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 16, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I ROBBERS CAUGHT!,1-More About Pageant_ [' MEETING

Robbery Fra me'UIIIesllt'nger-; Chief INTERESTING COURT CASE I A good friend of the Telegraph, Organization Float ,II i _
CriminalNot who wa one of the moving spirits in Had there been a general prize of- | The board of county commissioners JI'ltlCIOOIH'S: ): nmTlID.Plt.

Marshal Kite Charged With Robbing the festival held here July 5th and : toted fur the moat attiai-tivo car or was called to order at tile court houseIn TY
float in the the float enteredby Staike Monday, July 5. 19.H. at 10
a little interest was caused by J. B. Mill of MoneyA therefore can furnish "inside" information i parade
the news of an express hold-up near has handed us a write-up the Ladies Aid Society would have I o'clock a. m. by Chairman C, A. Roberts Mr. and Mr*, L. V. Moore gate j

Baldwin Friday, when the express preliminary hearing in the cause which, we regret to say, arrived too carried off the honors, as it was generally with all members present, to-vnt: their little son, Jerry MJah a lovely ybirthday E

messenger on a Coast Line train was J. B. Mills vg Silas Kite in Judge Gar. I late for publication in our last issue. conceded' worthy of more than J. M. Hrownlee. Drew Reddish O. V. party Wednesday evening/

found bound and gagged and about diner's court Tuesday afternoon 1'1'1'.1 But it is so interesting that our readers the winning of the first prize of its Brooke and James Reynold It bring his eiglrthlirthdsyh lie received
from date and class The float was beautifully and :Minutes of last meeting lead and many useful gifts. The
$7,000 missing the safe. But ated considerable interest and will not think it out of I parlor I
officers of the law soon caught the seat in the circuit court!: room was every oc we give it in full; skillfully decorated with palmetto, approved.Miss and dining room were decoratedIn

robbers and it was found that the cupied. The charge against Kite was In the children's contests, the miniature green Il'a\'II. yellow flowers and yellow ; : Myra Heilong, home. demonstration patriotic colon and cut flowers.!

robbery resulted from a plot between the serious one of robbing a man that bride and groom the beautiful lnitteiflics. The car wa driven I agent tendered her resignation Watermelons were cut and served on a
several employes, the messenger be- II he had arrested. I little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Oth- by Mrs! Wm. C Powell, accompaniedby an such agent and upon motion the" lawn The little guests played
the following beautiful ladies and second said! '<'K O' the King Joseph Thomas "
ing one. Tuesday's Times-Union young resignation accepted. / receiving
of )
pre The trouble started on the after. ma L. Jlajnes) won the prize $
sents the following account: of Their costumes were complete in eveiy : !Misses ]Doris I.IIW. Doris Rand of C. A. Knight, supfivmor' of i first prize among the boy, a
noon July 5th. Kite who is chief
Preston Holder 25 express messenger I i and notwithstanding their Free \V>'mi, 1 Elizabeth !Brownlee, Iris registration, was presented and ap box of candy. Elizabeth Howe ri-
police of Staike way
states that he
Epperson, Isabel Fernandez colved the prize for the box
and L. R. Dukes 20 former proved. gills a :
a I
found J. B. Mills under the influence tender ages, took their partsoff per The float entered by the Woodmen of candy.
messenger were lodged in jail here Bond of Jacob J. contal
of while fectly. Johns >
liquor the
festivities were i
| of the World. carried out in every respect The children enjoyed tames( and
last with
night charged rob
having going on, and asked him to home. I district No. 0!, was presented and approved. *
bed the Atlantic Coast go Private Cam the different, features of the or. music until a late hour after which .
express car on ;
Line train No. 39 Jacksonvillelast Mills used insulting language to him der. Mr, J, W. Morgan with his drum they were invited Into the dining! room I.
near The Miss Florence
and Kite, assisted by Special Police car driven by attracted much attention. This car The board sold the lumber in old where Jerry's birthday cake was the
Friday. The men, according to man Henry Brown, marched Mills to Matthews represented a fairy scene. won second pilze. table at old jail for $10.00 to Mallory renter of attraction. This cake was 'I. _
special agents of the express company It was decorated in Easter lilies
the town jail. They then went back The float entered by the Woman's Thomas wild amount to be placed to surrounded by asparagus! fern and cut
made a joint confession. butterflies and fairies. The
for another man also under the Influ- grass Club was most artistically decoratedin credit of general fund flowers! and covered with dainty little
It was announced that virtually all ence of liquor and put him In the lock following young ladies dressed as fairies vines flowers and potted plants. F. M. Rivers came before the board candy hearts. The children were then s,.
of the $7,000 taken' from the car had with Mills. rode in the car: Misses Florence and requested that they ;
up appropriate
These seated and
decorations enjoyed the
were arranged on a birthday feastof
been recovered.The :Matthews Ruth Diggs Ella Mae \\
Mills' contention is that when the background of white which enhancedthe $1000.00( for the county fair and $IUI) } punch and home mu robbery occurred in Duval Long Jeannette !Matthews and Hilda .
for .state fair.Application.
second man was locked up he ((1IIi1111)) beauty of the color Hcheme. Riding cookies and candy.
county while the southbound train Lewis. This car was accorded first
drew a wad of money amounting to in this float were the officers of was made for tinIn Mrs. Moore was assisted in serving
was between Mattox and Baldwin. prize by the
$272 from his pocket and told Kite this club !Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs L. crease of .salaries of agricultural and by her daughter Miss Slnah Moore..
Holder was in charge of the car at the The car driven by Mrs. D. C. Jones home demonstration
that he would give a cash bond; that A. Davis, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright agents. The invited guests were Pauline
for time the and American according to special agents kite grabbed him by the wrist, twisted represented Spring.' It was decorated The Farmers' Union float was appropriately Upon motion and second the appropriation Thomas Doris and Evelyn Pope, Cuu-

who Railway ExpressCompany his arm, took the money and put it in with moss spring flowers ribbons decoiated. The four gentlemen for agricultural/ and home sic Mae Bennett, Annie Hello Turner
worked on the case his pocket. This Kite denies. and butterflies. The following matrons riding In the float by their demonstration agents were discontinued Thclmu Andrews Edna, .1>nra and
continuously for sixty-two hours dressed in pink as spring maid. for the fiscal beginning September '
Mills had less than 24 witnessesand position thoroughly demonstrated the )year Pearl Manning .:Elizabeth Beatriceand 4
broke down and made a complete con- no ens, rode in the car: Mesdames D. C. purpose of the order. HO, 1920. and ending Sept 30, Louise Howe, Pauline Conway v
Kite had several. Attorneys A.
fession that he had allowed himself
Z. Adkina and A. S. Crews Jones. George Marks, C. W. Chalker The float entered by the W. C, T IIJ21. Mildred\ Siicox, Joseph. and Victor
to be tied and left in the represented .
up car, wherehe C. E. Ahearn S. L. Peek. Little !Miss Upon motion and second the appropriations Thomas
Kite, and E, M. Johns Esq., was U represented Uncle Sam and the Ray Mercer Cliniles Lucian ft '
was found by a :
negro express mes- the i Mary Rrownlec dressed beautifully as Goddess of Liberty, supported by the ) for county and stale fair KlckliU-r, Walter :McDonald Vincent
senger helper. Special agents said pVosecutor. : a fairy, added to the attractiveness of Army and Navy: carrying were discontinued for the fiscal year and Newn Alvarez: O Turner Lon- ',
Holder admitted he had conspired to It required a long time to examine { the car This car was awarded second America on the water, young Miss beginning Sept 30, 1920 and ending she Futch Robert Strong, ,
wagon :
rob the car.Dukes the witnesses, and it was late'in
many prize by the judges. Louise Besscnt Sept. 30, 1921. .
dressed the -' --
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arrested with Holder and the evening before the arraignment The increase of of J, O. Tnix- :;
I The car driven by Mrs. J. M, !Mitchell Goddess of Liberty nod Willie String Hillary "
alleged to have been the other con i was concluded The ;proceedings were i was beautifully decorated in white fellow represented. Uncle Sam. ler, agricultural agent t. was denied, A noon, ACIII or ( (ms
spirator Is said to be a farmer of : taken down in shorthand by J. L. Peck : which and upon motion and second bin services
chrysanthemums were artistically -
Gainesville. He was formerly an express who scarcely enjoyed a minute's respite very Commercial FloatsThe were discontinued beginning While visiting club members and
messenger. The special agents during the time. I striking arranged, giving Its the car a float entered by the Consumer's July 5. 19JO farmers In the Hampton Ruction a few

also state that Dukes confessed that Judge Gardiner reserved his decision were tho appearance.following ladies!!, arrayed occupant in Lumber" Company was cleverly decorated The cleik of the circuit court !having day ago, I took occasion to visit tile ,
he had played the role of the lone as to what steps to 'take in the dainty white organdie dresses and carrying out in their scheme ofadvertising prepared estimates of the revenue coin club acie of Cecil Moore near. :

bandit who robbed the car, and bound matter until 1 p. m. Friday (today). .I large white picture hah: Mesdames eveiy feature und department and receipjs fioin sources other limn\ Tlx-resHa. Cecil was not at homo but \
and gagged the express messenger. of this splendid business con from taxes to lie levied reasonably to his father accompanied me to the
J. M. Mitchell L. G. Powell !Misses I
The recovered has been COUNCIL cern. This float was more than worthyof acre. I found his corn had been wall. I
money 1'1.- CITY PKOCIIDINGSThe : Emma Powell and Sara Davis and he expected from the first day of turned to officials of the ress com the first prize that it won. cultivated! and many of the suggestion It:
.e.1' Lucile Mitchell dressed in white and 1920:!() to the ilOtl day of September .
pany. Dukes and Holder accordingto city council rrtVt in regular session carrying'a parasol. The float entered by lie Witt C. 1021: the said estimate having given through the club had been
the agents are the only men figuring July 6th with the following members Jones which won the second prize In been properly certified' under oath applied with attendant success. Upon
in the robbery. They state that present: D. C. Jones chairman, Under this head might be mentioned this contt'Bt. carried out In every 1'l'8""I.t were ordered spread upon the minutns quuslioning the father ho admitted
the the cars of Mrs. J. H Ritch, G. !M. I that great advertising feature that thn. son had beaten him tills }
robbery was planned at least two is. A. Bryan J. W. White. : of the hoard and the original to bi year
weeks ago and the guilty partieswere I Minutes of last meeting' were read :Sistrunk: and others These whose names "Faimcr Brown" used by this progressive filed as a putt of the lecords of the In growing corn, though he had planted
Wt'reI.t\ available cars were I concein. "I ad" Fling made .,I some of the sallie'al'IIty of
evidently waiting for an unus- and approved.. board, and H in word and figures as
appropriately decorated for the occasion I a wonderful "FarmiT Brown" while to niako a test.
ually large shipment of money from The tax collector; was authorized to I follows: 11.4
Jacksonville and deserve mention. Pete Canova was his charming wife. !Mr. Moore I Is a good farmer and
to a mining company allow A. O. Andreu $200 off assessment General I'uml-Occupational and :t
in Newberry. for 1919. -- railroad licenses $1200.00.Kino ( hall a crop of good corn for the season l',

It is said that Dukes boarded the The town attorney was Instructed to PRIZES OFFERED FARM BOYS:' IIOUSi PARTY AT KINGSLKYLAKK and Forfeiture 1.'ulltlFll1..B.i511.00. , but his son has 41 club aero that / "
train at Grand Crossing just outside draw up new franchise for Stuike AM GIRLS ARMOUR I $ will make in the nelghlnhood of 75

of this city and went immediatelyinto Telephone Co., same to be consideredat I The board adjourned as a board of bushels which proves that good )I \
the car and tied Holder using the next regular meeting.The commissioners and oiganizodas yields can be made In Bradford county ; .I'
up Farm boys and girls In Florida have A house party composed of the fol. county
the bell cord for this None bond trustees authorizedto board of even !In bud seasons, If given '
purpose. were apportunity to compete for the educational lowing ladies and gentlemen is holding a equalizers. :
of the silver money in the safe was borrow $fiOO on July 8th to relieve trips awarded by Armour & !' forth at the cottage of Peek & The tax assessor having presented attention. I' {
touched. It was too heavy. The indebtedness of Raid board. Company to the club member who is Yarborough at Kings ley lake, and bin books showing the assessed valuation J. O. TRAXLER, '
rency was thrown from the The committee on electric lightswas of property for examination by County Agent. "
cur.'I the state champion pig grower in the I will continue until August 1st: Miss. I
few miles east of Baldwin and 'I instructed to confer with the fat barrow class at the Florida State es Bessie McCormick Mabel Edwardsand the board in compliance with law and .

recovered. Dukes left the train board of bond trustees as to the closing Fair who will receive a free trip to Elizabeth Hsmmergrain, of the board of county commissioners I Pltn-NUPIIAL', LUNCHmN:

Baldwin. Shortly after the car wa down of light plant at one a. m. the International Live Stock and Exposition Gainesville Julia Woodward and Peggy having given notice for fifteen days -
robbed Allen the negro helper discovered each day.RefJorts. at Chicago in December; Blanton, of Jacksonville, and the that the board of equalizers for the The following account; ; of a luncheon,

Holder tied in the express car. of the bond trustees for $150 to be allowed for the trip. chaperone Mrs. Jos. E.; Wilson, of purpose of hearing. complaints and receiving given in compliment to Miss Maria '
Allen a very reliable negro boards !May and June were ordered filed. The club member who Is the state Starke; Messrs. Geo. White Harold testimony as to the Value of Livingston preceding her! marriaga //1-,

the train at McPherson, and continues The treasurer's report for the champion corn will receive a Wall Kirk Lewis Powell Carpenterand any property, real or personal as fined! on last Wednesday to Mr Reid! Mc- '. Go
through to St. Petersburg assisting month of June was ordered filed. free trip to the International at Chi. William Wainwright all of by the county tax assessor of taxes !Masters appeared In the Tampa Trib. :\
Holder with his work. Naturally his Collections for the month of June Starke. tar the assessment of the taxes for line: I ,
cago. $150 will be allowed for this
eyes opened pretty wide when he tookin were as follows: Fines $131.00; taxes trip. The members of this happy partyare year ll>20, and no owners or agent of Miss Leona Lesley wan hostess at a iii
the situation. He immediately reported 24 6.30; Total, $2i87.! O. amusing themselves with boating property appeared for that purpose perfectly appointed luncheon Friday '
what he had found. By this The council adjourned as a boardof Fifteen trips from a* many counties fishing swimming and dancing. the board proceeded to Increase the lit her home on Hyde Park Place giv-
time the train had reached Mattox alderman and convened as a board to the short course at Gainesvillewill valuation upon certain described prope f'1I In compliment to Mi..a Marie Livingsfon > : m
about twenty-four miles west of Jacksonville of equalizers to take up assessment be awarded to the corn club I .ty covering certain parcels of land / whose marriage to Mr. Hold
toll of 1920. champion and the pig club champion RESULT: OF HAMPTON CITY "" sVICTOHV McMasters will ho an event of ''W..dnemlay .j
_. of each county. $500 to be allowed to I ELECTION
Holder was released from his bonds ?-- -T--n--- I l lll | MEDALS Hi UK DIS- ,
and told how a lone bandit had board. METHODIST this which will be apportioned to tl TIU IIII'rlm: A color motif of pink and white wa .

ed the train and covered him with a I counties by the State club leader Mayor-W. B. Alexander 21 ; A. M. effectively carried out in the decoration I.

revolver tied him securely with the Sunday school 9:45: a. m. These prizes will take the.form of Williams, 11. The Victory Medal is ready for distribution *, a profusion of garden flower
bell cord opened the safe door, carefully I Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. trips and wil (require the actual tak For Councilman ((3): )-C. to:. Harper to the thousands of exHervico wing used.

selected only the paper money Epworth League, 7:15 p. m. ing of the trip by the winner. In 2fi; M. L. Watterson 28; P. B. Hunt men entitled to receive them nil The table was centered, with a grace.

and made his getaway. I Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. other words, the boy or girl winningthe 14 ; F. E. Henry 20. quests for the necessary application ful arrangement of junk hydrangea, J
Express agents were immediately Preaching at Lawtev Friday, 8 p. prize does not get the money unless Clerk and aIlRI'SBOr-A A. Futch, blanks should be addressed direct to while miniature baskets of pink lioldng I

assigned to the case and Sheriff Ram- I m., July 16th he takes the trip as offered. 28. the United States Army Recruiting salted (peanuts added! to the pleas, '
sey of Alachua county was notifiedto J. C. DIGGS While in Chicago the winners will Marshal and colloctor-L. H. Red'enbaugh Station Darnell lildg., Jacksonville! l ng effect

meet the train in Gainesville where Pastor. he the guests of Armour's Farm Bureau 20; J. I). Pry, 11. Fla., and envelope should be plainly The place cards were hand-paintml s

Holder was detained pending an in -- .- - numerous special trips being Tr..asul'Pr-J. V. Jones, 30. masked Victory Medal on the outside. brides and carried the names of Missen ,
vestigation. EPWORTH LEVGUi PROM PARTY planned which will be of great interest A.ppllcuntlllhoult! state whether his Elizabeth; Range Edna Holmherg, I,:

Holder wa brought to this city by to them. The winners will be determined breed first $25; second $16. service was as an olllcrr or (On liatl.d uitlo Lou Cook !Dorothy Priest, f

special agents on Saturday morningand Miss Ruth Diggs gave a prom party Oil the basis of the ruins laid Grade cattle at foot, sired by pure man, and should state whether he desires .Jewel Lastitiger arid the honor, Ma. ..
lodged in a hotel as a guest. complimentary to the Epworth down by the college extension departments bred bull any breed, calf not under 0 form for making a true extractof ale! Living ton.

Chief Special Agent E. B. Harngan League Wednesday evening' on the for 1920, and the work of the months of age first. $20; second $10. his original/ discharge certificate or A pleasing incident of the occasloi

said Holder broke down Saturday afternoon church lawn. The young people spent competing members must reach the Load of steers from open' range 15 discharge order. In case the original.: was the presentation of a beautifully

and made a complete confession an enjoyable evening' and Miss Diggs states lub leader at Gainesville not or more, in condition for beef from discharge certificate or discharge order decorated bride's cake this heinic

that the robbery had been plan- proved herself a delightful entertainer. later than November IS, 1920. native cow and pure bred bull any Is submitted with the application, nude a "real ceremony" while the

ned and that he was a part,' to it. Delicious ice tea and sandwiches Th" purpose of these prizes Is to breed first $50; second $25 a true extract is not required. All wedding: march was played Miss Loi
Immediately following special atr.>nts were served at the close of the even stimulate the interest of the farm Best aged herd any breed, purebred applications will be received. subject Lesley presiding at the piano. &,.'

made a dash to arrest Dukes and were boys and girls In live stock production -I beef cattle, 1 bull 2 years or to verification and approval. Every: A feature of this delightful! p+if (.

clever enough to land him. ing.The Epworth League ii a popular and to broaden their knowledgeof over; 1 ..ow. 3 year or over; 1 heifer care will be exercised to promptly return was the happy thought that prom h .

Dukes was taken to the room in the organization of young people and hag farm animals by giving them opportunity 2 years and under 3; 1 heifer 1 all original discharge. certificatesand several at the young ladies, present t'>

hotel occupied by Holder and was as its president Wilbur Scott, who is for study at the very greatest and under 2; 1 heifer under 1 year orders! to their owners. select this time to 'iprcsrnt a lovely 1'.1' k

placed in the room. The agents state an enthusiastic leader along all lines live stock show in the world. first $25; second $10; third. $5. . glass Ice tea lI"t. which was Intended.!
they heard Dukes say to Holder: "You of League' work. The weekly !social! Cattle and hog production will be The prize money for hogs is largely "(.OOn FA HUBS" to convey their loving esteem In u

squealed on me and if I had anythingto during the summer months has provo decidedly encouraged by the special distributed to market animals $25 The Sunday Times-Union had a picture gift to use In her now home.
do it with I would kill you. We ed to be a most enjoyable diversionfor prize money offered by Armour & Co. being given for the grand champion of the fairy car which won th' .- _. .-

had just as well give them back the the young people. at the Florida State Fair and Expo' boar pure bred but open to all breplII.'Thr..e first prize In its class in Starke July Dr. A. II. Freeman has returned!
money.. -- ----.- ..-.-| j.-- sition this coming; fall. $400 in prizesis prizes of $20, $10 and $5 beIng 5th. The "legend' under tho picture home from New York City, where he

Accordingly Dukes is said to have Charles L. McKmncy underwent an offered, $::1115 of this being appliedto offered for the best pen of three is as follows: has spent the punt nine months studying \

told the agents where they could find operation for appendicitis at the St. cattle and $95 to hogs. The cattle senior barrow. farrowed between September The car was decorated to representa the diseases of tho eye, car .

over $6,000 in green and yellow backs. Luke's hospital Jacksonville on the prize money is distributed as follows 1 and March 1, and pen of fairy scene. Miss Florence Matthew nose and throat at the New York PostGraduate

The money was found in a room occur 7th inst., and is now slowly recovering : three junior barrows farrowed since Is at the steering wheel of the Medical: School. At the beginning
pi1 by Dukes during his stay in this from the operation. Thin young Grand champion bf.'l'f'bull, any :March 1. The latter two classes are I little Overland Four Miss Huth DIRKS: of the World War, Dr. Freeman -

; city Not a penny of the amount nam- man will be remembered! by the readers breed, pureb red, $50. open to all breeds. grades or crossbreeds Is. at her right and the fairies on the volunteered for modical serviceIn

:d by Dukes was missing. The money for his faithfulness to his aunt, a Grade fed steer yearling, any breed j rear Meat from left to right are Hilda the army was made! captain and i

walt fully recovered Sunday night. Mrs. Murrhee during her years of first, $10; second $5. The purpose of these 'prizes ia to Lewis, Jeannotte Matthew and spent three ;years working very strenuously i 1

No other arrests are expected, and affliction and death, which occurred 15 grade fed steers, ;yearling, any encourage live stock production in order Ella Mae Long As in earnest that for his country. Ills many ,;+

I the agent who have so successfully sore r twelve months ago. breed, first. $25; second, $16. that Florida agriculture will become ,hey are good fairies the young Indies/ friends in Starke and throughout, the

handled the. case are highly elated i- Grade fed heifer: any breed yearling, more diversified and on such a have resolved to send the prize money county are glad to know that he has ..

i Holder and Dukes will be held for a iI i moved from the city to the county Jail first. $10: second $5. permanent basis that each branch of I ten dollars to the Children's Home returned home At present Dr. Freeman '

i Preliminary hearing and may be re- j i during! today. I lr (grade fed heifers yearling, any agriculture shall flourish Society. I Is taking a much needed: rust.I' li


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and Mrs. G. D. Faircloth. ter, Wilma. are spending this week ini i they find it impossible which to chooseLet's I --

.r I'" S. S. Proctor spent Tuesday .n RaI- i Jacksonville. consider the result of removing
IJL -- ...1gt ford. E. Sheffield baa opened up a fish 1 the county agent In this event
A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday in market in the Hagan buDding on Main
% Gainesville i street. He keeps the town well supplied In only one branch of his service;
i\ County News Items )fro and Mrs. E. Poppell and children ] with ftih. I probably less important than many

of Starke, were guests ft Mr. Mrs. C. P. Sasser and little daughter others, viz: the vaccination of hog: pDI
= and Mrs. H. Tomlinson Sunday. Clara May, returned to their i as a prevention of loss by cholera.
blwr..t1nI Facts Gathered Dunne the Week by Our Dr. J. M. Mann made a professions] 1 home in Valdosta this week, after a'I' The amount saved the farmer on his 'I I 1 .r G
visit to Five Mile Monday short visit with friends and relaticel'
Regular Correspondent evening. i tax sheet, he will pay otherwise. Ei-
.. ': Mr. and Mr Enoch Dyal and thi-!
1 bere.Dr. ther he will pay it several times over'
I. I dren moved Tuesday to South Florida, and Mrs. Hunter left :Mondayfor for a veterinary to do this work at an You Can't Drive
F :+ J having given up his work with J. W. ; Atlanta where they will make a almost prohibitive price which the I* a
Townsend. visit with friends and relatives I
1"i TIIERESSA I j has an interest in the cross tie business :ten day county agent makes no charge for be-
j here, has purchased a large Mesdsmes H. L. Sprinkle, Roger yond the cost of the serum and virus I* Nail With an Apple
Collins, Spearman, Parnell and Hen- E. E. Hardin spent the weekendin
La. will with dead hogs. ,
l'' Thercssa, July Nt-) n. T. F. Bethlehem truck for the hauling of used or, pay
4derson motored to Starke Tuesday. Jacksonville where he was I
)i, Bryan and children hare returned to ties. This truck will carry a large Space forbids an extensive consideration
. p Toni Chastain motored to Worthington of his son, Brodus, Hardin. qp'oor printingon
f their home at Dunnellon, after several number of ties and several loads enl guest of the value of a county agent
afternoon.R left this week for
be made the which will Miss Ethel Hunt ,Give this matter a little real hard consideration -;
++ day v sit here with her parents doting day, poor paper never
B. Strickland
returned hit where she will spend several -
be of assistance to the to Valdosta, i { and, If you want county ;
)Ir. and Mr*. T. B. Triest.J. great owners.M.S. paid Get
home in Palatka Monday after a weeks with her sister, Mrs. C. P. make want. anybody.
I J. P. Padgett visited relative agent, get busy and your ;
V. Jones, of Hampton, made a at Waldo few days ago. pleasant visit with friends and rela Sasser.Dr. I known, plainly and quickly, and often,: work that is good
business trip to our little town Satur. tives. Starke attending -
i Middleton. of was
r j if needful, to your commissioner. You enough to bring you
day.Kyle I Theressa is a little town, 1 Mrs. C, A. Savage ii convalescent to professional business in | j have short time.: The final decision .;
King of Lake Pork, Ga.. !. If you were to see it, no doubt you after several day lime... Hampton this week. only will a be made August 2nd. It's good results.
pending a few day here with relative would frown; Ellsworth Harper of Sanford. i i.I i. The election of city officer wa Use
*. But if it keep on raining, visiting his mother Mrs. J. E. Har held in Hampton Tuesday. up to you.Yours for real Cj J an economical -
Mil We will have to to draining, economy I such
Estelle Woodard returned Fri go per,'thil week. paper as
day morning from Starke, after several Or learn bow to swim and float, 1 1Mi'll. Guy has returned to her homein LOXG POND R. D. BOWER.
day visit with friends and rela Or either build a little boat. Tarpon Springs after a pleasant NOTICE )-.1 1J xfyt

