Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 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: UF00027795:02287
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Established 1879. = : .7"o Subscription er \ear, _$1.50 ; Six MonthsPasabk_ I in Advance. E. S. Matthews;' Owner.St e;::: : I

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First Hum of Bradford Tobacco III"- --- I iiMtO) Corn Shipments lur Week\ MAJOR HOPS REITKNS;<; I Additional I'ri/e
Near (..rahanaI Total 3.1: I ReFrigerator( Curs ; U\- PROFIT TO FARMERS | ('oiled ion Put I'hints" and Cut I I
; lag Cured on
C I Achievement I : press Shipments I'rom r-l.; ;; Flowers.Next I[ Solicitor General I
Starke! Total 7 1:arK T his Is Report z. Depart-] I _
H. Roberts, of Graham, hus demciniUatc.il -
mont Agriculture.. ;<; Thursday ,, ." II
l lu doubting faiincis of thio .:. tin 01 ii set t 1'1'tho I
)Lawtu's: movement of sweet corn Hank of Starko /.mini' ,t Miov. at
count> that tobacco can be grown, and for the week and the watermelonhmpinents Washington, June'l'he! conn-I the Woman's Club. I
.'1 "i piulit, with less risk and work from the Wunnee branch try's nmjiir. crops wvie repotted by
The show is sfheclulod t d> I In "p" i." d i
mnii< I')' to prqduce a profitable ir ip mike up the bulk of the truck movement the del>a..tll1\JnL of utfi'.iLuUuiu today Ito I at :! o'clock but President, Maltluu I I
of ..it..n.. Mr. l Roberts has four acres the farms
have returned for -
for the week. The larger parti profits I of the I
bunk thinks it will i I I lie I ln-t t f"n .
ot thC weed l on his farm near !, I
till' melon has moved to mar- the I
crop contestants to goVail.N onoiirii
it bt m,: L.row n for him by R. :M.: John. IM,t and shipments of this product The average H'24\' cost. of producing I the exhibits well in pl.uo, l by> t"hln'e :3! II II I MI
,.11, 'S h,) has tended the crop from will. fall off after this week. The total wheat on 4ttli! representative farms, I! o'clock. I '
the uni it was planted until now. A innihi-r, .f shipped. from this was placed at $1.22 a bushel, con-
:I ( cats Mr.l MatthewH has di'tided) I t to a.Manother I I
i L i ph,< \\ .of :Mr. Johnson, Dan Johnson, i 1..III'.h hue through :StarKe! for the puied' with an average sole value of I interestmj! feat!me I to I It1'

who u tiiim the tobacco growing Sect \viek was (GU, prices being paid running $1.1:1: a bushel. Tho} lI'ul'nge01'11 ,show. Tho contest was itit,'..b'i m' ."
,,..n-,, of tii-orgia, has charge of the from $225 to $300 u car.imi \: crop co"t Oil 7iti3: farms was ,82 centsa mmall.v to encourage t tho, plmtinrami ': \:
._ The first bum was made reab'fo
bushel sale
imi c. bushel against $1.10
week will Lawtey the sweet com increased a growing, of zion ins, l I.in. I t Hi" I It tt ink,'
i "iirmg! ; tirst of this und \ steadily from shipmuntu of last value, and oats, on 5,009\ farms cost of Starke
will i-f
1 now give II |">i i/o
be' ','"lied 1 by Saturday. 7 n.i-k, a total of 33 refrigerator cars ,">U cents a bushel and had n sale value I, $5.00 for the boat genetal "IIt'I II..';nof

,Mr" Roberts stated l 'l'ue duy that t i.ur.xing" un average of 381 I crates to of 57 cents. I pot plants nnd cut flowers. ,
hi .i sun- tobaccjfowu''g i-'ivUl, the cur being: rolled. In addition to I An average coat of 18 cents o I Tables will bo arranged! in that ,
h i ,o'"l'd.m on in Kradt'iii I county wnhi this freight movement tile express. pound und an, average sales price of ,'ollte..tlll1t.. for this additional pn/e
t eiti t '"r i Imnec .if tn" farmer milk, ng 1 I ,shipments. vegetables wor the week! 23: cents was shown iii reports from | may each have n table for making

iinun \ than he could ,-row mnj) cotton ''was I close to one and one-half cars.Thursdaj "" i iI 284 cotton growers li.-.ving average i h'r' display of llowois and to give
iinilci 'bull weevil eonI\, \ lOn His ulean ''a movement of corn will yields: of 101 pounds of lint to tho ample time for tho urinngomont; of

Blowing I this four acres 'vua ,ir.um- Mrs. Bruce Bucklin Isim electrical I I i b,. at least six cars. Prices being paid acre, uvurago production for potatoes nil the exhibits it has been/ arranged
I 1\ tur, tin- purpose of proving Ins asM wizard Union college at ': on the platform ran from $1.30: to In different parts of the country were | to have tho Cluli House opened% Thuis.: &yttt ) t;

'itn''n, and no one tft.ir viewing hn Schenectady, N. Y conferred an $ l.0; ); market prices being quoted helow tho (ivcrengu Hulling pi'ice, but day! morning at i II) o'clock. .
t'.tIr ,11. ics of itro'.vini tjbucco cnn earned degree, the first to a woman f i'oni $3.00 to 330. :* ss than the 1023\ margin. | Mr, ;Matthews t vvishos Win. n. Mite-bell\ prominent
it understoodthat Mint Is the
of SI. I'mil ,
with truth that that it m 12!)"years. She took a post Labor of the farmer and his family Inw.vi-i
lungeday for the week i
graduate course while working in |I Slnrke's movement I Limit show is not inloiKle.l mure,ly I now; biilicitor I i (ionoiul: of I tho tJ. S.,
can't he d,>ne. Mr. Roberts is equally u\aniged : cur of tomatoes and usa. of time hind>l on a cash rental fiu ,.
an buck
the General Electric Co. Engineering express those who ontoi-t. fur tho pi'izes, iueci o.lmK J,1111""- Ft!. ro-
eniph.itu<' in saying that it is not a Dep't. !: und other tr\ll'k< .daily. The bulk of the basis were included in coot charges | It is intended for all who fee! an interest I ejIrlIcil.i I
. t he lazy 111'that tobacco !.I Cotton costs won rl'l'I' >lvl',1 from
- i i >'p l MI ; tomato crop win loaded out last weekI in the beimtilleiitiim of town
: w II nut make itself without care and ----I I I while all I 1,171 funnels, the ,piirtinenl said, ': :- -- -
j.. in ear i lot freight shipments, and (country and a general i invitation I 110 1J\ OF I. V IOIIl.i''l:. I IK;
cultivation at the proper time. .'UmlU.StJIL i IS IDEAL shipments this week were sent out by hut the guiiter number) were from i is, extended.
1(1() I.IK IN HI VIK: VI'
Thl'> crop was planted on a sandy 1 roit diunM.vc.; HEMP expiess. Prices un all truck have been ,Limners. having consideuiblu arrenge Major Floyil'n address on VartlHcautificution I MADISON: '\ iS. TODAY'Iliiillirr'
-Intel" t of urouml, in 4H r loot rows. holding up well through the week. yh-II Farmers reporting(' yields of I cannot full to bo of

;-iiiio< itilizer was. used and Mr. Potato Producing Land Adaptable.. I Reports from Lawtey indicate that 101 to 140 pounds. of lint per acre | the greatest (Interest In all who feel I Political Kelurnwl To I Homo
kill,1 i it.me! the crnp wits sprayed 1 Enormous Profit to lie :Made by whileshipments .,f corn will continue produced cotton at an iiM-nige: i't:, an interest In llovvor ('ulhll' '. Miss. I
f-\ ." at a cost of about $5 each time 1! Persons in This Industry. in almost the same volume, prie-e of 20 cents per pound. Yields" of 100' ELLa Meant, of Gainesville, and Mr City: fur Interment 1 on Mond.iy.Miiilisim .
fi.i. t 'ie four acres. On account of the i | will probably drop slightly. pounds or I loss' had Costs considerably I I I --
todby Mrs. Anderson
ami ;
of Waldovhi ; ;
m'\t'I ""lIl"I. 1\' dry weather this spring Tnllahnswe.June, 22.-Flondn soil -. --- above Unit figure: with higher yields \ .> Fonda's \\ is., June0.: -Rubort &!.
tin t"1.u, 10 was late in starting will grow the finest hemp in the United -'I STATE .MILLINGIOMPANY produced lit much I loss. The average !! are floriculturists among have most successful I LuFulltiUu IH bucli mining his own people -
lieeu invited I
J gi ,v. th. hut the average height for State, says a letter now before HEPKESENTATIVE I IDS) I yield nf' cotton lint, the division i I to ho present und l will ,doubtless- .. tolllh'hl to l ri eivei liulll them last
tin it-lei will. probably run three feet. Commissioner of Agriculture Mayo, nf crop, and. livestock, estimates human .' good for l t.iiriuvvtlll' tribute.. Ho could to hit
sujrgention-1 those
hi.I i t- 1"en estimated! the crop will from a .Chicago; concern quoting Dr. : Not Williams, of Starke, has beet 'mid, was about t.iT' pounds per acre. : prewnt.FLORIDA. ) 1 I liiuil I I'e'.ituni planbencutli" / the aim
r\\< ':"-o to 800 pounds to the acre. William' A. Mann, who Is describedu appointed] representative for the Of the (tutiil reports received :lAS ot 1'Oirunl' Hill c-fineteiy\ vvlioru almphm

I 1''ni, luhnson, who has had consulerpciieiice ; a large land owner in tlm state. I State Milling Co., manufacturers of showed .Molds of I III I I to I ISO /pounds'per ': HAS NO iiKvrICTIMS: Luther clad mother. \
aI I,', i"\ in tobacco growing, Especially is that section. of the state high guide (flours, of Nashville, Tenn., ucr,'. nvctngim I liil pounds. The Thu) body of llui lute pic-sidenUl candicliite -

".,It' ,I that in his home county in which produces: liish potatoes in great his territory being located in North teports I 1I"lwal.I ,', the depailnient tie- The Ninth imcxp'mit.aIming, n tenff I reposes in the government's r.- ..
(;"'el." '. l, le-s than three acres were quaiititicj adaptable: to the production I loridn and part orouth::; Georgia.Mr. clii red, that to IiII('ri who had average f,<' heat Wiive whilo t we, hum ill Floricla e'plum loom at thu alato capital ,
I 1
1'1.1"' "i d 1 to cotton this year, the farm- of hemp, says the letter. Williams' direct (connection with yields produced ut un avi-rago. cost of HIP (>Ilju 'lng' delight" days ama,)! where it was taken immediately after i J
t'l' J .1 I un\: turned to the more paying "Hemp," the letter continues, "is the mills enable him to sell flour toI 1H cent* per pound tll<' average: prlco ('(mill nights. its' uiriMil here from Washington, this ,I
I up' "1' iiihacco. In telling of. the ex- one of the most beneficial plants thata I I I the retail houses at n much lower :. received being 23: cents 'i, Associated Presn di"IIIIt'hl'l; < aici utturiiooii.romorrovv. ,

pi .unIt nl thero Mr. Johnson said that farmer can plant, for the reason I i lii'ure, mid will be of benefit to both : r). -_ -:- r ... __ telling of tin- fatalities from the ex- it will liu lumovud to the 1 I.,
vi,,i\ ttw farmers there male any that it is almost a sure crop, as In- Hailer and, consumer. I 1EN o YEARS IN TIIIJ :"IIOJIK' () I "'n'HMVo heat in various parts of the I roUimlu. bunoulli tlio dome of Uio statui
1I1""Y' the lirst year they attempted sects do not affect it, cattle do not eat -- ,- 'IO\\N" NKNSPAPhKMi; : oiuntr.v./ This morning's papers toll i I house to lio in stuto from noon until
it and fro,.t milLS; SHOUT) COURSE i of twelve twilight. While in tho rotunda, the
to ci"vv tobacco, on account of mexiience can not harm it It can deaths in Ohio, nnd cloven I ,
\p< and. lack of a demonstrator. grow actually) year after year on the WELL .T'rENIEl: It I'nilrd Staffs. Rubber Company Celebrates in New York while the lutul for the I, top ul time stool( gray casket will be
demonstrator the same Roil, but, tenth Anniversary of a | lust f'w days hns been laid buck.
The second 1 year a was crops following Tallahassee, June 23.-Tho girls' suventy-five. I I I I
'. 11\,1 and the farmers followed hisi hemp are usually Increased two to short course which closed at the )FlorIda -, Pioneering Advertising I I' And, nil of thin in happening( i in tlm ,; Until the hour nC the funeral servi r
i -t 11, munis', for making and curing three times in volume. Dr. :Mni'-i t-1-' I State College for Women last I'rogramIII supposedly' cool north whore the I>uo- j i'i i i ic es -.mil' o'clock Monday< / afturnout,
the imp, with the result that a bump- me that tho potato crop is harvested i week wa-i pronounced one of the most 1015\ thl'roro :!,lo.OflD automobiles I (plo! and' <1 the newspapers ilollght In I; incmhor$ of the Wiuionuin senate sat'!
"I' n.p was sold at good prices. This"O'"ll in July. This is un ideal time to plant I successful short courses' ever held in this country. ti'ljing about how hot it gets in Florida I I, hou/
>', ike many other Georgia coun- hemp, for it grows so rapidly in the here. Moro than 400 outstanding club It seemed a tremendous number, I j in tho summer months. I I, special I guiiid of honor for tlm body.
t"" pending entirely on cotton was southern climate that it can be cut girls from 34 counties of the state I Some people were already talking i Hero, wo go about our regular AH. thu special funuriil train came
Mitu.ill.v' bankrupt from the ravagesof usually in about ninety to 120 days.. who gntin-icd huro for the week setup about "the saturation point" beingnot work without, thinking it i Is tho summer into MudlHcm today, it movuU for soniC
the boll weevil, whilo now they Furthermore, it grows not only rapid I u new attendance record for tho far ahead. I time. Wo get no busy. in building disluiuu between double lines of follow
HIM been. placed on their feet and ly in your climate but to an excellent course. I Hut if there were soma men who cities, developing lands. und buying townsmen of time dead senator.

him,' money in the bank, duo entirely height, sometimes fifteen to twenty The short course wns held under tho couldn't, see the woods for the trees, I and selling real ostata that we forget All Htuocl uiiL-ovenil( m Hilunc-a un the
to their success In tobacco growing. feet, therefore, producing from 3,000to supervision. of the home demonstration there" were others whose faith never it In the month of .limo. And at cimhut was lemovnl fiom thu catu-
Mr Rnberts has had a curing) barn 4,000 pounds of hemp fibre per I department of tho Florida Agru faltered. { night wo pull up tho covers on our ,, fuliiue ill tho funeral vur.

coii-trui-tcd from poles, built at a cost acre." When harvested by machinery cultural! Extension Division, and members It took a lot of ,'vision. for them to beds and sleep comfortably while the With momburs of thu lugJHlutuiu as
" of *]IJ.: including the flues, which is this product la today being marketedat of this staff were assisted in I sect that the true market for the automobile tool and delightful breeze blow In un ucjvuruu guard. Limo procession 1'
nf ,"J1kicnt size to handle the yield twenty) cents a pound, the letter giving the instruction by members of had hardly been touched. I our windows, made u slow. way iilimg streets whuro
; from four acres. In connection withhi claims. I Florida doesn't have people die flutes. on specially urccle'd standards
the staff of the Florida :State College It; took a lot of courage for them to
venture in growing tobacco ha is "You will realize that this Is an for Women, county home (demonstration -I, bank on the ultimate success of the f i aimi the heat. Such u thing is un tlutleruci at half must' 'lu- casket
of item enormous profit to heard of in this was followed.. by liuncln ds wlm inarrhed
.: keepingtrict account every i any farmer or or. agents, and specialists from the automobile t in that market. State. Prostration -
"f \pon-p! entering into the growingand i gamzation that will take up the in. Agricultural extension Division at They had both. I iH'vcr' occur. And tho Associated Press. bare headed in the bright sun.

curing of the crop. When the to- dustry," says, the letter. "It costs, to Gainesville. Back in 11)15, the United States never! finds it necessary to give to :Surrounded by the huge Moral pieces,
l.a.-." I. marketed he will be in post. plant, about $30 per acre Including Splendid opportunities for recreation Rubber Company said "The real fu- tho world such news as is now coming the casket. was placed In a curlier of the

tin to give the cost of making the the cost of seeding. For that reason and amusement. wore provided, ture of the automobile in not in the from northern points. lei-option room near a mu-isivu white
crop and his profits. I lit seems to me that this is an ideal Industry and \V. J, Sanford, Jr., playground big cities but away from them. (I When the people oftho north, who marble firopluiu amid l ut u spot almost

Almost every farm in Bradford fur Florida to officially con. supervisor, of Jacksonville, was present -' "It is ont in short runs on city arc now suffering frnm tho hot weather directly undor tho portion of the
i utility has some land on It that can shier to supervise the payground activ streets, but in mile after mile on awaken to tho fart that Florida ailing upon| which IH engraved tho
pi'iduco a good grade of tobacco, and ities. country roads." residents enjoy cool summers, wo mayexpol't motto tint dead I senator often quoted:
any farmer interested in the growingof .MEMORIAL HALT Competition in the various contests So buck In 1015 the United States I I "till a greater rush of home- "Tliu. Will of the 1'copla is the Law of
a new money crop for the county i I DOLLARS)__ O.V 0 ''ALECommemorating |I I was unusually keen and was attendedI Rubber Company began to prepare HOL-kers and the making nf this !State: the, Land

-h >u'il inspect the tobacco Mr. Rob- ,I I with much interest. for this mo\'ement-nn.1 to help It I n i/rpatcr summer resort ec-tion! ns 'WI.I..V'( JUU UI H I. IH'ING
i, the valor of the sol. I well
i if- }has on his farm. Valuable information as the world's greatest winter
I the individual In
In contest 1015-ten
diers of the South the Bank of Sturko I canning yours agothe first loll( S1XONU: TRIP 1UESUAVThu
l can be secured from the menin has made the prize being a free trip to the Boy's U S. Tire advertising began to ap- j i i lm
i harge of the crop and our farmers its arrangements to supply i and Girls' Club Congress in Chicagonext P' air in the "home town" papers A nil we'll venture to suy that there big, lIo" 'w",1 bun leavos for
-h"iild take advantage of the oxI customers amid friends with Poni i full, Thelma Qoodbread of Columbia Few people sow those papers in' are a gooil many persons who' left its HIIOII.I,, trip ti it hollywood and
I I"'r.n. : e to bo gained from Mr Rob- i federate Memorial Half Dollars, county and Buelah Felts of I II their true dimension. "Honda to spend tho summer in the I Mntini/ ,next 'lui-siluy, Juno 80th,

i i r* efforts.M minted by the United States Government I I Manatee county tied for first place. Few ronli/od, the ,influence they had i| north who are wishing they were leaving M.nkifn>ni the local cube
as a "tribute to the valor of the I bin k
'AM.ELISTIC; BROTHERHOOD I #Soldiers,! of the South" which to be I Ireleasel t Their work in their. home counties between on what the people ih.iught. and dill'' blow nnd where, the brecics always ni I H u. III. 'flU' ('titan" trip Is free
are now and next fall will determine and wore nnd bought. Because few where life) Is'! really worth with time exiiplimi' of hotel accommo

'in''1,1, T'nmsvisited the following July 3rd. throughout Not do the these Nation on I I the ultimate winner of the free lIt,..,Plo, realized the pluco they filled living/, the ontnu year.-Sanford Horn dations' and 111<'111.. und! it Is under-
only coins MNKAHOARI, ,
i i n' In. "unday: Ileilbronn churchat i have a high sentimental value through I I trip. in the minds and lives, of their readers 5 ti.>.j'l tlmt niiinj i,( out' eiti/ens are
I 11 I a. m. and Wateroak church 3 p. this national recognition of Orange count "'.. canning team, Th United States Rubber Companyk.IW. : ): DOUBLET planning to make time trip and spend r.
., held the our I I of Juanita Lawrence and the Fourth in Hollywood.A .
m ii.; d 1 meetings were and Southern heroes but they also composed : I TRACKING: FROM 1I.lIf.ANnSurveYM ;
IMn t".t" in the work is increasing. additional possessan I I Retta Mauk, took first place among As clearly as it saw that the devilopment i '
worth since the modest ) TO l 11\ I
:Ni, \t :Mipday: service will bo held premium at which the coins, sold canning Hums Each girl wax award of the automobile would be in I have been mileted| and I! lit\ ..UU1L.

i ii I 1 by, t the brotherhood at the Heil- goes to the completion of the are great < ed a steam pressure cooker as a the smaller'! communities, it saw that' the McDouital Construction Company I). (Uicen, has. purchased, from
I.i .. hurch at 11 a. m. and Rev. L. monument to the Confederacy being prize. Louise Hawkins and Una Violet tho people in these comnumitleH has (put crews at work grading, for, his father, A. II. Green, the Green
\V K Klitor will be tho speaker. ton cd on Stone Mountain. *I, Umphlett of Gndsdan, county took would have to have tires to measure I t the double track tn run from High homontoiiil\ <1 .of forty acres! to add to
I h i tin. afternoon! at :3 o'clock a team The Bank of Starke will be second und; a sanitary can sealer for up to the service and tire merchants land north to Baldwin" for tho .Sea his .ilnjry acreage. Mr. (..reen needed
vvi'l' hid services at the Corinth pleased l to furnish these coins at their very each girl as a prize. Hazel Tippimrs to sell them. board. It i is planned on this new1stretch I additional! "razinlfanlls/ for his

hurl, Ii.. :Mr. Pitts of Lawtey will he actual cn,'t of one dollar and would and Carlotta Redenour of Duval were And it saw that in the "homo town" i; of road to eliminate the many hc'nls, uinl<1 will lonverl this last pur-

chairman and there will be two speak- suggest that those desiring coins do third. newspapers it had, ready to hand, the 'curves in that section and to use ,ha.siinti") II pasture, as well as for
i'r-. not wait until July 3rd but buy CoinCertificate's Two maids from Lake county, Maxine medium to help It put tire mnrchandiiing heavy rails to handle/ the steadily In- thu growing of fee-els.
The regular business meeting of now which will be Poeth and Marjorie Colaon, provo where it would have to be in |I''I creasing traffic. -
the organization will be held Thursday on July :3rd for a confederatecoin. redeemed -' ed themselves to be most adept at the new era of the automobile. When this section is complete, It Is KAIt'OUD IJJ 'rrU1'; HAS
evening at 8 o'clock in the Bapti I making bread and won that contest, Soten years ago people began to understood the: slime crown will extend A COUNTY OMMIHSIONEti! :
t church. The Baptist Evangelistic Myrtlce Bell of Santa Rosa county read t"- first U. S. Tire Advertising ,I'' the double tracking on to Starke
Brrtherhood of the New River Asso- I.AWTEY MERCHANTS" I' stood at the top of the list in the in their "home town" paper' -over the 'I and thence to Gainesville via Samp Among the appointments made by
cmtmn,, i is composed mostly of laymen TO CLOSE THURSDAY! health contest, and Frances Christianof nnnio of their "home town" dealer. | son City. I Governor Martin this weak that is ofpartll'ular
thuuiJi! ministers are also eligible to Marion county had the best and They have been reading It ever mturo-U tu' the people of
membership and their work is to help The undersigned business men of most shapely foet. A representative sine*. i perfected Latex treated-Webb Cord Union county m that of W. !M. WWt-
the weaker churches, whose doors are Lawtey have agreed to close their of a Tallahassee shoe store was present They have seen these home dealers |! Royal Balloon Tire with the flat low ten of Raiford us County Commission

i'' -p,1! n part of the time to keep regular places of business each Thursday afternoon each day and gave a short talkon develop their little "side line of tIre," I J pressure tread. er from his district.
service:* going every Sabbath beginning Thursday, July 2, the care of the feet. A prize of a into real business-always with the 'I Today there are 10,000,000 automo- j !Mr. Whitten is an old resident of
day and to help organize Sunday and to continue through the months pair of shoes was awarded by hit support of "U. S." Advertising in I biles in this) country. I Raiford, a succssifal man In his own
schools and B. Y. P. U's. The brotherhood -''of July, August and September, ending company to the girl having the most tho(> local papers. 80 per cent of them are owned by i business! affairs and his district will

will be glad to hear from Thursday, September 24th: perfect feet. May Ola Miller of Polk fo-lncldent with the tenth annlvcrary I men and women on the farms and In be ably represented on tho board..-
churches in the Association who need R. R. Thede, E. E. Bumey, W. E. county took second place In this contest of "home town" advertising b? the smaller communIties Union County. Times..
their services. J. T. QUIGLEY Pres.A : Torode, O. SI?'. Roberts, J. A. Howe, I the United States Rubber Company. ,!' Where there was one U. S. tire STARK-- ; (.ROVEIW- To MfcTiTStarko
; G. F. Young, Sarah Loadholtz, J. B. : Thelma Goodbread of Columbia this company announces another long .dealer in the small towns then there
little kerosene rubbed on the Rowe, Lawtey State Bank, G. A. Anderson county was elected: president of the step forward in the perfection of otomobll j ira hundreds J4y-real merchant Growers' Association Win,
screen door keeps flies fom swarm;'i J. P. Reddish, O. E. Rhoden, 'Ii state club council: at meeting of that tires-the greatest since the What was only a vlaloa' ia 1915 hal meet Saturday, JUD 97, at tho courthouse -

Ing In when the door is opened. i 1 i L. II. Hill. I' body held !during the. short course.. i i introduction, of the cord rUotf-in Itt I enm, true In 1025.!! at 9 p. m.
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\ Despite this tremendous removal of
The following products are not :: timber from the county, l isolated
t grown here, at least to any appreciable pi'a trees of the original stock are still to
f extent, but trials have ostabllshiil I be seen all around us, and bodies of
font they are well suited to our ., I the timber, are not infrequent ivn
a ,'nnditions: r .; If the agencies mentioned had not removed
,Is* WHEAT-A sample from a crop ; the timber, the yellow pine was
for in nature's rotative
the doomed anyway
Stnrke wan sent to
prown nntional noar department of agriculture/ i ecdnomy it had served its pur-

