Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 2, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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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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STARK E. FLORIDA, FRIDA'y. JULY 2. 1920. .NUMIILR ONE .
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DAVIS AGAIN IN TROUBLE 1
RESULT OF 1'RIMARI'Votes MUSICAL TEA FOR" MISS BoLLOCK .
MII.rr.TTEItO:;

Caught With the Good and Cunticted Cast for State and United PROGRAM FOR THE I
of Transporting Liquor : I.onComl'an\ )' Will Parade mi Fourth
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!States Officers One of the. most delightful social I In New UniformsUniform.

Monday evening Mayor Hoover's I affairs nf the season took place! Saturday t I _
j The result of the democratic primary ; afternoon, from five to seven, .
court was busy, several canes being/ held June 8 BIG CELEBRATION I ., hah and equipment have
as officially declared when MrJ.. 1\1. Alvarez gave a mUIII.I '
tried. All were of little importance arrived and the in their 1
boys
now
by the 'state I l
canvassing board. Is I cal ten in honor of Miss Wright
except that of Tom Davis, colored as follows: uniforms, 11I'11take\ )part in the Fourth
Bullock, of Ocala who was the attractive I Ilor
with --
charged "transporting" shine. It July parade held Monday the 1
For United i on ,
States
attained to the dignity of having a J. S.nator-8idney With the exception of a few addi. To form >n Call street east of Cherry house guest of Mrs. C. K. Ahearn. I
prosecutor, A. S. Crews, Esq.. and thedeft'ndant fl2,304.Catta, 25,007: Duncan U. Fletcher tional features added, the program as street Fully fifty guests had the pleasureof fifth.A rifle range U being constructed
had outlined fur the Fourth of July celebration Decorated autos.The attending this delightful\ social yI
a lawyer, E. M. Johns, For Congressman-First ''I northeast of Sta I I.e. The work being y ,
District in last week's issue of the following route has been ebon- I function and making the acquaintanceof
voluntary, it is
Esq.Tom Herbert J. Drane 4.385: George H. Telegraph will be carried out. Among en for the line of march: the gifted honoree Receiving at I I I i I, is Hearing necessarily Mow, but
Davis is completion. Sonic small
a manufacturing Wilder 8,278. ''
.
door Mrs.
the
W. H.
I these are contests for children Kid- West Call street to Walnut was Graham, attired
on
j rifles with the
chemist who makes two of shine Third came regulation ones,
pints District Ben '
S. Hancock G.945 'die in a becoming frock of ,
,- Kar race, velocipede race and thebu..kin Noril-: DM Walnut to Ninth street peach and with these the boys will
where only one grew.before, and first choice practicetarget
grow
and 1,136 second georgette; in line! was the hostess" ,
billy goat. The Kiddie Karl East on Ninth to Cherry IItrt'.t.'South .
is therefore by many considered as a choice J. H. shooting lit the armor)'. There
; Smithwlek ;Mrs. ,
8,475 first ce i Is opened to youngsters of eight on Cherry to Call street. Alvarez, Miss Bullock and Mrs. i
are already good! shots
public benefactor. He has frequently choice and 998 sumo attlungthen
second choice Y. L. .Ahearn who tho Inthe
greeted
; years and under the West Call'to of guests
velocipede end
; race, on pavement j ,, und they will
to Jacksonville !
figured in the courts, and being a Watson, 4,571 first choice. reception room. Miss Bullock's'decollete go
12 .
years and under "riding the buck.nit' I nl band.
; in
July to take in
good business man he always has a Fourth part competitivefthootlng. 1
District-Forrest Lake 11- billy tout" has an age limit of 12 I j: For the best decorated cars taking !I gown was of turquoise blue .
sinking fund to pay himself out of 297 W. J. Scars I t
; 16219. and black georgette, with overdrapory '
The
| years winners of each of these part 'in .parade prize will be awaiMed.
jail. The "consuming public" has to For Go\'ernor--Cary A. Hardee, 52.- [ contests will he awarded a silver dol- And also for flouts by commercial of lace; Mrs. Ahearn, wore an elegant i Four new recruits hsvc just joined!, ;
furnish this, aft "overhead" expenses 591 first (choice 1,557 second choice; I lar. These events will take place at house* and civic organizations Severn dress of navy beaded georgrlte; and I making/ the. strength. of tho company d
are always added to every quart or Van C. Swearingen, 30,240 first choice Ii o'clock and together with the balance floats will be filtered, besides a :Mrs. Alvarez was handsome in black 105 men. More now recruits are expected .
pint he nells. and 1,459:; second choice; Lincoln Hul- ; of the sports for the day, will large number of decaroted cars The Inure satin Turkish skirt and Inre I BO that when the company
Chief Kite had discovered some ley, 5,591 first choice. !I I he under direction of Messrs. Ahearn prizes are given to stimulate interest blouse. goes to encampment in August it will .'

shine in his wagon, and the charge For Attorney Genl.'ral-J.. Bil- and Wall. I| in this part of the program and in or. I The dining table was laid with a I hI'l the largest! in the.. state
wa therefore, "transporting liquor." lingsley, 23,234:; first choice, 3.496 lIec. i| The horse and mule races will be ,i der to make the parade more attrac- handsome lace cover and centered - -- - -
The damning evidence of his guilt, ond choice; R. H. Buford, 26,506 first I held' at the hours designated on the I'I tlve. prizes are as follows: with a huge bowl of bright hued einnias. MISS BROWN l.l:1:: COMPLIMENTED .

a quart bottle nearly full of that choice, 4,534 second choice; Catkins! drat cross street south of the Metho-j I I I Commercial floats-First prize $10; The reception hall, living room 1
cloudy white. liquor which would runa 22,622 first choice. I dist church. The relay race, sack Second prize, $5.00.Organization and porch were also decorated withvases
tin Lizzie five miles, stood on the For Comptroller' -Ernest Amos, 63- race and 100 yards dash will take 1 I I floats-Fir t prize, and howls of gorgeous zinnias. In honor of Miss ElizabetH( Brown-
table. The court room was full of 507; Allie J. Angle, 17117. In the Ice, of Starke, who was the guest of
place on the paved portion of Walnut i i i $10.00; second price $5.00. dining room delectable refreshments
spectators and they also occupied the For State Treasurer. C. Luning, I street, from the Methodist church, 'i Decorated autos-First prize, $10; of chicken sandwiches and her aunt, Mrs. A. V. Long, of Palat-
doors and windows. The sight of this 46,467; W. S. McLin, 29241. i north. The greasy pole has baen given second prize, $5,00. ice tea with mint and] lemon was serv. ka, Miss' Emily Nerwick entertainedlast

bottle caused their Adams-apple to For State Superintendent of Public the place on honor on the corner]i The program for tho day will be arranged > ed by four cluwmitig young ladies, j: Tuesday waning with a promIl'al.ty
move up end down like the handles of Instruction-Dixie M. Hollins, 38,891; of Call and Walnut, next to store of. as follows: Misses Florence Matthews, Hilda I j at her home on North Fourthstreet
the rifles in a Pablo Beach shooting/ William N. Sheets, 41,431. Griffin & Johns. I|I 10:00: -Horse race-First prize, $5; Lewis, Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez. Palatka. Miss Brownlee returned
gallery on a busy Sunday. Behind For Justice Supreme Court Group For the parade Capt. DeWitt C. '' second prize $3.10,30Relay The musical program consisted of home Wednesday! and the par.

the bottle sat Chief Kite like a grim No. 2-John S. Beard, 23,043; Thomas Jones has outlined the order in which I! :: race-First prize, $5. two parts the first being taken by ty The was color given scheme as a sort of farewell. ',

Nemesis. F. West 48,539. each entry will appear in line, as well i 11:00: -Sack Race-First prize, $3. Mrs A, Z. Adklns, whose beautiful white of yellow and
For Railroad Commilioner-W.! J. 88 place of formation. voice is a favorite not only to Starke was effectively carried out in
Tom soon saw that things were Each entry 11:30:: 100 yards dash-First prize, the
against him in spite of his lawyer's RoobucH, 23,171 first choice, 2.423 must be in their respective places at r $5.00; second prize $2.50. audiences but everywhere she singsto served decorations. Punch mid cake were
efforts. Being a business man and a second choice; A. S. Well, 30,645 first 2 p. m.The I 1OOIul.: race-First prize, $5; music lovers Mrs eWltt C. during I the evening to theguests ,

man of experience, he reached downin choice, 6,806 second choice; J. H. following will form on Call I second l )prize, $3.00.: Jones, who Is a skilled accompanist Misses: of Hettie Miss Nerwich.Hoist who were
his overalls for his wad. He peeled : Tench, 18,469. street between Cherry street and rail. 121:0Dinner.1:10Egg.ltollingFirst: : was at the piano for both Mrs. Ail- liana Gertrude Wil-! I
Francis
Ernest Amos lead the ticket, receiving road kins and Miss Bullock The Henley, 1 Florence Melae -
off five ten dollar bills, rolled them : : : prize, $2. exceptionally Turner
together and stuck them over his' twelve hundred and three more Mounted police, band, mayor and 1:45-Greasy/ pule-$2.00. fine program was as follows: Icy ,Viola Dorothy Dorothy Row-.
right ear. Then he counted out eightone votes than Fletcher next high man. I city officials, National Guard.To '2:30: -Parada. Part I (a )-Cradle Song ( Fuller), Rrnbnw Jessie Bailey, Dors
dollar bills\ and stuck them over Amos carried fifty-three counties out form on Cherry street between Speaking '(b)-The Star ( Rogers), Causey, Helen Bruce, and the lion-
of fifty-four and tied Angle in the Call and Jackson Part 11 (a-An) Open Secret ores, :Miss Elizabeth Urownlee; Hugh '
his other ear. Two dollars he kept in : Dancing at the armory, hf.'linlllnA'1 .
'
'adgctt Allen .
fiftyfourth.MISS I Billy Gu Long Jack
his hand. When time came he hand. Children, clowns, Confederate veterans. at 11 a. III., and (Woodman)
ed over the fifty for the fine. Then --. p. m. Fiddlers will furnish music. I ( b)-Sweet Little Woman of Mine nick Roger: Ted KoriiardSam MeCor- .,
,
he handed over the eight dollars and ROBERTS' HOUSE: PARTY To form on Cherry street north of Band! concerts on street during af J (Bartlett). Louis, James Fred Arthur 1I'ul'l'ult"1! Boyle,
asked the mayor if that wasn't .- Jackson street: ternoonIn : (c)-Dear Little Boy of Mine ( Ball ) n.ul.r Long Charles
enough for the cost, averring that if Wednesday of last week) Miss Nelle Industrial floats' Club floats, commercial the evening an orchestra will (d) Sweet Miss .Mary (Neidlin- ) and! Clifford Tromley." \
Miss
it wasn't for him the town could not Roberts, of Lawtey, entertained !in a floats.EPWOKTH j jI furnish music for dancing/ at armory. I ger). 'ululka llrownloe is enlhumusUe about
and her three weeks
be run, as his fines paid the expenses. hospitable manner a number of guest (e)-The Ilrownios (Leonl). line says
But the mayor was inexorable, and from various towns. Wednesday )I ( f)-There are Fairies at the not wore delightfully spout.SKA ... I
Tom reluctantly handed over the two morning the following party from I LEAGUE PROGRAM '' RAIFORO I torn of our Harden! (Lehman). -
dollars he had held In reserve. Starke motored to Miss Roberts' (g)-Why (Wells). : HOARD'S I SAFETY<\ : FIRST!
home: Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little .1 Sunday evening, at 7:45: o'clock. Raiford July 2.-Mr. and !Mrs. (h)-Sorter Miss You (Smith). PICTURE; "HULK OF I REASON"

son, Leslie, Misses Lucile Tatum, Iris I Subject, The Source of True Cour- B. Macclenny, of Mucclenny, were c'l. (i--Oh) Dldn't. it Rain ( Ilur. -
MISS MIDDLETON ENTERTAINS Epperson! Audrey Johns and Ethel tending to business here Saturday. leigh). During'the year 11)1(1) (: the Sculxmrd
EPWORTH LEAGUE Griffin. age.Song No. 416.Itcllilonsive R. A. Greene of Starke was in ;; Miss Bullock studied under William Air Line Railway, through their Safa- t

'- At 8:30: in the evening the party reading, Psalm 59. town Monday. j j Whitney, of lioston and New York. ty Department" have reduced' personI ..
Miss Madge Middleton entertainedthe was joined by :Messrs. Wilmot and Prayer. Mrs. W. I. Roberts left Tuesday afternoon and I le a dramatic soprano of lure I injury cases to employe nearly
Epwortt. League Wednesday even. Clifton Brown Misses Douglass Scripture references. for Jacksonville, where she ability. She studied for opera, but oily per! rent, and! have greatly re-
ing, the 23rd ult., at the home of her Montgomery and Marguerite Godwin, Vocal duet-John Powell and Wilbur will spend a few days with relativesand I is now considering concert work. Miss dUl.t'd accident with automobiles, at
parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Scott. Bullock's charm of grade crossings although the department
of Lawtey, Harold Wall Will Epper- friends. I IKeweys | stage presence) ,
ton, on N. Walnut street son, Telfair Long, Kirk Lewis, Geo. Reading/ The Fearlessness of the Goethe, of Sapp, was In manner and .rfiptivatlng: smile, together In woiklng very earnestly to, ,
The Leaguers spent a happy even. White, Hollifl Knight, Levy Canova, !Master (three parts)-Ruth Diggs, town Tuesday afUrnoon. with her rare voice, all combine make tho 11120" ( record' of personal In.
ing playing rook, listening to piano John Powell, of Starke. Lucile Tatum, Madge Middleton. :Mr. and Mm. W. I. Roberts, Philip to make her performance H ila- Juries the best of any railroad in the

and Edison music and answering Delicious punch was served throughout Reading, Christian! Heroes-Helen and Ada Roberts, A. T. Mizell, Violet light to her audience. The honoree of MIUlll. ,
questions in a musical contest, in the the evening and at a late hour the DiRgs.: and Bernice Mizell Mr. and Mrs. :i this pretty affair is a member of one Lust year Mr. J. A. Jester iimpocnr )'
latter game Miss Hilda Struth cap- charming hostess Miss Robert assisted Talk, Paul's ExampleFlorenceMatthews. Yarborough Wilma Andrews were i| of Florida's eldest l families, her of safety, for the company cover.d ,
turing first prize, a box of stationery, by little Mix Helen Kearns of visitors to Kingsley lake Sunday. grandfather being a prominent figure ,. the entire system with the bil"fl.ty \' .
and Herbert Bitch received the consolation Hastings served a tempting salad, Song No. 383. ;* Rev. Ware, of Worthington, filled I I in Florida history picture, The !House That Jack t
a miniature alligator. The last course League Benediction. his regular appointment here at the Mrs. Alvarez's Invited guests were: Built," which was seen hero" last April
but not least pleasing feature of the I ----- _.. --0 Baptist church Sunday. t Mesilames DeWitt C. Jones, George and at all the Important points on the
evening was refreshments of delicious ERROR IN ADVERTISEMENT LAWTEY Sheppard Moore, Avery Tlson and Marks S. L. Peck Charles Chalker, system Mr Jester tolls us chicken salad, sandwiches and ice tea. i I Walter Whitten were visitors to Lake A. M. Darby F. II. Long A. 7. AHkins early one hundred thousand people

The guests at this pleasant social I In our issue of last week there appeared Lawtoy, July 2.-Arthur Griflis, of Butler during the week. J. E.: Wilson, H. L. Brownie, J. ncluding public and employes witessed .
W'lma Andrews Goethe and M, Brownlee, W. L. Wall J. fo;. I Futrh, this big
were: Misses Florence Matthews I an advertisement of the Woodmen St. Pet"rshurlhall/ been spending Kenny picture and that it
Helen Diggs, Hilda Struth Lena I of the World, which contained an several days at the home of his par Sadie Simmons were visitors to Lake C. A. Futch, G. M. Sistrunk Frank was an' Immense factor in safety
Hough Ruth Diggs, Hazel Middleton, error which we wish to correct. eats Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis. Butler Tuesday afternoon.' Hoover, James II, Ritch P. K.: C.H- work.
Hilda Lewis, of Jasper) Aileen{ Alva. The number of members of the so- J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was A. I). Andrews made a business tripto I nova, E.; E. Canova, I D. L. Alvarez, W, The new picture, "Rule of Uuason,"
rez, Sarah Davis, of Madison, Jennie ciety was given as 93,000 when it transacting busines sin Lawtey last Jacksonville during the week. C. Powell W. E.<: Middleton./ I:;. M. III a much larger production, having'our
Ennis, of Tampa, Inez >loitt; Messrs. should have been 963000. This most I week. I Miss Carrie McCqy, who has been Johns, D. I'':. Knight Richard Fernandez. thousand feet of film, amt hat
William Struth, Leon Hough, Powell popular insurance society has had a Miss Enza Blanchard, of Quincy, la'' employed in the A. I D. Andrews Mer- I J.1.: Mitchell J. C. Robinson, l E. been shown at a number of Important II
Carpenter, John Powell, Herbert steady and remarkable growth since I spending a few days at the home of:i cantile Co., left Thursday morning S. Matthews Roxcoe Mel.an.., C. K. mints already on the north end of the .
Ritch, Paul Canova, Sam Anderson, its organization 30 years ago and enjoys her parents Mr and Mrs. A. M. Blan- 1 for Water-town. Ahearn II. C. Richard, T. J. Griffin, system, and arrangements are now In
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Ruby Davis the enviable reputation of being I chard.J. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hcndrlcka N. T. Ritch, A, H, Fteeman, Sarah >ri'>grtss to show It In Jacksonville,

-- -..-.-- the strongest, financially, of all fraternal C. Thomas. of Jacksonville, was who have been living about mile and a I. Hamrick W. J. Epperson: .. C A. where, the company, has about fifteen j
insurance societies, and we do visiting: friends in Lawtey last week.D. I half from town, moved Into town on Knight, Ella Johnson, . A. Scott, E. iuiiilr.'d employes. It's a wonderful
MRS. IIAMRICK GIVES RECEPTION not want to minimize their standing Bayer, Bruce Boyer and George | Tuesday and are occupying the homein T. Campbell, L. G. Powell L. A. Dav. reduction of how accidents happen .I

numerically through an error, there- Boyer of Jacksonville, visited their i, front of A. 1 D. Andrews. 1111. T. N. Umbuugh J. I'. Canova. O. through carelessness and the roiulu .
fore we are calling the attention of parents Sunday. I I I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson and L. Haynes, W. K.<: !Davis 1I" Stump, In killing and crippling employes an4
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick and daugh'ter our readers to the error. Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Smith were ViII I{ little daughter, Francis, were visitors I. J. W. Killian of Williamxhurg, Va.; the loss <>f property. Those who were
Miss Margaret Hamrick received to Miss Mabel Weller, of Emlenton;; \ 1'14
------- itors to Kintriley! lake Thursday Manning Sunday. ; fortunate enough, to see "The House
informally .from 8i30 to 10, on Mon. STARKE; BOY HEARD FROM Mrs. W It. Miner visited relatives I j I W. II. Andrews and family moved Minnie and Louise Kessent, Doris Low That Jack lluilt," will recall Jack
day evening, in compliment to their in Jacksonville last week. out on his farm about a mile and! _a Sara Davis, of Madison, Hilda Lewis, : 'Vmtrr and his wife, two leading char.

charming house guests Miss Porter The army Olympic eommitttee, St. David Durban Jr., visited relativesin I', half from town Tuesday. of Jasper, Florence Matthews, Annie ; ucters, who will again appear In the
of Atlanta, and Misses Hall and Turner 1 Louis Mo., sends us the following/ Jacksonville last week. Ur. A. J. Johnson and family moved I Darby, Ruth Diggs, Margaret Ham- new picture Mr. Foster assumes th'role

of Douglass, Ga. clipping concerning a young man Mr. and Mrs Charles Shepard, of I I IIhlliard back into their home Tuesday rick, of Douglass: Ga., Amelia and of division superintendent and
Refreshing punch and sandwiches from the Starke section. We have no spent Sunday in Lawtey at I N. T. Ritch and Mr. Johns, of Olive Ray, Eva: Epperson: Cassie I 'knotting for saltty first" The wreck

were served throughout the evening. doubt that he will /give a good account the home of Mr. and Mrs. James I .Starke. were transacting business in White, Etta Tison.... Madge. Middleton. scene In this picturn la bigger than in
Quite a number, of the unmarried set of himself: Shepard. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard were town Tuesday! ------ -- - - he other one, inasmuch as this one it'ollowed

enjeyed this delightful/ social affair "Capt. C. W. Chalker of the 17th married about two weeks ago and Herbert. Ritch. of Starke, was in JUDGE GARDINER'S: COURT by an explosion, when a a
with the gracious hostesses and their Machine Gun Battalion of the Central their many friends here wish them along 'town Tuesday afternoon -- lumber are killed and injured. There
interesting guesU took the life of and - .-- -. ---- Three Suit For Stork Killing UKld.J IR .
Department, who part in : happiness prosperity. a safety meeting held, showing exadly
--- ---- _. The W. C. T. U. held interesting Against Railroad ,
Meuae-Argonne offensive, and other Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appointment an how different accidents occur,
DEATH OF MRS. BECK prominent battles overseas is enteredin at the Island Grove Baptist meeting Wednesday afternoon at the which is very Interesting and wilt not
the swimming events of the Army church Sunday. Methodist church. The subject of the Tuesday afternoon Judge Gardiner'scourt he forgotten by any one who sees\ it.

Mrs. Millie Beck, wife of Mr. Chas.A. Championships to be held here July David Reddish returned to Tan- meeting was "Patriotism," and the presented an animated scene, Every: citizen of Starke and vicinity
Beck, died at her home in the 2 to 5, inclusive. Although he pre nersville, Ga., Saturday. leader Mr*. A. II. Freeman. for no less. than three suits against should take advantage of the oppor.
Hampton section Tuesday, June 29th, sents no definite records of his prow. Peter Chalancin, of Jacksonville the director general of railroads were tunity to see this safety first production .
and the remains were interred at cs. he in expected to show class in spent Sunday with friends near Law- Mrs. J. C. Wills returned, home to be decided. The suits were for and they will not regret it. The
Hope cemetery, Theressa, Wednesday.The the aquatic branch of the meet. He Monday after a visit In Jacksonvillewith stock alleged to have been killed by Seaboard Is not sparing any expense
deceased was a daughter of Mr. lives at Starke, Fla." ley.L.. H. Hill was a visitor to Starke her daughters Mrs. It. B. Noal trains. The railroad was representedby to make the Seaboard the safest railroad
. .._ and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mrs. Wills J. E. Futch, Esq., and each case
and Mrs. Owen Swindcl, of the Hampton --- -- - the first part of the week. I In the South to ride on or work
section and had many friends, PHENOMENAL POTATO YIELD Brownie Bennett of Plant City vl.-I. wan accompanied home by her little had to be decided by a jury. The Juries ; for.
who mourn ,her departure and express ited relatives here this week. i grandson Billy Harris.onville I found for the plaintiffs' as follows Watch for date which will be announced 1

great sympathy for the bereaved rel This spring Rev. L. W. Kickliter Albert DubosB of Starke spent I I I' : later.
atives. planted ten quarto of Red Bliss Irish Sunday in Lawtey with friends, : last Friday on account of ill Jasper Dell, for hog killed, $60 and -.--

Undertaker DeWitt C Jones, of potatoes and harvested from tics I Robert Blanchard Is spending this ness of relatives. $25 for attorney's fee. The "Consumer's Lumber Company"
Starke, had charge of the funeral. planting sixteen bushels. This was a 1 week with relatives in Jacksonville. James Starling was a visitor to J. W. Prevatt for sow killed, $60, 1s the now name for the Quigley Lumber
-- ---- phenomenal yield, but Mr. Kickliter: Arthur GrifTis was a visitor to h-k. Jacksonville Thursday and Friday. and $25 for attorney's fee. \ A Supply Co. Consult their large
Reports from St. Luke's hospitalin I G. C .Sweat for hog killed, $30,
'BAPTIST explains It to be the result of well sonville Saturday. I advertisement on the last of theTelegraph.
Jacksonville that Geo. H. lieav- Iand $2t! for attorney's fee page
prepared soil proper fertilizing and Lonme Harley, of Bunnell is are They deal in thingsund
11 a. m., special service of interest /good drainage. spending a few days at home this aril who recently was knocked down II D. K. Knight was the attorney for handle only the best. many
the .
plaintiffs.An
locomotive his
f1 members. week. by a freight breaking
7 Senior B. Y. P. U. !\ CLC SALE OF EATS !Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and baby left leg just below the knee and considerably unusual number of both cattle
8 p. m.. of Jacksonville, were guests: last week bruising him about head and and hog have been killed of late by L. E. Lee, of Tampa, was in Stark
worship.
p. m. Evening i!
Midweek. service Wednesday, at II The Woman's Club will hold a sale of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MeLeod. face is Improving a. wee!! as could be the train Hogs are enticed to the the first of the week Mr. lee was
,
/ track by corn and oat, falling on railed to the bedside of his mother,
and saladat
P m. I of cakes, pies sandwiches I James Sheppard, of Brycerllle was expected.!
BLANCHARD D. LAW. A. :M Darby's store Saturday afternoon here during the week-end. I Henry Bennett of Jacksonville was the track through crack In the car who was very ill, but Is now Improv.

'. Pastor.r beginning at. 8 o'clock c'i Thompson was called to Jack. J a visitor to Lawtey Saturday floors. ing.











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PAGE SIX BRADFORD OOUNTY TK1.K GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 2. 1920.