th'ea.I :Mesn. Cleveland Lee, of Lakeside, visit lI"lthIra.! P. M. Padgett. Long Pond July 16.-Tom Andrews Ii1c
+ John Hall visited relative at Wal M. J. Batten motored to Hampton Mrs. D. W. his brother
I and forum is recovering of Lake Butler, visited The registration looks of the town. and come to an economical
+, i do Friday and Saturday.S. Monday afternoon.J. from severe attack of mumps. I Joe Andrews, of Olustee, Thursday j of Starke will be for registration printer.That's .
R. Swindel and family spent a P. Padgett was among the visitor Outler Boyd and mother were callers Joe Andrews and son Barney, vis-1 open 10th August
1 of electors from July to j
1 few days last week on Smith lake enjoying to the county seat Monday I to town Saturday. I ited the home of his sister Mrs' John [I 14th, 1920. C. A. FUTCH, us. Quick service -
fishing and bathing.' -----. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams, of Bryant, of Baker county, Saturday.Mr. I Registration Officer, Town of Starke. and good work at
Arthur Bennett was a visitor to FIVE MILE 'New River: motored to Lake Butler'': and Mrs. Louis Waldron, ofi I reasonable prices.
Hampton Saturday. and while here were guests of :'11'. and Lulu, are visiting relative and
T. B. Triest has loaded and sent Five Mile. July 16.-Notwithstanding Mrs. Willie Williams. I< in this section. frlend'i Greeks Made Use of Tin. UII. MOP Printed
his thbird car of watermelons. off. the inclemency of the weather, Willard Parker of New River, spent Fred Andrews and Alton The Greeks In the Homeric times i Ask Us
1 R. }I. King was looking after busi- I relative and friend of Mr*. B. L.. the week-end with his family. motored to Olustee Sunday afternoon. were familiar with the metal tin. Copper I -
nee sihterests in Palatka during the Duke gathered at her home July 9th i Tom and Math Dukes were bud Fred Hurst and wife visited the tjn and poMwere used hy lie-
week-end. and gave her a surprise birthday din i net visitors to Lake Butler Friday. home of John Denmark Saturday and ,pbaestns In welding' the famous shield -
D. D. Woodard, of Starke, made a ner. Five children five grandchildrenand 11 I Mrs. Moore and son. of Waycross, Sunday. I!of Achilles. Treaty layers of tin were
business trip here Friday. two sons-in-law were present, besides ,1 Ga. spent Friday with her parents, Johnnie Hurst attended church at I In the cuirass of Agamemnon. No aliltmloa Optimistic Thought
Kyle King was a visitor to Palatka the friends. At a late hour the Mr. and Mrs. Trader. South PronaSunday.. I' to tin Ii found In the "Odys- It costs more to revenge Injuries
Saturday. departing guests wished her many I Rev. proctor- Ailed his appointmentat Louis Dobson of Olustee visited saT" than It doss to bear then.iajciaaajij.
i' Miss Eloise Ows'.ey: and brother, happy returns of the day Brandy Branch Saturday and Sun friends in this section Sunday after- ,
Charlie, spent several 'day recently C. A. Thomas, of Plant City, visited day.Mrs. noon. '
+ t at Palatka with relative and while relatives and friend here last week,I W. C. Armstrong Is attending Raishie Cobb, of Sanderson and,
away visited other point in SouthFloria. returning Sunday. the assembly In ,DeLand this wek. i I Miss Ethel Denmark, of this section,I j
;! I I j Mrs. B. J. Thomas is suffering witha Mrs. Norris, of LaCrosse, was were quietly married Saturday. ,; [
I Mr*. J. E. Phillip and children broken arm. I guest of Misses Crystal and Laurel Dennis Findley, of Olustee visited)
have returned homd from Green Cove G. W. Johnson came up from Rod Armstrong last week. the home of Mr. and Mn. N. H. Hurst I,
.It Spring after a few days visit with I' man and spent a few days with home Mrs. Hutchinson and granddaughter !: Sunday afternoon.Joe .
,' I relative. folks.B. 'I spent the week-end with Mr. and Andrews made a business trip I
'i Miss Eitelle Woodard wa a visitor F. Gainey's new house is nearing Mrs. D. W. Borum. to Lake Butler Monday.
: to Hampton Saturday. : completion. / Mrs. P. P .Dekle and ion, Julian, of Willie Bryan is on the sick list this 2
I r \ William Hall, of Waldo, spent Sun : Tom Thomas and family, and Alfred Five Mile spent Saturday with Mrs.S. week. ,
+I day here with his parent, Mr. and Thomas were guests of Mr. and S. Proctor :' Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Driggers motored
'I' r Mrs. M. Hall.T. I Mrs..B. J. Thomas Sunday. C. A. Savage, of Dukes, spent Sun- to Lake Butler Monday morn- Small size Michelins are made of the
\ ,'I I, B. Trieit and ion. James, were Misses Delle and Mae Duke have day at home. .' same quality materials, by the same
R' a J 1! .amndg _the_ -visitor. to.,Hampton Sat- I returned from a visit with relatives at Mr. Howard Is visiting his daughter ing.Mr.. and Mrs. N. T. Powell visited careful workaaen. in the game modern
: I' ard1y; ,! Raiford. !Mrs. Harry Long of Five Mite. his brother, Dallas? of Lake Butler factory that have made Michelin
: Mrs. E. A. Gaines and little son. of.- Mrs. Annie Vann and children, of after a week's visit with Mrs. J. M.' Saturday and Sunday. ; Ring.haped Tube and other Michelin -
il\ Tampa, are visiting her deter, Mrs. I',Vero, are spending a while with their Mann. i(: Mr. and Mrs. Shep Mike], of Lake products famoull.SMITH'S .
1 I;: r, Cleveland Sullivan aunt Mrs. D. I. Blume. Rev. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington -1 City visited the home of her parents, I
I lot't' Mr. and oIra. Ed Sullivan of Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Julian, warn greeting friend in Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs Jesse Dowling Sunday !
k\ Starke, have moved to our town. We : were shopping in Lake Butler Satur- Saturday afternoon. John Shaw, of Guilford, passed
I } welcome them to our section. ': day. Mrs. O. M. Kelly and daughters of through this section Monday after. r
'.: S. II. Woodard an employe of the Miss Hattie Dukes has returned Bartow, are guests of. Mr. and Mrs. noon. .
1\ ,:, Osreola Cypress Co., at Bridgend from a visit to Hainc iworth.l F. P. Odom. Tom Andrew and Budd Varnes of
t. spent Sunday here with his family. l Math Dukes was a business visitor Miss Ruby Douglass is a visitor at Lake Butler, made a business trip to
D. W. Moore and Bill Gnann were to Lake Butler Friday. the home of Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Alderman our section Monday.
: visitors to Starke Saturday i I B. J. Thomas was in Starke on busl. Willie Bryan, of Baker county, vie r
Mr. and Mr. H. S. Roebuck and ness one day last week. Carl Alderman visited his parents> ited relatives in High Springs last GARAGE
children, of Brnoklyn, ipent Sunday Tom Hendricks has sold his crop to this week. week. I
r here with homefolks. n. J. Thomas and will soon move to Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Townsend entertained I(, : f Starke, Fla.
Mr. and 1\In. Lawton Baylor, of Wauchula.Mr. a number of their friends at a EXPENSIVE ECONOMY
Brooklyn, motored through here Saturday and Mrs. James Parrish visited dance Tuesday evening. : .- 1
enroute to Hampton relatives near Brooker last week. Lester Pinholster, of Brooker, wa*i Farmers of Bradford county, it's up
Dr. Fortner of Melrose, was in town Mr. and Mss Claud Renfroe and a business visitor to Lake Butler last to you.
Sunday morning little daughter visited her parents, week. When the national government, in I
A party of folk from Watertownare Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish last week. Mrs. A. S. Hudson and granddaughter a critical period, needed special con-
camping on Crystal lake, enjoy. Mrs. Russell Parrish spent last week Gussie! Mae Bennett, of Starke, federation at the hand of well organized -
ing boating and fishing. with her parents, )fro end' Mrs. Tom spent the week-end here with Mrs. railroad interests they found it The Bank With The BackingThis
l I Bill Gnann was a visitor to Tampa Waters. D. W. Borum. policy to make very attractive induce-
a day or two last week. M. M. Hale was a business visitor Dr. Lee, Hal Maines, H. L. Fowler ments to that body in the form of
Min Pearl Cason has returned to here Monday. and other were among the fishermen i profit guarantees, etc. When they had
i' her home at Melrose after a week's,, Mesdames Blume and Varnes, Mlss- leaving for Lake Geneva Monday. to have the co-operation of unionized
4 t visit here at the home of Mr. and i es Josephine flume Lizzie and Hala Mrs. Pogue, of Thomasvllle, and I labor they gave an almost unprecedented institution is a link in the largest and healthiest
; Mrs. D. W. Moore. j i I Vann were guests of Mrs. Dekle ..ndauahter son, David, of Columbus, Ohio arrived return in the form of repre- -
Rev J B. Crews 1 chain of banks in the world.
of New River
Sunday. here Wednesday and are'guests ofDr sentation in the Allied Councils.
preached at the Christian church Sun.' Messrs. W. C. Townsend, J. C. and Mrs W. H. Lee. Now, the nation needs emergency
day morning and evening. j Priester and Shaller were fishing at --- ---. 1 help from the farmer, who is more or THIS CHAINOF BANKS HAS A "DEPOSITORS -
; Miss Stella Cloversettle, of Grandin Dekle's mill Thursday
JIAMPTONHampton less unorganized. Is he offered
d I* spending few days here with her any GUARANTEE FUND" IN WHICH THE
special inducement or considerationto
parents, Mr and Mr*. Fred Clover- LAKE BUTLER July Ifi._Rev. :MullaJy! impel him to raise more food for a DEPOSITS 4 IN THIS BANK ARE INSURED
nettle. was called to Key West Tuesday and I hungry nation and starving millions :r AGAINST LOSS FROM ANY CAUSE.
Measri. Cleveland and Jake Lee, accompanied Lake Butler, July 16.-The' Bradford will spend the remainder of the week. I| abroad! You "may find your answer
( by the Misses Collin., of I all star basket ball team defeated Marion Sullivan and family, of The-| in the fact that the national agricultural We
; Lake Side, attended' services here on |i Pinellas county all star team in an In. ressa, were guests of his mother Mrs ,I appropriation has been cut $8J ,- pay five per cent per annum interest com-
Sunday. I teresting me at the University gym Josephine Sullivan Sunday. J 000,000 and an echo in your home pounded quarterly, on Time'and Saving Deposits.
, I + The G. S. sit F. bridge gang Is stationed Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Wynn, of county is the contemplation of the en-

I here for a few days and ares Maurice Langford, of Lake Butler, Sampson City, were shopping In town> ;i tire removal from the new budget of This is a time when double' precaution should
'' doing some much needed work on the was the shining star for Bradford Tuesday the appropriation for the farmers'
j i be taken. We
: bridges caging the ball for 7 of Bradford's 9 I Mr. and Mn. C. A. Bishop, who i !I service. solicit your business upon the
Several people from Brooklyn attended points, while Johnson accounted for 4'I have been residing on a large farm i i Don't blame your commissioner if strength of our inatitution, and the strength af-
\ church here Sunday among of the 8 points made by Pinellas. I east of town left the first of the week: this happens and you are later dissat- forded by its connection. .
,, them being Mr. and Mr. Lawton Bay Bradford Pmellai ;i for South Hill : I'
Va They leave a host; ) isfied. He is doing his level best for
, i lor, daughter, Ella, and deter MissViola Maxwell 0 R. F. Johnson 4 of friend here Who wish them much i :, the protection of your interests. But
h" Baylor. Langford 7 L. F. Taylor 2 : happiness and prosperity. i' the limit of his power to assess for
Mrs. W. A. Jones was a visitor to Shrouse 2 C Hate 21 i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bridges, of' < agricultural purposes is one-half mill.
t Hampton last week. Brown 0 R. G. Camel 01 I Hampton, returned to their home In i I That amount will be insufficient to'I' LAKE BUTLER BANKState
1.1, ; Mrs S. B.'" Woodard and son, Sam- Lee L. G. Lewis 0 Jacksonville carry out all of the seemingly neces-i
ueli, were business visitor in the Mr and Mrs. Mitch Markee are; Mr. Harrison and family of Stuart; I''sary, plans. Some want the fair ap-j
1 '' county metropolis Monday. I I much improved after a short illness returned to their home Monday, after propriations, some the home demonstration -! County, District and City Depository
w J. V. Jones, of Hampton, attended I Miss Edna Faircloth returned to week' '
" g visit with friends and relatives and some the county agent LAKE BUTLER FLA.
.f! church here Sunday night. I Jacksonville Tuesday morning after a here. The commissioners are cutting the' ,
'I i;: '. J. L. King, of Lake Park, Ga., who pleasant. visit with her parenti. Mr. Mrs. W B. Alexander and daugh whole appropriation simply because'!' ,

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1,1, Mrs. H. S. Warren spent Thursday ---
; FOR THREE afternoon and Friday in Starke. She I .
was accompanied by her little son, ,- .

MONTHS HE Myers.Mrs. Nellie Onteen. and daughter, to

Louise, of Plant City, are here on a
visit with relatives.
:Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, of b' l
Pine Hill, were in town Saturday af

f i, K OX 1IIK-JOII AM: MAKING ,' ternoon.Mis. Mott, of Hague, pent the 4.t'' /' ., rrw.i.r

MOUi: IIETn: \S E% ERIN i t, weekend here with relatives. ,4.Clt .
ins i.iri nn SAYS Eustil Kelly, of New River, was In
town Saturday. s'r lass

"For the first time in fifteen yearnI l'' Mrs p. M Barefoot and daughter, n UtM r rr
''Inez in Alachua.Ca hvt
spent Wednesday
can Hit down and eat a big beefsteak
supper and go to bed afterwards |>t. S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was
i and deep like a lug all nightlong in town Friday afternoon. 1
," said George: Sanderson" a well R. A. Weeks was in Starke Monday.
known miner living at 1C1G Smith logan Nabb, of Sampson, was in
St., Peoria 111. I our town Saturday
"This Tanlac has overcome a bad Mr. Shackleford, of Lake City, was
case of stomach trouble and iheuma- attending to business in town Friday.Mr. .
i tism for me," he continued. "My lejrs I : and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, Jr., of
ached and pained no bad I coulJ ', Alachuu, were,in town Thursday afternoon -
sleep at night; and my hand, were no and while here Mr. Andreu /
drawn T couldn't use my pick half uttered the misfortune of breaking How man miles
the time. Everything I ate bloated) his arm while trying to crank his !
me up with gas for/hours afterward Ford.
and I would have the worst cramp* in I Has Lubedia Pinholater, who has
I my stomach you ever heard. of. At been spending several weeks in
I .i times a cramping: spell would hit mo Gainesville' with relatives, returned to did march the
I when I wan in the mine at work andI her home Thursday' P iou
would have to run out and lie down Mr, and Mrs. M. P. Matheny and #
until it punned ofT. I finally got in sons, Emery and Otho, and Candell rt
7 f BUI'll bud khapc I had to quit my job ilatheny, of Madison, spent last week / I
and for three months I wan not able veiling relatives at different pointsIn 'h summer Cleveland
to hit a lick of WOI k. South Florida. _

"I saw in the paper where Tanlnc Or. A t:. Russell was in the Pine
had relieved our state mine Inspec Hill section Thursday afternoon.
't tor of troubles just like mine, an I decided Eunice Hazen, of Gainesville, spent I
to try it, too, and sir, it was the week-end, here with her parents, Omo was nominated
aimply amazing the way Tanlac put Mr. and| Mrs D. W. Ilazen.
me on my feet. I haven't a trace of G. W. Hazen was in Starke Tuesday .
rheumatism or stomach trouble now afternoon.
and actually believe I am stronger lie Belle Crohby spent Tuesday in '-"" '" .'
than I ever was In my life. You Starke.Mr. .
i would think so, too, if you could seethe Maines, of the Mounteocha sec. .
I y tons of coal I pile up every day tion, was in town Wednesday. the time He needs it more than
-and I am making more money than Lucian Hazen, of Gainesville, spent REMEMBER
I ever did. Tanlac is certainly a real the weekend here with his parents. / anyone else. It's part of our I
f J1JH medicine and I boost It every chance Willie Connelly, of Cooter Pond, ,
llr 1 have." was in town Tuesday. parade: was organized? Even job as we view it, to ses I

J if Tanlac Is sold in Starke by F. L. Ardell Crosby, of Starke, passed he it.
ti Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug through our town Wednesday ; the good old torchlight prothat gets .
Co.; in Lake Duller by TomlinsonMftines Mrs. Murphy Price spent last week
had I
Drug Co., and in Worthing' with her parents at White Springs. cession to give way Our tire service S I't:1; : : 1

ton by R. T. Taylor.-Adv.Itrooker Robert Price, of Starke spent last before the advance of proggood tires-U. S. Tires. :ill I
week here at the home of his brother,
ii" 'f. BROOK ER Murphy Price. ress. sizes made to a single .; .:nd- I

i,\,. July-1(1.-Mr*. Iva Sprinkle Monday Mrs R.. night A. Weeks drinking was tea,poisoned but is S.lect your // ard of quality-none grad I

I" and son, of Lake Butler, were In improving at this writing. cording to the toad of the .. I
Tires are often sold the down to the price c. ;
1.4 town Wednesday .. W Pinholster motored to Worth they have to travel: !
I Alachua.L.II. C..Surrency spent Thursday In'IIi ington Tuesday afternoon Ineandyorhillycoun same way politics are. they will go on. I
L. C. Hazen, who spent last weekin
wherever the going
I I t i:.( part. of Morgan'last week and Curtis in Plant Melvin City.spent Sarasota, returned home Saturday try la apt to be heavy-The The last people to wake U. S. perfected::: the first: j I
U. D. Johns of New
was in
i ;' E. L. Crosby was in Starke first of town Saturday aftemoon.Llo'd U. S. Nobby. up to what they are getting straightsideautomobietireFor
i'1 the week. Johns and of New ordinary country I
sons River
Ii Iii'11' 'I_ were in town Saturday. I'Dada-The U. S. Chain are the people who pay thethe first pneumatic truck

,'I f i' no ri P. M. Barefoot was in Starke Sat. or Us co. bills. tire.
urday For front whcela-

,))1-\I j tt << last Virginia wpek.Mrs. Weeks was on the sick list The U. S. Plain. The bills are getting toobig The U. S. guarantee is Tor'

For best retult.everywhereu.
\ Tyler, who has been visiting S. these days in both cases. the life of the tire, and nr.!-.
Jrt' I
In Starke returned home Saturday ac. I
comp\imed by her father. Royal Cords And the man who is feeling for a limited .
t'i A, E. Surrency, of Pine Hill, was In
l i i) town Saturday afternoon it most with respect to tires

J. E. demons and son, Alvin were who
is the man owns a
ft f In town Saturday. When we and I
t o; Mm. Nipper and baby of
tI Newberry moderate-price car.
: spent last weekend here. sell U. S. Tires we do so in

r' Mr. Shaw, of Cooter Pond, wa in ROVALmR-JQlBY-awN'USW'pAJ1l! Ill the interest:::: ; of greater tire I
town Wednesday,
f: Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Malphurs, of The idea that the small car economy. It is our experi- I
," Bland, spent Sunday here with D. 1\[.
I. !Malphurs. owner doesn't need a good ence that that is the best:
'f/ l
In Lot-cue Situ'ke and Monday Ella afternoon.L. Mae Hazen. were tire is rapidly going the way way to build up a sound and i

j 11! A. Brown and Fred Hazen were of all mistaken ideas. sizable business.
attending to business in Starke Sat.
,.{ urday afternoon.Rev I
.1.1f4 i Ridenour, of Gainesville, filled .
his regular appointment here Sunday .

[}, at the Missionary Baptist church United States Tires ;
, G. r. Hodges, of Jacksonville, was
town Monday afternoon.
'I ASK any boy what !>. Chester Andreu, of New River was ,4.I
t .l"1.. thinks of Ward' in town Thursday afternoon.
{, Orange-Ctuala and Lemon* .J. C. Cone spent Thursday in Law .I 1
t. ; Cru.h-then. watch hU enprcislve tey I FORD GARAGE STARKE SERVICE GARAGE WALDO '
widening: griallie' I G. W Carefoot and son, of Worthington ,
f wise to their
tlcUcloimnei I passed through: town Monday Maceo Hicks Proprietor : t
W. H. Andreu, of New River, was ,
r The .actualv.Ward proctM COM. in town Monday "
.f' tilnM......hlv..I.rhe.4ant..... orange oil Pn..d or Irmun.n' from. L. F Johns spent Monday in Starke --
with t*..f......anU cl'ric Bdii (titnuunl Mcinrg. t
Murphy and Robert Price 1
.p Mill of cilnu trulu
spent; Sunday in Stark. I _._ "
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Mr. Smith and Miss Willie Mae
Nabb, of Sampson, were visitors to -
t I t Itrooker Sunday afternoon.U. Starke. I lie U now stationed at Hampton SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES=" Trustees, J. H. Moore, J. B. Rowe, W
II. Johns and D. W Kelly, of We had a big: rain and severe wind Roads, Va. H. Edwards; three mills assessed. ;

1 New River! were in town Monday af storm Saturday afternoon, several Perla Whitten returned home Sat- Board met in regular session July 'The board adjourned to meet first
ternoon.J. trees being blown down, but one Monday in
no urday afternoon after visiting in various 6th, with all members present. August.
E. demons, who was injured.
spent last weekin parts of Georgia. Minutes of last meeting read and i
South) Florida was in our town Katy Lou Denmark, of Georgia, is approved as read. ; Urwvwe 1*.tel<>A4 cbU11'OIIIt:: 6
Monday en route to his home RFAIFOItD
the guest of Perla Whitten.. I restores vitality mat....
Otis Barry, of Bradford, was in Upon motion the following: were ana eaargy hy parifytat
I town Monday morning Mrs Elsie Lee Whitten and chil declared the trustees of Special Tax: 'I richln*the blood. You can woo reel Ira 8treo&.a
Raiford, July 16.-Mrs. C. J. Jones nlng. lavltforatlail\ CITxct.
I Meisrs. Herring and Jones, of Lake was visitor to Jacksonville duringthe dn'n, of Georgia, are the guests of District No.4: Obey Moody, S, C. : eta
City, were attending to business in week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Whitten. Crews and J. B. Crews; 3 mills assessed -
town Friday. Evelyn Luck, of Green Cove, is visiting ,.
Mrs. Dorothy Schelly, of Jacksonville ASPIRINName
E. J. Ward and E. T. Stewart and was the guest of Helen Nauright here this week. Upon request it was decided by the i-
I.. W Sowell spent Sunday here with Thursday, \ -- --- ; board to make a trip of inspection on
their families. CROSBLAKE the following named schools ,
: Long
Mr. and Mrs.
Ols W. II. Andrews, John
Mr. A. J. Sowell 1 I. spending thisweek and Arthur Andrews, Sadie Simmons Crosby Lake, July 16.-Mr. and Bridge, Midway, New Zion. I! "Bayer" on Genuine"Bayer !
with her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Mr. Moved and carried that the secre- i I
and Mrs. Sinclair Bryan, Alma Mrs. J. C. McRae, of the Boatdrain
y Nipper, of Newberry. Alvarez Ruth Bryan Luc lie Alvarez, section, are visiting at the home of H. tary take up the matter of deed withJ.
1I1tana: Andreu. who has been Mrs, Browning, Eunice Browningwere M. McRae 1'. Coffin for Dowling school site.
attending school at New River, re.turned visitors to lake Sun- I Upon motion Charlie
homo :Monday.S Kingiley Prayer meeting was well attended Kelley was \
Sunday ordered commissioned trustee ofZitI'
night. as
V. Andreu motored to New Rive day.Mrs.
MondayMr: l Iva Sprinkle and Misses Elsie Mrs. C. II. Neal returned to her Special Tax District, to fill unex-
I B. Gillespie and Delta Armstrong, of pired term.
home at Gainesville after
and Mrs. I. L. Eubnnks and yesterday,
'il children, of Lake City, spent Saturda Lake Butler were in town Thursday spending several days here with the Moved and carried that P. M. Pad y Q
and Sunday here at the homo of the afternoon. I family of J. L. Underbill.How gett be empowered by the board to
I tatter's lIurf'ntIr.: and Mrs. E. L Alphonao Jones has returned home let! the contract for the needed repairs -
Crosby from Pennsylvania, where he was stationed 1 I Cleared. the Mill of Rate," ByJ. to Midway school house. ,
Mr. and Mrs Floyd Pierce and chl while in the army.R Tucker. R. I. The salary of principal of Brooker Tablet ,of Aspirin" U genuine
dren of Lulu, spent the week-etu A. Greene, of Starke, was a visitor "As night watchman believe I have school was fixed at $125 a month Aspirin proved safe by million
here with relatives I over here Thursday evening. seen more rats than any man. Dogs: Moved and carried that the secre- and prescribed by physicians for u '1
I Pnouwlb. Onnn'Cnuh Co,Chic ass Mrs. Alvin :McKinney, of Graham, Misses Bertha Dowlmg and Heulah''I,,, wouldn't dare go: near them. Got $1 tary take up the matter of line pupiU ken twenty years. Accept only an unbro
was In town Monday morning enrout I Mann were shopping In Starke Thurs pkg of RAT-SNAP, inside of A weeks with Supt. E. S. Simmons, of Alachua "Bayer package" which contain
sta.or r-1I..t. 7M SrorvnlOtvnM...... to Pine Hill, where she will visit her day.Mrs. |: cleared them all out Killed them by county. Toothache proper directions to relieve Headache
.110I LmwndrwA'' parents, Mr and :Mrs G. W. Hazeu.Mr J. H Denmark and children i the i score every night. Guess the rest I The secretary was asked to order an Earache, Neuralgia, Rheas
Bottled in Starke by \ *. Charles. Litchfield, of Clay no, Seeber and Mildred of St. Augustine, were scared away. Ill never be with. election for Special Tax District No. boxes matism of Colds and Pain. Handy u
was In town Monday are the guests of 1\{r. and Mrs. W. M., I out RAT-SNAP. Three sizes, 25c, 18 Brooker. 12 tablets cost few centsDruggists
' Coca Cola Bottling Co. The many friends" of :Mrs Murphy I Whitten. I 60c, $1. Sold and guaranteed by De. The returns from the election held I, ." also sell larger "Bayeipackages.
mark ,
Price are sorry to learn of her illnessat Edward Hunter, of the United I I Witt C. iones and :Mitchell' DrugStore in Special Tax District No. 23 were Bayer Aspirin is trade .
_STARKE, FLA. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Price, of States Navy, is home on a furlough. canvassed with the following result: I of Manufacture Salicylicacid.-Monoaceticacides.Ur Adv.' tq_


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FRIDAY. JULY 16. 1920.

y/wrrleu.n. Sac Tp. L Acre N... 4
Fr.. T.NI' .
a NI4t 4d NWV4 of SE14 1 ecrlalin Sec. Ta. L Arne N-. F8.. To IU8EI.-KKEMENTS FOR ORE SIX MONTHS
8W" 211 4 11 BPD W. B. 11. ea ** A oat of Loaf| 11 4.. Laal .f CrtMlnal I'reeerattan.
8W" of -- ------- Croft .---_1400 1900fE4 Ifernriff
af 8W'4 i Sw'4 01 SE"A IS 4t N44 of t.ltt"iii; T 120 707 A. I! Fletcher _...6100 70.0 and oeputie. rust liill in criminal caaca ....-.. 11611.82

ri",_ of 6EV4 ---- --------- 211 4 11 160 A. B. Fletcher _..__1100 le0oLoy 68. of Lot 1 4t Cltrk circuit court do. ___ _. _____._.___-.....___ 1M.6tlCounty
I t *. NW* of NB'' 80 4 111 ICO A. B. Fletcher --____1860 1800 Cor by of Lot 2-1172 fl N A 8 judiir do ..______.___._,...____?__ 48.15MltntM
Of NEV.: *. Lot 1 or ,NH 419ftEk W a1Ootin free _. __________._n .______...____ S70.6VShenlf Jf
Nty or1W'4 ------.------.--- 81 4 11 160 W. 8. Croft _____ 480 BODII KE Cor of Lot 11-(T? ft N a commlwlun' on tine, etc, collected -__.__ 56.K) '1

af NE\4 k N", of BE" k. Sby129ftEa W aN177 reedlnii prleonera' .......______.-.___?___.._. 6. .1I .:
't of II 1 2 ---.-----. BI 4 1t 1180 A. B FM h .r -._____1720 IBeoNW' W ft' offLot t2 .. ..... T I SO *a M. L Addl.on ...____ 860 4(0WH I'ay ot Juror In erimmalcaawevuny and Jualac. vtIwace 1

of Nw14 .- ------------ 82 4 18 40 W, 8. Croft ._____._ 120 1100 k v k NWH of85.44. ctiurta .. _,.,_?.,_-_???.-_.,-..-.-..--.-- *H.OO
F.', .f 8N k. BW ELy *' *W" SW\4 ofEI'IE Conuniiencie* .. .. .---?-...-.-- T.--L -r.1rr Ut.M I.OD8.00
NEd NWVi of 8WV. *. FF\ -- -. -- __u_____ I I 10 240 A. B. Fletcher ........1600 (400 '
l? of PF**. -- ------ 82 4 18 440 A. B. Fletcher ....-.8800 UOO of : ,- __00_______ N i to no J. 1. Varne. ___ 820 40(1 Net balance March 81. 1840!! ____....__.___.__ a..761.6> ./
} of fiw *. -- _________._ II 4 11 60 F. M. IV.rce __ 1.0 800 Wl' of NE.:' k E4y 01 NW\4 9 8 SO 180 H. 0 Varne* ___._ 600 POO ,
Ny' -' NEW rr -- .--------- :1 4 111 M> A. B. lletcherHO ____ 600 BOO of tlw 9 I SOI ft A. K Fletcher _... 600 11011(' llatancea' Much '1. IMiOi
Spi" of NW% i NEV4of II BWVi\ of NF4. ft"SEM I! ;>f NWvI t>cri.|> oertlfled and not presented. ._____.? 80.40 ;