; where it WAR pronounced equal to the \.. ;.+. + pees

I host. 'fIlE10DER.i: :-. PINES

ud(! TOUAfVO-Some years ago a tobacco r y l The offspring of the two varieties
export from Java came here } r of pine mentioned are very aggressive
and l Induced l n number of farmers to taking root wherever the seeds
4 5- grow Sumatra tobacco for clears. from the parent trees happen to fall
The result wax excellent tobacco -In dry or moist ground, on cypresswhich
brought the highest market knees, in hollow stumps, cracked.
k prlcest. Rut the moving away of the r fence rails. The young slash pines
promoter kept the now industry from are the most adventurous, for they do
gaining headway. Tn the curly days not confine themselves to moist
r. of farming here. ; the most of the to. places, as their parents did l. but are
basso used wan home crown. just as well satisfied with the drier
-Many yearn ago a en 1 land. The thick bark and heavy fall
J thTEA was at the head of tae national of needles of the young pines defyInIIII'I
a'' l agricultural department If* I' the grass fires, and where they grow
l mnny here to plant the seeds very close, the flames may reach
of tea bushes that he tent, and the i from ten to twenty feet up and burn
hushes grew well and furnished excellent the lower! branches, but the tops will
t' tea nut tea Is not used here 1 still remain green and no harm 1 is
much and the bushes were neglected. I done. When the pine seeds fall whereThe
last growing!! In Stnrke, was destroyed 1 the grass is long, they dry up; where
a couple) of years ago ; "H'C ., J fire has exposed the naked ground,
VARNISH NUT .' .-- ,- -"... ". ... .-.- -y or where the grass is short, the lit-
JAPANESE have Bradford l CourtMr of PMk BON radicle, shooting downward from the
TRF.F.S-A couple of these trees Varieties of Pecans Produced in County
St rke. The seed will reach the ground and 1"! a
come plantation to of h'nrlnlIn these trees which has better than that of the other two varieties pruning, and their far-reaching roots The "Florida cranberry" will grow tree.:
been started in rjalnesvlll ,proved a it bears big crops and requires uhxiirh plenty of nourishment for the u;,;;'wherl' It is n good substitute for This second growth of timber is all
p success" and will mean/ another resource but little attention. !poorest soil While inferior to some the real cranberry and It ripens In sap wood and not durable in exposed
for us.rAW.IFT.OWrcns.. Pears, like tiny other fruit trees of the bunch grapes in flavor, it Is the .summer. situations. But it Is hard and tough,
requires less attention in Florida than !highly IHIZ'd'HI account of its easy and good for inside work. When ererF.LF.RV ()-
KOO( PLANT, in any other state. cultivation and heavy yield. Our Forest Trees soted and used for cross-ties and piling 1
AND LIMA IIKANS\ -They Of late ;years! bunch grapes of dif It will last twenty years. During
do well here and no skill li required( PEACHES ferent lends have been set out. Some the World War thousands of piles
In growing them. They could he easily each trees were formerly very of them huve proven suitable to the Forests are so vitally necessary to were sent from thin county to be used;
added to our list of truck crops numerous In Bradford county but for soil and climate! and the experimental our progress happiness! and very ex- in preparing foundations at the
understand but istence, till national and state governments ship for this kind\ I of
f!.MtUEMNfiThose \ :-. some reason, hard to stage being over. they are becoming great yards,
little attention Is paid to thorn now, I' and even private individuals pine will not break under the heap:
very pOJlU ;
who have tried gardening in except' In the hike region in the arc going to reforest denuded bows given by the pile hammers. The
a harsh climate have no Iden of how southeastern portion of the county. CAMPHOR TREES areas and preserve the standing tim trees yield a great deal of gum, and
easily It I Is pursued In Florida A The trees do well here. Here as Though camphor t not of ber. On the forest question( Florida is are much valued by the naval stores
"lotOxrO\ feet Is sufficient for an everywhere clue they lI'te'troubled by any commercial I reestari at safe. In some European countries no one tract is exhaust
averaore family./ Here vegetables of the borer, but the trouble of killing present, : : h one may cut down a tree unless he ed tna'nAot'horown be ready. The. new
one kind, or another mavtrown this worm is very. mnilin return for XL-out numberthey forare grownand hererna planttwo I : new ones in the place I of process of scarring the trees to obtain
all I the wear rOlin'I. The fertilizer fromthe the delicious fruit.PLUMS. mental tree Some years ago, when it. In Florida nature plants at least I the gum, do not expose the abandoned
fowl house. and,I little lime belnirnrenerallv the 1\\ E. I. DuPont ten pine trees for each one cut down, tracts! to the ravages of fires
sufficient, supplemented de Nrenowne.I' I 110 rkmdoL'I or Id II over to and the very agency which elsewhere as did the old "box" system. The
with a little water In dry' times. Little Except for the hoi plum which find a suitable; location for a mammoth Is most destructive start'to timber ia! here government maintains an experiment
skill is required. keeping tho wild on farm, but few helping to give it a station Starke
nr no ( ; grows every camphor orchard, from! which near in order to try
.nil loose and free from weeds Is all plum trees are seen. The Kelsey plum to harvest camphor to use in explo THE PINEThe :-. new mothods for obtaining ro.in.
that is necessary. has proven a success in this county, elves, celluoid, etc., the thrifty appearance original pine trees here-at Low places on farms, formerly worthless -
TONG! r.lirW'INC. SEASON and is just receiving the attention it of camphor trees here led least as far as history runneth not to nre now becoming overgrown
be here all deserves. Tho outlook is for big them to choose this section A very the contrary-are the long-leaf yellow with young pines, and soon the money
the Something time.Ve can have seen grown as many as plantings In the future, large orchard wan set out a fewmiles pine, which grows on the higher received as box rent" from. naval
-. southeast of Starke. The tree stores ml'n. will almost equal what
four taken from the same ORANGES: [Around and the slash pine, which
valuable commerciallikes the farmer make off! the same area
In the lumber
yet moist situations.
any prove
piece of ground In one vear. With Orange trees are seen on every
the exception of suirnr cane, which hand, having sprouted from the roots I ly; meanwhile it 1 is a valuable orna trade both go under the name of the of his field although no money or
require the whole year to grow, at of those which were frozen to the mental tree. long-leuf :Southern: yellow pine. The labor These have been spent on the trees
latter-day pines make
least 1 two crops can be crown on thosiirtie ground in 181)5.;; There are a few TUNG OIL TREES):) slash pine is of quick growth com stove wood, but for the fireplace! good it
pared with the long-leaf. The latter
land each flourishing to be seen, yet
year. which cannot with the free
Tun011 the nuts burn.
the trees, of. trees originally grew close together compare
For Instance1: Plant Irish potatoes not much attention isth'en Melrose in tire used 1 for the finest varnish Is and I shaded the ground. Their roots lag heartwood of the original pirn'.
trees at ,
harvest In the latter part orange except
in .Tamiarv. ) in
to receive some Attention
held the ruin water captive, and in
southeastern ofthe county
of Anrll plant l to corn; when this Is corner CYPRESS
) here
; this A few trees already
county. this cold ground the trees
: sour grew
those whore the trees, on account of tho :
laid plnnt to ; when The habitat of the
by cowpensj arc doing well. Near Gainesville is a so slowly till it often required 200ear.s cypress tree is
are fathered plant a fall l crop" of potatoes water protection afforded by the large orchard, and prospective planters \ to reach u diameter at the in low places and 1 along streams'
suffered! but
Santa lake
or beans. -four crone ton / hero watching it with the intention where inundations are funpjent. The
year are butt of inches. The wood,
little the time of the great freeze.
Tint the first\ planted at tree is arboreal
potatoes in an
of establishing!, plantings with resin curiosity on account -
impregnatedeighteen was
TNU I K almost hidden by [ very
M liv "nr'lon prettytown :
,: 1111h"'n" preceded peas the county as the experiment proved durable and strong. Trunks art found of its wide base and mot protuberances
ltinlod i the. veer before nivl" ,( tho potilium orange trees.However a distinct success. several feet down in the ground or "kne(!.," both of which
in- limps I"1" rdtinleH may he Satsuma, trees, which which after having been buried for are necessary for stability and.
h ill.>wed. liv "I'lirdi-n i"i ,is-\'lrtuallyfm will withstand colds we nEUKIES hundreds of years are still perfectly breathiinr. The cypress cones 11"0"
I ". ,i-rniM b> mm veer from the same are likely to have, ire being planted Several kinds of berries grow wild sound. heavy and no not fall far from the
nine" of land,;' In veuvtnble, irardenthe very generally. The Icimiquat, n member trees hence the latter I is slow! in
"11"0.11"i "i- .i'1'iiillm mnv be even of the onmgo family, j is frequent-- in Bradford county. Just before the <_ivu war the pine gaining territory. Its growth i i- aNnslow
more. niinnrniid'ninir, "' "i venr.Fruit ly seen. It is an orange; tree In mini. The blackberry j is found In P rotatimber began tobe for its -m many cases incredibly, so.
ature and hears small fruit which sion along fences old fields and in gum. The chopping of deep "boxes"into Trees only! six inches in diameter
and can be had for the pick the stumps of the trees, for the
aro liked l by many Crape( fruit and swamps four feet from! the ground sometime
Trees Grow lemon trees: were formerly plentiful ing. :No family needs go without collection of gum, proved very destructive are seen bearing marks made
blackberry pie for dinner during May to the trees after they had survey I
here but are now seldom seen. 72 years ago when the d!'.nneter) could
ard June. served their time as rosin producers
not have been much less. Sums
Rapidly GRAPES: Blueberries and huckleberries are n, the grass tires ignited the gum In of immenre trees
Until recent years the scuppernong found, in the early summer around the boxes and mullions of trees were from while Christ sprang still
grape, white or black, has been the where, and streams or other places, burned down.. Lut.'r came logging on arthe TheY el Is light was and of
Tn our last article;, wo' irave a list of only one seen here. It Is large and there have been no recent grass nnd l sowmlllinuand clearing of little strength, but I is practically .
nor cultivated nlant-. W, will now sweet and grows in small clusters. tires. rleM.1' and thus large tracts were de- lasting.
turn our attention I to our' nut, fruit Every farmer h.ix one or more vil\l'\ .. Th,' "tl''''' blueborrv". :is now benuked of tree. Later still cams the
and forest trees. The vines are allowed tn tlmib <>n an .m 1; lilt uth,d.1'here'u! ,h an or- i. ms--tie indu'tn -\hk-h utilized the There is still much cypress timber
overhead trellis, ami no more attention vhaii,! for I.irki': ', nrd. this berry smaller trccst left by the loggers and the county. The largest logs mo
1 '':( .IN9:- sawed into blocks
' farm. -ill, men.Wit' used forvleMM.
is given: them\ Thov in id no n ix to rid on "" 1)
Of nil the trees we keep far their .. shingles, which will after! manv
the necnn I Is bv fur: the most ........' w years of use, wear out by winds and
4 Important It flourishes hero. on al Ia :. rains I but never decay. The ..malletmost
4 any soil, comes into bearing + : .. : ._. ,.' ., tt-,,'. logs are used for plank crosstieWater ., s,
soon and Is seldom troubled) hv Insect \ .; __ ; tanks, etc The tall -lendoi,r
nests. Manv( varieties are tn be found, y, straight trees are used for. tolei.tph)
I1 nil grafted and of the best kinds. and telephone poles also I for Pence
They vleld heavily Several large or- iti posts. The old logs found in the
.hard are founil, In the conntv and w 'k'it swamps, from which the sap wood" has
smaller ones everywhere New or- 9 d rotted off, make posts that will last
,ehanl nl',' .,.t out <,very spring. The At T' y > y tt. almost I forever Dry cypress makes
"eriin tree brines; many'tbo\l"I\ndll of a 1 good stovi wO'bd. and mixed with
,iloltars Intn the county annually and It ty ,, sKe ri well in the tire
It looks ns thonrh. In'course of time t.. -' m place

the' whntn i-onntv will he one large .M's ;p + b HARD MOODS
orchnril. r ,
pecan :
'e tai ; 1 A few years ago, at the state fair
TEAKS at Jacksonville, Bradford's exhibit I'

,, In hv !nnr years the T.eConte wa w' (which, by the way captured I the
the only representative of the pear w t, t second prize) contained, IIother
family( here. The fruit Is very Inferior tive products, thirty-five sections of were:
and l the tree coolest to hll hG For w trees thirty-one of vvhuh
that reason it !i. now hut seldom s Iei classed as hard woods. Of thO".n. I' trees
excent In abandoned fields, t 0 we will only mention! the following\ :

e where It still drnirs out Its existence + Mtr GUMND) BAY

(1 nrnnnir the young pine trees.. 1 g, The black gum is seen in low

:V hotter near I* the Kelflfer. It Is + places everywhere.. Along the stream.
rather coarse, I but very large. The -r iR, it attains a great size. The grain of
tree bear enormous crops year after ) 4 "I' i( wGla', ; t wood is interlocked and the wood i n

year and requires no attention. It is very tough, and when seasoned, war;>'
a n'nnted' in orchards I hut one or s s 7 fiv'i' light. This wood i is. Ideal for veneer
two trees run be seen on almost every '. ,_ '. lag and for cups or baskets used in
',,,m. strawberry and other crates In

The Chinese sand pear i is now be .. 1' ,' course of time it will prove a valuableIng
: I I; ':: f I' .c" f r.' I I t. : I ..r6,' 'un. I s asset.This .
generally planted. Its fruit is

Is One of a Series Of Advertisements To Appczr Each! Wctk For Ten Weeks and Paid For By The Fol.'oMing!' Public Spirited Citizens of Bradford County :



t,. C. L. PEEK & SON, Real Estate J. \V. WHITE! & SON DeWITT C. JONES Hardware E. H. SMITH J. H. and J. T. MOORE





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,I, | interest VMM, manifest from '!every I

i CDell!! I i! put' ?..i I tin ojuntj.Pmvuas .. i rapidly, who know but men mayMuMin

- I -- nti' .' w .) to live on this.
FARMERS and FARMING ': i taut: lumdcraft at the lais WeekI .irth ?r'u'.i i ', ., ctitimtr' inch others'
1 nielliu-iK. nalulu muip at Port in.ilti ,I. tsar '.
Richey. Seventy-live pine needle,
-- .>> raffia tie and red baoKets and burlap i President l Cuol.uge, It is laid, '
pillows were completed. will cut twenty-five millions a
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE: year from the cost of the United 'X;

ARTICLES OF FARM: EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO Escambia-The county agent andI I States I\rm-a good idea. Sol- >

BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY had a joint meeting of our club I dices inarching over the ground in "Ji,
future front the air will l bo Vt
and of Sunshine
boys girls Hill and I '
about useful rabbits >
< as -n many
Barrineau which featured
Park was *
when 1I1hlt.lck then
FLORIDA MAY TAKE LEAD n:, :SUMMER:! : : HINTS ONSHIPPING : ctS;' ,f by a picnic dinner and rousted \vein- t The Premdvnt'ii economy will ..'I
IN BULB GROWING I LIVESrOLK::! era over a camp tiro by the Perdido i be twice a* valuable if he will

river.. Arthur Brisbane arrange to upend the twenty-five
Embargo on Narcissus Seen As ,I Animals that arrive on the market millions cut from the army on the
for State. crippled or dead are a loss to the 1)ad1 loaned an outdoor cannerto building of more flying machine -
, Great Opportunity shipper, and reduce his profit on the a lady in Kedlands six weeks ago. "SOMETHING WRONG, GARY. Henry Ford will use United "

United shipment. In hot weather, especially She reports 600 quart containers filled FLYING, DIVING, A NEW ERA.FORD'S States ships, I if he gets them, to
The embargo, which the there often trouble in in that time.IlillaboroughThe. take ears South unil around Into
with hogs, is
States Department of Agriculturehas NEW PLAN. the Gulf of Mexico and bring fruit: ,
declared against the importationof shipping. The following suggestions annual camp and l vegetables back to the north
by specialists of the Agricultural Extension RAIN, CORN, PRICE. That would be welcomed -
narcissus bulbs has forced one of was held last week at Safety Harbor.Thirtyseven .. programme
Division of the University of -- would
: millions. helpto
'" -r-- by
the leading bulb growers and importers gills from East Kills-
Florida should of value in reducing solve problem of distribution -
of Holland and France to seek I II prove borough enjoyed this outing. Judge< Gary unvs there Is some- one
the and the producing -
livestock losses develop treat
during (
thinK with luiMiu.
I new sources of supply for the great ----- wrung .s conditions of the South they
American market which consumes summer. TilE U> FlON-; C.\'fEIU'ILLAlt and the something H LACK regions as
uluiuld .
than $10,000,000) worth of these 1. Only strong, healthy animals are U.ULITO: DAMAGE THE OF CONFIDENT: "tin- abnormal developed.Mos'rs.
wore likely to reach their destination in I COT; I'UN-; CROP: THIS YEAR unnecessary and 1 '1'1. 1111. III poised Fall, Dohmy and Sin
bulbs annually.This good condition. Keep the weak, sickly mental attitude of managers: inCluding clair have been in.llrte.l for con-
situation the bulb industry "
in and crippled animals on the farm Advices received by the Agricul- ouisehes. fpir.icv by a Grand\ Jury in the 1Ditiut
brings William Feller to Jacksonville. 2. Have the placed in i Division of the University : of Columbia. If you In.lall'h..I
car position tural Extension -
That's .steel In
Son I as sound as a trot.
His firm is the F. Kynvold ,
anxious to l bet that Mr.Fall .
America ahead of loading time. Examine it of Honda are to the effect Pintroubles are mental. Put u )
bulb and importers of for thopeople's
growers carefully for projecting nails loose, I I that the cotton caterpillar has arrived plank Mix inches wide on t alto will irn to jail selling
is oil .
Holland and France. Mr. teller liin.ls) and) tllkillJ'ret
broken rutted bad doors this earlierI ground, and of a luimlml PI'OII"lr'ry
or boards | in this Lute year < for tho Rulo. 'I'AI1'11.1
here to expand further the operations I } nymcnt I
and faulty Hours. Remedy these conditions lima bufoiu. Past has ono will wnl't tlio length of!
of the firm's South Jacksonville farm, I over experience IE1''t': loin jail the really big
it without fear of f.illlnir I'ut tho
This when found. Have a good' been that in years when Him insect rriminnli in thin country. l.llllo
the Southern Bulb Company. feet in the air
plank fifty ,
here aftor loading chute and board. I appears in the :South:! earlier than us- sane cumin.il <, > P-. It'i ilantrptous
bulb farm was established and two In a hundred, norhnpo,
careful experiment to determine the 3. Bed with straw for cattle and severe I, will be -illp) to walk it. Put your country for tlirm.- it they're caught.It .

most suitable section of the> countryfor sand or sawdust for hogs. Wut the noc. rc i infestation later in the season.I plank up two htuulied, I feet, ami bus been ;laminar:;; In the I corn *'

growing narcissus bulbs. sand or sawdust down with water, .... I This unusually early! arrival of the not on" in a thousand will try to belt mid that has chnereil the farmers. y
Mr. Feller stated that his ftrllbe- and in extremely hot weather plucu I cotton caterpillar should put cotton cross It. Tim ('orlCrOI) suffered 1 for ,
experiments to determine the three or font chuncks of ice at inter It is a Rapper ulea-so itTs new I farmers on thor guard. It U appears Yet, leaving out fear, it is aseasy lack of rain.Immediately.
gan bells worn to walk such a plank a thousand the price of corn
numbers after is
the vals in the cur. I -these tmklinprilver in the crop is set, it
most suitable and locution fur production Flor-- 4. Give the livestock no laxative on the garter. The fad l Its started I I Ian advantage, but if it appears in feet up as it is flat on the fell more than 5 cents bushel, Do-
of bulbs after finding
the ground. comber 98 V i to 03 '
feed for 48 hours before shipping. no end of controversy-first in numbers before the crop is sot, it will com weather 1
ida ideal they established the The of national
Newark, N. J. high school. height our prosperity cents. The something .? .
Bulb Company here, which after Oats and non-legume hay before destroy the crop in a short while. mattes some citizens dizzy. to cheer up the farmer, and
practical demonstrations in the past shipping and hay while in transit aro ;! --- ----- ------ It is therefore well for the farmerto then tho grain ,speculators to cheer .- ,
three years warrants further developments best for cattle. One part oats and. 2 that too. Prof. Wut sun ajs that the be on the lookout for thu cotton This is a new age, and the thingswe him DOWN itguln.\

Mr. Feller that this sec parts corn make a good mixture for sulphur will nut absolutely.. eradicate caterpillar, and it if appears early,
tion of, Florida promises says to become the I the hogs. I them but the application of 100 to dust with calcium arsenate only our a few grandfathers years buck.. but ourselves At of Yufnlpn tho First California!Methodist all Church members -

bulb center of America. I 5. Haul hogs to the loading point.don't 200 pounds per acre is not expensiveand BIG ACREAGE-NOT' -: I witnessed tho end of a Biblo-read-

Department of agriculture figures drive them. Have them at the' does help. Young gentlemen studying at inK marathon. '
KIYlo: man:: i
show that bulb imports into the I loading pens for two hours before I I This summer I am planting all of nnnpnlis. nro told that hereafter It was a noble rending, nil out

United States have had a steady Increase I loading to cool oil, and do not let my nomntode-infestod land in bunch It has been brought out in an investigation vn oftlccr anti a gentleman must loud, every wool! distinctly pro- c !

: from ,6O:;2Uld) narcissus'I them tight or struggle. I I velvet beans and Iron and Bradham of the western funning region Know how to fly. nouncad. The pastor, the Rev. R. i |

bulbs imported in 1020, tu 77,1 J3,2H1 6. Do not let animals go thirsty In cowpens which are just as good, and that the small farmer'ii.stead of And nut In the Pacific\ Ocean, I>. Ksloy, stayed' awake and road
with down among the coral lanes', near listened throughout the 69Uhours.
in 1D2J/ and U.tJ6.IHJ6:! :; of these bulbs are used by commercial 7. Do not bruise animals with the posts next year. Whenever they really netting ahead. Farmers opI I Galapagos .
I u 't th diving helmets on their heads More dnllnnrnla reading, especially -
florists in the North fur forcing under clubs or rods. do get troublesome again, I will usa erating 100 acres or more aro t their' othriwlso nukivl bodies well( of Job and Initial, would
glass and greater quantities are 8. Do not over-crowd the car. the sulphur and plant the bunch velvet ning ahead in their expanses rUll-1 oiled: are sitting under the water, be preferable. Hut any Bible readIng -

consumed annually in the homes I 9. When the hogs have cooled off\, beans again. I frequently going broke, while those studying the null that come, wide- is better than none.

where they are flowered readily in it is safe and advisable to sprinkle --- with an average of 20 acres or loss eyed to study the men.
them frequently in transit. S In Thlbrt you ran give a. few cop. ,
pebbles and sand. The Mist strides j are making an average net profit annually -
10. to For the first time In his several pots to n pagan priest with hit
and increase of the florist business < consignments a rep- EXTRACTS: FROM of !f30J per acre a year on mill. You
thousand of exist- go your way
hundred prayer
utable commission Arm. years
and the increase demand for ilower- AGRN1S IM.PORIS: irrigated ground.
cn.e on this planet, man can truly comforted, he grinds out 10,000
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ing narcissus bulbs in the homes NEW BULLETIN CONTROL-; "/ This bungs out conclusively that! say the earth Is bin and the full- prayers for yon on his little mill.
point out a most promising future for i, OK PECAN NUT CASIMIEAKCH Palm l.each-Several cars of fine smaller farms, better crops and better r"ni theM''''. HB "goes up Into thor 'I'hORIrrn"pr' urn hrllcved, to don
Florida growers. t pineapples are being whipped every businesM judgment arc sure foundation < n.' ft" 'I Imo, 'I.. 't env, I' i .. ,MM' Ld,I titn, < 1 Inir, : from r.l

While Mr. Feller n here in connection : I[ A new bulletin of interest to Florida day. The size and quality of the fruitin stones of farm prosperity. Intensive .l I

with his firm's bulb interestsin pecan growers has just been issued the Delray section are exceptionally farming wins over extensive .lt

South Jacksonville, which while by the United States Depart- Rood. farming.A I .1 fl

being a considerable producing unit''' ment of Agriculture It is Bulletin fault in Florida has been that )

docs not begin to supply the vast demands 1303, the subject of which is The Walton-Farmers of tho county are the average grower, whether it but I ''J

of the American market. For Pecan Nut Case-Bearer. now gathering one of the largest! staple crops, live stock, truck, or

the purpose of economical production' According to the department, too I blueberry crops ever &grown in the citrus fruit, has tried to go at it on I 1 11Zzle y
and clncicni marketing he is prepar- I pecan nut case borer is one of the county. The fruit is largo and delici- too largo a scale. Instead of limiting, Our CrossWordHORIZONTAL <

ing to encourage the developmenthere most formidable enemies of the pecan ous and is bringing u fancy price. The himself to an amount that he can work I .-, 1

fur a bulb producing center because of its nut-feeding habits. grape crop is fUao good and the peach or oversee properly and has resources :

among other growers and interesting This insect has three generations crop will begin to bo shipped next to put in the market in proper shape, ifll
parties. annually, tho first generation doing week. the grower doubles his land area and

I' the most of the damage.The lets things slide by on the chance of i a s + s : c r a 9 ioi ,

SWEET:: 1'01'AIU CAIKKP1LL\K |i iAPPEARS best! method of control so far OsLuolu-With the coming of the an extraordinary market price brings NS '..,
,, found by the Bureau of Entomologyof rainy season, damage from rust in riches in a year from the big quan-
I the United :States:! Department of mites, which up to that time had be- tity of produce. I + i ta''s

The sweet potato caterpillar Pro- I Agriculture in its studies at Monti- gun to look serious has been reduced liaising stuff in Florida is the

dcmia ormthogalli, has appeared in ,, cello, i'la., is spraying with arsenateof to a minimum. easiest part of the job. It is the marketing w r tt \
destructive numbers in some sections lead. The addition of limo to the that counts when the profits

of the state. This insect usually appears spray is necessary to prevent arsen- Dude-Tho county dairy association lire totaled through.-Barlow Record.

ill July' or August here and ical injury to the foliage and nuts. has launched a program of IIEA\\, RAINS AUK HK.NKFI:. .> m su sii2

there throughout the state, and local- Three applications of the spray will good roads into the Everglades to y

ly does much damage. But it is seldom be required.\ The first should be made make available that land for dairy Jacksonville, June ly.-Plentiful

indeed that it occurs in destructive soon after the nuts have set, or about purposes. rain throughout Florida benefited

numbers as early as the first of the middle of May at Monticello. One Paseo-A new truck route to St. plant life generally, according to \
June. Therefore it looks as if sweet week or 10 days later another spray- started this week. !Meteorologist A. J. Mitchell of the

potato growers were going to have to I ing should be given, followed in about The Petersburg was association will join United Stales weather bureau station .1 1 S N 1/
poultry I
be on the lookout especially for these four or five weeks by the third appli with the dairy association In supporting here. The only harm done by the ,i

insects this year. I cation. this truck.HamiltonTbe. rain was in :South:! Florida where the i" a ..Ir/l 'NtSt i .
Probably the best control measure i The exact time of spraying will lowlands are under water. The rainfall H -' 1 :

ill the use of a poisoned bran bait. vary somewhat according to latitudeand boll weevil seemsto morely added! to the depth of the '

Mix perfectly dry 23:; pounds of bran season. The tint applications\ are be on the increase in all of our water covering the lowlands in that .! 'I"i

and 1 pound of Paris green or white : the most important and should be cotton fields, though many growersare portion of the state. I ", .

arsenic. Calcium arsenate does very ; thorough. dusting and picking up the The week just past was one of t
well but lead arsenate does not work Copies of Bulletin 1303, The Pecan squares. moderate temperature with frequent 6. Erase

well in this bait. When the poison Nut Case-Bearer may be had showers. and some locally heavy to 1. !Make a deduction 7. Toward the top !
and the bran are thoroughly mixed, free from the United States Depart- Duval-Good ensilage and forage excessive rains most frequent in the 0. Ancient Priests I j x. Anger

moisten with enough water to makeit ment of Agriculture as long as tho crops are in evidence on many dairy peninsula 11. Unpleasing to tho eye I U. Little "11'1'' toy I

damp but not sloppy, so that It' supply laits.KIDDING farms of the county. Green corn Glen St. Mary with 8.4 Inches, had 12. Personal pronoun i 1 113.I 10. To dash or spatter about

can be sowed broadcast and will fall -THE- -JOHNSON--; -" -- Sudan grass, and I'earl millet are the heaviest rainfall. At Fort Lauderdale 14. Perhaps
Support 1
in small flakes on the foliage. A mixture I FARM or NEMATODES' now being! fed. the rainfall was 3.6 inches 15. To speak Vi-ncjuolan: town on Tuy River '

of 20 pounds of bran and 5 WIIICII CAUSE ROOT-KNOT Voluaia-Rust mites are gradual! EuHtis 4.8 I Durtow 3,8. Crescent City Plural form) i 17. Thane of prior age (abbr.) '
pounds of cottonseed meal makes a I but a,;,;, Fort Pierce 2.7, Carbelle 2.7. in. Mineral fuel ( I 20. Hrciist bone I\
showing not rapid
up, increasing 18. A of length now rarely
t better mixture than the bran alone. (By Spuds Johnson) ly. There appears to be more fruit Severn) other stations reported rain- used measure :'' 21. Scatters '

f The above amount is enough to treat I Last year, on advice of specialists than was hoped for and it is growing fail exceeding two inches. ID. Limited (behead the abbr.) 28. Sprite 4(
J o acres. of the Experiment Staten, I planted rapidly. Some Juno bloom Is showing Cotton is in good condition despite :20. Kvenlng: meals I' 25. A Illi-like plant of tho southern
This should be put on in the eve I bunch velvet beans in a field of mine generally. the fact that the boll weevil u _uieral United I States

fling or early morning so that it will that was badly infested with nemu- -- the report says. Corn, cane and 22. Musical note 1| 27. Tree 5 i, ?wi
not dry too quickly and will give the todes. The results were so successfulthat ; .1 peanuts are improved. Much Juno :23.:I Crook letter i :Jl\\I>. A small lizard .

caterpillars n longer time to feed upI I I am calling attention to them MOMC DEMONSTRATION: "/ I bloom in reported in th.. citrus trees.. :JI! I, To explore by secret methods 81. A runner attached to the foot
I :lit!fl!, To dispense in small quantities
Good; lined in snow or Ice
on it. I AGENTS' REPORTS progress was made in the tobacco sliding over 1
One inn dust his sweet potatoes now.Soon after the early truck crops ; harvest during the week, and set 2H. Affirmative 31 I Disgust
with violent hast
:10. To perform
out :ifl. River in Franc
with lead of
arsenate powder to good were harvested on this field, I planted Suwannee-A great deal of can ting sweet potato slips was JJ.! Poetic name of the second largest
cfFot, or they can be sprayed with a I It to bunch velvet beans in rows three ning is being done all over the coun- general. : continent: 38. Been that gather no honey
mixture! of 1 pound of lead nrsenaM-" feet apart, dropping the beans about ty. Melon\ shipments were about at the 40. A rocky pinnacle .

and the milk obtained by slaking 2 or ,, nix inches in the drill. This gave a maximum. Pineapple shipments were :ii.\: Dapple 41. The whole ;,.

3 pound of air slaked lime, and 50 gpod stand of the bunch beans which Taylor-A county short course will good. Tomato and truck shipment :'it\ covering 43. A fountain i

gallons of water. However, spraying! : covered the ground in a short while.I he held June 25 to July 1. Have been decreased. hand 4r,. Grass like plant growing In wet i
Make\ lace by
will ordinarily! be found to be more cultivated the field at least once encouraging women and girls to attend places
expensive' than dusting or the poison a week throughout the season, and 40. Merit :}1 j
CARE OP CHILDREN :D9.J!) A crazy or Irresponsible person
bait sa> i J. R. Watson, entomologistof I hoed the beans once or twice to keep 47. Restore to health

the Florida Experiment Station. i down weed Lake-At the meeting of the poul- Chauncey M. ii;;;;, in an Interview 41. Feminine(slang) name (!). Large 8. A. Snake

I was told that this method would try association held recently, steps In the St. Augustine Record). 51. Chief executive in state 4
keep the soil well aerated, and that were taken toward having the association They inform me that I will have to 41. Little Preposition bits of food 63. Former president (Initial) \
work out some marketing I
In the eggs of nematodes which cause Mettle down Florida 6- Creditor (abbr.. t
explaining passe partouting of methods for the members. When in to keep a large 47. Company (abbr.)
pictures to of her clubs root-knot on many of the crops grownon part of from tv.
one Miss ,, my enormous profit going -
these plans are put into practice we 38. The woody spike corn growsaround
the land would all hatch. The
Floresa Eipprell home demonstration i to the state in which I live because
I believe that some of our most Im- 5 j A P M A N YL
agent of Escambia the nematodes do not feed on the roots of in Florida there is Inheritance
County, told no t
portant poultry problems will be 0. Pertaining to the kidneys
bunch velvet beans and so after > D F v l L EADVA
children that the process was Inex- solved. tax. So. you ice, Florida is not 51. A pistol ;

pensive and simple. To impress it on II hatching they would die. This was only taking care of you, but looking G2. Tied so that it will not slip NC I NG -. \
them she told them that if they supposed to greatly reduce infesta- Okaloosa-A representative of the after your children as well. Be wise!
r 3. Contraction
would bring some old broken windowpanes tion following.Well Bureau of Animal Industry, United I Be wise! Happily, this real estate > ever B E E R A G O G
tu the next meeting, she would I sir, I tried that out, and States Department of Agriculture 1 bin I boom Is not localized, hut extends all 66.S.I. Gazed Center intently or innermost part :; i iI

passe par-tout some pictures for them. found that it was true. This year my the county showing some farm over the state of Florida and can i l. Fibres carrying force and steadi\
At the next meeting every memberwas crops on that field were not infested I moving pictures. Attendance at the ensily take care of most of the move- > A U T O E M M A .
present with some broken glass. enough to cause any serious trouble shows has been good. 'able population of the country. By nessVERTICAL

One boy casually remarked that he from root-knot. I I moveable, I mean people who can afford T R I L I N E A R
"had to break out a window in order I am told by Prof. J. R. Watson Volusia-The first Volusta County to come to Florida. 1. Corroded APREF I
to get some broken window pane for entomologist of the Experiment Station Flower Show, held recently wn even I 2. Exclamation of surprise 0 5 A T 1 N

the work." that the use of sulphur will more successful than anitclpated. The A little kerosene rubbed on the 3. Surname of a nursery heroine STAB

help reduce the number of nematodesin variety of flowers and potted plants l screen door keeps flies from swarming 4. Always .h I 1

SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH the soil, and so I think I will try shown was excellent. Enthusiasm and In when the door I fa opened. 8. A Creek. Fabulist .. \
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.T-I; TEST F"I the proof of it i is too strong to be do-l! between us. Our way of living is "Put me down," answered George,

:- EDUCATIONAL FAITH nied. simple and satisfactory, while yours I "I'll pay ye tomorrow."
a1li alptatious. "Being an educated monkey. I have I is very complicated and very unsatis Next day the two met again.
Ono day Steven Girard saw a studied Darwin and his followers'I factory. The differences are much "Well," said George, "who won the
crowd around a teamster and his pretty carefully myself, and I admit greater than the resemblances, and! prize"
horse which had fallen and broken a that they put up some every plausible ( therefore any attempt to prove a: "I won the first prize," said the
I leg. Thore were many expressions of arguments. Some of their statements common origin Is bound to end in farmer. "Wasn't I lucky"
sympathy for the man. "I'm sorry are no doubt very convincingto failure. "Who won the second"

I' 8ALLIB I 1'At I sMI/ K-; .\sk.S II) VKKIt .V-SKSSOR:: I lUc dollar worth," said Girard, producing the limited mentality of a mere "Now, Mr. Editor, if this isn't "My wife won the second; wasn't:
; WUATJJ"IJ: .\CCl: '\riONS: 10 KhIILCh;)) :I ASSESSMENTS: :-; the money. Professor 11. N. human, but to the stronger intellectof enough proof, and It your wise men she lucky?"
Sherwood who recently left the chair i a monkey they are as flimsy as are still unable to see the point, I "And who won the third" queried
;1 She could mean only one thin! She (lo\. :.Martinould Create Uniform of history in Franklin College, Indiana cobwebs. will write again." George patiently.
it away, shamefully, without System. i to become State Superintendent "And Yours truly,
gave now, Mr. Editor, with your "My darter; wasn't she lucky? By
.hame.-A detective I | Tallahassee, June 19.-The tax assessor II of Public Instruction of that common- kind permission, I will now proceedto CIIIMPAN Z. MOMCEY" the way you haven't paid your two
x "Oh, I see," I murmured, and back of Baker county has been asked wealth, puts, in this article, the acid give your readers a few monkey __Tampa Tribune. dollars yet."

