Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02286
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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By E. R. Waite, Secretary, Shawnee, Okla., Board of
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Total of 22 Cars Shipped From That Commerce.
I II I Wall'Brlllll'h' Ships ;;>(O) tarn :Mel- ,

Point Peppers Lp to Wcdnesdav Coming In.Night r Amundsen 1yw I II THAT modern business concerns make advertising an Railroad'Paul 1 I' nns 1.11111"I : 1.1I"le\: 22 Lars Corn ; Starke p
( urn mill roinnto; Hump-
important part of their business because- they
Ion Shipment l h\ Express:: Total! 3
During the past week a total of long ago found that reaching the people I ('urs.I liI

twelve refrigerator: cars of sweet through the printed page was the one sine way I _

corn were shipped from Lawtey, as of securing satisfactory business. I F"i. the week! ending Wednesday

well as large quantities going out : i ':lit tlu movement of melons, corn,
THAT worth-while and turnover
profits rapid comes ,
daily by- express. The average price ttini itoi. s, linui beans and other pro-
to those concerns who truthfully and persistently du,',. Hum the \
paid the growers during last week at I ,points on Vanne.II. *
the platform was $1.50 per crate, advertise ouality. l btmrh, mill Starke Lnwtoy and

while consigned shipments to the THAT advertisements are lights that everyone- sees. llnng0un' tot II IIl..1 MS! cars Tills

:New- Turk markets brought from They appeal to all and have the power that I motenicut lines, nut include the ox-

$3..7to: :S 1 1.25 a crate gross. One of I creates a desire to buy. 1'\" '-s xhipiiuMits made from other
the laiKtt single shipments made I Points in tlio county ti" neinby points.'
was 1D7) rates shipped by Dr. G. W. I IBioun THAT in these days of Keen competition, only those lit llu'I total number of cars .hipl'i -

netting him $2.20 per crate. I : concerns who concentrate on better advertis- + 'il, points' on tinannee branch

:Sduy[, the movement of corn n ing have steady, increasing sales. *'. ,t i'l' Mnke: eontrbmitedo, ( cars of

staiu I 'in earnest, eight refrigerator 1\11011"I The Hrookcr section Is the
cm i i1 :181:! crates each being loaded.< < THAT persistently advertised products have been : ln'pe"t iiu'Ion pioduciiiK center of
Tuc-dny six refrigerator cars were I found a represented which has resulted in repeat ; 1 i1 Ii, county, tins being one of their

loaded, with 2300 crates, the prices | : orders galore. inn,n raps The acreage through

fur the two days paid at the platform I I I'' IN ADVERTISING, business concerns should not the western pint ot the county is tho

being, $1.3.j to 150. I mince words ; they should' not dilly-dally ; they largest in years', and growers are ra-

\Vidnesday the shipments dropped i urocari 1 I, should speak straight from the shoulder. 1 x+ocwrrsl l'pIInIC l goad l ,prices.InwteN .
to two refrigerator cars, with m- -- -" ,5 shipments were almost *n- t
di"'tl""s of heavy shipments the latter I I I ADVERTISERS should tell the world cold facts. That Paul "I'n.h'-on., second iiSHt. tlitlx of mm, :Jil refrigerator! ears! +

part( of this week as the coin mature Captain Roald AniumUen veteran i is the kind of language they understand. It 1'I"t-\latc: : General who is resigning I with nn average of SKI crates to the
I Norwegian explorer thrilled\ the ear,, moved, during days ending ,
the wore (five -
11'ifrom the :New- York to manage now air
world May' 21, when he "hoppedofT" makes buyers: sit up and take notice. ,
markets Thursday morning reported, in an airplane from Kings I trailml) line, capitalized. for Wednesday night The express
sales t ioii $3.75 to $ tOO per crate. Bay, Spitzbcrgon for the North TIlE driving force of advertising drives business in. JIO.000,000) mill l which will I Immediately imnoment\< for the first three days of ry

Flatfoi' ,in, prices Wednesday and! Pole-a distance of 700 miles 01 8 i I establish[ an O\'llIIlCht I this week of peppers, beans and tomatoes

Thu, -clay' ranged from $1.33: to $1.85, j hours flying time. Two planes I service between both Chicago and NewYorkcarrying and was estimated as ono exploits

an "1'lIngto, quality. Shipments by were in the expedition. !! passengers freight I cur.1'hl'ee .
solid cars of tomatoes
expic of truck was estimated atone were
i/m'. Telephone reports Thursday Sf.MiKK SCHOOL DISIIUCTOIKS Congressman Lex Green Returns I I' i shipped. during the week from Starke '

estimated the movement for the dayat \ FUll TI)111.1.; TAX II I' (.KOUl.liS) : IIASKKT!' : I'll:NIC' '. n nil three refrigerator cars of corn. 1The :
A <.KIU': SUCCESS': : The for week
not I k-- than four cars. express shipments the '
Majority Vote Cast for Annexing From Shriners California Tourlell I
The Lawtey movement for five days i' I of corn, tomatoes mid beans totalled I
ending Wednesday night was 21 lefi Additional Territory lo 1 his District.At union ford Present. express shipments for the week
'iterator cars./ Open express ship- California Made: I
\ of Impression
numtor three days of this week of the sub-school district election \ .- -- I I"front i Hampton insisted{ of three
Upon Him-I'roud of I lorida. The Stai'ke Growers' Association i care of beans and tomatoes. The
berm- other
peppers and vegetables, held Tuesday for District 3 (Starku) ,
1 cat. Express shipments! for last G. W. Alderman, J. F. Kickliter and !picnic scheduled last Friday at the 1 1I moM'inunt of vegetables. for the sea-

three days of past week were not se- D. E. :Knight were elected trustees, Congressman 1t. A. Green returned I Nelly schoolhouse, west of Starke'l)I sun from this point was placed at I .

cuiut and a tax of ten mills was voted for last Friday from the :Shrine pilgrimage 'proved a great success, both in.OOO rules! In Express Agent. a
The to the Pacific Coast, he being tendance by farmers and their families lI"u".r. 'r"
-weet corn crop of the county, school purposes for the district.
and c-peiially: through the Lawtey It was also voted to annex the following one of the party of Morocco ..r= and the great Interest shown by I II I'1\111.( !'--' 1)'N1'1'ItIJJt-----: '
weeks in the the addresses made by' spt'nk-
bhriners two them in
s u''n i long famed for its productionof territory to Diituct 3: East ,' IRfCKS
I iMuk t ,I crops>f all kinds, is the best half sections 12 and 13, township 7 Far \\est. One of the amusing features ers' from tho University and also 10 CKSO.NVJLLKI. i,

known for yearn. Growers have froma south, range 21 east; west half sec of the trip was the paradein 'Y : from Hla rke. II I. K, Douglas one of the well-to-d'J 1 ,
-mull patch to as ITgh: as fifty tions T and 18, township 7 south, Los Angeles, where the bhrmers, i" : Cars WI'I'l'I1'u'lIlell\ to fuinishtuinspoitatiim farmers of Union county, brings his

Bin.- planted to sweet corn around lange 22 east. .., when Calif orniq'p/ famed sunshmu I ; tu the picnic' mounds produce from near Lake Butler to
Lavvtev, mostly of the Snowflake( va- failed to materialize and they were (from Starko and other points, and. Jacksonville' to sell. Ito makes about i

riety. The Snowflake, a large, well- STILL (',\p'l'a.nEU INSTATE I met by a downpour ot ruin, paradedthe : well hul'ori' the noon hour the as-I j Iwo trips a week and thu distance

formed <'ltr. has a fine flavor and is FAKM PASTURE I streets! in bathing suits. r ,ar 1 numbly showed the farmers hud j'I from his farm to Jacksonville is about ,

in -tio-iy!; demand by the Northern Florida was kept in the limcligiit caught the spirit of the organization fifty miles. He goes acress Union -
Sheriff Epperson Deputies BaUden for instructive talks
maiketi, bringing a much better throughout the entire trip of the I and WI'thero\ county and strikes the Lake City
price than the smaller varieties of : and Volley Reddish captured a 00- Morocco Shrine Special), and every 1 und a general good time highway at OluMtee nnd then ho has a t
gallon still last week in CatTail Prescott made fine address -
Pcrsident n
sweet com One of the finest looking' copper city visited en route was made; to splendid hard, 1'011(1> ,| into the city. Ha
Bay) in the big pasture of the of welcome to all, and. than In-
fields of corn is a small 2-acre tract feel the presence of the Flundiuns,. was here Friday and brought in a rtruck
State Farm east of the stockade. The fine adI1I,1
rit idc'Mt Pifscolt made a -
ow lied l hy J. T. Moore in the town, the Every member of the caravan cairud loud of rousting ears., tomatoes,
shiners' apparently, thought they hada I"l, in 11'I' pleasant manner, ,
stalks being so tall that one of the a supply of Florida: business cards, inhlniKc, eggs and chickens, for whichho I '
permanent institution, as brick Mi I d i. M: Inninn, whom he said need- j..
durkies t engaged: : in cutting the corn each bearing a map of the state, the I received a good price Ho snyithoic
were used in the construction of the he well
d introduction, as was '
i no *Fl
!said he had to use spurs to climb the furnace name of the bearer, information pertaining i II I I in more money in raising produce "
and coal was used for fuel. known from Japan to Starke, and
stnlk and reach the state's and find. bringing It in In Jackson-
topmost ears. i to the resources ,
The small: details for making shine then '
The loading platforms are piled i the words, "No Income Tax, No Inheiitance ,- I some. v'illii. than there is in growing corn or
were not overlooked the color- .I
Mi. Inmost made pleasingaddress
high with corn awaiting packing in Tax, No Snow." The cards a very otton for the market However ha
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ing giving a respectable bringing out In a very strong
refrigerator cars and top-icing from were liberally distributed whenever has in quite an acreage of corn for
in the look being among the arti- <<< iKres man K MCM Green manner the great need of effort to Iconic Ills
until he makes
earl morning the last cles the train stopped and each leupieiitwas .. use. ready money .
the The
destroyed by -
car i loaded for the night freight. invited to visit Florida! and. see - make u success I m any on about live acres of truck with poultry .
still was brought to Starke and the land and others 1 At 12 noon the baskets were opened .
The I injojod thorn Hide line.
cars are placed on the sidings for himself or herself the opportunities as a -Union.
barrels of mash destroyed. Althoughthe immensely. and the contents piled on the
with full bunkers of after |
ice, and here. The spirit of boosting -
still had been operated recently, tables feet ll\Mv I OP ril'AKIvK:
the carreceives its full quota of corn thoroughly imbued every memberof !Jut the most impressive of all tables. The were 100 long
it was deserted during the raid and and such eight of good I eats is rare ZINNIA SHOW
happenings of a
more ire is broken: in big chunks and the caravan and that fact was fav- our trip was our lInt
no arrests have as yet been made night in Los ly seen. No matter if you had Just
Angeles when
thrown over the top layer of crates. -- --- orably impressed upon the people with the great would 1 hur.d.IY, July 2nd, \iiiinoncrd A* F
This method of top-icing places the C1IAMUEK: COMMERCE: ; whom the bhrmers came in contact. Shrine and electrical parade was ;; risen from a good dinner you lI11telll'lilChtCulrfair Planned'

corn m the Northern markets as HOLDS UANQL'ET(. : Speaking of the trip, Congressman held at the Coliseum. It is a groat ', have been anxious to partake of Good the '
fresh as the day it was loaded. The Green 'said. : round, roofless theatre and on this I great feast before you that day. The Bank of Starke has sent out t

water from the melting: ice in the Interior The bnnquest held by the Chamberof "Surely had wonderful occasion it is estimated that far over ,i| cheer abounded everywhere. : |letters to tho contestants announcing
i of the car runs down through Commerce on Friday evening, June the we a trip 100,000 persons thronged it., About ;, Mr. L. M. Rhodes! Commissioner (that the Zinnia Show will be given at ..4
the tier of crates, keeping the corn 12th, was a success from every stand- across Jacksonville continent.stretched Upon leaving ::100,000 red-fezed Shriners passed in i'I of the Florida State Marketing Bureau : ,the Woman's Club, in Starke at :.1
cold and damp. This is the only point. The banquet was in honor of we across review of this vast audience. As the i, made an address that only Mr. I o'clock p. m., Thursday, July 2nd.
method yet devised which will keep the Bradford County Legislators whoso northern Alabama portion of our great state to mighty electric lights were thrown |'I I i !Rhodes cnn make, which was highlyappreciated The filers of tho Dunk of Starke
Louisanna. ;
Mississippi and
the corn from heating! impairing its ably represented the people at the We received on their gogeous/ uniforms and bright by the attentive audience urn planning to make tho Zinnia show

quality and resulting in low prices to last session of the legislature. All the Shriners were at New most Orleans cordially and after by. trumpets, the rapshody was too Mr. Rhodes laid great stress on organization fine, of the most pleasing of the many
gi'owers. the good things one could desire to greet to really be conceived by the and cooperation to bring I delightful, affairs held at then Wo "
!Lawt'y's reputation as a shipping eat was prepared by the Womans' lunch they showed us over their eye of man. To me the prettiest of all 'the best results to the farmer. j man's Club.

(renter for truck products, and especially Club members, and was served In a I interesting city, including its forty in this parade were the Morocco !Mr. !Mehrhnf, of the Poultry Department Out of town Judges will Iiu selected
blocks of wharves.
her handling the majority of the manner fit for kings. Incidentally we I'emplo,) hey, coming( from tho land of the University nt Gaines-1 1\I(to award the throe (prizes that have
com crop of the county in such a After all had been well fed the learned that it was the second largest of sunshine and flowers and wearing vile, made the next address, which |been' offered, and Major Floyd of the
shipping in the United
satisfactory manner to the growers, eloquent Mr. G. M. Inman, the toast- States. port the now white tuxedoes. "And a Lit- I was full of good points to the poulI I(College:; of Agriculture, University of

i iR resulting in trucks and teams from master, called on the Mayor, C. L. rig ( hild Led Them" It was little try raiser rind he also answered '' J j Florida, will milk! nn address on Yard 1
adjon"injf counties hauling there, as Peek for an address of welcome. Other "Upon leaving New Orleans wt four-year old Jenn Hitchcock, Moro-I many questions from tho audience, In' I and highway' Ileautification Other
well as from practically every sectionof speakers were the honor guests crossed the fertile plains of Louis ..fl'" sweetheart As the Florida band a most pleasing and satisfactory manI features I[ will probably be added to the

Bradford county. Her streets Senator D. E. Knight, Representative anna and Texas to San Antonio[ blasted forth from their trumpets: I nc'i Irll..rrllln.1) Refreshment will be served

arum' ..d the depot are crowded with E.: M. Johns, Judge Adkins, Rev.A. where we were received by their Dixie, Suwannce River and other ,, The next address was mode by .
E. Dunham.Mr. Temple with that genuine hospitalitythat nlrs, Mr. lirown, of tho Dairy Department
vehicles of all kinds, from the family deafening applause rang While the prizes ore offered only
flnvor to the huge trucks, all [loaded Milton E. Bacon of Jackson- I is found in Old Dixie only. On throughout the audience, and as they 1 ,nf the University of Florida, whirl I f for the hest exhibits of 7.1'minis Mr. Id 1:!,

to npacitv with produce. ville had been invited to make an ad- leaving here we crossed the great ,' passed by a continuous rising honor ,: was full of interest. Ho stressed. the S. Matthews, president of tho Bank of

dress on the occasion, and he delighted Prairie lands of Texas, and to see, wave swept the entire oudlenro. I useof permanent postures and. he, :Starke, says that it will bo u line opportunity ,
:Making/ Recordith Peppers his hearers with a well prepared as far as the eye can reach the white- was proud of our boys and my heart Ion, answered many questions to the ;f for tho Indies of Starke to r

Peppers, of a size and tendernessthat speech. faced cattle leisurely grazing answers throbbed with content In realizing pleasure of those present. 1 makn a showing of what they can don

putthe South Florida products The attendance at this second ban the question why the United that I am a native son of Florida." A rising vote of thanks. wax given i | the way of growing other kinds of

tnh inie, are coming' in in largo I quet given the members of the organization States ill a great meat producer. -- each speaker at tho close of his address [I (flowers. "In fart. I thing It would! bea
curd ?is. Some of the finest noted ont numbered one hundred and Then came the spell of the desert of I'LXNF loirORtRILY: CLOSEDThe : Everybody had a !good time, I I capital idea" scud, Mr. Matthews,

,. p'' itform' Tuesday were !grown I byI twenty-five. Western Texas, Arizona and Southern and. a pleasant community spirit 'for the ladies to turn this Into a big

George Tolem, colored, \of Saxton. California. dropping of a cake of ice as It vailed. pre-I'j flower show There will probably baa
Coleman has three-quarters of an I \KEIJ COUNTY F.VKMERSIN "Although California must build was being lifted from the tank Tuesday If your arc a farmer holp boost I number of out of town guests at the

acre planted and has gathered to date FOR COTTON, her lands and water them and her ,it the local plant, broke the ammonia Bradford county and help boost Starke : show and it would bo line for them to

20 crater, netting him $2.00 each. He I Eph Thomas,-one of the leading! vast population from the reservoirsin pipes underneath, necessitating and help yourself by joining the ;take Away with them a good impression -
has estimated his from the closing down of tho plant for Starke Growers'. Association I
this the
crop farmers of Baker county who livesa snow clad mountains, she of the possibilities! of floriculture ,
small patch at 200 crates, and buyers ; Manning, spent Friday, in Jackson-I holds out to the world all the interest I three or four days. The big freezingtank Next meeting Saturday June 27th': t In Bradford County." b
confirm his will have to be the courthouse at 3 ,
statement adding that ville on business "Farmers of Baker l"'and variation that you have beard emptied of Its at p. m.HUDSON --
there will be at least 200 crates ready I about. I was not disappointed, but brim before repairs can be made, but -- I.-Cjl I IN COUNTY Jl'DGK'S': ; WIT
county are going to raise bit
quite a I ) ; TURNS
for shipping before the price drops rather more favorably impressedwith Ir.'all will continue to serve his Last Friday the i case of Zack Anders
to where it will not be profitable. I I of cotton this year, Mr. Thomas California i 1 pair',ms from a reserve nupply. OVhK<< : ON Jltr.IIW.\Y. and Jeff Johns, charged with
stated. He said the boll weevil does 1 "
1 Tuesday afternoon two Jacksonville I|having! Intoxicutinlli'luor in their'
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: not worry the farmers as it did a few "Los Angeles the city in which our ADDITIONAL NAMES men driving a Hudson roach heard
I j possession, was for second
MEETS FRIDAY NIGHT years ago. Baker county now has a Imperial Council met, is probably I ON COUNTY r PACK through to Gainesville, wero shaken I(time, the first. resulting. In a mistrial
wide-awake agricultural I the most majestic and interesting'
who several
agent up and the driver suffered
The regular semi-monthly meeting/ understands thoroughly the weevil I city in the world. Its thriving business I| Names added to the subscribers'for cuts on hU arm from broken glass was were fined found' $200 guilty and by costs Jury and Anders 80-

of the Bradford county chamber of elimination method and is making centers, large amphitheatres the weekly advertising page covering when the car overturned on the highway ,days in default of fine, and additionalfive
commerce will be held tonight at the trips over the county Instructing the I and show houses probably are unsurpassed Bradford County and its products, a short distance north of Starke. I|! months.; Johns received a fine of

courthouse. Considerable businesswill farmers how to get rid, of this cotton- Yes, Hollywood and Bev- now making Its third appearance this The driver applied the brakes to j$100, and costs and 30 sentencewas
be transacted at this meeting, destroying bug. "The cotton this I erly Hills are there. The studios blocked : ;
crop I were week, Include the following! / well- pass a truck which partially cut to f\va\ days imprisonment,
and each member is asked to be pres. year will be above the average :Mr. opened for our inspection and ap known Lawtey citizens snd business the road, resulting in the car skidding .- ,I Anders accepted the jail sentence In

ent. Thomas stated-Jacksonville '; proval. It was my pleasure to meet houses : L. H. Rill J. L. Harrell and on the slippery road and turnIng ;preference to tine.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Matthews and Union. Tlme'-I' and talk with a few of my favorite SonkJ. T. and J. II. Moore, Lawtey round before landing on Its I i
daughter Miss Lila of movie stars, among them being Buck State Bank, W. E. Torode. These side In the ditch. The injured man Mrs. Laura Powell and Mrs. Lacy'
of, Col Alachua. were Walter Wills, Gary Ennis Jones, a real mart, Tom Mix, Mar- ,gentlemen are all boosters for their had his cuts dressed at the office of Powell' have gone to Newton and
guests and
Mrs. D. E. ter :Miss : Ennis
last Monday. Knight Margaret spent Tues- garet Livingston, very graceful and county and lend every effort they canto Dr. Bigg before returning their Winston-Salem, N. C. to spend the

day in Jacksonville. charming, Mary Pickford, Ruth Ro- lit advancement. .- journey to Gainesville. J i remainder of the summer- '.- -

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withstand what frosts we
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:;; : may have and are a sure crop.
rirn-v attention( to the fact, I' .
wish .
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that the dale'> greatest institution k : \ BEANS

t th" Pta!= '- Prison Farm hail most of .. ... _. > '"":r ,.. : : I Snap beans, butter beans and several

R ''tJ )Tnnds In Bradford county, altninch .... 0'r other kinds are sent away from
the building* are in our sis .
ter o"'mtUnilln.. Some! 18 or M .,:, here in large quantities. They are I
the state decided to haven : easy to grow and yield heavily
ron n2n ..r I
penitentiary, n big! farm where BEETS
e.,4'r'; as were not ''ell lid out I
npn'ininnvlets has ceased since This! Is one of the early crops. The.

then Io', ,<'l1 many are used for( beets grow well here. They are shipped I
tii- marl work could stay and raise in large crates, tops and all, to
p n-Tirulfural rrodacts. A pornmtsslonrf "" Northern and South Florida points,

cnpabTff of choosing land
men.' I
i hnf nns'vpred the scvernl reqnirem"F' SWEET CORN

I '. wn apnofntpd. These men Sweet corn is a quick and sure crop"
"vnre put iinon helr honor to make a coming in during the middle of May
i f VrH, sMectlon.Severn and lasting until July. Large quantities -
t :: oft tho rourtles where the are shipped and much consumed

rnnl estnto olrmorit was powerful, at home.
lilt nil they i-nuJd to rapture the
r>Hf ni would *>* *n<> beat land "dortienrnept TOMATOES

.. !ImA f They grow very
'j ,o""mi.' l"ti! had examined every ( and are becoming more and
""" 1'. it de'-'ded! on a location in truck Theyare
more popular as a crop.
northern. Bradford" county; T7500) grown more extensively than any
nape were acquired and the "Stat other export product. The first are
Farm" camp into existence. The *,o1! yt ready for shipment about the middleof
v a.. good, th* drainage facilities ffifeTS May.
sntisfactorv and the climate healthful.
Daring Its 15 yea!"! existence the IRISH POTATOES
farm has prospered' to an extent never

dreamed! of by Its promoters.' t i i-h Prtto! :: 1 Held Near-; :Mark; IC ,'iirtny Perk H Son) "Spuds"and are generally ready to planted be shipped 1 in
Thousands of acres have been put January are

tinder rultlvnMon and all kinds if) to Impart to the syrup .< d 1 -,n.. :-re"- : < ,'. cd<] :an I used as hay, but g n'hey about the latter part of ApI'01'\!
provision and vegetable crops, are able flavor. The Syrup ,i- --implv, II II are left in situs for the early In May Good prices are paid'
trrown; beef pork, eggs( ( milk andnonltrv. clous. What i ic not M "I< 1 ,in, the h'ini', 1.Ir.1. Supplemented with for them and they are n prnf1ta'I"t'1'Op

ns well as syrup, are nrodnrorl of the farmers is put in rung or bar \ '-' 1 I' ii\ i 1 1wect potatoes, peanuts although the yield I.. nrol.o
In abundance, making the rels and sold but very little uf 't e'1 '.I'M'. :,. ...th-ime pork in. a short time. heavy, because! the varieties desiredin i,
4 farm "olf-sustnlnlng nt 'least as to ever finds its wnv to other states. The peanut (is also n soil Improver. the markets are not prolific. The
fond! Tt has had the good lurk of al- Sugar canes arc kept (, ,r sale in the more prolific kinds planted. for home

wars >icinir, In charge of nble' agriculturists store! in the fall, and all ar chewing i j COWPEAS use, yield enormously.

+ unit Is I regarded as the "show cane then. Several carloads of ''i The cowpea is an humble member! CABRACE(:
01111'''" of the state with its well cane are sent tn Atlnnta from Stark -. of. the bean family but a very im-
/filled horns end silos, fat animals'! of every fall, and rood profit are real't one. It will grow on new, Cabbage grown here Is better flavored
the b-"t t "rndes, and its batteries of ized. land, if not too wet and no soil and more tender than any found
//t/ modern' Implements. The state Isnrnud + / .air poor for it. It wants no fertl- elsewhere. Honds weighing from ton
rf, Its choice! and no one will SWEET POTATOES fir, hut instead enriches the land to twelve pounds are common; sometimes -
d' "ih+ the capabilities( of our soil after Many varieties of sweet potatoes, S 'e1 th '1' decaying, deep-going roots they reach a weight of from 13
having seen this place or yams have been grown here hut I* any he planted In rows and cultli !- to 20 pounds. Cabbage growing is on
A the mirtiose of this page .is to the Porto Rico yam Is now plantedalmost ,a '. -.- I or sown broadcast.. In the 1st- the increase here and large quantitiesare
n'"rtl-p' Bradford county wo do not exclusively. This crop is the I- '. r HIMit Is cut with the mower, and sent away every spring.
nnolo-rl/e' for our digression. We easiest of all to grew and never fnlls : v 'th the rriibgrass that grows along The products named above are the
WI1'!' now turn to our products. In the spring the yams are bedded a + '* v. th 'it, make excellent hay. The principal ones groan for the market.In .

CORN closely In rich soil and the "drawn" 'I j ." '! '< used on every table during the smaller quantities we also send
that spring up are set out. The vme" < -'ininier and is a mush valued dish. cucumbers, squash, carrots, lettuce
Here, elsewhere In the country,
ns !grow to great lengths 1 and are rut into ": '.i'i t'mes as mnnv n*. four crops of turnips, okra, peppers) onions, canta-
the farm
ii product.All
nrn principal
piece and stuck into hlfh( bed"r, v ''M" 3 are" grown on the same !and loupes rind watermelons. The In- t
"acknowledge the com, for when the rain -.m, For building named grow to large size in thi,
ridges, as noon as summer year. up Impov- very
have it have nlso meal
We grits,
we t'nme. The eyes. of the vines put forth -hoil oil it has no equal. county.
beet milk and
pork, eggs
tubers. and th.ground .
roots, later forming .
Corn is planted here from the middle t VELVET DEANS STRAWBERRIES
well covered with
of February to the middle of April. Is soon so
The. yield i with the deep breaking upI vines till no weeds can grow. :Most. farmers plant velvet beans Certain places In Florida have become -
i ,i.f the' Boil tood! > drainage, fertilizing The tubers are harvested late ,in t 1, lit hcof. fattening. They are plantedthe known as the centers of production -
r and "r.ircful tillage now in vogue, is the fall and those intended for table .' I '' field in the summer, the of certain crops! -Hastings for
I } from ;13! > to ill) l bushel,". and sometimes use and stork feed are put In the '.mtincr. being timed so that the potatoes, Sanford for celery, Coleman] '
I more' per' acre. Buside.i the cars, the ground in control pile, covered with I I. an will not mature hefore the for cabbage Eushnell for bear.-, .
r leaven are also made use of. They are board and bark, wth earth on tin i n ,is gathered. The cattle are then Both as to climate and soil Bradford!
) pulled! ,I off al'lcr the corn ii dented top. These extemnnre cellars ir .t '-ic, I in and revel in plenty of nu- county would be as productive of the
.111,1,,1 t this "f'uliler"' in greatly rellahedb called "bank"." and keep theIr en- t -' ", beans and their leaves, as several commodities mentioned, aa
hornep and mules. The corn Is tent. sound for many months. The -' Trasses and herbs. The anii" these centers. They each originated

bt ft t to dry on the stalks, then placedin surplus tubers are "old to b-iyor- :" I quieklv' fatten and the beef can because one or two men started
t liirht barns, and sometimes. expos- who hlp to the North and to 'oiithFlorida. he told from the Western duction and had the skill to grow PI"I. I
I I <"l I t" f M miof. chemicals, to kill the A brisk f"v'' I"Oso' earned nrnduced artirle.! The velvet the luck to market well. Othr-r.
I t in" ,, 'iini'nt weevils on In "draws" and vine with point- *h' n ;'s another valuable soil enrlcher. stimulated by the evamolf mnd.,1,

!: I l.ittlc or no Turn is exported but in Florida, Georgia and, Alabama. soli' trial and succeeded. Soon the inI lutrv i--
H, cord nt home as food! for man and p BROOM: CORN grew to great proportions, tv!

In" nft.! OATS B nuni corn is grown! here to a various problems wore studied' 11I'1 1
solved' nnd
Rome onts. are gr .".vn by moat slaw'! extent, hut its yield has been co-operation r-n< !l-> ih"
buyipwf I Ifertlllp
COTTON farmer for horse feed. It Is planted Field of Corn Near Hampton fiH-'Hirn.iing! nnd' it is only I u question ,.. ernres, |iiv>','.'"v>"t" 'r'd)
'I' Si-a inland, or long staple, cotton in the fall and harvested, in the early of time when there will be big fields on n hip oral| pl| wa-i' fornn-rly, grown in great quantlt'e summer. It Is cut before fully ripe of it In Bradford county. economical and the sell!,11-- of ihe J
I III tin- aunty, and was then almost tied Into bundles and fed (in that manner try and makes an excellent feed for Those described above the produce safe and profitable.In .

the only money crop. But for the animal. eating the straw as. hart animals. but M mldom used fur staple farm crops. Grown less are generally like manner Starke and! T.nwtfv
HI".fiul" rcasonx it ceased! to be profitulilc well the heads. Where the ground that purpose. have become two of the
as are rye, sor 'hum. rape, millet strnwbenventers "
wit t the iicrvage was reduced has been well prepared, the yield is PEANUTS and ehufl1i'. of this state, the 'bird bring!
t "Mr after yenr. At last came the a* heavy as anywhere. Plant Pit-. The in Mt<"UT.-ii: .,n of r rr\
:Mi boll This i ii, a by
MI-BII weevil and put an ef- crop grown every growing
win n blessing for tho
f'itiM(< itop' to the production. RICK: farmer, us it is the must easily produced Truck Crops time, about 1884, eastern Bradford a'

k Y Tin. ,\ ear it was thought safe to On every farm a patch of rice Is means of hog: fattening to be county, on account of Imperfect

r-'Ina"ttnn growing to some ex.I generally to be found. As rice loves had here. Peanuts are planted Infields drainage, was not well suited for other
tent, it thought the weevils
us vn<
moisture, low portions of the fields to themselves the of TEAS crops. But the strawberry liked "
hail, wholly or partially suffered or on tope
extrvrniti'ition -
are used. It yields heavily and is a The the stiff, clammy soil, and Bradford,
"Engli h"or garden
from lack of food and r.ru rid.. es or between them. Some. peas are
sure crop. It i is !generally hulled at planted late Ir the fall and county strawberries soon began to ''jo
the high u-es expected would make are ready
pi It t.m.-i ..h.'Ine" with the pods attach- sought for In the
I-M'n,, half a crop profitable. home for the tab'i is fed to poul- for gathering in January. They yieldrTi The growers organized Northern and markets.

Sea i-l.md. ,cotton is a commodity during
that the world, cannot well do with ,."" .- .. + ( ;' ... j, shipping season-from February
"'T : _, till May-a dozen or more buyers for'
out.! The cotton grown here has longer ; J---. -7t fO..' Northern commission houses )
JI'7 -
lilinthan that produced in Egypt, .. bidding for berries were
and! I is m much and demand manufacturers by textilemillpinnrrs of : : : ;, ; :;i : form.. The growers at prospered the tntion ,pint-! flu- I

) land was settled up bv snn" hold' )r- ,
H'lttimobile tires. When some way of ; who ,
wh'.lly}, exterminating the boll weevil nothinccKo..

h.-n l been(' dNi-overed, the cotton will r' : In course of time It was nrovod that
I 1",",,"me, one of our most profitable 4 h changes had taken place that would

I I irops" I the store so because it is not allow the growing of tm"k. come

penohabli ttnl".) ran, therefore, be profitable and I less exacting nIItmwher1'f"
ki'ot- o\ir I ,if 'he prices are not favorable .. It wa. hnrd tar the
1 or u-i-1 1 as collateral. for money growers. to get out of the established,)

,1( I, mis L rut, but it was finally done. The b.--rv
t- if4' ,
:'.t i SIT.AU CANE;'; jdyr-v-f-cv x f'sVai' > <* f* Ju > r i -.''STV of acreage former' has year.decreased; but still much it from is ronsiderable that
This king, of the .grasses is grown e ti .1 enough to bring the cro-w-
on every farm, though seldom to any I ers of Lawtey. !Starke': and Hampton

''I i grant extent The cultivation la easy, nearly half a million dollars. yearly,
and. its 1\\"", ,,hint root system allows while other, small
y it to lind, nourishment even if the also shipping polnt
1 i ground i" not. fertilized. On every reap profits from the herrle
farm of more than ten acres are Besides the berries, strawberry

found n mill where the juice of the plants are also sent from the county

cane is squeezed out between rollers, extensively mostly to
and a furnace and kettle, where it Ishoili'd Florida
I down Into syrup, and sometimes -
? Into sugar. "**3 Strawberry plants are set from
Those who come to Florida from July to October. The
other _xtnte will her. tote real syrup varieties! are the
; for the first time. Syrup making is a Missionary and the Klondvke. The
I fine art and is handed down from first berries to mature come In about

' 4 father to .on. Bradford county cane Christmas, the height of the ship
is very high in tncchnrine contents, Kradford ('ount Strawberry Farm; ourtety. l'fk A Snnt ping season Is In March and
and there is nothing in the soil here April
I r and the end In May.

'. 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:


i C. L. PEEK & SON, Real Estate J, W. WHITE & SON DcWITT C. JONES. Hardware E. H. SMITH
J. H. and J. T.


