Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 9, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY 9. 1920. TWO. t

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DEATH 01' FRANCES COLLEY I NO REST:' FOR SHINERS
CELEBRATION: ON FIFTH ;\l.lt111.mWWNI.Et'S LAW.N: IVMN: : STUMP CEl.mm.\TEi': t'
Many hearts went out in sympathyto Sim:; William ad Burt; Hughes Latest PARTY ...n"1'I1 IUKTHDAY ('" \

Mr. and Mr. J. F. Colley when i it Round-up i .h \
was learned last Saturday morning At th..lr lovely country home Mi. Mr. and Mrs. F. K Stump gav: t, 1
that their beloved little daughter,,,,, Sheriff Eppel'-d; ;; Deputy Bais- WAS A GREAT SUCCESS and Mrs, J. M Brownie] gave their their charming little daughter Evelyn '

Frances, had passed away, after an i I i den went to Brooker last Friday night lit 111* daughter, Martha, a charming | a lovely birthday party on Thursday \" 1 }I
illness of twenty days with typhoide"l'r. 1': and while there found Sim Williams, I' Starke's celebration of the nation's advertising: standpoint was the Quigley lawn patty, on Saturday afternoon afternoon? tho lilt invt., at their k 1 I
colored, manufacturing moonshine In biithday, held :Monday, was an event llronm on.pony'a. Followed by a from four to ..ix. the occasion being ('J home on Thompson street. ,
Parental love and care combined his kitchen with the usual lard can that will be remembered for a year' I banner rana giant broom, which tho fourth anniversary of the little The popular little hosloss wore a :

with the efforts of skilled physicians and pipe. Two quarts of liquor, and I we hope not longer for our next ,complete! nil<1 the boy who was Inside lady's birthday.A dinnty frock of canary colored organ ,
and trained nurses did everything barrel of beer were also found. Wil. ,, Fourth of July we must try to make and turn"- i .assible to stay the dread disease, Hams was arrested, and when before still greater. The day was clear and came a dawn small boys, each carrying happy' children wont out from! townto same material I. and! happily receivedher '
but on the 3rd of July Judge Gardiner Monday, plead guilty 'dry., Tlu. mayor and his staff had attended on In- shoulder a little broom attend this patty, and the sweet many little friends, who each :
her like and was fined $50 and court costs, to everything under their jur made likr a I'inThe squad was little hostess received such. lovely gifts brought her a 'beautiful gift. '
"Death came to an untimely I J
which were paid. isdiction to make thing go smoothly. commanded! by a Rel'minltl'ery crows from the guests who viimo to make As this pretty party' canto so near Ii I
frost flower When the ofllcers returned to I The property owners had shown their''' grained sergeant. shouldering a big merrywith her Red, white and blue, the anniversary of our ivationnl Independence '"
sweetest
the of all the
Upon field." Starke Sheriff Epperson and Chief civic pride by leveling uneven sidei broom. The little soldiers and their the Fourth of July colors, were used! day the patriotic color of

Kite went to the home of Burt Hughes i walks. Every business house and' oflicer wore gay caps, anti] kilts of in profusion for decoration and one I red, white and blue wore used in the
Trances Selena Colley was born in colored to look for a negro wanted most of the private residences were broom com ; the Om'N'ol'e in addition of the pleasing features of the aftl'r-I docorutlons. Vasos of crimson canes,
November 29 I for J' adorned with flags streamers and and noon was a decorated puny and / i-"d white
Williston 1908 and attempted robbery. They found a a board of broom corn prod- I and roues made the rooms
when she was eighteen months old: moonshine still in Hughes' house, and i bunting. (Free ice water hud been provided I Igous hump. His 'hidings seated the whll'ha kept busy. giving the childipn ', accord with the festive idea, while

moved with her parents to Starke, he was attested and brought before and ice cream, cold drinks and j kids out of aear's growth, and near- rides. From a gaily decorated bunting and flags wore used I in abundance r
where she afterward attended the Judge Gardiner, where he pleaded watermelons were to be had in unlimited -I canned a !gout wagon to run away 1 punch bowl( placed under tho shado of not only tn tho house but on
Bradford High School being one of guilty to making shine. lie was fined l quantities. Out of town pen- j|11) break up the procemion. The a 1rcM>sues hills Mac I.miir coil the porch and in the yard. Tho punchbowl \ I I

the brightest pupils in her classes $100 and costs, which were paid. I pie who had not brought lunches along ,i I M'Ufoant was L. King in happy dmI i Elizllbl.thlrowlIll'l'\ served delicious! was placed on the porch, and
always ranking among the tint In found plenty to eat at reasonable prices I I I guise. The squad looked like Puck i cold punch. Miriam Ortngus saw that scholarship and deportment. At the PRIZE AWARD !1 and his fairies on their way to sweep i A nenrvli for hidden peanuts gave guest received the rofrpithiiig drink. t _
close of the past session she was pro- Throngs began to arrive early in around Oberon's palace. They were the little peoplo much fun. Amongthe Miss Olive Ray told the children! a .I
moted to the eighth grade. In her The following associations and individuals the day'and all the seats that had I followed by little James Hollings- gills, 1 Eloise Ritch'found the large story about the adventures of the ;

study of music she also evinced decided who took part in Monday's I been provided were soon occupied but worth and Leon Kite, each with a est number, and received a bottle of Atgonauts to which they listened
talent for one of her age. She festivities, received prizes: happy groups found quarters under gloriously decorated goat wagon, and perfume' as a prize. Among the boys, with rapt attention, after which the 'r.
was a regular attendant at the Meth. Association floats-First ,prize, $10, the trees and in the afternoon the ar- the Odd Fellows' goat. Walter McDonald( Jr., won the prize, little people were blindfolded and e

odiet Sunday school find three years Ladies Aid Society; second prize, $5, mory wail converted into a rest room. The appearance of the best designed a box of nindy. / tried their luck ago united with that church. Fran- local order W. O. W. The stores were full of shoppers, the and gotten up float would have The birthday feast was nerved froma match on the end of a fire cracker "-'t

ces gave promise of a beautiful life. Commercial Floats-First prize, sidewalks were so packed with hu. been spoiled by poor lettering but thelettering prettily appointed table on the lawn, fuse. k In this contest ilettny Stern
of much usefulness but the all-wise $10, Consumer's Lumber Co.; second manity that those who did not "fol. on every sign and bannerwas a beautiful white cake forming therenter berg won the prize\, a beautiful silk \ i
Creator who rules our mysterious prize, $5, D. C Jones. low the crowd" had to take to the artistically executed by E. H. piece. On the cake was em. flag, and A. E. Wall, Jr., received the 'f
Decorated I pavement. Automobiles were parked the bossed "M. E. I1. 11)1.1920.! ( > and consolation whistle. A hunt for 1 d
lives saw fit to transplant her to the autos-First prize, $10 Steenberg painter. a
heavenly country. Miss Florence Matthews; second prize everywhere. Only ten years ago no I I There were several. tastefully decorated four red white and blue candles lenttheir candy hearts out on the lawn result a
$5 Mrs. D. C. Jones. one would have dreamed of such signs I automobiles in the procession. twinkling light on the festive ('tI| in Alice' Fernandez receiving a silk .. t
"Leaves have their time to fall Horse race-First and second prizes of wealth in this county, but Monday's More will be Raid of them in another scene Ice cream and delicious homemade flag for finding the largest number,

And flowers to wither at the northwind's $5 and $3, Beck & Ellis visiting horse crowds of prosperous, happy, well- ; place, but wi will hero make mentionof cake were served by Mrs. while to Dorothy Ritoh wan given a .
breath. dealers. dressed people demonstrated that one, -decorated in Easter lilies ItrownW. Mrs. W I... Wall, Mrs. W. whistle as a booby prizt The children '

And stars to set; but all, Mule race-First prize, G. L. Sapp, Bradford county II l going ahead with urass, butterflies and fairies The C. Powell Mrs J. II. Hitch and Mrs. also enjoyed circle games on the 'i .i
Thou hast all seasons for thine 0 rapid strides. I i I handsome A. V. long, of Palatka. Each little lawn after which they Invited
$5; second prize, S. F. Griflls, $3. young ladies in the car were
Death I" Relay race-First prize $5 Chas. The sports and racings were car. |, were arrayed like fairies, with their guest receive' da flag us. a favor. to the dining room where l Evelyn'sbig .'f
The funeral took place from the Johns. ricd out according to program, but long luxuriant tresses unconflned. I Littlo Miss' Martha Elizabeth birthday cake was' the center of ,
forbids us to into details ex-I Itrownloc had an guest at her party, attiaction. This wonderful cake .
Methodist church Sunday afternoonat Sack race-First prize Maurice space go This ear probably received more at. was ,.
4:30: and was attended by a large Edwards $3; second prize, Thomas / cept as to the main event of the day, iI j tention than any other. Dorothy and Eloise hitch, EthnlinWhite : surrounded, by a wreath of asparagus yrtm,
number of friends and relatives. The Limbaugh\ $2. the grand pageant. It was led by tho The pageant was nmriihalled by j I I Julian Peek, Jr., Clara Louise fetus and brilliant l1altul.tlullla-the i I
floral offerings were numerous and Hundred yard dash-First prize, I police mounted on fine horses. Then I Captain IVWitt C. Jones. Its several' Perk, Betty and I Rosciw McLnne, Mary flower of (patriotism, wliilo live red :
came the Kerry brass band of Jacksonville Ilrownlcp, Sura \Hope llayneo, AliceFernandez and, white candles burned until blown '
very beautiful; besides's Starke'schoice Willie Epperson $Ii; second prize, parts moved smoothly along withouta
flowers there were handsome Harold Wall, $2.50. followed by the military hitch Georgia Haynes, MerrillFuUh out by the little hostess. The children I'

pieces from Jacksonville florists. Rev. Egg rolling contest Miss Ruth company in new uniforms making a. The "processional" being ov'r. tho"rl'l'l'a..iDIIIII" \ Evelyn and Marjory then marched\ out on the lawn and C
I[. C. Jenkins, pastor of the First Diggs, $2.00. I goodly presentationNext came decorated was not without enter Lester Price linliinsnn I'mil stump'l wore seated on rugs, where they :
Methodist church of Gainesville, performed ----- ..--- automobiles some of these car. tainment. There was speaking' by J>lIulill.I111'r.! 1'Ilr'dICI'; , greatly onjoyod the bountiful birthday t.
the last sad rites, rending I rying the Confederate, veterans, Inter. Mayor John W. Martin, of Jackson I E.: Wall, Jr., "Florence, Li-ila lieu mid treat of home-tnada i cake and ten! ;1 t'
RIE AND GROOM; OTIIF.:./ : 4TII Elizabeth Joa Kdwurdit: Jr.
| Andrews ,
with O
from First Corinthians, 15th chapter I mixed floats. (ie! float belonged! elite He complimented our citizens rream, {
after which he spoke on "The Nearness 1, to the Woodmen; it was loaded with on the success of the day, gave some i Martha Powell Eunice l Citnova. Juntosi :Mi'Ri Rtuntp was assisted in enter- 4
of Heaven to the Christian." The Among -thomany pretty featiir-material! and tools of their "trade" pointers on town building and ended I I i Richard Wainwright, S, II. Johns, Jr., twining and varying, by Mrs O. L.
choir sweetly sang, "When My Last of the Fourth of July parade was a and was followed by a procession of with a short resume of the history of !, W niter McDonald\ Jr., Charles: |.uC an Haynes, Misses Olive Ray Miriam .
Hour Cometh," "My Jesus as Thou | miniature bride and groom whoI I sturdy sons of the forest carrying axes our nation and our stale Ire in a Wuinrlght, Arthur Darby Jones, Sin i' Ortugu. and Isnbrl 1..1.,1.,1.' The
Wilt," and "Abida With ;Me." The I marched for same distance and then on their shoulder One float was good: speakerand was often applauded. clair Perk Jr., ('harl.-s. nod l David lint of guests included: I'.Iolso: and ,
choir was composed of :Mrs. E.: :M. j rode in the parade. This beautiful | the Woman's Club a tastefully docn-1 Then there was the picture showat Alicarn, \\1"1 lilY Stornberg, Annie Dorothy hitch, Elholin White, Martha .
Johns Rev D. I). Law, Mrs Emily I little couple attracted much attention ';rated' International truck, loaned by the Gaiety and later dancing at the Long of Pulutku, hazel and l Lois Ad- Powell' Eunice (Cunovn natty Mc-
as the handsome groom was only five J. kin Richard and Loin 1..lIIjI', Virginia
Miss Hilda Wilbur II. Pollard, of Green Cove Springs, armory. I.ane Julio Etta Tanovn, Ava Lou
Phillips, Struth years of age and the blushing bride Murlu arid. W. 1' Wookn, of Ilrook'er" ,
then one for the Farmers' Union Poppoll( Clara Louise Peek, Hazel Ad-
Scott :Miss
Eva Epperson, No orderly assemblage evercame
accompa- more
had seen only three summers. This S. T Poll of GuincHvilln.
II showing that this organization is very kips, Palsy nrinson Lois Adkins,
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together than that which greeted .
nist.The wee bride and groom are the two pretty much alive; then the county agent'sfloat - I".ill i Long, Ruth SteitilitMg, Mary
pall bearers were: Will String- p Stake Monday. There wan no accident
fellow little daughters of Dr. and Mrs. not the least important for' the THE: IIKIHK\ ANII GROOM; OF PIP- Ilrownleo, Murlhu, llrownli-e Pauline
Hollis Knight: Charlie Johns to mar the pleasures of tho '
Othma L. Haynos. The oldest girl 1'1'AItS: AGO; '
county welfare. "Farmer Brown of Minor, Alice Fernandez, Leila DonAndrews '
George White, Wilbur Scott and Warren -
Sara Hope, was dressed as a typical ,I course, was along in his wagon: his day.The Sara hope' mid l GeorgiaHaynes ;
Perkins. The interment took placeat bridegroom-conventional suit of' chin whiskers had been neatly trim- pageants were not only a partof : In eighteen hundred sad l seventy itoncoe McLane, Jr., S. It. I t
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Crosby cemetery, under the direc- black, stilt white collar and tie, and I mad by "Samantha" and he wore thv the day's sights. They would I have II I The twenty-third of June1, Johns, Jr., James Richard Wuinwrlght' '
tion of DeWitt C. Jones, undertaker. to complete the outfit a high black I I acme hat he had at San Francisco. been uninteresting had not the im Robert and Martha becameHappy Richard Harvard Hilly Graham Lee. ;'
Relatives of the family from out hat. The little bride Georgia mense crowd been present to view bride and I
dainty I Mia wagon was loaded with things j i! groom. ter Price Robinson, KMrndge" Robinson .
of town attending the funeral were: was gowned in white with orange bought at "Jones' Hardware, suh." thorn, and our business men recognize Milton rtrownloo, Jr. A. F.:. Wall, '
J. R. Carter, Mrs. Hall, Mr. Robinson, blossoms in her hair, carried a shower' Samantha's face was a color scheme this ami,' are grateful for tho IIt\\;<>n- I Took tho holy solemn vow Jr., Richard. 1"111Charh'M" ? and David 'I.Ahearll. 'I..1

;Mrs. Carter all of Jacksonville; Mr. bouquet and was just perfect from I of red and white and her hat was dance. What they did was for the That bound the two together; Merrill I' utc'h, A. M. IVltit, :

Fugate and daughter Ruby of Bron- her long white veil to' the tip of her | adorned with blue ribbons. Mr. Fling sake of cementing old and forming From then unto tho present now, Jr., Jim Poppoll, Julian Pook, Jr., .
son; Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, of Archer white slipper. i new friendships in business way A bright and weather
dainty and Pete Canova, who personated the 11n stormy Puul Knight, penny Utoniberg, Wal.
; Mrs. Sullivan and daughter town, like an individual that does not .
pair played their .parts well. The ter McDonald/ Charles Luclan Kick
:Miss Sullivan, of Williston ; Mr. and ; I advertise will eventually be forgotten\; Hand in hand and heart in heart
DENNYHMRICK; float of the Consumers Lumber Co. liter, .Sinclair Peek Jr., Thclma and
.[rs. Charles Colley of Valdosta Ga.; was in the shape of a house, in which I in these days of financial Indepen They've moved along together, Melba Silcox Hazel' Middleton, Merrill '
Mrs[ Weaver of Ocala; and Ray Col. Miss Margaret Hamrick and Dr. was displayed the material tools, I' dence. Let us "keep everlastingly at Building as they've onward 'bound, McMillan Thelmu Androu Martlia ';
ley, of the U. S. Navy, headquarters it," until Starke becomes as she Pillars, strong and round.
Claude Denny were quietly married fishing tackle and sporting goods this Tracy, Robert Traxlerllon] .s Tra.
Washington, D. C.FAMILY Saturday afternoon, the 3rd inst., at I enterprising firm deals in. The piquancy should be, a large and prosperous. : cy Annie Long, of I'alatka, Annie ,

1:30, at the home of the bride's mother I of the exhibit was added to by city. Cross the fifty chasm years, Murrhoo, Isabel Ferttunilez, Miriam "

REUNION Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick on Lafayette two little children, with blackened "Tha sword obeys my hand the hand Sons and'daughters, here they stand; (Ortagufi, Marjory .Stump. :;
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street Rev B. 1 D. Law, pastor I faces, who looked through the win my will Helping one h with other's hands,
A notable and interesting family of the Baptist church performing the dows. On a trailer was a WI'1built\ And given will and hand end sword i Mako the bridge the chasm span.) ASTERS-LIVINGSTON ; '

eunion was held at the home of Mr. nuptial ceremony. I boat, equipped with the Evinrude propelling I pray I t Miss Marie Livingston and Reid Me-
and Mrs. Henry Varnes, near Johns- Preceding the ceremony the bridal I machinery Thee tell rue why should any man be And now while waiting on this side, Masters worn quietly married at the
It own, Sunday, when forty persons party sat down to an elegant wedding A very striking exhibition, from an 1"01'1'' I Watching: the bridge at l>v'nlnlotido., hume of the bride's parents this morning I

'ere present, nearly all being chil- dinner' and immediately after the ceremony Memory's lamp would light their way at 8:1)0:: by the Rev J. C. Tims. ,
Iren and grandchildren of Mr and i the newly wedded couple accompanied To former scenes of other days pastor of the First Presbyterian ..
Irs. Varnes. They were, II. O. Varnes by Misses Hall and, Turner MRS. MITCHELL GIVES: !SEWING i ed: Misses Doris Scott Louise. and I church, in the presence of relative q

und family and I. B. Varnes and fam- of Douglass Ga., left on the Limitedfor PARTY Minnie Ilnssent, Doris Law, Florence Scene that like sea billows roll, arid a few close friends.

jply. of Bradford county; II. C. Varnes St. Petersburg where they will Matthews, Hilda Lewis, Ruth () : ,Forms where tender voices rail The bride was lovely in a blue taffeta .
nd family, of Lake Wales; C. L. visit friends after which they will Mrs. J. M. Mitchell gave a delight) Emma: Powell, Cassie White, iJlg"1 I Tarry not," but onward! move frock hat and accessories to .

Varnes and family, of Bartow; Mrs. tour the east coast on their I return to ful sewing party at her pretty homeon I ret Hamrick, Amelia and Olive To the radiant lights above ",,ate'h. and carried a beautiful bouquet j
Alice Hogarth and family, of Green Savannah, where they will\ make their' | West' Madison street, Thursday Ella Mae Long, of Palatka; Mrs. Ron. Where all is peace and light and love. of bride roses, and valley lilies

K.OVO Springs, and Mrs. Elizabeth home. i morning, the 1st Inst., in complimentto | roe McLane Miss Porter, of Atlanta; The golden wedding! ff> Elder: and (froth she and the groom/: were unat
Howard( and children, of Gainesville. The bride was gowned in a hand- I I her attractive house guest Miss ,I Minima Hall and Turner of Douglass, Mrs J, R. Dukes to whom the above tended.

The tables groaned with abundance some midnight blue taffeta, with accessories Sara Davis, of Madison. I Ga waa written, was celebrated. at their An informal reception .was hold following ,\
and watermelons, cantaloupes and to match. For the past eight The drawing room and -hall were home near Dukes on June 27th the ceremony, the youthful

peaches were in great plenty.Mr. years the bride has been teaching in' decorated with handsome potted FEES: ();COUNTY OFFICERS The'! day was one round of pleasure couple leaving shortly after In their

Varnes is in his 76th year still Douglass, Ga., but has spent her vacations plants and large vanes of sunflowers.The WILL HE LIMITED IN 1921 I'' from beginning to Nil!. All the children I'ar. keeping, their destination a secret. j
bale and hearty. lie has lived on his here with her mother, Mrs. Sar time passed agreeably with social except Mrs. J. R. Groover of On their return they will make
arm since he was ten years.. old, ex- ah L. Hamrick, and while here has conversation, sewing and several well Big: fees collected in the pant by Brooker, were present Those of the their home at 218 Hyde Park Ave.
opt for the years spent in the Cbn- gained: numbers of friends who wish rendered, amusing recitations by lit. county officials come to an end with children present were, Mrs. J. D. Mrs. McMaster ]Is the eldest daughter .
ederate service. He has an enviable her much happiness as Mrs. Denny.Dr. tie Miss Lucile Mitchell. the expiration of terms of present of. Gaincy of Guilford, Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. G>. C. Livingston,
ame throughout the county as a manf Denny is a druggist: of Savannah The hostess nerved a tempting salad fleers, according to provisions of act Wade Thomas, of Gainesville Mr and and Is popular with a wide circle of .
> probity; he has lived a useful life I a business man of fine reputa.tion' course, being assisted In nerving by of the legislature of 1917. Mrs. Tom Segar of Gainesville-; friend who will wish her every hap > 1

"id he had a good right to be proud and is to be congratulated on her daughter, Lucile Mrs. Roscoe Mc- In other words-instead of securing Mossrs. J. M. and T, A. Dukes, nf piness. The groom Is a son of Mr '
t; the reunion, surrounded by so many winning so lovable a bride. Lane and Miss Davis The great surprise all the fees, as in the past, county Duke Several of the grandchildren and Mrs. R. J. McMasters and Is! -n- 'I ,

fi ions, all in good health, prosperous T SPECIAL of the morning came, however, officers, whose terms begin January were present, and a bout of other relative ployed with the Parsons Insui'niu' '
"nd re pected. BUFFS WANT SESSION: when each guest found on her platea 1, 1921, will receive compensation. on a and friend of the bride and agency His many friend will rxtrdcongratulations

The FLORIDA LEGISLATURE: small envelope containing a card on graduated. basis, fixed by the net income and best wishes.- ,
I repasts were enj.iycd under the The National Woman's party, in.a which was written "liamriek-Denny. of the once t Tampa Times, July 7th.
: ler's ofllc the I.
; today attorney general _
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.oaks, ,planted by Mr. Varnes' farr : _.___ _. I
statement given out at Washingtonlast July 3rd, 1920.:! The bride elect, Mis Under the new law the official will states that he construes 'chapter 7:1:14of : : -- '
who died 65 :years agOj These Thursday declared that senti- Margaret Hamrick was then the center get all the first $1,800 fill of !groom I
cent the
of
nerable trees have seen members of ; per I arts 1917, in regard: to the Mr. and Mrs. Dukes. are the proud
ment favoring a special session of the of attraction for the entire group, the next $1,000, or any fraction/ thorn- abolition of the fee system, to moon parents of six.
P.i living children
family and and It is hop- thirty-
come ,
/go Florida legislature to act on the Federal who then understood the social cam.ouftago of; 40 per cent of the next $2,000, or that deputies and assistants to the eight grandchildren
they shade and : arid twelve
may yet provide suffrage amendment wait indicated that the hostess, Mrs. Mitchell fraction thereof great
elter for reunions in ; 20 per cent of the +I county officials shall, be paid out of grandchildren. .
many similar in replies of legislators to a test had practiced in giving this wedding next $2,000.} or fraction thereof, and tho gross receipts of the office and Each family I,
future. this
._ poll being taken by the Woman's par- announcement party under the guiseof 10 per cent of the residue. I that from the remainder, which would carried with present them on a basket occas.Ion and
ty.The a sewing party. The number and compensation/ of be the net receipts the official fees it well filled with
Florida state constitution like I :Miss Hamrick is the grandaughtcr clerks and something good teat <>
CARD OF THANKS deputies will be fixed by | should be calculated and deducted according and about two o'clock it J Japrl'ad
that of Tennessee contains a provision of Prof. George C. Looney. who I is so county board of commiiisfoners. The ,, : to paragraph two of the act. table was ,
on a that bud linen
. We desire to sincerely thank our I prohibiting a legislature from act- well and favorably known in Starke. officer in the larger counties will Mr. Swcarmgfn says that the legislature pared for the occasion. pre.
: After .
thank
friends for their many thoughtful acts Ing on a Federal constitutional amend Miss Hamrick has spent the pant have their proceeds reduced' cOII.ldf'r'l' probably Intended that the, excess had been returned all .,
** kindness Tendered during the illl- ment unless elected after the amendment eight: years teaching in Douglass, Ga., ably but in smaller counties there will i should be paid into the treasury around the table, present gathered
less and death of our little daughter had been submitted to the state. where she has many warm friends. be practically MS much in each office although/: the meaning of this section hour, eating those and enjoyed the I
:Frances. Solicitor General Friernon, in a recent Fur several summers she has good things as well jilt..
Especially we extend our spent as at present. is not clear. According tn Mr. Bwenr. as enjoyIng !being sLater
thanks to Dr. Middleton who BO faith opinion held that the Tennessee pro- part of her vacation her with her ingen, the county commissioners are In the together !: .
fully did vision had been invalidated by the decision mother, !MrSarah L. Hamrtck and afternoon all departed .J.
everything in his power to Tallahassee July 1.-In an opinion only authorized to fix the amount of for their homed, wlllhlneMr.. and Mrs. +
help his of the court in the hai won number of friends In Starke.
supreme
of
patient.Mr. Attorney-General Van C. Swear j I compensation for assistants, not to Dukes many happy returns of the '
and Mrs J. F. Colley. Ohio' referendum case. MM Mitchell's list of guests Indud. ingen. which reached the comptrol, pay it out of their fund, day.