somewhere In my subconscious mind, by Governor John W. Martin to re- test to American protestations. reasons why the Darwin theory can- "No," said George. Wasn't I .
: I saw the lean man with the cap and duce the assessment in his county I America believes in education. The not be true. GEORGE: WAS RIGHT lucky"

cigarette. I had noticed him once on I about 16 per cent In order to place the same century that marks the first "In thu first place, monkeys are ,
V Oh '
i the train and again in the lobby. valuations on an equal footing with permanent English settlement on peaceable folks. We never invented Farmer Giles, canvassing for members I'UPILS TO GIVE
she had been clever I the other counties. Governor Martin American soil saw also the beginningof gunpowder and submarines, poison for a raffle, asked one of his MUSICAL PROGRAM:
"Did your consort also tell you how schools and college It has always neighbors to enter.
1tPV e has been making an offort to have a gas and TNT. We have never had a
m ,. the Inn episode ended ? I demanded i uniform percentage of valuation been a principle in America that great world war among us and butch- George," he said "be you a-goin' Pupils of Mrs. W. II. Leo will appear
rather calmly. 'adopted i the state, and for popular government depends on an ered and starved "
the hotels throughout up twenty million in for my raffle? in recital Friday evening, June
"Just about leaving
hi the of your the morning." tho current assessment suggested 50 intelligent electorate. Moreover, It has monkeys just to humor the whim of "How/ much?" asked George 2(1( at the school auditorium 8:30: p.
gray been held that tho
; per cent as the proper basis. Baker handicap half a dozen monkey kaisers. We have Lake Butler. Eeverybody invited.
r In, "Two o'clock, Mrs. Fisher, Is to la ignorance. Perhaps in "Two dollars< was the reply. m.
county showed a 63 per cent basis, tot more sense than that. We hardly
d scarcely morning I hence the governor's request for a re no other country in the world have over get sick if left alone. It is only .. m ,
"Let not words;" she answered greater sacrifices been made by enossc. vs' : .
UM mince adjustment. The text of tho &over- pa- when taken captive and kept in your
tartly, "I know what I know, rents to put their children through
nor's wire to Tax Assessor L. L Rho- human society that we pine away and
my young woman I've suspected my ,,den I follows: college. The biography of our noted .die prematurely. Therefore we have
husband ever since the night I saw j I, "In making out your' tax list for citizens usually narrates the long | no uso for doctors and drug stores,
you two together In Pcnsacola. But 1 11925 I am going to ask that you re- struggle to complete college course. I hospitals and hot water bottl<.s. We .
l only recently did I havo the forethought i| duce the taxes in your county on n A drive across any state brings to have never had a law suit over a low
to engage someone to help I I basis of 15 per cent ns our records view hundreds of public and privatebulldogs 'I fence, and we don't need a great army
me get at the bottom of the situation show that your county is paying on a I erected at n cost of thousands of monkey lawyers to protect our
+ I am still in lovo with Mr. Fisher but ,6:1: per cent basis which is altogether of dollars, and each a monument p personal interests from other mon
' things have gone too far," she resumed ,j i lout of lino with other counties of the I to the faith of America in odu- !teys. Wo have got more sense than

the conversation I i| stole. There (Is no reason why the cation.. that. We don't drink corn likker nor
"I did not object to him having a people of Baker county should pay I For two hundred years we hnve binoko cigars, chew tobacco nor dip all
little fun with the girls aK long as he more than their share of the tax burden I Leon developing a system of edllcaI snuff. We have more self-respect than
did not select unc subject. The situation of the state. What I' urn anxious I|' lion that presupposes sixteen years to touch those nasty things.
is Impossible! I shall not permit I to do Is to regulate it so that every in the lie of our children, and takes "And then again-and this is one
the present status of thinga to con I county will pay its just proportion and I them from the primary grades of my strongest points-we monkeys Yor mr ran Iv ou,6
' tinue. l no you think for one minute there Is no disposition on my part to through high !school! and, college. We do not commit sin. We never have toe
that I would have the world look upon have the people of nny one county point with pride to this system; w be threatened with hell fire to keep
me us a discarded woman?" she drew pay more than another." cherish the memory of its founders and us straight. We don't need the services
her sables about her with a frigid I we rejoice in the achievements of its of a million monkey preachers
aloofness I MIDWAY products. We have faith that this constantly trying to drag us into
"Out I want to tell you that you system will overcome ignorance, and heaven by the hair of the head. We The tire
have broken up my homo. If it were 1! Midway, Juno 20.-J. O. Denlaonattended give to us clearness of vision, breadthof are not afraid of any devil with horns most important
not for you and your angling for my i i church at Lake Butler Fri viuw and sanity of expression. and forked hoofs, and the hell that'our

,; husband, this thing would not have day evening. But this system of itself cannot preachers talk !so! much about announcement of ;years:
N A. Comer left Thursday for .
I happened." i a\e us from intellectual crudity and has no terrors for us.
"Out, :Mrs. Fisher, really," I began. Luke City where he will holp in tho pedantry.' With this system alone ware e I "We monkeys don't have to make '
"Kindly do me the kindness of not:revival there. only sounding brass or a tinkling/ i I money in order to livo. Wo don't have ,i You can now equip lour
f, Interrupting until 1 have finished. As There was a pretty home weddlnllIII cymlml. The system unless supported 'I to sweat in old dirty factories nor sit with a tire twice as
I was saying, you have stolen my t Thursday at the home of 111'V.' by teachers. who have dedicated themselves I| humped up all day counting column big as ordinary cords and
husband and l before he flagrantly deserts It. Crawford when his daughter, Miss to vicarious living, unless helped after column of foolish figures on pa- i| a inflated to only half the
me I shall take action_" Winnie, und Mr' Jeff Conner were by fathers and mothers who be- per. Wu know how to get along and pressure. It fits present
"You mean," I ,stammered, "surely united in marriage.. There was a large lieve that their best contribution to livo our lives in peace without so rims and costs about the
4'' :you: are not considering a separation. crowd of friends to witness the ceremony society is a child educated to serve 'much bother, and I'll bet five bushels I II' I.,: same as ordinary tires. It
." Conditions, then, were worse who wish them much happiness.T. his day and generation, unless aided I'I of cocoanuts against your store teeth:' I Q-o..J gives revolutionary ad-
s than I had imagined. L Chancey and Stephens Williamson by public officials who have their I that we get more enjoyment out ofi, \antagesof; \ corn fort and car-
"What would you do under similarcircumstancci attended church at Lake Out greatest joy in voting funds to help I life than you do. MICHELFK"Comfort" : economy. It is the new
)?" She hardly waited ler Friday evening. lift the level of intelligence and wollI "Now you take all these evil things I I Michelin Comfort Cord.
GZ ,. for my reply, hurrying on, her words .1. C. Uenison and sister, Miss >l'UIthls system will die of its own that I have mentioned-Including sin ,
bltlmrlv coherent. "Ccrtainlv I shall Nushlc, are visiting their uncle, A. I inertia.A and the fear of hell-and will I Cord Will you come in to see it?

get a separation anil I intend to have M. Ucniaon, of Lako Butler, and are second way to test our educational notice that they are confined you to the i
the world know the reason!I" There attending church there : faith ill to measure the esteemwe I human race exclusively. We monkeys I Smith's Garage
was no giving in, no gentleness, only 'I Jesse Cole and Mr.' Williams, of have for our school system with ate not bothered with them at all. If
a steel-like determination."You Lake City, were here this week.T. the regard We have for our other interests you men had half as much sense as i Starke, Fla. I
wouldn't mention my name, L. Chancoy made a trip to This may be done by comparing I we monkeys have got you surely could'i
would you, Mrs'' Fisher I tell you Gainesville thin week to see his son the amount of financial expenditure 1- sine that there is no blood relation I I
It's all a horrible mistake It would not be fair'," I pleaded. Miss\ Gertrude Crawford, of Win- that of expenses in other lines. Fig- -- .- -- -
"Don't talk to me of fairness. My ter Haven, is visiting relatives here'thin urea obtained by the Universal Press 1-

husband was true to me"-I winced i week. Service from the United States Treasury !
at the alleA'atlon-untll you deliberately :I G. W. Thomas made a business Department show that our country 1I!
used your wiles upon him." i f i I trip to Lake Butler SaturJay. spent for all taxable luxuries in
"One moment, please," it was Ellie, '[! The meeting at the Church of lull the gigantic sum of $22,700,000- I
who had evidently been sitting upon i Christ will begin next Saturday night, 000. For this same year the public
the sun porch, leading from the room June 27 and run a week. Eeverybody schools: of our country cost about
;t E in which wo had been tnlklny. I come. $750,000,000.' The items in the list of I ,
"I am Ellie Mitchell, Mrs. Fisher, --- GKAHAM- taxable luxuries and corresponding \
G ,nd there are some things you have I tax are as follows: I

aid to my friend here, that must be Graham, Juno 20.-Miss Eunice For public schools ____$ 750,000,000:; ,I \
;. V retracted." I I Saxton returned home Sunday. Rouge, lip stick powder II I
"Ind eill"! She drew herself up In1 Schell Byrd was a visitor to Jacksonville and perfume -------- 750,000,000, I "
what right have you to interfere, I Mrs. Mabel 1'rico and daughter' of Cigarettes 800,000,000
Miss Mitchell?" | Georgia, are visiting her parents, Soft drinks u______ :350,000,000 I s e.
"Just this, that the things of which Mr.' and Mrs. D. J. Byrd. Chewing gum _u___ 50,000,000 j
you have just accused Salllo havo I Truby and Irvin Dyal visited Starke Candy ___________ 1,000,000,000
been absolutely without foundation. Saturday.Mrs. Chewing tobacco and

That you do not know your husband; Jim Graves and bars" J. J. snuff --_______-- 800,000,000'
,' that Salllo Is as blameless for his McKinney< spent Wednesday" at New Other items mentioned are jewelry,
flirtations as the strangest girl whom Kiver. furs:,,. phonographs! and pianos, automobiles -
he passes." I I"And Mr. and Mrs.' Wesley Dyal spent joy riding, pleasure resorts '
how do you happen to know the week-end hero with his parents. races, etc., making the total amount
w ao much about him?" nho demanded. Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Roberts spent spent for taxable luxuries $22,700- I
-. "Because I know your husband, lust week with his parents. 000,000.
:Mrs. Fisher He sought amusement Mrs.' Aaron Byrd and family, of With these facts in view, can wo I
with me before ho forced his aflfections MacClcrmy, spent the week-end here claim to give good gifts to our chil-I
upon Sallie. It would be the with relatives.K. drew? So long as this condition History it
nine with any girl who had the 13. Murrhee and Schell Byrd tains I is it not true that the flesh ob'I I |'I as Happens
lightest I acquaintance with Warren wore business visitors to Starke Saturday victorious over the spirit, and that I
Fisher Ho has reached the age In our citizens care more for their
y Ute whore--at the swish of a skirt Miss!! Ethel Dyal is home from Pompano bodies than they do for their minds? I
r he Is off in a cloud of du,.t. He Is ter- on her vacation. Instead of spending thirty times as --.h
rified at facing the futuro without a Mrs. T. D. Dynl spent last week much for luxuries as we do for our I f
but wild fling at youth and its thrilling with her parents at Sampson City. public schools suppose we tithe tho I

adventure. Often when men reacha Arthur Wilder returned home Mon- luxuries. Then we would double the One hundred from the of Starke and
I history
susceptible forty, they feel that if day from. Tampa. amount that we spent in 1919!) for years now
h k they can get the attention and inter- Riley Wasdin! is home again from public education. I community will be written in less than one hundredth of
eat of a young girl that old ago is Ocaln. Can we look forward to an era of
not an Imminent condition. It's usual Mr.' O. Burke, of Georgia, is vlslting liberty and democracy when our posterity I the words: now necessary to tell you of the happeningsand
ly no hard matter to find some girl! his granddaughter, Mrs. J. J. is scarcely given the crumb that
too, who'll believe them in their beau- I :McKlnney.I falls from the rich man's table?- I developments each week. But who wants to wait a

tiful love making. A man with the I Ruby and Ethel Dyal left Sunday Educational Review hundred to learn what is ?
years going
experience of husband I for ---
your for Instance I High Springs, where they will ,
-- can say things so beautifully, spend) a few weeks. A :.MONKEY I : SPEAKS I I

V' ao personally so different from the Jack Padgett visited StArke Satur- A few years ago, The Tribune had When you are a subscriber to the Bradforc} County Telegraph -

capable compliments of b.towin/the, boys our They own make age you are day. an"Everybody editorial has paragraph, reading: 1 you have placed before you every week all the news

I believe that you are Tho Individual should be considered been heard from on1 I of the
the ."hlt.'n day. Included with this the
e advertisementsof
that," she paused for words to express first, the pedigree second in purchasing monke '." question except the news are
her exact ml'.lIlillg, "that they livestock of any kind. I home-town merchants
e am Now vxo hear from the monkey an your offering you new and seasonable -

I, scaled misunderstood the heights; that, and with accomplished you as a I Purebred and make livestock more are Inept better for tellers the- follows"Pear: !Mr. Editor: Will you give I merchandise. Reading the ads only each week is

wonders. Oh I know, I know,"and Iwon't amount of feed and length of time. space In your paper for a regular an education in itself.Subscribe.
; abusing Salllo.
T; you bluc-blnodcJ aristocratic
As she !stood! there silhouetted I Several tablespoons of peanut butter monkey to i
say a few words ? I sec in the
,t papers
against the casement doors in creamed
the with
shortening give a that
you human folks have
for the
o a fading light of the late afternoon, I navel and delicious flavor to cookies. terribly hot argument the got up al I now Telegraph
+ a marvelled at Ellie. Gone was the girl question /
J' '' Heavy feeding and no exercise of Evolution, and I want you all
of frivolous thoughts, of hoydenish on
r?' chatter. Gone were the slang phrases. Sunday or on rainy days are bad for to understand that we monkeys arc Only $1.50 per year
.. She was one woman defending another the horse. Be sure to cut down on the I bringing such in that. When it comes to
food charges
in whom she believed, a friend noble against -+. -
race as some of
who was willing to sacrifice her own Pouring melted parrafln wax into your scientists have done, it Is time
reputation for the sake of another. the cavities of loose furniture castors, for as to speak up and defend ourselves -
El1Ie's loyalty to HIP was beautiful inserting the castors carefully, and I .
and inspiring. Even :Mrs. Fisher was allowing! to stand for several hours "1 lee that a man by the name of Bradford County Telegraph
touched by the fineness of it There
will prevent their slipping out. Darwin has made the statement that
was A sort of Duse eloquence about all you forked things with shoes :
' the whole business. I When preparing dried apples for can trace your ancestral line back on to
"Then, who is responsible for the cooking, use scissors instead of a us monkeys. And
according to the I
;1 distance that has grown between us?!" ., knife for cutting out pieces of core best Information I can all "
c : Mrs. Fisher inquired. !I that might be left In them, and the scholars of the present day your the I
(To be Continued) I work will be done easily and< quickly. Darwin theory and they claim accept that



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-- HOW'S TTTS? I thrir''rM, : .1 I hate not been hoard of Mis' John Brooker. !! Bui. Mar 1. teas -.-_____.._..... I11T.4T
k TQ4I1 1'i xTvmtM MI '1f'I.n will 1 I i i. \\ ill '1 Un a', tii l one whom .cue llarrel' of LaCrosse vUi- Hi.I .'"M 1. IO.M -_. .._...._ M1T.Ulldvtipu
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs do wl \i> I l.um for '-r 11' i -i iof ,, i I' cvri ''|ituied\ I,r tuchin.t: the me : was a ilurinir month .n -..-_. 11)6,7Unhm /
-i.r: hue
.. .. ....... .,. Cn 'i, or ter I.>m; : f. v thought' the Sunday | .itm>Ma ilurina month -. 41119
M N N.1. n+.+..-. ..-...- ,.,.. -. ..... Catarrh btniuu-: trot wa s a tu-iy" I Mires Mnrrel Thomas, of llrookor, llnl, Jinn I 1. U'-.V' '.0."
It'LI./t L-\rAIIItII .tlRlUCTNH i ,."s and tit not fur further H..4 r.a<.
con ?
Uu of an Ointment which uuUkn I investigation. pent tin weekend with her rousin, II,,,,. ll.y I I. I 1'5.' ...... luSII."
Live State News | II' Relieves the CAtarrhnl Inflammation not: Miss: Jewell Conerly. I"" 'rlx, tlmmir mohlh .......... 11.B3
"Vo Internal Mmllct-ir., A Tonic. which ',. I niibunitnu'nu iturlntt 'month ....___
7/ UCT.I-. .I, UirouRh the niixxl on the Utiroun"urrnres. : Fort Pierce--Fossil- of some mammoth ""hus llarrel of Waldo, !spent! the llul .1"n,' 1. I'l.'S. .. ....10asII

''I'. .r..nrwaww..wr-rwnaw--raw -.J I thus restoring normal condl'BoM nnimal that thousands of weekend here with his parents, Mr. I Ort.t.eil.e.. ____.tumt. _
.n. years mill :.Mrs. 111..1. M.y I. IDM. ._ __.._. 1088.9S
Told by Our Exchanges. by "n'Rlr18tll' for over 40 Tears.' ago roamed this section of what is !! W. H. Harrell. II.tmpln| | liulnii mouth _.... ..... i4ti.aH
,, I if. J. (:henell 4k Co.. Tol.do. Ohio. now Florida, unearthed by drainage .. ..
llnl Juno I I. 1 U-T. .. 2803.51
: --, operations. in the Fort fierce Farms Saturday afternoon.ItUriNritKASQ.
Pllldll' Cued
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kgtslatule' commended for I Hill. 'ay I. .
:1'j was appropriating drainage district, have been forward l-i.'S 7.16
1. Jacksonville Duvul county's increase cummoclnte a greater number of engtnui $lt: ::0,000 of state funds i'',I by the Phelpe-iIendrickeon com ;; IN HLIL1MM. MUhuracnwnt It, ?'''i'U| iliirinn during month month.. ... .......-........

. ">.j in tax! assessments for 1025: for the Orlando division Four to be loaned to counties in !sums! of' II..d of this city to Prof. R. S. Lull, State IVrmlta Jump 119!) Per Cent Inlay' .MH!. Juno. I. IH..V ....... 7,14

]';/i t; over 1024 is one and one-half million additional tracks are to be laid Yo $:!OOoo at ;3 i per cent interest for the J the Peabody Museum of Yale col- I \ Hill. M.y I. 1 IV2S Utetnee.fend. 77.14//

Y:[ dollars, giving the county a total of the shop section, each capable of aclommodating rssistance of rural schools. Amongthe lego, New Haven Conn., world famous Kccolptii iliirlnK munch .---_

,.1.j;: "i-sixty-seven- and one-half millions,, the 100 curs major subjects discussed was the | geologist and authority on pre Building i.ontriift'i in Florida during |lMin"-menU.liui,. ..Inn.I.I I. UUft during____month.___.. .......... 'IT."

1.ffi. largest of any county__in the state. t best mi-thuds>' of getting competent historic animals. The great size of May HiiiiHintiMl to $J<.),5.r>i,30n, nc- Wlda. r.".... Plean

4* S Live Oak-The melon crop is beginning teachers at the low salary rate. | the fossils' indicated that the animal i iI cordln,' to the P.V.. Hoditu Corpora iiiii. t i. iii.-s .- no.lt
I Sarasota-By avora-re! majority to Knroii'U" .liiiina' month, _-. ..__..... 1411.'"
'j j'iS'cf:; 14 to 1, the people of this county move out of this county Jacksonville Another I j was of mammoth proportions and i tion. This was an increase of 119 per Diabunu'iwnu during month .......
"M i' voted rapl ly. From this center 10 cars have huge acre I quite the superior of anything now cent over April anti of 150 per rent Hal.., .inn. ,' i. 'HI.T, ... STo.ti
: a county bond I issue of $2,527- been age deal was consumatcd in Jacksonville *if<.ulli>r.l rand
i000., ) The money is to be expended in shipped in the last few days. I known. The fossils consisted, l of a over !Mny ll :!4. Total construct!inns Hill Mny I. I 1"., MS
J From $400 to $000 net is received per when the Columbia Farm Land tusk that measured six inches in I begin during the lust 'liu months l{, rJpb" itiiriiiit munch -........
building 137 miles of highway and '' car. Most of the corporation of Jacksonville sold 221- '' DlnhtinM'ntcntji iturlnir mnnlh. _.....
,.:.,'' three bridges. About one third of the shipments have gone 000 of land width and some eight or ten inches inlength has niiiountcd' to $7t>,II 1,700 an increase llnl ..luiuI I I. \1"" .', .. 1.11
to New acres Columbia
York. It is said by those in and of 87 cent the Jiiiia I. I'US..
""d': 'I vertebra some 11' inches per aver corn-
voted. There I' familar with the business 1 Baker counties to J. S. Blain, also of I Hrndfard Cnvnty.8U .
that !!IpnndlnJpl'I'lo.1 of last
\ the i across>' u great thigh bone and several year.Last .
_, were 37! projects voted > or Florid
upon. t'fospecta!' ,, this city, for a consideration of $2,-
\ were never better than they ( I I big molar-. They worn in good condition month's' record included.! the I h."br prllfy tint tft* for..oln. .l.,.....fit
'I"I I I are this season, and the 000,000. The deal was negotiated by following ., U.. anil, ..
: I peak of the and it is believed that Prof. important item : $I.1: >'IlI.-) r.r.IDta rftftbunnimviite th*
,| movement will It, A. Li'aviUicepresident of the All I unite. of animal Couvty tar the Month nl
". not be reached IIMI or -17 rent of all
Lull will be able construction ,
to them per ,
. / 'I identify \I. I": .
450,000 to build hotel I 1 n\ ; I IH tin and 4'orroctihl to the
u community> next week or later. It U. also Florida Realty Company, 223 WestKor.syth for residcnta! .......,. ,
said awl tf
y? that j I and give' thp information on theiri !! buildings; $IS,713,00(1m' ( my lutowUtliii' and ;
\1': has resulted in of .
raising 1427,700 the street. [It U I
i yield per acre is good. I said that the :125 cent for U. W. AL4HCRVAN.
.: i long-ago possessor!! per public work nnd (8RAI.I: G.nrl
and it ha,* been decided to construct!! I land is onsidcrvd good general farmland CVrk Circuit ,
',': the I I ---- utilities; $S,84llOO: or, 1 1:1!) pur cent Ur ('. A. KHIOlir,
); hostelry without selling bonds. It Jacksonville. adaptable both for cultivation Owmt Clark.I '. !
The fur
funeral of Fred l hR.1UF'OItDf 011111I1'1111" buildiiiKx; $1,717,500), J
i''t't is believed the amount lacking will be 'L. Chitty Macpherson of t farm produce and for stock raining/ I : U 1- $
subscribed wood cutter or 'per rent, fur social and recreational j :NOTICK: OK OliAltni.VS HALE
before the beginning of killed Saturday night The tract lies thirty miles west u 1 Bradford June lt>.-Mrs. Loy J ,r I '
5 the by u freight projects and I $1, N:!. ors percent -
,:I, project. I train while walking on the truck near Jacksonville and extends to within Johns!! and children of Pine Hill, were for industrial buildings I ''Iliuly" tiny, nftcr: :dad, nirrol I will apply ''
'live miles of Lake I t., the| llonorlililf IIH; .. A. Mnttox City. _
the of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hur-
Crossing ,, guests
held I ,
'V Tnllnlmssec-Requests for information was from the of llrmlfortl' ",UIfI,(,. Floriilil. on to*
.;., i funeral parlors of Marcus C'onant. Macclcnn ell Sunday.Misxt's 'IIII"tonTract of land opposite H ,I. tho 2 concerning surveys of Florida i Chitty had gone to Lake >-Sheriff Joe Jones, of Lois and Toledo. Galley, of high school) to be subdiv bled and placed .i'"l.iek. a. in nt hU ulTIci' at the rourthouno In
.; land have grown to such an extent Butler Saturday : Baker county, stated that no arrests ,I till' town .of Slnihc.' llrn.lforJ. county Plurlila. "
that morning and on the return left had been made for Brooker, were Isitors here SUlldll)'. on market. I ii i,,,' nn Onl.'r to cell!! at private MM' a on..
Commissioner of Agriculture the kilting of ...
j the fourth iinilltliliil Inii'rmt. of Chnrloi PmnoM
train J "
at Mattox Mrs C Crews and Miss Lucilcllurrel
'' Mayo has had installed in the Field |m Junction, where Jesse Burch aged 23, Saturday nightabout ---'C EKK'B I "poRT--- Hunt, minor heir uf Prank Nicks, dxaaud.
i he walked down the were visitors" to Alachua Sat- FINANCIAL In and I the ,
Notes Division of his department a' tracks toward I 10 miles from Sanderson. The drAmmtNi ruNuaMonllilf or COUNT wftt lu following doiorlbwl laaib to-

photostat machine to photograph' Mill'Pherson. Me failed to see the ap- official stated that the companions of urduy uftcrnoon. Kiul: Thrne-fourih. of Rant-hnlf of Soulh- t
caching freight train Bill Com-rb of Starke, spent the .. rtnutnUI of .\ which killed Burch who utomint fut uuniUr' Town.hlp 7. RanM it
Jiotes plates other were with him fishing :
and records for : ;
him almost instantly. on a week-end with his parents, Mr. and ( I.in "" month of Mir, 1928. Tw. IH> +Cnanirl Inmh *ltu U and lying Tn '
which there Is great demand. trip said some man shot the dead i <*vnrrnl' rand Hriuir.'r.l FlotWit.
I man from behind Mrs. Allen Conerly. I Hut. Slur I. ll1 ____. _._ __ 1l2! .Ofl 'Mil. Huh day of Juno IlliO.
Fort Pierce-Work in Fort some hushes and I \ ,, ., .._ d ,
Key Pierco's Bob lliooker) of Wiildo spent thiweekend > ,IlllVipl" clllllllu Ml.Hill 24t&2IH.I.un.1 < WC. HUNT.
West-Preparations were beIng hro-mlllion dollar ran off. They were unable to give a IH.ule iliiniiK' "inoiilli -. 9r>H 111Kin. tiunnl'nn. ', for Charles Frnncli Hunt Minor.e I (
made here by the United States program is municipal improvement description of the man who tired the ) with his parents, Mr. and and KorMlur rund -t:' SI-T-I :.
expected to let in ,
Coast Guard to break up rum !smuggling full !swing! in the near future IIc'or.lIng g'un', they said The "shooting took -. .- -. ----
between Cuba and Florida. Tipped to place near the home of Eddie Comb .
an announcement made ;, j i -
off that the rum fleet, driven from officials. The by city about 38 miles from Jacksonville. The ', +" THI5TENHEvbeE' FvOWTlO. :i'-'n"I\: '_ IH, .T
projects will
New York and northern water by the and modern include anew I h hack of Bui'ch's head was !shot! sally FOLKS HAS CEQTA.HL.-I:

government's war, is headed this way pacing of nil city sewer streets system, the by n loud of buckshot. l CAU&EO o> LOT or PtQouss>irV. ))1 .1 1 4I
n new i
to ply between Cuba and this '
state in
ter ," PAPRK'S ACE rout. OF IT .
its illicit trade supply and power !system! con Lakeland Officer; ;: IN OUR
two more ('hosenw..re crete bridges George C. Duncan $Or4F F@LLflP:' :: DOWN THERE r '
and viaducts
ndded to the fleet in the city of the local force
collecting here. and ninny others. Work has police was sti'- :,A'-I5 "MAN COMC& FROM: TH'MOMKtV
been pro pealed Chief
by J. 1. IVrr.Miianpending
Tallahassee gressing. slowly in the but i is WAL-I DON'TKNOW
-More than four hun an investigation 1 II.\' the city .
Bred of the leading home demonstration fast gaining headway now. commissioners of a light Saturday !; t'D HAFTA BE r(4 rr I

: girls. of Florida began a one Live Oak-E. A. Burdick ni-rht between Duncan and 1.. "'. It'sQuestion: CONvlNCBDnesr' x lid) : ? t
poultry- _
week'short course of Intensive train. man and farmer residing four miles Bloom, morning newspaper publisher A f rL2 j
) nig and contests at the Florida State north of here at Rixford, brought in here. Duncan is said to have hit '
i College for Women. They / liloom four times t::: '::- .
represent town what is thought/ to be the necessitating!! four ''b rAt25 1j
r;: by fur the largest class ever to take largest/ melon ever raised in thin stitches. The trouble, Duncan said, t I \:., NEOItF.

