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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Canning Plant To Be '\ CLAY COUNTY ROAD BOND ISSUE Local I Military CompanyWill



Made Ready For Opening I $515,000 CARRIED 20 TO 11 Participate In Defense


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The Coming Winter Hard :Surlaced Road From <;ret-n'' \\01ll\M .\N AT MILL' i I: Day Test Here Saturday

l'oto 8turhe via Kinjsle( DIES AS HEM I.T OK I|
I .UCIKENrAL) :: INJURIES
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I Well-Known Canadian Firm Have II 'I'his Issue. 'I \l lc-Kmlitd> Men "I' Military Ag4I
' Taken Over the Slnrke Plant I '" former Resident' ol Marke-llrother- I recd lit I.moII Vt itli l onipnny

For Florida Branch. I j" Champ Log-Roller I II tIn>' loiintj.'s! bond election Tucs- II in-la ol N. 1) Wain" rlaht. I II Best Speller in U. S. '''"r I Int t j.I> .

I I day went over by a vote of :'M! to 1, Plant lit.s', June !JO.-Dnniel J. "
i uMipan.v' "; will uke pan lii the
Starke cunning factory will undergo and the road commissioners of that
17 died the hospitalof '
Liphnin, ailed at ,
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I II.l lit I tense< Test 1 ]>n.net. this
a thorough rebuilding and II iinini.liavu. assured the public that I l>i. J. W. Alsobrook, shortly afterWednesday
I M.II I I'? 1'ivldent ('oil ldgo f fur July
fitting this summer, to be in re-I the wonk> will bi started as soon as midnight, as the result of I
I ?111111 Duel npiain J. 1.,. fork has
ness to handle the making of high- Ii the neiobsury formalities can be complitd i! injuries sustained at 0 o'cloik Wednesday I ,
i i -Ii 'd( nun 1\ it lit 1..11 to nil mun of mlli-
grade marmalades, jams and jellies \mh. The issue! was for the | afternoon In an accident at thu
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i 1.11' .1 '1' ti. IMIII' \\ ttlt the company in
this winter, it was learned this week. ..f & the cost of I
KUIU iJ11i I ,000 to cover : plant oi the Keysville Lumber Company I'
this
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The firm of Hyslop &: Son, of Burlington the and bridge outlined i I
g r rA I mid program as | Kejsville. where he was an I .\III"",; the 1 leniuic. planned by
Ontario, Canada, has formally for thu
county. j employee The injuries were inlTietedwhen ,
nptain i'eek for his( imdvoluntciis
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closed the deal and have taken I Kesidents of Bradford
county were a stick of timber whit'h11': fur the day are drills In
over the, plant. This deal has been I MUilly interested in the outcome of i[ Lilhlll11'n.. sawing not stuck in the I na JI 1Y I Im, nun in un in Starke followed by

pending!\ for seveial months, but has this bond election, as it gives this i saw and flying back, struck the saw I a piiMiic dinner pt Klntrsloy lake and
now been dertiutcly closed and the I ection another route to Jacksonville b
: yer. The James R. Weeks Company'samLulallcl' t Iiic. uimor.will. be opened afternoon,
new o ners will have crews of at I hard road for I
men over a surfaced rushed the injured man ti> ,
I 11' d night!\ fi r dancing.I .
work in lute summer for remodeling the entire distance. It also means Plant City, whero he wan given medi.I 'I'lio call for volunteers for this day
the plant to handle the line ut products that tourists from Lake City over i cnl attention. I'
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they plan to handle this reason.. r'i I road 2t to Murkv will have two routes i itu |: Funeial services were held Thursday Agile bodied, white mulo citizens of

The company will confine their 1' the East coast, one by the way of I I,! ufteiiiiion at Dade City, with the i' Mm itln between the ages of Itt and

activities for thu tirst season to thu ( i I'jilntku and the second by Green Week Company in charge of arrangements 4.fiiiH. who rcolue that they would

making of marmalades, jams and jellies Cove :';prml.ts.. Plans have already Rev. Sam Uurrance of. .. lie subject for military, duty in the

shipping oranges, tir.ijH ti, mlimd : I been accepted fur bridging the St. II att'd. The deceased is survived by event of "eiions national emergency,

pineapples to the factoi.v' hcie
hulk und preserving them. They will I Ii and the last legislature authorizedthe Mi1 l.iphum was at one time a i from regularly iMiliatln. < V

be in position to handle the -ui.lubeiiy | I extension of the road from Green resident of Starke, and is remembered ill the X.itiiiiial iiiaid, but who, in tho

crop after the main shipping I] ( l'I" :St.; AuKUStuie. by l many of .ur older citizens. 1\11'.1 I (, cut oi u tall for active service,

season ext spring is over, Mr. Hjb- VTo AQT[ i hand No. J, us designated in Clay's N. It. Wuinwriitht!\' of Starke a brotherinlaw i II I \Miiild' lil.e to juiu and Rl'fV"llh a,

)luUiUiiLr| !\' that the Floridatiu. system ol improved roads, runs from of :Mr. Liphnni, attended thu [I ..! UTJCArTIr local National .iunrd organ 1411 lIon,

I'ciiy makes the lil'c.t! jam and jellji I Joe Mad-Wu-0-.h. 42, of CloI I Green; Cove Springs I in u westerly di- uncial I ut I 1IIIIc> City Thursdtiy., i I II me unittil in enroll .tit h c'omjninyCi.

he found on the market., i ieei.il quet, Minn., will defend his title I leitioniu Long Branchaller, and Frank Neuhau er. 11 yearn old, lli'lth Infantry, Defense Day Sat.. '

> months ago!\ a member nf I as champion log-roller In the World ill"in the northern side of kingsleylake Al"nHIOIULEI'1'UIEn I I of Louisville Ky., won a fold unla.\ July lib, iltl'li, with the express -
she linn canto to Sturke for the pur- Tournament at Washburn, Wis., then parallels the western edgeof I HlllI GALLONS:
I pn) -e of looking over the plan, and August 9 to 16. He Is of Indian the lake to the Peek road. The I)1 speller in the U S. TWO million in nureumentthat
Luke Butler June 20. no 'lIrolllntI..y\ in no wayobiiKiite
I Deputy
extraction. He won the title at The
while heiu secured a schedule of the Peek road is then followed to the school children competed
Eau Claire, Wis., last year. i lingers accompanied by Messrs. with entries, were held : themselves for tiny further
products grown in this section. It ia'i: Bradford county line, where Bradford I fools, nine
', blunt and Deputy Dice military duly, but take this actionmerely
in t':aehington.GIIAIl.1M
their intention to develop the plant 1 count}' will take up the task of COIl1- I I : to indiinto their undaritandIIIK
I concealed themselves near the JonI -
us rapidly us possible to a yenraroiind CALU'OKMA.->im) I1V ,, pliinig the hard-surfaced rued to u |I Uraunen place/ Wednesday afternoon, -- ._ -- of and ilcttiie to co-oiernte| In tho
basis, taking care of pl'ueti1l'nll D1SAS1ROLS EAK1IUJIAKE point on state road thirteen This will seeking to verify previous informa : MAN: IIADLY tent of tin- Nation'H plans for dofvimu. -
all of the truck that lake hard surfaced
proju.- can I put Kingsley on a tion. INJl'UKII IN: itl'N.tW'.tYYoungblood .
be grown in this section. I road, with connections to Jackson I I Volunteers
Parties came and left that were me naked to report
Damage in Santa Barbara Placed at
ville, Gainesville, Lake Palatka I
I I City, supposed to hnmlli the liquor. Mr. Llgo Had Left Taut Amputated Saturday morning before eleven
I'OPl'LAU S. A. L. AGENT at $30,000,000. Loss of Life and Green Con :Springs. Of tho total
GIVEN A VACATIONT. : Branncii rind party left and when us Kesull nf Jump o'clock to Capt. J. I.. Peek at the
Twelve. bond issue of Gl.VOu; ) $2iOUOu: will
I' found by Deputy. Rogers the Sludu- Front \Vnjon.SutTuriiiK armory in Starko.
be used
at' in this road.
J. Griffin, the efficient agent constructing bakor roadster was parked on the .Stiirke'a defense day program, in ...
the Seaboard station, has been given Santa Barbara, Cal., June 2U.-A Road No.1 win connect with tho road by an old house. Whon Mr. from n compound fracture which the local military! company ...

a vacation from his cxmtinu duties." ''I series of earthquakes, described by above road near Waln-r and run to Rogers made an attempt to !son !Mr. ''' "f i he left I lir Just almvo the mud volunteerH for thlit day will be ;

Mr. Griffin has the remarkable recordof survivors as rocking and swaying the Orange Park, via Middleburg, whereit Uraunen he mode a hasty get-away. 'I ankle, Liege Youimbloud, of f liiaham, iMiembled in u demonstration of

being in the employ of the Seaboard business center of Santa Barbara as will connect with the present hard Upon searching the car it was foundto was brought to Stoke last Thursday I what this led ion wmild, do In rinse of

Air Line Railway Co. for if it were on n turbulent ocean, early surfaced toad leading to Jacksonville. contain twenty irullons 1 of shine. I afternoon for medical treatment, and actual nccvttiily, is complete. Htarkuis

twenty-four years, and during that today left the !principal structures of $100,000 is also provided to be spenton | The shine and car were brought: after mi examination ut lliu wound one of the towns In Florida which

time hnj; had only one leave of absence the channel: city u mass of debris and state road number three through to Luke Butler and locked up for cvi- j I the injured member wile amputated. will observe the National Defense

which lasted for twentysevendays. ruins. The loss of life was not large, Clay county, running from Jacksonville !, dcnce.I 'I' by Drs. Biggs and Mldilleton. Mr. Day, Saturday, July 4, following the "

due to the tremor occurmg at 6:4i I to Palatka. j I Mr Rogers has been very zealous Youngblood won kept in town whore tfiiirKoHted prlJlI'rall1llIlIt/ nut troop) the ,iI

Miss Annie Darby, who i- also a o'clock in the morning and also that The roads are to be constructed 1;I in his efforts to break up the shine ,,' ho could secure attention, and TUOH- Ail.iiil.mt+ Kenerul'H ofllcu. .,;

valued employee at the S. A. L. depot the mass of ruins fell in the second I with a limu lock base of not less than business in Union county and he Is to 'day his condition had improved" to I Annie, from" the men of military "

has been granted a vacation. Mr. earthquake some fifteen minutes after I six inches compacted thickness, and be commended by e\'ery citizen such nil extent that he was allowedto "11" who will, laku part in the test of '

and Mrs. Griffin and Miss Darby expect -! the first tremor. are to have a wearing surface and return to his homo. the military xlrenirth of the tounty.conn .

to leave in about two weeks fora Estimates of the loss vary f urn tieiitment as spccltied by the board KKAL'IA: THANSFKKSj ( Mr. and Ilrll.'uunlCbltlUlllln,1 child ,I .,-time. n InniKiiiK Company O to '

lengthy stay in the mountains of i,000,000: a "consenativc" figure by of bond trustees. I woro riding in II wagon Thursday, atI I full scumstrength, American Legion ;:
'j O. L. Morgan to G. M. lumen andA. tcrnm n, and near Graham the mule members, World War Veteran
North Carolina.J. the city manager, to $30,000,000, a BOSSY RULED: OFF I J
Ware Awbrey, originally' from figure quoted by the city engineer siiir.is: I.'OULL TIME Z. Adkms 4U acres in 4022. I I become frightened and started to Spanish War Veterium, Confederate
G. M. Inmun to Clitrord I). Wiggins run. ;111'. Youngblood was unable to V'eterunM, civic and other .
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LaGrange, Ga., is acting as Seaboard Indications are that twelve lives orhunixutionn -
agent while Mr. Griffin is away. Mr. I were lost although this rests upon Election Tucsdaj Resulted in Acceptance -10 acres In 3-U-22. I hold thr anmal mid all three jumped will take purl.

Awbrey has had many years experi-Ithe recovery of several bodies assert- of Special Act by 6 to 1 Vote I Ada Thomas to L. G. Thomas-8 'from the Wagon, Mr. YuuiiKblnod'H I (C.'mpiinj "G'! will leave fur the I
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ence in railroad work and Starke is ed to be in the ruin acres in 20721. foot striking a slump and breaking : xuinmer eiicainpinent lit Caiiip Jtiiiuxtoii -
fortu-Late to have his services. Mrs. Charles E. Perkins, widow of The special election called for last Henry Gatlin to G. It. ColsonTract the levTho other members of the Jin' onville, on August 11th.

L. II. Dorsey, of Santa Fe, Texas,I the late railroad wizard, former Tuesday for accepting or rejecting of land at Brooker. family escaped serious I injury. Il'I'1'I' .
special act passed by last session of E.: :N. Walter to W. A. Jo'uteh-Lots IOLMIL; or HAtmuNM .
first trick, and Mr. Pender, second I president of the Chicago, Burlingtonand the legislature providing for the Impounding in Starke. B.M 11I1 I IIUIH ( 'OK.NhULOT ; I A h K H 1'1.N.l .*
trick, assist Mr. Awbrey with the Quincy, was declared to be buriedin (rou' .PILLING. : ; STATION:i
of all cattle found on the R. I. Uirt to links &: King-Tract
large amount of business carried on the ruins of a section of the Arlington I Secure Mcrlric: Lights, Paving
streets of Starke, resulted in a vote in 7-23, south of. Hampton. I I I'I'o
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at the Starke station. hotel. Manager A. L. Richmond K. II. Smith bpurchaMI'd the ,| and Other Improvement i
of l 11U\ to 2u for the act. I It was generally A. F. Unfits to E. L. Biggs-LoU
Mr. Griffin's friends wish for hima said that ho did i not have the slightest west side of Temple avenue and will I I
conceded that the election would in Jones add to :Starke.
pleasant vacation and trust he may hope that she escaped and debris erect a modern filling station therein Baldwin, June 2J.'foe city coun-
carry by a good majority, and many J. E. Denton to G. M. Inman- I I ill of Ualilwin
mot last nielli to
return to his duties with renewed was being removed to uncover the the near future. It Is understood con- I
for and against the special act did Tiact two miles south of Starke. suitor
plans for eluctrio
strength and vigor. body. !Manager Richmond also believed that tho structure will be built of concrete securing
not cast their ballot. Sim Kelly to W. C. Ward-Tract
lights, street! pitying anti other Im-
that Bertram: B. Hancock of Loa and) that tin contrail for tho
This special act does not apply to west of Starke I .
LARGESI' HLUEBEItlU proVBinentii.President
killed his room having building will be given within low
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Angeles, was a
dogs, a clause therein exemptingthem J. 11. Ritch and G. M. Inman to J.
FARM IN WOULD NOW been above Mrs. Perkins and demol- duys. Thin location opposite the courthouse / of tha Council; Oliver
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ASSURED TOR STATE ished. from the provisions of the proposed F. Sj chal-Tract north of Starke. I is one of the bent situated loU presided, and appointed committeesto .
law, but all ordinance relating J. II. Uitch to Frank A. Sweuy-
report at the next meeting with
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State street the main thoroughfare for a filling station In Stnrke. ,
Milton, June 21.-The largest blue- to dogs running at large on the streets Tract north of Starke. plan for securing current from Jack-

berry farm in the world, 760 acres in I: tHons, is of a its ghastly most stately avenue buildings of ruin, por-be- :' are still in force. Jay S. Brown to F. F. Stump COLLINS ritoi'Mtrv,: o*.. LEE Himville, or to build municipal plant.

extent, is being established near. Mil ing tumbled down and cornices wall LAKE; I1UILKIC HOOMINU; Lots in Jones add to Starke on Walnut LANK: HELLS I'OK 120.000 Mayor Uorman, of Miicclenny witha I
ton the Ianch of
by Berry Company, street.Rufu number nf citizens; were present
which I. B. Krentzman, of this city, and fronts shattered of practically down.all principal J. W. Townsend, president of the / Gruen to J. C.: Jones-Tract Among the larger realty deal of and it was decided to make u joint in-
is head. The concern plans to cultivate structures near Hellbronn Springs.J. the week is the reported Hale to Green
eortinued throughout Farmers and Dealers Bank at Lake vcHtiKUtion in view of netting current
The earthquake
the whole property and divide it into Butler, was a business visitor to T. Uarrett to H. A. Green-Tract Cove Springs mil Gainesville men of for both towns.
the water
menaced
the day. They
ten acre tracts eventually to be sold near Ilrooker. the J. J. Collins place on Leo Lake, Another
of Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. Townsendhas committee wan appointed
crashing out the dam ,
In that form. supply by but has I contributed largely to the growthof II. C. Baxter to C. L. Richard the consideration being 20000. Thin to one' .-.tlvetu requests| for street pnv.
Sheffield reservoir, n by-pass
What the blueberry industry, now Tract vast of Starke. property consists of UK: acres, with u Several sections of
been established to a main reservoir his home town, owning several Inl( town are be-
in Its Infancy, means to West Floridais provided' buildings there and hundreds of Edward Bums (to Julian L. Peek- frontage of 2,000 feet on Lee lake. inu opened.,
attested by the Sapp farm at Crest back In the hills! and water I of land 'besides a turpentine plant.acres Gaskms home place, Sturke. Thin l III the third time this place him I A niimbur of Improvements are already

view. The Sapp farm originally was for the city. stricken' 30.000 Inhah. Since the funnels have dropped cot- Nora E. Knox to Vonda Inman- changed, hands recently, selling ut I ntarted, the Inrifcst of which
The terror
only seven acres, on which were blue- I 1 itnnts In most cases settled down to : ton they have taken up diversified Lund> on Kingidey lake road.M. first to a Stark man fur $;iJOfl! who i (is the huililjnK freight yards, and

berry trees thirty years old. Within existence by noon, I farming and are making just as good I.. Crews: to J. L. Peek-Lands resold the. property for $4,000.( engine\ terminals. by the SeaboardAir
ten acres of. additional an emergency Lake G. M. Inman has pun huxed line following -
recent years success and he stated. Lake in 0-20, along City-Palatka Line railway.
of them living on the lawns. progress
ground were cultivated and the many Butler according to Mr. Townsend. is short route. places recently: Bias pluco 1 of In addltiun tu the visitor from
bushes on this area now are from A. B. Williams to H. A. Bishop 10 acre, J. II. Green farm, Starkey !
LOTS I.V: :NEW: also coming to the front in all linesof Maiclermy n number of business. men
four to rive years old. The farm is SUBDIVISION: SELL FASTF. building and progress.-Times- Lot on Walnut street, Starko.I home, McJohns 1 plate/ on Lake llutlur from Jacksonville and other point.

netting Mr. Sapp from $8,000 to $10- I Union I .1. Hicks to W. B. Hicks Tract road, Williams place on highway, attended the meeting

000 annually and thu revenue will A. Scott, who last week opened : I I n< ar Hampton. Fennku farm northeast of Starke, and Indications are that this town will

continue to increase as the younger up the new subdivision near the high UltOUKEK I J. G. Sparkman to W. B. Hicks- I the W. E:. Norman farm near Water. soon take Its I place 'IS one of the largest

plant reach maturity.L. school building, reports that the Iota Lund> near Hampton. oak. developments In the state. J

L. Shaw, owner of an 80 acre are selling fast, six selling before. Brooker, July 3.-C. N. Andreu and J. L. Harvey to Charles ChapperTract LAWTEY MOVEMENTOP j ; The citixens have already adopted
daughter and son, of Jacksonville,
Scott hm
blueberry Is reported to have Saturday morning. Mr.
farm near Lawtey. + their slogan, "Watch Baldwin
recently declined an offer of $40,000for ,some choice lots in a section of the I were the guests of Mr. A. J. Pinhols- S. A. L. Railway to L. M. I'eorsall CORN: BLOWING UPFor I'Grow." .

the property. town thnt is bound to develop In a :' ter Sunday. -Land. on Santa Fe Luke. the Week ending Wednesdaynight
West short time and by the use of a little Mrs Theodore Clemmons of Jack. LaadruaJ I HAITIST
Blueberries are now netting O. A. Thrower to H. C. nineteen cam of corn were shipped -
Florida growers from 23 to 85 cents printer's ink, Is selling them at good sonville, was the guests of friend J Land north of Starke. from Lawtey to the northern There I.
will be thu regular services
here
and relatives
a quart and the demand for them !I. prices. I Friday. I markets, while one car was on the
Mrs. G. B. Colson and son were vlsltorsto Ill.Gly'1ICA1ION; : NOflt:..; I held in the church on Sunday
the
several times greater than supply. siding for shipment Thursday morn-
FOURTH OF' JULY Starke Thursday. I The Registration books of the The Bible school at 10 a. m.
ing. movement of from that
STORY TELLING I TO BE QUIET ONE Lewis Shriver was attending to Town of Starke, Florida, will be open the corn I I'reachlnir at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
point I is on decrease after of
HOUR FOR CHILDREN we-made; this for business in Santa Fe Thursday.Mrs. I from July 10th to August 8th, 1U25, the most successful known.one Dr. J. J. Bui Inn preaching at both c.
I No plans year I E. E. Baxter is the guest of for the registration of Hectors. seasons Children from five to twelve years the usual Fourth of July celebrationin her daughter, Mn. Andrews In Jack. C. A. FUTCH, Prices have been !good during the entire at 7 p. m. as usual J

of aze:;: are invited to come to the Starke, it being planned to give a I sonville: for a few days.Mrs J Registration officer for the Town of season.KVA .

residence of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin monster celebration here as soon as Gray, of South Carolina, was' Starke, Florida. 7-8-2t-7-10. : NGELIS'lIC ItKOI HKUIIOOU! UiEO LAKK: ItUTLEItCiriXRN ;
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next Tuesday afternoon, at four. the road to Jacksonville is finally I the guest of Mrs. Shriver this week. I I* DEAD :

thirty, and listen to charm'.ng: stories connected. Saturday will, therefore, I Miss Hattie Weeks who has been Carr Colley, of Starke, was a visitor Despite much rain Gospel Teams Lake Butler/June 27 -M. L. McKinney -

told by :Mis Ethel Griffin. It is planned be a much quieter day than the Fourth I the guest of Mr*. G. B. Colgon for at the beach recently. Mr. Colley visited Hellbronn and Corinth one of the oldest! and well It

to have a story telling hour usually in In Starke. some time returned borne Thuriday. is a prominent student at the University churches Sunday and held services as known residents of Union county,

every week during the summer. The Mrs. J. J. Riirdon and daughter Mrs R. A. Weeks was a visitor to of Florida, and, although he scheduled.The died, this morning about 2 o'clock.

place and the name of the story teller, Was Eva Bakay, who han been visiting Starke Sunday. |II. employed in Jacksonville during hour of service at Hellbronn .;

will be announced from time to time. friends and relatives in Jacksonville Rostwell and Orrll Ward, of Jack the summer, plans to spend a great has been changed to 3 p. m. and next Wakulla County Sixty thousand

for the past few days returned onvtlle, are the guests of Mn. T. P. I deal of his time at the resort .city.I .-- Sunday there will be preaching thereat I f4llan to be appropriated roads
St. Johns-St. Johns Elecerl Company Ward. I Times-Union. that hour. in thlt vicinity

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w settlers becoming recognized us a friend of
The riavm why the early
'. the farmer. The owner of u herd of
<>( this county chose It all an abldlnlC'plUCl'
goats can have fresh meat nt all
of the excellent
was on account -
opportunities for cattle and hOlt ..".. .. .-- times, and the skins sell at good

iiii->inc, They !got their start of cattle rlces. Sheep manure from Texas n
from the praries of Alachua coun- brought here for fertilizer. Gout manure -

t v, where numerous herds roamed, Is equally as good and costs
mostly acquired from the Indiana. nothing to those who own goats.>

j Given: a few head of cows, the Brad- Angora goats hnvo been tried here

ford county man soon had a big and they do well. As they are a< easy
"bunch." The range was excellent and : to keep as the common goats and arc'
.' ) the Texas fever tick had not made Its good meat animals, they should be

appearance. The cnttle were roundedup preferred, as their fleeces! are valu
in the spring nnd the calves marked able.
i und branded During the winter n ,
I I hi,. herds wore driven to the best pus- SHEEP
f tares iibtinnable and they came out ; 'D1 +
I I in good shape in the spring. :Many i Sheep are not kept in Bradfoid

men here owned! several thousand county these days. Years ago they

i head 'u'h, and few farmers owned were rather common.They were healthy -
", less than u hundred. Even the slave and lively and increased fust But
owning planters paid more attentionto to protect( them from dogs, ItVa_
" increasing their herds than to In- necessary to have a herder with them.
t- I creasing the acreage of their fields. The large cattle owners did not !like
-. Phi beef steers wore driven to Jacksonville sheep on the range, as the cows shunned -

1 > or Savannah, und sold, or G' 1 localities where sheep had recently -
'
market. discouraged.One .

Little by little the large cattle own. may now pass over several I
ors passed away and the herds were square miles of range without seeing
divided between the heirs or sold. a single cow, and it seems a pity that
Then came the tick, which checked re- so much pasture should go to \\nste
production. Lack of attention caused It should be utilized for sheep. They

many cows to die from hunger and increase fast, come to maturity quickly
exposure during the winters The furnish mutton and wool. In sev-

I 'ilenudation" of the forests caused many \ (.iitup i ot' Pig (luh Ito, With, Prim' V ;n'IIIIIL- :Mork' 't urn ,, i','I. S. van. *ral West Florida counties, notabl>
irourishing grasses and herbs to vanish Walton, sheep are raised ill great
j Cuttle raising, aM conducted, These factories htr, 'mi 1 I I. I Iff, ,. lilt.: MU-,, In*' i..,.,' .1- i "nun n ,i, the. crub- \\ h.t km.I-, l .animals they were. numbers and are considered. profIt.
proved unprofitable, und as many animal in getting\ .. I'aW 11I.,1"1"1, i i >01 l mil, there kiu It., _. ''nnl. | 1 tin i p.i tine out ,.,I.lllJlll I. 1 I" I t me hog resembled the able.
i us buyers would accept were Is no fear of daisyii IMI I mm'i ,,y- 1 kl'uN 111'h 'til 'tt"1 It t 111 cut tar wild Ii ..ii'low, hind-quarters, high Farmers.
sold to them. The herds! dwindled toY erdone. This i is mi ideal' section ,for' lm>. alhetlone i snouths and enormous so disposed, could procure
small proportions.. such an industry, and we are confident tjkHe was a fighter and a sprinter. small flocks from West Florida pool
Ei-rfiiUi weed litoiiL.i! Generally referred their sheep and
( hire a herder Rams
Today range raising of cuttle is that it will extend. He was caught by dogs or in of
While the of beef and to as u grass belong to the would think muchof the Southdown or other large
subject A farmer
on as
conducted on a small scale only. Yeti traps.
legume family. It only on breeds. should be used for the
milk it is that should grows his of his improvement -
nough animals ore produced to supply proper we say catching dog as cow
land rich mellow sub- of the
having u deep native stock
the county markets with beef. something about the wild and tame pcny. In tracts where acrons and Shearing ill
noil. The leaves, stoma und seeds are now small
a matter, as it is done hv
Dipping vats have been established at pastures nutritious and are greedily eaten hickory nuts abounded, the hog would machinery. .
very Jacksonville
;. convenient intervals and the animals grow large; where only saw palmettos would buy
(;.1C.\SSESOf by stock. It often grows to a height all the mutton we could produce
: lire. kept free from ticks, causingmore predominated as an article of
the wild the ut' five feet und mukea the best kindof
.. I rapid increase and fewer deaths. grasses wiregrassis The diet, he wan diminutive in size. Paint POULTRY
by far the most abundant und important hay. beggar weed like the
Field pasture and roughage given root, now extinct, grew in low places
It is well named for when cowpea, improves the land it grown
them makes the beef sold in our old un, and progressive farmers sow its and was eaten by the hogs. It caused Poultry raising/ is the most com-
it Is tough and But theyoung
course.
':: market almost equal to the Western' that after seeds on land where it does not grow their bones to turn a brown color. non of all the industries here. Almost -
fatted article but much lower in grass springs up vet this hog was the pioneer's friend family
I urn the fires, Is tender, and, its nutritive naturally, in order to domesticatethis every keep some hens,
and helped him live and the even if they do
I price. valuable plant. prepare not have a garden
Is
quality probably not surpassed by
The native* cow is small and county for later comers. The general run of poultry is. of mixed
!
fives that of any other grass The ashes Of late years the Mexican clover
but little milk, though this Is of unsurpassed of the old grass, the pine needles and has appeared in the fields and has About twenty years a change for breeds. But many, both in the towns
the better took almost at
place once. and in the
; richness. This cow can live fertilize country, make a specialty
and it
cones it grows rapidly. taken complete possession where soil
The farmers
i wherever a goat can live. In the The carpet of vivid green grass, conditions are suitable. It is easily procured Berkshire and of egg production. They keen the
other
winter she will go Into the bays and improved hogs planted peanuts white Leghorns which are steady layers
i occasionally Interrupted by a clumpof kept down while the crops are being -
and chufas fatten them with and
I pull down Spanish moss from the trees Is very pleasing to the eye, cultivated, but grows rapidly later on. to ; of large eggs, non-sittors, and
trees, "rule down" small trees and. eat at the same rate that the woods be- able to stand confinement.
for the landscape resembles a huge It is well liked by stock, and where The fowls
their leaves, and tough palmetto )park, the ground has been well fertilized, came empty of razorbacks, the farmers are kept in yards enclosed hv high

leaves and, briers are accepted when The wiregrass grows in tunscks and the plant grows high enough to be smoke houses were tilled with ba- mesh fences and provided with tho

nothing else is in .sight. Yet the native the fires cannot reach to the ground, cut for hay. For soil enrichment it con, ham nail sausage They had meatto necessary sheds.. Incubators are
cow was the man's friend sell. the World War used for hatching the
1. poor so that the crowns and the thich root has no superior During but lit. "I'II'S.On .
rind to her we are indebted to the tie bacon beside the home-grown article the farms the
chickens
system are unscathed Where the When the dairy industry reaches innke a
I 'nrly settling of this county. grass is .left unburned for years, larger proportions. it surely will could he hail in the market here. good living, in the barnyards and l