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i. Inman Harrison, of Worthingtont, vernsi where he ha accepted a po I' Mr. and :Mr*. C. E. Harper have recently 9 i IT IS COX AND ROOSEVELT

motored to town Sunday, sition. been transacting business in

-, 1 I Hollia Knight, of Starke, spent last j, Mr*. T. C. William was shoppingin ,' the state metropolis. Struggle for Democratic Presidential
Tuesday the guest of Hal Maine Starke Friday.Mr. Dr. Middleton, of Starke wa attending Nomination Happily Over

j Evelyn Piper, of Jacksonville, pent and Mn. Edward HUHard. of to professional business here *
County News Items Valrico arrived here Sunday for a Monday.
July
I t the week-end with her mother. San Francisco 6.-James
viiit with her parent, Mr. and Mrt. There wiii be preaching at the Baptist A.
=< ', Mr. H. L. Sprinkle motored to Five D. L. PhillipMr -. church next Sunday morning ani: Cox, three times governor of 01
Mile i nominated for president
i Saturday afternoon. j was on tl
last week in
w' Imttrtttlnl Fact Gathered During the Week by Our A. E. Proctor: pent Saturday Jacksonville* E. Kite with spent her sister, Mn., S. evening.:Mrs. Easier, of Valdosta, and lit forty-fourth: ballot this morning in a

I .,. Regular Correspondent Highland. Futch. tle daughter, are guest of her mother break-up of one of the most prolongs i

k t | Carl Alderman pent the week-end Mr. and Mri. Marion Reddish of P. B. Hunt, this week. deadlock: in the history of nati.nt,

... -- at Palatka. the Wateroak section, were visitor :Mri. Benjamin Krichelo, of Jacksonville 'i political parties.
)II'. and Mr[ Geo. Faircloth return- here Sundnr. has returned to her home after I' Franklin D. Roosevelt of New Y

HIGHLAND I afternoon. t ed to their home in Jacksonville Wednesday Rev. D. L. Phillips spent Sunday in a visit with her father, W. E I, assistant secretary of the navy, w
Mr*. Melvin, of Starke, i is pending morning, after a pleasant viiitj Jacksonville\ the guest of his daughter Hutch enson. nominated for vice president. toda'
I Highland, July 9.-Mr*. Stephen the week with her lon, J. J. Morgan. 'j with relatives and friends. convention and became
'I Mr*. W H. Norman. Mrs. W. P. Birt and children, of i i by the the
Padgett and children and Miss Ella Mr MUIi, of Starke, was In our Mr*. Ray Dubose, of Worthington, Messrs. J. S. Norman< .and Edward Alachua county, were visiting relatives |, running mate of Gov James M. Cox,
k Padgett were visitor to Lawtey lest town Tuesday afternoon. motored to Lake Butler Tuesday and Milliard attended the picnic at Starke and friends in Hampton Saturday j of Ohio. Democracy's choice for the

i Thursday. Mr*. Price and children, of Starke, wa a guest of Mr, and Mr. Bob Monday and Sunday. presidential nomination.
Mlu Winifred- Wiruaerly and Meisr -i visited Mr. and Mr*. Murphy 'Price Green. Mrs. T. C.: Williams spent the 4th I
:' *. Gilbert Barker and H. C. Wim- Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. I Miss Mae Kinney, who is taking in Jacksonville with her parents, :Mr. Card of Thank! of
I We wish to thank our friends for | Jim Beatty-21 year age, ((4 "
motored to Thurs- normal work at Gainesville theweekend '
berly, Jr., Lawtcy spent Crawford.
and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, and Mrs. F. the Pensacola 'hospital in
death at
their kind services during the ing a
day. and Mr. with Mr. and Mr*. M. L. Mr. and Mn. D. Browning .
Reisie, and Mrs. Murphy entertained
I. > and burial of beloved Mrs. Mollie[ cirtical condition. He live with a
+; Owen Marr, of Mimi, arrtved'Sat- Price spent the Fourth in Starke. McKinney.John the Woodlawn singing class
broken neck and may recover H
Beck. We also thank the friends for
; p urday fur a short visit with his father, ;: in and Henrietta Padgett/\ motor with a social: Saturday evening. Dif-
Frank Cone of Pine Hill, was ed to Worthington Sunday afternoon. the many beautiful floral offerings, I was out swimming Sunday and divI
J. T. Marr.Gilbert j ferent until late
were played i
a
C town Monday afternoon. I Mr*. Garland Pharnell, of Jackson- :, games brought ai the last token of love and i from a bridge into a creek, striking a
all invited
hour when into the
w II. Barker left Saturday< for i I. 'v. Pinholater, Jr., motored to yule, is the guest of her mother and where were respect. :Mr. C A. Beck and Family. submerged log. and his neck was bi
delicious
' Jacksonville to visit his sister, Mrs. I Worthington Saturday afternoon.Rev. father. dining room a supper | Mrs. Louise Swindel and Family, : ken in two places.
before was served. Those present were Meirs. -
E. S. Carpenter, for a few day ,
'f" Ridenour of Gainesville, will I Miss Josie Parrish returned to her
going on to North Carolina for T. B. Browning, O. E. Rhoden,
' i1.. the summer. fill his appointment at the Missionary home in Ocala Sunday after a Pleas- j Walter Wilkerson, Laramore and
Baptist church Sunday. Everybody ant visit with relatives and friends. ,
Elam Rhoden. Lee Browning and S.
II. C. Wimberly Jr. Sundayat "
Yi spent invited.
Mr. and l\lra. Harris Tomlinson vialted
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J. Elva and
at Rideout, guest of :Mr. and Mrs. R Pearl Green and sister, :Mrs. Edd relatives in Starke last week. \ Stal'ling11.1. Nancy
Neta Irene Edna
Starling, .Rhoden.
C. Thorpe. Lewis, of Pine Hill, were shopping in What Does The
J1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crews, of Guil- Browning, Debbie Phillips Mozelle\
Mr. and Mr*. Robert L. Crew and town last week.A. ford, motored to town Saturday. Browning and Lois Norman., Mrs.
children;of Hampton pent the weekend A. Hazen spent Monday in the Mr. Albert Henderson' spent Fri. Browning was assisted in entertainning -

here with relative .county eat. day in Jacksonville.Clyde I the by :Mesdames D. L.
Brown Bennett went Jacksonville'I Ben Crosby spent the first of the guests
s r to Trailer spent Sunday with Phillips, S. J. Starling and T. B. Letter Say ?
i Monday to visit relatives a week taking the exam in Macclenny. homefolka. I Browning.

+ 4 day. Miss :'IaryIott! of Hague, who J. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to .
ihf ,S Miss Fanny Moseley ,visited friends pent last week here at the home of Lake Butler Monday. DOBSO.V .

B i at Maxville several day last week. her brother, Sam Mott, returned home Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Savage are on

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. George and Saturday.R. the sick list this week. Mr. Savage Dobson, July 9.-M. P. Smith and WAS IT .
%UtI baby of Boyette, arrived Friday for a A. Week spent Monday in the returned from Duke Saturday where Rev. Archie Rimes of Baker county, .

l visit with relative here. county neat. j, he has been doing carpenter work. made a business trip to M. H. Hunt
Quite a number of Highlandite at' A surprise party wa* given at the I Dr. and Mr*. J. E. Maine, Hal and Monday.

,f y tended the Fourth of July.celebration home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Andreu : O. W. Maine, motored to Starke last Miss Clara Dobbs, of Sapp, visited __ A Train Wreck ;

at Starke Monday, among them being Friday night. Quite a crowd wag pres- week and were accompanied home by her brother, Oad Dobbs, of Manning,
q Misses Carrie Starling Maggie ent and all\ report a fine time.J. Dr. A. S. York. last week. .>
E, Crews, Mrs. Nancy Perry Mrs. J. A. J. Morgan 'motored to Worth. I Rev. S. S. Proctor pent Tuesdayand Messrs. Joseph Andrew and sons, A Fire;?

Starling, Messrs. J. A. Starling John inirton Saturday afternoon.J. Wednesday in Tallahassee. Fred and Gilchrist, were, In Lake But
Marr Owen Mart, Edward Marr, E. demons and ion, Alvin, of Mr. J. E. Barker, of St. Augustine ler Saturday. Money?> "{
1 Clarence Marr, Baldwin Marr, Louie Pine Mill, were in town Monday en- and Mr*. Stanley and daughter, Jewel, :Miss Susie Hurst was shopping in ;
Carter Henry Carter, R. L. Lang, 'route to Starke. ,| of Newberry, were !guest! of Rev. and Lake Butler Saturday.
Carl Wilkinson and Chai. George. All Mr. and Mr. U. D. John and ton, Mrs. S. S. Proctor Monday. Mr. and Mr. Oad Dobba, of Sapp, A Life Lost;?

report a fine time with plenty of fun ,, of New River, were in town Thursday Tommie Dekle spent the week-end visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ M. 'I

1 for everyone. afternoon. I I with his parent, Mr and Mrs. T. J. H. Hurst, of Dobson, first of the week
Mr*. P. M. Barefoot and Illness >
daughter, Dekle. ?
Mrs.
J. L. Dowling was hopping
{ y BROOKER Inez, and Mn. C. Roberts, of Alachua I Mr*. W. E. Loadholts and children, in Lake Butler Friday,
t pent Friday at the home of A. B. '
: of Jacksonville, were guest of Mrs. Messrs. Judson Hurst and Felton
; I Brooker, July 9.-Rev. Hayes, of Surrency of Pine lUll.I Willie Williams a few days of last Brarnen, of Palestine, were in Lake $10,000.00 CASH PRIZESFor
Gainesville, filled his appointmentat Pitt and Grady Baxter spent' Mon. week. Butler Saturday.
J t the Advent church Saturday. day In Starke. I Mr. Merle Crews, of Gainesville,
I Miss Clara DoHba of Baker
county, the best
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, Mr*. Kinney and little daughter, was a guest of :\Ira. Willie Williams'' At spending a few day with. her answeSee
di .4 l Inez, spent Wednesday In Ala hua. Marie, of Gainesville, were in town Saturday I I friends in Dobion section

1 T. C. Hazen is pending a few days Wednesday afternoon. D. W. forum spent the '1 Preston Kerce made a business trip the Picture in our window _
week.end'i i
with hU brother, J. D. listen, of Sar- Mr, and Mrs. Theo. Litchfield and at home with his family | to Lake Butler Saturday.

E aota. daughter' of Gainesville, attended services Miss Maggie Dekle has been takinga Mr. and :Mn. Bob Greene, of San Call on us for EVEREADY DAYLO contest
Guy Pinholster. of Jacksonville, here Saturday. business course in Valdosta She' derson
were called to the bedside of
l spent the Fourth here with his parents Mm Edna Baxter, who ha* been spent the week-end with her parents, his sister, Mrs. J. W. Vining, of Lake blanks and full particularsConsumer's
G, 4 j Mr. and Mr*. I. W. Pinholstcr,, visiting for the pant few weeks in Mr. and Mri. T. J. Dekle. I Butler Thursday afternoon.

i + r Jr. I Jacksonville, returned. home Saturday A party pf> Lake Butler B. y P. U.' :Messrs. Lewis Frasier Bob Green
' M' J. W. L. Pinholster, of Pine Hill, afternoon. member together with their pastor, and Clem Frasier, of Sanderson Lumber Co.

passed
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4 wa in town Saturday afternoon. J. V, Edwards. Wade Ilarrell, Mab. "'. C. Armstrong, left Tuesday for through the Dobson section one

Mint Ruby Crosby left Monday for ry Harrell, Sreber Edwards and Rand DcLand where they will attend the day last week. I ROSCOE McLANE, Secretary

I Jacksonville where he will visit rel.l Crews, spent the Fourth in Starke. Baptist assembly which will be in sosi ': Gordon Johnson and con, Lester,
( atives.E. 1\Ira. T, B. Shirley few i I
spent a day i lion for the next ten days. Those go- made a business trip to Lake Butler
ii W. Carter student of the University of last week in New River. ing were, Messrs. W, C. Armstrong, Friday. I
of Florida, the week-end Walter Baxter, who has been ;I
} spent employed Sidney Padgett, Misses Mona Alderman Johnnie Hurst, of Dobson, attended
here with friends for the pant few weeks near Omle Scarborough, Crystal and services at Sapp Sunday.
u Mil Edyth Warren and friend, Dunnellan, Is home on a visit to his
I Laurel Armstrong, Hattie Fowler | Louis
Dobson, of Olustee, was a visitor ;:
1\1i" Fay Turner, of Jacksonville, parent, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter. Last Saturday afternoon' from 6 to at the home of Mr. and Mrs Joseph
pent the Fourth at the home of Mis Mr. Gay, of Providence in r
I was .our 7 o'clock, Mrs. P. M. Padgett entertained Andrews Sunday afternoon. ICBBUR
Warren' parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. town Sunday. a number of friends at pro. Messrs. Marshall and Clarence I

i Warren.E. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey enter gressive rook in honor of Mrs. W F. Dobbs of Baker last ''
J. Ward and L. W. Sowell of tained number of the county spent
little
a folks
ai Guy, of Tarpon Spring The spacious week with their brother, Oad Dobbs, UNIVERSAL CORDA
is Willeford the week-end here here afternoon '
spent Saturday with a par porch was beautifully decorated with of Sapp. ,
with their families. ty given for their daughter, Lola, in pink crepe myrtle. As each guest arrived 'I Rev Ellison McCormick of Manning i'I!
G. B. Colson was in Starke Wednesday celebration of her tenth birthday. punch wa served by Mrs. Wise ''
attended services at Sapg Sun-1 super sturdyever Q Q
I afternoon. Games were played, after which ieetrl'am who presided over the punch bowl, after -': day. |I' size Cord Tire that /
Misses Olga: and Thelma Ward of and cake was served. i
which came the game of rook. At Mr.
and Mrs. Oad Dobbs of
establishes
I Sapp, a new
p Gainesville spent Sunday and Monday Royce Gainey spent Saturday at a late hour delicious pineapple salad spent Monday night with her brother j I! standard
for
; supreme
i with their parent* Mr, and Mr*. Worthington was served and each guest departed, Mr. and Mrs. Judson Hurst, of Pal I durability i
4 i E. J. Ward. Mrs. Steve Damptha and daughter, voting Mrs Padgett a delightful hostess estine. ,
Miss Padgett of Law the Ruth Mattie and Russell and freedom from
toy, spent Douglass, and expressing themselves as
Miss
Sadie Griffis, of Sapp, is teaching
l ij, week-end here with her sister, Mr*. of Alachua, passed through here last having spent an enjoyable afternoon. school at Palestine. skidding.

TeJ Lewis. Thursday rnroute to Starke. Those present were Mesdames Seeber
John Todd, of Lake Butler in Numerous
l Eustin Kelly, of New River, was in Candler Matheny, of Madison, Is King, J. E. Maine, Albert Henderson Lake Butler Saturday afternoon., was tive teats have com para.

town Sunday afternoon. visiting at the home of his brother, W. II. Lee, Tom Chastain Wise Mil. .--- -----..- that provo
f rite f Lewi < Rhriver wa In 'VorthlnR'tonMonday M. P. Matheny. ton, H. L. Sprinkle, KInney Townsend HAMPTON! en Michelin

t !4' afternoon.A. M. P. Matheny and family were in Collins, Coachman, Coleman, Universal Cords are

I A. A. and G. W. Hazen were in the Pine Hill section Thursday. Roger Collins, Misses Markee, Proctor I- Hampton, July 9.-Mia* Emma i I I unsurpassed from blow for outs freedom ...
Starke Thursday. Mr. T, B. Shirley spent Monday in
and Edna ,Epperson. Futch, who is attending the normal I and for
Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, was in Starke. Messrs, Billy Roberts and son, of training school at Gainesville spent I .easy Come riding fttualitiee.
I in
town Monday Rand Crew, of Bradford, wa in Five Mile, were in town Tuesday af the Fourth with her parents, Mr. and ,
and them. 2F
Mrs.' J. B. Shaw and daughter, EN town Wednesday enroute to Starke. ternoon. ,!Mrs. W. S. Futch. see
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q t ma, spent Sunday with friend at Several of the young folk spent C. L. Varnes, of Jacksonville was '' Mr. and Mr. J. Allen have recent

Worthington Sunday afternoon at Worthington.I. In town Saturday I' ly returned home from a viiit with SlItH'S GU16E

Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, wa in W. Pinholster was in Starke one Mr*. Wertz spent Saturday at their son, C. B. Allen, of Bushnell.Dr. ,
y town Saturday. day last week. Worthington I and Mrs. I. H. Hunter pent
x Mr. and Mrs. C. Roberta, of Alach Lloyd Johns, of New River wa In Mr. Nat Roberta and daughter, Monday in Gainesville.The .

ii ua, spent the week-end!' here with rel town Tuesday morning Blanche, pent Saturday at Hampton school opened here f t
l ativea. ington. Tuesday The attendance was -
very
d'' Miss Vera Surrency, of Pine Hill, LAKE BUTLER B. Y. P. U. held an worth-I good.

h was in town Thursday.J. ness meeting Tuesday evening Mrs M. L. Rawley is spending this
A. Douglass, of Alachua, was In Lake Butler, July 9.-Geo. W. Al- Baptist church and the following officers week with friends and relative at', The ''
t our burg Thursday. Berman and family motored to Starke were elected: Green Cove Spring Bank With The Backing'

r't Brinkley Hayes, of Bradford, was Monday Sidney Padgett, president. Mr. Reiser, of Savannah, Ga., was
In here Wednesday afternoon. H. M. Padgett and children motored Miss\ Mona- Alderman, vice presi visiting in the home of J. M. Maxwell
Mrs. Nipper and baby of Newberry tt StarkeIonti"y.! this week

who have been' visiting here for The B. Y. P. U. wa delightfully entertained dent.Miss Russell Rivers, recording secretary Mr. Davis, of Jacksonville, i i. visit
i, the past week, returned home Satur. at the home of Rev and ing friends here this week.M. This institution U a link in the largest and healthiest
i
i {, day. !\Ira. W, C. Armstrong Tuesday evening Miss Omie Scarborough, corresponding J. Green and children, of Green chain of banks in the world.
'.I Marvin and Lucian Hacen, from Many game' and music were. secretary Cove Springs, were visiting: in Hampton
d i li Gainesville! spent Sunday with their enjoyed after which delicious sandwiche Miss Zenith Armstrong, assistant Sunday. THIS
parent. and ice tea were served. CHAINOF BANKS HAS A "DEPOSI-
l organist.Miss Alva Saxon, of the U. S. navy, Ita.tioned
L. A. Brown spent Saturday and Mr. and :\Ire. P. M. Padgett entertained !Mildred Roberts, organist at Hampton Roads, Va.? spent TORS GUARANTEE FUND" IN WHICH THE <

Tuesday in Jacksonville attending to a number of young people at a Miss Della Armstrong, librarian. the Fourth with his parent, Mr. and DEPOSITS .IN THIS BANK ARE INSURED'
'i
business. dance given at their home Friday Miss Dor,. -Scarborough, treasurer. Mrs W. T. Saxon. : AGAINST
I ; i Misses Bertie and Alva Thomas, of evening in honor of Mr*. Guy. i Miss Crystal Armstrong chorister. Percy Griffin, of Jacksonville, visited LOSS FROM ANY CAUSE.

54 ,pr Pine Hill were In town Wednesday. Mix Edna Faircloth, of Jacksonville Mr*. flitch Townsend and children his parent here this week.

Mina, Eunice Hazen, of Gainesville, *..spent several. day with her pent Saturday at Worthington. T. G. Futch, of Leesburg, visited We pay free per cent, per annum interest
,4 pent the week-end here with her parent father, Mr*. G. D. Faircloth. i i Miss Edna Epperson attended the his parents, Mr. and Mr. W. S. quarterly Time compounded
*, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Haren. Mr. and Mr*. C. F. River and fame picnic at Worthington Saturday. Futch Sunday and Monday. on and Saving Deposits.

VJjl Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan and children ily motored to Worthington Sunday, Several of the Lake Butler people :Misses Ethel Hunt and Maggi :Max.
spent Saturday and Sunday. at upending the day with Mr. and Mrs. attended the picnic at Starke Monday.Col. well were visiting in Starke in Starke This i il a time when double precaution should

p1 4 Sampson. T H. Rimes. \. D. E. Knight ,of Starke, was Monday and Tuesday, be taken. We solicit business
1 Mr. and ]fn. L. F. John spent Sunday Several families enjoyed a fish fry in town Sunday i Mn. W. B. Roper, who hal been strength of your upon the

I at Earleton Beach. at the Ed Ward's ford Monday. Sidney Padgett pent the week-end ] visiting her cousin at Hague, returned our institution and the strength afforded
Mrs. L. A. Brown was on. the sick Vera Chancey is sick this week. at Cedar Key to her home Tuesday.A. by its connections.

1 list Sunday and :Monday. :Mr. T. J. Townsend and children Mr. and 1\lre. Sam Singer spent' < A. Durden and family left Wed.
a Iris Godwin "pent( the week-end returned home Thursday after a visit unday in Gainesville iI I j Tleada)"- for Indian Spring Ga., where
with her cousin, Ona Rita Ward.M. with relatives in Palatka. I! - they! will spend several days.
i P. Matheny and ions, Otho and Wiley Rivers and daughter, Jean WOODLAWN A water melon cutting was given
c Eury were in Lake Butler !Sunday: nette, of Fort Meade, are visiting relative at the home of Misses! Lettie and Irma LAKE BUTLER BANKState

9 morning. and friends this week. Woodlawn, July 9.--James Browning Johna Saturday night. Melons
Murphy Price was on the sick list Mrs. T. H. Rime, of Worthington, and nephew Stafford Valencia, were plentiful and a pleasant eveningwas County District and City
a \ the latter part of last week: spent. Tuesday with Mr*. A. C. Strick of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here )' enjoyed.Rev. Depository \

+ Sheriff Epperson was In town Saturday land. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. I' Mullady preached two interesting LAKE BUTLER FLA.
d night. Charlie Manney, of Gainesville! was Browning. sermon at the Christian
Clarence Scaff was in town Sunday in town during the week-enJ. S. II. Thompson left Sunday for Inv curchh Sunday, I




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NOTICE -I Tars,

Notice III h..hll' .1.... that the following d4.efihed. I.nda will be aold .t public awetloa DraPtl,4. .... T. R A. Owner CrutyefNWy4tdW4jAWK D..etiptl.a S_ r L A. O..er a <.00..
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Court D...... Door .t S\arke. I. Bradrord Coullt Stala of Florida or ao mush tbef a.ti of SW' of IE" & 614 ofSW1,4 a 1 10 11 or Blk 'I0

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IIW'A ______.. .______________ _441 6 U 4AII J. I.. Harden __ _____.______ 10.11 NW% ofof NE" ofNEt4 aNW:1 CDy' -. : .._.... __ e 7 211 Dr. A. E Ruaaoll _______._ 'IT
l' NWI or NWt4 _____.__.___..Yl Ie /1 J. L. Harden _. _.__?___ ..41 14 of NWV4," It SEIIo of BW Lot 1 ;; l'/I'; i'-Ward; C1tf .._ 0 'I 20 a. \\ Lewis -- -.---?-__._ 4.01

Rwvt or NE" a N'.o or flP4; _21 8 H tlO W. H. Nettles __ _____ 11.111 14 eX 8 A In NE enr _....____.18 1:0 88 Unknown: __ _. _______ ___ 11.17 Iota I II 7 8 or Bib 111 In'I
111'4: .f I Ie 411 Unknown. _. ____.__.__ 7.0' FE'4 0' JlE': of /lWL. ---_?__. 1 U III F. G. Carpenter __ __.._____ Y7NW'1S W.d 20 M.. L. A. Green ? ____ 11.1
,4 IIW\4 of IIE'i: ---------28 6 I. 411 Unknown_ __ __..______.__ 1.42 of NE\4 of IW'4 ____.___11 1 10 III C. C. P"I"ter _. ___?___._._ ..IT Lou 4 Cftll'r Blk--i is

NW" of 111':',- _____________-_____25 U CII A. B FI.tebef. _" _'?_'_' 1017NE44 4144 or SW'4 of NW44 -_.__..16 I 20 II A a... Brtlr CoII'ln __ ?____._._ 4.01"WI' Ward City _.-. ....----7---- 1 T t1 L. R. O.lne __ ___._.?_.? 1.11
: .f NE'4 _____ _____.._. .__-21 0 19 10 Unknown -. f.07 or IIF.4 of NW'4 .__..___...111I 10 III Relwcca, C. P.lnt _..._ 147Nw4 Iau 7 6 a 0 01 Blk 21 In Ward
VP.: Vi of NF.i. It 814' of NJI:2:: or liE\4 of NW'-----_. .11 I 20 10 EI..n M..btra __ ____.___.___ 21 City. - / 7 2Q R. H. O.lney __ _______ 11.11'
I i &R18An/NWV4 NEC4 of NWt4 or NP\4 ?__.__._.16 6 10 111 A. M. White __ ___....__ 2t? I or Dlk-----.w--; lt----: / 1. 10 Floreua ware ._ .__._____ I.U
a NEI4 of PF'4; a Ni rN Et of NEt4 of SEVa or 8W"18 6 .0 I Chrl. C. Blrkhart __ ..____ ..!? oat 7 of Itlk 28 'n R'ard. City -.-- 8 4 2t Co B. Prescott __ ._._._._____ I.U

W\4 of FF44 __.____-____....._81 8 n 140 R. M. 1".lIIn. .. _.______ 10.88F..o W14'.. or :NW44 t N'1o or SW'4..11 6 to 1110 ]drat Am.rlean Corporation .__ 11I.111 Com .t 101E Car or J. A. Abbott

+ r or NEti: ___.__ _. .._--...__u 8 19 80 Eo P. DICke ._ _..________ 12.0' Lot 1 --. -________.___._____.__.19 5 III 110 Id.1 Am.rle.n enrporatloo _._ II 118 realdenee I Int and run E 71 ft.
Cnm. 70 I'd. W oNE!: Cur ...f"E'4 NI.. or Lot ex S A In SE Cor.11I 1 10 84 Samuel W. Brown ____.__ 4 Oil 8 UO ft. W; 78 ft, .N 240 rt to

''I d of NE'4: a run II 70 :N E'4' or NE4 _______._________10 0 10 40 Id..1 A mert.." Corporatloo _? 8.411 Iwr. In i'E'4 of ---.--- 'I fO M... Margaret l.ewia ._ _.__ 2.21 I

? y41.W U rdol. N 70 ,.01.. Ell' WIy.. of NWt4 ___...._____-_.._.10 6 U n Odom Pu..1a _..___...17.04 8 10 A of SEt s of SWL. ---.---- 10 n Unknown __ __ __..__._____ 2.21
1 h ; lldo1 to Mw ______ __.__....____. II 8 n I.nn'' Aummnn .______..._ '.7' E'. of SE44 t N" of NW14 l.ot 1 II --------n-......ld 220 120 C. N. Sb.w _. ______ It."
t- F..t of IIW'4 .r IIW'4 -----0 I Ie 20 Wm. Price ____.__...______._ 142 a BWI1 of 74W% __..__.....-1\ 1 10 .11/1 Idr.1 Amorl..n Corporation _._ 2.U sWI4 .,r "ESE"\
IIW known .. Fly of 8E'4 "f NW4 ..______...21 0 10 20 Unkn..n _'_ 2.91 a. NEI4 0' SW'4 k okw"
r Auld RfiunUr... Mill 1I1t. ._._____ 8 1f IS W..k. Ao P.ttl 14qIIW /W! ,. of BE',. -_ ____--_-.-_22 1 20 CII M.. Charl-------------____ '.11 ofNEv4 SEL. -.Y3 'I 2. 1611 Unknown __ ._ _______._ 811M
{' % ..r NK'4: NW'4 "f EV411 4 11 10 o.orn Thorn. __ _..._._..____ 11.111I Lnto III III 29 of Blk 23 In 0' N -------FA-:: .t N

A In NW C..r of NEt4!: or Sf4 John.town -----___.__.________. 6 U M.. Bell S. I.ad __ .____._ 1.1' W L4 of NW} ..------.----- 22 1 20 82 Unknown __ __ ._._..___ ....
: ___. _____ ._.___ _._____.____.14 I If It Ella Bur""u"he" _.._.__..__ 111e 1 Lot 100 rt 1'1 I by 100 ItEawInNECorofA.CL E3. oRE'j of ii ;: -P6 7 20 IN R. C. Grooves __ ________ 4..
'' i IIE'4 of 1If4: nr !o 1'4: E4 W' sWI.swif .

of NJ''I: of SE'Io ." S 8'4 A.17 I n 27 Bertha Price ._ ___.__..___.. 1.87 1(11 Ao Publle road creuiat In 1 :J'.w :_ .r _____ _..__.___-2/ 'I 10 611 R. C. Groover __ _._______ UI
M' of of NE'4: 0 NW'. John..n ___ ________.. __ .__'2 25 a
.. W! NE'Io ? 8 YO F. A. M.ltle _. ____..._._.. '.17 Com Dt NW o enr or See
r or NE4j & N'4 or SJV'4 or"E''t NE'4 t 8W\4 of NW\4 Ao SW run E 435 ydo. S 440 yde. Ii:

-o-1 __ '- __.___._ }..__ ...11 I If 80 R. W. Wflllanu __ __..___._. 12." 4 a NI.j or E'4 ___ __.2Y 8 20 H1 Ideal. Amrrlean Corporation ... 80.48 431 yda to W line or M411a land
r 8l'" of "W'4 or 1'11'4: 0 NW Lrto 'I 9 I or Blk 26 In John..town theoce S $44 yde. W 112 ,.<1..