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NoU. 'V h....... .I..n that the following NOTICE d.eINbed lmdn will .b. sold .t pubic .ueUon D.seripdan.a T. R- A. O..r L (;efolo. Deeenvlieii Sac. T. R. A. Owner A Tlwr

on the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUBT 1.0. It aNnr the I"d tar 01 ..Id mouth. before that EH of NW S A $W\ A WH Lot 10 of Blk I In Ward City .--- 8 7 8. Forayth ? ..-..__. .'11

County. Stab 01 Florida. or so much tbeNDI SI of SW of SEVi A SH ..( Lou 8 t 10 A II of Blk 7 InWard

Court will be"nuae nee..Door.., to.t p.r lllarke.the amount 10 DrlUlror duo for tu..t 01'1\0 tbe ...m.etb.r witb tbet SW'4 ;? NW'4 ________-1! B 10 280 l Jd..1 l American Corporation _. 19.11 I City _______________._____ 1 7 M. Seville A J. 8. Fonrt"" 1.11
7i W 16 17 A II of BIN R In Ward
All Aw of BEVi'"fl of Ry ca Lota
01 such .. Sod .d..rU.hllr. T.... __ 1..10 .... I 1 fl. Sea la .. _._.._..._
2 A __ __. 11 84R N. W. Horna -- ..._.._. 11.11 City -- -- --- U1
r R. A. O..nor A I.b 8'', of NEV4 olMNEV4"A""hrW% Lota 1 A S of Blk 11 in-Weed-
rr PM.rrlptlen -e. T. 7 ..' R. Ward .. .,.
i of NEVi A Nof NWVi i8WS I City __ ----------- ; 9 __"_. .41
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All B" of NW\4 of BW'y A ------------I '..40of __________..11 10 .AA tats A. 7 of Blk 11 i. Ward'
1'1' r W or Rr .M II In MrsA.\ Andersen I IN' of NWSNES 11) Ideal American Corporation . 88
IIWI4 1..ln.lor I 1 14 20 Mts. ]A. And..n __._...._ ...07NI'II \ of NEVi of NEViwVorfNNwVo'N ..---1. I ,0 8. E Cooper, ...... ...._... !.tl City i 1 Went .. _._._ 141
W : 01,.r NWtl NRI NW't . '. .N 1 IS .i' W. C hiss- --------.----- { .! : .:!. . NE'4.16 20 10t E. H v..... -..-....-.-.... 6 of BU'-li"j"Vt; City: :::: 8 T 8. Forayth .. .-..-- .8'

or NWL N'y-ref' IIW'4.U IS ItO M. H. Niches _._.....____.__. y0.tl01 \ of NE'4U'! S SO Alex Vavra .. ......__....... 1.61Lo'. 1 A II of Blk 18 'in Ward

SW.1 NW'i" / I n /0" ._------------.4 \ -..H 5 20 40IK R. D I'M ._ ____.._...._.. 11.e* City . -. _. ._ II T ... W.nt. __ _n '--.n
0.NeU ._ -o'f -eVTA-in-- Illk 18 In -Wad Clt,.oo- 8 'I R. Ward __ __._...
._,16 1 I 1 10 M. ... .._.._n_ 10.IT 8W\4 W 101110 of n ,qy
F.' nf 111'4': rinks; ._ SOSO RIle 1In Ward City It 7 R. Ward .. _..____.
orIIw'A ------ -' _-- - _-- -- _11 II David P. Coffin .. __..._...? 828Mm Lot 6 of --- .Mid
>, Wu, nr or IIW"NW', A B In ,1.3_ A ....14 I 11 NA J. I.. ii.rArn .. _._._____. 11.$ PWS of NES of BWS -----. ___.IS I 10 Nellie M. Morrall ........ 1.S7 7 of Illk 1io Ward' City .... BLot T 21)J. .....'.. Ward .. .. _.._._. .I'J!
NE'nt' NE'4 8*, "' NW L f of Illk 16 In Ward City ---- 8 1 .... Ward .. .. ._..._._ .N9
NF'ti 7.r.. NRV, A II 13 1.11 A N of NES A SH of NEVi Lot II of Hlk 18 In Ward City ,--- 8Lot 1 0L M. Devtlb. ._. 2.21
.r IIF. .. lor NEI". A Ely or B A1 In Ward City R 'I A. ..._.,,,_._
+ A RE'4 __ .. ___ __..11 I lAS 2a J. L. Arden .. .-----.--- 110.81 NE'i' of NWS I KVi of 12 of Hlk 16 -- 1.11
Will Pot... of SWVi\ A SF.'. -__.._.. so 3(0 Idea: American Corporation 64.76it W RO ft of Frae. Bile 17 in Ward
E'4 A t:'' or NW'I AE'4 orfilW'4 e. .. ..... .... R 'I > ,. A. E. Russell ._.._......
__ ___ __111 1 14 4130 S. 1.. Harden _. .___...... ... 80.11NW'4 N\\ of NEVi\ of NES NW Ill
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nr ____._ _. __._21 I 18 /n J. L lI.rdo.n -- ---.-. ...-.-- ..., H of NWS A SES "f iJW of Dlk -- /.
t NW'I N'"- nfRr'i.28 I 1M 110 W. n. Npttl. -- -...-..-.. n.MIIF'4 S: ex 8 A In NE for: ,. ___, .16 1 IS Unkflimn .. _. ?__..._.... 18.87 Lou 667 A 8 of Blk l 1 Y InWard

IIW\4 or for N.tt AFI4 A. .';'____ .. __.. ..28 I 14 /0" 11010051% _. -- -...--'--'. 1.01filWt,4 St:', of NE'. of SWSNWS _____.__.18 6 10 10 F. O Carnnntcr.r.... In City ..-- ......OO ILtita 7 ... I* A. Green .. ._'Q'_.' IUI

of ', __?.. .___ . .__..21 I 184 Unknown -- .. -.-.--..-.--. I..a of ? F.4 of 8WV.. ___ ...__.18 6 SOSO 10 C. C I-ainter _. ,-.._._. 1.21 4 t 10 A 11"r Blk- tl InWard
?: 4W1of" filF.!SF:% ._ .._.-._..-.t-,2N 8' n I" A. 0 t'lhe* -. ........_..__ 10.11 8H of 8W'4 of NWVi -_______111.IK 6 20 n.... 0,11. Coffin ....__.... ..
I jq 1Un.nnwn.-' ._ -- ...---......-. 1.01 BWS of SES of NW'/ .._____.. f 20 10 Solaro. C. rainier .. ...-. C.27 L. 7Br 9otlllk2l I in Ward
NFt4 : 14F1y; w"- ;-v.i4--14 NWS of 8EH of NW'.. ._____ .1* i SO 10 Elrni Meteor .. ........._.__. ..21 City . --.--. 8 7 H. GAin.y _. .......__._.. 11.11

NRI4 II tll NFI.A 0f NWtZ "r NR' NE:',, of NWS of NEViFH -________.18 I SOSO 10 A. M. White .. -.......__.... '.21 Lot 6 of Blk: 22 In w'rdi i----- 8 T .Ior..... Ward .. .._?__..... 1.\1

A 4ft Nt:' I.r 'IF.4! A N'y of N of NES of HEVi of RW1M_.18 6 6 rtiril C. Ilirkhart -. 2.27 Lot 7 of Blk 28 In Ward City 9 7 B PreeeottMra .. .._..._._... 131

PE------------------$8 I 18 1'8 R. M. Rhllin6 ._ ....._..... RO.U Win of NWS A NV4 of BW1. ....17 6'0 HOHO Idi-al American Corporation ... 29. 1Idial Com at NE Cor of J. A. Abbott

FIy W14..f lor NE'. ..h.____$84 I 18 Yn E. P. O.k., __ ......_..._.._ 11.0. Lot I ___ .-__-..___.._.-_____._._! 1'0 American. Corporation ... 1.5 8 reairirnee lot and run E 76 ft,
( + (:...... 10 W nl 4P"NE- Cor for N't of Lot 9 exA In SE Cor.NES .18 6 SOso 9F.mu.l W. Brawn ____.... ..011 8 240 ft. W 76 Ity.N 24t.! to
v yd.N.:' It II '70 : of NES _._____.__.__.__..SO.SO 6 40 Ideal American Corporation ... 6.48 be* In SES of .-.- I 7 10 Margaret Lewla. .. ...... '.14<

+' f NF'of W ..N 70 run yds. E 86 W'(, of NWS!. ______.___._______ 6 sot 80SOO Odom" Purvla -. __......_ 17.04E' 8 of BE'4 SSWI .16 'III 10 Unknown .. .. ...._..___ _... 2.27
.01. 81 yde
,yds. to ttn _.__ _ .__.__._...___ II II n Lonnie Aumm.n ...__.._._____ ...11F. of 8EV A NH of NWVi IM OIA A 6 --11 T8WS ) 120' C. N. Shaw .. ...._..._._, !l.1I

.... ..r IIW'.I ..r I'IW\' ._..____.. I \I :0 Wm. Pries __._..._____._._.__ 642 t: SWH of NW"HH % - .-------- _21 (.t SO Ideal American Corporation ..42.28 of NEVi A !SEVi' ;. of NW

's A In I'IW'4' known of FES of NWS ___.._.__. .21 1'0 20 Unknown .. .. -_....._. S.'4 S ANE'of8W'/eANWIy 1'
Ahem Old Wmndtrer 11 Mill 81u ._ ..a.___ I 4 18 II W..... P-- __ __.__.____. 140IIW'4 RWS of fl.:'. .. .-__ _______ ___-._ .6 20 40. Mm Charlotte. CofTm .. ..... '.11 of $F'.4...-.--.-._ .-.2 T > IdrI< Unknown .. .. .....____ 10.11)
' of A NW'\ .I 8P14-Ii II 14 M (Moon T... __ --.".--".-- 11 118 LoU I* 19 A SO of Illk S3 In NES ofNW'.rE1YAofNW'p !
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II NW NF.4 Cnr 0f NE'4 .r frihn town -- _.29 I to Mr. Bell S. Mead .. _._.. U. of NWS .21' SO 62 Unknown .. __ ._._-.w. I.

F141n: _ __ _ __ __ __._.. .R-.1/ 6 11 I EIIR Hurroush- _. .______...__ 1.41 I IotlWftNA 86y1nOftR .. F'y of 1If:'4 of SES .;-.39 T 20 20' R. C. Groover .. ..___.__..s ..
flE'1 "r SEt4 or NEIl' 4ft F.lyof A W In NE Cur of A. C. L. ... \\1.' of NWVt\ of SWS SWVi
r ....... .. 1.11 Ry A Public road I 24 1 30 R C. Groover .. .. .
N1t: nr IIF-'" .6 S 81.4 A .. .17 8" 27 n.rt" I'rlce -- - : crossing inJuhiiMtown of SWS -.- di,1| ..... ... f gj
' t6 of NF.nr NR'4 A NW'.Ir i __-.--. -------- _-22 t 20 F. A. Maltley .. _.- 8.17 gum at NW Cor of Bra SI A
"r A N'4 .r 8W'I, 01 I NtV: *< 8WS of NWVi A SW run E 436 ydn, S 440 lido E

r !? A 'N/4R'4 ,. .. __ .____ - __.11 6 n X4 R. w. W'lllutru 12.'. '. A NH of HFS -______.___.22 S 20 440 Idral American Corporation ... 40.46 4.15 ydn to W line of Mllla land
. P'' NF.'i i 1.01. 1 R A 9 of Hlk 28 In John. thence S SKI ,..1.. W 412 yds
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.. 17 II 18 Nn 71"knnwn _. __ _........__.. H.8 N' of NWS ex t A In 8W Cor.WS ..2 1.0 7A P. S. Denmark __ ._____.... H.'. Cor of h oOC!. 26 thence N 80

S,4 .\.r NWII. __ ___14 1 14 .n Nock Wllli.mr -- -_ .._...____ 612N' \ of SWS .._ .____._....._26 6 1,0A John I'. Coffin .. ............ 8.76 chii lo ben -....._______26 7 SO 241)) S. D. Duke Eat _._.. '.' 'UI
or "1'10.: __ _ ..u 4 14 8'1' Henry Works -_ _._.__...._.. 12.08 N''i of NF.'.. -?_____.._?_?_._.2727 6 to 80 Unknown __ 12.04 Sty -if NKH NH of SES' A
NF.4 "r N1':4: -..- _. ..21 II 18 1" Unknown __ _. _____.___._... '7.07 S', of NE% A NH of SES _..- 1 20 160 Heal American Cottentlon7A SWS of REVi. -.56S'WVj 7 to :.ooUD 1D: Dukea Eat .. .__.. 28.11

F.:' for Wfor 'lF." ', _______ __ _24 II n trI EII..n hunt . ..--.-.----- 8.11 Ltrl.a Andrew -..'... 29.78 of NCS A NH of NWS __20V'i .) 4 SI i \\iii... Ann W. Sapp _.._ 2t.lt
N'''. nr IIW'. A II'. or NW'4 WIlt A R'4 of 5F.'.' .---__._.___17 ( SOB Inn Ideal American Corporation.. 72.90 of SWS -.-*lMWS 11 80S4D Mra. Ann W. Sapp ..____, \U.

.' fF.4 _ .. __._of/ 113 1'il_ W. 0 W."' .. ____.._____ II" E' of NES A SWV of NES of NES; A EH of NW'4

' t lot I or N"- of NW'-- -.. -_-__.__-AO I II 88 Gro. WIIII.m. __ .. ._...._.. 1.111"W'4 i EH of BWS A RES _,, 28 1 10 360 Ideal American Corporation ... 7B.41 A NE44ofSWl4rwyyofSEVi

nNWI; . ___.._ __ I I II /0 Unknown -- .. .._..._._.... 7.10 Lot 21) of Hlk 1 In F. N. Andrew -.--.--- -.- -------- _27 21 1\01"\ Ann W. Sapp .'.!:
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' 58:14: for NW' ; A 8W'4 P, ee lint l10 Add to lake Butler .___._?_.._11 SOB F. H Cuon .. 1.17 !NH of NES; of SES ---.----.---27NWS II 2" Mm Mary __ 42-

1 r. .. I/ Ihnl "rt\on\ "r NW 4 lad l 1/11/( at Illk 8 In F. N. Andrew of SWS .' -.- sl 4 tlSI 40Bllil) C. T. Gordon .. ...._._. 1169

I' 'j; for PIr'k o N or ",--26 A .___111 I It 226 MoC.U D...... A Co--.._.... 40.21 Add In Lake Butler _?__._?_....Sf.lit SOB Unknown .. .. _.__...- 1.11 NH A ESE.; A SES ::::81NWS 1 Unknown.- .. _.....__._ _- 6181ll

1 N16 or NF.II, 1.... IIY rlllht "r ".r.2 II II H O. O. I.-Ir _-_.._.. 981 44 of Rlk 4 In F. N. Andrawi o -.. ----.--.--32 I tl 4U J. E. Thornton .. ........ '.

+ RRI: hr NP'II! _._ ._ ___ I It 49 f A. I'.well .. .._._....... 1.07 Add In Laka Butler -___________tf SO Unknown -. .. .............. 1.17 NWS of S9-------- ------7 I SISt 40 I. W. Mann Jr. ...___. ... 1083:!
S IIF.I t, or IIWI, .. 8W'4- -nl -IIF.-'" __..f6 19NW'y 80 L. M. Stokes -- .....__....._. 12.81 lot I 40. of Illk 1n F. N. Andrew.Add WH of NEVi' _., :::- :::::::::::U 1 80 W. M. Redding 1/9/

r /* M of NWI4 e6 A In SW In I-ake Butler -.___...._._.29 1.0 Guy V. Phillip. .. -. _... 1.17 I \ In SB Cor ot NS ot SW'S

('or _,.__ .IO...,.I . .... II on Bank Itr 0..k. Bullet _...._.. UO Lot 89 of tllk 4 in F. N. Andrew of NWS ."__ :. ._. __ __17 S St 1 D. G. Roberta. _. ..__.___ ....1C..on

I Itr IIWII, et IIW'4 ___ __,_.14 1 I' 2" G. C. f rlll.... .._. ....._... 1.11. Add In Lake Butler _._____.-...29 B SOB Unknown ,- .. .............. 1.17 ; .t NW Cor of NEVi of S
, .0 A. H. .I.te..r .. .. .__ .... 11.02 Lou 46 A4 ...filk 6 In F. N.
PWFtaV, .r sr"-----: ... . .. _. .211 6 19 __ ES' A run 8 604 ft. to a pt
j' of IIW% _.. .... ..... .-_ 81 I II 40 Unknown __ _. .._..______. 7.10 Andr.... Add to lake llutler _...It SOB Unknown .. .. -. 1.18 of .beg thence E 210 It, 8 90
NW4 I.r IIW'. ___._-_._____ ..___It 6 11 10 L. O. Johnson ....__......_.. '..11NP Lot 4H ..\ilk' In F. N. Andrew ftW ffift.FJlftW 86 ft.

:% "r 111':':, 4ft MLy .r 8EI4 Add in Lake Butler _________....11 ItB F, R Coon .. __.___... 1.17 N 82 ft to .belt. _._.....___"_".II B tl S. W. Tillu. -
1 of IIPI': __ .____ _.____..n.U II It 110 R. H. Thom.. .. _.__._..... '..111IU Lot 41 of Blk 8 In F. N. And...... Com .t NE Coy of NES' of SW

," .r BRt4 nr RP.ti .. _.:_ _...20 II I' 20 G. W. Thom.. __'__.._...._. .10 Add In Laka Butler ..._____._...!. SOB Unknown .. .. -.....M..... 1.17 S A run 8 ehna, A; B ft toRy
b WIG or RF't,2: \ / II 11 All F.m1.1. Lumber Co. .. _.__.1..111 Lot 64 of Hlk 6 In F. N. Andrewa Hunt of w.,. thence. W

IIWI Or "W', ..r NW''o . .. -,413 4 19 10 W. P. Chovou.0 -. ......_._... '7.70 Add In Ijike Butlar .______.._...11 StB Unknown ., .. -......... 1.17 .10.." right. of way 14 ..h.... 2<

NW'. nr NW'-I ___ __ __ .___ _?._.311 II I. .., Unknown -- .- -.,...-....- ,.,p Lt.t. SO 22 A 24 of Blk 8 In ft. to a Itt of ...... then N

NEt4 or NW'I .. ._ .. ._:: ._..83 4 I' .0 G. W. S. Wan .............. '..10t..l. Epneraon1. Add to Lak. Butler S diirreea.. E 210 ft. W 210 ft,

r E A II In Fon.p,.'. Surv.1. --..__-..__.?_._?______?__29 SO Sallla Hamilton .. ........... ". variation 82 degrees S. thenca
Unknown .. .. . ... Corn 70 ,d. E of line dividing
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Itl Worlhln..t.n Rprin.s ...__?-81 4 It -- - S 210 ft to Ry right of war
Lest 8 In Rns.7'. RnrvSY orWorthln..n Lola H A IS on N aide of Lib. 1'1 thence E on right of way to

1I.rln. __._______.88 II S. P. Tomlln.on .._._.... !.!{ arty Street. A run E 420 ft. N beg-i A in NES of SWS.. ,___16 I It 1 W. L. Johni .. .............. ll.W
I...... 10 A II nr flak 1 In J. i 420 ft, W 420 ft, to bee In 8 Com at NE Cor of land sold. E.

W. I'.ltnn' Survey or Worth. H of Lot 12 .--..___...______80 I Stf Pond. Willi..... .. -. 80.88 kite Aroe N108 ft. W 106

In..tnn IInrln" .___...____....___?___-___ M. A. Dln.l.r _. _"-'_.'_'. 461 Cum on' line divldnir. LoU It A; ft, thence 8 slung line 108 ft

Lot I "r IIIk E In I. W. r.u..n' 12 on N aide of Liberty St A E 10S ft to..be. __ __.__ _.__?_16EH II 21 O C. Sapp .. ......_..... SM

lIu.....' of Wnrthl""lnn 1I'.rln..._..___..._ R. E!:. L. Ouk. .. _"__.__._. 9,1 1Lt. run E 70 yd.. N 70 ,.d.. W 1 of SWS' _::___..?_...__211. ttIt 8"" W. S. Nobles .. .......__.. 11J

... I r I nl fib 8 In J. W. TO yd. 8 70 ,d. to bee ___.....10 St 1 Ponds A Willi..... .. ..._. 1.4 SH of NWS _:: :.._-___._______._20 1 8'1' Unknown. .. ......._.___ 1lP
Cum at l>t SAO ft N of NE!:
l'nltor Survry or Wor.hlnllLnn N 1.8 of NWVi of NEVi-18 1-1
I M. L. A M. A. Allan .__.._. 1.21 Cor of WnIt A tickle: Etta Arun I A, al.o com at NE Cor of N

' 1.SprinofnItlk 8 In; J:.wr.l-----; ; N E Ion ft. B I Eof NWS A run W 182 .
M. A. A M. L. Alien UO 224 ft. W 100 ft to heit In M.*
Rorv.v h ----'_'_'_'_ --- --- ..do. 8 146 2-8 yda. E 132 yda.
Lot of nrkn In J Pottnn': Kinncy. II...... to Lobe But. N 146 2-3 yda to bc -4 A_____ttNH I It .
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> Unknown __._._._ 1.17 ler .. --_____..._______._____._80 I SOR
Survey "r Wor.hln"t..n Anrtng.1 ..____.-.._? -- -- --- fCur V. Phillip. .. .......... It.88 of 8 211 of NWS of NE
yet I nr IIIk I In .1. W. I'nLlnn' dim at Spt 91)) ft Eof SE Cor I Iv-19 1.8 A. also com 146 2-3

0 Survry of Wnrihingtnn Snrlnn. A. C. Conner .- ___m.____. 1.20 of Main A Pekle 8U A run NE NES' of
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I Too B A A of tUk R 6' J. W. ft. 186 ft run vd.. S 146
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I'.n' Purvey or Wnrthltllrton1I.ln. on Main 2-3 yda, E 182 ydx, N 146 2-8

... . __ ..___ ___ ____._______.__ M. A. Ih'nsMt _. ...____...._ .87t.n' Ht III ft to .ben In McKlnney'a yda. to .be.It-4 A ___.__..___.._.20 8 Il 17 W. E. Y.rborriught. .._ .

J I nr HIk II In I W. Pot.ten' .- Com Itaiorve at NW to L.k.Cor of Valor lot _16__ of. ..80 SO Unknown .. .. ..-..- 1R 64 N'' 4 of ru;', of NEVi __._________26NWS 6 tl- 30 W. J. Stalllnn' __ __ .____-_ 961tn> 11) !s

Aurvry nr Worthn"ton of _.______._... ___ 288S 6 21 !
NEW 40-) C.
C. .
Cowart ...... %
.r ___._.n__ Unknnwn .- .. ......-.-..... 1./7 Illk 8 A run K 20 ft to a Pt of NES\ of NWVi' A 1 A !In ..--_.. I.
lot. M1 n"i'w; ;; nr IN'|', thiince 8 HO ft. W 20 SE Cur of NWS' of NWS ____26WS 6 tltl I
1- ft. 8 BK ft. E 70 ft N 43 ft \ IIiii.\ ... Ann W. Sapp .. ._. .. ej
I'.n' Murvvy or Worthln"ton of _.________.._ ____28 6 -
SWS ')
40 Mra.
W 2R ft ? L. L. Sapp .. ........ ..
III"It..W"tt 1.11'I fi'S
Anrlnt's .. ... ... Themes r Iamb .. .......-.. !.d q All NH of SWVi S of branch
--- -
Tot. 1 E 0 'n.ri.k I to i--rw:; 1 (_.,,to,,I leg 20 ft In E l.ake of NW Butler I Cor.-of-__Lot. ___10 1 It Rank nf Laka Butler -'T A SE', of SWS\ .____.___ ______27KS 1 21 8il W. R. McRlnney .. ...._.... 1114 'I
.It..n'. Rnrver "r Wnrthl"'nn .. ..
N of NWS . ..... J4 6 ti
M. L. A M. A. Allah .. to.1t IX of Hlk B runI ftl ft : -- --- .il W. B. McKinney .. __..__.._. 889 .',
ApPlowo .. -- -- '
-- -- ------ ---- -----" --' tor'SE'4: ....... .. ........3. I 21
W I 40
N61 :ft. of Iot7rn117ot6 20 ft. 8 40 ft. K: 20 ft. M RW. - T. J. Moore .. _.__._____.. 1182
III ft. E 28 ft, N 90 ft. W .. of SWS _._f-___?____.___38 521 4'') E. f:. flreen .. ._ _...... bon I
,
of IIIk 111 In J. W. Potlunoi
of ____.____... .
!\\oil.. M. L. Allen IIH ft to lu'B In Lake llutler ....'0 6 10 NWS NWS ----- 1 SI 4'11' E. W. Green .....__ ,._. '.
,i Sony of Worihlnsh'n' Aprinw. ....--..._ ..1 Dr. 1. P. Tonilinaon ......... 182/ 1Iof\ SWS _U d t1 .141'i
'
A26ftu/Lot7A i Nftnf ---.f Cum at SW Cor of Hlk 7 A; N---------------- 139 A II. Alvarez -- -..-..... - 1M ;'i
SW
1 run N nl ft to a pt of beg ,4 of I '
lot to It all Tot II nr IlIk 10 S of NWS A of _.__10NWS 8 eiti 'J
thenre E 60 ft. N 26 ft W 60 NH SWS I iTO RntMYta A Abernathy ._ ___ 4t '4 i'
In J. W. I'nt'II". nr ?
I'j vny MI. M. A. Altun ...... __ ft. 8 26 ft lo 1 belt In Lak. of SWS ___............_1BNWS 1 40) H. I>. Kelly _. _.._......._. 681
Wn.I".lnn, 1I.ln., .__ ___._._...__. ._. .01 '
\ of SES __,___.. _,___.17WH ,
d 21
Holler .. ._________._.___.80 I 10 ? ? 40 I.em Brown _ .... .._.._
- 6B
lot to N II rt "f Dlk 10 In .. .
.a 8 sill ft of lot 4d A 8 HO ft Mr Onle PonatO _. ...__..__. 120)) of NES .._._..___-.___-___.22 I 21 M... Sarah B. ? ? If<
Strickland .__.. 16 M
J. I'altrn.
W.
fI"'r or Worth.
.t. : luuton Airbus' ... ._.. M. A. A M. L. Allen ---...__ 291Iot.95 / of lot9 of Rlk ID In Lake E\' of NH of NES\ of NWS ____228H 8 21 HOr R. D. Eon, .. __ .....?.. 2W' I,'..
--- -- -- of Lot 1 In _.__
2 A NW Cor 26
6 tl
Illlller . _._.__ ex is Dr. E. T. .
__SO(
_.
\ $ A aoffllkliinJW --- -- ---- ( SO Campbell _.. 111
Lot 66 of Hlk 22 In Lake Mm Onia Pona .. .._..._._. !50. A In NW Cor of SH ..f lot 1._26 B 21 2 P. B. y

'+ I ,. I'.Unn' Purvey of W..rth.. A. C. blot 24 In Lake llutler .Biltlor.RO.. ...80 i 10 Mra\ Onla 1'..... .. ._..._. Sty> of SW'S A SWS of SES: ._20 8 21 12il D. N. Bryant Warren. _._.?._......_._____ .8': },
Conner . e SOR 22
Inutnn Aorho. .. 6T '-' 1
. .... Mm .,
-- - Onla Pone .
.
\v -- .Lot III of Hlk 8 in MrKlnney'a ___. WH or NWV ,_.__ __.___.____..12NWS 6 21 NU D. B. Warren
j. .. ..........._.
1 Tat 6 0f 111k 2M1 In Paun'aPurvrr 14114
J Arid lo Lake Butler _. __ .. \ of SWS. _,_..__________.__34 St 41)') T. B
A. C. Connor .80 SOB Jenkina .. __.__. _
or Wo..M.'nn RnMnw------------- -. _____...______ 111 -- -- Unknown _. ._ ..___ ... 11.25
_. _
. .. loU __ __
J..". 8 A 4 of 111k 4 McKln.ney'a 2R8 1 A 2 or fr.aNE'4 ? __31 8.1 100' Fla. Land. Investment 6r\
.__.
into 8 Co. "tI'
A I fir IIIk 211 In J. W.
, ] N 26 A of Lot I __...._._______..88SES A 21 '
Add ...._.____ I'll France,
I I'nltnn'. Pnrm. "r Wnrthln.tnn -------- 80 20 D. McCarry .. ..._... 4 Hi')
j y ia Unknown .. ._ ..........._.._ 4SC' of NWS' of SES .. ._ R 'I 21
,. ", __...,..__._._..._...._.. R. M. Chomlwrltdn. .. _?__.n L R1 'olA9ufHIkltllnfl.L. N.t: of NWS of SE444 8 :ISO M. B. Rarrle.-...__.. 4 or .
, Newaom1. !
Add .
to Lake 'IotI'rIO '
Lot 4 r a otrln ur lend E or 6 Mra. V. O Scarborough ._......!U Wt of of .. '
6SWS 7
Illk NW'4 SES 21
.I Tot 4 In Ito rlllht nl In 8 In I). E. KnlKhfa Add to y ------ 20 Mm. Mary C. Thoma. _. 811

Ilik 21 .1. W., l'II.t..n' way Luke Butler ...-._.. .____._..80 1 to A WH of SES' __?__.?4. 8 1 21II 240 Unknown .. ..........._eo... 4.191:
Murray I.... )2 A 13 In T. .:. IhklmIHI Unknown __ __ ..........._.. Ill KWH of NEV1 ..__.._._..__._.0 1 411' Unknown ?
I "r W'nrUAnyhn C'Connor ... I.RO .. ......__..._. 627
-- -- ----- --- _
of __ __ ___ __
prl"'wF'A. Add to LakeB utter .._01 St NWV NW'4 __ fNES 1 21 40sr, Unknown
I Iett of 111k 89 In ---- f Joa HIII Wlll.me,9/ .. .. ..__..___-,.... 7.71
tun'. ; N 1,8 of EH "f lot1A WH O of NEK, I In. 3 A in SWCor

j PhAprlnyPRs, Survey.- Wrthinttnn- - -- -_._ ._________.__ n. r.. AE.A. I'O'I";: ..._?__ 4111 of Lot 1 In T. E. Deklea 2nd All SWS.\-. .of- _ .A? .! __ __10 7 21 J. G. Wynn .. ___...__._..._ I"