544 __ __ ---.--------- a4 4 1. J. C. Pearce ____ 8&0 100Nw14 ft E'v of SWH ft: WH of llala>_. ....._n__._______--____..___.________._. J.H16.U" : : ,
or "W\4\ ______ -------.. a6 4 11 40 W. 8. Croft _______ 120 200Pw'4. N1yFE1of _1-4m .- 14 SO 140 J. r. Bryan ______..... aoo 1200 .1'
,. of JoIE\.o' ---------.--- 8& 4 11 40 A. U. Fletcher _____ 81'0 400 l""NH""of"s: IhlHWllory balance March1. 1MI1. ._ ____ "___ _-____ _--..-------.-- 2.I.66.6SROAD !
H of Lot
8ft Lot B ft:
E'". NWIV11SNWT'44 of"BwiJ BH of Lot l> ft NH of Lot 18 FUND
i E'4 of I'IW\4 1 SE'4 _00_ 811 4 11 1\60\ A. B. Fletcher _____8.0 6000 5 71 part, of. Loa 4 ft B equal lVlK llory Ul.nce Oct. 1. 1919 _____._____....?.....?... 1,568.11 I
\ 614 of NE vl Af "__."-,"_. --_-----?_ It I tO 891 A. f. Fletcher: __...24HO 8810 Scrip, ..rtsll.... ___
NEW of NEW 8 ; not l'reeellld .__ u.._...._......_.___..__ H.78 1. 7I1.H8
& II'L ___.._____._..__ 811 4 11 440 A. B. Fletcher. .6800400 L" NH of Lot 9 *: NH of kl
Ely; Ny of NW'4 k BWy4of ------ SEV 10 NE.._ ___ 11 8 (0' J. R. Ch.n...., __ 140 100 Warrant ouulandinii OcU 1. IvlH __?_ ______u.u._-..___..__. 1.10
NW' i N""; 01 ilW;?_. 1 61* 620 A. B. Fletcher _____.000 6200 Ali of kEt4 of FEi4: U I 10 120 T. V. Anil.r.onto ___ 600. 600'

Ny FF.44 -- ---..--.-_.--- I 5 11 4HO A. B. Fletcher ____a600 4200Nu4 road NH. of Lot 6 N of Public I Net balance (let 1.HB1D ___-..._____.__-----._--.__ 1,881.78 .i1
kof NEIo k PW\4 of NEVaE44ofNW14k814of NH of Ln1.1-a?--..- -.- ao I 10 85 Mr.' Iv. T. Sprinkle ? 140 tOO RECEIPTS FOR TUB SIX MONTHSl

Lot 10 ft soy of torn 'la* collector, ,...* _____.___.___r...?-.,?..,...__ 81.47 .
a B 19 840 8 ? .-------....-.-------- 6 < SOto 120 ;J. F. Bennettr.nn.i, KO .00
tvmptrollir. ._ .
A. B. redemption _...... It 15MaVlnit
NW'4 ----- ----! -- Fletcher _:.....156G 8100FF.V BH of Lota. ,_.. .48 +
E H .>f swvi -- ----- 4 B 19 M40 C. C. Doubcrly ___ __1000 1200 8" 10 ex t A In 6E
WH of NW'4 8Wto! B ? Cor .. _00_. ail_Lot' 9 6 711 J. M. Kerce _......... BBO 400 balanee ? _.._.__________..____._-.......... 1,88899
W ------ -.----- 4 6 It 120 A. B. Fletcher ._____. 900 1200 SH." of Lot 2 ft 11------- T 0 20 120 L. G. Rlchardnon( _._.. 400 COO' IIISIU-RSEMKNT8: FOR TUB MX MONTaUl I
E" ofTEIf NW\4 0} NE1 '" or SFVI of NWVi SWVi fcuperiatendenre and HupervUlani

ft EH of NWVi ft 8WV1 of A all SWVi or SEVi 8 of mill I'aid to county eonimuwloner" for rod inDctlpn ........ 20.00
NW/ 4 4> NH! of 8WVS A 8EHof branch n_ __- ...______ II 8 10 too B. J. fIoa" -.._....... COO 1000 tendrurUen and malntenanee read and brld-el

SW'4 ft WH of BEVi ft SE NWV of NW'l ._ ____.... 11 6 10 40 O. W Supp .._......_.. iso tOO Coat of material .' ._____________._________ __ 116KBPaid
V, of REV -... 6 B 19B 480 A. B. Fletcher ___?_8600 4800Nu4 EH of SWVi ft W 17Vi A of W '' for frve labor 0''....1than.Wrd .____.__... OllhH
', of SEM ________ 14 I 20 n ;J. II. 1"1..11 ..._.. 400' POO1ROO
.I Lou 8 1 4 .r N\o! of i -- ? --- I'aymento on account bndiie. built 117 contract .._..___ 1.10000! 1.84974
I"WIoI _u n____ --__- II 19 71 Jamea CI..OIIII. ;Jr. 800 8&0 All SH ot lot 8 W of Long
NWVI of NEVi SE', of NE Branch ft BH of Lota 4 B ft: Net" balance March 81, IvSO .-, -......-- L __ 84.19 "
U, ft NH of SE>4 __ -____00_ II B 19 160KO John D. Pearca _...__ 600 BOO 8* ft all Lot 9 ft NH of Warrant out March 81, Iv.'O ____._._ h _?.-,_..._._._..__. Iw.111
FWVJ of NFVl ft FEVS of NWVi 8PEVj B 19 A. B. Fletcher ...._._ 600 r.00 ft all I.ot" ft NH of Lot 10 18 I 10 MR Mro J. M. Rime. __.__ son
of NWVi SH ---_?____ 7 6 19 860 A. B. Fletcher ...._ 2700 8600 NWV of NEt ft NH of NWVi 28 4 20 120 1. II I'l.piH-ll __________ GOO 600 Ill. .nct.. March 81. 19201Neilp
E". of NWIallWl,4ofN ? WK, of S 814;, _. .... ._.___..._. 82 6 20 HOeO R. II. Green _____,_____ 860 100 certined, not preented . .....................M,* 7.1B 1-

WV, E of Trout creek ........ 0NFV B 19 100 L. M. 1'....... ......--__ 400 600 NWVi of NE, ft NEVi of N Balance In d.7nattury March 81. m'O .-. .....,__,..?.-..-..--.--.. 4584 B8.29OUTSTANDING
: B1* -- _______.________ a 6 19 4HO A. H. Flrtch.r.8200 4800 W\4 __ . _____ ___________ ._ 4 7 20 Edward J. fowli, ______ 850Mm 400
NWV of NEW. ft EH of NW'0 6 19 120 John. Crew ..._..__ 600 600 Fly* .f NF.I. k fIoF.4 of NW INDEHTEDNESS FUND
4 ft EH of
of NEVJ SWVi of NEVi

FH: ft WH of NWVi ft SH -_00__ 9 6 19 620 A. B. Fletcher8900 6200 'or liE', or LofTI__ _00____ 9 7 tO 240 SO10B W. .T.Mary Ueclo B. Thom _..1000 1200 1..11..1' llance Oct. 1. 1919 ---_____.___..__.___________ 87002
$', of NEV. ft NWM of NEVi \or"r'i ?--,--_- T 7 10 ---__.. PO 100 Scrip certified., not preienled .._.-.___--._...__................... ,75 87141Warrant "
of of ft 8 } ft SEVi of N "
i BH WV ft NH of of 100 Mr. C A. Le..... ______ 400' 00MO
Hi of SEVi of NWVi ft WHof of < BWVI NWU 0 7 SO outstanding- Oct. 1. 191* - -. --. ..--......-.-______.._.. S84 02 t
SW'4 __ _.________.______ 10 B 19 260 A. B. Fletcher ..___?.1870 6UO REV NF: 4 ft NH/ of SEViex .
of NWW\ ._ ___ 40 6. W. Robert _______. 160 Ry right nf way __ _____. 9 7 PO H. P. C.nlney _________ 1100 Net Iwlnnce OH. __._. __ ))1ytFCEIPTB
NWVi -- ----- -- 11 8 19. XOO S'<' (,f '' of NWU 10 70 120 F. S. FowlerH ___.__.__ GOO 1100NF.I. ( 1 1C1II\ _____.._.____.....____. 1S7.8H
of NW 4 ft BWVI of NWVift ) : ION THE: SIX MONTHPsPrum "'
EH .. of NNI4aw'b of 120 P. Onlnry ______ .MO COO
NE14 of SWVi NWVi of NWViof 10 7 20 00 tax collector, .__.,,.__.._.__ __.._ __ _
AEV PKVi _____ ... ____ 10 7 10 40 Setirnn ('_hp ______.__. lAO 200 laxly -. _. 5.fiHConiptroller t
SEVi ___; ----00.----00--00- 11 B 19 200 A. B. Fletcher ...__...1600 2000 NWI of NWVi -_ .___ __ -___-,--_ 21 7 SO 40 P. A. Cnxby .___._.___.180 2(10 redemption. ._ ?_.............______...? .09 y 1167 4
NWVi of NEVi ft RE'4of SWVI 12 B It 80 A. B. Fletcher: ...____. 6110 800 "E'J of NF'-i _ _. __ .____ 22! 7 20 40 R. It. Thnmu __._.__ 1M 200 f '
"F.'. of NRVi ft SE", ___.._____ 18 S 19 200 A. B. Fletcher ...___.1600 2000 NW\.o of NWVi- __ _____-_-._. __. 28 7 toT 40 L. I). Pollc ________._.180 too IJISDl'IISEM.po: .;"r.II-t1i... --...---.--.--..---.-..- 143.06 101 ,'
SW of BEVi __.______ 14 B 19 FOR : MONTIIBINnu. ,:
% ----- 40 Consolidated Naval : of 120 J. (, 3'advrttt--------.
EIII NEVi SWH of N1'U: SO .80 600 .

,"W14 of SFVJ: __ ________00___. II<< B Itt 40 A.Store A. *w<<:''i.-===:: m m Sty of of NWV NW Vi _of_ _NWVi_.__ A SWVi_._ 2. 7 20 <0 W. R Fowler ._______. 2AO 800 balance March. 81. 1980 _. ___n_?_..?__..__?_____.____--. 14806 t.N.t

NWV of NEVi A NH of NWVift "FVi of NWV h ? __._un'n.____00___ it 7 toso 40 1 S. Fooler --_______ 1110 too Warrant ouutandniH .. .. .___..... __........... 884.02repository
EH of SW Vi-- ___ 14<< Itt 1100 A. B. Fletcher: ____-1600 2000 NW 40 W. I'. ._
% of SEM __. _____ ___ it T Byrd ________ 160 200 :
N u, of NEVi ft EH ofNWT Com at SE Cor-of Sec S4 ft n balance March 81, 11120' .___ n__._..__......_______.... 87888
ft SWVi of NWVi, ft SH( of on Sec line 100 .b".. N runW 20 Scrip' certlned. not |>mienled ,, .___ __ Oo" ..... ,7B 877.08
SW" ft WH of BEVi ft SEVi rhns.. E 100 chns to II.10.. WIDOWS> FUND

of FEVi 00 ___________.?__.. 16 It 400 A. B. Fletcher .......8000 4000 8 20 chn to l aNEM _____.. 24 7 tl 200( C. II. ___...?__ too 1000
SW'4 of NEVi EH( of NEvi k EH of NWVi ft NE'S 0 1"1.1.' halanee Opt 1. lulu ______ __...____.....?.._____..._.
or SWM _. _._____00_____ 16 5 It 60 S. A. Strickland .?__ 280 800 of SW'N'I.. or SEVi ASEVi HKHPTS: FOR THE KIX MONTHS ,
BE" except 25 Aof NWVi of of SE'4-400 A. also be* From tax rollcetor. (..... _..._......_............. 884 KO
FEVi:\ N of Ry ex alno Ry right 110 chns W .if SE Cor Bee 25ft MKBL'RSKMENTS FOIL THE SIX MONTHS

of way ft S A on E aide B run W on Sec line 40 chn. IhM.kA. el. "_""""""_._ ______ ..._. 111.00 .
of Ry 18 B It 180 ;J. C. Crew ___........ 550 BOO N 20 chn. E 40 chn. 8 20 Payment lo wl.lf.w. _..._- ____.._J___ 111111_u_I* .486110 601)00 .i'
FE'4 of NEVi ft WH/ of NEV, rhn to beg-80 A. alo begat e 1 J
ft NH of NWVi *: BWVi of a pt 60 chop W of NE Net balance March 81. IOJO --.--------.._.-.-.-..___. 84 HO i'
NW'4 IBEH B It 240 A. B. Fletcher .......1800 2400 ( or of fIo..... 26 ft: run 8 1689ft Warrant uulntandlna. : March 81, JvM! __.___..__..__.. 10.00 "
koNEV4EUf NWVi of NEVi W 284 ft. N 1689 ft, E 28/
!: NWVi ft WU', of ft tn the pt of beg...R. A. alsolieg 11'p.wlK.rr balance March 81, 11120 _noo_____._______.__.._..... 84.Mhcrip "J
NWV ft BH: of SWVi t, WH 80 chn W of NE Cor of certilled, not prvn,.nted. _. ..____n_____...................... 10 (10IieiiMltory
of REV ft BEVi of SEVi -_n__ 17 5 19 440 A. B. Fletcher _______,.8800 4400 See 25 ft run W 486 yd. B 1 i
SWVi of NEVi ft: NET4 of flE% 118 1-8 yds. E 486 yd, N 118 talanc, March 81. 11120' __.. _.._.. _.._ .- '._ .......... 4460 ,
ft WH of BWV ? ?_ __h___ 17 B 19 160 J. E. Douglass -________ 600 800 1-8 yd to hpg-10 A-.____.-__ !5 7 I/O 468 C. II. liolxrta .._______2000 S460 DRAINAGE FUND A
NW',{, Of BWVI -__.____ 18 5 19 400 A. B. Fletcher _?___8000 .000 NH of NEV 1 Ins I A In NE .,
FH of REV 18 6 19 80 J. E. Douglas __...__ litO .00 Car for church - -- .._...... 2H 7 20 79 Truman H Dyal ?...?. 880 400 ttepoeliory' balance Oct 1, 1V19 nn.n........................ 1810llonde .".
EH ..f NEVi ft NWVi of NEVi All .. __ __... ._____ __ __ It 4 21 610 W. H. Allen 8r. _______2660 B200S600 nutatanrilnir Oct I, 191* ____?_____,__?__................... 1,41814
ft NWVi ft WH of SEVi ft N NEV of NE'.. "ft: SH of'NEVi Warrant outelandlnit th-t. 1. lP111 _, _____.._________-___.?.._,-? 8 Oft 11.421.14 ..
FVi of SEVi __ ____..._______ 19WVi 5 19 400 A. B. Fletcher __.___8000 .000 ft SH o iNWM ft SH _______. 20 4 21 620 W. R. Allen 8r. _,,__....20ROMr .. '
F< \ of NEVi __ _____________. 19 B It 40 J. E. Doug,la** __________ 160 200 NWM of NEVi\ NH of NW% 20 4 SI 120 *. Ann W. Barn ____ 4HOMr Mil Net deficit Oet 1. 11118| u.__......................._.... ,40604: \
Ell..f SEVi of NE% ft: NEVi NH of SWM ._________?__._-- SI 4 11 80 Ann W. fiapp _.n 820 400 RECEIPTS; FOR TIlE SIX MONTIIBlrrom ..i
of SFVI __ _____._____.___u_ 20 5 19 60 J. H. Bandlln ._______._ 1150 800 NWV, of NEVi ft EH of NWVi tax collector, taxe __ .__.......................... 1011 KO 'M
WH of NEVi NWVi NWVi NEVi, of SWigW/ ofSEVi Comptroller r.d.mptlon.--------___._____.___..... t 00 10B.80
of SWM -- -__---_-__-_------ 20 B 19B II KO A. B. Fletcher _m2100 2800 _- :._.. ___-__ _--__- 28 21 240 Mm. Ann W Sapp _--. 960 1200 JI'
EU ft 8H of NWVi ft EH/ ofBWVi swig ofREV __ _____00_______ 26 6 tl 40 rannle CrilTI --?__--__ 160 It HO Net drflplt March 81. lllfO ---.?..._.._............ 8,80024 .
ex EH of SEVi of NEVi: 21 II 19 460 A. B. Fletcher _____.--8460 4.00 JoIWI" of SEM _' _________noo_ 28 4 11 40 Vaner 0.1"1.! --________ Ian 20* I IIIHHUHf-tMENl-N FOR Till: SIX MONTHS
6H! of NEVi ft NH of BWVi NH o* SWM BE'" .___._0.__ 28 4 21 24(1 Louis llarrl ______,,__ 0Mm 1200 Nona )
ft BWVi of SWM Ii SE'4 ____ 22 19 880 A. B. Fletcher .. ------2700 8800 8WM of NEVi ft EH of SWVi : Warrant nubKandinn. March 2I. 1920 -.--..,.-._.....--_....... R Onllond .tl
NEVi\ ..f NEVi ft WH of NE% ft NWM of fcEVi __ _________ 6 I tlt 1(10 M.tllda Rlteh ____ 750 000 oultandlnit March 81. 11120 ____.___n___-._..__?_....._ 1.411.11 1,421.14 I
ft NWV ft: NH\ of SWVi ____ 28EH B 19 860 A. B. Fletcher ._____2700 8800 W'" of NWM __ '._____________ 24 tl NO J. D. Carmichael ___..___ 860Mr 400 .tJ
of NWV ft. BWVi of NWM 24 6 19 120 1'ltt T. Townsend _____ 600 600 SWM of NEM ft BEVi of NWViex : IMxwItory balance -_ ______ _ ___ _ ___-- 1200 .
SWVi of NEVi ft NWVi of 8EVi 10 A In SW Cor _--_.___,. 28 1' SIIS 70 *. D. A. Brry __n__ 280 8(0 M.rcA siTsNri; LIABILITIES
ft N';, of SWVi ____.____.__ 4NH 6 1* 164 S. E. Johnson .._______ 650 800 NEM of NEM ft WH of NE'4
of NEVi __ __n.n______ 28 5 19B 80 S. R. Robert _.._______ BOO 400 ft EH of NWM _- ___-_,.,__ 4 II 200 T. A. Andrew ..._____. 800 loon < AH8KTS

NEVi/ \ ft BH of NWVi BWVift NWM of NEVi ex 6 A In NE lUlance' cniih tn di'lMieltorle. __.. ._ .___ ________.____._____........... 6.Rllllft ';:;
WH of SEVi ft NEVi of Cor A SWV of NEVi\ ex I A 1I0..II""I.d taxe. current year _.. ____ __n____rrrrr.TT-__._ 14.07648 .
SFVi __ __ _____h______:___ 7NEH 19 620 A. B. Fletcher .___.___8900 6200 In NECnri8AIn NW Corft .J

ft BH of BWVi ft. BWVi inAInSECorINW44\ Total ._________nh__.._ ___.__.. _.__.__.____._._. m,4<7.8' 'j4
of FE'4 ft EH of SEVi ___._. 28 B 19 860 A. B. Flrlaher2700 8600 ofSEVesiiAInNECorA I.IARIIITIEH / ,....1

8'4 of NEVi of NWVi ft 8H of W'r BE Cor ft 4 A In Warrant outstanding" for current *xpene TlrB-._____?_ _____.______ 2862(1( '. '
NW'4 __ _. ?<_______.______ 28 B 19 90 R. L. Mann ___________ 270 460 6 .. -__- ..__ __,_-___, 88 4 !2 77 N. Alva Fn.r y ____.... 400 BOO ralnane honda ontetandlnv h_ ____ _ ___._._____ . __ ._? 2,418 (14Ilralnaire ,
All ex NEVi of NEVi __ ________ 28WVJ B 19 BOO A. B. Fletcher4500 6000 BE'* of NEM ft: NEVi of SEM scrip --__--_.. .... ." .._ .. __.-______w-- -- __- ---. 8.0n .
of SFVi *: SE<4 of SWVi 80 B 19 80 Stephen Wllllaimon .__. 820 400 ex 6 A In NW (".ar. also com OutmandlnaIndebledneea. acrlp. ._ .. ___ ..______ _-___...._____. __.. 28/ 112
SEH of NEV ft: WH of NEV at SE ere of NWM of 8EMft -

ft NWVi ft: NEW of SWVI run N 492 ft, W 627 ft B Total __._..._ __ __. .____ _? ..__.___ ____. ___.____ _. .. ___ I.NU.811
SWVi of SWVi 4V NWVi of 482 ft, E 627 ft to brg
FEVi ft EH of SEVi __________ 80 t 19 480 A. B. Fletcher5600 4800 7 A __ ._ __ __ : 88 4 22 U A. H. John ......_.__ 400 800 VALUE OF COUNT YPROPERTY R

SEW of NEW A NH/ of NEW 81 B 19 120 Ranee Thomas .. ...... 600 800 N.f SEVi of NEVi A: EH Court Howe __.___ .__...............____._.....___.__._._._. 20,00000
W142 of NWW A: SEW of BWW of NWM of NEM k swig of Jail .. .. ._. 0.". __.___'_'___". __. _. ___. _.___.__________?_.._ .___ 11.0110110
A'BHofSEVi .. _________-.. 81 t It 200 A. B. Fletcher ..__.__..1600EH 2000 NEM ft EH\ of NWVi ft BH *''h'r property of county ____ ____ ________.__._ __.__.__. ._._.._. .._. 1,46000
of NEM ex 7H A In SW ofNWVtofNWiISEiofSWI4 \ \ n

Cor ft NWVi ..f NEVi ft N ft EH! of NEM of BWVift I Total __ .. . . ______. . _..__ .__-.____ 86,46000 '
H of NWVi ft: 8W% of SWVift NH of NW of SEVi I S
SEfc' of BEVi *x IB A on WVi of SEW! _____00____ _____ 8 7 !2 800( The Powell-Bmlth Co..1600 1200

S side .. ______"._____________. 82 B It 268 A. B. Fletcher.1910: 680 EH of SWM ft SH of NEVI of NOTICE OF FINAL, MUCH A RGB :t tI
NWVi a SH (ex EH of NEVi NWM NW', of NEVi\ ft. N i F llarniue.. .
of NWVi) __ _________._00__. 83 B 19 460 A. B. Fletcher8460 4600 H of NKM of SEMor ._-_...._ 10 7 St 180 The Powell-Smith Co... 800 .60 Two month after data hereof I will present. I I L. C. POwELL (/
NEVi ft SH of NWH ft SWVift liE'. SWM SWIg of BE_. 2. 7 22 HO M. Z. Sullivan .._____... 820 400 my voucher and final account to 1h. Hun ,,I Chairman', Hoard Puhllo Inetrunltun. Bradford. 3NOTICB
WH of SEVi ft NEVi of Swig. of NWM ft: WH! of NW 0..>. A. (Gardiner. County: Judge of, llradrordCouiHy County' Florida 'k

SE'4 __ _________._____..___00 84 B 19 B20Srv4 A. B. flrtchrr8900 6200 '4 of SWM -. ___.________._ 82 7 12 60 trank Hick t>U ...... 200 800 : Florida, and ak U b. divrharired u. i Altmtt .: tI ,
of SEV: < .. _._.______...... 84 B IB 61 T. L. Chancey .-__._____ 200 800 NH; of NEV ft NH of SIof adinlnlntrator of the eelal of D. K. 1111, de.I I F.. n POPPRLL.Co. : :[:
WH of SWVi __ _____________. 85 B 19 83 T. L. Chancey __'__'00__ 860 4ftO NEM ft EH of NWVi ft NEVi er.wd' I I ttupl and 8e'y.. 6-25-Bt-7-M
SWV of SRV4 & SF.Vi of BWVi 86 B 19 80 J. L .Chancey ____00____ 86000 of SWM __ __ _.____..______ 83 7 III 240CO R. W, Mill ___________.1000 1200 bl* the 10th day of May. 1H2D. -..--
EH of NF.' ft NW of NE NH of NWV W of Ry .x 1 1-8 I). B. HALL, j'n.