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-,\ HOW'S I t ,,..,('tles in this section, is just begin- marketing and it is planned to holdan

RU.L'I C4T.initU \ lung tl> appear on the market und exhibit of the feint and its pro
Newt Florida in Short Paragraph I I do what we claim for it- < I at all tilnesTHk while Santa Rosa! county's gardens ducts.

...-.... ... of Catarrh or Dvu'.nw: are. young, not having yet reached the
-- -'-'-" --" ', Catarrh '
age' of commercial production, there $3tWO.nno For UnOOcres
i slata of an Ointment Mill will be thousands of quarts marketed Monticello, June 1(1.-Where real
[L.Live State News J j I P..ileV8a! the catarrhal, ;{ LASTS \ here this season. i estate transactions in South and Central .
tV? Internal Medlrlnd. a
jtfl through, the Blond i :Most of the plants in this tel'l'itoryIII' Florida concern mall tracts oC
..+wwr..a_.. rrrr.r..r... ..r.rw. I Surfaces thus restoring only 1 two or threw years old and acreage and. 1 single lots the boom rev
:"nol.l. y r, while they begin bearing within cently launched 1 in north and west
Told by Our Exchange *:.'J.by Chaoe druggists* Co.for. T'oi { tlfti'on months after having been set Florida Is involving hundreds of

I y out, they do not reach their maximum thousands of acres und! millions Of
I lit, K.' an production until live to seven yearsof dollars! Probably the largest real
I way to Stuart and for Q litre. The plants in Santa Rosa this estate" transaction ever consumateii

Cedar Keys-The county commls- s support of the claim, the newspaper country and back "i-ason are loaded with berries \howor in Florida is now being negotiated
s.iners: of Levy county have just j pointed out President S. Davies War- < \ with every Indication that the :Miami interests having deposited
--M- $1,510,000 worth of bonds. The I field on a recent visit did not deny $60,000 For Street I, > u'kl 1 will be far in excess of that of :fooon with a bank in Gainesvillei i

entire amount will be used for that an extension has been arrangedand Monticello, June a last year. i while \papers are being executed for

ing good roads in the county. bUild-I a location agreed upon for a passenger one of the few towns the transfer of 433,000( acres in Gadxden M
station. ida without paved I (loom in Pensacola Jackson and Jefferson counties.
Cedar Keys Cedar Keys ing to remedy that After eating or
over I
the top for city bonds large property owners will go Writ .y> fremhVna the moat Pvnsacola, June 15.-The Ponsa- The purchase' price is $5,000,01)0.)
by a majority
Tallahassee-Governor Martin has coin over the northern and western
section is
and nreewna the breath, beginning to feel the
June 16
there being nineteen dissenting Tuesday, to
only approved the act of the 1925 legislature I! issue of $00,000 for I fietree are soothed,throat I* approach of the reel estate boom in sections thousands of acres are be.
votes. Proceeds of bonds will
be to require daily readings of the 1] Proposed bond issue is | refreshed and digestion aided progress; in South and North Florida ingtransferred and one of the )prlnclpal .
used for
sewerage, water works fo... to Uti link etlWRIGlEYS during the last two features in connection with the .M
and street Holy Bible in the public schools of issues by growing I' carry pa years and one of (
paving. Florida. Readings daily the first proposed projects involve deals in the fact that a majority of
once are required but it is just the
under provisions of the measure I : 11 $10,1)00,000) development normsRscambia the purchases are being made by
Archer-Archer watermelons have plans are to pave
but no sectarian comment is I Bay and within sight of South Florida' developers, Miami and
per- section first
forward averaging four I ness and
gone cars a mitted. Although teachers are required I the city by Charles A. Stevens anilNetley St. Petersburg appenr to be heavily
day for the week the :Simmons; and practicable after this
u II.a i'nted the .
L. E. Mills farms furnishing these to make monthly reports of the i,i is expected further Brown, of Chicago. Mr. Stevens | mining bujers.SUIISCItlllK
I readings no penalty is provided for has not announced the exact location
prize cars. The melons weighed on an ed to care for residence : TnTIIE'l'Eumt.l'lI
failure to comply with the law, the I' of the new property to be devel
of and after
average forty pounds brought t every mead I
:(; '
? oped.
senate having stricken that part of !
about a dollar and a half each. The j| Postal liecolpta -------I
Simmons farms will ship about fifty I the measure as it passed the lower Orlando, June 13.- Grape Growers to Meet No Worms In a Healthy Child tie
cars during seasonVashingtonOn. house at the Orlando boon the experience that the markers
All hUtlron
I imuhlnl" with Worm
1 have proved of great value. Orlando, Juno 13.-Grapo grower aa un .
I show that the city's healthy color whiih ImlUaiim iwnr. MINN!.nail aa a
\ account of the Madison-A deal of Importancewas tinuing steadily, the 1 Motorists), c-.pn'ially tourists, are throughout the state are rceeiMnir nit,,. there 1 I. moro or k.. Momnuh Utitturbaaca. t.
business of the Miami Fla., postofHce made when a local company was been approximately 12' deeply interested in Identifying the notices of the annual convention of' UKOVE3: TASlk.LES3.-hlH: I'OMC illvtn regularly N

having doubled since 1923, the post- I formed known as the Florida Bright 1 greater than during Ma ( I Ij territory though which they are the Florida Grapa Growers' Association lor two the or ilini-three.ilouai weeks">..l will aci. si rurli a Onvrnl'h the blood ritrrnutli Improve .
Tobacco Co. The firm has I traveling and chambers of to be held herq this month Members -
office department authorized the employment ,, bought the ,I commerce remit Tonic totheahulesystem. \Natunwdlthee
of seventy-six additional brick' warehouse formerlly!! owned by j I School lionds $ i engaged in niliertNitiir. their counties of the organization will discuss throw off or dUpa,! the worm,and thfChlhlllt\ ha
'the Florida Lakeland June 14. have learned that line markers angle of culture and" la health. Ploaiaut Seta
clerks effective July 1. The present I Manufacturing Cbmpany j I -- county every grape perfect eve per bottle.j(1

force comprises iifty-one clerks which 'and will operate a bright tobacco of four special tax form the viewpoint of publicity u u uuuu_ .
is augmented during tile winter sea- sales warehouse in this place for the county to the amount of lire worth to them far moro than I
with 1U2S There fully 2,500 been sold within the their cost of construction.
son auxiliary forces. crop. are acres [ i>I I'I
of bright tobacco in Madison and the j the county school board I I
Bartow-The second annual grape adjoining counties that will have -to which business men Postal Receipts Show His Increase 4

show of the Florida Grape Growers' be marketed in Florida and it is pro- f: a marked degree the 'i West I'alm Bench, June 15.-Posi I ,' -,,

Association is to be held now within posed to operate a warehouse in county and faith of \' |i tal receipts at the Went Palm Beach I Ii ., "
the next few weeks at Orlando j Madison for the Bale of all the loose ''future. For Winter postofllco during May were 53 per a
Hearty co-operation of all grape! j 1 j';'leaf offered in this part of Florida. j worth of the bonds brou ; I I I i cent (greater than during tho cOl're-1 When Batter Automobile Ar Built Buick Will Build Them ;
I $200,000 worth for sponding months in 1921, while
growers throughout the entire state i'| Inverness-Charter for the With- sold for $108.39, $ i order receipts showed an increase of ?l r 1 fse A (i

of Florida is requested to make the' lachoochee, Lecanto & Gulf Railroad Meade brought $LO."i.3l: I 170 per cent during the sumo period. No. 19
second annual event an overwhelming i i having been granted will open up a Lake Alfred were sold Stamp sale<- during the month
success. I I I desirable and highly productive sec 77,000 for Just ended. aggregated $11,0013 whileIn
.__ .. tion of this of May 10.1, four the total
portion the state. 1 n $10t3.( B. Nine bidders years ago,
St. I'etersburlt-Speed, sentenced connection with the tar products plant poaals was i only $5'i28.: Postal olllcials dos
to jail during the recent campaign I I to be established at Lecanto, which dare that stamp sales invariably I

of St. Petersburg police and Judge alone will be the means of bringing Transfers Total $ how within n few degrees the per-

W. F.Va)', of municipal court in at least 500 new people to this St. Augustine, June c-entngo of growth of a community.

against reckless driving and county during the next few months, tate transfers in and I
ing, will be released long speed-I and the incorporation of the town of tine during May ) Blueberries Attracting Attention
Lecanto, where the offices Milton, June 15.-West Florida's
go to church, it was decided at a con- for both OUU it is indicated by
the new railroad and the tar I new industry, something different
ference products revenue stamp bales I
of the city judge, police chief
plant will be located promises a big local postollice during From the usual run of thing, as .
and commissioners. future for Citrus county. is believed it is a new Florida goes, gives promise of huge "
section. Postmaster earnings within the next few years
Palatka-The new municipal swim- Gainesville its final presentments I represents only a small for the new crop, even at the hands I I r. '
ming pool and
amusement park pro- to the circuit court the grand actual real estate sales of amateurs, has been known to I I
vided the sale of bonds ,
by city was
jury recommended the *
present Ala- I month for the revenue produce as much as $6,000 per acre
formally opened to the public at 2
chun county courthouse be sold to the
o'clock June 8 by !Mayor Walter !\Ic-I used only on deeds and I annually.The Question : is
highest bidder and that a new und en product is the blueberry. The why
Nally. The is of many cases
swimming pool one larged structure be erected on an- raliblt the finest of the several ,
I final transfer of eye
the largest in the state and is supplied other site. Judge A. V. Long recommended a used Buick the
with a pure supply of water from { that the county commission Itlnxhant '
one of the city's artesian wells. There ers call an election of the Tallahassee Growing Old Too Fast?
qualified June t 14. best
are diving towers, spring hoards anda I voters to determine whether or not petus to the Teal estate next buy to a j':

bath house with approximately one the body should dispose of the site has struck Tallahassee I I

hundred dressing rooms. I and immediately select another. The mediate territory Many Starke Folk Feel Older an4 new Buick?

De Funlak Springs-An offer of a reasons given for the decision of the sixty days has been i Slower Than they bhou.d.: I

reward of $2,000 has thus far failed grand jury lire the present cramped I chase of the Governor A
to clear up the mystery of the disap- I I conditions of the offices of the coon tation by A. P. :
ty olllcials and the increase of the of the Corolina.J.<' Are weak tired all w-.rn-outl
perance of Lawrence Ward, 27, of you ,
Opp, Ala., who more than two weeks' business of many of the offices several Company. The Do you feel years older than other nswer: Because the cor-
ago left in his car with the intention | hundred per cent in the past year. chased almost solely folks of your age? Then look to you

of Joining a party of his hometown DeLand-The will of Lue Gim beauty, the contours, I kidneys! The kidneys arc the blood rectness of Buick design and the
friends who were enjoying a fishing Gong, noted Chinese-American having made it one of Alters and if they weaken,, the effect
horticulturist of this section for Is quickly felt. You hove ,'on stant
trip at what is known
as Bishop'slake who was awarded medalof r'I of Buick manufacture
a The abstract shows backache, headaches, diZ7.me and quality are not.
near Freeport, in Walton coun- distinction
by the United States '
troubles. You fuel inane still
federal urinary ,
ty, twenty-five miles. from this place. government for his work and experimental government and all out. Don't wait! altered '
i i accomplishments in the I the land in 1826 almost achy- played by use. A used Buick is a
Tampa-Gladys !McRne was In- grow of prominence In Use Doan's I'IIII-a stimulant iliuretii
stantly killed and her mother, Mrs. ing here of last citrus week fruit, and who died history have been to the kidneys. Read what this Starke better investment than .
Lillie McRae, was seriously injured was made public here. They include the Calls, resident says : many new
The estate, and orange grove, has an Chas. Crutchfield, farmer, : "I
at their home here by the same holt phia Biddies, the
of lightning. The shock threw Mrs. I estimated value of $40,000 and i ia Urndfordi, Shines, Earle can hardly describe the misery I endured cars of other makes. 'f l'
mortgaged for $6,000. As probated i in from lame back. When I lifted, I
McRae several feet and placed her in the Papyri, Stuckeya and
Volusiu county courts here, thewill it felt as though someone had stucka
delirious condition. She k
a was rushed I drawn several knife into buck. I was nearly "
to the Cook sanitarium where she years ago, gives To Erect County my
nine-tenths of Lue's estate to Mrs Clearwater, June past going. I got up at night to pass S 1
was reported to be apparently W. F. Reed of I the kidney secretions. Doan I'illl
Georgetown, Putnam is to
what Improved. some-I'( county. The other tenth Is divided Into county monuments at erect the from Turner's Drug Store, cured m.." LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY .
Price 60c. at all dealers. DDn'talmpll
three equal parts and awarded
Clearwater-A modern to three principal for J. M. Smith, Manager.Baker .
ask a kidney rt'mt'dY-jet
i' the First Baptist church of this city Pinellai and bids for
cost approximately $1,000,000 will he j"
Sir.Crntchneld .
'I Doan I Pills-the sam that Bradford
the Baptist church of North Adams tion will be opened at Columbia and Union Counties
erected during summer season I l had. Foiter-Milburn Co. _
Mass and the Y. -
M. C. A. of the
Ing of the board of
covering a frontage of 213 feet on :, same city. N sioners. County Mfr, Buffalo N. Y. When better automobiles; built, Uuick will builJ them ,
Fort Harrison avenue and 711!) feet on t I f
have been erected
Pierce street. The hotel will contain 1 Pensacola By showing markedaptitude I ties throughout the by.. ----- --' -- -- -- -y !

215 guest rooms and will be eight for his.. !military duties, n_ n '
I'' stories in height. Contract was let to IJHVV Alvarez, 01 jianora, near Lake _

A a St. Petersburg concern and prepa- rank Butler of Las been promoted to the Down He L WHERE IS MY WANDERING' BOY TONIGHT) By A. 0. CHAPIN ,
rations for foundations are already' corpal in the Marine Corps. | j
His name appears on the list of Marines
under .
any.JacksonvilleCharles '
have recently been advanced
11. Ketchum, I in rank at this naval station. 1 DRATtj4'T Bo* I SPAS rtsU tVNSisiG IprAe1D LIKe AS NOT, HI'S SNBAKB9Off
Corporal Alvarez Is 21 "
of Florida Key West, Grand Dragon, Realmof ', was born in Raiford. He years is a old son and of I viowprm R WHeQ,1I1II! (15 -w"m-"II.NI\'II'" f I'LL WARM HIM QOOD WHSKlI
Knights of the Ku Klux
Klan, has resigned his position and ,, Mrs. Salome Alvarez, of that place. EPETiS SuPPeH TIME IIts ALWAYS Drsowviw .*- I LAV HANDS OK HIM -
the resignation has been accepted by';'I Corporal Alvarez joined the Marine AU Hf ISN'T NOME HB NffVER Does MIND M6 FOH

the Imperial Council, according to an Corps at Atlanta Ga., last' July, and ,
was assigned to duty at the naval air "
announcement here. I. E. Phillips, of I i! station { 1J''I 1\\
at Pcnsacola.
Jacksonville, chief of staff, is in'', When certain ,1I 4 l'
I I I Men were recommended for promotion :
r ri.
charge of Klan activities in Florida e ,

pending the appointment of a successor one of recently the Marines, Corporal selected.AJvarez was i /(./ 1le!. cf. :- 1

to declared.Mr. Ketchum the announcement Avon I'ark-The new $10,000 Seaboard r }: des f. I -. .'

New Orleans, La..Police here Air Line station which was
built by CV.. Pabor local
were investigating the story told by contractor
William Salter, 84, arrested on a will be ready this week for occu -
minor charge, who is an escaped con.vlct pancy. Actual construction has been z

under life sentence in Florida completed, the placing of, furnitureand : .: _
and that he also escaped( from a connection of telegraph lines being J '
Mexican prison after being sentenced the only unfinished details. The .> I //1 r

and committed to serve a terra for station, whichAis unusually: handsome .' .. ,)
murder. Salter claims, police: announced for a city this size, is of fire-proof : jr'L
construction built of
hollow tile with
that he killed nn American
east stone trim, and l finished in deep a\ : : .
named Walter Clark in Panuca, Mexico buff ..... _
stucco with a red tile roof. The
following\ his flight to that country -
after escaping from the prison architecture is of Spanish design, MAYfE i HE'S GONE SWIMWIN0J ./ < OCAtt OK DfAn./ 11

farm at Raiford, Fla. with a turret effect at one end. The ea VMOWIS I ITERBI8UE pce'rSOM&Ta1NF WHY" TOES HBAS -WNATB ..,...qWNa.No.NS WIW'-MOMS*
high, arched windows are ornamented y I % WWEN. lie G05S ? eeeNY wnaa.s 1 A01 Tee
Miami-The :Miami Daily News with iron gratings of artistic design I INTO THAT "TP.1.o.I: 'ROU9'RIII'R. Me SaNaTOneTOV.CTOaYUrrt
said that Seaboard Air Line trains Umbrella sheds, each 100 feet I AWFUI.I.Y WORRieD r VMY CAWT hie! 3TA HOMP wNlu car toi* .

will be running/ into Miami( from long, flank each end of station, and I OUST WAIT 'TIL i CATCH HIM owe iu AWHILE '? peT.1wesMP&nO WNn. a[
Wgst Palm Beach by January 1. In are a continuation of the roof over 'IfflMPUYCAMTTRUST' peT ON $puQr

the platform in front of the building ,..wlbiYeAB HIM\ CWT OPMV e19HTy l S STs es A..LrtrU Loss A.ethl CLOCATOme f .

Itself, which is 110 feet long, givinga iw MAW .I.NTga1...
total of 310 feet of covered plat- = CABS' RUTH 1aYlNrr NA0.D
I COFFINS & CASKETSAnd form. This as well as the building vlt.....",, \n\ '. j TO HT BACK MA BK INI.

a Full Line of 1s well lighted and will be lighted at -'II .:
all hours of the night ...
UntJrtakir' Smpptu j ;

$843,000 For HighwaysFort L.. 1

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Pierce, June 13St. Lucie I / a\Ti i I 9r .
Always on hand. The best service county voters have again shown their ;
at the lowest price Special belief in the future of the county by "
attention to telegraph or voting overwhelmingly in favor of a Ii __ .'
bond issue of 1315,000 for highway
ders. Registered Embalmer.
construction. The election was held Lower picture shows
June 9 and In the local precincts the Tom Gibbon of St.

DeWITT C. JONES affirmative ballots: comprised 97 percent the count when
of the total cast. Proceeds of the 12th round by Gen r ra
STARKE:, FLA sale of the bonds will be expended in Y. last wee Tun ( &
ant .L s
construction of the new Dixie. High-( aar* be U now ready y

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for another Miss Pearl Crawford
Jack.onville-Cotton mill to be there is ample room pass weit. I
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I FLORIDA WEEKLY IN. located here to employ 4,000 persons. enger. Full protection against Inclement in marriage at tho home ?,0 ;!..

DUSTIUAL REVIEW weather is provided by the top bride's parents last Wednesda.; ,f\
and FARMING Tarpon Springs-Two new business and !side! curtains. noon, June 10th.
building! under construction. The new body is of all steel construction
Winter Park"Iferald" to remodelollices and sturdily built. It is 3 Mr. and }Ir. W. U. Cuff of v'', ,

at cost of $30,000.TampaCaroline: TallnhaxHue. -New one-story building feet, 43-4 inches wide and 4 feet, 3 : born, visited Mrs Gaff's sister, 'lr.
/ to be erected on College avenue. inches long. Sides are thirteen inches i IS. V. Stokes, Sunday.

f'AIUIEILSNU! IRLXIiLiW: ; :; AUK 1MVI1EO TO CONTRIBUTE; finished by July 1. apartments to be Dunnellon-Pinellas Power Co. will deep to the flare so that loading Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown and,

ARTICLES: OK' FARM: EXPERIENCES AND1E'fIlOUS: FOUND change voltage from 33,000 to 60,000 space is sufficient to meet all demands ly made a trip to Lake City la-t ..

TO UE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. Ilaine City $iOOOO hospital between here and St. Petersburg. of light delivery. The end gate is the day.Mrs.
same as that on the type
planned here. 11. S. Miller and
Wauchula-Tile factory opens here, body of the ton truck and when children ,I'.
to capable of turning out 6,000 high test partially lowered l isjjeeurely held in turned from Atlanta, Ga., last T ".
St. Petersburg-Municipal pier
concrete tiles daily place by chains. day where they had been nttt i :.
1 Annual Farmers' Week At be constructed at coat of 1000000.
the graduation exercises
; Fourth -- at E. r"

1 f Tampa Methodist church plans Orlando-Atlantic Coast Line buys MILLER College. George II. Miller son or ':, r

17 To 22 new $200,000 edifl.ce. $50,000 site for depot. Miller June 19.-Air. and Mrs II. and Mr Miller was a member .. "

t State University August Tampa Municipal auditorium to L. Fogg and baby, of Live Oak, visi- class in law there this year.

l\tl'lboume-Work to begin soon on be constructed at cost of 8230.211.. ted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.

f Entertainment: and Instruction to be I . new $100,000 high-school.Orlando$500,000 //11. Stokes Sunday. Appreciation is a good oil for I lu1, ,

J Features of Lathering; of .. arm.I I- EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY hotel to be erect Seabreeze-Bond issue amounting Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Holder and I eating the family machinery.
ers Fruit Growers and I i. AGENTS' REPORTS ed here. to $10,000, to be voted on for library family left Sunday for their home at

I I. Their Wives. building. Miami after spending several days The farmer who neglects his .
I I I. there'ls Tampa$::O.OOO synagogue will be with relatives here. neglects one of his biggest asset-
Baker I a large acreage St. Augustine Actual construc-
erected Palm -
nnd on avenue.
annuul Farmers'
The fourth Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown attended
i of cotton in the county this tion work under for bridge to
the Univer- way
Fruit Growers' Week at I' and a good part of.it is being treated Jacksonville-New park to be es- connect this place and Anastasia is- church at Lake Butler Saturday A community club for most :v .
be hell August
sky of Florida will for weevil control. Few weevils have tablished. land. evening.Mr. thing has its main value in thu '," j
17.22, according t made recently by tr. Wilmon Newell, Tampa-New filling station to be Fort Lauderdale-"Evening Sen-

I director of agricultural extension I' Bay-A Mid-West-Florida Fair Is erected on Grand Central avenue. tinel" moves into new plant.
work at the University. being considered by five adjoining ,
II I Every year several hundred florida counties here.OkalooMaThe. Jacksonvillo-Municipal radio sta- .
farmers, fruit growers and their I I tion to be formally opened. Eaton Asks
wives gather at the College of Agriculture -' truck growers of I L Our Cross-Word:>11zz1eThis

of the University In August ,; Laurel Hill shipped a car of mixed Tampa-Bridge to be constructed
t, for a week of instruction and enter- vegetables this week. I double treated across Hillsboro river at Twenty- No-Fence Law

.I talnment. These outings lire proving! 1 07 hogs! against cholera this week. second street; project to cost $80,000. -
increasingly popular as the years I
1 and add, a !larger and larger I Duval-Ten thousand copies of an Winter Haven-Contract awardedfor Gainesville, June 12.-Defeated by cross-word puzzle was arranged very interesting and should be <">"ri-
number pass of enthusiastic boosters to i attractive and instructive booklet construction of new $200,000 ho- the heavy interests opposed to his I by Mrs\ Ethel Gibbs and pleted in less than fifteen minute,_

.; the list of those who have attended. covering all phases of agriculture In' tel. proposed state no-fence law during Claude Welch, so it ought to be a that is, If you are as good at cr<><-
4 i The week is sponsored by the Agricultural | the county will be oil the press in a : the recent session of the legislature good one. Everyone knows that two word puzzels as you should be after
Extension Division of the i few days I Pulatka! -Tourist hotel planned. Representative E. L. Eaton is prepar- heads are better than one. We don't
working all that we have published.
University, and specialist of this division I ing to go before the public with a believe we can say anything new
I are already busy making plans Taylor-So far no weevils have Sebring New $135,000 school state-wide No-Fence Law League to about it. It is short, snappy, and Are you?
'1 for the 1025! !gathering. been reported here but farmers are building now under construction. unite the people of Florida in the
treating their cotton. The crop Is setting cause
The outstanding agricultural leaders West Palm Beach-Survey for
plenty of blooms squares and i 1 ] 1 S r"i
Mr. Eaton is satisfied, he said, that
4, and speakers of the South will be bolls.. sewer Improvements to begin soon.
present to participate in tho pro- when the people realize the vital import -

gram. Included in this list are such Marion Cantaloupes are being Apalachicola-Toll bridge to bo of this measure they will defeatall i-- r a "

men as W C. Lassetter, editor of The { shipped. In quantity from the county. constructed across Apalachicola river opposition. '
' between here and East Point. "We are confronted with the immediate i -
, Progressive Farmer, Birmingham i'; Anthrncnoso in spreading rapidly ''J U1 IIii
Ala C. A. Cobb editor of South- threat of embargoes on all
the since tho rains. The tomato fields are
Gainesville New hotel be I
to con-
shipment from said Mr.
Atlanta Florida
ern Ruralmt, Ga., and many holding up fine and the quality is structed here.Tomato .
other workers.A Eaton "unless we achieve practical Ist
agricultural greatly improved during the last
and tick eradication.. Not
permanent !
committee will start work on tho week. acreage in Florida increased r
only all shipment of cattle and other
program ut im early date and the I from 18,040 acres in 1U20) to 50- ,a 1sI
members promise that an interesting I Volu"la-Ru"t;mite;; survey shows'mites 070 acres in 1924. livestock, but even oranges will be ...
program will he arranged, which will increasing rapidly. The Daytona alfcctcd.
'. provide valuable instruction and interesting Chamber of Commerce is takingan Berkeley-Recognition given this "It. i is admitted that the only way I. 17 4 Ia 19o

entertainment for every active interest in agriculture and new town with completion of railroad we will eves !get' eradication is by
day. 'development of the back country. facilities. fencing, stock. The state has spent : zIt

., A special program! Is being arranged They have asked that I establish an 'I io,000: ; in district 1.1, and can go on
1 which will provide for women ofTlce for one day each week in their Tampa-Florida avenue to be pav- indefinitely in the present manner
and offer full ed its entire length. without getting immunity."Yet .
under<< the supervision i>f the home i office cooperation.

- and demonstration women will d"I upend>lIrtment.the entire Both week men I Osceola-The citrus crop is in Value of products at factory prices, I with the the railroad stockmen interests in Tallahassee linedup

At Gainesville this J 1 good shape and growers are busy of manufacturing establishments of against the no-fence law. The railroads
j Olllciuls of the year.Agricultural Ex- fighting an early infestation of rust Honda, aggregated $188,258,000( in traded this support for the cattlemen's -

tenslonDivislon, tho Experiment Star mites. 1023, compared with $145,821,000 in votes In favor of the stop-
tion and the College of Agriculture Brevard-General rains are put- look-and-listen law, whiih would re HORIZONTAL 11. Girl's name

(,- spare no efforts to make this week ting citrus trees in excellent growing Bradenton-Plans] being formulated lieve them of liability for crossing 1. Strike 16. On the sop

one of the most enjoyable events of condition. Aphis attack is severe on here for deep water terminals to accidents. I. Not few 17. King and! Patron Saint of N".r-
the year for those farmers and their June growth in some young groves connect with railroads. I "Now' the agricultural interests of 7. SatanGoing way

wives who attend. but not general.!. the state are overwhelmingly more 9. forward 18.! Boy's name v HI
The University dormitories and LaBelle Seaboard air service important than the livestock Invest- 12. A beverage I'.i :-:lItlof Arabia
5i I mess hall will be opened for those will construct its route to this city. ments. Here in Alachim county this 13. Excited by eagerness 21. personal pronoun
if 1 who desire this arrangement. Others is especially true. And even the cattlemen 14. Masculine title (abbr.)
Farm Population Tampa Harbors under survey would boarding; as which may result in widening of the long run, by practical tick eradica 10. Vehicle ART THEIR 1V I G

,i nominal charge will be made ut the channel of Ybor estuary. tion."We 18. Girl's nameConsisting
,'j .' mess hall for meal Shows Hugh DropIn Southern Florida counties growing secured the passage of a local- 20. of three lines N HER A U GIH V
Faculties of the entire College of option no-fence law for this county,
a' well in real 22. Kind of cloth
II I Agriculture< and even the University agriculturally as as es and it will be presented to the people D 0 E U S UAL Y ht
tate. 23. To open or introduce (abbr.)
l\\ for instruction and entertainment Last Century as a referendum. That is a step in the I 21. Pierce p
"I\ I will be available for use during the Miami-Highway planned between right direction, but the only way to VERTICAL EEL NET T

! week. here nnd Tampa.Uncle I settle the whole question right is by 1. Thin flat of I T S
I _.__ ___ _.. ) piece stone E G G U TIE
Itureuu Expert: However, lias No I n state-wide law. We believe that thestnte 2. To !fIve notice
Censure: and Think It For i iUilJe I us a whole favors. the law, butwi I 3. Fruit E GEE E B D I
"{UIE DEMONSTRATION the Host. > ore scattered, while the cattlemen 4. Mineral

AGENTS' REPORTS have n close organization I 5. TheCrou",1 plan of work O N E A p p L E I CIE
? a as
I t Tallahassee, Juno 11.The decrease "All we need to do is to unite the
. . I in railroad engineering
'I St. Johns-A series of institute! in the percentage of persons proponent of the law '.so that we canpresent 0. Traveling burglarS L NAT U V N t\

for different communities In the engaged in agricultural pursujtH Iota the same united front as our+ Them (aBbr.) (Archaic form)
shown remarkable ,decreasedunnir opponents. Tho governor is going to I [) I D 5 N D Y N O R
started 10. To offer
county were last week. They John call a special session of the legislature objections
are to continuo through the month of the lust century, It l is disclosed in it -
in October and that is the tinn-
June, and are participated{ in by all statement, by Dr. II. C. Taylor, chief for us to win. Then we can stamp out '
county workers including the county of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics Again we nlfT the vernal I the fever tick, and remove this disaster -I I
nurse, welfare worker, nutritionist, United States. Department of breezes; again we frisk beneath of quarantine that threatensour ,

.t. \ demonstration State Board of calth nurse unit, home I i Agriculture.! In 1820 approximately caucus the blue sneezes; again-aiain forsakeour forget farmers and fruit growers. THE SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH

\ agent. | 87 per cent of those engaged in !gainful had the "flu." Again -----
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I Citrus-Wednesday wo canned 278 I occupations !in tho United States we don our kiddo breeches; SCHOOL ItOAItn PROCEEDINGS

pounds of beef ht a canning demon- j were in agriculture, says the statement ;tt;-tin we seek the velvet sward; Board met June 1, In regular seamen -

tration attended by people who had while those engaged/ In agriculture again the rural tom-tit preaches; with L.V.. Klvkllter and J. .\.
never before been present at a club '1 in 1020 was only 2B( per rent. again the .spring-song thrills the Wnsdin present.

meeting. A number of men, in fact This movement from country to city bard. Again we haunt the bluegrass :Minutes of May 4th meeting/ read Rai1roadservicethatprofits

more men than women, were present, vent on gradually throughout the medder and, waddle forthon and approved as well as the special
anal all well bent we try to do a
were pleased with re- pleasure ; meeting.
hundred but between 11110 and
sults. The different products were years double-header and rustle where The following bills audited
11)20) it than in were
steak roust, tripe, stew and soup' was more rapid any the pellet went. and ordered' paid: all of k
stock. period since 1870, the statement dis Again the office-gloom repel) GF.\oER\t.:\ FUNDS: usOn

closes.In us; again stern duty seems a Rank of Stark' Note \ni\n\ no
Orange-At a meeting of the women' commenting on the situation, Dr. bore; again our innard natur'tclU Rank. of Starke. IntoreatRrailfnrd in liT
County Bank, noteHrailforil 2025.0 home demonstration club at Taylor says: "This movement, within us to get outside an' lock County Hank not 197501 the Southern Railway System last
Union Park Thursday, 1 demonstrated proper limits, should be looked the door. When suckers, chan Bradford ('oun.ylank.. InUrmt 111.22L.
the making of a tireless cooker. I as de"lrable.Vlthout the nel-cats an' croppies monopolize .. W.. Klcklltor. board ...rvlc.J 420 year we hauled seven million tons of
upon move-
also carried, my tireless cooker along a feller's dreams, old Flan- A Wiuulln.. board wrvlceH (120 farm
ment from country to city we would a Wlirvliu. Incidental 785 products. We carried back to the
and cooked a roast, which was delicious ders Field with all its poppies H. R Wiutfln.' alary 10.00
t and tender., The women wude.- have entirely! too many people engaged can't keep m from our flshln' Rrndfnril. ('ounl1"ftnk.. Int. 12S.48 farms a great volume of things that
in agriculture and farm Hnnk of S..rh.I.. 1*. I. Cutmn aeet.Rrndfnrd nuooo
lighted and all expect to make a prices streams. 0, hand me down my SBleOB the farmer in
County Bnnk. not gets for
: flrelens cooker for their hones I would be even lower than they are. bow and quiver my trusty RmdfnM. County Bank not 500.09 exchange his
Cities would. be lacking labor and! the niblick and my fox" 111 over- si'n Ft'sna.. products.
Santa Roxa-Canning and pickling Rank of Stark Iran.".. to No. 12 tOO 110
I disparity between the purchasingpower come this crazy liver by speedlneral Hank nf Stark., tran.f.r bond 25 S7H.7Rrndford ()
work was begun this week. The wo- of farm products and other ->.\' country blocks!II County Dank trannfr bond 3 504** This is a big part of the day's work of
men are using uniform containers." J C. Mannlnv. broom 4 43
I I The county agent and I are making! products would be even worse than.it Hank of Stark not 56000 our 8,000 miles of lines stretchingacross

plans. fur the ,county club camp which has been in recent Yt'III'S."Tho Rank Rank nf of Stark Stark,, note Interest 400*,00 44 the South from the Potomacto
v will be held ut Flurldutown July 811. '' danger In the movement I is Rank 0' Stark Interest 7 8ilradi".1
.1. -- I that the process. will be selective taking / County Hank, not 7500 the Mississippi.Farm .
< Suwannee-As a result of the nu- the beat stock from the rural "I'nxlfnrd. County Bank Interest 1.SI
trltlon campaign, number of under-I! community W T Crmhy. holding election' 8.M prosperity means prosperity for
a and leaving the weaker ele- Vit.ht'll'ii Drug Store Lab. upplle A,90

,t weight weight.children have i cached n normal ments of the population on the farms t S.Rank R of Huhhard.Stark,>nou laa. 1999.90 ISM. us. To give the best service, at rates

to the detriment not only of agriculture Nj5J0s1c Rank of Stark, (tat 7.0i which will enable our shippers to sell
J EXTENSION' :/ DIVISION GETS; but of the Nation as a whole. II n AMfrman. tramiportatlon 20,noL
H Hill. In. 21.00 their in
':! AN ASSISTANT:; :'; !'Ion,' CLl'H The movement should operate in suchn Rrmlfonl County Bank not. 415.00 products the markets at a good

I.KADKK: "KOU) TIIK. SUMMER"' way as to leave the country those Bradford', MrRa County*. Uaehlnit Hank Interact 8l 10>.00,SIBarnvy profit and which will enable us to

't Leluml Hiatt, expert swimmer and elements' of our rural population best t( The secretary presented an outline make a fair profit too,is a fundamental

t t diver and member of the Universityof suited to an ctlU-lunt type of farming, I ) budget: which was a copy of last year policy of the
\ Florida swimming team, has been a higher standard of rural community except for a few changes in the cost SouthemRailway System.