IG ::.__ .__'_ .., ___..R8 II ,4 00 M. R. Hayes 0.U Add to Lake Duller ,_-_ ,_, i'.i.i11 i 10 Unknown .. .._...___.___ 1: N NES. ; NWVi of
00 I.nmh-io.------h- Ul, II N of Ry In T. E. 98{ SES of lly .----_____,_....14NH 1 tl 40. Oliver Slaile
S2'4 1. NF.V FOtnltw .. .... ___ _
of AE4 ... 2 T 10 1a 1 ._. 6 W
d t.nr; rNF.1' -, . . .. ... .H.. I in J. N..lhllh..k Fat :::::::::: 7.10 lnd! Add to Lake llutler .. ____81 I St Rattle WllliamaMra _. _ _. .110 of of SES of. NES .._of____.__-._16NWS 1.1 20 W. Co Taylor __ ..__._.._._. 4.07IS '
IIF.'o; ; :: ; : 4 A In SW ('or of of Lot NWS A EH SWH16E' 7 Sttl Ul)
/0 NH 4 31 I 10 Unknown
> .
_
I NWt4 Unknown ___.. _._ C. ...._ .. 4'
-'- 1' A. Knight -
I -- .h HelraW. _____ .110 of NWS of ____ ?
y/Il, F.'t or NR' .r NF. I',; :.::.14 T 1.. 2" A. 0. Gowen '- u._ .....__ .. ...0yIl 4 Cum. at NF. Cot of NWS .of Si' ,, of 8WS\ of SWS NES' _.-____?__--18.. 1 7 20 Unknown __ .. .....,,___ 407
NF1: ; or NJl:1: - .. _1. l' I' 4n M... C. II ]11"11'' A .dft ref NES A run W HI) ft to a pt -- 17SES 21tl ao'1 Unknown _. .. ....._ _... 407
--- - of / : A :
,kl Lot { A II"r tot II A AR'4 of bog. thence W I2H ft. 1 173 NES: A NES NE" of NFS SWV\ of SE.11 1 8. Unknown ._ .. __.._._,.._.__ 914Che
_. __ 1".0 . n. E RM H, 8 to Ry Hunt of ', A NHof
____1& .. .rl.o..tlr.n !2.11W' n ,
"t' TdralAA II. E: 70 ft. N . SES A 8 A In NE Cor of
to leg 81 5 StB
7 '#,' N of of IIWII NFSi; A 111'-:' 01; wv.--20 I II 401 .. .. fmmtrMlon AA I Cum. .t NW Cor of SH of Lot R. Kane, __ .._. ___.__ .__. 9P{ SWS ul SES A SES of S

"; I., H..... 81, A run S 210 ft ES ex 2 A in SW Cur ___.__..It 7 !I 8a8 .
'q __ .00 _
.. . _..__.21 1 I"AI An..rl ..n ('nr""r.li"n ., 08 leyChuoley FII.or 8'I.j
y, N'V.'l'4I1--- A Ply _.1A 1 1M1 UO 1oI..nl An.'rl.nn Cor.nm'lnn, liORw. K: 816 rt, 8 Hit ft to a ditch. NH WH! of of NES SWS' A--_--.---of...--?_?20 7 2L 80,' Fo... .-.__ ._.___...___ 14 M
'y NoN,; r of PWU, MA' 1.1 -- Knaterly; alomr old ditch IU SES NEo.
NWV4 AWt4 ..4/ 4 20 < Am.rle.n ('orrn..Llnn 113 80.III y
A
., : 91. thence. North Eiwterly *fii> NWS of SWH\ A SEVi of
NWt4 of MWV
V Nty ft t SW ..... .. .. .5
s
to Ky right of way, thenca --- -- -.--- -._tl 7 tl SIMmo"
__ 2Mt tdPAI E D .
n PWVNFof'4PWAVNW:: ; ___ .. 1 t 0 Am.rle.n 'nrr"mUnn -- .3.' 'NW Abernathy E 0. A Cbaa
.. door sad right of way
Mill.
.r NRt.AWILASW'ofsF14AF' .
r. 22 It
t lilt: ft,, thence W 77H ft. to beg. SWIoo of SES A EH of SES. ._21 7 21 U., 'E. D ..
; Abernathy *
Eat 4
live 1 A wild to C. H Davia. ___.81 20 SES of !8WS' A WH of SB!: -
r W of : ,. . . .84 / 10 620 Tdral "m..rl.n 'nr""mtlnn A7.18 Jan Marahall .. ......______
; I'v,. ; ; Lola' t) HI A II In Townaend. Add 9 0 q Vi A NES\ of SEts .22 7 21
All .xrrpt of 8F14: -1 1 tl' 5n0 Idol Amerl..n C."mUnn __ 90 ft" WH of KWS of E. D. Abernathy Eat .. ..__._ 1M.'*
j lot I - .. ...ftl 4 to, 4s Ural Am..t..n. to Lake Hulli-r -.1 8 tilIt 3. C. SES .-Z4 7 2120 J. E. Toney . ...... ..0'1'
'q 1 I S All 4'2 Co..m"on _. R 0" 1 A In NF.: Cor of NWV, of Tarvln., .__.__.._...__ AS 0 SH of NWS A WH of NWS -_


ti NRY 110 wty'n; 01 NPi:I'l'tW; : --"NF.V.-ft; of lot / 20 7".1 Am..rlean .r""mUnn 1R801 NU Nil,, :of.... of NES N "NW46$4' A Public\ NH road of. NW'Q-_.._82.88NWS I I 6 20 80tt Mil 1M.Ideal...l R.American L. Broolm Corporation. __...._.._-_-.. 88 1188 A 9 I EH 11.10.of, of SE'A EH

u,. l N t t"F. 4- ..NWi4..jwii't. .Al 1,1..1 American r..II..n S1.r1 EH: of NWS, A SWS of NWS-.84 40 Ideal l American Corporation ... :Con NE'... W of Ry ...__...211 7 tl l
of 130I''O Unknown __.__ Mrs Gertrude Bevlll .._.. 111
1
8U of Lot 8 A all lot 4 . 7 1 tO ........ 186 It NWS of SES+ .2 7 2t )
"r NW1illi/ or - -- Mm Cbariotte 40 E. D. .
9W14 nf III Coffin Abernathy Eat .. .._ II.82
All NES: of SES W of MrKln- .. ".... IN 6$ NES of NWS 2 1 Sl .
,4 III-; io -' -."/ / to Inn ldnl< American. f5tl7entlno. . GO AA NW of : 40 .Chan' M. McKinney .. .. 6P
ney'a Branch NES NH of ..
; NWS ;
H
NF.i ; .It 1 tOSO 7 21
A NE!: - -- u SO C. C. Johna : 1211 E. D. =:::
14
I of ,..._ 49 !NKS: 01 NWS __.______86 Abernathy Eat _., 1801
: t' I A % std lot.. I 1r 2 ".AI 10 641 bd, "mp.lonn Cot7w4nNnny 111 A1 l.NKwn/T of SWS Hlk; B--A- Lota, S- -..--16 / 40 Samuel W. 0----; ......:: RSO o HEV: or NP14: ._- --- .___26 4 7 21 22 44 L. D. Gimea .. ..._._,.._ 6 R*

1 PIy(: of NidI F.' A flF-o .:\\i"-..138 : :: 1"API .. .. .-----....- ::: n811 KSofIlIk49ALota2/// [NWS. of NES:" ..__34 28 40 N.... Rawla .. _. ?.._____ 6.4

i SRI: ;ray..r nr . : . :: : 1 ",n t'nknn.n -. ... .... ...... II 10( A 12 of Hlk; HO A LoU II SH of NEV A SH of NW.... I 40 R. L. Black A Co. ......." -I" '
NW'y "f I'I'I: 1 14 tn"f... Npll. :
M
Mnr..11 ... IIi A
I ..
4 A 8 of Hlk .
W nNFI 4--wt.--; ? Rl. A Lou 1 B1u.A..A. -- -.- .813 la2 Mrs
"r."WII .
6 NW'4' of RRt; re to A In Ii B S 6 7 8 9 10 A II of Hlk Lota 4 or IS A In NE I Carrie B. Starling tt II .,

81!, A Li4 12 of Illk 43 A Iota S of NtS E of Ry .. ._.. 1
I
+ Ef: R t, fnr nNR4 A '\of NWt NIRI4. ;;' NFVi SEI.:: .. I I to 114"" ideal American. Cnratralinn '71111it \ 951697A8o1111k//Matt WH of W. of SW" .-- _. t 6 2 I'1 .Unknown J. M. ._ .. __..____._ 181 ',

i Lot .14 . Rrier, ._ __.__ 1112
Jt of
Illk 46. A loU IIS67A .... 10 I't "" .f
:
.9'4; nr NW' A Sl nl !II ,NWS of 10 Unknown .. .. ...._._ S68
WI. A NW'. .r IIWO 4ft lW H of Blk 40. A LoU 1 1 t A; 4 NWS _._.12 I 40' W. '
; A frae LoU 6 A 6 A LoU NWS of NES A NES. of NWS--U 6 I L. Overatreet ..._ 641
V u
1 W'v 1 ooffRR v. -III'F.i.iliii: ? I 1 It n2G ideal 'm..nn. Cnnnntktn M1O.ql 1 7 R W 10 II A IS of Hlk 17.A Mall F..o. of SES of SW 4e U 6 80 Mn. Carrie B. Starling-- __ too)
p: n' ; ----
: / I 10
"NES of I li o. J. Arnold .. ......._. ,
of ,, Blka 66 A 68 In New River..24 6 NES A WH of EH 15
of NEI. 110 Emit: Mitchell .. _. ..__..... of "
SWS
12"1
%% '1tN"lI'N :; 116 A of SWS of NWS .__24 4 StSt 18 of Nt.. A SES.. of t
-- P. M.
S8'1 00..1 A 2A P'O TIr.1, Padgett .
_
smerlr.n __
CnrnnnHnn ".n4 of .._ lIT NWY,. ,
WH of
8ES _
y v "W'.f' rat M"Wt' ,, orw" I 11.0 .n A rOo Smith ?'--'" "_'__' 00 7.1" rarlnN SE S of NES- _;.; at- "-SR SO Jna. .|ih Sterncka. .. "__..... Rf or NE4.W. Why of HWI of'J\


t / NW4I Nr, A W NI., nr.r NWttNRI li'wt A ''I3yy-of,; ; -' / 1 f0. 1.ft 1..1..., .n'.tu" "n""A..tlon -- 2"4I branch A run W at 6HII'or fart of Oliver S to W.land R NH SEV4 of .--------1 Ni' 1M Unknown _. _. ___.__..__ :i 41 "
?
A
linen 'lend W to Gulley branch WVi of REV f
1111:1: ". . -.- 00. I to .n 1A.at, Anrriran. rnrnnntlon NE(0(
I .. 790' Non branch to bring SH of NH of SWS
nln I A A Nlv .f lot A .__._ 01 6 III 4nn 4e1 AmeMmtn. branch ,
F. "f NF' A NWV : - It I 1ft 1'n" 14..I m.I..n Cortrtnik.n'o..n ... II! "9o All thence; up raid branch to b7nt..!$ .. t tttt 13 Unknown .. _. .--i..._. A 'y of SW 1
F.' nr NR41 A $WI, orSW'4 201 RIIIt Blka, 4 4 17 1R It SO Zl S fT t "Wt of IS'4W'f SWVi

E'y of SWIM I NW' .I S2 28 A LoU 1224/17 Ito Nr SES A W a
a1Y. .of AIk7a. LoU 14 5E" of SES A Soy
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IIF-'I . A '0
(4 RN'4 of -RR'i. r F.'.. of MF.4 - -- Itt in':I .m.ncCo..m".n;: -.- /1 IIS 8 A 1101 Illk 12.> A Lou S of NE" SES ---?.-...--_. 6 110 ,
. 4 R Lot Unknown .. _. 8144Mm.
of 11".t - f3 III t 10 A 12 of Blk 11 A Lot Woodlswn 6 ._._ II.
1 't NWt4 ;r IIfilWI.1 A It of Blk 14 A LoU S R 10 Lot. Si |In Woodlawn ------1. 10 O J. A.-F.0b _.._._ t (r' If
4 ; . . ,,., ,,10 1 It M Vn4nnwn' . .. . Lot ? I 10 Mm. V. :L 1l,
O
TnteuN',9 o8 1 ,, .... .... .. 1"1NWI. \ A IS of Blk 15. A LoU 1 t 11 In Woodlawn _._Jj I U Taber ___ I I ",
of 10
Plk
Or of NF'I .or F'y: .f 1476/ 1011512 of Bile 18 Lou 6 II 10 U A 12 In Woodlawn 8. M. Churchill .. _.,_....__ I r

,' NWI ftlk N, .I NWt," nl N.All. Lots.18. I all 1 S In 4 New t A 6 River of Blk 10 In..84 1 Unknown .. .. -___.._ .It NH of -SEW w. -1 2 60 Unknown .... ..._,...?. ,8.M \')1

!I1I4! : of nr"F.'IIt1) 0' FRr': '; .. . _.,113.10 8 A IB e"R'n 'Mesh"I..rt o'T SmitL .:::::-::..? 11"F..f New' River. ---..---._.........._JS ttSO Rattle Crow __ of of SH of SEVi of SES N\ It!I
: Ry
: I 8KS of NKVi A NES of BE' ..* t no -- 47
4 S
AWt\"r\ ::: -0 ; D. J. O Green nill ------o-U
; 0f N\'IO' . RIO' Rneh A Of Sennett.-.--- IR1 8KV: of /SES .--- -___. ____.______81 1 Stso 40 A. L. Green :-, '.DA SH of Lot 12 in Woudlawn II-IIu I 26 C. E. Fitah .. ........__. 8:41 ';
S1Vt4 '" ofPWV: .. ._ . ..1" R IR 'n suer, Re.CII11; .....- -,- .. I'" All WH of SWVi of SWVi S of .. ...._._...-. 118:' Lou 86 36 87 A 8D In Wood- 6 z 1 Leonard A. _ .. 1,61 '
wwv4. nr WI.o
I'IW" . ___... Ai IR 1+" II..IIA I.
00 - --- -- - sn mad ..--..____ ._____. ______88 6 II' A. L. lawn . .f1
W'1t..r NF.V .r ,"W"i or lW'-i ..10 I IR r rent n'I'In.m .. : flmen .. ._ . Lot 1 S2 40 M...
... .. WH of .07 89 In 1.06
A A. .
----- 114 BWVi NEVi of Lau. Wllaoa _
F4 or : nr nt NW", t -- : PW44,1/ so 120 R. H. Green : ..: won ._ 6
: to II to vvev ; : : 10
:
Lot .
Rl--------------- _.
SW4 A4WL 8S, of 2S18HR8 88/n lj I Shaw
Fu. .of "t nr N1'4.: 10 I eo A "-II.f ..mi. l.ft4NF.I NES A SES of NWS ... --. ...._. 1 10 .. _._._._. 11
.. .. Lot Unknown
" -- 1r 134 A EH of BWiA SWVi of 32 In .. ., .._. ._
} or N"l Of NW1j. - ..14 6 1111 ""I 1 s'nnk McMav.w .. _.._n____ tiE'" --- -- ___--_ __ 7 10 t40 Mrs. Mere B. Thn. Lot in in Wol."n. ------1.- .18 6 10 D G. Wilkenon .. _..___. 1 9
; ....
.
.10
h :rSF.WVtt.o: NFNF'7'of NWIJ fW14 1 It Carry" M. !' /q "4or Ply of SH of'Lota 7 1.-. .._1 T 1 tt 40 T. W. Warn ______:::::::: LoU 10 A 413n/ Woodlawn ___18 1 I 10 Unknown .. ___.._ ,
NH of loU 11 A __ _._ II R2 LOU .. 2 30 8. G. Potter ._ .... __
N9U' "r NWtj A N....." 12 _._____ T T tO 80 K. N Anderson I SE174 . ---. 0 ___ 11
Sly of lot 4 _._..__ _ _- 149an. Et 20 Arthur G-n' __ __.
fir NWlN'\ nr IIW'4 nl N ? ___. T 7 to 40 L. T. IIh.. ____ f ofWaW k Il n I
W4. A Wn. 01 Nt4 of RW'4 ofNIVI NH of lot t : __h_. __._._ T 220 40 A, O. Uowan ? ____ =.= N. or NF.4 4 0lf \ .- .-.--.-Y0. / 2t
? 30
a Sty nnr N9:4: of N'W Com NH of 400 SWIG ft W of of 8W14 E e> K A.. R 7 10 17 O VI. Barilla .. _____-___-_. 4sto II: Aw.r of. N.:" or SE'4 Elk of D B Bro-If _..__._ 18.20
fo' ," IIn. of S NF. BEV4\ .91
1,4 PWIi A of
NW'I 6 U
NW.j
1 of IIW\4 A N'1t or "'WI, ofRW14 Wl) pf 8wS on N aide of Ry or SW" es I A In NEGte.1t / U It C RB.. S", __ ____ .______. 11.1
,, II IIlVtj nf 9W54 nf< III right of way A run N 860 ft. 8W' S of S\\1 A 8V.{ of NW 34 J. .. __.___ .. I
W alto ft. 8 to Ry riirht of way uf ; A NWVi of NW
,
Wl4 A 11\4' % of IIW' or SEr S of
t thence F. .

4ft V. 110'11:1nr A :NI of 111"1 NW\4" A nr N'rio REy ofARI4 ..: pt of be. _on_._ .rUtht....J.of.___way___..to. I T to a W. M Lay .. Lota 3 8W\A -0---------1 I UNES 1Q C -" Spp ___._ 17.4

} Ut 4 of kIB In Ward _ II it IAWty .... __. .
' City 1 .. B 791 Samuel. R. Ward
or PEI. A IIW\4\ of 9NE4 : : i
L ta 7 -___ .8a Lou 1 A 2 l.-------! M..
FV4 nt __ . .. __. .. ._ .1al0l II !"O ,.. 10 A of Blk 1 1 In Weld of Blk .____,; 8anh E. to.dkdt. ___ 1J3uM
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Amrrle.n I All \ .J-
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? '" Elwnnd Rynw .. f. tola 1
. Lot A
. . 1 or.fI k In of M.
) -- - Ward City .. t* for... Ward bilk 18 in Lawtey Raddliui ..
II1Ift or IIF.\4\ of NW14 : -- . ._. ;
-
1 Lot -
LoU I A 4 Hilt 8 /in Ward .q t In Fat Lawtey ,,. -- B. L. Blanahard 1 .
A of A R1" ___ -
flW14 NW14 SW'4..1t I ItI Tint.1 ?- _
Lot
1m.ek.n
.n.n IAn. ACity --- h____ __.__ f tt L. Mil.... ? 88 in Ka t Lawtey"It Mm. M. K. Pat __ '
Lot 47 in Fast Sort Joni 0.MAm.lte
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN :i.IJ .

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>eeeriP".. 8M. '1'. L A. On.. = lases I I 205 f6. N 110 I& E lID ft .
I' ID EM' Laww ---.---- n-. Porker a 468 E D..rnOtl.a 8..T. 0. A. 0._. A. la I r to beg ___...______....__28 'U T. J .AlcIr...." ..___ .." J
.Lot; 011' 8uv div 0' EstLawtey -- -- ---- by Tp Au..., 'B b7 Frail I Lot 4 .Hl't 8 9 It 01 lilt U r

lot 8 m Chw. Farker Street. W by Sanderson lass. In 1. T. a. Co'. add _?_____--l9 122 Iaa lie... ... ._ __.__..___. n..'
ii---u"b"dii--Y---; -- -- -...--...-. 1.83Loo" a N by land 0' N. T. IUtebII 1 II T. J Aldrrmas __ ____ I..' Lou U a. 11 0' lilt 17 ID Ternpie's .

Let 9 In .. J Lot III (Stark. bounded N by I Add .____________ __.___-,41 6 22 N... Fer.nce n..k. _. ____. 890
Green
'ty ---- --------- ------- E..iD .. ...8a Jackson
Otis sub dlv 0' Est ?---- - 86 W by Sand ".on Loot 8 of lilt .1 I. 1. T. a. Co's

Lot J2 m _. lane t! by A. O. Andrea a Jefferson 1 I sub div ______._______...._U 6 tt Julius Butler ._ __ 1.11'
-- -------- J. N. P. WIltrarw __ _
Lawny __..____ U. .
III. A. E
Ott ; ; j-drs ;; Est; by lilt 141; Oria10.1 Lots I A I 0' Sit 11 iD L. 'to a.

lot .Ii .in ---------00.----... Gran Erwin town --_-_______.._?___,8/ I 12 R. 1J..h.. _. .._______ 18.11 (00' sub dlv ....._____. -.. ___._U 6 12 J.mw Byrd __ ___ _.__u_... ..\18 6
1..1. --- --...------ I satlW' 'C..m SU ft f: 0' I\E: Cor .1 lilt of Add ._.. _____ 6 fa
0' NE" of NEVi -. . _. _U I It .0 C. H. C..hu..hiil-- 888tW 0 T..p. .28 Mrs. Eunice E. Canva------
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-- ----- l'nadasy a Hoyt 8la 0" N stdsf All lift In L. T. a. Cog
8 sub
0' NE.... _.Y4 I 2l 10 8. M ,
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'Rof W4bot 8W4a of BEg Chu..h.11 n --'---'- 22140UI 1I.t St, and run N 101 ft.. die _..-__ __-___________-____.48 1 12 h/a. Cox ._ ....__......________ '.00
E 6249 ft. 8 111& ft.. to Hoyt 8t 1..
Nand .6 22 Loa. 4 a I 0' lilt 18 In T.
hmvxlry ----- -- II C. F Ru..rt 4.68pw W &21.It to beg In Sta.k.____" 142 C. H. 1II.ke __ 10.11 add _____. --U 12
a Co' 6
of : -"; ---- -- lI..d/.rd County Rank 9,10Uney.d ;
J"'A 8W4 ---26 6 22 J. : :=::=:= -
'u ; i """ 20 A. Abnbm. 6.614 14.1. 2P It. 81 82 8ft I. 88 a ; ; = ----
ft In SW Cur
I'F.. >'f NWV. 0' SW: W ._.____"IliB 6 tt 10 A. r.ul _. __ __.________ ...80"Eo. 106 square
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86 0' lilt.
,1 NEW' of BW. _____._____U6 I 22 10 Eli. WIilums 8 In R M. DowU..... nl 5W14 0' SWI4 __..________.28 1 12 E. W. D.I."." Ell, _......._. 1.80
of 00 -.---?-- .60 Add to 81a.k. ...__.__.u__..._ C:. 11 Hark. ___ 8.10J.rt A... 10 IE Cot: of SE14 of
N. of NWW NWV ...26r 6 21 .
6"A of ., > T L.
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W Guerry AUNE4e
0' NW'V. 0' NWIa ____.____..Y7tat 6 2! 6K C.: II R..n -- ---.-..-- 268RE'p of a 6 A Lot .rum .t tolE ".;'.. -_____--------29 'U 101... A E. IIn,,,,... ._ _____ '.10
NWIoo 0' FEI4 i. NE /------ ----- ('or of lend formerly uwn.d by lilt 66 In 1ft T. a. (10'. rub dlv.fI S U R. M. Fllerson ._ _n_.._.____ 20.1 {
T. w. Sava, A. run E b E S 22 ft 0' I.... 4 a. N 20 ft 01 1
of .._......._.27 22
SEW 6
's of SWW 20 R. n. G..fn. __ ._........._.. 6.146 Iie 0' lire. 29. thence 8 See I
on Lot "r lilt o 122 'I
I 8 original tnw"28
Nn. D. L. rraDe" If."
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Woodlawn .. _....82 6 22 .
.. 26 In --- 10 Vola S..r.t ...80NW"
.ot line 220 yde. tI...... W to SECor I On. Lot mm .t NE Cur of BII 0
of NEW .-_ 1 21 20 Jkv S. F. WoI".3
aofERWo44NW of land formerly owned by.aid : i
; Jelte Add a run M 210 ft, W
W'II of NEW 4L Saat, then. N b beg laEty I, 1
210 ft, 8110 ft E 210 't to
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EMi of SWW A. W'y{, of. 8EV_... 8 I 122 820 E. E. C.newa __ ..___.__ 87.2' of 8E\06 ______________...1 II 6 c:. \\ Paring Co. ___ X8.7The / I Iw ... ________________11 I 22 lid.... O. L. Francis ___...18.60 7
FF.1 of I Iu"NETOw git 40 Itr R. I' Taylor -...--. 21.82NE4. 8 2'10 A of the follovlne drserdad Iola
01 Swt of-NEw :::::_:. 8 22 10 1'.lIow : Honkl.- o'.S : 8 4 6 a. 9 p' Blk 0 In BlvInr. -
foE'o NE A .?.---.-- 1.1_ of land to-wlt ,- Add. . ._...__.__._.U I II EIIM'r Gn.nn __ __________ n 1.111
J\o W'" I .hog alapl210f18ofNWCur Lot 2 of lilt 42 in L. T. a (b's r
1 .--- _.---.. 6 22 soCO! E E. C'n"a ..O. '
fiZ of NEW A. E 4o2 ? ----?- of NWt4 0' 8E'% a inn 8 71JYlICT: : nub ----------------------i1 I 12 Julia Oo"wl. 1...
of fcM 1 1111.100 .bn.. E 0 81-1011 ehns .
Lou
I 6 7 1 B 0' IIlk C In Hi.3 ..
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oNW\.o of NEW of -- .-____--__-_-._.-.-11 11NWW 4 6 22 22/11; Unkno..n.N.nni V. 'ii--efur; :::: 2070 N 7 1111-100 ohn.. W 8 81.100 p'. Add --___ '-_ -- -.___. 1 II Dr. 1'. D. RIebv .. ay.N
SEVi
NEW : Mrs.
E'; of 1 n0 chns to beg In NW14 0' SEt.,49 1 tJ I Unknoan. .?.-.-.-- ... (hw Lot bounded' 8 by 110".0 AIr7 .
of SE'------------------'<* 6 22 40 1.. A. Evan __ __ __.___ 8.88 All a of 80 rt N a W of Canal .1 W by Nay 81., a N by j

Won of NWW of SWVi ______.__.12 6 22:10: M... N.nnie V. H.ndley ---- .80 parallel IIn. to I.k. is whenthey. ......k..n SL ..___..._. .. ._ .28 112 W. M. IIpl1h.orth ____. 1.2'
E., of EVfe\ of 8WVi of SEll 1 21 10 Unk..o..n' -.-..---- .0..0"8 as a row .f orange t...... Cam 117'!. It E of NE Cur of
NEW of NWW of 8WW A. Strip and them the line b he ft llayt a. Umsdway It,. a. runE
40 ft wide :E.t: name _..14JWW 6 tt 10 J. O. Luke .- ....----..-__ UO B to thr row of orang. : ... I Ito 11'8 f1, N106 f1, W 101 ft.A .

0' SEW of A NEVi NWi" D' NWI-IO I' aRWIA 1116 It to beg ____. ___....P6! It 1". U. n.1e 1.41 slot
of SWW of SEW ___.-_____-- __-IB 8 22 20 Fred F.INlrnbc- :, _- ?-.. 6.17 0' NW1y a. Noy of 8 1 .r IIIk .H In',. T. t Co" -

All NWW of 8WW Wof Rr ___.18 8 2Stl (I Unknown 2.11 W'4" ______-__.___._________80 I n 228 I'. Ie 1117.nt __ .__.____ 1'1... sub div _____________._______1' 6 12 R.n".nd Jackson __ _..___.. '.08 .,
NEW of BWW 0' SE" -. . '* II 22 10 John T0pIin __ .. .___ B.U E 18 I-I I' D' 8114. 0' NE I.e ._..81 .I 12 18 Ard..1 Leonard .. ..____ I.es Illks97814a44inL.T.aCo's. ,

SEW of 8W'4 * SEW ____..____'. 6 ]0 C. L. I'eek -_ __ _____.- 170 2 A root; NE Cur of NFVe ofNWMI i rub die _..... _____.--___..___..28 6 12 A. O. Jenkins. __ ______ .__. . 18.11 ..
P i A on W aide of NWW of SWW\ run W 168 Yd.. 8 70yds. lhte lot ck.lb..d by dad. In
ex N 1 A for church .. --171J e 22 6 Felix GIodWine -. -- ---____ 1408; F: 148 ydr. N a yds to bc-.81 1 la I Handy. II.mor __ _._.__. 110 Newt 16. pave 181. Bradford Co.Neronu .

A nom at NE Cor of NWW J..t I of IIlk 1 In Lincoln Cit,_________.. N." Joiner 2.11 I '_" ... _______.___..28 'r2 R H. Johns ._ _-.___._....___ n.HII
of BWW A run W 1060 ft. Lots 2 8 6 1 0' IIlk I In Lincoln I Cum 72'0 ft E 0' NE Cur 0' Calla

S 450 ft. E 2060 ft. N 460 ft - -- ----- _---'-_. lon.o Mown ..----- 1.11 (.....t Su a. run N rlO ft.F .
to bog __ __ .1'1 I 19St 11 Jeff JAr _. __ ____n______---. 788 Lots t'6 ;, -"i'iii ; 8'j" LAneodn : 52ty 't. S 1111 fl. W 12'% .