\i A NWVi. _. ___%_._.._____ SB B 19 2110 A. B. Fletcher ________2100 2800 A In NE Cur _. --__-. ____.-. I 1 II C. A. Ilalune ..____. 240 400 Admlnlatrator of the rotate: of l>. .... Hall !:
________ 800 .4IPh..., Deceased. 6-21-Ut-7.l\ |
80 A. II. Fletcher 600 .
SH of NE'1 6 19 : 'I ...-.... notice I I. riven that the Town Coun.
NW14 of NEVi *: NEVi of N I ell of Hlarke llradford County. Florida. willmett
W\4 _. --________--______--__ 2 6 19 80 C. A.. Boyd 860 .00 NOTIf'1': or r.i F4'noN at the City Hall on Tueertay July nth, ,
WH of NW% ft SW'4 of SW REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES, BRADFORD COUNTY Ily the power veeted In th.m r>" inc flrhool I loon! *t 9 o'clock. p. m? *. a lard. of equal-.1I. ,.
H ft EH of SWVi ft SWViat Law of the State of Florida th* Board of I lavr for the purpn of hearlnr nomplMtntoml
SEVi __ __ _. 8 6 19 240 A, B. Fletcher: __---___1800 2400 VEIUOD .
----- ----- FOR THE ENDING MARCH 31, ;920. Public Instruction of Bradford County her n>r lvln> tmitlmnnr aa to the value of
EH (0N'4ofNWI4INWV4 by order an election. to lie. h.ld In John. any proiterty.. real. pemonal. or mined, a*
of SWM .. __---_-__-_.------ 8 6 19 440 A. B. Flvtchrr6900. 4400 The following report of the reeelptu and dlaburaemenU of the fund. of UKADFGIIIl. town. Special' Sub flnhool Dsltrirt. cin Saturday.' Aced liy the town (.. aueuor for the year
WH of NEW< ft SEVi of NWVi 4 6 19 120 G. J. Waters ___._n__. 800 6110 COUNTY for the .period emhnir March ,ml. i''Jl'>. with in .' July 17. WO, for the purpose of circling. thre. 1020 against thr wnera or *.K.nt* of auchproperly.
NEVi or NE',4' ft WH of NKM outMtandtnv and a statement of the aiuet and llbllitie, and the value of wanly property trustee and In determine. the amount of mil I I IneWITT
ft NW1' ex W 1-8 of NWVi other th.n school of the wild Bradford county aa reported on the Bint day of March 1IUO, by lape to tie assessed. C JONF.S. 4
of NWVi ft NH of SWM ftWH 4670 the Hoard of County ommluloner( ..* and the Clerk of the Circuit Court la hereby published sander For the imnmse of holding (he said el<*. Atteot Chairman, Town Ounall- "
_____ 8600
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of BEVi ft NEK of SEVi II 6 19 467 A. B. Fletcher the provision of Chapter. 6H1S of the Law of Florida Aet of 1815. tlon. the fdllowlnmanaver* have, been apnolnlerit C A. FUTCII.
NE44 of NEVi __ ______________ II I 19 40 A. R. Fletcher ______.. 800 400 ERNEST MOB, Comptroller. Henry V......., W, M. Varnea. O.II.O..rd Town Clerk. ,
Ey i of NEVi .. _._______00____ 10 6 19 MO A. II. Fletcher ________ 400 800 _.
WH, of NWVi ft SH of SWVi 11 6 18 180 A. B: Fletcher. ______._1200 1800 GENERAL FUND i.. c. POWELL NCITK: OP APPI.ICATIOW, FOR TAX[ flF.F.U

SW SH >of BE'ex IS A In SE Cor 11 I It 75 P. P.. Dekle ..___00_____ 800 860 Depository balance Oct. 1. 1919 _______.___._______________.______.1 2.82426 Chairman flnard Public Inetrurtlnn. Bradford. IIMlHI HK 'TION an OK TUB

of !NWVi A NWVi of 8WM __ 18 6 19 I I I. hereby Hv 'n that F. Klvera,
SVH4\ of NFVi ex 2 A In NW _. __ 80.00 K, R t'OPPRLU: nurrhaoed of 'I'x< Corlinnne: J. 24, dated:
Warrant oulatnndlnic Oct. 1, 1919 .. ...___ ___.__.__. __
r.rot NWV of SE'/l A NE Co. Supt. and 8"C>, .m.Bt-7-l the 2nd day of July. C I). 1\111. liar filed ;'.
_: __ ____ 18 6 19 118 T. J. Duke ____________ 600 ROON'4
SWVi 120 W. W. Robert _____.___ 400 600 Net balance ()cot. 1. 1919 ..._______._______ 1.111.28 aid e.*rtlnnat. In my .."(1.. and ha* made.
: of SWVi ft WH of BWVi 14 6 19 deed lee. In ..rrndan.
SIX MONTHS. OP FINAl, lII11cnARCr. application for la tn ,.
R81v:' of ___ 19 40 R. M. Reavea ________._ 160 200 RECEIPTS ...
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SEV .____ __ 19
will .. with law. Hald r.Nltloat. embrace the
From Tax collector term and lieenae* .._______..__ 0,062110 Two months after dace hereof we present
NWVi of NEVi: lea SH A In NE Comptroller R R and Tea, taxe __?__._..__.__ I 6.70 6,848.80 our vouchers and final account to the. r*>llf>wlnv. deerltied. fironerty. . Cor ft EH of NWVi E 1-8 Oeo. A. ( County Judge ofllradforil ford County: Florida 4o.wlttWe
____ .00 660 Hun iardlner.
..f WH of NWVi __ ___wooow. 20 6 It 145 R. W. MeI.-.J 00 Making blanre __ _...._____.._____ u_ C.e60.66 County. Florida, and ..k to he- die.harred .t Half of lot ISIS In T. R. PekU'a. litaddlllon
NWI4; of 1.SF." ft. EH of NE'<, 60 C. R. Thoma* _____ 280 ADOW"o IIIKBt'RKEMKNTH I-OK THE DIX MONTHS admlnlatrator of the eataU of E. 1.. "11.., 'Moe aid 'land being
'' 19 00
8W14' --------.-..---- 20 80 C. A. Se." __. __n_____ 260 400NF.I Salary of clerk circuit, court aa aounty auditor and stark D .Abernathy, deceased.Thl . a.aen ied at the data of the iMiinne. of auehnertlflcat
or -- hunn____ 22 C 19 160 E. L. Roger ___ .___ Ono 800 to county eommiMlonera. .......................... 78797 the 2Mlb day of June. A. D 1920. 4n th* name of Unknown 1
/ 00.
- _- 2. 4 19 Per rilem and mlleag/ of eommlloner ................ 818 MO O J. ABKRNATIfV: !i UhltHia ald .rtllaal. shall tM .roduamrdaeaordlnv
SWV of NWW cx 7j';. NE 1" J. E. C'.." __..________ 450 800 pay of sheriff for attendance un commllonr ........ 24.00 MHH AIVA AHKBNATIIV: I tri law, foe dead. will Imuia thereon 1
Cor A 24 6 IB tie, 21th day of July A. I>. 1920(
WH'"'of SWW SaJarie af el her Officer aad EejpUyaai' dmlnllrat>.r'' of the EstaM of E. t>. Aber.nthy un
SE14 of SEW A WH\ of SEW Attorney fur county wmmlaeluner.-! .... ,-..-.-. 2602 I.IUMHI. 7-t-9t-8-t7. I Wltne my official Iftnalur' and neat thl '

ft A A SEW l\f\ SWW ex W 21(1( 141 W. D. Duke* ._______00 600 700 Supervisor' of registration .____.______.___..9_____ 1 0.00 the slat day of June, A. II ]??>>. NI
ex A In NW Car 28 4 19 I W. T. WEEKS:

! fiE It I!, of SF.W A WH/ of SEW 200 0. W. S. War _________1210 1500 Lipenie: *f (aunty HulldlnmlJanitora and other. attendant __*.-________._____ 111 50 Wa prTITION the underpinned FOR AN hereby ELECTION petition the I I Clerk Circuit Court Kradford. Co Florida..

W16 E'io of SWo\ 29 19 80 J. K. Ward --..---.--- 860 400 Light fuel and water --__.__._________?.__.____ 1 HI.08 nnrble' Hoard of Public Instruction of liy C. A, KNIGHT
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of :: :: ::
I .. FlF.4 __ __ DO II 19 Insurance _. _.____.?..-...----_._____________ 60.00 Hrsdford. (".,u"I,. Florida, for an election tn -25.81-7-2: ((11..1) Ih-puty Clerk.
N't .f SW'4 k E4t of SW ,200 J. F. Dnuslw ________ 880 1000 Car..f Caantv PaarlAllowance he held at Hrsnnen school h...... on Ssturday, I __ ________________ __
NEV! k of Ali of NW" -- ------.- 80 B 19 40 Ii Pinkatnn. _______ 1(" 200 made to pauper outald of poor house and paid July 17, 1M20 to divide. whether. a nth-arh.l I'I I NOTKK: OF flNAI IIISCIIARCt; t tl

All NWV Nwtg ---- _u.._______ 80 10 ino II''I. Puke -----------. 400 600 by warrant __ ____ .__._____________?._.____. 1,00050 district shall he established. to l-e formed of I Notice la hereby. ajlveD that aluty day
: lnnltv( Ina.lril the following territory. and to be known .. from the Ant publication hereof I ...111'_
: \ rees of officer and aommitte________..____ llt.78 Hrannen Sulchool District No. -_ to ..It. sent tn the County Judge of Bradford ('Alutll,.
---------l0 Stationery and Printing. Section 18. Tp. 8 South Us n ire 19 \1:. ; Hoe"lion. Florida, my final .......un''. and vmjeher af
: : (neral stationery, blank, etc.Keeord ____._._?________ 16448 8.) 8, 17 and 18. Tp. B H.. Stan". 80 K.: the .ataa of J. W. Norman, lat of Ilradfordroiinty. ,
A book ..un ._.._____u__________________ lAD 118 Alan that the following. b> anilfilnted manaa-er riewaaad and apply for the approval
WW'" NW of eorofkPW; M Z 860 A. B. Fletcher: ._______2'OB 860 Advertising required. bylaw and paid for br Bounty____ 224.01 at the aa'd *le..tlfin. to-wlt J. L. V.."., admin.lalrator.Th. 1,
2401441 1 4 of SEW 20 4 110 Caai.i>*ln* paid ta Officer Madlstm Moan. 1'. P. Kerce.P .. IHth day of June 1020

wof EH of NWW iE'4of Tax assessor ___oou_._..___._______________ 1.84982 I'. Keree, J. N. Moor, M. 1. Addlon, J B. NORMAN
A NWW M W 80 ft 820 J. E. Andrew __--____12flO 1600 Tax collectorHherlff. __ __________.______ __ .._ V667I J. fl. Tkrwlmir. J. r. "'.-. R. FI Tartar' I Arlmlnlalratnr of the Ett of J. W. N"..
W'' of of 8WM !1 4 20 '' general court work ........._-__..______... 163 46 J I. V..,,_. petitioner 4-18-6117-14 I man, ............
WH of NWW A W All work___ 877 '
and general court
f Clerk. circuit court recording --- -- -
<( 4 of A E1; of WH of NWW 40 A. Johnson _._._____ 140 200 Tvk eradication __ u__._.____.______._..__._. 27126 NOTICE; TO IIKHTORH: AND" CREDITORS NOTICE OP FINA. it( IIAltGC
In RE Cur ____________ 21 4 20 1111'11. Feaub..* _____ SAD 400 __ _____ (ll.06
"W "f Hit Agricultural agent __ ........___ _ All perunn Indebted to the eetat of M.*. Notice. .IN hereby Riven that alxtv day from
W, i NE14k: NWW of SEW 2A 4 20 820 O. W. Hurat _________1260A. 1800NT' Home demonatratlon agent _________.__.___._ 800 00 Julia A. Walnrliiht. late of llmlfurd county, the. Brat publication harm,?. I wU: present to .a.I-

of'i'- : ; ----- II 'II Fxpensealaur fair ___....__..____________?_.___ "117... Klorld. deceased ar. requeated. to pay their. the, County Judge of Ilradford County, Fin,. AIda
NWVl ft sVvi NEV Conl'n8.nrln .. __ _______.__.____________._________4- S4D.M '1.R9418 ..Id debt forthwith" and all peons having my final aeeount and voucher* of theeeute
WH of ft R 8of0V claim aKalnvt acid eate tthall Ala the **m. of U. E. 1111. l I.t.. of Bradford ..nunI

e'' of ex NW AIn 8E 20 887 B. Fletcher _____.._2900 8870 Net balance March 81, 120 ___oo_..._._____.______._..____________ 9741 duly authenticated with tIe undorslined Ad. '. dieenved and apply for theapproval' of I
E'O'' Bu/Vi of % .____-__ 29 4 Warrant outatandlng March 81. 1920 ..___________n________.__ 11800CM mlnlNtrator within one year hereof, or they. am my final dkicharii aa such ad-
i. SF..f SEV' of 8EM will be forever iMirred.This . At/"r:: 'if
E'4 of WH ft: NWVi of N A. B. Fletcher __.__.4120 5500 4th day of June 120
*' 1160 1920 Thl 11th day of June, 1920. .
March II. :
ft . I
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SWVi __ no 1
AI'' . l.nt of SWViBVL 18100 Herlp certified and not preaentedTl .___._____._.____.___ 101 no J. F, KICK IITJr.R. I: DA VII) B. HAIL
.r NE'2 1._ ex NE\4 of NE 1810 A. B. Fletcher _____982 <_ ...., balance n___........____________.___._____ 9841 1.nR9.R .-..t-7.80. Artmlnlatrator. I Admlnl.tratnr of the r>tata of U. t:. flail ....
_______ 00__ 81 4 20
.x portion in SW'Cor aold J,. 780P. lit 4. ._d. 6-ll-vm-6.
1' 100 J P. fowling
u A. Thoma _. __ 84 4 20 ". C.: Gordon.w. ___ 81400W FINE AND FORFEITURE FUNDVnnaitnnr NOTICE: or I'I.F.f'TIONJI :
r. 120 (he, vested In them. tiv the ftehmtll.sws No Woims In Chllo "
'f NF.4 i NE of-BF14 8A 1 20 Ceonrt E. DymlT. u______. 800 400 power a Healthy
w 811 of the State of Florida. the Hoard of
NW' 6 SOB halaneet 1. 1 1rlerip _00.----- 6.1541111 unhealthy
._ _ I All children troubled with have an -
;t, r NWi7 NWvTof SEVi.of 1602HO J. Andrewa .___'_ 160 800E' cenlfled and not prevented .__,,____-5.----------______--- 27.80 8.1R'.I11 "Public order. Instruction an election.of. Itradford to he held Canny: In here.hy Van.. color which lixlliaie.pour. blood, ...d.. .

SEVi _____ 4 20 rule, there I* rnor. or l.! atomarb dlitcurhaurv.KOVf .
. MS1; '* ft SWVi- ft NEVi- .nn of A. B. Fletcher _____1100 2800 Warrant ontatandlnt Oct. 1. 119Ve .__.___.________________.. .100 rierhllt Saturday Special July Sub 24 School, 1920. 111.1..0No.for the 10. (, U.I >S thill IONIC given rnuLKlyfor :

i __ ______________ 4 8"0 B. P'Ivtahet.1200 1600 on purposeof TAI .
will emrlrh blood.
C 160 A. two or week the
r 1120 elnee .- ___ _____._.__- __ .. .1,091111 aleetlnit three truatee and to determine .
R'6' the anwiunt of mill... to he aaead. prove1 thn .., and art a*a Ittturral Streniilh
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' of NH ......ifl'. flnee ... .. =.. .. ... 1 'e0lt For tha purpose of holding' the said ale*. enln.T.utkitnta..vhuley.em.' Nature WIJ I.cit,
Lot 7 A all Lota 9 ___2700 8600 -- -- -- ------ -------
t 1 II go 880 A. B. Fletcher: ____ I : _._ _. lion. the following managers hav been .,.. throw off or dlr the WMIIU, and tile C'h. I : :! l>tin

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- FINANCIAL rrATEafEXT OF COfNTT' all and singular the _ta. hereditament*
r I Let roe. Bob; you're DM fit to ILftfcer FV),P8lIoa.lIl. and appartcnaaox belonging or IB aaywta.

: ; Bradford County Telegraph again." TweedJe remonatrated. as f.nar-tlal itatcment of Bradford I ._....I..ln.. A. 8. CREWS
LITTLE SUSIEBy Couatr for too month of Jan. 1KO.G :! .
with In his heart Buckley I Muter.Solicitor .
a prayer _.ral Faad A :L.: A>>ItII'I. Special
"; -- THOSE MINCE PIESBy bent over the girt.! I Balanor June 1. lNO* . -..,._'1141." ,,I II / for CoaaolalaatU. 3-2-H-7.M

d ebUUied WetklT" and entered .. **end Her eyes were closed, bat b. knew I I Warrant o.epjpW during trued month.___,_..__. .. ....../710.9 7917.001)' _

1 1 rluMi natter .t the txi-.>Sic* sttsrke. MARY POWER. JACK LAWTON. her for the girt who bad passed him Balatm Ja'r' 1. 1e2" _--..____ & O.M
on the church step on Sunday. H* I FIN aM r.rf..0e.n. F.a' I
':: FlurMa.E. ', Jon 1. IKt __ .. tce ." 5Woars r4o
P..Ia ne -- -
r c-== .. jj=- '; COl>B>rrl... n.. W.,.... ,....t,.i.> LBIM.I had found ber again and like thUl I | _,|>U during month __' . 111.011
Late In the afternoon 1181t'awoke Isswd. .. t7Y."
W.rraDto ------ -------
and 4ner. <.* lilt k, McClar N..>**.. r aiBO.CHS.tCovers 1 The In the brown 1920 __ _ _
; S. MATTHEWS, Editor big men overcoat to clear consciousness lu the hospital Mine July 1. __ .___ __ ..244.7. I
,I were laid for three. Erie looked strangely out of place as he I .... Tmmi ,
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P.Lsee Ja"". 1, 1920
}i writer | Dorr declares the mince p'.es: led op to'Ir. stood In the bamboo framing: of the bed.She raised herself. Receipt during month ______1181.07 ;
. Acquire a reputation at a good Mrs. Lteane slyly blots some creditIs Japanese tearoom twirling bus soft W."to..*... _._____.. !'
: u then your dope will, be copied by due ber since she herself waI Indli I i bat tjerroukly In his broad bauds. "Why didn't they let me drown It Balance July 1B 1524 ....'.Fend...-__!]37590"t.tanding f {1 1rti
canned editorials. wouldn't have hurt ao.boc17l"Tbe !
: the papers yea, even your ;i rectlj responsible for the unlighted 1 "Got In the wrong berth, I guess," be .l._ Jan 1. 1.28 __ .. .71 n
I nurse shook her bead r .. .. .. ...
tbe stair Miss remarked to the who RcripUi dorm month -
..! gas jet at the bead of smilingly wan proach. "It did bun some one. Theyoung Warrant ...u... --____-__-----_
i: The president of France hat the Barbara bo..e', Lee; |''* mom. It happened I was already sn occupant of the table. men who. caved yo* I I. Just op Balasee Jut. 1. UZO __...._._.._... .7....
\ like this: The one addressed remained la stony Drain. ** Fuel11.Lne.
best head of any man in Europe The from a feter-he went back on duty Jan 1. lNO .._.._ }ZO.MTfexripu
Eric bad fallen asleep over a cam I silence, his gaze traveling' apparentlyunseeing .
t window of I' ocjy last night-be &&D't fit to jump ? -
he fell of the
tither day out of solitaire. He awakened with a startwhen i over the Lew-comer bed. Warrant Issued __-...?..., ....
i4 I a moving train, headforemost, without Into the river but he risked his life July 1. m _._.-..- lie.ttRcUno
table his He was an aristocratic appearing man 1 1a
the improvised acroa
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hit because be wanted yon to live I He'aa wig. Peul. Fend
4 f smashing coco. 110.; ..... with the cards atop tumbledoolslly 1! and Irreproachable as to attire. too-rye known him all Jan 1. UZO. ,- __ 444.11Krevtpt
good boy __. .__.. 8h5.'"
bis The other. bent studiously to tie during month ?-
1 to the floor. He frowned at __._ __ W 0>
: i' The men of Germany are hI. life! Warrant issued _.--- -- 0110.
young in order to match which said eight o'clock. artistic menu card. As a girt ..t"I.1'dDoIHI..I Heaters white face turned whiter."Where Balance l July 1. UfO ___..________. __ S40.10
1{ said to forego pleasure
S An ) to his side be looked uptomloarr.8..f'd. July 12, Ir-'t.
Suddenly Eric sniffed eagerly. "
books military I* be? she demanded.
I! money for on Bradford County.State .
' 'i. navejp She wa" a neat little
delicious homey smell altered of Florida.
'J aroma a
The remits of this study "Help me to dress
i nbjectt. Into the room. It'........ the unmistakable waitress clad In the black uniform of I rmrfcy certify that the forerolnr" *tuimri< young: man .who practiced medicine
r I hence. I A moment later Robert Buckley took
f will be seen a decade or two of the yrcipt. and dtbanwm of the fnmons
the tea-room in rural district became and
Ms a filmy ridiculouslysmall a
: odor of mince pl_ Craning
hold of his nnne's deeve. "I'm go- fund of Bradford County for the month nfJnnv.
!51'( Beck, be bebeld several succulent apron about ber slim waist, and 1120. i* true and correct to the Ut of was called in consultation in =:lau7to1l'01l
Cox and RooHvelt-let's support white log to get' op, he told her. "I'm all my knowledge and belief. and cities because of his success
window cuffs reaching to her elbow.
\\J I! them. They are better ,men than brown things on the ledge of the I "Tour (lrd..rT' she gently reminded. right BOW." W. T. WEEKS. in the treatment of disease.i Harding and Coolidge and stand forpurer directly below. 1 '"LIe still" she bade him. "lie still SEAL Clerk Circuit Court. was Dr. Pierce who afterward movedto
lie liked his present quarter Immensely. : Haltingly be gave It. Brad'ord, CountyIBy 1 I Buffalo N. Y. He made hi*
principles. True, there are certain : and keep your eye' abut I'm sending I tip
I 1 lire. the landlady' A. she moved to the side of the C. A. KNIGHT. mind. to place some of his I medicJ-ee
'J' plank in the platform that some Ivaue somebody to see you-that girl that Depot Clerk. '
other man order book In readiness, before the public And he put up
{ there
souL And
> democrats believe are unwound, but was a rare motherly the features of the stranger softened you saved I thick It'll be a lesson to what he called his "Favorite Prescription -
r (I there are others the rf'pubJiran.Ib\ ws Teddytioy' across tbe halt dear remarkably ." MASTER'S SALE ;I Ii ," and placed it with the

they had put in theirs. After all, lovable kiddIe. Teddyboy was seven.brownejed "Oh. dont die!" There was re Notice< i* hereby riven that under and Inparvuaoce druggists! in every state in the Union.
Y coup is never intended to be eaten as and wistful, Yesterday "Well. Susie" he remarked ; "how Is mor..rul00,. In the voice! that Blck i of a certain final) dee_ of fore For Jifty ytart'Dr. Pierce'. Fa'oritePrf'Rrlption
your sister? e........* of oak, made and rendered on the
said sold
bad has
child largely!
: hot it is cooked and we nredji'tlone the : Icy lying with closed heard more
as "No tbe e1'ea. e.h day of Jan A. D. 1.20. In and by the
better answered
;" any sleep on account of the plat- Wlsbt Corp'ral Jlm'd come borne girl quietly presently, "don't die I I never thought Judge of the Circuit Court la and for Bradford '' throughout: the United fctates than
adding a "thank as she with that other medicine of like cbarrcter
Eric' band bad trembled you County Florida la Chancery la any
form. for tbe party. I'd hurt one!I" I'
t any
drew. eeruln I cau e therein pendingwherein I J. G. It' the testimony of thoupacda of
e I a* It stroked tbe soft, yellow balr. Tile Be opened his eye and sat up.'T1on't" Cohwa I I. Complainant, and ols.Mi Duke i; women that it has benefited or entirely -
man watched the little figure !
I I Ii. Administrator of the eatmto >. Duk** I,
From a South Florida paper we "Corporal Jlin" would never come: be besought her "I've Just eradicated such distressing ailment .
out of sight' his cold: eye alight with and Nona Duke, deceased and Leland Duke.
iA learn that fish are biting "vociferous: borne-alas I been a bit tired since.- since I helpedto Rdna Duke R. N. Duke and iwtha Ma I as women are prone to. It ia
: ly** in a certain locality. Fish are I Ii. Such morbidness Erie Wang i I admiration, then Imperatively be beckoned give yon soother try' at tbe game Dnko. are defendant j now sold by druggist in tablet form

: supposed to be mute but when a around. Those mince pie bad upset ', to the haughty woman In white. of living that's all I" I. A. 8 1>,..... a* Special Muter hall .c well ua liquid.
Deferentially she bent ber head to offer for sale) at public outcry and ell to the]
j "shimmy witjfler" or other delectable: ; him. He would go for a stroll i'I! h1m.I "I-I haven't got anybody: ; to caret" hwheit and but bidder for cash before. the' ZEIOLER GA.--! advise all women

r 1 bait is thrown among them they may : He found tbe ball In d.rkDO ..y... Mr. Millardr ate sobbed, unheeding. "If yon die.It door of the courthou. In Stark. Bradford who puffer from feminine trouble to try
County Florida on Monday, the 2nd day ofAwroM.
t! fmd voice to demand it from each other nostial thing. The try' It all over when there' nobody A. D. 11120. dona th legal hoar Dr. Pierce's, Favorite Prescription. I
man spoke as one accustomed to
You never can tell. W. J, Bryan, A door below opened softly andsomeone i, byr of ask. the foDowin described pro"" ..... u>- shall never forget the good it has done
i I having his wishes attended. .. for I feel like another
.t: me. woman now.
; according to his own assertion, was ascended the stairs. "No yon don't !I" be said and reached
swiftly I
-Tell! me about little Susie. be said Beginning- at the Northwest Corner of Section :May God bless Dr. Pierce and his valuable
y. once "struck speechless." If such a Dazedly Eric drew ..Ide. Immediately "The girl Interests me. A. a trot for ber band "I am all right- 21, and running Eat 4U yard, thence medicme.-MB8. FLORENCE

t miracle ran happen, why can't the there was a smothered shriek and. I I I. has and yon have got somebody I There- South .ao yard thence Wet 4U yard. WH.LIa.M9.:
exceptionable spoiled
me.I ,
; thence North 440 yard to point of beginning;
rule work the other way and enable with of mind. Eric reached tII.,. 11I.1 I Say he went on. a bashful
presence la fact from going elsewhere to eat also beginning at the Northwest Corner of I
j'r. fish to "vociferate" when they have red coloring his cheek, Tve been Section 26. and running Eat 400 yard,
i "I'd like
to to
out.Her | see promoted thence South 440 yard, for a point of beginning I
Iji sufficient cause? loving yow ever since I saw yon Sunday -
surprised cry bad betrayed her something better than this-more re- and from thenov run Cat SRO yard t
sex while tbe quivering of the supple i i mUDeratlve. I might be able to help oa the church step. rye beeawtaJt.hll thence South OHO yard ; thence Wet 8110

j': The Palm Beach Post (eomplainse- young body, held close told him she her. every' minute line I could 1 Towtwhip yard.: thence 7. South North of 88O Rang yard 20 In East Beetkm

I ; cause of the scarcity of nth there. was a mere slip of a girl. Tbe thump.tbum"lo& i The woman nodded understandingly' find you and make yon IOTa me. I'vegot taining 301 acre, more or leas, together 21'1
The fishermen have quit catching mul- they enough saved up for a bit of a t Women I
: of the bundles a* i "Ultle Susie has a story' she said. _
let .nd.,.. engaged in smugglingwhiskey i bounded downward proclaimed a previous "Bhe and an Invalid sister were suddenly nora for my WIfe. and we-we coalsbe : ,
'. from the Bahamas. It seemsthat And then the happiest thing alive 1 Say Habitual Constipation Cured
shopping expedition. left homeless and penniless. Hen fa a message to
'!t the privilege of unlimited booze she laughed, a little sheepish laugh They came: to tbe city where Susie :you'll think about It, little girl !1" la 14 to 21 Day nttatDc women from

ha. its drawbacks The Palm Beach- which straightway broke tbe tension. might find employment Our tea-room When the nurse came back the girt LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a specially. I IIUI )(ra. W. T. Prise of
i j hid ber face on her friendly shoulder. prepared Syrup TOI Laxative for Habitual Public. Ky.. "I 8I1f-
ers should console themselves with tbeIrillbman' "hold
"All right kiddle. be told her suggested Itself to her because of the
Constipation. It relieves promptly but "
I "EM! she think shell like the fred with painful... .
4 philosophy. Pat had beenchided The light flickered number of free hours she have says
tight Ml light up. might should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
she write "I got down.
of living from !I" the
game now on
by hi. priest for buying whiskey I garishly' I for her' borne duties. The car of the induce regular action. It Stimulate and with a weakness In my
instead of fish on a certain Fri sister fall Basle! yooag man cried hi* eye shining.' Regulate Very Pleasant to Take.e 60c:
r She!! was a dainty creature to be upon here I* a great back and Ilmba...!
day. He answered: "Och yer rivir- sure ; sweet and pretty. But a kid favorite with our customer Nevertheless per bottle. Celt helpless ud dinU

I ..nce. what's the ue of buying fish eel The mischievous twinkle In ber we should like to see her lettering I I NOTICE TO THE PUBLICTo : ooun.ced.,1 had about
and half of it bones? Betther buy made blm chuckle her condition. i. given up hopes of ever
dark pansy eye I. .
be1llc well
again when
i .hulkey-tbere isn't a bone in it. i "Could I talk with her?the man I
Inwardly. Then wltb a guilty dash all who it may concern: Gentle- You Do More Work.0 a friend instated 1

he noted the miscellaneous collectionof : asked eagerly.' men. The fence round the cemeteryat I You are more ambitious and you get more
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN eatable adorning' tbe stairs. The woman shook ber bead. Mt Zion or Swift Creek church enjoyment out of everything when your I II TakeCARDUI

Through its covering of stout brown |, "It la against the rules of our tearoom needs repairing and there will be a'''I blood i* kn good condition. Impurities in

r Have you'ever seen theI'r..p.r.. I paper the leg of a plump chicken pro- ." abe reflected "but a* It I I. you cemetery working there on the 18th! the blood have a very depressing effect on
Mr. Millard I will give Susie permission the system, causing: weakness lazineas.nervousness .
tions for a horse race, when thousand I truded. Midway below reposed a day of August and all who are willingto
bunch of celery.' And cranberries I II to speak wltb yon ID the corridor for the and sickness.GROVE'S
help fencing
of dollars are staked on each speeder '" pay material I TASTELESS Chill TOMC
I There were other things ; clusters of when you' have finished your dinner. please come on that day
How carefully each animal Is examined The prepared restore Energy and Vitality by Purifying
man bowed then Impulsively he
ed, every strap and buckle, bandageand grapes oranges, a bottle of olives lay to put in your mite for that purpose and Enriching the Blood. When you feel
shoe tested by anxious men before I at his feet. Mechanically, he *tot>t>ed. left his chair to draw the woman and will appreciate any amount its strengthening invigorating effect, see

the race begins .. a security against She bestirred bernelf. "They're all aside large or small hand it to either one how it brings color to the cheeks and how
The Woman's TonicI
N accidents of them all right I shall wash them )(1.. hums, be said "I have long of the committee appointed by the', it improve the appetite you wiU Ibm
considered this special table a* my I appreciate its true tonic value.
be too wasteful.
Have you ever witnessed the of course ; one mustn't church to look after the work which
m' actions for the launching cf ship prep. Mrs. Iteane Is out." she apolecleed. own Inalienable right.: Can't you In compose of W. S. Brannen, Lee Bran- GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TOMC began Cardui. In
a a short w1.le: : I sawmarked a
1 ill
some way dispose of this rough rlderr not a patent medicine, it Is simply
.. "and I was to light up. nen and J. Douglass.. 7-16-M8-13.
How the
ways are carefully tested "I'll try." the woman laughingly replied IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup difference.., i II
: smoothed and grossed and the starting rye been cooking, and I thought you"she and the westerner So pleasant even children like it The I crew stronger right i. II

machinery examined, so that the Mushed for no apparent r". oo"mo.1 i her' promptlyobeyed BAPTIST blood needs Quinine to Punfy it and WON along and It cured me.