A, j of of of ______.__________.__22 8 '.0 SW
Ii. FF.E'4: NE'4 -- A. L. Smith __ _.___._____ 8.00 S 411 yda. W .n yda. to
> IIW\ot\ _____11 II U 10 Unkno" __ __ ..___?___._.14111 N'4 or NWL. e. I A In 8W Cor.I' I 2q 7" P. S. Denm.rk ._ _.__.__.. 11,91 Coy of Sec.-26. thence N 811chne

I'o: .r N0V4--------------9' I I" CII Buck Wlllhm. .. __ .__.._.__ 142 NW\4 or IIW'4 ________....__-.26 8 10 co John P. Coffin _. _..__..__.__ 871 tu Iwt n___...____....___25 'I :0 211 S. D. Dukes Eat ___._______. 1\.2.1
Nil, or FFV: _ _____________..._.-,241 8 n AO+ H.nrr Wka __ .._.__..___ 11.08 X'1o or NEL4 _.___._______-.__._t7 10 1111 Vnk".n __ .. _______.._ 12,04 Sh of "- N\o\ or SEIIo .
NE4j: ..r NI'4: -----------------2 8 I'" .0 Hnkr..wn 1.111 sty oJ..NE .a N'.o' of BE" ..-.t.. 1 10 11111 Idol Amerlran Corporation a .., SWIG of SE' ._.. .._...- .241 'I to 2'10' S. D. Dukes Fit __ ._.__.__. 28 11
' r' I4NIhofBW or WI of Nf: ____._____46 8 II 411 EII.n lIunt _. _. '__"-'__'_' 1.11 Ln91.a Andrew.. __..____.w 19. -1W4j". of NE44 :13.! -f; NW'1y :: I-C-tl 1111 M ra. Ann W. __ _.__.. Lit

, 'I ja814ofNWofRP W'14 a 11'10 of BE4 _.-___-_._.1'1 I 20 110 Ide.1 American Corporation .. 71.80 N'y:; .of aW'" _____ ._____ ______ C It d') M.. Ann W. 9aDD'--._:_____. 14 YNWL ,
:44 ___.-__ .________._______.._21 4 11 10q w. n. Wabn _____..._.___ 1$210i E'4 of 101Et4 a 8W14 of NEVa NE'0. of NW'4
> \ r..t I or or NW'4 __.___.._.10 4 1. III Cw".. Wllllama _. _. .__?__._ 0,61 Eor SW'4 t 8E'4 __..__11 I 10 DB/1/ idol American Corporation __ 'II.U NE'I. or SW\4 W'! of
49 Unknown .. 7.70 Lot 211 or Blk 1 In F. N. And....... _ns 4 21
i IIW', of AWIj --' -- --- ----..- 8 I 1t -- ------- -- SE4c ---,-- -- :411 Mrs. Ann W. _____.. .4.52
, BP': or NW'I a IIW" u 1 for Add to I..k. Butler ___________29 I 10 F. n. Cuoe .. ________.__.__ 1/7 Noy: or NEt4 ;;,SEV4 ::':::'::::::-2T 4 It 2/1/ M.. Mary Joan n __ _.- '._ 121NW44
4 U"t 105 rt .n that nrt.nn of NW Lot 29 or Rlk 8 In F. N. Andrews g "- -al 21 CI'' C. T. Gordon ._ ._._________ 118.
1 v4 of "F.4 N .f 011'--25 A __..1 1 tt 225 MoC.1I B..... Ao Co. __.___._._ 4/1.84 Add in Lake BuU.r --____._____.2$ 1 20 Unknown _. .. ________._.._. 1.17 Nay oE of'SVl7's; ; ;; ::::11 21 600\ Unknown_ ? ___?__._ __ 01.11
: 7414, of Jlf10: ,k.. Ry right of'ward2 6 It 1. R. O. ...... .-r __ ____.__.... 9811 Lot .4 of Bib 4 In F. N. And..... NW1y of SEl 4 ___:.._.__.__._.___82 1 21 c.\. 3. E. Thornton _. _.. _?__ B.II

,. -1:! PR''y: of Nf4: ______.._?_...._..n 1 111 C"" n. A. Powell _. ____.__..._ '..07I Add In I..k. Butler ________-_---29 8 20 Unknown _. __._____.____ 1./7 -7 6 2\ C'I' ,1. W. Mann Jr. _?._ ..?__ 10.Hl
I (. RRt: or IIW''o &RWv or SE'I __,24 6 I' M L. M. Stokes .. _.__._.___. 12.1' Lot 411 of Ilik 4 la F. N. And..... W t3.\rONE'". _.::::::::::::::::::11 I 21 811 W. M. Reddin") _. ? .?. 11.94
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'J i NWI4 or NW\4 e" 1/1 An Add In 1.114. Butl..r -?_______..39 8 1/1/ Guy V. Phillips ? __ _....._ 1.17 1 A In SE Cur or NI/4 of S
C"r ___. _________..._... 8W.-4/ 8 11 ftO flank of L.kO Butler _______ 4.9 1F.14 Lot lit or Itlk In F. N. An"... WL, of NWIIo .__....______.__.17 I 21 1 D. a. n..te _. ____
I : of IIW'4 or 8W'4 ._...____.14 6 l' 2) O. C. Drlor..... ___ ...._._.. 1ARWI4 4 Add In Lake flutter ..________.__ft 8 10 Unknown. -_ _. ______.___.___ l.n Com .t NW Cor or NE'4 or SEIo 101
"f 111'4: ____.______..?.._2" 6 \\11 CII A. B. FI"teher .. _____.__..._ 11.11 Lob! C8 a. AA 0' IIIk 8 in F. N. run S 1\014\ ft. to a pt

NR'4; of PW'f-.___?.___ n 6 I' IA Unkno"n __ _. _..._._..____. 7.7 0 Andrews Add to Lake Dutt.r __.ft 8 20 Unknown .. .. _____._.__. 1.18 of .hrs. thence E 210 n. S 10
NW'4 .f "W'. ___ ...___________,11 6 l' IA L. G. .rohn..... ____.____..__. '..11NI' Lot .8 of Blk I In F. N. And..... ft rt. N St. W 85 !t.

I :% of IIE'4' a. N'4( or BE14: Add In IAk. Butl.r ...._._._....._28 8 19 F. R. Cuon .. _._..._...__._ 1./7 N Wtt76 to bet _____..11 8 2 1 S. W. Till). _.._.__ ___.. 7,04
',i or "E'I, .___.__ _____.u.U 8 l' 110 R. H. Thomu _. _________. '.11 Tot 41 of Bib I In F. N. And... Cram .t NE Cor or NEw-of 8Wti ?

R14" of "F.tl or 81'.4: __ __.___ __--241 6 l' 211 G. W. Thorne __ ______.____ '.70 Add In fake Butler _____.-___._2. 1 III Unknown __ .. ______...__. 1.n .0 run S chne. 1 rt to
W'4 or 111"1 _._____ _. _. _____...24 4 l' M Fmpl.: r.amber Co. 14.114 Lot II' of IIlk I In F. N. Andrew.O .. Rr right. of sap'. then.. W

'I IIW'IlW''o or NWI4 ___owon 8 I' U W. P. eh.voua _. _..____..___ 7.1 Add In tk; Butler --- -- --20 120 Unknown __ _. ___________ 1.17 abut r.hof way 14 eblUl. 21rt
t NW\4 of NW'4 ..____.__._____.--8n. 6 tt 441., Unknown .. ._ ,__,___,_,___ '..70Nf4 Lr t. 20 24 of ik'ji In; M a pt 01 bet. thence N
: or NW' -------------U $ 10 441 G. W. S. Wan ...__.___..... '. .70 F.111Nt..on' Add to Lak. But- 2 'dugrra. E 210 ft. W 110 ft.

In Fn.: .,'. Survey 'I.r --_.___._.___,._______.___,39 8 10 8.ilt. Hamilton ? ________ 1.211 .rloli..n U d.a.... S. tbon.
,.' Hof Wurthinton IIprln". ._.__..8ft 6 l' unknown ._ __ ___________.. 4.17 Glow 11r&. 18 oo NlaidedoflIh S UO ft tel Ry right of way.thrnea .
tnt 1\\ In En'. lIu".y /IfWo..hl."t..n E on rl"ht or way to

1I"rln"" -___....._.aII 8 tt I. P. Tomll..oa __ ___.____. ..1 p erty. St..t run E 420 ft. 1\1 1><--1 A In NE4S or SW44 _..,11 8 11 1 W. L. J..bn. ._ ._._______.... 11.31
1...'. in 11 of ftlk 1 In .1. 420 ft. W 420 ft. to boa In S Cram .t NE 'Cor nf land .old E. ,

I W. I'"tlnn' Survey or Worth.I.'nn I4 or Lot 1"1 28 4 Pon"'. WIIII.ma .. ______._... 80.118 Kits' a run N 105 ft. W lug
Anrlnn _... ___-__-___.____..._? M A. Dialer' .__.________ '.117 Cum .n line dlvldoor Lab 11 rt themes S along line 105 ItE'l

lot 1 of Il1k 2 In .r. w. 1'.II.n'. 12 on N .101. or Liberty 8t l ''n tel bug _.-._._______._.a 8 2\ G C. I..p __ ___._._
I IIn"py of W..hlnor..n .....1....._.._........ R. E. L Duk. ._ __.______.._. '.81 run E 70 x44 N 70 yd.. W Ely or SW ____._-_____.._____.20 8 21 811 \10.: S. Nobles _. _____..__.__.___.-. 966

>I lob 1 .. 2 nf Ttlk II In ;J W. 70 ,.d.. II 711 yda tD b.g __.._....0 1 .0 1 Pondn a Willlamt __ _______ '.U Sty, or NW. __.__._.._.?_._____.20 11 11'1' Unknown __ .. .___._._______ 182 1910
Corn
at a pt 2M rt N or NtIICor
,1; Peunn'. Surrey or WorthinionBnrlnn N 1-8 of NW" or NE\4-lI 1.1A

__u._ _____ _____..........._.__. M L. a M. A. Allen ._____ 1.21 or Main a D.kle flta aIao corn .t NE Car .f N
Tot I of Alb ft In J. W. Pnltnn' run N 124 ft. E IIlq ft. S22C Ei.' or 1'o"'W.. ... a run W lag

Rurvry. nr Wnrthlnor'.n 1I'n", _.____...... M. A. M. L. Allen .______. $.'/ ft. W 1110 .It to .bet In MaKtnnryi )Ida. 8 148 2.8 yda E 182 1'doI.
'1 lot .f ltlk 8 In J. W. Pntt..n'. 110.+.... to Lake But- N 144 2-1 ,.do to .beg-/, A.20 I 11

I fin",... of W..rthln".n lIorlnor., .__..._..._ Unknown _. __ _...._....__. I 81 I. lrr ----- .______._____,___...._..10 8 211 Guy; V. Phillips ._ ...._.__._ 11.82 N.... of S 23 or NW'4 or NE 11 C. C. S.I'p .____...____._____. G 811
7 I lot 6 "r Hlk II In J. W. l'all..n' ComataptVIftEofSECar ... "' -13 I.I A. also eom log 2.8vda

;. of W..r'hlnor'.n 11..10.. _?......_,.. A. C. Canner __ -_.__..__._. f.21) rat Main & IM41e 810 a run 8 of NE Cor of NE'4 of
{'f j LanaRnrvrr I 0I 1.r\ Ilik 9 In J. W. I lull ft. E tIC rt. N 198 Itto NW\.4 It run W 132 yde. S 1413
I I'.n' of M.ln SL th.n. W 0" M.ln "
lIurv.y Worthln"tnn Vdo. E 132 Vcla. N Uti Y8yda
lI..rln"" ___ _._. .._____.____ _...._ 1\1. A. Dermas __ ...___._.__. '.117 Ott 84 tt to leR In MeKlnney' to \....- A _______.__.___20 6 It I.
Lot 1 nr Dlk 18 In J. W. P.ttn. Reserve tn lake Butler ________80 8 21) W. \.rho"'lIIIh _. _.____.. 610
Unknown _ ._ ...__.... lI.sa NO, .r NE44 or NE\4 __.___------26 5 It 8.1.
W. J. .
..'. Bur, .r . enm .t NW e..r of Lot 10 or Stalling. __ ._.___.____. 181
r Worthhllton Nest, nr NEv4: _,_____________.__28 1 11 W
C.
Spring., _y "; ......-.. Unknown .. -- -...-----..--. 1.41nt 7 RIk80. run Ego ft lmapt SIj or NE1q or NW\4 1 A In C. CO..rt .. .____.______ lJ.U
6 a e .;rhiki -i.: W: ,1. or lug. thenpe 8 80 ft. W 211 SE C..r or NWL4 or NW1'4 .___21 1 It
II Mrs.. Ann W.
f 1..It..n'. 8u"ry 0' Worthington fCR66ft.E70ft.N4aft. 8'" L. of SW'" ___.____________.__20 1 11 4"" Slit. S.pp __ ____.__. 21
I ..... Thom.. A Lamb UII W28 N ft.W"ft L. L. a.pp _, ________ 8.81
l ? --'-- ---' AlI N'3. of tlWI4 S of branch
+ I.!.rlr"; i---------------------; to Iwo In Lake B.I'r _..__?__.10 8 .0 Bank of Lake Butler _. _.._._ 4.01 .a SE',. of SW'. __.___.____._..21 6 21 811 \10'. B.
"nUnn'. lIurvry of Worthln"tonfhrln" Corn 211 It E or NW Cur or Lot IIIrKlnney _. .____.1$24
d Nhay of NW'4 .. .____.___/. { 11
o __ _.___ _._.._..:::, M. L. M. A. Allen "._'?_ 10.11 u of Rlk80 runRd6ft NR14" of Bh'a' ...-_?..-._.____._eels 6 11 40 W. h. McKlnnef __ ____._____ 1.6
N Aloft of Lot 7 & .11 lot AR'i W 20 ft,6/0 ft. E2)ft.N, 4'1 T. J. Moon _. .____________ 1132
SW'", of ItW", ..__._.____.__.__.M 6 21 4'1 E. E.
I P.tt"n. 28 ftN26f4 N90ft W NW" of NWI-. ________._______-1 6 11 Gn _. _______._._-- 1.1
'
'. ofpWnrthlntnn. Rnring.---_....._ Mir M. L. Allan __.___..___. ',17I 33 rt to hog. In Lake Butler ._..31) I .0 Dr. I. P. Tomll..oo .._....__ 18.214 SW4a. -.________._._______)1 21 41)HI''' E. W. Green _. ___ '.70
I RPBft. of Intl N8ftnfv Com .t I1W C..r or Hlk 1 a 8A' of NW'4 a SW" or SE A. 8. Altar,. __ _._-_...___ 14.7.

B r.nt III II all Tot 8 pf 111k 10 roll N G8 ft to a pt .f be.. '.4 or NW", a N1y 01 SW..IO 6 21
I" J. W. P.lnn. of thence E 50 ft. N 21 rt, W IIIft. J1 Roberta. .. Abernathy--.11.81
1 Aorv.y NVor SW'4 ...________.._1. 1 11
Wnrthlnalnn 1\11.\ I\t. A. Allan .. ... ..91 S 28 ft to beg. 10 Lak. __ __ .. 4"" R. D. Kelly __ __.___ 1.110
9 l -------"-'--' --- ----- NW\ot\ of SE" _____.. .t7 II 21
s t iot 10 ra N ft I''f'B: k" 10 in Butler ---.----.--_-.__.._______$ I 10 M... Onle Po... __ ....__.__ 12.02 WW .f NE4. 4___...._?_______.?_2. II 2\ CII g0' Lem Brown __ ___.____ 8.60
J. W. 1'.U..n. Burry "r Worth a Aft ft or Lot 411 0. S ft.1 ft E99' or Nh or NE" or NW" ___.Y9 11 h1n. Sarah B. Strlck..d. ___ tllIlI

+ Ingtnn: '.r .-. -...1.....- M. A. a M. L! Alte. __.___ 191/ nr lot c. .f Blk a In L.k. Sty of Lnt I ex 2 A In NW enr11 S .1 11 R. D. K.117 .. __________ U
Lola ? S A o'r.nik: ftj J: nullpr ------------------------8). I .0 Mro. Onle Pnn. .. _____..__ 18.4 2 A In NW Cue or 51. of Lot 126 I 21 U Dr E. T. Campbell .___.___ 211
W. P.llnn'. I'III"PY of Worth. Lot 15 of Blk 22 In Lake Butler.'O I 20 M... Onl. Poro __ .___ 8 0I 0' SW', It tlW, 01 SE4j.29 8 21 2 P. A. Bryant _. ?.?_________ .8J

lo"t..n Sprang.' __ ._.__?_____.__.._.. A. C. Conner _...___?.___._ './., nlk 24 In 1..k. Butler -__________,61 II .11 M.. Onl. Pon. __ ._..____. Way or I I 1\ 12" D. B. Warren ___.__?_ 22.U
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-- - 8""
+ Tot 8 of Rik 211 In 3. W. Pntton'. Lot 11 Dr Blk a In MeKlnney' N1Iof' SW'44 ..__.._.___.__ _83 I 21 D. R. Warren _. __..___ 14.0.

"y"o Wnrthingtnn Rprlnn--I ..-...-.- A. C. Conner -_ ____.___.___. 11'1 Add to Lake Bull.r __h._? ___?50. I 20 Unknown __ __ .______.__.._. 1.111 Lola t a 2 Oe frac NE'4 _____?..86 8 21 40 T. B. J.oklno _________ 125
iota 4 of 111k Y8 In J. W. L..ta a a 4 of Blk 4 Mc Kin.fly's 1'1"' Fl.. Land Investment Co. ___
17.0.
1' ___
N U A of Lot 8 _.______._.__11 8 21
.' 1..It..n'. flu".y of W..rthln.ton Add .. -________._-____.. II 10 Unknown. __ _. ..___.._____. '.'0 NKr::" or NW14 or SE\4 ..--..-.-- I 7 21 28 Freon.. B. McGarry __" __ 110
+' BVrinn -Id'f'R.. M. Ch.ml..rl.l" _. __.__._ f.nl"t Ln I I or BkI8inQ.L. NRI, or NV.I SEI<, & S 80 M. B. H.rrla _. ______.___ 101
Lot 4 A .irlp; ;of ;' N..m'. A d to I..k. 1I.I.rO I .0 MI'II. V. O. S..rboroUlb _..__.1.t 4 w... or NW" of SE'4 ________ I 7 21
hlk a ''n D. 20
E. Mn.
4 to By right of way inRik Knlaht' Add to Mary C. Thomu __ ___ 8,11
8W44 0 WW ot BE" ._.__..____ I 7 It
27 J. W. l'nu"n' flurv.yI lAke Butler _.._.______________10 8 111 nknown... __ __ _...._..___.._ 18.1t IIWI4 of NE" T 11 21.. Unknown __ _. _________ 43,02
W..rthln.l..n Aprlnn ....-........-..J A. C. Connor _. ___..__..___. 21 A Lou 12 19 In T. E. Urklr NW\1o .f NW4 -.--?..-- .. .._-0 7 Yl C'I' Unknown _. __.___ 1.21
Lot 4 .r Rlk 80 In J. W. P.t.I..n' N1.41nf lot Add to L.leeD allot .----.?$l I 10 I... Hili Wllllama .. ___.____.. 2.0 0 NE', of NE I..--8- A--in-- 8W /0 Unknown __ _____._.___ 7.10
of Lot .
lIurvry of Worthln.t"n EW ls WI4 Cur ____.______.... _______.__.._1''A 'I 21
w, t Rpring., ."--_' __ _____. .._..___...._._._. R t.. ft E. A. Porter ___?_ 4 11 or Lot I In T. E. Dekles 2nd All 8W", ofIOE4j" Ao NW'4 or 87 I. G. Wynn _. __.______ 189

RS of 8K'4: .. 811 6 1* RO -MR. llayea ..._ ......... -- 914 Add to Lake Butler --___.__.___!1 I 20 Unknown. __ ._ ...__._______ 9.8 \. Itv --/4 '1.1
o3. BE". of NF>4 NE>4 of !BEt4..0. 1 19 RO Fmolre: Lumlier. r... ..*.. 14 *4 Lot I I N or Ry In T. E. D.klr 6N'1 ..f E44t of NE\4 _.___ _.18 'I 11 /1 Ollv.r 51.01.. .. ___ __ '.U
1 I NW(4 of RF.4: ..111 7 10 40 .1. n. Hallhrook Eat .:_._..::: I1 TO 2nd Add tn Lake Butler ._.__$( I .0 Rattle William.--__. '.90 NW\io of NW14 E'.o of--SW\4I'-- T .1 20 W. C. Taylor __ ..___ 4.07

, 4 Sl"4' : of NWli ....." 'It 40 Unknown. . ._ _______.u_... 770 4 A In 8W Cur .r Nay nLm 40081 I 1/1 M.... C. A. K.ht,' Bain .._ 4811 E'. or NW- of NE\1o --------.16 7 tl 1211 Unknown_ _. ______.____ 1a9q
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NE'of NK>4 .___ ,, -.U 'I' 40 M... C. a. Bovllta u_._____.., 8.07M NE'y a run W ftO It to a pt REIj:: or NE1.4: NEI4 of SEI41'I 'J.1 211) U..known __ .. ______._.____.1.01
A Lot I A "'. of tot 4 8ICV1 or hag th.nle W UII ft. 1118ft. : NE'. NE", or SW t4 a BO'1 L'bknuwe ._ ._ __________ 0.14

1. of REV\ .... .. .. .. _....___,10 4 III 121 IHt al American CorporationCorporation 22.44 E IN It S to Ry right of NEt4 6 A In JlE Cor N1yof of
e KWV4 of NE:<4 .._11) 1 40 Ideal -- way. E 7q ft.; N to ban. _..__..11 8 110 IL W.
III American --- 44' enm .t NW Kan" _. ___ _...____ 9.98 I'W', of SEy4 t SE'4' of SEll
WU of Cur or AI4 of wt
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NWV\ r.f IIW'4..t4 20 Ideal American Corporation 1181tim NW'. of SW44 L SE" or
I - r.. thrnu North E..t..ly 21111
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SE(4:( : NT' ? NW .lun..aIJ rh.ht or way
4 NWI4 of : Milia
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a WK. \ bog 120 E. D.
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of SFf. ___... __ . __..._.U 4 20 "".0 Ideal American' Con>oratlnn .14ft wto Ire 1 A .Id to e. H. D..vl..u81 8 20 Jane Marshall _. ___.._.__._ '.011 V4 Ao NEI4 of SE" _. _......t! 7 21 r1
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5r All exci.pt SWVJ of SE:'"i . ...,,.11 4 til 1100 Ideal American 1".1 E. P. Abernathy Eat 1414 I
r Corporation 00 M WI0 of lOW', or 8E. _____._& 'I ____ ,
I.ot t .,. .. . .__ __.. .81 41 --- to Lak. nuUer --------___..._.91 8 20 J. C. T..I" --? II 2"") J. E.
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All -.__411 4 SO 912 Ideal American Corporation .I09 III < BE'4 ... _____.___...-21
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4 : WU, of NBI4 N.. uf 1 Mr.. R. L. Bronlce ___._.._.., 1I.8 A E'Io'! or E'E or REl4 --u 'I 10' E. D. Abernathy Fat __ ___ 1I.4l
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Corporation .89.6.NW' 1 1 I 1-/0 A I In NW Cur or Abernathy Est __ _____ 649
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.11: 1 F.40 nf NW'4 II NW'4 12/1 n.kn..wn __ __ ___.____ : Mr.. Gertrude '
.r __ 11.118 NWL4 of liE'. __________2D i Devlll ___. 111
lot 7
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NFV of W14 .n n., ..n.h .. . ____...1! 10 NW\4.113 'I 21
NE'4 ft of - ---- 2et C. C. 12'1'
i I NEVt! NE'4 of 8- .. 3..hno ___.__ 4.8T PE'.. of NW.1oo ____.____.._._,__,88 7 21 E. D. Abernathy Rat ____ 2119 1
'li ft of WU and Iota IAS ..__..._M 4 toM .at Ideal I American Cnrnoratton t. 074 W? Lot i of *11k' 9- Gob- 1 -.- a--tI I 10 .11 Samuel W. Brown. _...__._ 1.88 RE4. of NEIj ------.--________16 A U UI. L. D. Gmr{ __ _._.____ I.Ke y