>\ i secured by the Agricultural Extension : and a standard of rural citizenship of administration. The same was approved Did you ever stop to think how much
; Division.! to be assistant, to State commensurate with the needs of except: for the principalship
t II J.: Boys' Club Agent R. W. Blacklock our democracy." -rfLL.'N' TNt (20TH..15, at Hampton which was left over till better service the Southern has given

. l' ,[.l; during! the summer. Too many people on farms, says -TW=. \NARDESi't1Al3li. & July meeting. you in recent years since it was relieved
Mr. Hiatt is especialgifted! for Dr. Taylor, results in an excess of fCRIoANO\ l-\n. EASIEST"rb I There being no further businessthe

ij I work with boys and will assist in conducting farm products. at unrenumerattve 3;e\K.: board adjourned to meet first from financial starvation? That is

;, the. county club camp that prices, which In turn has a tendencyto Monday in July.L. part of your share In our prosperity.
will be held. In the various counties
hold down the standard ot
\' having living Dt Chairman.
county agents during the
I months of June and July. He was in the country anj blight, the lives of H. B. WIGGINS, soul.Nt .

1 present at the hoys' club annual short the growing boys and, girls in the Secretary.

course held last week at the University farms. t
assisted in the entertainment -

1,I and Instruction there.l I.ake Butler IIOLLEY-DESllA\ June I-\t As a delivery unit to meet require-
: the
He is well swimming
qualified to give
l Baptist ments for equipment lighter than
and diving instructions at club parsonage\ a ceremony was that of the ton truck, the Ford Motor 2
performed by Hev. W. D. Hicks
I ". '.' (ramps as well a.s take part. in other the Company has just added a pick-up
visiting preacher, in which Dir 5
features of the work. s
.\( .._ : Dart J. Holley and Miss Ruby DeSha body to its commercial car line. TMt
A" ordinary brick U useful for were made man and wife. The young The new body is designed for use

> :\;-. holtfng a door open but it III also dee. : people a>v ,both residents of Waldo on the Ford runabout, taking the place
of the rear deck, and is well adaptedto
; oratlva if It is covered. first with outIng and arm embarkingupon life' voyageten. SOUTHERN RAILWAY
all kinds of and SYSTEM
,I 1 I I ,11'1.' flannel or felt, and then with cre- ,.'ether with the very best. wishes deliverv. The runabout light hauling seat affords quick
ut their friends.
t' tonne. many comfortable
riding for the driver and _- -
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Commencement Exercises Of : ( :

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University Of Florida At ; 1 -

Sunday, June the 7th marked tha'' LA\\'
opening of the twentieth commencement
exercises of the University of Lawtey, June FREE
, Florida. Bishop Ainsworth, of Savannah I Terry left last week ,
delivered the, baccalaureate ser Va., where she will
mon using as his text "One thing weeks with her .'
thuu lackest, take up thy cross and Wyrick.
follow me." I : .
Opening the services was an organ I Misses Wilma and
prelude by William Zeuch, organistof ard of Ft.
the South Congregational) ...lurch, a few days here
Boston, :\latl5.! Immediately following :Mr.' and Mrs. A. M.
this the University orchestra render. TourTo
ed the babat Mater March while the I ev. J. V. Sight-seeing
graduates tiled\ in from the rear taking :Miss! Helen, are
seats assigned to them, and remained -
Umatilla this week.E. .
standing until the faculty had I
been seated upon the stage. After the I J. Roberts
singing of the doxology, the invocation Jacksonville
was rendered by Rev. J. R. Cunningham
pastor of the Frst Presbyterian '''I Mr. and Mrs. W. ( I Ia Ii

church. little daughter, i
Dr. W. A. Cooper, pastor of the t, were week-end
First :Methodist church, read the' !
Mr.' and Mrs. J. II.
scripture lesson for the morning. The I _
congregation! was then led in prayer ,' E. S. Matthews 1 1i
by' Rev. C. II. Summers, presiding
Sr., of Starke, HOLLYWOOD
elder of the Gainesville district, M. were i
E church, south. Dr. A. A. Murphrce: here Friday.

president of the University of Florida ,: Fred Clark left ,
made the announcements, followed '
by the rendering of "Hark, (Hark, ', ami where he\ has I Ii
My Soul," with the accompaniment "BY THE SEA"Miami
of the new gigantic organ. i Earl Roberts of .
: )
After thu splendid sermon by stitute, of New
Bishop Ames worth, the benediction''spending his
was pronounced by Kcv. W. 8. :Stonoy: home of his father,
rector of the Holy 'Trinity Episcopalchurch. I in '. w
I E. E. Burney and and vicinity our ,
At four o'clock Sunday afternoon, i i II. R. Sapp, were ,
the new organ, which was given by Jacksonville W
the late !Dr. Andrew Anderson, of St. I
Augustine, was dedicated to the University Joseph Starling
of Florida I I|| Jacksonville, spent busses '
This new four manual pipe organ Sunday here with DeLuxe type pullman
consists of six divisions: The great; 1
organ of furteon stops and 978 pipes; !Mrs A. M. I
the swell organ of seventeen stops a few days in Pi
and 1.\W pipes; the choir organ of daughter, Mrs. J. B. ':
ten stops und (082:! pipes; the solo son was born last "
organ of six stops und 43* pipes; the i I yv
echo organ of four stops and 230 Mrs. R. !M. '
pipes' ; the pedal organ of seventeen Dorothy, of Sanford, I
stops and :SJ70! pipes; u total of lid friends visited :
speaking stops l and 4,101 pipes. Thisis : 4th ,
the largest ornnn( south of the Friday.V. I Spend July
Ohio river and is exceeded in size by R. Reddish was ::
less than, a dozen uigans in the Uni-
ness in Starke
ted States. Every lover of music in I
all its volume, variations, sweetness, I Mrs. N. S. Blount \
tone, and quality should never miss several '
spent days
a chance to hear this new organ. I
withher mother \
Presentation of the organ on behalf :
of Dr. Anderson's heirs was Her son, Groydon I I
made by Mr. G. B, Lamar, executorof her home. |I .4'
the Anderson Estates. Acceptance) Ii i
I Mrs. W. C.
of the gIft 'on behalf of the Umversi- i I
t.v was made by' lion. E. L. Wartman, 1 Mary, Lucile and I
of the Boaid of Control. This organ in Starke Friday.
i ii to be known as the Anderson
Sheriff W. J.
Memorial Organ. Prayer of dedication -
vvus made by Dr. Button U. Big- was in town on : 8 8a
ler of the First Presbyterian
chinch of bt. Augustine, of which Mrs. E. E. Durney
Dr. Anderson was a member. The :.siipp'; motored to Cut Out Coupon---Make Your
dedicatory lecilal was by William E. noon. !
Zeuch, director of the choir and organist -I, .
Lanier of
of the Old South Congrega- Grady ,
tional church, Boston, Mass.Monday spending a few days
a business meeting of theUniversity of Mr. and Mrs. U. Reservations Now
Alumni was held in the .J'I
A. M.:
Law College and the class of '25: admitted Blanchard,
to membership. Mr. McQulra! Misses Wilma, ;
was elected president for the coming Blanchard visited :

jear ,. sonville Sunday. t
Directly after the Alumni meeting", : t
the Alumni Luncheon was held at the L. H. Hill was :
University Commons. Mr. Oliver, of in Jacksonville Busses leave here promptlyJune
Savannah, Ga., was the speaker of
the luncheon, using the subject: Mrs. C. Y. Mayo
"hollow Your Occupation: or Profession ter, Ada, of
You Have Learned." Mr. Oliveris l'nd"Iaitors here
an Alumnus of "J3 und showed the 30th from our Starke
Miss of
true Florida spirit in his speech. several McQuen, ;
other noted Alumnus gave talks, u guest Sunday of
and the University; quartette rendered \\. Roberts.Mr. 1
several Florida songs, one being
"Alma Muter" which was composedby and Mrs. V. I Hollywood office 8 a.m.
the student body president, Milton ed a fishing trip on
\eats Dr. A. A Murphree gave the last week.
closing talk on the outlook of rlorida'
for the coming year. I Mrs. Ruth King
At eight o'clock the first organ recital Jacksonville, spent
10 was given by William E. Zeuch. her sister, Mrs. E.
Mr. Zuuch is a man of exceptional
ability and is known throughout the J. B. Rowe and
country as one of the finest\ organists.The Ruth, Rose and
University was indeed fortunate with relatives in Welcome
in securing a mart of such prominence' Everybody
to demonstrate the qualities and Tom Berry, of
possibilities l of the great organ. was transacting
The Junior Prom started at ten Wednesday.
o'clock sharp with the grand march. '
The Junior Prom: is the largest dance: '' Harry Jones left
given during the year and all sections sonville where he I
of the State were representedby da>'s. .
the beautiful debutants of the ,
season Midnight lunch was served at : Roy Denmark, of : I
intermission The dance then progressed ted relatives near ,,
with all its splendor until and Sunday.
the woo hour of two.
Tuesdaymorning at ten the Senior Mrs. Ed Galloway Hollywood Land
class nmiched in and remained standing turned to their :
until the faculty and speaker Tenn., last week,
were scented upon the stage. Dr. eral months here
William Louts Potent delivered the t Mr. and Mrs. I
baccalaureate nddrctH. The medals ,
and prizes for the differc-nt distinctions I The Baptist and ,
accomplished by the students schools observed
duunir the year were then delivered :Sunday by I IM.IC\; : A-I ION: .01( POMTil
by' Mi Oliver of Savannah The commissions -
were then delivered to the gram at Grace & Water Co.Edw. ..d tlcKit WilL, tiKfnd. by any: uutlini -
graduates of the Reserve Office I,I was beautifully m.'d! representative of the ioni-
raining Corp by Capt. E. M. Yon. profusion of puny IS good for one continuous
Following this was the charge to ,, number were round trip between Starku and. Hollywood
these graduates l by Col. G. S. Waldo. rained nearly all including the regular stay in
The degrees were then conferred to I, HOLLYWOOD. It Is understood that
:11'8. G. W.
to the the and '
graduates by secretary hotel accommodations and meals are
president of the University. Among I I Monday.were not covered by this ticket and that no
these was John Gary Ennis who
graduated from Bradford County I' J. Voss Wm. M. Doyle I stopovers is not are permitted. This ticket
High in 1919 receiving the degree of Dr. G. W. Brown transferable.

B. S. E. E. He is a member of the al visitor to ll Name _.___.._....._________...___
Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, and had I
the distinction of being in the University Billy and James Florida Address.________.__________
Band for four years Ho wag I I Local RepresentativesTelephone .
charter White House Hotel. ---- ---- ---------------- -- ----
a member of the Masqueraders ( :
the dramatic Fraternity of the : Hi visiting Permanent Address _.___________u
University( and also a member of the I parts of the State. I _
Theta Ribbon Society, as well as a 1! Poteat gave a short --------------.---..--------------
member of the Pan-Hellenic Council. i sibilities of the : I .
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John and Maurice Langford who were them. Cyril Bratley i
formerly from Starke were also {I tarlans in behalf of I 33 Starke ---"----------- RepresenUtlv*

among the graduates, Maurice receiving I for the courtesies I Date of Trip __ ________ _____
the degree of B. A. in Education. the Rotarians.
and Jnhn receiving the degree of B. short talk on "How I
S. C. E. --\ Senior." This : II I
The Seniors were the guests of thaotarlans graduating II Y
at a luncheon held at tha ty of Florida. I I --

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I.' \ 'j ... PACE SIX .. _- u. --
', 1 H I ... ------ I III I-D.-Wilson, and after the reading of I Ii i, with.a ten mile! limit .vhile turning I son is that I believe it to be uncon- rililli"t.-l I the tt.\ "oulh feet oft range south 22 end east.section in tho 28.town town.of

an excellent program a social hour corners. stitutional." Stark. Florida.. .
was fcnturod. Miss Gracie Fogg, ,' A motion; wn-i carried that the nec- The search and seizure measurewas Guardian of Margaret CORNELIA Long, Corner LONG A. Long

la..t. who is leaving this week, after making -':, cbsary steps\ bu taken to have side vetoed because it was regarded I'leffant A. Long, lliehaid Lone, Loll C.
Live Oak her home the past three walk constructed in front of the Kerr i by the executive as too great an invasion i onrf and William. N. Long, .minor heir ofh.lI.
>"<'ars, was honor guest on this occa;. property on Temple avenue. I 1 of fundamental rights, such L| |lx)1. llanlii JOHNS.Long

........ ? e ,Ion. Miss Fogg has been an active A motion Was carried the the mayor I las are specifically enumerated in the .rn,)' r""' Guurdlnn. 0-19-51-7-17.
< $ worker in the church and wllbe\ : be requested to have the weeds on

I greatly missed in all brandies of tho the vacant lots cut 1 constitution. Habitual Coi,. lii;. lion CuijtlH
I "I vetoed the bill proposing to place
< htirrh activities, especially In the : The tax collector was instructed to / M to 21 I'nys
j ludu. < auxiliary and young peoples close up tax books making the necessary a tax on dogs because it Is wholly unnecessary "LAX-FOS WITH 1'CPSIN": !; u n 'pecmlly-

; i'1uJ14s>> 29! !) ant) I UH! ) societies.' I advertlsment for delinquent if not quite nonsensical, prepored SympTomc Laxative tor Habituu'

f. I I A substantial expression of the taxes. I the governor said. | Con ti"alllJlI. It relieves promptly and

;f ________________________________________________________________________ love and appreciation the auxiliary The regular' monthly reports of the There remain but few measures on should bo: taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
f I\: I hears for Miss Fogg was made in board of bond trustees, the tax col- the desk of the governor for action. II I to induce regular action. !Stimulates and
i CIRU.E 1 i;L i I 1\1: I i \V n in\\, i'ivht. )I the presentation of a handsome hatbox I lector nnd treasurer were ordered Regulates. Very Pleasant to 'fake. CUc
( 'khool-Mrs. J. F. :,
huiinuin :
; : filed.i .
I (uf the fluptbtmjSIIiflflry Clark. I i suit case the gift being presented NEW RiVER per bottle.
\ The circle imtlinr
j hi-ld Monday t Chairman of Press-Mrs. Edward by Mrs. Wilson in n beautiful and :MRS. WILLAIJD BANCROFT
IWell't..1'. i i I M. Parker TIME TABLE
> appropriately worded little speech. I Now River, June 10.- SEABOARD
Mis. [iurna. j
afternoon lit thc home of ;( Chairman of J. '! The :serving of delicious refreshments motored to Starke Friday. -
Membership-Mrs. The Warren friends of Mrs.
Elizabeth Johns. Hostesses: AI r"1 f. Hoover. ||, concluded a most enjoyable i many Bancroft well I J. E. Adkins, of Tampa, Is spend- (In effect May 10, 1023.: )
I' Powell. Willard formerly a
| i
| Johns and Mrs. Lucy afternoon.-Tho Suwannee Democrat. home folks.
I few
( days
f'rmlrman of l'roart'amIrs J. M. ing a
will to Tampa -
Jacksonville arrives
.. After the devotional service the : I' --- i known resident of the city, regret No. 1
;1; Alviirez. BOl'NfT roYTvVllTTE I Ira Wilson and Miss Eunice McKinney -
: ; MOUNTAINSMr. to learn of her death which oc- Starke 11:14 p. m.
usual business of the circle wan L.I I :, at
j-f Chairman of Health-Mrs. E. of Starke, visited friends '
| transacted. It was voted to suspend Biggs. I and Mrs.\ D. L. Durban, of eurred suddenly on Tuesday morning here Sunday afternoon. 1 No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives

and I lit the home of friends in Jasonvillc, at Starke 5:23: a. m.
4 the circle nicotines during July Librarian-Mrs. Edward Durns. I Jacksonville, have been spending a i Royce Gainey John Shaw and
August, beginning ngitin in September The Florida Day program( under few days with Mrs. Durban's parents, I Ind., where she had been visiting for Casey Atkinson, ,of Drooker motored |I No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives -
: with renewed interest. After disposing 1 the capable direction of Mrs. T. J. '' Mr. nnrl Mrs. Chesley Fogg, of Gra- the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. at Starke 11.02 a. m.

1 of the business, the ladies Griffin was one of the most interest- :j I. ham. Sunday thirty-two relatives Bancroft had spent the winter in : here Sunday. R. A. Andrews I No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives -
Andrews and
G. W.
sewed and enjoyed two lovely Instrumental -i Ing of the >'enr. A number of educational nnd friends fathered at Mr. Fogg's Florida, and two weeks agp\ returned at Starke 4:28: p. m.
I amusing and unusual facts' for dinnor. They to bid farewellto Jason- i made a business trip to Starke Thurs- Jacksonville
piano numbers by Miss\ Iris ] came ;i north. Mrs. Bancroft went to No. 20 Cedar Key to
Epperson, and also two charming I concerning our state were discussed Mr. and :Mrs. Durban who accompanied I yule to visit friends and Mr. Bancroft 'day.I 'I arrives at Starke 0:00: a. m.

! 'voice numbers by Mrs. J. E. Ji'utchl by tho following Indies: Mesdames ;:, by Mrs. Durban's aunt Miss i came to Warren, where he has spent I Donald Adkins who has been visit No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key
Knight, E. M. Davis, Clark, Burns, 1 Cola Focg, left Tuesday for an extended I ; ing friends and relatives here return-
much time with his
granddaughter, Starke 5:00 m.
I of DeLand.. I T. J. Alderman, Browne, Phillips and auto trip by way of the Blue i ed to Daytona where he has employ- arrives at : p.
I The hostcHscs served refreshing | K. M. Johns, after whIch Miss Rosa Ridge, visiting Menderson and Ashe- I Mrs. Clare Collins, Youngstown aveI ment. No. 101 Starka to Wanr.ee leaves

I lemonade, pound cake and small Loviton in her usual charming man- '!|: yule From New York they will follow I, nue. They resided on Belmont street I i Starke 7:40: a. m.
I fancy cakes. ner rendered n beautiful piano solo- I: the Hudson to Albany then go in Warren for many years and had I Carrol Atkinson and Pervis Lewis, I (Daily except Sunday)

Turn O' Shanter by Warren. At the eastward' to Northwool, New Hamp, many friends In the city. Mr. Ban- j of Waldo, were guests of friends I No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrives

SIL\E! TKA A I'HETTY: AITAIK close of the afternoon the hostesses shire. They will\ spend the summer I croft and Mr. and Mrs. Collins leave I here Sunday afternoon. i at Starke 3:15 p. m.

served sandwiches and Iced tea. I:I climbing the White :Mountains, visiting I tomorrow morning for Marietta, 0., I J Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Andrews, of I I (Daily except Sunday)

ll, : The ladles of St. Mark's Episcopal -- relatives and camping in Miss I where the body will be brought for ,i Jacksonville, are visiting friends and No. 7. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -

I(; I fi church entertained charmingly at a I VIRGINIA AI.'AnEZ'UIR'I'UU.Y Fogg's old historic home where Lafayette i the funeral services and tho burlaI \.- relatives here this week. : (Orange Blossom! Special) due

i n I sliver tea Wednesday afternoon at PARTY and President Monroe each I Warren (Ohio) Tribune-Chronicle, 1 Dogan Knabb, Joe Williams and 2:16
Starke m.
In turn paused to spend the night.They ;
club house. June 3rd.I I Ray Goodge and Misses Alphie
will return in the fall by I Jacksonville to West Palm
way No. 103
Little Miss Virginia Alvarez celebrated -
Kecejving ut the door were Dr. A'I I I I Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft spent sev- Hodges Addie :Mae and Ethel Rauler-
of Philadelphia and Washington,
the sixth anniversary of her 1 Beach arrives at Starke 10:15: a. m.,
E. )Dunham, rector of St. Mark's stopping In North Carolina to visit oral months in Starke during the son motored to Lake Butler Sunday. between
church Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Mrs. C. birthday Tuesday afternoon by giving Grafton Adkins of is stops for passengers for points
I; relatives of Mr. Durban. past fall and winter, occupying the I Tampa, and West Palm Beach
A. Futch and Mrs. J. C. Hoover.A u merry party at the home of her I Hughes house on S. Walnut street. spending a few days here with rela- Coleman
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez I No. 101 West Palm Beach to Jack-
musical Inter parents, tives. ,
pleasing program, UMO.V) TEMPERANCE MEETING Friends here will sympathize with
spersed with readmits, was greatly on West Call street.I.arge I I I !Mr. Bancroft in his loss. George. Rivers, of Starke, visited sonville arrives at Starke 6:17: p. m.,

enjoyed by the audience. Mr. John zinnias and hydrangeas were I' The monthly Union Temperance :I friends here Sunday. stops for Jacksonville and beyond

Powell, with Miss Ethel Griffin, used as decorations in the living room I Meeting was held at the Presbyterian I STATE GIVES $ I8,21JWIE; I Gentry Call and Schell Byrd of passengers.

pianist, sung several delightful num where the little hostess received her ( church last Sunday night. The house THAN Ql'OT.1'0( Graham, motored here Wednesday. I II T. J. GRIFFIN,

bers. Mr. Powell is a general favorite tsuo'ts, who drought a large number ,I. was filled with a capacity audience. |I LEGION'S ENDOWMENT:< I,I I :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns, of Agent.

here and when he appeared on of lovely gifts suitable for a young The music was inspiring and all j i -- I]1 I Starke, L. J. Johns, of Jacksonville,

It \ I the stage he was greeted with enthusiastic lady of six years of ego I seemed in good spirits and happy. The I Florida's citizensin responding to R. L. Thomas, of Starke were guestsof '

applause Mrs. E. M. After playing a number of games, program was full of interest. New I the American Legion fund campaignset ;Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Hodges Sun 666

Johns read( 'Ihe lilly Dreamer," giving Mrs. Alvarez Invited( the children in- 1: voices were heard which added to the what is HO far a national recordas day.

a realistic interpretation of the I to the dining room where the little ; interest. Mrs. C. F. Sturns delighted to going over the top in the drive, 'I II | U a preacrlptlon for

character. "The Bride's First Marketing people wero served with peanuts, ; nnd instructed the audience by reading approximately fifty-eight per cent ,

," a humrous reading, was grape juke, ice cream and cake. The all address by Congressman ,1 I more than the quota of $85,600 .was:, A TONIC :Malaria, Chills Bilious and Fever Fever

given by Mr*. II. A. Tucker who most I center of attraction in the dining ( Cooper, which called attention to the raised in the land of sunshine. According Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores Dengue II kill.or the germi.

naturally protrnyud in word and aci room was the large birthday cake, '1 improved condition of the country I|, to an announcement from the Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

i: ton the young bride's efforts to mar- appropriately decorated and bearingsix \ under prohibition. Mrs. Stares read State Legion headquarters at Palat- Enriching the Blood. When you feel its ------

1 ket. The pleasing program was closed small candles. The favors for the with a clear voice and distinct ka $133,235 was subscribed, or $18,- strengthening invigorating effect see howit

with Mr. Powell tll'eilively! slng- girls were tiny baskets of candy, and : ennuncintion, which enabled the audience I i,, 215 more than the quota. brings color to the cheeks and howit **::
"When I'm the and to get the benefit of j Of this amount approximately
lag With You. to boys were given horns every 1 Improves the appetite will then WatipmCooling
Refreshing( fruit punch and wafers candy. Assisting !Mrs. Alvarez to''1 word. At the close of the reading the ;, $39,404.50 will be given toward the its tonic value.Grove's you.
appreciate true
were nerved by Mrs. Futch, Mrs. Alvarez If I- serve were her mother Mrs. Laura audience showed Its appreciation by a I 1 establishment of a chair of Americanism

f MIsses Sara Mnlpas, Mml! eMiddlcton Johns, Mrs. I R. B. A'III11KlIsKes! ; hearty cheer. It is being realized more at the University of Florida Tasteless chill Tonic is simply

; [ and Marguerite Shrlver. Hannah Swindell, Thelma Seals, Elizabeth 1 und more that Mrs. Starns is a splan-I' while the remainder, $83,750.50 Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
children like it. The blood
II pleasant even
Daises were placed on the plates, anl'If' and Estellc Kenclrick. I IThe did acquisition to the ladies activity, would go to the national fund, the needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to

the sumo lovely flower was used as In 11good\ work, and that Rev. announcement said. The national
I I invited guests were: :Mildred Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and brpi'ZHH. rind compl -
J decoration for the stage. Griffin Marie Underhill, !Marjorie Stamen, though a young man, has fund is $3,000,000.Florida Grip germs' by its Strengthening Invigorating ".u. chunxu of scene invite
Tho proceeds of the tea will bo applied -I and,! Lillian Stump, Elaine Edwards I i I become one of the leaders among thei was the tenth State of the !! Effect 60c you\ toSAuJ1Istine

t If'. to the fund for repairs on the I Lillian Strenberg, Gloria Johns, Lillian I i I ministers. Union to raise its quota.

I t church property, chiefly painting the Garrls, Martha Powell, Katie I'I Prof, Wiggins gave a well thought MARTIN TELLS REASONS NOTICE OF GUARDIVN SALE

church and rectory. 'olle'V. Junnlta Barefoot. ;Martha ''out: address on the subject of "The FOR BILL VETOES !
, Th rty day after date nertof t will apply
Hemingway, Dot llixhop, Fenella and : Importance of Young People Being I
CUILI.Ith.VM' SKUVKE" AT I to the Honorable lieu; A. Cordlncr county
'1 Louise Snyder, Vera Claire Robinson, Taught thu Value of Observing Law." Fund for Loans to Assist Schools. Not jtifltru uf Bradford county Horlda. on to-
'I'1II11t\1"J'1Sl' ciifucnUnder wlt the 20th. day of July. A. U 1925 10 Bring entire
at familyto
Mr. your
I Wiggins at home the
Sara was Possible
Hope and Georgia Haynes, on Says Governor. o clock a. m. at hi. office nt tho courthnuso In thin 1
I famous Mat-
city on
tho splendid dncction of Margaret Williams, Pauline Anders, ': subject and he gave a very helpful tit, tuwn of Starke. Bradford county Florida
I Jacksonville, June 14. Reasons for for nn Order to cell at private aate a one- an/aH hay and the wide
!Mrs. J. K Kicklitcr, .Sr., the Girls'Auxiliary I.muse Edwmds, Annie !Murrhee, and uiiprceiutod' address. All were fourth undivided. Internet uf Charles Francs, Atlantic Enjoy lIme\ Sum
und thi-. Royal AmbaSHU- I Vomln Innian l Dorothy) nnd, Carol [pleased with his remurks.Hev. not approving some of the legislation Hunt minor heir of Frank licks deceased mer sports and "Old
passed the W2"; state legislature in and to the following deacribed lamb
by to-
dors, composed of junior boys, gave Whit.-. Cora Belle Strickland, Frances Daugherty gave some good ,,' wit: World""' charm betides
TII! Seals Louise, Kite Ti- thoughts on the improvement of were given here yesterday by Governor East Threc-fourtha" of Fant-hnlf of Southeast
a pageant nt the Uaptist church lust I mil Marie pro-. 'I nevel", In the delights of
!' .John W. Martin, who with Mrs. fimtrUr Station 82. Township 7. Run, e
over the license ; .
Sunday morning at 11 ::00 o'clock. All I son, Marguerite Prevatt, Clarke Gill, system. Twenty-two Said antis situate! and lyitw initrtidford the benches and benefit
of the scripture mentioned! in the I Elizabeth HoUinirnwarth! Leslie:' Dr. Tucker called attention that ,'I Martin motored from Tallahassee County. Florida. immensely In tho bracing

j program was memorized by the children I riiirirK. William Edwards, A. W. Anderson some people said! before prohibition I for the weekend.The This llith day of June 1925 W C. HUNT.Gttardtnn milt air.

and distinctly recited before Jr., )Edward Green, Innian became a law if you vote [prohibition act purporting to make an appropriation !; for Charles rnncia 'Hunt, Minor; Magnificent Beaehts

their audience. Below IB an outline I Green, N. '1'. nnd 1 Tommie Ritch, Don bustncas will be killed\ and the grass of $1320,000 as a fund a-lU-It-7-17. | Wonderful Surf Bath

of the program: I Slilley, John Adams A. Z. A(Ik int., will grow in your streets. Then he from which counties might borrow MlIUK' OV SALENotIce : ing

e \ DoxoluKV Congregation, Tholmii Jr., Resale and (',,1,11 Thomas, Frank called attention to tho great business the sum of $20,000 for a period of .. Summer Golf

::1 Andrcu, pianist. JU'iningwa\.. Elliott and Joe Edwunis prosperity of the country under ten years for the purpose of increasing In In the hereby(tttnto glt.-nlo.., Felix all Hnrdee poraotid. Ionff.inti.icMtiHl Historic Scenery

Lord's prayer recited in concert. Thelma Andreu, of Stuart, A. I' (prohibition; the; greatest prosperity : their school terms was vetoed by Into nf. Hrndford Count. Florida diceaiecd Splendid hol.nccommo.\ -

\ H'mn-Sond the l.ill'ht-School. II. Kirby, of Jacksonville! Julian, unit the countrj has ever known. Then he [ th.> chief (executive, he said, first be- frarvt That I Long Cornelia Comer Luntr.A. Guard l I.onit.nn Pleasant of Ma\'"-.* elation For ra too nnd.I any

j I Scripture: Exodus :M) : 1-17-Recited J. I.. O'Glenn nnd Harold Smith, of called attention to the improved cuti'-e there is no mortpy from which Lung Richard; Lone, Lola; C. Loot no.1 l \\ >1- (oth.I 't. I information you de-

i : by 20 Junior boys and girls. GaineHville, Mattie 111.1HllCllby.\ I' temperance condition. Giving figures such n fund" could be set aside. hum A. D.N.11128 Lone at, 10 will oelock on the a.20th m In day the of rnorn.Julv '-iii.. addiiis. *

Prayer-Mrs. J. F. Kicklitcr Sr. Margaret\ Ann Malpas, D. L. Rigby i> to vhov\ that before Prohibition theru "Next GovOrnor1artln snld, "it Inn apply to the Honorable' Gco. A. GardlnirOxjnty ,
i b of r
Judge of Bradford l1u,01.,, ... I r 'mmnicp,
i Annonuce", ntH Charles Lucian Clara Flume Elizabeth Green, Jean was nianui'actuied, and drank in the applies to all the counties and many at the. cnurthouifu In Stork, Florida, fi,. miortki 1'. uffl Do-' i:.: ;
, Kickltter.Offering.. Collins, Vivian Kite. Evelyn Wllt' on. United States 100 million gallons of of the counties of the state, in fact, to Bell at prKntu sub, nil the r L'ht

of Jacksonville, Virginia Fugate, of spirituous liquors, while last year the majority, of them, do not need to title .and Pleasant! Internal of A Margaret Long.. Richard!.,", ,,, Cum LonK,'r VLnnir

I Prayer-Elmer McMillan. Archer.' there v\'as consumed us a beverage borrow money in that way. That small I.onu, LoU C. Lonv and William. 1'I."ne..
only the sum would' not mean much to the minor hitni, of Felix Hnrdco Lonv. d|,'", ,im'1 t .
Talk on the work of the Girls'; Auxiliary --- --- possible amount of 30 million In nnd to tho folloninir dtfecrtbcd r.nl] eftnitriiluuteil '
: ]( and Royal Ambassadors-Direc \UTIST EVANGELISTIC gallons including shine and j larger ones, even if they should dc- and belnn in Bradford County, I I r-
< tor. BROTHERHOOD NOTES hooch; that before prohibition two sire to borrow. Besides that, they can Ida 'to-wlf: ,
South hnlf of
I southeast quarter of m ct n
R. A. Tool Box Demonstration billion l fifty mJllion gallons of beer > borrow all the money they want 2. ,lounithip\ H. Botitli range -1 east .anil \\<.'t, \
i A. Coys. Gospel Ten ma held services Sunday was drank while last year no beer I'I from private sources. Another reu- half of northeast limit! r nn. ,1 l tHt half '