; the short course and still others part of the country. The melon is of wa the outgrowth of charges alleged ? c

J would have enrolled had there been the variety known as the "Florida to have been circulated by Bloom By _-...... I I. .
accommodations for them. to the effect' that
Favorite. It Duncan was in
't tips the scale at a roan.) L: :
,3 Pensacola-The-hog cholera drive sixty-seven pounds with a few ounces The commission with !some! buutlegirors. I EdwardMcCulIough :.

in this tee tion of the state has resulted for good measure and Is!! 20 and 1-2 ease for lighting was called in / "
in bringing the disease entirely niche in length and UK inches in cir city court, but Bloom failed to ap ::: j'l"S t'' 1e"' ..
cumference. pent It wax indicated he will prosecute ,
according to E. L. the officer the AUTOCASTtR a
in court' 1
Reed state vcterianarin, who said Avon Park-Plans for the construe _
that a total of 07,000 head had been tion of a modern Key West-A !link in the overseas
plant i
newspaper in
inoculated with the preventative serum keeping with the development highway between Key West and the :'-<'" '

thus fur. The work will continue, under way in the Twin program Florida mainland will be opened in t. .. WAV. I'M
Cities -
he .said, until every trace has been have been announced by the Avon Jul)','when the bridge between Stock .- ? NOTANYTHIW'SAYIH'

wiped out. Printing Company, publishers of the Island and Bocaochica Key will bo \ .. eurJ'MA

Dade Highlands. County Pilot. The estimated thrown open to public use. The road I .
it-llrs.: O. S. Hewlett f
cost of the ) is already open from Key Wi-t to
was killed, her infant child building is $2.>,000. A i, Stock Island. TNINKIN
special meeting This new bridge will
badly burned, and her husband of the directors has
another been called for Monday afternoon complete the !section! of the road from 1
man and three boys seriously to i
injured when two Ford trucks name the building committee and to'I' Key West to the upper end of Hocaihicn i I,
discuss details and Key, a distance of 12 miles.' All
without lights it is any ad-I I i
claimed, col
forces will
I ditional plans county then be transferred
lided on the National recommendations I -
highway near I that to the north end I \
the :Mills farm may be offered. I| and the Dixie
.. a short distance across Highway will be completed from the '
the llernanrlo county line about 0 New I ,
o'clock Sm'rna-A number of tarpon t mainland in Dade county to the lower I .
Vero Sunday night. Both trucks weighing from 75 to 1BO/ pounds have I end of Key Largo, a distance of more \

completely wrecked. been caught here recently. Large than 30 miles This will complete j p' P
numbers of the big fish about one-third of 'I Q.
Jackonvlllc-The body of a white game are run- over-sea highway ---
man believed a victim of foul play, Ming, in the ocean just!! off the inlet I. this year I IDaytona I "' -
three miles north of .
was taken from the St. John's river city, thereby
arousing great -Establishing what is I be-- I _
here enthusiasm
mid 1 j
nn unconfirmed among "
Identification ''Ii.\i to he :. :
the '
local a national
fishermen. record (
has peen D. J. Elwood, of nr'' J l ___
made that the t .A.wtI'J .
is .
man .
cities .
of less .
Robert II iltlit'h.'essel watchman Omaha Neb., who is now in business I 250,000 inhabitant' "/0, -c,....
here, caught the largest the Daytona Chamber of (:alltlm'rr.concluded ".
missing tarpon here
since Wednesday, June 17
The bodywas discovered by G. C. this season, weighing 1,>0 pounds. I drive with approximately a live day membership I -

Shields, first engineer of the Clyde Jacksonville! -Lightning, they say 'l)lijj,000( for advertising 0,000, members mid-

line river steamer Osceola, who with never strikes!! the same place twice promotion work and with still more

two negroes/ recovered it. I but a tree in Jacksonville proved an reports to be made, this unprecedented

l\Uami-l'elteration that tho Sea- exception to the rule. Several months record was made on u population FOR SALE

board Air Line Railway has not decided ago the, according to persons residing in of I.;>,000, including residents of i

upon running a line into Miami neighborhood, a holt of lightning Daytona Daytona Beach, :Scaliree/i'; ,'

wo made here by W. L. Stanley, vice- struck a big chinaberry tree knocking and Ormond, and when all reports an, ....
several I of its limbs off. in more than third .
president of the railroad company, Recently un- one of the, n, "
\ upon his arrival here from Atlanta. other bolt split the tree's trunk. No dents. of what Is known as the Hali,

f Inn statement was made to refute serious damage was reported from the fax Country of Florida, indudinu-i

that the Seaboard, had complet reports ';I thp brief fall but was hectic 1.25 thunder-rain storm I children trade will be represented III the. 100 Residence and Business Lots 50x110 in Liv-

ed plans for passenger and freight I inches I body
terminals and that the line into Mia I Washington The JacksonvilleSomewhere & Co. add. Starke
Jacksonville .
mi would be in operation by 1026. Terminal Company applied for authority I here and New Orleans there comes between.1 ingston, Truby to near depot

New Sm'rna-L. II. Ellis and L. D. to issue $400,000 of its re 'rimlnal-a criminal who is return

Rouchellc have sold a 73 foot lot on funding bonds. The and extension mortgage ing on his own volition to the htiu and city park and some facing Kingsley road.For .

the south side of Canal I street near proceedings from their prison farm at Raiford from which ho

the Florida East, Coast railroad to sale will be used in nrquirinir land escaped! more than a year ago At

nn unnamed, purchaser for 37500. It tracks.for the The construction of five additional least that is the word which has beenpassed 30 days from June 26tt1,1 1 offer these lots at $150 inside
Florida ,
Il'eportl',1 a chain of five and ten East: Coast Rail along to .J. S. Witch, farm snpenntendent .

cent stores will open business on the road for asked the Interstate Commission by New Orleans ufnciul. lots and $200 corner lots. One-fifth cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
plot Following thi.sale Messrs. I authority to issue 'I I.1.10-; The man is William Salter and
Ellis and Bouchellc purchased, a pieceof certificates.000 of 44 per cent 1 equipment trust recentlywas arrested in New Or months at 8 per cent. My policy is to sell at bargain price and

property on the opposite side of sale will he The proceeds from their I leans on n vagrnncy charge. "I'm on terms to give the buyer advantage of increased values.
the -trcet. used/ in the purchase of my way back to tho Florida) prnon so as

: 21 locomotives 13 passenger and other farm now," Salter is quoted as saying -

Wildwood-Work has begun on increased I rolling stock.Tallahassee "and hope to be there soon." O-i
terminal this, New Orleans This is Starke Real Estate
facilities and repair officials!! release I your opportunity.
shops, which bids fair to make Investigation of the him. Salter went to Mexico 'horth
of Wildwoocl a rail center In the shooting of II. U. Norris and Alfred after his find
state escape a little later war>
i for the Seaboard Air Line r. llway. Kirby, two white prisoners>' during arrested for the murder of a Mexican. values are rapidly increasing.
recent jail break
Excavation, Is being from the prison at He also
made in the near escaped the prison there and! "
vicinity for the establishment of the will be conducted under the returned to the United States. 33L

shops and a large roundhouse to ac- tatc personal prison supervision chief. Mr.of Dixon B. n.was Dixon or I Pensacola An;'" innocent in HI. h My main object is to put the deferred payments at interest.:

dered to Marianna on the case. Norris I dropped by a raiding officer, probably I II Either as a speculative investment or a home lot you can make

': was captured] in a wounded condition I will keep the Eleven-Mile creek here
COFFINS & CASKETS mistake. Clear abstract
I and Kirby made good his escape, but free of mosquitoes for some time tromp o '' no
And 1 is thought to have been 'I
a Full Line of wounded. according to opinions expressed -

UnJtrlaktri' Smpplit I Norris from Hllliborough was nerving county a five year for term rob were among conducting officials a raiding Several party officers in the I, Cut this out and keep for reference

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE bery, having been sentenced In February Eleven-Mile creek section. One officer
1924.:! This was his emerged from his
Always on hand. The best rrie I second at hiding place and

:. at the lowest price Spe tempt to escape.FernandinaThe' -. shiners managed while to arrest others one of the alleged Yours for building up our town,

cial attention to telegraph or remained I In
.. Registered Embalmer. elation of County School Suwannee Asso.j hiding. One of the officers, behind a
clump of dry bushes

DeWITT--C. JONES ents plans their met for here the betterment Saturday and of formed schools'in I I' ette and. In threw a few minutes the burning lighted a blaze a mauhaside. cig.ir-had,i COMER I L. PEEK Owner

STARKE FLA J Baker. St.counties Johns which are Duval, shot to the top of a tall dry pine tree ,
Clay Columbia, and kept spreading,
Ptrwannee! rapidly Tin four
and Nassau.
The state alleged!' shiners
were heard !
!taking'_ to .

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---- herly, Misses Ethel Ricks, Beth and FIVE MILE\ |!]i METHODIST I the morning./

Winifred Wunborly, N. T. Green, J. I iI I I Prayer meeting Wednesday, e\'eI .

C. Holmos and 11. C. Wimberly, Jr. Jo'iveW": June 26.Thursday Last Sunday morning tne pastor I ring at 8:00: o'clock.Irs.. W E. Mi 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Blackburn, of June 18th relatives and friends preached on the subject of the different leader.

Ijiwtey, spent Sunday hero with rela- j I gathered at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. religions of the world, especially Members urged to l>present :and, a
ij tives.C. I I B. L. Dukes to celebrate the 83rd mentioning Buddhism, MohammedanIsm 'cordial welcome extended tu'i il"r',
1/aataty B. Prossley, of Atlanta, andP. I i birthday anniversary of her father, nnd Confuscianlsm, and comparing
Parker, of Palmetto, Ga., arrived Mr. W. H. Dowling. The hours were them with the Christian religion. I _
Tuesday and will be with the Me- whiled away with social conversation Next Sunday morning the subject of A TONIC
--.. -- Douiuld Construction Company here. I and music. Those present from a distance his discourse will be "Why I am a
chill Tonic
,. 2U! Illlll I 10!) -- ---- were Mr. and Mrs. Tucker Methodist." All members of the drove's Tasteless restoresEnergy
LAWTEY I and Vitality by Purifying and
church urged to be present. There I
fowling and sons, Leon and Ressie,
I it '
will also be preaching in the evening/ Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
I of Miami, Mr. and Mrs Marion
,,, strides i Lawtey, June Representative I Dowlinpr of Lake Butler, James and at 8.00: o'clock. strengthening invigorating effect sea how
aiiil The ,
FRIUAl Af"1'LLC.OONBRIDGE : ; ; pclililc" Hltll! vast E. 1\[. Johns, of Sturke, was transact I it brings color to the cheeks and how
Clinton Ward of Mrs.J. school at 10:00 o'clock in
and mcrca of tho florist business Worthington, Sunday :
: (1-t ItMrx. business in Lawtey Saturday.Miss
will then
and tho increase demand for flowering W. Williams, of Jacksonville. After "" -inn i i I B. |lit improves the appetite you

G. M Inrntiii' was/ hostess to nuni.ssus bulbs in the homes !; Arthurine Blanchard returned I'' the bountiful dinner iced lemonade Habitual:: Constipation Cured i appreciate its true tonic value

the Friday Afternoon! Bridge! Club point out a most promising future for homo Saturday: Irma Jacksonville, anti melons were served. At a late in 14 to :21 l ltaYI I I Grove's Tasteless chill Tunic is simply.
entertained her "LAX-FOS Wl'I'll PEPSIN" is a specially- 1 Iron end Quinine suspended in So
and charmingly Florida growers j where she spent several weeks with hour the guests departed wishing the syrup.
guests lit her" hnnu, the living room While Mr. Feller Is here in ron relatives. honoree many happy returns of the prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for i l.ibilua' pleasant even children l.ke it. The biuod
of Constipation. It relieves promptly and needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
decorated with a quantity
being ncction with his firm's bulb interests ,; should be taken regularly for 11 to 21 I days
daisies anti .largo zinnias. in South Jacksonville, which while SheriffV.. J. Epperson and\ Deputy ,, day.Mrs.. P. Dekle has as her guests to Induce regular! action. ItStlmul.it-, :iml. Enrich it. Destroys Malarial terms and
,,e \b! Prlznt wore awarded to those holding l'r l- being a considerable producing unit W. W. Bamden, of Sturke: were business I thin week Russell, Claude and Ellna Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. l.Uc Grip g
high und low scores, and later !ni| docs not begin to supply the vast demands visitors hero Friday. Vurnes, of Jacksonville.Mr. oer bottle
k the evening lemon sherbet und cake of the American market For { I : and !Mrs. M. P. Dekle visited
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill motored to .
} were served I tho purpose of economical production I her parents, Mr. and IIIrl.V.. D. .
Among the guests were Mesdames i and efficient: marketing he is preparing Gainesville Friday afternoon. Dukes, at Miller Thursday! and Friday -

N. Sternheoc, N. V. Wainwright, J. L. to encourage tho j Arthur Crime returned to Tampa of last week.

Peek, A. Z. Adkins, Herbert C. Hitch, here for a bulb producing center Wednesday, after spending 10 days )I Orin Dekle spent Sunday in Jacksonville -

I' Kisses Mublc Weller, Sara Mal pas among other growers and interesting'' hero with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. guest of his aunt, Mrs. C. L. Scott'sSubdivision
;, and Alloon Alvarez. I parties. | Varnes.
II Enoch Grims. His sister, Miss Pearl,
I I"I I accompanied' him and will be his !Mr. and Mrs. Morgan of Brooker,
: 201H ci"-i i1-IJUIIHIE CLUB RIG INCREASE IN 11UILDI.NG !guest a few days. I were guests of T. J. Dukes Sunday. "

1 I Mrs. B. I. Blume and Miss Joseph-
''i Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Inman enter I Building contracts in Florida during !Mrs. R. M. Tracey, of Orlando, and Ine Blume, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle
\<: tained tho 20th Century Bridge Club May amounted to $2,559iOO! : according Miss Mary Williams, of Jacksonville, : were guests of Mr. and :Mrs. P. P.
Thursday evening at their pleasant I to the P. VV. Dodge Corporation were visitors here Saturday.Mr. Dekle Sunday.Mrs. .

home on Pine street. This was an increase of 119 per i I Josie Stewart accompanied
After several ruhbers of bridge the I cent over April and of 130:; per cent I: and l\Irl.7 A. Knight and I by the children of T. J. Dukes, were
hostess presented a" first prize a box over May 1921. Total constructions Mrs. James Shepard, of Starke, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard

of stationery, and to J. J. Truby, whop begin during the last five months visitors here Sunday. Dukes Sunday. i

also made high, nn elegant tie. Mrs.' has amounted to $79,111,700, an in- L. A. Mnrr came home from, Olds- Mesdames Cox and Leverett, of Beautiful Subdivision Now Open
N. Sternberg and F. F. Stump made crcuso of 87 per cent over the corresponding mar and spent Sunday with his family. Worthington, were visitors here Friday ,
low, while the guest prizes were Jfiv- : period of last year. and called on !Mrs. Lillian Dekle. ;
en to Mrs. Vivian Sunders and C. F. [' Last month's record included the Walter Brooks, of Midway, was
Hoover, Mrs. Sunders receiving a' following important items: $13,830- Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill moved Monday here on business Friday. j

lathing cap and Mr. Hoover a hand- :, 100 or 47 per cent of all constructionfor to their summer cottage at I Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Dukes, Paul

kerchief. Orange sherbet and cake( rosidentui buildings; ; $0,715,000, Kingsley, where they will spent the Dukes and Cecil Douglass visited Mr. !

were served as refreshments. | or 25 per cent for public works and summer months and Mrs. M. P. Dekle last week. Choice Building Lots

Tho guests ennyinn the evening utilities; $8,841,300, or 13 per cent, Mr. and. Mrs. VV. W. Kerce were
were: Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. for commercial Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a i
buildings; $1,747,500, guests of !MT. and Mrs. J. M. Mott'Fridnv. '
and Mrs N. Stornbvrff, Mr. and Mrs. 'i' or 0\ per cent, for uncial and recreational profess lonal visitor here Monday.J. Restricted Residential Section

E. L. BlgKH, J. J. Truby, Miss !MnbleWeller projects, and $1,582, or I 5 percent Louis Brown: i Waycross, Ga., I J. J. Ulnckvvi'lder and son were here|

!Mra. Vivian Mr.Sunders and l Mrs., Mr.\ Iler-and ,, for industrial buildings. was the guest of relatives here Thurs on n fishing! trip Friday. ,I One block from hard road, three
Airs C. F. Hoover,
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Bobbie Purrinh and sister
I day and Friday. Miss
Bert C. Hitch. j j I 1IIr.IIL\NIJ Gertrude, called on Mr. and !Mrs M. blocks from
i Miss Dorothy Tracey, of Orlando P. Dekle !Monday.
FLOKIDA MAY TAKE LEADIN < Highland, June; 20.:-Ola Sanders, spent last week here at the home of Mr. and !Mrs. J.. !M. !Mott visited her

IIULI1 GROWING of Madison, was a visitor here Wed I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede. I parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas, !R: Next door to High School Building N
Embargo on Narcissus;; Seen As : nesday. George F. Young was transacting !Sunday;; I
for State. I T. K. Engebresten returned to his Mrs. J. VV. Williams and grandmother Four five
Great Opportunity business In Jac Wednesday.. or large trees on
I IIr. pecan
I home at Stuart Sunday after a few :Mrs. Faireloth, were guestsof I
days visit here with Mr. and Mrs. E. \ Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle
The embargo, which the United : and Mrs. VV. E. Davis, Sr., and one day'
Wilkinson.The\ Mr. ntid Mrs. lust week. each lot
'1 States Department of Agriculture' W. E. Davie, Jr.,
McUougald! Construction Company Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Fri-I ,
has declared against the Importation I ---- ------
of narcissus bulbs has forced one of of Atlanta, arrived Thursday day. Lake Worth-Towler building being -
the leading bulb and Importers I and are making camp here prepara- thoroughly remodeled.
/ growers W. E. Torode
was transacting
tory to putting in a double track for I
of Holland and France to seek '
the Seaboard and cutting a grade business in Jacksonville Thursday. Bunnell-Bunnell; Bottling Works ]'
for tho
new sources of supply great I'
American market, which consumes i through Highland Hill they have a Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Starke, increasing! capacity of plant. All the askedSee
large force of men and will be camped Bargains at prices
more than $10,000,000 worth of these here for about six months.J. motored to Lawtey Monday afternoon SEABOARD TIME: TABLEIn i
s' bulbs annually. | .
This situation in the bulb industry C. Holmes, of Atlanta, arrived I
brings William Feller to Jacksonville. I Thursday, for indefinite stay. Fonso Crime returned home Sun- ( effect !May 10, 1925.)

Ills firm is the I,'. Itynveld & Son, Edward Engebresten:: of Stuart, day from Miami where he has been I No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives -.
bulb und importers of Amen arrived Tuesday to make his home spending a few weeks. at Starke 11:14 p. m. I
en, Holland und France Mr. Feller is with, his grandparents! and !Mrs.E. Mrs. Tom Gilchrist and children, I I No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives ... ...
::. Wilkinson. at Starke 5:23 ,
here to expand further the operations : a. m.
of Brunswick Ga. at the ,
are guests
$ of the firm's South Jacksonville farm' IIIHsInry! Johns went to Lawtey Mrs.i i i No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa ar-
home of her Mr. and
the Southoli Bulb Company. This Mini.lay for a viwit with relatives. parents, rives at Starke 11.02 a. m.
'':' bulb farm was established here after I K.:. It. Eddies, of Gainesville, was a Biggs. No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives F. A. SCOTT

careful: exporimentis to determine tho business visitor hero Thursday Mrs. Jeff Pro\att and children are i j 1 at Starke 4:20: p. m.
most suitable uputiun of the countryfor t'( M. Click und C. H. Holcomb, of visiting relatives In Campvllle this;1 No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville

growing narcissus bulbs. Jacksonville, were transacting business week. I arrives at Starke 0:00 a. m. I STARKE FLORIDA
hero Friday. I No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key ,
Mr. Feller stated that his firm began 11.,1 I 1
experiments to determine the Rev L. A. ;Motley, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill and L. arrives at Starke 6-00: p. m. .

most suitable Ideation fur the production held l services at tho Baptist church Jr., motored to Jacksonville Sunday No. 101 Starke to VVannfo leaves !S '2S 2.'i2' .
of bulbs iind after finding Florida Sunday morning ami Sunday night.J. afternoon. Starke 7:40 a. m.
E. Bennett left Monday for Miami (Dally except Sunday)
'p ideal they established the Southern -
Mrs W. II. Biggs and Mrs. Tom
Bulb Company' here, which after where he has secured a position. Gilchrist No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrives ;
I practical demonstrations In the past Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, of in Sturke.spent Tuesday with relatives at Starke 3:15: p. m.

throe years warrants further developments -' \Valdo, spent the week-end here with (Dally except Sunday) WE ARE NOW GIVING

Mr. Toller says that this sec- relatives. C. F. Hoover, of Starke, was In No. 7. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg ''
tlon of T'; ndn'-oi ,' 'II to becoir.- tho II. C. WimberlY Jr., motored/ to town on business Monday. (Orange Blossom! Special) due Profit THRIFT BONDS i
'cc bulb center ut America. Waldo Monday.Mrs. nt Stnrkp 2:16: p. m. Sharing
,3 Department of agriculture figures H. C. Wimberly and Miss I'uul und Homer Miller, of Jacksonville No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm

show that bulb ,apart. ii.to the Ethel Ricks were visitors to Sturkc I arc spending a few days Bench arrives! at Starke 10:15: a. m.,
United States have had a steady Increase Monday.R. here with their grandmother, Mrs. stops for passengers for points between FREE 1
from l,0i2,018: narcissus L. Black, of Gainesville, was a Sallie Reddish. Coleman nnd West Palm Beach 1

bulbs Imported in 1920, to 77.1U3.281 visitor here Saturday.Miss Revival services are being conducted No. 104 West Palm Bench to Jacksonville
In 1023 and D2Cr in
the church With Every 25c Purchase In Our Store
at Baptist this week by arrives at Starko 6:17 p. m., I
f of these bulbs are used by commercial Thi'ilp' of Lawtey, visited friends here I
the pastor, Rev. R. D. Bevis, assisted stops' for Jacksonville and beyondpassengers. ,
florists In the North fur forcing under Monday.
by Rev. Hicks, of Waldo. .
glass and greater quantities are Visitors to Kingsley lake from here I These l bonds are redeemable In Oneida Community Tudor Plate Silver
consumed annually in the homos !Sunday= were Mr. und Mrs. VV. M. Misses Eldridge Reddish and Cora T. J. GRIFFIN, ware. The redemption list.. III prove how valuable these! bonds are. '

where they are flowered readily in imbcrly., Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wlm- Mohley and George W. :Mobley and Agent. It will demonstrate the fact that this profit-sharing System is unquestionably '1
'f II. V. Skipper, Jr., of Jacksonville, I the final liberal and the most aati..factoryd'ertlsinl( 'I
flan' of this nature ever devised. Examine the redemption list, contained
zs2s asesszsz2s zs z szs szsu- were visitors here Sunday. I I 666 in the 'thrift ( .itnlomie.\ showing the different pieces of Silverware
Sunday afternoon-in L. II. hill's'I and the number of bonds ,roll will need to obtain each piece: it
..lIIlntpr.t, UU., You can save to match jour old set or >ou can starta
,pasture when Hardy Taylor and family U a prescription for new tot of a pattern and build to it. Remember every piece of

: I Ii and Will Hargroves and family i I Malaria, Chills and Fever ONK1DA: COMMUNITY:: S1LVEKWAKE: carries an absolute replacement -
SALE amid
several visiting children were j I Dengue/ or Bilious FeverIt guarantee
passing through the pasture theyrune kllli the .rm..

, upon two bulls fighting, one be-1 -_
inn considerably larger than the oth : WHAT WE OFFER
of Summer Hats I er. :Mr. Hargrove interfered with .II....>......."._t.i>+**!* r*e

a:, them which provoked the smaller one HOBO KIDNEY AND/ BLADDER Highest quality, merchandise. If quality counts, if price is
: into madness and he lowered. his head i
I REMEDYis a factor, and if courtesy i U desirable .
:{J picking up the little 6 year old Lowest prices, most courteous
t ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey you hale three strong

Horse-hair braids and soft I with his. horns and dl\Ugh.1 giving; relief in very serious cases treatment and the Profit Sharing reasons for trading with in ;
lovely straws t'eral yards, jarring her badly In nil over the South. Mr. P. N. Wilsonof p for our three watchwords will

the lower part of her stomach. Dr.I I Klnston N. C., writes that he had Thrift Donds. be:

:-white and colors---formerly priced up Brown was immediately called, and very serious pains in the back and 'IHE BEST GOonS-TilE RIGHT; 1'1UC'E-TJlE
did \\hot he could for her and at I RIGHT SERVICE
.side and a little later his eyes became
this writing she is resting easy. -
to $12.75 I weak, ached, throtea and hurt and Your friends and relatives
The shipping activities on the depot advised to glasses
I finally was wear can help you save Thrift
platform for the past two weeks also to see a physician which he did Save t theBONDS liomls too. The plan i l't very Save theBONDS
have outrivaled the busiest. strawberry I
i Friday and Saturday $4.95 season ever seen in Lawtey. Last i i and after he had taken several kindsof Mmple. Just save the bonds,
and it won't be weeks
i week 3d( refrigerator cars (11,520 kidney medicines without results! ,
I until you will have that longONEID.t-
crntos) of sweet corn were sent to I one day while looking over a newspaper -

. r Hats all colors the northern markets, besides several i saw Hobo Kldnev and Bladder COM cd-for M L Set NIPY of :
) SiLVEltR'.tRE.
Sport hundreds. of crates by open express j I ) -
to the local markets. The average i. Remedy advertised! decided to try it. .

price paid on the platform was $1.50 lie states after taking one bottle painsin

,' ', $2.95Marguerite's per trati' Wires from New York all I his back nnd sides left him and also Inquire at the store concerning the value of many other

the week 'quoted the snlees at $3.25 to I wan able to quit wearing glasses! with- wrappers, labels coupons, secured on articles in every day
*1.00 On
Monday of this week 7 car
I' out bothering him anymore. A use.
'loads. were billed for New York, eves 'I
which with quite a large treatment of Ilobo Kidney and Bladder
meat of other vegetables, \' .onslll'n'l Remedy i i. guaranteed to give results Practice Syitematk Thrift Save Profit Sharing Bonds

Shoppe packages of express were when others fail. Your nL'ighbor-1: Silverware FREE to Customers
Monday. The I
average number of hood druggist .sells it.
ears of corn to the crate from
t oar' irate last week of the White

Pent variety which ,contained only 33 Beaumont Texas The NYAL Store STARKE, FLORIDA'r
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I her parents, ;'t-; d Mrs P. E. Ca- I Ttraoklrn. N. Y OObfr Smith I r St. Petersburg-Survey ; kbe.- J Strawberry plants from Salisbury,

nova writes:-"Some years ago I miuVml gun for new railroad to be construct- Maryland. Leave your order early

.- I from severe nervousness. hrongot on cil I between this city and Valdosta, Ed L. Browne, Rt. A Starke It*

:t} Bits of LOc'alinureinalion I Among the Starke people who are by ache.nelditj, I conld of the digestI atom 1 in.; by W. T. McGowin syndicate. FOR--- -- -SALE- -- ------- -
occupying their cottages this week at I -Large manufacturer
] I I but very little food,- I '
Kingsley Lake arc Mrs. J. M. Brown- I was rai lee and children, Fr. and Tire E. L. weight and l fevllnc i I nveiuio to bo widened to width of 40 someone who will flnish payments
Bigg and son, Leslie, J. II. Ritch and miM'iaWjI I irUi d) 1 I fret and "white way" lights Installed. at $2!!.f,0 tier< week. For full Information

Concerning Our People family, 8. 1... Peek and family. Tutt's Pills and the I .- address Southeastern Office -
Bugintat; and i I first done gore> me 'i Wauchuln Citrus anti vegetable' Box d21 Atlanta, Gu. 6-2U-2t.
Pro gres of the County and Town. '""I\ great> relief I continue Trop. of this district up to and includ- -
I Mrs T. M. Williams\ and daughter, ,i to take thorn as lug: May 15 nets farmers $500,000. WANTED-Wilt pay' rush for. small
:Merrill, returned Thursday from directed! ud am glut! I I property In Starke not to exceed
Jacksonville\ where they were guestsof i| to recommend them I Ja'k "nville--PI1l11S
--- I to all rnyfrtendswbohave undue way for 91,000; some fruit preferred. Also
WEATHER REPORT Mr Barney Fowler. Little Arnold construction of new Chamber of Com country property between 8 and -10
Mrs. James Shepard and children I I OSHU" them with roost gratif/-
I have returned from i Fowler returned home with his grandmother lug results. 'At all druggist merce building at Duval and Julia acres not to exceed ,1\00, some fruit
visit in South
I Weather Report for week ending Florida. a )Mrs. Williams, and will 1 \ Directs t picfcrrod., I >u mill! limit. Description

June 24, 1026. I spend several weeks here. __ I locution anti prico! wanted H.

Date Max. Mil) I Miss --- I II well but lend 1 arsenate does not work I Winter Haven-Thirty-acre tract C. t'ltiMl, Storks, Flu. ((1-20-lt' *
Dorothy Richard and! II. C.
Degrees Degrees Wall of Jacksonville Mrs. W. J. Epperson's Sunday well in this bait. When tho poison ,I Hartridgo: to bo subdivided rind pluc. --------- --
June 18 82 78 spent the week- school) class was entertained Tuesday I and the bran are thoroughly mixed, I, ed on mar keto Ii i iI FOR SALE-MISSONARY STRAW
with Mr.
June 19 91 74 and Mrs. W. L. Wall. I afternoon: by Miss Louise Hayes, moisten with enough water to make I BERRY PLANTS These are the

June 20 87 75 at the home of her parents on West I II it damp but not sloppy, so that it i I Palm City-$109,000 bond Issue Improved variety, strong sturdy
June 21 84 74 Myrtle Strickland, of Kingsley Madison street. After the devotional I can be sowed broadcast and will fall planned for civic Improvements including ulnnts hunt fresh stock from

June 22 86 76 lake, spent the week-end with her sil'tel' and, business meeting, the girls enjoyed ,j In small (hikes on the foliage.! A mixture I electric lights, water and Maryland export, growers, planted
Mrs. E. W. Hayes. I February !tth, rind in prime condition -
June 23 92 74 games and at the close of the of 20 pounds of bran and 5 street paving. >t to give bent results. We are11repare,1

June 24 93 75 Stewing Chickens, Frying Chickens afternoon the hostess served home pounds, of cottonseed meal makes a 1---1 I I! to furnish any desired

Total rainfall for week .76 Inches. delivered at the Square Deal Mar- made cake and ice cream. better mixture than the bran alone. on 2,000-acre !: lllh'sI quantity from 1,000 to 1,000,000
ket. The above amount is enough to treat I plants. II. II. Young, T. 8. Wll-
Mr. and Mrs II. B. Wiggins spent The following persons are spending 5 acres. I tract. Hams, Starke, Fla. 6-12-31.

Friday in Gainesville. I Mrs. N. T. Ritch and little son, N. the week at the Brinnon cottage: I This should be put on in the eve St. Augustine-:Mill Creel road FOR SAI.K:--Opportunity to buy a

T. Jr., left Friday for Atlanta where at Kingsley lake: Miss CelesteChapel ning or early morning so that it will improvement work under way "IIIItarm and
i Cheese and Lunch Meats at Square I, of Sparta, Ga., Miss Mary "II pecan grove: 1115
they will spend several weeks. dry too quickly and will give the I!
1 Deal Market. I Boyer, of Melrose; Miss Thelma caterpillars a longer time to feed upon Palmetto-Trl-City Plumbing Company acres, 2 miles from Starka on gradcd"road ;
I Stuart, of Miami; Miss Thelma Brin- it. to construct office and ware i ; 50 acres In cultivation, 15
Mrs' Z. J. Roberts and son, of Hastings i acres In trees; pecans 250/ 100
)1 Betty McLane, of Cocoa, la the spent the week-end in Starke I i son, Aubrey and Ras Brinson, of Fif- One ran dint his sweet 110tablSwith house building. i bearing; 70 sand, tnOpoaches

) guest of Hazel and Lois Adkinl.I with her parents, Judge and Mrs. I tone; Fred Mrs.Moore J. E.Earl Roberts, of of lend arsenate powder to good I Dradentonf'T.comploted;; for I plume, orange pears, porntmnior.s 't
l.awtey Corpening,
I ; effect, or they can be sprayed with '
Geo. A. Gardiner.Mrs. a 'construction of $00.000 Westminister figs, two varieties of
I' Miss Cora Belle Over-street, of Tampa mixture of 1 pound of l lead! arsenate Presbyterian church. I grapes. and other fruit trees; 400

is visiting friends in Starke. 1\[. E. Edwards and daughter, and the milk obtained by sinking 2 or I I chickens, 2.'. hogs. 11 head cattle,
I Mies Mable, and LeRoy Roan of I hire T. J. Alderman has gone toI 8 pounds of air slaked lime, and 50 Ellenton Waterworks and! sew I one horse, one mule;equipped l with
'I Detroit, Mich, to visit her parents. gallons of water. However, to be installed tit cost of
Fenella Snyder is in Jacksonville Tampa, spent Sunday at Kingsley] sprayingwill er systems necessary! farming Implements;
F. lake ordinarily be found to be more $13,700. I I Oonii buildings and out buildings.
Mrs. L. Emery.
I I A house party from Gainesvillehave expensive than dusting or the poison Apply to owner. Geo. A. Gardiner,
been the I bait Lake City-$50,000 site offered for
occupying cottage recently SU.\H J. R. Watson, entomologistof f
blanks for sale] at the Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. Curley and Le- Stark, Fin. fi-B-tf.
Legal I built by G. C. White and S. L. the Florida Experiment Station. erection of proposed 200-room tourist
office. Roy, of Glasgow, Ky., are guests of Peek, at Kingsley lake. hotel. -
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Mr. and Mrs R. A. Weeks, at Break I
-- Voluiin-Rust mites are gradually!
I Fort I'icrce--Excn\'atlo1l
Dexter Kelly, of Arcadia, was a recent er. Mrs. J. W. Morgan entertained at showing up, but not Increasing rapidly for $500,000 Fort Pierce under 'I 1 N. C. or Florida< Runner Seed 1'('.-

visitor to SUrkc. 1 n snake killing last Monday morning, There appears to be more fruit Farms way ,, fluts $1.00 per bushel (Four cents

i Mrs. L. M. DeSha, who has been I' those present being Mrs. Florence than was hoped for, and it Is growing drainage-project j I per pound) f. o. t>. Lowell Fin.H. .

Mrs. M. I.eviton has returned froma visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Ennis, of Tampa, and Daisy Bailey] rapidly. Some June bloom is showing Plant City-Thlrty-nvo earn of tomatoes T. HALL COMPANY\

trip to Georgia where she visited ,,,: Wm SI ruth, Sr., left Wednesday for Mrs. Chncc wets blackballed from thin. generally. and five cars of other vegetables 1-0-tf. Lowell, Fla.19mC1WCIRIRIin .
relatives. her home in Wildwood. II III affair/ because of and .. .
I I ago general -- -- ---- shipped out of city in threo -----
I debility, while weapons of all kinds I'LORIDVEEKLY: J INDUSTRIAL days. ti. I H( )'I i )nmontit> .; I IC1l5 Y5)r5Je
Limes, Lemons, Celery, Ice Berg Nut Margarine-Better than Butter -1 were much in evidence, No; refreshments REVIEW
Lettuce, Peppers and Watermelons -35 cents per pound at the Square were served. The snake is now I Winter Haven-Three mile thoroughfare

at the Square Deal Market.S. Deal Market. mute, but tells a true story of what' Fort Myers-Tun-story office buildIng to be constructed in Berkeley LandWanted
happens when the "wlmmen folks" to go up I on corner of Broadway Polk county's' newest townsite.Itaines .