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t R'of NEH; of RFV _. .. ..._. 1 0 20 81 UnknownMre. "uS 4-.84 40 R. L.
of 2 It.Wllr.c III t 1:1 orIlk 811 Gu 1C 1\ 843. of NEv4 of w Bta.k Ao Cw ______ A.n9"" !1
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4 I",. Mr.. Carrie
ft 1617. .8910& 11 .r Blk 1or 18A In NE B. Starling __. 75.1
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p E Cor ft 82. a Lot 12 or Bib 43 Loto ,. 0: Nh44 _'00'___ 1
of NM, of NEV, of RE14.. tl U 811) Ideal American Corporation __ 71S31' 8" 9a4aA7ilof. Dlk .leant24otBIk8alato21$07& W 4j Wtq rEs-.R7 6 : i 1 V..knwn._ _. ___._______.._ 8,81 "
.r E'4(i NEV NW of NF.Vi Lot $4 In :::::::::::: N. +cc .
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SEVi ., .. S 441 >0 Meal, P.- .
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0 PWV NWV: of 111" ', _NE. '_,i of..._NW,, __ I 1 III 41). A. L. Smith -..Corporation.----..---.--. .... 8.n 7. !II Iii!A of I"NE".r SE l3. of 8E14 NEV: _--eoma____.__._.. t 10 10 I".ph "lame'' __ ___ 1.70 ./7 of NEV W. W14!W14 of of SWIG SW\4 of

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ft N'v ... fll.7! arunwe.nfese.Bww.H _______.. 2891 9
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14 of NW'4 of ,
WEV4 .-.-._---10 I no Unknown. . .. Lot 10. M..: V: : .
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1 of NEH of NWlj ft NWl Nlit of Lou It & 12 7. 'II 11II F, N Andersen __ lill. L" 17 In Won4awn =. 6 I 2 Pottr _ ___ 4.11

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FRIDAY JULY 9 1920.
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BRADFORD
COUNTY rELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN',

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D..erdpti.n 8.a T. L A. Owner Tu.Lot .. Tax. 105 ft. N S10 ft. X 210t 11:)
41 f
68 I. Eat Lwtay -----.... ('h.... Farker _. __ 261Lawtey .laLt Dwrn8tiaa 11M. T. L.. 0....., a CostaE lo beg ___ ____. _SB S SS T.I ..AldermanIan _____ 4.7B
6 I. Ot&'l Buy div of EM.t 'I' Temple .11-. 8 br TtatlRtnet. Lot 4 except 8 P ft of Bit 14 t

W 10" Sanderson w- L. T. A Ce'a add ...._ _SB 1 2S J '
ID Buree .__
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lot II I. OU- pub dly of East a N bS' land of N. T. Rlteh ___I. 1 11 2 .1. Alcio..n ._ ____.?_ 8.44 Lout 10 A 11 of Suit 27 In Tern-

La..wl' -- ---- Gran Erwin': __ __ ______ 211t J Lot In Starke bonded N b" plea Add ____.__...________2B 122 N... Florence Brooke _. ______ .110
pub di. ?
Otfa F.utw Jackson St W
11 inLouie ..f b" Sanderson Lt5of 111k42InLT.Co's

--- J. N.1111...... ._ _______ 1.6S Lane S by A. O. Andrea a. Jdfmwnn sub dlv .. ._____......._______2122 Julio Butler .. __ 1."
in Ott'.sub div of E.ut "to A E!: by' Blk 144 Orts.In.1 Lola2alofBlk11inLT.a

I.awter :-----------:----.----.------.--. Gwen Erwin ._ ._ .______ 1.11 town ._______.____..2S 6 II n !. 01...... _____________ 18.11 Co..a pub die ....._._. ___.__SB II S3 .Jamea Byrd .- .... __.____.. 4."5
cof NE", cof NE.%.. __.._.. .-21 I U 20 c'. H. hu.hUl ._ ___ eeiof G'm :.18 f1 E ...fIE Cor ofBroadway Silk of Temple'a Add ._______-IB < SS M... Eunice E. Canoes _. _.. 47.70 tAll
FN'14 "f ____ a H"J't Sta on N aid.of T.Co's S
ISE'4. NEIo - --24 I 22 10 S. N. Churchill __= ____ 11.1'0 BIkI In L : sub
..AilW14 of 8W14 ..r SE44 Pof lI..rt Bt and run 1'1 10& ft, die -__-_ : _ _.tt 1 SSIxu. Rise Cox .. __......._____ BOO f
K'n..I 1'' load ________.46 I U 5 C. F. Btrwart __ ___ F O2I. 11. 1106 ft, to H..t Bt 4 A. I of Blk IB In L T. 1
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Fw4.. of NWW of 8WW ?____..26 I 112 10 01. R. Abraham __ ________ 668 W 6274 n to beg In 8ta.k.11 112 C' H. N.rlta __ ______ 1011I1 A Co'a add .-.. .--..----- ...28 f SS Bradford County Bank -- ---- 1.10 ;
FEW nf NWT.. of SW14 ______21 6 112 111 A. Paul __ __ _____ 4.0 Inla :: 80 I'Dai\ 5I 24 81 a I One Lot 101 ft square: In ?W Car;
8Wof. NE4E .. of 8W'" _._________21 6 22 111 Ella Wllltams '..80W'I 80 181k M. Dowling.I of BWW of BWW .__________.28 I 22 B W. Drlggera Eat ..______ 10 J
A of 1'1'11 .f NWW of NW.2... 6 21 I T. L. Guprrr 4 III' Add to Starke ________ n. C. H. Marks __ _____ 1.10 6 Arm in BE: Cor of BEW. of L

NEW .f NW4 of NW... ----------27 6 112 10 C. R. Ii..p __-____._..____ .11 J'.rt of a 8 A Lot corn .t NECot' : H.W: __..____ .__._____.____.29 B 82rllk Mr*. A. E. Prlggera .. ____. ft 10 .a
EE1 1 of NW\4\ of SEW a NE of land formerly owned b" 8. in ... T.. A Oo'a sub dlv..2B B SS R M Flleraon .. ._.____..__ 10.'5 ,

sy of 8WW of SE\4 ____.___--27 6 22 10 S. 8. Crlftie __ ____________ ....p T. W. Pweat A run E to I: S t2 ft of Lot 4 A N 10 ft of .(
L..t 26 In Woodl..n ____.______-62 a U :.0 Viola S..t __...__ 4.0 line of Scoe. 211. three, 8 .n 8.eIse Lot 8 of Hlk SO original town..28 B 22 ..... D. L. Francis _______ n..0 i
NW.,. of NEW of SW\4 ------_ I 1 1& 10 JW. S. F. Wolf' __ ________ I.IS 210 ,'d.. tbcon. W to HEC..r One 1x4 emu at NE Cor of Blk C .I
N'% of NEW a Eft of NW 4A of land formerly owned bl' Jones Add A run N 110 ft. W ....

. E% of BW%.. k Wr4 of BE....__ I 122 220 E. E. Canova .. sad th ". N to bq Ie 210 ft. S110ft.P210ftto .
___ '7.11 E"1r of FEW _________..____.1. 6 n 4 0. W. taring Co. ___ 8.71The ____28 I SS French.
FEW .1 NW\4 00 __________ 6 6 22 40 1>r. R. I'. Taylor ......___ 11.82 keg N. D. L, ._,-. 4080 f
___ II 2"% A of the fnllo.ln.. dprribed Lora 8 1---------------la, RlaInga
NE'. of NWW'of NE1y 00 -I 6 22 20 Fallow a Hupklns ___.___ 2.18 -
) W44 01 NW", of NEW NE 1'1.... of land, tt.Ico .- Arid -_--. --.-_-__.__._SB I It filbert Cnann .. .._____... 4 10 jl I

% of NEVI of NW14 --.-.._?___ e / 22 20 Eo E. CaDO" __ ______ r AWV ofO6Eft 8 of NW Lot 2ofBIk42inLL&Co's I,
W'-J 01 E% of NEVI a Eh'p>> ofNWW 4.07 o V4 A run B Ii . 2 Ht! '1'If' T.tl7 auh div .___.-._______.__..____2B ( SS Julia Ooo .... _ ___ U

of NEW ____:.________..1 I 22 110 Unknown __ __ ____________ 1 1..100 elms. E I 81.100 chna Lola II 7 A B of Blk C In R.... ,
E'1I of NEVI .r SEV ________.11 6 21 20 M... Nannir V. 20.0 N 7 15.100 eh.... W II 81.100rhns in.'. Add ___.. .. .._____.____18. 1 SS Dr P. D. HMn _._ -. ......
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_. 160NW'N to tat In NW' of SE14 _.l9 I II 1t'"k...,. _. ._ _______ LII One Lot bounded 8 by' Logan Alley.
of FEW _.________._...._.12 II 22 .11 L. A. Evans ._ __ ......... ...8 > .
W"o 01 NW" of SW" __.__.____12 2 II 20 M... N.nnl. V. S.ndlC7 All S of M It N a W 01 Canal w IIr..llpl W by Bay 8t. A N by .1 t,
160
Etv of E cof SW14 of BEI4--lI I 21 10 Unknown __ __ .__.__' _' 1.1 line b lake ex wherethere Jackson ilL .. ___.__.. ____..__SB 1 82 W. M. llolltngaworth --- -810
J'E'4 ofH"14 of 8W14 a a was s row of ..ra..... trees Com 1B7H ft R of NE Car of I
strip .0 ft wid. W of sameI4 II 22 XO J. O. Luke and there the IIn. tA loa 20 ftB Hoyt: A Broadway Bte A rim 6 'I I
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to the of .. tree. 'I
NWy4 of of 8E14 a NEW tow .n.. El06f1N106ftW IOB ft.t .
I4Sf148 In NW". of NW"-10 A aPW14 beg B ttIM F. II Hale .. ... ,_ 8.46 '
of __ ..2I I 22 /0 Fred Frledrnbert -- ---- -
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NE14 of 8W% of 8E' .18 R U 30 John Topll"?__ ______ Iii .. _______.__,_____.______ S II nil J. 11 1I..nl __ __ 1'1.4' sub dlv __._____.____.____.___28 B SSKlk. Raymond Jackson .. ._____.. '.01
f -- __ ___ 8.U E 18 1.8 A ot !: ___.I1 6 III II ..rd1 1.euoard __ 18 In
FE14. .f 8W" 01 SE'4 ______----12 6 21 JO C. L. 3.k .. SEW 01I14 87 BH A 44 L. T. A Oo'aaub ,
8. A on W aide 01 NW\to of BW14u 1.0 2 A "m .t NE Cur 01 NEV4 ...fNW din .--.--.---.. -______.....SB B SS A. O. Jenkins .. ..-------.. in.m I

N 3 A for church __________11 122! I I Felix Goodwin- __ _. _________ LIP t. A run W ua' yds 8 '10 I Handy. Brym.r 811 One Lot drll"I'' deed In '1\\r.
: NW' 1'.... I' UR yda.. N 70 "da to beg-B2 S IJ -- -- Hook 18. page IBS Bradford Co.
.11 .t JlE Cur ofof
tI emu
SW14 It run W 1080 ft.F ", Lot 2 of 81k 2 In Lincoln Clt"______ M.' Joln.r __ 1.11 Kem>rrie _..__ .___ _______..___.28 tt R. B. Johns .. .........__?.. 17.M
Lots 2 8 A 4 of 111k 1 In LineoluCdy Com 7!H ft E of NE Car of CallA
ft E 1080 ft N .ftO fto
.ftO ._ _._ ___ .______ AMnro Moon __ 1.41
_ ___
n. Court Bla A N 210 ft
beg __ ._________.______.____11 1 12 31 Jeff Ise _. __ ____ __________ M1RPu Lots 0&n'I X of bilk 8 In LlnCCICID K 8 S10 run W j.

01 FEW of NEW _.__.___.._..____.18 I 12 10 40 Julia Ransom G.KOCIwln _..___ '.?8FW14 City ....__ ____. ._____ ____________ lpoac Clark __ ____ I.IIS ft 6SH to beg ft. _______.ft-______5SH_.....SB 12! R. 8. Jol.... .. ........___... 18.18
of ._ __ ._ ._
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NEW ---2 II 22 ftcosonoldo _..____ X.76FF14 lot 8 of Ink 4 In Lincoln CUr__.___ Mary Joiner 1.28SF14 Leta/a. 4ofBIkB81nLTa
of NW'4 ._____-___-_____28 1 22 .0 ]eae R.ynolds 8r. ___ 8.8 : c.f ".;. _ ._ ___. III .0 l'r 01 I', Tomlnaoa ___._ 11.90 I
.. .__ __ _18 0 Coop aub div SB B tSLot. II.) M. Jenkins .. ....... .;... 11.SB
---'--- ---- -
liE ," of RE,. ?__._.._._______..211 II 21 .0 J. S. Prim __._____..______ 10,8.2Corn a 10 An 8. 4 B B A 10 of 'ltri' InK )til
.
210 ft N of BE Cor ofFW44of8W74 NWCur .:o._.E---__ _ ._B4 12 80 G. C Cos __ ._____ ',05NF. ping. '. Add ------------------U B S2 Mra Tervaaa L.vlon-- ,____.. 41'B I
run N liD ft.i .... of liE" ex 6 A I" SE One lot B>H ft E: A W by 10B

i: 816 ft, S 210 ft, !:8. : ('or .__ ...._______.._______.54 S II 86 K. I. Gr.ftie .______._ 9 08NE" ft N A B bounded E by J. F.
beg __t1 I 111 2 M..I1. H.rlor __ ____ _____ __ 11.18
-- -- --- --- 105 of IIWIIo of SEW ._____._-84 a 112 10 C. U. Mark.-----____ Rhoden. N by: Mra Alvareie

Com at NW Cor of. land owned Sly .f FWt4 nf SEW .________a122 110 P. A. Carter ._ .__.__ 4.07 land A. S by Ilnyt St. _____._SB S SS f. 11 Marks ___ ____._____ ....
by Elmira King on E aide of SEW cof NW" _______?_________88 I II .0 Minnie riftla ._ .. ..'0"WI4 Latey96081 fiYPP5486a6I
Ry *. run E at right angle of NW", A N4k of SW\488 152 12U C. C. Grills __ ____ 1171NE in Kowllng'a Add .. .!. a SSLota C. H Marks .. -?.....____.. BIO +7,
to Uy to E line of Sep 21. % of NW\to _?____.____-.___88 I II 40 M.rion Olloaon ._____ '1.0BY 1 A 4of Blk 81 iLT.a.

thence N on said See line to c.f NEW a E\j, of NE\4 of Co'a sub die ___-__.._.____.___SB 1 SS Jthn Mark .. .. ......___.. '.01
Center Street In Templp'a nub NW\ __..______?_________81 I 18 300 W. C. Foster. __ __ n.1I2 Lots I2IIa10.. of NINtln\
div, thence W on St to Ry W % cof flW\4 .?______?-_--.I 1 12 10 N N. Grills _______ 14.84 ttavla A Truby' add ______SS 1 SI W. N. Murdsugh __._______. 82.16
thence 8 Blond. Ry to bee In i iI FF.\4 Df 8W17 _?_________. .__ I 'I II! 40 Unknown ._ ._ __ . .... 8.89 L.b24a/arra..Lot.A&
EH of NEW ex such Iota or NE'.. of 5WV18 Ain NW R of Ink 86 la Johns Add ....-Jin B 1U Carrie A Georgia Mllla ? ___.. SI.76IB
lilerea I of land heretofore beendeeded I ('or __._....___ ?__,. __??_ I 7 II 17 C. H. M.rk. ._ _... .._ 4.17 Lots 1 2 B A 4 of Blk B In .
..1 ..._.._..._..21 122 34. tcotm Guyona ................ II78 I NEW of NWW -_________?__..__ a 7 18 40 S. A. Carter ._ __ ___ ".?O Temple Add __.. _________._.SB B SSC. A. B Rodney Fit .. ....._____. .to
Frae NEW of Blk 8 B of R 1 W; of 8w" of SW14 os 1 A .'m at NE Cor of WH of NW

Eafree NWofBlk8S I in I'll!: Coe _________________ 4 7, 51 38 Francis Clark __ __ _____ 4.0 W of BEW of NEW A. run W
of R 2 E. the whole being. 60ft W% Df NW14 nf 8W",. _-------4 7, II 20 Unknown .. ._ _________ 4.80 100 ft to a lit of 1.ago thence
E W by 170 ft N IAsginNE'orofa5ALot W 1011 fl, 8 807 ft. B.: 1011 ft,

S In Temples sub die ..........21 122 I F. L. Turner _______.._ ..,. owned. by Andrew Jackson .. N SOU ft to beg .......__.____..SB I SSWH Richard Reynolds .. ..,__-. 4.86
1 Lot 2:8 Itetwr 8 aide I :rd.N% i fiE Cor: of PEW. 01 NWW _._._ 5 'I 12 1 Ju."I..1' Lumbar. a Sappy 0o. '.10 cof Silk 40 In L. T. A Co'a

ft p on W of Cow .1 NW Cor of 8W14 of Nil: sub div _.......__-?._?._.._..SB I SS W. E. Snell .. _._..___._._.. 1.BO ,Ir
Rnt81k 28otR2Eln I t4 a. run E 780 ft S 280 It total A LofItlkSSinL.T. A
Temple'a nub dlv .. ........__...21EH I SS 2 ROM William .- .-.----- 148 W 7811 ft. 1'1 lAD ft to bq ___ 6 7 II I Ami LH ._ ______ 1.11 C<.. sub div ... -....."" I rS i Will Sanders .. .....--...--.. S8B
of Blk 1 8 of R S B I, E% nf NEW of NEW 6 SEW Iota 188 A 4 of iilk' 4 In leanlilea t

WH of. Blk 1 S of R 8 I oUf NEW ______00_____.__.___ I 'I 2a 10 Janie Clark .. __ .___.__ 11.10 Rdd _____.___.___....__............ U A. Shaver Company: ___.. II." "
EA SEW of BIkINof R 3 A on N end of Wlil of NW14 W all H ft of Lota B A 7 of Bid

2 E, NWW of Blk 1 8 of of NEW E of R" ___________ 1 7 U 1 Harriet (Ibis __ ______? 1.1 17 In Original Town .n_..__, ......... Then Tlaon .. ........____.. 82.26 I.
R 2 E NM. of SWW of Bog 2 ehnp S of NW Cur of Nfl lot 8 4 A. NH of Iota BAB

Blk 1 8 of R 2 E a. N,", \to of SW" a. run S I clot, of Blk A in Jones Add ,__..._.SB 1 SSB ['r. J. P. Tomllnaon .. ____. 8B6B
of SWW, of Blk 1 S of R S E 1U rhns. N 8 chns. W 10rhns A..... In NEW of PEW of SEW. : j.
E In Temple'a nub div __.____..222H B 22 17 N. B. Bull .. ____ ___..___ ..U tu I..... e5 W 1 A ________? I 7 12 II Mary Joiner. __ ___- ___?__ I.ao . I... % A In NK: Cor. and ,
A com at NW Cor of Center SW"% .f NW4 a 8% of NWWof iHiimiled E "" Ole line, 8 byKy

Ft and Stark A Lawtey pub SE" _____00_?___?____ I 7 12 fII James Clark ._ ___ __ __ '7.I? W by HMtch place. In E. -

lie road A run W along. said 1'1.. nf NE..ol. NE" ____._______ II 7 II 20 ferry N..m __ __..__ 4.07 .rll""'. Add ___._... _.._..___....* 122 Unknown _. .. ........___ IS.16
St; 490 ft to land of N. D NW'.ofP1E44exISAInSE. : Lots 1 A 14 A 8H of Lota S A

Hairaman, thence N along said Car ____._ _____ ______ 9 'I II ao C. H. Marks -- ------- 1.19 18 of Silk 18InLT&Co'sAdd
land 280 ft thence E 480 ft NW14 of NW" ___________10 7 U .0 I'.rry N.om ._ ..__....__ 7.0 ___. ____ ______ ____ .._._. ,28 1 22 Joe Hill Williams .. ...--._., 48 05 1
to said road, thence B along. BW%. of IIW ._____??____.10 7 n 40 ..... N. F. M.hon. ._ ___ 1.1111 lots 1 2 B 12 18 A 14 of Blk 17 f-

aid road to beg in Temple'! $W%. of NW)(o ____.________ __._10 7 II .0 A. J. CriSis _. _?__. 'I.O L, T, A. Ce's aub div .28' 22 Angelina Weller .. .....__.-. .. 706
sub div.___- _____. _:: -.--?.,,..22 B SS 8 Joe Morris __ ..__._._________ '.01 S W 740,f N BWW" of SEWn "
1 A in BW lee or SEW or nWH NWI4 E..a ____.______...I1 T 21 III W. C. Foster. __ _____ 1.DDX44
W44> "*____ _?__"___22 122 7 Unknown .'. .. _......n_?. B '8Mra of NW14, of 8W" _______11 7 12 211 M O. Orlll'la __ ______.___ 411'1SW14 dated
of SE" of"NEW ______._28 B SS 20 8. L. Alvarez ..--.-? 1082 .f NW14 _?______-_._?. 7 21 440 M.... 1:11..t!: C. Grill'ie _.___ 11.1111 Pile Cured In 6 to 14 DaysIlru9glsts purchaser. of tax certificate No. SB7 filed.

NEW" of NWW of SWI4 ___._.__28 182 10 Swallow. Hopkina .. ....... 2'88 All __ ..-_ ___.___n_.____ ...14 7, 22 1411 Saul lens __ ______._____.___ 'lO.ME" refund If PAZO OINTMENT fa IIIo the 4th day of July deed A. to D.laaua 1HOB.In ham.ceordnt -
money for tax
W IB A of NWW of SEW A of of : : application I
o NEI4 a NW14 NE44 ;
cure lluhlim, Blind 3leedlnil I or PnitradlnB PlleaiiHinnlly wHu ..' laId mnlflcate erihraeea the
N B A of WH of SWW of A NEW cof NW14 a W% of08WW iHlev' ? lit hluit I'1 iln. and made .
SEW N of Peek; mad .--.-...--24 B SS 21 R D. Bower .._.......--?_ 7.18 .f IIE14 _____________--11 7 12 40(1 I'.ul Bros _. ._. __.____.___ 44.12 * --JT e. era UJ'llil'itnu\ : you. rVN-e'tan gtrr'Utnl said certincate described In properly my office situated and has In Brad
E% of SEW of NWW A 8 NW\4\ of NW" aSof. NWWa following
WW of SEW of NWW ________26 B 22 80 Fphram A Adam Tlaon\ ____ <4 NEW of BEW ?_.-....-.-2& ft 12 40 W. C. Foster _.__.___ 641B4 of NI':" a. NEW of NW14--11 T 2H 120 E. I' II.... _. __.__?____?___ 2>>..111S tallow I Cleared the Mill of RaU." BY .uth..t quarter of Nortbweat....... Quarter .t
SWW of SWW ..____............2& 122 40 Wm E. Yarborough .____? % of NE" __-----------------42 7 22 110 M... E. 8. 1l.aa _. 00-__.._____ U.1I4 J. Tucker. R. I."An Section' S{ Tp. H. R. 21. 40 .
data tif the
NWW of SKY-----------------2- $ II 22 40 L. L. Geiger .. ........__... 12 VO AU NM, 01 NWW of NWWW 1 he .Id land lielng a.re-4 at the of "%

W% of SWW SWW A SW elf RI' _..____. ..___._______.?1'1 7 12 1. U. W. Moon .__ _________ .81 night watchman believe I haveNeer Issuance. of. such certlneate In said the certificate name v
of NWH1 of SWW. al.o com All _--__--. __._____________.__.28 7 II 440 Paul "r... .. _______ 0.00 than ( "... Ifailierta. A. Co.lna. deedwill ., ,
1UI :rda N of SW ('nr of AU _. .... __--_________.._ ._.If 7 21 Den Paul Ito.,. .. _______._ 10.00 more rat any man. Dogs: shall lie redeemed according. to law, tax :
NWW of BWW A run E 147 All ex W'"' cf 8W\4 ___?_?___21 7 112 60t1 I'aul Itna __ ._ ____.. 88.al wouldn't dare go mar them Got $1 \ l Issue there on on the 12th day of July 'i//1

:yda. N 110 yd*. W 147 yda NW14 of NEVI '7.! Ntt of NW"2' 'I 112 120 1'0,1 Itna n __?__...__. 18.411 Ikp ( f RAT-SNAP Inside of A wwkaclpnrod A. t>. moWitnee. and teal thla
B 110 yd: to big. _.___...._.___2B 128 .8 Tin. Tlnon -- -------------. 14.40Tolly 4 A InIW Car cof EI%{ of SW14 : ) my' official denature
WH of SWW of NWW A N of NWI4 ex 2 A for church ___.2'1 7 22 I Jpnnl. mrkenn .. _. __._.___. 1.4'1 them all onto Killed<<1 them by the Hlh liny. of June A. D W.1020.T. WEEKS: .,