" n.\ \' :" ; worthless bushes spring up anti ruin in a few years-the dairymen will be Then the innoculation against cholera flplds and require but little extra
i the pastures. When fires eventually able to have silos :No hay crops need was introduced, and the cholera reod What the farmer realizes. from
'j Once, over forty yearn ago, n Starke get into such places everything is then be lost on uccuont of ,rains, for "courge is now practically a thing of his Chickens. ,Is. clear profit for freeing
man had to get some milk for a sick consumed the stuff can lie cut green and put in the post Every Improve I breed ofhoes the fields from bugs and" worms, more
; relative The only milch cow In town the silos. :Much pasturage is now Known Is to lie ound in the than pays for what little feed is given -
was off on a vacation. Our friend Along leguminous with the wiregrass also grow edible nutritious wasted, because growing crops in one county, the farmers constantly experimenting the chickens.lliany .
hud to borrow a for a quarter, plants of in the hops if finding
pony
a field prohibits cattle from on boxes of and
herbs of which doubt eggs crates of
some no poetess
of milk. Six miles being ideal
iiiul went in quest breed.
.' medicinal virtues turned in to graze in another chickens are sent daily from
from town he at lust found a goody part of it. Such grnss could be cut Dairying and hog raising! should be railway station in the every
countv
I saniaritan/ who grabbed a cow whip. FILED GK.\SSKS: and utilized as silage practiced together fhi pigs could Egg farming Is
pleasant
\ Jumped on a pony and in course of As soon as the cultivation of a then a industry
get a start on refuse milk. The
",., I time returned. with a cow. The animal crop Is stopped, glasses spring up in I10US Fowls here are immune from the dis.

t i was tied to a post, a trace chain the fields grasses, not weeds. Originally Two years ago a local stock buyer rapid reproduction >f the hogs, and eases frequent elescwhere Our
small of her back the short time need id roach
lanlover the to
wns these grasses grew on the wild received for ma-
J an order a couple of car- mild winters do
"to make her let down the milk," and, land before it was broken up, but loads of razorbacks from a ranch in turity, as well as thor'! b'lity: one pint of liquid 1 was extracted. It were kept down by tho stronger wire- South Florida. Nut u single "wind- on vegetables and other refise makes laying if they are properly fed

;A cost ten lents which was cheap grass. in' the fields they have no spliter" was to be found in the county. raising of hogs profitable: t ..re. Green feeds, such as rye, ants, rape
: ,rough! iindi the eircunittances, but such setback.
A., treatment of sick He got the hogs, but hud to go to an cabbage lettuce, can be had the year
radium
.: I persons The principal of these urasxes is adjoining county for them. After tho nUT around. Sunflowers
\ ; would! nt the time have been cheaper and benne, the
the crapgra.sH, which glows close and animals had been brought to the stock Coats
becoming seeds
than milk tieatment.Siuh are mare and more of which are ideal r-hirlfrn feed, ,
is soft and It sometimes
nutritious
I I an absurdity, cannot be du- grows a couple of feet in height. It Is pen at the Starke depot, with ears rrmmon on the farms, and justly so. grow here with but little trouble Rut

'i.. plitated" those d.tys. Now we have greedily oaten by horses and cattle. torn to ribbons and flanks skinned, This animal makes a good living off little land and capital is required l for

\ dairies close to" every town, and they Cut while in bloom it makes excellent by the teeth of dogs that were em- the woods and buys, is not subject to the starting of an farm
egg
milk with clock' work
supply regularity hay but even after it hall gone to ployed in catching them
1 have large they were and knows how to tnkj care of itself.
fine gradedrows
They seed it is well. worth i'lIttiniIo.t: of BEES
regarded as a great curiosity by our Now when field is enclosed
inspected at intervals by a state bale every by
our farmers cut and crahgrasa
nflUer The milk is excellent nnd for forage foi tar i I' !Mat II I animals! citizens. Small boys, who had never a wire fence that keeps) goats from Many of our farmers keep "f.\\.

i rhean und is handled with the utmostcleanliness Crowfoot/ ''-s i I- m tn'\alunble befiro seen razorbacks, wondered doing damage to crops, this animal la stands nf been. hut the industry j i..

t only a fraction of what it could, and
The high food value of milk, es- --- -- should be. The
,pei uillv for children and aged and profusion of flowersall

feeble persons, is now so generally the year around nsour-s food in :
till farmer keepsone plenty for the bees i
recognize, every eel, the earn required )
or more good milch cows. lie ... under the mod
.r, ,; "' rn nrnrtiresinfinitesimal ; 's
I I has milk und butter on the table and .' (,yr.i.. '
: ream with his peaches and itraw- '" '-;" $'. compared with the profits I
'; r herries. from the honey Florida, hones

'1 j y.t\ this change fur the better came in of excellent flavor and brings a

only slowly The first Jersey cow food price.

'y i- I brought here, died soon after arrival. If tee" keeping here was general the
;; It ytii s Mipposcd! they could not stand yield of certain
the climate hut the real crops would hi increased .
was
I ; cause t ) .
,
, y. I I that in the opinion of the farmers X tl, +'t r by 25 per cent as hers I is the
"u urn was u eow"und u pampered] most effective atrenrv known for
Jersey had to hustle for a I vitIon\ transferring the pollen of the stamensto

i the range, Just like the hardy scrub N'J 'ij = the pistils, of the
flowers.Readers .
I i''>w Fur' this she was no hotter fit
,': than i is n tat for making her living outi living outside the, state

i ,f a fish pond. Eventually it became may wonder why our farmers do not

'.. plain that graded cows were worth pursue to a greater extent some ,>f
having and that they.w..re worth extia the industries
we have
,
/ mentioned
and
feed und attention. Since then which
; .' there has been no trouble. While the are profitable in other state,

dairyman prefer the graded. Jerseys, The explanation is that this stat. .

molly farmers have bred. ur native now still in the mukmir Our

w, I I rows to give an abundant supply of farmers have not yet had! time t.. ,

.. \ I milk, and as we have remarked be- "nnd" themselves Besides, "to

I fir this milk is very rich. know is not to be able" always. W.

Besides those dairymen who supply need new settlers who olrca.K know

the local. markets with milk and how to utilize the resources We< "o,, far

. ,'r..nm.. there are' others who send have neglected with ,
\ I u >hl ol ( urn in Hr.idtcird aunt > v't u.i I MiiMial Height < ,uri... .,f p.rk a SON, profit f themselves
t their milk to ice cream factories and their neighbors.



t This Is One of a Series Of Advertisements To Appear Each Week For Ten Weeks and Paid For By The Following Public Spirited Citizens of Bradford County :



BANK OF STARKE FRED F. STUMP A. M. DARBY S. R. JOHNS'C.

L. PEEK & SON, Real Estate J. W. WHITE &SONCORPENING'S DeWITT C. JONES, Hardware E. H. SMITH J.
H. and J. T.
MOORE
'.t COUNTY BANK DRUG STORE E. L. BIGGS. MD. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
; Lawtey State Bank
GROWERS ASSN. INC. W. MIDDLETON! M. D. STARKE BAKERY N. B. HULL LOUIS H. HILL

:: CO. ABSTRACT CO. .1. W. ANDREWS: JR. W. L. WALL E. W. HAYES J. L. HARRELL&SON

:,. IL MITCHELL'S DRUG STCRE GRn::,: PAIRY F. A. SCOTT G. M. INMAN W. E. TORODE1"AGR


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FRIDAY JULY 3, 192:>. BRADFORD COUNTY:: TTUJ GRAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA PAGE TORES


taken to" cun\' out the plan .CommunIt -, death brought much sorrow. I Tho I lumber business brings in
Have You a Bad:: Back? IC lm\i. In<'n named. The COin U I Mrs Corroll is survived by her :5 5,000,000.:

readyy fur lIbt nhutlon. Tho oppurtunil. husband nvo daughters and two sons, The tirnngo i industry alone pays

for ivor> person in Amerii.ii to including, Mrs. Sam Knight, of Lake' i annually three times us much as the
FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS Then Ihr Advice. of Ihis,3.. ne Real possess one ut the mills bearing tho Butler, !\Irs.lyra! Moon of New United States paid Spain:: \ for Florida

denl Will Interest You. Image of Lee and Jackson Is at hand. York City; Mrs. E. B. Uorndon of Wo have thirty thousand clear

-. ... -- This is not primarily a Southern Lake Park; Mrs Ray Park, of Jacksonville lakes fringed by trees draped In
Does your back ache night and dayi movement. Men and women in all sections ; !Mrs. R. J. Nelson of St. Spanish moss. .I
AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Kinder work; destroy your rest? of the country are interestedand Petersburg; J. A. Carroll, of Valdosta Bank deposit. are $210,000,000: or

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO Are you tortured. with stabbing\bend palm will participate, but the Southern and hugh Hall of Jacksonville.The $200 per capita.

BE BEST SUITED TO OUR CO UNTY. When 1I1.you,. stoop, lift kidneys or are weak. people haw! a peculiar interest in remains wero carried to Lake Twenty times as much capital It

Then Mora troubles) your may soon appear. the men whose deeds are commemo-- Butler, her childhood home, for thin being annually invested In Florida a* 1

Headaches, dizziness, nervousness; rated end in the completion of the funeral services and interment. in any other state, from outside" I

NOTED FARM LEADER chops, corn feed meal and corn gluten Or uric acid And its ilia. monumental memorial. It, therefore state This amounts to $400,000,000.. I

WILL, BE A SPEAKER feed--all by-products of the corn Help your weakened kidneys with e behooves the people uf the South to FLORID
AT .',\ WEEKDr. plant. This feed lacks variety, even stimulant diuretic. take the lead in the matter. The day Paper that sticks to the table top I

though it contains a !good, carbohydrate -: Use Doan's titarku Pills. testimony.Mrs. will come when these fifty-cent Lee Area 35,000,000 acres In actual may be rvmovod! by putting a few

II. A. Morgan, president of the feed and a good protein feed. I Read this. Silas Kite, Cherry St., aapl"I and Jackson coins will be preserved cultivation, 2,600,000. drops of oil un the paper and rubbing j
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and down without to These acres produce 100,000 car- gently with n soft cloth.
) Corn, cotton wheat hemp, couldn't set up or and handed. down from generation '
will be one of the principal speakers oats all furnish valuable by-producU help because of the misery through generation as something rare anl' loads of products worth $100,000,000sent i
at Farmers and Fruit" Growers' Week) for dairy feeds in the South. my back. I certainly was in a bad beautiful. north to feed people of other If a small piece of bread crust Is '
at the University of Florida August' condition. My kidneys acted too f states. put In with onions which are being
. The number is limited and no more
terrible
1015. This information/ is contained : ly and I sutfercd from paint There are 2,500 factories turningout cooked the odor of tho onions will ;
in
Mitch The coin minted '
from minted.
made Dr. EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY in my head Doan's Pills will be of manufac- not through the house.
in an announcement just by \\underful' the World's Fair $:!J.OOOOOO worth go
ell's Drug Store, gave me commemoration of
director of the AGENTS'; REPORTS
Wilmon Newell Agri- tures annually.
relief. highly prized
cultural Extension Division University -' . . J Price ROc at all dealers Donl at Chicago holders is now. will so not part with There are 1,145 miles of seacoast,, Jacksonville\ Sky scraper underI'onstriutKin
that the
of Florida. Liberty-Three barns of bright simply)' ask for a kidney remedy-got reasonable These and a Huh trade worth $U,1100,000. liHnpiisiH here maybe
"Dr. Morgan Is one of the best leaf tobacco were cured this week I Doan Pills\ -the tame that IIra.I them at any price. The mineral output Is worth unequal used us lintel building instead Of
known farm leaders /and educators and three more filled. I Kite had. Foster-Milburn Co.; Min, memorials of Lee! and Jackson will interest amount. olflce building as originally planned.

in the South, and Florida farmers Walton-Much-interest was evidenced -I Buffalo, N._Y.._- -v" have even to all a greater Southerners sentimental and in a- I
and their wives are indeed fortunate
in the satsuma meetings held quarter of u century all will be so
t in having the privilege "of hearing by specialists of the Agricultural FIRST AT STONE: MOUNTAINAS highly prized that none will be in
the Short said DI-
him
at Course
Extension stuff in the county recentIv. AT BETHEL circulation. THE SOUTHERN SERVES TUB SOUTH ,
rector Newell in making the an. I
of other sections will
pur-
{ nouncement. "In addition to being a It heartening and cheering to People
was dollar
distinguished leader, Dr. Morgan is Marion-One farmer who had a every Southerner to hear the story by chase these! coins and pay one coin.'Men

an able speaker, and will have some field of 30 acres of cantaloupes sustained Gutzon Borglum to the North Caro- and more for the fifty-cent will do likewise .
-
the South
and of
enthusiastic and uplifting mt-aaage 40 the interest women I'
a loss of approximately lina General Assembly about feela
and will also do more. They
to bring to Florida farm people. crates per acre, due to a sudden attack shown by such men as Presi- alI I responsibility -
"1Jr. Morgan is only one of u large of anthracnose and the melon, dent Harding, President Coolidge, peculiar obligation !
number of distinguished farm lead aphis. The loss was between $1,500 Senator Smoot, Senator Lodge and for the success of the undertaking.It business
recognitionhas
ers and speakers that will participate and 2000. The same farmers will also other eminent Republicans in reference is the first time such to Getting
the
in the Funnels' Week program. Outstanding lose about 50 per cent of his wa to the memorial coin soon to be been given by government
in the sixties.
South
of the
leader
men in the agricultural fieldof from anthracnose andis things: the ;
termelon crop offered. It was proof of two
i the South and even men of national pretty well convinced that it paysto First, that the name of Lee is HO revered the If the coin Smith and should the l enterprise fail to purchase should for the Southern

; prominence will be present spray. as to bring tributes from men of
be mis.
it would.
for
lag any reason,
"The committee Is hardat
program ability from all parts of the country t i
Farmers have had a understood all over the country.
Alachua
work excellent -
preparing an pro- and second, that these eminent Republicans should
gram that will fully cover every very successful season throughoutthe of the North could not be Therefore, every Southerner
phase of Florida agriculture. Amongthe county. Cukes and potatoes sold influenced by any belated feeling of be ,proud uf the privilege of insuring I Every employee of the Southern Railway .

sectional programs to be includedare well ,and the yields were good. Watermelons sectionalism.It the success of the proper distributionof traffic solicitor.
is
I System a
the coin.
home economics, livestock and have been bringing fair that
prices, and and eggplants is an epoch-making event AH fur as North Carolina i is concerned -
farm crops, horticulture, including peppers
the Federal government has minted most, The and women in the
citrus, truck, pecans, subtropicaland are moving in carlots. though many, perhaps 60,000 men
of the Con-
the heroes
coins honoring of its people were partisans of Gut-
realize that
other fruits and poultry."In Southern organization
America. It is almost -
OkeechobeeOkeechobee county's federate States of son Borglum and regret the turn affairs -
the near future we hope tu exhibit at the Florida pageant of as significant as the reuniting look it should do what it hasalwny. their own prosperity depends on the

have a fuller announcement concerning progress at Atlantic City N. J., was of the partisans of the War of the .. done-be first in the supportof railroad.
the activities of the week. I' of the
when prosperity
+ very successful and received many Roses. It foreshadows the day the distribution of these Stone
"i would urge that every farmer and the Eastern will honor all brave ,
favorable comments in American history first at
Mountain coins it wait
as
his wife who can possibly do so make' sixties without ref- That is why your friend or neighbor,
Americans of the the
newspapers. [lethe!. More! soldiers served in
plans to combine business with pleasure erence to whether they! fought in the Confederacy from North Carolina who earns his livelihood in this railroad
by attending Farmers' Week at Pasco-The attempt of the dairy the Confederate armies.
Federal
the University, August 1015." association to put milk on the St. That day or is materially hastened by than 11110.there That were record voters and in the the courage Statein service asks you to travel and

SEEING: 'I ilk; \\OIU, OK TilE Petersburg market in open cans met the order of the government to mint they displayed caused Lee to say: ship via the Southern.
with failure, and refrigerator cans
by
the coin for the beautiful design i
TWO CLUH SHOUT COURSES I that "God bless North Carolinian
are being substituted. I feel sure
Gutzon Borglum. Let the State mobilize to carry the Every one of us in the Southern organization -
this will solve the problem, and that regretted I
(By Spuds Jennson; The whole South deeply Stone Mountain Memorial campaign
Talk about pep and enthusiasm Interest shipments will be continued. the serious differences between Mr. over the Uq). It in an appeal that has a personal interest in ,

and alertness, and other evidences I.ake-Montverde-and other sec Randolph and Mr. Borglum over the should be answered with enthusiasm. giving efficient and courteous servicethe I
of wide-awakeness I have market- Stone Mountain Memorial. Each had Raleigh (N. C.) News-Observer.
tions of the county are now of service that will make
just seen two good-examples. My boy ing fine grapes, which are nettingthe his partisans. This paper regrettedthe kind ,I
and girl are both in club work and as growers a good price. friction and the consequent result. :MHS. CA RICOLI., FOIC.MKIC ItESI- friends and get business for the '
luck would have it both won scholar- It believed a way should have been DKNT: OF LAKE I1LTI.KU, DIES

ships to their short courses. The boy Osceola-Many of the own- found, by which to enable Mr. Borglum I Southern. "
spent the week of June 8-13 at the crotalaria grove as a to complete his masterly conceptionto VuldoBtu, Ga., June :U.-MrM. A. O '/
ers are trying out
her
University of Florida and the girl this and it Is which he hud given so much time Carroll, 05, died Tuesday at
cover crop summer
ill-
home in Lake Park following
spent the week of June 12-19 at the starting off in fine shape. and so much heart Interest, an ,
Florida State College for Women at I But-men and brethren-the controversy ness of three months. ,

Tallahassee. I went by Gainesville to I . should not be permitted to The deseased had been a resident ol +

nee the boy and then went on up to HOME DEMONSTRATIONAGENTS' stand, in the way of the Immediate, Lake Park for eighteen years rcniov.

Tallahassee where the girls were. I ; REPORTS carrying* out of the policy adopted ing from Lake Butler Fin., where she 1
Those boys, mine and about 135 with reference to the memorial coin was reared. She wan a member ol
the Methodist church and highly esteemed
others from 20 counties of the state, Sumter-The 13 girls, who in ad- The bankers over the South with a
whom
were having a nevertobeforgottentime. spirit beyond all praise, have under. by a large circle to
I dition to one local leader and the I __
H
Staying in the dormitory eat. home demonstration agent, attendedthe I

ing in the mess hall, receiving! instruction : short course, are very enthusiastic -

about the campus by specialists over the short course and are resolved -

of the College of Agriculture'l to work harder. so they can at-

they were regular tend again next year. ,\- ord Puzzle 1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
Cross-
the week. And they! learned a lot of Our

things about good farming that they I Volusia-One man reported his to- .

will long remember. matoes to be wasting for lack of a .e '
Both the girls and boys were divided I market. With the assistance of this
, into groups for instruction, so office his tomatoes were saved. Part This cross-word puzzle was arranged I should. complete it in that time. It is ,

that one instructor would have only II of them were used in demonstrations by Mrs Katherine E. Schober. We really one of the easiest puzzles we .*.

1 as many us could be taught to ad- part sold and part canned, made into hope we weren't the cause of a divorce have ever published although you

\ontagc. Both were provided with relish, mincemeat, and catsup.TaylorArrangements in the family and that Mrs Schober will find several rather catchy wordy.didn't .

L recreation and amusement to keep burn the dinner. At any rate All the definitions are clear, though, ..,,.
the time from their have been for at least twenty land we are sure you will find it very
is good
hanging heavy on the puzzle Built Quick Will Build Them
AutomoblUf Am ,
I club Better
Wh.n
hands. The boys had picture shows completed for a six-day county minutes pleasure-and everyone ..nierestinir.HORIZONTAL -
and organ recitals and on the last ,, short course beginning June 25, and '- ( r.eNo.

day a big swimming meet and picnic 1 those planning to attend are looking IPSf 1 2 3 c t S
forward to it with much interest. 1 a? 23
supper at Poe Springs. The girls had

the playgrounds supervisor from DeSoto-This-has been a red letter 5 y 1 e i .

Jacksonville up there to supervise week for the 19 girls from this county -

them In their play,which was conducted I who attended the short course at w n + rsH
at regular hours each day. Each the State College for Women. They

night the girls had some kind of interesting will long remember it, and every one io 17la
and entertaining programat will try to do better club work in the )7
the College. future.
When my boy and girl got back f 19.o
home the short courses were all they CltruRequest for food conser. a

could talk about for a long time, so I vation demonstrations come to this L Lt 21a
know they must have enjoyed them, office daily, and I am gratified at the S

and I believe they; got a lot of valuable Interest along this line. Frequent
training us well. I hope they win demonstrations are given. .t.tro r

scholarships again this year so they
Lake-The work and training the'

courses ran "attend. next summer's short 21 girls from this county received V te to!3: Why is

while at the short course in Tallahassee -

A VAUItm: OF FEEDSNECESSARY: means help not alone for these ss it that there are

: FOR COWSA 24, but for every club in the county.

These girls inspire those who did not more than a million
variety of feeds i u essential in attend with the broader and bigger
through nonIT "
U. To force air
makmu up rations for dairy cows. club ideas they received at the State Buicks in today?
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A grain use
Iinirfecdi should come from as College for Women.St. 1. Possessive pronoun I
kinds of plants as possible. Iti 4. Political Party (abbr.) 17. To grow old

many- had practice fo use more than one Johns-The first of a series of 7. Used in eating 2\\). Used ti" keep" cool

kind of mill feed from the same grainor institutes in which all county workers 10. Negative I' :21. A stair Ans

seed, in combining a concentrate or cooperated was held recently. The 12. Before :!2. Frozen vapor
grain feed. program was given by the county 13. Therefore i I 1 :.19.:) Because er: Because Buicks are

the welfare workers, nutrition- 14. Walked 26. Opposite "f utr
short nurse
bran and wheat ureoften
Wheat material finer than : 2H.: Rivur in S'lUthcin. ('|','in.I with buyers
included in the same dairy ration let, and home demonstration agent. 16. A rock !grave always popular new car
of the 18. College Degree 1 :ii'.i.!!I Eifviluin: | Vim' (;toot(1
Both are by-products WORlIIIMiTOX: SI-KINGS; '
wheat plant The shorts do not con CHANGES HANDS ID. Depart and also because Buick's dependable

tain any elements of food that are 20. Convulsions; spasm. I II REBATE D E!c D S
not found in bran. Shorts are inferiorto A recent real estate deal of much 22. Slave or servant I II I I 6 L Y 5 Prft N9AY construction results in a much longerlife

good wheat bran an a dairy' feed, interest to the people of this section 21. Preposition Ell
says Hamlin L. Brown, extension was the purchase by J. L. Matthews, 25. Measure of weight ,I OA S LAE for Buicks than is ordinarily the

dairyman for the University of Flor [of Bland, and A. A. Matthews, of 27. Toward uDD
Ocala, of Worthington Springs from 28 Mister( (Spanish) q 5 5OL of service of a motor car.

ida.It is not profitable to try to substitute I. F. Lamb. The sum paid was $50- 30.( Border of the mouth YfRiC span 4

wheat shorts for corn meal or 000. They expect to improve it and 31. Pale VERTICAL PICKS

some other good carbohydrate feed. no doubt but Worthington will become 't T f DH

The dairy cow must have such feedsas a very popular and up-to-date 2. Exists NU I A AF COMPANYJ. F
corn meal to produce energy for resort in a short time as it U a sulphur 3. Hurried S COR LAKE CITY BUICK
Female Animal plural MO
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work just as the locomotive must spring and has other medicinal M. Smith, M.Mg.r. '
5. Suffix to for plural C N I. G Ni sb"When
coal crude oil, wood or some properties.Otmond .
have ,
other carbonaceous material to pro- 6. An insect N T EER ORp Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties _

that sires the energy to -Tourist and Commercial I 8. Conjunction I, NE RvI will build them
duce steam built. Buick
hotel to be erected her at cost of 9. To bow bead quickly I better automobile are

pull the train. I 11 Cavity containing: the eye .. .
$300,000. ,
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JACK PODB BRADFORD COUNTY TBLBGRAPn. STARKH. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY S, 1925.ir. .
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TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES which have sadly lacked development, : newest,'for the past few years have conditions favorable to their grow
e 1f WILL TRANSFORM CEUAU KEYS will be opened for improvement Cedar worked changes almost magic. To the Hundreds of lakes and rivers are all
-smIif? Keys will be given a large field from. visitor there is an endless variety to with fish and ducks; in the ware
While Has
Fishing Village Prospered which to draw its commerce. enjoy. The live oaks, which were game; a thousand miles of sh<|
Without I'roper Kail Service, young when Christ was born, their on ocean and gulf afford sea bat
ptationS' I Advent of New Line Will SEABOARD RAILWAY branches pendant with hanging moss'; in January; the winter climate rlv
tr'r ':" Aid-Progress. AVON'T OPERATE BUS palms by millions, lofty pines, .giant that of the Mediterranean.. In m j
LINE IN FLORIDA cypress, and all manner of wonderful I states the hunting season beginsthe
Three important factorsgeographical
semi-tropical growth, blend their tourist season ends, but in Fl \ MRS. FISHER I li-mandcd. Ucation, natural resources, Motor Traffic Own Rails Will lie
I Ik.F on
r' and the
reversed
odor with ocean breezes. Miles I ida this is spor
TO "Why, yes, but I'll tell them I was and transportation destined to upon
\ Tried, However, Capps Says.
miles have been cleared, and'where man has both fresh and salt was
mistaken. mould Cedar Key, paradise on
unsung -
: r, "Yourself!" was-Elite's "Ahl I the creulty of it, the unfair the West Coast, into one of the most The Seaboard Air Line Railroadwill recently existed an almost Impenetrable fishing all winter, with abundance
jungle have appeared rich farms, ducks, geese, quail, wild turkey dejl
I could lee them, the eager commercial cities in Flor'
important bus line Florida
Iwer. not operate a in ,
,.I I with which older tear In- producing two and three crops per and bear, within an hour's ride fro
women
\ Mrs. Fisher rose in ida. it was said by Charles R. C'npps executive i year. Orchards of orange and grapefruit his hotel. If he enjoys pitching a
t, I "Really, you are particles a young girl's reputation. Given the proper development, anJ vice-president of the Seaboard, and plantations of pineappleslend motor boats, 2,000 miles of cola
I could hear them and
exchanging
I 4 what do you mean?" she that element seems! assured with the I who stopped in Tampa on his way to charm and variety to the summer sheltered waters invite him every din '
f "There's no use I each time exaggerating the story. sale of virtually the whole of the com- Sarasota, where he will remain a day in winter months Land that the year.-Popular Mechanic!
: \ about it," BUie's voice was | "She would< teii them that she wasmistaken" munity to a fet. Louis syndicate of short time before retaining to his has been gathering rich deposits of Chicago.To .
,w ?, '! I calm but in her eyes, I as Lf that ever lessened,had the capitalists during the week, Cedar I headquarters In Norfolk.An dying vegetation of tens of thousands
damage. Already, telephones will vie with all old-established attempt to operate a bus line, '
glint of bitterness, of lost Key of
years and which rivals the fertility make a head of lettuce crib
the bit of
humanity and of a love that carried juicy gossip over ports on the Gulf for steamer trade. he said, would not be practicable for
'I the wires. And at the same hour, the of the Nile and Euphrates, has without using ice, cut a thin strip ot)
ed to ashes. I Too, the village with its myriads of the reason that It is not properly the
i Church Circles and Sewing Cocleties been drained to grow early fruits and the root and place the lettuce in
sand-white islands, will prove an attraction I business of a railroad to leave its
"Just this, she vessel with sufficient water to
would have it. vegetables which find a welcome mar- cove
to touiists. Nowhere in Florida 1 llIes.; He admitted that some roadsin
r are the sort of woman I And father and Curtiss Wright I ket in the snowbound north. Camphor the end of root. Cover the head wit
the North had local de-
I is laid such an ideal setting for a arranged a
\ t herself to husband"go" mentally How glad Anne Coddington would be resort. Situated liko a gem three livery of freight from stated pointsby and indigo, cocoanut and pecan, find I u slightly dampened cloth.
I had her so long
+ ; him fixture. when she heard the ugly story. miles out in the blue waters of the means of motor trucks and the he
regards as a
ry 4 no excuse for it, especially What was it Curtiss Wright hud Gulf, this picturesque fishing villagehas believed they had found the method
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I for haven't even told me, "You who run in poppy served as a play-toy for wind and successful. But there is no call for
!' like you husband longs fields are so drugged with the perfume tidu.. The elements have woven a pat- 'such an arrangement in Florida" with
J panionship your of someone and color of the petals that It'. tern of indescribable beauty cuttingup I the present population and volume of You can saveHundreds
i discuss subjects that are almost impossible not to get lost in the land into small keys and con- business, which he claims can be adequately
entertaining. Oh, I don't the mazo of blowing blossoms." necting each with winding water- served With the existing lines, j Dollars
mittee meetings and refuge "Get lost" yes, that was it. For ways. I he said. I I of
with the abroad all the loveliness What the Seaboard does to''
; starving Russians. I story Then, the natural resources, Cedar intend
t of 1'fe!' was fleeting. EverywhereI'd Keys has long been recognized as one do, and has been experimenting with,i:
scintillating, responsive TVTe believe the Michelin
be conscious of sly glances and of the most important fishing villageson I is to establish a traffic on its own i new
I He can talk about the V
', Flan at the office. He'd ( surreptitious nudges freighted with the Gulf. Sea food from this point rails of motor cars for local passen- I Comfort Cord will revolutionize
n what you think of "Iron meaning. One moment of malicious l is shipped to markets throughout the ger and baggage service, Mr. Capps all motoring. Twice as
\ what Michael Arlun] meant 1 scandal and the whole future of a South. The land surrounding the village said. While this already has been I big as ordinary tires, inflated
said she had a "pagan 1 young girl's life could be changed & ill heavily timbered with cedar.A tried to some extent on the Seaboardthe to less than half the pressure,
-r :, ChUolhurst mind. He from sunlight/ to darkness." valuable oil, removed from this results obtained have not been it cushions cars so perfectly it
few clover stories I did not arise when Mrs. Fisher tree, has a national market to supply. satisfactory. Heretofore the motorcars
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will hundreds of dollars
along with his caviar- departed. I sat staring out at a tree Manufacturing is a thing not unknown in use have not proved equal to save you
resume of YOUR beside a window. It lifted it's branches to the village. Several hundred the task of transporting widely in carupkeep and depreci
the past twenty-four and in its top was a bird's nest- I| persons are employed inthe brush fluctuating amounts of passengers I ation. It fits present rims and
that little symbol of peace and safety factories there. And soon there will and baggage. They have not been so costs about the same as
word.Mrs. Fisher hung on That was the kind of love I had I be a new plant of this character established flexible in capacity as 'a regular I ordinary tires. Will you come
wanted. My little nest. My mate. there. It will employ 1,000 steam train, which may carry added
, "Has[ he discussed our Children. All the time these had. workers. cars and thus care for any variationin in to see it? >
with you, Miss Mitchell? been the things had desired and yetI I Transportation i is the key that will volume of traffic.
ut least, inexcusable and had thought that all this reckless unlock this wealth awaiting develop- Mr. Capps annonuced the acquisition -i Smith's Garage
against good taste for : romping hAd been a necessary prelude I ment. And that factor seems assured of a new type of motor car cap-
yourself, can find no through/ which I could pass unscratch- With the announcement of the able of hauling one or two trailers,
tj "So the shoe fits, does husbnnd1"I ed and untarnished I Greater Tampa Investment Company which will allow for variation and in- / STARKE I II II II II II II II II II Ii

IN flung back at her, 'really, In spite of my continued frivolity, that Cedar Keys and Lukens had been crease, and the railroad is trying/. it
I meant to be personal. It Curtiss had, evidently, not ceased to ( sold to the St. Louis syndicate ]last out with a view toward improving
,,, thing that happens when love me. Why, he had even sent me week! came the report that a railroad local transportation along its lines. i
your husband's age begin ]lilies of the valley the morning of would soon penetrate the West Coast. Mr. Capps, who held a conferencewith
side their home for my departure for Miami. Bob Clieno I This line will tap Cedar Keys. Tent. State Railroad Commissioner I
"You seem to have a with had said that upon my return he I alive plans, It is said, call for the Jackson at Jacksonville before coming -
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I formation on the subject. would be tired of Anne and would be railroad to establish a yard and shop to Tampa, said present railroad
"I've been the object for waiting for me, the past foolishness there. travel in Florida is the heaviest he I
fessions for several forgotten Not only rail lines will enter the had seen at this time of year. This he I
P j admitted, 'and yet, Hut not now. Not with the weightof I prolific territory, however. Two attributed to the phenomenal growthof
: I have not been immune this sordid scandal resting heavily steamship companies have drawn up the state I

flattering attention." upon my shoulders.It plans for establishing a terminal .
I "You mean?" was so far from the thing I had there. The United Fruit Line transports BEAUTIFUL n.OKIIV .

t "That In my affair, wanted. Out there, the soft blue of will ply between Honduras and Florida, with good claims] for the I I MICHELIN
S Personalities are the twllght, the sweetness of God's Cedar Keys. Their merchandise will oldest settlement in this country Is I I
1!., only dealt in them to give good, clean air, the lighted green of be transferred to rail at Cedar Keys one of the newest states in point of I I ,. Comfort Cord
Your
benefit of my experience. the trees, bursting with fresh buds. and dispatched to Eastern markets. devclopmen. Perhaps it were more accurate -I f Jimd car mil cnti if h. yl 9,
"Thank you, I think I like little buttonieres upon the By 'this method of transportation to say it has been one of the wuluw cnu r, ,,
r better," she sold branches. fruit companies intend to slash several r .asenwn- l _

g you believe I could win Springtime 1 1I 'I hundred miles off of the distance -- --- -- --.--- .- ----------
: back if- I could only sit silently without an from farm to market. Heretofore they I
"Certainly, if you want have been compelled to use New Orleans .
might! as well added, (To bq continued.) as a terminal.