T. Dell and children and Virginia Mrs. O. L. Beasley has returned are all iigin you. I and First street. .
haloes Citru.irowors'
Dale, of Gainesville, spent Sunday at turned home after n visit In Tampa I City City i
( Associntlon to build
Kingsley lake. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. WORKING( ] AT K1NGRLEYCEMETERY Ilnrtow-Rookery Plantations received -
I Durden. I JULY !O'rHl I $llH! for first carload of 1025 -:: house hero this Alllmnl'r.rENTAVORD. _

Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Rise and son, watermelons.Lake I
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of Miami, were visitors here this Gary Ennis and sister, Miss MAr- There will be ; working at Kings-
week. garet Ennis, who have been visiting ley cemetery Thursday, July Oth. All Worth-Plans under way for \ I want to l buy tracts of I loridn

their aunt Mrs. J.V.. Morgan, have Interested are asked to rome prepared widening Lake avenue from A street I land l' 2,000 i>r more acred. Will
Misses Virginia Weeks and Harriet returned to their home in Tampa. to spend the day, bringing tools to luke to width of CO feet. I

Ritch are in Cocoa visiting Mrs[ J. E. with which to clean and beautify the Sarasota-$3,257,000 road bond consider any Intel that is abnrlCl1ln.

Wilson. Mrs E. L. Biggs returned Monday grounds. 0-26-21. issue to voted upon June 16. Mull description price -. r

from Jacksonville where she was a PRESBYTERIAN: I
guest at the home of her brother E. St. Augustine-Marine street and \\ III I'KSON ,
Miss Clara Louise Peek is in Jacksonville : pav- l-'OIt\ RFNT-: -July let (Comfortablefour ; I terms to Boxy
visiting her cousin, Miss L. Roberts. Sunday school 10 o'clock a. m. ing work to be completed within 15
Coming of Chri..t--Mo. CMWF VMI days. room homo with bath nml ::1 110, Mason Itnlel, Jacksonville,
Helen Wilson .in Riverside.
sleeping porch. Mrs. J. T. Qnlgley.]
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch, who have/ Preaching 11 o'clock a. m. SubjectThe Starke. I'Inrida.1111t9O011JOOOOtt88DtDWOpnrtrNhut. '
Tampa-Contract to be awarded 5.2(1It'F'OR ( fj
been visiting Mr. and Mrs II. L. Second Coming of Christ.
)Miss Ruth Otwell, of West Palm for addition to Seminole Heights
Bench, was a recent guest of her deter Brownlee, have returned to their home Preaching" 8 o'clock p. m. Subject I school and construction of Plant SAI.H: ttenumo Missionary ( : ) ; x icit
Mrs, J. L. Peek. in DeLand. I, street negro school.
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock .
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mooting this will he followed 1 ,.
Judge A. Z. Adkins left Tuesday I Mrs. Willie Ada Jones and son and prayer I Plant City Knights' >, Station road ,
for a business trip to Sarasota and nephew, Leslie Johns, of Purdy, Va., by choir practice.On to be widened for distance of four)'
the first in ] the
Sunday July miles I J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
Tampn. her l\fr..1
are guests of grandmother, j Communion service will he held nnd I

I Amanda! IIolllnRsworth. I the reception, of members and the I T'nlml'ttfl.-Contrn.t to be awarded

Mrs. Josephine Edwards has re- I buptiiin of children.The for extension of waterworks 1 'Ktpm. ]
home after visit with Wilbur A. Scott who has been hero
in -
choir furnishing good music I I
tives in Jacksonville. re1a'l visiting his parents Mr. rind !Mrs. F.I j nt nil services.A Inverneo --Hurvoy work under way

A. Scott, returned, Sunday evening to cordial' welcome is extended to for extension of Seaboard Air Line j

Charley Shepard, of Waycross, ., I.I.DeLand. nil to attend these services. riiilrund between' this city and BrooksI. I ESTABLISHED 1886 I

spent Sunday here with his parents., I _.-- -- I villo. I
Mr. and Mrs James. Shepard. I IMr Isaac Hague left Sunday for Col- CROCKERBrooker
I I DundeeArrangement., completed STARKE FLA.Nearly .
lore! Park, On. Before returning tO'1
June ( .-MiffPS Lois and fur erection of !Scenic Highlands( hos-
and Mrs W. T. Pincher and Starke he will also visit his wife andehildron
Toledo Gainey were attending to business pital.Cltarwater.
children motored to Jacksonville Monday in Ohio. I
end spent the day. 1 1f j II I in Starke Tuesday. ==='
Ten-family apartment -- -
I jI R. A. Weeks was attending to business -
f I I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mr. and In Starke Monday. to be erected! on Park street. -

Western Beef, Native Beef and Mrs. Coleman and Miss Pauline Lib- Mr. and Mrs J. J. Morgan spent ,
Lamb at Square Deal Market. I II hv, of Cocoa, spent the week-end at Dukes. Snfi'ty, lIorhnrI1ROOO bond Is- I
Sunday at
I : MK' voted for civic' improvements\ I 1
Kingsley lake at the Weekx' cottage. ,
Mr. and Mrs B. T. Crosby and
blanks for sale at the Telegraph .. I t I
children of Sarasotn the .
are guests f'lirmontl)2"!) ; citrus fruit pro- Y ,
office. I Legal blanks for sale] at the Telegraph of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. duttion. in thu territory estimated at a1- "

office.I Mr. and Mrs. Eldon: Baxter, of.. J I..O/IOO; lioxt*, I 1: ;
Mr. W. L. Edward, of Jacksonville I '
,I .1.11 11 11 i Plant City, nru the guests of his parent r;
\ spent Tuesday with her parents, Orders. called for and delivered Mr. and Mr. J. D. Baxter. I I .. ,
Mr. and Mrs William Struth, Sr. I ].. sick list .. ,
I Wednesday and Friday at Kingsley |I Mr. R. Waters Is on the
I lake. Proprietors of Square Deal this week. The New BeadConstruction : wit"J
A. M. Darby and family have gone :Market, W. J. Brinson, J. W. Shaw Mr\ and Mrs W. !Moore, of Jacksonville : ... ,,
to Kingsley lake for the summer I wore the quests of relatives! I .
I ;.: ,.,; ..
months. :. ..
j I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs and three here last week. --

sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edenneldlof I C. W. Huron is attending to bii-i- I I' r I.J.I'I._'" -1oo.
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carrodine, of Jacksonville, spent the week-end i ness In Avon Park.SWEET' I .. f

Lawtey,morning.were visitors to Starke Wednesday at Kingsley lake at the Adkins cot- ,' porTio'c ATKH PILL.\u Does It--- M.J t J"---

tage. |
Ari'EARS : I i

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent several I CONTROL wmi POISON\ 11.\IT I Two Hundred Years Ago
Mrs. W. H. Bigirs, of Lawtey, wasa The new Kellv Tire has a
] days this week at their Kingsleylake guest Tuesday at the home of her ,I The sweet potato caterpillar, Pro-1 real non-skid, trend. So I

cottage. IMr I son, Dr. E. I.. Bigns. !Mrs. Gilchrist | demin nrmthogalli' has appeared In I I quiet it clm'sn't: even purr.

of Brunswick, Ga., also spent the destructive numbers in some so-tionx So tough and rugged, the I
Franklin his
and Mrs. Flournoy Philips, of first of the week with Dr. and Mrs. E.I I of the state. This insect usually an- new Kelly will oul-mileage; J' Benjamin bcgan;to save pennies.

Tallahassee] were recent guests of L. Biggs.Mrs. pears in July or August. here and : any tire we have; ever I The business he started on those savings is still
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
there throughout the state, and locally j known. tW

I I. L. Williamson, of Jacksonville docs much damage. But it is seldom .\ new ron-itruction exclusive .. !I flourishing today
Mrs. L. S. Hutto and daughter, Car. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Indeed that it occurs in dcntrue-i with II'IIm..J..e4. the ,
rle, returned Thursday from a visit Silas Kite and family for ten days, tim numbers as early as the first of I bead in integral part! of You can earn dollars where Ben earned pen

with friends in Palmetto and Sidney. I fliirinptheir stay at Tody's' landing, I| June. Therefore It looks as If sweet I the tire. This gites the entire I nies.

I! Kingsley lake. potato growers were golnrr! to have to I carcass" a flexibility
Mrs. Arthur II. ]Hall left Saturday be on the lookout especially for these without which the new You can save safely, when Franklin had to takea
to visit Mr. Hall's parents In \Vauchula. The business and program meetingof insects this year. easier-riding, longer-wesr-;

II the Baptist missionary society will Probably the best control measure I I ing f Kelly' t tread could never I chance with a worn.outpuraeYou

be held next Monday afternoon, the is the use of a poisoned bran bait. have been achifM'd.
\'andiVlIllams has gone to Kansas | 29th inst., at 3:30: o'clock, at the home i! Mix perfectly dry 25 pounds of bran We have the new Kelly can earn interest, on savings deposited I

City, Mo. to work in an automobile of Mrs. O. J. Griffin, on N. Walnut and 1 pound of Paris green or white Cord in all MieMFireproof" I with ui, w Franklin: ) earned none
factory. I II street. araenk.: Calcium arsenate does very

I MJTICB or TAX MIIMUZATIONThe I And yet you say you have no chance.
Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children and I Contract for deeds, chattel mortgage ,
Mrs.( Blake, of Gainesville, are spending blanks, option contracts, warranty "board of county ...onon.I"nr., .. nf nnfl- s
fnril. ...un'.. Florida will/ ....*t "I10.. eourthnu -
the week at Kingsley lake. !i deeds, retain title notes, turpentine i ,. In led eltrb'i sales[ Mnndar July e. See Us About It
leases, etc., for sale at the | III%!. m a heard. of ...".11.." for th. ,,purp"
nf (warfnir rompUIntj and r.e.lrlna lr.tl-
Telegraph! office. moor .. to th* value of anr "",,,.,rtr. ...1 or
Albert II. Freeman M. D. r.>..rfr>na1', or mlxMl. a* flx.d t>y th. mans I
I ta* .. M.nr for the ,..r 192S against th.
Announces the removal of his has been is West
S. S. Dowling "wn.r. or a*nta of such proprtr
office from PRIm Beach this week attending the I J. Chairman M. "!tOW'll.of Board"!': BANK OF STARKFThe

Fla.to trinl of one Tyler for the murder of j I >lintO .
St. James BIdg. Jaw:, .
:Switzer: Stroman. Mr. Stroman was W A1.nxaw!: vN.' |
I rUrh end Au>liNr S-19-V-7.3 Bank of Helpful Service
Mr. owlinjf's brother-in-law.
Holder Bldg, Ocala. Fla. : _

Diseases of the Eye, Ear, returned Friday from Oak Hill, and In 30 minutes with I

Nose and Throat. 4t were accompanied to Starke by Mr*. [ar-a-sit-i-cide for 50 cents!
I 'George B. Flynn who i is the guest ">t Sold by Mitchell's Drug Store. STARKE FLA. %
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f ; SWAMPED WITII I No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll DwcdOllos 8... T. a. ... Owner .T arse Lwta5W'4 oo.rlpU.n 8... T. a. .A. Owner Taxes C....

HOMELESS: CHILDREN[ children troubled with Worms h.ve.n enbeslthy JL T. P.rn.1l . 11.$ Low 1-2..7..111814.80
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of 8W" ____ ._.__.._1I S <
__ I color which Indicate poor blood and as a NW'4 of NW, _._?____......14 1 IG$00 I" O. W. SaN ..----..----- 11.78 0..81.5. In Woodlawn _..It S II 110 T. .. Sarab" ____.____.. ___ 19,48ek
Children's. Home Society of Florida rule, there la more or less stomach dtaiurbance.GROVES SW1r of NW R of lot II I" Woodl.wn _It S fa 6 M,., Laura A. BI.a.II _?_______.__. 1.21

1 1'k-ndn for Good Family Home TASTELESS TONIC given regularly \ f. _._:__ 14 ID II 25n. w. J. Thomas ...___ 10.00 Lou: 16.17 In Woodlawn ....13 : U :g :: 11 J. Stoke. .---::====::: 1686Lou
tot two or three weeks will enrich the blood Improve of & W In WoodlatenIS Tbompeoa 15.38Lot.
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Ito", Funds, Good ClitfhiiiK Alxo the dlAealhn..nd act a* a General &ren lb. 1:14v :1''E1 t/t ....1744_...--.--.11- 6 10 It n. T. P.rn.1l ____...____ $1.60N'4 8S.3e & N%' of lot 18 aall ..
Sorely Needed. semi Tonic to the whole system Nature' will than of NEy4 1 low la is.or Iota ..1..G..e..7.48.U.50.J1.82
.. .. .. N" 0' late 62.61In
I throw of!or dispel the worn, and theChlld will b* _.___.__.._____..___14 10 'I U.. I.W. B.bep p --..-.-..-.--.-----.-..----- ...saNF. Woodlawn _!0 183 11.47Leta
I In perfect: health. Pleasant. to take. llo) pot bottle..NOTICE Nt; uf N'4 N of R. R11 ao 11 S."ooI !W. Bl'Ow.- ------------------ 11.'f i" Woodhawn20- : n 40 l..J; I!. rl..it-==:::::::::: 12.36:

( '., -.".---.--15 1 10 47 Johnson KaIlD 15.IT Lot 92 A $'4:. of lot 61 In
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OF KXtC'fTOH'H: 8AI.E :ShW', NE .. e 20 41) H. T. Pamela ----.---.-.-- IT." Woodla" ____.._...__2$ I" 15 Itra. Laura A. Biuell. _.___._____.. 8.TS
; Frnetuofnf. elN5y4' & NW.I\ -1I8 8 Uti Lola 6..B5.aS.5p.. In Wood.n.IO; 5 aa 40 Id H. 1Io"lIa. .___.__..______ 12."
: IN KEr: Estate of Mary Hopkins, deepened.S 1 New Itlvcr InW W' .1 NW'' of of
rt' .,/,, i"KI. I. hereby. Hh'-n that we, John of Wk of Sec :: and NEI, a E'44 of of
I"" .v tI i v. ,.v and Kiiii" I.h'Inotnn. Ex' ""outor andI y of of col lp 1S Nw'. tit of NWl: of

I I .trilr,' ,. -|". 'hol..r the ,'ta1e of Mary R. 20 east __....___..__________ W.... lI.borp ---.--- T.II NW''', tit B'!: 4 of fNE'
" JI .... II .r. >la'' of llru'lfonl.I County. Florida 1.0141 1-3 of IIlk 15 In New ltiv.rr nf NW'4 of
" .. e.. .-.,...rl will, mnko ai'pUention, nn Monday, in E of NE', Sec NEt7 of 8W"_ _.__.. ._._..21 6 IJ 80 D. B. Browala1 ._._.._____.___._ 11.eO
' r IrwI111I II. '.'nth ilnv "r .Inly/ A. D. 1925. at ten A W1!; :.f NWy4 tr Ss 114'rl' NWI. tit KE'4' of Eof\
.'. 1.d flix'K; n rte ""......". to the Honorable Geo.t I 8 It 20 .,.u ___...______ E T. Parn.1I -.-.-----....----- 1.ITI N'y of NE'i.o' BIII'4 A. Eftof
Cni-diner.; County Juel.... of Bradford Coun Lot 8 of IIIk U In Now RZ \.,.. I, 8'g vr l'IEI4 of SEI4 _..II 6 12 II C. R. 8app __.____.__._.______.___ 40.81
r ,, "iv H-.r.ln HI hm office In the courthouse at I in K of NF.4 .r Sea Com .t NIV aor af 8W\4 of
-Mil.-> llimlford. County, Florida, for an W'4, off NW',? of See 2/4 oiE'' run E 58 1.8 ide 8
I h r ,to, nil HI a nrlvnto' Halo for distributiont Tp 6 11 il 20 east -----------------h ews Matlbewa ___ow... I.oe 611 ale' W 631.8 da N 60relb

1 1I 1I t > nl law and In compliance with the Lot 1 of Ulk 82 In New Rlv.i.r ; to be _--._---._--__--12 I 113 10 Unknown _____________________ 11.828W
I it Mill find tcfltnmcnt of the laid Mary Hopii in E u of '! See d NW4 NyofNif'4
*. .1.!ri-nxfil thu following. described real. of NW/,4 .tfof Bas 2134 \ or S W'4 _.__.___._22 6 23 8" T. L. Walnwrlaht __..__._._.._ $0,62NEL
lyinir, and In Bradford County, Tv 81.. l' 10 east VllkaowlI --.--...--..-- LOT or SE'', except E 10 .22 6 22 so leave C..mb.1 _________.__._.___ 10.23
: :,:: ':.r Florida :::-:rt"." I All Dlka 85.38.3..98:39: 0'-4i------- NE', of $W't I ---------P II 42 .0 J. 8. M.thla ____.____..__.?______ 23.51
1,,110"..*., quarter, of Southeast quarter of 42 .n New River I" Etk ofNE" of oxeept 10 a in
.-< ,ti. n _!J. Township 8 South Ra"". 22 East ': 01 ceo 28. W ofNWV W.tE: car -_-. --.!.___-.-n--2. 6 .1 70A C. n. Sapp ..__.________________ 21.10
1 mil i. vi,, nine. 40 acres, more or lou.n '
O sec !4 tp 20 2d. _._..__..___.___.____10.00 W'4 of W 1tWy,
M Juno 10th 1825..10HM ._ _.______ W. Socia NE'', 'ifo: 8Ei' of 22 6 III 20 M... E. N. WhIte ..___.__.____ 13.02
I VUf.OW. Executor. All BINa 9.80.1-82-53'5e.. Ev, or N' or NW', or NE'I28 5 aa 15 M. P. Drown ____.._______.____._ 1.0.
K \TE LIVINGSTON.' Executrix.r'tnte 1\7.111 In New River I" E',4: of N 4 a or 9W74 or NEIl of
of Mary Hopklna. Deceased.1717 ]IF.or sec 23. W44 of 6 12 4 I. U. Low.q ---_.__.._____ '.0'
W'11'flotS'Tliit ii2S
NW\Ia\ es YlD 5 8 R. 20 w ;' ;' T
I W. M. Hodges .__. ._ 1.le fawn or L.wt.y W or Ity .13 5 12 W. L. Ov..tr..t ____._._.____ 1.84
ORDER FOR PL'IIUCATIOV IJ I' NW'L east .f .aw w.-------------I-----I-O.- Mn. W. M. Purcell _._.__..__.-._ U.'f Corn IU fI W of. HE coo ofIt

J In ,}h". rirruit Court of the Eighth Judicial NF' of SWy, except 1 a is Wallow Iodd .. .. 13.08 4 BIk4&runS100ftv
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i i-i,>' ".f I lurlila.. In and for Bradford Colin NW cur for .. _..._.._.11 8 10 It I. W. Plnbolatn 8n '..GaI
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In Chancery. ''R'' ., or 81) of lot 11 _.______.10 8 90D
nut,, I' :s-.inl. Complainant. I : I lot & 8Ey4 of ----4 I. W. Pinholeter, 8r. 1..11 of Ry _._._.__.________._28 6 II W. U. Bdrda _______.__________._ 11.1.
1 li 1 I '. .i ill."i.J i'i, h1e TB I Wjior _.... ._. _..-...81 1S' 10 III -------- w'. or Iota 12E 125 rt of
It ,' /ll.-ili. rurr, et nil Defendant I of lot 0 except 11 a in NiV totof Dlk A In town ofi
; J. E. Clvmlllolll 4G.17
.,, I" } ---- ---- ---- -- L. A. 1t,11', .. .. 14.2.
t I: I' ( i. "iKir: IIIDKIt FOR CON8TUUCTIVE: SERVICE: I,, car & S'4 of lot. 10.11.--t 8 10 lU i LawteyWofRr .._...___.11 II -- ----------- -- -
i 'nr .: II.HI-I i I li., ." jJ ",i'inn, now To R r. 11-lbenrer J. Charloa Richard N. ''E'' "r NWI4 of NW. EI4t Wo; of lot fJ 1 IIi town
i tln linn' r'I'. n I I" a.t, fur' tho W ll-rkfU. Samuel Harrla J Hampton I I IJt.r. I or SW'-\' \ of 1>IWI8W'4 I. W. Plnbolatar, Ifr. _..__________ 18.11 I 1.aatey of kR7y ._-._..2S 6 II II... lta..1e Lou Eh'.r1la ____..__ 1.81
,.. Mnrlha Mellon. Charm Ellerson' Mat-I I of SW", of NWI, _._______11 8 10 I. WII.on" Toaster F.'a Co _____ ..0.611I All Dlie In town of
. ( hiltli, 'n'- Iliumut ,:- ,, ". t \ of lorltln, I c Rib: nun, Robert" Ellrrson. Ativustuw Eller! Rt.11' ___________...__...__.54 1a 20 160 Cb.rlw: Brows __.._..______.___._ 12..11 W of R UK _______.. __Lewtya8 6 aa I. W Barber ----.---.--.-.----- 10.n
.. ilK lU'ft-iMiiu; Iloni ,' ill JLH'k'OIl\'iJi. Hon., MuMlo" Mackfnshltm: R M. Kllenon, I!I REI.I of SWy __ ..._______84 10 /0 H' (19231 1 In loan of
\,1. I.. r.awri.tifp, Maria ).. Klckllter w'f 8W\\ a Sehuta Slcrrlaka. ... .... 81.e Ls..: y W of lTy ._....._..18 6 13 Abbl. 8. Harty (1'11) __..________ l1.OT
and rVrmiirolii i is literally swninpcil NE1.of8/ -- -------
Sophia (I. Siiunilrm.I M W. Haoki.tt. Ta hlvrof I' 8 10 Uti Hair 6 town of Lawtey
with boys and garbs, particularly llrn.iroril; r.mily! ,: Ilnnk, of Stark Florida' i' N J 0'' W'4-'::::::::::::::: 6 1 20 110 t W 'Crwby o __:::::::::::::::::= /tl.Y6: lot 6E 11c N&ln- g 2 6 tla Abbl. S. Harley _____.___________ 10.88

'" those above six yearn of age, and 18pleudll1l If IKiiiK.' nn,1 l if ili'Hit. nil I parllii* claim nu in. I Ito'I' 1-2 ___._._--_.__ 7 1 10 lU 1 8 by 1"0. ft
tercet tinder; I you, or either of you or otherwl Lot. I II I except 2 a I" Em -we w 8 of hotel I lot ence'n a
with families all A. A. Haven .____._._._____..____ .87.13NW'
( uood over _
... In the folluwlnir. described laude sttuatvd I & N' for lot 13 .. .__.__ 1 1 10 11' lot 21 ftNASby10ftSt
Flui'idn to provide homes for .____. I 10D A. A. Ua4en -----..-----------.-- 11.86I In in
one or In tho County of Uradf'ird, In tho State of "I NW\\. .0000. 1 cor same
IJluxh.m Ward 1.06 r.w': fJ E. B. W.lIa .._ ____ .._. _
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._ 7 In -- of of .. 13 --- .1.80
Plantain tii-wit I ITh Lest 13 nr lk 1 In Lawtey icy 28 6
more nf theme firm children, who are : I I ardnlGtr_ SA L. W. Ctatty --.--.:::..-...::::..- a.tSI. Lot 4' In
<* N'orthwcHt inrt..r i uf the Northwestounrter Lot7ofBlk8In 'I 10 town of L.wt.y E orYI
hoi incles!" through no fault of their of Section 4. Township 7 South Ranne. 't ...,. or Dlk 18 In in .": 925 be eR
own, and, who. are eagerly hoping, east h .2 IClUt 'I Wad City _-00__ ______. I 'I 10 1L P. Gainy I --------.---------? 18,46 : J 2 ,. ::3. _--..2. .?__________ Fannie 1I0bllllon ________._____..____ 2.8T
I GREETING Lou -O 0' I 20 In Lot 3 In Ot. sub 011" In East
day they nmy soon find a good home. Tho complainant having filed her sworn Ward City __..._ ._..__.. I 7 10 Mc.. Millet Gcin.Y u_____.._______ 12.11 Lawtey sees 23 24 15 26 tp
The Home Society I ill particularly Ulll of complaint In this court wherein ahaHlleKM I All nlk 23 exaopt lot 7 I" Ward 5 S 28 ...t .. 00_______..___._________ Wm. Anderson/
anxious to secure rood homes for that you and t.ach of you' have, or j city n..h_________ I 9 to Bloaham Wad --.--__________ 8.08 E'' or SWv. of SW\4 ..rNF.
claim to liar,, some right, title or fnt'rut In 1..1 7 or Rlk 13 In Wad City I 'I 10 D. B SaPP ---.------...---.----- ...08t __ ___.___._ ._.._.26 22 d Mra. ala Thede .___._......_.__..._ 829NE14
Home fine pairs of boys and some nnd to tho lands aforvaaid. or some part 't Can at NE oor of J. A. AbIcdte of NE4'of NE'' 10 Mettle A Wooden 7M4SW'
fine palm. of girls, who are 80 devoted ilttrvuf. and tlno'"r r the her nsidenee lot and run B of NEti of SE'': : ::::::U : = 19 D. Davis ---._:::::::::::::::::: -:.01iv'
to ciich other that the till nunlnst : or claims 1 ,.lnnSf 75 rt S 240 ri W 15 rt N 210 NE'' 26 II 22 6 Wra. Thomas ... 1.75
Society rlreiuH ; ----- --------- -
: nit. demanded the making. of this order I ft to bee. In AE'of' SW'4. I 1 10 O. M D..III -...__..__.__?__.___._ 18.61 3'> 0"o l NBV rf etcept: -
to think of separating these pairs of T'h'n..lore you and each of you are hereby 5514: 1 of NE\4 a 1St of SIt"- I : 410') fl ______._.. -___00.28 1 21 11 Rhadw a U.QUoall _____._ 1."
children.All reouin'd' to appi-ar before except Rv ...h/ht".wa1. 0 1 10 lU H. P. Calney _.._u__._.___.___.._ ae.82 E 61. n of N', of NW'4 ofNWtj
day, the :3rd day of Auicust.!al2rrnIrM the NF.'Io of NW\4 .. W ofI .. I U 8 J. O. Teeketona 1.84or
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the facts concerning the history rule day In said month to answer the coml I I SW'1' 10 120 H. I. Gainey ____..._..._...____.__ 20.88NW. All NE44 of NE14 t 5E

of theme children will gladly be l 1.ln nant Sara E. Sweat In the suit afore- .'N. or SW', .__.__' _.l6 7 20 .0 H. I>. Galney ____....__.__.____._ 14.81 By ._....__-__._--_--_ 1 12 8 P. A. Fbh.r ._.__________________ 11.91
given to families who take the children ,,,1.1.l otherwiHo tho complainant will proceed Nf:' ..r RE'.. lean II 8 a _.._.id T 10 34 H. l'. U.lnoy ____._...____.__?_.._ 111.,41 Com at 8W car of 8W"1 ofSIR'
oxparte. ( W', .f 5WI' 0' NW\1 _.....11 1 10 10 H. L. L..w ___.__u_._.___________ 18.5 A run iii 0" son line
and nil the Society asks of It Is further. ordered that a copy of this Lot 1\ ._ ___--.___. 1 10 110 C. N. Shaw _...__._..._.__._____... 24..0 un rt In a pt of beg thence
fumllicx who apply for children Is infer IK putilinhed once n wool for right eonciltlve I 9W' 'f NWy NWI4 ofSW' N tee\ ft E 198 n 8 .60 ft

that I the family be of good character .. WL'i'kH In the Bradford. County Tele* ,: __ -._------__--t2 1 10 10 J. 8. t'onyih u________._..__.____ IU8SIW W 1'c' f\ I.> beg --___..__._ 1 22 8 I... W. 'III.me ______?.___.__._ 1.21
graph, n nvuniiaper ,itnbllshcd. In Starku.Ilindford or NWy4 ..___.__..__._U 'I .0 40 1. S. Fowler ..._..___________.__.__ 11.10 \V of Sw': of NWy4 ofBf3LL
that the home be clean and comfortable ( minty, Florida. NW,1 a Fey' pr BW'42A 1 21) 1.0 Mn. L. y. Bowling ---..-.------.- 11.65 / --__---.--- ----n--2e 1 12 5 J... Roberts .__...___.____._._ 196
and that the income be sufficient. Wllnesa my hand uml l the seal of laid Circuit I Bt% or Wu1of NE\4\ of NEti I 5 It 15 W. E.: O..IIf.a _______._______..____ e..l \V I uf ., or NW I., ..___.97 II 22 .0 I. T. Reddish _.__..____.______uu 1939NEti
to unsure rcuxunable/ home lifo and Court at Hlarltc.' llradford County FlorIda I Wi', or W_ '__ _'___...____12 5 II 80 J. D. Rater .._..__....__.__.____ ".241 i I of N of NW'4. ....11 0 23 10 C. R. S"P! .__.____._._______?._._ '.11
I Ihe lit day of May, 1925. NW'i : a N% of N514 SE'. or NWy14 of 5E14 "
at least a grammar school education. O. W. ALDERM\N. nt I\IpJre4] _----_--.-_---t5 1 11 10 C. C. Cow.rt __.___u______...__._ 3UOt NE' nr SWiL of SE'4 ___.11 II II .0 1". L. Dlnkins _______._____________ l".n
The Society docs not supply children (Sia!) Clerk of the Circuit Court: of Bradford IRwli\ 0' NW1,4; ..____.._....15 8 11 .0 A. J. Cow.rt .._.____ ___.ILao S' of 8571of SE" of 8E14
fur hired help' hut expects that County FI'irMa.Hy RW' or SBt': ________._....2s 6 II 40 Mn. J. 1oJ. S.pp -_._u___..___ U.87 k W'y of BE', of SF"
C. A. KN'fmfT.Depuly NW'' or SEt7 I.. I" BE S'y oSWlj, of 8ES. 8a SE'Iof '
every child old enough to be of help Clerk cop or 8E\4 or NW'lo a 1 a AELI' of SW'' (tt9S3t) _0027 II II 15 A. H. Earl (1811) __.___.___._____ .2.8.
In the house! or on the farm, will be J. M. CA81HN. cor ,f 8W14 of 8' ,. !:" of SL'' of 8E'4
Attorney for Complainant. 4'8-9t-81 JEtW-------------------2$ 5 11 .2 J. W. Joblllon ____._________.___- 16.24NEL w'i of oR of 0FS4 &
taught to lie placed and industrious.All ... of WI", ._.____.....4I 8 It 40 Dr. A. J. Job..n ..._____.__..____ 11.81 SI, ,,1 SW tl of S&4 "
children I by the Societyare OltDKIl FOR PUBLICATION wt. or !'F'I 0' IIW'I __--___ 5 11 10 U. O. an -_____._______.__.___ 1.11Rain SE'':' N\v\ SE14 of '._.21 II 22 155 A. H. Uarlev --.-.-.-----.---___._ 10,88SI .
sent out trial for several! "f 3W'4 & BWI4 ofSI of ',, of NW p A N'4
on In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial, Circuit :"' So 5 11 80 J. W. Nlabola .____...__________-. UU '' v', 7 50 Davis _..._.......... 10.51NW'
month or a year, in order that the Rrndford. ('0""'.. Il'trl'ln In Chancery NW'' or NEIL$3: 5 II .0 Mn. J. E. ISapp -_.._.._._......__._ U.8' ,; ,r of ;1w\W of oJw'i, __.-29: : n 10 N: f. Crawford.; 10.4$
family may have opportunity to J. P. Colle,.. Complainant f'l.. in NW'of NE'4: bound. \C' 01 s'' of NWV of NW'aN' '
know all about the ihld's xcDour. .,"S A W by publla road & of SW4ofNW4hs'
dispositionand .. W. Cole, et al. F. hy hr.nrh ._____.___...0$ 5 II 1 H. 8. Norman __________._________ 7.01 "; NE14 of 8714 of
habits before any permanent arrangements rro"I\hl.:: \ ;> Remove: : Cloud Eta. NW'4 of NWP,4 n.n.. _..._ I 6 2l .0 IiiW.. Green -------.---.----------_ 12.81 1'IWl ______...18 II 12 80 R. 3. 1boma.. _.__.___________ .1.11
are made. It appearing, allcuatlone of the W' or NF'"' or '' _..._ I e 11 10 Conway M"uh.w. -..-------.---- u.ay Lola 1.2&914 of lot Saall
Some line pairs of little tots five sworn bill of complaint in the above cause NF7; i nr !NE1L nr PWi4-..... I 6.i 10 Lotta Goodwtn. --.____.______ 8..8 lot A A. N'4 or lot 0 a",1, all
Unit (he age and resilience of the defendant, W'4 .f NW V. p' I'IW"' 1 e II 20 Mills Bailey ....--------.__ 9,88K'11 lob" 16.37-I t.81-35.Stt.87..60
years and under are avail! ible, and lixwil : 0........ W. Cole, C. W. I.lvlniraton' I nf Woor\ IE1,4! & 8E'iof 00 N% of 10.. 83.84 In

four little live year old/ boys are Ida o. Brown Jacob C. Uro..". Mlllard K.Urunn SF.'I' ._-_00.00 _...____ 1 11 60 Mn. Maggie E. Ed......... ___.__.___ 21.68 Woodl..n. --.._____._--. 5 12 150 W. P. Darouch.e.o ____ .8.14
pleading r for good homes. N. W. thicket and A. E. Multi an all I I SWI/. ..__00 ___...__ 2 e It 10 J. J. Crosby -_..__.____._.____ 1S.U loo .IO.H.17 In Woodland _.liJ 0 II 40 Dottrlce M. Gilbert _____..____ 12.11
unknown and that there la no IMTSOH in the NWii,1 of SW' _______.__....8 8 .1 40 Mack Adduea ---____..... ..... 15.U A'' or l"t2: A .11101.1.28.35.
Several fine older girls from four Slate of Klorlilu.. known to complainant, the : S'6 of W'Io' __ ..._.__.__.__.11 e It 110 A. B. AI..re. ___________._____ 21.111 e.37.8R.39-4 I..2.4 3....45.51_
teen to sixteen yearn old will be service of a subpoena. upon whom would bind NEof NEtq _._- -_-12 e 11 .0 Mn. Magg'e E. Edwarda. _.___?_ lJ.al 54 In Wuuell.w" _________0029 II 22 140 Uectol' C.meroll __._._____?_____ 1166
available for the unlit' defendant ; and that it la believed by in NE I of % V ofNW Lot 10:! .. 8'. of lot .0 W 4
summer, with fami the complainant that tho said named rte 15NaWI A \i of NWV f of Into 48..0 all 10.. 50.5f

lies who will treat thorn in every way fvndants are 'Interested In complainant:" lonlved -> ...12 a 11 tbof Elam L..wla ------__..------.-.- 11.114 In Woodl..n .___.._.....-29 6 22 .5 III... Laura A. Db..11 _____? 14.15
as member of the families and permanent \ In this suit and dope SE'I of NW'4aNW'.Q E', af 10" ....0 In Wood-
for such not know and hy diligent, search, hajt not been NFor "W11 a ofSW'I lawn __.._____.....__.59 II II 10 U. R Crawford __._________ S.T3
alilu to aiicerlnlnvhftliur any of the defend & N'4, of NSVVii' ofSW1 Lo,, 6-tI A N'of! lot 22 In
girls can be made with families Interested anti are lend or. alive and that It ,is alleged t __ _._. ,13 e II 110 waltor Vad..11111 ............. 11.10SF Woodl.wn ___....___._-20 II 22 II J.ff U. Dealing ---.---- --- 15.81
in giving I llu--o older by complainant In said/ .worn bill that he :' I N\V of 8E'.4 Lou 1 I.S.7.8 a Nil af lot 18a .T.
girls education bvllexes: there are persons Interested, In the I or "USEy______._..._.____14 I II eo 'alter' Vaderbll1 .______ 18.13 .n lola 29.U.40.45-4".7.
and training. aid properly Involved In thla suit, whon I N' of NW'4 except 15. I"I 49.82- I" Wood-