-;": Sonar-The r King's Business-R. A. I at the following places: Hellbronn was mtule. No one had seen a bottle NOTICE OF EXEtUTOHa noithwr-Ht northwutt, quarter quarter of and section northwtiHt. I 11.Vn'h quart' ,,;. if 6.
I" Doys.r Springs. church ut 1 II 1 ::00 u. in.; of beer for two years. While liquors ': SALE HI.uth. tango -I I taut containing, J80 ncrtTj ,
Hampton 8.00) t leo iaat half I of bli"ck 10 a* extenikil in ,
Bc'-Milcs the talks
p. in. | used to into IN RE: EiUte of !Mary Hopkim, deccnurr! ,
i t Pageant-Happiness-18 gina and by the laymen there was special musicat come our Florida towns Noticu I In h rrhr| alvpn (lint we. John Emityri innp i of stnrkt, i\ett| OIK hun rod\
6 boys. by the car load now all that is stop- '-ulim nnt! Knt Livingston" Executor nnd ---
Song America I both services. I ped. In our own of- '\''e'tri.' r...|....."\*>ly of tit> Mtnti, of Mary
-G. A. and R. A. For next Sunday the teams community our j "I.klno.! Intiof BrnilfniM County florida
are assigned '
Pageant-An American und Others are doing their sworn duty in rl.I ci>itf -R. A Doys. I as follows: \Vateroak church enforcing law and all good! citizens .th,> 20th tiny of July.. A. D. IOJR. lit t.ni
'I 3 J. E. Norman '"' 'luck a. m thcrecm. to the Honornble Ceo
p. m., chairman
( Song-We've a Story to Tell the 11'1. should stand by them. The next meeting \ 'Inrtllnor. County Juilir. of BriMlforil Coun- II
: I. Nation-0. A. i Wiggins, Wesley Morgan, J. L. will be announced later.l'ilESlIY'l'ERJ.tN, Iv F'loritln nl I hin office In the crnirthouite ntstnrkf. I[#!
Underbill lloilbronn church a.1 llrnrlronl County. Florida, for
11:00 an
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: Closing pray IT- :Mrs. F. I ,.. .\U ,
A. Scott. J. F. Kicklitur < r to 0i at A i rl\nte' unit for distribution : :
am chairman
p The many bright girls and J. \ I 'in hrlra. at law and In compliance with the I i .
boys I Reddish and G. W. Alderman. 111.1 j ln.t will and testament of the nud Mary, H"",".
r contributing to this carried The usual services kin. UecintHil, the .
program :I The next regular business will be held in .followlnff dneribed real
out their parts I meeting the relate lylnif nnd hi Inir. In Bradford County
beautifully Presbyterian
I't I and the of the Brotherhood will be held at : church as follows: Slut' of Florid. towltlSrinthw
large! iuulieiic-e was delighted with I the Baptist church, Starke June 25th.I I 10 o' lock a. m. Sunday school. .it iiuartrr of Southonit quarter. of
the pleasing nvrviee conducted the 11 I o'clock Section, 21 Townahip A South Ran". 22 Fas'.
by at 8:00 n. m. preaching subject: ..
children. : p. m. iW(1( I and "otninhit' 40 acre*. more or \Ivea.ThlK .
.1 1 All Roads Load to Jesus. Jun. inth 1925..JOlt' .
I __. By invitation of Rev. Hicks,
, -'- -- -- pastor 8 o'clock .',.r.ow. En..tor.K .
frh JMEEIING% : OK l ROMANS: :! CLUU I of the Baptist church at Hampton, The p. m. preaching subject: \ CE IIMVOsTOV! Ettitrlx.
the Evangelistic Brotherhood of the'' Blessings of Poverty. ".'.,tot r Mary Hopklna, Deceased
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I Tho Woman's Club held their last New River Association held services 8 o'clock p. m. Wednesday prayer

I). 1( meeting of the club year Wednesday I lit Hampton Sunday evening. I service. Choir practice will follow the .*-.*.*._**-_-.*.,*.........f".t
l Afternoon, Juno 10th with the presi Quite, prayer service.At I
a number of Starke French of
people attendedthe ", FE today
0 (
I dent Mrs.
J. II.( Hitch, in the chair. services. the prayer service the thoughts I Kidney AndBladder 1THE
'. After the regular routine of business will be centered about the prophecyof '-;--- famous as pastry
\ I Mrs. Clark I If
in the name of the
IKrlloUIST the I'
coming Christ
r.j ? Flower makers but they wouldnot
f and Relief Department of the A cordial, invitation Trouble ,
W. C. T. U. gave $;S to the club. The Sunday school 10 is extended to now think of using the crude methods
; Jtible class of the Methodist at a. m. attend the above services. pictured
school also ;'i The superintendent( pastor and HOBO KIDNEY:' AND BLADDER here that were them
gave $ as n token of ap- I teachers held a workers council last''II MIM'TKS f : OF cn'COl''ICII.: I employed by some
tireciation for the
..- I building. And the use Junior of Club the gave club I Sunday and are planning ways to In-I'1 The city council- of Starke met in REMEDY centuries ago. They like ourselves, must have a

: $10. The Mother's Club is very proud i I crease interest and attendance during regular session June 2, HI:!:;. with all'!' Kidney und Bladder troubles are
of the capable enthusiastic Junior I the summer months. members present. .1 I usually found among the following Modern

,,. I Club and very aPPreciative' of their I Preaching nt 11 a. m. and 8! p. m. I Minutes\ of the last meeting were ,. complaints: Bakery Equipment

untiring efforts during\ tho past yesr.t I Prayer meeting Wednesday evening read und approved. Sour stomach-Poor Digestion

/t. The following officers were installed at 8 o'clock. This mid-week ,] It was, brought to the attention of'' Biliousness-Impure Blood-Constipation in order to produce the toothsome dainties
1'. for the coming year: service is increasing in interest and the council that there had been some I I --Tired and Sleepless Feeling.. that are
1 President-Mrs. J. Jr, Ritch. attendance. violations by the plumbers of the Ask your neighborhood druggist" demanded. Our customers tell us that our pastries are

Vice l'rl'sldl'nt-\lr8.: L. A. Davis. I pluinbinjr regulations of the town. about this money-back guaranteed always as good and frequently better than the home
i (Eect'etarIrs.: K. M. Johns. ;\lIo! GlUCIE I-'OOG hONoREE !air. Jones made a motion that where I treatment.
kind. The
Treasurer-:Miss Mabel Weller. there were any such violations in the Hobo Kidney and Bladder Remedywill secret is baking genius plus modern equipment.

g Chairman of Education MM. T. J. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian future that license of plumber be re-1 I put \ou back on your feet the
QUtlltJand cltanlinus
Alderman. church enjoyed a specially yoked by the council. Mr.' Alderman same as it has done for others. i are Ihi twin motion

( v Oh..it-man of Lell'ltlllltlonlr J. good meeting at the home of Mrs. D.I' "seconded, the motion and It was car- ,' I ,1 of thit bakery at all lima. ,
; L Perk. G. HarMti, I on Van Iluren street HOBO MEDICINE COMPANY ,

Chairman fIu; ic-.Mi... D. E Monday! it*" .. nun. i ii rled.The touncil took up and! passed! an I I ,
f Knight. I II.\ --'i-, I.-"-,. i c" | i, i urdinnrci making the speed limit of Iteaumont Texas STARKE
M Chairman of I- ... 'I I the c.i, >.1101.'> pre-idi I ;Mrs' J. the BAKERY
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salads, meat loaf, baked beans etc, Tutt's Pills A., 4GS now reads "shipments must'': i I eporU of the early summer Florida
will be on sale. I not bo ic-c-cived when consigned "or- \I rush

'" I1its Olq J.eul Mr. and ;Mrs. J. M.: Alvarez motored The arM Jo.a.eoni.he. the invalid Must-en :I, S .,iCE"I'TAXiii ./ATION

to Suwannee Springs last' Sunday, ivinti immediate r.li.f. r.t.ut..tiiiir Seaboard Air Line is very commen- I The I.,."",1 of Bounty ootniniMioiwm of "r.... +
whore they met Miss Aileen Alvarez I bowoU.nJ diuMtivo 9ry.nt*Inducing. ilnMo furl couiiiy, Florid will OMsit at iho cow' tIUUXM .
anti {
if acceptable by the Southern .
I in the elerlt'l office Monday July i
Ill() rJlltltill nnd Billy Graham who have been Freight Association will mean 1jtl''lIt : eta na n team: of |uillMi* for time\ purpot r
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. GOOD DIG CSTIONMonday assistance to tho growers and J>f hrnrlnir comiilnint and pMalvltif' Iwtl-
tlwn1u ,
tu real
mulls as any property or
Concerning Our People Business and Rhodes, of Tallahassee, and the party shippers of tho state Growers I1II\Y'i*"rftoniil. f.r mixed. iu flMMl Dy the county
returned to Starke Sunday evening. 1. then t nMM*'**.-r fiir.thu Vast 1020 simlnit tbmtum .
ship "ordor! notif |
cvr Pro gres of the County and Town and Tuesday at the home of n or niitnti of alien property.'.
Judge and\ :Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins. .1 group of carriers in tho southern territory J. M liltOWNLRR: ,
Mrs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami, who made a proposal to the Southern \ .'.l Chairman of D"ard.tt. .
has been visiting her parents, Col. I Freight Association that they i,. \tnERMXV..
I.I !Mr I"HIrs.\ A. "'. !Moore, Miss .
should rinIt amiiuhi i- H.U-.I'S
and Mrs. C. L. Peek, left Saturdayfor lie allowed the refusal to accept -J --- --
WEATHER REPORT I Fresh dressed hens, ice berg let- New York, from which port she Marguerite) Moore and John Tlncken, shipment of fruits and veni--
tuce, celery, lemons at the Square will! saH with her husband, Dr. Say- I all of Jacksonville, were guests Wednesday tables to anil! between southern points
Weather Report for week ending of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. !Moore
Deal Market. lea, and a party of friends for a trip that were billed "order notify."
June 17, 1925.
Date Max, Mln I tibroad. Miss Lillie Mae Anderson, of Lulu, TRAVEL TO rtORIOA. .
Degrees Degrees Mrs. Chalker and two little sons, of has entered the summer school at the NOW SAID 1IKAV1EU THAN
June Jl 82 72 I Bethlehem, Pa., came Monday and are Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, of Lakeland, B. II 5. building. !Vise Anderson Is TH\T OK WlMT.lt:
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu and family, also Miss
June 12 82 72 stopping at the home of :Mr. and Mrs.L. :
A. M. Jacksonville!: June I !. More
Darby. IIannah Swindell, of Stuart, came to : tourists -
June 13 89 72 V. Moore.
south into Klorida
arc moving
the farewell
Starke recently to
June 14 82 74 from the states north and west of tho 1.1'3lllll1'e! : .J .'. Austin for
June 15 84 73 Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Collins and lit- sermon of their former pastor, Rev.J. TO VOTE ON "IJOS3Y" AG\IX Ohio river at the present time than hunter\" at Kii I1L ,hey lake, fl-19-lt I
June 16 87 72 tle daughter, Jean, and Mrs. II. II. J. Culler. !Mrs. Limbaugh returnedto even during the winter season, aocoidinn v
June 17 DO 73 Young left Monday for u motor tripto Lakeland Saturday.Mrs. The special net put through the : to tho Dixie Highway Association 1 h' OR HJ.-:: Ktaiitiful) cottage on- I .
Total rainfall for week .B7 Inches. Tampa. last legislature to give Stnrko nu- I headquarters' at Chattanooga, Kin -ItLuk.... Apply Nat Stern-
J. II. Poppell and Miss Isla thority to prevent livestock from Tenn. Most of them are seeking investment berg. ,1I

Mrs. Josephine Edwards is In Jack I Hollis V. Knight left Tuesday for Poppell left for Mrs. Poppell's home roaming: the streets of Starke, and getting in ahead of next' I
sonville visiting! relatives.II. Gainesville where he will resume his in Starke. She has been spending a their impounding, was passed with a winter's rush according, to officers of I.'onI.F.:: Genuine Missionary
referendum by representatives.Voters the association, and weather does not !'l"lIwlH'rplulltll" from Salisbury, I
studies at the summer term of the week hero with her son and daughter- our 1 1lnr
C. Landrus has gone to Kansason University of Florida. Inlawfr.! and Mrs. J. C. Poppell. of the town, qualified at the enter"The into weather their calculations.is fine in Florida," \ :\ >lnul. Leave your order early .
a business trip. i Miss Isla expects to spend about two last general election will vote for the those who hnve spent summers hero Ed L. Browne. lit A Starko It' l "

Mrs W. F. Barefoot and daughters, months in Starke.-Plant City Courier acceptance or rejection of this special tell the new tourist, | ----- "

Miss Leah Struth Is in Plant City of Sanderson, Miss Marguerite Dar I act on Tuesday, June 30th. Miss Maude B. Roberta!, secretary WANTED-Will par rash for small "
visiting her sister, Mrs. Sid Johnson.) by, of Olustee, were guests Tuesdayof Starke has been without livestockon of the Dixie Highway Association, I' property in Stnrko not to exceed :
:Mr.\ and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Miss Jeanette Turner, of Jackson- our streets for several months, yesterday wired to the TimesUnion'from $1,000; seine fruit preferred. Also

Cracklings and home made lard.(II ville, Is doing stenographic work in and ns n great majority of our citizens -I I Chattanooga as follows: | country property between 8 and tO

Deal Market. The young people of the B. Y. P. the real estate office of G. M. Inman, favor such a move, it was decided i "E. J. Walker, division passenger I acres not to exceed $1,600, some fruit
Square U. had an enjoyable swimming party and Miss Johnson, of Denver, Colo- to /settle! the question for all time agent of the Nashville, Cliatanooga preferred, I IVs mllo limit. It. C.

I' Thursday evening at Kingsley lake. I rado, has accepted a position as by the passage!: of n special act. This and St. Louis Railway, Chattanooga: ) Cloyd, Stnrko, Weller St. between
Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Monday and Delicious eats were also enjoyed.Mrs. stenographer! in the law office of Col. act covers all livestock, excepting stated today that travel via the Dixie I' 7th and 8th Sis. It*
Tuesday in Jacksonville.John J. L. Frazee. :Miss Turner and Miss dogs.lIE.1LTY! Flyer to Florida. is threo times as : .
heavy now ns this time last year, .FOR[ SALE-MISSONARY STRAW-
W. L. Edwards, of Jackson Johnson are stopping at !Mrs. O. J.Griffin's DOINGS: FOR THE WEEK trains crowded.! It ia a frequent oc- i BERRY PLANTS These are the 'f

Fincher, of Atlanta, is visiting ville, spent Wednesday and Thursdaywith private boarding house. curenco that extra equipment isl, improved variety, strong sturdy
his brother, W. T. Fincher. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 15. J. Sapp to E. A. Snpp-40 acres needed at Chattanooga/; to take care plants from fresh stock from
Struth, Sr. :'>Ir. and Mrs. J. F. Klckliter, Sr., in 14-S--M:! and 11-8-20; tract in lt-0- of overflowing business. I I :Maryland expert growers, plotted

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph I are entertaining a number of boys at 20 and! lot in New River. "Travel is composed mostly of t 1 February Ith, and In prime condition
office. Hugh Brownlee, Jr., Mrs. J. E. their Kingsley lake cottage this week. Mabel No Futch nnd Mary Brownlee motoredto The guests lire the members of the blk 4. Sturke, Walnut street. I(I seeking investments in Florida rent prepared to furnish any desired
organization called Royal estate and laborers who havo evldpntly quantity from 1,000 In 1,000,000
Jacksonville Friday and were missionary Eliza Cason to T. n. Handley, of
Joe Hill Williams, Esq., of Lake heard of great amount of construction S. Wil i
It. II.
Butler business visitor to ', guests of :Mr. and Mrs. :M. C. Stith. Ambassadors, and the camp is conducted Kuifcml -4n| acres in 28i2I.Empue in Florida. Mama Young, .t1 '
was a
now underway Starko Fin. G-12-3t.
along the lines of a missionary ,
Lumber Co. to J. W. Sur- Automobile club .,'
Starke Wednesday. I' "The Chattanooga
I T. T. Long, of Cocoa, Miss Margaret summer assembly. Mrs. Kickliter is rency-.10 acres in 11-7-10. reports tourists travel passing south FOR SALE-Opportunity to buy a 'I

II. M. Snyder made a business trip to Long, of Titusxille and Miss director for the bojs and the whole GroJ\'l'r-tl'wlut Drug Co. to A. T. through Chattanooga as heavy now paying farm und pecan grove. 1C8aril's.

Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. Carolyn Fripp, of Kisoimmee, spent party report a splendid time. Threads-ill mid T. Paul Sydney, of I''a" it was lust fall. I 2 miles from Starke on waded I) :
I I Sunday with Mrs. F. II. Long. Pinollu county-40 acres in 2822. I "It seems to be the general beliefthat ron'10!; / acres in cultivation, 15 ,
The Spnrtnnburg (S. C.) Herald, O. W Dynl to Florence R. Cobb, of bettor investments may be \I1n.l"I I I I
W. A. Colley and daughter, ( acres in trees 250, 100
/ ; pecans
of June 11th, states that !Sirs J. I than during winter season.
linker l'IIunt-49 acres in 2S-// -21.i I now
Lois have to Georgia to visit I Mrs. Mable Gillispie and children, C'1 bearing;; 70 sand pears, 100
gone into
I Diggs, who was one of a party i II. Y. Crown to K. W. Hunter, i Weather doesn't seem to enter
who spent several weeks here with
relatives. I seventeen, left on that date for a'' I it all, business is going to the land of peaches, plums, oranges, persimmons
Jacksllllvill.-Lot blk 27
her mother, Mrs. W. A. Colley have : varieties of ,
I I trip to Los Angeles, Cal. Friends |( (lowers for the honey that may beflowing" figs, two .
to Starko. I ,.'
The 20th Century Bridge Club met returned to their home in Ft. Meade. | grapes!, and other fruit trees; 400
here of Mrs. Diggs will be interestedto I
T.. N Kendrick to K. W. Hunter,
Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs.S. .1 I I know of her having this delightful I The Chattanooga report confirms chickens, 25 hogs, It head I cattle, i'
L. Peek. Mrs F. C. Hollingsworth! and Mrs. Jacksonville--4.60 acres in Starke the surprised comments of Jacksonville one horse, one muleequlppod; with ,
trip. Before returning to Sport-
Ida Hollingsworth are spending this bounded by Call, Christian and Orangestreets. men and women who have taken necessary farming implements;
nnburg Mrs.\ Diggs will go to Ashland
week visiting relatives in Plant City trips North and returned recently. Good buildings anti out buildings.
Mrs. C. J. Williamson, of Jackson and St. Petersburg.Mrs. Oregon to visit her brother. G. C. Tillls to II. L. Tillis, of Ala- T. n.) Guthrie, manager of the Jacksonville ',: Apply to owner. Geo. A. Gardiner,
ville, spent the week-end with her chug county-40 acres in 35-0-22. trnfllc bureau, who returned fl-5-tf.
sister Mrs. W. T. Fincher. The normal school the last week from rate hearing at Starko, Tin.
N. E. Mahone, :Mr. and Mrs. opened at S. L). Wills to Raymond & Thorne a .
Bradford County high school building -40 acres in 31721. Atlanta expressed Ills amazement nt
Warlick and two children of SEED
Home made sausage and fresh. Valdosta Ga. week-end last Monday morning, with a L. J. Wynn, Fred C. Ciiry, trustee,I the length and crowded condition of ,
guests south into
country pork at Square Deal :Market. :i of :Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. goodly attendance. I'rof. S. S. Dow- I and Elizabeth R. Burgess to Hampton -I Florida-bound Jacksonville.trains Early pulling reservations! at- C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-

i ___ ling, assisted by Supt. H. B. Wiggins, I Tie & Timber Co. -Tracts in 25/ Atlanta are an necessary now as In outs' $1.00 per bushel. (Four cent
Wells of Jacksonville, was are the capable instructors. This & 30-7-21 SO 31 32 33 & 31-7-22 3 I ) f. b. Lowell, Fla.
Roger :i Western beef, spring lamb, nutmargarine ; ; the height of tho winter Reason, he I Isaiil. pet> pound o.
Attending to business in Starke Wed. i I school will continue two months and 16 & 1(1-8-22.( :! 1. II. T. HALL COMPANY.

nesday.L. I I I Deal! Market., best to be had, at Square I includes classes for those who expect I I. _.P., J. Pearce _to Hampton Tie & I Other travelers have confirmed the ]-9-tf.. Lowell, Fla. L
to take teacher's examinationin .
I Timber Co.- 10 acres in 2.8.22.B. .
E. Jordan, of Oveido, spent Sun !i I :Mrs E. S. Matthews, Miss Florence August, and also high school stu- |I B. Hunt to Hampton Tie & Timber -
the home of I dents who wish to review certain ('o. ID
day here ns a guest nt Matthews and Eugene Matthews acres In .V8-22.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. 1 brunches. I ('. E. Harper to Hampton Tie &
I motored Palatka
I to Wednesday nndwere I
I Timber (... DAVIS I & CO.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Gracie -120 acres in 'tO-7-2J.:! J. R.
Levy Canovn of Jacksonville, spent., Richard. I' Misses Cola and Fogg are SE.\1I0\nn) : :ASKSlftTLE\ --
for Graham where
leaving today they
)Ir. and I '
Sunday with his parents, I' ,
i will spend a few days, after which I WHICH \\oru KEsri/r! {
Mrs. E. E. Canova. I Miss Isla Poppell, of Plant City, has Miss Cola will go to New Hampshire IN GROWERS'! IIENEFIT I i INSURANCE Iii
entered the summer school nt the B. I fur the summer, while Miss Grade I I II
Joy Wheeler and J. W. :Morgan I left I II. S. building. While here Miss Pop- will go to Gainesville, where she will Oilundu June 13.-Application for ,
Monday in the Hollywood bus for a ,pull will be with her grandparents, I attend summer school at the University I j I pormitiMim to ship vegetables and ,, AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1086 tj
trip to the noted Hollywood. : Mr. and Mrs. J. H. POPPI.I1.I I The Misses! Fogg will! not return fruits from Florida points to New
I I to Live Oak the coming school "
> Illl II I I. I Yoik under plans "order notir has
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Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Johnnie S. Baisdcn, who; has spent jear. Miss Gracie Fogg, who hasi jut been made to the Southern STARKE FLA.
been an efficient member of the facul- I
office.N. the past three weeks in Starke with i Freight Association in Atlanta by tho
of school the
I Suwannee high past
his parents, returned last Friday to I Itv three years, having accepted the Seaboard Air Line railroad. J. Chas. I

Sternberg and family have mov- I Philadelphia, to take up his duties in I position us principal of the Thono- I ;Munseti of ihc Growers and Shlp- r= -
ed out to their Kingsley Lake cottage the navy tosassu junior high school. This Is a pir ir League! of Florida wan informed
for the summer I promotion for Miss Fogg and her I I'I her this morning, I I

I Mrs. E. K. Perrymnn and little son, mdny friends here, while regretting I 'llu iippln at in', refers to north I b 1r
Wilbur A Scott left Monday evening Emmett Key, Jr., left Saturday for ': that she is leaving us, will rejoice (,1 biinid/ tiiiflli( only aid: in the territory
for Atlanta where he will spend Kinston, N. C., where they will I| with her in this recognition of her "WI r "if liiiiralu mid' I Pittxburg. The'l lill'
several days. spend several weeks with Mr. Perryman. -ability and evidence of the successshe i undii,, ,r n. i, I 11 I of c (;Jlenn's I. C. C.
r is making in her chosen profes
sion.-The Suwannee Democrat. '
Give us a trial-Sure to Please.
Square Deal Market. I Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage II. :M. Snyder went to Snnford It Makes The

blanks, option contracts, warranty Wednesday I .
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned Wed- I deeds, retain title notes, turpentine -I I Whole Tire
nesday from Cocoa, where he was the leases, etc., for sale at the :Miss Marguerite Shriver spent I

guest of Mrs. Roscoo McLane. I Telegraph office. I Thursday in Jncksom'ille. Ile

i I More Flexible
:Mrs S. A. Barefoot, of Plant City, I Mrs. E. T. King and children, of I Sirs W. E. Martin and Charley I
spent last week here with her son. P. 1 Quitman, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Steams motored to Green Cove Mon
:M. Barefoot. 'I Wilder, of St. Petersburg, are guestsof day. I'OIJ ) earn, the head of the
Mr. and Mrs Joe Edwards and :Mr. tire wax built l b>' all manufactures > I

Mrs. Emily Philips, who has been o and Mrs. Prescott, of Sampson City. F. A. Scott returned Saturday from aa !separate
visiting :Mrs C. L. Peek, returned Lakeland where he was the guest of unit. Nearly Two Hundred Years Ago

Thursday to her home in Dunedin. I Messrs. J. M. Alvarez, E. L. Biggs his brother, Rev. George F. Scott. Then belly tried loopingthe
and Paul E. Canova are spending two head into the cords of

A daughter was born to Mr. and days in Avon Park looking over recent Mrs. II. O. Brown and children returned -I the tire fabric itself. r
Tire R. J. Davis Sunday evening. The I purchases of real estate in that Tuesday from Jacksonville Kven Kelly was surprised Benjamin Franklin began to save his pennies.

young lady has been named Ida Lula. section. where they visited Mrs. Brown's sister at the re.MiIt. It made the those is still
started savings it
The business he on
I Mrs C. C. Strandberg. I whole. tire more flexible.I It
E. M. Johns and family have moved -I In the announcement last week of made possible' .I t the new h flexible flourishing today. :

out to their cottage at Kingsley ,i the opening of the Normal, the rate I Sirs W. E. :Martin, who has been' I Kelly t tread-a real 1 I t

lake where they will spend the remainder per month was given as $7.00. This visiting her sister, Mrs. N. B. Hull, nonskid tread that engages : You can earn dollars where Ben earned pennies '. ,
of the summer. was a typographical error, the correct left Thursday for her home in Red- the road with the f
figures being $7.50. lands. ease and silence of well oiled I ,
Legal blanks for salo at the Telegraph -, Rears and delivers even take
when Franklin had to ,
You can save safely, -
office. Just Opened up-New Marketnear mileage than I the I
Mr. and Mrs. W.I.! Wainwright more ....
station. Come in and give us a motored to Oak Hill Wednesday and tire that made t the Kelly- i a chance with a worn-out p ,?' o' ..
Mrs. W. J. Carlton, of Jacksonville\ I trial order. Deliver anywhere. Square were !guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeB. lield name famous!
came Wednesday afternoon and Is the Deal Market. Flynn. Here is the best tire Kelly I, You can earn interest, on savings depositedwith :.
guest of her brother, Judge!: A. Z. Ad- has ever built. ( 'omme in I II I '

kins. E. J. Roberts and son, Earl Roberts, Mr. and !Mrs. O. W. White and chil- ,I and let us show von one. i us, where Franklin earned roe 1

of Lawtey, were visitors Friday afternoon dren left Tuesday morning for a motor I I II And have no chance t
Miss! Free Wynn, of Hampton, has I at the home of Dr. and Mrs. trip to Lee, where they visited yet you say you
entered the summer normal school E. L. Di l"s. Earl Roberts returned friends. KELLY FLEXIBLEICORDf I
and is stopping with her aunt, Mrs. last week from New Orleans wherehe

F. A. Scott. II has spent the past term as a medi- Miss Ethel Griffin returned from See Us About It 1r

cal student in Tulane University. Jacksonville Saturday. While away

I I Miss\ Griffin attended the marriage!: of
Albert H. Freeman M. D. There will be a called meeting of her cousin, Miss Lelia Dyal to :Mr ;
Announces the removal of Mi the Woman's Club Saturday after Horace D. Gr'aham. BANK OF STARKE ,'
office from noon at four o'clock at the club house. J

i The purpose of the meeting is to :Mrs. :'M E. K-Kvarrls; and daughter .J.:
St. James Bldg. Jax, Fla. adopt a new motto for the club. Members Miss Mnble, of Gainesville, spent The Bank of Helpful Service t

to i please be present.

PRACTICE LIMITED TO I The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Fireproof Garage I
I church wil have a cooked 30 minutes with
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, I
Nose and Throat. 4t i food sale at Hull's tnre. Saturday Tar-a-sit-i-cide for 50 cent STARKE. FLA. '
I June 2oth at 4 o'clock Cake*, pit--. Sold h> Mitchell's Drug store.

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average crop since the World Wart I HAMPTON I 11 aunt, Sirs. L. II. Badenbauzh) Sunday.I here with friends last week. r
: iiid above the normal world Rev. E. S. Taylor will preach at the ', Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Youngblood of '
: "'Sal1i ment fur consumption The British Hampton, June 19.-Miss\ Eleree ,Christian church next Sunday morning Graham were visiting frtenu und

r ( istmiatu of exportable surplus and Jlardm, of Jacksonville, visited ;i and evening.Mr. relatives here Sunday. I

'IUlrementa-now' generally accepted friends here lust :Sunday: I I C. B. Bryant and family, of Ft. I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore and

%1.1. Temptat'10US [ us shown by the market\-for the Mrs.' J. 1'. Sullivan has aa her, ;Myers, visited Mrs. Bryant's parents, daughters, Rosa, Edith and L"i". of
crop year ending July 1 is us follows: guests this week, her daughter and Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bedenbaugh, this I Starke were the guests of :Mr.Moore's .
'! I :in-plus uf exporting countries, laiiuly, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers week. | nice, Mrs. A. C. Hull and!

t : "J luuuJUO( bushel. and children, all of Miami. i, :Miss Eunice Saxon, who has been family one day last week.Mr. .

r AN 1 I.VIKUVIKXVVIIH=" : tt.tlUCN( ; ; 1ISIlElt 'J Illh Sl l .\Iu"tS .\:-;-U'1'llliylilIt\- :: Requirements uf importing coun- Last Thursday the Christian bun-r visiting friends and relatives here, ro-j : / and Mrs Walter Payne md,
'. : tries, 784,000,000 bushels. tiny school enjoyed a picnic at the turned to her home at Pompano last ,, children and ;Mrs.\ Payne's mother,
" ( Uy llenuk Miipstondjralleyrnnd Thus the collapse of a fictitious I lake. At ten o'clock the church bell Saturday.
f. "But you don't in il inland the reputed founder of and artincalfy inflated "bull" market. rung culling the merry crowd together Miss Cosine Bodenbaugh of Ft.
she told mu tu I'll( J"U ''hat-Gosh, Hall were shopping in Gainesville
I'f this ia hard-that-" modern Kinupeun: diplomacy{ and pohtnul brings with it a world-wide* advertisement und they were transported by Myers, visited friends and relatives Saturday afternoon.A. .

;' "Yes, yes, tfu on," 1 cncouiajjed. iiitngue, is sad to have boiled that our government olllcial estimates i automobile to the lake where they enJoyed ;here this week. C. Hall was the guest of II. W.
"That she didn't want you lore any down his philosophy, in substance, to are discounted and discredited I the morning breezes. The children Harvey, of Hampton Sunday.
\. \ lomger7't: I hI following, : "Society Is divided In- in the markets of the world. Moreover were chaperoned by Rev. and PINE: HILL B. E. and W. H. Hall of Hampton,

I, 1 o two cltiKKei-tho shearer: and the our Department uf Agriculture, Mrs. E. S. Tujlor. The program was were in our section one day last week.

u lowly und separutvU they erupt into uliorn. Wise men join the former und charged by Federal statute with the I well planned. Games were played und t Pine Hill, June 10.-Mr. and Mrs Mrs. A. C. Hall and daughter Mrs.E. .
my mind and then came the full avoid being taught with the Intterl"'I'he administration of the Grain Futures bathing was enjoyed and at the noon
L. Younublood
G. W. Sheffield were business visitorsto of Graham were
t f Import of their meaning.. Little ranks of American statesmen, Act, IB in the position of aiding the hour u delicious dinner was served
visitors to Wed
Staike Thursday afternoon. Keystone Heights
i threads of white flame crawled even of the present time-If we may I' false "bull" movement in !grain futures consisting of a general dinner withice ,
:Mr./ and :Mrs/ Bob Batten have nesday.
i through my brain, like tendrils tlt(ht- j judge by the Talleyrand standard which la the cause of the finan cream and lemonade used as des- as .
their her Forest
and mind. guest brother --- ---
i 1: 1 Thoughts erring would squeezing not;; form my clearly. of pollcical efficiency-ure not with cial collapse and all uf its attendant sort. They returned to their homes Brown from Georgia. SUBSCRIBE TO
out "wise men." In the field of commerce evils-including the effects( the about five in the afternoon and reported -
: Then 1 laughed. It was a hidaous upon :Mrs II. S. Wilson, <..f Tampa was THE TELEGRAPIIMJCIIELIN
sound, even raucous. and, finance, however, we behold price of bread to 25,000,000 families, a very pleasant time. I

"Don't, Sallie, stop it. Strive for the epitome of the Talleyrand the disastrous effect upun milling and Miss Gladys Allgood is spendingthis -
poise or your nerve will snap I'll philosophy carried out on a other cereal industries, the hazard to week, in Jacksonville, the guest
i I admit though, that j u've been cent scale, as wo watch the mallnlli-I the wheat-growing industry, and the of Miss Eleree Hardin.
I through enough tll make you go shears of the Chicago wheat commercial and financial failures following :Miss :Nora Wills has organized a .
\ crazy." New York Stock Exchange engaged in the train of a broken-down : sunbeam band here The enrollment I II :

," She gripped mj wuist and at her in theier springtime Industry of market. I the day of the organization was ,
touch, I regained some uf my com "fleecing the lambs" Thu wheat skyrocket started from seventeen and many other children ?