Sty <>f SE'" oY NEW"I\ I_-I"l8i 8 20 Julia G".d..lo _..____.__-. 8.16SWt4 city _. ___ _____ _____. ______.___._.. less Clark ? ..__.____._ 2.n ft to beg ____-----_ -' __- -- 6 II 8. Je.hn. .. ___..._
of NEW _?___ _____ __. ___1* 8 22 40 Rn.om 1Mynnld. __ ______. 8'78t4 Lot 8 0' "Ik 1 In Lincoln Clt _.__.___. Mary Joiner -_ 13114F Ioualofltlk5S4nL.T.al'u5 --t I. 1.n.

of NW'4 _.._.______.______.18 1 SS 40 lane. Rcon lda. 8. ___-= 8.71 110 .f lit:... --_______________ 8 U 40 II,. J 'f..nllnaoo _n___. 11.1'0 sub div __ .. __ ____ _1 6 1 R M. Jenkins __ .__._..._._. .;\
_', of SEW _______________..__19 8 22 40 J. B. 1'rke u.u______ 20.8JI NW.... 0' 8.4. cs 10 A In S W'or Lots 1 I 9 a 10 0' Jlk I 0 I nH.Ing's 2.2

Com 210 ft N of SE Cor of _____-_.._____._.._______8& I 22 80 G. C Cos .. _...;________ '.01 Add ___ ____--..____18 4 n M.. Truss.-lwrlmn .. __._._ 6146 ,
SWW of SWW A. run N 210 ft, 146:1t 0' SE44 I ea I A In RECur I' (.. lot 0P1y I E a. W by 108ft .
W 816 ft. 8 210 ft. E815ft. .._ ______.-.----._..____._.. 6" 88 K. I.. CriSis. _._.__._._.___. 9.06NE4e N a. s. 'M.ndr E M J. f'.
to Log _.-___ ?_______________..21 6 I! 2 Mae1Ia Harlr7 .. ____ ___._. 108, \ 0' 14W344 of IIE'4 ___.. ____.114 6 28 10 C. II. M..k. __ _..__.__.__ I.U Rhoden N ... AI,...'. i
Com at NW Car of land ownedl 11'10 .f f'Wlq 01 81\4: ____._.___ 6 II 20 8 A. Carter -- ---.---.- 407SE4 land, a /6 'HlI t --2" I I C. II'arha __.. ......._... t
Elmira Kin, on E aide nf : 0' NW'y ___________--__..86 8 21 .0 Mingle c.tr.. __ ..___.._ 9.7U Lois 1 : 84 t.8.-j 10 3 AIn .
Ry A. run E ., right anflea IIW\4\ 0' NWI4 a. Nlio of BW4485 8 U 210 C. C. Gnaw:; .. _.______._._ 18.78'' l>wln.: Add ._ _19 4 I C. It. Marks __ ...n__.__ 8.10 ,
to Ry to E line of Rte 21. NEII 0' NW'... _______._..______88 8 12 .0 Marion J1in -. ..--.-.--. 9.70 Lots 1 ., Ilk 81 In 1. T. aCos .
thence N on aid See line to SINEII(, a EIfo 0' NEt4 0'NW" I' sub dlv ----.--.---- __. ___2 4 2 John Mack '.01 '"
Center Street in Temple sub ,,,, --_____.___.______--__.._ 8 22 200 W. C. Foskr __ .------.y 11.82 Lou 116 BIk S InDavl.
div thence W on St to Br. Wit of 14W1e _____u.u__.. I 712 110 M. N. G.ltrla ._ _.?_____._ 14.91REV1 i. T-.o.J .--__IB 6 I w. 1. Murd.u.b _____ 1")
thrnce 8 alonK Ry to bet In : o'IIW,," -.------------------ I 'II .0 Uokno..n '.n Lou 11 a Lot.. A A .. .
E'ji of NEW ex such Iota or NP4of8W14eg18AinNW i "pr flit I 10 Jobn Adt ..__..1& 4 t pieces. of land heretofore been Cue: .____.00_.__ .. _.__ ._.____ I 'II n C. 11. Marls __ ._._____.__ 187NE4e Lou 1 18 a. 4 B I.
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......d.'" .* __ ________._H.U 6 n 14 Louie Gup-one ................ 1].78 0' NWt4 _.___.____. __..____ 1 'II 10 8. A. Carter-. .._. __._._ 9.90 I Temples Add -----------------9 6 22 A. 11. Itadney Eat. .- 11.80 {
FrsNE4.ofTtIkSSnf. R1 Wty or 8WI 0' 8WIIo es 2 AIn I Cum .t 1'1.: Cur .r WI 0' NW. ----.r \
E A frae NW'4 of Blk 8 8 Nit Con ...-----?__._.____ 1 7 h It Francis Clark .- -- '.'-r--. '.90 W of SE'4 0' N34 run W "
of R 1E., the whole brine 80 WIi 0' NW44 of 8W" .________ 6 7 21, 20 Unknoan __ __ ._.____._._. .80 I 1110't to a 1 of \ "".n. 4
ft E A. W by 170 ft N A 1 A .q In NE Corr 0' a I A Lot I W 100 f. 8 80 IOU ft v
B In Temple'a rub div _________21 6; 22 8 F. L. TurnerS _._....._.___ '.'18 owned by Andrew .rhao" ex8E N Ally 10 I.. .__._______n2 8 t Ileh.rd n.le __._.? ...
Lot 66 ft on 8 aide of NH (tar of SE'4 of NWI .____. 6 'U 1 A 110 ft wide on W tide of ( .t NW Car of IW\06! 0' NE'a I sub ___. _.___--___.___.U 6 U w. F. IIn..1 _. ..__Un_ 1.80 .tt
814 of Blk 28 of 112E in a run E 7S0 It. S 180 It I Lou1 a. 2 0' Illk 12 in L. T. a. \

Timple'e pub div .. ....-........21 e tt Roe Willi."" .. .....___. 848 W 7S0 ft. N IHO It to be.. '__? I 'U 8 Amle Le .. ....___..___ 811Ett (... sub dlv ___.____._____21 I I Wil 8.n.., n.__.._.... ..R8 ,
E'4, of Blk 1 8 of R t X of NE14 of N314 a. BEl,(, !! 2ou 123a4of IiIMllnT.nIor. I S.
A WU of Blk 1 8 of R 8 of NE4. ___..______._._..______ I 'I 12 80 J.m.. Clark 21.10 Idel _______._..___._.____ ___n__. h. A. Shaver Ce'misny _...._ 11.78 ,4
E A. 8.:'... of Blk 1 N of R 1 A .n N end 0' Wry of NWeof ,i W 81 0' Lau I A. 'I 0' flit

2 E NW'4 of nik 1 8 of NE'4 E of Ry --.---------- 3 'II 1 H..I.t Odom. 1.1 Url"ln.1 Town Throe TIn __ ,___n__.__6i.1 '/
R 2 E A. N>4 of SWW of Kew 2 ehn. 8 0' NW Cor 01 NE LrtoIANofloubalof .
Hlk 1 8 of R 2 E A. NU ..k 0' 8WIoo a run 8 8 ...hn.E I Ilk A In Jon. Add ..__00.1 I I I... J. r. T.mlln.ol/ .. _..__. 8961
of 8W'4of81k18ofR2 10 chits. N 8 ehn. W 10rhns f in NE', of SE44 01 ;
E In Temple'e pub dlv ________22 6 22 17 N. D. Hull .. ..._ ____. 878 to host. ex W I A __00__-._. 8 7 22 2 Mary .lulno.r I.PO tee 1_ % A In NB Cur. and .
2M- A com at NW Cor of Center S ..f'F..N A 814 of NWI4of I."nd. I by line. 8 by
Rt and Starke. A. Lawtey public ; P 'I 12 110 Jam.a Clark __ _._ __00 ____ 7.27 b Illth .1.. In B. ,
road A. run W along said Nry: of NEt,, .,f NEI4 -------'---- 9 7 2s 20 l.rry N.-.m .------.-- 4.07NW41 ..1,'. Add _u_ _ --______.__ 8 2 unknown . n__._'___.. 21.1 .
Bt .00 ft to land of N. D. of NEy4 es 10 A In SE Lou I a I. A814 01 Iota, I o. .
Haraman. thenee N alone ..Id ('or _____- __'.__' ______... 9 'U BO C. H. M..k. _. ______.__. ._ '.19 18 0' IIIk 18 In L. 1' a. (10'. (.
land 280 ft. thence. E 490 ft NW\4\ 0' NW14 .____________?_20 T 112 .0 Perry N..ID _-_ 7.70 Sole32913ISA14oflllt17. .I 122 Jtw 11 'Williams . _n 1101 ,
to .Id road then, 8 aloneald 8W% of RWty __-a--. ________--,10 7 22 .0 M... N F: M.bon. __ __._ !
> road to beg In Temple'. SWt5 or NW1 ____._____________10 7 II .0 I'. J. Griffis __ ______..__.. :
sub diY .. ...._______.........22 t 22 8 Joe Morris .. .........______ I 68 SW %4.!! NEI4" A. 8W34 of 8E14of _. _
7 A In SW Cor of 8EW of N NWI4 -_._.________...-a_ll 7 41 DO V. C Foster -- ..._____..
W14, ___.__ ._____________. .___.22 8 12 7 unknown. .. .......n___. 6 BB N'II of NWW of awl ______.___21 7 21 20 M. (i crifTleJ._00_..-_.. .
wry of SEW of NEW ______..._ZNEW 172 20 M... 8. L. Alvarel _______ 10.82 WW of NWW n_ '--__..__. 7 12 40 Mm. Flluhrth C. Crlffle ...._ |
of NWW of SWVi ________28 8 22 10 Swallow A Hopkins .. ___.___ S 88 All .. _00_ ._.___00______.. ..-_.U 1 22 8.11 I'aul lie... __ ___.____.__.._ :) I.
W It A of NWW of BEW A EM of NEW A. NWW of KEW: ;
N 8 A of WW of SWW 0' A NEW of NWW A. WV, of ] : I,
SEW N of Perk road _..__......24EM 8 22 /SI R. D. Bower ......._____ '.18 SWW of SEW __._._.____.___._28 7 12 4110 I'aul Brwe .. ..... ...._...... <<
of SEW of NWW, A. 8 NWW of NW'4 A. 8% of NWW : !
WW of SFW 0' NWW __.___*' 6 22 80 Fphram Adam Tlaon __._ ...0 A. NEW of BWW _________ __..11 7 4! 160 Mm R. 1). flees ......_..__.. )f
NEW of SEW _-_- _________...._2ISWW & 8 12 40 W. C. Foater" _______ 1.46 Nlil of NFW A.. NEW of NWW_18 7 12 120 K: M Ikea "- _____-_____-__ .
of BWW __________-_..____26 1 2Z 40 Wm. E. Yarborough ________ 118 B'4, of N4NWiI.TNW,8 7 III HO1H Mrs. E B Ileee .. -. .....
NWW of SEW _________________28 6 22 40 L. L. Gelirer .. '._"..__"_00_ 22.PO All NVi ; r '
W,,", of SWW 0' SWW\ A. 8W ol Rr .......__._.....____..__.17 7 II I). W Moore ..._ _____.__.00
of NW of BWW. also eom All .....__.28 7 12 610 I'aul era .. .. .._____..._ ,
1UO yde<< i N of SW Cur of All ,. .__ _______... -..._. .-.14 7 22 (14(1 I'aul It,... .. .. .____.__ : I
NWW of SWW A. run E 147 All. ex WVj ot SW'7 22 MiO Paul II..... .. ,. _________. 1 :,
yda. N 110 '''.. W 147 )4.. NWW of NEW % N'!. of NW..26 1 112 10 Paul llnie .. -- __00._..___. '
8 110 yd* to hog __.___________26WV4 C 22 .8 Theo Tinon .- ....____...... 14 40 4 A In NW Cur of EV4 of AWI4
\ of BWW of NWW A N of NWW ex 1 A for ehurrh __..!4 7 22 8 Jennie fllrknon ._ ._ ______.__ I I ,
\" of NWW of SWV4 eat 8 N", of NEW A. SWW of NEI4a

8 1.8 Aeree .____--_____-______-22 8 12 40 "'011, A Drew ________________ 174 F:\\V of NWW A. NWW of j
NEW of SWW of NWW __________28 S 22 10 8. F. Morgan _. ___________.__ 6614S8AofNW44ofNE'4Sof NWWSWW ______________________.27 7 22 240 Paul now __ __ ._____.____.. .
of NEW A. NVe of NVi o' I

public road _______ . __ .. _u.__2'EVj 6 SSSS PM... Dora Slbley __ _n_._____ 1827 NWW of SEW ___-__-________.28 '122M W. F. Nlchola .. ............. ; 'j
of NE'4 of 8W', of NEW 7I ,'/(, of BWW of NWW, __________28 7 112 20 J. II. Wilson .. .... .....___.
A. 11AInNW Cor of SEW Hegata74210 ft Eof apt I :

of NEW __-.-_____-__.__h_ ____27 6 8 W. M. Bryan __ ..____________ BSD it"li ,* N of SW Cor of NEW
WIi j of NE'4 of SWW of NE'4 -21 8 ss 5 C. E. Murrhee __ ___u______ 460 of NEW, A run E 740 ft. 8 182 tyet. ,. .
Com at N ECo of SEW of NEW Hi W 740 ft. N 182 Vj yda
A run W 8B2 ft, thenceSouth to bur ___..-.____.__._____._._80 7 22 7 J. P. I-eeplee. Agt. ._._...__ ,
Easterly to a Pt 226 ft NVii of fill B In Hampton80. 7 22 Hr. W E. Mlddleton _______.. i iMre ,
W of Bee line on 8 Hide of Lou 7 B 9 10 11 12 18 A. 14 of 1 |
SEW of NEW 41. thence SouthEasterly Illk* 4 In Hampton .- _______-__ 7 22 Heater Jones ........... .
AAO ft to a pt 120 ft SF'. of RF4 __'.-. ... __.. .. .___83 7 22 40 N. r. authen: .. .._._._..?
from sold Sec line, thence R': i NWW\ of SWW __?. .____ ,__-_._.8. 7 22 40 Paul Brua __ _00__.____.__.. ;
120 ft to See line, thenee N \ .:'10 of SWW A WVii of SEW ..._84 7 22 Iflfl N I'. Caiithen _..___..___.- '
on s..... line to ben _________...27 '1 u 12 Jolty A Drew ......__uu__ 49$ I Soy of N 420 ft of NEW of SEW, _,84 7 22 10 t'nknown .. .. ___._______._
4V4 A In SE Cor of NFW of 5F14': of BWW F of Ry A B A In ,
&EW being ,8 A N A S I SW Cor of BWW of 8FW' .-.__,88 7 22 27 It. M_ King. .. ______.__.... I I '
IVu A E A W--------------_27 6 SS II. Theo TIMID .. .....___..__.__ 8.01 8 A com at BW Cue of NW', of .
SFW of NEW ex about 8 A off "'E'lo A run E BIO: ft, N 210 i, '
E Hide A 8 A In NW CorA ft. W 1436 ft. 8 210 ft. to INir __,86 7 22 8 Juno II lliIH. .. ...._u_. ; : |
4 A In SW Cor A. NEW NWW of SEW ex 8 A In SW I|I J
of SEW ex about 4 A In BE Coral ('0. _u ___ __ .... ____-- ....88 7 22 87 B n Wooden' ) .. __u.__.___ \
A In NW Cur A 444A NFW. "f NRW': A. Nit of NWW ,
>n SE Cor .______.__________.__.'.' 6 22 (5 W. M. Bryan .. ._u__._____. 14.BD of NFW *. all EW of NWW ; I
Com lllfl ft W of NF': Car of of NKW W of Ry A NV4 of 8 \
wlIofNWUIof85eofNEI6. WI4 of NFW': ________ .______. I t 22 8'1 J. M lleraer .. ............. | "
run 8 24K ft. W 101) ft, All f'0' NWW of NE', F of i{:
N 24ft ft. E 1110 ft to bog r ,..__,88 e 22 Richard Keynolde .. __._______ 6.80Geneva Ry ," -? ___ ___-_n_ I 6 22 14 R. "'. Cuffnrd .. .........._ ., / ; !
Com 200 ft W of NE Cor of K', of BWW of SEW A WV4 of I I :
Wty of NEW of : SFW of "'SFW __ .. ..- ___.--.... 2 8 12 40 Mrs Clara B. Williams _._.. ,
FW A run B 24 8ft.f1J Biv at W Re line or 14 Mile ,
ft, N 21R ft, E lOll ft to bc-K.28 6 22 Tawne .. __...____ 660Mra. ,'...t on N line of fW., t A. run .
Lot 8 of Blk 1 In Starke __u__..______. Flvenia Morgan .. ___.n 8 76 R 90 degreee. E Ills ft for awaning I -
Lot R of Blk 8 In Starke __00______.________ J. T. Quigley. __._______ 12.88 point Bald Bt being BO : '
W 242.0 ft of Lota 5A7of. ft from center nf Ry tracks l I
lllk 17 In Htarke. ___..._____________. Theo Tleon ._ _________.___._. S6.64 thence R IM ,Mj. d.."....... R: parallel I | :, \: I ,
1 Lot on N Hide of C.II St with Itr DO ft. thenc* N ; :
lUVji ft E A. W by 210 ft Nat <<8'<. d........... E 40 ft, thence HUH'I I : .
110. bounded N by Ji'ffcreon N 844 dfirreee. W 60 ft, thence | :
St.. W by land of Vida V. R Ml Kt\ digre. W 40 f.*.t to pt )
Morgan, 8 by Call St A. E b, of bnr In NW'... of NEW ...._. 2 8 22 R. M. King ._ ...J...___._. I|I :
Blk 11 In .Starke ______nu._____._._ R 8. Johns 14.89Mra. SFW f NWW A WVi of NW | : .
Lot 8 of Blk 26 In Starke ..___._n_ E. W. Burroughs u____ 10.82 ;W ; RWWWM 8 <8< 22 2112 W. C. Foster. u _..._...-._.._ l .
Ely of Lot I A Lota 8 6 A. 7 of NWW A NWI4 nf SW.. I I I .
of Illk 28 In Starke. ______u_______._ Uulgley Lumber A. Supply Co. SI.41Uulgley A RVj of BRW 0' RWW ..n. I <6< 22 140 Melenee Mfg. Co .. ..____ .
Lot 2 of lilt 27 In -:>...k. __._00___..__ Lumber A. Supply l Co. 21.1* fI 1-8 of FHiJ of II"''' of NFV, . I B 22 10 Unknown. .. ........_._ .
Lou C A I> of Blk 24 In J. M WW of NEW of NEV, e> NWWof 1 | l I .
John. Add to Sark.J. L. Warren Eat .____.___._ lilt NFW WW of RWW of I :
Lou 2 4 6 A. free. LoU A A B NEt4aNWt4aNWI4of8W' \ I : '
of Blk 86 in J. M. Johne Add to \ A WVi of RWV. of RWWRV _. 9 8 22 rHO W. C. Foster .. ............. ,
Starke. h__._.___. _..-__. n_-..__.. Carrie A. Georgia Mill. ______ 2178. nf NEW of NWW l. NWW : .
, LoU 2 A 4 of Blk 86 In J. M. of NWW ex B< A In HE Cor r
I Johna Add to Starke ..._......__..__ J. T. Outlier. ...- --.---- 4.88 ASWt4ofNWI4.sSAln :
! Lot 8 A M 20 ft of Lot 6 of KR 'orA .O' 8 Ain NE CorA I
Blk 87 In J. M. Johne Add toStarke A InNW I 1r
_.: __..: --_,_,_- __.__ J. T. Qullfley __.__?_-? 8888 "b'.1 rzOCo i ? p ___-It R 22 110 J. I). Illlthrand ______.J_. .
Lou 1 A. -14- A. S'u of LoU 2 .. NKj of NRW .______u ________..21 8 21 HO C. If Drake ._..__?..
18 Co, N 820 ft nf BWW A E
j of Blk 18 .In L. T. A .4"t
Add to Stark ________._____._________.... Joe Hill William. .. ----.-. 84.28 446 ft of BF.W SWW A. S'4 I .
Lot 4 ex 8 9 ft of Silk 14 In L. of NWW .., SRW ex W 4 A .
:T A Co'e Add to Starke _--_--___________. Dan Born _. ______ ll-l A (RWVi of REW. A N'/ of REWW I '
Lou 8 A 7 of Blfc 27 In L of SEW A BH of NEW .
T A Coe Add tn Starke _-_n____.__..__ P. M Rl*..e ._ ______ '.01 of SFW' ex -A In NE Cor N I,
Lot 7 of Blk 82 in L. T. A Co'eAdd of Rr .. -._ ._t8 ( 22 176 Brooklyn Land Co ____._u .
to Burke ._... __:. Dan Boree __ _______ 1.98 2 A In NW Cor of HWW of N '
Lou 8 A. 4 or Wok- ol Blk- *- WI4 _. ... .._.._.. ...e....____18 S 22 2Wbo... Gale .. ___..:..1-....,..
In A. Co'saub N', nf NWV, A WV4 I
Livingston div ....., ..Truby.. M ...._________.._. Roe Cox .. .----------- I.20 A NWV, of Itt-:-__-__-- -_.11 14 22 ROO R W D Clarion .- ___........ : ,
81k 86 In Livingston. Truby A RWW A. NW 14 of BEWIxit __.:__.18 A 22 Ito C. Foater -.-.- ---.-. Ol
Co a sub dlv .........__._.___u__.____. R. M. Elleraon; .. _.____ 21.27 4 .... _. .______pn_ __ ___. I II 8 Unknown ... : _----.-:-.-- 1 ,
NFV, ,f NFW A F'/4 of SE of
Bike '
br l'l Co'a A 88 sub In div Livingston_._. Tru-___._..__ A. O. Jenklna ____._ .: . __. __22 "It 10 Unknown . ._.________.___-- l .
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S'-j 11S SW 14 of NFW A Lou ----a4:22. 8 22 216 Main Mfg. Co. _._..____.
of Blk Tru-
41 In Llvincaton, ._ .88 40 R. D. Clayton ______.__
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14 br A. Co'e sub dlv _.___.__._.___.._.__ J. J. Aaron. ----- NW'". of NWV --------------2$ 8 22 u .
Lot 2 of Blk In Llvininton ,NWW of SEW .-_ ._ _- ___. __ _.26 8 12 40 Unknown -- ---. ___.......
42 S.88 B. M. h DOWLINO Tax
Julia Goodwine ----- --
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Truhy A Co sub dlv _________.--.. I
Lot 8 of Blk 42 In Livingston ) |
,4.148
Truby A. Coe sub dlv ._._u______.__._ Julius Butler -.------- ,
\ WH nf Blk 43 In Llvininton.Iruby'i \ . Col 10 TOWN TAX NOTICE .
aub dlv .._________ _.______.___ Jeeae Johnson ( ) ------- Notlee h benbr. given that the following! dnerlhed lands will I.* sold at pul.lle .

Blk 44 In Llvln...ton, Truby ACoe A. O. Jenkins ..___.---_.. 40Mm. lit, on lh.. MUST MONDAY IN AITGl1RT IM..H bang the Ind Asp 0' said """, I
.ub div ______________._-___ Starke.. In the County of Bradford. Stan of F tor I".la. or no much thereof aa will hto ,
Lauw1l.: 2 ATru bYa'sfu lIddooBJ:_ 2 In W. M. Murd.ueh ____ ".11 par the amount due. for taxee herein ,.t op po.lu the .._. bwether with the i i.ale oat '
ft .. ...._.___._ and advertlelng.
Lou a 4 & N<.. of Lota 6 A. f of 42.18 1I1L. KITE'
I'lk' A In N J. Joins Add _..__.____.__ Dr. J. P. Tomllneoo ------ .,.. Collertor Town of lIta.k.. '

Late 8 A. 8 of Blk C In N J. __ IS.*"
Jonee Add to Starke ..___u_ __...______._ T. J. Alderman n ----- / .

Lot. 1 2 8 A. 4 of Blk 4 In T....- H. A. Shaver. A. Co. -.--.----. 21 4Mra. KeerripUea Bee. T. R. A. (hear A. : ,
Ple'ii Add to Starke 41.H8Unknown IM7aAlk II Ina T.aCo's.
J1"- In T..... l.'. Add to-Btarke::::.'_ Eunice E. Canova ------- add _ -. -_ _--21 1 ** Mra M.I..... Anderson ... .. .

'..'+". IT of Blk 14 In Temple Add ____ -_____ 136 Lou t A. 8 of F16in L. T. A
I.rkv. _ _ __ ______. ._ _. .__.__. -- u. Co'. sub dlv .. .. .- ____.28 f 21 J. J. Aarona .. .........-__ -

of Blk 2 In Tem vk's Add Green Eat ____ _._.____ 1.>8Mamie Iota 6 A. 41 of ilk C In Jones I :
to Rtarlte 3. -- '_.__.__ .. .._ ..,... Jaraea Add. also. l..it of land bounded Kbr
Lot 0 f nik 85 in ''..k.. Add Marvfck .. 1.8 TVmnle A.. N br land of
Lnto Burke ____ _____ ________ _____ ------- N T Hitch W br Bandereon
< I In ._ ._ __..28 I 22 T J Alderman __ .. < I
8 D A II of., Blk B Mrs T......... Levllon __ ______ UO 1c..M"I'H.. --
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FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1820.
L BRADFORD COUNTY fELECBAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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I, Newn Thomas of Sampson, attended 'day.' lie brought which him two beau- ;|

!:;: "I Bradford Comity Telegraph the entertainment at the ChristianI I I I i tiful guinea pigs he presented I
hit Yeone. The
.. church Saturday night. i ]to daughter young :,
: - -==. Mrs S. Prescott and daughter, Gladys -' lady is very proud of her pet :| y

j ,. i'ubLuhrd H'erkO. I and .at..r.d .. sre of Sampson were shopping here Cecil Moore, of Thtressa was a vis- ce it

q .n t rises m tlrr $t the Ktwt-onV* atStarle. Saturday. Itor to Hampton Saturday.R. and he ave

..". j Florida.E. I Alvin Wandin, of Gainesville, spentthe M. Williams of Jacksonville It .
1)
IT week-end with his parents visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. A. ,I I

t -. S.! MATTHEWS.- Editor and Owner.LAKE .' Chesley Fogg wan a business vial M. Williams this week. j ..

1 tor to Gainesville Tuesday. -
' dead
".W'., 1 l. I JI K. Roberts, of Lake Butler, was a Il \Palm Beach Pants at away
I BUTLER
business visitor here Monday. Sterriberg's.

i H, F, Price and family of Starke,
Lake Butler, July 2.-T. H. Rimes spent part of the week here on busi J. S. Brown, produce broker and
business visitor to Lake Butler SO I asked !lr:: IMS.!
)k i was a IT8 REALLY
ness. shipper of Plant City, was in Starke i suiprfslnt. .
+ f Tuesday morning.J. The farmers busy shipping watermelons 'I . .
{ are the first ff the week, looking after "WOULD YOU smoke one i>ZIit ...
ii I), and Wilbur Rimes, of Miller, and tomatoes business matters and shaking hands l THE MONEY. you saTe. .

were visitors to town Saturday. Andy Sparks, of Mounteocha, was with his many friends. IF I nought a boil"AND
; Miss Mabel Drown of :Miller, was here Tuesday on businessMr BY ASKING. question . .