\ of NWTW ... of SWW 401 B NW of NE\to A BWt4 of NEV.a the score every nifrht.: Ouemi\ \ the Te twere llradford FlaIly i
9 1.8 Acre. ________.__........22 122. 40 A Drew ..___.__________ 1761 Ely: of NW14 a NW14 "fIW" Clerk Circuit Court Oout.tr, I.
NEW of BWW of NWW- ---------.26 S tt 10 8. r. Morgan .. ..---....---- 6 fig ]\ tY _____ .________________.27 7 12 UII Paul Pros ._ ._ .___...___. :'..11I spared away. Ill never be without C A. KNIOirr.Bll6t7. Clerk.. j
HIAofNWW of NESof BWI4 .f NEVI a. NS4 01 N% of KAT-SNAP." Three 1111.,,", 25c, ((8<'.)) 11.puty \

public mad .___._- .......____27 6 22 B Mr). Dora Siblry .. ....-.---- 1527 I NW" nf SEW ___________---21 7 12 fill W. F. Nichol. _________ 8.00F. and Pe- ,
EH of NEW of SWW of NEW % of 8W14 ot NW" _.._____..18 7 21 20 01. H. WII.n __ _.__ ?_____n_ 107Reg F.OC, $1. Sold guaranteed by
A 8 A In NW Cor of SEW .t a "t 2ftO ft E of a pt Witt C. Jonrn\ and Mitrhell'a DrugStore NOTICE\ !: OF FINAx..INC11ARG11Notice

of NEW .______.___________-__27 S ss 6 W. M. Bryan .. ____._______ BIO 206 ,01. N nr SW Cur cf NEW in benliy, given that aisle l days from,
W% of NEW of BWW of NF.1427 122 II C. E. Murrhee .. ..__._____ 4 RU 01 NEI4 a run E 740 ft. B 182SLyda.W140ft.N1D9yda Hie first puhlleatlon. hereof I wfJrenent Finn to
Com at N ECor of SEW of NEW \ the County' Judge. of Bradford County,
ft thence 2 'I J. P. J'epln, Ash 9.27N NOTK OF ELECTION: Ida. my final eecounta and vouchers nf the
A W 882 o beg 7
South Easterly run to a pt 221 ft % of Stilt---6--In---Hampton--;;;-----'::=::=: 7 : I hr. W. E' Middleton ::=:::::: 46.8.1: Ily the lower voted In them Tty the Rrhool mete. (if l>. E. Hall, lab of llradford county e

W of Sec line on 8 aide of LctA 7 8 8 10 11 22 18 a. lotRIk lwa of the State of Florida. the Board of .............. and apply for the approval of

PEW'; of NEW A thence South 4 In Hampton .. __.____._.80 7 12 Mm. healer Jon_ .'________ 1102PFW "I'uMIe In.truotlon of Bradford Countr hp..- .me and for my final dli.eh.rg. aa auch ad-

Easterly ADO ft to a pt 120 ft of "E'-4 ._____ _.________U 7 112 .0 N. ". Cauthen: .1 __?___ I.All iiy ordera an election to I* held In Van mlrilatr.to
from said Sec, line, thence E NN'W of NWW . ----84 10 Paul Row 4NI) ill.rlillt Suvclal Sub Bclilol Dlatrlrt No. 10 11iI. llth day' of June 1K20
120 ft to See line, thence N E% of SW 84 & w %'of SFv..14- ; == 1810 N. t'. u\hpn--:::::==:::: 41181Bu. I nn Mfitnnlay July S4. Iliad, for the purnoaertf DAVID B HALL,

on See line to beg. ..___.......27 122 12 folly A Drew _._________.._. 4." .. of 1'1420 f& of NE'4 of SEV ..84 7, 22 311 Unknown __ __ _________.____ 1.82 electing three trualeea and to determine Ailmlnhtrator of the relate of il "t.. .Mall t.Ic.eased. 8-B-
0 I
4% A in BE Cor of NEW of 015% of 8W4 F. of Sty a 0 A In the ftnimmt of mlllaire III Ite .....Hed. -

FEW: being 8 AN" 8 A PoW for Df IIW\4 of 5504 ______88 7 22 11'1 R. M Flat,, __ __________.. 18 24 For the purpone nf boiling the said election -
A E A W .._____._._____.27 168 5 Then Tidon .. ........._____. 11.06PFty 8 A corn et fW C... nf NWI4 of) the following managers have been anIHilnledt 1SOTICK: OF FINAL IHSCHARCB
of NEW ex about S A off PEW It run E 1180 ft. N 410ft 1". M. Norman H M. Alvarea, W.llarnage Two monlha after date hereof I will present
E aide A 8 A in NW CorA W fl311 ft. S 210 ft In leg.-.aI 7, 22 8 J..m. n. Hold.., __ __--_.. 4.1 Jo', my vouchers, and final account. to the, lion

4 A In SW Cor A NEWof NW'4 .1 PF.W os 8 A In SW L. C. POWELL, (,.... A. lardlnrr.' County Judge nf Bradford
SEW ex about 4 A In SE CorA CM .__._. .-__..__ -_n__ ----811 7 12 87 P. B. W".reI __ _.____.,? 11.1' Chairman Board Public"' Instruction llrailford (ounty. lorlda.' and ask to lie discharged aaailnilnlMrator
I AIn NW Cara 4A NE,. of NFW A 1'1'4, of NW14 County' Florida of the e.lale of I). B: Hall, de>
In SE Cor ___________n.t: t 22 66 W. M. Bryan .. ......____.__ 14.80 of 74514 a .n II% nf NW44of A Meet "..".01. .
Com 1110 ft W of NF Cor of NE'4 W nf Rr a. NW of 8W'4 F. II i'OBi'ELL, '( his the 20th day of May' 1I ZI).
WH of NWW of SEWofN or NEW _.___h._______._ 2 B 22 8.7 J. M. Ilvrse. __ __;____ 1841 ('n, Hui.t. and s..'". B-2B-6I-7-SB D. 8. HALL, ,J.
EW. run S 245 ft, W 100 ft, All III%{ 01 NWW cf 1'11'4: E of. Ailmlnl.tralor of the Enlale of D, B:. Hall ,
N 24B ft E 100 ft to beg ______28 6 22 Richard Reynolds .. .......... B.BO Jtl' _.. .._ .____.______ I I 12 14 S. 1'. Ouft..rd __ ____?_ '..29E' NOTICE liP' INTFNTIOK: TO ATM FOR Ifcreeaaed 6.2lt7l, .
Com 200 ft W of NE Cor of '', flf IIWI 4\ of SE'4 a W44 of ADOPTION OP MINOR CHIIIIKEN:

WH of NEW of 8EW of N NEW of fiE'" _n.. ..____._.___ I 8 21 .0 ..... CI.ra R. Wllll.ms ______ .111 Notice I. henlty' given that on Tuesday'
EW\ A run 8 248 ft. W 1011 Per. ..t4 See line orMlle the 2nth day of July' A. D 1U20 the gods NOTICE OP ELECTION!:
It. N 28ft ft. E 109 ft to beg___28 I 22 Geneva Yawns .. __________ 880 I'.t on 1'1 line nf II.... I a. run aimed. will make application by petition to By the, tower vested In them t>y the. BehonlI .
Lot 8 of Illk 1 In Stark. ___._____________ N... Elvenla Morgan .. _____ IIII Po 1111 degrees. E 181ft\ for aatarting the Honorable J. T Will.. Judge of the .a we of the fll... of Florida, the Board of
,
Lot 8 of hilt S in Blarke ______________.._ J. T. Uuliley ._________ 11.89 1..lnt. said lit wine.. 10It r.liihth Jnillclat Circuit: of Florida, for an or. uhlle Instruction c.f llradford. County hereby
W 2< 2.8 ft of Lots B A 7 of from renter of Rr tr.ebthane. lr adopting. Alonao I'hllllna and Audrey Bel) orders an election to lie. held In JohMtown .
Hlk 17 in Stark. .______________ Theo Tlaon ._ ________________ SB B4R II P4%o dp"l'OH. E' p.ral- Thllllne, minor hairs of the late. I'erey Phil.liria Hueelal Sub School Diltrlet, on Saturday '

1 Lot on N aide of Call St Sri with n" ftll ft. thence N eI..P...... and children' of ...nl. Mod. July 17, 114/0, for the puriioee of electing. three I II. .)
IS2H ftE& W by210ftN ttiy' d...._. F. 10 ft. then.N of New Nice llradford County, Florida. The tru.te,a and to dilermlne the amount of mlliMye -
A%\ bounded N by Jefferson drrrrn. W IO ft, t'nof undersigned. being the uncle, of the said ehll.dn to lie anaeaaedrnr ,
.
lit? W by land of Vida V. . R ::'. d.eres: W 40 feet o pt n. the ,nun-"e of holding. the said .1.... v
Morgan S by Call Bt. A E by # bee In NW'04' nf NEW __ I 8 22 R. M. Nlnt. -- _.________ 4 J'IflF 1I.III.fit-.lft.( C. M PHII.tirS. lion, the folliiwlntr, managera have been ap.M.lnleiti '
Blk 17 In Starke _______.........____ 8. Johns .. .___......___ 14 A9 of '" W yy of N-- Ilinry Varnee. W. M, Varnea, O.H .
Lot 8 of Blk 26 In Btarke .._____.._ Mra E. W. Burrouihe. ____.. 10.B2Quigley 4 8 :ww, __ .. 122\ 292 W. C. Foster. ________ 81.88 NOTICEllenliy !: Gnr-s..
E% of Lot 1&. Lota S6a7. Wit of NW'i a-NW4 SWIy Conn I. C. POWELL:
of Blk lift In Starke __.__.....______ Lumber A Supply Co.. 21 49Qululey B ';' of 9 wt .__ I II 12 240 Melrose Mfg. Co ____ 18 IIIII notice la given' that the Town will ( halnnnn floarri. Public" Instruction, Bradford
Lot 2 of Illk 27 In Starke ____________ Lumber A Supply Co.. 21.18 1AI .f ofP. of 1'Ilr.14' of NIr.4 _. 0 t t9Wt4 10 Unknown _______ 1.18 ell meet of at Htarke the ,City Bradford Hall on County Tuesday., Florida July. Bth Lota C A I) of Blk 24 I In J. M. of of A t..11.
NE' a !
NEW NWI4of Iliad at 8 clock m.. aa a Imar J of equaltxere -
J. L. Warren Eat ...________. 11 12 p. (
POI'PFLL.Co
Stark. II
Johns Add to HElie It W14 of I'IW'4 0' for the of hiarlnvr. rornplalnti F: .
Lots 246 afree. Low A&B NEVI: a. NW'4' a. NW" .f 8W'4 receiving purpose the value of Bunt. and ......1'. e-B-f t-7-lB
and testimony aa to
of Illk 86 In J. M. Johna Add to a. W% of PWt4 M SW' 'f__ 0 B 22 2AO W. C. Aster. __ ______ 81.,8E"A property, real, personal or mt" .ed. tut I
... _______ ______- Carrie A Georgia Mllla ____ 2178 any
Starke ........ of. NEW: of NW'IW'" fined by the towp tax BJiaeaanr for the year I NOTK B OP FINAL DISCHARGETwo
Lots 2 A 4 of Hlk 8B In J. M of NW'A n 1\ I\ in 111'' Cnra 11120 against the' wnera agents of auehprfterty. after date hereof we will ,
__ ____ ____ 4.BO or month fire
Johna Add to Btarke ._____..__._._ J. T. Quigley IIW14 nf NW'4 et 8 A In l I sent our vouchers and final amount. to the
Lot 8 A N 20 ft of Lot 6 of RECnrae. NAIn NE Corv'f'c .
K.WITT C. JONES, lion (leo A. ardlner.. County Judge ofllradford

Blk 87 In J. M. John Add to __ J. T. Quigley. _..______.____ 88.86Joe i : ';: NWW pv 10 A In 110 J. f' 1I1I1Ir.nel ....._ 28ft4 Atte (halrman Town CouncilC : I County; ; ', Florida I and auk. to he dlcharged .
Btarke ._____ .... ------------- 6 A NF. Car _,..II 22 .s op. administrators of the estate of E.I .
A. FUTCHTown .
.Loth 1 A 14 A BH of Lota 2 A NuNW' Nl:4.a4.: _._ .____ .___..___11In 5B 18 An C. n. rake ____on 18.88 Clerk. -1-1. ). Abernathy aa ......_d.
18 of Silk IB In L T A foe N 820 ft of NEW of I'IW"' a H June A. T>. 120.O
Sf.1S This the 2Hlh day of .
... ,.__
__ Hill Williama '
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Add to Htarke .___ 440it "f 11.nr IIW14 It 1'1'' NOTICE: or APPI.ICATIXW FOR TAX I)r .DUNKFR J. AII r:UN A THY,
Lot 4 B II ft of Blk 14 In L. of "E'ex W 4
ex ofNW14 SECTION alit OF TUB!: MRS ALVA ABFRNATHY.Adinlnlalratora .
Starke __________._._____ Dan Boree ._ .____ 11.111 .
T A Co' Add to .. I'IW'4 .f SP4&NtinfSE. (.ENr-kAL: STATUTES: of the relate of E: D AhO'..

Lota 6 A. 7 of Blk 27 in L ____ P. M. Rlggl ____ '.01 '414 .r PEW a 8'% nl NEI4of Notice la hereby neon that 't. .'. Rivera.purrliMed I nathy, I_....... .,..1.1It8.2'I.I .
.___._ ___ -
T. A Co Add to Burke ? NF.W .x A in Car N
lit Ta fertlftrnte: No. S4! eluted
: 118 land Co ____ _.
11..kll'n .20.Un
Lot T. A Co'sAdd ; __ : '
7 of Silk In L. ..11 12
IU __ Dan Bores __ ___... ..-._ '.'B the 2nd day of July, ., I). lIlT has filed I PETITION FOR AN ELECTION 'I
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to Stark. __ ____ ?--- 4 A NW aid certificate In olftee and has .
I I fWlo.rt Gal __ ____ 1.47 ny We the nmleralgned'. .. hernby' intltlon the
Lola 8 A 4 or WH of Blk _. ..31 5 II application for tax .led tn Wne( In arcordanca .
of Honorable' Hoerd of Puhlle, Instruction ofllrailford
In Livingaton Truby A. Cos .. ........_______ 5.20 Nu: Wj i W'4 I6D R. n. __ with law Said ...'W..'. embracea tlie
.. __________ Roe Cox : lIo"N Clayton ____ 98.79 Count Florida, fur an election tnhe
sub div ._.._ ___... A NW 4 -__-.--__14 I 22 Hno W. C. Fate, fnllnw'ng described. ,....,..rt". ..iael. In llrad.
__ lI.lltI"t .
-.J. NaturdayJuly .
Blk Truby aCo's __ .._...._ 8 2a held at on
BB In Livingston IW\Io A NWW of 81':14 11 .l.r.t'I''r\
_______ R. M Ellereon .. -------... 1(27 SII Unkno..n -_________ 1.07NHU ford County Florida, to-elll 17, into, to : a sub..rhooidistrict I
....__ __ __ .
sub div .... -- n' _ ._ __ _. ___ .2 West Hail of lot 811, In T. f.: ekle'a. lot shall be .established. to he formed. of "
Bike A. In Livingston Tru of a !: of SI'' .f
by A 87 Co'.88 sub div..___ ____ A. O. Jenklne .. --- 1112 NEV. NEVI E4y n 1 4 ftO t/nhnown_ __._________. '.80 adilitkin to Lab flutter The aild land IfelngaMMMned the following territory and to be known aellrannen '
Llvlngnton Tru- of F.4"ila- .:::22 3 288 Melrnae. Mfg.. Co. _____?M 28.HI at the dale of the Iwuance of such ",,"-h.1 Dlatrirt No. ___ to wit :
BH of Blk 41 In ___ J. J. Aaron _ ....__?_ 281 .0 R. 11. Clayton _____. '..81ttoIW'4 certificate In the name of Unknown Heetlon. 18 Tp. B South. Range. 1. E.: See
by' A Co'a sub div .. -- --- NWWPWr4 n/ "WI4.. .. .__..._.____21\\ S 12 llnlena' said certificate shall lie redeemedaceordlng .
Lot 2 of Silo 42 In Livingston SBIJullua of 8E'4 ____._..... .___._.20 t 12 .0 Unknown -;;ilect:': to law tax deed will .issue thereon inns f, 117\ end IN, Tp 6 B' Range 20 F..
Truby' A Cos pub dlv ___.._.--____._.__ Julia, Goodwlne -- ---------- It. M. Also that the following be appointed manageraat
nn the tilth day' of July A. I>. 1HZO.
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the said election. to-wlt : J. L. Vamea,
Lot Truhy 8 of A Blk Co's 4,1 sub In dlv Livingaton____._.--._______+.. Butler .-.----.. S.88Jeue Witness my official/ signature and seal this Million Moore, p. p. K._.
the list day of June A. t>. 1820 P. !'. K...., J. N. Moore M. T.. Addison
WH of bilk 43 in Livingaton. .: __ Johnson (Col!) ______ SCO TOWN TAX NOTICE W T. Wt-KB: J. II bowling. J. r. fly_, R. R Taylor
...._
Truhy hub div .. suctan
puhlle
---- --- N'diee. .is hereby given, that the following described lands will he sold at Clerk Circuit Court.: Bradford (:m", Florl.U. J. I. Varnea. petitioner B-184t17-1
Blk 44 In Livingston Truby' A O Jenkins 4. 0Mra / tile PTILNT MONDAY IN AUOU8T. 1t20. It being the tad del' of said month atStarke Hy C. A. KNIGHT
A. ------ on
Co'a sub div ______._. __-_ In the County .f Rradforel. IIt.ta cof F bdda. or much thereof" as will he n.eess5rrto -2K.tt-7-2. (Beat) iMiputy Clerk
Lou 1 2 B 7 A 10 of BIk-2 in with th4 seat of said NOTICE!: 10 rnroRs AND' Car.nITORJII
tl.i. together
M Murdaagb 4..11 .herein. set posit. same.
W. -- pay the" amount due for taxes op
_...
rice indebted Mm.
bans A Truby Add to 8 la - All fienona to the estate of
Lot. B4Nof" Lots l 5&Iof 42.11Lola sale and advertising;. HILAB K1TR.: NOTICE!: OF FINAL DISCHARGE Julia A. Walnrtvht. late of Brailfurd arum,
Illk A in N. J. Jones Add ..________ Dr. J. P. Tomllnaon .----- Tax Collector Town of Starke. Florida Notice la hereby .given that slut)' dan Florida.. deeeaiM, are reifueated to pay their

6 A B of Stilt C in N. J. ... 18.20Lo from the tint publication .hereof I will I/re- said dehta. forthwith and all pennons having
Jnnea Add to Btarke __.____________ T. J. Alderman ------ Taaea Bent to the County Judge of Hradfnrd County. elaima, against said ....te shall file the sans

1 2 II A of Blk, 4 in Temple A Co.---. 21.41 9 Bee. T. R. o4. OwnerMra. A teaS Florida, my final aeeounfa and vonrhera of duly ..authenticated with the undersigned/ Ad-
to4 .: H. A: Shaver IleecripUen the ...,. .. of J. W. Norman late of 1i..Moodoount" mlnlitraujr within or they
.. hereof
a Add Btarke one year twill
E. Canon. ....... 41.H I Lot 7 of Blk 11 In L. T A Co
Eunice a
Blk Stark.Mrs. : __.__... IUD deceased, and apply for the approval .be. forever barred. .
.
B In Temple Add to add _.. _. :_. ._.. .__28 1 SS Mallnaa Anderson
Lot IB of Blk 14 In Temple Addto Unknown .. __ _______.. 1.Bi I Iota 1 of Blk 4in. L. T. A arlmlnlntratAr. Thin 4th day of Jun., 120
__ "ub' ______._ sue The lIHh day of Jun. 120 J. r K1CKLITFR.:
Btarke -.--_-------- ---m. Co', .. _SB 1 22Lfrt. J, J. A a rone .. ..-.-. '1

to Btarke of Blk I ._28. In_Temple'a_ ---_-Add---_____.___ Jamea Green Eat ._. ....___ 1.Bf I B A B of Blk C -In Jones. Administrator of the J Eitate F.. NORMAN of J. W. Norman B-4-M-7-80 Admlnlatratorreeumt y
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Add also Lot of land bounded
Lot II of Blk SB in r-eek'1 Add Mamie Manrlck .. --.-------- 1.BfMra I by' Temple Ave N by land of deeeaaed A-ia-.\- -lJ 0.T..te..... doW Trek
to Stark. ____.____..__.___-?--.-
W Banderaon
N. T Kluh.I by
Le... 42 B A. 11 of BIN B m T. J. Alderman __ ____'_'. . 87 6 ..UTI( Po OF APIMKATION Fits TAX 1'JIoo.: by pmlfytbad. .....
vitality ana
D I amity
_.._ __ T.r_. Levlton ----- 4' lane A B by Pratt St ..._.... .28 1 SSk UNRER: HfCTION' B7II OF THE
Rialng Sla'Ve
Add to '< Acre eon at BW Cor of Myr. Ik:bin. the bHwd. You can anon feel He >trengiaenlng >
'. 1. GtNtkl"T"TUTr.: :
> 6 7 aof. Blk 4 la 4.111 I A Hta. A. B. ,
tie Madison
J. T tlulgley --- -- run InvlMoretioa: Lifer Nice. /Oa
108 ft. W 106 ft B IOB ft. W
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-. .. -- .. -. .-- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII. ST RKE'FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1920. ,
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1, ra T. B. Trieet hipped another cor of Springs, well)) Known In Bradford and 1 Kill the rat. Use Barium Car

a !; Bradford County Telegraph home Kewey. Goethe, of Sapp was a visitor watermelons last week. adjoining counties a. distributor of A. D: ANDREWS bonate. a tasteless and odorless
mineral
In Starke on recommended Unit.
here Sunday afternoon.The Miss Estelle\ \Voodard was a visitor WatkiriB1 products, was by
== -=- -= .- i Bradford County CommunityFair In Hampton Thursday morning. Monday. He expects to come back vd States Government. Farmers

p GblUhed Weekly, and entered as of District Three will have a Miss BertieSwindel was a visitor here as an early date which will be Bulletin No. 896, Pace 16. This

.PI! rlaaa matter at the poIIt.o ice at meeting in July 12 in the Andrews to Starke Saturday announced in time, ready to sell) his COMPANY 'bulletin on rats and mice sent

E SI ark e. Florida. building to perfect the organization.They The remains of Mrs. Charlie Beck, !goods. They consist of extract, family free upon request. Barium Carbonate .

'. ; =--==== request the officers and chair of Hampton were laid to rest here \ and stock remedies toilet articles, is sold in thirty-file rent

-= Editor and Owner. men of different committees to be on at Hope cemetery Wednesday after- etc. He asks his old and new Customers packages at Scott Drug Co"
MATTHEWS,
T- S. wait until he comes when Rafford Fla. Starke, Fla. 7-9-tf.
hand noon amid a large concourse of people to ,

,,1 I Fe.Madjor.- of Lake Butler filledhis who had gathered to pay their they can get just what they want.- -

Considering the well-known fact I appointment here atthe Methodistchurch last respect Many beautiful floral Adv.* Rub-My-Tism i in a powerful nti8Pp.tic .

that it cost. nearly two dollars a year Sunday. offerings were laid on the grave and V.r_ Submits the following ; it kills the poison caused from in.

to support a rat it is curious that It Mrs. W. W. Rice returned Sunday to our people exterrtl heartfelt sympathyto BANK STATEMENT for consid- fected cuts, cures old sores, tetter etc

I requires a bubonic fever scare to Jacksonville, after upending a few the bereaved ones. Report of the condition of the fl..dlordCounty prices your -Adv.
? start rat extermination In earnest. with friends. M. W. Lee of Lakeside and our 11.,,". at Stark. In theUi t.* --,
; weeks here ? -
'orlda at the ei... .. "esloan. June S9. IA20 (eration.
Mildred Kickliter left Saturday for faithful Sunday school superintendent H fob._ Habitual Constipation' Cured

business' .rt dMrount. ______ _.u.21T.IIU.n In 14 to :21 DayLAXFOS *
transacting in Starke -
The population of Palm Beach is, Jacksonville where she will upend a was Overdraft! _-_.__________u' UtJlI WITH PEPSIN"
t4 i according to the last census 8.C59. few weeks visiting. Saturday. ,.,- __' 1410000 Grits Is a specially.