hull may glide safely into the water, ; of the roomer are away 1 suggested change of loca to Enrich it. These reliable tonic jrcpertie : I am stouter than I

4 one end no faster than the cither was fetching three things up for Ted- tion. :Morning worship, 11 o'clock. never fail to drive out impurities in have been In years."
I "The mine waitress has charge of the blood. If you suffer, you can,
Inspection. We're to have a .
Yet In spite of all precautions: un- dybo) Evening worship 8 o'clock.
both table. she explained "she j appreciate what It
; can Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'STASTELESS J
; forseen accidents A I regular party tomorrow Sunday school 10 a.
qu i may happen. dog bring your' order here"The m. Chill TONIC bas made n mean to be strong and
the track | "I'm glad It wasnt my mince pie*, B. Y. P. U. 7 m.
may cross race and cause a I westerner had finished his meal p. the favorite tonic In thousands of hoiue well. Thousand of women
,; horse, on which many hopes were centered : she dimpled up at blm. before MM former companion languidly' :Mid-week service 8 p. m. More than thirty-five years ago/ (. :is give! Cardui thecredit

? ,+ to stumble and fall, and the "Cm-m. yes, I smelled 'era" be reached, for bin dessert and lie was In The public II cordially invited. would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S for their rood:
ship may strike a submerged snap! smacked his lip boyishly. the corridor There will be no suspension of the TASTELESS Chill TONIC: when. u health. It should help

that the dredge had missed and have "Ob, Captain I>orr." Irrelevantly ret..rrt'tto when little regular service this summer Come. member of their family had Malaria (It' you. Try Cartful. At all
} toward blm
came with a pusslion needed drugglsta.\
& .
a body-building!, strengthgivingtonic.
I - !
{ a hole knocked in her bottom. j "Teddyboy! told me all about you.
In her .
eyes 0 The formula is just the same today
,, i To get the newspaper forms ready Tou've a room directly: over my kltih- I Harold C. Wall
,i )11.. Kuril said that a man at my j spent and you can get it from any Gip
for the press on publication day require -j eoette. I hope I dent disturb you." table hnd something of Importance to in Jacksonville. tore. 60c per bottle. -

as much care as in the instance I anxiously: "
I II I say to me, she said "but I did not .
named. But the printers are few | He hastily reassured her. Sh"I'' think that It would be-you." .

and have to hurry while the horsemen I smiled her appreciation then I The westerner flushed ; there was

and shipbuilders are many and can ly ber face'' grew grave something dearly, though vaguely' Intimate C.d 1.'
take their I rU4 w- ?*: x
time. )Moreover while these "T were at S- about that low "
| <<'ddyboS say you spoken "you. L_
have only a few items to look over, I k-kllled." Her *tj FJ-Hu&IIif '
where our Jim was I "I have, be answered briskly, "If ;
the printers have many thousands. 1!'IchlD telL "I-we-miss him sot" you will\ Just step down to the waiting r.* "'" co.uest.szz&Sj&. our complete line of "

Why, then should not accidents in the sensed the Inevitable heartache. room. Its about aiater" lie added ,. ,
? of omissions He your nr. ,q ; ; Daylos now on dls'tlt.f.uU' flax!y
way errors or sometimes
"Are yon sure you want-the details. ? aa the girl wonderingly obeyed.' "I ;
happen to the printers Try it yourself I be asked gently She nodded bravely.' want you to tell me all about her-and f" tasilcr.izes, play will give you the

and see. He tried to tell ber. yocrwlf." The little .ltl't"llfl be.l- key to solving the

t ? "And be was there brave laddie. In tated. mystery. 13; gq Rp [
Miss Margaret Burleigh. former "If Miss Hums sect you to me" she
the thickest of the fray, gallantly fightIng -
county, demonstration agent of this .h..oIII. voice trailed off said at last "I-most be grateful for One look be There are Daylosof t
morning for a visit with Mrs.' R. S. I changed' place" be added a bit flercely. "If* a true Interest. the big man house window /Idcntific .

Fernandez and family and will spend i' "He had *o much to live for. hastened\ assure her "and just a* a worth fortune auto and all- .. Dark

g'' a while with them at Lake Kingsley i while I-I had nobody' who cared. ort of beginning. I wondered If yon a round every-day use.

i where they are pleasantly located In i Rut escaped unscathed. bitterly. would let me see your sick slsfer-and Note the SIX interesting: varieties

Iii, the Scott cottage. Miss Burleigh has i "But-'* She wondered at the scar get acquainted with yon both." YOU can get an early look at the below.:

p just returned from New Orleans The \'aluf'Ctroo\ of the tearoomreturning $ contest Come and see the picture
It his temple. and
r window picture in ,
where she attended the All-Sooth u
after absence like
of several
an you we.u
It ,
"Ob. that? --casual like-"Bayonet may inspire with > you the Daylos.our
convention of the Christian Endeavor weeks upon unexpected bunlnes. you .
succinctly."Oooh the
thrust. winning
Society. looked about anxiously fur his favorite answer.

} 1 They had! finished the task now. The waltrm.*. Well be delighted to give you the
25c at .
Gingham Stumps.Percales
A new girl came to take his order.
' I + 26c at Stump's. toadies were heaped on the bottom llllard4iurriedly beckoned Miss Bum :details: of the contest and supply contest

{,I % t Checked Homespun, 25c at StIJmp'a.1 talr. There was an awkward pause. to his side."Where blanks. See Our Window Display 1 ;1'
Brie found his heart pounding furinunly. -
Is Susie
r.i"r ? be asked brusque
Messrs. N. A. abe looked so wan and droop Possibly something we tell] abou
Gilbert chemist.nd ly. "I was disappointed that last dayIn you r

supervising engineer and Paul E. Engel I i I like. Dot being able to find her In the '

traveling representative of the !I *He often mentioned' Teddyboy out hall I Intended' to start her at once: '1

Duval Farm Product Company Jack- I Ilion |I there. And yon-be called yon 'Bab- a* clerk' In my office. Business reqnlreraeat Come in and get Contest Blanks

vIII" were visitors to Starke Tues : to be acquired< later. {

a day. Their company owns and operates I A queer throaty sound Issued from Mis. Horns patted ber coiffure '

.' !large syrup mill at Jacksonvilleand her lip like a ob held In check.: Then "Llttl. Susie," she said "bs surprised and full Particulars :t

they were her to look over the j she faced him bravely."I've ) us ..1ThOH quiet one always 1 1CONSUMER'S

sugar cane situation with a view to Just got to keep a stiff upper do. She was married just three

buying a large tonnage next fall to I i Up, for Teddjrhoy' sake" she said.. weeks after yon left, to the big man

be converted into syrup at their mill.S. And then added something that whom you called: a rough rider when LUMBER COMPANY '!

R. Johns will represent them at I I thrilled him clear through he sat at this table. It seems that he

,, y e this point and give interested farm. I, "Y c>u mllbtfII" to the orgy' tomor I. a great western! capitalist instead I J

a era a price for their cane at any time j row. We'll set another p'sce. There Susie! .sent us some wonderful picture '"HPE&ai o

they may call on him. i used to be three" of her new western home, and hr'selated i icIAY i il"

--- --- He had to something.
I say over the benefit her sister III re- {

Tampa i. worth considerably n..>r< j I "Er-*>r." Incoherently "mightn't the relying from the air. Hut bow Susie

than five millions in cool cash annually cats net 'em those mime pies. I became acquainted with her lover 1 I. ,

td Uncle Sam. Figures, not including I BMMIUT" more than any of u.. can understand.

the income tax, show that Tamu > She stared, then flatbed him a by. < Shewas always the moot conventional

pa added no leas than f5.774.745.24 to I S SI sweet smile not unlike the glimmer ofa little creature"

I r Uncle Sam's coffers during the fiscal\ 'I suuhvaiu on a misty morn. j Mr Mlllard turned coldly from hi. v

year ending; June 30th. "Why-w by-what a toy Lou arer informant ,

v she said ahaklly. "1 will have my luncheon," be said tlafil ISC

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ganixations and also the flower sent ..11. 1------ "
GAIETY THEATRE I by Indi,'.dual. for the funeral of th..lrlittle Jam 1, to 11 Se.-__ 17900 I .
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STARKE FLORIDA | daughter, Frances. Ky ami eollected ??- 27I.UO Jan. 1. to t.l dn. ....._____
July 1, to bal l due -._.. I Hr amt eollvetrd, -.--.._.....__-_ .

I Bits of TODAY FRIDAY I Mrs I. S. Johnson and little son, June 1 to but due T.UI._deb.HrhMl._.___--_..48".... I July 1, lo 11 du ... _:..________.
Sid, Jr.. who have been visiting at the Iljr .mt collected .--.--._-_-XO-.teu W. T. WEEKS. !

iI iIC Clara Kimball home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. July 1, to bal l du* --------------------2607.14/ l&.U By C.Clrrk A. KNIGHT.IWnutjr Circuit .Court. : .
Wm. H. Struth, left Friday for Jacksonville "....8'.1. Bond Clerk. :
) where they will be guests of Jun. 1. lo al! du .__...._.__ 8110... \
113 amt collrctvd! ....._ .... .. --
t I'm .....MO... ...1/.. > ........... YOUNGIn Mr. and Mrs.I L. M. deSha, before returning 1500.0.luly The Quinine Thai Doc Not!< Allecl The HeadIVrauM i L
U. r.y., ... M w c;._.... I T. to I their home in Plant City.1Vor6 . 1, to 11 du ___._.. .UK.) ." .
nf Its tonlr and Isosdreeffwl. WXA.
RprrUI Real ft hrtd". Hand IH.trlrl 1':. 1 Tl\h. KKOMO. OH1NINK (1.6'.1.1' l ran IKl.krnby t 1
I Her Supreme Triumph"Trilby" I June 1, to bal due ..?-...-...-__..C1I7*.tl nnytiDtt wlllimit. rauafnd nrrv..... M.ur rlnuintf I
.., .- :Shoes, $2.50 a pair, at > mnt cvllMlcd ...--..----.-- tu Ilic lirnd. LW.lam'tS."n..urel1l1l.: ... TlUe: -'>- I
-- Stern -r6's. I" 3 f .1
Clark of Hawthorne, spent Mr. and Mrs. 'I - ;'J1.
Friday here of Jacksonville Gingham, 2Gc at Stumps; Percales, I
: '
week with I'I 25c: at Stump's, checked hoMefrpun,
:Mrs. N. Sternberg made a trip to wards.A E\il influence of a Powerful Mind 26c at Stump's,
Jacksonville Monday. I against a soul of Divine Pur
full line ityTOMORROWSATURDAY Messrs L. W., H. C. and Wesley The Right Bank : i.

A small line of Notions and Dry at Bryan's. Varnes, well known former citizens .
Goods at Bryan's.A. of tile Johnstown section of Bradford
The : a I--I- county but now residing at Lake
Z. Adkins made a business trip cents for six Wales, folk county, were among the i
to Jasper the first of the week. paid in many visitors to Starke on the occasion .
Every should have connectionno
man a banking
your order. I of our Fourth of July celttiration.
Saturday R. H. Williams shipped a They are pleased' with their new home matter what his business, the amount of ;
carload of goats from Starke to Sans. Mr. and but still retain a ''warm spot in their
income the wraith he
yule, Hillsborough county. Washington, hearts for old Bradford. or may possets.\

cousin, Mrs. J.
Georgette Waists only $4.98 ley lake Wash Tubs at D 1") 'a II'.. At the Bank of Slarke you are always welcome ?

at Stcrnberg's. Ernest Fifty-five- cars of watermelons have and will find the kind of bank service '

Col. D. E. Knight spent Monday in was the guest been shipped from Williston last week you need to conserve your cash capital, to
Jacksonville on legal business before friends in and prospects, for heavy shipments
Judge Couper Gibbs. cle Sam's boys during another week are good. handle your income and outgo in a satisfactorymanner

War to carry forward your business plans.
Flowered Georgette Crepe only $2.75. .+ela CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ,

per yard at Morgan's. $1.35 Ladies at FOR RENT-Two cottages, one on If you will study this institution..-its policies, \

Mrs Susannah Biding, of Providence Walnut street and one on Madison. '
y FM? aims, assets and manag'm' will know .
is visiting her brother, C A. Mrs. Alvin J. W. Morgan. 621tf.
Mixon. Olive Rae and why a constantly increasing number of people
have been FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry in all walks of life the
are recognizing
20 per cent off Men's Straw Hats and other ,' plants J. M. Norman, Lawtey, Fla.
at Alvarez & Graham.Col. tlon.I 7-16-2t strength\ and safety! : cf this! Bank by openingand

I FOR SALE-Good; work, buggy: and maintaining their account here.
Joe 11111 Williams, of Lake Mrs. J. C. a riding horse. H. L. Stevenson,
Butler, had business in Starke Mon- I I and Miss Hilda HARRY Tin MOJUY Starke, Pla. 7-16-lt )

day. Jasper, where cu
spend a month A 5.l't'el'itagraph Feature FOR SALE-Underwood: typewriter.
Warner's Rust Proof Corsetsand Practically new Excellent condi
Brassieres at Stern berg's. Col. A. V. "TIlE INVISIBLE HAND" tion. t50;! cash. Miss Amelia Ray
Serial Bank of Starke
latka, spent Reel of our New Vitagraph: 7-l)-2t.
A full line of Hay and Grain at Mrs. Long's .. LaM Episode. "Lightning Bryce" .Y

competing prices at Bryan's. Brownlee and FOR KENT-Apartment for light The Right BankE.
Brownlee. hne"" new stock, only $2.25 yd. housekeeping, with all modern conveniences
B. R. Witkovski, of Jacksonville, colors. Morgan's 6-11-tf ; furnished or unfurnished S. MATTHEWS Pres. GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier
was interviewing our merchants Mon- Mr. and Phone 42, StarW, Fla. 7-lfi-3t(
day. tle son, | Col.! A. V. Long and daughter, Miss '
Dan Turner, of Mae, will leave next week for a FOR SALE-40 acres, one and half
H F. Duval, of Augusta, Ga., was guests of Col. to New York City and Saratoga: miles of Starke. I'artly improved. rC
the week-end guest; of Mrs. F. P. Monday and .. They will sail from Jack Would consider auto. Box 275, -
Shaffer. on the Apache Monday af Starke, Fla. 79tf. .

C. D.
Fertilizer and Feed, Cotton Seed been visiting FOR SALE One pair good mules
Meal at Bryan's.Mrs. Overalls and Pin Check Pants at and good heavy double wagon. Reasonable
kins. He had HAROLD C. WALL
'*!. for cash. J. F. Bennett,

L. H. Hill and little son, of over thirty its years growth.Mr. Lake Butler, Fla. 6-18-tf

Lawtey, were guests of Mrs A. Z. Ad- Ray Colley left Tuesday for "Wash CROSS TIE CUTTERS-t-Writ for STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE
kins ]last Tuesday. D. C., where he port to re- ties
and 'rices and ship your of all
his work in the U. S. Navy. Ray ] LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE w
Mrs. D. E. erodes to Gres Manufacturing Co.,
Miss Kate Struth left Sunday fora Mesdames granted a twenty day furlough: Jacksonville, Florida. :2-5-20-lyr*
visit with relatives and friends in Maines of account of the illness and death of
Plant City. spend-the-day sister, Miss Frances Colley, LOST-One !gold watch, 17 jeweled

Springs Friday.D. Elgin' movement, gold dial, Arabic
Men's Athletic Underwear, I Men's separate Coats only figure. Lout between Midway and
$1.25 to $2 suit. Sternberg's. W. 1.98 at Sternberg's. Nol>o nchool houses. Finder returnto

Sunday with E. It. Poppell and get rl'WHI'd.F'OR .
Miss Ethel Griffin, is in Tampa this ard, of Starke, v"I Perry Kite, Jr., has returned home "
week visiting her cousins. Miss Ruby I his daughter El Paso, Texas, where he ac SALE 80-acre farm 2 miles ; A. D. Andrews
Dyal and Mrs. Herman Krause. improving his brother, Tate Kite, of Starke; 20 to 25 acres under
went there to seek relief for pul cultivation; 5-room) house; small M!
Rev. B. D. Law has been in De- Hoys' consumption. Perry days El tenant house Land first class.
Land this week attending the Florida Sternberg's.Jake is full of "lungers." Price $1EOO. J. W. Green, Starke,
Baptist Summer Assembly. Fla. 7-lfi-2t' Company
Johns Mrs Sarah L. II am rick leaves to-
STRAYED-One Jersey cow markedstraight
Miss Estelle Woodard of Theressa, business as I for Savannah where she goes to
split in one ear, split and
her Mrs. Claude Den.
spent the past week 'at Starke with pointed to fill I (
under bit in other. Light yellow
her cousin, Miss Evie Woodard. ular term I Mrs. Ilamrick will also go to'Syl.' /:
and Ga., to visit her daughter, Mrs. steer marked swallow fork in one

20 per cent discount on Women's officer to look '. far.whereabouts.Reward J.for C. Manning information', Starke of We carry a full line of Horse and Mule
Dress: Shoes. Alvarez & Graham. *
Classy )' Jar Tops and Jar Rubbers, all kinds Fla. 7-9-21 Feed and our prices are reasonable.We .

!Men's Underwear at Bryan's. $2.50 to $8. Bryan's. W\NTETI-l\1an with team or auto also have all kinds of Chicken Feed, r
who can give bond to sell 137 Watkins -
Miss Ina Jones spent the past two I Hollis Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley desire to home and farm products Big.: Cow Feed and Hog Feeds.
weeks in Jacksonville. with friends camping and their thanks and great ap cent concern of kind in the world.
and relatives. neva. Others for the handsome floral 11500; ( to $r>000 yearly income. Territory We are closing out a lot Dress Ginghamsand
Joe Hill sent by the various local or-
in this county open. Write Homespun at reduction of from Fiveto
Taffeta Messaline and Feu De Maines, of today to J. R. Watkins Co.. I>rpt. .a.
Soie, in black only, at $2.25 a yard. 114 Wlnona Minn 72t. Ten cents per yard.
Morgan's.Prof. Real shoes
discount. FOR SALE-In town of Bronkcr, one We have just received a new lot of Ladies

E. A. Kennedy, one of the I large, "tactically new, two story
and Fine
builders of Lake Geneva, had businessin Friends here 20 'bungalow; suitable for large family gents' Hose.
Starke Friday. that George I ] ; has been used! for boarding
written from house. Two lot, bearing fruit trees We are selling Men's Overalls and Pants ,:
W. G. Brooks and family, who are brother, Lewis I and located near !good school. Bargain and ;
living at the Camphor Farm, were gium. Both for each or terms. Miss C. M. at $2.00 up. yMen's ,

visitors here Sunday.Mrs. on board Per, Cent r.t'will, Box 47, Brooker Fla. 7-lfi-2 Dress Shirts $1,50 up. I

M. E Edwards and daughter, Bryan keeps CI.rus RUrk.n REPORT. .1... Mar 7. mo. Tennis Slippers 75c. .j
Miss Mabel, of Gainesville, have beenvisiting R.port of tI.. el.rk of th. Circuit Court In \
Mrs.A. J, M. Bryan and for flrarirnrd ....un'.. K1orM. on erounff
at the home of Col. and
made of Tnx.. MMMMed for th* pr IttlOi Diamond Self-Rising Flour, guaranteed
Z. Adkins. OFFWOMEN'S B. M. DOW"'N'I.I. .
wannee county CoiMaoe.County $1.90 24 lb. sacks.
......, 4
!\II''. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and mother. The .tun. I. tn tml oW .-.__- -RH2III2
children have joined the summer colony way, was !
at Kingsley lake and are occupy their Ford.A July I, to hal du. _.__.____uh___..nllft.83 ,:Vt
ing the Weeks cottage.L. H..4 sad Hrldm llUlrlrt N.. I Meal $5.50 per bag.
meat Jun. 1, to l..1 l du.-.... -_.8110.111
new Hr' amt cnllMtMl.. ....._.._.24".OS
C. Ray, of Dunedin, came up this week by All fresh stock. i
Griffin July 1. to bat tar .. _. IU..1'
Wednesday to visit hie mother, Mrs. west of -
Haft .)<* ",des IMntrict K.. 1
C. P. Ray, and sister, Mrs. J. W. market is DRESS Jun. 1. to I..1 I fliM -........I 1811. I* If you need new tires for your Ford,
White. I handle only the Br amI collated. .. .....-..... Isa.'. we

able prices. Jolr 1. to Ul dim ..__._________.101I.7 have DIAMONDS AND FIRESTONES, NON ;
L. V. Moore And Amy SHOES Wid... .._ SKID AND PLAIN
< daughters, Jun t. to batl dos .__ __ TREAD, and we have
and Ginah, will leave Sunday for Way. Why pay Rr amt e&' _. _____-.____ .aa."
cross it for the prices that will suit you.
Ga., where they will visit relatives buy
July 1. to bal 4, _______-.----.. 19099 '
and friends. (:...,,. 11."_' qtr
Mrs. O. G. Jo... 1. to .1 .._._._.._.--,1te40.45 We also have a few barrels of good Cane
Miss Law Lucile JI, amt ...11_ __ ___.__.-.1.48
Marion Howard Tharon, a NEW Syrup for sale.
'harming young lady of Madison, is srs John July 1. to bl due ______________._-.9919.01
a Ruest at the home. of Mrs. J. M. and L. L. We want home cured ,Bacon and Lard,
Mitchell this week. from DeLand, STRAW
Florida SEED bring us your Chickens, Eggs and all country

20 per cent off Women's Dress' HATS produce you want to sell, we pay (the highest .
Shoes at Alvarez & Graham. Georgette I'lant Martin's Hy-Tent Seed for
good result. prices.

4 Mrs Theo. Lowe: of Tampa, came $100 Cow Peon f7.50 per bushel; Velvet
Sunday to be with her father, C. A. Catarrh Is. a Beans, $3.00 per bushel; Sorghum, $M1
Mixon. who is seriously ill at his home anc.d by per bush; Rice: $11.1) >0 per bushel;
on V Walnut street. KAI-I.5: ;: 1 ALVAREZ& GRAHAMTHE Millet, $4.25 per bushel. '
.I. takan Garden and Field Seed for summer A. D. ANDREWS CO. '
Kalston and Douglas Shoes Blood on HALL'S the : DEPENDABLE STORE and fall planting.
al Sternberg's. tem. the Largest and oldest established seed
d..troy.51vea the : ;:. ': :::: house in the state. Raiford Fla. ''-'
h i
n-n.r.1 "
the .
\I Inez Moitt returned Monday doing It. ", ork. Send for seed special and p.ataloR'IJ"
dt t',. 1.kRonvlUe where she had been Catarrh JNlf : E. A. MARTIN SERI CO..
( [," 1 of friends md rolative: for MUrutSis, 'IT". : !.11" JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIII
2 da),.. J. Cheney ,

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7... Tn.Ddad 101 ft. Nil. ft. Ell. ft .
o.-npd.. S.. T. L A. O..r a C-u B... T. L A. Over a c... te be* ----------1. V at T. J .AldermanDan _
__Lot U t. EM' Lswtay ______ Cbaa. Perks __ .......... 1.1 E hp TempI. Av.S bp Pratt Lot 4 r. ft O? .lk.-ir- -4.
Lot S in OU'. Bur dir of Ea.tLawtory Str.eL W bp Sanderson Lone.k In L. T. A Co'. add .------28 a It Bore .. _
___. _______ Cbaa. Park. .r __ 1.1 N b. lad of N. T. Rlt.eb _.21 1 &I T. 1. AIda..... . LNI I Lou 10 A. 11 of Bill 27 In Temple U
.;I''. Lot V In OU'. pub dl" of EM' Lot In Stark. bounded If lip I '. Add .__________._.-tl a 22 Mr*. Florence Brook .. -

1 LawUP __________________ .. Green Erwin __ __ 1.1 Jackson 8t. W bp Baoder.oa. LalofHilt 45I.L.T.&Ca's. I
, Lot 12 I" Ot,'. ...10 dl" of East LaDa S bp A. O. Andres k Jefferson I sub dl"1.. a tt Jullu ButlerLotaSaofBik11faL.T.A -