$ hopping in town Monday. and !Mrs. Autumn Youngbloodand Special prices on all our La- P I FOUND that the maker THEN. te.smiled*
i! .,children of Waldo, attended the .
ds' d Mrs. Lester Roberts returned to dies trimmed and untrimmed t LIKE A regular ear.
Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon, aftera entertainment here Saturday night. fiats Stump's. OF A hair restorer. . .
t pleasant visit with relatives here. James Reynolds was a business visitor AND SAID "No UmokBb.
to Gainesville Saturday WAS BALD as a coot . .
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams left .
Luke littler> people were made to Mrs Love Dinkinn and .children of I'LL SMOKE my ov'"t
feel Had Monday when news reached Wednesday morning for Alexandria, SO I passed that up. . .
Clearwater her brother A
{ Mrs. had died visited Va., in response to a telegram an. .
them that Henry Taylor AND I got wise.
)1' at her home after a long sickness) McKinney Saturday. Waldo nouncing the serious! Illness of Mrs.Williams' AND A bird who cam*. . .
Morgan Prevatt t-f was
father. ASKED him then.
AND
Dr. Malnei last Tuesday in I
spent here I . .
Saturday on business. TO BELL oil stock.
'rt Jacksonville.R. Jabe Mills, of Starke, was a visitor The 'limited trains again in WHAT BRAND be *mor &
U. Spearman, of Lakeland] is the here Saturday stop HAD HIS own ca h. . .
starke
of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Schell. when having passengers for . .
truest AND HE showed me.
John Thifrpen of Ziff in townon
was
Ervln Dekle motored to Five Mile business this point or when flagged: : to take.on IN LIBERTY Bonds. . .
Saturday. naasengers. The southbound train arrives . AND THEN fee said. '
Saturday morningMr
Mr. and Mrs Frank Stokes, of . .
here at 2:20 m. and the north.
and Mrs P. M. Padgett and 11. BO I Jacked again.AND .
Gainesville, visited here Sunday. bound 5:51 . "THEY SATISFY."
at p. m.
children the week-end in Gaines
pent . .
Irving. Dyal was a business visitorto I asked a clerk.
ville with relatives. B'GOSH, lie's tight
Waldo AND
k' Saturday. .
Mrs. T. W. Guy of Tarpon Springs, Why pay more when you can . .
Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was in our FOR THE best cigarettes.
buy it for less at Sternbt'rJt's1E.
is the guest of Mrs. I'. M. Padgett town Saturday . .

i.hy .. thin week. If you mien spending the Fourth in I' ANa HE reached around. SURE tb.-J satisfy-Chesterfield
H. Steenberg the local
painter, the
I Mrs W. M. Johnston and charming . body-that reason.
daughter, Willie Mae, left last Monday Starke you will miss an event never was engaged last week in repainting FOR A fancy. box. Body enough to satisfy a ciga
afternoon for a visit with her sis again to be staged.I. the large: country home of O. W. Dyal, i smoker. And yet Chesterfields are

'!" ter in Rome, Ga. Tl[ >y will visit L. Ogden spent Sunday in Hamp- of Graham. Mr. Steenberg is an expert -' AND I knew I was In.: rMd. Impossible? That's it exactly:
Lookout mountain before returning. ton with relatives. painter and completed the work I Chesterfields have accomplished
Oliver Sparks of Louise attended within four d old line the impossible.: They sa.tilluuI
YR.Ien's FOR THE same
lh, K. Roberts is 111 at thin writing at Bible school here Sunday.Mr. yet they're mild.
: his home East and his
in Butler
and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood
!\ and 'Vomen'lIVhite
friends wish him !
many an early recovery -
f { of Waldo, were here Friday. Canvas Slippers at Special Prices -
Mr.'LPm Brown of Sampson
spent
Mrs C. L. Vanics, left Wednesday at Stump's.Little .
Sunday with Mrs. Arthur Brown.
morning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. ,
{ Rev Jrio. Mullady of Hampton willirehch
Henry Varnes and Mr. and Mrs T. A. at the Christian church Sunday Miss Frances Colley, daugh-I / fps
: Carter, after a pleasant visit with terof Mr. and Mrs: ,,J. F. Colley, is
at II o'clock. Everybody invitedto I
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. be very ill with typhoid but everything: I
present.L.
is Rev. S. S. Prortor filled his rl'gularapopintml'nt possible is being done to overcome the V O
G. Hearty, of Gainesville, spent I fi t egfitq
disease and wiah for her
at Baldwin friends
Sunday, going the week-end with his family.HAMPTON many :
I on to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. -- --- -'.- --- n speedy recovery. Ray Colley. who'
and Mrs R. U. Chastain and "s a member of the U. S. Navy came
CIGARETTES
children, Mr. and) Mrs J. R. Chustain Monday from Washington, on accountof
motored to Worthington Sunday. the illness of his sister.\
Hampton, July 2.-Rev. Mullady
C A. Savage of Dukes the '
spent filled his regular; appointment at Mc-
week-end at home with his family. Intonh Christian church Sunday. Col. and Mrs. A. V Long, Miss Ella l

Minn Ethel Jones, who has been attending B. Haynes and wife of Winter Haven Mae Long and Augustine Long motored ,

the normal left Sunday for who have been visiting here the here from Palatka on Wednesday. I I L

jI Jacksonville pant week, returned to their home Col. Long and son returned< t MisM Emma Anderson left Saturday i Monday. name day, but Mrs. Long and Miss
for her home in I-awtey, after several : Ella Mae remained for a visit with
Rev. Burke, of Waldo, filled his appointment -
months of normal work here.. relatives and friend
at the Methodist churchhere
Misses Bertie and Alva Thomas returned -
and
Sunday morning evening.
1, to flrooker Saturday' after Middleton Mrs. John Hull and daughter, :Miss 'i
Dr. W. E. of Starke, wasa
several weeks, here in the Jennie Hull who have the
'i work nor professional visitor to Hampton this spent past Farmer Brown
'';l mal. week two months with Mr. and Mrs N. B.

);:, Mrs I.lge Hall and (daughters: Carrie Thomas Graves of Graham was a Hull left Tuesday for Boston, where
,
r' Jessie and Mrs. Fails and daugh- visitor here Saturday they will visit Mrs. Hull's father.
':f " ter (pent Sunday in White Springs: Miss Armstrong, of Lake Butler They will also visit Niagara: Falls and

'; J. Howard, who has been visiting was a guest of Miss Emma lllckg Friday other points of interest before returning .
relatives at Pukes and Five Mile, is to .their home in El Paso
.I the of his daughter Mrs. J. M Texas. Eleven Mrs. Hull ,
guest Dr. I. II. Hunter and wife, have years ago: .
:i i Mann, this week. been attending to business Jackson and daughter resided in Starke but Will return from the great Democratic
i, i j' Mrs C. A. Savage and children returned villc. since that time have made their homein

j i home Friday from a sevenweeks' El Paso. Their old friends in both Convention San
Mrs.' Ben Smith of Oxford, has been at Franscisco by air-
"i) ,' visit with relatives and friends the guest of Mrs. T. J. burden thisweek. Starke and Lawtey were delighted: to
."" in Atlanta Ga.? and places of interest see them and trust that sometime in

r In Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker, of the future they will again visit here. plane in order to attend the great ,,'

her'Miss home Della last Armstrong week from Lawtey returned, after to day.Brooklyn, attended services here Sun- BROOKER Fourth of July Celebration at 'tarke '

the clone of a successful term of Mrs A, L. Ilowley, of Oxford, and 1.
school Brooker 2. Mr. and Mrs E. 5th
summer July on Monday July 1920.
son, Benjamin, were guests of Mr. and ,
Mr Traxler nnd'sons spent the B. Andreu and Mrs. C. Roberts and
Mrs. A. A. Durden Sunday evening.
week-end with niece Miss Victoria Douglass of
honu'folks returningto ,
Isom Ogden of Graham, was the
their work at High Sun Alachua, attended church here Tuesday
Springs
Come and all.
?S guest of Mr. Saxton Sunday. night. one Bring family and
day.Supt. Raymond I'revatt and mother, of
E. R. Toppell and Miss Her Willie Mae Nabb, of Sampson,
Starke, were visiting in Hampton Sat. lunch baskets and the
and
long, of Starke, motored to Lake Butler urday.J. spent part of last week here with rel. enjoy day,

t Saturday. A. Kirk, of Graham, was transacting at iv.... the
a tI Miss Omie Scarborough; returnee business here Saturday. G. B. Colson was in LaCrosse on see great display and parade.

homo Inst week after a pleasant visit Mr. and ?Mrs. J. 11. Saxon, of Alach- Wednesday,
of several weeks in IJahira, Ga., with Scott Swindel, of Theressa, was a
here Saturday
county were visiting a
d ua
Rev and Mrs }...A. lUwls. visitor here this week.
and Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Rawls, of her Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards, of r- j
Mrs. R. B. Sullivon returned to
Worthington, were guests of Mr. and home here Monday, after a visit with Bradford, attended church here Sun- i

tf' Mrs C. A. Roberts lust week. her son, Albert Sullivan of Thcressa day.Ardell _

{ her Ming home Emma in High Smith Springs has returned, after to a home Rev.here J. from Mullady South returned Florida to Satur-his Gainesville Crosbywas Thursday. a visitor to DeWitt C. Jonesr:t :

visit with Mrs. Traxli-r. J. L. Surrency and son, H. D., of

_, Jack Colson and charming daughter; Plant City, spent the week-end here,

I I i, Miiis Jessie Mac, visited friends and returning: Sunday. I

t i relatives Sunday, Roland Thomas, cf Miller, attended HARDWARE STORE ;
r' 1 Mrs. I Edgar Knight; and little church here Saturday and Sunday.

daughter Clarices, spent several Misses Van Cone and Ozena Melvinof
r days in Greenwood the guest of Mr k- the Pine Hill section, were in our "

and Mrs Hodges. : town Saturday afternoon ii- # ,\

'I ? Miss Mildred Roberts and James Dr. Tribble. of LaCrosse, was in __ .:.i
Knight spent Sunday in Lake City town Wednesday." -- r (.

1 Mrs. Muines Sunday school class ... Dr. Bishop of Alachua, was a professional (chua spent Sunday here. here on a visit with relatives. r e 1,'

k enJoyed( a banket picnic at Worthington :- caller in town Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Barry and children Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, of "

Springs, Thursday, enjoying the yWHENA"0111 IS NERVOUS-\WCKRIO and Mrs J. Forsyth of Ziff, of Bradford, attended church Ziff, passed' through here Sunday en- You Do More Work i.
,,J' bathing: and pleasures of a day's out. are receiving congratulations over a here Sunday. route to the Pine Hill section. You are more ambitious and you get wore .,

ill ing such as Worthington; Springs af Mont women neglect their health son, born June 27th. Dogan Nabb of Sampson, was in Miss Myra Herlong and Mr. Trax enjoyment blood is in out of everything when your ';
+ fords and for this they pay the penalty. Olson Thomas, of Worthington, was ler of Starke held their good condition. Impurities in 'I
]
Will town Monday.Mr. regular club the blood have
Ming Ruby Douglass; of Arch Creek Any woman will find that neglect a visitor here Sunday our meeting here Thursday the a very depressing effect en <
is is the guest< of her cousin, Miss Mona does not pay. A little more attention Miss Tave Andreu and niece, Miss and Mrs. G. B. Coition and son, morning. nervousness system and causing sickness.weakness, laziness 1
k, i AMormun. to health would brighten up her Daisy Lewis, who have been visiting Ressie, were visitors to Starke Sun Reba and Rhoda Brown, of Pine GROVE'S TASTELESS 'i

'r J. S, Howard and daughter, 01 life. If she asks nor neighbors she in South Florida for the past two day afternoon and while there were I Hill, were in town shopping Thursday restores Energy and Vitality:: Chill by Purifying TONIC:

k Dukes motored to Lake llutler Tues finds that 1>1'. l'k'rce's1vorit.3 Prescription months, returned home Thursday guests of Dr and Mrs W. E. Mid morning and Enriching the Blood. When you feel ,i.

day afternoon. benefits a woman's whole Mrs. B. Sapp and baby of New dleton. Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Colson, of Pine Its lengthening, invigorating effect see i
I I -- -- -- - --- -, system. It not only nets upon the River, spent the week-end at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Price were Hill, were in town Sunday. how It brings color to the cheeks and how .!.

?4 GRAHAM troubles and weaknesses peculiarto her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. B. in Graham Sunday afternoon. Sunday school next Sunday afternoon it improves the appetite you will then r
women but is an all-round tonic Shirley. Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, passed ut the Free Will Baptist churchat appreciate Its true tonic value. ,

Graham, July 2.-O. W, Pyal was that braces the entire body overcoming Mrs. S, J, Kelly is having repair through here Sunday afternoon. 3:30 o'clock. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chili TONIC "

& 4 a liuHinoss visitor to Gainesville on nervousness. sWiilesttiie&s.. work done to her house. Mr. Gilbert, of Monticello, was in P. A. Crosby who underwent an ion11! and a patent QUININE medicine it Is simply'
headaches
r Thursday. down condition., dizziness and a run Sheriff Epperson und Deputy Bais- town last week in the interest of the operation last week at the Gainesville So pleasant even children suspended like in it.Syrup The I 4

Mrs. T. W. Wasdm and children of den were in town Thursday morning. watermelon crop. hospital, is home very much Improv. blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON 'j,
Waldo, visited relatives here Sniur. Send lOc? to Dr. Pierce's Invalids': Hazel Warren spent! Friday after- Mrs. D. W. Kelly of New River, ed. to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prep-' "

day.Mrs. Hotel Buffalo, N.Y.. for trial pkJ{. noon in Starke spent Monday at the home of Mrs. S. Ben Crosby, of Lake Butler, was in enle never fan to drive out Impurities ..i

Wesley l))'all1l1d non Clarence, of "Favorite Prescription" twlilets. R. A. Weeks was in Starke Friday J. Kelly. town Saturday afternoon.Rev. the blood.The .

returned Saturday to their home in AUGUSTA. GA.-Doctor !tierce's ,,i afternoon. Miss Mary Mott, of Hague is vialt.In Hayes, of Gainesville, will fill Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S, .
TASTELESS '
Largo.; Favorite [Prescription restored me Mr. Johns, of New River, was in g at the home of her brother, Sam his appointment here Saturday and the favorite Chill TONIC has made '.
to perfect health when I had become I I tonic In thousands of home.
Hlox Paivinh, of Sampson was in town Saturday afternoon. Mott. Sunday at the Advent church. Every- More than thirty-five
'41 town Saturday a complete with nervous" backaches wreck i wassuffering I|!' J. S. Harrell and daughter, Annie Curtis Melvin' was in Starke Sunday body invited to attend these services. would? ride a long distance years to getOROVT ago forks::S
and
, Mrs. Jesse Jones and niece, Miss mynerves I'of Dukes, and Miss Carrie Sloan, of afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Litchfield and TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a i;,
( 1 Florence Walker, were called to the 1 were completely da shattered Gainesville, and Prof. Flowers, of E. J. Ward and E. T. Stewart, of children, of Clayno attended church member of their family had Malaria or
able
l I bedside of their mother Mrs. George was not to any work, I was Dukes attended church here Satur- Willeford, spent the week-end herewith I here Thursday night. needed a body-bu'ldinfl, strength-giving!
so weak" I could not sleep I .
::1 Stone, who i I.* seriously ill at St. Au. ; was day night. their families Clyde Ward, of Jacksonville who tonic (>The formula is just the same to
, ,{ '1 gustine. BO nervous; and my appetite was i I Mr. and Mrs Sam Mott are receiving 1'urriet Hitch, of Starku .Is here spent last week here with relativesand flay store, and you can get it from any_Uug: (
I was just wreck when 60c bottle
a
,a ,< Mr. Stpcnberg, of Starke, was corns my very mtht'rv.11(101' .. me the'"FavoritePrescription' congratulations over the arrivalof rii'lirjc\ Virginia ":' 'e..ks I friends, returned home Friday. per ,

',s I "i pletud his job of painting on the home I and when I had taken I a son, born May 25th. 'Mr -rs Warren ,vas on ne sick l lest I Ardell Crosby, of Starke was in ing I went to the stable to hire a rig ,
I of O. W. Dyul. about five bottles I WHS well and Misses Minnie and Pearl Green and I ; Miss Ruby Dyal is visiting relatives strong 'FlavnriteI'resrription'isant ' brother, Dave, of Pine Hill,, attendtd Roy Forsyth, of Ziff, was In town I It killed with a pile of dead rats

'/ '" in Largo and Trilby i'I I excellent medicine and 1 am Kind to :1 church here Saturday nig ht. (:>n.ay. I[ LookedtJke. a Rattlefield Eu. fore. Looked RAT like SNAP the night Eu-be.

./ :I: ; Newn Byrd, of Jacksonville, ia visiting :I recommend 1 it."-Ml S. N. L. Ooou- '. P. M. Barefoot was in Starke Sat J. M, Groover of Gainesville was rope," !Said Mr. C. Dunnter. rope." Three sizes a, 25c battlefield 60c $1.in Sold

'( his parents WIN a"Cl Walker utt .tt. urday. a business visitor to town Monday.J. "Was staying at! a hotel in a small and d
Mesdames Mann, Robinson and I',I Mr. and Mr. E. B. Andreu, of Ala. A. Sur'ency, of Adel, Ga.. 1111 I I Pennsylvania town. Early one morn- Store guaranteed and DeWitt by C. Mitchell's Jones. Drug 1

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE I.


Sternberg's.Work ShwB. $2.50 a pair, at A ANDREWS% I

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Bits of LocalInformation Mrs J. 0 Traxler and| little son, The Bank-
Robert Lee. and Misa Hazel Middleton Right

Spent the day Tuesday: with In. H. COMPANYRaiford
M. Snydr 1

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Georgette and de
Crepes Crepe
11:. """'".lf 0. P_.... .a.*....... aaW W Chnes 't
II leas..wY.C..w TV***. 9Mrs. new stock, only $2.2.r )d. Fla. Every man should have a banking onnection f ;
Popular colors. Morgan's 6-11-tf "
no matter what his bU5inrthe amount of' 1. .j

-- a, Despite the unfavorable season' agrt.at Submits the following his income or the wealth he may possess :i

J. E. Futch spent Friday in I deal vt tweet corn hn ben
Taffeta Messaline and Peu De prices for your consideration. -
'
produced
Jacksonville. Soie, in black only, at $2.25 a yard.Morgan's. quantities around Starke and large I Al the Bank of Starke you are always welcome -
are bring chipped daily ..
Hags and Hunting on sale at'' and will find the kind of bank service

Slump's. I Dr. J, E. Maine, one of Lake But Marge! O'I>OOne, surrounded by 'Grits you need to conserve your cash capital, to
ler's popular physicians, was a business brutal men and evil women madea $5.25
Dr. J. C. Wills made a professional visitor: to Starke Tuesday pet of a grizzly bur And i Per bag handle your income and outgo in a satisfactory \i imanner ,
trip to Baldwin Monday Tara, the bear, saved her life. forward business '
to .
,
Meal carry your plans ,
Paul Ernest Knight is spending the 5 25
Georgette Waists only $4.98 week at Kingsley lake, the guest of Wilbur Scott and sister, Miss Doric I Per bag .
at Sternberg's. 'Chat Lucian Kickliter.A returned home Saturday after a I' If you will study this institution-its policies,
delightful vim: with Misses Mary and Green Coffee
lire E. Markley Johns spent Tuts- photograph of a young girl Lucile Morrow, of Tampa. Per Pound 25e aims, assets and managf'ment--you will know ,,

day,in Jacksonville with friends. drew David itaine over 1,500 ,why a constantly increasing number of 1 people N

miles wilderness>ss and snow Come and 'see line of Real Good Green
Flowered Georgette Crepe only $2.75 our new 30 in all walks of life are recognizing tht.
Men's'omen's
per yard, at Morgan's. James Kite has had his residenceon Slippers Stump's.and;; Children's I Coffee per pound strength and safety of this Bank by opening j

North Thompson street reshingledand .
Prof. H. B. Wiggins, of Hampton otherwise repaired. Bacon and maintaining their account here
OC
in town Wednesday. Mrp. W H. Graham and little son
was -tiOC
Billy Misses Kathleen and Aileen Alvaret Per pound
Ralston and Douglas Shoesat
Mrs J. M. Alvarez spent Wednesday Sternberg's. left Wednesday for Wayne. ,'
in Jacksonville with friends ville N. C., where they jro to upend Lard 27e

Miss Josie Hoffman of Jacksonville! July and August.: Per pound

nO)'''' Bathing Suits, 85c, at 1 is visiting her aunt, Mrs.. J. R. Davis, Bank of Starve
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Miss Hall and Turner, of Doujr-
Stump's. at Kingsley lake.
lan, Ga., and Miss Porter, of Atlan ftu. 3. 75 & $4

Mrs. S. Woodard, of Theressa Mrs. O. J. Griffin went' to Gainesville ta, arrived Monday to visit Miss Margaret The Right BankE. L
was a visitor to Starke Tuesday !Monday to visit her sister, Mrs Hamnrk and her mother Mr. 1-2 bbl. Flour
Osteen. Sarah L. Hamrick. :in wood 7 e 75 S. MATTHEWS Pres. GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier ht \

Watermelons are plentiful in f .
Starke, but high priced. Mrs. John Hull spent Friday and It is not all snow and ire r:.
Plain and Self-rising whole
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Saturday in Jacksonville! visiting her "north of 53. It was in a beauti- I'I II'

Warner's Rust Proof Corsets daughter, Mrs. G. B. White. ful Indian summer that David Barrel Flour \ :
and Brassieres at Sternberjr's. Paine found Marge O'Doone and in wood 15. OWe :
Striped and Plaid Homespun won her aiety. July 5th & 6th.

Ilr. J. C. Wills and C. A. Mixon 25c yard at n
a Stump's.
Charlie Karrett the well known buy our Flour direct
went to Jacksonville Sunday. Ig IgIind
up clothing: salesman of Stump' store, HICRB! _
from
Miss Jennie Hull spent the weekend left Wednesday afternoon for Dun the Mills and can ,; e

E. D. Sullivan and family have in Plant City as a guest of her nellon, where he has accepted a position save you Money on it. We
moved from Starke .to Theresca. aunt, Mrs. J. S. Brwon. I
are looking for a fresh tff 6h pe L tubes i

Classy) styles in Bathing Suits O. W. Maines, a well known citizenof : CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR o
shipment day.
$2.50 to $8. Morgan's. 611tf. Louise', Alachua county, was a bu,. every i

Incas visitor to Starke Tuesday. SALE-Good work, buggy and "
-t
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick Friday Canvas Horse 'tJ xkl
spent riding horse.! H. L. Stevenson, UU
in Jacksonville with friends. Ladies Voile Waists only $1.35at Starke. It* Collars 1 Up i.

Sternberg's.William \
!Men's Hathing Suits, $3.50 to FOR SALE-One light truck, almost Plow Lines "

$6.50, at Stumps.L. W. Baimlen and Paul Dais. new, a bargain at $750.00 Quigley' Per Set 65e i
den of Jacksonville, spent the end of Overland Co. 64rtf. 1
E. Dowling) of Pineda is visiting last week with relatives in Starko.
his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Middle. FOR SALE-One! 5'passenger car We have a litte Sugar on i
i
ton, this week. W. E. Wainwright!: of the Miller runs like new, price (575.00 Quig J
section, has been in Starke duringthe ley Overland Co. 6-4-tf hand, and are going to do Michelin Tulx-n lit- '

Do you know the meaning (If week visiting relatives. - ---- our best to keep a supply SMITH'S t Other tubes do not
the Indian word "Sakewawin'l"Ree FOR RENT-Two cottages, one on ,:
"The Courage of Marge Theodore Peeler of Jacksonville, Walnut street and one on Madison. for our customers at as GARAGE tit( : : '

O'Doone" at the Gaiety Theatre. has been a visitor at the home of Mr. J. W. Morgan. 6-21-4f. Iowa price as possible.We iU'f.
and Mrs. J. W. Morgan during the STARKE. FLA. ,; ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns motoredto week. FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1919 will buy your Lard, ,IdP

Macclenny Saturday, returning the model Inquire of John Uglow Bacon, Potatoes :Chickens, ) !/ ',v,
Starke', 6-26-2t ',.'
same day. Special prices on ullMen's and ,
Hoys' Suits at St ump's.1I8S eggs or any other Country r.:
Col. D. E. Knight was in Gainesville FOR SALE-One: pair good mules and 'I
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on professional business Wednesday t- :\ Fronie Bradley, of Jackson and good heavy double wagon. Reasonable I produce you may have ''j

ville is visiting friends and relatives for cash. J. F. Bennett I pay the highest prices. ',,1
here and will remain' until after the Lake Butler Fla. 6-18-tf 'i 'I'
Men's Athletic Underwear, Fourth. We have B. A. Thomas '
CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for ,\
$1.25 to $2 suit. Sternberg's. prices and ship your ties of a1)!) Hog Powders and Pratts GENERAL INSURANCE ; ,
Did'ou ever see two grizzly grades to Cress Manufacturing Co.,
W A. Moitt left Saturday for Topeka hears fight to the death? SeeThe Jacksonville Florida. 3-5-2p-ljrr Hog Powders, all kinds of
Kansas, and other points in the Courage of Marge O'Doone Chicken feeds and powders. HAROLD C. WALL
West. ; at Gaiety Theatre July 5 and 6.
J.OST-Cow, color light yellow, three
I years old at first calving; no brand! We carry a full line of STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE
:Men's light weight Trousers, Little Miss Mary Canova spent the marked split underbit in one ear 1 Horse Medicines and Stock
pastweek in Lake City, visiting her I LIFE: BONDS AUTOMOBILE
2.75 at Stump's. and split upper' bit in the other. Re- ,
uncle and aunt, Mr. and ;Mrs. W. R. powders.
ward of $10 for her return to Char.
Mr and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children ! Canova. ley' Strickland, Starke. It
of Brooker pent Sunday 'with ._- ._-- We carry a full line of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch.P. After visiting/ relatives] in Jacksonville FOR SALE-Good driving or work Oats, Corn, Sweet feed r
Owen Griffin returned' home on
6 months old
mare; family cow;
S. McMillan and family motoredto Tuesday accompanied by his cousins, heifer calf; two good sows in far. I and Hay.

Waldo Thursday to spend the day Thelma and Cora Uyal. row; heavy one horse wagon; buggy The Bank With The Backing
Silk Voile '
with relatives ; spring berry wagon; plows; -I i
Night/ Operator Smith and family 1.1U-J./O
cultivator; one horse disc; hand yard
per ..
Overalls, $1.50 to $3.75, at have movrd from the Livingston cottage I plows; cultivator hoes and other :
Stump's. on Went Call street to the Syd- hand tools. One mile north of Plaid Silk 1"
boten cottage on Cherry street.' :Rtarke; W. B. Kuhl. 6-25-tf. 1.75
per yard This institution is n link in the largest and healthiest a
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace of '
chain of banks in the world.
who has
Mrs. F. C. HollmgHWorth,
Theressa, were shopping in Starke FOR SALE-My 80-acre farm 4 miles Wool Serge
Saturday. lately undergone an operation at a from Starke on Starke and Raiford 1.25 II i)
Jacksonville Sanitarium i I. ported' I public road; CO acres of open land; per yard THIS CHAIN.; OF BANKS HAS A "DEPOSI- i

to be rapidly improving.. ; 1 1 horse, 1 mule, farming implements White Skirt goods 50e TORS GUARANTEE FUND" .IN WHICH THE +t.DEIOSITS t.
I growing: crop, one set .of '
yard THIS "v'
[UN BANK ARE INSURED
Men's separate Coats only buildings, including barn and other per
GAIETY THEATRE $4.98 at Sternberg's. outbuildings.; All for $3,000, and Jap Silks :L AGAINST LOSS FROM ANY CAUSE. ; "

STARKE: FLORIDA if sold before July 1st a discount 85c tO 1.25Dress ,.

Cooper & Snellgrove's lath mill now of 5 per cent will be given. J. E. per yard We pay five per cent, per annum, interest compounded '! .1
supplies the Quigley Broom Co. with Norman Route 1, Starke, Fla.
broom handles made of tough and 6-11-tf, Ginghams 30.10 50c quarterly, on Time and Saving Drposits. I

TODAY (Friday) light; black gum per yardApron : '
TIle Quinine 1 That Doc Not' Ailed The Head This is a time when double precaution should

CLARA KIMBALL Miss Elizabeth lirownlce has returned Sn sue. of Its tonk and laxative .11_. LAXA. Checks 25 to 35c be taken. We solicit you business the I't I
home', after spending several TIE IIRUMO QUININE tTalJlr.a' can IM tatfin upon I
weeks in Palatka) with her (cousin :by the anyont hi ud.* without I B.W.LRUVt.raiminrf S nnrvoUBnaaa Ittnalun uu or|te.5.rlntttridIn !WJc.: per yards strength of our institution, and the strength af. ::

YOUNG] :Hiss Ella May Long. Percals yard 25 to 50c forded by its connections.