1 ?, posure. Spring: seems to be the sclentiflcal- its Chicago foundation early in the will be enrolled this week. MissSills
,I "So I'm ordered "ut. Mrs Divine jn their springtime industry of I jute political campaign at $1.03, soar- II" un enthusiastic, persevering{ young
doesn't want mu here. Oh! Ellie, I'm shearing the flock In the marts of ed to around $2.00 at the end of January lady who is looking for something to
1 i i so ambariiHaeii. Was it because of the speculation leant, that is notablythe kept up its high flight for about I do for God. This work was badly

late hour thin morning' case in the marketing of agricultural 30 days to $2.02 on March 3, and finally i needed here and we have great hopc-
t, "She Raid that she had been thinking commodities, such as wheat. fell to earth below $1.40 by April fur a faithful working bund. > 7
it und that if scandal
'.' came of over utrnnge behavior any she (.onnult recent hl"tory-the wheat 3. That was the route of the May future Last Sunday evening the pastor of
\ wouldn't your want Muriel's name to be market of li'Ju' of I'.i212\ and of 11)21.) I The July future which is timedto the baptist church, Rev. W. B. links,
mentioned, !1ho asked me to be very After the bulk of the wheat leaves tho catch incoming winter wheat crop who has been so faithful and so true Comfort"
tacttul about it as if there wcru anything Turin, during the autumn months, tho ranged 10 cents or more lower still; in his pastorate work here ask permission I : Cord
to bu gained by miserable dissembling. price begins to soar. The "bull" movement I while the September option, staged of the church to assist in a
It'a my fault, Sallie, forever reaches its peak somewhere between to meet the autumn spring wheat revival meeting at Lake Cutler and
getting you to coma here to the end of January and the crop, is around 15 cents below May. send to us a team from the Evange- | You can now get
these nouveau richo ( ?) people. They f first of March. Then the "wise men" The average farm price will naturallynet listic Brotherhood of the Santa Fe j

don't speak thu uniu language. They of high finance take their profits, the about 15 cents below the Chicago Association to take his place. The for
have pushed their wuy in through future the Brotherhood deserve much for balloon
determination and a lavish expenditure market collapses, the "public" shoulders ; so growers of the largely praise |'
I f of their money but-Well, they the wreck, and we have the increased lU2o;; acreage may look for- the program rendered. Interesting'and
)! '. just don't belong and when people "fleecing/ of the lambs." ward tu u farm price between $1 and helpful talks were emphatically | present car
I I $1.25. As this is not delivered! by J. T. Quigley and J. F.Kickliter your
i : don't belong, they will go to any Intrinsically, or in accord with the u political campaign -
i lengths to keep from jeopardizing/ law uf supply and demand, the wheat year, they must not expect of Starke, and U. W. Moore,
: J I their flimsy positions." : was more valuable in the spring, rainbow prosperity. of Theressa. A beautiful prayer for i I without changingrims.
"Hut, Ellie, what would father when the price was at the lowest ebb The companion prosperity show to the young people and all the church
think ? It would kill me to bow his than [in the peak-pricu winter months. that staffed in the Chicago: wheat pit general\ was offered in un earnest I
It proud" head in humiliation. Ii t Doth the carrying coats and the diminished was the stuck market .picture. thrownon and, inspiring! way by !Mr. Quigley. ',, .
i;, 110 doesn't liuvo to know it, Sal- supply should normally tho New York screen. The Chicago;: The song "Sweeter as the Years Go.
e, lie. We'll find some plausible reason have added to the value. But what "bull" show had the Department uf Bv" was beautifully rendered by
"You-returning.?" 1 questioned. I has the gueHtlon of cost or value to Agriculture for advance agent. The :\ Wilbcr Scott and John I Ilessrs. Inc Pporh.mntint comfort. plwj nnworwmen"In yearly.tavingt' rIdo of I

"Out Ellie;; I wouldn't have you get do with the gambling game of the New York Stock Exchange dramatic Powell. This interesting program was I Hundrrili. of dollars .Irt are and car
' I mixed up in it. And besides, your visit bulls and bears ? exhibition was fortunate in securing/ enjoyed by a large audience who will tuJU. -chat" .Is u>fiai ih.new 1 ichcllit
,I is the able and inspiring of always be delighted to hear those Com/art Cord elfin you It i* Profit
just cooperation
;"'J beginning. i Here we have it, in three years out f'im, ?i "Don't over think I'll have any- of four, the market price on the the Treasury and Federal' Reserve noble men who are rendering such to only half the >."ur.and M""*
1i thing/ to do with this hunch. I'll tell grain exchange drops un average of Donrd.! good and faithful service for the I j shoat the I am. f>ric .
f you I'm jolly well"glad to get away 70 cents a bushel In the brief period The Federal Reserve System, as .Master. |
from such people. of ((10 to UO ilay.H. 'I'he'ulume of tho originally conceived, was intended to W. P. Dirt and family, of Louise,1 i I
Andso we returned to Jacksonville. loss no man tan compute. If the Ions check the tide of the country's bank were the guests of Mr. C. A. nnd R.
I told father that Ellio nil I had
reserves to Wall Street for stock I.. Dirt last Sunday.Mr. SMITH'S
decided to cumv homo und that she were confined to the actual wheat GARAGE
was !going t" May with mo for a visit. handled, the shrinkage on the American speculation. For years the bank reserves and Mrs. F. A. Scott and son, '
I lie was triad to have us with him and, wheat crop would amount to of the entire nation would Wilbur, of Starke, were visitors here STARKE FLA.
was as happy an. u dozen bees to Ha- hundreds of millions of dollars per flood into Wall Street, and when the ;Monday.\
back at his beloved imlroad business. annum. Out the gambling/ is by no stock market boom eventually collapsed N". IVdcnbaiiuh. E. C. Witt and son, |
After we had been homo for about mean restricted to actual wheat as balloons and bubbles do, Otto Witt, of Lake City, visited their J.

' a week, there came a note from Mrs. I For c-very bushel' of actual wheat. the country had u panic; and even a .
I, Warren Fisher I was amazed and uncomfortably there may be scores uf bushels repre- school teacher out in the Far West '-- -- --- .- .-- -
puzzled at its content vented by "futures." could not draw her small savings

)i ,1 once"It,"Is it imperative begun abruptly that,I"I see have you ar-at i i I On "Black Friday" March 13, last, from the local bank, for the bank reserves -

ranged to visit a friend of mine in Chicago alone sold 140,000,01)0() bushels were in the stock-gambling

S I, Jacksonville and hope to have a private of wheat "futures." During the weekending wreckage
talk with you immediately upon :March, II, Chicago sold 527- So, twelve years ago, Congress
arrival." I I II ''I 000,000 bushels of wheat "future.or ." established the Twelve-District Reserve

showed it to rilio. Her face went.] double the "world visible sup System tu prevent the Wall
white. I had thought] she was dlstuibed 'I ply." In the month of February, the Street bank reserve concentration.More I
f when she told, me about the interview Chicago sales of wheat futures teached than that a check was placed I

with Mrs.!! Divine the morningof ''I ( 1,581,000,000 bushels-or, one-half un Stock Exchange gambling by iI I
our departure from. Miami but
i i the entire world production in theNorthern establishing a high rate on call loans. \
the note left her worried nod restless I The
and Southern hemispheres average call rate on stock exchange -
I could not account for her emotion. ,i, '.
The next afternoon, the telephone during the crop- 'ear 1112'-2,;. Indeed, loans for five years prior to
announced that Mrs. Warren Fisher tho Chicago sale of futures has no the autumn of 1921 was 6 per cent.
.' had I 1 I unless Is What was the call rate for the
.,' arrived and itvni decided that !parallel it the post-war in-
she should call on me a few hours .Int ftution of rubles, francs and marks. 1U2J-23 prosperity picture The lid
er. I|i The ultimate result of this American was taken off by the Federal Reserve I y \ mI_ I
Ellie said she would stay clear of future inflation finds a parallel: again I Board, and the call rate cut down to F
her as the note sounded like the call in European rubles francs and 2 per cent. Call loans got an interest
was to be strictly .private.. |I marks-asMtnews tfie meMtnlile collapse rate, not only less than half the cur-
I remembered Mr Fisher I had
+ as
rent commercial
and the shearing of the victims. rate on giltedged
seen her on the night of the> dance '
in Pensocoln. !She had come suddenly |i The defenders of this national paper but half that named by Secretory -
I upon us as her /husbnnd was making 1 Rambling game tell tho farmer: Mellon on his new issues of .
love I i "You do not suffer the Government bonds! I'
I to me anal was furiously jealous by transaction -
, though at thAt time he was Just' because when the market collapses llesides the 2 per. cent call rate I 1

harmlessly flirtatious. I only 13 to 20 per cent of the the Stock Exchange speculators were I
From the mnmont she entered. the crop Is in farm hnndn.. That is true inspired by a tide of loanable funds:: -
room, I could feel that the visit both as to the peak-price month and released by the kindly offices of the

would bo anything but plensant. She i tile date uf the collapse; and yet the I Treasury and Federal Reserve Board. : History as Happens
and wore an air that was Ill-humored wheat-miser suffers irreparable damage I Financial editors estimated that at
in three least $1,000,000,000 of the loanable
way I,
: "We
might ns well A'O at once Into
the matter" tie boiran! almost before I. Thu up-and-down market cuts funds was due to governmental bcnefIcenco. 'I I

she was seated I| down the normal mill consumption But the total of Stock Market I __.. ...... _
"Of course." I answered. I[ l b>' making the milling, baking, and loans, estimated by officials uf
"To begin with, I know everything other cereal industries a dangerous' the "Street" is placed nt more than '
\ -"she paused. waiting for some I1" || hazurd: while the artificial "bull" 12,000,000,000. I ISPENT

t, her sign announcement of discomfiture on my face from I I,| !price 2. The reduces inflated final "bull"consumption.market in- -SUNDAY-: -- AT KINGSLEY: I I One hundred years from now the history of Starke and

Fisher"You're" most nmMirn,"ti>, Mri. '' spires overproduction of wheat In The following were among those community will be written in less than one hundredth of
I said 1 pnliMv, "may I ask i
to be every wheat section of the globe. Tho enjoying/ tho day Sunday at Kings- : the words
you more explioitT" Department of Agriculture now necessary to tell you of the happenings
"It's Just this then, 1 I know of ley Lake Resort more familiarly
J conduct with mv hn-rinml. I nm aware your the effect of the recent "bullI'orner" !I known as Strickland's. landing/ I and developments each week. But who wants to wait a
of your trip with him on the train to is to increase the wheat acro- Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Powell Alachua ,
f Miami. I have he-en" informed in detail '! age of the spring whoat section 1 11 I Mr. and Mrs O. B. Powell and hundred years to learn what is going on?

about your little affair at the Inn I per cent for the crop now being sown. children, Old Town, Mr. and Mrs. W. ,
Need I dhotis the matter 1 ::1. Market inflation and collapse G. Powell :Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Powell
When subscriber the Bradford
flll'tbl'r1"I are a to Telegraph
I ; you County
was not used to denllnor I makes the wheat-raising
industry a Jr.II'! and :Mrs. L. S. Adams, MissAnnie ::
men like Mr\ Fisher She was a cold hazardous gamble in itself. The main have before ev
Powe'l Mrs.( Kate Powell I placed ii'cek'7tllihe
woman nfanlnMv' ,ilovold! of syml'm-I btnfT of life for I you you news
112,000,000( ( .
persons .J'h'k"oIWilt"(1'" : and Mrs. J. C.
thy ;
or n sense of humor.
!, "unbomlinir. Nr. halfway lI1en lIr"ova"8. becomes u counter in a gambling Oi.vvlev! Mirke: ; nnd Miss Iris God I of the day. Included with this news are the advertisements

This win this and\ that was that No irum, and the producers have about frey of Dothan Ala.; :Mr. E.V. I I of home-town merchants
concessions would, be made for, people ,|1 UM much chance for honest marketing Hayes and family, Star.eIr.! ; andStmtrling I your offering you new and seasonable

ti being stumblingly' human. of their crop n+ the followers ofromgetuoir I and family, Mrs. C. l D. Hill merchandise. Reading the ads only each week is
i "And l your rif''nndT Id he your at Mont Carlo have for Starke; Mr. Arthur Pierce, Lawtey; I I'i
y source of InformntlonT" I an honest fortune. ny. I an education in itself.Subscribe.
p It was a foolish question/ One of tho most unpleasant fea Kingsley Lake, Juno 12.-Mr. and :
"It wm not necessary for him to tures of the situation Is that the
inform !govl Mrs. R. R. The.le, of Lawtey, Louise :
regarded me mo she with loaned{incnntrollable forward 1 and. l 1 1J ornament itaelf-whether with the Richard and Maria Thcde Mrs. C. Y. ,, now for the Telegraph

II. >Icfon, "other Pwere watching sus.II. I! misaken notion of helping the farmer, !Mayo :Miss Ada Marie Mayo( David i,
your movement." 'I or for political reasons of Its own- :Moore Jacksonvlle; J. M. Edwards,
(To bo (Continued too often is a party to developing the J, T !Moore\ Jr., Lawtey; :Mr. C. C. I j Only $1.50 per year
inflated price bubble, which is tho Inevitable Starting! and family, Mrs. C. E. Hill ':
I h cause of the ultimate cnlInpse. and, children Misses Cora Lee and :, -+, ._- 4 _.
MRS. SUSAN MCD' .Win I I Early last season, the Department Susie Sunday Tampa; Leon Kite. i
DIES AT !SON'S: HOME of Agriculture aided the "bull Tampa.. ; Chief Kite and family, I iI I
J1ropaj anda" by estimating the Starke; :Mr. Arthur Pelrce, Lawtey '
flalnesvlile: June\ 11.: -:MM, Susan American crop as below normal and Mrs.' T. J. Knabb. :Mrs. L. B. Williams ;

McPavld. of Brooker. Bradford less than Bradford
I (county 700,000,000 bushels; whereas Mrs. W. B. Cone Mrs. T. M.Dnrman. County Telegraph
passed sway At the home of hrson. we had a bumper crop of 872,000-
MacClenny; Mrs. R. M.
R. T. McDa\M, of IJiCrosso yesterday 000 bushels
at the sea of 80 years. Services Then Tracy, :Miss Doris Tracy Orlando! ;
and interment, will be held at the "world scarcity" theory 11181nnle Carroll. Miss Aileen
Antlorh cemetery near I aCrosse at was heralded far and wide. :Now it ap Thompson, Miss Mildred Thompson
10 o'clock this morn In*. The death of pears that the world crop of around Miss Edith Frasier, Miss Mildred
Mrs. MeDnvH 'Is said to nave been 3100000.000 bushels, though: less than \I Frasier, Miss Emily Cone :MacClenny

t,"- caused. by old aq'''. j'Ithe record crop of 1923. I is above the were recent visitors here.

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stands, any majority of a legislature l .au be used in connection with county Board, of Bond Trustees to file estimate !- Leo Powell be placed! upon pauper
SCOPES TRIAL FOR TEACHING may determine that the world agents. Mr. Chi)ton was accompanied \- uf !Komi and Bridge Assessment, roll. Upon motion! her nnmo ordered l
was created out of nothing in 14- by a committee from the and also tilt> hill for cost of repairs placed upon said roll ut $5.00 per
hours or that Bacon wrote Shakeopeare Chamber of Commerce consisting of; to old jail.Petition. month.
THEORY OF EVOLUTION IS or that blak verse is blasphemy N. T. Ritch, E. S. !Matthews and J. M. received asking the Ed- Upon motion and .second Rebecca .

Mitchell. Letter filed from A. I'. mond Chandler be placed upon roll, Sweat was raised from $"> 00 to f 10
:Spencer: Vico Director of I'olege of and upon motion his name ordered per month. j'\; ,
A TEST CASE FOR NATIONGreatest The Louisville Courier Says: Agriculture from the University! uf' placed upon said roll at $5.00 per There being no further business, 'J.'
The truth or falsity: of the Darwin Florida in reference to county agents. month beginning May 1. 102ft. board adjourned until the next rOlru,1,1, I
theory does not enter into this 'rIm Sterricka, a came before lar bo
inn I pauper The following paupers were reduced !- meeting, which will held first :+ I
Question Ever Raised-\\ m. .. tune. The constitutionality of the< the board asking for additional iu allowance or stricken from Monday in July, 1025.O. ..
J. Bryan Cannot Legislate Limit He SIT Tennessee law should be tried at help financially. This matter postponed the roll: J. C. Box. reduced, to |5 per W. ALDERMAN, I-3:'
It is intolerable that such a prohibition snd sarno referred to Commis- I
for. Human .Mind once. month; :Newman- Children, stricken Clerk and Auditor. ,
-Opposition. should be on the statute sioner District No. 5 for investiga from roll for the reason that theyare -
hooks of American Commonwealth Arcadia Arcadia has a new fire
any now able to earn living Ed- '
(By Edward Percy Howard) It smacks altogether to muchof tion.The report of State Auditor to ward, Rriildin, stricken a from rcll hnv- whistle which in operated electrically I

Tennessee's battle over the rightto the edicts of governments where State Comptroller received< teach thu theory ofvolution in the church and] state are not dissevered.The ordered filed. Report shows all county !Ii!>_ ,,1"11'1.ITa.! Laura Finlcy, .tn -ken when the alarm is turned in. The old ,
public schools has now" engaged the officers doing their duty so tar: as I Ifront roll; JY.. Johnson, stricken whistle was operated by steam from I
serious attention of all civilised d Norfolk Virginian I'ilot Says: I theVat'r and Ice plant and was I
R ;,; county finances are concerned. The from roll.Petition. '
thinking peoples. It is There is for regulating
contended in no more reason sounded several minutes after the 'I
the right to teach evolution board requested the clerk to ask the :I received asking that MI'". signal was turned into the flro house. sWELL \
question than there is for regulating the right! ,
ment is wrapped up in the issue. The to teach be culture or political econ- J t
question is of impurtancu not only inn omy. Any effort to throw legal safe- 7bQay ; WM' W11gT S iN % 1Y HW FiANp AN NtE GIVES YrV
Tennessee or Florida or Oklahoma or uiinnN\ around the teaching of specially EOLKS We 66T fMOCC r aLE 3ENIE 1 ARE'bEDAPATED ANYTN1f+] -

any other state. It is regarded even selected studies is an unwarranted NUTS EeHOOyou WANT :
as more than a national issue. law intrusion and a step in IN TH' '
obscurantism and In- IN OUR ASYLUM as t- WiiV TH'eARG'tR
Of legislative body can alter natural tolerance. d o HARRV AR o 1 1LbTC1iECSE
law by statute. It TH' LOVA ee Y YsR LEAVIN' .
is just as impos- The Philadelphia N. American: Says: TOWN
to by legislative the ?
prove enactment
The issue is not whether the Bible ; HIM ?
truth or falsity of evolution as it Is whether tin -
would be to pads a law that would definitely or Darwin right or 5
teaching of the letter's theory en- S 2
establish the truth or falsity Kr dangers young minds but whetherthe l1:
of gravitation. What _
is, is, and no people of a state are entitled to .
legal pronouncements can make oth say how their money is to be spent Co SEPARATED ALI7EADV YE5'S-lift :
- erwise. The question raised involves AN1 MARB1SO ONtl&iVG ME
for education So they make r
the right of the as Nutty Qj ? ANVTiVV .
human being to try public schooling compulsive for all l A WEEK I -
to learn the truth regarding the origin individuals AIN'T ) WSS* I WANT ;1
children; so long as they permit y ,
of life. Of course in so far as inquiry and private schools to teach By ,. HE GOOD / a t \
presupposes doubt, the issue w.r .. /
what they please and deny no one TO 4VOO.S
embraces the question of agnosticism -: John T. Scopes profesaoi el the privilege of writing or speakingon Edward 4 1 !

in that the theory of evolution I biology at Dayton, Tenn. high evolution, it does not appear they I

necessarily runs counter to .the Gen school, on trial there for violating are interferring with "freedom of! McCulloughAUTOCASTER ,
esis story of the creation. the "monkey-law" or, charged< thought" as some maintain.
Judge John Randolph Neal, of with teaching the theory of evolu '. a
Knoxville, Tenn., states his position tion. It Is A test case watched with Finally. George Bernard Shaw Says: p a
in the controversy in thin way: "We a great deal of Interest throughout "What William Jennings Bryan

regard it as equally un-American and the country.compulsory call Fundamentalism, I call Infan- DOESN'T' LOVE -..::. .
therefore unconstitutional, whether it talism." HE .

is kingly' or ecclesiastical authorityor i i that the right of the Individual Now What Do YOU think? ME ANYMORE "r'
legislative that would attempt -
power i ,
to seek truth becomes abridged. -
Good Will Result
to limit the human mind in its
Inquiry after truth" I| On the education one hnnd does it is not said necessarily compulsory -- New York, June 14.-From the I \'IC

On the other side of the fence involve study only in public schools. present "revolution in religion" will O.H "10'-' >

stands: the statement of William Parochial and sectarian and private come a day when all the "ancient IOU !'THEMau" :' ( i
Jennings Bryan, arch foe of the evo- schools are still left as the unhampered superstitions" now attending our '

lutionary theory. "This" says Mr. media through which evolution or forms of weddings, sermons, funerals \ .
Bryan "is one of the greatest ques- any other theory of life or conduct and christenings will be abandoned
tions ever raised-the question of the may be taught.: Other controvorsal- and the congregation will supplant .'.. ,
right of the people who created. and ists say this is not a practicable answer the minister as leader in religious Y
support the schools, to control them. .standard of education. Were Charles Francis NO/ HE WON'T LET C .
thought the Rev. Dr. -
If not they then who? The Fundamentalists evolution demonstrated or accepted i ME 6IT ON HIS LAPr ,- I i a r'.
Potter said are trying to establish the I as the true principle of life, then WHILE HE'S SHAVIN'-' '\41"i' '
the West Side Unitarian church.Dr. I y
doctrine that the has .
taxpayer a right I such knowledge would be barred to ,
to what shall be taught, the I Potter swung into discussion \
say : taxpayers I the poor: indeed they would be Compelled -
and not the scientists. Cana I to learn only the story of Genesis of the Tennessee evolution case in
handful of scientists rob your chil- correct or Incorrect. discussing the "religious revolution"and
dren of religion and turn them out The of the argument denounced old fashioned theologians -
crux appearsto
atheists? hang on the natural right of the as unable to realize that their :'

Rebuttal then advances this argu- human species to seek the truth, to progress had gone only to u certain :-i') 3
ment: Even though the theory of be informed on the thought! of the point and that much lay beyond.
evolution be true and be finally accepted world and be given the liberty then "The trouble with theology," he .
<<: by the people as against the to exercise their own judgment in the said, "is that it has thus far reason- t
Story of the Genesis those who might forming of opinions, and whether the ed from the unknown to thu known, ---- -- .
accept the truth could not be consid-
Tennessee statute allows that right. while science is going right ahead
ered atheists. They point too, to the This applies to economics, to religion' the \
and reasoning from the known to
wide divergence between atheism to history, Indeed to all bases of human -
and agnosticism. greater unknown."A R
knowledge, including' the theoryof
Another viewpoint: there does not evolution.The development of reasonable and: t
appear to be any particular quarrel rational religion of the future will be
with Mr. Bryan's basic theory that New YorkTvorld Say: the discarding of many of the ancient ,

the taxpayers have a right to set up j I If the Oregon law stands, any majority superstitions of life. It will be the
schools and to ,govern: tho school cur- of a legislature may compel all tendency of the people to take the
riculum. It is only when this i is coupled children to attend the schools it establishes place of the minister in doing the

with legislation milking education ; if the Tennessee law I thinking and talking, as well, and to

have forum discussions instead of

... has tiny supply' of helium gas ...sermons as a feature of church serv

., worth while \m get jc after it ices.
Ls .... has leaked up through the earth "funerals in the future will change

:.;: : and, in pools of natural gas. and he a very! different thing' from
According to 1>r. Kliml, chief of what they are today. Instead of centering z ;
the Bureau of Mine.., "it taken 20,- around the body of the dead,
000,000 years for hclijia; ; to leak they will center more about the spiritof Wyti $1.a y"p { 'rl I Ir
from minerals and I rocks and come
the body. Such customs as christening f

within our reach" i fathers giving away their ,'
Many tiling happen in science daughters as brides and all such survivals ,
that couldn't happen if this ear? of ancient superstition will '
were only 0,000 years old, u.s wan. be weeded out of religion." 1
once believed. It took millions 01
Dr. Potter said "cold
theology was
years for evolution to change u .
storage religion," or what people a.
creature as big aa a fox, with
By Arthur BrislraraE used to believe, "cut and dried and i
-.... seven toes, into the horse of tod;
It takes 20,000,000 years f-r put into a refrigerator to be gazedon
E\ $2t OO,000aao WORD. helium gas to become available. through !glass windows."
It will take our sun 300,000,009( "Many people around the country,"
more years: to cool otGA he added, "are suffering, from ptomaIne -

ONLY HUMAN BABIES. poisoning of the mind through
f New York lady ran a baby gazing at this cold i storage religion. ..... ) .
"THE LORD HAVE h1ERCY. farm. The babies died rapidly,
--- especially If their board bills were Another pitiable thing is that so many YOU can afford to drive a Ford Car every day In' ,;

head of the not paid. One poor infant dug up of these cold storage/ religionists are week. It is large enough for the average 'J
Mr. Wooilbridge, nfw after burial had a fractured skull. trying to force their opinions upon ,
Advertising Clubs of the the"pre-emi World, The rate of mortality wan hor others." family, comfortable, good-looking, easy to drive-

nent says newspapers advertising are medium for sell- rible.If. At another point, he said: .. the least expensive car to buy.
such farm for
anybody kept a "If the anti-evolutionists in Tennessee -
ing merchandise quickly"To | babydogs or cats, the "Cruelty to of the existence of
the real business man it is would were aware r- Use it in work.
Animal.Society" probablysupervise your Give the family evening drives ''
more than that. It is the ONLY: and regulate it. How any religion but their own, they might ; ,
advertising force that can BUILD does it happen that the so-callad realize that it is the very !genius of and week-end outings. It will give them an eco .. '"
UP A NAME.; Repetition is Reputation Society for the Prevention of religion itself to evolve from the nomical vacation this i
Cruelty to Children knew nothing primary forms to higher ones. Evi- summer. You can buy a Ford ,

And only newspapers can give a about the baby farm or its deaths: dently we have been very much mistaken on easy payments.
REPUTATION the REPETITION about our civilization here in
that creates value. Dollars put Into Dean Inf.e. who doesn't like to the United States. England I It aghastat
brick, mortar, steel and glass be called gloomy," It in Lundou, the poverty of our mental equip-

will tear down. Money invested In describing America: ment. It is not only the Tennessee -L.- .. i I
advertising, building up a name He says our "rushing energyis people who should be ashamed. We .. -1.
WORTHY[ to be advertised, will mostly pose" and the languor }'
are all to blame. -V* .104
outlast all your (actories.Ford's we speak is something like the
are English language. On the whole "The educated and enlightened
factories perhaps ,. .
, worth fifty millions. The one the dean U: friendly.In Americans who exclaim at such ex-
of his he tells alted ignorance should themselves
word "FORD" is worth at least one essays ynu
TWO TIIOGSANDnLLIONS.: that when St. Paul thought ho awake and determine not to rest un- ;. "",,

., was inspired he was really suffering til the possibility of such dense mental ;. *. *
an attack of epilepsy.If darkness Is removed." 'I
South Africa, land that pioduces St. Paul could stand that we .
Dr. Potter Is planning to attend the
to the gold ought to be able to stand criticism !- Fordor Sedan Runabout $260 Coupe $520
Imitating old Mothfr England. of our Yankee language.In trial at Dayton Tenn., of John T. ?
Down there, below the equator, Scopes<<: charged with teaching evolu- Touring Car 29O Tudor Sedan 580

under the \hot sun, tens of thousands Pennsylvania, William Cavalier tion. He will act as correspondent $ 6 On ic.r dcmouacshU, ...a ...l ".,t..an set ..... of.f.
rust to a new gold neM. fifteen years old! and a mur- for a !group of magazines. 6 O rt'' y
About ten times! as many blacks Jerer, has been sentenced to die All prc( .. /. o. b. Detroit f fy

as whites[ are in the rush. But, In the electric chair. The sentencewound COMMISSIONERS: PROCEEDINGSThe :' !'
needless to say when the dust with 'And Lord, .
.; settles the whites will have the have mercy up on your may soul the" Thereporters Board of County Commissioners SEE ANY AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER OR MAIL THIS COUPON '1

gold dust. thought the boy wince* of Bradford county Florida met
What would' l happen to the gold a little at that, and at the word In regular session Monday, June 1, -..............................N......-.......................................................:..............,.....................
standarj and the world's finance about "Death--electric: current 11)21, with the following, members
Please tell how I Ford Car
should suddenly J. me can secure n on easy payments t .:
If this. new gold field\ passed through body-until dead. present: M. Brownlee chairman,
multiply by two or ten or The boy smiled as he left the court, hours II. Hill, J. L. Underhill and G. Name
twenty' the world's gold supply? and a few minutes later, in hU cell, \V. Hinson.

That however, will surely not he was playing a popular song. Minutes of last meeting read and Add,..".
happen.All "Katerina," on his phonograph.FreJ approved.
through tho ages while; men Mr. II. G. Clayton from the University City State .
have cut each other's throats to LennIg Warden in chargeof of Florida/ representing the :
this .. ;
get them, and silver have the young criminal, said, "Lis ,Agricultural Department of the Mall coupon to ,
maintained their value, baser! on ten to that music. He doe n't United States presented the proposition < 1
scarcity, with slight fluctuations. know what it's all abnut." You making necessary arrangement r3"-ercror 6omflany..
Providence seems to have arranged may truly say the same of a system for providing funds for county demonstration i'S .

that for its mysterious reasons. of "Justice"> that sentences in agent stating that the W W-.NN.................................................................................................,.......)............*..t..<.. pNN ,
death a feeble-minded boy of fif Agricultural/ Department of the University I-

nu li the only country that teen. has even expert representing -
various lines of industries who,




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To bal due. Jun. 1. 1928 _0000______ 3898.IIOautandlng lIe.cr1ptJo.. 8c. T. Y. A. D.crlption 8... T. a. A. Owner 8f lei
ARE ladektedaeea r... Owner It

I To bal due May 1. U:6. _______00___ 2102.14 SWI' of SWV _____.____.__11 8 10 40 H. T. P..nell _.___ .t.U.1: Lora 1-c.-. 21 180 T. B. ____ ___._.___.____.. 48.41
4: Dukes June 12.-Miss Pearl! Craw By amt collenud ____--_______--____ 941.44 NW}'. of NW '. _____________It I U 40 G. W. "liP ________u. 810 -0'-lot 68 In In Woodawn19 Wadlawa. _.lA 6 I aa 6 Mrs. NambyA.. B..ell. n _.________. 9.28

ford, of ,Dukes, and Mr. J. D. Ware, To bal due Jun.Cooatf 1. IOU ad.1To ________ 1430.79 8WSS'ho1tt, 8Vwsy of f-V; !1,..-.___-:__--u 6 10 .1 III... W. J. Thomas' ______ 10.00r Lola Lou 49-110-62-1'15-17 In Woodlawn.19 In Woodl.wn19 6 6 22 aa 20 40 B.R. H.J. Stokes Thompson...._____._._.____..__.. 18.18 11081

of Worthington, were united In mar bal due Mar 1. 1928 _____-- ----16717.861 I I E W ; : SEV4 __ : _-_----14 8 II It H. T. P.m.1I _________ 81,80NO Lola 88.a. 8 NI-- of lot U 8.
riaza! at the home of the bride at I By amt collated. 1 _______.___00______ 6809... oC NE'A!: 1 less II a la 8Ecor all low 4344tS.4..47U..II.60U.5

Dukes, Wednesday afternoon at 4 ___.___________....8 10 'I' D. I. s.pp ___._____._u___._____. 1541HE' Wondln..n: 8. Nye, oC_ 10"__.U.UIn _..-20 I 12 131 W. P. Borough ___.__._.____.__00 41.21
____ __
__ __ 9737.87County
o'clock. I To bal duo Jun. 1. 1925 n of NE... N of U. R75 I 110 II O. W. bapp .____.__.__.___ 8.1. Low 8783.0 In Woodl.wn20 6 all 40 Beswlrs N. Gilbert _______.______ 11.38
I Poll. .muel W. Drown __.._____.._____ 12.711
n The ceremony was performed by | NE4 of SW'4 .__.-___---.16 8 10 40 Lot 82 8. 8'. of lot 64 In .
of the Free Will To bal due Mar 1. 1926.---------: .M4.00By I : NEIIA -. 5iwU : 900 hT.o"p Kelley = =:::---- : 10,8NW1,4 : Woodl.wn __________-.20 I 12 11 Mm. Laura A. B"'ell" __..__..___ 8.'S
Rev C. C. Butler amt collected l ..__. _____......... 119.09 \ NE'',, NL;:'; ':;; 20 120 H. Psrnsll .. 07.18PnicUondUlok Low WooIlawn.20!! I U 40 J.ff IL Do.lln ...___.........r. 12,81WI.
e Baptist church in the presence of aLI I hew River In 8If-66N-IIW8',6B- 21WV, of2E4
few Invited friends and relatives. To bal du. June 1. 1925 ___._.____ B26.09 E'1 uf E'4.of See. lilt andwofAWl4oface21196 8 E'h of 24E14 ofNW7k

.. The bride is the daughter of popular Mr. I To bal due May Total 1, 1PJS Huh Bekeel-..-________11401.M i I.. 20 salt _____________.____._ Will. Mabsry ....___. .83 NWy j : E'Ell:' of of NWt4 SEyof ofNE'
Crawford! and Is quite ___ ______ ____
II. G. By amt collected 00_ ._ 4301.92 Lola 1-8 of IJlk 15 In New Rlvor : N '4 A NE4 of
with n large circle of friends. The in E '' of NE', Sec a Ii of 8 112.0 1>. D. Bfllwnlnr .--...-.-.?---- alasNW' /
son of Mr. Mrs. G. W. I To bat due i. :r 1. 1926. ---------.-- 7099.92 8 WI., of NWy4: tC 8e. :, 8 NEt t ';fNE44;; ;.,

r : Ware, a Bub-School Bond* I I Tp I S R 20 seat _________ n JL T. P..II) .__.____.___._ 1.11 N'. nf NEI1-o1 SE4. 8 Ey4of
S. of Worthington.and. He is a To bal. duo May 1. 19. 1. ______00____ 8723.64By Lot I of Ulk 18 In Now Riv.er 5L2 of NE44 of BE' __.21 1 U III C. n. S.pp ___.____.__..-__.__ 20.8'
prosperous young farmer of the ) amt Collected __----__........... 1401.48 in E 4 of:NE''. of See 93.a Com at NW car of 5W4 of
.i section. Immediately Wit, of NW1, of yes 24 '. -'E' 8. run E 831-3 rde Se0
Worthington To bal due June 1. 192S. -----.- 2321.18 i I Tp 8 5 R 110 east __ ___._..... .... .1.. Matthew, .__.__.___ 8.00 rdo W 631.8 rdo N 50
left In 00 -- --
following the ceremony they I Road and Bridge d--- Lot 1 of !ilk 82 In Hew HI" rda to Iwo. ___________--___ II 22 20 Unknown ....________._.__.__ 11.81
trip after To bal. duo May 1. lilJJ __ _______27628.59 '
their for wedding -- ', of SW' 8 of
cur a ...._____..._______ .r in Eyy :NEy4 .C:2 'wzf or ---z:: 20.81
will make their home at By amt collected 10097.39 a W'y of NW4 of 1. 8Wit __-.--23 II 22 80 T. L. W.lnwrl..ht ______.._
which they I I Tp' 8 H 20 east ___________._.._._ 11I111.DOII'O. ______ I.n NEL4 of 6E% eacept E 10 a 22 8 22 50 lasso O.mbel ____.__._..___ aO.211
Worthlngton.SUPERINTENDENT'S. To bal due ____--________-__--_____17629.29 All Bibs 86.861'788311-40.81. NEL of SWt4' ____---_____22 I n .0 J. S. Mathis _____.._...___. ...2B.81
Wld .. Peaaloa Feed I 42 In New River In of W', of 8ViI, ....pt 10. In
To bal du. May. 1. 1926. -......_____ 8 .49By I NE14 0' see 23. 8. W4 0'HW'4 NE .0. ______________0022 8 23 ''fO Co R 8.pp __.____...._____. at.18
amt collected .........___....... 140.13 V. SWV <
S R 10 '
of 24 Ip 8 Wlj
REPORT sso ._._ W. 63. Hodges _._.....__.____.__1O.DO 8 of fo F. o :Mt 22 5 13 10 Nra. E. N. Whiw _..___.__. 13.111F.
To bal due Jun. 1. 1925. -.u_______- 243.46 AllstBlk. ---/------62.53.58. ". of N\i. nf NW 4, .r NES4.23 8 U 11 N. F. Brown _.___.__....___..__. 7.0.
County, .iiporlntendonl'ii financial .tatvinentnt O. W ALDERMAN: ft7-n In New River In E4 of I N 4 a of .W'4' of NE', of '
county: school: fund for the month of Clerk Ctrenlt Court NF1: 0' ..... 23. 8 W4 of 21Wt'; -- -----23 8 22 4 3. H. Loweryt.-__.__..__ 1.05W
M.y 1920. NW' U 8 S JL ao 16 ft flotr ik"4 In
C.re5r.I Bh.1 r :d sec 'p wf_ lfut. .._ _________.______ D.18 town 0' Lawtey 1'0' or R" _23 I 22 W. L. O".t..et _._....._._ '..Uco'
Hal.K,..celr May... durln 1. :month-:::::-: : _----u-8425 10273 59 In theO Circuit. FOR rtfD: the ICATIOV Eighth Ju..I.I.I'1. eas r ., .....::::::::::::::..-.-.:-4. 1ii-W.-ii.-'i'lI; i.IC:::::::::::::: la.iU l.'t4DIk48runS100ft... 112 ft W of NE.or'.. of n