I" wouldn't. BRADFORD Government experts have recently
"But what must I do pronounced Cedar Keys harbour ns
episode and-" Bradford, July 3.-Misses Crlstine one of the best on the Gulf. Now, withno
a "I would suggest that Young and Doris Cain, of Plant City, improvement whatsoever, the har-
C gize to Snllie." spending a few days here with bor will accommodate a steamer
; "No, no," I Interrupted, their cousin, Miss Lucille Harrell.I drawing twenty-seven feet. I
I scarcely necessary and Mack Hough, of Clayno, spent One steamship line, it Is said, will
i doesn't make any I Sunday afternoon here with friend. transport nothing but lumber from i
,! voice was peculiarly Intless. I Bill Conerly was a visitor to Starke the timber area around Cedar Keysto
things I suppose, had I II Sunday. Tampa and the South Coast terri- "
y I I swift succeR ion. I Missus Lois and Toledo Gainey tory. Several thousand-acre tracts of 'V
!' "But, if she's innocent the guests of Miss Jewell Con- pine, cypress, oak and other hard parr .
her fault, I AM sorry and", erly Sunday afternoon. woods exist in the section. There l Is a ,
I\. tated, looking down at the Mrs. J, V Edwards and daughter, vast amount of virgin timber there.
'I slipper. Virginia, of Tampa, are. spend- With a new railroad penetratingthe
"Yes, what is It, Mrs. ing some time here with her son, A. territory, steamship companieswill
Baked, sensing trouble. I' Edwards. be In a position to obtain reason-
"I'm sorry I mentioned ) Bob Brooker, of Waldo, was a visi-! j I able rail rates through competition. :
JI to these friend with I here Sunday. Freight rates, heretofore, have made =
staying. I was so upset W. II. Ilarrell and daughter, :Miss the use of this port prohibitive. I I II
help It. Really, I couldn't. I' were visitors to Gainesville Not only will the Immediate territory -
.. "You mean you told l I I rounding< Cedar Keys be bene- ,
thing about np- character O. W. Berry was a visitor to La- fited by the advent of the railway,
I nected mv nnmo with your I .' Saturday afternoon. but sections to the north and south,

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ne the words now necessary to tell you of the happeningsand

developments each week. But who wants to wait a

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....., !Various seasons" of the year and ,1110'5 THIS? Association Handled' 92.000,000 will take stops to call an election on

either\ mu.t be sold immudiuuly! I 01ullowi.l I run.1! t t'rt..rill MI.niciNr. win Hastings, Juno 28 Business issuance of 91,000,000 in bonds for
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph f I to KO to waste \\ili I: the t flo "hnt wo rli m fir' It- i your xvntomt .i.insiutions uKtrrcgutiiiK nearly $2- municipal improvement Of thin
fish fit'', ..ing department of t....' pl.ut t r Catarrh "r 1ifn caused by t iiiiO.OflO wont through hands of the sum $:.1511.000 would be used for ex-
in opeia..un dealers will be permitu.l 'll\l.l.-S CATtltllll I .1111-1X0! co.,- Hastings Potato lirowers' Associution le .-''on of the sewer and water sys-
r.Li'.si all fish in storage to mma, of an Olntm.t nirh auk>> I this to $.60,000 for streets parks and
\ t to place surplus kollovra the entarili ..,",matl"n. nnS"HI \ season according. reports U'ms ,
News be shipped at any time during the Internal Mwllrlni-, a Tunic, which submitted at tho annual meeting: of >sidewalks> n ml UIO,000 for a municipal -
.'t. through the )1".1, on the| MIKOIII"urfarai the
t urbanization here electric plant.
L.......ef...._ aB.j.riaiM MiMiMI..._.. .1..M.M.a..1..w.a.J ; enr. thus restoring normal condl- "
: Plans. for a ,park about the municipal -
I Tampa-Relaying of the tracks of "tonRnlil by dpnitirliita" for ( Sawmill\ t due hey 1 water
plant contemplate construction
Told by Our F.. Tb1Co..aOhlaroute -
Exchange J. Chenwr Co.,
Railroad be-
the Sealmuul Air Line Ceilar Keys, June 2N.l'on..truc.I of u baseball diamond and
tween Tampa and Urooksville hits I i lion work upon the new sawmill bo- athletic Held among other things.
been started and will be completed in alone delays the starting "f the, ing erected here by the Standard -

;)Lutlcnny-Jess[ Hurvey is in jail the crop. They have agreed to increasethe ninety days, according to J. W. work Lumber Company of 1.1Ouk, is beIIIIT City Planning[ Hoard

I.i i ,jinicction with the fatal shootingi acreage to this crop next plantingseason Booth general agent of the Tampa rushed, and It Is exported the V't'i'o, June :18.! --An ordinance providing
i .-: :iturday of Jesse Burch, 23. beginning about January 15. : Northern Railway a subsidiary road. Tampu-Mra. J. L. Whipnle, "au htcr.inIaw plant will be in operation within. the for establishment of a city
Corn is being planted now on the He also said that work would begin on of George I* Whipplo, assistant next! few weeks. It will have a dailyrapacity planning and zoning Commission. under
.Pt n-lI-al'lJa-T[ hearing on the ap- I land from which the potatoes were the 22-mile link between B rooks vi He manager: of the Mason hotel of 2 .OOO) feet. provisions of the charter of tho
p.noon I : for abandonment of the harvested. and Inverness when the Tampa injr Jacksonville, gave away her four- -
city of fern hunch is being drawn
.\r.Illu'HI., Florida and Gulf Railway, I I stretch is completed. Mr. Booth said months-old girl Jean, because, she New' Tampa Corporation for the council
presentation to city
.i J"mile> road was nuulo before II. I Orlando-One man was injured the intention of the Seaboard, company i I said the child annoyed the father, it Tampa June 2X..-The Tampa Industrial at the earliest 1 pnxsidle. moment The
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t II.IMS of the! Interstate Commerce and another narrowly escaped injury was to use the new route as a I was learned when the circuit court Corporation has been organ Vero RealtyBoard) and other cltliensI
i ,iimi'sion. As there was no opposl- when two switch engines in the Or- second outlet! to the north from this judire ordered the child returned to i ised with a view to creating( a Imw icuugniziiiK the importance of the

tl'u" to. the abandonment the aupllca- lando freight yards collided. The Injured section connecting at Inverness with : its parents., The foster-parents were industrial venter in Tampu' anti to obtain (I city planning amiOHIIIK' Idea are urg-
i "I i. i i- likely to be granted. man is Fireman Chas. Hender the tracks already in use as a branch I .I lr. and Mrs.I D. Williams, of St new enterprises. The' concern 1, I inn: that the council act speedily 1 upon

:-t 1. p.t"I'sbur-Ai'tlr;; : lying for son, of Orlando. lie was rushed to a line. A railroad station and storage : Petersburg) The elder Whipple came I will work in connection with tho industrial the ordinance. in order that the

I I.. I.t i under; two feet of sand, the local hospital where physicians say yards will be built at Sulphur to Tampa to see his son and grandchild department of the Tampa City Planning[ anti Zoning Commission -
that the extent of his injuries suburb the S. A L. I heard tho confession that
10 "I" s of two little newsboys oneI\ can- Springs\ a on and Board of Trade. _____ might begin its work
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not yet be determined. Engineer P.I the child had been abandoned. He
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were tenderly '
d| tiom. shallow which R. Lyles of Sanford, escaped injury.,, Tallahassee--Jordan B. Royal 01' took the cane into ,'ourt.VilIlams had :Municipal lluthinx Reach i Ihl> >loIIII.H Rend Issue
a
they
., grave, by jumping from the cub just before I Nassau county today was appointed I tiled\ a petition for the adoption of I Vero June :N-'rh! city of Vitro,
I d June :2M.-Citizens! of
playfully' : started n+ a "cave" not I by Governor Martin to the position liny 101 in,
the trains met. The engineer and fireman the but had not completed thepaper will establish municipal' bathing
baby, ) \ a ,
.li.I, ,.ininy, <: they, were modeling their of and fresh water fish commissioner Dll.Vtollu are t x1'a,'tit'd soon to have Mt.
of the other train remained in game recommendations of
) beach If n committee -
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i \ n t nth, I opportunity to vote t on n bond issueof
I II the cab but were not injured. of Florida a new department from the Vero Realty Hoard
I $800,000( ) for expansion of Day-
created by the 1U25\ legislature. The
1 I' 1. 1'ireoe--Steady headway U be- Jacksonville-Two-of the largest curries, of $4,000. Cecil I the territory, steamship companieswill arc adopted by the city council. The tonn's schools. Of I the east :tt.'iU!: eltl-
,ii,, niaile nn hurdxurfucintr the unmpleted ) post a salary be in a position to obtain runsonable committee favors purchase of a
I asked si
and 1
I land deals in the history of North L. Phillips, of Tampa, will be his. zi-ns nppioached to ..n
IdOl and S250
link in State 1 rail rates through competition. I strip of beach ISO feet v the eleition i refused
: Florida petition only one
were consumated in the sale chief
11. t tut ni Ft. Pierce and Ok"chOh"e,1''of 5U6.000 acres for a reported deputy. I. Freight rules heretofore, have! made feet deep i adjoining UciiohUuiil boulevard !- to ulllx\ his signature

.in,,1 l I i ilu, indications are 'sideration of approximately $ con'j Madison-A shade tobacco deal of the use of this port prohibitive. I Of the proceeds from sale of the

-h\ "uil I I.,' completed by the first ofOitilier 000, according to an considerable importance was eonclud- i Not only will the immediate terri- Southern Hell-in New Uuildin"lh'llIndo I I hands il is planned I to expend $''1115-

i providing\ a paved load all made through the offices of the All- here, when Sam Ottinger, of the Ot- tory surrounding C'eilnr Key be benefited June US).-Permit for erection 1 000( .. for construct) of first units ofI
1''K. u.ibetween Ft. Pierce and OkeeLhee. Florida Realty Company 223-225 tinger Tobacco Company, of Philadelphia by the advent tif the railway, of a building bare by the South .I I six new buildings while- tho rumain-
West Forsyth street. The /first trans and York. Penn., purchased but sections to the north and south, ern Hell, Telephone and Telegraph'111111'I $!<05OIID) will I lie used to construct

Utalu-Marion-;county;; ; has been action was the purchase of 221,000 the crops of seven tobacco growers in which have sadly lacked development! Company to cost $200,000 has been additions! to t the buildings as thoy arc
acres of land located in Columbia[ and the vicinity totaling ninety and will 10"l opened for improvement Cedar issued I I needed.
( I-" -i'n hy the Ford Motor Co., of De- I i, acres by the city building department
tint, iii one of the Florida sectionsto Baker counties. The acreage is most- estimated to yield 115,000 pounds) of Keys will be lIven a large field from The structure will be of brick s
.lii. u-cil in experiments as to tho ly in one solid piece and begins ,ibout I tobacco. The tobacco brought seventy which to draw its commerce and hollow tile three stories in ( .\1.1' FlltIN'Wl'IUSr[ I
tIVIIg' of rubber plants, it was un I thirty miles west of Jacksonville. cents a pound the highest price since height! Ground will be broken Aug.\ ,: 111'\JoL: SLUMPS! WHILE
I ;\llumi-A 4-year-ultl 1 girl I wan killed I 1.'I.mlllliUE:8: AIIBAIIJiifkKoiivllle !>>
the being fifteen twenty-five '
nouiu eil i here by officials of the organ- war, to list I.
Tampa-Extra guards have been I when fcnr-cruzed horse hauling -
rents a pound higher than last year's a
i/uliun. The trees to be planted I Ine.lInd
are placed inside the walls of the HdU- price.St. heavy loaded ice wagon ran up into New. Town Site and Hotel June "U.: Tourist
fJlI ode a tract east of near this Silver Springs, six I I borough county jail after Sherilri, i the )yard 1 where the girl and her small June 20-A town site and travel in the stale of Florida has Increased -

; city. fliers stated an effort had been made Augustine mass meeting other were at pluy. Ruth Rvelyn' recreational, center will he developed roo per cent over last year

.-;'bung-Thu second bust amateur by u small band uf men to remove I teas held at Hastings to discuss the I Wickman, dautrhtei of Mr. and Mrs. ami a large result hotel' will he built while, tourist travel during the past
laitio station in the stute is located from the institution. Alfredo Blanco, marketing of the small, or No. 3 potato (Oscar II. Wickmun, was crushed beneath at Do Leon Springs as a result of the I six months last decreased 50 percent
here It teas erected and is owned by accused of shooting a policeman. which has in the past been causing I' the wheels of the wagon us the purchase of the springs hy the li. K. ; in the state of California, says
Frank Warren who operates it. lIe Blanco whom police say is a cigar the potato belt large louses horse wheeled again into the street Conway interests of Chicago. Thc nn nnnouncenient issued hero by V.
has ieceived and sent messages from I strike sympathizer) shot and wound. through lack of a good market fur after th'e wagon had been I'"rtillllytopl'd I property) was sold last week by [0'. N, I I n. L. Robinson, business! manager of

all over' the Unlt'dtatcs.:; Canada I ed Policeman Gullettc Thursday the smaller grades. A quarter of a'' by a tree The baby died on Conrad, of Daytona and IJeLnnd, the ,, the American Motorist, the official
and Cuba. He has also been heard as night. Sheriff liters claimed he saw million dollars Is lost annually as a 'i the way to the hospital. The mothersaw transfer Involving 2,000 acres! of'I publication of the American' Automobile -
fur auay as Hheims! France lIe wasicienlly more than 16 automobiles assembled direct loss from inability to well the t the entire tragedy from the ,, land and the consideration tees said I I I '\SIll<'llltl"I1, Mr. Robinson Is In
awarded second prize In a around the mum entrance of the jail No. 3 grade L. 11[. I Rhodes state marketing house and she followed her daughter to have been approximately $I, radio station contest. His station Is Gainesville commissioner, said in expressing 'I to the hospital, prostrate with Ki'iof. 000. i ciditinn on Florida of tho official organ
-Fairly complete returns She been of the death to be run soon.
known us 4'FR. I the hope that some means.; of hUll not yet told
from the 1125 cucumber crop ,tf her daughter. I I'loriila tees I WurKersGainesville The data gathered on the tourist
avoiding the loss would be developed
New York-Governor John N.I, in Alachua county indicate a net return I June 21''.--Florida bees travel In 1 Florida and California was
llattin: of Florida, who is un his way to the farmers of over a quarter Tallahassee The Aubrey Lee '' Macclenny J. Pudicctt, who either work in double shifts or thoy'I' made from a six months survey conducted
to the annual conference of governors million dollars, according to Secretary Nickels case will be orally argued formerly conducted the Baker county have more raw material available by the (Chicago Automobile
at Poland Springs Maines, an- ,I I W. J, Sessions, of thu Alachua before the state supreme court on high school at Mncclunny, and who than I the average bees in I the United i brunch, of the A. A. A. It was. stated
nounied that construction of a new i I County Co-operative Association The July 7, making the fourth time it bus i moved to Tallahassee about a year States for the :State; Plant Hoard has that over 5(10,000 inquiries reachedthe
railroad to ,run single track for 300 exchange marketed J,4(51)( crates of been before that body. Necessity for ago, has returned to Macclenny andis announced that Florida honey' praduc- Chicuuo otllce ,during the pant six
miles along[ the western coast of'' cucumbers for its members at an the argument this time is due to recent I cultured with T. J. Knuhb in tho during the season just cloned I Ilion months relative/ (lo Florida.+ All tho
Florida, between Gudsden and Finel-: average )price of $2 a crate f. o. b, changes in the court's personnel. real estate business. He was in Jacksonville was more than twice as much for inquiries indicated that thuy would
las counties, and to be financed by a Gainesville while some carloads of Nickels is under death sentence following Saturday and told of several leach I colony of bees than the average II { likely make a trip to Florida next
group of middle, western capitalists, fancy stulf averaged $3.50. Close conviction in Volusia county large deals being made in that county i throughout the country. Kach colony ) winter..
will begin!\ within two weeks |I grading and careful packing under cuicuit court in April, last year on a decently by Mr. Knabli, one of them Iof I Florida bees produced eighty !Mr Robinson stated I that ho was
established brands is credited with charge of criminal Attack on a white I being a purchase of several thousandacres I pounds. xiirpiKcd ut the heavy t traffic between
Lake Wales-Big names, big sums obtaining top prices in all grades woman of lJe Land. of land in Baker county for a 1----1 I I Miami\ and Jacksonville' at this time
m" muiu''>', I hllC business and adventure I I ITal1ahllsseeF'trllcts half million dollars. Mr. Knuhb owns ( I II I nf the .scar. lie Braid that all Indica-
tire all mixed, up in a realty deal ap- Gainesville-Land prices in Alachuu ;;;; of state I about! 100,000 acres of land in Baker, I I Frostproof" June 21)) -1+1uell Valencia I II tions vveru that Florida''' would have Ita
proxiinatimnting $4,000,000 closed county are rising rapidly. The Pink- land were sold totaling 1,360 acres Bradford, Union and 1 Nassau counties, oranges which have! brought most successful year In 11)25) He added -
here v'in airplane. The land sold includes I son farm just outside the city limits for nn aggregate of 84400. The and Mr.! Padgett is milking abstractsfur I comparatively high prices throughout that the Florida boom had aided.
100,000 acres in Okeechobee and near the University was reienll state .school) board sold 320 acres in some of the' property Kir. Knabb the latter part of the current I I (Georgia and the whole. southeast, and
count.v and was owned by August sold to the Venable, Ford & Johnson Urevurd county to Ira Nobles of Tit- also owns considerable. acreage ntMattox ,I shipping season are skyrocketing In that these states were all enjoying
IIeck hcr, William and Harrold Van- interests of Lynchburg, Va., for I usville for $3;; an acre, and 320 acres. twenty-five miles west of value and making new, records almost''I' better IIIIHIUCXS lately.
deri ilt, Otto Kahn William Gibbs $135,000, or $1,500 per acre. The to George Brockett, of Titusvlllc for Jacksonville, and It 11 his intention I'I daily. |
I MiAdoo and other New Yorkers. It Owens farm near the golf links, has $40 an acre. Another tract of 010 to start a town at this. place, which Uon I, Valencias shipped hy the Front-. Fort PierreState:;t load between
lies near both the Seaboard and the been sold for $40,000' or $1,000 per acres was sold by trustees of the internal both the Seaboard, and Coast Line proof Citrus Growers Association and here ,and .Okeei'holiee under ron itructlon '-

Florida East Coast railways. acre. A hundred-acre tract on the improvement fund to Kleier railroads sold, in New York thin. month at auction _
I Newmans Lake road has also been and O'Donnell for $60 an acre. The realized as much as 11.05 per
tona-Followmg recent pur- sold l at a good price. It is understood latter tract is Section 10 of Township I (;rapes by Carload* box while the remainder of the single* No Worms In a Healthy. Child
cha-'e of a beautiful tract of 2,400 these plots will be used for development I 51 I, south, Range 87 east, of Dade DP Funiak Springs, June 29.- shipment brought $10 $0.r; and All cliUilnto tri>iihl. il .wllli Worms here an 110lieH -
'It hy color" whk.li:. luillmtRa pixjr Miiwl and a a
and
acres I lying between the Halifax fourth Grapes by carload lots will be whipped ,, $!)'..10. .
purposes. I county The tract, eighty acres rut, Iti r0 In morn or less 1111111111.h dmlurbaiira.KlVE .
Tomiika rivers and Dixie highway I of Dade county land, was sold for 1 from this point next season according (, a TAS'I tLKS.S: clilll TUNIC Given rruulmly
I
ninth' of Ormond for $830,000;; John B.Divoney Key West-Setting fire to their to ,f. W. Matlnson, County '1'" Nsue a Million in \ponds fur two, lures weeks will eotU h Hi. ht...... lir>-
A. X. Isaac and J. Briskin, liquor-laden launch when hailed in.,1 $275; an acre I Agent for Walton cuunty, after a I Homestead, June 2H/ -Cituens. of prove HIM Tonlu, "illituiillnu to lha whul....1 .Iy.t."I M"lil..Uimnrat Nsturewill blmiiillltvulu4 llu'a-

of :Miami: consummated the purchaseof the dark by an unlighted coast guard'cutter ,j, Plllatka-State Road No. 3 will survey of the orchards in his tvrrl- 'I Homestead, as stun ns possible after throw alTor illniM1, hit wnrmt. sad IhrChlMl will be
::!:.UIIO acres lying on the Daytona- and taking to a dory which soon be completed as work haw. been I tory I I the city extension election July/ 7 111 perfect health. Plaauot to laka Olio per Ixxila.' r
DeLnnd road and extending in the immediately swamped in the high started on the 11-mile gap in ('utnul1lcounty
dilution of New Smyrna from R. 'I seas did not prevent three men and which runs north from the'I';

Dinnis Craig and A. B. Moore. The their $3,500 cargo of beer, augudente Rice creek bridge to the Clay count (
1 puce pall was approximately I and cognac from being taken by the line on the west side of the Atlnntu ,
IMIM $1,250'-1 I coast guard cutter 298, Captain L. R. Coast Line tracks, turning west with Tubes
I Daniel as the rumrunners were trying the A C. L. tracks at IJostwick to I Buy as Carefullyas
D"and-A premium of $0,000 was to make Key West to unload the Green Cove Springs on a straightline.
pod! b>' a New York firm on $150,000 liquor. The crew of three men and the Everyeffort will be made to I
uoith, of Dc1 Land municipal bonds launch "Leo," were towed into Key have this road open for the southbound ',: you buy Tires
\\ \Ion )bids were opened here by the West with most of the cargo. traffic this fall. The old ruad
city onunission.. This H nearly $11 ; just vast of the railroad and which I I
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n;'n.uiin on the hundred. The bonds I Bartow, June 23.: -The Woman's de are two ways a car built to give mileage und get
1 pI I is in fair shape will be used as a THERE
v. ufur paving and other city iiul Club has accepted an offer of $80,000for tour. Work on Road No. U from this I II can buy tubes. mileage.
l"rov i'nu'iitThey mature in 10."i5: their property on Broadway city to Dunn's creek, is prolrres..inar'. '
.11.1 I hear six per cent interest A ,I which consists of almost a city block I rapull, I and will be open to traffic in lie can go out looking for price They resist heat, hold their ,

d/'n, !bids were received with no bid well down town and is known as the a few months. Final decision" will he -and get it. shape and retain their elasticity.
HI' ,iii l.ooo premium. I "Law Place," it having been the residence made this, week on the route to befolliiwcil of
I of the late Gen E. M. Law for .b>. State Road :No; II from Or he can buy tubes that will To get all the mileage out anew ,

:-1. Petersburg park buildingimpuiiii in many years. The sale was made Gainesville to Pulatka when one of give his casings a chance to deliver casing or to make an old
\ M now being conducted through the agency of Forrest Caldwell -
tin- i f:: under the supervision of the of Bartow, acting for out of the staticntriniers mon \( roor.: thi-" < road visits ha this* ,ticn, iitvTh" -idircil .. I the mileage that is! built into them. casing last-put a U. S. Royal or ,

.1' paik' hourd. Plans cull for great- town parties and no announcementhas and hnal decision as to the U. S. Royal and Grey Tubes are Grey Tube inside! it.
h 11,1 i, rut-mg the present facilities been made us to their purposes
'ii ,I -1''"..e for recreation in the parks. with regurd to the future use of the I

f A \v. Fi-r-er, member of the board property, which is an admirable site \\AfterEVeryMeaI U. S. Royaland II
I -.tu'that the parks of the city com- for a modern hotel
with the count -
j ui! tV ably any in -
'hen lompleted. Already there Waycross, Ga.-Mystery surrounds
t I., \t Tubes
ui' 1 112 acres of parks in the city and the identity of O. F. Bruce tourist, U. S. Grey
-n link-' of municipal water front is who was killed on the Dixie highway I IGS
when hit automobile turned ovi r. l
in I t
parks.amtIllsNineteen Bruce's dying\ words revealed lu- IC
; members of name but gave no information in to w I
t tS, Lot,( i i-s Potato Association real- his home or relatives lie requested. l I Made of Sprayed Rubber r
y
i nl 1 a dear! profit of $18,698 on theirp that his automobile be sold and that -the purest and mOle s \

','10 rep just marketed accordingt he he buried in Waycross but that no slatla uniform rubber known r
Most of the death be TIGHT I -and now made even { i ,
the association report. notice of his published HP heavier thn before.
MI' nibcrs planted only ten acres to wu3t1\ years of age weighed J:.' I
pounds. and was slightly more than RIGHT
,,,,,...,,,,,, ,,.IWlI : \ nix feet in height. The car was of expensive .

COFFINS & CASKETS I make, bearing a Florida license Pass It around s dCleu
tag He is believed to have Ined after every meaL
i And a Fall Line of f in Miami recently. The body .is bring Give the familythe / I
UnJirtahtrt' Smpplit held here pending instruction- benefit of IU United State Tubesarc +
aid to dl "''t1on. Good Tubes
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Jacksonville Armour and Com Clean teeth too. I

Always on hand. The best icr- pany's mammoth cold storage plant I Keep It always
.. In the house ,.
rice at the lowest price Special in Jacksonville is to establish ad* I .11 a. ate

attention to telegraph order partment which will bring thousand Costs time-help*much Buy U. S. Tubes from
of dollars to Florida fish dealers 111,01 J
Embalmer.