Mrs. J. M. Truby who has been so per

la ill for some time past is slowly Improving Men Pant and Overalls ..i
much to the delight of her
"The House of Glass" many friends.A y2vrurr 00070I LAKE BUTLER BANK

..... line of Indies Summer I 2.00 to 3.00Do
new State County District and City DepositoryLAKE
MONDAY & TUESSDAY Dresses, $6.50 to $25.00 just ar- !CURD TPNS 0f4LY .

rived at Stump's. AT17DIfxas your trading at A. D. Andrews BUTLER, FLA. \

Mrs N. D. Wainwright; is at Pablo Company and Save

"The Courage Beach with her daughter Mrs. T. MAXWElL h.IOUSE Money. This looks like an- .
house
P Clark who is giving a partyat '
Habitual Constipation Cared
OF her cottage COFFEE other Bad Crop year and we In 14 to ;21 (lays'LAXFOS 101.1 and lost liMibir fur ...10. bffora thduor '
dol. WITH PEPSIN" Is a special.prepared : ./- 1 of use wiurthiniM In Htark. Bradford t
make
Mrs O. G. Cooper. Misses Jessie ---"'" have got to every Syrup Tonic-Laxative for lIabllualCUluoti.allon. County, Plnrlila. on Monday, the. 'I nd day of
AuiiiMt A. I'I len o. dorms the .U..al Imunf
O'Doone Thomas and Doris Law were guestsof lar count. It relieve jtly but sob! tn.. following MrilMd uruiwrtr. t.-
Marge | Mrs. II. S. Warren at Brooker on should be taken regularly<< for 14 to 21 daysto wlt k
Wednesday. "STEPHENS SAILENT Induce regular action. It Stimulated and) flvvlnfilnir. at th. Northwft Corner ..f _
Regulate Very Plcaxttnt to Take tUlir lion Ift and runnlnaRa.t 4HII ,....., th...nc.
( bottle. South <4il ....... th.n.* Waat 430 yards, '
By James Oliver Curwood $100 R-vard, $100 SIX"THE A4. ANDREWS\ then.. North 440 jrarda to mint of 'bailnnlni ;
Catarrh Im a local dla..aa* .r.atly taflu- MAHlt.HH: MALE!: alao Ixwlnnlna at tlw Northwest Corner <>rNxtlun
The Greatest Photoplay in the .new) b, eonatltuMonal condition Ittlur.fOr. Notleo" .la .harsh. given' thai ands and In 'M, and running Kunt: 4110 ,....10.
conetitutlonal treatm.nt. RIDDLE BOYS DISTRIBUTORS Hume South ...., .
4411 fur of bmrlnnlciK
reqwirel purauana* of a evrtaln final duns ul inra a point
history of the client drama.TWO CATARRH Maoic1N .. and from than, ..
HALL'S tfUMur* uf mart and wmtorwn1 on tot run Baal IMO >ar.l ;
and act tb.'oulI'b the 633 W. Forsyth St. lh..... Routh RHO ,..... .. 4
b'MONDAY I. t.k.n Intorn.IIT JOth day of .n.. A. t) lU O. tn and by the > lh nra Wot HHIIyarda
HAYS o Blood on the Muco" Surfa.. of the Systam COMPANY Jolt". of the Circuit Court In and for Bradford . th...... North HHII rarilo In ......Unn Zn ,
HAI.L'S CATAUiH HIJICINIC. **. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Dealers Count Florid. In Chancery In that Tnonnhlp T, fU.ulh'.. of 1(...". an Kant.: the foundation of tl .. .MOM.srJ I pertain ..UN* thrrvln i...iidinir, wh.rln J. G. lot Bum, mom or I.! -, ",M"th.r with ;
the .dent: II'I:; b';. ;..?:M wanted in Stark Your Chime l .. Complainant and J. M. I>uk.., all and alnvular th.. tvnumwnu, Mrrda.mnta| '
at 4:15 6:15 8:15,10p.m. n.ral health nod opportunity and ....
. .. .e of Administrator vf the .Ia. of R. I> ('uk. apiiurtananew* lirlonvinv or in .np.
duina its w'tk. f'f. Iii at CAlarlltlt5I5D1CIND 1 lot handling the beat medium and Nona L>uli*., o>. a .d. and vlAnd Duk_. aplmrtuinina
Tuesday-8:15,10 p. m. Catarrh that, HA1. liberal llaiford Fla. Nina .ItukM, K N. lluk. and lutha Ma A S. CREW,
fads o ran the market at dis
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T.v'n,, .1. fear" bukw ar defendant A Z A UK INS. $_ MaaUr.Kollnllor .
Admission, 30c & 55c. F. /"CI"T"" ; ; r . T,.,' .:u.. I I count. Drive sway from J.cIniJleCare J. A M. tiraw, .. Bpwlal Muter, shall.. fur Compl.ln.nt.II.iIo.1.GO

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FRIDAY JULY 2. 1929.
riRAKFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ,
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" News Thomas, of Sampson, attendedthe | day. He brought *ith! him two beautiful :

l Bradford Comity) Telegraph entertainment at the Christian !,j guinea pigs which he presented ;:

to hi. daughter Yeone. The ,
__ church Saturday night |, young
n. Mrs. S. Prescott and daughter, Gla. lady is very proud of het pets Yi
r t' i'bbli.hrd Whl>, and >-rtd .. wee of Sampson were shopping here Cecil Moore, of Theresa, was a visItor "
dys, ,
t f: .n'i c-I.> ..n matter at the i.>.t-<'flK. ..tNg.rke Saturday. to Hampton Saturday. and he it.

'",! Florida Alvin Wasdin, of Gainesville, spent R. M. Williams, of Jacksonville it i\ gave

the week-end with his parents visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, A- i i "
: M. Williams this week. ..
MATTHEWS Editor and Ownrr. Chesley Fogg was a business visitor -
; E. S. .
to Gainesville Tuesday.K. .
Roberts, of Lake Butler, was a Ilcys' Palm Jteach Pants at i dead away

LAKE BUTLER business visitor here Monday. Slernberg's.

H. F. Price and family, of Starke,
't Lake Butler, July 2.-T. II. Rimes week here on busi
spent part of the J. S. Brown, produce broker and
NNNM: was a business visitor to Lake Butler shipper of Plant City, was in Starke IT8 REALLY nrprlattc SO I asked h5i the
fi .
r Tuesday morning. ness.The farmers are busy shipping wa- the first of the week, looking after I' .

J. D. and Wilbur Rimes, of Miller, termtlons and tomatoes. business matters and shaking hands / THE MONEY. you. MTO. "WOULD. U.crook one fet 'M11.dl1 .

were visitor to town Saturday. Andy Sparks, of Mounteocha, was with his many friends IF I bought box?"
Miss Mabel Brown, of Miller, was here Tuesday on business BY ASKING. queetlona.I .n *

chopping, in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Autumn Youngbloodand Special prices on all our La. I FOUND that the maker AND THEN. .fce smiled
, l 1 Mrs Lester Roberts returned to children, of Waldo, attended the die trimmed and untrimmed
r Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon, after entertainment' here Saturday night. Hats. !Stump's.' u OF A hair! restorer LIKE A regular. . guy.
James Reynolds was a business visitor -
ft pleasant visit with relatives here. AND SAID "No tbanlnu
to Gainesville) Saturday.Mrs. WAS BALD as a coot. .
)))1'. and Mrs. T. S. William. left I
made to .
Lake littler people were
Love Dinkins and children of '
Wednesday' morning for Alexandria I'LL SMOKE my c-
feel sad Monday when" news reached Clearwater, visited her brother A. 80 I passed that up. .
Va., in response to a telegram announcing
f them that Mrs. Henry Taylor had died wise
AND I got
McKinney, Saturday.
}y 4 : *t her home after a long sickness.Dr. ) I Morgan Prevatt, of'aldo, was Williams': the father.serious \illness of Mrs. AND A bird who came. .

Maine. spent last Tuesday in t AND ASKED him then.
here
Saturday on Dunness. TO SELL oil stock e .
Jacksonville.
YN, Jabe Mills, of Starke, was a visitor The 'limited trains again stop in I WHAT BRAND ho -"M>lr *
R. U. Spearman, of Lakeland, is the here .
Saturday. Starke HAD HIS own cash.
when having for
guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Schell. John of Ziff in passengers . showed
Thigpen was townon this point or when flagged to take.cnpassengers. I AND HE me.
Mile
Ervin Dekle motored to Five
business Saturday.Mr. The southbound train arrives IN LIBERTY. Bond ;said. _
Saturday morning. THEN
AND
and Mrs. Frank Stokes of I
and here at 2:20: p. m. and the north. *
I' M. Padgett
-41 Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville here SO I docked again.
visited
children spent the week-end in Games Sunday. bound at 5:61: p. m. . : "THEY SATISFY."
Irving Dyal was a business visitorto I .
ville with relatives.Mrs. AND I asked a clerk.
Waldo Saturday. i AND B'GOSH, he's rf bf.
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1 : T. W. Guy of Tarpon Springs, Why pay more when you can . .
t is the guest of Mrs. P. M. Padgett town Dr.Saturday.If Middleton. of Starke, was in our buy it for less at Steinberg's\ FOR THE. best. .cigarettes.

't 1 this week. you miss spending the Fourth in AND HE reached around the.' satisfy--Chesterfield*
1 E. H. Steenberg, the local painter' SURE
Mrs. Johnston
W. M. and charming Starke, you will miss an event never . body-that's the reason.
+ i daughter, Willie Mae, left last Monday again to be staged was engaged last week in repaintingthe FOR A fancy box. Body enough to satisfy a cigar
v afternoon for a visit with her sister ]large country home of O. W.. Dyal, a smoker. And yet Chesterfields are
I. L. Ogden spent Sunday in Hampton of Graham. Mr. Steenberg ia an expert mild. Impossible That' it exactly
in Rome, Ga. .Tcy will vii it AND I knew I waa In
with relatives.Oliver
, Lookout mountain before returning.K. painter and completed the ework Chesterfields have accomplished
i I, Roberts is ill at this writing at Sparks of Louise, attended within four days.Men's FOR THE eamo old Una. the impossible. They satisfy and
Bible school here Sunday. they're mild.
yet
his home in East Butler, and his
Mr. and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood, andVomt'n's White
many friends wish him an early recovery.
of Waldo, were here Friday.
, j Canvas Slippers at Special Prices
i
Mrs.'Lorn Brown of Sampson, spent
Mrs. C. L. Varties left Wednesday at Stump's.Little .
Sunday with Mrs. Arthur Brown.
i for visit with Mr. and Mrs.
morning a Rev. Jno. Mullady, of Hampton willprea'h
V f Henry Varnea and Mr. and Mrs. T A. the Christian !Miss Frances Colley, dauphterof -
at church Sunday /
, Carter, after a pleasant visit withy at 11 o'clock. Everybody invitedto Mr. and Mr.: ,J. F. Colley, is hesterfteiogisq

; ,, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. be present.L. very ill with typhoid, but everything

I i.I Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular G. Barry of Gainesville, .spent possible is being done to overcome the
Baldwin disease! and wish for her
f apopmtment at Sunday, going the week-end with his family. many frientjs
t on to Jacksonville Monday. --- a speedy recovery. Ray Colley. who
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Chastain and VHAMPTON Is a member of the U. S. Navy, came

children, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chastain Monday from Washington, on accountof CIGARETTESFarmer

motored to Worthington Sunday. the illness of his sister.
2. Rev
Hampton, July Mullady
f C. A. Savage of Dukes, spent the filled his regular appointment at Me- &
week-end at home with his family. I Into h Christian church Sunday.B. Col.! and Mrs A. V. Long:', Miss Ella '

dl Miss Ethel Jones, who has been attending Hayncs and wife, of Winter Haven Mae Long and Augustine Long motor. L _

the normal, left' Sunday for who have been' visiting here the here from Palatka on Wednesday I'I't.d t.
,
I a Jacksonville Col. Long and son returned home the _
pant week, returned to their home
E Mian Emma Anderson left' Saturday Mundav.Rev. same day, but Mrs. Long:' and Miss

t for her home in Lawtey, after several :Buike, of Waldo, filled his appointment Ella Mae remained for a visit with I
+!* months of normal work here.. at the Methodist church relative and friend. I

Misses Beetle and Alva Thomas returned !here! Sunday morning and evening.
to Brooker Saturday after Mrs. John Hull and daughter Miss
Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, was
.,I several weeks' work here in the nor a professional visitor to Hampton this Jennie Hull, who have spent the pant BrownWill
V mal. two months with :Mr. and Mrs. N. B.
i week.
Mrs. LIge Hall and daughters, Carrie Thomas Grave., of Graham, was a Hull, left Tuesday for Boston, where
r ,u Jessie and Mrs. Fails and daughter visitor here Saturday. they will visit Mrs. Hall's father.

1 *pent Sunday in White Springs.J. Miss Armstrong, of Lake Butler, They will also visit Niagara Falls and

Howard, who has been visiting was a guest of Miss Emma Hicks Fri- other points of interest before returning -
relatives I1t Dukes and Five Mile, is day to .their home in El Paso

the guest' of his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Dr. I. II. Hunter and wife, have Texas. Eleven years ago, Mrs. Hull

Mann, this week. been attending to business in Jackson. and daughter resided In Starke but from the Democratic
Mrs. C. A. Savage and children returned ville.)] since that time have made their home great

home Friday from a seven Mrs. Ben Smith of Oxford, has been in El Paso. Their old friends in both Convention at San Franscisco air-
weeka'visit with relatives and friends the guest of Mrs. T. J. Durden this Starke and Lawtey were delighted' to by
in Atlanta Ga., and places of interest see them, and trust that sometime in
in Alabama. week. the future will plane in order to attend the
t Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker, of they again visit here. great

+ a her MISH home Delia lost Armstrong week from Lawtey returned, after to. day.Brooklyn, attended services here Sun- BROOKER Fourth of July Celebration at !Starke

the done of a successful term of Mrs. A. L. Howley of Oxford, and
,
summer school. Brooker, July 2.-Mr. and l'oIrh. E. 5th
son, Benjamin, were guests of Mr. and on Monday, July 1920.
Mr. Traxler and'sons spent the B. Andrcu and Mrs. C. Roberts and
Mr. A. A. Durden Sunday evening.
a. week-end with homcfolks, returning niece. Miss Victoria Douglass, of
Isom Ogden, of Graham, was the
i to their work at High Springs Sun. Alachua, attended church here Tuesday Come and all.
guest of Mr. Saxton Sunday. night. one Bring family and
day.Supt. Raymond Prevatt and mother, of : .
E. R. Poppell and Mils Her. Willie Mae Nabb, of Sampson
1 Starke, were visiting in Hampton Sat. lunch baskets and
lung, of Starke, motored to Lake Uutler urday.J. spent part of last week here with relatives. ] enjoy the day, and

Saturday A. Kirk, of Graham, was trans- .
Miss Omie Scarborough' returned acting business here Saturday.Mr. G. B. Coition was in LaCrosse ,on see the great display and parade.

home lust week after a pleasant visit '. and Mrs. J. 1 H. Saxon, of Alach Wednesday
of several weeks in IJuhira, Ga., with Saturday Scott Swindel of Theressa, was a''
here
ua county, were visiting '
Rev. and Mrs L..A. Rawls visitor here this week.

I ,j 4, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Rawls, of Mr.and K.Sunday B. Sullivon returned to her Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards, of u

Worthington, were guests of Mr. and home here 'Monday, after a visit with Bradford, attended church here Sunday -

Mrs. C. A. Roberts last week her son, Albert Sullivan, of Theressa .
Ming Emma Smith has returned to his Ardell Crosby was a visitor to
i Rev J. Mullady returned to 1
r her home in Gainesville\ DeWitt C.
It High Springs, after a home here from South Florida Satur- Thursday Jones
r' visit with Mrs. Truxlcr. J. L. Surrency and son II. D, of

i1:1 Jack Colson and charming daughter Plant City spent the weekend here, ,

(p Miss Jessie Mae, visited friends and i returning Sunday,

relatives Sunday. Roland Thomas of Miller, attended HARDWARE STORE :'
,, Mrs. Edgar Knight and little church here Saturday and Sunday.

daughter, Cia 1'1"11.' spent several rJh Misses Van Cone and Ozena Melvin "

days In Greenwood, the guest of Mr. of the Pine Hill section, were in our
I {' and M I'll. Hodges. town Saturday afternoon.

Miss \Mildred Roberts. and James })r. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was in -- \

f Knight spent Sunday in Lake City. town Wednesday I It I
t
Mrs. Maines Sunday school class '- Or Bishop, of Alachua, was a professional I chug, spent Sunday here. here on a visit with relatives p e ',

k" oi, enjoyed a basket picnic at Worthington caller in town Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Otis Barry and children -I Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, of ,.

Springs Thursday, enjoying the WHEN DOMAIN NERVOUS-WCBRIEO Mr. and Mrs. J. For'nyth, of Ziff, of Bradford, attended church Zit, paused through here Sunday en- You Do More Work, .
bathing, and pleasures of a day's outing \ are receiving cunjrratulatigns over a here Sunday. route to the Pine Hill section. You are more ambitious and you Ret more ,
1 such as Worthington Springs af Most women neglect their health, son, born June 27th. in Miss enjoyment out of everything when your .
' V I fords. rind for this the Dogan Nabb of Sampson, was Myra Herlong and Mr. Trax- blood is in good condition. ]
; they pay penalty. Olson Thomas, of Worthington, was ler Impurities in
of Starke
i Miss Ruby Douglass, of Arch Creek Any woman will find that neglect a visitor here Sunday. our town Monday. held their regular club the blood have a very depressing effect on ,1

I ,,7 S is the guest of her cousin Miss Mona does' not pay. A little more attention Miss Tave Andreu and niece. Miss !\II'. and Mr G. B. Colson and son, meeting here Thursday morning. the system cafaing weakness, laziness, ,',

i /i Alderman. to health would brighten up her Daisy Lewis, who have been visiting Ressle, were visitors to Starke Sun I, Reba and Rhoda Brown, of Pine GROVE'S nervousness and sickness. ",

I n J. S. Howard and daughter ofr life; If she asks hor noijrhbors in South Florida for the past two day afternoon and while there were I Hill, were in town shopping Thursday restores TASTELESS Chill TOMC i'

, Dukes, motored to I.ake Butler Tuesday finds that Dr. J'i 'rce's Favorite Pre- months, returned home Thursday guests: of Dr and !Mrs. W E. Mid morning.. and Enriching Energy the and Blood.Vitality When by Purifying you feel .I:I.

I afternoon. scription benefits a woman's whole Mrs. B. Sapp and baby, of New dleton. Mr. and Mr. Bethel Colson, of Pine us strengthening. Invigorating effect nee

.- - --. .- -- --- system. It not only acts upon the River, spent the week-end' at the homeof Mr. and Mr. Murphy Price were Hill, were in town Sunday. how It brings color to the cheeks and how .i

GRAHAM; troubles and wt'Il'm.,8."it'8< peculiarto her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. In Graham Sunday afternoon.Dr. Sunday school next Sunday afternoon It Improves the appetite you will then 't j
women, but is an all-round tonic appreciate Its true tonic value. i
Shirley Tribble, of LaCrosse, passed at the Free Will ,I}
Baptist churchat
Graham. July 2.-O. W. Dyal wasa that braces the entire body! overcoming Mr. S. J. Kelly is having repair through here Sunday afternoon 3:30: o'clock. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC ,

business visitor to Gainesville on nervousness. nWplesbiiess, work done to her house. Mr. Gilbert of Monticello, was in P. A. Crosby, who underwent '" not a patent medicine it is simply :f.'
IRON
headaches dizziness an and .
and a run QUININE suspended In Syrup '
Thursday Sheriff Epperson and Baiaden town last week in the interest cf the
down condition. Deputy operation last week at the Gainesville So pleasant even children like it. The
Mrs. T. W. W sdm and children. of were in town Thursday morning.Hazel . watermelon crop. I hospital, is home very much improved blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRO.
Waldo, visited relatives here Satur.day. Send lOt to Dr. Pi(>r Invalids' Warren spent Friday afternoon Mrs. I). W. Kelly, of New River, to Enrich it. These reliable tonic ixrperties ,'

Hotel HufTalo. N.Y., for trial pkjr. in Starke. spent Monday at the home of Mrs. S. Ben Crosby> of Lake Butler, was in never fall to drive out Lmpuriucj i.. \I
; !,
111'Vl'sl' <'y Dyal and son Clarence, of Tuvonto 1'resoription" tablets R. A. Weeks was in Starke Friday J. Kelly. I town Saturday afternoon.Rev. the blood. .

p' returned Saturday to their home in AUGUSTA. GA.-"Doctor Tierce's afternoon. Miss Mary Mott, of Hague is visit- Hayes, of Gainesville, will fill The Strenltlh-
Largo. Favorite Prescription restored me '( Mr John., of New River, was in in g at the home of her brother, Sam his appointment here Saturday TASTELESS ChUl TONIC has made :
to perfect health when I had l I and the favorite tonic In
become thousand of home
Blox Parrihh, of Sampson, was in town Saturday afternoon Mott. Sunday at the Advent
town Saturday. suffering a complete with nervous backaches wreck and 1 was I'I J. S. Ilarrell and daughter, Annie, Curtis Melvin was in Starke Sunday invited to attend church.these services.Everybody More would ride than a long thirty-five distance years to get ago GROVES, folks.! gl\

Mra. Jesse Jones and niece, Mi** shuttered.I mynerves I I I of Dukes, and Miss Carrie Sloan, of afternoon.E. Mr. and Mr>. Chas. Litchfield and TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a

Florence \Valkt'r'I'r... called to the 1 not were able completely to do '(I Gainesville, and Prof. Flowers, of J. Ward and E. T. Stewart of I children, of Clayno, attended church member of their family had Malaria or '
was 1
bedside of their mother, Mrs. George so weak; 1 could not any sleep work, 1 wag Dukes, attended church here SaturI Willeford, spent the weekend here here Thursday night. needed a body-buying strength-giving! 'iJ,,::el,
Stone who N seriously ill at St. Au- was I t day night. with their families.t'arriet Clyde Ward of Jacksonville tonic( The formula Is just the same to
and ; who
so nervous I
'V Jrustinp. ; my appet't was I I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott are receiving Rltch, of Stark', .is here spent last week here with day. and you can get it from any clnits:
I relatives
very jxxjr. was j just a wi ock when store. 60c bottle
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Mr. Rtecnherg j; of Starke, was com- my mother Rave me the "Fnvonte congratulations over the arrivalof "i ,'lIrit Virginia Weeks'hers I and friends, returned home Friday. V per
t+ rlt'towl hid job of painting on the home !I a son, born May 25th./ ': Warren vas on 'ne nick l lost Ardell Crosby, of ;; -------
and Starke
Prescription' when 1 had taken i was in ing; I went to the stable to hire rig
of O. W. Dyal. | about five bottle 1 was well and I Misses\ Minnie and Pearl Green and lat week.Roy I our town Monday."It and a
Miss Ruby Dyal ia visiting relatives. strong. Favorite I'lescriptKin'isanexcellent brother, Dave of Pine Hill attendtd Forsyth, of Ziff, was in town --- was shown a pile of dead rats

ti In Largo: and Trilby. I, medidue and! 1 um glad torecommend
{ Newn Byrd, of Jacksonville\ is visiting i U."-:Mus. N. I.. C.OO- M. Barefoot waa in Starke Sat J. M. Groover, of Gainesville wasa ," Said Mr. C, Dunster. ." Three like a battlefield in Europe

hit parents wiV.17.:11'aiker: Stt .tt. urday. business visitor to town Monday "Was sieving .;t a hotel in a small sizes, 25c, 50c, $1. Sold

Meednmes Mann, Robinson and I tL te Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, of Ala. J. A. Surrency, of Adel, Ga., III| Pennsylvania town. Early one morn- and Store guaranteed and DeWitt by C. Mitchell's Jones. Drug

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FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FWRIDA. PAGE FIVE

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II Work Shoes, $2.50 a pair, at -
Stern berg-'s. A D D. ANDREWS I .. '.


Bits of LocalInformation Mrs. J. 0 Traxler and little Ron, The
Robert Lee and Miss Hazel Middleton Right Bank

spent the day Tuesday with !\fre. H. COMPANY
51. Snyder.
11 II

Georgette Crepes and Crepe de
PL-It II tf.P"<...ui. Omr r M |>. a.IoN" aaMl W Chnes new stock, only $2.25 yd. Raiford Fla. Every man should have a banking onnection i
r-t- S. .*. c.M r ..* 7"_ 7 Popular colors 611tfthe ,
Morgan's
no matter v hat his business, the amount of f

-. Despite unfavorable season agreat Submits the following his income or the wraith he may possess.

Mrs. J. E. Futch spent Friday in Taffeta, Messaline and Peu De I deal t>f sweet corn has been prices for your consid-

Jacksonville. Soie, in black. only' at 12.25 a yard.Morgan's. I quantities produced around are being Starke chipped! and daily large eration. .. At the Bank of Starke you are always welcome -

Flags and Bunting on Nile at and will find the kind of bank service

Stump's. Dr. J. E. Maines, one of Lake But. :Marge O'Doone, surrounded by Grit you need to conserve your cash capital, to
ler's popular physicians, was a business brutal men and evil I women madea $5 25
Dr. J. C- Wills made a professional visitor to Starke Tuesday. pet of a grizzly bear And Per bag handle your income and outgo in a satisfactory i
Baldwin Monday Tara. the bear, saved her life.
trip to forward business
Meal manner, to carry your plans .
Paul Ernest Knight is pending the 5 25
Georgette Waists only $4.98 week at Kingsley: lake, the guest of Wilbur Scott snd sister. Miss Doris Per bag .
at Sternberg's. Chas. Lucian Kirkliter. returned home Saturday after a If you will study this inr-titution--.its policies,
df'liJhtful'i"it with Misses Mary and Green Coffee
aims and know
!, assets will
Mrs. E. Markley Johns spent' Tut*. A photograph of a young girl Lucile Morrow" of Tampa. Per Pound 25e managt"ment-you ,
day in Jacksonville with friends. drew David Itaine over 1,500() ,why a constantly increasing number of |>eo- I

miles of wilderness and snow. Come and 'see our new line of Real Good Green pIe in all walks of life are recognizing tin I
Flowered Georgette Crepe only 12.75 Men's Women's and Children's 30e
per yard, at Morgan's. James Kite has had his residenceon Slippers. Stump's.Mrs. Coffee per pound strength and safety of this Bank by openingand

North Thompson street reshingledand '
their here.
Prof. H. B. Wiggins, of Hampton, otherwise repaired. Bacon maintaining account
W. H. Graham and little son, 25C
in town Wednesday.Mrs. .
was Per pound
Billy, Misses Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez -
Ralston and Shoesat
Douglas left Wednesday for Waynes- .
J. M. Alvarez spent Wednesday '* '
in Jacksonville with friends. Sternberg's. I vine, N. C., where they go: to spend Lard 27e I

Miss Josie Hoffman of Jacksonville, July and August.: Per pound

Hoys' Bathing Suits, 85c, atStump's. Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Davis, Bank of Starke
Mi"I at Kingsley lake. &
Ga., and Miss Porter, of Atlanta Per bag 3.75 $4

Mrs. S. B. Woodard, of Thercs&a, Mrs. O. J. Griffin went to Gaines. I arrived Monday to visit Miss Margaret The Right Bank
was a visitor to Starke Tuesday. ville Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. I : Hamrick and her mother, Mrs. 1-2 bbl. Flour 7 7 EC
Osteen. 1 Sarah L. Hamrick. in: wood / / O E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. CEO C. WHITE, Cashier _

Watermelons are plentiful in
It is all and ice i
Starke, but high priced.Warner's Mrs. John Hull spent Friday and not snow Plain and Self-rising whole
Saturday in Jacksonville visiting herdaulZ'htpr "north of 53. It was in a beautiful I ,

Rust Proof Corsets Mrs. G. B. White.Striped Indian summer that Davfd II Barrel Flour 15 00 1
and Brassieres at Sternberjr's. flame found Marge O'Doone and I in wood .
her. 5th & 6th.
won Gaiety. July
and Plaid Homespun

Dr. J. C. Wills and C. A. Mixon 25c a yard lit Stump's. Charlie Barrett, the well known We buy our Flour direct1 1

went up to Jacksonville. Sunday.E. C'luthilllsaJesmlln/: of Stump's store, HICBB&IRI.in
from the
Mills and
Miss Jennie Hull spent the weekend left Wednesday afternoon for Dun- can
D. Sullivan and family have in Plant City as a guest of her nellon, where he has accepted a posi save you Moneyon it. We
moved from Starke .to ThereBsa. aunt, Mrs. J. S. Brwon. '
tion.
are looking for a fresh M bh e ped tubes

Classy Myles in Bathing Suits O. W. Maines, a well known citizenof CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING"FOR shipment every day
$2.50 to $8. Morgan's. 6-11-tf. Louise, Alachua county, was a bus.
iness visitor to Staike Tuesday. SALE-Good work, buggy: and .
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick spent Fri I riding horse. II. L. Stevenson, Canvas Horse 1 UU I -
day in Jacksonville with friends. Ladies Voile Waists only $1.35 1 Starke. It* Collars Up .. ?
I
at Sternberg's. I
Men's Bathing Suits, $3.50 to I FOR SALE-one light: truck, almost Plow Lines : \
$6.50, at Stump's. William W. Baisden and Paul Bais- I new, a bargain at 750.00 Quigley Per Set 6Se ..,
den, of Jacksonville, spent the end of I Overland Co. 64rtf.
L. E. Dowling of Pineda, is visiting last week with relatives in Starke.W. .
his daughter, Mrs. W. E Middleton FOR SALE-One 5-passenger car. We have a litte Sugar on
this week. E. Wainwright, of the Miller rune like new, price '575.00 Quigley
hand and do
going to
section, has been in Starke duringthe Overland. Co. -4-tf are Michelin Tube fit-

Do you know the"Sakewawin meaning of week visiting relatives. FOR- -RENT-Two----cottages, one-on our best to keep a supplyfor SMITH'S a Other tubes do not 4
the Indian word
See "The Courage of Marge Theodore Peeler of Jacksonville, Walnut street and one on Madison. our customers at as GARAGE fit: i

O'Doone" at the Gaiety Theatre.Mr. has been a visitor at the home of Mr. J. W. Morgan. 6-21-tf. Iowa price as possible.We .
and Mrs. J. W. Morgan during the STARKE. FLA.
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1919 will buy Lard
and .Mrs. E. M. Johns!! motoredto week. your
Macclenny Saturday, returning the model. Inquire of John Uglow/: Bacon Potatoes?Chickens,
same day. Special prices on all Men's andHoys' Starke. 6-25-2t :
Suits at Stump's.Miss eggs or any other Country r

Co!. D. E. Knight was in Gainesville FOR SALE-One pair good mules produce have and .
you may
,
and good: heavy double wagon. Reasonable
on professional business' Wednesday Fronie Bradley, of Jacksonville
is visiting friends and relatives' for cann. J. F. Bennett pay the highest prices.
here and will remain until after the Lake Butler Fla. C-18-tf
We have B. A. Thomas
Men's Athletic Underwear, Fourth. CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for
$1.25 to $2 suit. Sternberg's.W. prices and ship your ties of a1)) Hog Powders and Pratts GENERAL INSURANCE "
Did you ever see two grizzly grades to Gress Manufacturing: Co.,
A. Moitt left Saturday for Topeka bears fight to the death? SeeThe Jacksonville, Florida. 3-5-2p-lyr Hog Powders all kinds of n
HAROLD C. WALL
Kansas, and other points in the Courage of Marge O'Doone Chicken feeds and powders.We i
West. at Gaiety Theatre July 5 and 6.
LOST-Cow, color light yellow, three
full line of
years old at first calving; no brand! carry a STARKE, FLORIDA
Men's light weight Trousers, Little Miss Mary Canova spent the marked split underbit in one ear Horse Medicines and Stock
$2.75 at Stump's. past week in Lake City, visiting her and split) upper bit in the other. Re. FIRE LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE
uncle and aunt, Mr. and ;Mrs. W. ward of $10 for her return to Charley powders.We .