1 From the noise Palm Beach Is making Quite a crowd of the young folks Several of the young folks enjoyeda itatST'eo"nl? and"mun"lelpeTT.ond., : ... *.0 150.00 0.00: Per bag $5.25 Constipation.prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative It relieves for Habitual

? in the world one would think the attended the show at the State Farm pound party at the home of Mr. and War Tlradford en'Inda Co achool atampa warranla- -------- .2.U5.UlI.nkln. ; should be taken regularly for promptly 14 to 21 but

t ( i population was 'at least three times a.Juge. Saturday night. Mrs. H. D. May Friday night. .. house, furniture and fix. Meal to induce regular action. It days
___ ____ _________. 1n.llnn.nII Stimulates and
I ; The old saying that "children Mr. Sweat of Sanford, !spent the Arthur Bennett Bill Gnann John Other turM real state __ ---___-____. ... fI.7f111.10 5 25 Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
t should be seen but not heard," does weekend here with family. Hall and Willis Swindel were among !>,!" from Incorporated ....nh _____ 70,155.12Checka 7.28.711 Per bagGreen per bottle.
and exchangs for elrarlnir -
not apply to this youngster the visitors to the county metropolis ('...h) on hand __nn_.__.___ 111.11117.27 Coffee

k l ii FIVE MILE Saturday. Total . _---_.______478.840.fl5 ?5e r .
J. L. of --
fifty-three inches high is reported King, Lake Park, Ga., was l.l.bllltle.SSL Per Pound
r Rye looking after business interests here &nek paid' In _.___ 28.lIno.1I0 You Do More Work ...
r from Winnipeg:, but roundabout Five Mile, July 9.-Miss Lucile recently. $ fend __ .-.:_-::::_.__:- i8.B o. ot'hdMded Real Good Green You are more ambitious and
you get
in this community is extremely proflla firs .xpen.*a and more
Thursday
y'M Carnes returned to Johnstown Mr. and Mrs. Will\ McKinney were ,ax... paid, _. __._____ ____ __. 1.47828 Coffee 30e enjoyment out of everything when your
difficult to Ret it even three fingers after a week's visit with her cous visitors Individual' drMrolla .uhl..t. 10 "h..k207.111t.II5. per pound blood is In good condition. Impurities in
tall-orlando Reporter-Star. It can't In Miss Norma Dekle. to Starke Saturday.Mr. (.. check outatandinir ____ SM.J8 the blood have a depressing
niT. very effect
With Norman of Plant City, was a S.vlnr. depolta ._ _________..220120.72 the on
; I. be so bad as all that, brother. Messrs. P. P. Dekle B. J. Thomas Bacon system, causing weakness, laziness,
the good roads and fast automobiles I. Blume business visitor- here last week on a fishing Total "_ __ __.__________-_____.478,840.115 25e nervousness and sickness.GROVE'S .
and D. transacting
were
+' y you have down there, it is less than a trip.Several Klat* of S1orideCoty of Bradford, s.t Per pound TASTELESS Chili "(I:>1C
abov-naind
in Lake Butler Thursday. of I. J. H. Ritih. eauhii-r of the
Orlando Hampton's people attended ,. restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
Sabbath day's journey between Bank, do aolmnl swear that th above w-
and Palm Beach Misses Dcllf and Mae Duke spent the burial of Mrs. Beck Wednesday m."t I. true tn the best nf m. knnwl.dye' and i Lard and Enriching the Blood. When yoU feel
,, Saturday in Worthington.: afternoon. 1..It..I. I. H. RITCH. Cashlrr. 27e its strengthening invigorating ell'.t..ce
Per
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Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gainey and Mrs. Messrs. J. P. Padgett and family Corres'N. T.. -RlteIt" .I W" T. Week Q. J. Griffin. I pound bow it brings color to the cheeks and I 1. w
u' Prices of nearly all' commodities are Amanda of Mr. C. Sullivan 111..ln.... it improves the appetite you will then
Gainey were guests and family, Mr. and Mrs.Henry .
steadily coming down and railway; 8ui.cribed and worn to before. m. this, Tth Shorts appreciate Its true tonic value.OROVE'S .
and Mrs. L. G. Johnson Sunday.T. Koon, Calvin Triest and Melvin day of July ll"20. J. L. PEEK. 3.75 & $4
strikes do not interfere with proper J. Dukes and family, Mrs. Bar- McKinney were among the visitorsto Notary Public.BANK Per bag TASTELESS Chili 1O.VC.
of will is not a medicine, it is
distribution the patent
cost living tm.i.y;
I ? tiara Dukes and daughter Miss Hattie Starke Monday to attend the celebration. .
IRON and
STATEMENT QUININE suspended in
continue to be lowered until it reaches Syrup.
I). I. Blume and family attended Rnort of the condition of the Lawtry But 1-2: bbl. Flour 7 So pleasant even children like it The

drop.a point Pre-war beyond prices which will it perhaps cannot the birthda, celebration of M. A. the Hunk clou.t lawtey.of business In the June Slut SO, 1920Reseure.s of .Florida .t in wood / 75 blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON!\;

Dukes of Duke, Sunday. They report COUNTY to Enrich Iv I These reliable tonic properties
never lie reached again, and it is not a pleasant time and plenty of COMMISSIONERS ,Ijmn. on real MUt -------------I B.80T.Hli never fail to drive out Impurities
Plain and whole
desirable that they should, for that ,.... on collateral seuriayother Self-rising the blood.
rood: things to eat. The board of than ml state .._..._-._ ...422.08All !)
,. would mean pre-war wages and scarcity Mrs Iva T. Sprinkle and son, Henry after finishing county their commissioners other 1...... and dlicounta ___._- 1'B5 01 Barrel Flour 15 ffin \ The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S

of employment.The were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. regular business Ovrdraft _- ________._.___._. 1721111 wood TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it
/ at the July meeting, resolved them- United States bond. --_. 11.950.00 the favorite tonic In thousands of homes.
Dekle Saturday.T. selves into board of nanklnahou..*. furniture anti I"fix- More than thirty-five
I' a of folks
equalization years ago
efficiency frenzy ]In vogue In E.: Dekle, Misses Mae McKinney ,,,.... _ ...???..?..... 9.72HS7 would ride
large factories has caused taxes. They are still at work as we Other real .tate _n____ ___._.__- 29559 We buy our Flour direct a long distance to get GROVE'S
many music Edna Faircloth and Vlda Dekle visited
go to Full account of their Ih'* from Incorporate Ink __._._ 10.669svCamh TASTELESS Chill TONIC when ?
to be introduced for the benefit of in Five Mile Saturday. meeting press.will be given In on hand _._...- ...834.1 from the Mills and can member of their family had Malaria or
our next issue -
the workmen who are supposed to be Mr and Mrs. L. T. Futch were the needed a body-building, strength-giving

) h refreshed and enlivened thereby But !guests of Mrs. Futch's sister, Mrs T. . Total .MabllltlMCapital ---- 57.110..11 save you Moneyon it. We tonic. u The formula is just the same today

I how about boiler shops Nothing J. Dukes, Friday returning to their stock nald In ...-W.OdO looking for fresh and you can get it from any drug
.
',f short of Gabriel's trurrfpet can be home Raiford J. B. Kite of New York is in Undivided proflu 11 l_ rxpcnn and are a store. 60c per bottleMillions -
at Saturday Starke .Id. _ _ ___ BBS\ .Ofl
visit taxf
on a to his father, Ben - *
heard there, and when it comes to be Mrs. G. W. Johnson has returned Individual d."lta! nubjoct$ to cnwa. 29.707 0" shipment every day.
1 i heard efficiency will be expended in from Rodman. Kite. The visitor left Starke whilea Tim.. ...tIO".t"" of d.TH...lt __-__ 1.0S2.S'
little boy and his many friends are Cashier'. rb.-cka outatandin ___... Ill 48
,l dodging! Old Nick and reaching St. Marion Drawdy Elsie Johnson and flavin. dono.lt. ? __- n.Cl*2.48 Canvas Horse for aNew
glad to see him. He has ,
acquired a 172.H" .
Peter All other llahilitlw
1
Norma Dekle 00
are on the sick list this
<<
good education
and is with a naval Collars up

week.L. architect. fetal .. -.--__.._. 57.fl64.411 .
Stomach
,' The only attempt at a strike ever S. Dekle visited his brother here MH.K I
d; made by ministers is reported from a* Saturday.T Slut of Florida. County of Bradford. UI Plow Lines I
Mrs. Angie: Sternburg is in Winter I. J. W. n._.. ca..hir of the ahov-namd 65e
town in New York state, where they J, Dukes spent last week in Haven with her hank, do aolemnl swear that Ui. above .1..*. Per, Set One of the greatest American millionaire
daughter Mrs. R. H.
refuse to officiate at funerals on Sun. Breaker. m.'nt I. true to the best of mIl knowlrdu and .
Barbour. Mr. Barbour has a contract "" 1I.f. J. W. BARBFR.Corrwt said to his physician, "A million
days. No harm can come from this, Mrs. P. P. Dekle in .
was shopping
f but it will give a relief to the preachers Worthington Friday. at that place,for wiring several large( U H.-Hill Attiit J.t L. narrU. A. A. Smith r""htr Di.rectors. We have a litte Sugar on dollars Doctor, spot rash and no grumbling

k buildings! in the course of construc for a new stomach," and then
,on their "busy day. On the day T, II. Rimes was looking after business tion. When this work is Subscribed and .worn to before m* this *0 hand, and are going to do
when they have to officiate at I least interests here last week. completed dar of June 1B20. J. T. Moor. Notary Public the sick man groaned and turned away.

? i twice in their churches, and need to John Miller, of Worthington, Bud Mr.their Barbour in and family will returnto our best to keep a supplyfor All his wealth could not make him

be in perfect trim to deliver their discourses Waters home Jacksonville and Mrs. BANK STATEMENT happy' or contented for happiness largely
of Little Springs, and M. L Sternburg will return to Starke.F. Report of the condition of the H.mpb" our customers at as ,
I they should not be asked to McKinney, of Lake Butler, were Stat Rank at Hampton. In the 8tat ofFlorida depends upon digestion. Without

expose themselves to sun and, rain and ness visitors here Monday.A M. Rivers the Lake Butler man. at the clou of btiuinma, Jun 80, 1920.R.a.uresa low a price as possible.We health where does happiness come int

fatigue while preaching funeral ser much-needed rain fell here Sun ufacturer, was in Starke Monday. I...ana on red estate _._,__ L..___I17.2S4.II2 will buy Lard After all the stomach plays a great
other your
Lens on collateral security ,
; mons. day and our farmers are busy with than real estate. ___________.__ 4.031.01 part in everyday life. Without
their sweet potatoes. 'Look for our adv. in this issue. Alvarez All other 18.1 rid.Ovrrdrafta . Bacon, Potatoes?Chckens! !
----------------a- tllll.811 healthy stomach and good digestion our
This season has been very untoward -- & Graham.J. .
United State od-------------- ,\,660.00 eggs or any other Countrv blood is thin. watery and our
? for of all poor
crops kinds, and the average PINK HILL BanklnK ho...... furniture and fix-
tuna ......_ _..__. __.. 4.24H.NI heart action is weak, our liver docs not
,t yield in Florida will R. of produce have
nol Beville
probably Graham had business other real estate ___________._*._ 1.40fl.nn you may and '
4 amount to CO per cent of the usual Pine Hill, July 9J. A. Surrt'ncyvl.it..d in Starke Wednesday Due from Incorporated bank ...... 17.81".111 do its duty, and man is miserable and

i quantities But luckily Florida farmers relatives. in Brooker Wednesday I Cash on hand -__. 2.071.70 pay the highest prices. unhappy. Prevent disease by puttingthe

j are not limited In their plantings Fingernail Statistics. I Total ..._______________._- .. 6B,461. We have house in order and strengthening
B.
I I. by the seasons and there is yet timeto A crowd composed of Mrs. F. L It has been estimated by a scientist stork paid MabllltlMCapital in ._._.__..___._ 1B.OOO.OO A. Thomas the system against the germs of dineas.

plant an Immense acreage of ..weetpotatof'II. and C. W. Colson, Virginia and Mildred that In a lifetime of 70 years a mangrows Pumln. fund -- ________u__-____ 800.00 Hog Powders and Pratts Dr. Pierre, of the Invalids' Hotel and

Vines are plentiful and the Colnon, Mr and Mrs. A. L. Green halls which If It were possibleto Undivided pld pronta__ 11.lea. __axovraca_.____andtaxea 786.112 Hog Powders all kinds of Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.,
soil is everywhere moist enough: for and family Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sur f.rt'HertlU'ln. uncut would reach Individual rii-pii.lt subject" to ._k. 82.8118.08 ,
planting. This is the easiest oft and children J. Tim certificate of nVno.lt J .l .ORCaHhlvr'a fears ago understood diseases and their
crop rency A. Chicken feeds
Surrency, the lenuMlf 7 feet 0 Irwhc {h check out tandinB .. __ 802.71 and powders.We .
all to grow and there Is no trouble to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency and children -.. prevention; and lie discovered certain

( sell it; it will\ be in great demand durIng enjoyed a fishing party at the WATKINS'PRODUCTSW. Total' __ ______--__._____--_____- 66.4 l.t carry a full line of roots and herbs which were nature's

'i 4 i the fall and winter-so much so Scout Hole Thursday Bint I. A.of A.Florida.Futch County cashier of of Bradford the ove, -a named*.1 Horse Medicines and Stock remedies and succeeded in putting them

that it will' pay farmers who live in Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gay are receiving J'Bohannan, of ( Cove .Bank do solemnly wear that the above.tatcment op in a tfJrm'that could be easily procured
preen la true to the best of m. knowlnlve
f 1! I sections remote from railway stations congratulations over the arrivalof and belief. A. A. FUTCH. powders.We at the drug, store (liquid or

k i to ''Plant all the potatoes they can. The a daughter born July 3rd. Correct-Attentt Cannier tablets) ). This he culled)) Dr. Pierre's
A. A. McDonald A. A. Harden, B. R. John.,
buyers will do the hauling. And corn J. A. Surrency, who has been visiting Director carry a full line of Golden Medical Discovery This Discovery

t l being scarce potatoes must nerve as a relatives here and Brooker for SEEDPlant Bulmcrilicd and servo to before m* this SM Oats Corn
day of July ItUO. H. B. Wigglm, Juitlc of Sweet feed gives no false stimulation because -
,, part of the rations the week
given fattening past returned to his homeat the I.**...
hogs. Add Ga., :Saturday. Martin's Hy-Tent Seed for and Hay. it contains no alcohol or any nar

I Miss Havana Cone and brother. (rood: results. HANK STATEMENT cotic. It helps digestion and the assimilation

t i The Lt-eaburg Commercial telU the Charlie, visited their brother Barney Cow Peas, $7.50 per bushel; Velvet Report of tho condition of the Bank of Silk Voile -I of end, elements in the foodas
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fltarke. at I 1 cheering news that a citizen of Lees- of Lake Butler Sunday. Beans, $3.00 per bushel; Sorghum, $' the cloo. of bu.I"... June 80, 1920. yard 1 0- are required for the blond. It givesto

burg after years of experimenting, N Mr. and Mrs A, B. Surrency, J. E. per bushel; Rice $6.60 per bushel! ; Loans and dl.connta_..-.._._._._....__.-'Oll.t 11.11 per the blood the float elements the tissues

lion perfected a process for making Clemons and son, Alvin, were Millet. $4.25 per bushel. County uarrnnu -... 2li 50 Plaid Silk rnquire. for over fifty it
among Garden and Field Seeds for summer Ovenlr.fl. . :::_:::::.::::._-. 6 1 08 -I years
of those '
y E pulp out Hawgrass that in superior enjoying theFourth at Worthington and fall I'nlted Scots bond. u ______.___. 14.000.01) yard .75 has enjoyed the confidence of the
to wood pulp for the manufacture of Saturday planting. 11(...... county and municipal bond. 4,000.00 per American
Largest: and oldest established seed Uankinir. ..".... furniture! and fix public. Try it !
1r newsprint paper, and that he will be. Guests at the home of J. E. demons turn 11.187.89 Wool

I gin making pulp for export in a short Sunday' were, Dr. and Mrs. W house in the state Other rea----------------------- 744.BB Serge 1 25

I time. To cut, rake, bale and haul to II. demons, L. M. Gay of Jackson Send for seed special and catalogue. Check I>u.. from and Ineorpnrautd enchanir for bank.elvarlnir.___u_. 87.777.B7 2.072. per yard nuwl'I i

': the mill an acre of oawgrass (when ville; Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mills of Live E. A. MARTIN SEED CO, Cuh on hand B.U91.18 White Skirt goods

high: water does not prohibit the Oak, Mr and Mrs. A. B. Surrencyand JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Total _. __ .__..________.___.__.172.218.11 i yard. 50 C
work) costs a good deal, and the pulp children U.blllU per ; 'I'I'i

made from it cannot be much but we Messrs. J. E. and W. H. demons TEN YEARS OF SICK- Capital* tock fund paid.. __In____n______.____-?______- 18.000.000.00.00Surplu Jap Silks Reasons !
r presume the manufacturer hag already attended the golden wedding anniversary Undivided profile I 11 lea* expennel and 85c

counted the cost and is assured of Rev. and Mrs. Bob! Dukes, alDukes NESS THE TOLL OF tax** paid. deposit.) ________n...____. I.U4.\ per yard tO 1.25DPeVV \
1' Individual auhject" to check. 8a.10B.OH should ;
of a steady supply of raw material. Sunday Tim.. certificate. of dupoilt __._.... 1.0H1I.77 Card you ue f"
It is to be Miss Vera Certified check. .. ___ _..._ ._. 1B.OOCaithtera the woman's ?
; hoped that he will reap Surrency returned home ONE n ? tor
success MOSQUITO BITE tonic
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check outatandinv .____ 18H.OH dn8ham8 30 to your troubles,
1 t and cause other pulp mills to bestarted. Thursday from Macclenny where she Savlnin ilrpo.it. -- -On _..-_--_- 117.16&0 50c have been shown in .'.

But we cannot make pulp in had been to take teachers examine.t thousands of letters from ,',.
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r earnest before we begin to utilize the actual users of this medicine L\
Slat of Florid, County of Bradford a*.: Apron Checks
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trees lIuitabre for the purpose, which Messrs. A. B. Surrency, J. E. and Recurrence of Malaria Year After I. Gwo. C. Whit. cashier of the ahove-nm- 2' 5 to 35c who speak from \p'
Year Not Unusual: ed Bank do aolemnly swear that the above per yards personal experience. If r-
abound W. II.
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in Florida swamps-sweet and Clemons were visitors to Stai'ke Among the Uitement I* true to the bent of my knowledge the results ,
black! gum, maple, white bay and Monday Sufferers and "" 11..1. GEO. C. WHITE obtained by
.t+, ._ ._ Correct Attet I ('. .'. Percals other women for so many t
ynwpon. -+ E. 8. Mattbaw. A. M. Darby John Uflow. 25 tO 50c years have been so .nf- ,
THERESSATheressa tlresars.i per yard lormly good why notgiveCarduiatrial
rlutMerlhed and sworn to before m* this ftth
IIAI FORD Change! of climate in many case day of July III' O. D. E. Knlirht Notary Public ) ?
July 9Mr. and Mrs is the only known lasting cure for Men Pants and Overalls

Raiford July 9.-Ethel Jones of Henry Koon and son, Eugene, of: malaria. Patients have been knownto MASTER'S SALE TakeCARDUI ;
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,,.Jacksonville: was the week-end truest Punta Gorda, arrived here by auto suffer a recurrence of this malady pursuance Notio la of hereby a certain vlvvn final that decree tinder. of and foreeloflur In.. 2.00 ,

\'':cf Sadie Simmons. Friday night on visit with her from three to ten years consecutive . of aal.. made and rendered on the to 3.00
ente. Unth day of Jun. A. D. 120, in and by the 1
tp -Mrs. Manly Luck of Green Cove ly. And all the
' /: as result of a bite Judne of the Circuit Court In and for Bradford .
I I Springs, is visiting here other relatives. that itches for about five minutes and County Florida, In Chancery In that

" Wilma Andrews who has been visiting Mrs. J. E. Phillips and children left then is still. certain Coleon cause.la Complainant th.r..la pendin and*.'J.vrhrcin M. fruke J. G.. Do your trading at A. D. An- 1

I here with her grandpa rcjits, Mr. Wednesday for Green Cove Springs, So widespread have the ravages of Administrator of th* eatate of 8. D. Dukei drews Company and Save The Woman's #
) I and Mrs. A. I). Andrews returned to for a few days' visit with relatives this disease been in the past years. and Nona l>uk**. deeaaaed, find L Land Dukes. Tonic
Edna Pukes. K. N.uk..* and ,",th. Ma
'Y her; home in Jacksonville and friends. so futile the Money. This looks like
I Saturday I attempts of local physicians thika. a. defendant, another Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, of
Mrs. Lonnie Futch was a visitor to Messrs. S. R. Swindel, P, 11. :Neal-: to curb Its progress, that the I. A. 8. Srew. a* Special Muter, shall) Bad Cullen, Va. writes!
Lake Butler Cleveland Sam offer for sale at public outcry, and sell to the Crop year and we ,
Sullivan Swindel
Friday.Earl'
and government has been
forced to
take a .
highest and best bidder for ea h. .before the "About I 11 years I
Whitten was a visitor to Jack i Melvin McKinney were among the visitors hand and to spend enormous sums in door of the conrthoua In Stark. Bradford have got to make every dollar suffered ago
untold
sonville to the County .Florida on Monday, the 2nd day of misery
Saturday. county Sntur an
I metropolis attempt to get at the root of the
A u..t. A. D. 1920. during the le.al hour count. with female trouble bear-
\Miss Lucy Perry left Monday for day. evil. This is the mosquito. Its life of aal I. the following described property town -

Gainesville where she will attend the r Mrs Laura Finlt')', of Starke, spent Is foredoomed if-you can get at It. : ing-down pains, bead-

summer school. Wednesday here with relatives.Mr TORMENT will do that for you if lion Be 1&!nnlnir, and at runnlnir the Northwest Eat 418 Corner yard,of thence See ache numbness . I ,

Oarl Andrews spent the week-end and !Mrs. Watson Lee and chil you will take the necessary screening South 440 yard, thence Writ 4.18 yard, ANDS ANDREWS would go for three weeks
J In Jacksonville with his Mr. diets have returned to their thenc North 440 yard to point of "beirlnninf almost bent double
parents. i home in precautions, for no Insect can lire also beginning- at the NoRhwe Corner: of; . .
and Mrs. C. I>. Addison Miami, after: a few days visit herewith In this gaseous vapor with which you Section 28. and running Kant; 4UO yard. My husband went to Dr.
Helen Nauright Thursday relatives. should thence South 440 yard. for a point of beiin.nlna for
7 spent 1 spray your rooms every day. and from thence run Eat t' t and Friday in Jacksonville Mrs. Jno. Phillip was a visitor to Then it will "good-bye" to the then* South 880 yard : thence Wet :<". After taking about two ''i

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews, little! II mpton Wednesday. menace of malaria in your home. yard : thence North tillO yard in Section 25, COMPANYRaiford bottles I began
I Towmhip 7. South of Ran. 80 going ,
t 4 eon, John, Earl Whltten, J. E. Crews i Messrs. J. P. Padgett and Henry) So get some today at your drug lamina10S acres, anora or less, together Eat with eon. around and when I took

Cleve Sapp J. C. Jones anti L. A. Koon were transacting business InStarke git's, at the general) store, or any. > all and and vina-vlar the tenement hereditamenta three bottles I could doan
' 1 1' I Sapp were visitors to Starke Monday. Saturday. other dealers, appurtenance. belontina' or In anywawappertaining. .
| my work.; &80
Mrs. W. 1. Roberts, who has been i' Mis Eloise Owsley was a viiitor :Manufactured by the G. B. Williams A. B. CREWS Fla.

visiting in Jacksonville, has returned I to Hampton Wednesday. Co Quitman Ga.-Adv.-1. A. T.Solicitor. ""\tINS.for Complainant Special 7-2-81-7.80 Malter, ,

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FRIDAY JULY 9. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIVE a 4

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dies' trimmed and untrimmed NOTICEThe l

Hats. Slump's. registration book of the town 1 .) .( I
of Stalk will be open for registration ': )

Bits of LocalInformation Charlie J. Powell who has been employed of electors from July 10th to August I U.

at Marianna for the past year, ': 14lh. 1920. C. A. FUTCH, 20 Per Cent
is spending a two weeks' vacation Registration Officer, Town of Starke.

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ) T'
Powell.) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


1f.O.. r_.... al/aall ...IfM1yr. Overalls)] and Pin Check Pants at FOR SALEOne light truck almost
... la W c._.... aN T_ Bryan' new, a bargain at $750.00 Quigley ,
Overland Co. 0-4-tf.

_. . J. E. Jr., and Hal Malnes, of Lakeliutler. .- --- (
- FOR S AiE
> -One 6-passenger car DISCOUNT
attended the picnic on the
Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Tuesday in parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. C, Wills. Fourth. They were accompanied! home runs like new. price $576.00 Quigley -

Jacksonville.N. i by llollis Knight, who is spending the Overland Co. 6-4-tf .
Overalls $1.50 to n.is, at I week as their guest. .
D. Wynn of Arrcdondo., spent Stump's. WANTED-At once, 18 cords of pine \
Monday in Starke. Miss Augusta Cuttino, of Sumter, blocks.) See Cooper & Snellgrove

Col. Joe Hill Williams (If Lake S. C., arrived Friday for a visit with Starke. It.

It. D. Andrews, of Raiford was in Butler spent the first of the week in'' Miss Louise Fernandez. They will)
Starke Monday. Starke. spend several weeks at Kingsley lake, FOR RENT-Two cottages, one on Women DresS
occupying the Scott cottage. Walnut) street and one on Madison.J. i

Flowered Georgette Crepe only $2.75: Bryan keeps Nails, Files singes: W. Morgan. 6-21-tf.
yard at Morgan's. Rev. J. C. Diggs is expected to return -
per ,
x Beck & Ellis, of Hastings, have home tomorrow after a three FOR SALE:-Underwood: typewriter. 1
Miss Estelle Woodard, of Theressa been here during the week with a weeks vacation spent in Missouri with Practically new. Excellent condition .
"was a visitor to Starke Wednesday. drove of horses and mules. relatives and friends Mr. Diggs will $5() cash. Miss Amelia Ray.
Breach Sunday morning and evening 7-P-21. SHOESNothing \

Austin Winkler has returned to Among other conveniences, a shower at the Methodist church.Dr. .
Starke for good. bath has lately been put in at the FOR SALE40 acres one and half (
armory for the use of the soldier boys W. H. Clemon8, hitherto of miles of Sun We. Partly improved.

See our adv, page 6. Alvarez & Jacksonville] now of Key 'V'at.81! Would consider auto. Box 275,
Graham. Miss Beatrice Cady of'Jacksonvile.! In Starke Monday, accompanied by his Starke, Fla. 7-9-tf.
spent the Fourth in Starke with her father, Mr. J. E. demons, of Brook.