Think it over talk it over, and naire or namee and ace or auda and whoa. I : ear NEee 1....,,_ --__--__..______ 6 22 lU Deatrlce M. Cllbert __._.__._____ 52.00
write to Marcus C. Fagg State residence are unknown to complainant! : and : "t.I. 22 .1 80Wy IInI Eelly _________.__._?_?_ 22.11 Lot 5 & W14 of lot 41 & elIota
Superintendent .In said bill relief Is prayed against such nl BE'4W4! of-N6 18.19.20 & 8'44!. of lot 82In

Children's Home Societyof known and unknown persons., Thprefore It .laordered of SF'4i _--- .____--.29 8 It 'f! II. R. J. r.w Ua",11111" _____.___ 81.07 Woodl..11 ____--____ 6 22 10 W. P. DOM"ah _______________ 15.05
Florida State Jealqullrtl'ra128( that all pereona named, in this order I.ot 2 or 5-4 ofKEY.' ____. 88 e II el )1. J. Moit.e ____.______. 20.U Lol. 30-89 W'. or lot 61 InWoodlawn
St. James Hldg. Jacksonville I if II. ins and If dead nil pvr-oim rlmmlnir'' any Lot nopt ofElk 11 ___._...__/9 6 It II ?of..... L.."... A. 111..11 _________ 8.G'
Flor intereat. under the said named defenilanla.nfnrp In 1" nci itft _--_---.-- I 1 II Jobn O..t. ______ ......._ I.st ,1.01 2 In Woodlawn _____.__-30 5 I. 10 8. R. Thomlllo" __.___.______.____ 1.41
ida. Mr. Fagg will gladly send l you nld, deceased or otherwise : and that all W 4 a or 8'4 of 8W\4\ of Lola .-

an application blank, photos of chil puree whomsoever whose name or namee, I N".I ___-.__.._.n_ II 7 11 4 Malinda! .P.leI"GOn __---__.___.___ e.02 31.32.39 W\02\ or lot H In
n dren and tell all '. ave or atfca. and residence are alleged to be NEV, __ ._____ D 1 11 110NE'4 10. 1::. 1Liaekle --.----.-------.-- .0.80 Woodl..n 11 6 tz 181 D..trlc. M. Gilbert ,_.u........___ n.n
you about tho whole unknown to complainant that may be or are I NW' ; "f SF'6A W14 or Lou1.2d814oflot96Eu4of .
proposition. i Interested. In the herelimfter described property I of SE4 & 8i4 of 8WS4 oft lot 11 .. all iota 13.\5-14
To those who cannot take children ', or any part thereof lying and being, In SvB&1* 1 II 80 ILA. P..U __. _._ ..... A S',1 or lot 23 .. all Imo U.
II.it.I for.! county Florida'. described aa follows I .43.46.51.U In )1... Laura A. Dr..n __
the NF: I nf NWIINW4\ of Woodl..81 6 12 III .___ 88."
Society make an earnest plea I..... One ((1)) and. Three 131. and lot Five N0' NE" ._...._.....t8 1.1 50 II. 1L spencer ----_____ le.70 Lo'\ .

for money, food and clothing, anything '1\1.) except a portion In the Southeast corner W't NWI8Vj of 8E'1 slat In Woodl..n ___--... 5 22 110 J. P. 1II0rrt.on ________?____ 83.51
being. thirteen /191( ) feet north and south andThlrtV'three nl ot 1.0' 17.46.67
that children from NW', N14 & Eti of lot U
on wee bullies (31)) feet east and west. Also Si I N\\"' I n' W'. _________...]T i 11 JIG E. II. Jonas ______.__ n.07IF. 1n Woodl.wn ((1923)) -------31 6 12 IS R. U. P.rm.nter ((193) _____.._ 19..'
up can eat wear or enjoy. portion of lot Seven ((7), described as follows nr NEI4 __.___._......11 1 11 n Unknown --_._ .. 19,20.r Lou 17-18.53 E'. of lot UIn
The Home Society is desperately in Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot w' !!W'nf' AF14: .___ _20 1.1 U ]I. & Waller -----____.______ 18.110 Wnodlawn ._--_ -.____ 6 22 IS n. U. Parmnte _________. 18.83W
need of funds Seven 171. and run East: 7.2'44 feet thenceSouth I n in NE one of 82V1nha / I of lot a all I lot 18 laWoudlawn
in filet this ;
State-wide great 12' fi'it.' thence West 72V6 feet, I i bop: :: ; .BE\J\ of Near I I1. ..--81 5 12 15 W. E. Norman ____________ 9081101
non-Svctnrian' work thence North 12 4 feet to point of beginning or BWIj of SE'i: .A run E'i:' lot 11 In Woodlawn _..81 6 fa 6 n. n. Po".r ___.?__.______ 3..3
which has cared for eleven thousand, all I of the above' hem In Block Fourteen <(< U) I I W \182 1',10 8 H" Yde. E 162 Lot In & W% or lot 11 A N"or

homeless' and needy children from all of the original' Town of Starke. I ".... N HO pia. In bee _____21) 1 11 HI J. J. Bid _____ I.OS lot 13 I" Woodlown81 6 12 to T. n. Starling __ ________?.15 ftSI
parts of Do appesr to the snld bill of complaint nn W'' of NW'of N1. __----t5 1 21 U L. R Hall _____.............. e.n Lot 21 I" Woodl.w" ______32 6 22 10 n. n. Parmentar .____________ 641
Florldn must cease unless or before the Third day of August, A. D. 1Q211 \, Sn"7 i 11 15. Jua. Ikynokke'" __._____ 6614SW' I Lou
funds arc Hunt in and 1 In due course define and up whatever i '
promptly y-: of NE't BE'4 of 1718. _
The Society has no .solicitors. claim or Interest which. and eachttf .---. .___.___..23 1 II 10 J. J. Drd .__..___........... 26.25F.'NW3W 29,
anywhere you may have to the .ho. described properly ., orSWI4" ES4 42./3.14./6.48.47....85051
and depends voluntary contributions or the said bill will be taken aa con- I of RW'1 II 100 oJ... 7aolcla .--___..."...... 82.81 62.63.31 $1.66.6766.69.80.61
coming through the molls, fined snalnit you I I Com on S line oNWofNF' 62 in Woodlawn; -:--:--:--82 5 II 120 J. P. 1I0rrlaon __.____158.18
entirely. All contributions of It I. further ordered! that this order be '\ on W line .f R" Plllht.or. E' NTtIiaEuofW4ofNvEt4
Should money published once a week for Eight eonaeeutlve ."'.v A. run N on rleht-of. & of NEV of8F.
be sent to U. V. Covlngton. .....k., In the Bradford County Telegraph, "'01' 170 yde.. to a pt of heir ;' a NIp? of NW''!, of ,
Treasurer, .12$ St. James DM*.. weekly newspaper of general circulation Ih..nee W 10 yde N 124 tIe SS 4 _..... .. ___...__.85 5 II 15" F.': L. Crewe ________.._ 8114SEy ,
Jacksonville' while all other published In Starke. Bradford county Florida.lilts .1 t: II yk' 10 fight-of.way. of NE", ------83 6 12 10 lllre. n. O. Crowe. __ ...... '.11 I
articles the 2nd day of June A. V. 1H2S. rihtl Wb of SW % fSF NWYO\ of

should l be sent to 1901 Riverside Ave., G.Y.. ALDERMAN 'In ;... .. berg ._...-. -..-.u 1 II J. C. Barry .________u..__ 11.10 Bw1, --------------84 5 22 I IIfro. J1 C. C...... _____ LM"
Jacksonville>, or to the West Florida/ i .leal! i Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford 8F, of NW'". extent 1 InNI I E'" or NW'i, of SW' ___,_,85 5 U ..01111... Toerpklne ___ ____ 10018Y'
Iiome, 7th Ave and Jordan County. Florida. : ear for church. _-u..,.U 7 .1 It N. D. Jones ..______n__ ILTOCnm of \' of SE.., _-----86 112 10 G..... Coleman _________?_ 1.0.
Sts.. Pensnenin By C. A. KNIOHT. "n N line af 1I\V14' of NE'1 of NWy! of NEC'. of
po what: you can today, before Deputy Clerk.A. NEL: on W Ian. of R" rightof R\\t: a of NEof
-, S. CREWS, A rem on riIhtof. : '
you forget.
Solicitor for Complainant."tT81 way:"r5 ft to : pt of bet 4 of fE"f4ofIt.N\i', ,4 ..$5 111 10 Dank af Wmlaton __...._...-. 1Ut
thnre W Ion rt 8 100 fi SiIntl Iota 18.21 I" Peetavllle em
. ft, to bag inSW' NE" &
KOTfCI nt hoI"N _--_--_---29 1 It Mm D. A. Barry __.______ ee3 \:; t.n.f..fh.o n --,96 6 t1 t4 J.I. Stunt _.__- ----... 761NW'
Noll.. < Lot 1 of Bib In Graa. 20 rrajl D, A. Barry 16.10V of !''lit'. of IW\4\ ._ I e II 1. Unknown ____ I58
.h.Il-.lV! | deeerlbed lande. will be : I u.
% nihM.t.l"Sfotowtn sold at public auction : : ; ::1
; t Rlk In (irabsm =:: aurreny .. ::::::= = = : Brows
of .29 Or.
on 'R \ IN JULY. 1i O 36 It being the said month, before the of ": -- /.3 8W'. of SEI, __.__.___ __ a I II .11 n. w. ____ 2062NI
Caurthouce Door : Slarke, In Bradford State ot'lold.'fo; .: FIt ; EEA4 rt"I Wed of ,, of NE'',_ 4 e II 10 M. P. Brown --_____ 6.89FF.
will necessary' tops y the due county. so much thereof aaj F.r E of _.___._....u 4 It 120 w. P. CIcIe _._____ ._.___. .2.31 ', rll"NW\'sW&
coat of such sale: and advertising''amount. for taxes set opposite ST W. ;:U 'l"T'r with the All t : u mitt ili.ck: : 8: ..17,82nil \\\I .1 NE'y. ... _-4! d 22 50 A. I. Setae ______ 25./5
Collector. : : :: : : ::::::::::::::: ; Black : ==::::: -.173.13 w'' of NWS4 a NVer

-' -- All _...n..____ __._.--.l1 4 U 8.0 R. L. Black a Co. -.___.__._____?178,39 8\\1 A E: A a of 8Wy of -
.111 except BE', of SE', -21 21 mitt Buck: : 8: SW.-------- 8 12 12' Fannie E. P.t... _________ .3.21
: -----n
'. Description ... T.... .. ::: 92 Dlak : := : : W '"f NE'A514NW'4': .
T. R. A. Owner A Costa NF.", ofNEy .. Wu, orNC' a Eli, or SW'4 & We8E'

HW'" of SELL N 4' of N'4i or NWI __...20 4 tI 100 R. I. Black Co ____?__ 84.U "'_00' -. .?-. 5 112 $20 1'':. E. Conwa. __.___.___ _10811

Ey'WI.of; NE''- ." NE'4of. .---._ 8514_ .sa. 11 It* R. J. Andrews ____.._-._..__..___... ".11 All ;etcept- ,----E-- ,'-iSEi-:1f; :: : n :J3 It t: Slack Black: : Co.Ce =::::::.-=:::::.16LN ITS 32'Oh I E'N':'u, of of NT' '':; .:::_,:.-,:-::--- -: : n 80 80 ft: : Patty..t.i:1;; : :: :

"SWI' of 554 __.___. I 1 It 189 J. V. EdwardsC. .._.._.......__.___.. ..1.51J N'., W'., of !!W'flltl4 NW' of NW1---------------
NF.'L ofL NW'L and fra.tloealI ?.r 8\\1\\ aVo8NEt -'- NE''. or I'oE'4 af NW', I 8 II 10 E. E. Cenora ______.___ 7.4$

, I FK-.1 NV4> pf SEH 1>IW-------------n, _..__....__ I T 7 II 69 W. Edwards ...._.__....____.._ n." All ,_ ,.r. -_. ::::ofAEP9.....::.4 1 :: m R R t: Black Black : f: ---'-"---.-.11161 118.3! E'0 .'SE'..f SW"' f NwV of NWS, &._.W'4of S .1 .0 Marh A CII".tll __ 11.19En
II 4) Mrs ?
NWVj of SWH awiraof' Florence Vnrnadore ___._.__.__ 13.16 Po' nr N&t4: E of iJw'I, of NW'4 _____.10 e II 80 E. E. HI"ekla ___.__--- 10.4'
5w14ofSW4&W1Oaof and. all W44 NEil E.... or 81'1'4' nr 8E'4 _,,_00.11 e II lit n. H. Spencer ..--- un -- IISwt
j or BW4. __. _______.11 7 It fiT Steve Hague .. __ .-.SO t. m R.L. Black. Co. u__._.._? .9.12 of Eof SE"or NW\4 .14 6 12 11 J. Home, Llvl"a 1..0SI.
yNE4 1 1SwVof 1 or _______ -- --------____ 10"1 NE'7 4 12 U'I R. L. Black a Co. __? .n 18.5 .f NE'' of NE''. __..___.17 124 10 Lo",. K.hr _.. 10.54'
F.- NIt'4 11 7 14 t<) A. __ _
O. __ '
NEIL Oowen ___..____.______. Nui' .-I'n4: of AE';: .\ u..U 1 II .80 R. L. DI.ck & Co -_.___ $19.01 Iota l1.1.6 of Florence. B.
NEVri'of; 7 t* 50 Mrs. Florence VaraatloreS I E'l or NEL.: A BWL of I'o"E\4 Canova'e .ub _. Unknown _... ... 111."
rirer.N: T IV 99 Stave ffllsTII ... :::::::::: eat div In N1.; .IT 1 II 140 .r.
->----!> >-> A sFy of NW a Wor
J} S' '$ of ?Y.S ___..._._** e0. wVarborongh> .___________. n.," NWII A 8'. un..1 4 t2 180 R. L. Black Co. ? ._185.U 1I0r BWL clan, at A NE .W 0:080Wa: i iS I

5Jrsfii8w.1rSf.,8EW.' % NEH N;\of_recd_.-.,..A_M 5 10 10 w- C. Baolersen _.._______ 6,91 NEt, 0' NW'4' _-__._______U t. .0 FL. Grtlfla __.______ U.SA 41\0 fl E loea run fi N .50 f& I
I N'? $tv4 a E of 611: .sa It 18' R. L. Black. Co. > 18 .84 ', to bOlO 1 I. n Jlrr LM 11.tfNW'
SW'--------------------- N's ofNWii- .__...._.u IS so li L. 81&0. Co. ... .... .26.80Su or SW------------------IT, ex. W 9. .
W. M. _.._._._. ._
ffEH-A-NEH-of!: """ _. St.40 or BEST of VI4 1>1 I N 11 a A 8L4 of awg exceptSainSWearaaE4
NNWtof 0' NF4 .r ____.__88 tI 10 N. T. RllCh a O. M. Inm.s 11.22I
BE'4 iV NEH-VE-4-.f-srH-! 1 "' M. "."." ___ u S3.43 NIor IIW'. ...-.-.-.----- S 1 II 40 R. r. Black .. Co. ___ IJe2Nt. of BWy' A II a W ef p..bllernad
: ..__..____ J, B. FUlCb ._____
NWVi\ ef SEH i or pf NE' -- _. 14 1 II 10 ___ 11'.80 In NW\4 of SE\oe &
1 SWH of SEH .eept NH 1; a inC I Lot 11 I" Woo '."" _.._.._.11 6 U 10 M. Laura A 1l1Me11 _____.. 8.75 W' .f "wh of SE'4 ___.17 It 11. O. J. CrSta "..4'I
SB for school ____ 8W14 5 20 L.E D. Arnold -' --..------ NE' 01 SWI4 19 8 II .. Angle rw.-lda 1I.IT
corner _. : :
S :
W of NRi, B' of river .__.. I 6 6 SO SO 179 39 B. P. Marettt __ ____ 14 MT i.o8.:1. : : _::::::U 6 :: Ii T Collin. ::: H: I IF'. .f 'IE'4 or NE-----------' .0 1 IS IS Peek 11,1 T.lI
NV 1 ? of SEH of NWH J. P. Dewuog 6.63 S'i of SW\ of NWto ..?_II / II 10 Thoe. I. Foster _______ 7.0. 'W'' except 40 a off W gad.A .
ef SWH A ,all, SWH ors EH Tot U I" woadlawn ._._._11 $ 21 10 S. M Chu"hhlll ._._ 1.18 Eli 01 SW'4 a NW14 of
S of Mill branch ._.______., Tot 1In Wooofl..n. .___..?14 / It 10 Pr, Edwin .. Foster 5.7N'4 / $ 1 II 114 O. I. Crltrla /LTNwv .
11 6 36 '
1S B. J. Sapp .___ ._ \'mv
NWVI of SEH A all of __ 17.16 or lot 1r I" Woodl..n ..14 6 II I Cline Clemons ______ I.d % except; 1 l lot ii2
SRH W of publle road all tot tlZ In Woodlawn ____.___ 11 1 II 10 1. P. Philips! _____ 1.04 NoW .or -----------------ft 121 eo Peek A Re.culs. U.U
SWH of SEH N of Mall N'4 0' lot 44 I" Woanawn _._11 1 II I F. A. Fieber ______ 5.43 Cum 430 rt N af BE eec of

branch .___.. .. __.._. Lou 85.6e-11-84 or SW'4 of of a ton N N
6 34
II 79
J p. J>uellna __ tW 7i'.0.
.. .
Com at SW eor of NWH of -- I.." SW\4 ... ..t 12-I a ?_._11 / 2f II Unknown u 11.11I ll6 tt E 111 ts

NEH A run N S20 yda.. towire Lott.QAain.e5Woodlawnr 1 It 10 Jabd G. Sherman a.16 to beg _.__u__..______S1 I. CI.r.... Ellfnon LM
fence, thene 27!: to Me. ten3.I.l/ 12 a In My or NEL4 of 8W ,.
Wooofl..n IT 6 II la Mn. Laura A. 81aa.U ___
S 1.11 .. of NW E
; Kinney branch thence
\ along. said branch to S line 10", IBl419 In Wondlaws1$ S II I' C. J. Eatos ___u..._ 12.81 6591t418offtSE.671 roe : ,
of NEH of NEH. thence W ft : 8t lIw".s" 10 & eel 1% S f' W loft" ft

h\ to..hem -------------------I? 6 19 SI M. U Con ___.______._____ 1125 Loin a II In Woedla.w 1 _._.1t 18 1 1 11 II.10. T.Unknown r. Geakiw. _. lUT 8.18data thence N IS drarees lv .beg
S '.Ve of NWV4 ..IS t 19 44 M. L. _____ ex Ito a 0" It end also E"a I
----- ----- Crewa __._.___ 11.79 In WoodJ..1I / IS.. J. L. O..kI1aa ll.U ,1 of Bib 65 ..f RI W aall



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..rlptlon.... '1'. R. A. aTCeo* I Own. flu Cuu\t- --
Owner u SW of NE'' except 11 a laI To Stop a \ Quick /I' of Rradfnrd county Florida

\' fraction 8 of Blk 8 3 of R I M; ? cor ___ __________.31. 21 28 Aha l.oGa" ___'._'_ 10.7 I tnke HAYFV n IIKIIIH AT LAW, uBr:.
8 W In NWW of SWVi\ In 2 a com at M coo of NE'ii.f HKALIiMH Hun, I, Templri nub Ah-----------2, I I8WH 8 21 18 P. a Goodwin Eel _____ 18.84 I NWi. ti run W 148 yd. cough nivdu-lno, which *lii|.* tho ciiitli hy Will 1llL1I.'I.\N. wits .,r
;. of nik A S of A i W In 9 70 yd. E 149 yd N 70 yd lifiiliiiu thu i iull.imc.l! 4ii.il" !II i-.u.: .. 't NE". of SW' Tempte..ub I Lo bUll _____._________..__It 122 1 Bandy Brymn ....__.___.. Los A I drern.o.t I I.... Coiinly. -
I... Dn .._____._ -... 3.08 I tnix of UKOVfS; Ol'IN-THAVE\ : : 1 IlirniaSOI'HIA; CLAN/-
'( dlv ____ ._ u ...______21 1 0 22 8 On' lot uf land 148 ft ..ginSB
'tj 2'n 4C9 ft E W A 220 ft wldo I con of NWVi of SBVi SALVE: f-r dust CoAll.! Una C.':.1"! MI, ,! '11. M\{ IIXCH AND Nil'-

i W\ fylnit. nlnnir S A E line InS ((1028) __.._________..82 9 11 Gmn Hamilton (iMI) __ CM Croup I I.. ",-1.1( wa':: ,'\try Iv, ,"f | didd\, $thin, it \1. If ..n life, and .If
>4 of DIN 2 S of R 2 B: In Ono lot of 1nn4 148 ft iq la SB 1IYKSHEAIIN'O reep.eIKo' HEIRS
Temple nub div __.._21 a II 3 Mai. Prlnsl. .______n........ 4.70 1 con of MX' of SBH --- 38 a 11 Orwa Hamilton ........, ._ 4.10 should l he : HONEV. T'i.tlxn .\T L\\V. IlliVISKKS AND
i Fractional NW i of Iflh 2 8 of Com at 8W our of < of rtiblH-it on the licit and thM.it. \SSUNI.VtiUEN I'. I,\m.
R 2 B com at NW cnr of blk NE run N 284 8W14 I 230 of childiwn suffering front n Coltl or Croup. if" lift', and If .lui.l.
A run 8 111 ft to Innd deeded ft l"181 I rt W 130 rt to bra .31 it ia Leah GNUS ____.. .L '.'11 IIKIK8\ : .VT I.\W. ntVIIIHES1 :
to H Jonc.. th....* E 7"4 a In &'. of NW<4 of SSVi:\ I ii h.tthothnmteonlilnrvlwlihndnhr, Iliinev In / MNllNI.! '101.\9
alonir **ld lino of .'0"'*' land r.... Nil. i in.'ii" ________.at7V4 u aa John. Clal... (H2S) --- 7.18 ';rovraO.fill !Imto. SaUe ilmmilh' th:lu4" (11..1, .I"lt.mNO. If
laO O. Ihcnee N along publlo \ a In EVt\ of NWV4\ of SEVi he thin con alnpa H mush .rrn "I .1 hi. HEIRS AT LAW ,

mad tn line between blk 1 At ten N 2 a _____ ___________82 21 aVn John Cal.., ....____ T.48a Hoth niimllinn> paiaitl' In oue ,tartturaii I din I"t\"II:8: .\NI ASSIONSl
2. thenco' W aloni aald lntn < Lot 1 of blk 1 In Llncon City coot of the minbiuetl' 1 Ir'ol"II'1 l Intl:\IV Onil':n I'EHSONS.
boa Temple I auh div 21 I aNE" (9 t R. M 9parknmn ... ....... .. 12 0 8V4 of EESI= 121 Hari ....1.. 2.48 Just ask I"IUINI ( CUItroRATIO.N
E.!: B. Eblvm.n\ ... .U rlfDn'1 your druggist fir tlA Yl!;. I throtnch or undr
; of of 8CV4:\ ___..__22 8 22 It Lot 2-S of but .
IIE'1 of Fanola Albert ........ .._ .. tJEALlN; Hl1Nh'VTo any one or ntiin uf. defendant
lee. .. I of Lo'i.qI.lr: SV4 SBH W of ry 82 a 22 .. ., .
AJf Ixlnu got J''i'\V A j of bib a fn Llneon htrein ,boo ..m.l. the I..t

187 ft wide on W end A IT City In SH" of SEW" W of ry" 22 a 28 Fannie Albnt" .. ... ._ 4.10 or Illll nor t.r, them .
ft wide on E ml. A bounded Lot 2 of bIll 8 In Llncon City Cure a ColJ in One Day ''n of I'.imi nil AND TO

on N by Flllnirron: land A on In S'; of SBt.i W of ry82 a II Rebut Albert .............._.. ...10Tsti. I .. 1'1WIII K WORLD, who may
the Innd and' on Lot ( big 7 fn Llneon City rip u ihIiunMeoA \ QI'ININR: (Tablvi) the' I 1".I\ : :' :: or InurealHi

.'ivby : :: I Lnta In 1-'. of of blk BBV,1 18 W In of Llncon ry ...81 a 22 Barry O'.n. .................... ..,, Culd. | K W I.KOVh S Hi-nila lUnmure he mi anil ea-h wuik.b""of. )311aMTU.B of'.oiul.rm, )>!I"lnl! d,-enlbrl In thla defendin Bill-

O Copper Ixnd. --_ .22 8 II Unknown .._._ .U City In S-" of SEVi W of ry 22 8 12 Anal tin" Hamilton ...__...._._._ 1.10IIr.
WI. of B'i of SB": of SWVI I I *t pt 4 l-'O oboe S ofI 1'11.1.1 '\ QUIET Tirut, KIC.NOT1CR .

of SWH _______________29SM. I II 1 i end .______ '.IS I .NU nor of 8WV4 of NWVi\ or KiriTios: I
nf B" of SWIJ _____._22 fI n 00 ODII P.rkn __"-__'__'_ 1I.1IIt A run S 106.10 chni E 10 the The d.f., ndant. llr>nnt U '
1 "Pt3t' of SFM of 1Y.V _u_ 22NWV 122 II A. B.laDlf' __._____._?_ 10." dm re-en 8 to center of yy of fly Florida pima Mtted, In th'lII Iv, the law aiiintniid Individually., If in Ill, "."ao. .
y of NWV. of SFH A I thence N on ry" 10 22-100 Bradford tluHim til of I'ubli, ln.tructon_ of I .in, n nin I. I.* *t I.nw .. *.'," and. aaalttnit,
SW", nf 8W14 of VR14 ..t2 1 21 40 1. S. Elliott .._.._?_____ 1O.T' cling Uienco W 10 degree N elrctiun County. Florida Itervhy calla an ,I Ihi; "I K, '
T a In SW eor of "KEH' of I 108-10 chn to ben ((11)211)) ) .II 9 tt 10 ElclanS Albert ((1123) _.._..__.. 11.20 trlct to be held In Broolii null irhnol. .11>. MIII, rtb'll,Will.lof.Louu. rot ml'noa.m.n
NW14 22 Unknown B.g at a rt 4 '.10 chna A of on Tuesday June 80, II''S. for lh. purI I I "'nu..lea.sd.,, probaled. .
"" ft forth.
NWH of" Wv.----:: :-__:21 : :: .: Mr,. Marlon -w,Domar; n. unI : I HVf nor. of SWVi\ of NWJ4 po, .. of pleating. throe trmlo. and dt< rmlnln |I t ",Is .e nf I r, i-uiity' Court'd o