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and chil! Canova. R'I Strirklnnd, Starke. It full line of
a
dren, of Brooker, Fpent ..sunday'with carry
Mr. and Mrs.\ J. H. Ritch. After visiting relatives in Jackson FOR SALE-Good driving or work Oats, Corn Sweet feed
ville, Owen Griffin returned home on
mare; family row; ft months old
Tuesday, accompanied by his cousins, heifer calf in far. and Hay.
P. S. McMillan and family motoredto ; two good sows
Waldo Thursday to spend the day Thelmo and Cora Dyal. row; heavy one horse wagon; bug: The Bank With The BackingThis
Silk Voile
with relatives. gy; spring!: berry wagon; plows; 1 1 0 1 75
i Night Operator Smith and family cultivator; one horse disc; hand per yard .
have moved from the Livingston cot. plows cultivator hoes and other
Overalls, $1.50 to $3.75, at ;
Stump's.Mr. tape!: on West Call street to the Syd. hand tools. One mile north of Plaid Silk 1 7 EC

boten cottage on Cherry street Rtarke W. B. Kuhl. 625tf. per yard M. I *} institution is a link in the largest. and healthiest .

and Mrs. W. T. Wallace, of chain of banks in the world. I
C. IIolling worth, who haslatt'ly
Mrs. F. <
80-acre farm 4 miles
FOR SALE-My -
Theren, were shopping in Starke Wool Serge |
undergone an operation at a 25
Saturday. from Starke on Starke and Raiford J. i
Jacksonville Sanitarium, ta! reportedto public road; :;0 acres of open land; per yardWhite THIS CHAIN: OF BANKS HAS A "DEPOSI- '

be rapidly improving. 1 horse, 1 mule, farming implements Skirt goods 50e TORS GUARANTEE FUND" ,IN WHICH THE

growing!: crop, one I'et.of, '
yard DEPOSITS THIS
per [UN BANK ARE INSURED
Men's separate Coats only buildings, including barn and other
GAIETY THEATRE $1.98 at Sternberg's. outbuildings.! All for $3,000, and Jap Silks :AGAINST LOSS FROM ANY CAUSE. .
if sold before July lot a discountof 85c to 1.25

STARKE FLORIDA Cooper & Snellprove's lath mill' nowsupplies 5 per cent will be given. J. E. per yard We pay five per cent, per annum interest compounded }
the Broom (,0. with Starke Fla.
Quigley Norman Route I, ,
broom handles made of tough andlight fi-11-tf. reer"y; Gingham. 30-to50c quarterly, on Time and Saving Deposits. I

TODAY Friday black
( ) gum.: -
The Quinine' That Docs Not Alice The Head This is a time when doable precaution shouldbe

Miss Elizabeth Brownlee! has returned IVranM* of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA.Tll. I Apron Checks 25 35c taken. We solicit business the "
CLARA KIMBALL home, after spending several BKOMO QUININE( ; (n.bl"l ) can !be takim to you upon
weeks in Palatka with her cousin, by t1.Yi.trW.::: GKUVL raiiHlnd: 8 rvousiHMii signature vubul.of rlntitngm ;!Inn. : per yards strength of our institution and the strength afforded .

YOUNG ;Miss Ella May Long. Per a''. by its connections.
yard 25 to SOc

Mrs. J. M. Truby who has been so per

In ill for some time past, is slowly improving Men Pants and Overalls
much to the delight of her I
"The (House of Glass" many friends.A O0D mI7vltAJT LAKE BUTLER BANKState

Qraco 2.00 to 3.00Do

new line of Ladies Summer i County District and City DepositoryLAKE ; 1
MONDAY TUESSDAY Dresses, $6.50 to $25.00 Just arrived Trots ONLY \

Stump's._ AT Yet'sts your trading at A. D. Andrews BUTLER, FLA.

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright is at Pab- Company and Save 1 1

"The Courage lo Beach with her daughter, Mrs. T MAXWElL HORSE! I Money. This looks like another j,
D. Clark who is giving: a house partyat Habitual Cured '
Constipation
and "".. for' ..I.! at puhlln outcry and Mil to tha \
her cottage. COFFEE"STEPHENS Bad Crop year we In .14 toll Days hi.....' and .tout hliMmr fur cash baton thodiwr
OF t tI. make dol. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a spmieby nf the ..'u.\I....... In Murk. Bradford
Mrs. O. G. Cooper. Misses Jessie e have got to every prepared. SyrupTorilo-Laxatlvo for Habitual County; Kloi'lfla" on Monday, the jlnd day ofAuKint.
A. It. mo. donna. tha kgal hour
and Dori Law were guestsof I. -- lar Cniuitlpation. It relieve. promptly but . ....
I O'Doone Thomas count. nf ails. thv' following dwwerilMrd pro. ". ti>- )
Marge Mrs. H. S. Warren at Brooker on should be taken regularly. for 14 to 21 days wit
SAILENT
to induce, regular arucm. It Stimulate undKettulatoa. Hrvlniilnir at th* Nnrthwmt Cornur nf BMI-
Wednesday. . Very Pleasant. to Take, ere. lion 511, and ronnlnv Fiat: 4HA yartla.. thvnnaMouth t It 1
Ixittln. 4411 1 yanl. th...". Wet 4>S yard, I'thane.
' By James Oliver Corwood $100 Reward $100 SIX"THE AHDANDREWS Def North 440 yard" to point of baglnnlnv ; ..
Catarrh I. a local disease lrJ'.al1Y' Intlu.nced MAHTt.U'H. HA1.K: alim Ixvlnnlnc at tha Northwmt C<.irn"r ofrlxitlon M
The Greatest Photoplay in the by e..nAUtul.lt..al cund&Uona Itmmt. Nutle la ....../. ei'.a that under and In ill and. running Kant 4V<\ yiriln, ,
or RIDDLE BOYS DISTRIBUTORS liunmano* tit a evrlatn final d.tor. .. ctf' ftjrwekinur ttx.no" Mouth 440 yard, for a point Itf .Iwirlnnin -
history of the silent drama. HAU.a,CATARRHIMkD1C1NMI. .. and from thanoa .
of .1., made and iwmlrrfHl on the run Rant IHO yard*i
tai-an Tlni.7n.lly and acts tft.-oucb the 633 W. For yth St. ;Ath day tit ....0.. A. D. 1W>. In and by thJuilH < ,"'n,. Hoiith NHO yard l., ; U..,,,,,. W..t 1150fan 'y"
TWO HAYS ONLY 81004 HAI.LNuCATAkRFIsfEI1CINIC 1 COMPANY of the Circuit Court In and for' *rail- /. thwira North MHO yanb In Kxillon 2*
: 1 JACKSONVILLE FLA. ford County Florida, In Chanwry. In that T MONDAY d'at'royV tL.. foundation of tl "Mam: I I *>main .aiw. tn.rln ,....dn., .......ln J. Slviith. patient alrnt>> r.: 'pr.Wlnrthe : la Complainant and J. M ukx, all and aknvular the tn, ..m nta, illtamonta
at4t15,6:15,8:15,1Op.m.Tuesday8:15 f.n.ral health end, ,,.lu, Tm.ura In 1' Dealers wanted in StarU Your oppor.luniiy Administrator. vf th. ...... of B. D. llukmand and aiipurtananitt lotwlnv. or' In anywise
doing It..v irk. "HAI..V; al&" : ;&& for handling the beat mai i.m Ntma Uuk... dw .aiMMj. and foland Duk.. ivrtalnlnir
10 p. m. Catarrh t"a' liberal di.. Ralfonl Fla. i '-.. '.uk.... It. N. luk. and llotha Ma&ak .. A B. CREWS
JIIDICINJi! )"1'.11.'.' d; era,, , ,, t.,,. priced ear on the market at I -. a.r.nda...", A / ""KI Nil, Huwlal Ma>....
Admission, 30c & 55c. F.Druryia's J. ('be..f &r.er. 'I ,, . !h... I count. Drive away from Jack..nvilla 1 I I. A r). Hr.w., All Spieled. Master. hall BullclUir for Complainant 7-Z-6H.UO
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY t. 1 20.f .

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4 4yf ZIFP I day. They were accompanied home I[ sonviUe, after a few day visit herewith I

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by Mrs. Ida Goodge and son. her brother' S, R. Swindel.M. Ii

+ Ziff, July 2.-Mrs. R. N. Dowling Eugene Crosby, of Brooker, was in M. Brinson left Saturday for a i As sure as you
visit with relatives on the West Coast
fend daughter, Mis Ida, have returned our section Monday

: home after several weeks' visit with Harvey Warren and Allen Thomas :,t Mr*. Eula Lee and children of Mi-

+ i relative on the East Coast spent' Monday in Lake Butler ;i'I' ami, arc spending a few days herewith are a foot highyou -
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Services were held at Hock Saturday Mrs. J. H. Brown and daughter, her parents Mr, and Mrs. Jim

!' arid Sunday by Elders Moody, Reba, were in our section Saturday. ., Phillips, and other' relatives.
Jacksonville was I I I I Miss Florence' Hall, who is visiting, .
Kelly and Fowler Willie demons of :

The guests at the home of J. B. in our section Wednesday, and Thursday I,,, relatives at Waldo, visited her par. will like this Camel Turkish

C Thomas Sunday were Mr and Mrs. 'i i cots, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall, Sunday. and DomesticS 'a,,

John Clemon and son Alvin, Millie Lloyd Johns was in Brooker Satur. |, Melvin McKinney was a visitor to

Kurrency, of J'mo Hill, Mr. and Mrs day on business i: Hampton Saturday morning. blend !

f Lee Thomas and children and intT, A. L. Green wan attending to business I'' E. E. Ht-raey was transacting business

Mrs. Susie Hartman, of Gainesville, at Clayno Saturday. 'I' in Lake Butler a day or two last I

And Elder W. M. Moody, of LaCrosse, Mr. and Mrs. E. A Fowler spent week II I

Oscar Thomas und George Fowler, of Sunday in Gainesville with relatives :Mr. Jenkins, of New River, was a .I

fine Hill. and friends. f business visitor, here Friday. II II I

Mrs. Elizabeth Howard and children Claude Renfroe was in our section Mrs P. II. Neal was a visitor to I I

r' lit Gainesville, were guests of her Saturday. Hampton Friday afternoon.

1 daughter, Mrs R. B. Thomas, last' Jake Ward, of Brooker, paased j j!I Charlie Phillips of New River, n

week-end. through! our section Monday morning i! spending the week here with home-

i Services were held at the home of' enroute' to New! River. fol lea.

"d Miles afternoon In hon Rhoda Brown the rick -
Kelly Sunday i Miss was on -
M. J. Batten was the via.-
ili# or of Mrs. Touchstone, of Five; Mile, ]lit taut week. I among
tore to Hampton Saturday.Miss .
''I find a large crowd attended. Millllell Gracey and Ollie Padgett, Pearl Caon of Melrose is

Mm. Ida Howard and daughter, <4 of Graham, were in our burg Sunday
I+ t spending a few day here with Mine un_
Gainesville, wore veek-end gucrts of morning.
Moore.J. .
her father, C. M. Kelly. Dave Green, of Pin Hill was in Dairy
j L King Jr. was a visitor to ,
,
' r j > Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth are the our section Thursday morning on business I''I 'r six __
Palatka Friday. -
y I proud parents of a fine son, born j _
bit cf ,
We have been having: quite a i
June 27th. Miss of Graham vas i
Mary Riley, Cemrere *oifin .v.rywMre
} Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pone and daughter a visitor here Sunday among riendn. j rain'during the past week. .aiei>r*
Mrs. H. E. Moorer and lion, Arthur, never got such cigarette- of JO e/tfsrerre or ton ..*-
P.
1'# Allie were gue'ta: of Mrs. S. L. Mrs.' Edna Stokes, of Gainesville | I| you F *0es3OO( .,.,..re.)in gUmm.
home after
have returned a pleasant |
: inf neper-cover***
earfon Womlronflr
u Prescott Sunday. spent Wednesday afternoon with her '' as Camels hand '
I week's visit with relatives and friends' reeoenmena'.*
Mrs, Frank Stokes spent last week 'ter-in-law, Mrs Alberta. Stokes. '1 carton far the homo or ojfreaoupjilf

Sit the home of her parents, Mr. and I in Jacksonville. I' you. Camels quality and expert .. of wnmn ,you freest
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker of Lk
Mrs. Matt Shaw. THERESSATherensa I blend of choice Turkish and choice R. J. REYNOLDS
Geneva passed through our town on
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eddy, of Louise, TOBACCO CO.

,t visited at the home of R. P. Lewis, July 2.::rtev. E. C. Dickens I J Sunday afternoon I Domestic Tobaccos make this Winston-slem) N. C.
Several of our people are (planning '
Sunday. of Lake City, filled his 8f1point'j to attend the Fourth of July celebra goodness possible-and make
L Mr. Gillespie> of Lake Butler, was ment at the Baptist church you ,l ,

t ; visiting friends in this unction Tues and Sunday, delivering interesting I tion Mrs.in Starke T. T. Bryant next Monday.and children, of prefer this Camel blend to either "1 I

Yj day.Mr. sermons at well attended services. | Dunnellon arrived here Sunday fora kind of tobacco smoked ."
l and Mrs. Brince Roberta and Jim Phillips, Sr., has returned home straight! I
two weeks' visit with her parents
loOn, Roy, passed through our burg from Larkins", after spending: sevualwet.kll. Triest. 'ISr' y \ :
Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Sunday. Camels mellow-mildness
is a !
Ba laden
Sheriff and Deputy ;:
Epperson
i k Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and children ) S. R. Swindel was transacting business .
of Starke, were business visitor revelation Smoke them with
of Starke, visited their sister, in Hampton Friday afternoon.

101,.. R. P. Lewis, Wednesday Messrs. Melvin McKinney and John here Monday. freedom without e
tiring taste 1
Mesdames S. B. Woodard and W A. your
I J. B. Thomas was a business visitor Hall were visitors to Brooklyn SatI I
f Jones were shopping in Starke Tues They leave '
to Starke Monday. urday. no unpleasant ciga-
J day.
i - Mrs. J. II. Moore, of Starke, epent Miss Estelle Woodard is visiting Petty aftertaste nor unpleasant 4 1 I
'i WATERMILL Saturday and Sunday here with h..rlion :
relatives and friends in Starke for
D. W, Moore. several days. cigaretty odor J ii iiw :

I Watermill, July 2.-Mr. and Mrs. Mensrs. Blanton Owsley and calvin 4
and Jim
Calvin Triest, Bill Gnann _
Eury Johns passed through our burg' Triest were visitors to Hampton Give Camels :? '

t Sunday morning enroute to Brooker. Thursday Phillips were visitor to Brooklyn on every test-then

We are glad to report that Mrs. William Hall, of Waldo, visited his Sunday afternoon. compare them puff-for-puff with rvRN1s H J.OM1srC v81EN0

Ida fJoodge. is improving. parents, Mr. and Mrs M. Hail Sun. -

Sollie Carter spent Sunday In! day Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days any cigarette in the world I IDistrict _L4'- '

Gainesville with frientla. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton Draaabtarefundnaoe' If PAZO OINTMENT fsll*

Misses Rhoda and Relut Brown attended attended church here Saturdayand to lii-tantly cure ItrMnn.rr'irve Blind l-.rhlng Bleedlna Piles al Pratradlnit: File.. V<-
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1 i. > . -.pile I -- '
the club meeting at Brooker Sunday.Mr. ?
of May, 1920. .la true and correct to the i
1I.I.n. Jaa. 1. 1810 __.___ 181.10
Lessons and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt of adminbitrator.
j Thursday were given by the NOTICE OP FINAL DISCHARGE DI.t..d N. I < beet of my knowledge and belief.

Ir home demonstration agent, Miss Myra Starke, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Two montha' after date "hereof we will pre. Ii"lanr. May 1. lW20 ..._____ 14A5R..irte E. R. POPPELL.8u".ln..n""nt Th>. 18th day of June. 120. ,
e Herlong... D. W. Moore during the weekend.Mr. cent our voucher* and to the I during month .____ 17.18 of Public Instruction J. E. NORMAN j
o'j'... of W.rmna "hued __________ Administrator of the EeUU of J. W. Norman
Hun Ceo. A. Gardiner. *
Guy Rosier and A. T. Thomas and Mrs. II. S. Roebuck and d......... i
-I8-M-S.l.
f were Ilradford County Florida and ask to be dt"* 1I.I.a... Juno I. 1820 ..____._ 11'.0' NOTICE i
lJ visitors to Starke Sunday, guests of children, of Brooklyn, attended services charged a* administrator of the estate of E. Ol.t"d N. I The Board of County Commlailonen of
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt. here' Sunday.T. I.). AhernathvA deeeaaedTtit lI.lan. Mar 1. ll1aO _______ 5005Receipt. Bradford County Florid., will\ meet. at the NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Df.lt 1;
I'J D. month t." houne UNDER SECTION 878 OP THE
the lath day of Jone, A. n2. dunes O court In the Clerk' Ogee Monday
"''i I'r"\ The county agent. J. O. Traxler, B. Triest shipped a carload of O J. ABERNATHY. W.rraato lMu..s ________ July 8. 120, aa a board of equaliaera for GENERA.. STATUTES i
____.._._. 10.11 Notice .. herevy" given tna r. J. P.._. Ipurchaaer ,
fl.. and home demonstration agent, Miss watermelons one day last week. MRS. ALVA ABERNATHY.Admlntetrator 1I.I.noe June I. 1820 the purpose of bearing complaint and racvivinir -
.* of the Eetat of E. D. Aber.nathy. : M.tAet" N. 10 tentlmony: a* to the value of any property of tax certificate No. 257. dated !f
k Myra Herlong, were in our section John Hall was a visitor to Hampton Deceased. 7-2-tH-S-ZT. : 1I.I.n.. Mar: 1. 1820 ___. 111.111 real I or ,,"_n.l. or mixed a* axed" by the 4th day of July A. D. 188 baa filed. 'J
: I Thursday visiting club girl!. Saturday. _'pta during mono 11.21 the County Tax Aaeor for the year 1920.avalnHt application for la"ld'.s. to fna In accordI I 1anw I
(mud _____.____ I.IS wtt'i ae .. eribrmeea the S
Warranl the
owner of uch
or airenu
; Mrs Florence Gainey' and children, Mrs. Eula Earquett and daughter, FINANCIAL STATEMENT; COUNTY SCHOOL: Balance Jun I. 1820 __________._ 155.82Iletnet erty. prop aid certificate In my office end ha* made j
fJ@1 ; of Okahumpka, spent the week-end have returned to their home IQ Jack. FUNDS.. Ne II C. A. ROBERTS. following described property, altuatod In Bno .
atatemenlof
, ?, with her sister, Mrs. 1) J. O. Green, C'c.unuau..rtnt.nd.nt.eounly school fund. for financial th month ol Balance k.eeipa May during'. tlwre month________ 42.S9..a7 W.Clerk T. WEEKS.end Auditor. Chairman of 8..It..... ford County, Quarter Florid.. of towitrSouthwest Northwest .Quarter j!

I ,, and brother, A. T. Thomaa.I You Guard Again Burglar, But May.: 1H20. Warrant, a.ud" I.M Section 2. Tp. 8. R. 22.. 40 acre*. ,

Sallie Carter pent Tuesday in the What About Rata Kalanee May General 1. 1920 lIoh..1__.!..Fend.._....__ 47.77 11.I.n.. Jan. 1. 1920... _____.___. 10.2tlII.t. NOTICE OF ELECTION Issuance The said land of such being anaeaied at the date of the. I.!
I Rats steal millions of dollars' worthof tteaelpu during month __.._.. .;11'8'.11 N.. n By the power .....d. In them by the School eertiflpftte In the name of
) county Beat with friends. - ._ __._ Cha Roberta A. ..
1I"I.n. Mar 1. 1920 ___ __ 499.62Rerelpte Co. Unlea* laid oertifleat.shall !
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Warrant Issued ____.___....__..___.31011.61Science ? Law of the State of Florid, the Board of
( : Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren and !grain chickens / etc. Destroy during month _._._._. 17.78 be redeemed according law tax deed i
eggs, June 1. 1920 ___.____.__.. . 8888 Public Instruction of Bradford County here will l... \
I ____ then
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Warrana I.uocl 1.56B.Ianee ne on on the 12th du of July.
I i Jack Goodge: motored to Starke Tuel.r property and are a menace to health.If District N*. I _.____ by order an ejection to be held in Van. A. D. 1920. '
11120 810.54Il.trlrt
.... .. .... June I. derbllt ;
11.1. May 1. 1920 Z 87Heeeints Special Sob School Dbtrlet No.
troubled with ? ? ? 10. Wit,,... .
you are rats, try Ne 11Bel my official algnature and teal thaithe Z
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month 58 on Saturday. July
t. ) during t8 .4. 1820. for the purpoaeof
Colds Cause Clrlp and Influenza RAT SNAP. It will surely kill them Warrant "Issued -- ..__ _._........_._ .nee May 1. 1920 ___._.____ 114 44k.eelpa I I elertinii three truMee* and to determinethe 11th day of June, A. D.il920. ,.
'1 -prevent odors. Cats or dogs won'ttou'b Ilalsr.ce .I..... I. 1920 ._____.....__. lit.42 during month___._.._._ 1.119 amount of mill... to be .......d. W. T. WEEKS
___ Clerk
LAKATIVEBROMOQtJIMNETabI.tsrmo.the'sus. 01.,rI.. N.. 1 \\tar..nle .ood ____ 1.IS For the purpose of holding the Aid elec. Circuit Court. Bradford CnnntT.. Fla '
r there .U ouly oo* rumo Qul lr.*." it. Comes In cakes. S sizes, Palme. May 1. 1920 ?__._.-._?... Jabs Baann. Jun. 1. leaD ___ 111..8 lion, the full<,..ln. manairer have been appointed (i I By: C. A. Deputy ,
t:. W GROVE'S .!....,..- oo bos. Sou 25c, r>0c, 1. Sold and guaranteed byMitchell's Keeelpu during month ...____...... 80.84 Dietnq No.II.lan. t F. M. Norman R. M. Alvarei, W. 1.1\-1..7.9 (Seal Clerk. ;
.. M. 1920 _._._______ 2Ht.HO ,
____ Warrant ",.urt! _____....__.._.._ 1. F. Harnaire.. ,
, Drug Store and DeWitt C.Jont"a. Balance Juno 1. 1(20 _-____..._.. 88.22 J.I"! during month ___ 114.09Warnna L. C. POWELL ORDER FOR PlllIl.lt>ATlON S
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SEEDS FOR FLORIDA District Na IO..f'dr.rt ImuedI0i.ne. 1920M. Chairman Board Public Inatniction Bradford In Circuit Court, State of Florida, Eighth
u May 1. 1920 __.?.__._?.... 8.82 Jun. I. .____ 146.452)03de5 County, Florida.A Judicial' Circuit Bradford Cou..UIn Chaneery. i t
month _........_... Mw 51kalanc. Meet .. 1
Oldest Established Seed House in State ttecell'ta during SK8.88 : ;
Warrant issued _____..........._... 278.11Balance May I. 1"2u ._...__ W.315k.cea't. E. R. POPPELL L. R. NETTLES I I
Sead for and Free ...__.._. ..... during month _____ 41." Co. '
Catalogue Price List June I. 1D20 8.15 Supt. and S Sec'y. S25.bt725NOTICE Complainant.MARY .
DON'T LEAVE STARKE!KNo ([ District N.. W..r.nto L.ud" ______.__ 11.11