*. RegIstered The virtually plant revolutionize will freeze fish the and inclu-.tr it 'n" ; s sc

DeWITT C. JONES expected will handle approximate WRLLEYtepr.c J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. Starke, Fla. t

STARKE. FLA I ;.nno.OflO) ) ) pounds annually. The higher I j

priced fish arr.M. on the coastp at



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAPH STARK!: FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 3. 1925.r .
i PAm SIX
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permits for past five month of this have taken Into my rAMMuion and mad. levy houso In the elerk's office, Monday, July', Habitual COn UpIl4'01. C...';J
on I 1025./ .. a board of equalltera for the purpos ,
with last indicates 3'
same period year, Ito na's
year W. J. EPPEIISOV: of hearing complalata and ....Iolnlr teatl- in
increase of 97.3 cent. U't.7-31 SltrrilT Bradford County. Florida.SHERIFF' (II "LAX--' > \VTIH S'J.I-c-lN": n :a .vaUnllyprepareJ
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per _._ ._ many mt to the value of any property real orperaonal
--- -- --- : I Habltu1'Constipation.
or mixed M II the county Syrup Tunlc-Laxati-c for !
Winter Haven Methodists plan !! SALE I tax assessor for the year IfJa'l against the r It relieves prumptly and

I i erection of $140,000 church. Nutlcp. ,la hereby filvtn thai under and by owners or agents of auch J. property.M. BROWNLEK should be taken retiulnrly for 14 to 21 daysto
e : virtue of that certain writ of execution I.. I Chairman of Bored induce regular action. It Stimulates and
aucd l hy and under the hand and seal of W.
] Attest Pleasant to Take. 6Uc
Tallahassee Salt fish hatch- Very
I i water T Weeka. M Clerk of the Circuit Court "fIlrntlford G. w. ALDERMAN. Regulate/
cry planned for this city. County Stnle..r Florida, on the Clerk and Auditor. 8.l8t7S' per buttle.raras2sa.ras2s.i.s5aszra52szs2SHs.5zszs .
II th day of Auxunt. A. T). 1111. nn that certain I
I judgement, or deficiency decree bearing",
Wauchula-City to spend (208,000 date the 28th day of July. 1014. wherein J. .
l.h..H -! .) ami I KM) on improvements. Florida has had D. Rhodtn vii Complainant and, J. A. Waln-
right was Defendant anti In the cum of rve t7nt7 t t:7C7: C ar.7S74 (;-
... over 502 miles of railroad constructed 917J"o na Same appears, of record In the ofllce (
since 1020. or the Clerk ..f Circuit Court of Bradford K
County Florida. I have 'levied upon and
g 1 'JIIOUNTO.N-K1VKU I : :; > all t to attend, the n>i?\c services The I will Hell( on Monday the 3rd day of August D
-uljjeit of the i".riinj: sermon will be Lake City-Pavinu contract let A. D (I'i2ff. during. the legs) hour of nale Q
:.f( thereon, In front of the courthouse In Starko.
; ,:, Miss Onin (Km"f, ;Nw; River "The Value of a Man." ,, amounting to 8244,000. Pin.!ir.ird County. State of Florida! to the ID Scott's
v Mr. Alien Ihmnlon were quietly hii'tvi and beat bidder. therefor for ctah, thefoll'iMnir :
and TIME OUT Jacksonville-Now! building to be deaerlbnd" land In Bradford County.
\" married tact Sunday, the interesting erected here at cost of I Florida, to-wlt
$3,520,000.
'>, being performed by Rev A ono-clghth"' undivided interest In the
; ceremony Neither Sambo nor Rastus could I I South half of LolA H and A, and North Up
f} W. E. Duuifhwrty, of the Christian reed the time of day-or anything Coral Gables-University to be situated feet of Lot t. and all of Lot 7 except the
i, South 10 feet allln Block "A" of N. J. Jones
church ("No-but Sambo had a nice big In- here at cost of $15,000,000.Palm : Addition tn the Town of Slnrke. Florida. !
The bride was charming in ri.trwcdilinit which he exhibited with I Raid landa to be aold by me for the purpose ubdivlsionBeautiful
ilr.ua! of white satin. )lr. jriTsnll a Beach-Palm Beach Hotel of natli,fylntf the nforeaald Judgment or ,Ie-
,? great air of superiority destroyed by fire to be rebuilt. flelency decree. and which rid above deacrib
induttrious young .
Thornton is an "What time nm it?" asked Rastus. -d land are abject to the Hen thereof.
.loyee atMitchell's W. J. EPPERSON.
courteous
nun and a fini Sambo hesitated, and then extending !Stewart': Shadowlawn Apartmentto Aa !theHff' of Bradford County. Florida. i I

drug store the timepiece, said. "Dar sho ami" have $8,000 addition. 7.1-IH.7-11.

The Telegraph extends comrmta.Int.or RnttUM looked at it carefully, and ORDER FOR
PUBLICATION : Subdivision Now Open
and wishes! for them a happy
: replied: "Damn if she alnt.-Cadger St. Lucil.--Twenty million, one I
In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial
life. Circuit.
married hundred thousand cubic yards of
Highways.CATERPILLARS.
Bradford County. State of Florida. In Chan
earth and rock excavated from St. cery.Corlnne.
:MRS. mUn'Il.IItS.: ALDERMAN SHOW Lucia canal; work being rushed. Bennett. Complainant ,'I
HOSTESSES TO W. 31. S. / vs.
UP AHEAD: OF TIME 'C R Bennett. Defendant
atte--;; ;;; the Woman's Melbourne-New Melbourne State hllt1I'\ .rrI by affidavit I appended to the
Monday Valdosta June Bank building dedicated. the above-elated cause that C. B.
Missionary Society <>f the Baptist I Apprehension Bennett the defendant, therein named IB arpNldcnt Choice Building'LotsRestricted
has been aroused in the sweet potato I of the State of Florida, and enn-
church met at the homo of Mrs. O. J. this Cloarwater W. C. A. to have ....1. himself ao that the proceaa of this
of section the result
Griffin, on N. Walnut street. Mrs. I growers as $3,000: auditorium. Court. cannot be fterved 1 upon him and lamer
of the discovery of the sweet potato the ago of twenty-one yearn : It la there Residential Section
;, I Griffin and Mrs. G. W. Aldermanhostciic.es fore ordered. that aald,. nnn-realdont defendant
this week
j i caterpillars six weeks in
Groveland-New Packing house to
be and la
' afternoon. hereby required to the
the appear
+ for conducted I advance of the date of their usual appearance be erected at cost of $25,000. hill of complaint: filed In .13 cause on or be. One block from hard road three
service -
The devotional wee : fore Monday, the led day of AuRtiat", A. D. ,
by Mrs. J. J. Uullen, and was followed Tallahassee-Home planned for III'-T. otherwise the allegations of aid bill
will ho taken aa confessed by said defendant. I
by a business session. Mrs. TOOIVCII: FOR HER drug! addict to cost $"0,000. It I. further ordered. that this order bepttblb.hud blocks from depot
Alderman was appointed chairman of once a week for four consecutive

the flower committee for two months. It was the first vaudeville performance Fort Meade-New $100,000 primary weeks newspaper In the published Bradford In County said Telegraph County and a School

!Mrs II. L. Crownlce, Mrs. Geo. C. the old colored lady had ever school building to be constructed. Slat This. Next door to High Building
July let 1025.
White and Mrs O. J. Griffin were ap seen, and Mho was particularly ex- C. W. ALDERMAN I|
pointed as n committee to arrange cited the marvelous (Seal\) Clerk Circuit rt.1
over feats of the Four five trees
or large on
Fort trains i
for a story hour, during the summer magician. But when he covered a Myers-Thirty 1,882 By C. A.Deputy KNICHT.Clerk.IJ. pecan
freight cars of citrus fruit shipped i
children. L. FRA/.EE.
for the
season, with
flannel cloth
heavy
newspaper a
from here October first to May six Solicitor for Comptnlnnnt. 7-t-nt-7-11
each lot
The program was in charge of Mrs. and read the print through it, she teenth.
F. A. Scott and the subject for the afternoon grew a little nervous. He then doubled M VSTEB'1 SALE: I

waR Foreign Missions An instrumental the cloth and again read the letters Tarpon Springs:\ Building progressing NoiiciIM hereby-given. :: that under and )Jy..
virtue of that certain final decree. of fore-
!solo! "Send the accurately.
well in this .
city.
!n."r. made and entered on the first day nf
LIJ.tht"I
was charmingly played hyIiss! This was more than she could .July HUB by the Honorable A. Z. Ailkliu.
Griffin, and Mrs W. J. Epperson stand, and rising in her seat, she Wnbaoin-H rid ire to be built across Tf.hr.. of tin Eighth Jii.llcift Circuit of Fl..- '
ida in and! far Bradford,
on the subject of Southern Baptlut said: "I'm goln home This ain't de Indian river in north end of St. Lucia in that ci.i 'taf n CHIMP therein County pending In chancery be the askedSee \

Foreign Fields, and :Mrs. Aldermen place for a lady in a thin calico county at cost of $75,000. ed t")
discussed work In the schools, hospitals dress. against the defendant Martin Cprtnck the
A Jacksonville-Two of the largest k-n.ln-ncd. Special Master In laid
Y and iliptributintliterature.. land deals in the history of North to execute said decree. will cause on M.mdny apimlntml -.
duet, "Ilcapers arc Needed, was the 3rd day of August. ", 1028. during the
t ; beautifully sunK byIiSR! Jessie FLORIDEEK IY INDUS- Florida were consumated In the sale l 1'1 rnl hour* of sale thereon before the court-
'flU.\. REVIEW of 500,000 acres for a reported consideration ho".. door in Starke, Bradford County Flor
Thomas and Miss Free Wynn, with I.In. soil|| the following,
of described lands situnt.d ..
approximately $5,000-
Miss Griffin as accompanist. Mrs. r t In Bradford County. Florida to the --- -
Scott rend splendid greetings Mrs. Tampa Magnitlcient! now court 000, according to an announcementmade highest bidder for cash to-wlt i
Lot Sixty-two In Womllawn. In neotion
W. J. Cox, the newly elected president i. house planned. through the offices of the All- Fifteen, Township Fi\e South Range Twenty

of the ,V. M. S. :Mrs. Cox Is of Winter Park Florida Realty Company, 223-225: two I..**., East and containing ten acres, more or
Hunk of
Winter Park
Memphis, Tenn., and is a gifted, and and Went Forsyth street. The first trans- Said Sal' tn be mndc pursuant to and for F. A. SCOTTSTARKE
enlarging remodeling at cost of
consecrated leader in the woman's action was the purchase of 221,000acres untilfactl.m of said decree with cost.
$30.roo. of land located In Columbia and E. !M. JOHNS.
work of the church. The meeting was Special' M"1" 'In Chn.ery.

closed with the watch-word for the Doca !Raton-New hotel plumed linker counties. The acreage Is most- D.Solicitor E.. KNIGHT.for Tomplnlnanta., 7-1-51-7-11. FLORIDA

year: "Go ye into all the world and here; to be known as Boca Raton Inn. ly in one solid piece and begins about ,
ye shall be my witnesses. thirty miles west of Jacksonville.NOTICE NOTICE OF TAX EQUALIZATION J

social Miss Clermont -Park site leased for The board -
During the period OF MIKHIH--H;' SALE of county commissioner> of Bradford -
Mona Alderman delighted her hearers construction of 6-story hotel. county, Florida will meet .t the court

with brilliant Instrumental HO. Notlr.<. In hereby ulvvn that. .under.. and by _.__ __ __ ____n__
a virtue of -- -- ---- -
Tampa Mallory-Gulf terminal that certain executon laaiM f- out of --- --------- -- --- -- --
lo. The hostesses served, wafers and the Cirotllt. Court of Brndfunl county Florida.
plans $ll>0,000 improvements in formof ,
In that cprtiiln cat -r v\tu>rein John Shrlvi'r.
refreshing; fruit punch. Fifteen ware new warehouses, and other facilities. trading nt Shrlvcr (".unlutny In plaintiff and
present at this interesting meeting. H. C. llrunlnir. In ,,,nilnnt. I have levied upon
and will nail to the hlahi. hidilur toe
rash In front of .the Court House door InStark.
Messrs. E. 11. Smith nnd R. A. ,
St. I'etershurlt-First unit of $t- Bradford' County FInrliln. nn MnntltivAuiruat
Green left Thursday to attend the Snoll i Ird;). 1: J1, the Mimo Iti-in* n Iccnl: I I.oh. Report of the Condition of
500,000 Isle development rush ,. day and between the lea-al", hour of ale, '
Shrine in Jacksonville.
ed. the following dcwcribt't, rt'iiUcnliitv' and I PI '
onnl property, In Bradford county Florida, I
l' Congressman It. A. Green and Ft. Pierce-Contract awarded for to-wlt, I
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Ittiil rotate described n' follows : Ten ner.eolT LAWTEY STATE BANKAt
i brother, Floyd, spent several days in 0-ntory business house. of till east aide of the Nrmthwpat iguattiTuf I
northweat quarter of avction aevcnteen ((171townahlp .
Bronson Gainesville and :
Daytona
on : oven ,71, mouth range [seamy i-tn, I.
business this week. Tampa-Site purchased for erec- eaat.IVraonnl.
1" tion of ten or twelve-story office Imp. rty described aa follows: Twn
mule, one Hiilky. plow one bunny one Ingle the Close of Business June'30th 1925
4 building. ., I .
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank of wuKon. One double wagon one mow mtr machine I
u. Jacksonville last week'with'' .one cotv its acree of corn now irrowInic. ':
spent S..hrln&-Dond election to be held 1 and other farnihiK Implement which T
'.: Mr. and Mirs. J. C. Robinson at' for
soon $665,000 improvements.
Kingsley lake.M .
SEABOARD TIME TABLE
Tampa-Methodists building $200 RESOURCES LIABILITIES
I'KESHYTKKIAN 000 church.

(In effect !May 10, 1925.) Cash hand and in Banks Stock ()
$27,373.93 Capital $15,000.00
h"'J'iIi on
Sunday ) o'clock a. m. !Stuart': -New business block to be No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa ar-I'i

Morning Service at 11 o'clock a. m. erected here at cost of $200,000.3latansaConstruction rives at Starke 11:14: p. m. Loans and Discounts 27,874.76 Surplus 1,500.00()

Preaching at S o'clock p. m. No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives i
Prayer meeting Wednesday at H to begin at Starke 5:23 a. m. Banking House and Fixtures ,9,977.00 Individual Deposits 45079.79
o'clock The choir will soon en Matanzn. River bridge. Florida's '
p. m. practice No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives Savings Deposits 8,566.09
in 1921 amounts Other Real Estate
follow the prayer meeting.At exports to near at Starke 11.02 a. m. 1,714.00 Time

the morning service the Communion ly $7,500,000. No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives Deposits 15.30
U. S. and (County Bonds 6,350.00
i of the Lord's,
be
r will
Supper Starke 4:26 Certified Checks Outstanding 18.00
rubonia Twenty thousand dollar" at : p. m. i ,
' celebrated. Also those desiring to cleared on six and a half acres of No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville Claims and Other Resources 259.19 Cashiers Checks Outstanding 3,369.70
unite.with the church will bo received ,
arrives at Starke 9:00
celery and tomntoci near here. : a. m.
and baptism will ho ndminiatcred. No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key

a cordial invitation i is extended, to Stuart Comparison of building .arrives at Starke 5:00: p. m. Total $73,548.88 Total $73,548.88

No. 101 Starke to Wannee leaves

!Stnrkn: t-APl. .- ->.. m..... I
1 (Dally except Sunday)

11 l1 No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrives I

at Starke 3:15: p. m.

( Daily except Sunday) The Lawtey section is one of the very best parts of Flor-

No. 7. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -

.:. 0, L Quality f.:4)) at Starke(Orange 2:16: Blossom p. m. Special) due ida. The lands are fertile and productive. Health conditionsare


'. No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm ideal. The people are alive and progressive. Just the

; 1. Meats Beach arrives at Starke 10:15 a. m.,

k t ht 4 (I, stops tween for Coleman passengers and West for Palm points Beach be- sort of situation that needs a strong and progressive bank to

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1/ No matter what a I sonville No. 101 arrives& West at Palm Starke Beach 6:17: to p.Jack m., help in the big development that is bound to come to this favored -

stops for Jacksonville and beyond

,\ your wants may jia 'onj ers. section.

T. J. GRIFFIN,

be in the meat Agent. We are pleased to say that our steady growth indicatesthat


line we can meet 666I. the citizens of the Lawtey section recognize the importanceof


them andve having bank at their service. \Ve thank
I. a preacripUan lor a strong you cordially -

meet them always Malaria Chills and Fever for this and best efforts
:. Dengue or Bilious Fever growth promise our to promotethe

with first It kllla the .......
quality meats-the only interests of the whole community.

A TONIC
kind you would buy or serve on your I drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores


,' table. '.V e carry not only the staples but i i I Enriching Energy and! the Vitality Blood. by When Purifying you feel and Its -

; also the delicacies that strengthening/ Invigorating effect, tee howit
make
to a complete STATE
go I brings!! color to the cheeks and how LAWTEY BANKA

market stck.V It Improves the appetite, you will then
want to
sci ye you.
appreciate its true tonic value. I
Thriving Bank in a Thriving TownE.
r -" B Groves Tasteless chill Tonic is simply I

l Variety Meat MarketPhone Iron pleasant! and even Quinine children suspended like" it.in syrup.The blood So I S. MATTHEWS, President A. L. TAYLOR, Cashier

needs QUININE: to Purify it and IRON to

Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs aqd I

124, Starke.S.L. Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating / -
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IF YOU HAVE Mrs. A. P. Hoffman' hus returned I i praise of the beautiful place in his past two Sundays the attendance
I :I ;;:;.'."..Plts. Sick H..d..h..Co.' 'I' from Tampa where she vwis the guestof charge, and the wonderful developments has Increased. .
Bow)..Dumit snu.. Sour cuonwcn. Mrs. Frank Lynn and :Mrs. W. D. I
Bits OJL and B.khn.i, your food do.. not go on around Punta Gorda, yet Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
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LocalIatloriilatlo11 ft,,flitntit, you bv. na appabtntt's ., Noisier! Mrs. Hoffman was accompanied ho is glad to be able to enjoy a short I'inyer: meeting Wednesday evening -
I ; home by Mrs Lynn anti :Mrs. vacation at his old home. He thinks at K o'clock.
Pills .Neiilcr and children who era spending 'Bradford and Union counties arc :Next; Monday afternoon, nt four
the week here i second to none after all. o'clock! the Woman's Missionary
will nmxly IhaM troubJuMrs. Wf I' A
m So<'irt>' will meet at the church.
[ Concerning Our People, Business and Mrs. J. E!:. Wilson and W. G. String- I NEW RIVER I Ki'Mibir( luiaincss 1 meeting, also ro-

Progrea of the County and Town. Cliininc, peppy, | of Tampa, follow, of Cocoa, arc expected to mo. New River July -Mrs.. W.I imits liana. thedeleiriifis to the dis-
:\11'<. J. S, :Mai.i-!| :MI---CS. Ethel Grif tor here Saturday. Mrs. Wilson will Andrews utul little u.i trim, (.union'm.<< held\ in (o"'I'11I1IIdlna.fENTAVORD.
fin and Sarn Mnlpn! motored to visit her father Col. W. T. Weeks,1 I Dorothy granddaughter, "
are visiting friends
". Gainesville\ Wednesdayafternoon.. and Mr.\ Stringfellow will return to' :Smyrna this week. in New

WEATHER KEPORT :Miuml :Mrs H. O. Brown and Cncon Sunday accompanied by his Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins motored I \ '
Weather Report for week ending children attended the Brown| -Hower d !Mr. and :Mrs T. J-Griflln Mrs. L wife and children. I to Morrmtown Friday and spent 1

July 1, 1085. wedding ut Miller last Sunday. E. Jordan and son, of Ovoldo, and tinweekend with \Mr. and Mrs. S. V. I
Date Max. Min. Miss Annie Darby motored to Gainesville Rev. and Mrs Edward Fendloy and Andrews, y yF'lt

Decrees Degrees Miss Iris Brown Is in Lake Butlervisit Tuesday.Mrs. baby, of Live Oak were guests Sunay J, O. Craven of Atlanta, Go., wan -
June 25 03 l of Mr. Mrs. H. L. Brownleo. ./
78 InK her cousin, Miss Fayree ( and visitor hero Monday.Mr. I
June 26 92 73 Brown. Rev Fendley preached Sunday at the sad Mrs Allen Porter tlulircni
David Turner, ;Miss Paulino and -
June 27 88 72 Oliver Baptist church The minister and his ( attended church at Long Bridge 11T: 1 \\ '''I I r"I".III'X' rll"I1I' ,
June 28 84 69 Miss Mublc Weller and cousin, J. J. ,and returned Frank home Brynn Sunday,,of Ft. Laudurdalc after wife are accomplished musicians and I Sunday hn,,. .h"l', J"I .,I "i "nre enough\ ; bnr- ,.\

June 20 84 6U i Truby, entertained the 20th Century a visit with !Mr. and !Mrs.Y. A. Bos- sang at both morning and evening Misses. Virginia Colson and Ca-ity gnu If intrrr.l\ < I "add'ess Box 1112, I p
June 30 85:: 71 Bridge Club Thursday services | Oliver, of Pine Hill, motored here Slurk 1
evening. sent. !
July 1 87 71 _____________ I Sunday. "
Total rainfall for week, 4.62 inches. :Miss Jeanette Durclen of Tampa G. ;M. Sistrunk, manager of the 1 I G. W. Andrews and P. W. Kelly FOR 5.11.1t\; Crop .if about.of 3.acrl.'l1;
On Saturday the temperature drop, is the truest of her sister Mrs. O. L., !Mr. and Mrs\ O. L. Beasley will Standard Oil Company at Starke, was motored to Starke Monday\ cotton, Htinwherry plants andcorn
ped seventeen degrees between noon Beasley. have as fourth of July guests her I in the city Wednesday on business. AireD.. F. Ronfroo and daughter, ; h"rsr, wagon, 20 heed cattle
and one o'clock. The low temperatureof parents, Mr. and !Mrs. A. C. Durdet, Mr. Sistrunk stated that Starke ia Mildred, spent last week in Jackson MiiKt sell tmu mud. lately and cheap. J.
Sunday, 60 degrees came not just Miss Leah Struth returned Friday :Mr. and Mrs. Claude IIoppo and Miss now enjoying much prosperity from ville. W. Gum, oust of Stroke 7.3It"I'OR :
t
before day-lingt as it usually docs, from Plant City, where she visited Jeanette Durden, all of Tampa shipping largo quantities of watermelons 1 j I i Among those who attended churchat SALE-Large. manufacturer

but between two and three in the af her sister, Mrs. Sid Johnson. corn beans etc. The farmersof Long Bridge Sunday afternoon will transfer piano near Starko to ". .
ternoon. The rainfall Sunday was two Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu and the section have raised good crops !' were Misses Amy Renfroe, Minnie someone who will finish
and three hundredths inches. E. E. Canova and family have been daughter, Thelma, who have been the and excellent prices were received i Rosa, Alphio and Iva Hodges, Reddish $2.50 per week. For full paymentsat information -
spending awhile at their Kingsley guests of Mr. and !Mrs.. G. H. Bennett throughout the season Times Un-' and, Guy Andrews, Everett Ren address, Southeastern Of-
Cnrl Johns has returned home lake left !Monday for their home in Stuart. ion. I' free, Norman ,
cottage. i I Wiggins and Hermle flee, Box 621 Atlanta Cs. U-2(5-2t.
They were accompanied home by
from West Palm Bench. II Kelly.
Every day fresh clean groceriesand Miss Gussie !Mae Bennett. lure George B. Flynn who has I' Friday night we had a small tire FOR SALE-MISSONARY\ STRAWBERRY I
J. O. Turner, of Sarasota, has been vegetables at T & P Store, near been spending the past two weeks' The New River packing house was a PLANTS These are the .fI'' '
here looking after business. depot. The following party left in the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul total loss with very little insurance. Improved variety, strong sturdy !
Hollywood bus Tuesday for a trip to E. Canova returned Tuesday to her How the fire was started is unknown. plants from fresh stock from .
L. H. Partridge made a business Mrs. J. W. Wiggins and son, Jack, Hollywood: W.. Morgan, W. M. home at Oak Hill. The trip was made Misses' Alphic and Clnaste Hodges Maryland expert growers, planted! '
trip to Jacksonville last Friday. are visiting Mr,. E. M. Johns at Doyle, Joy Wheeler John Shrivcr, by automobile ,and she was accompanied were visitors to Lake Butler Friday. February 15th, and in primo condi-
Kingsley lake. Misses Louise Fernandez and Marguerite I I I by her brother, Paul E. Ca- H. S. Norman of Rising, spent prepared tion to give to best furnish results. We are j
Shriver. desired
Billy Graham is in Orlando visiting net n, Jr. Sunday' afternoon hero with friends.. quantity from 1,000 to any 1,000,000
his niotber, Mrs. Jack Murdon. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville Contracts for deeds I W. M. Hodges): and R. J. Turner plants. It. II. Young T. S. Wil! 1
were guests this week of :.I r. chattel mortgage !Mr. and :Mrs L. A. Wynn had as'I' motored to Stnrkc Saturday morning. liams; Stark.-, Fla. 7-3-tt: 4 j. .t
Dr. WI". E. Middle-ton spent Mondayat and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. blanks option contracts, war- guests last week the following per- 'I Little :Miss. Mildred Rpnfrou and
Worthington Springs. ranty deeds, retain title notes, turpentine sons: Mrs. T. C. Clemmons and baby, I II Grace Adkins attended church at SEED PEANUTS t
!Mr and Mrs E. K. Perryman and leases, etc., for sale at the Christine !Mrs. M. C. Pinholster, of Long Flrldge Sunday '
Legal blanks for sale the little Telegraph office. !MiamiV.. E. Pinholster L.W. Alex- N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts "
at Tele- son, Emmett Key, Jr, have returned ; 1
graph office. from a trip to Kinston, N. C. antler of Jacksonville, ; Dr. nnIrs.! I j .MKTiiomsr $1.00 per bushel (Four cents ."
I Mr. and !Mrs. M. Leviton and daughter A. J. Johnson ,and two children, of'' per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.
Rosa, motored to Valdosta Sun- Sunday school at 10 n. m. Come and II. T. HALL COMPANY.
B. 1\%. DowlinK of Jacksonville, Gerald MIddleton and Oscar An- tiny !Mr. Leviton returned home Monday Raiford. I II help( with this good work. For the 1-9-tf. Lowell, ti'la.!
was here the first of the week. dreu, of Stuart, spent Sunday and but Mrs.[ Leviton and I
Monday here with relatives.N. daughterwill Last Monday afternoon, little Mi\ a j
George C. White, state bank ex- relatives.spend the week there visiting f'nrrle Hutto entertained the Sunday i

aminer spent this week in Tnmpa. D. Wainwright, Jr., has returned school class of which she Is a member

home after spending two and a !Mrs. I.. A. Weekly of Oak, spent ;Miss Hazel Adkins, class president J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
Give us a trial our prices will suit a half years in Sun ]Francisco. the past week in Starke with her sis. I presided over the business part of the''
your rtocketbook. T. & P Store. ter, Mrs. E. W. program, and the lesson was reviewed -
Hayes, and at Kings- ;
Miss Lucile Johns has returned by the class teacher. At the close'
''home from ley lake with her parents, :Mr. and! 'of the afternoon !Mrs. Hutto treated INSURANCEAGENCY
Miss Isabel Bullen is in Ivissimmee Pompano and West Palm :Mrs. A. S. Strickland. ,
this week visiting friends. : Beach where she visited relatives. the children with delicious ,,atermI1onA

I :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Jr., attended and cantalopes. I ESTABLISHED
Mrs N. T. Ritch and son, N. T. Jr., Abe Bessent of Stuart, is visiting the wedding! of Miss Rosemary 1886
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. J. Glover resident of
A. Bes manager
have returned from a trip to Atlanta. Humphreys to !Mr. John Hardce, Jr.,
sent. Punta Gorda Estates, passed through
in Frandndina, last Tuesday Mr. FLA.
Starke STARKE
G. C. Livingston and Charlie Marks, Ilardue is a nephew of !Mr. Davis. Friday on his way to LukeuU..r.
of Tampa, were recent visitors to Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph ] to join his family who are
guests of 111'Glov'r'.
office. father For-
Starke. Misses :Martha[
Grange, Alice McGraw \ -
i lest Drnwly.fr.: Glover is loud in JJ
Mildred, Aileen and Hazel
:Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek and son, Mrs. R. L. McDowell and children, Dowling all of Jacksonville, and :Miss -
Julian, Jr., spent Monday in Jackson of Jacksonville are visiting her parents Emma Coffee, of Lake City, wore
:Mr. and Mrs. John
ville. I Uglow. : weekend guests of Miss !Mudge MiJdleton. I

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E. E. Canova and family have returned Joe Hill!! Williams, of Lake Butler, j I
from a two weeks "tayat their was a business visitor to Starke Tues : Mrs. W. Middle-ton, Rev. C. F.I! I

Kingsley] lake cottage. day. I represented Starnes, Mr. and the !Mrs Stark I.. A.Methodist Davis j The Bank of Starke

J.1.: Truby and family have
Hollis V. Knight, who is attending gone ; church at the district confcrnt-i hell! 1
summer school at .he University of to their Kingsley lake cottage to In Fi'rnumlimi this week.
Florida, spent last week-end with his spend several weeks. j :
Is An Honor Roll Bank I
parents, Col.! and Mrs. D. E. KnightMr. Mrs. S. R. Johns, Mrs. C. M. Christy :
Miss Rebecca Whitehead and niece, Carl Johns I
and
Miss Lucile Johns j .
and Mrs. O. L. Beuslev hnii as Miss Eunice Whitehead, of Lawtey, went to Jacksonville Tuesday. :\11"v. :,

guests last week ;\1"". F. F. Geiger 'wel'e visitors to Starke Tuesday. Christy left Jacksonville in the v\'e-1 An Honor Roll Bank is a bank whose surplus and undivided
and Hazel Doniuun of Waldo, nlng for Pittsburg, P., where she will
Hayes Mesdames and Jame C. A. Knight E. W. visit relatives. equal to its capital stock. This shows that insteadof
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. O. J. Shepard were visitors ___ i profits are
Griffin visited relatives in Gainesville to Gainesville Tuesday. Mrs. N. A. Odom, of St. Peters-
last week.R. burg, came Sunday to visit her broth.er j paying out all of its earnings in dividends to stockholders the
Mrs. E. S. Matthews has returned I W. J.