I FP'of!< : SWH 1-, nf road __. 21 2 II 9 J. J. 8.100 ____... .. ___ 10.10AIfiV34ofNE'of8P4Sof A mil a 106.10( chni B 10rleirreea the" .the....utn.YO amount of"..nlllaire.... A.. T.In be Stewart.au....id' John fur1'I i", :rl.'I, I I IJl llwambrr ;lull.1, hi: Ki'ulil.r: :
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to center of rytninoe < and *' I I.
'nl. o. pane II, of .
ShrUer ,
road ___________ ______ 28 2 II f M... Eal. Bow. __.___._____ .10 N 1 on. ry 10 82-100 ..and for Inland Drown are poln"'dm.n..u. t l'"nit, Iteeimla I lie!Helmt I.... 0..1_
WU nf NR" of VWV A, chn thence W 10 01..._. N mold l election. I nnI Aaaltni, of' (lxi\u'.. l.i.-nmn. ". or I...
NWH of SB" of NW" -_28 S 12 SO Mn. Loube WIIII.me ._______ 10.T9 II> A-IO dIll. tn bow ________it a 22 10 Richard Albtrl ...-....-.._..-. 22.14 L. W. KICKLITKR.H ':"unarm or Ix>ul.o. i.'un.piiin.: or ..
1 N2InAEI06/'OS IS SVu of NWH\ of NWV. alao n WIOOINS Chairman. """.man. ,.....1. fonn, i'ly| of I,I..I.
of SWH of SWV N of beg at S lino 60 ft W of ry !! ",euunly' Klnridn, ,lh II. ,In At Law
publlo road _-----_ --__--23 111 II E. D. Shlpm.n __.___... .. 11.11 A run S 18 degree W 280 t''I..ry. 6.29-bt424.NOTICE l>.,.. and Auliin.. pi( '
Portion of E"i NEVi: of ft thence W IS degree. N to DnMiaiiMi.' and of i.u.tm; 11'0"ulph) .
OEM lylnir ; 0"public. mad 2S 9 II 18 J. A. How. _._._ US W line of ... 11 thenc N to hi. on n rlRht. and ?. I I. "n", ,. r.IW ire, of
W 1(1( a of NWVi of SFH A NW con of SWVi\ of NWV4\ : I ItiuiH., tinilollo' 1.1."""".. nnd of I.ouIN
N 8 of SWV* of thence E to beg. ---_______.33 a tl !5 Unknown.--: In the Circuit, Court. Elulilh Jud' clnl Cir lilnii/niniiii., d.....1. ,tale uf llradfnrd
PF" aNnrw Penk mad .___.!4 5 21 t1 n. D. Dowers .______.__..__ lUO I 3 a In SW con of SWVi of cult Kradford. County" Florida. In Chancery" Counlx H..ride' the II. i h. .\' law. Or"._ .
All "W";, nf SEH\ A EM of NWVi W of ry" ___ -t .43 a 22 ICIa"\ ChandUr ... ?.... '.'8 Mary B. Edward. And I..i..- f HrdwlH Drouihaiian, wife of
SE'nf; SWVi 8 of F-.1. Be.. IBS ft W of NB ace of v. Kill to Remix Cloud Kin. <:,.la\e Hil.hn.Bn. both ... Into of
road: ----__-. ___--.... O. P..eolt ____.._____.____ 1144 NE"> of NEVi A run S 10M Thoma I !xon, et alIt Hrulr.i."| Counly. Florida Sophia.. llani.
VFV of SF", --_____________tit 9 II 49 L. M. L.naleyw.. -------- 18 U j ft tJ 100 ft N 101)2 ft B apprarlna. from the alleKntlon. of the man Mx Until; and Nicholas Uach It In
VW1' of flR'4 .. --..-.-___?* 4 II 10 L. 1" Onlarr p....-_.__.____.._ 10.U Sue> rt to beg. .__. ____?___.(4 122 la C. N. CoWrr. ....................-.. 18 27 iwnrn Hill Bird In the abov dated eaue, that life and If ,,1.,1.! Hi" ,, Hwir r."pecliv. heir
SEt, of NWVi _______27! I n .IJ L. V. Moon u.s...____.___.._ 0.80 Com 1 at a nt 17W, ehn W of the re.llanen, : and: avre of the defendant' to* At I.RI"...... and A.lvn. Warren P.
E'4 of NEM of SW'4 of NEVi SB! eor cf NEU 4 run W wit : Irmmaa Dlittn. Simon' J. D mple. John Wn,.1. If life, and i If dead, thin his
A a In NW cnr of SEH of 181 yd* N (16 yd* B 131 yd* tlurkee, Ellmbeth. Sl\cn, CharU J. Sun- At IIIM. lie, I.... and .H'I..
Nftv, __ 27 II! II W. M. B..n." .____.___. 11.011 S Ill }'d.! in beg ____34 t tt 14 Unknown ..__..... 10to doll J.mM Vf Sinclair. Auumlu. R ...ntl.". PleldlnK. If In life, and A.llne then hi*
1 a In cnr of'E'ri nf SEH Eat at SW cnr of 8WV, of Mary 1':. llbion, lolm VT. Co... John O CM* Heir. At Law. Devlaeia. and Aealuni.. All
of F.1V _--_---_-__-----27SWt' I II 1 C. N. Holder .___.___ 1.43' NEVi A run E 8714' N men K Pmxon Smith. Nleholu I'. Arm. Other .1'."..".. Firm and
r Of SE", tea. 2 a l In 800 ft W B71\ ft S Mg ft tronir. Arthur W. alnl. Snmiiol r. album. elalminx,' bv. throiiiih and under C.p..ID'

NW cor A 1 ..I In NB eoe 27 6 22 II UIIII..d lobn.on IUS to beg __________________84 a 21 11 Ilenry O. Moon _......_...._.. 10.29 Tharl.<. W Pall Alfred D Con. Thome J. more nf mud defendant, named bereln-abnva. ,
8 a In NE eor of SWV, of REVhmnpIaNASbrIaPiA Corn at NW con of NEH of lIu..ln.l1.. ,,". Younimtpilt.. Klchar.1, llon- the Innla. or any iif th in ''.crl.o in this
SWIrun. E too ft S good,, Lennnr. M. Nl'on. Samuel C Hart IV. Illll of Cmplalnt and the Wnrld,
IT 8 U 1. A. J.ml..n ._ UIJ '1B ft W 400 ft N .'10 ft to A. Spmdlvr' Jame II. If. Smith Albert Hall who m,..y claim, any rlithl. title or lntret 'In
Wl:. o> qp.l'rof'SEH: ."I_27 9 II 80 J. E. Futeh _..______._.... 10.\1\ .bin .-...__ ..__.____81 8 22 2 DWoodard ..?...........-_.. a.08 Samuel A. Swann. N f> llnirnman. .tame I.. and I I.. (Ih. Innd. ,,1..n"0 In this Illll ofcomplaint
SEt, nf NF": except ahnut 8 NW4 of SE'.. *xc.pt 10 a la 1nl.<.. John AIcxnnitor. rnliHin.. 8nmu| C. 1"1. a. follov. : > tn.ate. .
aoRFt&doAitaInNWaorA SW ron _---- ___ _._34 111 00' O. 0. Con ................ 1287 lane, J II Etrlf J II. Mi.l..,miin-. .1.I C. Ed<.-. l I.,nu I,. Inn In llrailfonl County
411 In SW cnr A NKH: ofSE' B', of SWi,' of SEH --_____84 d 22 2* Sam RoMnbers ..-._______.___ 841 r. w. I'll-! J. 'M. fohn.. Chnrlf IUit,,,rt*. E. I'l-.rl.ln.. and IH.,.* part of Section 21. Town.
/ except about 4 a In NE I SWV of NWI4 A NEH of S. Kllnworth,. Ann Ilopicoml'. John C. Am,nlt. chi n,. ItuiiKo ". end more paitlctilarly do
cor A 1 a In NW cop A SW4' A NW'i of SWH e0- II 1'ii.Mv.. W. It l.ane. Kll-worth Trunt Com- ...'1.0 'in I 1.'i la No :I I nnd No 4. In lllork

4". a In *F cor --. ..27 8 22 85 P. 1". Stump __...._.._.___.._..__ 11.0' c.pt Isa In SB cor _______3S 5 22 110 ('. C. Oriffl __.__.____...__.____._ II 1 92 1'tiny, a corporation V I. Mtdill. c. N. llui H. ,c Hi,, T."n of Lawliv.. Iliadfonl, ('..No
Cnn 201) ft W of NE cor of SB'' ,, of NF'.', _________.IS Mlnnlo Coliman .................... 12 n kin.. K: a Huhhnnl, N. W. hunk. '1. A. L. tv I 11.,1.1"[ nccordlnii to rial of said town
WIA of NW'; of IIF.of SRI, of NW'i ______________:II e Pp/' Reiner ........-_____.__-_ 12 87 Von Kirn., Cirtln: frrnding. Company Puncan rot nlil, In Uie I'lihllc lt.xr.l of
NEil A run S Clfi ft W 100 ft SRV of fiWt. 88 22 40 El'aa Atone ------------------ 10.67 U Fletcher. Triulw. _Btarko I.iiml.erfMuiiwi County' .I"lurlda.re I..lo.
NItS ft F too' ft tn heir __2A 4 U Gon""a" '1'_... ____._____._____ .OS SEU nf 8E11 -_:::: : :::::::an : 020 A. 1. Miller ___::....._-........_.. 1217 ?'mi'liny. a corporation, v. J. Hlinmmn.', lira- I .\ lii'nhy nIII.I and required each and
.1.. F', of SW" f NW' Ms. Ella J ._. I ham A (!lain,. 8 F. ... '
Lot f lilt In n i I own 2 T 22 ? lanilmr .. nil un- ,.f .
of-Slarke' "I In ;:jF.r'; w'1.28 12! Mr*. Eunice O. Canova. __________ 64.89 51114 of NSI'I4 ....:. _::::::: I 22 :g Ihn: M, 0. Rr.'rd: : Eat.- :::::=::::: JUNE I inoun. and that thre I. ni pereon. In th* '' the you nie.,..entitled aIt'i..r l I'muio<> ,Ih. on Illll the Of Com, ,lain''I' of

Com 1. 1-0 ft W of *B cor of or NW'.'. ____ ________- 8 T n .0 "am n..nbt ________________ 12.47 Nat.,. ,.Klnri.la' the, .rrvlee of .nl. poenn up*"! | ...... A. t). lu/n and i wIt of lay In
Int 7 of llk 17 A run. N 10J N'4 NEi4: of 7 02 W W. Colwnnn Ill Whom would l hind nUI drfend, .nu.: and Ihat I I .1.1
:: 80: fv\ -- fall tan nnd 'prcerrllied, by In
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ft W S81-1 R Ins ft to Call NWV T 00 Itanry Mitchell. Br, 12,27 by the cumplalnnnt that thei.nll KIII h....*. avt|1'1' and di line' whatever claim 1
Rt E 90 1-1 ft to bee 'In onto" 114. of 8' or SWy of 81V14. 8 89 to : _- 5,45 turned ,itfendnnl' whoa n.Utvncp 1 and of riirlK, title or lntvrw whlih and
of NFt' of J .nM".t 't SVllg.n ::::::==:::: : Dun art unknown, you
pine) town of Stark InN24 SW'S 92 20' 9,41 to cnmplnlnnnt are Interrai IK'h .f you. may, Iny and claim to th above
: of RW",- -- 29On a 22 Sam Bnaatiburv -.------..-.-_ 5062 ""E' ut RPt, _-.___________. 4 7 RI .0 Wllllama __.___._....________ n 94 ,*rrll. .Iwo, | nf land, and any and* all
lot nn N aide nf ('oll-iil. NE"I ot NI' ; or NWI', _____ 4 7 U 10 Fdmon" Chandl.r _.___..______ IPO and that c'ii|>l.limnt d I..... not, kni. nnd I'll"' 'j I portion.thereof, And that certain' ._ .
82H ftEA 1Vby210' ftN W'4 of NW'i' or PW'4 ______ 4 7 II 10 Unknown _____'___"-__"'_'___ '.15 not hi'on Abl. to -certain whether any of per. pul>llahed In -Slarke. Itrndfonl Count.-
S bounded 1 N by Jeffer.on E'4: ot S8'4 of NEVI A SW\4\ iihl known ileUndanU are dead. or .live ; and I Inrlda' known and called llradford ,
St W hv Innd of Mr*. Moran of SE'i ot SE\4\ ___. ._____ 1 T It ID Sam Roonb.rg ._..___.______ 10.10 I that It I. belumf by complainant In oldawurn j 'leleuraph l I. h'-nby dealunatixl a* .Ih.Cou"l ,
A E by hlk 17 'In orlglnnl I u n I.. .n In SW con of 8W1of OIl that tb.. I Ii a Mason or are. per- paper In which this notice be published

town of Starke NE" of I NE"I ---------------- I 7 II 1 Wm. Frad.r __..__.____..___.. 410 anna In..t..1 In >s. fll'Ol..t" Involved In once a week for 8 .h.1..h.
SWt, ________ ______ ___28 a 21a Sam rtoenribnrg ___ 11.88 4 0 corn"at/t.NW of NW'4r .tieh ault. who.e nun or nme. and awe or This 2lat ..
EH! nf lot I A, lota 3-8-7 of blk NE' run 'fi'120 ft 17 ..... and whiije. ".Iold'' ... ,unknown tocompininnnt' nrlal day .r May. 1128. Wllnoa. my of-
hand and ..
28 In original town of Stark I m ft N Wo: ': 420' ft N Thcn-for. I, I I. ordi.rol I that the .1.
In NEH nf SW'----------2; !I Conaumen Lumber Co. ___'__ ::.:1 ft W beg __ ._ 5 7 U 4 n. U. Sparkman __...____._ 4.10 aid known fcfenil.nl. who are hcrntofonnamed (1. W. AI.DBRMVN.
Lot I 2! of bile 27 In original. "I: NW' of SE', E of Pt In thl. order.) If living and, If dead. all (&.1) Clerk Circuit I Court llradford

town of Slarke In NEH of I I... S 8 a ---------------. I 7 22 7 Fsm. Roo.nb.r. ._..._..._....__._ 1.8 parlli. claiming lnturvt un( r thu old County Florida.
SW' f i __ ___ _____29 a 22a Coniuntan Lumbir Co. ___.._._ 11,15 !l1' known soil named defendant., ( afOM all, :de-; .1. D SI'ARKS.
Lota 5-8 of hlk 32 In J. M. J'v-------------------: ft 1 II 110 1... R"1/IIoldo -.-...----......---- 41.111 oeaiied or othprwl., and that all 1'._'"* Altorniy 1. 2.1U.
John add to Starko In SEViof 1114 IJ.O of orJlJJlJo S"W'"NW 7Rift' 7 aa 10 Lllp Wood. ---'._____'_'_" '__'_ '.TI! whfimi(>." r wh".. name or namea a,, alienoil -

HwH __ __ __-_____22 22a R. M. Sptrkman ...__._____?..?_ 14t I NP. 1, of to .he and .n. unknown tn cnmplHi.mnt. NtlfKB( 10 SKI I,
Lot H of Dlk B In. T.lvlnnton ., SE\4\ or IIEtl _____10 7 22 120< Paul O.on. _.___.__._._...____._.. -84 .* .'.'r are IntiriNlrd. In tin proprty \ 1 ..IIf'Arl.
Trubv and Cna. add to Stark 5" of NRL4 of SE'I' -__---(0 7 12 In T. J. Alderman ._...___ SIt ,involved. In thU .ult, ........bt>.1 .. follow : I'OKI :l.k. L.\Mlf

In W', of NF':'; __._____-_11 22 O. W. SnolTffrOTB. .._...____....._._ ,.,. NII4!; of 8W'7' ta .0 M.Y.. 01'11111 .._... ..___.._?_. 1I.8T All nf .ectli..n one. I'I'I I .Ih..l quarter olnnrthiaiit \lr(: :la h" .tl'rhI n that I the tindenlvnwl.
Lot 5.1t of blk II In living- Ety of Eo A NWV l of NEVI tiuart r nod writ half of north.rant I .r i.iiiir.linti; portion and property of
.ton. Tnhy" Con add toSt.rko 4NF'9 NW', Wt4J ofSW" quarter mod emit half of northwest lo" MID. r, ""y. tuir, at law of Ida
of NF"0 152 O. L. Dnd.rhlllMr __ _____ 11.18 I A !lEy' __ __________18 T II .nO Paul II...... _.___?..__..12051gp'i < 'pnrlrr| and northw. 'I"n.r. nnrlhweetiiunrter I .lioiunl 11..r
Lota .: )rv: of bib II In -- ? or SW'4 ...__._______-IS 7 12 .0 C. TL RI..I'I ._.___.___________._ nIT j and uthea.t. quarter of ..outhweetuunilfr fotlur.: Kly Illiku, .:nhrvhulot.fnfeilredfonl: i
I.Mnir.ton. Truby A Co. 214 of NW" __________ _..__11 1 U 80 O. If Rlrrn DIOl and ncrthu-t iiunrter of ... .*. ,'..,m'y. 1"Idn., | | apply to llonorabl

add tn Starke W'(. of NEH 28 a 22 ... ]. L. Brlgg ....__.____._._ ....0 I FIB; of SW" __..____-_____1. 7 aa .0 Inn lint 1'011." _.. .. n 1800Ste quarter nf nffcllnn two ((2)) ; Kiuthweet quarter i,...'ran A'la..h,.wil.. '' '" .1.I..r II,.,I.
Lot, 1-I"I of bib 11 In Living. or 017"-----------------' l7 T II 50 Ines iwy 1'0110'" ?__.____._.__--0501 *outlner quarter and .outh Inre. oil: i| rn Hl |hln l ulna
ton Tmby "rOIl add to o4 ..t lWv. --- - ---tT 1 U .0 Unknown ------.----._._...___ 1S.0l iiimrten'. (ifnulhcn,' .t quarter of ..nutheaetininrii I I..rl.1,1, :: nn:: I t I'i 1'lltrrnth, day| of !:I'y'k r>.,
StnrVo' In W",, of ___28 122 I Corn et con :' of >r nf .,>illnn three (1)) : north. half of I'1 I! nl, ton I e" ,. .. .
NBH N. Alva Erunr ._________....__ ..40 ; [ 1w north half and, riouthweat. eH | 'r .1* NiMin there.nll.r
Lot 12 if hlk 18 'In 1.1'ItIIton.Tnhy SE" run N r1a' 59aw u".t.r..f *nuthwial I ua i inn' he hurl| ,. u0lhnrlly, ,, | | In
A Con odd. to Starke h 40 ale. E 33 rdo to bo10, 7 21 B EII..beth Johnson __?_______..._ 11J.ln qunrtnr.nd, w,..t half. of .iiilhiant' quarter Piliali: -n::I? for the \ ,!, 'I uric I wfc:|,: | :::1
Cum 70 ytls W of SE enr of .oo I and .nuth,'mil qiiaitir, of outhea.t quar 'tbndar. :
i In W' of Nr -- _-28 8 tl D. I. Wb.el.v r.L ..__..____....._ 11,18 I IU A run. \V qo "do N 70 yolo Ire of Meotlnn four ((4)) "" 'th..1 quarter,. mod, I.1..1.1 I'vl" of II'r,' .aid!!i ."I-.V, right' till" and
I Ih.
Lot 7 of bib 32 In Llvlnnton E to y..b l' 7" y.l.. to 'beR ___10 Z II 1 Wm RaJah __.._._.___________.. '1." rat half nf ntirlhvvivt' qunrUr' and *outhvv 0". .,.".,.., Innd, I.' "illu".i'i I"|lu i rolo
Trots A Con n,M to Starke I Lot I In Hulanoa" add to tl.ntp- .t '.u.....r t..r nnrthwcat quarter and) north I'root,.. : l.a.ro'
In W'' "f NF' _. 28 8 21 I A. Dowe _____. _._ 11.00 ; __ IO T II Danlt'l l 801lem" __________________ U8 tmlf of miiith, nM iiuarter, of aeetlon nln (BII J \ .'<.1..I' "" Inten | ,
Inl I of Ilk' 1 In Llvlnnton.Trtilw ..... north half of nmthwmt ,1\.1..1 In ?, ??,
J'- Lot 't I In 'Ilulaon0, add to Hump- quarUr nf *"lIon'III. of the ."..' ","r am th .
A for aub, dlv of ton IO II MDni. D.II.m" __--_..___.______ UI ), all In town-hip. .U (161 ,,,,,''h. ranuetvvt'nty.tvvo 1".1, of the Molithwmt. uuurter >* .a t
NE'' ;, of N5'', _______28 8 tl .John 1'.1t. ___'__._'__ '.78 I.n' 12 I f 6 II of blk 18 In 'ttz\\ ,mt ennt.iltlntr olio thf>M- llililv.ii. 'lovvn.lilp !Hevxi S"uth. action
Lot 5 of bib 11 I.lvlnnton. Hampton _________10' II John Mil."" _.______._________.._ 1'.28 'nndiven hundred ninety ll.7tii) .nor o, '",'' x'o I'n..l. l-tei-pt: a atrip of laH 1aRag(
Trul.v A Con nub dlv of NEV4nf 14.16 0f lilt' I I In more ur lea 1 o .. North 1 udo the Northwen gnrtsr an
VE", ---- ..28Iot 8 tl Ju. End .-.-....--.----.-.- 1.07 I"t':" ___ _!la---10 II W. O. Sealo ._..___m_______.___.._ 82.1. Aleo north. tliree hun.lrtd twrntf (120)( ) fart :I tl I::,,, KouiluHHt:I: timirt: : end: on the, Nnrfi..UNI gf.
1-2 or F'L of lilt 12 In N"N 8W of NE'. of northeant: ouarter of Hoiithwcitl unartarnud : oiinrtt, of th. MouthwiHt iiunrter, of abotilliini.
Liv; InuHtnn Truhy A Coa A or' NE'\.n1\ o 1 < anl four hundred, forty five ((44fl) Awl: ofsoulhrnat ; .crm II l.| no half ae r,. In Iho
nub div of NBH, "f .NI'i' 21 122 Llltl. Innd.n '.78 2 a In IE con _--_ If! 7 .2 111 lore Ivey Pollard __._______________ fI.Tl .,..orl..f southeast quarter nfoulliwiMt 'rot .. rn,.r of the Norlhciul. qunltir' torth.
Lot |." rf bib 81 ''n '.h In..- N'' J "r IEVa of NW'I' ___-__-_20 7 12 10 Unknown __.__._________.._.__ '..13N quartrr, and 00,11, It half of nnrlhwet Soulhvv.nt. qunrlii. In H>'cllon ''I'htrty.onp,
A'on. Truby A Co. nub dlv $1414!: .00.1,0 2 a qunrtrr. of Bnutrua-t. 'luarler, nueeptwot 'lowniihlii Hovin Honiu. llanve Twonly-two
of vn', of NE'', ________28E1 122 1_ Tyson ____._.__._..___.._._ 10.9n \V"r..; -_ __ln20 7 21 it W. B. Blaete __.._______._______ 111.I7 four ((4)) act.', and wtt half of ....uth.w'.1 1 h'a i-t iiiniilnu one hundred' nfly .,. and ,"n
nf hilt it In I.lvlnntnn.Trubv nor of NE34 of quarter. of .outhraMt ,|iinrt "r, and -nutli hnlf ncn more or 1 leu.llnUil .
A Coa nub dlv of .E", 12rJ'JJ18- -_.--__-----._--21 1 I' 11 r.. R. K.I.h __...____.._m.________ ...111Eo half ..r. nnrtlicniit quarter,. of .nulhnnt qtinr" June 10. 1D28.
of NK"'; 28 8 H lam 'I'r8on. _.._______. _'_'_ ...0 N'4 NW'-.1 except a In t..r, oxeept ".. ((6)) ncrcn Innnnhrnotennurn ROSA / NOItUOlll.
N''. nf blk 15 In Livingston, tor ------- ..1-__-__--21 7 II n Inns. bay Pollard ______m.m_ 18.87 north ,.,f ..11.".<1. In iM-llon. .Ihlrteon (tal nl. l.iinrdlnn; of Ida May 1."i"ny
;..N7E9 C o. nub dlv of NEH' SEt, .t NP\' .__. ______ ..21 7 at .0 M. J. an ___.__..________________ 111.21 .o 'HI qunrtor of irthiiut. qua nor, I !F: ('AS.SKLI.H.Mlornvy : t
28 8 13 AIM Barn.. B." N'I" or IF', or NW'4 A SW'gOf l..t 14 n flO I ) arrati In nfirthiHtt' enrnnr( and for .Kill.lint' 8.12-81.7-10
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E'<. nf blk 40 In Llvlnmton 911 thick 10.59SWt not Imlf nf nnrihwiMt .1.......... and northiit .
Truby A Coo sub dlv of NEH I I N.'i'; NW'" -_-::::::::_:::: ; n 40 M..mJ. Oren _:::::::::::::::=::::: 11.71: ((..iitler of. xoiithwtHt, quarter" nod ..iMithn -"-" PUIILICATION
N I.I" 8 21a DIE, grown 10... All ----------------------2' Sell Pool ( .t quarter of Hniitliwiuit, unrter.| nYcept ten "KI 01
Lofate -AF'Iof hit..Q-.in I.I """--"--"----- All! : : :- : ::: .: ::::.24 ; II 040 t'a'il c::: : ;::::::::::::::::::::::UU: iloi' aria in *uuthi..n.t corner In auction In Circuit, Courl. Klghh: Judicial Circuit '
aton Truby A Coo tub dlv NW'; nf NIP.' 1 N'4 of nty.roiir ((211$ III... north half i>f northuMt .
of NE'; llenf.2 NET'--------25- I 12 W. II. In.n ... .. 1,40 NW'------------------18 1 12 IIIJ qunrUr. IIr northrn iiiait" I..'. and we t D..do.1. County, State of 10.1..In ChasItnn
Lot 0 of In Llvlnnton -- ------ -- II --f.if: cor 'i-'S i; o/ Paul Bg.-------_.___..__ "..81wrr half and northWMt quart"r of Rnutlien.t lfu1 I
County Rank corporation Coraplnlnarit
Tmby A Coo aub dlv 1111 luarter. of. .cullon fourteen III) : ahm nnrtha a -
NE" of NCG! -. ___28Nu 122 J.Iku Datin 440 oof lw'wv'. ; ::_ --:: ; :to: I 0 M.... C. r. Norton ...... ....._ lit .t quarter. of northem.1 quarter and eat
., of blk 48 In Livingston. : -'--"; '-:--.i '. NI, : Df NE'l. IIW\4\ of NIl" Mn.. J. '1'. Jon.. -.--.-.----- '.10 half of Qiitho-.t. qunrt,r of norlhiant quarter and Marthe VI.I'aul .hi wife

Tnly", Coo sub dlv of A ':'! .. NW''; A NWof / nf ne
rlt' 'iofotl MB" .__ .. -2* a tia g O. I'l8to _________ 7.7B NWI .
2 1* In Llvlnnton.Truhy \VI nt II'W"" NW'4 A all Paul D- ----?------ '111'' all 'In to*.nehlp eight 'If. Iho alI..ln"mind In th. .pp.n.
A Coa sub div ofot.NEI11(2of.19N.11 lW'i of SWv N of _._211 7 28 4, nuth of mnwv twenty.two '<'J2' east: also bi ab.la.
; _-.__.. _u..28 taa Lney" Cnilbn .. '.'IIS SW'' of NZV A N'4 of ry .I. S Mad. .....-----.....--. I..TO 1,1. nineteen/ (fllll, twenty 20). twenty-nine muae Paul. V.I.II .
-------- -- NWi! hll ,
L of bile 2 'In ((20') and thirty ((10)) In VYoodlawn In V.I.t. .I. d.rond.nt the.
Dnvla A, Truh,. aid to Rau of at'1E"L P.-r--: ; of-- -'Nii\4.(; ; \ I T 18 .IJ W. O. 5nb _.....____._____..__._. 18.70 fifteen 1141. township II.e (tdi I. ..outhrnnuo >.eetlolt County/ .1..1 Stole. ,are of n.n-.ld.nl. their reldnraI .. '

Btnrk In NE con of SF.'iof of SW"", A run 8 12034 yda twenty.two (32)( ) eat.
NV'V of ry _________28Lota ti A. Z. Adkltu _..____...... 14.74 W 1W': y.le N 12.'4 ydo II lie and they quired' t,, appear of I I. unknown tw.nly."o, that thi- y It arc I. each therefor tour the ordered ay*
2-1-1 of hit C In N. i.Jon tn the Dill of .: rnr'i1'h' 1 in : yoa
12034 ydo to bag -------.D 7 2J 0 rnim on
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.. _. 1,75 that rml.l| | .hh'nt b. aD,1th.
VIII Parks __ unit
In u. d.r..od"1
Starke \
1 ndd tn SEVi hi fore : the Ird. ,
IIE'4 .7.11NWVnI.bik2cinryWrigba 7 III 46 W. Hurl Onar. ___ ____________ 14.411 or Monday day of Atitio. A. ., hereby reulnd, the bill Ofconi.liilnt
) of NW" W of Walnut at. .25 151 n I .
A. F. Criffla _.____.__.._ 21.in Luu ) ID IS.: otherwli the alleyatlon. of ..aidrtlll nlol mild ap.

, \ Lot.In 1 Temple A, Wfj of old,lot to 2 of Stark bill 1 Lot.l mold: !; o Ilnlilflton b..1.,4;_ .A:.7dof ..90 7 II w. F.. If.Clarr ____.___________._.___ 10.82 anls.will be tnVrn confided tho olhrrwlde Mii.lny.. ,.| IhAll lh. ,.''Iny. of J"I,of,.1,1. on A. or D. bt.lOl.
In NE'' of SW" A part ofWI. In n.mp'on ____.90 7 12 ____ _.._.... 111.70 It In further ordered' that 'thin order beimblinlMtl Intro nf. /.II.| wi
M1lk.0d16.2 II.. U. B. 0.1... ._ .._ nx c .. dvtndunla.It .
W of A NBor
of NF.'I; ry" Lrlta -9.7 or blk 18 I. once Inch week fir. eight ... ...,|- I. .
nf K': of NW", -----28Lota a tia t. T. HfelcfP .. 88.80 Z n the vrtfhrt. In the Itrndford' ('....nly Teleitraph.a 1.1. r oidervd that thl. order bo
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of hlk 4 In Tarnpie htat9nnton6.11.! : EUi81 rtIIO J. P' Bouo _____u._ __""" .hll.hro ( nc. a weirk for Itiht' enn'ucullyiw '
1.2-1-1 1 ru new>.i'>a... .hll.h... In Itrndford. County. | tin Hr.dfnrd ,
add to Starkly' in NBVt\ I Inrlda. County Telearaph.nmv.i.aprr a
tt 01 lot 2 or blk et In H.mp.
of NW W! of A part A of NE W'{, of of ton bi-------------------2') 7 .2 J. R. pool r ________.._.._..__..._ IB.'O Thus Hie 3Hth day of tour A. D .1028.O 'hi".May u"l.h", D. ald IVtl.County anti State.I .