Warranu Lund during month -----874914 Circuit of Florida. In and for Bradford County NE excepts In _.._ _..._______.__ n091. E
\V : : W'sllace N.dd W 30 ft N 100 ft 80 ft tot
Hal. Jun. I. 1938. ______________00__ 782. 7Dl.trlet In Chancery.Sara for .l _________27 8 20 89 .. '..62o W
.. E. Sweat ____ 40WIlr I. W. Pinhobt.r Sr. --- -- bee In town of Lawter
... ID"I. Complainant A'y of 841, of lot 11 ___ 80 I 110 *
.. _.___..__ 1912
of .23 B S3B W. H. Edward -
.. __________ UII vs I lot 8 of of Ry
SE4 S4
May t. 192B ___ ____ ___._ lUI
Itncripte during. month._.n____..... 1080 R r.: IMhorirer, et aid. Defendant. ;;: { .1 .._._..._.._..._ -018ta 8 10 10 L W. Pinhubter. S. 00 Wia of lou 12. A E 128 ft of

Wurranta Imued during month ...... *.<))0Hal. ORDER FOR CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICETo of lot II except 11 a In NW _.___ __.________ 19,17tI lot 8 of Hlk I 4 In town ofLawt .___..__.____. 14.21
J. Ii:. Cbmmoas u L. A. Mare. _.___ _
__ SOUSDUIrlcl K C. 1I.lhe. .. J. Cherlea Richard. N. 10-110081 I II 110 W of 23 S3B
Jun. 1, IMS ..__00 __ _____... C0r 8 SI4 oC Iota I y Ry -
$ No. 1n W. i1"ak.tt. Samuel Ifarrl. J Hampton I II 8 EGiof W< of lot 8 of I In town
ROOnlt .. Martha Melton. Charles Ellemnn. Mat.t fwWt:! fwW" ft W of ki. _21 53 Mn. Mamie! Lou Edwards ______ 7.33
,,i. Mar i. 1926 ___-._00___ __ '.n.* i 86$2 IS 19.25 I Lawtey ,
J month .__-_ EH Robert Eltonon Autruatim Eller. NW.t.; _.__ I 20 .0 I. W. Plnhobt.r. --------- All Dlk 11 In town of LawUy
___ n rnn. of IIw'4 of
)i' eelpU during. 00 J2111Warrant I..m.r Fsrl'e CeI .____ 400 .1 ._...___._..._ 10 Bf
W. Barber
,'_ luund during month ._00__ 897 non Mettle Mackfaehlon.! R. M. Elleraon.nnla REV: _____________ _____--84 8 ao 180 Wilson .. !! W of Ry .23 8 S3B J. :
467.Bl \ L L.wrence Maria L. Klckllter.Sophia __ _____..__.el 8 !0'0 Chula lI"w" ------------ 39.791 Half Hlk B ((10211 In town ofI.awuy
Dal. Jun. 1, 1928 ___________0000.00 8E4s of SWVf I IW'lf .I Abble S. Harley ((1923)) .._._____ 11.01
IM.lrlrt 1 Ne. 5Ovnrdraft O. Blunder.. N. W. IfaekoU. Ta. .hleri Wi5 SWtu --E 4 of _____._ 81.78 W of Ry .93 23
101",1. 19SS ____0000 __ 1"842ItnMpU .f llrndford County Bnnk of Htarke Florida" : __--------------8/ 8 10 110 8eluata Swrricke mm 14.70 Half nik 8 In town of Lawtey IUS
.. _. _
S.'Hnrlcy ..._.. _
durlnot month .-____..______1464.1.1 1 If living. and If dead. all parties" claiming. In- 01# NWY, ________._____.5 7 ao 80 J. E. Clemmouts. ---.---------.--.-.-- 18,98'Lilt W of Ry. -21 B 21B Abbl.
W.rrante iMund during month ______1400 t4rcaU. under you or either of you or other- InN4 1.2 ________nnU__ 7 1 ao 110 L. W. Crosby ----- ---- --- 1 lot BS ft N A. 8 by 100 ft E
1 6363 I wi... In the following. dmerlbrd land. altuaUd, 11 except I a l0 8E .Oy A W S of hotel lot except slot
Ual Jun. :.1.ri-; Ne.-----un----4tlnl. I In the County of Bradford In the State of ill NIt' of lot III 00_________ 'TI 20218 A. A. Resin .___ ___________.87,19 .21 ftNaSby40iE
May 1. 1B26 month___________________ 12.10 J. 8Ilwelpu Florida The .Northwest to-wit: Quarter of the Northweitquarter NWV lot 12 of of 1ii11--Wn'itr: ;;; : : 7 7 20 20 .0 tiox A. Us Ward'un ----::::::::::::::::=: Id.BS 1..6Lot : townofLawteyWofBy A W In SE ear of same .In.23 U E. D. Veil* -------..___.______._., 3460

Warranu durlnir bound I during I -month- ;------.::::-. I of Suction 4, Town.hlp 7 South Range I 7 of Alk 8 In Ward CIL,._ 8 ''f 20 L. W. Crosby .-_._________________ 3.0\8 Lot 49 In town of Lnwtey E of

_______ 78.06 it East : of 18 inWard Ky 24 28 28 tp S
Bui June 1, ineil Pl.lrict____Ne.I I GREETING: iota 1-11-3.City- ___Bib____ ._____- I 'f' 10' H. P. Ginty .._.________..______ 18.85 8 n'n2:3: ---------.4.-_-.________ Fannie Roblnion .................._.. 8.37

He. May I. 1925. ________00____ 140.45 The complainant having. filed her sworn low 8.0-7-1 of Dlk 20 In Lot 8 In Otte cub dlv In East
R.crlpw. during. month .............. 27.08 bill of eomnl.lnt In thla court wherein she Wand Cur ______________ I 1 10 1oI... 111111. Galeq _______.___ 12.88 Lawtey eece 23 24 28 28 tpB .
Warranla i Issued durlnir month -..... \ "II.".. that you and each of you have or All IIIk 23 .cepl lot 7 1 In Ward S R 22 cant -.__..____ Wm. Anderson ..........._.?..= .4,88

Hal Jun. 1. 1025. ..___ ____._____ 187.B1 claim to have, .ome right. title or Interest In Coy _________--.____ 8 T 20 BloxhlU1l Ward -_ 8.03 E'j of SWLt ot S\W of
DUtrlet N.. B 1 and to thu land aforesaid or some part Lot 7 of nib-23- In Ward City B 'f' ao 11. 11. S.pp ._..__..___.__.__.__.__ 4.00 "EI" __ 000024 8 22 1 111.... Ola Thede ....__.._________... 8.28
Aral May 1. 191J6 thereof and praying' for the; quieting of her: Com .t NF: .0' of J. A. Abhdra NEH" of NEH"c.7 N EC.l"IIS45WVJ 6 22 14 Wooden _____.____________ 704 .
Itrcolpta durlnir ---------------------2. title "...In.t Inch claim or claims and having ....Id.n.. lot and "n E of NE't; of SEH _28 8 22 10 DntDav1s ____.___._..___.__.____ 7."4
HarranU: ;lanueiKdiirlnu:;::: ;;;-ih-; :::-... 63600 ,, demanded the making of this ordortThernfnr 78 ft 8 an ft W 76 ft N 240 W> of SRI' of SEW of t,28 8 22 8 Wm. Thomas .--------------.---. 8.75
Ilal June 1. 1926. _____._.____.__ 147.01 you and each of you are hereby ft to hex In OE'( of S ''f 20 O. 81 B..III _u__.._____._--.J--__ 11.61 SW of SWVi of NEVi .
I nt.lrtri ta.r 7tint. required to appear before this court on Monday SEt/s of 8 =! of SW'1 E 430 f. .-. 8 23 Rhodes & McQueen _______ T.94
May 1. U2R. _______--______- 11J JSItMelpta the UrJ diiy of Au..."... 1928 being the ..eepl NnE.4 ht-oJ-wal .-- 1 T n 109 H. P. G.lo., m.___._____._______ 62Nvt I E a<> a of Nof. NWVi of ISB
during month -......-...... 090Warranla rule clay In aald month to an.wer the compla of NW\4\ 8 W4 of NWH ..!-_--28 8 22 J. O. Techetone ....___._._ 7.34
: beard during:. month ..---- I ,nant. Sara E. Sweat In the suit afore NWL ____________.____10 1 10 120 17. P. Gelney _____._________.___._. 28.55 All NEST. of NEH of SWV* E
t Dal. June 1. 1006. ______00_________. 14248 l eat,). othorwbe the complainant will proceed NWL4 or IIWV. __-----16 7 ao 40 H. P. batncY ____--_______-_ U.17 of Ry ...........-2B 8 22 8 F. A. Fisher ..........___........ 1391
f 2 ni.lrlct' Ne. 8Bat. I, xparto. NE' nf REt' less A! A a _____18 7 20 84 H. P. 4amey _.______________.__ 10.18 Com at SW cor of SWVi of
( May I. 19SB __uuu___.___ 11877 i[ It I. c py of thla Wt4 0' SWh of HW'- ______11 7 20 80 H. L. L.w,, _______00______________ 18.68 fe>Ei, A run E on eta line
Ki-celpu during. month --------.---- 1 order be puhliahedl once taaweek for eight con.ecutlve Lot 6 ----------------------1* 7 20 10 C. N. Shaw ___-__--__________ -__ 24.701 410 ft to a pt of beg thence
Wairanta I..uml| during month _--10400 week In the Bradford County Telegraph SW' nf NWI,4 8 NW\4\ of N 080 ft E 1U9 ft S 800 ft
,F aMt }!"I. Juno 1. 1025. ________00__.-____ 1.77Itlelrlct a newepapor published' In Starke. aw'' i _____._____--___ 7 ao 80 J. 8. Fo.Lh. ________.___-__-_____ 24.68 W IDS ft to beg. ..____28 B 22 8 .1... W. WlUlameJae ._...._._.__ 8.24

t 9 May 1. 1MB _____No.__00 _trial. -_._____ J 0 MKicelnU |i I UriKlfnril Wftneea I ; County my, hand Floridai end the, seal of said Clr. SF.,,., oi'n' ,- -wlT-U: 7 7 :g 2:8: lire 8.. L.o V...Do-iii-; ::=:::::::::::: 57.65 18.20NW \V'SE'. %of .SW' of NWVi-___of_26 B 22 B Roberta ________________ 409

t during. month --__.......... 81 02 cult Court at Starke. Bradford County FlorI 80' of rat NEVI of NES4 W. E. Grit!,. 6.41WI W'' of NFIor: NW.27 B 22 20 J. T. J Reddish ___.__.....___...._ 1031
Warnnta. bailed, during. month ...... U8- .81 I Iidn. the lot day of May 11125. :, fW NW'4 :I: : :t 13 J, D Ruder __:::::::::::::::::=:= 24.28: NRi4! of NW/, of NWI27, B 22 10 C. R. Sapp ..._._______...._...._ 879
Overdraft Jun. 1. 1926. __uu__ .03 O. W. ALDERMAN: NW'' .r NE'1 8 Nt4of NE4of BEV, of NW'4 of IIE'4"' .
t'r in.lrlct No. 10 | (Seal.) Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford NE'I, ____n________.-25 8 21 70 C. C. Cowart ___.__00__._________88.60 NE'. of SW. of SEH ____27 B 22 29 p. t,. Dinkins> __.._____.... 1088
4 r n,,l. May 1. 1921. _________________. 198.21 I County Florida.By Owl of NW\4\ _____________28 8 al 40 A. J. Cow.r' _...___.___.____ 21,80SW' / Si' of SEVi of SE'l Sf"SEll .
I Kraollita during. month 00 ____....... 41.94 I C. A. KN'tOHP. .f 111>:'/, ______________28 1 21 .0 Mm J. E.: S.pp _._______..___ 10,87NWI A WH of SE' of
Warrimla. Imued "luring. month ...... II.00r I Deputy Clerk.' ', nf flF.1o 8 I a In SE SH of SWl', ,,f A SEV4
.l. Jon. 1, 1028 0000 ______..__.___ 826.U J. M. CASH\ car Dr BEN: 0' NWV, 6. 1 ain of 1 E' of SE"'I( I 9 JS) ....2TSS B 22 88 A. H. Barley, ((1923) ....______..._ 4382
IM.lH.t N... U Attorney fur Complainant.! 6>50t-81 POW car of SW4 of of SEK of SB' of SEH
. Tlal. May 1. 19ZS __ ---- 429,41 __ NEI4 __ ___________ 8 21 42 J. W. Johnson _.____.._________. 10.U : W", of SEH of SELL C
I : Ree;'I ll>:U during month :::.:::::..... 193:IQWarranta ORDER FOR PUBLICATION NI'I.: '. nf !9W44- __.. _____uun 8 al .0 D. A. J. Johnson ._____.________ 1l.81 SH "f SWL 0( SEH *
fanned during month ...--- \V' of !IF-'I, of BWI" ___..__50 8 11 10 G. G. Cram ___...____-.____ edlBWIi SE' of SEk of SWH ____2T B 22 BS A. H. Harley, ____...___.__.. 4089
e21.81$ of S!, of NW'', of NW'/ A NV4
J12B .f 8
Ilal. Jun. 1. ------- \ SW'4 8W14
irl-;, -;; -- I I In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Clrouit. __ __ ___.____ 24,55NWii ( of SWi' of NW'' __21 22 80 M Davis .__,_ __ 10...
;t N. IIHal. REt4' __________________30 I 11 10 J. W. Nichols __ _. __ of N'j ', ; B ----
Flay t. 1929------------------ 820.MKveelpla I BrHiirurd( County' Flurliln In Ch.ino.ry. '. nf NF.14' _____________.89 8 al .0 111.... J. E::. Ij.pp ___.______________. 1.4.81I NWH of SWV of SW'. _____:23 B II 10 H. R. Crawford _.__ ... ._ 10 8B
I during. month ___--___--.... 7F|.78WarranU J. F. Colle, Complainant. NEV4 bound- W. of B', of NWH of NWH
Ip-nili'd during. month --.... 855 on a.Gone 'il.R n..H w 'tffl' .:: road. 8R aNi of SWV, of NWVt ASH
't!L Hal June 1, 11>-'o ________________. 41.81 W. Col, et 5.1Bill 1.I : by I..n.h _______ .__.__ 6 21 I U. S. Norman ____.--_________ 7.01 of NEVi! of SWH of
DletrUt Ne. II I to Remove Cloud Eio. NW"I, of NW4 -_______ I 8 210 E. W. ........ ________..._.___...._ 1 ..87W'l NW'', -_ 28 B 21 BO H. J. Thomas __._____.-.... 21.It
r Overdraft May 1. \vm _____-__0000__ 1041 ]I It mntpiirinir from the allegations of the or NI/. of SWV 00____ 1 I 21 ao Conway' Matthswe _____.____.___ 19.37 Lots 1-2 A SLy of lot 8 A all
llreelpU during. month ______.__-_.__ 806.2J worn bill of complaint In the above sauce, I : ', nf NEil nf IIW 4 __oo_ I 8 21 10 L.m .oodwtne ________ .__ 8.43 lot 8 A. NH of lot 9 and all
Warranla Ironed. during. month ..____ .70 i that :the see and rrnliltmco\ of the defendants, Wit "f NW'4 "f RWVt I 8 21 20 Mills 1I.lel' _.______ M 9,08Ey Into 1617.IR3116616116D
B.I. June 1. IOZR __________________ 85800 to.wU : (.j r.fO. W Cola:: (J. W. Livingston: of SWV 0' SE'/4: 8 5E74of !:\ 80 A NI40 of Iota BS-B4 In
"'.trld Ne 14 |I'da' O. Ilrown. Jacob C. Brown Mlllard F. SE". ____ _______ I 8 11 80 III.... Menle E. Edw..cIa __.___.._ 14.88 Woodlawn __----__--____29 B S3 HO W. P. Dorou. li .. 4684
.. Hal. May 1. 19i ______00 _____ M J] Hmwn. N. W Market Moltt arc all I AEV SWV'9 nu 91 40 br.by --- 18.53NW14 Lou 1-10-4 -H In Woodland _.aD B 21 40 Beatrice M. Gilbert.._..__. 12.37
Riwelnla. during. month ---__......... 147.81 unknown.: ; and that there I'n': person in the : SWS4- --------------S : Il /0 i.'k; Addison ::::::::==== 16845r : SH of lot 22 A all lots 27.29.660. .
. I. Warranta bi.ueil. during month ______ 1.70 $tat.t of Florida. known to complainant, the : H. Alvarez -. ... .- -. .
I ll.t June 1. 11)28." ________00________ 17918 service of a subpoena upon whom would bind] r0. t4{ orwr: -'4- -U::: : :: :: : n : tt'ra. Maggls 1 .Edwards; :::::::..= mU B4 In Woodlawn __--___--..29 B M 14S Rector Cameron _.._____...__, 44.BB
I' Dletrlet Ne.' IB I said defendants i and that It U b.lleved by a In HE onr of ElW'Ij' of Lot 29 A. 8'j' of lot 40 A WH!
....I. Mar 1. 1928 _000000_______-__- n.JlKwelpla 1 the complaiitant that the said named d** NWV 8. 84 of NW'4' of of Inn 49-41)) A. all lot 80-61
'9 j during. month _--____.__--__ 7704Warrant Fondanu are interested' In the property Inolvd NWj ________________12 8 21 IS Elam Lewis -_________ 1691SF. In Woodlawn ______________29 B II 45 Mrs. Laura A. BU..1I ....___.__ 1478
Y I lulled during month ...___ 126.00 \ In thus suit, and complainant does NW14 NWV4 ofNF'i EH of 'lots 48-49 In Wood-
Overdraft Jun. 1. 10ii5. ---- ------- 18.08 1( not know and by dllltrent. lea rob. has not been ; of 4.8 NWK of ..5RW't' 4 lawn ___ _.___ 29 S M 10 H. R. Crawford .._....____ 3.7S
Illetrlct Ne. 14Bat. able to ascertain whether any of the defendants 8. Nt4 of sWl4 ofIIW Lot. sal d N'S of lot 23 In

May 1. 1925. ______________00 __.28911 are deed or alive/ and that It ia aliened ii, __ _________ __ I 21 no W'.Itue Codorhlll 81.10 Woodlawn ____ ____29 B 22 SB Jeff H. Cowling ._...__.._. IB.68
_..h.t.l| during. month _____ _____00_. 81.41Warranta by complainant In said worn bill that he NEL: ; nf 8Ei1 .. N 0' SE4 Lot 1-6-7-8 A NH of lot IB
I Inaued during month ___.. 8.00 believes there Involved Intereated in the of AEV ____--_._____--__ I 21 III Walter Underhill ___' 1..88N A all Iota 28-38-4IMB-4A-47.
Bal. Jun. 1. 1026 _____________00 ___ 81661 said property In thus suit who. of NW4 .geept 16 in 49-52-53-811-60.61 In Wood-
Dl.lrlet No. 17 name or name and age. or atiea. and whoa \.: enrveep- 10 : NEro lawn. ---_----30 B SS IBB Beatrice M Gilbert ......____. 82.00
Overdraft May 1. 1025--------_Y4 ___ 17 71Roeelpta rv*It Iff nee are unknown to complainant' and _____ __________00111 a 21 81t Sm Kelle _.________ 22.21WI.I Lot 8 WH of l lot 14 A alllota
: during. month _..?____h___ 18 Of In aitld bill relief .la prayed against such tlf Et .. W'4 0' NE'4 1S-I9-20, A SH of lot 82
Warranta Uaued during month ...... S.Ofl known and unknown peraona. Therefor It I. ofSEV4; ______ ____ ------n I t1 10 H R. 8 J. L. Uado.hlll ______ 81.01 In Woodlawn ____________30 1 22 BO W. P. Borough ?_.__._.... 1898
Overdraft June I. 1H2B 14.80 onlrred that all persons named In this order.If Lot I or SlV ofNEI4 .______.18 I 21 81 M. J. NORM _.____ 20.13 1 Lot 80-Bit A W I. of lot 62 In
I DUtrlct Ne. 16Bal. living, and, If drad. all prnuni claiming. any Lot 3 except B 20 It of Bib 11 Woodlawn ____--____80 B SS IB Mn. Lana A. BI..n! !! ._______ 88B
r May 1. 1926-----------------_._ 8.4Ricelpta interval under the said named defendant In Sampson Clb ___________ 4 7 21 John Ovmtreet ___..__ 0.39, Lot t In Woodlawn _________30 B SS 10 S. R. Thompson ......__.__._ 8.43
I during. month __00__________ 24t.71 afe-irfHald, deceased or otherwise; and that all W / a of 84 8W34 Lola 4-B-B-12-19-20-2t.28-29.30.
errant. U.uM during month ___... 200.01Hul peraona whomsoever whoa name N __ __ __ 8 11 4 Malinda Prldg.n _.__. 8.92 8142-39 A WH of lot 44 In
.. June 1. 1925. -_. U8." 1 I are or ages and realdenc .:::ii'd to be> NE"----------------------- -- 1 7 11 180 E. E. 1I1nokle ______. .. 811.80NIItS1"8 B 22 111 Beatrlc M. Gilbert-. .. ___ 41\.87
\ jiii.. unknown to complainant, that may be or ar* -\ 8 Lota 1-2 .nS4. :;, ,
rTF: or' rt.onirn lntereate.l In the hereinafter wioribed' prop 'Z'f'1SEr of lot 11 A all lots 13-15-18 '

COUNTY OF HRADFORD. I arty, or any part thereof lying and being In "f NEV ___________.__o-1! 7 11 50 H. A. Proooott _.________ 22.U A S'j of l:123In" alt toy;
that tile foretolag atate Brmlford' county Florida. described aa follow NE'i of NWV 8 NW\4\ of 28.1'{- Woe< :81 II SS ltd Mn.. Laura A. Diesel. __.__. 898
1 hereby certify
LoU One ((1)) and Three (ill and lot Five \
ment of the receipt and dtabureemenU olthe / In the Southeast. .
I rill.( ) vxc pi a portion comer WI
arhonl' funds of Bradford County for tb) being. thirteen (ill\ ) feet north and south and of'33.34.3t36-41.43.5O.5560..
month of May. 1928 I. true and correctU Tltirty-thr (SRI fet net and west Alas a i / : ) ) .
the brat of my knowledge and beliefn I portion of lot Seven (7)) described .. followt IIF.' t '

n wiaoirm.Itu..rlnlonll.nt.CLERK'8 Commencing at the northwest corner of Loft W'' ..f AWl; .r 1'F.1 _______ao 7 11 !0d U. S. Waller -.___.______ 13.2a I In Woodlawn ___________31 S 22 81 R. U. Parmenter. .-.__---- 18 Bf
County I Sven Ill( ) and run East 72U feet thence I a In NE .nr or SF1: of SWV4Idco WH of lot 17 & all lot I IS In
South 12>4 feet t-ttence Heat 72H f-*t. lice. 56 7'i. W of NEenr !: Woodlawn: .. __-.....31 B 22 IB W. E. Norman __..____, 989
I thence North 12'4 feet to point of benlnnlnif: nf SWy. of SE V 8 ron E'- of lot 17 In Woodlawn ___81 B 22 B H. H. Parmenter ....______ 841
REPORT I all of the abov being. In flinch, Fourteen ((14)\ W 11111 yds A 410 yde E 382yde Lot 108. W4 of lot 11AN14'
of the original. Town of Stark N ISO ,.,10 tn beg __.___20" 7 II 18 J. J. Byrd' __.. '..01W' 1 I of tot 23 In Woodlawn ___31 B 11 SO L. R Starting .-....? ...........18 SB
Aevort of the Clerk of the Ctremt ConrIII end for Bradford Canaty. Florida on account or before the Third lay' of A.II"A.. D. 1025, IIWI -__-_________--___ 1 11 180 J... Reynolds ... ___-.Old I 4-6-7-8-9.111.11-13.14.15-16
of taxes ........1 for the .... 1921. and In due course define and set UP whatever 8W' of NE14 8. 8E'4 of

{ m. w. HAYBII.Ta I' claim or Interest which you and each __ _____._______28 7 II 80 J. 1. Byrd _'_.n .-.....-..._ .2NW4 -!6 I 30.ai-84-35-R4-37-38-39-40.41.
Celleelot I of you may kayo to the abov described I, prop- Ell "r SW% oC SWI4" E4 42-41-44-45-46-47-49-49.80.91

T. Bradford CountrCeaiitT- I I any or the said bill will be taken aa confessed of IIW"o _________--_____ 1 It 100 .1... Reynolds. .................... 82.81 6 I .
Peeper | agamat you.' Com on S line of NW4ofNF4 tim Wnoilawn.32 B SS B20 JF.. Morrlaon ..__. .3...1818
To feat> duo May' 1. 2926-------____ fI H52.7(1Dy (1 It la further ordered that this order b* on W line nf Ry right.of EH of :z.L" EH of WVi ofNEVi
r amt collected 00 _______-_-_______ 2494.09, pubHnh one a work for Rlnht. eonacouttv .wey 8 nun H on .1 M..f. r>( NEIISE of
weeks. In th* Bradford County Telegraph mwe wily 110 yda. to a 1'1 nf beg '4' A NEH of NWyof
To bal> due June 1. 192R ___nmWFin. l and FerfeltareTo publlahett In Stark. Bradford county. Florida. E 224 1',1.' to rt"ht-of-w".. SEH' of N614 of SE'' ......83 8 SI 10 Mre. H. C. Caws .._.__ '.71
baU du* May) 1. lV211. __________ 9040 81Hy Thia the 2nd day of June A. D. 1tS 'h..n.o S on rl..ht..f-w.. W'-. of SW Hof NWH Of '"
amt collvcUJ _00 ___ ___00________ 113194 I G. W. ALDERMAN.Sr 12. yda tn beg --__________ 'II I J. 0. n...., ... .. .. 13.1 0(. SW't ____ .-____84 3 22 B Mr. H. C. Crew* ____, 207
< Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford SE' of NW'4 except I a In FH of NWV of SWl' 8 21 10 Miles Tompkln. ._. ..... 1361
To bal due Jim. 1. 192B ___________ 1947.6I T i County. Florida rF ear for church ________20 'II ao N. 1>. Jones 18.'0(. SWH of SWH of SE'486 1 11 10 G_ Coleman ____? _. 7.04
I Ce..." lead and Bridge 1, By C. A. KNIGHT Com on N Ilan of SW'4 ofNEV4 NEil of NWJi of NEV of
To bal due Mar 1, 10J6 ___________. (111903Hy I Deputy Clerk. on W lln. of RY .I..ht.. SWV. A Nttli of NE'f of -
amt collected __--___.__--_...... 2243 1, A. 8. CREWS. .,r Wfty 8 run 8 on .ltrht-of. NTCH of SWH \ of
SWVi of of8NIVt4 ___ SS Bank of WlltliUm ___ .. 14."
Solicitor fur Complainant .8.Dt7.11NOTI'R way 16t to It fit of bee. SEV 3J B 10 ?
there W Ion ft 8 100 f' E Lola 16-21 In Feetavllle embraemg _- ..
Ill, ft. thence N to boa inSW' h'4. of hEI4. aNE4
of NF.4. ____ ________39 1 11 M... D. A. Perry 1.81 \ nf NW14 _______-:86: 8 22 14 J. J. Strong _u 741NWI
Lot 1 uf I1lk I 2 In O..h.m. __.213 7 11 1IIre. D. A. Harry __._ le.40 of NEI, of SW% .__ I 8 It 1Unknown 1.64
Notice I I. hereby Uen that the following described InnJa will b* sold' nt public auction Lot 8 of Rlk 8 In ahem29 1 ilL J. H. 8uren. _______ 8.83 SW'. of SE'. __________ 8 8 U .0 r>.. O. W. Brows _.. ... 11.8.
on the FlR**'r MONH\Y IN Jl'LY 1926 it being the ftth day of ,aid month before the E' of AE44 8 all W4 ofSFlr4 DC EWLor SWH of SEt.. 4 8 U 18 M. F. Brown _____ 1.80
Coiii-thouet Rae at Starke In Bradford county, State of Florida. or aa much thereof aa E of dv.r ._ U 4 II 120 W. P. CI.de _.__ B3.87 SFt4 of NWV Wh DCw
will b. n4>eaaary to and nay the amount: due for tax. net onpoait the same. together with tMSuet All ____________n___-__-____-.-.0) 4 111 114.1 R. L. Black A Co. ____lla.Hi BWvi of 1E'I"W i. I 23 .0 A. 1. limn ___ 17.4'
of such tale advvrtlaintr. E. W. IIYE3.. Try Collector.er All 22 410 R L black Co. .. 113.81 N \ 4--- .
All : : :::: ---_:::::::::::::=: : 22 410 EL. Black: : Co.: t._:_:'::-__.178.92: eWV78K6aofSWR" of '1

All eveept SE4- of SE4-. __-.19 4 111 1100 no 1. Black A Co. ___________IU.IIS SW'., ___.._________00_ 8 I 23 128 F.nnl. a.!: P.ttee ____ 41.21
TareeDeecrlpdon All ____________ .________-24 4 23 810 R. 1. Black 8 eo. ________118.13 W'. nr rEII, A EIj of NW7S .
8... T. R. A. Owner A. Cats NE", of NE4. A \VIi of a 8W1 W71 of
1' F1 8 Nlia of NW\4 ___.26 4 81 200 no L. Ol..k A. Co ______ ".It BEE4 _____ __ 8 823m E. E. Canoes ___._____ 108.18
of IIEV. 8 N4 of All 810 Hlack Co. 173.2J E1u nr NE'. ____00__________ 8 I U 10 F. J. P.ttee _..________ 14,28
t7SW t4 __00______ .__BI I 10 120 n. J. Andrews ______________.___ 85.'T 111 event- ---BR9---:--of---SE'----.4--:::: ; : == 600 It t: Black : Ca =::::::==.118.14Nt. : Nt,. of 8W't _____._ 00__ I 21 10 J. It.. Ro.enoltlln Co .14.11NWt4
E04 or NEL') A NE'4 of SE4SW4rat '. A WI, 01 AW. 8 8EL1.of of NW\4\ uf NE'4 8NEV. .
SE4 -__________ 8 7 10 180 J. V. E..rde. --------------.--__ .3.69NR4 SIV'I A w4 of SEI4 : of NE'4 of NW' _____ I I 12 10 E. E. Csnovs ---______ 1nE.
.f NW'1 and f..Uon,1NW' I NFIi. of tJEf4 ________._..n 4 tl 160 n. L. Bleak 8. Co _______..____.14.! .... of SWl ofNW14 8W4
j \ of NW'4 ------------S 7 10 M f'I.Y.' Edgard- _________.________ n nSl All .____________________39 4 U 1140 R. L. Black 8 Co. _............. 17132E'u of SEtl o2 NWII ______1. 1 II 40 Marks 8 Gn..th __ 11..'
8E14 of ', 7 190 JIll'll. Florence Varnadora ________._ sa.1S nf NEl/6 A E04 of REV\!: E', of NWL4 oC NW14 __._10 I III SO E. E. Hln.kl. _-.. 10..'
C NW t of v.wjy' ; of and' all NE4 E of E14 of BW'4' nl SE- ____1l 'II III H. H. Spencer ____ 7.1$
' L or SW\'e81V10sofNEI4 !___ _R 4 It toO R.L. Black A. eo.. __________ 48.1 W4 II of 21W14 e J. 9.90
n&W 4 ________.17 11 61 81.,. Ratios _____._____.20.01 NE4/- n 180 R. 1. Black 8. Ca _._ 88.68NSf 810; :l : \Ofor NE4 _:H : : 1: Lo.w omKhrLIto"LoD.; v 40.64:
1':' HP: of NEty: ____00_13 1 It II 0 A. O. Cowen _________.________ 8.BI .. ELof SEL': ss 4 t2 680 JL L Black 8. eo... ____ .119,95EI too 1-2-9-4-8 of Floren.e E.Cnnova. .
R14 of NF4: N of ri.erU 7 15 60 !!I."". UOIIue ____._.________.? 9ni .. RF."I of N\V'. 8 NEll U a com at NE!: cor of NW4of
/ 8% .f of !SWt ?____34 6 10 IIW.\ E. V"rbomll". _________ 18.98 .r WV, A 1140 ;,54 << It 18" R. L. Black 8 Co. .................156.84 I SWVi A run W 1040 ft t'If
8v4of 8W'nf SE\4 -. 18 1 10 1\1\ M. 0. R..I..on _._ .. ._ .... of NW4 7-----__ 41 G UtdRb 19.82 j S 460 (t C 1040 ft N 460 ft
All SF4: of NT.4 N of road,48W44 fJ4"8 sw4 8 5.4----of---- ::: : n 580 R t Black 8 Co;: 151.11Ntr I to beg .._ ___ ITNW I SS 11 Jeff Lee 11-B

of NE4 8 NW4 of of NW'4 _______.24 11 .0 R. 1. Bank 8 eo. 1184SL V, of ix. W 9. A. ..
5E4 ___ 1 I 10 101 W. 1If. Thomas ___._.._____ 91.90NWy of SE'4 .. H'4 N 1a88'ofSWy.. "-
of NEV. 8 NEy4 ofNW4 of NE4 of o5 14\ ________18 4 It 40 N. T. R1oh. 8 O.: IlL 1011I. n.n ceot B a In SW eor A 'EIoI. .
___ __ 1 I 10 II M. 0. a..le..oa. .... .._ 1I.4S NE4 oC IIW", _____________ S 1 12.0 no 1. Black Ca. __ 11.81 of SWH A 9 a W of pobile
e 8E"I4 of NEI48 :11 .:tfE N4' of NE' ________10 It I. J. Ii1. Futeb 28.10 road In NWH\ of SEH *
NWn =' to5w14 tsar U ''ft Womll.wn __.___.11 S It 10 101... Loan It. 8..11 __ 1.1& WV, of 8WV. of SEH\!: _IT B IS 1B4 O. J. Griffin _.. ..-..- ?, 01,41
t of 8E" ._ 1 a la NI.f 8W'4 of SW ____..11 S It 10 L D. Arnold _________- eSE4 --- ,... I NE'. of SWH _______._____IBEH 4 11 4BUS Aanle. Rernold HIT
N BE comer for 00'-1' ___ I 8 I" n. R. F. Merrtttp. __ 18.11WI40 :' of 5E14 of NEt _11 S It 1. >E. T. Colitis. _.__ 5.76 of NEH of NEH _____SB Peek A Bereal. '.11
of NE4: E .r deer ____ I I 10 .0 J. P. Bowling .. .... 54 of SWI.4. oC NW _Ii S II 10 Thoe. 8. Fatsr _____.......... 1.04 40 a off W eld* _
N4 of BE" e' "no;". aEof :" I.nt 111 In Woodl.wn __ 5 U 11 8. M. Cho..hhl1l. ___-. '.TI NW'44except SWH NWH of a
SW4 8 all 8Wy1 of IEA '" Lot H in Woodlawn _1. S II II Dr. Edwin So Footer 171N.J SWH\ __-_______ --__10NWU SS S64 O. Z. Grima .- ..."
of XIII b..nell, _____.11 8 10 118 B. I. Slpp __ IT.DI or lot III In Woodlawa, _It 4 II I CII.e Clemooe ..?-.-. 1..1 of NWVt except 1 1 lot laNW
t NW'4 Dr BE4!: 8 .n Z'4r .f Lot <62< In Womllawa ___.---16 6 II It J. P. Phlllpo ___ n. T." roe -- st 8 U 40 P..k.A HeroD'' .-14.1Br
"lItf.: W of l'o"J\e\ nod all N4 of lot.. In Womllswn.16 1 II I 1'. A. F"ber _. 141 Com 410 ft N of SB eor ofSWH
BWiI 01 814 N ef XU Lots 61-61-11-11 or 8W64 of of SWH A ran N 64) I
branch l! 1 10 '74 I. P. Ibwllo4 _. lI.n 8W4 except 11. a ___II 8 It.. Unknown .. 11.11 ft W 111 ft 8 10 ft E 116 ft
Cam .t SW coINW4f: p O M Lot4 In Woodl.wn ______.11 1 11 10 MsbeI. G. 8bereaa. 176enr. ta bag. __ .___ It B SS Clarence Etl roa w ....
NE4 8 N20 yda V 43-11 8 84 .f lot 10 laW.dl.wn 11 a In. NH of NEt of$SWH
wi... fence. tbe. J: to X. ..___If 6 It II 101... Laura A.. B..n ___ .... .beg. 187 ft E of NW Mr ofNE04 ,
1 Kinney branch th.ece S Lora III-III Is. Woodaw. _II S II II 0. I. EaLoa _....19.51 SWt4 8 no E r -..
along said branch 10 B line St4 of let 8 all let' 50W14 861 ft 8 B76 ft W 1016 ft I 1
of NE\4 of U\4.\ tbeD" 'Itto of : 61. 1 In Woedlawa .15 1 It 10 U..hoW1l 11.17 thence N 18 d.a_ to .bee -
bee __ _____________II 8 10 II Y. L. Crew. _.._____ l1.to Lou 8 11 In Woodl. _11 / II It T. F. G.skle 018 ex 4H a off \E!: end also EH
1 r aEyf\ at NW\4___ \ .______. __-.tt..g .t: 48 Y. L. Caws ________.......I5.T1 Lola 1-18-4I-H Itt Woodia.n-11 8 $1 M I. L. CMdwo 1..11II" of BIk/SofR4W 8.11 _