Men's light weight Trousers, mother, Mrs. Flora B. Cady. (r, whom he had been visiting! FOR SALE-One pair good mules ReservedBut
and good': heavy double wagon. Reasonable
at .
$2.75 Stump's.Marcus
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children Jar Tops and Jar Rubbers all kindsat for ra h. J. F. Bennett,
Gainesville several Bryan's. Lake Butler Fla. G-lR-tf
Brown of Lawtey was a of spent ,
days at Kingsley lake the past week.
visitor to Starke Tuesday night. "
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott and 'CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for

Miss Nelle Roberts, of Lawtey, was laughter, Gladys leave Saturday for prices and ship your 'ties of al/
Miss Dora Cady, of Ocala, spent the i grades to Cress Manufacturing Co.,
the guest of relatives In Starke the Valdosta Ga. Before returning home
week-end with the homefolks. first of the week. hey will visit Messrs. F. P. and C. Jacksonville Florida. 8-6-20-lyr

G.! Prescott of Bainbridge and Mrs. Comfort Shoes
Barrel Vinegar at Bryan's. Bring Special prices on all Men's andBO8' E. T. King, of Ashburn, Ga. LOST-One BOW, red Duroc, crop in
your bottle or jug.R. one t'lir. and red sow pig Duroc, 4
Suits at Stump's.Col. .
Miss Porter, who has been visiting months old. Reward for Information I

D. Bower and family spent the and Mrs. C. L. Peek left Wednesday Mrs Sarah L. Ilamrick for the pant or return to Seeber Newsom,
Fourth in Gainesville with relatives.A week returned her home in Starke. Its
for Boston Ga., where they Sunday to
will spend a week with relatives.The ) Atlanta. Miss Porter came down to -
son was born toxMr. and Mrs. N. attend the Denny-Hamrick marriage. FOR SALE-Good driving or work ALVAREZ &
T. Ritch on Wednesday June 80th. most tastefully decorated build. mure. Family cow Six months GRAHAMr I

ing Monday was that of Hoover Bros. !Men's and Women's White old heifer. Two fine BOWS In farrow.
Nat Williams has moved to Jack- artists and understand the Canvas Slippers at Special Prices Quantity corn fodder One milo '
sonville with his family. They fitness are of things at Stump's. north tf. Staike. W. B. Kuhl. 7-9-tf The Dependable Store ::j


20 per cent discount on Women's Misses Marguerite Godwin and Mr. -and Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and STRAYED-One Jersey cow marked I

Dress Shoes. Alvarez) : & Graham. Douglass Montgomery, of Lawtey, son. William of Jacksonville! have straight split in one car, split and 1
were recent visitors of Miss Helen) been visiting at the home of Dr. and under bit in other. Light yellow
Men's Bathing! Suits, $3.50 to Diggs. Mrs. W. E. Middleton. They returned steer marked swallow fork in one -
$6.50, at Stump. to Jacksonville Thursday, accompanied ear. Reward for information of {t.j.The

Dr. and Mrs. J. I' Tomlinson and by Miss Madge Middleton. whereabouts. J. C. Manning Starke
A. A. Futch city clerk of Hampton, sons, Pitt and Laurie, of Dunnellon Fla. 7-0-2t ''I
was a visitor to Starke Monday. spent several days here this"Week visiting Wednesday morning Mrs. O. G. Right Bank
friends. Cooper< Misses Doris Law, Doris. WANTKn;) -M 4i' with team or auto f
Real shoes for women 20 per cent Scott, John Powell Thomas Lim- who run give bond to Bell 137 Watkins -

discount. Alvarez & Graham.A. Flags and Hunting on sale at baugh and L. L. King left for DeLand home, and farm products. UiK-
Stump's. where they go to attend the Florida vest concern of kind in the world. 1 1 1no
Z. Adkins went to Tallahassee Baptist Summer Assembly $1CO( to $MOO yearly income. Ter. ( [
Tuesday on a business trip. Misses Caroline and Katherine Richard ritory in this county open. Write Every man should !have a banking connection,. l

of Jacksonville spent the Mrs M. revatt, Mrs. Chas. Lip- today to J. R. Watkins Co., De W. B. Young, of Oviedo, spent Saturday t I Fourth with their aunt, Mrs. Sarah L.Ilamrick. Ford and Miss Nina Prevatt, of Green 114 Winona, Minn 7-8-21 ,
here looking after business interests Cove his income the wealth he
Springs Mrs. Drown and Miss WA&TEIJ-Tie choppers. I solicit or may possess. .. I IIJ'
.rTaffeta' Doris Averett of Jacksonville, were your attention in favor of the II, II. } l

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and little In Starke the latter part of the pant Thomas, Spark: man & Weaslcy, andE. ] Al the Bank of Starke are always welcome A
Peu
Messaline and De you
returned week in Starke and
have Lake Butler
son, James Richard, visitIng R. Ii. Kite & Hale cross-tie'
Sole in black only, at 12.25 a yard.Morgan's. from Pablo Beach where they visited friends and relatives works of this neighborhood. Operators and will find the kind of bank service'

Mrs. T. D. Clark. On Thursday evening of last week here pay once a week. 1'.lt.t'1Ironge you need to comerve your ca h capital, to iJ
Mrs. J. M. Tatum and daughter from 25 to 35 cents (per tie.
Miss Lucile, spent Saturday in Jack- Mrs. A. E. Wall and little son, William a moonlight picnic at Kingsley l lake Cypress and pine, both sap and handle your income and outgo in a satisfactorymanner .,
Duncan, left last week for was enjoyed by the following party heart wanted. Call on or see E. A. .
sonville. forward business
Springfield, Mo., where they will vis- John }Powell Horace Wilson B. 1). !-mith.: solicitor, Orange Heights to carry your plans.
I't relatives and friends Law, Misses Doris Scott and Doris V lt'FOR
Fla..
John
Messrs.. J. W. Townsend and
Croft of Lake Butler, had business in I Law Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Cooper. If you will study this institution---its policies,
A full line of Enamel and Tinwareat SALE-My 80-acre farm 4 miles
Starke Monday. I, Bryan's. Mrs. W. J. Grant of Jacksonville, from Starke on Starke and liaiford aims, assets and management---you will know

spent) the) Fourth with her parents, public road; f>0 acre of open land; why a constantly increasing number of -
Boys' Bathing Suits 85c, at ; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, of Jack- Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Haynes. !Mrs. 1 horse, 1 mule, farming implementc people

Stump's.ExSenator. sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Lcaston Wynn Grant and husband will soon leave for growing (crop one set of in all waILof!! life are recognizing the +
children spent the week-end at the mountains' of North Carolina to buildings including barn and other
J. B. Crews nf JAilre and ) / ,strength and safety of this Bank by opening E..
lake. the remainder of the E..l
the Scott (cottage Kingaley spend summer. outbuildings. All for $3,000, and
Butler, was a visitor to Staike Mon- and their here.
if sold before July let a di"countof maintaining account
day.! Misses Ella Mae Long! and Florence Wash Tubs at Bryan's. I 5 per cent will be given. J. E.

Matthews left Tuesday for Tampa, Norman RouU 1, Starke, Fla.
A full line of Hay and Grain at
'frh.re they will attend the marriageof A new line of Indies Summer f-I1-tf.
competing prices at Bryan's.Mrs. Miss Marie Livingston. DreHsen, $6.50 to ,$25.00 just ar

Newn Jones and Miss Addie !Mrs A. V. Long and little daughter rived'at Stump's. FARMER BROWNHello '

Baisden were visiting: in Jacksonville Annie, returned Sunday to Pa- Among: the Starke people who have Bank of Starke ;

Sunday. latka, after a pleasant) visit with Mrs. been enjoying Kingsley lake are S.

Long's mother, Mrs. E. L. Brownlee. L. Peck and family, J. F. Klckliter Sy Perklnsl) The Right Bank :.t
Classy styles in Bathing Suits and family J. R. Daviii and family )Did not nee you at the celebrationin '

$2.50 to $8. Morgan's. 6-11-tf. Come and see our new line ofIen's Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Richard T. N. Starke, but you might have bpenth.rt' E. S. MATTHEWS Pre. GEO. C. WHITE. Cashier \

!\ Women's and Children's Limbaugh and family, Mm. J, E. WiN! for there wan such a crowd. it 1i
Walter Green of Jacksonville,
Stump's.The son and guests hard find one.Did .
Slippers. was to any
spent the end of last week with relatives .
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not go: ?
in this section office one door west of Alvarez The young: people of the Epworth Why, you lost a good time. My, i :
& Graham is being put in order for League. chaperoned by Mrs A, II. what a crowd! Samantha and I were r
Carr Colley has returned from a Harold C. Wall who will move his insurance Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, there und Jall bound to be in the

visit to Winter Haven and other business< there. went out to Kingsley lake last weekon parade' so I fixed up the wagon with GENERAL INSURANCE ,
southern points. Thursday evening, and enjoyed a flairs and such. She was bound she I

Men's Underwear at Bryan's. weinie roast The attractions of the would not ride in the parade, but I HAROLD C. WALL "J
Striped and Plaid Homespun evening were swimming:, boating and pulled In on the, tail end of the parade .
25c a yard at Stump's.WiUie L. M. Rhodes, state marketing commissioner supper of roasted weinieB, rolls dill. and would not let her out. .1!
will speak at lIeilbronliIIchool I pickles and fresh peaches If I could have had Rastus we wouldof STARKE FLORIDA +,
Baisden and sister, Miss house Saturday July 10, at 3 made an good a .showing all must
Maude Baisden of Jacksonville spent p. m., on organization: of farmers. G. C. Cady, Hersrhcll Crosby and of them city fellows but we showedour FIRE, LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
the Fourth in Starke. Wm. Moitt who left for the wheat patriotism just the same. You 1 1I

Georgette Crepes and Crepe:! dt fields of Kansas in June 28th, arrived see lUntus hud, the "tummyache"that .
Fertilizer and Feed Cotton Seed (hne new stock, only $2.25 yd in Laurel, Kan., July 2nd. Prospect morning and I had to burrow a 1
Meal) at Bryan's. ( for plenty of work at I The Quinine That Docs !Nor ;
Popular colors. !Morgans. 6-11-tl are good: good mule and he was BO slow could hardly I You ought to have seen the lot of Ailed The ttoegfWnuiw
pay. All enjoying ''the rather (to him along. flf lie tnnlr end 'le..flve effort LAX. ."
Rev. J. A. Hendry, of Plant City, forsook the enticements them) novel experience of being: a get been the democratic . Coca Cola and other bottled good TIVL. .I1KOMU.... OHININfc.. (1.Mnrcoo. U; lake. (
Lucian Wainright lie must have same Hold in town and Just think, all made by "" wlcliiiul' .j". n."'...."..."r rt" 1
spent Sunday evening '''s the guestof Jacksonville had to offei part of the large': army who will harvest mule that Bryan rode to the Jn titarke by lie Witt C. JO ('II. Now In ... liMil h.W.GKOVtS .liuialure oa bus. VMAXWELL .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. in Starke. the wherewithal for our daily he
the day democratic convention but got '
Monday! and spent I thing that was much better than so
lie v"Is well satisfied with his choice, bread for next year. Mr. Cady is a I there just the same. You ought to much moonshine.Not .
Co]. A. Z. WVdkins and family are native "Jay Hawker" till he was born have been there. Everybody there- I
upending several weeks at their John Mullady of Hamptonwill in Kansas, leaving when he was two uncles, and aunts children and babies, a fight\ all day and no one hurt. s
Rev.
Kingsley: lake cottage. at the Christian church I years old.SOME big gun and little lI.'unll. brass band! That was uncommon If we had had
preach two or three Kalcxm I bet a plugged
and evening. Th soldiers and procession a mil d00IDIvsrun
Sunday morning MORE OF BRYAN'S PRICES and a nickel would have had dozen
A small line of Notions and Dry we a
invited. tied the end like a
Goods at Bryan's. public cordially THEY ARE CUT SOME long and cracker.us on fights/ and spent twice 'as much --mon osasfCAID f
whip ey. It did not )look like hard times;

Mr. J. C. Diggs came up from Misses Ethel Williams Hunt, ,Maggie of Hamptonwere Max' Good Rice at 12Vtc" per pound or of My fun, everyone and lots seemed to eat to and have drink-lots everybody seemed to have plenty) of TMtS t7r0.Yv t

Gainesville Sunday to attend the funeral well and Eva of Dr. and Mrs W. E $11.75 per Back. some few must have been down to the money and lots of good things to eat, / trouts r. :+ccas rl

of little Frances Colley. guests first of the week. White Bacon at 21c per pound. big ditch anti l drank too much crt."kwat.r. My but I don't Bee where all the 'JI
!Middleton Smoknd Bacon at 24c pound
per folks came from. Must have been
Mrs. R. B. Neal of Jacksonville, all our La Bent Compound; Lard 25c per lb. The National Guard made a fine more folks in the, woods than we ECOFFEE
has been visiting ai the home of her Special prices on A little sugar left at 25c per lb. showing with their new uniforms, knew of. We had folks from all over,

runs ami equipment.' Capt. DeWIttC. some from points out of the county. I

. . f . THEATREConstance $100 Reward ,tOO I Jones handled the boys fine. You'd You see they all had a chance to
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GAIETY .' ._ .. ..r' .., Catarrh by !.a ron a .local ututlun disease.l conditions really Influenced It never have thought he was a hardware see what a nice town we have and
I man. If it wa the Fourth 1 had! to )look over the fine stocks of good: I,
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::;: ttorrJ ll.'L'I"h: .f :'WluluDlgJ.
Talmadge I lot "f stuff for the farm and Some did not know we had. such A big ing: here to trade
I. taken .Internally and act* through the I I to buy a I
Wood on the Mucous Hrrfnrer of the a7at.m. I some things not for the, farm. Ithought stock of hardware I in the countybut 1 heard tell this morning that afterit
Bellt-Don't Mill Seeing HAUIVH CATVIUth MKIMCINEdeetroye l I Samantha )looked right pert some folk have' to be shown. got dark the bootlegger got busy '
of Her the foundation of tb dlneiiee.Plvee .
I. Here Again in One the patient urfnli, I." In.proving but she complained all the.time be'I Well, they were shown.' I saw a lit i with their moonshine and got some ..
."..al nalth art I eeeie '< &'ur. In she did not wear her other dress jit' fellows looking over DeWitt) ('. of the boys drunk. What a shame.
doing Its nra. .Oo.A'I! f.-i of cause
a IBM
"SCANDAL"TODAY catarrh thattAI.I.K and CATAHKHMl '! She was afraid it would rain and spileIt Jones stock of fence wire and saM such fellow don't have a steady job

t ->.UICIVB. .'!'ett ":rasa.! 1r f.t .. + but it wax a small matter va had they did not know there wall so much on the State Farm CAN'T WE
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GAMBLE-IG011 WEDDING waist of brown georgette, brown hat, r
shoes and gloves, and amid showersof

i Starke friends of the bride will read rice and good wishes and good-byes .

f with interest the flllowing account of Mr. and Mrs. Gamble left for a wed 4'' '

the marriage of MIlia Willie Igou to ding trip before going to Detroit to

r Mr. Howard! Gamble, which was a live.The Economy in
brilliant social event of last Thursday. bride's bouquet was caught True Goodyear

f' i k at Eustii: from the staircase by Miss Antoin-

Eurtis, June 2C.-One of the most nette Mullikin. A handsome collectionof
celebrated in wedding gifts in silver] cut glass, .r
brilliant wedding ever
china and linens was on display in : for Small Cars
yf Eusti was that of Mis Willie Nath- Tires
4 erland Igou, daughter of Senator and the upper hall, the gift from the ,

tl Mrs. William Monroe Igou, and Mr. bride's parent being a chest of silver.
The bride Is the only daughter of
r .Ii Howard Gamble, which wassolemnizedla
' ' Senator and Mrs. Igou and is one of
tr' the
Thursday night at Presbyterian -
I church at 8 o'clock in the presenceof : Eustis most charming girl,. She

a large assembly of friends and. graduated Women from the at Florida State College "'h I Built into Goodyear Tires for small
for
4

VI } relative Pr. Samuel II. Moore, pastor of the is gifted in many ways, and if po7pu- t- T cars is a high relative value not exceeded
4 lar all over the state.
.church: performed the nuptial ceremony
,r fJl the impressive ring service being The groom is the son of Mr. and e.": even in the famous Goodyear

I : uiied. Before the entrance of the Mrs. Howard Gamble, of Tallahassee :
is scion of of the South' : the world's highest priced
I v '4 wedding party Miss Hattie Miller, of and a one : -. . Cords on
aristocratic the
families.
old During
Irfjeuburg, at the organ, and Dr. Wyth .
violinist world war he saw active service and ,.,; . automobiles.
Duncan, of TavareB, rendered -
returned .only last summer from Ger- '
music. .lt
a short program of wedding
The and many, where he was with the army of '/ and
church was exquisitely c Manufactured in 30x3. 30x3 -
first lieutenant. He
i daintily decorated for the occasion, occupation as a ,
concealedby IB at present located in Detroit, Mich., 7" the world's largest
*, i the a entire beautiful choir arrangement loft being of white where he holds a responsible position 31x4.inch sizes by

'4 lattice work; with door between thru with The a' large fur company.last tire factory devoted to these sizes,
wedding of Thursday night !"
which the officiating minister came "
} I l In the culmination of a romance begun work done
of the
on
in from the rear to meet the party detail
in Tallahassee every
during college day ,
at they approached down the aisle.
.. I The lattice was studded with with and unites two of the most prominent them is marked by extraordinary
families in the state.TELEGRAI'II'S .
fern white daisies while stately .

,4 1'I p''lm and leave were used, in most .HONOR ROLL pjcg> \\\, skill and care. ;

gractfi.1 effect at the windows and at
f ; ,4 panels for the lattice. The pulpit wet Dort
Chevrolet
Ford
i'' banked with palm and ferns and Names. of Those Who I'aid Subscription If you own a ,

+ ( broad strps, carpeted in white, formed During JuneF. .: Maxwell or other car taking these

the the .
: approach to pulpit. Sitting
y
Hess Mrs. Gordon Touchstone .
A.
+ d on the top of the lattice, just above Goodyear
yourself true
Marion Waters W. O. Rimes sizes assure
the door were two white doves, the "u ,
fi W. R. Moran, R. C. Cone, E. L. Crew,
entire of loveliness
scene being one
{ and by
t mileage economy on your car
I r and exquisite taste Mrs. Anna M. Johns W. T. Saxon, .
i Mrs. Ellen Taylor A. L. Smith II. M. :
Thc wedding party entered to the the nearest Goodyear Service -
visiting
trains of the wedding march from Douglass/: Joseph Crews, Sr., E. C. u ;

Lohengriri the ushers, Messrs. John Williams, Wm. Varnes, J. A. Levy Station Dealer.
Cox R. J. Glover Hoover Bro.
Hannah Tom Newnham, R. E. Duck Percy ,
r1 Mrs It. J. Mrs. W. F. Mal- ..l
Floyd .
worth, of Orlando, and Carl ,Duncan,
of Tavares, entered alone down: one phurs. II. J. Leverett, C, II.. Clark, A. Go to him for Goodyear Tires and for ,
i J. Strong A. 1'. Hoffman Harvey
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aisle, and the bridesmaids came down
f the opposite aisle, each a vision of I White, Henry Varnei, Mr*. Wm. C. Goodyear Heavy Tubes; thereis
I
j// I f loveliness inexquisite gowns of soft Kammerer, Mrs J. L. Hood, O. Jones, '

white tulle over silk, with draperies B. C. Scarborough, O. B. Moody, J. I. no surer means to genuine tire sat..

1 Waters, Jno. B. Crews, J. J. Sutherland .
jt of lace. They were fashioned to form r.o, :
4'1' a bouffant effect over the hips and fell F. M. Byrd L. L. Sapp, W. E. isfaction. "

in graceful folds to the bottom of the Loadholtz, G. I). Faircloth, H. S. Roebuck <
A. L. Varnes N. D. Green, R. a
,
skirt. Each {
r ; wore a large white picture I
hat of tulle and carried a white M. Hersey, Jeff II. Dowling, W. A .
;
+f t shepherd's crook tied with a large bow Dubose, J. R. Halligan W. G. Brook.
of pink tulle. W. E. Hamilton J. C. Crews, T. N,

The maids were: Misses. ThercssaYeager Kendrick, M. !M. Crosby, G. M. Sis --

/: of Tallahassee; Jeannette trunk, A. J. Thomas, A. F. Murrhee, ,; :: -

Matthews, of Starke; Alice Steed of E. J. Cunningham, D. C. Melvin, Mrs.J. .' iJ1',"" ,\
C. Terrell E. J. Lewis Mrs. E. H
Klssimmee, and Antonette Mullikin, .." '
Smith G. W. .Spires, Ceo. W. Alder- .
of this all members
city of the Sorority -
t of Alpha Delta of which the man, J. M. Jones David Luke, P. B. 30.)% GocHlvcar Double-Cure $2350 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube cost no more than the price

% bride is province president.Pi Prevatt, Mrs. Oscar W. Alvarez, Mrs, Fabric, AII.Weather Tread._ you arc asked. to pay for tube. of less merit-why rink costly

The maid of honor, Miss Grace Earl Cllcel Cook, R. S. Johns G. W. Shal '\Ox3V4 Goodveor Sin ..-Cure $50 casing when such sure protection is available? $'A. .-50

Hildreth, of Live Oak, charmingly lar, U. D. Johns T. C. Roundtree, T., Fabric,Anti-bk.d Tread 30 x 3rj size in waterproof bag I

,, gowned in white lace over .ilk, the Wainwright, Thos. E. Oldham, L.

bodice embroidered in silver: thread,, V. Mann W. W. Baisdcn, Jr., R. J.
Turner !Mrs Wm. Edwards, D. W. .
and wearing a large picture hat, entered { .
alone. She carried an arm bou Hazen. W. R. Steckert, W. T. Wallace,,

quet of pink rosebuds and ferns. She Mr J. B. Studntill August/: Stern,

was followed by the matron of honor W. S. Nabb, Fred Cloversettle, Mrs,

the bride's mother, who was very Delana Jones, L. I.. Witt, Florida Development I

I I handsome in soft white satin'and lace,. Board. '
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per which was gracefully draped with il I
I : ;EIGHT
}
DOLLARS A DAY AND
: white rosebuds. She wore n ]largewhite

a t hat and carried pink rope and l i STARVATION .. YY ..........YIMrW W.4"wrtr.MlwRRakw..wK..R.o..arer
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; little MiMI Sara Hetchcox immediately tion of Labor that it would begin a a'' salt of the earth and the steadying fargest shoe manufacturing establishments Ziff, were shopping here. Friday Sunday at the home of O. W. Dyal. :

: 1 r preceded the bride, scattering rose drive for a six hour day, created backbone of the country. in St. Louis. The companies Roy Birt and wife, of Louise, visited Hiram Wynn .and family spent Sunday
sensation, although it is hardly a surprising -
petals in her path.
: announcing the reduction were the International here Saturday. at Sampson.We .
When who makes from
a carpenter
.sequel to of the other
:. The bride was a picture\ of beauty ; some
Shoe Co., the Hamilton- Mrs. Alma Byrd and children, of
$5 to $8 a day kneels comfortably on
i :.I in her insensible actions performed in the ,
wedding
+ gown fashioned ofshimmering his employer's roof and chats with a Brown Co., and the Brown Shoes Co. Tampa spent the Fourth with rela- are proud of the confidence dec-
7. name of "labor. Scarcely a man now
: folds of rich white satin, fellow workman receiving A. C. Brown president of the Hamil tors, druggists and the public have in
proportionate
1" but is the tives.Mr.
the results of
" ra'il with an overdrapery of real lace, realizing each workman interspersing ton-Brown Company, said "tight mon- and Miss W. Edmondson and C6C Chill and Fever Tonic.-Adv.
and demands pay
present constantly increasing
caught here and there with orangeblossoms his conversation with an occasional ey"' was the chief cause of the lowered family, of Sampson, pent Sunday at
of the does I
who
l a court train falling from laboring man Cold: Cause and Influenza
prices. Reduced prices on certain Alfred McKinney's drip
of the hammer to let the folk
pat
1 the shoulders. Her tulle veil not labor. It is affecting, and affecting -
was arranged
p in cap effect soft folds cf the vitally the life of every man, know he' "on the job," he's losing grades leather was also assigned as Abe Lane, of Largo vat here Tee- LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove she"
There. Is "Broi"O Quick
contributory UUM. only one
a cause. I
material holding it in graceful. wreath woman and child in the country. It and he's biting the man who pay I day. C.W GROVE'S ,'........... on box. lee
r' folds from the face with a wreath of Is inviting undue extravagance on the him. He is losing his desire and his Messrs. O. W and T. D. Dyal and .

orange blossoms encircling the head one hand and starvation on the (other ability to be useful, to be a man. He's "It Looked Like a Battlefield in Europe Dock Billiard were business visitors SEEDS FOR FLORIDA

4 't A shower bouquet of white roses, distorting; standards encouraging; laziness becoming an ease-loving animal Incapable ," Said Mr. C. Dunnter. to Sampson Thursday. p,

,1 showered with valley lilies, completed and inefficiency, disregardingthe of accomplishing. the purposeof "Was staying at a hotel in a small I Bert Stokes, of Natals spent the Oldest Established Seed Home in State 'f r

v the handsome costume needs of the future and crushingthe his being helpless. No man, laborer Pennsylvania town. Early one morning week-end with his family Send fox Catalogue and Free Price Lilt s

i The bride entered with her father, salaried man and the small]] business or capitalist, can fulfill his duties I went to the stable to hire a rig I Lacy Prevail, of ZifT, was here on j

i c ;_ I who gave her in marriage, while down concerns who have been the veryO.UIGLEY to the Lord who made 'him, nor and was shown a pile of dead rat business' Saturday E. A. MARTIN SEE CO.

I the opposite aisle came the groom. f the privilege of exhibiting his God- killed with RAT SNAP the night be. Oscar Waxdin left Tuesday for Na. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 4

j' I with his bent man, Mr. Douglass Igou, IN CRAMPED! QUARTERS given manliness without an effort. fore. Looked ]like a battlefield in Eu- tals where he has accepted a position..

the bride's brother. : Silk shirts do not a gentleman make rope." Three sizes, 25c, 60c, $1. Sold Mrs. Jesse Jones and niece Florence .
nor six hours a millionaire. Every You Guard Against Burglars, But
1. The entire wedding party arranged and guaranteed by Mitchell's Drug Walker, are back from St. Au-
1 themselves man who succeeds may expect to succeed Store and DeWitt C. Jones. What About Rate
on the broad whit steps. New' Phase of Broom llakinlJliot So gustine.
. leading to the pulpit rostrum, the Pleasant by labor labor of brain or brawn.Dluft' Grandma Saxton is spending the Rats steal millions)] of dollars' worth ':1:1of ti,

matron of honor and maid of honor will work so far and no farther 666 cures Malaria, Chills and Fever week at the home of 1. L. Ogden. grain, thickens, eggs, etc. Destroy
ti at the and the time when either capital or Bilious Fever Colds and LaGrippe. It property and are a menace to health.If .
top and the maids on down to Saturday afternoon Messrs, L. A. T. E. Oldham visited at Sampson
labor oan put it over has just about kills the parasite that causes the fev. ) with rat" try
troubled
the lowest while Davis you a.e
step, on the opposite and C. A. Futch were seen Sunday.
It is laxative
and
{ side ended. People are awake to both evils er. a splendid general RAT SNAP. It will kill themprevent
surely
i were the ushers and groomsmen working on something that much (
very tonic.-Adv. Misses Reno and Ada Thomas
i and a happy medium will have to be of won't
in the same arrangement. The bride resembled a "rickshaw" man enveloped Louise odors. Cats or dogs ,1(1(
spent Sunday afternoon
and groom mounted the steps and In his raincoat of grass, as those struck. GRAHAM burg./ i in our touch it. Comes in cakes. 3 sizes )

j were met by Dr. Moore for the ceremony who have traveled in Japan via the The only possible means by which Mr.: and Mrs. 25c, EOc( $1. Sold and guaranteed by l
a which was beautiful and impressive Gaiety pictures have seen. The object all men may expect to have more, to I I I Bobbie Surrency and Mitchell's Drug Store and DeWitt C ti r
Graham, July 9,-Messrs. Carl] and I I I children of Tampa, spent the Fourth ,
luxuries
u' and during which the (ll'JI'anlIound'tI was over five feet high/: and from enjoy more more of the Jack of business with relatives Jones. ,,'
soft strains. its summit projected oil slender pole common comforts even, of life, is to Wynn, Sampson were '}11
f visitors here Thursday Earney Dowling, wife and
4 Immediately after about produce more. They can scarcely expect son, Ear.
the ten feet
an high. It in
ceremony wa, fact
informal to refuse to produce and still to Myrtle McKinney spent Friday at, ney, Jr., of Hampton spent Sunday SOUTH IS
TURNING 'ii'
reception was held at the a giant broom, 75 pounds in well'ht.ont' /: -- I Louise I I afternoon with Mrs. C. B. Roberta
home of the bride on West Lemon fit for Og, the king of Bashan, to supply their increasing demands. I I I Mr.
/ I! avenue The!' interior of the house was wit'ld. just the kind of "besom of de Reducing hours, reducing efficiency, Mr*. Ada Thomas, of Louise, was i ebrated and Mrs. Alfred McKinney celI -

lovely in decorations of ferns and struction" the republican will wish reducing will, reducing character, reducing shopping here Tuesday. I|I i anniversary-the Fourth and their golden AGAINST CALOMEl ;
[ with
The Mr. and Mrs. Bob Surrency were I I plenty of company
rotes. dining room \\'al especially they had when they try to weep the all the essentials of productionand and
attractive, streamers of pink tulle democrats from power next Novem. service, will] never increase the visitor to Brooker Friday. something good to eat. Among
those
interwoven with asparagus ferns ber. The broom was intended for an desired things of this world. It will Rena Thomas, of Louise, was here present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm.

f reached from the chandelier)\ to the effective advertisement on the Quigley decrease them, and with them, the Friday on business. Park Montgomery, Mr. and and Mrs.children, of Orange Mr. Dodion, the "Liver Tone'' j,
edge of the table" which covered Broom Co's to strike Miss Ethel Byrd of Tampa is visiting W. B. McKinney,
was float in the I 6th of July ability a medium or average of Theressa Man for Changefor
Mr. Responsible
with a lace cloth. parade.It gait. The Tampa Tribune aptly Bug- her parents for a few weeks. and Mrs. W. E. Ed- .