1*. Perry, of Orlando was the from Palatka where she was the enroute home'Epperson.after Mrs.spending Odom several was i i' bank has been steadily putting aside a part of such earnings as
guest of Mrs II. C. Richard.
guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. week in the mountains of North i

W. White. John Shriver and daughter: Miss Carolina. I II I I an added protection and safe-guard to its depositors.We .

Mr. and Mrs. George C. White Marguerite\ left Tuesday in the Ito!- Mrs. E. W. Harris and children of
spent the weekend at their Kings- 1} wood hus for a visit to Hollywood. Jarkxnnville, who have been visiting I take pleasure and pride in calling attention to the following

ley lake cottage. llisseglad(1): and Hazel Middletonand her home mother Sunday., Mrs. Mr Irene. Harris Wills, was returns nrcampanied -- I statement of the condition of the Bank of Starke at the close 9:
brother, Gerald MIddleton motored
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph ] I home by her mater : !
office.H. relatives.to Jacksonville Tuesday. to visit I E. H. Smith. \t..1 of business on Tuesday, June 30th, I 1925 : t

I i
O. Brown came up from Punt \I Miss Laura Wynn who is a stu
Gorda Friday and several dayshere !
with his spent dent in the University summer school, INTERESTINGAnd RESOURCtS LIABL1TIES
family. spent the week-end here with home-

Patsy Brlnson, of Fiftone was a folks. Important I Loans and Discounts $149,284.38 Capital Stock $ 15000.00
recent of her sister Mrs J. E.
guest ,
Corpening. Mrs. Carrie Mills, who has been Overdrafts 766.92 Surplus and Undivided
visiting Mrs. Angie Sternbcrg in
Jacksonville, is the guest of her sis ".ll'ST) how important I is I A United States Bonds 11,550.00 Profits 15,378.68
Rae Erinson, of Fiftone, has been
ter, ;ore E. D. Card. t this looped bead construction -
Deposits 245,756.08
Bonds 12,000.00
here this week at the home of his sister ( of the Municipal
new Kelly? we
Mrs. J. E. Corpening. Frenh ice berg lettuce celery, tomatoes hate been inked I Banking House, Furniture Cashiers Checks Outstanding 485.55

peppers, carrots lemons, j I Certified Checks 217.25
and Fixtures 9,265.19
:Mrs A. Z. Adkins and children bananas and pineapples at a reason And we have answered: : I
went to Jacksonville Wednesday and Tax Certificates 157.03
able price. T & P Store.
are visiting her sister Mrs. J. L. "If extra mileage/ ii important I
to if less Other Real Estate 5,434.35
,
Briggs. you !! gasoline
Dr. :M. B. Herlong, of Jacksonville,
was the weekend guest of Mr. and consumption is important CAS ON HAND AND CN 1
Marcus F. Brown of Tampa wasa to > ou, if the peace and security -
Mrs. E. M. Johns at their Kingsleylake
weekend guest of :Mr. and Mrs. / of an eas>'-riding, DEPOSIT IN OTHER BANKS 88,379.69Total
cottage. I
S. Matthews.Col. E'I'I noiseless" non-nkid tread is

Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. McMullen and important to you, thenKelly's $276,837.56 Total $276,837.56
and Mrs. C. L. Peek, Mr. and children, of Tampa were the guests looped bead construction i
Mrs. E. K. I'erryman and son are Tuesday of !Mr. and !Mrs E. M.[ Johnsat is perhaps themost
pending the week at Kingsley lake. lake. important development
Kingsley
since the advent oft This statement shows a gain of 20 per cent in our resources
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Mrs. E. II. Smith and Mrs. H. M. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Norman o I I cord tire construction.

Snyder will spend the fourth at Jacksonville Plant City, spent the week with his I since January 1 st.
Beach.
father S. J. Norman near Starke. s

Dr. E. L. Dill'lI's'had the "fortune They are former residents of Stark I KELLY FLEXIBLE We greatly appreciate the friendship and confidence that have

to severely sprain his right arm while Mr. and Mrs. Will Jolly and children j
cranking a car Tuesday afternoon. made this growth possible.BANK
of Waldo are nci-upjinir one ?f i '
the E. E. Canova cottages at K.n.r. ,. I
ley lake. .
Albert H. Freeman. M. D. i I

Announces. the removal of his. Miss Dorothy Livingston/ fJfr.Ii.: I i- OF STARKEThe

office from )n, Frank: and SamlItl'hl'lI.: of Lake

St. James Illdg. Jax, }la.to lan.l an. guests\ of :Miss Lucile :\liu'h-1 i I II

ell." I I Bank of Helpful ServiceE.

Holder BIdg Ocala Fla. i
PRACTICE LIMITED TO ITCH 'KILLED Fireproof Garage S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier

Disease of the Eye, Ear. in 30 minutes with
and Throat. 4t Par-a-sit-l-clde: for 50 cents
Nose
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FICIIT BRADFORC COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA rillDVY, JULY 3. 1921:

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IT 19 TO LAUGH t ORDER FOR CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE D..rlpUon Bee. T. L A. Tares DsrripUoit Sea T. B. A. Owner a Costa
To R C. Helbemer. J. Charles Richard, N. .. costa Tar
I W Haekott, Samuel Marcia, J Hampton Pua.llr.. 13,78NWy4 Lola' 1.2.8 / 66.4M61 6
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r, A wealthy motorist, while touring :lonea Martha Melton Charloa Ellenon. MatHe SWVy 0' SW..._____. .15 8 .0 40 o. W. a.pp _...-____ 1319SWV4 / 61 : Waodl.wq .o..19 II 160 '1'. B. Bomb" _.._________..._.._ 191.
Ellenon( Robert. or toIW _____. 1& 4 10 .0 I Laura A. 8'-11' __.__. 138
At through Georgia drove to a (tano- ; Ellenon Augustus Eller- let Arigh4orway ath of lot 81 In Woodl.w" _It II His. -
p up I ...n. Mnllle Mackfaahlon R. M. Ellenon, of NW n. H,.. W. J. Thom. ._.______ 15.00EI' Lau 10-17 In WoOOI.wn __..19 III .0 R. I. Stokes ________._____ 15.85
: line station und found the tender a I.. Lawrence Maria L. Klckllter, 11r .._..of 1& 8.0 II tuts -0.62-f8 In Woodl.w11 122 .0 8. B. Thompson .......... ...... ILII
a Sophie O. Saunders N. W. Haekett Caahler of SWII a W ___..___ 11,60 01 lot
Parn.1I N II aall
lazy country "uy. !Icy, boy" ankh of Bradford County Bank of Stark., Florida dVy of bEV4 _...._: __...10 .0" tL T. Lou 8&-98 Iota a 13.14.16.48.47.4e.4Y.%
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the motorist, "I 1 want some ("asoline. If llvlnii and If dead all parties claiming In. N. of NE'4 less 4 a ID BEcor a lob 69.01
D. I. S.Pp _.__ _________ to..8N 6214
Get a move on you. You'll never (jet tereala under you or either of yon, or other- --- .10 .0 96 O. W. ....... I.U f f5Jv/ :" .. !._ ......20 I f. 138 W. P. OIt"'lI8h ____.___._.__.41.11
| In the following dtacrlbed altuated of NE N-R-ii-;; : : :=16 I 10 11 $smusl. W p8rowa 1".7" Lot. 87-3-58-00 In Woodl.wnaO 6 sa n Begtrln M. Gilbert ___..___ 1166
lhlll world unless nl.rlrl Jad.s : -------------
anywhere in you County of Bradford In of NE""' ooff SW ---------.---18 8 10 .() Jobneoa .IIAS' 18.11 Lot 68 it e'y, o f 6/ doWaudlaun
1'' pu h. Push i IK essential. When I wile Florida to-wlt NE''+ -. 8 10 .0 H. T.4 Paro.1I -------- nd 20 I 12 15 M.... Laura A. HG.all ___.._.__. US
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The Northwest quarter of the Northwest NWI.4nnr NE AFreotlunalBlnk ; W28 8 110 120 Lob .OG-6S-00.. In Woodlawn.20 I 211 .0 Jell H. fowling .____..... ... 12,38WI'
young I pushed) and that get met quarter of Section 4, Township 7 South Range I New Rlvax.r tn.y or NW' 0' NW of

where f am." il Eaatt .' ,: NE14 : Ses :: and NEV. a EVy 0' tolE ot '
the "1 reckon GREETING % NWV' ace tp 6B NWy4 a E'y ot SI!: ofNW4

\\.11, buss, uid boy The complainant having filed her sworn n. 20 east .__._____._________ W... Mabel -.___ 'I.U a E'4 of toIW'. of
i u' how you'll have in |push hill of complaint In thla court wherein aha Lo. 1-3 of elk 18 In New Kiv.'it 14E'4!: ot NW'4 a NE'4' of
aint of IlIeRin'l alleges that you and each of you have, or In of NEV4 of Sec 23 I'OE'.4' or 8W14 ____-91 I.' 10 D. B. Browntng __.______.___ .91.60NWy
( /lUIIO we got a drop ("
claim to hero come right title or Interest In If :K;1 f 8w 4Tp k, NEt& ofNEV of
'' ;' the place."-Georgia Highways. I Ia and to the lends aforoiald, or some part erS 20Wyut___...__ __ 0. T. Parnell --?.------- 1.7 Noy. 1'1' NI'IIL.! 6E'4" A Eyaof '!
I thereof, and praying for the quieting of her I I Lot 6 or IUk 18 In New Rier v. a'. of E\4 .1' 8Ey4 ___21 0 aa 15 C. a. Sapp ______.____.___ 20.8'
back title niialntit inch claim or clalma and hay rIng In E 'At of NE' of Sec. n, Com .t NW cor of BW\4\ of
A little card tatKod up on the | demanded< the making of this ordert I a W'h 01 NWIt. of See U NEL4 a run E! 681.9 rda 8

p' door casintr, with an appropriate In. Therefore you and each of you are hereby I T" 6 B R 20 seat ___.-________ Jar M.4Ab3w3 ____ '.01 00 W -1 r'b N 50rls
required I U before thla Monday .t' 63. Unknown __________.___.___
appear court on I.,t I of \Ilk 82 In New kb.r hot .___ _. I 22 eo 17.8.
Htrlption, may or-i' on muddy days the lied day of August, 1D26. "being theode In of NE'/4 of See I 8WIof h1Eyj .f2
to remind Juvenile memborK of the dny In laid month, to answer the comtdainant I a Wl: o NWV& of Ba :. or'"t>> ___ _-.44 I 12 00 T. 1. W.lnwrlorb' _?______..__ .o.s2
i Para E. Sweet, In the suit .ro,.. t 'fp 0 B R ao rent .____ UD\&aowa\ --.---.-- 1.117 NEil or E 10 a .9Y 6 22 80( luau C"mbel ___________.__ 10.n
fnmil to clan their feet before en aid. otherwise the complainant will proceedoxparte. < All Sik. 35.36.17.38.30.40.ii. NEt f SE'4'except' ___._ ..__12. 21 .0 J. S. III.thl. _.._.._____.......... 28.11

tering. 42 'n New Itlver In E&4 or Wr pf SW14! except 30 a In13E
It la further ordered that a copy of thla NE' of sea 28, a Wth of cor ._. .....___._._...42 I 22 70 Co n. S.Pp ______________? 1T.10

NOTICE OP EXECUTOR'S SALE order be publlahod once a week for sight con NWy4 o! aro !/ tD 6 8t 20 W. 6t. Badlr" ___.______._________10.110 W1s. of W''u' SEV1t4f\; 0' 6EIkNE'
necutlvo weeka In tho Bradford County Tel.* gut ______ A or 5WI. 22 6 22 .0 Mn. E. N. Wblte _______ 18.82
graph a newspaper piifcllahcd In Starke, All Dlkb8.1n eo.61.62.68.66- E'. 0' N'' .. 01 NSV4 of NE'28. 8 22 11 M. F. Brown .___.________ 1.04

t.1 IN RBt relate of Mary Hopkins, deaeaned.Nolle Bradford County, Morlda.WltnoM IIT.88 In New River In Eio of N 4 of 8IV'A of NEil of .
___.78 II 1 I, H. Lowery ___.__.____ 4.0'
0"/ Ii la h..blMh..n that wa, John my hand and the aeal of acid Circuit NF."i of arc 28. a Wth of I NWIt -
.. I'uli.w nnd Kate Ivlnirnton Executor andrveeiilrlx < Court at Starke. Bradford County FlorIda NW'/, us U tp 8 S It; 10 W 78 It 0' lot 8 of lllk/ In
resprclltely. of the estate of Mary the Ut day of May, 1926. W. 6f. Hodge" .__..________ 11.60 town or Lnwtoy W of Ry _2' 1 12 W. 1. Owntre.t ____.__ 1...
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r east --.- .---------- -- III.. W. JL Puraoll._._____ U.111
W of NE 0'
Hopkins, lain of Bradfoid County. Florida O. W. ALDERMAN NW'. ot SW*& __..44 8 10 40 Com \12 ft cor
+ deceased will make application" on Monday t tSeal) Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford NE'' of sxcepll- InN lot Blk 4 5 run S 100 fI
the 20th d.1or July. A. D. 1026. at ten County Florida L SWS4 W.II. Ned< ------.--- 11.011 W 80 It N 100 ft E .0 fI to
W ..h nl. .... 6 40 8-
cor -- I. 'V. 'Iaho'--r S. 6.69
B C. A. KNIGn r. fof ---- -- -- beg In town of Lawley W
f elork a. m. thereon to th. Honorable G.... ,i 9' 0' Sth lot 1\ ______.__.50PT 8 10 !0W1y
A. Rardlnar County Judga of Bradford. Counly Deputy Clerk. iut a AEIof 5V or RI/ _._________________28 1 22 W. H. Edwarcll' _.._____.___?.._._ 18.1.
L W. l'lnbolatsr 8.. .___.___ 18.81
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Florida, at hla office In the courthous. at J. M. CASH1N. toll .1 11 .0 10 Wth 1'1' lola 1-2. a E 125 ft of

Klarke! Bradford County, Florida, for an I. Attorney for Complainant. 6-B-8t-81 I A'v or lot 9 a NW .I. E. Clemmoa _..__.______.__. 40.17cor Inc S or town of
:i"f:1 11 r Dlkof/Rir L. A. htan .________..._.._ !
order to ..11 at a private' vnlo for distribution a el4 ..-.11 8 .0 110 Lawt.,. __________.l9wn I 21 -- 11.!
'to help at law and In compliance with the I FOR E'< of of NW. a EILof I 1 1 In loan
ORDER
PUBLICATION
lad will and teatament of I Iho sold Mary Hip.kins Ny.WY\ A Lswtey6 Jkn. ._.___.2S 8 22 Mci. III.ml. Log lwSfda< __.??__ U'AI
S1V NW'4 BW./9 I. W. Plnhoalo'! tI. _.__._____. .1961WIOon
deceased the following I described real In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial of \ of NW'I, ____ 8 10 00 loonier 1".rt' _.___ ."..0 1 of
Circuit. 4 Co
., nnd In Bradford. vB:1\: L.awtay..29 I. W. Barber __._______ ..0.0.Jlt .
Into lying helnv County.Alnto REEE4 ... .81 40t0 / ._..._._.._ 8 22
Bradford County. Horlda In Chancery. Ig: Charles Brown _m________._____. U..U
of Florida to-wlt I J. F. Colle,.. Complainant of (iw" :: ;::::::::::81 { d ( In town of
Southwest of Southeast of J: vl a3J"I Abbie 8. Hat'ky ((1022) _.________ 11.01JlOW
quarter quarter v. W'4' of sw11 a NE'4 0' S.lu.ta SIo..I.1oa _.__._u______ 17.78 ._..--. __.u 6 22
Section 21. Townahlp 0 South Itnnice 22 Esat.and loons W. Cote, et aLI \ ___?_________.__ .0 1oAO J. H Cinununa ________._____._ 114.70 town of Lawtey211
8I 7I B'k' Resin
oVl Abide S. __ __ _
e-mlnlnlnu. 40 acrea, more or lea N'% __________.____ 10 ( 1 II Harley __ 10.53
I Dill to Remova Cloud E... NWt- L. W. Croab) ___________.___._____ .d.U5
This Juno 10th. 1026. | It appearing from the allegations of the bola 1.2 ________________ 7 7 10 180 1 lot 86 rt N S 8 by 100 ft IIa
JOHN GLOW Executor bill of complaint the above.. Lot 11 except 2 a In SE Poe 87.18I I W S of hotel tot cncepl, alot21
worn in cause
Executrix. A. A. n..a __________.____
KATE!: LIVINGSTON
that Ih,. age and rt-eidrnee) of th. dar.nd.nla.1 a Nt4 of lot IJ _._._.__... 1 1 trJ 11ANWIS ftN&Sby4Of1Ea
Estate of Mary Hopkins, Dceoaaeil. A. A. li..n ------?--- 19.66lot
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8 1 I" 40 W in SE do
19-6U7-17 to Ida-wlt O: Brown George W Jacob Cols C. O Brown. W. Mlllard Ivlnuaton F., I 12 or of I'IW\4 till\ I In-W.rI-CityA: 1 2" Bluabam< Ward _. -....--__.____.._.__ 1.08 town of ,J:: {J of same Ry _.23 0 22 E. B. Wel" -----._____.____..___.. 880
L. W.
Brown N. W. Hacket and A. E. Moltt are all Tot 7 oRlk 8 In Ward Clt,_ 8 1 20 Croab --- ----- .11.48 Lot 49 In town of Law/oy E of i
NOTICE Or M AM r hits MALE: unknown and that there no In the Lot, of 111k 16 In ; era 28 21 26 25 tp 6
State of Florida. known to ia complainant person the1, n't: City n _"____ 8 T .0 u. P. G.lnq ____...______ NyRln 22 rut _.._..___._.._.___________ F.nnl. neblnaon __._._..___...___ 1.11
Notice Is hereby glvin that ender. and. l hy service of a subpoena upon whom would bind Lota 1.0.7.8 0' BIk I 20 In Lot 9 In Otla sub \lrluo of a final Aver. modes. and .n..d. th.nth .. said dufendanta ; and that It la believed< by Wnrd City _. ____ ___ 8 7 .0 &I.., 1111118) G.lnq m_________ 12.88 Laatey ease 23 246 28 tp
.' day nf lunr' A. D Iu2n hy Jud... A. VAdklm complainant that the nad! named defendant All 1 Ttlk 23 except lot 7 In Ward I n 22 ..a ____________._________ Wm. Anderson ._._____._.__ SI
: _____._ _._
imo of the JIIIKI" | uf the rircult Courtof I '* are interr"led In the property In City 1 ..... ._._.._..... 8 7 10 BIo.ba W.rd ? 11.1I8 I Ely, of 8W\I. Dr SW\4\ of
the Eighth Judicial rircult of Flnrldn In solved In till suit:, and complainant: does I.ot 7 or Dik 13 In Ward< City 8 T 10 B. b. 8app, ----.-------.------.- 4.011 I ..NE' --- ________..__.2S 22 I 1If... Ole Three ._______._______.___ 8.ts
and for Bradford' county. Florida In Chunrery not know and by diligent search h... not boon Com nt NE .0. 0' J. A. Ab. NJ10;; of NEI i Dr NEt:: ______24 6 22 10 Maltle A Wooden _..__.___._.______ 7.0.
7 silting In favor of Walter M. Krrl 1.. able to ascertain whether any of the defend- bolls restknee Int and run 1\1\ SWi/, of NEy' of : ____--23 6 22 U D. D.y! _._____._______..___ 7.01W''J
complainant\ and ngalnst fluspppi; Campo' ants are dead or alive and that It la aliened< ft 8 240 ft W 7& ft 101 240 of lE'4 0' SIIJ! of NE',. 28 5 22 5 Wm. Thomaa ..__.________..__ '.78
Carmollna. Campo:: hi I* wife, and:: Lncy N, complainant In said aworn bill that hbollavea ft to beg In REV of 8W'%_ 6 7 20 O. 6t. S.vlll .--_....___._..____..._ 18.01 SI:! ur 5W'4 of NE\4\ .x.ept

Nrnmnn drfrndnnkh.' undtrslitnod will offer her. are "...on. Interested< In th. I SEI lor NE\4\ lg Nth of SE\4\ I I I E: 490 ft ____ __ ____28 0 22 18 Rhoda a lIt Qu.... n_ 7,34 I
for lal. before the courthouse door ntHlnrki said property Involved In thla suit whoa I .xerpt. Rv .IMh"-WA, .__ 9 1 .0 108 H. P. Gainer ______..___________ 18.82 E R', a of Nth of NW\4\ of

*. ,llrndfonl.. county. I lorlda iHtuinntheIt name or name and ago or ages and, whole NE'4 NWV4 a W14 of NW'Io _______________..28 I 22 8 J. O. Techatone ..___________ 1.84 I
'gal: hour nf snU on Mondny'. the 8rd nfAagum ...Id.n.. are unknown to complainant ; and< \r'l.f _.___.___...._...10 or .0 UtI II. 1'. Galnoy __00___.______._______ 2 ..85'NWI. f NEI4 o! SWy4 E
A. I) HUH, tn the :hlirhist: : .i'nt.*t In said bill relief la prayed against such ', of SWV4 ______ __.16 1 2" 40 H. 1'. Gamey, ___.__.__.______._ U.1I7 A.tNl' : _?. ._ -_ ___. 28 I 22 8 !P. A. Fisher ______.____L. 18.8. I
bidder for rimh 'thi. Mloulnx di-verllHd. Innds known and unknown peniona Therefore It laordirid NE' or SE'lees! R 8 a _____14 'IOU H. I.. Latney _________.___.__.___ 10.111 Com .t SW cor ofSW% of
lying and I hi Inn in Biiidfonl' 01 unty. Florida that all "....on. named In this order WII' of SW'5 of NW'.4 _____.17 1 20 80 H. L. Leww _.____..______._______ 18.88 liE' I a run F. on eec. IIn.IO .
to-wlt If Ihlnit. and If drab all potions claiming' any Lot ft __ ____________..___.15 1 20 80 C. N. bh.W ____.._...______._______ U.1U rt to 0 fIt of beg thence
'/ lota Siventeen '117)) and E ) 'In interest under the laid named defendant BWtS of NWV4 a NWV4 ofSW' N 880 rt E 108 fI S 8611 fI I
Hwtlnn: Tim ( ID, Township:: Flop rt'l) nuI' aforesaid di..paeed or otherwU. and that all _....__u .22 7 21< 80 J. S. 'ONFth .__._____________ 24.68 W I\'ij It to beg. ___________28 6 22 3 1u. W. Williams _______.._.____ 8 Ie r
i Itiioge Twenty-two i'Mi .;".t. aecor-llnir. tr 1 persona whomioevor whops name or namee. !5.E" of NW'.4 ______._______27 200 I. S. Fowler ________._____.____.. 13.20 W'' SW% of :NWV4 ofS
v ,lint. recorded In I'ubllc eords. of Ilrndfordcounty age or ages and ....hI.n.. are alleged. to be NW'oil' F.4' of 8W'4 _____.26 1 20 240 Mn. L. V. Bowling _.__________ 67.88 :oAf __ __ __._28 8 22 I J... Roberta __._.?______...166 :
on PngOiu< II II.) Haid lou contnlnlntf unknown to cntnplalnnnt. that may be or are R"'t or wu, of NE'.4 of NE'I 8 21 18 W. E. 0.111. ___"'___".__'___ 8.41 NEB of NIof:" NWV __-___27 5 22 20 J. T. n..ldl.h .________________ 10.8' !
1 'D norea more or leasE I IntenieU.! In the rolnafler dt I W'4' of NWV\ ____________.__12 I 21 SO J. B. Rests ____________.____ 21.28 ,, 0' NW' of NWv ____27 6 22 10 C. R. S.Pp ._____.___.._._.__.._ '.75
(, R. A. CRFFN. oily or any part thereof lying; and I'b'1nror. NW" of NE% a N'I1' of NE14of \ SEII, 1'1' NW'4 of SE\4\ a i

,. 11.1,1, Miuler I llrndford county Florida. described aa follow I NE4 ___00 __ ___._0080 0 11 70 C. C. Cow.r\ __._._..______._______ 80.50 NE't' .r 8W44 i or SEV4 ___.2T I 12 .0 P. L. Dlnklne ..________._._.__.__ 10."
m. JOHNS Lois One (U) and Three ((31 and lot Mv.IS RW'of NW\4\ ____.__.___..46 II 21 4" A. J. Cowart: __.________. 111.110 S'1.' of E.:1: sf SE" of SE'4 .
tfnllcitnr for ('''n..ln. .nnnt 7.5.5t.7.21hOTICE ). except a portion In the Southeast. cnrner RW of '"<:'1, ___________.__29 II 21 4G &I.. J. E. t.p"; ____.__._.___ 11,87NW' w'4 of SE' a
being thirteen (13)) foot north and south and or I'IF.\' a. I a In SEcor 8%( or SWb. of SE\oI\;, a SEI4of I
; OK GUAHPItN BALE I i 'Ihlriy-thrie (till) fort out and went. Abo at of SE'4 of NW'" a 1 a SEI of SW'/ (023)) ___27 8 12 18 A. R. Harley. (1023)) _______._._._ 42.12'
portion of lot Seven <71.> described at follows AW .or of 81VV4 al". or SEM of SkI4 of SE'"
Thirty d.,. after data Hereof I will apply 1 > Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot I NIV4 _______._.. ___..29 8 II 41 J. W. Johnson ___..__..___._.__..: 11.2 <<< WI. of SE14 or SI':14: a r
+P to the Honorable flea A. Gardiner. county Soven (ill and run Eaat 72U, feet thence NE1, or 5W14 ._____________U 8 21 4G Ur. A. J. Jobnaon ____.______.__. 14,81W4 R'l' or SW',. of IIE\4\ aSE"1
Judo. of Bradford county, Florida on to, South' IZKj feat thence West 7V4 feet I or REIof.SWv' ,. _______80 I 21 tD U. O. G..n -___.______________ 8." NfwSv ,, of SWV4 -._.17 0 II 50 A. R. Harley __._____..__._._ 10.83 i
wit the SOlh. d.1or July A. D. Ifl26. at 10 i thence North 1214 foot to point of beginning.all SWL; SWV4 a W'44 of 8'. ofNWVISNY 1
oeloek a. m. at hla office at the cnurthniue In uf Iho above being In lunch Fourteen ((11) \or' _.___.___.....__..50 I 11 80 J. W. Nichola --.---.-----.------ 24.118 ;'r N':' of "W'4 .f NW'\ __27 0 U 80 M. 1.,1., 10.11 r
Iho town of Htnrkc. Bradford Bounty. Florida, of tho original Town of Starke.i I NW'' or NF'/4 _______.______83 0 21 10 111,.. J. 1r.: Ii.pp -------.-----..----. .I.U Y.\fOL BWS4 of 8W'A wi428 5 U 10 H. R. Crawford -.------ 10.62 l
for an Order to ell at private ales a Do appear to the nnld bill of complaint on 1'tin in"N Vtl/of NEV4 bound. of NWV4 of
fourth undivided Interest of Chorine Franca! or before* the Third day of Auguat. A. D 1026, S ,, a N'of A
+ llunt. minor heir of Frank licks' d.. ....I. and In due eoume define and set up ...b.... E hy .uncbh ______________88 5 11 I J!. 8. Norman -.-.-------------.- 7.0L Sty o[ E l'fofSW'f4 ofNW I
yi In and to the following, dceicrlbed landa to- over claim or interest which you and each NWIA of NW4\ ____ __ 1 I 21 /A E. W. "reoa -----___.___.______ U.U. % ____________?_.28 I 21 .0 B. J. Thom,,' ___________.___ 11.1.
with I! of you may have I to the chose described property. W" or "' ot SW'1 _.__ 1 8 21 10 Conway MMLLb.w..________? ..IIT Lots 1-2 a 844 of tat 8 a .n
: lust; Thne-fourlhl of Faat-half of South- or the said bill will be I.ken.. eon NEIL or NEIA, .r I'IW4' \ .___. 1 8 21 1" l.em 4oodwine ?-_.__._____ 11.'& lot. a Nth ot lot II and .n
are eat quarter, Section 82, Township 7. Itanve t feiiaed against you W'i of NWV .r 9V14 ______ 1 I 2J 10 MIIe, Jj.,1.7 ---------- lI.all Iota I I17.1 ..310078.9no :;
twenty-two, Bald Inn.ln situate E'4 of BEST a 8E14of a Nth 0' Iota 83-14 In
nnd lyln In i It I. further ordered that thla order be
Brndford County, lorlda .pilblliihed once a week for Eight consecutive JF.'f': ______________ I 1 910 hln. Maggie E. Edw.da _____ .08 Wondl..n _____________.28 0 II 1U W. P. Borough .. ... .. 48.84
','f Thla 10th day of June 11128 weeka. In the Bradford County Telegraph a REV "f 8WI. _..____.______ I I 21 .0 J. J. (,,ruby ---____.________ 14.33NW'S Luta 7-IU.4R-U In Woodland _.29 I U 40 Beatrice 111. Gilbert...___.____ 12.87
r : I w..klln..ap.. .. of .general circulation .r R1VI.,. _______._____. 8 I 21 40 1I1..k. Add..oa ._ 15." S'1 ?:7 lot 22 a all lot. 27-26.96.
vi Guardian for Charlie Prancb HuntilMinor.:;; published In Rtarka. Bradford county. Florida 1'1"' of SW'1 __ _______ ___.11 8 2J 80 A.. 11. Alv.-- -------- 11..n 89.99.4t.42.43.44.15.63.
J 0-IO-bt.7.IT. I 'Ihla the 2nd day of June A. D. 192& NI4! or NEV -_ .___.12 8 910 AI... Maggie, 1.: td..rdo: ______ "' ..01118N.wl 54 In Woodl..n _______2a 9 0 12 U5 Nester Cameron _?__.__ 1156
ORDER FOR PrilllCATlOV! I O W. ALDEit.MAN. In enr of AWV1 0 Lot 20 a 8th or lot f0 Wy4of
: N..E :
In the Circuit Court of 514 of NWT Into 48-40 a. .n lot. 00-81
the Eighth Judicial I (Seal Cleric of Circuit Court Bradford
Circuit of Florida In and for Bradford Coun County. Florida. NW'l; _.____u___:._.12 8 11 t0 Elam Law.. -..___ 1II.U In Woodl.wn ______._______.20 6 21 45 III... Laura A. BIa..n ___? 14.75

tlIn Chan..",. 1 By C. A. KNIGHT. SE'I of NW' a NWI& or _.. _..__ ._, E'4 of iota B.U In Wood-
.. Sara E. Sweat Complainant. I Deputy Clerk. NF.'I .f I'Iw'4' a. NWt'..' of ..wauwb.. e1ew w lawn" ______ __ ____28 I 12 U H. R. Crawford ._______ 8.71
ve A. 8 CREWS SW'' a N'4 of ofPWys Lot. 6.11 8. Nli of lot f2 InWoodl..n

r R. r. Hrlbentrr, et ala. Defendant.. 1 Solicitor for Complainant 8-9t-7-SI, .. __ :v.. u ly 8 2J 110 Waltor Vnd.rblll 81.10 _.__ __ 28 I II .3 Jeff R. Dowling _______ IS IS
.'. NEV4 of SE'A a Nli ., BEyrat \ Lots 1-8-7.B a, NK 0' lot 15
IIE! 8 11 ..0alte.. Vnd.rblll _____ 11.0' oil nil Iota 28.83-40..0.015-47.
loll(. of NWVL\ except 1.5..a.-.I.n11 _. .0-2.3-011.60. In Wood.