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.1 W 'In NWU" of SWin NEVI 10.71 take HACKS': IllALINd; :- : HOMY: .i VISFESM: : > VMUt.Nt. of IIKD-
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si- "C s\v Tempsu W beg ___ _._.-_.____.__ 1. 122 1 Hand, Bl''m.r ..___...__._.... 11.0'I A h ts. .',..r..I. Coun.
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I ft b. & W A. 220 ft wide : of ..Jt1 ;f \St( SALVE: fur Ohi'st' I'nUK" llfnd Cnlils/ mil I M11VCII: I AND a'i -
110 115 I ni \H ,f iff.
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TmpL. rub, ,div. ....._ 21 6 I' I Mule Pdnde .....__._....__ 1,70Frnclh On. lot of of 4I land, ::8B fl ,aq_In---01 SEcor B sa an Hamilton _....___ 1,10 IIAYES': MhAIlM: HONEY Tho salve' AT I..VW. DKVISrH: : AND
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pNIl\ ?line of Jon.* land { : I: \ofl NWy :! SE14 thn nt trm tirnliitM rR .tif FIFI\ .DINO. If ,,in '. and If
I 92 S 21 I John Culver (1'21) ._.... .--_ US I..r vi 11I\'n.lra.<. Salvo Iliruuilli. tin d.I iii, then his' IIFIIIS IT
SB" ft. thence N |I" nw if IAW
along publla In tel NWI4 of SEI4 HK, ,..., .
7\10 a % of :, hi in N u ati'lis n i,,,uith, l'I'\'IS.t 1 I: : \NI
2 road. Ibnpa to line W bwtween alnnit mid blk 1 lint A ftoe S 2 .a .___.___ ____ _____lf 1 fa 1 John Culver ______ '.'1 l
to boa T<'mplp* nuh dlv _It S n R, M. 6arbma6. .n T" 190 1.01 In 8\10 1of SV4 W Lln..n of ry Cltr._.Ia 1 12 11biY Frailer -.._. I.Lobi ant Just ofttm Bilk cmnblinil' trintiiiiut U.'lai .'"1ANII' > HK1'()III.\ riON8.olumilntc .

'ir.f; IF' of SEW ..'. .rU S II l' E. a. IblllDWI m. ... ... .US 1.1 of blk 1 In Linenn your druggist, for HAYFS'IIEALINti : by. tlirouuh, or under r
A t'f of rand In 8E4!. City In Blil of 8IC' War.,. 82 1 21 F au1. Albert _.__._ .ALoh HON'V any herein no nhove or m n if ilefemlanta
N\V:; king 400 ft E *-yo.Ain named the land
: ft w''de 1 on W mil A 87ft tylj 'lJb :E'4nw'.ll'': nlJ ir .uiv .mi of II..nt iU. ..crlbed,. ,
n of h 0 91 Fannie Albert. _............ ..._ tlO In I'll! f la
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'I hip! nn F: end A hounded :
Lot I of blk 6 In To Cum
Lilleon Cold
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Day Till: \\110II
on N I hr: Flllnirron fund A on In S'" or W 0' 1'7 ___32 II fa ll ben Albert _..._____. 1,10 Take ,, woilt!Lfl. who mayilaim : ,
tit F hy Ell,ott llind and on Lot 7 ref SE't LAXA1IY IIROMO QUININE': (Tableta 1 any nit bit. 'title or I Internet

K the on W the by S raeeon bv Mm Davie Harriot pine 1 Lot.In S'4 I 1-4 at:JkS blk;: .IS n W I"1:10y Lineon.52 1 .1 B..... 0a1MII. 111 Cukl 401,0| the T V iiujih,. GKO\' and' :II S! Ilradirhe aliinalure; : nn and rarh! work"bux oil:90r thi In if .nil o..ml'II""t to ,rind. ,1 Inn, 'irlbul.la In this delllact.lI"t. Hill.

O Cooper Innd -_._ 22 0 12 Unknown .__....__ .It City 1.81' of SE'4: W or ry 81 S 12 Annie May Hamlltoa .'_........... '..10I 1111 I. 1'0 QUIET TITLE ETC.
WI"I of Si j of SEV\ of SWVi En .t a pt 9.10 dint 8 "rI
' of 3W" ......ISS'f I 12 1 Byrd _._._ T./0 I NW mr 0' IIWIoI of JIIWI \& NOTICB OF ELECTION NOTICE
of RFof 5W14 --..____& I f lit outs", Parker : __..___ 11.11 I a run S 10 6.10 .hna E 10 The .Io.r.I nI'innt.' limn H. r'imanua, aa "
RW't i of SFtS'< : ; of !IF-'', ..__ _25NW'i 12 18 A. Belaol.r _.__._.__-= 10'.. d...rrea B to dents 0' ntheme of Py Plorldn the ptmer trutvtl In htm( U the taw Hunt n".1.I "Individually. If In III I anil If deaife ..
"f NWV of Sl"4 A N on ry 10 31100chaa Hoard. of I'uttii.,, Inittruct on of thin Inn "H'?ira at Law, Devle n .
SW of SW'4' of NF14:. ..f2 1 22 .S J. 8. Elliott __...__.__._ 1M. I thence W 10 draeaes N Bedford. Cminty Florida. h,..nbv rills nnalwtlun 'I UK.: DitU.x.: ; Life Tenant u..l:" I.. nnn'r..!:. '
7 a In iW cop of REV, of 10 ..10 rhna .In beg ttvt330 I I. 10 IDshard AJIaart (InS) ........ ._.. 11.0 to be held in Brook sub Hcluxil <\li<. nods, I. tin will of Louiae i .itrlott Diane.
NWI4 --_____.___.____It II 12 7 .'nlen....... -__.___ f0.t9 Drw .t n "I I ".10 dine 8 of I Irlct on Tuesday. .June 80. lt>JK. fir the pur. nan, .,.......... probatei! \b. fr. .. the Court ol r
N\V'1 of NWV, -_._ __._ ?1 43 .0 ]III.. ]l1..lon N Bomar ___ !11.60: I NW nor .r SW% of NWII polo of tl ctlnti thrw triulio and ,ilvurmln. "iniJudif* of Ur.Uo'l I i inty'. Florid e
PFl of SW" N of rend. 21' 22 0 J. J. 8,100., .___________. n." A run S 10 n.lo chat : 1dS Inu, the mount of Ulnae ta be UMicil for I., rnl" ,.,I benemlnr Hth )i- o n Idolater of
All WU, of NEVi of SEV 8 of de''1'10I S to c.nter .f ry tho tntuinv' two yinrt A. T. Stewart John tt < 'und Elate, No i or? u. '
med __________ _- ______ 2' 6 12 0 M... Ellis Bo.. ________.___ ..10 I tI..nr" N on no 10 1a.100 Shrtvor and Leland, Brown arc .nu>lnuJmnniia0ra i ,,,:,,. Record : th. II : v:i I Law. LI..loJ .+
W" ..f N1'V': .r NW'I ehne thence W 10 desrsei N for said clMtlon uul< ,I Vaaliina. of Loulf i,. vnrg'i '. M I 1.oula 1
NWt' of PF':' of NWl';; _tl 6 12 00 Mn. Loul. Wililum.--.._ 10." 106.10 .hn. to bra" ._.___11 122 10 Rlebard Alben _..._.. 11.1. I.. W. KICKUTBRCheilrmiin: lit/maan. or l. ub* ..1'''>.*..''.". nr "oula
N29ii B 8oftofSl6 a SIr NWt4 loiemsn.I deeeaaed. t .," "> .if 1.? vtey, 1 I'. .
of SWH of SWVi N of 6e:ratN-1tnr60 ft 1V or.l:; H D WIGGINS Itmilrord ..."n..,.. K* rl' 'H. It\"". \t law ,
pnbllo mud -_ __ .. __ _S3 d 21 III E. B. Shlpm.n __'__' 17." run S 15 degree W 180 _ro'.ry.' l'" ,ti>i..fa and Auit'n. ..I' 'Iuaar Vdolph
Portion of EH of NEW: of ft h.nc. W 15 d."..... N to l I'n.\.ha..n.\ and o "I... l I' ""i.iutitan In '
SF'l': lying R of public. mud IS 0 12 IS J. A. Howe -u .48 W 1 hne, 0' sue ::13 h"ne. N to I Io'E NOTICEIn hon n right. end .. I I. o,. .. r baton of
W In of NWV of RPH': AN NW '4 of NWI44 I 1.,1. I I I.in. lotto u l if 1.oula*
II e No1 : of mn'I VIi ofesF1 thence : 0:0S: boy __ -----81 5 12 JfI Uelenewd _. ._ SUO I the Circuit Court. Eighth Jud,'rlnl Clr l.l: ,,M/imiiM, '. tier. u..I I o.f llrnlf"n| '
:..W .._--!4Ml II 12 II n. D. Bowen ..__._____._ 11.08 S In SW r of Sy4 oNW' cult Prmtford Calmly I'lorlda In Chun eery. Co'inlv II I?rl,I In the I M, i nv li,'\i.eea "
Rw'S I, of RP.4 A TH': of W :; ry .__. ._..__..51 5 fa 2 Lint Chandler _.__..___ T,4$ Mary E Edwards ni',1NalunH. f Uodw'g t" .,'-pe'0i., wlf. of )l'
9E V, of SW 4 S of Trek On ::1U0 ft W of NE cor .f \n Hill to Rvmovft Cloud Kto thtsl; ,lin,. Hi,",liiliii"an, ....,,110 d.l m.,1 lot,, of "ny
_-.-_ __ _nr. II n IT L. C, Prescott ........_._____._.__. 1114NPladof NE'' of NE"1' A run Than,. Dixon .t .1.t liedfnrd ? h"p'le dlano I
'"F.'I ..._IIVWV II 4. L. M. Lamle!' __.____ IS." ft % :Ion ft I4 1002 S"IOO E It eippriirinf. from the allegations of the ninn: Mnx ,I'M::, h"annW.t; : ln> Huoh. if m e1k ,

of *>P''t .. _-..--4A II 21 4" t L. O.I..er .--...._._._ 10.84 Old It to bra _.__ _________U 5 II 10 C. N. Holder _._....___.__ 1817 worn Hill filed In .the above mated cause, that I.fi>. and If dial. tlti'II, their r..niill\e| heir. \ I
RFI' of NWVi _. *7E" S 21 40 V. Moore -________._ 40.0 Com pt 17M .ha W the rmltlmtmi and stun of the drf.*n tnntii' to- \t law Pevi.eea and A..,.". Warren P| .
(. of NEM of 8WM of NEVJ ae "of NFL t a run J wit: 'FhumiM Plxon Simon' J. Irmpl. John Uni-.l If In. life and If deal, Hi. hen' Ililr' > '" I
1 a In NW cor of 8E"i of 131 yd.N616idS131tide 1>",Ie.*.. El.mbfth" Stvrn. Churlwi J. Sun. It I AI'tfxlaee.1 and Aa.igna. Ilioma. W.

NF:', _-__ __.17 5 12 II W. N.] Bryan ..____.___ 11.011 S Ole )',1. 'to Ina __ _._____,. 5 II 14 U.lano" _..___.___. 10.29 dull Jeifmw W Slncliitr AimuBttM K Itnntley. Flrldmic., If In life, and If dial th.o his .
1 a {In 1W eor of E'l of SCVlof BOlO .t SW nor Qr I M.iry K. (Boon" Mm W Corr. John C. Cr.- II,.Ira At Law, U.v"and" A..l"na. All
SF", .-tTPW 1 1: I C. N. Holder ._..._._ ...2 NE'4' & run E 8W24 t N tnvn E. rrtytnn Smith Nicholas P Arm. Other Porno,,. Firma sad,I Conwratlon
of s19'S 'lot S e InNW 900 fl W 671'1 tt7l 5 500 tl tronir. Arthur W laird Samuel C Gih...on. elalmlnir by 'through. and tinder any one or

cor A 1 II In NB ror 87S 6 12 81 nml.d Johnson ._ __ 17.1' to big ____ .-._._-_______$. I 12 11 rr.nl7 O. ]lleaon ...._.....__._. 10.10 ( Imrlra W lull Alfred D Con.*. Thomii-. "in.Vo.:; di.ftiKlant.: nbi>v*, '
a 'In MS cor of RWH' of fKVt Com at NW nor of NEL4' or llurrln M.itnim Yimnimt. Richard Kop.uood the or any of tinun,.3'r: this
laNASbylaKA NW'', A run E: Ion tt 8b Lponnra M. Snmiii! C Hill if ('..nl.I.'nt.' anti I the Whole World
XV ._--_-_ -:_-27W' 4 U I J A. .T.ml..n ..._ 4.10<< 200 fte W 400 ft 2 10r b A: Splndlur, Jmn\v:::.oii. Smith: : ; \\I, :1r.:1i.: who mny any right'. title ur 111.. ,la .'

. of RF'! of if"i: __ S7 S 12 III J. E. Futcb _.___....__.._.____. 10..9 _---_--_-_ -___!__--U II D. D. WI.rol -...__ US BiimuH A. Swann. N. D !ln rnmitn. Jnmos tfiidtM .. mid .In the ,Inn,,U .l.arrili.il,I In tlila 11 of
"E' of NFM except ahoiit 8 of BE'4 i..Pt John Mrxnnitpr) tiahHni Snmiu. I ('. eomlnlnt| h, ".in d, .rlh..1 l IIH r..I"".;: silt, .
a off E side ft S a In NW cop B1J nor -------_-----_--34 U 10 n. C. Cot _.....__..__._ IUTBI Inn.'. 1.? It Tor!.'. .I I). Mrlromoro. .r. C. WKf. ate lyliiK and brl0e tn Urn(font. County.
# I n In 8W cor A 1'11':14':< of or SWh of 1 22 .0 Sam Raenberg .._._.._.___ 1,41SW'S l'V tltt. J. M lohni' Chard RobrHa. F.. I lorldn/ .. and, bring. put of Sictlon 21. Town
NEVI: except bottt 4 a In NE f NWL' SE\ri------U !''C. KMnworih. Ann llupuonl fnhn C. Anunitt itlilli n. Kimvi /,. nod more particularly da
eor A 1 it 'In NW rap A ,: NW''II. of SWt4 alt:! R. I'u.iJy. W R I.iIIP. RIlMWnrth Tnut Comny. I Ir .., ,,1..1 a> l Inlx t So 3 and No t. In luck No.

41 ii I In Se: ror __-27 0 II If! F. P. Stump _....._.______.__... 11.0. c.pt 10 a In !lE cur .____._" 6 II 110 ('. C' OriSla __ __._..__.__.._.____ 18 lit it corporation: K I I. Mrfnll C N Ito 14. ih' < faxit of lawly' ",..' 'nun-
.. i2011- ( ft W of NE ear of SE'' or ?..E'q 0 6 n .0 r.II.] Coleman -_.._.___.____._____ 1181 M. F O HuMmnl, N W Hack.''I. A. L: Iy. il It i hin. HIT....1111. to I'lMt of said towan
W" of NW".f i SF''I', of RF.4 of NW'\\ _______ .. __.15 S 12 40' ]Mlnnl. r..lllllr ---.-.....-..----.-- IIA7 Von Kirn' (;..t"'tula Trailing f-mpiiny thin- ",,r,|. lii II. I Itvor.la of llradfnrd
'1':11': A rim a :2IK ft W tn0 ft PE's ot SWtq ____.__.__.__.A6 S 12 .0 EBsa Moore ___.__._..._______._ 11.87 can U Flotrht TnwtV, .. Stark*' 1..1111.0.I Cuiiity .MoriInVr .
N :"in! I ft F Inn ft tn o..r 5. S II o.n.... Towns .._.______._.__ 8.011 $514 or !lEj4 _.uu.. -___-__ 9 18 .0 A. J. Miller ...____._..___._____ 1t.81 I (""mi,itnv. a rm iporntltm. V J. Hhlpnmn. flralinm ,. 'lutphy ndi0'd. ) and niilrnl.| each and
Lot 2 of hl! 7 In orlitlnil, In"'n E'', nr SWI L 0' NW'. ____ 2 7 n 10 MN. Ella J. tt."p ._..___-__.._____ 1I.8TBE t o.t.Ht. S P Onnllm\ .r nro nil unknown ,.C you. to 01'I"" the Hill Of Complaint
of S-nrko In NF.Ior\, WI211! S II Nn. Eunice O. Canoes ._.._.__.. If.IO I or NWI; ____.__ __._- 2 7 P90 Mm. ]Fif 0 IUohard Eot. _____.___.__ tO.97NEL4 and that there In no person In the 011 Iho l nlinlhlid rotten in tin. Inl. day of
Cim Tl-fl ft W of SB ror of I 0' NW4 ________00-_._ 8 1 12 .0 fO.m n..nbor" ------------._.. 10,07 nltil. "f FI..I.1 ,.. thu denim of Hiihpnrnn, upon,, August A. I U. li''n' and,I. in.'h of In
lot of 1o''k( 1" A run N 105 N'( or NE'4 or NE'', _____ __ 8 T 12 10 W. W. rob-man! __.._._..____.. 110 I luhnn, would bind aid fendnnUi: and, Hint, rourat. ami ,. ,..5r rll.d, YII, .h.1 ID
ft W SO 1.1 S 1 lOB ft to Call N.6 a of NWV, of B\V'\v---- II T II III lTrnry Mitchell II. ._._.___.______-_ 11.87 it in btliv\rd by thu complnlnnnt that the .,".h c...*. ai t.IIP end ..1. Mm. whatever claim
St' E 30 I.' ft lo boa In ori.frlnnl I l'v't, of l.yE;' of 't'wof 8. : i n g T'nknown: 5,10 nnld n.mrd;: d :fendnnU whns rr ldt town of Stnrke In ._ .: : Film. Margaret Wilson ........ .- 1.11: Sire are unknown m c o mr nlnnnt, art inter.oelyd you n I lay and claim to the above
NE": of !SW! _. __ WOn 6 II Sim 1toHnbnIT ._.._....._._ '5." NRY, or IIF.V, ___ 4 7 t2 .0 n..... WOllsms ___u_.._____._._.__ 18 114 In the pr<'',porty Ins<>\U<'d In the Butt 0r.rriini: two; ; r.I uf land:,, anil: 'any and allpnrtlona
lot on N Me of Cult' St I NE', of NF.I, or NWI, -_.__ 4 T 12 10 F.dmon" Ch.ndl... _____.._._ RIO and (that enmplntnnnt doc* not know nnd has thereof And Hint ......In newapa
02t; ft B:: W hy 219 ft N wli of NW' of ttW' ___ 1 7 12 10 '.11 not brim able tn ar*>rtnln' whether any of per liubllaheil In stark', tliadfonl, Count*.
fl! boundml N by .Toffer on Sit 0' SSof NE's A 8W14 add known fen.lnntu are d..d or aB'. and l I'lorliln. known anti enlled! Bradford. County

St W bv lnn l of Mm !If.... ': :r SE' of NE% 'swi4' 7 12 10 Sam Rns.nburg ...._._._.....__._ I6.T9 tint It I. helloed by complainant" 'In .aid Intrnph, ,la lion. .by ,ilmlitnaled, aa the newa 1
".n A F bv Mk 17 In orl l- I 1 a I In eq I In SW cor ;, pwmn i Bll,, that tluri (la s person nr *rt> pern I'.P"n\ which this notice be published

Sal' town of StorVe. Vc'i!: of 0'. NBIoI ________ ______._ I 1 12 I Wm. Frailer __........__.... 4,10n n. lnt.<.retitvd In tho prtipi rly' Involved In ."1,0 n wink for 8 .h.1 ..
RW' ___-___-_88! 6 13 San Rm.nburt __....__._. II.I into .t"NW car of NWL'of nch suit whose name .or name and ate or Title llit! day of May.11120 W'ln..' my of
E' "f lot 1 A loin 3-5-7 of btk NE' run S 420 ft aurM end whoa n iih, nrn are unknown tocomplnlnnnt n.I.h.nd\ and .. .
2(1( In orlir nnl town of Starke 630 ft SilO tt W 420ftN21O : Theri'fnn.. II It nrdircd' that the ,1.

In NF" of 9W1! _-.__---.-28 4 II o.1l&lIm L..mber Co. .._....._. 84.11 f' W 210 ft 10 boa __ ._ II 7 I. 4 n.If.] Sparkman .._.._..___.__.. '.70 said known defvndnnta who art heretoforenamml U. W AI.DBKMAN.flrmifordCounty.
lot 2 of toile 57 In i>r1rtn l ltoirn All NW' or SE'S' 11! of ry : In thin order If IJvinir: and If dend alt (R..I CI., k tlreult Court .

of Qtnrkf In N1'':'' of B'\oo\ 8N I a -- 6 7 22 7 Sam Roe."be ...__.._.._..._.. .... tnown clnlmlnir I lntonii ;under the said' Florida. A
-----------------2. S 13 Conetnn.n Lumber Co. __. ._._ ..... Ei of -ri.-.isl -;,; and named lirfendnnta' .ru,. enld. de* J. n SPARKS.
Lob 8.8 of bib 33: In J. 11. __ _n __!____ __ 8 7 II 110 J... Remntda ___.__._.._ 1t.1!! medal or otherwise. and that nil pttrnnni Atlorny, 8.?"..7.1. I
Joonn add ,to Slnrko! In SBM: F'' '. or !''IE'9W'L\ _n_ 7 7 12 .0 Lliy Wooda _.--------_.....u.__ I.T' whim.oi\, r wh....* name or namra are nitricod -

of !Sat! ;, ___ _- .. --.:28 S 22 R. DL Sparkm.n ._...__._______._ .411 NE' or NEil A NW'of' 'tit IM and nn. unknown 'In complnlnnnt, NOTICE .GIIARDIIN BALEThirty '
I...t R of Bile R In tlvlnnBton 11.8E'4, ot REII, -----10 It 120 Paul Hrm ____........__.._.__ 1 Hint may bo t.r nn ,initn. .t,'ti In tlu,. property 'If
Trot>.. find Con add to Stnrke, NE'v!: 0/ NEilL of SE'' ___.____10 1 T. J. Alderman .. 0.01. inMhiit In Mi. miil In W> '. or Vf": : .__._____88 123 O. W. Sn.n...... _.___._.__.____ L35 of RW'I _________11' t2 40 M. W. Orllfla -.........:....-. : 19.87 All .of.Rpctli one I MI I I : northonst quarter nf Ill! ., 22nl days hey nflir of June hereof.1DJ5 On I tba"nd'nIAn.d I
Lot 5-1" of bIle 11 In Living- ,. EI 1 Nf!..'!IJI1: !.NW14. o.tIOY!! north nut quarter. end wtwl halt of north aa i.nnniian; for rrinal.niover ,I'
.ton. Trahy A Con add to 1' '' W I I otv ipmrtor and nut half df mirth w ntiimrtir I
yofIA : : Martha Clm.\er. Joshua Groover
Rtarkf In W'': of NFt'29 6 II O. L. Underhill ... .. _'._ 21.16Lot. wr"u'ItP, /7' :_ 7 12 .00 Paul limp. ____..._.......__...12At0SF'I < and! nnrlhuil. ; i qniut'r of northwestquarter :: .lacy dritover. and t.roovwr, Minor ) ,
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1 .2.11.11 of bib 11 In --- .r IIW'1 II 40 C. H. Rlwn ._-...______.__.._..._ 1I.IT | and utheimt g0artrr| of southwest hole of J. It. l.nwver NUl. Ueeeaaed. will y .
I.\n"otnn.\ Tnibjr "Coo Blil at NW'4 _.____ ._._____.111 1 II 80 C. U. Riven .._________.___. 80.81 quarter, and rfhiutit' ipmrU r .if tdutheaatqunrtirr I
the A. Oardlner.
add! to !Stiirtt.' W of NISI2S' : 4 22 Nn. .T. L. S114!: at RW'1 if 40 lose I_ Poland __.. io20 : ,: of nectlm' two ) ; MHtthwrat nuar* apply tu l..o".bl., Oeo r -
B.ln' ........-.. _____ 11.10 I In.. In Ur of .r421. I fiuniy: Judge ''c County 44
I.on 11" of bib 11 I In Llvlnn- 1I'o of 58'-----------------\- 17 7 22 .0 Pollard -----24,01 iouthwi-ait I" outh three* Nor Order: r ; aal. [
ton Trubv A ftm add *oBtnilip E', or 8W1a __ ___ _IT 7 II 80 Unknown _....._._._.___ ".01 t.unrtern' of nuihenul" iiuntttr of noiithnmt 1 f.levinth nn' iindUldnl lo sell Interval nt private each of lolg .
In Ntt of NFi' ___ Slot 6 II N. Corn nt nor : ofBE' qunrter, of section throw ((9)) : north half of I 1 I
Alva Hoer!: -.-.---.-. ...0 lE 010 v\r; north' half and louthwvat Minors In and to tin following "nel"
N of .
59 .outh.n.
run rum junrtor
12 of lit 1* In Mvlnmton.Tviibv Lnnila. to-wltl
A rf< nM ,to !"ItnrVe' 1 I I rda S 40 e". F: 1 rdA to bo1D 1 II A7O EII..both Joh"on _....._...____.. ".In ... qunrtor and wrnt half of southeast quarter r;"... half. of >'inh' ', nt quarter. *.**pti
Corn vdn W of Bill of I and unitthtaat of noiitheaat
,InV ...rF: :' _29 S 0 D. s. cnr spa qimrier : quat- >.iclil ni'r<* In nurlhwnt, rnriitfr aeottim 1lawns1lp i
Wh".r' 1:1": .--.-------.-. 21,16' to A run yd. 70 ydsE ti r uf section four H) : nntthia qunrlrr eel
I ':' of ilk 12 In Ltvlngnton.Tr 4 to yd.:: ;V,70y, : b't _._III 1 I. I Wm. Latch _____._.___.______ ... ".05 tnt half of rthwifit. quarter and eotittiHt i 7. Mouth. Itnim. .'" rani' ..v.n. '
'il"< & f... ndd, to StnrliPi ". two, ni na. iin r or li m until. Innda
!Lod' 2 I. Hutnnna add to Iiamp qunrti of n"rlh".1 nuarttr and north ane
i I" \\" < ...rF.:: __ 28!! 6 I' t A. Ro_ ......._._ 11.0' Ian, .. _: .. ._....ell 7 II Daniel Ib-0lamf _.__.___m______ 7.11 I 1."lf. <.r noiiiht' 'fit qiiartrr. of nectlun nine (10)) 1 I In.Inn In Rradhrd.I (' ",,'lv. I lorldaIII. .
1.a:t I: of l.llt 1 In TI In.iton.' .. "?' Lot a I. Hutnnna add to Hemp. north Inlf I of mtrthjrnt quarter of ii I tlnnU 1 ,Ut Inv of Mar, 1026. .