.t\ KEH ry cor t1.I 'rf :10 7 U J. .... Maxw.1I .___________._.____.. II." W. ALDERMAN: 0. W. ..DERMAN.I ,
____28Lota ua 'k'O ; :
!HE"! of NW'i -- -- --- IT. A. S&avtr Oa. _._____._.....__ as.12 0ngdnn .; I!Stall Clerk of Clreult Cnurt I Clerk Clnut/ Court.
!\ VH-7 of hilt I A lots 1-2-1 ..,,1 E 8/1/ tt ____._____.0 7 22NW' W n Snb _._..___.__. '.18 lly C A. KNIflHT \H"AI. CROWS), '
oy fractional. 1 hlk 8 In Tern- or !SE', ___80' ta .0 ; 'Wllllami.:':= Deputy Clerk Solicitor, fur Complainant
k plea add tn Stark In NEVi\ SF.'I, of NW'' ; AN''' .f SW\4IO\ 7 12 120 N.P. Canthln __ ......._..__...__.5873 rilOMAfl W. riELDINO.: ,i

Of NW'i' A, part of W>4 of of : "t of r8: "-, -ali SWi31 7 U 81) Unknown _....______._....._.. IS.O' Solicitor of Cnmplalnanl.. S-"J.IOt-7-l NOTICE OP BALK
NP'i: W of ry A NE coy I ', It--., {

SE' of VW"; __ _____-28 12 a L. ink ____._._____._ 11)." of N"t'w E .f Ry.- ______31 1.. 44 A. a. TAnmu ___..___________._--1950 NOTICBIV Votlcu I. hereby to all pcrvon Intcrlrl -
I tot 11 of blk 2D In Peek odd Lot 2 or or ___--.81 1 92 10 .. ., u.vt.: .
to Stirke. In NW', of NWH ..,. 7 0' w' or NW'/ ______ 7 AirI 84MmY lU > In the atom Kellx Loni
i' 1 81 n 10 -------------_ -- -- I I",. of Hr.lfrl
.-N of Ninth it ..--.---....28 a Ha T. S. wmtamiT. __..___ 11to. I I. ', "r II 'i ___ _-_ ______1. 7 tI: .0 Palll '11.... :____.._______ _. 1I.'t TOil CIRCUIT roURT IV AND FOB That I. Cornelia Lonw.County. F'I..i. diMwaM of Ma
; Lot 1 nf hlk 14 In Peek ndd to 2111 tt of NE'\ of 8E'84 7 n 4 I E: 'rrlas -: ... ... __ __?_ 1.11I. IIR-'U"ORII COUNTY M.OKII. IN CHANRFDOISII .
r ? Whit Lontf, Comer Pleftaanr I \
Stark. In NW'i of NWH N -;;ll, of 98.1:" -- _8' 1 n .0 D. c' May ._::_::.____________.__. 11.74 ('18Y. Lonv. Hinrtl Irene, t'.I.l C.nt.n 't
:i i of Ninth. .t ,___ --- -- _..28 Ha i. Wmiara ____.________. 1.1' .t a p' 111 1t1 of NE RI.DRIDGE: ; Complainant', Ham N .
tote 1.2 of blk C In Rlalnndd I I. SW'., 8 tOll ... Longwill on the zmh day of I I. v
0 run
tn Stnrke In NW" of .oft : RE forlf: ., thong IIHYAVT! (r.avenl OUROANU .a A. D 1128, at 10 o'clock a. m. In the n>".n,,

,.i. NWV, 8 of Vnllh I at ----__--28EW ua J. 0. FOBB.I1 ._.._ ___ t.o W 451"4 rt to ry oI..b..f..ay and Individually. If In lifeand Inv, apply the Honorabl 0o A. ftnHtnrrrunty .
of Iota I bib 2 In thence" N on riaba...'. ,d d.ad'. then, hi. HEIRS" AT Judas Hradfnrd County: I II. ,
t Wynn. .J.tSf Stark I In way 52w". rl Ih.n.o NE LAW. Hr.VIBEKt: !: AND ASSIGNS ,HI the ,., ,:I In Bark,. Klorldn.. r ; ",

'. On NWH. lot of In SWH SI.rk._bounded-------1.. N 22 lit*. Alto' tpufcn ____I vv It.l1 Fy:rt.'j 9W'rt to; ';?tfo ;. --,-.89 1 12 n Prank r. a-.. ...__m____________ 1'.71 rilE AND DKVUF.ES REMAINDER-{ l.lrBTENANT1) .rd i and t all Int.t. ,of oat.Marine-only. nil Lorn" Htltlo ,' ",u. ,, \'
\ by Dnvla A Trubya add 8 In SW cnr ofSEdVnAll NE'/NE1' !88 1 II II Mn. C'. A. 8rta __n____.____._ 11.04 !MEN under the Will of I.OUIIRCHARI.OTrE I.nu Ijmit. ,, Lila. C. Long A. and|jonn Wliliaio. Kit hi:r'.I I lo's 1 '
land", of Mn. Eva Kit. .
by FEIi ot of ry n.ht OF.AN/.MAN daeeaeetl .
Han E hy ry" W by Walnut a_ I a'n' 112E: enr 4 m I. .. probated, .before the"OUR'r lin" heir of Fatlx F..d. L int. i .
..1 drat --- -.--- .---- ____28On 123 O. t. OrlfflnB. ......-.-.-"__ 11.11 NW ,. r .bo. corn at BW our of COUNTY JUROR, In and to the ... .1.11.,1 r, id ,- >>" .
lot of land. In Stark "f $W54, or IIW' A run N r llradforl County Florida. situated. and baby In Ur.df".1 'r' I
bounded N by blk 11 onto 2211 "do E: 132 pa I 110 yda and recorded Ore-ember 8th Ida. ,.wl. .
town ABAS: by ry A W W 1'12 11'.1.. to boa .---------31 1 II II R. D. lIep ..____.__._____.__.. '.It IVJI .n KevUUr; it: Wllla std:, ." of 'juthtaat qunr.p" 'f l
by Thompson *t ___..._____28 a tia M. fjartmanfam _...- 11.11Oa. 1'1'a." of NW I 10 W of ry P.tati No 1 I. ra.. ft. of .aid &, townahlp a. .ruth ..n... 2'1 "tit u" I Ih.lt ,

lot tn Starke bounded 8 ant I 11.1 II la N8.: 0. ___ Z 5 n.o R. D 20' 'I' .____._._.__u______.-.. III All fount. R'Cor the ITBIIW ATI.AW nnrthwat of ,nurtheajt q..I.. ud, I ,<,t ) ,'.'
by Jeffirann .t W by Sander NE'1' of NE'4' -- I 1 U. B D. "a" ...._.___..___________ 1\.7.\ OKVIUEKS AND A8- qtuirter, northni q.-. ,
uf .
son lann A N A, E by land W'of' NW' ; A --NW of JlIONM. .t.OriHB OL 7.M.\N. nu"h..t quarter .UOI II "* .

Loof 8 rDjIrkGi: .- --- .28 22 Contr! ..._.___ 14.82 S\v14 ------------8 8 II 120 Unknown ...______._______ 21.54NE14 OK LOI1ISB/ CLAXMAVN/ ORl.om.SP .o".M.o tn ranire laat half 21 'TtI l ni n" 2'. '? yKnaryb
7 l l aJdI 0' N514---------- I 1 12 41 t'rknown: ..._._....____.___.__. 11.7. OI.AN3MAN! OR 3Q tun I
; ,, qtarka ____ __________29 152 W. B. Bolllnnwortli Eat. ._.'__ .... R'i of S f.nUISK: ';.I.AVSMANN. ..Meae.I. map of Star ..i.,i 'I I
All NEH of NB" N of E'o, ? SWt4 : __ 1 2 22 80 T'nknnwn __.._________ 14.10 ... formerly of LAWTEV: Hrndford x111 I In.. ) e. fart off south .. tiutl"n .2'.. u. '...
I :i'Jry"t- -- __ ._ 31 a 21 i O.. ...__ -.. ........ ..1.1 All BWi'i nf 8W\oI W of ry.... rounty. Florida TUB .1.; ".'. ''Ilh. ranii. ri *a>to in t'", ,, fSurd.

81 10 a of NW Ys of NWVi ASMi I cODt I a In IIW our ____oust 1 II III W A. Rine __.____..__._.. ..." HEIRS AT LAW. DBVISEEHXND : : ). florlda. '. .
of _'4 **"Pt 110 a I All unapt W'.. "r IIW'.. ___-14 1 .a 551 Ink_ _.____--------124.91 ASSIflN' nf OIJ8TAVI8POf.fH CO"II":f I \ I IOuarli.o I'n '
of SWH of NWH ________ 1T. 822 81 M. i. M 131.1 I a of IIE'' of NEV4--31 12a Leonard .,... ..It SWVa of lW'4 --n 9 u. 0.,1n DonIAOF __--__.__________ -1.14W'u '.I"T\ VK DROLSHAOVN.' anl \ I.r.I Ic.t.I, ). I. (Ilong ,'.
W 2ft S-3 of SBH of NJ5H' ot : NW4' ..___-.. 5 .2.. O.lIn I-ci __ __..____. '..11NI m his' non rl.lit, and 'a. Leaate and I iii I ri.. o
except 10 a Mid to J. W. .f 8P.ilot NW----2$ 1 It I' J... Apwd __._....___ .._._. '..B'N ", rvl.M., of I.OIM9E CMAR- Polls Hani. I I.'t.. dccca*.0Ii .
Alraro. ___ ____11 ti ITa Aha Canard ................ 11.0 'L of. of \\4.f OTTK: M.AN7MAN. and of M. JOJN" ..
Cora .t NE cur of 5W34\ .... t4 -----I. 121 S Tit... lpeed _.____ .... 1.01'11'1' VM/.MANN.. Meru.(. A I,, '"r
NE' run W 0I-I ...... S'. 01 NE'-o---N------"
I 13IV shy E: 8 1-3 stow N HW" of A Iota 4.9of Niles.. Cured In 6 to H Day Apuluctoy I I" .
to h-ff ...'. 81 21 t Canto H.h.IM ---.- Ml 83. ot NW44\ ---I. 1 U tll J... IJII'I! ___. -_._ .51.12 | .
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Com W of Q- oy of W II a ot SW'q' "f N.21 II 11 W. F. ru11.r ____....__ "I' DruMleu refund tnony If PAlO OIVTMKNTMu.to tori or i ihpp'
8Wt4 ,,f NE i A ran 8 18V* E"ynfNWllElao: W34of cure l lichlna<< Blind. Weedlnil 0' ProtmtfuMI "l 1r .m here to n".1 .__ _
chn. W 1 1-1 chn N IZVicbr OW' ; r SE' 2e 5. 22 Ay. Davll Dotlw0. _________.________ 24 82 Pllei 'In.tanilyellevp* It,'hlni Pi ... aril you ,
E d t 13 chna to bete____Jl 4 22 a Pet W.... ___________________..__ 108 Lola J.S .-_______ _____ __ I 9 2Z 11 11.... M A. Ea.I. .___________. .__ 1276 can a< t ", ..11"1,1"1.Ik'/ Un u?, IIo.'I,1 wei ., .' ft:i t ix nvnthi



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office at Starke Florida I' "1 ? .... 4 ,. .= 4> ,,. '
,, \../.pfll' % tsis&. --: = ANDAtrtaYautawrNn'ar' ,Vi !. ,I.A'-rATfn'! .. U. D. Dyal is spending this week n" 'jrl'tn oil has been a world-
If'' It\M .J.,4't"I: :y FCB9(iT'-OTII'.H''I-' I I '-" t/aT 'b. f"TC"A'I"T I
E.==.t-. MATTHEWS _-__.m__ __.._.-o"Du.1 I I .r', i\ .(' ,'I..f' '-;--4 ml---t. :.' PIMP WCWT( "DIL..n.JUrt..I4"mYOUACVrrTO OP L", =% .. ..l'tlt t.J ... < .'i 1''L i >xo.A A N''A''F' .t, with friends and relatives in I'om w.l.; rtmeay tor:kiu.cy, liver and

I ,.,. .r .... 4( ; JULY STUFF .-l_, __ 1| '4 '<' .IN u, si v'r :?H" if, puno. b1 '. r Hi'-orctia, rheumatism
J. C. KOUINKON.__.__.M.n.gln. Edllof. IGifS .. \fN' :r ...J. ::; J ",, .. Att ;'l c"eais 'p;,4r-; business -
:;: i.F !!-i;.'" ;'l. I JI\\Z ;,x<'.- :(<**,V.V /'/-< 11.. +AvB! MIfiNTV /ia Miss Mary Nimmo was a lumbago and uric: acid conditions r
I ::.. :;:: -, -- -=i .dfWP. *** N..*t 1wO'BuC"S visitor to Starke this week. I

PUBLISHED KEllY FRIDAY ,tSUIIS V.it I ; '," Jf ,' i .> f e', FiT I T rfji sssf' -, WWss'-' ;-:T I" ,- "* 'r'1; Mr. and Mrs C. L. Houser, are ""- ';'.,,., ..f" /. ,, I
------- I1 i' 't 1 t.* I* ''M iyasafniS' ; ** .JPf ( spending this week with friends and "' '. ,. "' ,
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1;( I I L.e, ,.... "Tvi iVrJ T't. I Fiibius Alabama, and ..
( KII'UON: RA'IEI'cr f' .'- ,", .h-.Iu I .,, > r'>.. f, C( ,.V'T"' jioMio) alt \\ .\).""' relatives in 4.o.c-n acot.nternairrv"ahleq,9timnlntrvita
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"J.: eat' nab ':: : lj'
i'uiinosascc' .
? ,.. :;' :' ., -jV3sv;! : 4 Chattanooga, 1-,, 1
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... $1.0' lr- Z :: JS-- *
V'Mr .I.i .r .
11 1 Maxwell who has been
.. .. .. Miss Bessie ,
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Six :Moi\ .tin __ _. __ 75c '_ : ..,... "' ;1. ( v" it--' 'l I spending a week in Hawthorne, 4n
u' 1h' ..':,'rfr.tLrNVw:.:....V.r."II'tt'lll rt"'u 'f ) '" \__, F. .. -5"-. <(?;" 'J < fc*' '' T'.1.,, ;( guest of Mrs. Calvun Van Allstine or".no.r!' .: ...' .'h: : ." .-: I'.HJSt i

I II ........... i .w ":.>..; .()(.rS..rtTV-. -==-- ...;.'-.... "iTl'.V "Io&t; and ,Mrs. Earl Van Allstine, returnedto I .. : .. "'I) r..:. U'I-
eUe9f 1 M rACN/N'! / ... .; b
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v I II INo tcoNATUUnbe UAa-HAQ.- -,,! MONBY A1YMorNCas TOO ::ltd..t 9 t:. 4"-t',) V \A" ,5 ,, :.' rr A. I j her home here this weeke. ,
I i ,I'MAKiN': 149 =-- pIJ 1"0..1; 'd'() r ill ... rte" 1Ap!I fjfv 1 : Mr. and M>rs. 0. Haynes have a* -
II I .Ivl' O core', 'raACNaRSA f.R '1 oeYhNDiN'TN'frs 1 4 /-: j )I SM a i7i 77I Ie I their guests this week their daughter,

I 9ugNaN oCtiIlIIS'! l ---- I'. .-s.. p'V ....,jt *', .. Mrs. G. V. Phillips, and children, of
I \1 .::;; 1II! : ..... ."' \-& I
..k chr ;- 1 j.. pr'..ngl: ,i: ,1 RtA tRrNra oCoI' '''" 'f1tj\\!'' I I Sanford. ha-
... of Virginia,
...... ( ,{t k .,., 1wI,' ."' ... Virginia Simmons,
qr ; ., I
." w_ .r ;: ,"' -!: ,1',' .1,1.4,1. '{I' .0'11, v/ ,t been the guest of Miss Annie Mae
K'" ... .... ,, .... "
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I ... IM\\\ '. ", ........ ... ," 11' t'r', I week.
, \ ... .J. ........ . !Pearce this
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'. ....'II/(-\ '.r /.,.-, ft.t: ....7. : .... II. ".....'. /0". Mrs. B. Q. Waddle and daughter.RoMalee / !
f f')
i', / /I''' ,jri s' > ; : ,...,y \ I I3STCHA TMCU5AUD ......... .,, 1"I / I of Vero, were tho guests .>..f / Sl
jNj. 1'1 ,
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1 d0it I /" ; 1c i\\' ."'Jo. J Mrs. Waddle's grandparents, Mr
1i I 'il >
" \ t.Hbr :, ,t ri,,d l III.hwaJ', ''t ,r''I j "'I t! I"I J' AF OOT Mt>N.E"ONay : Mrs. David! Jones, this week. ('nnlmt, ""T"I'/" till ('Iut'flVpl
( rhy' 111 _" I t I r, I FaR FouftTrt O JuLY : I ,, Ilivhr
.\ ? 1.lll'' ii/' ', ---C- ""I- I 15'rtV OW IT JACK- : \ I J \TUANYOUiIAVE j jin Mrs. W. II. Smith and sun Dill; I. rh al.r (lC 6.41"
I Ii I. ___;,,1(1 I r'f":..;' \\'lfj la\: wr GuT COvPLA MoaE Jj/\ V III l I V lt visited their relatives and finndZephryhilla .>i you to
i f' YARD3T'DoAU' \11I' I I = '_ fI f\-. .
EveryulnaItaI, "i i i I"" HI Tl'irnlh nf I I "- I this week.
run do his bat i i' -rid 1 .elitrtisingl i I ITl-r I ":.i"C." I, TONY aALCOM ueMaa" +a Au'Ass r. I J LJ I, {: ";r'Y"Doti :Mr. H. A. Dekle has as his guests S! .ugustinenrlllJ

:I' Bradford <'oui>t> l by:> 1I1..ilinghi copy ""j'li: !" r" ( UA&eT'rarrut'Po, aA'ENt! 't..t. +ar ..."f ral p p I.--;], ;, I I II this week his daughters, :Mine1.1.,>.sand
I 'r' .. HA : ln'"1+''k'd'l I I
.l lpV
of the paper to a trend in other auctions I I .. r ..ae' .II,. CAfNe FOIL"T'I4. "P lg/" 1-- -. If ., I I Caroline Dekle.
:: ,, I: '
'r- / 'fe.V I"1 t., : :
: entire I family
country. : K\\'I'" i Last Wednesday uitermion our >: onr
JJ. "l 9) < '' J"I"'I: I If Mat-
,, : : to this famnu (Itj on
',,'" -0- / / '" town was visited by an electric storm
f,(." ,:, ,'" 'l. -i1'1rt/l': Vl1//Kf.-J// -. I II I ,, nn/.is ll.iv .mil ttH'1 d,' pr
almost /: followed by a light gtu A bungalowin .
4' The Telegraph receives inquiries i po ;:
of they I ('::: '' !(IU'" ., ;; I I the western part of town which i is AII.mt IernJ..y UK Sinn
all sections .
' ;; country for copies of tho paper. Peo- | ... ;... "II'/I I owned bj Mr. Ovid Haynes and occupied \\'orld ch II irm hesuiosHnvcl ,,)

,' plo who are Interested In any particular Ii. i I ":"t v- I' "-.' ..ti I lJI 1'\' i by negroes, was struck bv) In the lollKhti of .
section of tho state prefer to haves | -I' 'stir'I V ..eN;(UI,; = (1-. ','.- \ lightning. The house was slightly the beaches and Ice l .'lit ;.

//i.: a copy of the local paper to almostl| ..' ," .-. .....\1. ,' \\1 : J&. ', I damaged and n negress who was in Immensely In the bracing J.
., I ,
: t IJ
r' ...- ;i.. the house was severely shocked. Dr.
i i0
any other form of advertising matter i ''' / r, !: Halt air.
'4f1lIl( vlJii; :::::- '-. ,. ,,. < m I E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was called Beaches t.
/ Magnificent
9unIaysl' | -0: %. ** --, .. rmVKIDDING Immediately and the condition was .
The Times-Union In Its _::: :* _: -- 1< \ Wonderful Surf Bathing
-=- ''-,' . .-- QNrab soon remedied. One of the woman s :J
Issue Joshes Chicago for tho ? :6ri il1E'S !
a / paper | .
shoes and the heel
was torn to pieces
funny mistake it made by switching i r I Summer Golf>> 1

headlines a short time niro. Then the ,, -.- --- -__.__ ______.. _______.n.__ split open. Historic>> Scenery .'v 1
| Rev Hicks will preach at the BnpI I
S T-U. proceeds In the Hume l Issue to II1MSELP NEW RIVER I Wood and family, Jit. D. W. Moore, and Splendid' hotel accommotlntioiiK a
bead an article relating/ to staid Yale :; (Syndicate: ) : Mr. H. O. Skipper, Miss Eldridtie I I list church next Sunday morning For rules unit,, my 1.

professors. of drama with "Wild New River, June 26.-G. V... Andrews Reddish, Miss Cora Bobley, W. H. I I evening other Information! you desire .
f P. J. Pearce is moving his family ,
Ponies for Fattening flogs/ A business man approached on the nnd M. L. Johns made a business I.. Nebuld, of Jacksonville; Mr. E. E. I ) address ;
to the Kalch residence Main street
,;' -0-- proposition of advertising his stjr trip to Starke Monday : Burney and family, Mr. W. C. Woot- this week on Chamber of Commerce,
,' in a newspaper tho other day mode the en and family, :Mr.' Ernest Wells and P. O. DOS GJ.J"LOt'lD '
A 1 I North central Florida Is receiving didn'tpay L. D. Manning spent the week-end I .
;:; Home .splendid advertising these days statement that advertising f the in Hampton with friends and relatives -. family Mrs W H. UIKKK/ :MissesI | :Mr. Blanchard, of Lnwteyvas n
und that three-fourths <) visitor here this week.
by tho announcements In the press off I Bculah and Hazel Tutch Misses Elizabeth I
.rt advertising Was' waRt The B. Y. P. U. will Sunday f
money spent on 1 meet next -
i Beatrice Howe Misses
f, land sales nnd building p'rOA'relll! and I and ,
Carrol Atkinson, of Waldo, was
ed. usual at 7:30 An excellent
., this section of the state is being kept n guest of friends here Sunday.Mr. Gladys and Lois Norman, Paul Moore, i us p. m "
with Its. I EITorts to find out hoc much monev Wesley Bryan, Porsey Griffith, Miss program is anticipated The
going in good shape
. c many : and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, !Mr. > ;
he spent on adverting! grafts, a I Pauline Rhoden Shelton i young people are making prcpaintio'il +
visitors from nil parts of the country Starling, I
and Mrs. M. L. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. I (
|number of which ,ate worked in every Uurmicc Flem and for special music.
It!: -Perry Herald I Allen porter and Misses I\a and IClvuHodKist Edgar Starling, l "
--- -- ---
I town in the country every year were unie I and St. Clair 1-
Harley, Alfonso 1 Colds Cause .
attended church at Lang drip and Influenza
futile, but it riisn't' difficult to assure I ,
Grims, Oscar Carter, L K. Denmark,
The Telegraph trangresHOd/ last. the nt)"i-iuiverti er that if he'd'spend I iiiidiro''' Sunday afternoon. Hullie Jones, Claude and Vernon iXATIVE DROMO QUININE; Tablets move (
, week In giving' publicity\ to the "cow" in advertising II C'asoy Atkinson, Royce Gainey the cauae There Is only one "llnimnUummv
his tnnncy
l newspaper -
, Howe Lawrence Uinkuis, of ,
election to he held somewhere In Roy Andrews and( Huibert Crosby, of Lawtey; E. w. GROVE'S .laa..OIl l box M'
and l give n little attention to l
Mr.' E. W. llujis and family, :Mr.
Stnrke sometime before Inhriel toots motored here Sunday and
the preparation of his
copy and Mrs. II U. Nobles, MrI./ C. -
.i his cow horn We did. not read the act I ttf; money so spent would not be'' were quests of friends.W nnd '
Crawloy family, Mr. Raymond
: In full and failed to note that seitlon. M. lodges was a visitor to
; j wasted but would return to him IT"Get
I' "** many Raiford Prevatt and children, Mr. and Mrs. BETTER rEHTIllBE MADE WE WOULD MAKE ,
three thnt notice Sunday
provided no ,
times in Increased sales.
i iI
' "t>atl be required to he given of ,lie I Ii II Mr.' and Mrs Allen Porter and Miss U. A. Newsom, Miss Ethel Moore, Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM
'" It i The same merchant, when asked Iva i Miss Lillie Mae Anderson, Miss Lot- BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .
time or place of said election.\ I I Hollies motored to Starke Mon 1 !,,I
what kind of a suit he had on said It' i tie Bowers, Nelson Green, George and the
should have requited also Nat nil day. Cheapest but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
r 1' ; was n "Kuppenheimor." He was asked i Leonard Bowers, Thomas Turner, .
voters be blindfolded befoi slicing allowed :Rise Inez Biannen returned to her Dusters and Dusts.E. .
E' what brand of shoes ho wore and 'I Ellis Thornton, John Torreulla, Miss
< home
to mark their hnD1L"0a ) in Lake Buter Wednesday after
t I immediately said that they were' visiting friends here. Eunice Browning, !Miss Bessie Flan- I 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
"Florsheim" shoes lie stated without I nigan, of Starke; Mr. II. C. Wimberly
bond Livingston and Wilson RUBS and
t proposed is-
Speaking of tho !, hesitation that his
shirt was ani"Arrow" and family, W. II. Young, Everett
the John Shaw ,of Drooker, motored here
flue of $l.p>00,0nror( completing ,i brand and that he always'wore ] ; Bennett, lioiforj Starling, of Hi '

hard the Jacksoi surfaced" lo reds.Journal In Duvnl says county: "If, 'I a "Stetson" hat i Sunday.II.. S.. Norman, of Rising, and land; Mr. and !Mrs.V.. M. h-1 We can charge your

Lake rot..
for RpKt, roads Duvnl in n piker to i I and why was he able to tell the rep- : here Thursday afternoon. Kemps, Litt Batten, John { 1
'I I B W. Sapp, Mr. J. E. nnd'' In
resontatKo of this the Taylor Storage
;:: t cbl,eto the addition of a million and paper names Misses[ Iva and Minnie Hodges visited Battery oSmith's
I nf tho brands so readily ? Simply beI | friends family of Green Cove Springs;
in Lake Butler
I' I to the sum already! spent. Tho I I Wednesdayafternoon.
I cause they're all advertised the' liam Knowles, Winston Crews, WiI',1
."manner in which "the sum already ,
"I spent" was spent In Duvnl will likely !i lemrth I and breadth of the nation. j Mi. and Mrs.' R. Renfroe, of Ft. '''A. J. Kmnvles, Harry Bender, Starke

I ." make a more lasting Impression onf I|I Articles on this merchant's shelves Itlyers, visited Mr. and Mrs B. F. Leno; Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Box, Mr. Garage
t Kuval voters than whnt other coun- I were examined and in almost every'' Konfroo last week. and Mrs. L. D. Burris, Mrs. L. E. Fla.

': ties are doing Instance they were from manufactur- Miss Jessie Dowling, of Lake Butler Bevis, of Inlet; Willie Prevatt, of I .

-0_ Ing concerns who advertise their attended church here Sunday. high Springs; Calvin Davis, of I

t 1/ products constantly in every conceivable '' John Lewis, of Ziff, visited friends Gainesville; Miss Iris Godfrey, of
/ 'nJ.J.r.n.\pn; ('ELRI11t.tq'E9: irs I way. here Sunday. Dothan, Ala; Mrs. T, S. Gilchrist and;

I'onTY.Jolmnn imnm>.\Y I Tho merchant said that his customers c. G Wiggins made a business 'i children, of Brunswick, Ga.; Mr. '

. Lnst week was- -the TeleA'rnph'sI I called for this urtiule and for that trip to Jacksonville Friday Homes, of Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Nita GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY ;

one Quito freC1uentlv.Vhen. asked. i Burday, of Grandin; Miss Viola
Is'I ------ -- -- .
g. the forty-eighth: first issue birthday of its forty-ninth This issue! !:i why his. cUMtml'rRVunto.1; things;; ZIFF i Varnes, of Palatka; Mr. and :Mrs. R.II I II INMAN &. RITCH

" I of continuous. publication in Starke year made by certain companies, the merchant --- I I I F. Millikm. Mr.' and Mrs Rufus Wall, I REPRESENT TIlE BEST LEADINGINSl'HANC'E
I Ziff. June Mr. J. W. Lewis of
replied that he supposed they Middleburg.
a record very few business houses in COMPANIES, FIRE,
I II I spent Sunday at New River with : I
t used them before and found them ,
county can equal ;years friends.Mr I 1IIERESSATheressn ,
to be worth the All
: of .service I money. of which
.! I Is true, but it's a safe bet that the '. and Mrs J. B. Thomas spent I BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
In the oldest file copy we have of t first time they' tried an article, they the weekend: at Lake City with Mrs. June 20.-Mrs. James' MADE PROMPTLY

,I. the Telegraph, October 11, 1881, the did .so because they hud read the I Thomnx' sister, 1IrIOt.k; Hunter. Moore, of Valdostn, Ga., Is visiting

only advertisement to be found of a I' manufacturer's description of it in I II Miss Ethel Dyal of Pompano, la her mother, Mrs J. E. Owiley.]

: Starke firm still In business today I,Ian advertisement und that after pur-I here spending a while with her parents Mrs. Fred Cloversettlo had as her

) Is that of U. D. Miner, Jeweler. basing; they found tho article exactly Kir. and Mrs T. D. Dyal and 1 i weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
) This Issue. of the Telegraph was furnished i as advertised and through truthful others i I Mnnire, 1lrl.1.: E. :Maniro and Verl

i, us by Mr.' I,. II. Hill, of Law. advertising became satisfied '' Mr and ;Mrs. R. B. Thomas anti :Manire. ()

toy find contains an interesting article -:, ere cu"tom.I'; ,daughter Hazel, spent Saturday afternoon :Miss iiuNe Padgett is visiting her

of the early days in Lawtey The clothes, this merchant wore : in Brooker with friends. I I sister, Mrs. Dell. I

,t' which wo will reproduce in an early i were nmdo by companies which advertised I Miss Ethel is .spending a few days I I I Among those who were visitors to /\

Issue. and he knew the names of at Graham with her grandparents Hampton Saturday were Clyde and I ,_ t.x::;: : I .-i.I.? '
Fortv-eieht years from today the them because they were advertisedI: !' Mr. mid !Mrs O. W. Dyal. hill, Hall Klmo': and Theo Padgett. "-, "- -.',

: Illo copies of the Telegraph for 1923: the car he drives and the tires hl'l| :Mr and !Mrs I. W. Dynl, of Grn- 'I I Rev. Taylor tilled his regular appointment -( "'oJ'I

will bo as interesting: to the readers uses on it are advertised every week ham, spent Sundny with their parents at the Christian church

of that day ns these old papers of in newspapers and he admitted that heboui'ht ( Air.' and Mrs J. W. Lewis. 'I i mdny afternoon."HAMPTON. 1904-ABRAH i LPhpLN-tt365

. nearly a half] a century ago are tot '' the machine because of the Ituddic Russ, of Brnoker, was looking -
the present day renders. No one run Ihini-s he had read. about itj; tho blgri | after business hero Friday. 1 Worked -

say what the next fifty years will i gust seller In his store the things Russell Green, of Pine Hill, spent i I June- by Day
Hampton :
26. Mrs.' J. F.
bring I to Bradford county and its peo his customers call for by name, are Sunday afternoon here with friends. ,: Johnson ,
ple. The weekly chronicling of today's I advertised brands; yet this merchant Dnn't forget services at Little i I and daughter ;Mary, are the

" new, while seemingly Important to sass ho doesn't bolioxo in advertising Rock StenchEverybody come. quests: of MIS. Johnson's cousin, Mrs. Read at NightTh
'1 :... William Carver, of Jacksonville.Mrs .
to will .
us now, be receded as of little and that money so spent is wasted.i I
t' STRIC'M.AND'9 LANDING Bryant and son, Hiram, of
by the resident ,
consequence fifty i Ito'! kiddnu' hniKolf lit his own I Ft. Merare

, years.hence who by chance s,'anl thispaper. \pcnse, nnd doesn't know it. I I0 II The f. .I lowing! wore:' among those ""th :Mrs Bryant's spending parents this, :Mr.week and ? money President Lincoln earned as

0' I -- I bathing at Kinifsloy Inks resort Sun- Mrs i.. H. Bedenbaugh. a rail splitter he put in bank In later
History Is an Intorostini tmlv. : Taylor-A county short course will dnmore familiarly known as A. A. Durden and life he often referred
And the most interesting family were to his first bank ac
hi.trot bo hold June
25 to July 1. Have been
, Strickland's] Landing: business
all In file ("copies of n newspaper to ono encouraging and visitors to Starke this week. count. At night he read book illcau'd
j women girls to attend Mr: W. W. Burr and family Mr. IW. i Si.pt.! II. B. Wigging and every
family, of
who \lived In the ilnvs >IIqt. .
l his hands
F Weaver and family :Mr. L, T. :'LII'kp. were visitors here last Tuesday on.

Ha>e you a bank account ?
.. .. P. J. Pearce and family who have
< :-:,': ::t. .- ( : ;, ., en several months in South you haven't start one with us today

last Widn, returned to their home here the'II gladly explain our simple safe

LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith J. C. Thomas and children, method of doing business.

l.ortne nnd Herbert returned to their
A bank account Is a touchdown on the
home\ ) in Ga., after a visit
Tomas' road to the of
V ith Mrs.' parents, Mr. and goal success.
Mrs O. Haynes

Dr. Wagner, of Lake Geneva, was

.; PEEK REALTY COMPANY n business visitor here last Tuesday. I I ill I edS: : ;= 7

T G. Futch, who has been visiting

", H STARKE, FLORIDA Tbe Quinine Thai Don Not Affect The Held Bradford County Bank

Bwauae nf Its tank and laxative vffrct LATA- j
... ..... .. riVE BROMO QU.MVt I (Tablet) can to: taken Bradford County' Financial Stronghold
I "w. __ r--u ...-. -_- ', _,_ ." -- <- ... ., . by anyone with.mt'
-- "" ..'-" .,_ __ ."1."I';;; 'C "' ,_ __- ,'. the cauiin4 nervousness or ringing
''''''' '' la bed t; w CI KOV L :S unoatuce oa bux. JUu Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.r .

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