The bride's cake was placed in the wa built around a framework' of Rents that one can't have his pie and Mrs. Pon and son, Ferman, of mondBon Mr and children of Sampson. the Better. ,,;

h'' center and was iced with pink rosebuds chicken wire of bee hive shape.. !Mr. eat it, too. Six hours' work out of Mounteocha, were here Friday.L. I i .and Mrs. Ray McKinney and son,
Eugene/: John
attached to which were tiny ribbons Futch was arduously engaged new- twenty-four, one-fourth, can hardly G. Bearry, of Gainesville, spent |i I daughters., All Surrency and little "
which were pulled by the members ing the straw to the frame work, !Mr. be expected to furnish the other eigh the week-end with his family. i iI I W. Hunt reported a nice time. Every druggist in town ha redsgreat catomdlDodturY I '.,
I section falling off In sale of
of the party, the, ring falling to Quigley sitting inside, tailor fashion, teen with food clothing shelter! entertainment I Mrs. Eva Strickland of Nichols is son City foreman at Samp They all give the the !
visited same reason.
Miss Yeuger. the dime to Mille Steed, to receive the needle and pass it back and enlightenment sufficient I visiting relatives. :Messrs., David our burg Sunday. Liver Ton is taking ita place. I I' :

the penny to R. E. Duckworth, the again.; Th day was sizzling; hot and or desirable for the needs of the i i Mr. and Mrs. A Youngbtood: and and Kelly. W. H. Gu..rney "Calomel la dangerous and people knf**

,, silver wishbone to Carl Duncan, and the temperature inside the broom was, worker. He needn't expect to get more | children, of Waldo, were here shop I daughter Percy Eunice Jones !Mrs. Kelly and it." Dodaon' Liver Tone in perlouaO' .,
'
the button to Douglass Igou. as near as wean guess, 212 degrees.Mr. out of life than he puts into it, for it !i ping Saturday. I Sunday.Mrs. , visited Sampson on guaranteed by every druggist who CIM .
At the rear end of the hall delicious Davis anxiously watched the nee. would be against the laws of nature Schell Byrd spent Saturday in I it. A large bottle doesn't cot very mud
i fruit the bowl being die had and !M. Hilhard, of Hampton, Is But if it fail. to give easy relief in verj
punch was served ; it ceased to come out from justice, and the law of nature Gainesville on business I'
y presided over by Mesdames W. R. within he would have, thrown the anti justice! are as sure to win as the : Mr. and Mr. Sonny Wilder arrived week.visiting her son, D. Hilliard this cave, of juat liver ask sluggishness for and con.t1pA'tion back

Quayle and II. S, Cockrell. Pink and structure over and given first aid to a sun and moon are to shine.-Bartow i Saturday from South Carolina and I i Mr. Dodcoa'a Liver Ton your money is a "leaolll" .
:
and Mrs.
white cream with home-baked cakes I suffocated man. At last the work was Record. will spend a short while here and Oat spent B. Dyal, of Sampson tasting, purely vegetable remedy, barn
s' were served.During done and l !Mr. Quigley camp out. not other points in Florida. Dyal. Sunday at the home of O. W. less to both children and adults. Talc

$ the evening all the guests I exactly us "a blue-eyed dryad from SHOE PRICES REDUCED Little Gertrude and Carrie Wynnepentrthe Mrs. a spoonful at night and wake up feel
R.
registered in the bride's book and the beech's heart" but resembling I Fourth S. Wasdm left Sunday for a fleet) no biliousness, sick .
with relative in two '
weeks' '
mull souvenir boxes of wedding cake rather the of visit with her parent! atI atomach or constipated bowel
i I gems' the steam bath. Last week reductions In the wholesale 1 Sampxon. Macclenny. doesn't gripe inconvenience. all
or cause
r' were given to each. He expressed himself all glad that the prices various styles of shoes Mr*. Arthur Brown and family I, Bert Stoke the next day like violent calomeL Tab
and Irvin
$ Later In the evening the bride don. I company had decided on using only from 25 cent to $2.00 a pair were spent the week-end at Sampson.Mrs visitors to Ziff Dyal were a doee of calomel today and tomorro

I V ned a handsome cult of dark blue with zone such broom for their float announced by official of three of the Thjgpen and son, John, of lIIr B Parker Sunday. you will eel weak; sick and nauseated
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: Live State HOW IT BUILTME -I

Newst..aaauaaw.wwRnww..a.ua..wwa. !

\ r.cw+wu i iI UP" Philip Stanhope-you know

I Told by Our Exchanges. :. -

- - REMDF.XT:: OP TAMPA RAINS
".. : FIFTKKN l IHJl'XDS IX LITTLE mD1. :by' another name

Ponsacola reports no new cases of' Coast Co., i II being ruthed and it i b. OtEK A MONTH TAKING
I the bubonic plague and the work of expected that the new craft will be I TANLAC
I exterminating rats is going merrily launched from the Cramp Shipyard I I a

m. at Philadelphia by the last of the ', "'rl'*, sir, I've gained fifteen poundsin . HE LIVED. In England. HAS COME to fluid.
year. little more than thirty days and I i .
Gadsden county tobacco are AND HIS name was. WITH EVERYONE
growers
imply couldn't ask for better result .
I delighted with the prospects of gathering The .
explosion of a dynamite bomb that I have received from Tan- PHILIP DORMER '
I the biggest and beet crop ever in Miami, said to have been thrown I lac" Raid Nathan E. Post of 1)12) S Stanhope. FOR QUALITY. . and breeding. j

I raised in that section. from an automobile occupied by white Franklin Street, Tampa, Florida, a AND IN his time
men Wednesday night, caused 3,000 few days ago. Mr. Pout, who served I i '. AND GOOD taste

By unmistakable majorities DeSoto negroes to gather and resulted in 400 as a sergeant in the army receivedhis TWO CENTURIES ago. AND CHESTERFIELDS
I county elected two men to the legislature white men patrolling the negro sec discharge last March at Camp .

I on a platform of county divislion. '. tion with rifle .The police had the Gordon. THEY LOOKED. to aim. THE CIGARETTES.NAMED .

situation in hand Thursday morning "About nine months before I received FOR THE last word. .

my discharge! ," he continued NOT for tlm. '
Aerial gunnery, using torpedo and A giant tea turtle laid ten dozen "my health began to fail. My liver ON ETIQUETTE. .
I bomb, is a daily feature at the FensaI1 I egg on the beach sands in front of seemed to be sluggish all the time S BUT FOR the thing. "

\ ola Air Station. To date not a tor- the home of John D. Bush on Anastasia and I had frequent attacks of bilious- AND STYLE and dres*. t

| pedo has been lost. Island, but hunters and neigh fleas My stomach also was out of HE MEANS to U*. ;

I born located the nest before Mr. Bush order and I never wanted to go: to the WE KNOW him best. .

Walter S. McLin who was a candi- ,lAnd robbed it of the treasure A compromise table to eat anything. My back hurta ARE WHOLLY worth,<,

[ date for state treasurer in the recent was reached, however, by great deal and I had awful pains THROUGH. FAMOUS letter. t

primary, has been appointed an oil which Mr. Bush was awarded five dozen in my left side and shoulders that hindered WRITTEN TO his eon OF THEIR. name. .
[ inspector for the state. i of the eggs. me in my work I never knew ,
ON EVERY
count.
what it was to feel good but was AND FILLED with sound adrlce ; :
Two men were blown to atoms and Monday afternoon the Penn Cash weak and worn out from morning till '. -
THEY
SATISFY
;"H.IC;
j a third badly injured when dynamite Grocery, of Rradentown, received! a night. ADVICE .' all of u*. 1
I exploded on board their boat Sundayat shipment of bananas from Tampa. I "A few \veeks ago I started taking

( Middle River. They were dynamitIng I On opening the crates and, hanging Tanlac and I am surprised at the way SHOULD.READ. and heed. : : stands_ for .to- .

[ fish. | them up a coiled snake was found on it has built me up so fast. I have LORD CHESTERFIELD. CHESTERFIELD and well-bro ii. .
i the stem. Securing a pair of pliers been eating like a bear and picking for care and skill In their i .ielct't lots <
Dashing! joyfully acrosa Michigan' the reptile was pullnd out and was up in weight and strength ever since THEY CALLED him. and blending for those things that.

| avenue Tampa, trundling an iron hoop I found to be a tropical snake, about I finished my first bottle. My stomach In a cigarette, are marks of quality
I with a wire push stick, nine-year-old two feet long.F. never gives me any trouble, no AND THIS natno. and gond taste. And never wan
I Charlie Heard met his death beneath I matter what I eat, and the pains have e any cigarette better named :

the big hearse of the Reed undertaking ,| all gone from my side, shoulders and
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E. Maxwell
of Eustli
has this
establishment.The back. My liver i I..* in fine condition, \,
season shipped 95 carloads of ;
watermelons -
in fact, I am never bothered in anyway I '
which averaged $-11):;
a car, or
whatever and in the
first carload or peppers ever a total of Sa2.750.Ir! Maxwell am very .
grew bent of health. Tanlac has done fine
j shipped from Green Cove Springs, S.r cars of the melons on 275 acres
j left Tuesday f. the Northern market of work for me and I am ready to speaka
'r I I land while the remaining 10 ('..InWl're word of "
| The car contained four hundred j praise for it any time.
crate bought from
growers They Tanlac is sold
in Starke by F. L. '
and was loaded by Walkill Stock were grown from the New Tom Wat- Turner; in Ruiford by Weaver Drug tesl.Dlew ,
j Farms Co., and thers.. I son seed purchased last usascm in
__ 'I ro.: In Lake Butler by TomlinsonM .
Colorado /
by Mr. Maxwell. .ines Drug Co.. and In Worthing- rLrd
By a sate of over three to one the | i
toji by R. T. Taylor.Adv.Mr. '1M --
[ citizens of Tallahassee defeated the
i ij I Divers went down Thursday under
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j proposed ordinance providing for and I the concrete tanker Dmsmnre at th. and Mrs. Olen Scarborough 3 3to
"air-tight Sunday closing" which had i 4 ,
I Bentley & Sons shipyard Jacksonville'and were guests of the latt'l"IIIal"t'ntl, Mr c
been referred to the people by the | discovered that the
l 7,500 ton and Mrs C. M. Andreu, Saturday
| city commissioner ship just launched struck a submerged Mrs Francis Lloyd and child, of

'I log, punching two small holes Just Lake Butler Friday .
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Leo. Smidt, of Doctor's Inlet bag. aft of her center. The damage will -
I god a big black bear weighing 400 not exceed $200. The tanker will be Alaolma, spent Saturday and Sunday allow spurn for them as often as is was. prettily gowned in white gear butter The prepared bait should ho

pounds Sunday mprning. For some towed to the yards of the Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards.Mr. convenient gene crepe" and 1 ca lied a bouquet of placed In rat runs, about a teimpimn- 4

time it has been known that there I outfitting company in a few days to and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson and. "Is your baby registered' not; .. pink l'O"l'l'I.' Little Anna Mar)' Me ful nt a plurc. If u single applicationof
was one of these animals killing hogs be made ready for service children of Lake Butler, spent Sunday give thi your attention! ('1'Rry. of Chattanooga who was the .the poiitun fails to kill or drive.

( along the shores of Black Creek. I at the home of Mr. and \Mrs T'I This is the urgent r..que imnlltilttl.JY.1'rmgbr-urer. wore a dainty frock of away the lat front the premisesit"

The site in tile suburbs of Lake B. Edwards reau of vital statistics I white urgundiu uliould be repeated with a change of

Scores of horrified spectators who City where the old. University of her Grandma home after Williams few has weeks'returned visit to I'' board of health, made Dr. O. T. McDonald wa* the best bait. "I
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I Florida secure the birth certificate of eveiyj' I'man
| crowded the down town section of and the Columbia Collegewere with relatives Lake Butler
[ Jacksonville Wednesday at 5:45: saw formerly located has long been Mrs. Holden at child born in this stets Miss. Isuhcl Hilly, played the wedding li'.O( has more Imitation" than any
and granddaughter
; other 'hill and Fever Tonic on the yt
Roy P. Brown, white, fall to his' death known as one of the best In Northern Ethel Mae Wilbur, left Friday for The impoitance of having. babies music [<.td Miss Florence Wells, niuiket, but no one want imitation.

[ from a third story window of the U. Florida. This property consists of their home in Pittsburg, Peiin. registered in not always realized by of Covington, Hung. They are dangerous; thing in the medicine ti
S. Trust Company building. 300 acres of land and twelve( buildings C. B. Hayes was a business visitorto the general public. Fine hogs and The bride, who was given in marriage I lino.-Adv. ,

and. has been purchased by the Starke Wednesday cows and automobiles are registered by her mother/ Mrs Robert -

Wednesday afternoon Madison' Coch- United Stales public health service Steve Hague and daughter, Flor- with the strictest adherence to the Tompkins. was n Jlll.turt"If !girlish' Mu tVnini* In n Healthy Child s

| ran killed a forty-pound wild cat near for the purpose, of establishing a general slice, spent a few days of last week I laws of the state, yet the most precious loveliness In a gown of white georgette i All elillilrra innililtnl with warms have Hn ua-
I his home, three miles from Lakeland. hospital which Is much needed in with relatives in Alachua. "possession given to/man and ; crept made in bouffant. Htyle. he li1ypikrwhk 1Indk'ateaoarhk.dendas.e, !

I The cat measured three feet and afterthe this section' of the United State \Mrs Alta Newsom is spending a woman is often times neglected, guys Her J veil wall held In place to her soft ruin, there:'S TASn.IYlS I I. more !or !I.... IONIC uromm-h|tlv dlMurliaiiiI.KOVE .n r-iluljrly<.I.

hide was tanned, the boy sold it few days with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. the state board of health. hair with a ihaplct of 01'unite 10(011'( fur tweet three. wntk will ark the hi...,. Improve
for six dollars. When DeSoto county i la chopped up Newsom.W. Florida has recently been accept-( Rum, and her bouquet was of bride'sroses ih*dltfiiMliin.. mil, arts, a Om>r.Hiniutfili l
into five lesser there will be E'd into the United State registration showered with lilies. "nln(Tool' to the whole iy.,nm. Nature will lira
ones a valley
II. and W. M. Harrell were bus- brow..It..r. d'stvl the W...-..,..mil IlifiClillil. ) will l I.
H. L. Rhodes of DeLand, lost his great scurry for locations for county Incas visitors to Starke Monday area for deaths, but as yet Florida An Infoimul icrrpli.m followed the im-fact .bralth. I'Ie...at ci'*k. vnnr l f."(l..
I store building and the entire stock of seat towns. Aspirants In the north Mrs. Bill Newsom and children are births have not been accepted by the ceremony. The briI, ,,'. mother was -

groceries and provisions' the Bra-No- east corner will he Sebnng Avon Park guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. New government for publication. They gowned; In white crepe" meteor and
la bottling works is a mass of ruins and DeSoto City. In the southeast son have rift, been considered luHlciently! her corsage was of .pink tonehudi.Mm. I

| and Louis Chauvin lost heavily in the section Moore Haven will be a certain J. V. and Arthur Edwards were accurate and complete Preliminary Tompkins was unstated In receiving

$30,000 blaze visiting DeLand early claimant for capital honors. In the visitors to Starke Monday. foundation for a government check by !Mrs. CHIT Jones, of 1\11..1|

] Friday morning. southwest region Punta Gordu and Autler Boyd, of Five Mile, spent are being laid down by tho bureau of Rae: MillS Susie Griflln, Miss! LuuineGriffin c cAgency

Charlotte Harbor will he contestants, Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.' T. J. vital statistics, Before the check in and Mini Willie Jones, of Co. DAVIS

A Wauchula merchant received two while farther up Arcadia and Wau Willis. made however it is nucesitary to make lumbuK.

I shipments of last week. One chula will have easy honors. Florida people realize the importance An nld-fuxhionnd cake, built in tiers
-nd-
sugar Mr. eec? Mrs, W. H. Harrell at. I I I Eat 1886
of such records being kept and to .
cooperate wall in the center of the daintily appointed
I shipment was billed at 17 cents per ed the birtnday dinner Sunday at the
I Mary Small, a 17-year-old ncgress with this department.The I I table, which was covered with
pound and the other at 28. The 17- home of Mr. and Mr Matt Dukes of
I cent sugar came from an Arcadia is held for trial on the charge of Dukes.C. responsibility, as a whole, for 1 an exquisite cloth of lace and hand INSURANCESTARKE
I from shooting and seriously wounding a 5- the accuracy of these records Is with embroidery., The mint' bon bnns and
wholesaler the 28 cent sugar W. and Seeber Edwards, Mabry I
[ Tampa. yeur-old white child in the Panama Harrell, Rand Crews and Williard Ra- the Hate board of health, but the re. i Bees carried out the color .scheme of

Park section. The shooting occurred born attended the picnic at Starke uponsibility for each little individual pink and green;

Jim'Bcatty 21 of age, is lying several days ago and it was stated by Monday. being registered rests with the doctoror I Mr. Ward and his bride left for an

at the Pensacola yeayi hospital in a witnesses that the girl fired a shotgun ttemember prayer meeting at the midwife in attendance or In case : extended motor trip and after August v
I from behind a high board fence at the there lit i neither with the mother or lit will lie ut homo to thuir
[ cirtlcal condition. He lives with a home of Steve Hague Saturday night.
[ broken fleck and may recover. He 1 I boy. Finger on the child's left hand Come. other or householder The.aWII\ of friends with the mother of the .bride

was out swimming Sunday and dived were severed and more than a hun. -. Florida require that certificate shall I I I..n Myrtlu street 'lIflt\nIHIICJIIIXUClmaIIJ'C'IIDOlmmmOI
be properly made out and filed with the out-of-town cflhimar
dred his Among guests pres. i
shots were picked out of body
from IMPORT-
a bridge into a creek striking a BIRTH REGISTRATION'; I"
I the local registrar within ten days i fOnt Mrs. Ida Mcfriinmoii, Mr. COFFINS & CASKETS
submerged log and his neck was bro- The girl fired the second barrel after PORTANT j were: I t
distance these following the birth of the child.A 1 Julius King, Mr.. and Mis. J. II. Mc- 1.
| ken in two places. I running some away And "k
Pull Line of
certificate a
should follow a baby'sbirth Julius Anna Mary ;
shot peppering the boy about his The bureau of vital statl tics'of the Crary, McCrary I '
an inevitably u* its first cry or MrCrury, of Chattanooga: ; Mr. Than- Untlttrtalturi SuppfivmAtriO.MOIIIM
body The child was playing in frontof
Work the thi'rd monster railroad state board of health is making an effort
r on
its first laugh for it in a* much a feature I dler King, of Montgomery; M r, and 1
ferry to be between Havana his home at the time. : to bring the birth registration in I
operated : HEARSE: :
I __ of the little tots vxintence. The Mrs. Cliff Jones, of McRuuj; Miss Willie
( and Key West by the Florida East Florida up to a standard that will be lAlway on huml. Ihe bent.
RAILROUl OWNERS AUF: first evidence of this come when the : Jones, of Columbus. ; Mrs. R. K.j :. service -

666 quickly relieves Constipation;' PLANNING TO HOLD ON lication.accepted by Dr.the S. government GI.: | Thompson for head pub school l lays start If there In a question 'j' Everett: and Mm. G. T. WelU, of C.iv- at the lowest prlc,,". Special '

I Biliousness Loss of Appetite afid of age it can be easily proven by ington MISH Maybelle Jones, of Ce- attention til telegraph or- {
i Is to
of this department trying con- .
ers Ri-KlHtered. Embalmer:
communicating with the bureau of dartown, and Mr, and Mrs. Florlun
Headaches, duo to Torpid Liver. Will Fight All Propaganda Looking since the public of the importance of
to Government OwnershipAn vital statistics of the state board of ] Ward, of Tampa, Fla. V
for
this and ia
relying on you sup health In Jacksonville, and all thru .- ; DeVVITT C. JONES C'C'STARKE
Articles along these lines will ,
.ift off Corns! advisory committee of nine rail l be port.sent out from time to time and the life the birth certificate may come Into I Rub-My-Tisrn is a great pain' killer FLA. III
executive was authorized to play when vitally important questions It relievers! pain and soreness caused
way state board of health it asking
deal with transportation emergencies you concerning: age or citlzennhip by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, ,M'N" // > CnmmlDlIB:
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freeiono. ,
are to be considered.
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action the -
through co-operative on I
costs only a few cents. part of all the railroads at a meeting ASPIRINName ------- IIARIL'M CARHONATE KILL THE RATS 1 1r
WEDDING
INTERESTING
held in New York last Thursday at
I the association of railroad executives. One of the cheapest and most -Tee( ,.

This committee will co-operate, it The many friends of Lieutenant S. tlve poison for rats and mice Is bur

was announced "with the interstate "Bayer" on Genuine R. Ward stationed at Camp Gordon, t lum carbonate. Thin' mineral has the

commerce commission; and will advise will be interested in the following: account advantage of being without taste o'r TO-PW

concerning matter brought: to its attention of his marriage; and waft tha smell. It hall a corrosive action on

from any proper source." best wishes for future happiness to, the mucous lining of the stomach and By Using

This action was taken after discussion Mr. and Mrs Ward. "Sam" Ward i ia is, Is dangerous to larger animals if taken

of a special committee' report, former Brooker boy, well known In sufficient quantity. In the t STEARNS' PASTE
"In order ;.0 throughout this county. The wadding. :, mail done fed to rats and mice f it I
which concluded that to preserve 1
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private ownership, it is incumbent r.. notice reproduced below Is taken fromthe would be harmless. to domestic animals I lnamteetrmelenrarminatr.Iori) JUM serank.a 1C** ,
'l Atlanta Journal.Of Its action upon rats Is slow,, .,.tre Hi thwtw vets" to run la".1hot huiWtIH '
upon the individual companies by 'ft r w.t-r.u voluntary action and co-operation to v .d'l cordial social interest to a wid. and if exit Is possible. the animal\*o In a few uemwnm. Two..... Vic and fUMIHtKiuMS
n authorized to circle t>t friend was the marriage oi usually leave the premise in search. hM.uou.ti iu kill''."Mni_ra a.
establish deal promptly an agency and effectively; with \' Mini Edna Tompkins and Mr. H. R, of water. For this reason the poison I BUOT rOI USE OROLR EROS Mil$

Tablet of i Is Ward, lieutenant, United States army may frequently though not always
G such emergiencies as contemplated in "Bayer Aspirin" gen. P: "I Wouldn't (;.. C.mplnWltho tnt
which be used in homes without ditlagrpeablfonsefJuence" ,
section 402 of the transportation' act.1 uine Aspirin proved safe by millions I detailed at Camp Gordon, wan !Snap" Say Kay Whiten ,
solemnlzxd evening at i .
and prescribed by physician for over Wednesday :
| BRADFORDI ( twenty year Accept only an unj o'clock' at the home of the bride' Barium carbonate may be fed i ir I "Wffe and I pent our vacationr rl

II Withlour Bngent You can lift off I broken I j "Bayer" package which con mother Mrs. Robert Tompkins, or the form of dough; composed of foul camping last summer, smell of cookf s
1 colt corn, or corn bet..P.1I.tot. II Wil of meal flour and ol r log brought l'aU. We went to town,
e ..*., .nd the hard skin calluiw front I I Bradford, July 9.-Mrs. Willard taina proper direction to relieve th, Myrtle street the R -v. Marvin part or one part
III of feet. .J| Raborn and little daughter Louise, Headache, Toothache, Earache Neuralgia liam officiating.The the mineral. A more convenient ban 11 I !got Dome HAT SNAP, broke up caku,
A tiny bottl of Treeione" costs little |Ineet; Thursday for a few weeks' visit Rheumatism, Colds and Pain artistic decorations were ol f I I. ordinary oatmeal with about ,".- i I put It outside our tent. We got the lj

.t any drug tore) apply a few drop with relative In St. Petersburg. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablet cot few r pain and fragrant pink roses of the eighth of its bulk of the mineral, mint, rat alri&ht-bIC follow." Farmer,
.1 I
I 1'011 the corn or cal ua. Instantly it C. W. Edwards and Clifford Wil- cent. Druggist also ell large entire lower floor, which was. throwlitUlether ed with water into a stiff d<>ugh. A storekeeper. housewives, should use a
.t\a:: hurting. then abortlr yon lift that I I were transacting business In "Bayer package" Aspirin 1* tradt foe the occasion. third plan is to spread the barium' 1 RAT SNAP. Three size, 2lic, 50u, 'l.
corn or callu right off, root lard of thf carbonate fish, tna ted bream d Sold and guaranteed by J, M. Mitchell
,", I< all, without W. H Harrell wall a business visi- marked Bayer Manufacture Monacalicacde Mills Susie Hughey, a cousin upon
.. No olla humbug bit of!pain or sets.vlyt tot to Gain-,,'lI'- Wednesday t< r of Salicyllcadd. Adr. bride who was the maid of honor,, (moistened), or ordinary bread ami 1 I :' and, DeWitt C. Jonel'tr .






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