T nbv 6 r... tub .dlv of I Inn .- .--_---III 7 .11 M.aaie R.llam _....___._______. T.19 ( ), nil; In t.,w tin hip slt'0' ) Mouth. rnnv MIIY r. oit00VER. .
F.I'I of NF:' ._ _- _____S8I II II John P..... .... .. 7.70 Lode 1 2 1 16 5 0' blk 1 18 la 'w"'y.lwo' 1221( I (eel. roiiinlnlnir' "n. them r.r2.HI l.n.IU OiinrdlunNOTII y

.o,1' HsmDlnn __..._ .._..ID. T II John MI."y, ___.. ....______.__.. 95.20Lnle sand scorn ,hundred, nirti ty <41.111"1] acr<'H,. 'K: OP APIM.IfATION TO Mil : i
14.16 blk I U -- smp : moro or 1 lean. .
of VTV --_--__-88t 0 Ja. Byrd -.----.....-------. .0' .-_._... ..18 7 II W. O. Sono __.___.. .__...._._.___. IUBNt Also north thrrtt hunlitd twenty 1t: *!O' ft.t I MINORSNTKR)1ST IN LANDS
."" 1.2 or E'' at -blk 32 In of NE" a ow'of' N5E'', of northenet iiuarter of nouthwett. quart'
1.1 I Inunt.m. Truby A Cat I : A'' of }OHIO of }1WI4 teen and. ,not four: :hundred: farty5v. (1110)) fort of Nllre U baby ulvMi Hint the unilenlvn.. I II

.uh div of NT' nf NF"', 28 6 II Lillie ..nd.. -......-.---...-... ,.,. n In III': e.. ___ _____20 7 ft 112 Inn twy Pollard _.___u..________. 11.11 u'h"not' qunrtrr of snot 10"0' quarter' ..f i .in 0",1.:" in,I. i.f II... peon nod pmperyIds ( t
I.r1.' 1 1.2 of bib 89 'In t.l\ln..- I S'' ot NF's 0' NW' ._____20 7 .1 10 Unknown ..-..--____..___.... 5.93 outbwmt quarter and south holt of n >rtli> I MIY I'. my. minor llr,, heir lit Inw( her of I Ida I Ifather .
ean. Truly'; lllb dtvof N''' ', agent 2 a west ',iunrt r of .Mithiaiit .,,,.r'.'. rvroptwest Mny I'liiny. .h..I. mil o Bra',
NF'' ,, of 0Co.', _. ..81 i sa lam Tyson ___....._._.._.____.__ 10.011 Wfc.F.! ._ .. 1 II 76 W. R. Bl.cher __.._.....__..._.._.. 21,27 four ((4> ner. anti went half of Mouth- Hy: Illiha. d.c".I.| | III.1. of 1"r.> I
E'' of blk' 11 'In Ilvlnwton.Tr "..nly. Ikirlila. ,.,'., to nonrlh.iu
12 a In BE rnr at N1C\4\ of west qiinrti of onthmut' ijunrUr. suit xotith, wil. '.
ll, nub llv of ME" 1.. n. KIII.h __ ___._._.__. __. half ( eru, .\. 0..11": Jud.:. ,
u F.C. B I NW(4( ________. ... ___21 7 II II ...5tN'prffiof"NWy4 of northnut quarter' nf anutheniit rjun .. ,
of -_- _- ---S8 1 I' Sam Tyson _.._.....___ ..._.__ 4.10S' except a- In Ie,. except n\.. ('A' aeriM In northoant. '''rO.'. furl! r,unit'. I I ldn' nt Inn. nl'leo" In PItIg"
of Mk n 'In Mvlnmton _......_!.__. _..21 1 21 15 1m boy Pollard __..__.__...____. IS.OT north if rn'Irond. in etlon thirteen ((10). ) : ntHO II. iiilu, on iin llru.nil, l lay ?r duly earn' \ L. "
Cot .lib dlv of NBV4.' \ M. J. arMn _.. .____....__._.... I I'll., at two mini I hi"", ni' titu.
TruF,6 8EH of NEI\ _._____.__ ___ 21 1 II 40 ._ 1ft.1I *tiuthw4Mt quiirttr' of northeast <,unrt.r. n (t
F..r F.h"k\' \ -- --- lvntato/ 12 4ilfnd 'D...... _.... _...... __a. 8.DII N'4' ot !''CF.' or NW\4\ IWIiof lie! t,'11 ((10 sons In north..,.nit corner and after, Ivnto aa.de can 1 : ft IN,,: hHtnl the" l I..l tor(' 'rlo I *' which oc:1:
"f .I 41 ,In -. NE' _00. _________.21 7 II 00 Wm. K.lah ......__.._....--.- 10.89 rut half of nor I h we*t jtinrter soil northint I1 th.r.f'1, all H' i right: tltla anil :
T"nbv A Con sub div of NBViof !'IW\4' \ or NW\\\\ -______.._____22 7 t2 4. M. J. Green ..__._._.._..._..._.___ 11.74 iimrt| "'r of Houthwint gnnrtr4 anti .,"th..a. htaln.,1, ,tin .1,11 .In mill to til. '
NF'3* 0 .. Dilly Drown -......-...-.----- IUD All ___________ __ ____2 7 It 140 1"111 Ume. ______..--._.___.__.___ .' gnsrlrr of Bniiiliwnet ititrttr., .iofft"t ten I l.rml .r Imil' moor. l In '010.
Lot. 2-1 of: hlle.iIIn--.I IvlBf i ; All _u __ __ .21 1 12... Paul Rios. _____--.._________.___.".. M"" aerie In 01l1t".1 curtur In lection .Inu. d..erh.1'o-wll. .11"I..d
d ton, Trul A Con nib dir NWI of N.I NI" ofNWtk twrnly.four' '2tt, : riho north half" of north- "nty. '

Lot of S NF'of blk, of 42 NEi In -Mvlnaiton, -_--28 II 12 W. 1t. 11".11 .......-.-----.. 4,40 I a sq \in-NF------------------5: cur' ;'rSF.o-' ; of II tlO Paul Braa. .___.__..__..._.11.11. west half qitnrtir and northwittt of' nnrtheniit' qunrti, qitnrtcr'of. and Hntithnistiunrter wet ,\ im.t .lli umh,.'.',...'.".lvll.1| 'I".rer| Intend and In the th. weathelf .. I
Tnibv" A Co sub dlv of $514: 7 <, nt met Ion fourteen (fill) aljin north. half of ''he H.iiihweel 'I"I .Htlot
XE'0'\ NF' __28 I 22 of -3W'4- ; -of-- -- -----:- II : Mra. O. to. Norton ..Y'....... ._ 1-1& ..n.t quarter .f northenat : I'hlrtyonv: Fuwnalilp : 1.n '
---- .To1l1l8 DutI.r _._... "____ 1,40 Wtit4 NW'sI7 T : < quarter and mat .,.;tn of
N'. nt bik5 'In LlvlnnitonTrnby ; 0' M. J. T. Joan ...-...-.....-.. 110of hnlf of nnutheant quarter of nor t hen*t quarter 1'wentyt'vo Ku.I t K< suit :
1.- Nsit1 of4NW'S NEtt ,.. North I f HIM, Nortllwi.t quarter
A Con tub diva. & ". of neitlon. twenty.two ((221) 1 also north- II i .r. the, N

lot F2':0r"lleN: Is':' \ In--LhlnmtonTiul.y ; .2 tz I L O. "Jalo.d .....____._ 'II WII NWi tv:7. 7 12 240 Paul Braa. ....._... ._....... 0070 west twenty qunrtur.three (of_"11.northwest. all In towtmhlt qunrUr| of night suction 18)). ,ll.,,tot,' u'lwiiH niiart.' : of "il iiarl.i":. Soiilliwwt and: m iiuarter the of North.about< Jthree

A Con tub dlv Of 81VWf' of SW'/' FiNIof ry _28 1 II 4T .. south of ranm tw..ty.w.221. ( ) pact: aUoloin aor. nl I.o ni half acre In r
.I.S. Nadu .. .. ... ... 1..10 ,.. the of Ua
NE------------2$ 5 13 --- t eormr of N".lho. 'IU.Io
NE' of IotltS' Enalllh ......._____". ".'11 NRv. Y NI" el NW ninoti-en M0>. Iw.n'y201.( ). twenty-nine .,
Lot. of blk In _. 4..I and thirty ,"ith' it ,It, rl.'r II H.OUII 'fhlrly.n
11-12-13] ) 10In Woodlnwn
25 '
Pn l I. A Trubyn Wf 2 0..1 !tEjR; ..';-of 814;; -of NEIL 1 12 50 W. O. Eenb ...........---....-.-.. II.TO i tlon Ofteon f5i. township} five (dl).In nouthrniiico see- lown.ldp H.v.n Mouth., firm,. TwenlJa.
Surke lnNF nor of SE'/i ..f NW'\'\ run a 12014(, .d. 'Iwonl7-two ((33)) eaet Hn-t .e.mtnnlnu one Inn Irod fifty
of NW W "f ry _._ -21 S II A. Eo Adl".. .__...___. II.'. W 120'' yd N 120', ,.iIto 5: I lie: and they hereby are 0104 to appearto hI'u.,u. more or Ire.

Lot. 21-1 I of bIle C In N. *. .. I. 1.01%, yels" to botr ---- .---.-.99 7 12 t Vlne Parker ._..__.._____ 7,11 the Rill of Complnlnt ;ni.<.d j"I In said emus on .. June. 10. "28. NOHWOOO.
Jon" odd to SMrk In liE'"( sE14.9NWnt'SbIk! of ry ._._..90 T U 44 nr ,IM fore fundny. the :Ird d.y l of A.,,/',.1. A. RO1.
Oar ._ .._ .18
W. o. Hunt __.._.. _. May 1'ennr.
of :-'W'; W of Wnlnut it .88 I 12 A. 1'. OdRL .__._.__._ !116 2 In WIahU l>. Ht2f : ..othorwl the nlloyntloni of laid 'lr'.1'

Lot 1 A Wi'g of, :lot 2 of bile 1 .. .. J I.. /. -:' Lola.'hl1.2tooHmbik "' A.I-8.__...0 7 II W. E. ".Carr ...._.___.__.....___. SO..2 11111 will be 'inhen as ennfemii by the defendant I .J At P.tornry rA4aRI.LS for t,.nulitm
In Trmtd' 'Ii i nil. to Surke! 11 .7.ntta *. 61.6t.1.1ORIII
'In NEB' ,, ..f NW.. A part of elk Itmnnlon .-_. 3l 7 U It la further ordered, that thl order be
.LU Mra. H. B. a.l.ar ._._........_____ II.TO :
W'' of \ W of ry A NE Le of bik II ; put lUhrd once mitt wick for night oonaeeu, POI PUBLICATION t,

tor of ,,'i.r.\.:, NW'i' ---90 1 U I. 1' Huber _._....___.. 51.90 Lo"f.I. !! 50 7 n J. F. Lou... _..._.__....._ .__ .. 00.44 tlvi weeks. In the Hrndfonl County: Televrnph. h7h
elk -- -- .
Lot. I .,.r 4 In Tam. .II. -III-'t: Or lot u n..Mi..np r puhtluhwl In Ilrndford County In Circuit r,,urt. BI. Judlelal ClreoH.nradfunl .
rim a,Id to *tnrk.. In NEVI ftoflot2fblk19InSTampt Hori.le.. County. State of Florida. In Chan.lirailford .

of N\V III part of Wl/j oj -- -_ ___-_ ---_.__.) 7 .9 J. P. Homer .__.____..._._ 18.110 This the 251.h lay of Mny A. D IC1U.
NE' i W f ry A NE car of All bit I 5 Ikl'.n Hampton .10 7 fa J. M. w..n __._.__..._____.. UI G W. AI.DBRMAN County' Bank a oop.U.n. Com-
P.of NW i ._ : :. -ViSS 8 SI I!. A. Bhavr Co. _.__.._..___ IS.13 Let it of ) in Hnmptun: ; : (Ben It. Clerk of Circuit r Lou ,.It.' of "I"I": 4 A lot root E 80 ft ------------I'S 1f C. A. KNIGHT ..
or fractional bIle 5 In Tim- NIVIi of SE''; :::.AO ; 920/ ..O'wti1'----' :::::=::::: 18.2": : Deputy Cltrk laul Value, and Marino Valelte .hla wife.

.. a.1.1' to RI..Ie. In NEIf IIE\ of NW & NOi' 0' SW'4IO' 7 12 120 N. P. C."tban __.___._... 81.72 niOMAR W. riBLDINO li*'" '
of NW' Ii i Inrt of NEti W'- of r8 ,, --.- -W'7 U U l'nkno.n ._-___.__........._.__ ..... Solicitor' of Complalnnnt. Z-90.10!-7.51 "appea'rlnii hy altl.'Invlt appended
SI'':' W of ry A NE oor of I NW'\ ell l to the bi 'In the abovejtatjil

8F.' of NW' __ __ _.__._28 12 C. I. Tack .._._. ,20." of NWIL F of Ry _._.__S! 7. 12 44 A. a. Thnmae ______..___._..__._ 10.111 NOTICEIN rails th Paul. Vnl.lt. .
Lot 14 of blk 21 In Peeks add! Lot 2 of WI.,. or NW', ______81 12 JQ 81....... __.._.__ ....____ I.'. Valett.. hla wife. the r.mlanU therein
to !Si.rk.'n! NW of VW''.. I.nt 7 NW'.Al 22 10 I.I( Thoma named aru non.ruldonu of BradfordCounty.
-_N 1 of Ninth .t _.___ ___.__48 1 12 1'. S. WlllIamI ._.__..__ '.80 I NW',. of AW'S, -----------4: ; 92n Paul fire.. __::::::::::::::::::::: It;: TUB 'IR'-IIT:/ COURT IV AVI Vf>H State of Hurlda. and thor' mldene
Lot I lor hl>< 1In P.eki add to lot 210 't of NE'' or SE'', _.__U 7 12 I 8. E 'I'rI"- __ _'_'_ __'_ I.u IRAffrnRll <'Of NTV ILOlll. IS C1IANH.nitllX.K la unknown thiit they are sash the aa-*
Starve 'In NW1' of NW' N 0471;: or PE'', ____ __84 T U 10 H. D. May .__UU.___._.._._"__..._.'.___ II.'. -'N7. of years II la therefore ordsadth.t
of Ninth; .t __ _- __ ..88Lota 1 U 1'. L WI1IIa. __..__.__. ..U Corn .t a nt .11 I f1. R 0' !NEtor : << RRDQ18H' Complainant -ron.rr.ld.nl d.fenrfanla he 0414
1.2 <.f lie C 4n Rl.lnn I 0: SW', 'o NW"f: & rout S 101S va. that i,lrnl t appear to th bill ef
In mnrlf In VW' of n SE rnr ..a14m them.. HftYAVr II. 'GUROANUfl, sa complaint .-, In .. ... on kafmMonday.
mil' 8 nf Nnllh' of Into I I.2-1 of blk 2 In way th.ne N on .I"hklf. and .r dirad. then hie, HEIRS AT olh.rwlae the alleiiatlona of aald bill betaken
tX-mna aill, '0 Stark In way 52A'u' ft th.n.. Nfl4:1 LAW DKVISEKH: AND AMmoNH aa confd by laid defndanta
SWt ..--.8i d 12! Milo All.. .par/atI./ II.IS ft of b.gU 7 12 10 IMK nuviflrra. 2.1931 It U further .rdered this order bapublished
NW of -- ---- t,1 "tr Frank L Coeur ____. ._.._ ... ._.. 10.11 lhi
One lot In Stark boundeil N : ; 31t.r i.----. TENANTS AND REMANVDEt4, ; onee a week debt' *ona**.U>aweeka

, by Oa. l I. A Trilby add S In IIIW cur or SI'10)': NE'.II 1 II 0 X... C. A. Brt1I '..___'-'_.___ 1..0. HARIri1'TR PLANZOIAN4. In to Bradford County T.I.. ", a
by Inn.U of \fr.. En Kitllan All liE'', of 8W', wef 17 sreept n. In said ... a4 Stalax.
by ry W by Walnut I a 10 !AK' : con &Ialn eeasnl probated before the r.:1. : D. 1026.
''tE .._-_ 28 t2 O. J. Orllnn ........_........u ...., NW rnr also. cool .1 BW car I ('()V RT Ol" COUNTY JUDGE, O. W. ALDERMAN.I9eni .
On. lot of lend In Stark. of oI 9W14 t run ?: 'A Bradford' County Florida ( Circuit Court.
bounded N by blk 91 oritf' .. ids"lIt 132 rd. a 90 and rreortlvd I December 8th' .\ 8. CREWS
fawn A E lSbyq A W W 112 Ids. 'n bet -_._____.-11 7 12 II n. D. Mgr .__._______.__. \\tZ\ \ .n ItfifiaU'r: ; nf WtlU I end i Sotlettor for ComplainantClark ..., '
by Thompson at 12 R IL lparlcman __ ._ 11.15 N'. fl. .., I': of ry n .80'' Eatatta. No. I. pate 0. of said
On !tot In Starfce bounded e0 apt a Noo ._--: 2 $ H 50 "n. Np .__._._.._....__....__ rouri W-eonU ih* KFIRA AT
by JenVraon at W by 8andr NEI!: uf SFo', -___ n__ 3 5 12 40 "D. Mat __.._.__._.._..... II.'. LAW DRVtSEBH!: AND A8.qrVq .
I ion lane A N A E by land W NW'\ & NW1A of | of roriSK (OI7MN Puri
: VttCHl.th
( \rrl 511171. .
of S. B Denwajrk __ __ 122 Sin Bamberg .. ..___ ".U r __- ___ .._.. ___- I 1 12 120 ter' mown .__...._m__. .1.11 oit lornlE OLAZMANV, olOriflR .
Lot of blk 11 In Raakliu add311 j NE4! ef 1484 ___u..___._._ S S U 40 Unnown ..____.._____._...._ 11.7' CLANSMAN OR 470W .,'r. iiinklnic augur "iterooU.
tc otarke ... ._ ___ ___ .WAll d la W. a. RolIIlI.-r\ll r.t. ..-.-. 1.151 E'oi't; ::.aW''' A E4{ rOLHflP f.LANAMVNN! eI...... r'hvroliti butn 'nand, It, t ,I',
F'j of NRt, of NEH N _--__---8 5 12 It l'.IIO" .__.___________ 14.10 .,1. formerly of LA WT&Y. llrndforl -
of ,; _. ._. __ II d .. I Orin Wiliea __...__. 4.10 All 3W4 ot BW14: W ory etcapt County Florida THHJ no 'ska a too of Nnwiltixt ntv: K> I 4

S 10 of NWL, of NW01: i a In sW cor --'._-. 1 12 n W A. KIna .....------.-.---.14017= :; imnsT t tw. I-BVISEFI': jonrtcr cf tan i>f 0",'", mr of it
I'.. of NWH erupt 110 a All .xapt W'4 SW'4' 1 23 540 .\ND AHSir.N. of rmflTAVHAFX I
of 8W'' of NW'. _. .__.31 6 12 8ft Motra. ... .11I.. Lot 4 --_ --_- _---_- _::::&&f 1 89 50 fn M.rirIl.:1 1.1. >I.FH DHOI.BIfAOAN and The pro"'RI o. ,";M/ nf purl) ,I "".
E 131-1 of SB'!' of NEVi_-3> 122 II Afkll Lena.td .... ....... -_ ..'0. IIW" of NW'' _. -----28 t n., De,1a Dml.r' .11.11WI" ..f MJSTWK! : DftOLSHAOAN lutu ,u li"" ; r.'tort n I IJoctlntr '. -
W 21 2-3 of SF14 af NtLerupt of SE's!:' ot NW" .. _..11 5 23: 34 Or.n Spied ...... 5.01 in MM own rlirht and ne ,.,.'.-. \r1t .
10 told to J. N'y' ot 8W',_ of NW -_ 2fI S U" Ju Sped ._._..._...:....:.: '..8'N .""r'. fI"" '.ee. of LOUISE CHARr.LAHZMAN. I to rllRp.tlon "lt n. it .
Alva,.. -_ _- .___Y'.1 1 12 17 Aha Canard ___ 11.01 'L't SSii. of I4 0'JCJw OTTr. and of lotion fr aiil.hurnti( < Com at NE reef iVV>4 .f nl 1 0-7-01-----19 1 12 1 TIt.,.. .,... ___._ 255NW' I OI'ISE 'iLANZMANN. ii>..*iued. I. ..'
NE, A mn W S 1-8 ahoa) .' / 'f Intl= Ire <>f from ulnetjr t one imipoauda
5 S 1-1 bna N of NE'' 44a Piles Cured In 6 to H Day to nq'mre( Rli.: .ty t ..
12innahnto 5 Xer.lllea .... vb" .f NW'4 .._ I li. IDCI.
. 11 t .boa _It 12 Cinle .25 n ln 7.l---------1.$2 la fe
.' Com e la shoe W of NS eor of I W II s nf 8W'" uf 14'0'4 .35 I II $1 W. P. Puller _.______ u-_ ___ 419 DnuUlue refund money If PAZO OINTV f NT feu: eemt nf the ""n, tht
Styli of NE' &: run 8llUenn 3114 : NW'&E/as, W14of !:I. mre Iteblai). Blind. ., Ble. flDtabl. T6. produce '..1."ff k
> W 01.1 I ahai V 12V4chn W'; of NE' . .21 II n 0e pa' '. Donneny -------2a n'Let. ... Inatantlyellevx In hin< Pjlee. end you .
E b 1 I chiu to beg- ..31 I 11 I Pat Wka _____________..._____.__ 1.0. 34 .._..u__.____. ___. 1 0 22 t1 )I...... M. A. Ea.I. ... .-.-------..--- 11.351 J caD 4>t restful


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; attending to business In Gainesville ing to business here one day last
+ Bradford County Telegraph 1- week.
---- -- --- ---- -- ---- II. P. Gainey and R. were Sheriff Epperson, of Stark! was
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I attending to business in Jacksonville attending to business. here Thursday.
Published weekly and entered as Friday. Lucian Hazen, of Gainesville, was

1 second
office at Starke, Florida V. Crosby,, nil of Jacksonville, are week.
= -- here with friends and relatives for a Lewis Shriver was a'isitor to

P E. .. MATTNBwa.------------------Owner while. I Starke Sunday.

r'' ,1. C. ROBINSON! _______.__M.nBginc Editor Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Brown were the I Mrs R. A. Weeks spent one day
guests of her brother, Fred Hazen at last week in Starke.

4 r Avon Park last week. I Tim Mott was attending to business
ni.isiiKD u\im': : IRIIMYSI Miss Margurite Shriver, of ,, in Starke Friday.

___ I Is the guest of her parents, \ Starke\ Misses Lois and Toledo Gainey
b 1 'Hoi'IlIJ'TIO;, : I H.\1"": I Mrs. Shriver this week. \ spent Tuesday in Starke.
afF Miss Weeks is the I
lr l Virginia
Per Year. --- $1.fO i
I of friends and relatives in Gaines FIVE :MILE
I Six Mortl 75c ville this week.

-- ----- -- -- -----. I Miss Lucila Harrell, of Bradford, Five Mile, June 19.-;Marvin

: -I II II was the guest of Miss Florence Ward I Suggs, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle, of

Saturday. | Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mc-

i I I II Misses Canty Olliver and Virginia I Call, of Guilford, and Mrs. McCall'I .
II "/,.," A 'I4 V' CoUon, of Pine Hill, were visitorsI I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uortch, spent

I I here Sunday. .' Thursday here fishing.
1t 'tRff ; \\ Miss Eliza Dukes, of Duke, is the Miss Lola Parrish, daughter of
I guest of friends. and relatives here' Mrs. Mollie Powell, and Arthur
this week. : Grantham were married WednesdayJune

Rev. J. H. Kelly filled his regular'' 10th. Judge Stueklund umciatinjr. -

I appointment at Shady Grove Sunday. "! We wish them much happiness

, d No. 1951: I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan spent I)[ Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Julian,
Saturday In Lawtey. j Mr. and !Mrs. Arden Druvvdy, J. M.
I \ (\: 1"11'i''\ ] 11. '...t"> al IlI"bwaJ'
Mrs M. F. Hazen and Mrs. O. G. I Mott and L. G. Johnson were among
,\ "I.lI i "i w' -- Strayhorne, of Waldo were visitors the visitors to Lake Butler :baturela:; >'.

here Monday. I Russell Varnes, of Jacksuimlle, is
r \ Someum' h., "i.|'pin, il 1 lli. niimu/ of ... Miss Beulah Lewis, of Ziff/ was the' spending this week here with his

r : "floppi tu tin male jlaPl'l'l'-Times-' guest of friends and relatives here aunt, Mrs. P. P. Dekle,

; Union A Hopper' I is u mule Mapper Saturday. j I Mrs. Ida Glover and daughter, of

/) wlTo flops for u flapper after poking --. _: Mrs. Jean Groover was a visitor to Punta Gorda, are visiting relatives
fun at 'em. Starke Saturday i I
-0o Crystal Wiggins, of New River, and Mrs. Mallory Johns,, Mr.
I The Tinnpu Morning Tribune has ? were attending to business here Monday I and Mrs. D. M. Dowling, of Marks,
old out lock, tock! and barrel Tho 1 4i.-= ;-.4, ,__ ?_ yy to were guests of ;Mr. and and ;ilrB.: .

o. former owners announce they will Mi" Robert Groover and son, of L Duke, :Sunday.Mr. .

: start a new morning daily in Tampain *-....j A f sgi s r'_ Miami who have been the guests ofVars. and Mrs. foals, Mr nnd11'9.: .
the near future. ; Jean Groover for sometime returned Tom Hendrix, Mr. and Mrsrdell

I s *%% ! Governor Martin's veto of the bill ** 1 *= i'L -<> ? ?C3f &? L. ;Morgan, of Waldo, was attending Dan Dyal Sunday.

providing funds for rural schools la a to business here :Saturday.V. ; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grnntham! "

serious blow to the country schools off V. Hazen, of Waldo, is here with spent Saturday night and. Sunday h

the smaller counties. According to Ji V* .. "* honu'folks for a while. with ;Mi und Mrs. Rowan Johnson .
the governor the legislature fulled to 7Ki
I provide funds. --._-n-___-_-- --_ ---- ---- were with friends and relatives M. Hale, of Little Springs, were \'i ni ,
j --0- added teachers the children here' lust week. ton here Saturday. :
) can receive
a .j Clay county ia ono of the best counties the needed attention. FLORIDA NOW HAS STATE Mrs. Cyntha Loppaz was a visitorto :Mr. and .Mis. McRae, of Gainesville [ "
Stnrke Saturday.Mr attended services at Little
in the state and with only one --
; und ;Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Springs Saturday and Sunday, and
i drawback-lack of good roads. The Consumers in Now York city are
f : GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT daughters, of Starke, were here withfl'iends of Mr. S.
people of that county will remedy pitying twice the wholesale value of were guests and :Mrs. D

that condition when they vote th. the fruits and vegetables they eat- and relatives Sunday. Blumc.
: half million bond issue June 30th. which doesn't make the farm look BILL IS EXPLAINEDGovernor One Ward, of Jacksonville, was Melvin Weeks and a friend were
,;S'S'a! hike --- here: with his mother, Airs J. P. here on business Mondnv.
I I such a bad place to live, all.'fhat's .
Ward, last week. farmel's'are .
t Many of our taking
Travel to Florida residents of a "non scquitur. Maybe It
t Northern states is as .heavy now as doesn't make the commission man's Martin has affixed hlillnature oi the following fresh-water fish of ;Miss Hattie Weeks, of Santa Fe, is advantage of the recent rains to(
and his to It". than forth follows the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G, B. Col- plant sweet potatoes.
during the winter season. And what life such u bad one to live-but the given approval length: set as :
.:. makes it the more interesting is the great discrepancy between what the ''the act, the position of state game ('Iltl .h, rough, 10 inches from end of son this week.
fact that the majority of the travel consumer pays and what the farmer the house ant\ senate,, providing for nose to fork of tail; speckled perch Rev. W. 51: Moody, of LaCrosse, Colds Cause drip and Influenza
creation of the department of game t"> inches; bream, 5 inches; black bass, was attending to business here Mon(
ers are coming hero to invest\ uml gets is the big economic problem und freshwater fish. Under terms of 11 inches.No day. L\XATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets remove.
somebody ought to solve The con- the cause There U ooly one Bromo Qulolnt.
III thu act, thcposition of state game person hall at any time placein Mr Terry of Lawtey, attend-
I sumer paYIlnllugh, goodness knows. I was E W GROVE 8lsn "'" on box inc
-0In --- commissioner, carrying a salary of any bass or bream bed any set ori
Jacksonville they niiike your And goodness knows the farmer does :JUO is created. i I hutted hook for catching them while
I ,
S., "j' bond one dollar for each mile your not receive enough.New York Her Iho state game commissioner shall bedding und no set hook shall be

speedometer registers when tha aId-Tribune. visit each county in the state at placed in any river or creek for the "LOUD BETTER fERTILI DE MADE\ WE WOULD MAKE\ II" n
peed overtakes One Starke -a'- least once a year, and more frequently purpose of hooking sturgeon; but
cop you. if it appears to be necessary, and nothing in the law prohibits catchingi Get Jautiary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM
sheik, with more pants than money Wonder what they are going to do :shall have authority to employ dep- i of cattish by trothne or hook and line BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.

!".....' thought he would play safe-and was about the six mile gap In tha new uties and other assistants, whose at any time, nor the shipment thereof I Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
pulled for obstructing attic. Gainesville-Jacksonville highway? It commissions shall run throughout the I Dusters and Dusts. _
f i; i i --of is u shame and a disgrace and then state of Florida, for the purpose of'i'I It shall be unlawful for any person !

f .' Congressman Lex Green was a some, for this small link to retard enforcing the provisions of the act, firm or corporation to obstructor E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
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(t' I guest of the Kiwanis Club, of Madison travel over the otherwise beautiful which include: ) partly obstruct any river or creek,

f and the Recorder says that he paved highway. It's a plain case of That no person shall pursue, capture lake 01 other fresh waterway by
j spoke in glowing terms ol the "loafing."-Gainesville Sun. The con- or kill game ur fur-uuarmg! unimuls I screen or rack, wire or otherwise, to
and future greatness Of Florida) lie tractor is now placing his equipment within the limits of the state prevent passage of fish protected by We can charge your
on the ground for completing this without buing licensed so to do, as I the act
promises to have a government bulMinjZ When this is provided in this act, nor shall any I Killing of fish by explosives Is pro- YES 8 HRS
completed will
gap. we
erected in Madison. lie .
I will do hU person taku or attempt to take 1 hibitetl!
best to have losa all appreciation for a real road, any'treshwuter Storage Battery I In
his district receive favorable this short stretch itch within the limits of'I) A license tax of $30.00 a year will I
recognition-Ocala Ilunner. as served as a reminder thu state, except residents. of the : be required of wholesale dealers and
of what wo once had every- stutu, without being licensed. The I retailers, $3.00.; Non-resident or

State Road No. Thirteen from where. license fee to bu charged non-resi- alien wholesale dealers will be requir-

f.,1. Ilaldwin to Yulee will be surveyedand I -G-.- I 1 dents shill be $-5; which will entitle ed, to pay $500.00 a year.ROOhEH. Smith's Garage StFTake i

constructed by the State road department ( ASKING GOD'S DIRECTION nonresidents to hunt within the county -
in which application is mude. If
I as soon us roads one to five The spring term of the circuit
non-resident wishes to hunt in another -
Drooker, June 19.-Mr. and Mrs.
are completed, according to advices court, presided over by Judge A. V.Long < county than that fium which
from Senator Jas. E. Calkins I Barney Andrews, of Plant City, were
r was opened by prayer and supplication 'the license is issued, he may do so by
here with friends and relatives last
passed the bill through the Sennte. to God Almighty for guid-1 paying un additional $.;).2':; for that
This road Is, one of the most Important ance and direction over the business particular county. For residents. ot'j week. ,! GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY .
in the State, as it connects three of the court. the tote, $1.00 license will be re- 'I Mrs; G D. Colson and Miss Rosa-

highways which enter the State of In making the announcement that quired. lee Ward were visitors! to Alaehua INMAN & RITCH
The licence fee be Saturday ,
F'loTido-Fernundlna to charged
Itecord.: in nonlesulc'iits I
the first
a day of each
-0- session for the privilege! of taking :Mr. anti Mrs. G. W. Hazen were REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
of court over which he presided
An East Coast fiesh-wuter fish in each county shall I INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE
of ,
the Florida exchange speaks would be thus opened, Judge Long j be $J uo, but upon payment of $3.00, The Quinine Thai Docs Not Affect The lied ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE:
as "Jatrifs- said,a few words which every man,
f Its tonic sad Inxativa effect LAXA- ,
' vllle. That used to be the case but woman and child In the county should state. at large. I JIVE IIKOMO QUISINt< : (11 nMrtsl can be tltkm BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

not now-it's all you can do to get a have heard. He said that as people' All lish in the rivets, lakes, creeks i I \lu by tho anynna brat J!without." t:: W,GkU\rnu'inil;:'S olauolDn' m box.rlnulng JIM.l : MADE PROMPTLY
glass of water over there since prohi wo are getting too far away from the And other fresh waters within the i i i

bition.-Gainesville Sun. We admire Bible and the teachings of Jesus;' jurisdiction of the state an declared
the Sun for taking up for rioridi's Christ. It is hoped that the precedent i 'in piovisions of the act to be thapropcity Bats .947 -

metropolis, but wo feel duty bound to so established by such a Christian j j of the state und may bo tukvn I
warn Its editor of tho difficulty to gentleman as Judge Long, will be- I, und used by citizens uf lorida 1
even obtain water there that hasn't a ,und! parsons not citizens, subject to
come statewide and that no court in I
thu '
100 and reservations! imposed .
cent kick.
per .o
the fair state of Florida will ever be j bj the act or otherwise.
opened without tint asking the Judge. Ao semes, gill nets, stop nets or .age "
After October 1, according to a bill of all judges and the final Administrator
recently passed by the legislature, of Justice for council and aid the old Confederate soldiers of Flor- in the proceedings. : 'other fresh waterways in the state,
; ida will have their pension increased God in His infinite wisdom, will 'except Lakes Okeechobue, Crescent,

from twenty-live to forty dollars n steer the wheels of a court opened by | 'GeortelolII'oe.; Ilarney, Jessup, '
month. The lines of the old veterans) nuking His guidance, and justice and ,Lochioosu und Change and thu 6uwaniieo : -
:nrfe rapidly thinning and this good right will prevail. lIe sits as the Laws| river as fur north as the
fortune will come to them at n time and the Judge. of all the universe.I I :folks of tho 'river forming Bust and
it will be most needed l | West passes. The:: term fresh water
"They "As for
are mo and house will
my we shall<
Include all lakes and
with us today, and some will be gone serve God," is the intimation of this I' ,leeks in Florida, up to, the rivers mouth ot Bank Your Cash '

forever tomorrow" but their memory lives on great jurist, Honorable A. V. Long. \ such rivets und creeks where theyempty ,
Gainesville Sun. vWomllawn I, into salt water, except the St.:
-0- Johns river, including Doctors lake
henry Ford i* engaging In practically WOOIIL.\ I No seine of greater length than 1,000 Says

every kind of busuies, so why -- I arils shall lie fished in the fresh
June It).-Miss Mozell
not come down to Florida nod try vuittrs of the state.
? p growing strawberries Either Plant Browning, of Sebring is the guest of It shall be. unlawful for any person In many speeches In his strenuous career

City or Starke would be glad to welcome I Brownlllg.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. I firm or corporation to have in President Theodore Roosevelt urgedon
him. Times-Union. his or their possession, fish or caUSl'tu
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will only provide a fleet of air flivver Henry Miii. J. S. Norman returned home' be fished, a seine, gill net or any' his hearers the desirability of bank
I for quick and cheap Sunday from Valrloo where she was other kind of fish net, in fresh watersof accounts.He .
transportation called im account of the illness of the state for tho purpose of catching -
our berries to market every one of her ncice Jewell Ililllatd. I freshwater Ash of a less size said that bank depositors make the

our strawberry growers will buy n Mrs. D. B. Browning spent Sunday than two inches bur, measured from best citizens.
Lincoln. Bradford, county trucker at Km ford the guest of her daughter i' knot to knot, or a stretched mesh of
feel they have purchased the rail lines four Inches, except the footing circle
Mrs. Arthur Crews. I Are you one of the best citizens Are
between this section and the northern and bag of such seines, und traps
markets several times over ford C. L. Hllliard was a visitor to Rat-'( may be one and one-half inches you a bank depositor?

Sunday stretch mesh; provided, however .
XV. II. Norman, of Jacksonville ( that "I ')to. Start an account with as today.
The Holmes County Advertiser hits nets of a less size may be fished :'If!
spent Friday here with his I for ...- .: ::-
herring J
the nail square on the head speaking family on established herring -- '- No account Is too small no account (too
Miss Debbie Phillips left Sunday hauls, which are designated by the ,
on consolidation of rural schools. It for Starke where she will take the state game commissioner. Possession -'\ ,.. ,.- large for us to handle. .
says: "It is not a miter of convenience of fish N'ii:
teachers normal course. any net of a less size mesh OC ttPla')
er economy but of efficiency. D. D. Browning than prescribed In this act shall be .
was a business visitor John Lcnihan of ChieagA baa
Nothing Is too good for our children prima facie evidence that the :.:. ,. .
to Jacksonville Tuesday. seineor fast set a record in High Schor4baseball -- J I J t .us..uI
and they deserve as good schools as Roy Denmark, of Jacksonville net is being used contrary to l law, by batting oat IS ,safa
anyone." The school with one teacher visitor here Sunday. wasa say provisions of the act. It is further ones in 19 times at bat for a sea Bradford County BankBradford
for all grades cannot give the chil- provided that: _'. average of X7. He hit. Ssinirles.
the should have No person or firm or corporationshall 12 hue hits and I
dren training they Hilliard ;Malpas went to Sanford two DOe
and only through consolidation and Sunday 1 l catch or have in possession, buy home run. County' Financial Stronghold
-, -- or or unnecessarily destroy any Establi.hed 1889
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