:Ij t. LawWP ___________?.____ 1. N. I. Willi..... ___ tea BL a Eby Blk 544 t Onginal 1
l b Lot II I" Ott' pub div of East town ___________...:6 111 R. B. 1010. __........11.11 Co'* *ub dl. ____.________tl 8 tt Jama* Brrd .. '_
Lawtp ____-_.____________________ G..... Erwin __ _____ 1.11' Com 111 ft E of NE Cor orllroad..y Bib :1IOf.Ti't..T.Add ..--_-2B a tt Mr*. Eunlc E. Canova _. _:: 1.
24 twS4 of NEI4 of 24Et4 __-__21 6 U 10 C. H. Ceh..redU! _ .......-- au a 80' StIO 00 1'1 .Ide All A Co1 sub
} SW',. nr SE44 of NE-------2 4 122 10 8. M. Churchill __ ___ U.IQ of hoot 84 end ran N 106 ft. dlv ...... -____,.--_._--..21 a tt Row Cox __ ____---.- '
'u SW% of 8WIio. of SBt: Zof E 12ft.. S lG6 ft. too Hol't S. Lota4aI0tB1k19tnLT. -
Kln..I.. Road ___._____--21 1 tI I C. F. Stewart ___ IIIRWy W 621 S4{ tt to bet 10 Stark..n 1 II C. IL Marko ____ 21.N A: Co' add S tS Bradford County Bank -. -. 1
of NW'4 of 8W'4 ____.---.2l 1 U 10 1. B. Abraham ____ IaAE44 Log 29803lIf $8$4 $5a One Ixrt 108 ft aquar In SW Cor
$ of NW'4 of SW4. _____....25 a II 10 A. Paul __ __ 400REI4 8fI of Bib I I. a. M. Dowllota of SWK of SWK ________-28 a tt E. W Drifter. Eet ?__-..
\ of NE'/ of SW' -----------21 I II 10 Ella WI1II..... ___________ flOW Add to Starke ----- ----- C. IL 'Marks' 1..0 1\ Acre In SE Cor of 8EK of
I A or N1y or NW.,. of NW.2I'' 1 U T. L. GuarrF __ _._____ 490NEI4 Part of a 6 A Lot corn at NIl: SEK ..._.____________-__M a tt Mn A. E. Driller ---... ,
of NW'4.of NW'----------21- 112 10 C. a. B.pp __ -_______ I." Cur of land formerly owned byT. Blk .4 In L. T. A Co' sub dl '?21 'II R. M. Ellanon __ :--- 1
SE 4 or NWof BE'4 k NE W. Sweat k run E to E: I 8 22 ft of Lot 4 A N 10 ft of --
44 of BW',4 of RE14' _______21 1 21 U A. B. Criffla ". .________ '..98I line of See. n. thence II D" See Lot 8 of Blk 20 ortclaal: town..2l a tlOn Mn. D. L. Fmncl' ?.--- r-
I Lot 241 In Woodlawn21 I II 10 Viola Bwrat __ __ ____ .... fine 22G yda then W to SI!: Lot com at NE Cor of Blk C -
NW44 of NE'4 of BWI4 ____._ I S II 10 rw. 8. F. Wolf .......... 1.11 Car of land formerly owned by Jones Add A run N 110 ft. W210ft5110ft.E210ftto
W4" of NEI4 a. E'-Z! of NWI4I Iwe.t then If to bet la <
E'I.o 01 IIW'4 Ir Wof SE\Io\ 6 121 1120 E. E.' Cana ___._ 11.11I acid\ of 5E'4 _______._.29 S 11 4 C. W. E.rlng Co. L'fI bell ""21 t u Mr*. D. L, Francis .----- ..,
SE'4 of NW'4 ___n______._____ 1 S 12 40 Dr R. P. Taylor __ 11.12 Th. S 141 A of the folloYl"-. LouI TV* V'of"Blk c"1n"EU".
# I ? of NWI4.. of NE'4 ________ 1 S U 10 8..110. a Hopklna ______ '.11 "rUwd pl_ of land, to-wit- In,,'. Add ,____ ___________.2i S tt Elbert Gnann .. ...._---
,' I NWI4E4 .f NW' or NEV4 aNE D..gdsht210ft50fNW Lot2ofSilt 42inI..T.aCo'scub -
'h I % of NE'4 of NW'4 _____.__.___ S 1 II 20 E. E. C..ov. __ ... .u ..01 Cur of IW'4 "r 8EV." a run 8 :13T7IIC32J1.'Ta: : dlv ........___.---___----.-:. a It Julia Goodwin __-
W'1' of E'I.o or NEI4' a E4{ ot 7 ".\00 thou, E B 111-100 chi.N .. Lou a 7 A. B of Blk C |nRl.-
k\ \ : NW\4 of NE'4' _.. __.._____.11 9 23 69 Unknown __ __ _______ 10.0 7 16.100 eb.... W I 11100"h" 10." Add ____ _____.jg M Dr. P. D. IDem ?_-
Ely of NE\4\ 01 BEI4It I rl 110 M... N.nnl. V. Haodley __ 4.40 to bon In NWt4 of 2E1429 I II I Unknown -- ..... One Lot bounded's'br Hogan Al .
r, I OW4! of fI EI I. _________._..__u.12 8 III .0 L. A. E..... __ _____ .... 'U S of 10 tt If a. W of Canal .... _' ItM aZ ." .. Icy W br Bay St., A N by
r w'1' or NW14 of 8W'4 _________11 12$ 20 M... r..nol. V. Handle ___ .40 parallel Une to Isk..a when. Jackson St ____.___.....?__-__If 1 tt W. M. Holllnnwortb -----
4 h Ely of ES{. of SW'4 of 81141': I II 10 Unknown _. _______ .... there was. a roW vf oranlta t... Com 1S71* ft E of NE Cor of
: N t' 010 ftWw 8WI4 a a and then the line to ba 10 ft Hort A. Broadway Su aruo
t'p doIo W of a.m..14 I Ql 10 1. O. Lub __ _________ ....0NWI 8 to the roW of oran. tr.rn E )1S ft. N 101 ft. W IOC ft,
4. ,, of 8E4! of 8E14 a NE44a4 / NW'< of NW,4-10 A aRWt,4 8 108 ft to her -.-.28 a It F. K. Hal .. ..-.-_
of BW'4 or 1IF.4' __..______ ____.16 9 22 20 Fred Frl.denb.r/ ._ __ 166 of NW'4 a. Nof S Lot 1 of Blk 4* "L.-i.- A Co'
All NW1,4 of 8W44' W of fly11 S It 9 Unknown __ _______ '..ILNE'4 WV4 __._______.___________-50 S II 1241 P. B. Bryant ___ 11.'. sub div -..ta 1'' tt Raymond Jackson -- --.---.
of FlW'4 or ':' ,_ ..ltl "I//! U John Topllo __ ____ ..,. 1$ 1-S of BEI4 NRv31 S 12 1Ardd Lao..rd -- --- U. Blk 8766 i4ji. A Co': *
1 a y 11\1; of 8WII. of RE14' _______..141 1 21 10 C. L. P..k __ __ 1.70 : A eon :. NE Car : NE44 ofNW4. sub dir .___________._________SI tt A. O. Jenkln .. ......__.. .
L 7 II A on W Idde of OW'4 of BW\4\ a ftln W 141 pdao, 8 TOyds One Lot dmcrlbrd br deed In
ex N 1 A for church ___.____..11 1 21 I Fella Good..ln. __ __ ____.___ '.n E 149'yds' N 10 pdao tD .11--12 1 21 I Handy B..,...." .10 Book 76. p... 162 Bradford Co.
1 11 A nom .t NE Cor or NWL Lot I of Blk 1 in Lincoln Clt.__._______ K'rF Joln.r _ __ 1.11 Record------' _'-_ ____._______.51 I 12 E. B. l hn. .. ........._.__.. ;
BWl4 run ft, Lou II a aof Bib 1 I" Lincoln Com 72'H ft E of NE Car of CallA
'Sf JO
: f't: ;
460 ft 1004 460 ftb City, __.___ _________ _._.___.._______ Aloooo Moore __ ton : Court SU arun N 210 ft.
Iwg __ __00_. __ _-_ _-____.___11 1 II 11 1.ff r- T 69Pty Lol. 8 a 7 of Blk S In LI".dD E B2M ft. S210ft. W I2M
of SE44 of NI'4' -. ._______18 I II 20' Julia Good..ln _______ '.'5 City __.__. __ __._______ lasso Clerk _ 1.111 ft to bet _---.-----------_----2 a 22 R. S. John ._ -.-.....----.. .
RWI4 of 1'11'/': __ . __-_ ____14 A II II Ransom. fWr"oldao __ ________ 170 f..t a o191k l I. Lincoln Cltp.________ M.rF Joiner __ __ L25B6U4 Lotala4ofBlkSfinL.T.aCo'a
1 ..F.II. of NW'.4' __ ..__ __._______.18 1 II .1) I.... Ikpnoldao. 8r. ____ ..,. !' : of SEI4 --N I 21 .0 Dr. J. P. Tomllnon ___ 11.0 sub dlv ____.______________28 122 R. M. Jenkins -- --.---. '---
"It'4 of 11(114; _ ._____...___.....1. 6 21 If J. 8. PriM ____._._______ 10.82 NW4 of SEV4.x' 10A1nSW Lou 4 8 9 A 10 of .Blk. O In 1
} u Corn 2111 ft N of SE Car of far ._ ___.____9/ 9 II U G. C. G. ___ ..ow 906NP4 Ri.lna.. Add _____ ______________21 'U M... Ten*.* Lcilton .. __ .
"FWI4of14W144.runN210ft.4i ' of 8E14es{ A 10 SE One Lot 6214! ft E A W by 108

W 819 ft 8210 ft. E 516 ftto Cor _"- ____________._.____.____U I SI! 31 K. L. GrUfla ______ '..01HI'4 ft N A S. bounded E by J. F.
beg _-:_ -- --_-- ___ .:__u 9 II 1& Mo.ella H.rl.p __ ___ ______ '.0' ot FlW\4\ of RE$4 128 10 C. IL M.r'' __ _______ 1.11 Rhoden. N by Mr*. Alvarenland.
1; 10 Com at NW for .,f land o..edh" R4 of SW'4 of 8E'4.54 I U 10 8.. C.rter ___ '.01 A S by rt.St. --28 a tt C. H. Mark .._ _________...
Elmira: KIni on E' .Id. of "'EI4' of NWI4 ______.._________31 8 aa 40 Mill..l. Grllfla __ __ 1.0 LoU 29 SO SI 82 85 A 88
, HI' Ir run E' .t rI"ht .0._ flWI4 of NWS4 a Ifof 8W.31 5 12 12d C. C. GriSu __ __.141.141 In Dowllng'a Add ______.. ___..21 a tt C. R. Mark .. ________. .
N Ice Ity to E line of Ror' III.t NEW of NWI4 _.________..._.._31 41 22 .0 Marion GIWon ____ 1.10 Lotala4ofBlkBlinLT.a:
{ then. N on avid Sao' "'I". to 8" of NEI4 a E4{ of NEVI of Co' sub div ......_______...__.21 122 John Mack .. .. .,__._..-
f"nu.r III..t In Trtnple's sub NWI ______.____________-----$4 II" 100 W. C. Foster __ II.'. LoU 1 t 8 7&. 10 of Blk 2 in
1 div thpn. W on B. t.o B.. W'1' 01 8W14 _______.__.?____ I 7 12 80 M.. M. GriPia ___ H.'. Davis A. Truby' add ...____...28 a It W. N. Murd.ugh ___?___
If thence II .Ion" Bp t.o bet In RPV of SW'4 ____.._____.____ I 7 21 .0 Unknown -_ __ L59NE4 Lots24a/&FracLot. Aa
of NE\I such low of Blk 81 John Add .21 a U Carrla A Georgia Mill..
1 i E44 ex or of 8W'4 ax 11 A la NW Lor: a-Ia -- ----.. !
of 1 land heretofore born Car ___-_______ ______ __._____ I 721 21 C. H. Marb __ 1.11 .. t t t 4 of Blk l i In
4i dt -- -_ -_---------_.----_.U 112 It lotto. Gupona _____._______ 11.7.Fra" NE'4 of NWI4 _____..___________ S 7 12 .0 S. A. Curter ___ n. '.10 Temple' Add ______________._.29 I 22 A. B. Radncy Eat .. ...____... :
NP.4: of Rlk '.8 of R 1t W44ofSW4of8WI4ex1\ A Com at NE!: Cor of WM of NW

E&haSNWI4ofRIkSSof In NE Cor _________?__.____ 4 'I II It Francis Clark _ 1.50W4 K of SEK of NEK A run W 1 .
R 2 E. the whol. brief 111ft of NWI4 of 8W'4 ___._____ 4 T 12 20 Uoknuwa: __ __ '.10 100 ft to a pt of ,",,,. thence
by 170 ft N a IAsgin NE Coy of aIALot W 100 ft. S 807 ft E 100 ft
8 I:T"f.s cub dir .__.__-?_21 1 II I F. r. Turner ____ U. owned b. Andrew Jackson .. N 80* ft ktoo4J"'rn -- "--'-_-------tl a StWM Richard Reynold .. ____a
1 lot 51 ft on 8 .Id. of N4a SE Car of 811:14: of NW'4 __ ___ 6 'II 1 Quigley Lumber a lI""p" Co._ '.10 of L. T. A Co.
110 ft wide on W .Ide of Corn .t NW Car of SWt4 of NE cub div ___.____________.__.___.S8 a It W. E!:. Soell ? ________
Rt4of BIklSoff1EIn .. ru" Lou la2ofBlk$2In1.T.a
4" T.mple'. sub div -- --_-_--.--__Il I U I ltoa. Willi..... ____ USE W 710 rt. N 180 ft u beO n.I 7 II I A..I. Lee . .... L28Et4 Coa sub dir ___--____.________29 a tt Will Sander .. ........_____
, . or Blk I II of a I BW4 of NEI4 of NE'4 a 8E'4 Lou il5a4ofBlk4t.Tam..
of Rlk 1 II of R IE of NEil. ________________.. __._ I T h 10 J..... Clark _ __ 1111 pies Rdd .__________________.__........ H. A. Shaver. Company _____
' a8E'4 of Blk1NofP 1Aonendof W/4o-NWV. W 88M ft of LoU B A. 7 of Bib

I E. NW4\ of Rib I 8 of of NE" E of Rp __________.._ I T II 1 Harriet Odom _ __ 1.11 17 In Original' z0"L.t.-.-..-......... Theo. Tlaon -- -----._____ .
R I E aN'1' of 8W'4 of Bp. I "h... 8ofNWCarofNE Iota 8 4 A ; 8
elk 1 II of R IE" N ? 4 of 8W'4 a run 8 I eh... of Bib A In Jones Add _____.-1* a U Dr. ;J.; P. Tomllnaon ___
of RWI4 of 131k I 1 = R E 10 oboe. N a ...hna. W 10rhns 8 Acre In NE"", of SEK!! of SE
g k' E In Templa'.ub. : __ _____21 9 II 11 N. By Hull __ ___ U.I" to..beg. ax W I A ________._ I 1 IS I Mary Joln.r _ __ 1.111) V,. lee IV., A in NE Cor and
1y" A arm at NW Car of Cantor 8W14 of NWV( a. S% of NW'4 bounded E by Sec. line S by
r. 12" and Fltark. a La..u.p pub- of BEt4 __._.____________ ._. I 'II 06 .James Clark x __ 7.27N1a Rr. W .by Blltch place In tc....
Ito/ road a run W .Ion" ..oldRt of NE\I of NE44 ______..__..9 7 IJ U Perry Newom. __ __ ...01NW'4 erly'a Add --'----- -------'--.-2' 8 12. Unknown -- -- -----------.. ;
'RO ft to land of N. D. of toIE'4 ex It .... I. 5E Lou 1 A 14 A SM of LoU t A
".....m.n.hen... N dung add Cor ___ ______ 9 'II .0 C. R. Marti. ____ 1.1. 13 of Blk IS In L. T. A Co'
p. I"nd 2110 ft then,. E .30 ft NW4\ or NW14 .__.___________1<1 7 II .0 Perry Nerwnm __ _____ 7.10 Add ........ -.....-......"..."23 112 Joe Hill William* -. _._____ ..1
t. add road then II .Ion" 10WI4 of AW4s ______________.10 'U .0 ..... N. E. M.hoo. ____ '..8'SWI Lou 1 t 8 12 18 A 14 of Blk 17 ,
,1. add ....d to bra In T.mpl.', }. of NW-------------------\ 10 T u n A. J. Grlffla _____ 7.10 L. T. A. Co a cub dlv _________24 t 22 Anaclln Waller .. ______
nub dlv __ __..______________--22 1 II I ;roa; Morris ___.__.____ t.08 8W .Dr NE'4 a. 8W'4 of 8EV:
f T A In IW!! Cur nf 8E'4 of N of NWI4 ________._________..11 T 21 69 W. C. Foster. _____ '.00 --- -- ---------------- - ---
r WI4 o-------------------2 'II 7 unknown __ _____.__ 199C N4 of NWV4 of 8W74 ----------IL T 21 211 M. G. Gdfs __ ________ 4078W74 NnTII'P
W.. 9 II Jf!6 M... 8. L. Alvana __ 10.1' of NW% ____.__.______.11 7 12 4'1" M., 1':1I..betb' C. Grtlfla _____ 11.81 Notice I I.. hereby fflven to all concerned that the Board of County Commlaalonera fn F h
I NE34 or NW'4 of SW% ________11 41 II 10 8..lIow" Hopkins __ _-?_ l.liS All __ ._u ____._n..__.._ ._...16 'U 41.0 Paul B..... __ ___________ 70.eo ford County Florid. lttinit .. a BOARD OF EQUALIZATION on Monday July 8th
W 1ft A of NWI4 ot REI4a:' E"It" of NE%" a NW'4 of NEV4!: and cuntinulnic ... such from day to day until July 8th 1020 made the following; chan.
N I A or 01 SW44 of .
IIE'4 1'1 .f Prrk W44 road __________21 S II 11 R. O. Bower _____.. .... 736E4 aNE.SW44 of,. of SEI4 NW'W04_______._\___of_.--76 7 U 4QO Paul Bra __ ___ _____.____ 14.12 of the County tax rolls Commuwlonen on Ale" .with the will County be In Axewor session on of Monday Ta.e*. Further August 2nd.notice 1920 I* given to hear that comp the '
of 11(14; of NWI4 a. 8Wt4
NW"% of NWI4 A 8'ri1' of NWI4a
of IIP4: uf NW14 ________11 'II 111 F.pbram" Adam Than __._ 490Np:144 OIE'4' or 8W\4 ________._____11 T .2 180 M... E. B. Dew __._________ II." Attest if any there be, why the \aluation. an fixed by them C. A.shall ROBERTS.W. not .tand.
: .
: of 1111:', ._ ________.____.26 I 12 411 W. C. FOIIter __ ________ 118RW14 Nty or NE44 a. NE'4 of NWI' 'II 120 E. B. 0- __ _4________ 112.11/
of IIW 4 ________.________.21 6 21 411 Wm. E. V.rboro..b _______ $11t iii'" of NE",. _________ ___It 7 22 'II &I... E. B. DNa __ _________ ....4 T. WEEKS.. Chairman Board Bradford of County CommlMiClerk. "
NWI4 of IIF.14 ________ -.6 1422 411 r. L. Oelger __ _____---112.90 Alf NIl of NW4of NW'4 W County Florida.M
,t! W% of AW\4 of IIW\4 a X844rat of By 19 D, Moore .... 2.92All
-- ----- O..rrl. Tp.
NW""% or SWI4, .1:" corn _? .:: :::::::::::::::::::::23 ; :: 610 ..rB 70.00All : I A In liE Cor of N14 of NEt Nacre From

't, llJ11 rdoo 1'1 of SW Cor or 4.NW4W I ------24 'I 22 040 Paul Brow __ ______._____ 10.00 01 NE' a 8'1' of NE'4 of
. of SW'4 a run E 117yda All n Wry of 8W\4 __.________.Z5 'I 112 GOO Paul Bra __ __ __._.________ 88.11 NE'4 Ir 8 IB4 A of NW
N UO 1'.1. W 147 yds.t NW',4. of NEV. % N'riI' 01 NW.2.. 'I U 120 Paul Bra U.U
8 110 yda to IH'. __________.__.2i 4 21 U ThIIO. Tlaon.: ____.__.:____ U..O 1 A In NW Car of EIl, of 2W14 L. of, or NE.NW\I a8 a8W 1844" A ofNE' of
, I' 4 wt4 4. of or NW\4 tlW14\ or of 74W1i BW4 .a.. N'I' S of NWV cc 1 A for church ___.11 7 21 5 1.n"l. Hickson __ _______ 1.47N4 NE", Ir SELi of NW'4..._._ 11 I 11 140 Henry Bummers ______.601
or NE'4 aSW4 of NEt4
.. \I led Art'... _.___.______._...__.41 9 II .0 Polly A Drew _____________ 17.91NE14 a EI.ft of IfW\06 Ir NW'4 of 4 Bin of NE'4 or SEI4 a. S ofBEL. ,

", E 1 A of of SW'I NWI4 of NWI.\of NE'4\ __?S__-N ot S U 10 8. r. Morgan __ _.___-._____ 919t NW\4\ ____.________?____.__.._.21 7 U 210! Paul Bra __ _______ n.1I of. -----------------0 E44 u ._________.____._._ 11 U 0 4 11 14 lOll.0 Virgil M. .... Brown Weeks __-'________..__ 1009Et4 120

8W" of NE4 a. N4 or N44 of SE" ___________._._____ ..
NE" or $4
_ 44 1 11 .0 Charlie Re..rr __._ 16"S1 "
I.uhlle mad __u_-_ __ ---.n 125 5 M.. Dora Slbl.p __ _._.___ 11,11EI. NW'4 or IE'4!! ___..__________.25 7 II 8f W. F." __ _______ '.IQ of NE'4 a, 81':14 of NW
.{, of NEI4 nr SWI4 of NPr V4 1'1' or AWI4. of NW".. ___aauaU 'Ii 20 ". H. Wilson ..OT a NE44. of SWI4 Ir S'riI'
( a I AIn NW Cur of SE44"c : I Iof
B.s .t S pt 310 ft E .f a pt .___._______ 1 11
5. 8W4 a SEV4 s .110 A. B. Fletcher ___.1000
NI': .. _11 1 S
/ W. M. B..n __ ________ 5.29
- -- -- 1136! .Ie 1'1 of SW Cor of NE\4\
< of .____________ _.
\ 9 I 11
IIRL. lE\Io .d M. B. Powell _ '
of N14411: 1 II u ___ _ 18'1
4 Wt4 of -I4of SWI4 5 C. E. Murrhw ______._ ..80 of NIt'4 a- run E 7/0 ft. 8 162is 844 of NE'4' a NEI4 of 8W14

Corn .t 1'1 ECor or 8EI4 of NF.14 ,.. W 710" ft. N 112 4 Ida a NIl of SE'4 --____________ 10 6 11 200 A. B. Fletcher ___..-1600
: arun W 'Ka f.. then.rat to bcR ___.._________________.00 7 12 T 1. P. Peoples. Art ___ '.11 N'\I\ .r NE'4 A 8E44 of NE44a
Hnulh Esatrriy to s pt 121 ft 1'1'1' or Rib 6 I" Hsmtno --------3'') 'I U Dr. W. E. Mtddletun ________ 25.8L N'riI' of NW" a 8W14 ofNW"
s W of Non line on S .aide ofNEV Lntoo 1 A t In 11 'II 13 a 16 ofRlk Ir NlofJ DINE'" of SE
or NE", a.hone. South 4 In Hampton ._ .._____--30 T II M... Hester Jonas 92AEV4
______ 11 L. aS". of 8E4 of SE'' c.__. 11 I 14 280 A. B. Flether.21N
Easterly from said ROil Floe ft to line a. pt th..120.. II or SE4. _??_____ .?__.__0' 'II .0 N. P. ___.__ '..8'NW4 SW'.4 A !SFt t of NWI4 II I 11 ZOO M.. Anhella A. Man. IIKO
nl AW4$4; 'II 4'' P..I Bra __ ___________._ '..80Eov 8EV4 of NE'4 a- NWI4 of NEV4a
120 ft to 8.. line. 'be.e. Non of !! .. of _.... U N. P. Cauth.n ___________ .
of a ofSWt4
.. 8... line to'. be" __..____of____ 9 'n 11 Polly A O..w ___________ ...S 8.... of N Yo f. of NEI", f 8E14 __34 T 22 110 Unknown __ _______ 1932 NVj a. BW14 NWI4 of SE44 SIl a E44of
.1,, A In 8E ( of
( .r NEVL
flEI4 helna I A 1'1 a8 a OEM or BWt4FofRya5AIn SP.L: _.. ._- __ ._________.__ 12 I 14 380 A. R. Fletcher --------21).,.)
SW Car of RW'4 of SE4III' T 13 11 H. M. XI". _.________ 11." NE", of .__._________ _
14 A F. aW ___._________..-t7 1 n I Theo Tloon __ ______ '.05 NEV4 ___ 13 I 14 40. W. C. Willi.... ______._ no
RF14 of NEI4 ex shout I A oRI' B A corn .t SW Car of NW'4 of All en. NE",. or NEV4 ________ IS I 11 81111 A. 11. Fletcher. ____.___1600
SE44 arun P' 810 ft 1'1 III') a or ___ _ ..
E dds a 8 A In NW ('or F.1.i. N4 NWS4 __ _ 1. I 18 400 A. B. Fletcher8000
4 a4 AInSW Cara NEV4 ft. W filII ft. S 1111 ft. tD ..... .__341 T 22 5 Jarnr B. Holder ________ ...411NW4 814 of 8Wt4 ___.______.____ 16 I 18 80" W. C. P. Ke..a ________ 260
.,f IIE'4 Os shout 4 A In liE Cur \ or 8E'4 ... 1 A 10 8W NW 4 or NW 'L. ..-.-__________ 15 I 18 eo R. A. Williams ______-__ 18'1'
a I AInNWCora44AIn { 'or$4 7 12 .1 8. B. Wood.rd _____ '..1'NF.4 NE44" Ir Ely d NW'4 Ir NE .
jl SE : S n II W. M. Bryan t.n or NF.4 a. Hof NWt4 N-1. of 8WtA a .W f AE14: ., 13 5 11 810 A. R. Fletcher _------21110
-- -------- 141.4
oCor. we"Np'I of '
Corn ; NE'4 a.11 8'1 .r NWI4of of NGV. a of NEa
of SE44 of NE'4' W of Rp .. NI.ft of S 204{ of NW'4 Ir N262.3
EV4.W4 run NI1W1I :. W 100 fr: s W.4 of NEV4 ?_._____._______ I 5 II 81 J. M. Hemp __ ?_____ lS4S A or SE'4 of NWI4 a N 241aI

N a.1 ft E 100 h to b.9r ---,25 S II Richard Rpnoldao ______ 1.50 All AV4{ or NWI4 of NEil. E!: of A of BWI4 of NW ____._ 18 I 18 2&3 W. H. Nettles ___U'I
Con 1110 ft W of 1'18: Car of Rp _____I ._.... ._...__.__._____ I 5 U 1. 8. P. Gufford .______ '.It E4t of 8E14" .f 8W3. a 8'4
w44 of NE'4' of 8E14 of 1'1rc" Ere nf SW\iI\ of SE\4 W% ofSEI4 of 9W44. of SE44 _____. 141 I 14 .0 W. U. Hammona _____ 15'')
' arun S 216 ft. W 1011 of 8E" ____...___ __ I I II 411 Mrs. Clan B. WUilama ____ .19 N45 of NE44 a. 8W'4 of 8W14." IS S 18 120 A. B. Fletcher ____ 9"0"
1' y .. ft." 1'1 238 ft E lOt ft to btu--BS 1 U Q.n.vs. Tawns _____ .10 floe at I4 See' line or I.ft MII. t 8W''.. or NEIIo a 1'1\10\ of SE.... .. 21 I 14 Ile' W. H. Nettles _____.__ l4Pu /
1 II of IlIk I In I1tar ____ ___ Ill... : .. ___ 16lf Poet on N line of Pro. I a run of NE., _________________. I. I 11 II" A. B. Fletcher _______ 8"1"
rf 1nt I of Dlk In Starke ?._.-.._____._.. .I. TlvQnutciM .___ laS 8 90 dears... E 13" ft for a NII4: of NEIL a 8W44 of 8W'4'
W 2924ftofLots Sai.f. .t.rtln. "Int. said At being 10ft a. NW4. of 8E14 a. tlE'4 of

nlk n In Starke _...___..________ The Tiaon __ ___._____ I.... from renter of Ry trash. ... SE of RW4.-? .____________ IS I 11 150 A. B. FIber ____.___1' .
1 Lot then.. 11 ftt'1' d........ E panlIcI ,. 6 N un.___________ 24 1 11 40 John C. Brown ____.__.
r 6844 ft ENasW byf I olftBtN. : I with R. III n. thence 1'1 Etta. or 8Et. a. AWIy" of !IE... .. 28 I 18 120 M. A. BIa.kwald.r ___

+ al. huunf\td N by J.ff..ntI. 6614 dawr.ea. F. .0 ft then. 8W4" of SEL a- SEf SW\Io\ 11 I 11 80 .. J. Knight ________
W by land of Vida V. N $4 j, d".._. W 10 ft. thence NW44" or NWI4 a NWL of 8
M..n, 8 b. Call 8t. a a; bp, A I!! 11'1' ..... W /U It to pt W8W.. .... of NW44" ex I
Blk I 17 In Stark. ._.. 8. ". 10.90GA of .bee IngN or NEt4 ______ 2 II II a. M. King ___ ..11 A n NW Car to church ______ at 118\ 115 Lonnla .___
I of 141k 26 In .- -::::::::::-:::-:- :'... 'lo W.; B'Z' = 10.521It : REI4 of NW'4 a W4 ot NW All liE'% of NM44 lying S of "
ES4 Dr lot I a Lots II 6 a7 Wt4 a NwI4'4 I I 23 at2 W. C. Faster _____._._.___.: 11.19 public rued 1 ken I A In NE
.r Hilt 2R In tark. __________ Quigley Lumber a- Supply Co._ 11 49 SNWW. of-AWi- Cnr.-I A a W 2MII polo of
4 fat II of Hit a1 In Stark. ____._____.__ Q"lltlop Umber a Supply Co._ 11.It a. E% or SEI4 of SW14 __ I II 110 M.I.Mf... Ca _____ II.UII EI'.. 01 SWI of NE" a. W
Lots C a. 11 of hlk 54 In ". M. led or Eno' of ElF.14 nf NEW 9 5 11 10 Unknown __ __ _____._ 1.51 2KII Jldao or NWI4 of SE14. a

1 Johns Add to Stark. -,_________ 1. L. Warren mot ___:...____ 11.11 WLI, of NE'4 of NEI4!:" aNW" PE44 fo 74E14 ; ; .2 I 11 101 R. F. Harden .____.__
Lots5/95fracLofaAaa 01 NE" aW4 of AWI4 of SEtA NWI.t a -Ei.--swi4'{

,!, Dr hlk II In J. M. Johns Add too N1I4: aNW'4 a. NW14 or S of NW",.,. u __ -u__ sa I 11 M r.. ,.. Fr.II.k _____.
Stark. __. ____u_ _.______ _______ Carrie a G.orgta Milia _.___ 11." W\4\ aWI.i.{ or AW'4 or I'IW'4' 9 II II 280 W. C. Faster __._______ II." Elk\ .f.. SW'4 a. SW4W.. of SEIlo
Lo. II aor IUk U In .J. M. EIl .r NFI4 of NW' aNW" a s'! .. of NY, tt of SEIoo ___.n 13 I 18 140 Jesse J. Bielling __.__

uhn. Add ttJ IIrka!! ___.__.____--........ 1. T. Q..I.lep ___ "H or NWI4. ox I A n SE!: Cora NN4 .aII.4 of 86.44 __u____.____ II I U .110 .... B. FI..tohar ___"_
Lon I a N I/O It of Lot I of 8W'4 of NW4..iiA In NWk4 of NW4 a. 8E14 of N