tar NOTICE RIO cor a except a NE I.wn ____________.__80 I II lIS Beatrice M. Gilbert ____ 11.00
Lp Nolle: I.ThW; by ylu'n. that the following lamb will 1 be .old at public' nu tine' __- t._ 1 11 d0n 81m Kelley ___._________ .2.17 Lot 8 a W' lot 1/ all ?
!
,,, on the ) In AUGUST, 11)88); .II'i:1'h; \ : llrd day of said; month: Inf. XI the W'4rof 9EV5 a Wr4 of..NEy429 lots. 19.19 .01I S'4 of tot 82

CiturthiMuv Dam i HI Sloth.. In llradford county. Stat* of Klorldn. or no much thereof as SEV4 __ _.._._...n 11 60I7 R. R. a J. 1. Vnd.rhlll ____ 81.07 In Woodl..n ___________.80 6 12 .0 W. P. Borough ______. .___ 1598
will be niveuniy to "poy the amount due for taxea set oppoiillo the same, together with tho Lot 2 o. e'4 of NI4!: 6e 6d 11 M.J.MCRM _._.___ 1O.G3 Lon 80.89 a Wth ot lot 82 In ?

cost of such mill- anti mKcrllsIng C. A. JUTCH Tnx Coll..lnrTaiea. Lot 3 S tt of Bib 11 Woodl..n _________.80 I II f6 111.... Laura A. BIa..n _.______ 1.88

In Samr.on Cup ___.___-... 1 T 11 John Ov.rotred __._.......... 9.811of Lot 9n Woodlawn ________.30 1 21 10 S. R. Thomp.on ____.__.______..__ 3,18
1..ri..Uon! '... T. R. A. Owner a (mate W 1 a S\4\ of SW\4 of Lots 4-5.1-12-IU-/0.21.28.2930_
i." I MS 1 original! I town _n________.______ M M. Morgan _____nn_______ ______ 2.97 I M.llnda Prid"eoD ?____ 183I 81-32.3 a Wli of lot H la
t.. Lot original' town Mra NF'4V4 ::::::::::::::::: T !l l0 0 E. E.'Hlookle II.IIUNIVt
lk7! : : Plulna 781 : 0 -- ------- Woodl.wn 8t 1 U II' Datrlce M. Gilbert _____.11.67
Lot bit 1 ::::::::: : J.lo:4
? town _- T-- ::=:.: WrSimla.: : : :: : \ of SBE'4: a. W4 of NEy' I ota1.25S'4oflot0SEU4of

Lou 8.8) bib' 32 J. M. John.! ? _______..__.__ / M. 8l".'1 nin ._.___.n___________ 2.97 of RF'4 a S'y SW's ofof lot 1\ 6 .11 lola 13-18-\ a 7 '4rr-wvE
1, Lot Lot 1 blk 11 L... T./ Co''C _______.._.__. Frank 0.1"0.' .__....____ _.__.___. .15.117 I NE'4' _._ I. 7 11 I' H. A. Pre.Cott n.. .._ 22.38 a S.. of lot 23 a all lot. U.
ta hlk !18 .. '
a NF.'I 0' NWV of 261.6010 In Woodl..n31 21 M.... Laura A.
aI4W15 6 II' DIu.n _____ IS.S'
Haiti .n_______ ____.-.-__._...___ D. a. Wheeler Eat. ._______.___.___.18.8& NWVy of NEV 16 7 .1 00 a. u. BDOCCer ____ 18.10 Lob. .30.98-n.U.0.&O.00..
Lot lot 4 1 but bib 32 I.. T. a-co-, Add____.._________ J. A. flowe 00____.__.______.________ 8.40 WV4ofNWL4a514ofSEVN1V \ 62.61 In \\'oodla..n ________81 8 22 1\0 J. F. Monl.oa _______ 83.0.
I I.
1 T.
Co. sub ) Lot. 37.16.63 '
dlv. .______n ______ John Parker _.. N of 6 NM .} E. B. Jones __.___ 82.07 a f9'13)Of lot /11n
Woodlawn a. V. Parmenter
8.n \ I'IW'. __ ___ 11 1 II 118 ( ) 81 6 .2 ao (1923)) ____ 10.49
All Lola blk 111: L. T. a G's sub dly::::;::.::::: 8. K. Kelly -.::...::::::::::::.::;: 801 liE 11, "f NF.\4\ .______._____.17 1 11 4& Unknown _______ 18.20 Lots 97-40-GJ 4 Ely of lot /4In

1-2 bib 2M L. T. a Co'a I WrS of lW\4\ of I'IF.V' __ 20 7 II .0 11. S. Waller -___________... n.lo Woodla.J n -- _81 6 .2 U a. u. Parment.r ___ IU8Woodl.wn
sub dlv ...-- ____ _?_____.,_._ M"m'0' Dell .__.__.______...___._____ 8.81 1 a In NE ear SW'4 Wr4 of lot 1T a ail l lot 13 IaEt4
Lola 1-1 bib 8:1: L. T. a -co-. : also I beg 86 ; .SE : NE __..81 I 22 II W. Eo Norman _____ 1189

l..ola sub 3.4 div bib. -84---I.-. -- -...-_ .____.______._. Lillie Sandra ....______.._..._.__ 8.27 car of SW% of SEV A rtn of lot 11 1nW.oodlawn __.81 .a 8 n. H. P.rm.nter __________ 3,43:
T
Cu'esub W IRa 745 II 440 ,da E 162y4a Lot 10 a 1V3, of lot It a N34
blk div 9e .L.---- -____ _._____?.__?__.____ Alex U....... --_________________.10.83 N 4t0 yds .n hrq _____.20 'I 11 It J. J. Byrd _____ 1.08 of lot 23 In Woodl.wn _II 5 18 I 0 L. R S..lIn" --_____3366
:. T.:: A. Coo sub WIlt of NW44 of NE'4 ______18 7 11 .5 L. B. Hail ___.... 1.83 Lot 21 In Woo Pubs v ui.ou .'--...... ..._..___.___.... M. Bllerson .----........_____....la, ,8 .___ 1 11 U' Jas. H.nolda ______ 66488W Lola ...8.7.8-0.10-1\3U18.18
i"o.c.r dlv ." ftg- Jenkins ._____..._____________.18.89 J. sf NE\4\ 8sEy4!: .o.f1T 17.18-111-20.21-22-23-2&-28.29_
Lots IlIk 211 2-8 L.blk1 oily _.__::::::.::::._ 8n.n ________.._._____.__..____ e,4o 28 1 II .0 J. J. Byrd .- ... ..... 80.31.8/-36.86.3748.890.41._
T. T. Co* 'II\hi' {
E' of s\V\4--i---EKof 42-43.t46.45.17.19.10.606164.6J61.46.64.57.855U.60.61,

Lot sub 8 div blk 42 -L.:.T..;..-..._._...............?. n. B. Bnall -..---.......--..--------. 4.11 SW'4 0__.______._.. .._28 1 11 100 ..... no"nolda .. 11.85
a Co'a sub Com S line 1'1' of 62 In Woodlswn _:. = =. 82 II J. p. Morrl.on __
on NW'.4 5 120 ..__ISU8
11 .11"bi. __n"__".____. __..__ _._._ Julia Butler ..___.._________..___. ..43 NE'i on 1V Floe of Ry rI"ht.r.w. EI4 of NEVI a of
WI 4'. i-dly___...?.__.:. Hoover .roe. ___ ___ __ 2.11 ., a 101 .Iohl-of. IcE'4 a Nu, Eoo'if. of '
nun on
Sib U L. T. a CD' sub div _._____.____.__ A. O. Jenkins _._......____..__..__ 640 way no yde to a pi of beg !lE1! a KE54 of NW of

N' 9 blk ::18 'L. T. a.,Cn'a sub dlv_____________ H 0. Ptahnl _____..___..___________ 8.49 thrnee W 170 yds N 124 yda. .__________._ _88 I .2 ISO JI:. L. Crews -_ ___ 01 f9E'y'kof /
Et0 lots lkl.8.I'b'i= 2 add .m.ii----------;; Mamie """ ------------.____- 1.12 E 224 yd. to rlghtof way NE14 of SEt, ___.._83 5.2 10 1\1... H. C. Crews __ 1,76

C On'e'h-l of land. ___ _.,'_._n______________ M" Alice 8".rt"". ________--_____" *> thencp 111 IM S 10 bo'c on _.hl-or.W.F_____ ___.__29 'I 11 I J. 0. 11..17.... ..w_....., 12.10 W14 BW'.3 1'1' S\V }4of NW'4 of / 5 12 1 M... H. C. Caws ?? ??..? ./I'J

'. blk :III hounded N by SF of NWtu except I a bNE : R14 or NW''j el SWI6 ______88 II 20 Mlles Tomplctn __. 18.8.
prig E.
W t..wn. S by cor for church __. 211 7 11 .0 N D. Jong 18.10 IIW v of 'l of SE"I, ____85 1 22 10 C.... Coleman --___............ 1.04
Ru 1.2.111.18 by Thompson In. E "A rt'a.. M 8 f1.k..n. .._______.___._.____9.33 Com on N line of SWy of NEt, of NIVL, ot NE'4+ ofSWV4
NE>l IV line Ky right.nf 9 NWIi of N of
tend l-j In NK of : .
a ear SEV yo' : E4

-f: 8Kle E .'0 ft. ____._28 8 21 0 C. Sweat .._..___.._____.._.__.._ 357) IS a ft run to a S lit n of rlahtof.wny bee.tlu swt of of SEI 81VV4. of a NW'.4 __of.88 1 It 10 B.n" of Wmbton ?..?..- ..14.11

nee W IOn ft 8 10" ft E1O Lola 16-21 In Pe.t.vllle en.hracing .

NOTICE :\\;' of Mrs E A. Dart': 5.61 of N WLS __ ____88 5 n 14 J. J. Strong _. .. 1."
Noll. ,1s herbp hm thai lh. following described< land will b sold at public I or II.Nf n G-;'; ;; :::29 ; n Nr: : : A.: Barry ==____.__ 16.10: NW'i of NE', of SW\4 _.._ 1 U l' Unknown 3,111

on h. FIRST MONDAY IN JULY 1D28 Jt being the 6th day of *said month before auction lot a .r mk Sin Graham; __.211 1 11 J. U. 8urrency .___ '.83 SW\o or SE' _______ 3 8 62 40 Mr' O.. VIT. B....... ?"' 18.01
Courthouse Door at Slarke In Bradford county. state of Florida much the E''. rat. 'k1!: wl4 oSr. N of E'' BWtof NE'. 4 I I. II .. BrowD ___ '.U
thereof v..I
will ne neceasary to pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the or. so. aa :'. o f .._._.._...19 4 II 110 W. P. Clyd. _______. 82.81 SE'S' or NW" a W\4\ of
coat of such: sale and .T'eg-.iroo the All .l0 140 Black Co. ....113.84 SW'. of NE'4' __________ 4 O I. II A. I. 11..0
advertising. E. W : :t t : n...
HAYES. All : : :::::::::::::::::::::.21 : =: 140 : Black Co. ??...._-= ..173.32: r NWI4 of

-------- -- --- All _______________.._.__22 4 12 810 R. L. Black a Ca ____._____173.8.1 WSWg % as EVd a of SW\4 01 -

All except BEy4of SE'4 _-__u 1 12 600 R. I. Black A Ca ______.....164.63 I1WII, _. _________ 1 8 12 126aEt4f8W14aw F.nnl. E. Patti,. _____ .'.11
T... 111 -- 2. / 18 110 R. L. Black a Ca _. U'.II W''. ..r NE'.4 a EV4 of
Deoedptlan Sec. T. JL A. Owner a Costa I4RIS; ;of; "" W--f4 1Y14jof NW4);

NW1,4 or 8E"1 a N64 of NE' a Nty of NW\4\ .__.28 4 1..00 a. L. Black a Co _.. 60.1. SEL4 __ ___..___.______ I I .1 120 E. R:. Canon ___.. '08.1'
SW'4 .. ._.36 All u__ --____ .________.4d 4 22 810 R. L. Black a Co _____ 173.8.1 F.' ) ot NF.I. ___.____________ I I 22 80 F. J. P.u. --_____???_ ____ f15
8 120
Eb, of NEV-a NE14 of SEI4 111 n. J. Andrew. _______________ 85.87 111 '."rt lr' .r BE14 ____17 1 22 .00 R. L. Brack a Co. ______15..84 N', uf sW' __ __ __ 8 22 .0 J. A. R."enoteID C.. lIAI

ASWts' of SEV I!: --_____-.. 0 1 11 150 J. V. Ed....... ___..______________ 47.1. l'P.' a. W' of "WVo'a :SE"1 NW'4', .r or NWy of of NEl4--_ aNE E. E. Cano.a .
NEt' NSVVe NE\4 NW1& 1 U 10 __ '.n
fnatipnal AEg4YLtSEIW4K8814..2l
4fo yl4noJ-- a. 1.. Black a. Co ______.143 n of Wy4
/ 12 140 E44 a
Nw ..._ .... 5 1 III 8G P. W. Ed..fa ....____ : "JEtW--: NWV4
_. _
.__ lua ,
9E14': or 1'Itt' All ----._____.___ 4 12 110 R. L. Black a Co "ioU of NW1( ?11 1 II /0 M.h" Ollroatb 11.4.
it f
NW4ofSW a -W17aof 19J Mrs. Florence Varn.dore ..,______ 13." E14 "r NEV4Ej of BF29 ER, nf N\\" Vp .r Wy4 _____.10 8 n 80 Eo E. Hln.kl. _____ 10.49

9wtS of 8W S a W 10 of and all Wlio .1' N&\o\ E alI Et, of SW.. .1' 8E" _______1I 18 f1 Jr. H. Spencer -. 1.11
a

E%NEt..r, of:tSW'q' __:\___.____.____.19 T T III I7 Store ".(fII. ._._.____.088 NE4 river I : .._::::::::::::::::.00.63 : =: 400 140 //:1..1.:: Black Black a a Ca Co. ::--::::-- 16.74 88.63 S'k W.(,.. .r of NE::' ,0'ot BE"NE'4,' or _NWV4______.17.14 a 8 18 U 10 11 J.Lon Homer,. Kahr Livingston_ 20.14 881
N1I\Io .11 Ilf IG A. O. Gowen _________ _____
621{ of NE':' 8 n NI9' A NF.", of IE'; ___ n13 4 t1 .40 R. L. Black a Co __...... .... _111.08 Lola 1.2.8-1-5 or Florence I-:
___.11 1 III 6G III... florencs
-- Varaadore __
43.54I
"W\4 orm'i: N of river____l/ 1 18 8G Pt.ve Hague ______._..__...__ 1111 I'j!:' ot..t.E''f;; a NWIi PWty i.f NEW WWrf Canova'a sub dly In NOt __11 S II 140 Unknown 11.8'
8t or AIy or IIWI.\ 1\ a com .t NE enr 0' hAV'4of
.. 88 I 20 8" W. F. V.'boro..h ________ 1-.91 NWt.S'\ _________,34 / It..o It. I. Black a Ca U8.4 A. W
8 rat IW" or SEl. ..... __ SWVo run IMO ft
11 8 10 10 61. Co Raul.non __
_
AI 5814 of NF:4: 101 of mad a '.82 NE'4 or NW'j ___ ___14 4 .1 48 F. 1. (Jrlrffo _u 13.82 8 46'1' fI E: 1040 ft N 4&0 ft
IIW\4 of NE' A of N1r" a. SW' a Elio of SE'4 .36 4 II 180 R I. Black a Ca 184." to bees ____ _____17 162 11 J.ff L. .....
ItEVo NWt4_ __ 624 of _____ 18 .0 a. I. Black. a Co. .?.. ..?.. 11.80 I NW' of 5W .... W 9 aN11aa3t4ofSWy4
NEt- .- h A n 1 e 10 10. W. M. Thom.. __.__._____.__ n.n S'' of liE't4VofNWT .. Nof y416 except .

NWttnf NE'4 ot NE14: of IW'4 ..______.34 4 210 N. T. Rltcb a O. M. 1 amid n." 8 a In 8W enr S NE'4I
: NE4 of 664'r 1 1 10 88 M. 0. RaulonoD .. ".4' NE\.4\ of I'IW'' _______u_____ I O 12.0 R. L. Black 1 eo. 11.11 of SW44 a 9 a W of public

11I.NoW of s\1: t NI., .1' NEt, _________.___._. t0 6 18.. J. &. Fowls ... 10.00 I road< In NW\4 of SE\o aW,4
IIW\4\ n.. 81'' ', eveept: N14 1 o In I H In Woodlawn _______11 1 It f0 Mn. Laura A B'-II' ___ a.7' of SW4 of SE'4 ___.I7 121 184 O. J. Griffin 114.

SE corner, for school ____a_.__ 1 I 18 11' vi' of SWy4 of SW( .____11 I II 10 1. D. Arnold __ ___?_____ 7.0. NE'. of SW74 ______ Ia I II 48 Annie R.ywoi I'" list
W'4 or Nf:' F. nf river _____ I 0 IG a. R Merritt ...1337 of SE'4 s NEv4 I: 3 = : E. T. Collins .--- 76 I E''. of NEVo of NE'4!:' ..f9 1 u n Peek A Heresies ,.II
10 : = t
Nut .r SEt4 of NWtj a J. P. Dowling .... .... .?. ,?,_ 8.d 1116 of SW4 N\VSi. == 8 Tb .. 8. Foster : NW'- except 40 a oft W side

.f SW'. A nil 8W\Io\ .ot EI4 Lot 19 In Woodl..n ____...1. I II 18 S. M. Cbu..bbll1 _M...... 8.71 a v4 of 5W3 a NWy4\ ofSWa
S of branch .. BE"orl 111 tot 14 In Woodl.wn ____.__.1I II II D. Edwin 8e F..ter L7I \ ______________.__.0 1 II." O. J. GrltrIa /171
-- \ B. I. I.p __... .. .... 11.8. NLy of lot 12 in Woodlawe Cllr.
NWt4 SE'' A elf Ety ;f'.0 .14 1 8 Cteoaae --- .. 2.417.ot NWV NWt4 except 1 'lot isNW
U 0:0
1 AR:V, W nr publle road, a ail 62 In Woodlawn .... _::li 1 19 J. P. Philips :. 7.01 __ .._ __._ 11 e u 40 Peek a H.nglr 1411
8W4\ of SE4 101 ot 1,1011 t- N o6f6i41nt-fT 36n Woad.... ___15 12 4 .. A. Plaher 3.Nont4 Com .20 ft N 01 SI!: eor ofSW'4 ?"
L
Com branch at SW ocr of-. NW'4.-of 11 1 10 7e J. P. lowllag .-.... .?...... 11.11 except 71-d. 1 aW'4 a ____ofaW'4 .1. 1 18 tUnknown 11.2' R 17"W.4.0"f4 ran E 1't.s,;

NE4\ a nut 101 22" yds to Gat I-In Wondl.wn .ll t II If 1Il..I. O. Sherwin L7I to beg _____ _____-11 121 Clareo..Eltnon .L//
wire f.D.. then E to Me.Klnny Lora a 814 of bt" In 12 a tn N ( of '!t of 8W\I

along said br.n.h branch. thrnee to 8 lies S- Ltga W.odl..n 65.68n- wood.-:::=.1f 62 t/ :84f: :: Mrs.J.LaDbaura; A. B..n. --:::::= lU; hoc .n I. E 'of, NW run eor ofNE'a E "

\ of NE'4 01 NE4 thence W al, of :t'.J: 8t "W'.n' :: a 862 1I'f' ft w" 10/4 ftthen.
P1 In '" ,1e It.. Vn"on sur .. N 18
to bee ------ .. .. __19 15 II M. 1. Crews ________________ 1110 Lola etIlot ID Grldna drtrsea ttJon
Woodlawn __II a It I' T. P. IJA.
\ 88\4\ of NW\4\ __ .. _._____ 1 It 11 M 6 Crewe 414 a oilfendalgaf!:
\ .:-------------- 11.7' Lota .7..3-44 I. Wodt....ll 1 tJ 4/ I. 1. Orkr 11.1 of BIkOSefR/ as











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JULY! 3. lilj.;!; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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8.. 'T. R. & I Doncrlptlon Sea T. R. A. T.... raw
Tan Owner Into. of llrndford county Florida i
A Cam::
'tnctiona 9 or DIIe e S ot R OWMH a CaleW SWVi of NEVi except It a IBNB Tho N.wil" THE HEIRS AT LAW. DB.VISEES .
________________.81 s n 1Al. .\ND '
( In NWS ot 8W% III cor .a Leonard __._. __ 1D.T9 Fond Papa-M\Voil son what did ASSIGNS of BSD.
melds .ub 'dlv -----2. d III II 3 a com at NE Our of NEV4 WIG! OKOI.RHAOAN wlf of
".1'r of OIk A 8 ot R I W III P 0. 0---110 Fit --.-.. 1111 of NWfe\< A. run W 148 yda you lenra in cttnut today" Son-*'Aw. OfSTWB DItOLBHADAN. both

':I", or SWI Temple sub 8 70 gds E 148 yd. N 70 yd aot much. dud.V hadila cunple of deci'iu. ,',1. late of Bradford Coun
,r, .l1 .bee 4 S3s S Haady Brymar .._.......___ 8.05 ty. Florida., : SOPHIA (..LANM /. r
------- --- ------- a II I Jw Doll s fialgtl
._.._... /
I'' ft E & W ... 220 It wiele Lou O lot of land-ff8 two roolom In history n throa reel .\N. M.AX I1ACH AND NIC-
n'onr S a FJ IIn. In SB eor of NW\* of SEVi\ t1'IIvp'1l111t In ffpnirrniihy. and 1 A 1t IIOVLS ll.veil if n life, and If
c.ofUlk2SofR2E In C lIIal$) ________________11 S $1 Groan Hamilton (IKS ...) dead I lion their rrnpi-ctlve HEIRS
On. lot of land 148 ft .4 la SEnor rcol nntii'-o mij'lv They nnotn .1t,1\ u* AT L\W. DEVISERS! AND
T ."h dlv ______ I
II ltatk
-- I f.llIlIl. __u__"___ 1.Toa of NYVi of 8EH ______83 u Green Hamilton ASSIliNSWXRKEN! I'
,I' nal NW'nf Blk 2 B atI _. 4.10 aU! Writ p't.' -mco It. : ogle, WARD.
Com at 8W cur of S\V'i of If In life, and. If dead, then hla.
I: 2 F: corn .t NW .M ot bile bnt thug fluu't It on ',,,.ro "-
& S 110 tt to land deed. NEV1A rim., N 284 ft E 110 IIKIH3T LAW DF.VISEES
win
I to IT .100,5. then. Ho ft S 'eft W 310 ft to b.r82 6 S3S3 I Leah Greajna. __... '.TI Widow- AND ASSIGNS. THOMAS W 1
.." ..1" line nt .Jonra' lend TVt\ a. In ttVi of NWVi\ of 814\ FIKI.DINO: If In life, and It .. r
"s', ct. thence N clone publior law N I a \tlD.il: ....___...83TM 8 9 John Culver (tOil) 7.43 .Mad. then hU IIFIKST LAW. .i
i tn line between bile 1 & a In EH\ of NWVi\ of 8EV.M. \. To Stop a Cough! Quick KbVlSKES: ,I Nit ASSIGNS
n'rhnce W along .ald line 'I( N S a _....__.........81 'II John Cal..., ......i '.'5 AnLI.' Ol'lllMl: PERSONS
t Lot 1 of blk I In Llncon take HAYES HEALING: HONEY .'II1 UNI>
t, ,boas Temple.' enh dlv __--A1 41 tt no M. City" u OIll-ORATIONS.
of cV I Riisrbmae .n 1.10 In 8Vi of SEVi!: W of ry _S3 I Y Mary Frul.r _.................. .... tough mt'dk-inn which atunti thorough by clnlmlnir by through. or under
'ar of tend rnEtAs ;4of;47 6 21 II Eo U. III" _......... ,,.,._ T.II Lots lot blk 5 In Litton any one. or more of defendant.
henliim the 'IntlnmiMl( and Irritated
tHnueii.
t 't'e. I.... ine 400 ft Eor & City" In SVg of 8EI4 IV of ry 83 S3S3 Fannie Albert) ?.. ....,.. ', ...._ '.09 herein' nbn\e named. the lanilaor
-,- ft wide' on W end' A 87 a' .I II' Lola 1.4 of bIle 8 In Linen A box of .ROVE'S; O-PEN-TRATE any. ,'nrt"f Hum dracrlbed
!'IP, on E end A. boundedV City In S'-i of SEV4! W of ry S3 Fannlo Albert _____._ ..10 SAI.VK: fur Cheat Gilds Mond Colds' ai.d III I. 11111 of coniT,!'n. ,lit. AND TO
ritE'V1101.1..
Lot S of blk 4 In WOULD
Llncon City who
may
: by Flllnffton Elliott land Innd A. on In SV.\ of SB", W of ry ._.a8 4 S3S3 Robert Albert .-_ ............... 4.10 Croup It* enclosed with ,'fry bottto ofHAYES' rlnlm any riuiii, tula or IlIeo_ .
,ll .' F: by and on"IP Lot 7 of bile 7 In Linen City. HEATING:; HONEY. Tho salvo In and. I.. aril I 'Innda In this DM'

W the bv 1 Canon by Mr.Dnvln Barrlet plea In 8Mb of SEV 1aw of ry .._S3 a Barry OaUcn __ 1.41 should he ruhbrd, on the chest mid throat nnt/1"1'. .it' """".,''i awla-il.
v n

WO ,Conpor 'land of ;;r-rB'v,22; ; I 12 Unknown _._______ 4.1. Lou CltylnS'uof 1-4 of blk EV41\ In W Llncon of ry S3 I II Annie May Hamilton ___._____ '..10I of children Buffering fr"tn u CoM or Croup. 1111.L TO QUIFI 1ITLE.NOTICI I. .C.
S'
I nnr I Begat a pt S.IO( chn. s of The Mcaliuil fTifi' uf H.-H I It!.. nhW:' It n. s <11.hl"th..lb..I."mhlo"h -

,I nw'1. lit. .. Byrd ________ T.411 NW cor of I\VI/a! of NWV\ ?, "tM-lp" tI.9,. ''fY"" t.ofliroVOi (
q' "r 89th: ot SW'. _.__._ _22 ft It 10 "onn Parker ______________ II.U'c' A run 8 106-10 chn. B Id it O-ppn. Trait Siilv' Ihr..h t1 ]In.i. 'I'( Thi -fviid.llt.. U riant F .i.iitianu u
gSt' ofSF'- E:' 2 2 II II U hn akin ," iiuint a t.out.!h went amiI. Inuhl, i mid I If d. ,...
; -- A. B.I..... ______________. 10.41 d.lI.... 8 to center of y ea .,. .
Hun In. ,
11
} o'P' : thence N' on ry 10 82-lvd Both r.'inc.lit arc ,pm,, ki-tl In one t0It'o i i > tt r. In at Law, I" ". anti nnnliI .... :
9W'i ot SW y ot NI'I4 _.P4 12 I' 4. 8. ElUot' ________.__ 10.7. chn. th.nea W 10 dexrata. N COM of the ""....11.nil. tivn.imnt lit in' rite odor' ',', lave. Life 'r.n.lIl. .ne I I 1 II. Ml'iiii.ittu,. .I..m.a;

7 0 i in SW wr ot SEVt orNWI4 108-10 chna ta bea UII.U) .81 e SS 10 Richard Albart (1(28) ............. IUD Just ask your drutttiint for 1Y\ hs' '' th. Will of Lout ulana-
________________ II ii'un 22 II T Court of
1'nknown .___________ 10.'. Bow. at n pt 4 :1-10 chna 8 et HEALING liON FY i ,, ,

qi'wI; ,,;tRr) /N -of--road : 2t 27 : :: .: J.MI.1.. Marion 8.laoa.I .W.. .!Bomar.....:..==:::: fU: NW A run. cor S of 106-10 SWVi\chn.of B NWU li t1 m" "tote''O' i'l.l and Judya Dueernber nf Urad.fr Mb. i *I ",( "111.....I''., ,Florid

AP! W'J, of NE'4 ot Sl\4!:\ B of degree. 8 to center of > Estates No. l. i.ono, u. .