: E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. Halanee May 1. 1920 ..._..4......... 1ft!.211lleeelpt Balance June I, IW20 .__-___-......_ 69,61Dl.tdet OF NErrLE!.
Ne 11 INTENTION '"5 APPLY FOR '
during month ........._..__
11.81 Defendant
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rl ____. 1I.I.no May I. 1"2U _____....._ 1 ADOPTION OF MINOR CHILDREN
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Warrants "Issued .. _.....- 1 88Balance Notire IK I It appearing by affidavit appended" to the
__ hereby given that
montb 61.94
durlne
Deeept.
on Tueaday,
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4 Jun. 1. 120 _' '''''' 178.28District the 1.11 filed in the above sated ...... that Mary I
N.. W.rr.nto k.u.dlial.ne. ________.__._____ 20th day of July A. D. 1920 the undersigned I
S .
Need to Seek Afsr. The: Evidence Balance May 1. 1P20 -.._.-.__.._... 100.89 Jun. I. 11120 .----- 54.51IH.tdet the Honorable will make application by petition to Nettlea. of the thelate defendant of there Florida in, and named"rxmeeab.heri In ar.dd.nt .
J\WSCHIITO' LEAVES Receipt during month .... ...._. 14021 No. 11 J. T. Will. Judge of the 1f
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'Is at Your Doer. Warrant Issued ____.___...-. -... .. 1.88 n.t.n. Mal 1. 11120 __ I'. Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, for an or. served ao that proeea. of ubooena cannot be
DISEASEi; ? ? nnon her and ia
TRAIL OF i iScientUU __ _ R,_,,'.. du.ln. month -. 11.11 der adopting Alonxo Phillip and Audrey Bell over the ave of twen- I
it.. Ksl.nee June 1920 ___ _ ..._ -
| No uee I W..rnontll I..u.d __________._.__ Phillip, minor heir of the late Percy Phil. ordered that said
Dlstrlrl Ne 8
:Show Danger In Its Ilite i proof, because you have Ititrv at Kalane May 1. 11120 .....____..... 14t.SSKecelpta 1I.I.n. June I.11I..10'1 11120 ._No._ U 11.11 of lip.New. deceased River. and Bradford children County of Frnnle Moody.. mired non-reaidi'nt to, appear defendant to the be bill and of complaint 1. hereby filed..... +
I Florida. The
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| borne. The mragntor! urd statement Warrant durlnir hued" month___..... -_.... ..-..- 10.02. D..I.n. May 1. 1"20 ______..__._.__ 1001Ro nndi-nilrned bring the uncle of the said chll. In said caun on or before Monday: th* Rth ,
88Balance
? 1 day of July A. D. ... '
The whole country ia Infeated with of a Starkt ifklnt !tike that Jun. 1. 120 ......__?-_ _.. 181.00District .h'a curing month _________ 18t.OI d..n..11I5t1.1I.. rations ef ''d bill 19-0. oth.. *. the .\1.- {
( > will be _
? \\.rran'. I..d ._ 270.00 C. M. PHILLIPS. a liken a* onf -
rnosquitoeR. The Government Health given! below, bear uu iDteruHt for every Ne 7 ed by said defendant "
Overdraft Jan. 1. 1\120 _______ "59.98Di.tdet
Bilanee May 1. 1920 _. .... 18998
? ? It I I. further .
Service and other known man, womau child here IDPUrk. N. 19 NOTICE ordered that the order be published -
every agency or kceHptM dun n. month _......._.... 11.76
t 1'I' to* man is being usedto exterminate' Warranta ........t -.._.......?.. ._. 1.88I Balance May 1. 1920 _--: .__.__ 2701ltrce'tta I Herrbynotice I Ia given that the Town Conn In the once Bradford a week for four coniecutlve, weea-. ",
I County a'new.parer
during month ?.________ 115.1 ell of fitarke. Bradford Telegraph
" them. Once they were looked upon U. J. Qrlfflu. prop of grinding mill "arran'' .......s _______.-.----- 10.00 meet at the City Hall on County.Turaday.Florida will publinhed In said county and elate. "

? as an annoyance only; scientists now and cotton gin, N. Walnut St., says: 1I"I..n" Jun. I. 1\120 _.S..i_.._I.__..__ 5.40M.triet I 19.0. .f t clock p. m., aa a board July of equaliaera "th., Thla June Srd, 1920. W. T. WEEKS 1

' 1 know that they leave in their wake "A few year ago 1 was having con 1I.I.ne. May 1. 1vau _.________ 196.01Roeapa I and rrcelvlnii for the purpose tevtimony of hearing complaint Clerk Circuit Coon

1; t deadly disease germs, especially ma- Iderable trouble with my buck aud during month ____.___ any property real, personal a* to, or the mixed value a of* Se..1)) By C. A. KNIGHT.CI"rl"
W..n. a.ued ____._. . I.HI
I laria. Thyiic who are in a position to kidneys. My back became sure and 1I.I.n. Jan. I. Illao _____.___.n. 194." bard 1020valnnt by the town toe tax miweuor for the :year A. 1.. ADKINS. II i,
!know:, vouch for the fact that they painful and It didn't take' much to Why llitot rid N.. II Property. worn or agent of loch Solicitor for Compl..lnaDt.611.1

i have been the cause of more dillpall..aafld cause It to twitch. I felt achy andsore lI.l.m May 1. 1920 _____.___._ lag 9! I Ikeetpt. DeWITT C. JONES
dnvins month 4 12 AU..t.
NOTICE or
n deaths than all the ware from the In every muscle of my body and Suffer 7 Warrants __ ___.____ 1.1' C. A. FUTCH. Chairman Town Council Not.ee I. hereby given FINAL that DISCHARGE.Ia. day from

beginning of time. the way my kidneys acted proved they lI.l.n. Jun. I. 1920 ______.____ 142.11 Town Clerk. 11\.21. the first publication hereof I wfresent. to

Mosquitoes will probably be were In a weakened condition I took __No.___ ii the County Judge of Bradford County.:: Flan
never Balance May 1. 1920 ___?_.. 9011Receipt NOTICE OF ida, final .
Airs. A. APPLICATION' FOR TAX my account and voucher of the
J. Cox of AI- DEED *
exterminated. can, however by Dean's Kidney TUU and not Immediate during month ---.......-..- 488 14 UNDER estate of D. E. .
Hall late
SECTION 878 OF of Bradford
aunty
THE
Warrants Issued ___._. __._._.__. .
dcrton W. Ya 1 88Balanc
writes: ? deeeaaed.
screening spraying of relief Soon the trouble euttrelydisappeared. GENERAL STATUTES and apply for the approval of ,
proper and our
June 1. 1920 _________..__ 49288 ,
Notice I. same and for .
homes daily with TORMENT, rid our I live bad no recurrc.nre J\t, daughter . suffered District, N*. II purchased. hereby: civrn that r. F. River, mi..lotrato. my final dlaeharv aa aueh ad

Balance ____ __________ dayof Tailertlllcnu) No. )
household of of the terribly. She could May 1. 1920 ? IrM tHeeelpta the 2nd Zhudfiled This 11th
them. slnt'e. of day of
complaint urine month __. ..___.. 487.(IS July, D. 1911, June 1920.
TORMENT is a a t'oull'aJlOr in Price 60o. at all dealers Don't not turn in bed . the Warrant .hud .______,- 44 88Balanc laid annlleatlon eertlncat in my office and has made I Administrator DAVID 8. II Hall

which no insect can live. Sold by simply ask for M kidney remedy--jet I doctors gave her up, and Jun. I.District. 1920 _N._____14__________ 78888 with law for as Raid deed terfitlcat to l-aue embrace In accordanee .the- ol th* Estate of E 6.11.948.6I deceased

drufcgints: : general stores and dealers Doan's Kidney l'tiJl-tbe same that we brouht: her borne to Balance May 1. 1920 _____.____._____ ll .' following ford County deaeribed. property, ituated In llrad. I

everywhere. Manufactured by G. H.Williann Mr. Crlf'!o ""d. ,'olter.Mllburu Do. die. She had suffered so Keeelpt durin month .. 7110 florida. torltt ln TPekle1. CreuiRtDCourrtt. State PUBLICATION of Florida. Eighth
W.r..n. Issued ._____ 1888 adoQ n wLake Butter I
Co.? Qviitman Ga., exclusively Mfn.. Buffalo N. Y.Here's much at . time. Having Halsnc Jun. 1. 1920 n. __?___-.,....- 198.78 fh* nld Und Deice Judicial. Circuit Bradford. County. In Cha1cery. -

r 4 -Adv. beard of Cardul we Balance May 1.District 1920 N. _18 __ 98.*9 araeeeed at the data of the iMuatwe; of luch REBECCA BILLIARD, I

got It lor her." Receipt during month-, ... t 124.88Warranta cerlKlc."" In the name of Unknown. Complainant.C.

cud __-?.______. 1.86Ralanee lYnl_ said certificate' shall be redeemed. C. H. MILLIARD I i
"f Jun 1. 1920 _._..-_._._- 118.82 according to law. tax deed will I..... thereon Defendant. ,
IHstriet.. ItBalance on the 2'th day ol July A. D 19211.
May I, 1920 __._._.-____ IS.. .* Wltn/es m" .1I'1.al l ; 1 .'.-nature- and ...1 lisle Mil It appearing by. affidavit appended to tht
ONEb Receipt during month __ -. 8.71Warranta the tut day of Jun., A. D. 120 Milliard:: filed In the above stated -.t C. B t
CAROUI Issued _____, ______ 1 86 W. T. WEEKS the defendant therein leresident Balance Jun. 1. 1910 .___.___. f.42.20 Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford C.c>oo' Florida of the State of Florida, and oneeala .
hlmaelf so that process of subpoena can j'
DUtrlet Na. 17 . *, C A. KNIGHT
.__ _. *-9. ... not be aenred upon him and la the
Overdraft May 1. 1920 ____u 5" - (Seal Deputy Clerk.n ''of over Sao I
i Receipt during month O 14JSWarranta twenty-one years | It la. therefore ordered ,.
iasued ___._.___..__?____ 1.DA that. old. non-realdent defendant be and I* 1 i
; CaI met Is a dangerous drug. It Is Balance. Jun. I. 1920 _________ 11.88 ..u.OTICE< OP ELECTION hereby required to appear to the bill of o n- I,
T1i6 Woman's Tonic District N*. I* f.._" power vestd" '" them *!' the School Plaint (lied In old ..eaua on or before Mon- '.
mercury-quicksilver; and attacks your Balance May 1. 1910 ._____.__. "8" i Hublle of the 8tat of .,orl.... the Board of day, the 8th day of July A. D. 1920. other
I- : bones. Take a dose of calomel to- Receipts during month ____ 10.80 by order. Intruction of Bradford County ....... wine the allevatlon of said bill will lie taken \
nasty Warrant iasued ___ .n election 1 *" "boo h'W'ohna a* confessed by said defendant.
"In 4 80 1
t day and you will feel weak, sick and nau : to a few Improve"days, sue Mrs-began 11.1._ ,Jun. I. 1920._________ 71.11 July town 17 Special 11120., flub for the School 1 f"1"1, oa Saturday. It J 10 farther ordered that this. order be pub.llened .
m.trlct No. It t....._- purpose of electing. three once a week for four eonsseutlv* week* i
I f r 't seated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's Cox continues..lan4 had V Bale 9 May 1. 192O ____.._______.__ 1.7 BOReet I.... to be.nd_to...determine.... the amount 01 mil. In the. Bradford. County Televraph. a new- {
no trouble at. . Cartful a dodos month 18II t>*ITr published" In said county and sap
t' : _- work. I cured her, and we V> .rranta issued ,_._________.... tlnn For the the "" ....... of hiding', he said ear Thl. May list, 1920.
t Its stag Balance Jon 1. 1920 ., ,, 188.81 .Intrd following' m.a..... have been ap. W. T. WEEKS:
I praises everywhere. District. No. I* B. Gorge: Henry Varna. W. M. V...... O. Clerk Circuit Court.
t We receive many: thousands Ftslsr.ee May 1, 1920 ............__.. 8911 I By 0. A. KNIGHT
; Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead 1 of similar letters Keeeipta du..... month ...__..____... I 94 Chairman L C. POWELL, Se.\\) Deputy Clark.
every year, telling ol the Warranta issued ____________. lie fI..arc Publlr Instruction Bnodfof'd A. Z. ADKINS.
1/. Rood Cardui has done for Balance Jun. 1. 120 ____..____?... 78.74 County: Flonda. Solicitor for Complainant. a...1-01
my g",iarantccl' Ask your back to the store and get your District N*. II AttentE
R
t for mosey women who suffer from Balance May 1. 1920 _______________. 12 *1 POPPELL
druggist bottle of NOTICE
DodsontUr
a Take a spoonful of bum!... ; Co| lIu"t. and S..' OF FINAL DISCHARGE
TTtatl *- complaints so common to Receipt durin month _____.__ so.84 8-18-Bt.T.18 Two .
(I r Tone a.d take a spoonful to- Dodion's Liver Too tonight and sex. It should doErdui00 Warrant .iasued ---_____.__.._--____ 2185 NOTICE my voucher month after date hereof. I will preaent

f" .Ight. If it doesn't start jour liver wake up feeling gross It's perfectly r they too. Elel n Halane. Jun I. 1920 _Jum.11011.__?_..___. '_.n 21 80 NotleeUfck.. OF "FINAL given 1'IIIICRARCI that sixty: dan C... A. (,.....In.and... final County account Judge to of the Bradford Hon.
from the flr.t. County, Florida and .
ask be discharged .1adminiet..tor
to
pub..tlon "
aad straighten right better harmless all Of'mUCOUNTY.. hereof I will\ .
you up so give it to your children STATE OF FLORIDA. sent t. t" Culln'r: ",ud... of Bedford pr. of th rate of D. E. HalU d.e'Thisi .-

than calomel and without griping or any tme. It caat salivate, *o M hereby certify that th forolnc Florida. my IIn..t .""oun'. end vouehem County, ,
state 'oc of .
: 1 relate of J W the I0th of
day
t Inaklag you skk I want you too them aat aaytUng aft rwarda merit of th Receipt and Disbursement of aunty, de.eued. Norman 1.1. of JI..drord May, 120.
, and D. S HALL.
the fund of Bradford County for the month apply: for t" approval
? 55Th. and far my final ducharge. Administrator of th Estate'of D. E. Hall.
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FRIDAY JULY 2. H20.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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MILLER FLORIDA MEETING OF I SCHOOL BOARD IN WOODLAWNWo : Miss Louise Hill returned home on I|' oecretarj-tieasurer The chairmen of

SPECIAL SESSION Friday from Jacksonville, where one the committees who compose the '.
Miller, July held 2.-The community fair! .)dl wn., July .-Mr_ and Mrs. had spent a week with t't'lath'u. board of directors will be appointed)

meeting association here Saturday a very interesting I FARMER GAINS Board met in special session June Roman Alvarez, of the Wateroak auction Mr. and Mrs! H. S. Norman loft by the president and a meeting: calledin ;

home afternoon 21st with all\ member present as follows : spent Saturday here with her Wednesday for Inverness, where they the near future to perfect the
Miss Myra.Herlonr, demonstra- sister Mt" D. B. Drowning will make their home plans and begin the fair workHuw
Chairman L. C. Powell, P. M.
tian agent, and Supt. E. R. Pcppell Padgett. T. i !Mrs T !\Norman: and daughter: Mr ___, --- ..-___ __- -.
B PinhoUter. Mr and ,1 S. Sspp of theV "
were.present A committee, both giving wan intereBtingtalks. appointed :, IMPOUNDS The purpose of this meeting being I, Jacksonville Carrie l Ii. \tie,with spent relatives.Mr. the weekend. in > ueroak ectmn was visiting/ relalives I Cleared the Mill of Rats" B>
here FrMiy J. Tucker R. I.
and instructed to meet at Hotel, to appoint an attendance officer and i
RELIEVED OF and !Mrs. J, S. Norman spent
STOMACH THOU-
!
fiscal for the I. N. Norman, of Plant Ciy1/ visiting "A" watchman believe I have
Worthington July 3rd at 2 o'clock to arrange a budget: next; I night
: BLE FROM WHICH HE HAH Sat urdu\ in SUike on busmen '
the home of his sister. Mrs.
make further plans for the commun ; ensuing school year. at I' seen more rats than any Dogs:
ity fair.B. SUFFERED\ EVER SINCE The topic of attendance officer wall Mrs i. H Green a M r11,1I M- E. J. II 111. wouldn't dare pro near them Got $1
of Live HE WAS A CHILD turneo > their home n Jack""nuill.' - I'Kg of RAT-SNAP, insile of 6 works
II. Clyatt Oak, visited his first: taken up and after lengthy disI '
brother D. L. Clyatt Saturday. I (: cussion by the members it was decided last' ">'h after spending n week h> "" ( 4)tlt1UITY FAIR OHO \:\1ZKOA : cleared thorn all out. Killed them by

Misers: Anna Belle I'eeples and Car. I ''I have gained! fifteen pounds on ,!I I to make no appropriation for the enforcement with hi- mother, Mrs. E, J. Hill the score every night Guess. the rest

rie Belle, Brown spent several days of : four bottler of Tanlac and my Improvement of compulsory attendance S. II Thompson wa a business \'t.' iiu'oting/ of the citizen .''i rom were IIt'arl'd'M)'. I'il never bo without

last week with Miss Jewell Russell, of "io health has !been simplywonderful I I law, but instead that in the itor t" .WVsonville Friday. i 1"--! '"nein' district No. 3 wa_ callwl IiAT-SNAI." Three sires, 25c,

Bland. l I recently declared Harry seveial: tax districts that the chairman ;Mrs "al'tt' CrnwfoiC, of !Macrlen- | at Ituifurd Friday' of lat week and I fiic l f 1. Sold and! guaranteed by DeNVitt -

Gus C4yatt, of Ft. Pierce, spent M. Potter, well known farmer livingon be appointed to look after the ny i in "siting her Ilarent.11': and |I an "ii"jciim/atum perfected to hold a C. Jones and Mitchell's )Drug
the week-end with his brother, D. L. R. I'. D. No.1. Tampa, Florida](I attendance and in schools where there Mrs. 3 S Mathis. camuumit.v fair in thU district the | Store. ,
Clyatt. and who for a number of years wa
Mica Elsie Stokes spent several farming in the state of Michigan! be Appointed to look after lame ftniiinc" and Iva Thompson, of ford wan elected president and lt'tu'I"j J. T. Wills spout Friday in

days at Starke last week. "E\er since I was a little boy I Following the request of the board Jacksonville, pent' Sunday here with al manager" :Mr A. D. -.'''' Waldo ut the home of her son, J. T. I

Quite a number of people of this have suffered from weak stomach" the following have be,.n duly appointed their parent president and :Mr W C. Whitten. Will, ,. Jr
continued Mr.
Potter "but for the
ommunity attended 'church Midway
at ----- --
last to serve without pay: .
two it !
years has been so bad ------ -
last week.
that I couldn't I Highland. Wilkerson.i .
eat
meat or olid food I
Olson Thomas attended church at of kind without I i Dow ling-O. B. Gordon, 'U. A A A A A A A A A h A A A A A A A A A A f
any having to pay
Brooker Sunday. dearly for it after wards, by suffer | Tlmmin--A, A. Douglass:
Miss Grettis Thomas visited friends Now: Zion-Gordon IVarce.Brannon .
ing. After meal
a my food would I I
Starke last week
.n -J. Varnes..
seem to lie on my stomach like a lumpof l
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Long nl' d S. C. Crews
lead and I have -
would
HIGHLAND: pains that 1 LEE TIRE
Lake Butler-Dr. J. E Maine.
almost knocked .
me out. I lost all
desire to eat and fell off from a tivndrcd I'' Raifonl, -S. It. Moore. ., J
Highland July 2.-Mms Carrie and Elarbee LowU Harris '
seventy-five to a hundred CONSISTENCY'
:rows is spending couple of weeks and forty youndt in weight. My Pine Grove-R. D. Gnffla.Lawtej .
the guest of II, C. Wimberly and family -T. J. Terry.
nerves gave me all kinds of trouble.
,. ,I !tarkl'-E.: S. Matthews! Lee Tires continue
| and I would roll from one side of the to
3LitiH, Ollie Marr returned Friday bed to the Rising-J. :M. Brownlve ,
other never getting a good!
from a twoweeks'isit with her sistei. night's sleep."When VandiMbflf' -F.'if. Norman. roll up records that
'. Mrs. D. L. Rigby at Starke. lleillironn-N. D. Green.
Brown Bennett, of Brewster, arrived I saw by the papers that New River-G. W. Andrew. surprise car owners {
Tanlac
Saturday for a visit with his mother was helping so many folks I Five Mile-P. P. Dekle.RosierJas. \
Mrs Carrie Starling. decided to try it, and. I only wish I I Ie'ery

F. M. Crews was a business visitor 1 had done so long ago, for it would Brooker-H.. I Rosier*. Gamey. IN State; in cities; in the I country; on i
have saved untold .
me FourI
misery
Mrs.to Jacksonville Chas. Dinkins Saturday.and Mrs. Harris I bottles of the medicine have fixed me Providence-H. D.J.May.Bicllmg.Theressa small cars and olll big ones; on business iSr. Sand \

of Lawtey, spent Tuesday here up and so that I can now eat anything Pine Hill-G. W. Hacn.Johnstown : passenger cars Lee Tires are deliveringbe f ti'
I am never bothered with indiges-
with friends.. I
tion. As I have already said I have -Henry Va mo.. service that is built into them
Gilbert H. Barker, of Jacksonville I gained fifteen Swift Creole-J. J. Blackwelder. ( superior at I
Is here for few visit with pounds in weight! I
a days .
I Brooklyn C. Heiberger. +
the
I like
sleep a log every night and factory.
friends before going to Asheville, N. Graham) -Jas. Reynolds. !
get! up in the morning feeling fine. I '
C. for the /
summer. Nt'bo-T. P. Renfroe. Such consistent performance indicates a )
can't
Just ,
say enough in praise of
H. Jr. visitorto I
C. Wimberly, was a l\IidwMy-J. O. Dennison.
Tanlac, for it is, without doubt, the f''
I of
Jacksonville Wednesday. Palestine high degree uniformity.
I best medicine for all such troubles as -W. B. Brannen. I Cre

Blown Mrs Bennett Carrie Starling spent Sunday and with son, ,1 had"Tanlac Hampton-A.Dobson-J. L. AI.Dow| Durden.I ing. When Lee Tires leave the factory they 11 1,, , ;'
I is sold in Starke by F. L.
relatives at Lawte)'. Bradford-J. V. Edwards.
G. H. Barker of Meredith was the Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug Riverside-A, II. Williams are as perfect as the newest, high grade materials . rrl -

|I Co.; in Lake Butler by Tomlinson- !Miller N, H. Stokes and in
Maines expert( workmanship a rigid
1 Wouldn't Go Camping Without Rat Drug Co., and in Wortliingt ,
-'T7" ,
Suap" Says Ray White t ton by R. T. Taylor,-Adv. r Davis Entert'rile-J.-Jas. Gasklns.B. Browning. spection( service can make them. 4Jyy.w > 1

'Wife and I spent our vacation I I.I I. Ziff-J, P. Lewis. .-rHrooka > t The
camping last summer, rmrll of cooking I guest of H. C Wimborly Sunday -T. L. Chancey. r Motorists appreciate the reliance they are Tread {
ZlgZag
brought rats. We went to town I'I Ed Carter of Dupontarrived' \ Friday Little Springs-3. W. Duhoae able to place in Lee Tires. We'd like to f'atwnr ''I
for a visit with his Mr. .., .. ......
got some RAT SNAP broke up cakes, parents Kelley -J. L. Underhill. .. h..U' and .hll. tYd>
....... ...
put it outside our tent. Wo got the 1 and Mrs. L. S. Carter.I Samp-ion-II. B. Brown show I you why they'll win your confidence.( .... 41. tor mad.. ......."Inequity 1..... Tq u
rats alright-big fellows." Farmers, i I !\ David Lang8& called to dTKI
Guilford-R, L. Mann Q aDd hw .1 eups
.
storekeepers, housewives, should use i Jacksonville Sunday by the serious Pine 1"oreKt.--I..acy klwards; .. clJ4'I: ; .&.t.. .11...... DO bulb Hid** (>f tllKIrtt
illness of her sister, Mrs. John Hall. .. ..
.
RAT SNAP. Three sizes 2ie.! 60c $1. Roberts-II. II. Williams. J *l4l h. p lead Hkltldiiic -
:Sold::; and guaranteed by J, M. Mitchell Dr W H. Hudson of Jacksonville t* uilnlitilwtl. 1'Hr.ilUl II.
Boat pram-E, Moore.' I llMMat ..f III,* "Tilt, ToI' ...d
and DeWitt C Jones. motored out and spent Sunday withI Randolph. O. Strong .tr.1.l .ht U.." .. 1,1.\. vtM lrad
his parents ihlc rut.iMr ttiint that' a
I, Liberty--Stove Johnson. sat..to awing Ui.vlintlt*'fa** Mrs. George Long returned to her' Futch-R. II. Futch. I Griffin & Johns ,, tl
home in Jacksonville Thursday aftera Stark a
Crest View J. W. Prevatt
visit here with her ,
sister :Mrs. I. ...
iP'JAnI Rowe The position of tctiiher training
I was next brought up for discussionand l -..d>Ilr +
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up":: motion and second the position
No \Voi In Chita .- ,
rtis a Healthy -
I wa- tendered Prof S. D. Pad

'healthy All children color,which trnuhl lutiH l with nto*worm ixjur hlood.have and'an.us un a i gett fur the )past two years ,principalof 1

rule thrre tit more or I If.... nloniwh din*"rlwTnCKOVE .. the Cedar Keys High School
's TAS1 ELI.SS Uilll, TONIC illvan riilarl> The following schedule of salaries
lor Iwo 01 three wake. wed enrich tho hUmd !Jni th1aL're'd LEE TIres
prove the dijtratlun.end not 94 a Oenernl Srrimitt'oainti was upon:
Tonic lo t* .wt..I)-")"nm Nature...,lIlh.t Third grades, $66,00. :
lhrewoltordel.'Ither ......rr .and tliv<:ChlM, ": t h. Second grades, $(!5tX<<>.
,,, ..
/ /erforthmillli HI' of taka 'OOa fCAIICi ., ,, First trades 7500.
The principals in the two Senior I

f fa High/: School were to have $:<.!(Of) per ]I "Smile at Miles"
month each and the high school assistants i

were to have $100( per month I ,


Name "Bayer" on Genuine"Bayer each.The following budget wa then I

I adopted for the next year to-wit:

for IcycotJOtanftoCruah and Ward'Lemon. I Printing _____.______nu__ 150.00

Crunh and dci-cht in their cooUngBtreaul Gainesville Dank __ ___ ___ 1,21000 '
cI.II..I"lUIIo..1. I'uN...drcffc.hiq Refunding/ warrants _____._ 4,51000) RTIl'l
..aer .emada
Building and repairs _. 3,000.00
the Their fruit cxquf, oil; p..cI*flavor from!.ft deliciou Wen of. Insurance __ ______-0 Pu____._ llf,3.)5!) :

arano3Oi lumoaabest sue tr dad Per diem and mileage _ .._ 300.00 <
citric:&
). Incidentals for board __u 400.00)
.
Furniture and fixtures . . 2.000.00) ; GOODSBASEBALL
t Clerk for board _. u__ 210.00 e

li Tablets of Aspirin" ia genuine Interest . . __ __ ._ u __ __ 3,000.00 i ,. _Y
Aspirin proved safe by millions I
Vocational agriculture ... _- 70000)
and prescribed by physicians for over ,
Teacher training school ____ 1,000.00
twenty years. Accept or.ly an unbro. Outstanding warrants Brad. r\ ,
,
ken "Bayer package" which contains ford f runty Bank _._ ___ 6,000.00' ::1
directions to relievo Headache,
proper Salary .,' Superintendent ._ l.KOOOO!
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheu-
Salary of tl'schera49,425)0\ )
SO. i.iktism, Colds and Pain. Handy tin
Script drawn follows.L.
as :
boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. )I
C. I'owi'll.bd serv ____ '_ 420/
Druggists also sell larger "Uayer P. M. Padgett do' _.____ 7.20T
-- --
1I packages. Aspirin is trade mark II. Pmholater do __ ______u 7.00 GLOVES. MITTS SHOES i
1'ayer: Manufacture Monoaceticacldcs- ( ,
There being/ no further business theboard
ter of SalicylicaciJ.-Adv. adjourned until tir,,fc Monday in tj tj1
I ?
( a I July BATS, BALLS and BASES
'h'>iDNrt> IDmmQIiI.WIIIIWDIOO1I1GlQWr.t!

I Ii .., /m :
COFFINS & CASKETS .
0t 111 n 111 M 11111 11111 ii i.. I ,

And a Full Line of t I

I Undertaken' -SappltcMA i DON'TThrow -


aI VI OMOHILE HEARSE TENNIS .
) 111itSvy 'iil Always on hand. The bent Ber-
D lice at the lowest prices. Special it away your old
f r attention to telegraph or- shoe, have them re '

TH. Registered Embalmer.g '; paired. Will make RACKETS AND BALLS
I them like new. Par-

g DeWITT C JONES cel post one way. We

I Im buy old shoes.Ucciric .
,.. 5T ARKE. FLA. I

.W.ltllQ11l' >rrats tmmmmma Im Shot! ShopF.
I B. LILIENBLUM
m } C HOLLIN CIS WORTH. Prop. ,

c.. .A ++'*+++M HHttl M Ml I IM I i I

I i COCKROACHES I II

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tail Icla Bollling (o. I I MATER BUOS. RATS AND MICK I t..r
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