Rlk 111 In J. M. Johns Add too Ell': Mr a- es I A In Nt!: 'ora W14 of-NEtS" a-NEI4 .__ 14 11 tlA. Joke C. Brown _______ 901
Ntark.------------------------ 1. T. Q..I.I.p _______ 14.111 !lE'4.f NWVee 10 A In of NW4..
Iotal a- Ira84otLuaISof NWC AInNECor11! \I 12 IlO 1. D. Rlltbranc1 __.__j404 aSW"" of NW44" a N'1' of
1 Dlk 1InLTacos N4 of NE" ______ _____11 I I' I" C. H. Drak. _____ II." SW'4 a 8EIIo of 8w4 a W

Add to tll..rk. ___ ..____..____..______ ..loa Hili WIlIIa_ _____ ".IS N 820 ft of NEV4 of 5W14" a II: WIl 4 of 8E14 ----- -. ___._._____ ae I III BftO A. B. Fletcher .____._11.11
Lot 4 .. 8 II tt .I Silt U In I... 446 fL or IIEI4 of 5W144 a 81.i. 2 of NE44" aSF. ... of NEV4 .. 1 5 1. 121) A. I. Crawford ____ 54)' )
T a Co' Add to IIt.rk. _____________ On 8<,... _____ 11.1' of NWI4of REI4asW4Aa ELjo of NWI4 a- NWI4 of NW
4 Iota II a7 or Blk 11 IeLT IIW\4\ of SFt4!! a. NI,4 .f SE!: 6I4, :wCE': : of "S"f"8" a 844

a. Cos Ad.1 to Starka ___.._._.___._. P. M. His, ___ . . '.0' V.I4 of IIE'4 a81(, of HI4or oI '" a
Lot 7of Dlk$4in> 2..V.aCo'. !''IE'4 .. A In NIE Car N 1'1't 1 1 11 3110 .... B. Fletcher2704
Ad.1 10 $1-ark. __ ____._..__.___ Dan Do... _____ '.18 of R. --_..___.__.___.__._____.15 I 12 111 Brooklya Land Co. __ I'U'' jw'ti;;
Lots S a 4 or W"of Blk SAInNWCaof8W14ofNW14 WI4 .s \I A In NW Cor ____ 1 1 III es B. E. Brown ___ __ 300
1 In I.Ivln..ton. a Co' t \ ____.______.____11 A U I Robert G.I. __ ____ l.n NW44" or sw'n a I 18 4), A. 8. Fletcher; _. Ih)
cub div _____ .__._____-__._..____ Roo. CUlt __ ________ '..20Blk N4 of NWl4 of NE\ot a Wt4 NE44"" of 8W'4 -- -..___.__.__. II I 18 .0 A. 8. i'I..h.r _._..__ 1I,1t, )
III h' I.IvlnpWn. Truby a aNWI4 of AFt4' ___..---1/ II 12 380 R. D. Clayton ___ "5579 AE4." of NW"", a E'1' of Bid.}.. 1 I 18 120 8 R 0.._.. 1110
Co' cub dlv __-________ R. M. EII..o ____ 11.11 lW\4\ aNW"", of 8E.,. _________.11 I 12 21x1' W. C. Four __ ____ IIn .ofa '- -- 1 0 111 110 F. B'. 0.0 ::::::-.:::: $64 1 184t
81h 11 a. 811 In Livingston' Tru- I.ot 4 _u_.. ___________-_______11 I" l II Unknown ___................. ..01 NE4.. IT14A911 NE: Cora
.4 4 by a- Coo cob div _______u_____.__ .... O. Jenkins _ .n 11.11 !>>OF.4 or NE" a E'1' of BE of of NW1ex11AinSW"
4 84 or Sib U In Livlngstn TNb. NEIIo __________.._____,...-.22 I 12 RO Unknown __ ______ 110 Cot a. drip of land lit Ida '
b. a Co'. sub d.r, _____.__?___.__.__ 1. 1. Aaron _.- ... 1.11 lOw" of NF.4 a. Lot 1 I a a ._.11 1 21 ISI "....... Mf... 00. ____ :aII wide I, 8KI .dao lung 0" 1'1 .Ida I
Lot II of hlk .11 In Llvln""toa" NWt4 of NW'4 __ ______.___ .13 3 II U a. D. Clayton __ 189NWI4 of SW\oo\ .--__ _" _____ II 18 a25 John W. .
Truby a. cos sub div .._h____-___._.d Julia Goodwt.a _____ 1.55 of SEI4 _____.._.__-__.-la 1 12 .d Unknown_ ___ .____._ lilt N4' of NW4y. -- --_______ ._ p 8 18 Lot" A. A. BI.IUnll Sidling__.y_' 9
.4 het 5 or hlk .2 10 LivingeWn J B. M. DOWLING Tea Collector S4 40r"rN'k".. .. .. -- .NWU S U 40 ". F. Willum4 .___a. _

Truby a- Co' sub eUv __..___ _._u____ Julln Butler __ _..........._ 118W4 9W44 .f NEtr4 a a- SE44 SW4.. of or I 11 120 W. A. rookl -_______. I
or RIk U In Livingston NW1 11 II 18 811 .... B. ,
Fletcher _
._ __ 4'
T 7nlhy'a sub div ___________..________ 1_ .Johnson (CoI) ___ ..... TOWN TAE NOTICE: NE44 A a- NE44. of NW4.. a 11
of NW
44 8E14 _.
Llvluaston. Truby a N"tl. 4 hereby .I.on that the described I.nda will be sold .t publw . 14 0 14 211 J. 0 Than 8'
oetfon NWt4 of
Dlo..Jb': dlv :_ _______ A. o. .Jenkins ___ .__ 4901.ota NE44 .-----________ 10 1 II 40 1" Ii Grah.-----
-- - --- ------ -- -- nn the FIRST MONDAY IN AtYOU9T. 1 92U. It b.iar the end day of said month. .t 14 of SE - 144
12 R 7 ... 11oDevi. / !Ilk I 10 AI.rk.. In the County of Bradt"..... State of F Iorlda. or so much thereof &II will ba n.cweary 1I'f. of Low -a-, B-----------__. II 1 11 .0 J: ,. Duu"I... :==
I. Truby''. Add to 8tark._______ M... W. M. __:._._ ".11 -- ---..--?.,_ U 4 It UO
tn pay the amount due for taxes herein set ,pp _Ita the .ma.. tar.ther with the eat 01 ..aidsat. E&,. a- Ely of NW'4 a. N> of A. B. Fletcher -- .31
of ion B a t of ,4
Nos and
1,01 kl: : N.: J. Jun". Add ....___.__ Dr J. 1'. Tomllnoa ______ .1.11 .dv.rtlaln. lllLAIl SITE AWy" of NWI4.-- ---00__.____. 28 1 11 .H"" A. B. FI..bor .BSP
a S'1I of ---- .
k Lots Baof RIkCinNJ. Tat SW'4! 10 1. 120 vi 8'Croft ::
Collector Town of S..r.. Florida. Nty a
Jonrs Add to Stark.-------------____ T. 1. Alderman ____ 13.10 SW'14 -- ---------_____ 21 It 4.4 A'B FI..b-- 26./600
8 Lute 12 II aof 8Ik.. In T.... Taw I, All except NW1y" of NEIk" ?_ 22 1 It litlll A.: R.: Fla"h.r-==:

,S" I"!.". /IIdd to Stark. _- H A. Sh..r a. 00. _______ 1149ltlk n..erl..LI.n Sea T. R r A.. Owner a e__ N4Wtt 1.ofof NE44W4 -----_ of-NE__ la t 11 40 G W Hurst ___ 14'
1 9 In ",'nI_'. Add to> Starko_...n'....... M... Eunl. E. Canes _.___ 1.111 Lot T ot 1IIk 11 In L T. a. Co' aNE", or SE\4\a t4 -- J'

Lo 12 of Blk 24 In Tampl.'a Add add __________ __.__.28 I! I U )I... Hatless. Anderson __.____ 141.1" NW""44 a. w'1 NWI' 0'" SW'4 of "
to Burk.Unknown. __ ______ 158 Lo11141 $0fBtk 4aL.T.a' E'.4" of sW'4 a 8 ]:-

I Lot 7 .r Ilk n in'e'' Add Co' cub dir __ ____. .____...__.28 II 1. 1. Aaron _______ 1.85 t 8Wt/o( aNE14of BE
': to Starks ___ __...-_.. _.____.__________ .. J...... Green mot ___ __ 154Lot law I a of Bib C I. Jones NPL4: aa-8ta:: ; of 8Et B t ..-'-'- 2. 4 119 ..') B. Fletcher ___I n
I of Bib 85 in P..k'e Add Add also. Lot of lend .bounded E w 4 of -- :: : 441) A.. & Fietab.r .l
to Stark- --_--__--_-_----_--- ____ Mamu M.rvl.k .. _______ U$ h. A.... N II" land of Nutty of RWI4 8W'4 aSEI4 a. of BW'I4 39 120 Nathaa Hurst -- 696 ,
8or ,
11 of Alk S In N. T. Rite),. W sw '
lots 4 9 b. Sanderson .. "
: .. _ ____._._._ Mrs. Tytay, L.vifoa ____ UO 1 'a8"1t of NE4 ---.--.--_.. II 1. III''
Rising Add to Stark. -- tune a 8. Pratt 8. _____.____... I II T. 1. Alderman __ 1.71 NWL 4 a. W\It or 8W" 10" It' B. Fietaher 1301
L.ue1TalMBlhYJ. 9k A.. ___ .t 8W Cor of Mn_ + 42.. 4 1. ItO A. B'Fleta" + \111II
a. 1. T. Q"Jrlap _____ ...0 ... N6.I4: a. NEI4.. of NWk4" -- ____._ 21 "': --.180 IIIIf
G. AI_... to IIt.rk. __._.___ tie a IOIadteon Sta a MIa II Nt4 1 1. 3dA B' Flatehe..u.I')
,4 lltark. bounded 1126 n WillI ft 11f W .2 -- --.----____.____ 2d 4 It : : .
I Lot of land I. ft 320' A. B. Fl.taMr. -:::: ),
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FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920 "

_ __ __ __ h _. _
( using the boat for the transportationof =

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. liquor. One after another crew of -

colored fishermen have taken the
row r""' I chance
and made the dash of seventy-

: ; Live* State Newsuutwi.awww.wsn ] i had only four the to miles be boats released across taken and under from one under one them they The "How I saved.

\ a..a.e..u.v si .a a'''' &.#Oo -.oI I II flailing crew take the chance but they

I Told by Our Exchanges. are not the one to take the risks of

I laMing the boats, for the major partof -
- - -- -- -
\ :- -- -- -- - -- them are owned b>' fish companies. a. poncemanS life"
- - -
I Dozens of boat are now out of cotni -
Fifty-five cars watermelons have and, the larger falls being on the
i mission because of lack of truntwor-
shipped from Williston last
been week higher grades of material. Flooring
i, thy crew to ue them for legitimate
and prospect for heavy shipments hat dropped from $115 thousand t
another week per purposes. .As a result practically no EVEN THE: egg. DID SMELL good.WCFE .
during are good. to
$85 in the last 15 days! j' fish are coming into market. .,Ti\ .

I : : TIRED that morning. AND I followed .hlm.u 7
Frederick G. Bradley of Jacksonville > .
While .
phosphate shipments from NEWS UATIIEKIXG
died in St. Luke' hospital Tuesday Tampa last month were .., I .a *nu CHE. ecTeo.DIDN'T INTO A store,
night of injuries sustained at PabloBeach tons \. .
when his lacing automobile less than in the preceding month, the Not long; ago:' a man put a two-inch FOOL HE THREW down two dime*. .
overturned ly mo one bit.
June movement
was heavier than any advertisement in the Telejrraph.Vhen .
on the beach cpeedway. other month since the war CXCl'ptlay! I,. the paper having the ad was received _:J'/7l BUT WHEN after' breakfast. AND SAID. Tbn. .) .aiu ." i

During the past month 122.722 ton's he put on his new spec for the first! .
The fourth case of bubonic plague AND SO did I.
of phosphate were shipped from Tampa .time and -looked at the ad.. The glasses MV CIGARETTE tasted awful. .
officially reported at Pensacola
was Citizens by water, 58,890 tons being exported magnified greatly; and it appearedto . AND SO I'm still smoking.
Wednesday in mass meeting to foreign countries the remain. him to he four inches! in length. lie IT WAS too>> much. .
demanded that the commission .
pass der going C088Depositor !got mad as a hatter and immediately AND STILL kern that. .;.
an ordinance providing for rat exter I AND A grouch tttartej. .
wrote to the Telegraph threateningthat .
mination. *> OFFICE BOY anti I lot
!! of the defunct State Hank he would not pay for more (,pace AND WALKING to>> work . that. g;

Fifteen thousand dollars worth of of Kissimmee the doors of which institution than he had ordered. . HANDSOME POLICEMAN live.i
were closed by order of the Was he unreasonable ? Did he act I SWORE off 0mokliig. .
liquor was seized by Duval county of state comptroller two weeks ago, have in n ridiculous manner? Perhaps so AND I'M going to boost
ficials aboard a small boat which AND DECIDED to flro. .
their from
through attorney petitioned the the common standpoint, but not .
docked Jacksonville .
at Friday from judge of the Seventeenth Judicial Cir- from the newspaper man's. lie was THAT MAN I followed. "
Key West and Miami. MY' O FFICEboy. . .
I cuit, asking that he "do immediately not at all moreu nreasonaMo than the .

institute criminal proceedings against average; persons, who believes! that BUT JUST before 1 decided. FOR PRESIDENT. a or somothln

Willis Andrews, of runts, Gurdn, those responsible for the wrecking of the newspaper man, like Odin, has a FOR REALLY those cigarette..

colored, was shot and killed Monday said bank." bird on his shoulder to tell him all TO KILL a Il Uccwau. *,..&- .,- > !
night by another negro as the outcome that I is! going on. ''You didn't mention DO SATISFY. I

of an altercation that occurred The contract for the North St. Lu- so.and-llo-why didn't )'OU'" is a A MAN passed mo. t
I among the negroes! at the Colored Odd cie reproach often IlI'ar'hl1e '
drainage! district has been definitely a reporter a nlillT, of that. spicy aroma
Fellows hall, where a dance wi i in I closed bonds! to the amount of $1- he or she is the only person who SMOKING. A.cigarette.. JUST fine Turkish anti Domrntfatobacco "

progress. 100,000 have been sold validated and knows anything about the so-and-so! AND SAY but tho smoke will make you hungry, for

delivered. Work on the 75,000 acre matter, he or she religiously refrained this! "satisfy" smoke. There are

Tampa I is! worth considerably n.ort drainage project will be started by from telling: the item, yet finds fault THAT DRIFTED bank. blonds and blends, but none like)
than five millions in cool cash annually because I is this one. Chesterfield'.) blend la a
it SometimE'sthe
the Canal Construction Co., of Chicago not printed. w octet and it cannot bo copied. 1
to Uncle Sam. Figures, not Including just as soon as machinery can be newspaper. man finds himself 4,

the Income tax, show that Tam. I placed on the ground; within the next treated very coldly by some individualand \'.

pa added no less! than $5,774,745.24 to five or six week*. wonders what can be the cause. f '

Uncle Sam's coffers during,: the fiscal Eventually he finds out that some act !ii 4

year ending June 30th. Not in years or for a long time before of the individual was not mentionedin r ,1 KraO <

the war have so many ocean liners the paper, because he had never ,. ,

West Palm Beach has signed up a passed Palm Beach, in a southerly( heard about it. The individual thought

contract for a $1,000,000 band from | direction, as now. It would appear as himself slighted on purpose. The man

Minneapolis. The contract calls for Iif shipping had been revived to a vast on the paper wants as much news as

10 weeks of concerts!, 132 in number, I i extent along the south Atlantic coast, possible and never make any diwrim.

at the city park, beginning in Januaryat particularly to South American and ination knowingly Some of the new!

a weekly consideration of $1,500. I Cuban ports, as well as via Panama i is told him voluntarily, some la had 1 CIGARETTES '

or a total of $15,000. 1 canal to the Pacific. through asking, but some news' is

i known only to small circles, or to on. _
ly and cannot be had unless L!ytLd. R
one person p
Rare of fish hurled '
were | George; Radford, white engineer; and
several blocks when a huge:' reservoirof R. Leo negro fireman, of the Atlantic told to him. :

the .Miami beach aquarium, the I!, Coast' Line train No 83, from Jacksonville There is no business trial in propor. ----r- ,

largest salt water tank in the world, j to Tampa, were severely injured tion to its magnitude requires so
built at a cost of half a million dollars in a head-on collision with a much clerical and other work and --- -- 1 JIH

collapsed this morning. No one wild engine north of Enterprise Junc- where so many things:'! Have to be keptIn take place within the roporter'' reachhe where are all your shuts lot 0 ill It or Every Tool. l 11710.00) \'.,I

was killed or injured. i lion SlitunNl)". A negro Pullman porter mind, as that of the newspaper in does hill bent to give good write- one has missed the mark. F.tlmd ., t..".""... Flu, and t..I.It. )' .4 I",1"

i _____ was slightly bruised. No a small t Iwo. The parson who arts as ups ; but when they happen in more I,i Nervous Ih''I'1Iit.I've liven wonder. hand .
passengers hi o.If mid ...1 bills In !
A tragedy occurred at Monroe Monday 1 or other members of the train reporter on a struggling paper, generally distant localities it in in mutt cases hIll about that myself, IiI'' They allswot .111I1..1 100'1.01' >> Ii.
Radfordset has also to be book-keeper, impossible to get the particulars. The to leave. here all right.Amencan , Cn.n.hM.. suet bill I" 0..1
afternoon when, in an altercation crew were hurt as Engineer: ,41,41r.m
over a car placed at the station, his brakes! before he jumped. The proof render, exchange\ render, solicitor death certificate in the undertaker'shands Legion Weekly.M CI, h\ ..I the .1..1- "",,'1. etatbillt--- ; f.j{11

for the loading' of J. M. Ogle- fireman had his leg broken, necessitating bill collector and the Lord knows and the marriage:' certificate in --- -- I.. .In.I.1 u .h __ IU.OO ;
: peppers what else besides helping at times in the county Judge's! office are the only < I. OP AI'I'I ICATION pnK TAX OEF.I C'usty Jwlso aual bill.n/ erholnal.ea.w ..
by struck J. F. !Mann on the head witha amputation just below the I'MItU, : Nt'1'Tlnv In OP I UK . 160011"
caused hill death knee. the mechanical department, and has source! of data. Rut If the umll.r.taker l.t.NtKAI.: : STAltmHNoll : J u.4o. .t tie bills In .,:'
l large; rock that a but little time to hunt news. Yet was not not engaged or the marriage ' o I. huivliiilvfli that. N. 1) Wyrtn, 'Ir"I".1 errs __ .___._ ._.. ..._ II.M ,,; 'l .
few hours later. up certificate available what > pure) .<.r (if lax CcrlUlt'al No. 1IH, flnti'ijI wit..,. t.. __ ._ _..._.._.._..... 1'11I.Ofl' I r
In an executive order issued at Tallahassee if ho is but given a hint of some Happening not I tin lint! far nr July, A. II 1''"7. I h., slid Cnurt: atnnoyraVhnrin 1..1.......' '
continuous of 12 to Governor Cotta has given orders he will do his best to "run it will you do about it ? Relatives do I I I add, flrrtlftaat In my tiffin sad h.. mit 700 acres corn I il, IMUO In accordance Khrrtl'' mmmiminI, an 'ann. eta
not to to the tumble of writing Itllealifin fur Iftv h. '
17 feet high in on the MucVlan Farm, that no one be allowed to approach down. On big wealthy papers there cute go with I.w. HUM. ffprtlllcntu .mil>ram*. thi ful- oulh; +etml .. .. ......".....:_...: 1011.0"" ; t7'F."llna
Marion This l is the most convincing nearer than /five feet of Robert are regular reporters in abundance to and thus! many deaths and mar. 1 liiwfiir dtwi'rilHid. i>n>iM county. .
they would find I rlugcii are not mentioned in the pa1 ford ,uu"l)'. Inrlilu. InwltNuuthwrHt / lily or Juww In lmtu.1 ...... :
Blackwell the condemned man nose up news; yet I
raise .
fact that Florida can I 1 WuHflitr of Noithwml''r. euay. and Juattee pear. 0ouru._ 1111.00 't'I
corn and the news is worth. who will ascend the gallows on Friday very little of personal items were it JlI'n. II..... JVIn. s. H. K. 21, K.: 411 ....... Tim "I.I"r.N.u, .ow ...____..___..______ I I II 011 '

super sending,: broadcast through the statesof July 23. The older specifies j justwho not because people in the cities are I So, dear render, if there is anythingI ,raid unnr Iniiil tif IxiliiK Huch DffrttHciit aMiicwNiMl* Itt the tit,dual. .tilini nf.the of I.A.- nwarvrA aw eunl4lanuelw _. ___on enU,1111 '

the corn belt. 'I may approach and converse with more conversant with the difficulty of I about your own or your friends doings\ L*. M rnn, K:'tjitttUliImM Total __ _ .....__........._..._. 'I1S.0U dt ,
'I I the prisoner. The order went further news gleaning than they are in small I that you wish to Ice published, see to old! rtlMoiita'. hull IN r.nI.m.d \
HticortJIrm U law 'u deed. will I I...m thrrwm, ;" : \
The Jacksonville Coca Cola Bottling and stated that all ministers of towns, and therefore assist the reporters it yourself and you will not li" disnpI on lh. Ills) il.. nf Auyiut. A. II. ID20.WltnnM I 'ofto..,

Company broke all previous records> the Gospel who might desire to go to I pointed. And if you see anything nip official' lunnturft and ....1 thU
The job in the of getting omitted that know the the lath day pf July. A. II ..U20 > '.l
Friday when they shipped to Pablo Black well with advice and consolation worst way you reporter W. T WEEKS!: 1,1,
Beach on ten automobile trucks 1,500) "must be searched for saws, etc"in : particulars that the small! paper i I was! aware of, don't think it van done Clerk Clraull (Court llrailfurd CIIU"',. Hurliln..

cases of coca cola to take care of the I order that there be no "sawing out has to contend with is when public or on purpose, but only throuth the lapse (lard") Hy C A, KNUilir' ,
functions or festivities take of his for he has 1-I8I\I-8.1S. Deputy Clerk DAVISAgency I ,i, '
thirsty visitors at the beaches Sun. of one cell to the other again.:' private memory on part .
place. It is impossible at the time to probably more to think of in one '' -

bottles day and in Monday.the shipment.A There. were 50,000 Cleo Ward, the;; five-year old ; get hold of all the many divisions and I hour than you have in a week. A paper I I 111.. hoard of county NOTICE rumtnla.lnn.w will murk I Ett. 1886 t :

I' ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. It. daUjlh.1 subdivisions, and after the events are j to always raring against:' time, and at t"iifourt I....... In "'.rk.. Klurlila. the
i Unit Molnlay In Aiivimt.. IttJO. 'ha tmtnict ,
over the who had chargeof when time for going to Is nearIng nama
the live near Euchevanna tips very person (press .
train of some 35 cars left 2nd day of tiatd month fnr th. PUHMMIA
route at 126 pounds.' She is the oldest girl the different departments seem to there are so many things' to attend t of hi'arina' romplalnu' from owni'ni or aK.".. INSURANCESTARKE :
Kissimmee yards Wednesday en neither know nor care anything aboutit. to by and writers that I of any ral or .....n.1 '.....,...rt)'. the ...IuI .
to the Wetherben Bros., of Texas, and I of a family of three girls:' who, except I printers I of whirl h... iMHtn chana-vd h, .Id ImardC. .
two shipments will be sent by this child, are normal in size. Cleo, I Mr. A tells the reporter to see \ something' may be forgotten.: Yet A. 'KOIIRKI'H. l
more who celebrated his fifth birthday last Mr. B, as he can give a full account; those who know much about newspaper Chairman Hoard of Tounlr Commlmtlftntn.llradford . i
the twentieth of this month. Therewill I ,
( lunt Florida.
< ,
be five thousand head in all, 1 Sunday measures! three feet, nine and Mr. B says he hadn't much to do withit work wonder why so few in intake* Attmt : .
some one-half Inches in height and is so fat but refers to Mr. C; Mr. C. refers and omissions are made There In W. T. WEEKS:
fine steers ranging,: from 2 to 4 yt'arllI Clark and Audl"'r.le3..811.,
I him back to A and so! on. From conscientious intelligent I
old. : that the flesh at her wrists and ankles! Mr more painstaking:,

v ,:: fall over in great lumps. Her eyes the fragmentary; notes! he get; from work expended in getting out I{ NOTICE OF ELECTION; I''

t.Jt'All Frank Davis -' -, of DrLand met I I are set away back from her cheeks, each, the reporter in at last compelled a newspaper than in getting; out any By the pnw*>.. vmt.d ,In then by th. rtahnoll.awa fl0tal1/trkaOtt1W1001uwimol0)WOnlKillulNlHtV\ : ,,' f"
> negro:
I Ii inch to give: an incomplete write-up. But other production. I of the s,.,. of Florida. tli. Hosed of
Fourth the cheeks projecting fully an
'with a peculiar accident on the he "'"""0 InMtruntlim of llrailffird. ftnunty hrl>yordrr COFFINS & CASKETS :
Davis, who was a novice at driving a I I from the eyes and when she laughsher ; lo, when the paper come out, how ---- an rlmition. to hi held In llrookrr 11,_
close to- is assailed by those who consider clal., Huh-nchrHil Dlnlrlct No. 111. on Saturday.
cheeks and eyelashes And Pull Line "
attempted to drive into a garage: I A LA DADDY a
ricar themselves slighted because they had August 14. 1V20. for lb. purls of *lMtltiirthru
lit the frame of the door, threw himself !Il1'ethl'r.:' hiding the eye from sight. triuUNNi and to drUnnln In* amountof Supplies rJt.
Y or through the windshield!, cut hh I Doctors, who have examined her say not been mentioned.! A* long' as the "Does the baby take after your mlllair to un I

jugular vein and dIed in twenty min- that she is normal in every way. paper Is considered a semi-public institution husband ?" asked Mrs. Smith. For th. puriKM. of hotdlnir aalil *)M>tlonthw AiriOMOIULK)! ; 1IInSE
, d
haw 1
.. in which all have a share, ifpublic following niananrni aiMMilnt t
q e utea.nV I "Yes, indeed! We have taken his J. J. Mmssn H. I*. G.I".,, A. A II....". Always on hand. 'I lie bent s"r-
anti i! Never; before in the history of the or private functions are not bottle away from him, and the other I. C. I'OWRLL, vice at the lowi-nt' pric4-H. Special j
and to the Chairman Ruani of "'...10110 |n"truntton, llrarlI >
have written sent
Palm Beach fully paper
Lumber prices at Tampa joined th" fishing industry at up day the little darling tried to creep II I ford County Florida.Allot attention (4, tfU-uraph or-

toboggan:' content that ha'!. be ,, f'-R- so> many fishing' boats and skiffs been those in charge do the paper an down the cellar step;)."-Chicago Daily I : TH., Hi'KiKitvri-U Embalmer: ')
E from ierviie because" of injustice. E. R "OPPELI.. 0
withdrawn .
ha" News.
luring high; .prices recently and Co 8unt. and Koey T-ttl-llt--ia p. ,
thoui the crews deserting the industry and )Every paper i I. anxious to publish -----._
fallen to $ I
off from $10 per 1- _, Ih DeW.TT C. JONES '
death! and marriages, and when they TilE ETKKNAL.: FITNESS: OF I I !
r b THINGS Notleit I. tivrphy. nlvon that the n..rd of I''I i '
143n. I County mmfiuilnntri tn And for Rrftrfftird 'IMrroJIJIII\1ICIJ11) JtllC'r.'rJl: I"irl1CIXIHrjJiIQJlllnJa! : ): ; ,;
THE BEST PROOF r mntr .t a m-wttnir held In July( 6. Idif, | I ,
.Jtt ll Toronto Kelly enter the following I t'rfatri> as his effort to get; the prize this year torn a. rqulnMt liy C'hMptr MHI4' AeUt oflain '
I nvrinir *h* ** on the spring chicken stories: "do BUBONIC PLAGUE IS t
and P'nrf.lnr.! for th* t\i>mywnr b*'
A Methodist preacher went, fishing, vtnn.nir OctMwr 1 I. 1020 and ,imdin' Hop-1 I.
+ YI Given by a Stark Citizen. and, suddenly sneezing, lout both nets tf>mlM>r M. IH21' CARRIED BY RATSCOCKROACHES ,f:
T FNtlmat f. .... **w ti
I I I Doan'II'K ''irn->. I rills were um-J- of his teeth in the river lie tied a \ nf 01.... of lb. circuit .ourtM "