"ad __ _____n.. ___n_ 21 9 It 1 M.... Ell!. Do... _._.__________ .10 thence N on ry 10 B.-1DO ry To Cure A Cold In Ona Unj and Court.. AMlyna R.1onLt, of: the Louis. H,, u.. U t. Law. Oat lees
W' ot NF.'I, of NW''o & chna thence W 10 rob LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE! (T.bl.li> liutoiMitho 1.1'"n." or Louise '
.liumann ,
N"VI', of SF'i: of NW'2; $ 111 10 Mn. Loulo. WlllloIM _____ 108-10 chna 1K'1t ortw.53 Headache tiflthi or LouUa ''''P i 'mi. or l.outva.
.__ 10.T. to S3 10 Jllch.rd Albtrt _..._.. sa.84 CouM'1 cad mud week <:inniniann iteei-aaed. .
N 2t R & It not ft of 8 lO a 8H of NW'4 of NWU al.o Cold. F W GKOVK'S tilfn.itum| each "'.... :We. Itifidford of 1,." .,.
FJor.| .., 1
ot C1V'of' SW'% N of county I' II 'in At I..'V.
keg at 8 lino 80 ft W of .
ry ., .
0uhl'r mad _______.______!0 0 I. 15 &: B. Shipman ___ 17.83 A run S IS degrees. W l_u e It I.. and Amlgm.' ?( ?''I'.i ,u. Adolph,
P"dl"n "t Etof( NPt,4: ofBE1i ft thence W IS d,....... N to NOTICEIn ld.uown rightlanti, ( bent i liMiaiian.' Ini
bfn" S of publk. road 13 9 II 11 J. A. Dowo _____ T.45 W line, of .ee 11 thence N to I.OIIIH,. n. Ilev "'o. utI
I'hnrtotle Olano" ,,, ;
.I I of .
NWV A NW l.oubMIlln.Uord..
Wrr a : ; "J.t: cor of SWVi of NWVi ; (,IttiiMtiiinn., den and., laltf < t
JuitieUl Cir .
the Circuit Court. Eighth 1
9 a Wt4 !! ofSFR thence E to belt ___________53 112 Unknown _....y ......,..... 111.119 County'. l-'l.-rl.ln... Ilea Hcii. .
-: or P..Ie road' _____It 6 II II R. D. Bowen ___________ 11.011 S a In SW enc of SWVi 0* S8a cult. Prarfford County Florid, In Chancery. and\ An.iuii.. .r At i I. 1 n: sues' i

All BELof SW'; ,3W SE1A%: S A ot Eti reek"t net NWVI sou W ft of W ry of -_NE____.__._of.IS I S3S3 Ktnif Cttailter ................... T.48 Mary B. v EdwNnJ. Oil) to Remove Cloud Etc Ca.. .". Piolnliiigan., Iledwlv both Deb dec.- uunn r.".1.l Into wife. ur of

mad ... __._ __....24 4 10 57 L. f'. Pmeott ._.___..___.__. 14 44NFt NE'I' of NEVi A run oar S IDca Thomas Dixon at .1. llrn.lfc.nl, ,Max. I County 11,1-h ,and Florida: t ..1.hl. (Hani.ninii. .
01 '-n: II II '0 L. M. Langley. _._.____ 1014 ft W 300 ft N 1002 ft K8UO It .""..Pln.. from the allegation of the lift I, and 1.1,1. Nl.hola llnrh. If In

NW'' of 1''i: __ _____ ____28 s 13 .0 L. L. (Onl". .__...__._____ .0" ft to ben ___________._.84 S i* O. N. Holder .. ., __ IS.I worn Dill Sled In the abova stated, .*,..*. that At la.iv. II,. and tlu-n their it oei-lUv. hrlr t
I': of NW'4 __ ____________27 9 II 40 L. V. Man ___._____________ 40.00E' Com at a pt 17U, ekes W of the rrsldence. and ages of nthJ. (tnf*>n "r "'Etl of 8Wnf 'E" SB cor of NEV A. run 1V131y.lsN516yd.E181ida I Thomas 0)1 Uou, c' Temple JohnPurkM At l.nn. Devlaeea and. dead, tLn his It.'lra
A 1 a fn NW cor ot IIE'4 ofNF'4 *. Kllnnboth !Hli-xonsi. Chartn. Son r-lcldln : If Aanlgna I'homaa W.
In life
': __ n_. ___ __ __IT II II I W. M. Bryan .......... ._.._ 11.09 8 514 yih to beg __._.____.81 4 S3 11 Unknown ..__._ .. 1039 doll dun,,, W. Sinclair., Auittmtu. R n ntl.,. Helra At* Law ties, ia.and.-. If and dial then his
1 n !In 81V one or E'(' ot SI'J\ flee at SW cor of SWVi of Mary. R. (llbi on. John W. Corr. John O. Cra Other Persons Ai.lvnn: All

of sF't _______ ____..._IT I II 1 C. N. Holder __._.___...__. 1.42 NEVi A run E 57104 ft N men, E. Pnysion !Smith. Nicholas P. Armstrong clnlinlnu. by. Ihnvuub Firm and and oiiHiratlon...
SW, t SR1i .I lees a- a 800 ft W 071% ft S 800 ft Arthur W Laird Snmuel O. Olbaon.Charlia of .nut defendant l ,, under any one ormoro

NW cor & 3 In NR en. In27 II II 115 HIIII..d Johnson ____.._ IUSII to ben ____________ __.__84 4 S3 11 U.n,, a. Mason .__._..__._.._, 10.SO 3%'. Hall Alfred D. Con, Thorns J. th.. !lamia, or any of them. nameil. htreln.abov*,
licrlbi4 this
R In NE cop of SWot SF.V4:\ Com at NW cor NEtof Burrfn.. Mun\rn YnimHtttdlt. Itlchnrd KrtpRitotl lllll of Complaint' and in
1ft the
b" ngIaN&SbyIfEAw NWV, A, run 4oo ft a Lmnom M. Nixon. Snimie) O. Hart II. who. claim Whole World ,,
limy rluiit. title
1 J. Jamtaoa ..... ...?.. 1.10 2SO ft W 400 ft N 230 ft to A. Splndlor. James II. H. Smith.I Albert Bali l! and ,l.i 'the lands. any ilenrrllml or Interact In
W, "f ql'i: 'niF.iCn: :: : == 20 J.: :. Futah ._.:..__..._?_:::: 10.19 ken _.____----__ 4 32S3 I D. D. Wood.rd ____?...... 808 Snmuc-l A. Swunn, N. O 1I,, om.n. Jam. I*. cumiilnlnt h.'rh'.erlh\ ,," In follow'Ihla mil of
SF'' 'f NF": eacept "o..t. 0ft I NWV. of.S E'4\ axe.pt to"a"la Gal*<.. John Alrxnn< .. rnhnm.. Sitmin I C. lying sad bilnii In an i -lluate. -
oRFetde&: 3ainNWeecA SW __ ___34 8 80 0, C. Con ___'___'__'_ 116, Lane. .1. U Furl.J. H Mel.Ktnnr**, J. C. E.H. Fl.irlda.. and l befog llrnuford County., .
4 a -I In 9W enr A NE'4 of 8l(, ,of 8W14 of SEW: .__--.-84 0 S3S3 II Sam Roaenbarg .....__________ 11.41 T. W. 1'1 It.. J. M John. Charles twb.-".. K.S .l.i|. 6. KaiiH. ..'. and part of Section SS. Town.
qE'1 eaccpt about 4 a (In NFcor I SW;. of NWV A NEU of Fl6wnmh) Ann 1 IOPKI' r.l!I. John C Am.*ndt.R .'rllo.. .. ni loin No. J and more 101... particularly I I. In lll.iok. No.do. r
1 a fn NW cur at' SWH A NWI of SWH ,x- "I'uddv. W. R l.anis El I*worth' Trout Company I.. ,,f i ho Town. of Laliy.. llradforil. ( ?
"In SF .0' _____ __ 27 5 II 15 r. r. Stump ___..__.__.__.__ 2.01 Sept 10 a In SE cur _____._11 5 11* C. r OrllTIa _______.___________._. 595! a corporation. K. 1. Me Cull, C. N Hopklnn lollla.' necor.llnir 'lo fist[ of said' 'oun.Iy.
C. m 20n It W of NI'J one ofW SRV: of NEV: -------------p 6 8 aa 40 F. M. Coleman ........__.._.______ ISIIT K O. Muhbnnl N. W. Hack.'t.' A. L. In the l-iilille lltvoriln townnr.riUl
"', or N\V1i; of 111'4': ot SPV' of NW"' ______________35 8 48O Minnie 0.1.... ..-._______________ 1SRT Von Kirn .tnricia: 'Tradln Compnny. Dun- County .Florida. of Iralfo,1 1
-:11:: A run S 2t7 ft W lop ft SEW of SWVi _______. ____-RB 8 ESia 40 Elias Non. .........____________ 13."7 ran II. Fletcher. T"........ Stnrko T.umhcr
N 2" II F: 101 It t" hew --I. II II SEU\ of 8E% -- ..85 a 40ao A. J. Miller ... 1S8T C''ml'an". a eorporatlnn. V. J. Shlpman, Ira- Aro hereby mitlllrd and niiilrid.| each and
r ,t o1P" 7 In n.lvfn.1( town GIn..,. Towns _-.-----. LOS R'4 of 8WI4 ofSW :::::-: 2 7 22 r'.. File J. I'j-; :::- -::::==== IS 87 ham A t Cut... S .... tiardinrr arc nil un- 11 of you tn entitled, \ ,.iha lull Of Complaint.

r or R'n' In IIIF.'o "I SW'-21 II II Mn. Eunleo C. C.non ________ 54.10 -SH: of NWV ______________ 2 7 23El 40 III... M O Richard Eel ___.________ 1297 known, and that there I. no person In II,. the nluivti rnuio on the 8nl day. of
(' m ov I-A ft W nf F.: .0' of NEVi of NWV, ___.___.0. .__ aNVi 'I 40 Bam Rfleenbcrff ......__________ 1287 eta..* of Mnrliln,' inn pi>rvlr. of sjul. >pnrna ui>,.n Auuiut ,\. l 1). 1920 and rash of "01 shell .
''M nl hll 17 A nm. N lOll of NEV' of NEV, _______ 8 7 22 10 W. W. roh-man ___.___.. 440 whom would bind ...101 fifndnnU: anti t hat duo. ctniniv and, aa prenrrlbeil law
rf W Se. 1.1 S 109 ft to Call N 25 n of NWV, of SWV .___ 3 7 111it as Henry Mitchell 8r. ......_____..___. 12.$7 It I. bclivved by the complainant that the ..ends rn..., ''''.lIp and drone whatever alnlmnf
Ct F. 30 L7 It tn heq In oct.elnai SH of 8V4 of SW y 8Wi 7 10ao unknown -.. 341 Kiiiil' named dnfpndantji whom rojldnncra and "orh. tilt or Interest which you and
:
toon nf St..1ce In of NFVi f:1wo _._._- 8 7 tl Mm. Maaaret Wlllon ..::::===: 841: "ages nay unknown to eomplalniint., are |nt.rpjttiit "-, you mny lay and claim to the abovailencrltwd
I
NE'i: 01 !''IW'- -_ulS 125 Sam Roaenbura 115.83 !NE4* of SK'4:' ____u__ .______ 4 'I 28 40 n..... Wllllama ....___________.:.. 11 84 1 In tho property (molted In the stilt, two 'lota of land', all any and alluortloni
On. lot on N 01,1. of Call Sf.52t. NEVi of NEl. of NW'/i __-__ 4 7 22S3 10 Fdmnnd Chandler ....-_______ Ran I.n,' that complainant doa not know and him thereof And that certain, now.i.a.
ft F..0 W by 210 ft N Wl j of NWl, of BWVi -- __n. 'I 10 Unknown ___.........__.____ 7.18 not brim ah If* to asirvrtaln whether any of I'>er imbllahed In S'k.' Irad".1 County
& 9 Mounded N by .le0eaonSt EV4 of BEVi\ of NEVi A SWVi Raid. known tlcfcmlanta are dead or allvaj and.' l-lorlila, known cnUo II..dtord County

W M. I.nI nf 'r" Mot- of 8E'4; of NE'4 -- 4 T" 80 Sam Rn.enb.ry; ....___.____ 10.79 that It !I. bHIoved I by complainant' In paid 'ol..I.h I. hereby the n..
can R F': hv hlle 17 In oriel I I I a a In s0 I In SW cur-i--sw; i; worn Hill, that then I. a person or are per paper In which Ihla notice shall b. pulill.hed

eel town or Starke IIIE"ot I I of NEVi\\ _00______._._.._ 6 1.1 8 Wm. Frail.r ..._____._.__ 410 o..n. interested In tho property Involved In once a week fur H conneoutlv ..
SW'2$ 8 II Pam Ro..nbonr _._ 12." 4 a com at NW eor of NWHvt such. ." who. name or namra and air. or Thl. that day of )I.)'. tM. XVItnox my official .
E' "I lot I '" Iota S-S-7 ot bIle NR'A run 8 420 ft F. aicM and wh.... rtvtilunea are unknown to hand and ....
28; In orhr eel to"n ot St..k. I ISO ft N 210 ft W 420 ft N complainant Thr..,....... It la ordered. that the O. %V ALDERMAN

In NE. ot !SW'i' ; ________-211 II II Con.umm Lumbey Co. __ C1.O: I,I 110 ft W 210 ft to b." _" ,. 5 T S3 4 R. M. Sparkman __.____.__. '.'10I. aid known dffendanta who arc heretofore (Seal) Clerk Circuit I Court Uni'lford,
Lot 2 nf hl1 21 In oritdnalto All NW', Of SEVi E of ry named In tht 0"'.'. If living and If dead all I {
"' n of gtnrke In NE'.. ot I I,I. Ion S 8 _________n ____ 5 7 12 T Sam Roeenb.ro ...__________.__.. 8.48 parties elalmlnic. Int..rmt under the add) ) J. n. SPARKS,. Counl1' |r"Attorney. "".)-

SW'' i ____-.21. 12 Conouma. Lumber Co. ___ 14.52'' BIt' ot ----------------4\\ known and ramad dvfundantsi aft* aid, ..l.erased .- I .. .
ft 'I 12 120 Ja. Reynotda .. un or otherwise anti that all p.nnnwhom -21.7.1.
Late 6 8 of bile 12 In i:1 ---------?----
Johns add, to Stark. I'si"ti I Ior r orE "of II 7 T as 20 Lily Wood. -----_______._.....__ 5.78 .o4>v4>r whosia name or nami are alleged .
I I ,,\o S"WI/1-wi4--! : OK TO
!Rwt- _- ---___21 II 25 R. M. Spa.km.n ...:.__.._________ 4.40 NE NE4. of14t4 to .bo and art' unknown to complainant NITI'f AI'PllrArlt' BELL
Lot II 01 nlk S In I.Ivisnton KW A \SEV' of SEI410 T 129SO Paul Ewe ---.---- .yA5e. that may IMor art lut'.r<**tr d| In tin property MIfll> :rltIU LANDS
T.hv. and roe add, 10 Stark.In of NEM of SEV, ___::::.10 T U T. J. Alderman = =::::::...- set involve! In thin tult tlmcrtlwd. .. fnllowai 1

W', "r 11I1'\i _________-25 II 22 O. W. Sn.lll1rov. _'___'___" '_". T.TII I NEVi of SWV' A, NWVI- -- __of___NEVi___._11 T 18 40 M. W. QrllTIa _?.__.____..__. 13.81E'1N I nr All nhf>of a.L aoctlon quarli one and('I'I )carat: northeast half of quarter. north of nil Node Cua.'dinn; :. :In heiy of| the ulven pemun thnt and the : 'IlI t t ''v
toOl. 9-to, 01 blk 11 In I.fvlnw.
: 01 NWVi A WVi of ant quarter and emit half of nnrthweetnuortpr Ida I May I'.nny. minor lu-lr .t law .

ton ntnrl' Tnhv"In' Cna add .to II 'I C. L. Underbill __._______. Sits I IIW'4" SEVi\ ________-____15 7 II 40o Patti n..... _._.?.__..___...II n and n"r'hw""t qunrtrr of north wmtfjtmrtvr Mny Penny)'. d''eaniNl', nnd 10..11 of her arand- ..i
L'1 I ; r of ot'leNF.:1' : iil "....,. of SW'4 ----___________18 7 n .0 c. H. Rlv... _____?___._____._ 1287 and,' Mouthpinit' quarter of louthwMt father; Kly: Illck.. di-cennid;; Int. of Rrsdrorduounly
'' In" Th a COlI S'4 of NWl ________________18 'I 18 80 C. n. Riven ____n______.__ 29 eel quarter and northwwt quarter of Kouthoantquarter blends. will apply to Honorable
odd.h 'on.ctnrkn W' of NF'4, II II II I SE>4 of SWH' ______________148U T 21 .0 Inn Tvey Pollard ......._ _ IS.IO of station two ((2) ; southwest quarter tlconfe; A. U...,,... (County J"dor..f Brad 7
Lo', 1 t.1'I nl blk 11, In L1vln. M.. J. L. Bdeea __ ..__ 14.80 of SEH: ________._______17 7 18 80 In. lvOJ' Pollard ____._-- to 01I of .outhwitit quartar and south tlir**** ford. roiinty. Plorldn ill his olfloo In S'a.k.' 1
.ten Truhy A "no add togtnrko B'4 of !SWV -_.___________.-IT 'I 21 10 Unknown -----------____. 18.01 liinrtvr of o""lh..ut quart IT of tjouth.atiiuartir I I..r.ln. on Ilin' r.f..h. ,|av of J uly. 1.
I Com at SB cor of NF.'" of of option. three ((3) : tiorlh' half of I In'ft.: at, two o i or ,noon th. i
10VII.. 0' NE'429 II II N. Alga IIII4Y!: _________ 440 SEV A run N 40 rda 13 north half and nouthwiwt quarter. of south after nt cnn Im hard I' for a.. $ I..1 at ,

In Tr..hv 12. rt A 101'Coo 1ft odd In 1.lvlnllOton.to 1I1..1ceIn nee 8 40 nln E 32 rd. toWbo .I. 7 S3 I Ellaabeih Johuon -.._._________ SO.19 west quarter and went half of outhrant quarter .,i'btaiodd' .tlrnroforl brat right UlIn be 9trr.t
Com 70 ,d. W of 8K star of see and southeast quarter. of Houthrant quarter l the and In.
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W' "r :NF'1 ___ h __ 8 II II D. S. Whsle Eat. _?...________.Ir.U I 19 A rim W HO yd. N 70 yda of auction four (Itt' northeast quarter and ;of thu ea1i 1 minor, ,: and to the follow.IIIK .
Io. 01 hlk 12 In Llrlneiton.Truhv E *0 ydn S 70 yd., to be* ...III T 23 1 Wm. Kaloh -.._.__.______.__. 82.SS east half nf northwest quarter and aouthumt dincrltMil 1..11.. _I u.lud In llradford
A ("00 nil, to 8ta.k. 2 I In Hutnon. add to Hamp quarter of northwest quarter and north county, tn-wltt

In W' "f NI': ___ __.21 II It J. A. How. __.___ h_ 11.09 LOt ton _- _---_---_-----19 7 S3T Daniel Bellamy .._.___.________ '.111 half of Houthttut iiiartrr| of ettnn snpen( > t half ..n.-t,.nth "nlhl lied. int.n..t In the went .
Y", I 01 t.ik I In r.lvlnlIOton. .. ,:..,e.,.. L[.nt 8 I In Hutnona add to Hamp north half of northwest quarter of of tho ."nlh.ot quart,'r and tb* Cut f
Troty, Co cub divot ton IS S3 Maggie Bellamy ____._._______. 7.18 1111.} all\ In township nix *flt south ...nor"twoutt. hnlf of the Houthwent ,"rt.. of aeatlun f
NE1 of NF''i, ----------2* II II! John Pukt. _. ______ T.15 Late 1 2 1 4 5 8 of bile I 14 In I ..... (Z'2t\ .a.t, contalnlnif ono thousand 'riilrly-onr' Townnblp Seven Mouth, Kanic
Lot, 2 "I M11 1 Llvln""ton.'ruhv Hampton _--_ -_-_--_--19 7 S3 John Milady -_._.______._..?.. lUll .,,,'n hundred. ninety. (11,700)) ..r"''. ;I rntv; two Knit Kxeniit a strip of land un
& Coo ."h dlv of NE'4 Lota 14-15 of blk 14 In Hampton more or lr .. the North ode fif thu Northwaw. quarter of I.

of iT'r! _--4 It Jas. Byrd -............---.- e.o1 -___-___--_--_--- -...19NM 7 S3 W. O. Seal. ___._._.___._.___._____ lUll Also north three hundi-w. ) twenty ((120) rent the Soot,heat iiiartfr and' on the Naf' .
1.0'. E'. of hlk ii InI of NE'i A. SWV. of NE14 of northrajit quarter' of southwest quarter, duet iimrti, of the Southwest quarter of .b' t
I legato. Ce. A 814 of NEV of NWVi I... arid iai. t four: hundred; ; forty-Av (148)) feet of three anew she one half acre In the Nar'
:
cub :dl\, of 1'T'of yN \ 2. 0 II LIIUo Sond. .".'_"._'_'_'_ US 2 a In SB nor _________..SON'i 'I II 110 Inex )vas Pollard _._.___._.._.,__ 487 t southeast quarter nf southeast quarter of west corner of the Northeast quarter'
Lot'. 1 1.2 f bile RS In T.lvln". of NF.V of NW'4 ______20 1 21 10 Unknown __.___.______ 11.81 southwest quarter,, and south half of northwest Houthwcnt nuartur' In 8 ctlun Thlrty ,
.Inn. Truby & Cm aub die i SKVi except 2 a In quarter of southeast" MUarter. *Mc pt Townnlilp',. Seven South Rang Twanly-two '
of NE'i:' or NE'4 -__ 26 I II lI.m Tyson ___._________._.10.10 Wofeo. .. ..-20 7 S3 W. B. Dlock.r .._.___._._._.____ 18.1'1 west four:: ((4)) aer... and: west half of sonth- Neat: contanlnK. one hundred fifty tit and ono
E' 01 1,1', II fn r.lvln.'nn.' In SB car of NEVi of 7IS west quarter of aotithvast quarter. and smuth half acrea mora or I.M.Iintinl .

T."h .t Ce o"b div of NE'1 12N' ', -__--__----!.-..u 7 32 L. R. Kalch _._.____..___.._..__.._ UII half of northeast quarter of southeast quarter June 10. IP2. i
"I NF'' -- 0 II U Sam Tyson ___.__. 4.40 N" of NWVi except 12 a In except flea ((6) some In mrthf>ait corn*... ROSA 7.. NORWOOD
N"' 01 bib 31 In Llvinatnn SB eor -.----...--__-__--21 T al 81 Ine. Iv." Pollard _________ IU'I north of railroad.\ In section, thirteen 113) : alKO fiiinrdlan of Ida May Ponny.K r
Truhv & Coi .ub divot NE'4 FEVi of NEVi .-__________._SINH 1 II 40 M.J. Green __._____________.____ 18.11 southwest q..to.r. northeast quarter.Ims I : rAISELLB.! ,
ot NE''o __ __ ___ .____25 II I 3 Alfred Baron _..__ .._ ___ 5.01 of FEi' of NWVi A 8W4PWH ten ((10)) acres: In northeast corner and ,\I..y ;"a.lan. 4.1S-Dt-7-IO
E' ofhik 40 In LI.ln..ton. Of NEV ...._.._.....21 'I II 84 Wm. Kaloh ..._______.____ IUO rant half of northwest quarter and north-
Trtlhv ("oo aub. div of NE'4Leta of \WwVi ____________._12 T Ii 4" M J. Oran _________.__._____ 11.14 dint quarter of miuthwrsit quarter, and southeast ORDER rOle PL'III.ICATIOV
ot __ -. ---II 1 II __ All T 840 foul Bra. quarter of southwest quarter. xcept tend
-- 1111I1' Brown ___.__.____ _.10.09
2PR.1'oif kik1' In LlvinaStan. All :-------U:: :: : :: 7 == 849 Tnul: Uroa. ---:::::=::::::::::::::m:; lot' acres In southeast corner In section In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial' ClMalt.llradford .

Trashy & Cow sub div NWV, of NEV A. NV4 of twonty-fniir" 21'< > ; al.* north half of northwest County. 8tat of IHorlda. fn Chan

of NFof N\' Livinaaton.Tmhy 5 II w. E. Snell ___._________ '.40 NWVi' j.--'Tiiriu.-15 7 23 liD Paul, Bro. _______.____._ aUI quarter. of northeant quarter. and west cry.
Lot b or talk 42 In a a noj In NE ;; ;' ;; half and northwest quarter, of southeast. llradford' County Dank a corporation. Com.
A Co. cub div ofN' SEV; 2 8 quarter of section fourteen ((14)) ; also north lilalnantPaul
-.21 II II w of wvnjw :::::: ; =: Mra. O. T.. Norton .. __ 611 enst of northenxi quarter and east
; \ % STNM SOSID quarter ...
'NF.'o he h11r'1 -- ----- -- Julius Butl.r _____. 4441 M.... J. T. Jonra .. 910
'V I "r n lvl rv.to ) of NEBW4\ of NE'iA -----?- --- half of nouthoast quarter of northeast quartot Val..tlo and Marthi Val.tt. ,hU wlf.
Teed & Cna cub of F.". of NWV, NW2of of fli'ftlnn twentytwa122)' ( ) : .1." northw ppfrmlanta. y.

NE'' "I NE'- -----------2* a 21 n. O. PJllro..d __.............__ T.TS tW1vi. -T"M'1 22 Paul Broa. .._._..__.___._.__ IUI <*at quarter of north weat quarter of sectiontwvntythno It appoarlnu by affidavit appanriVIto .
Lot 2 "I Ilk: n In Llvln..lon.T."h WU, (71i( all In township fight (let.> tho bill Ailed In the ahow-atatod
& Coil sub divot r ', of SWVi 7 22 47 south. of racer twenty-t 22t< east ; also th.t. Paul Valalto and MarthaVaMtc.
1I.fff; : J. n. Mead. ____..._..____ ___ I8.TO reuse
NE" "f 11NEIJ'iof_______ -In28 6 II toes English _________ T.TII of NEVi A i:14otof'NW-n Iota nineteen 11111.) twenty ((20)), twentynln his wife. the d.f.ndanU thoro-
LoMI .. bile a- of SEVI _____--________ 21 8 7 23 89 W O. CoaTa . ___ III.TO ((20)) and thirty 130)). In WixMIawn in se.- In named ara ntn-nsld.ns. of DradfordCounty
Dnsla & Trubv. add. to Ben at NB soy of 814 of NE'4 --- ---- -- ilon fifteen. (1ft( ). township floe .Ill,, south. State uf Klnrlila, and their residence

Stark, !In tv\fe' of SEV4of ,.r NWV A run B 120V4 yda range t".nt.-two. ((2 2) east I In unknown, that they aro each owe the age
NW'' ry ___..--- 11 0 II A. Z. Adlet" __..... .....____. 1.,4 W I 120' I yd. N 120' yd. I) He, end they hereby are rf?,mlrd to appear .if twanty. .ono ytan It la thor-fora, ordered
Lot. 2.1-1 nr bile C In N. ..J.Jnn 120V4 ydn to hey ________S9SEVi T 12 S VID"P....... _._._..._.___ 7.78 to tho Rill of Complaint filed In said 1 cc,.. on that sail ""n.r..I.lonl ,.- 0,101 10 Starke In eE4 :.tr'f\li:' 20tln"'w-.ii'i.T.-' 7 22 48 W. C. H onL Oar __._._.__._ 1404'LoOdl2 or "heforc Monday the frd day of Ativust. A. thvy h, n liy rt.,iuiMd. appear t the bill offimnplalnt
..r :NVrti; W of Walnut pl. _III 5 I. A. 1". Crl1fl. ______. 21.11 Lo. I l> IV20. otherwise the alleiratlona. of said flltd In ...1,1 are or beta*

Lot 1 & w'6 of lot I ot bile 1 ;:: Hnmpton ._...--....80 7 22 w. E. MoCarr _._____-___.__.__ 10.82 mil will bo taken aa confessed by the defend M.n.loy. tin Dili' day of July. A. O. IU.
In Tomple.' add to S.k., of blk II A lota 878of ants. otin rwl.o the Kllt'uatiun. of aid bill

In NF': "I Nwli\ A part ofwt eenr blk 12 In Hnmnton _____89Lota T 22 Mr.. n. B. 0.l..? ________......_ 18.70 It I. further ordered that thin order b. I.,.n n. < "or<... by .aid dufondanta.It '
.t "I:1':1, W of ey A NE 8- ..4I.7 of bile 18 la publlihc'l' once each Wiek for eight, flonaecutlv l I. further ord.rvd that thl. orday IMilill.li'd

"r <1"f: NWI.i .----11 1 II J. T. HI.kOJ' ... 5920 Hampton .. ..80Lota 7 23 J. P. HouMr _____.__._._________ "'.44 wi.fUn. In the Bradford' County Teteirraph one. .*
IlradfnrkdrCountyyh'f.U.rsph.
Lot 1-2.t 01 bile 4 In T.m. S.4-5-4-7 A E stt't a newMi>aMr published In Mrattford' County, tvka th. a
olPi ndd I t" SI..Ie. In NE'4of ft of lot 2 of blk SO In Hampton Florida n.'wsitawr". published In old County and fttata.rhla .

NW'' A .pert. of W% ofN0' ---------------------9') 7 sa 1 P ""..... ___.___.________ 11.0 This the 35th day of May. A. D. m*. May 4th., A. D. I.W.
W "I i, A. NE .0' ofSEL All bile 9 llel'.O) 30 1 tasa J. M. Mnxw.il _________._______. .... O. W. ALDERMAN O. W. ALDERMAN
.rnol'n:
of SWI' __ ___---29 4Leta H. A. Shaver Co. _.___ B8.11 Lot H nf In ea> iSial Clark of Circuit: Court | !I Clerk Clrcirt Court
S..A"I bile 4 alga. 1.2.S opt E!: 10 ft ______.....SONWV T W. O. !Sent. ._____ T.l1 By C. A. KNIOIfT. I A S"al' mows.Sollaltor .
0. fractional bile 5 In Tent.rig. .. of SB'4 --- .RO 'II 49 ("h... Wiulami'::::.___ 111.0 Deputy CUrk, for Complainant. 8StUTtNO
add t" Sluh In 1'IE'4 8E'4' of NWV, A N'i of SW'4-80 T tata 120 N, P. Canthan _. ______._______ 811.72 THOMAS w. rricLniNO.Solicitor I
of N\\'I' A !t'nrt of W'4' of Wl-j of SWV, 31NE'i T 80 trnknown _______.___.______ 11.8'or af Complainant. Ot-7-Sl I ICE or SALE
NTW nl n A NE cor ot \ of '4--- ellNWy l

lEI, ...IW', --------2$ S 12 Co L. Peek __..... 2059 NWV E of R, ____-.81122 44 A. O. Thorna. ___._____?-___ 11.111 NOTICEiv Notice la hereby vlvim to all .
Lot It I or 1,1'' < 2' In Pecle. p44In Lot .or W'4 of NW ......IIIN'l T za 10 Larry; IIh...... ._.________..___ 6,01 entvl In the e.tntu of C ll. Mardeo t .3
Same, n NW'-, of NW'.'. 11 1 of W4 of NWV ______81 T tata 19 A. O Thomaa ...___._.__._._.__ '.'4 late, of Itradfrird County, rl .I".. tr
N or N nth ot ____.___ ___2S 1 II TS. Wmians .___. 1.1111 NWV, of 8WH .____________84 7 49 Paul 'B_. .______ ____ 11.7' TUB CIRCUIT COURT tAVD'! ron That, I. Cornelia Long fluard an d l
Lot I "I I.'I." II In PeekS .d,1 e9arln N .110 ft of NE'of SB" ____34 T ta I B E.' Trine ____--__--- --_ '.111 f"'U"FOIUI" COUNTY LOlli II,'. IN CHAN- Lonir, Comer A. Grog, 1'leaaant.
of NWt4 Nof ...tof SB', -.84 7 taft 40 R. D. ._.___ 11.1' crKr.KI.DKIUOK. tunp' )'
.n NW'i, ---- May .__.__.._ __ Illchard Long. Lola C. Long and Wit*
No": .1 ----2/ 1 22 '1'. S. wmr.o __" .. ..... 1.89 Com at a rt 311 ft 51 of Nf'! RRDDISIf.! Complainant, Ham. N. Lone, on.the 2ith.day of July i
Lou 1 1.2 "I,1'\ < C In Rbn( cor of SWi rorl A run' 8 lOll .... A, D. 1928. at wi m In the mom
.dI t" wrke In NW'4 orNWI. to SE cor 40 thenraW ISRYANT II. ritmAMU8 aaavent Inc. apply to the o'.lk. G*". A. uardlnee
S nl Snllh .t _______11I 1 22 I. 0. Pop".11 _____ HadEt 4 l"j ft to ry rla-ht-of and Individually, if In life\ County Judge of Dra lfi>rt County,
"f lot' I 1.2. or bIle I In way thence N on .",hkf. and if il-ad, then his HEIRS AT nt Dm courthouse I In Stark, Florida, for.: t
ail I to Ito.lc. In way 625'4 ft thenca MBOHH LAW KVIHKKfl: AND ASSIG.NH onler U> nell at private nnle. nil the .

NWW'vntna or SWt'j ________.__.21 8 22 pJ.". Allot Sparkl11.n 21.15 of ft to pt of keya.....IS 'I. 10 Prank L OoiHt ....__.______..._. 10.71 'rHE BVIHKR8 1,1 tn title and Interest of Martrnrei I.",,. Comer ,.r
One lot. In I..k' bounded N EIy !SWVi of \ I.a TENANTS! AND RCMAINDKK.MKN. Long, Pleasant' A. LOOK. Richard Lon..
b" Dav.v, A Tenbya. n"d II In SW nut of SEV of "NEV435' 7 22 SI !>t.... C. A. BrlBftOB ___..._ 1S.04 un.l.-r. the Will of LOU1SBrif Unv Lull C. Long and Q
All !I Iof SWV W of ... \HLOTTR GLANXMAN. oaceaseil deceased
by land or M... Eva KII ry minor haln of Kell Mardee !
'Ilan E by ry W by Wdnnt2l P0001 n H I 8E nor A 4 a In prfibatcil b.foa th.COURT In and to the following I ;real estate In

., __ _- tII O. I. crtma ___ 11.1 NW cor also com at SW soy OF COUNTY JUOOB, .Ituated and being In Oradfonl County Florida
One lot of hand In Sta.k. of SW'4' of SWH A run. N .if Bradford County Florida, to-wit
bounded 1'1 b" bile II erletownAE&9byry 220 rile E!: 112 yda S 220 yda anil recorded Decemh 8th' Mouth half: of .outhcaet of section

W W IIS yd. to beg .--.-__._.tS 7 S3 15 H. D. May ._.____.___? or." MWZ, m Register of Wills I and J 2. to-eruhlp' t ii.) ..uth. range. quarter east and went ,1,
b" Thomr.on .t -----------2* I 12 R. )f. Sparkman ___._ .61.55 N', of NW/ W of ry exopt Rstatts. No 1.'p.s.5. of tald half of northeast I east Suit of
On. lot SI8.ke bound'" Sb" I I 1-3 In NB' !: nor .._.. I 1 It BO "D. M.,. _-______....__.__..____ 29.81 Court R coids the HrTRS AT quarter and of
m nurthweat northwest quarter
leff n.n ..tV b" S.nd. NEVi of NE'4 -__---_.. SWViof 11.0 n. D. M.,. __________._____ 11.74 LAW. DEVI8KK: ; AND AS- northwi-Mt quarter quarter of .Mtion II. township 4
NWVI A NWVi of "'(.NII. nt LOCI8P1! G1.AZ fAN. tr
land
A N A E by
''ane
21 280
Son 1.01,11. aontalnlnc aaroa.
of S.: R Denwark __.____-. .211 I t2 Sam n"oaberw __ IUt *W%o--------------S 1 12 120 Tlnknown ___._._._.___ .11.51 OR LOIJIflR! (LA/MANN, OR Alan range east half "il 80 a* eatrnded on tNnevy'e
Lot ? of bile 17 In Casklas add NEVi \ 6 U 40 unknown _________.____.__..__ 11. LOUIflR' CLANSMAN! OB of ... hundred
'1 of A OLA ''''' d..... map evrept .n.
81ar4e 29 II tII W. B. JIoIlf"ttlt 1:0. __ U3 & of NE'4 NW" Ella LOt'ISK NSM *
to nn.l I live off south and. Mellon S3. tow
NEti of NE"e N of E", of SWH __ a 6 It 10 unknown ________ IUD *>.I.! formerly of LAWTEV. Brad. fut the /
All i"'IP n a _I. In town
.'i"f. __ 11 d 12 I Ooh Wilson" _.... UIJB All SWVI of SWV W of.rf except fowl t*>un'y.' Florida THBHKIRS !Starke. Florida.rare. '
of ( ot NWi4 ASt 10. In SW soy .._....IS 5 II It W. A. King ------.---- 410 A'T LAW. .URVISEBI CORNELIA LOKO.Oiianllan .
ID a NWj4 of S II MO .1PS91 AND AflSf'NS. of fJUSTAVBPOMM !! K
All seep W"j SWH14 .
.... s. 10 Unknown -- ---- --
;, of N'.V, .pt a M.9E 4 Lot 4 ._. _______.____. SISWVi 22 ao 8. MeOlII .1 \ I.nOLII"o\O.\N. and of : A. t
31 112 141 M. J. Stela _. --- -- f. ---------------- oLo-
ot S\\."' of of NW" NE\.SI 'U 11 Ardoll Lawatd .TO Lotw of NW" ._____.___21W'4j 1 11.0 D.via Donley .._____________ 114 '.f MJflTAVB DROUIilAGAN.lo Long 1'l...niil and A. L n".oR-'i. :
131 a BE't.ot NEIIeveevt of SB'i!: of NW\. ____.18 S n 10 Oran Speed' ----.-..-- 181 his own right and aa Levateaor \ bl.
18 2.7 a "f SEJ: b J W.Alve N>4 of SWlJ of NWH ___ ___35 112 10 J... Sped _:::_____________ ..II O..i.... of LOUISR CHAR-; F.Folio it Hnnlee JOHNS Lonif ..
10
.., o' ._ :___ 81 1 U 11 Ain tAGuW _. '" 11.01 N'' of SEV "I NWH\ ofIy)01 LOTTR: 8LAN7MAN. and. of Attorney for 4-19-o7
ot DIE'--ot--N16.-.2$ 1 12 9 Titus 1- ---- I.II LOL'HK' CLANZM4NN Com at NE .0. ot SW44 :

NEt. 1 ran W 51.3 obu NW" of NY.A' Iota, 4-4 Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Day Apnlnchicola 100,000 gallon orjsteri

81-3 aka. N __.___ ....._ ____.__________ It It
12'51241eboch-n.to MaFashiOa I 108 or WK, of NW'4 S4 I 12 122 J. Speed '
U C.m. ?- of fta.
11 I ----- ---- ? and 310,000 pounilst .ihilip'1'
___ __ 424 Dngd4ursfnndm.msy' If PA/O OlMTMKNTfslls' "
W 12 n "I W' of NEVI -. _it S II U W P. Toilet _______ ___ : l::
Com ill.1 .hr. W ot NE!: nor of Irrhmti. Blln'l bleeding ProtrmJm4
F.0' "f NW' A. Ell. o( WVt lo cure .r from hero to inland pointsdln
SW" or :-OZ', a run S 12teke. ,;.lw r sf. '' .2* 8 22 M Davla. Donnelly ------------------ 21 na Files Instantly :relieve Itchioii Pilen: sod youcau
W 41.1' .hn. S 12S1,0. "" __________________ 82.'8 tft roiful steep alter Brit applkatloo, WJc u' pint six 1th..
Carlo
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E 51.1 oboe to !>.w-. .. JI 0 n I Pet n'n 100 .__.__.____________00.t .. 10 6 I LoU 2-8 I 9 22 3 Vn M. A. 0.17d



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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 8. 1925. .

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Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. !Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Mr. Wimberlyhad .
"4 Bradford County Telegraph1: I THE GLORIOUS FOURTH Yeeter.V and Today By A. B. CHAPIN I I Charles Dlnklns. the misfortune to roach one of I
\his Angers while at work last week
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= -- Misses\ Wilma and Louise Blanch- and will be unable to resume his regular -

Published weekly) and entered as : -. .> =- ard returned to Ft. Lauderdale last position for several weeks.

i second class mutter, ut the post -- '--- P4P-POP- $IANk7aPETY. _, week after spending their two weeks' Mr. and Mrs. R:? Boggs, II. T.

;4 1( office at Starke, Florida., > ;;sir.' ; I c-t:- ,LlNK-/ and vacation Mrs here A. M.with Blanchard.their parents, Mr. Boggs. to and Jacksonville Tucker Doggs Monday.were vitois -

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CfL.ANICETT'f8ANG.
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; B. I. MATTIIBWH _..._: _. ==:0;ntf. BLAMKITTY Lafayette Prevatt, of Alachua, is I Mr. and Mrs. John Sauvage anr':

r J. C. HOIIIMfOS: : ..__.._._M.n..ln. Bdllof. < : I v-IIS .m1 \. SLM'K) r spending u few days here with rela- children, of Stuart, are spending a
her Mr. and
with
parents
I few'l'k"
.1| :!: B. tives. Mr. Prevatt was once. a residentof .
"-1... Mr- E. Wilkinson.
j. 's Lawtey. {
s PI BLISIIEI KFM FRIDAY ,. -0' Mrs.-S. A. Bryan of Baldwin spent !
y ':ilt-. J. II. Moore was a business visitorto here with relatives. \
i iSI ::: : ..ri -, Sunday
rn-- I ,,
H-; ( IHI'IUN ; /" .;:' Baldwin and Jacksonville Monday. W. Wimberly\ J. C Holmes and ]
;<<1.< \I h,.. d'/?'! II. C. Wimherlv, Ji., motored to Wal-
I' Per Year -- --- $1.,0Six ''' j. 1 "tl'.d] : ::! /"-.: II Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod, of Mel- .
\.l.-I:: t -,: : 1 | do Sunday.L.
11..1" 'f-:7
: Ij
r :MMMil,,i .___. 75c 1 ;', ';. C) 'i/r. 1.. "Io,;; ; ))0' .r rose, were transacting business here I'I A. :Murr and r.. B. Donaldson
.
'_ 1-,,:., I''_/I f"& 1 "."...".-"I"t.". -". orT -. ...-_- .... -. !"!' -. y Monday. I,I made a business trip to Jacksonville

',' .. rr7 r' i-r.,-. rt .... Geo. F. Young left the first of the i, Fr.dny: r''

.( lr. ;; ..-- I' j,., l l'A..; ;. .,., "' ,,- week for Baltimore to purchase summer
rye. E i j II] = 1\.. : "'_.':$:' ;:r :; ? I and fall goods for his stores
tr ..L"I: .. ::dj.J here. "iVacation! "'
1 I' '" .. rot:. "' ... I
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.. _. 1'.4" I A. M.\ Blanchard is at Kmg-levot
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= :: .i --; lake this week building a ummcr < < L SWB TL"ViJ*!
\ ) ,. ., ..._. ..-,. ,.. of
-- --:;',.-" I tage for his son-in-law, J. B. Dye,
,

,\ DOP-POP-POp- BLANKIBLANKTTY BLANKy0PpODDE'fY I I Jacksonville.Mjr. and Mrs._E. E. Burney and children !- }

E No. 4931! I II II f=71 ( are enjoying a stay nt Kill ,ll'Y Con(III!I-I-' 1 l-l( .. ml i (oni,
I ( :.I 11" H I' JI i'I :N. n t mml\ Highway lake which will last for 1few \viek-! pit,.1 ti, i.!h,mice n'C"II"' in
.1-n i> 'ditl" r I IIII BLANKiTTYBLANfSi -
; ,-- : I I I '-. B. L. Blanthard spent n few ,da\! \II.' you to
i 1M.: I.OUi'--( )( : 3 with relatives in Sanford last week. ,

)\ The iH'Wipapi! "-i .. in, many/ of the I! .t. I ::11 KID Fj! HIGHLAND 3AugusdneBrint!

Florida towns arc the best assets i 1 L.- I -
} these towns have. Many of these pay 1 : o; ,. ", J Highland/ July 3.Mr: and :Mr. .1..1.I
: entire familyto
.. _
pent find no encouragement at thel| '''I : <''' '" "' ""' S" \ I I A. Starling visited relatives in Law- ? your ;Mat
(, (Q .. ,./ this famous city on
\ local mer- :IIdI1, v."t I.- ; ... ;J: hands of the respective -T-= 7..Jt"j-.t, I 1'1\ < /- I iin/UB Bur titul tin. Aide,
chuntH. Tinntwipupers) are working, I I I I '! 'V" -r: .,It!. ._- :f$i. l (;ilf.'t' "f1.1tt7f: t..t1, E. H. Plowman motored to Tampa Atlantic Enjoy the Sum
.r overtime to make these towns greater "-' :$. # ..". "" ( ) ,\ 1"1-" ,Ir .-,. Saturday and returned Sunday\ bringing mer sports and Old
und better and this means greater j' -4' ,.... ,/?-," ;;V_-..'i.._", 1 .:: (,, .- ", ..,. '_ .... _:".:-.J __ _. I'' -= :f1'1'1 ..: his wife and baby. World" Charm ne-ldes
and better buHinuns for the sumo mer I J -- 7. >< "J'.A S"I' '' '' /' I"rrfj I A. C. McDonald and B. Parker left Revel In the dollKhts of
chants. The some In true of cities. t' r) ? 'f II I Friday for Atlanta for B few days the beaches nail henfllt
The non-advertming merchant who .i W," ;; :r 'wct visit with relatives. Immensely in the bracing
is usually __ ,_ i.L; ,.... I Kershaw, of St. Augustine salt air.
_
Royce
does not invite patronage ,,' ,._..... .-" ". : (,) ,. I
the one who IB a gouger. lie regards @ ..Ia'f/i!;- -= ... .. '''' .::;."" ,;l...........;..u, .. '- '? ., .IlI.j .h I arrived Friday with a gang of lubor- Magnificent Beaches
all a genera! thing, u patron HH aucker. I -: --_ --- ;, -:;;:; .;;.;.. -, -.1.... ." "\ 4.--. 1 ers and made camp here and will beI Wonderful Surf BathIng -
"' -- ,
HP kicks like a steer ahoutad"tI.ti..lnu i>..;...':.o".n.::"....- _... -. s.III.-I.: .; 4- I located here for the next two months, '
rates when the percent. I Mr. Kcrshaw has the contract for put- Summer GolfSplendid
always _._. 'H ,, : .rand tor the Horo I I S e ener y
ago of his profits are more ----- -- -.. ,_ ------ --- --- --- ---- ----- ---- Ling >n lilt? rut i>ri9iiti i
than the newspaper's profits. inK will remove it. If both testicles Hustings, were the guests of Mrs. E. W. llujes and family, Fonzo I McDougald Construction Company. hotel accommodations
The Observer has had some folks 0.I I Put Heard oil St. Augustine ariivedFriday For rates and t any
..
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and Mrs. Marion
are to be removed from ono side, remove Philips' parents, Mr. Rosier and Marlein Su gers, I have of Mr.Kcrshaw's .
Then and will charge desire
that "they never advertise. Sugger.l' other Information you O
say
the lower one first, and then the .llaynes this week. Boatiight! and Creosie
they do not deserve any patronage. upper. It in, however, 'much' \ easier to I Miss Lorine Cheshire, of Palatka, I Knthrtnu Rosier und.Lear Sapp, 1\Ir.1 l camp while lI'hu..inl here.J. address:
deal with C. Holmes made tripto
It i Is generally not safe to and of Commerce,
remove one from each sIde. n similar has been the guest of Misses Reba and Mrs. P. I. Howe family Chamber
a man so unprogressive and unappreclativo followed In each' Williams Lonnie Harris und Monroe Harris Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. P. O. Box tii3!
procedure being and Uussio Maxwell and Jessie :l H. C. Wimberly" shoppinrin
,
elise I this week. Miss Cheshire was Starke; Charles Callahan) and Reno .
The Jacksonville
value. Monday.R.
c.f
All advertising is I I Callahan Mr. Frank White, Camphor
wisest man is the liberal user of I After the operation, put the bird in ( once a resident of Hampton and hasa i A. Kershaw spent the \veek-i'rd! 1

printers' Ink. We know several quite ; u root, shady place and do not allow ,, host of froinjs hero who are always Highland Farm;Mr.Miss and Winifred Mrs. Wattles Wimberly and with his family in'St. Auiru-tme.
prominent gentlemen who have told I it to get up on the roost until the glad to see her. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Wimberly, or'Vuldo.
Mr. und 1ltE. J. Jennings'and
family
wound has healed, which takes about A. A. Futch and family left Sundayfor '! I if,
us that they always make it n point { family, Mr. and !Mrs. Fred McBride are spending a nllpl'
to avoid non-advertisers. The Oblerv. ; two weeks. live the bird some water Lucsburg where they expect to Mr. Douglas, Mr. George Me- weeks_here with his parents, :Mr, and,
its of leaders to and soft fl'l'd.Vllteh out for wind make their future home
er army I
urges
tronize advertisn-.s. It's money \pa-I) puffs mid if any are noticed, prick !\II'''. Triest, of Waldo, was a busi. Ciucken, Green Cove Springs; Misses Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
Beulah und Iln/ol 1'utih, Mi. and
r r The fellow too stingy to advertise Is Ihoneynuul I the .skin and allow the air to escape. ness visitor here this week. I LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablet r,move
Mr.
Mrx. R R. Thude and family,
his" from Remember to keep the instruments of Plant the cause There U only one Bmmo Quinines
he
and "gets Miss Juunita Sparkman, '
)
and Mrs James 1'. Moore und 1 son, 1 I .
+
I
: W. GROVE'S ilUDXure on box Ilk'
rleun It is advisable to have some antiseptic
thu patrons.Turn, Obsener.CAPONIB has. been the guest of her
; City, Don Fniro and family, !Mr. and Mrs. l I
solution ut hand. grandmother, Mrs. Elise Sparkman, A. P. Schnell and !Misses.
family,
81 IUM.1'8(' ClK'KfcUEI.S: : write ,
1 For further information, your
a this week.E. .
Elizabeth Howe[ and Louise Pitts '
A capon is a-;castrated;:;; male chicken county or home demonstration Extension agent Divi- \ J. King and S. D. Wills were Fonzo Griflta and Lonnie Harley, I "LOULD; BETTER FERTIL17'P BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"
of tho Agricultural
I which grows to be larger than a sion, Gainesville. business visitors to Auburndule Luwtey; !Miss Iris Godfrey, Dothun, Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM
t cockerel, puts on Mesh more economically this week. Ala.; C. W. Mmloutfh, Virginia; Mrs.i! BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .
f and demands. a better price on THERESSATheressn J. I'. Johnson is having his resi- Daisy Kiser, Miss Lily McGlll\ Rich- the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
r the market. During this season and dence in the western part of town repaired land, Ga.; Mr. Robert Brown, Greenville Dusters and Dusts
t a little later the price of fryers drops E. S. Sibleywas and repainted. He will use it ; !Mrs. L. A. Wcekley und dough-I I
' considerably and it has been found business, July visitor 8.- to Starke Fri for a homo when it is. completed. ter, Ocala; Miss Mildred .I E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
profitable to eaponixe. young cock- a Jacob Stone, C. F. Kalch and Wm. Aileen i'rosor, :Miss, Edith Froser,
erels. day.W. Kulch, have recently returned here MacClenny; David and Paul Moore, I '
of Jacksonville
G. Seals was a
The market wants large capons from South Florida. They have harvested Cod I Whitehead, Roy Reddish, :Mdlin -
and the general purpose of meat visitor. here C. G.Saturday.Mrs. Manire, of Hampton, is their crops. in the south and \' Futch, Wesley DyanJi.ses: YFQ We can charge your
breeds best according to N. R.Mehrhof are on their way to Pennsylvaniavhere
are while with her mother, Beulah and Hazel Kutch, Miss Lizzie 8 HRS
extension poultryman for spending Mr. Fred a Cloversettle. they will be engaged in farming Howe, Miss Blanche Burney, Mrs, !
of Florida. I through the summer months. 1 Ll) I In
the Goo.
University Arthur Moorer, of Larkins, is visiting Anderson Mrs. J. H. Kartell, Storage Battery ISmith's
1 Caponizing is. usually performed : friends and relatives here this Lawtey; Mr. and Mix.: M. natnd. / .
In Jane July, and August, because week. The Path Across the hillNext children; More Haven; Mr.! Will Agin,
f the price of fryers Is low and also Monday evening, July 0 theyour.g Plant City.
I I Saturday night a social was given
people of Hampton will puton
,.r keted because from the capons Christmas are generally till mar-I by the B. Y. P. U. atlhc home of \Mrs. "The Path Across the Hill." Doors LAWIEY Garage StFTake; :
M. A. Hall. Ice cream, cake and
may, however, bo done at any time open at 8 o'clock and the play begins -
lemonade served. Everybody I
during the year. The Important thing were promptly at 8:30.: i Lawtey July 3.-Mrs. W. M. Redding -
ql to remember is the size of the fowl. reported a splendid time. Plenty of fun and a good time is of Jacksonville Is a visitor I'
As. .soon as cockerels weigh 11-2 to David and Howard Moore were offered to those who attend. The casts this week at the home of her mother, --
21.2 pounds and are from two to I visitors to Hampton Sunday. are as follows: Mrs. Louise Lowery.Mr. I
Miss Ruby rioveniettle visited Sumuel Crawford-Herbert Dur- GET YOUR MONEY
four months of age they are ready to ,, PROMPTLYINMAN
capifnlzo. friends and relatives in Hampton den. I and !Mrs J. H. Moore were visi- .I

The following instruments are necessary Sunday Mary Davit-Mrs. W. D. Alexander. tors to Starke Saturday. &. RITCH

: knife, spreader, sharp point' ClIA.MIlKIt: : COMMERCE: : I Mr. and Mr.-Fred Lang and chil- REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING
ed hook, blunt probe und 1'l'mover.I :MEETS' :\ TONIGHT Dr. Jimmie Reed-Carl Nelson. dren, of Clay Hill were in town Mon INSURANCE COMPANIES: FIRE,
Walter Conrad-Flora Wills. I
There are several makes on the mar
I day.
Robert Cost-C. T. Lawhorne. ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE: ,
ket.Starve The regular meeting of the Bradford 1 BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
the bird before the opera- Lutie Davis-Nattally Marchion- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and ,
]\ tion. Withhold food and.water for 21 county chamber of commerce children were visitors to Melrose'I MADE PROMPTLY
: to 80 hour. will be held tonight ( Friday) at the ney.Florence Gray-Mrs. Ray Colley. Sunday.
courthouse in Starke. A full attendance -
Zuzu Cook-Reba Maxwell.
The bird with strings about the (the I --
legs and wing., Is placed on Its side requested. Salamander Alexander John Henry Mrs. A. M.\ Blanchard; returned
Jones Moselle McGruder. I I homo last week from Jacksonville 4
on a table or barrel. Weights are HAMPTON: -
used to stretch the bird and hold it : The proceeds of this play will be ,, whore she spent two weeks with her ,
firm. It Is very necessary to have un'' Hampton, July 3.-Mrs. J. F. John used to build Sunday school rooms. daughter; Mrs. J. B. Dye. I ,
,
abundance of light so that the testicles son and daughter, Mary, who have 1 All the good people of Starke, Wal I I I Mr. and Mrs.-Hall and baby, of ,,
can bo seen readily. Direct sun been the guests of friends and relatives do, find the other surrounding townsare Gaines\'l1ll1,'were recent guests of Mr. I
light is best for this. for several days returned tot I Invited to be present to enjoy the ;,I and Mrs. A. II. Harley. 4
Feathers arc removed! from a small their home here last Saturday fun and encourage the young people. I JR
I area by the. last two ribs and in front The Baptist Sunday school has en-I I Admission. Adults 23 cents; Children J. C. Cone, of Brooker, was a business IILib09ABRAH
of the thigh. An incision about an tered a contest this quarter the rod 15 l'cnts.SIlUCKI.U'S. visitor to Lawtey the first of the
? Inch in length is made between the and green against the black and i I I week. _
: LAND1M: ) I
last two ribs. The spreader which gold. The colors. are worn by the con- LI iCOLN-lt365 .
wilt spring the ribs apart, is then In- I! tettants each Sunday. Much interest ;( The following were among those I Mrs. J. T. Moore was a visitor to

,, serted. The skein cotering tho intestines : Is being manifested, last Sunday bathing at Kingslcy lake resort recently I tarke Saturday. Worked

is torn with n hook bringingthe ii'ventone were in attendance. more familiarly known as '! Miss Eva Grant left Sunday for her by Day, I
testicles into viThe testicle a : Misses Annie Cox, Nannie Johnson | Strickland's Landing.Mr. I home in Maine. Miss Grant has beenin
yellow organ! nbout the size of a bean, : and Warner' Johnson of Aster Park, and Mrs. B. C. Willis\ W. II. charge of one of Geo. F. Young's
will be seen near the backbone. On I spent the week-end with Miss Estella''' Stoxcr, Miss L. Sharp Mr. and Mrs. stores for the past six months.Mr. Read at Night
the other side of this will be another Hobby and Miss Emma Johnson. i t'. P Sit-g, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. DIsimike i
testicle, and running between the two : Mrs. C. A. Carver! of Jacksonville\ :Mr. and !Mrs W. B. Joiner and and Mrs. J. R. Renfroe and son,
will be the spermatic artery. If this IH the guest of her aunt, lrs.Iary\ \ I I family, Robert Dmkins Jacksonville; of Ft. M.\er, Mm. Alvin Bethea, of The money President Lincoln earned as

la severed, the bird will bleed to Prevatt. I Misses Leona and Aileen Luke, Crewsville 1\Irs. Ida. Parrish, of Lit- a rail splitter he put In bank. In later
t death. W (}l. Seals, of Jacksonville, and Nathan Luke, 1Ii88In\ Green, Glover tic Springs and Jim Andrews of life he often referred
S After a hold of the testicles with .on. \\". G. .Tr, were the guests of A.I 1 Fountain. Inlet; L. Wyman, J. B. Luke Butler, were recent /guests at to his first bank ac

t* i the.remover is secured, being sure to .\. Burden, and family tint week n\nie. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crowley the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, S. An. count. At night he read every book lie
get all bf it. a little pilling:! and twi-t :Mi, *. .1/. P. Philips, /and children of cad family Nelson Green, Mr and i ilrewn.Mr. cau'd'! lay his hands on.

: and :Mrs. J. C. Prevatt andh.Idren Have you a bank account ?

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Mirke Saturday afternoon. Well gladly explain our simple, safe

ii LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith R ,:M-.q don Pauline were week.end Roden and visitors Marcus to method of doing business.A .

TniktonMlle.Mi"s bank account Is a touchdown on the .

road to the goal of success
t : Gertrude Andrews is spend-
I I iir:! a few days with relatives in

) PEEK REALTY COMPANY i 're\\>\'ille. a- .. art tl..J

f Frank Green, of Wildwood, spent
STARKE FLORIDA Bradford County BankBradford
Tile Quinine flit Doc Not Affect The ttttt
I a air Bee..... .. It. male ud r.I.1I "oct. LAXAn ,
... . \E :- T.hl.U) ..n be County' Financial Stronghold
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