1.- 'hev bruugl.t benetit. chicken leg on a string, dropped it in county auditor and cirri! In the ; /

Tin-. tory wan told to Ktarke reel the water, and as noon a* hg felt a I P.r"unfy Item mmlMlotir and mllra(! ". nf .otnmUfonm _. 1600.00 .

dents pull, drew out the line and found hisupper *, __. _ BOO 00 ,
T .. hal strengthened l the. fvl and lower teeth firmly fasten Par of dl-wliT for attnd.nna onI .
I( \I
I fount nmmlMitfin HO 00Attorn
d 'rceHa ed in the chicken'. leg.-Lawrence I *? far county *..mmi..nlnn- -.>.. "M" ""
.1 i AIt'll proV"n the riwult la itlnK. ( Kan.) Gazette. I I R*or of fftrUirattfin . 24000Rcnftlin
flllmon- ... to eounty hiilldlnim. ,
The testimony 1 Is home t ----- ----
I I Court hou* -? .. .____. . . 20000
The proof eonvtnclnirIi I Cold; Cause help! and Influenza Jan __ ._ __ __.. ._.. .,. .. aooooFiimltiif
be in Museums HUrk! and flitlur fore
soon be Investigated by ,
can : LAXATIVE IIROMO QUININE:Tablet ,.,m"'he coat hou* .. i 1110 oft
rev .'. IItS CBIUW. There in null on. *'BrwoC. QtllukL' Jail . .. .. .. __ 100 00RKTMHMMI Mfllir KIILBD TODAY SC UMNOSTEARNS' $
You know what calomel is. It's Mrs J W Andrews, Madlnonvn.., w. GROVES .1.(......... no ho,. Jto/ : of county hnlldlnr.Janitnm ,
Calomel loses you a day and. other attendant* K10 OiI.f PASTE
It crashes Into oaYII' "I" I have used hone KIM 'y , fu.. .. .
Is dangerous r>t .1| and .1* flnonoIn
mercury; quicksilver. Calomel \'\11for\\ kidney. complaint ord I hu k. MISTAKE: !SOMKWIIEKK: : : .uranr* _? _...? .. ..?.. 00.00r ... it.aa OUT* M
sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel acties and hays rfolvxl flan rm' 'ita.I - .r. of Count Poor; WATER BUGS. RATS AND MICCi

attacks the bones and should never be put into your system. I feel JuHtlfled In rw.ommop.llng, this Officer of the Range --Here you, Atlnwann poor* houses madto. paup-fn. uiibiMof 2Il,. IM on aa.u.ra 01. rnoM_ YOU. DBALKJ

t m..dlclne." fnfttnwt I miniate : ...-

h On April 26. 191*. Mr. Andrewsaid You Guard Again Burglars, But FW" nf ""'.***!*. Juror. and wit- "I Wouldn't <;<. C'anipinK Withuut Rat '
I fiM.. _._____. _.._. 10400
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead "I think Junt the .iim" of'loan'lI What About Rats ift..nity 'lnftilrmF | ( Snap" Says Kay White
Plll 1 IH n"nT nf ( and e 7 dart Kidney now all Rats teal millions of dollar worthof and pHntlna' lOW If" and I iprni" our vacation

When you feel bilious, Iluggilb.COIUItipated calomel. It i* guaranteed to recommended ti' 'm b fore I hats grain, chicken, egg, etc. Destroy ';f>noral .talon.>ry>. blank. .te. XltO 00R rampuiK lam elm< , doll!! of rook-
liner without stirring :you up had return nf viilney trouble. since l *nord hntikii __._. _.. __...n 810 <"H
your no and to health.If \ brought rate We went to town,
and all knocked out aDd property are a menace ""..r".'"" r..ndr.d> br law and lug
ali tte. "
inside, and can not this remedy: cured mOl you are troubled with rat, try ,paid for hy ..."nt,. . ........- ((100 00r got some HAT !HNAP, broke up cake,
belie,. you need a dot of dangerous Don't take talom.l l! It make you Pr:,." sac at all dealers !><1I't RAT SNAP. It will surely kill them Tax _ ._ _.. __, .
8)1110) on
calomel, juat remember that your lick the net dar: ; it Woes you a day': lImply ark fna kidney remedy;; t -prevent odors. Cat or dog won't Taw. BtmMMnr aoll rtor _-_ --_u--.- .....,__ peen OOHhwriff rat alright-bK fellow" Farmer,

druggist sells for a few cent. a large work. DoJuon'i Liver Tone itraighV Dnan'H Kidney PI1Jthe! same that touch it. Come in cake. 8 sizes, "**.....1 ."..... wor*. _. . fliW) 00' storekeepers, housewives, should. use

bottle of Dodaon'i Liver Tone, which enl :you right up nd you feel great, !Mrs A-'lr' w had< router.!Mllbnm I'' 25c :;Oc. $1. Sold and guaranteed by ri4>.rt n< .ral el r snort ult spurt work, rweorttln.- -..--and., 120 00Kxt i RAT SNAP. Three *sizes 2Bc/' T 0c. $1.

i* and to [ Give it to the children became It Ll Co., Mfr' DnfTalo. N Y Mit hel1'* Drug Store and DeWitt C. .nHMi of Imitlon I :__ : : .. BOO 00lnAxr Sold and guaranteed by J. M. Mitchelland
entirely vegetable pleasant \ \* ?? _.. .,.. .._.. u__.? HOOOOKvtj
take and I I. a perfect iiifantitute for perfectly hannlaj and iomnt ripe.rn'"if ,aw. . ..' ... w An.S Jones. .-4" .rv.d for .ontJn' ..n-.l.ia ,.-mow,_ u__ IIMOOO. DeWitt C. Jone


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"t'it; LAWTEYLawtey. I comers, for we need more new blood !
FARMER BROWN and more capital. We have the climate -

.. July 16.=Mrs. C. V. Mayo and where the soil is properly It's dollars
and baby of Pollard Ala.] are visiting: handled] the returns are as great as .
her :Mr. and Mrs. James II Mr. Jones, let me make you acquainted in any state in the Union. I
? Moore.part'nh. with :Mr. Havermire.Mr. Now let Farmer Brown take you I a to doughnuts-

f 1 W. E. Torode and family .pen !Haverrnire $f. from Iowa; has i a around and meet other business men I
Staike. big business there and has several] of our town, and call)) again if you have
k Sunday with relative] in -
Arthur Grit left Sunday for Jacksonville boys that want to strike out for themselves time before you go away. no man ever smoked a better
and into business so he ---
where he spends about three go
t I : week before, he return to St. Peters came down here to look around. Hi LETTER FROM! "UNCLE GEORGE"Dr. cigarette at any price!
heard so much about Florida the ]las -
burg. He spent three weeks here at
the home of his parents. few years, thought he would look G. W. Hargrove of Dukes, quality and their expert blend
around for the boy. sends us the following, and some fine ."t CAMELS
John Teuton, of Jacksonville visited Turkish and choice Domestic
New River anda sweet potatoes: t
Well, I was over to
relatives In Lawtey and Thursday. man there made me acquainted with I Mr. Editor: I am sending these tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will satisfy -
M. daughters
W. Redding
1 him and asked me if I would take him I potatoes to you to somewhat atone .. every smoke desire ever expressed.
Ruby and Onie returned home from around the county and show him some for my extravagant ]letter written last t :::::4z you
Jacksonville Tuesday. good farms and the best< towns. He spring from the south of Florida. I y t- You will prefer this Camel blend to either
t his ] .
Rev. E. D. Boyer filled reguar.apopintmf'nt
wants to see what the farmers can do am still of the! same opinion as I was 'i. ? kind smoked straight!
at !Island] Sunday
] he is interested then. Bradford county in judgment
Starke here, as he says more my
W. II. Burt was a visitor to r
'. Wednesday. in the land and farmers. than in. the ,_is one of the finest if not even Camels mellow-mildness will certainly
towns. He wants to locate the- boys In a class] to itself, that I ever saw. 1 I c 1
W. L, Overstreet was transacting: where farmers and farms are the best. have been back a month but on a low .::::= appeal to you. .The "body" is all there and
business in Jacksonville Tuesday He has been running around with a limb and can't say much for when a that smoothness a delightlGo '
1, L. D. Dorman of.Jacksonville, visited Ford car when he could hire one, but man is in his eightieth year and ableto I

relatives near Lawtey last week. has had luck getting: stuck or breaking wiggle] he should feel proud, as Indeed I Go the limit with Camels' They will not
Green Teston and family, of Jacksonville down so often that he wants to I do. _.
;x ;. were visiting relatives in hire a man and team to show him the I want you to help me to make old tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleasant -

Lawtey Thursday.. country. I know you are well acquainted Bradford to bloom as a June roe. TURKISH DOMESTIC cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga-
M J. C. Cone of Brooker, was a business all around here so take him The potatoes were grown by II. G. BLEND odor!
F visitor to Lawtey ]last week. around and show him what can be Crawford, who is an ideal] farmer, crow n.rrra retty
Miss Emma Andrews returned here done with a little push and enter gives everything he plants plenty] of
: from school] a few days ago. prise.So. distance and wet or dry it will make p Just compare Camels with any cigarette -

Dr. E, L. Biggs of Starke was a I took him home with me, and some, if not a full)) crop and this will in the world at any price
a-- business visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. the next morning we drove over to win every shot.

'{ Louise Lowery moved back Wr. Stt'vl'nllon'the great pecan man I will write once a week If you will C..I..r% .",.,,'," .tly_.fbd
print mite. I ,.,,,. of 2O ...... .. ,. ..
from Jacksonville ]last week. I my want to do something 1' rf ; or p crf 1200
Y of the state. I wish could have
for Bradford ftmrttmm) in m 1p.p.o".d ,....
Miss Arthurine Blanchard is spending seen him stick his eyes out. After and it is useless Wm ftrongly' recomm.nd thim carton forth.horn
h II few days in Jacksonville at the Mr. Stevenson had taken us around to talk money. I want to help them or oFfice supply ../ who J'OO fr.r.l.ft. .

!({' home of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Dye. and shown us those great, beautiful to make it, then we will have some J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COH Wln.ton-S.l.m,N.C.
Y A. A. Smith and Edward Leach were pecan trees and fine persimmons and thing to do, with.UNCLE

visitors to Kingsley] Sunday. I corn and his well kf'pt'roundll, he GEORGE.
Edward Stokes and family, of Tampa ]looked at me with surprise.
are spending a few day. in Law. "I can hardly] believe my own eyes," GRAHAM
toy as the guests of Mr and Mrs. G. hf'> Raid. -
W. Stokes. "Why don't other farmers make a Graham, July 16-Mrs. R. N. Dowl-]
The death of little Merlie the 7- hewing like this. I with my boys ng and daughter, Ida, of Ziff spent
S year-old] daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. would go to farming Instead of mer- : Monday at the home of I. L. O d'n.
Blaine] Teaton, occurred Tuesday of handising./ Can you show me any O. W. Dyal] was a business visitor
e ]last week at their homo from typhoid more good farms about here?" to Hampton Thursday
+ fever. She was sick about two weeks. "Was this land atone tome like the Mrs. Alfred] McKinney and granddaughter -
The funeral was held at the Lawtey I unimproved land around here I am Lois Moody spent Wednesday
cemetery Thursday, services being : Kf'ttlnlInterellted/ in this country. and Thursday at Sampson.
conducted by Rev. E. D. Boyer, of the Why, that is as good corn a. we can Ruby Dyal returned Thursday from
/ Baptist church The funeral services I grow in Iowa and you don't have to Largo and Trilby where she has been -+.
c of the little infant of Mr. and Mrs.L. feed all winter like we do. Show me visiting relatives] the pant week.
P. Dorman brother and sister-in- some more good farms. I never would James Reynolds was a business visitor -
]law of Mr. and Mrs. Teston, were also have believed it if I had not seen with to Jacksonville Thursday. J = -=-
l Pi conducted at the name time. The my own eyes." James Grave. and family] enjoyed a -- )
entire! community extend their sym Well, then, we drove over to Mr. fish fry at Theressa Wednesday. =w= -
1 pathy to the bereaved families.Mr. irownlee's] farm. After Mr. Brown. Jake Roberts visited Jacksonville --
and Mrs. Blaine Teston wish ]lee kindly showed us over his beautiful I Tuesday. .
to thank all)) their neighbors who so farm;he said "I'm going home and Odell)) Abernathy. of Jacksonville
kindly] assisted them during the sick Bell out and bring the boys here and spent Thursday here. I I
ness and death of their only daughter buy a good big farm. Roy Roberts visited Starke Thurs Sunday. .Ila waw..-.L..2iJ.1-.YTA Y+
r y --9 Then I drove him over to the Prison Mrs Mary Hartley] of Orlando,
LONG BRIDGE Farm. "Why," he says, "this looks day.John Thigpen of Ziff, was here on was the guest of her brother S. L. 0
]like no prison but like a big farm. up business Friday. Prescott last week.
Long Bridge: July] 16.-Mrs. li. O. In Iowa." Miss Ruby Finn, of South Jackson Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter \Tji!
Rivera and children returned home on Well, he kept getting surprises all ville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Miss Alva] were visitors to Brooker
, Sunday, after spending a while with the time. Kirk this week. Saturday.R. 1=
her daughter, Mrs. David Shaw, oft "This beats me. The boys will not Earney Dowling, of Hampton wasa N. Dowling and daughter Miss ..-
LaCrosse believe me; they will have to be visitor here Friday. Ida, left Saturday for Jacksonville, ."' A ;\ Gct1bre: ,\ ?
o Pierce Crews was a visitor to Lake shown." Misses Frances Murrhee and Ida where Miss Dowling has accepted a 1 ,f / .

Butler Saturday We drove over to Lawtey and as it I fowling were business visitors to position. ;.
I Mrs. lien Sapp returned to her was J'f'ttlnllate/ we struck out for Jacksonville Saturday. S. L. Prescott and daughter: Avy, Perl cps. lie's in no worse
home Sunday after a long spell)) of home and this morning we came to Mrs. T. W. Wasdin and (children of were shopping in Graham.Thursday. c: fix than the: U. S. Depart-
. sickness. town, Waldo, were visitors here Friday. Mrs. Viola Thomas and children
Gerald Adkins and brother, Donald] He is as much taken with Starke as Jake Roberta made a business trtp I passed through our burg Friday en- ment of Agriculture at this
were in lake! Butler Saturday. he wan about the farms. Now, Mr. to Hampton Saturday. route to Waldo to visit relatives. very moment-fr.ced with the biggest

David Shaw, of LaCrosse, spent Jones, just show him over your busi Ray Newsom of Ziff, was in town Mrs. Verna Nipper and daughter, prccram{ of its history and an appropriation 'I
', Sunday in our burg. Thursday. Thelma] of Newberry were guests of I I
d millions short. Will
ness.Well chcpp :
,, Loumary Conner, of Hastings, 1.I is Mr. Havermire, I suppose you K. B. Murrhee made a business trip her sister, Mrs J. S. Forsyth, ]last
I spending a while here with relatives will think my business rather small, to Clayno] Friday, returning in the week. the Department Survive? asks J. I
und friends. : but I am a young man and had to afternoon. Grandma Prescott, of Waldo, is visiting Clyde Marquis in an 'early issue of !
Among those spending the fifth In'' start In a small way; but I have a Eunice and Lucian Hazen of Gainesville her son, S. L. Prescott.
!ll', Starke wore Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rivers growing business here in Starke and spent Friday night with their D. D. Thomas spent ]last week near ....., : ::
i 1 and family Pierre Crews, Smith am in hopes I may live to see it grow cousin, Myrta McKinney.Jake Gainesville with relatives.Mr. ] 7 CO'UrfMl: e'tdtiMl.\ \\J rY.'I1ir
Johns, Donald] and! Gerald Adkins, ]larger Roberts was a business visitor and Mrs. J. W. Woods and e .J; i iG J{. ""
Clarence] Adkins, Pearl and Eunice You see we are so near market we to Hampton Saturday. daughter, passed through our burg 1<'
McKinney, Gourney Crews and wife, do not have to carry a large stock. Florrie] and Pearl] Reynolds] of Tampa Sunday enroute to Graham.Mr. \ i i T
I B. sappy We have a good line of Cook Stoves, are visiting their parents this and Mrs J. W. Morgan and E.rrv.w' t.i KA 1':<; :A
y, S. Johns and Lloyd Clark were Oil Stoves,'Heating Stoves, Harness, wt't'kfl'! and Mrs. Abernathy. mother, Mrs. Melvin] passed throughour .;.c.::;. '.) --- ... ,J!
business visitors to Lake Butler Sat. Collars, Collar Pads Bridles and everything Oscar Knight of Louise was a bus. burg Saturday.D. I '
in! urday. in the line used. here in the InesB visitor here Saturday and Sun- D. and J. B. Thomas were visitors Every farmer needs to know the '
t 4, Mr. and Mrs. John Crews, of Lake South; also a full line of Tin and day.Ira to Graham Saturday. answer. In his article Mr. Marquis 'I
F Butler, passed through our burg: Sun. Enamel] Ware, Nail., Bolts Screen Riley, of Ziff, was here Sunday. Miss Rhoda Thomas was the guest! presents truly enlightening conclus-
day. Wire, Chicken Wire Staples.] We are J. I'. Roberts made a business trip of the family of T. D. Dyal Sunday. ions based on months of of the
''s, Mrs Truby Brown of Lake Butler is crowded. for room; ]look over.this backroom to Brooker Saturday night. I .
cr spending a short while with her mother Here we have I'owsof] differ ._.+ BRADFORD I national agricultural crisis.
Mrs. Lid] Johns. ent makes, Plow Parts that are sold] MILLERMiller
I He shows, for '
t Ruby Mae Johns has been the guest here In large quantities.And Bradford, July] 16.-Rev. J. T. I I the effect ofreducir.ethe!example, loll you'll the profit other by vital knowing farm ,
t of her sister Mrs. G. Moody, of New you can see we carry a ]large: July] 16.-Chas. P. Odom and Barnes filled his regular] appointmenthere I appropriation for Farm fete and money-making
River for several ,lays.A assortment of Hoes, Rakes Shovels niece. Miss Lorraine Mundorff. of I I Saturday and Sunday. Management Mid;! Cost of suns which fill each of fj
surprise party was given at the and all kinds of garden/ tools. We use O'Bnen, spent last week here with Mrs. W. M. Harrell and son, Mab- I Product.un W."rjt; -from the 52 big Issues of this
home of C. M. McKinney Friday ]large: numbers of these tools for our Mr. and Mrs. Roland] Thomas. Iry, were visitors to Gainesville Tues $260,000 to JiiO.UOO. of goat weekly journal. It e'
1, night. All report a nice time. strawberries and trucking. Here is !Mrs. T. S. Langford and daughter: i day. I2.615ret1ilnation.wlth.; : overlooks no aspect of i,"
I in the
1 deportment in
t' Among those. the stock of Ellenton I Mr. and Mrs. Wiles Dubose of Ft. or.e your farm busmen or of "
enjoying ftshfry our of Woven Fence Wire, We spent last week with relatives year.Such thir vit dirtc tly the Perm home. Let > i
at the river Monday were Mrs. Bell)) buy this in carload lots. While it is and friends. White, and Mr. and Mrs Dan Moran, influence the health of start your me of
t Johns and family Sam Crews and now at high price, like everythingelse Albert Clark, of Ellisville, attended cf Palmetto were guests Sunday of your bolts, the efficiency Country Gentlemanofyourdarythernarket year i i'
family Missouri Hodges, Mr. and we still sell a large amount each. church here Sunday night. .j' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell. service with thin \
t Mrs. Ben Sapp and family, G. W. Sapp year and sell it cheaper than a man Miss Mabel] Brown entertained .' Rev. B. C, Scarborough and son, for your grain. You need splendid but typical ,"
i and family. that buys it in local ]lots, for the number of young people at A social! ] .Clayton] of Jacksonville, were visitors toknowaboutthem. And iaaue f

Wiley Rivers, of Lake City spent freight is much cheaper.Now . given[ at the home of her parents, Mr.nd here Sunday You Send Me $1.00-1'11 "\
Thursday at the river fishing. if you can spend the time I > Mrs. J. S .Brown, in honor of Miss Messrs. P. A. Williams, 0, F. Tom. Send You 52 Issues
to Mrs. Iva Sprinkle was in our burg will be pleased] to show you the other Loraine MundorfT, of O'Brien ]Met llnson and Willie'William., of Lake "
Friday. ranches of my business.. On this Friday night Butler, were guests Sunday at the MRS. E. C. WELLS r
MIIIII Fronie Rivers and sister Onle, street Is my bottling plant. We man. The color scheme of pink and green I home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards.
frpent Saturday at Hampton. ufacture Coca Cola, Ginger Ale] and was effectively carried out in the dec Miss Ruby Parrlsh. who is attend- I Raiford Florida I
; Services will be held] at Long Bridge other soft drinks; 'run a motor car orations. After playing various' ing the normal at Gainesville, spent 'I (
church Sunday. and deliver the goods to several] small games, ice cream and cake were served -i' the week-end'at the home of Mr. and | l
--+---- towns during each week, as well as to the guests who were: !Mrs T. B. Edwards. ': An .iithnriirdIvr.. .,iptinn ,"|' ..rntntivc.of I fn.
HIGHLAND attend to the ]large trade we have in I. Misses Anna Belle Peeples, Elsie C. Ii. Newsom spent a few days of I I .C uDlry C."II..iua Tbt Utliu ri.m>Joara l TUS tari.TE! ....inr Put
town. We have! a deep well drilled Stokes, Carrie Belle Brown, Annie last week at Brooksville attending to UJl.Wl: 12.u --U.CO --wowtS31t9tll'G21 ) it

Highland: July] 1(1.( -Mrs. W R. through the, rock down to pure water, toward, Georgia Langford, of Ellen- j business.W. I : ; Iiy.4tE7Y _5AV.6. _ ._
.' Wimberly] of Lovett, arrived Fridayfor not contaminated with the surface water ton. Pearl Brown and the honored. J., Ward left Monday for a few I,
a week's visit with Mr. and hire giving us the advantage of hav- i Hiss Lorraine Mundorff; Eurie Brown '' clays stay at uuessa. .
H. C. Wimberly.] 1111an/ abundance of pure soft waterto Seeber Stokes, Tommie Crawford.fareull , Mrs C. H. Newsom ts on the sick
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. George, of B 'y- manufacture our goods, knowing !\ Howard Roy Langford, of 1:1. list this week J. S. Norman and daughter, Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Johns,
ette, left Thursday for Lawtey to visit they will always been clean] and healthful. lenten, Algar] Thomas Wilbur Brown, J. V. Edwards ]left Wednesday fora Lois, were* shopping in Starke Fri Saturday.
relatives] for a few days before returning ]. Albert] Miller. few weeks visit at Salt Sprints \
to their home. While here I Here I have an undertaking establishment George Miller made a business trip C. B. HayeS attended to business in day.A large crowd enjoyed an ice cream U.Edward S. Navy Stokes at New, who is with the i
they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. with stock as fine as you can to Gainesville Friday. Providence Saturday. social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. York was the
A. Starling And in ]larger cities. I du my own Marion 'Waters of Brewster. is vl.- Miss Georgia Edwards and little] Bill Nettles Saturday evening. guest of his sister, Mrs. S. H. Thomp- ,
Mrs J. A. Starling spent several embalming] :, bt'inla: graduate of an iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. brother, J. V. Jr., are spending a few Mrs T. C. Williams returned home son, Thursday 1
days with relatives at Lawtey last embalming school] with several] years Waters. days with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ed. Sunday from Jacksonville, where she Richard Hicks, of Lawtey spent :
week. experience I foci that 1 can give the We are glad to know that N. If.Uokes wards of Palatka.] I IA spent the past week with her parents, Sunday here with Mr. Mrs. G
Misses Ethel] Ricks and Winifred public as good: service as they can get' is improving from a two week Arthur Edwards visited friends in I Mr. and Mrs. F. Crawford. Norman. and J. M.
Wimberly] spent Friday In Jacksonville anywhere While I do not make as llness of mumps and malaria fever the Vanderbilt section Sunday. Miss Elva] Starling is visiting relatives -- I'
'i.; on a shopping tour elaborate a showing with fine buildIngs Denzil Thomas made a business trip --____? in Jacksonville this week. ,
f' C. M. Click, represenaing. Lewis- and outside show, I have the j to Brooker Friday.J. I WOODLAWN Messrs. Carl and Edward Hilliard "It Looked Like a Battlefield in Europe (

Chitty Co., of Jacksonville. was a goods/ and do the btMiniMH. I'j S, Brown made a business trip were business visitors to Starke Saturday I ," Said Mr. C. Dun tel'. t '
business visitor here Friday. I am glad Farmer Brown brought: to Gainesville Saturday'; Woodlawn, July] 16.-!Mrs. Minnie "Was staying at a hotel i
'. Dr. W. H. Hudson, of Jacksonville, you around. This country is just beginning We are glad to know that T. }to I Reddish and son returned to their Raiford Browning, of Jacksonville, Pennsylvania] town. ] in a small ;
., spent the week-end with his parents to wake up and coming to the Waters I is improving from an attackof I home at Atlantic] City Sunday, after spent Sunday here with his parents, ing I went to the stable Early to one morni\
Mr. and biro H. B. Hudson. front. We are receive new- fever. spending a week. here with relatives.] Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Browning and was shown hire a rig. 1
a Miss Rena Marr and Master Percy _--,--.-.+- I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hilliard returned -I Mr. and Mrs Marlon Reddish were I killed with RAT a pile of dead rats i
Lee went to Starke Monday to visit father, J. T. Msrr. ZIFF to their home at V'alrico Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs D. L. Phillips fore. Looked like the night he-
relatives.] Misses Eunice Pinkini and Myrtle I after spending a week here with Saturday evening rope." Three a battlefield] in Eu- l

Mr. Richard Lee and children, of Sapp of Lawtey, were guests of Miss Ziff, July 16.-Miss Alva] Thomas her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phil Mr. and !Mrs. Kelly] Johns, of and guaranteed sizes by 2Sc, SOc,' $1. Sold :
1\IItche]) .
Itaiford, spent Sunday here with her Winifred Wimberly Tuesday. was the guest of Miss Avy Starling lip. Gainesville were the guests of their Store Drug. !
and DeWitt C. Jones. I


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FRIDAY JULY 16. 1920. \

NoU" to baroby (Ivan that the foUowInc NOTICE dcrlbd landa will b* told at publ..tb.en I De.er4p8s a- T. S. A. 0.- a : ..-

the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST' i SO. I t being th. nod day of alai month before the 1\010:\ of ) a SW\4 a W'w.of .at
Bowe Door at 8tarka Bradfor4. Oct nnty. BUI. of Florida, or ao much thereof a* N44Ws\ a 94 eIIIWI4 .

will Co" be>..suessodb amount due for tars at oppoaite the cams toaathar with the I 01 NWT%___ 11 I 10 110 Ibex: Amans. Corporation ... ; ...1 :
pcf ...., .. .l'\Ioln.. I All 54 of SEIoO S of Ry a W I .

B. Taaaai : I A ._ ._______.___.._11 1..11 II N. W. H rae -- lJii I
Peaeriptiait Sac. T. A. OlTBWMm. Caata 541 of 'E14 of NE" a NW'4 .
... of lies Sfa SW of. S'>S of o'E1oO a N\Io of NW'4 aSW4 1..' +
Aafpl IIW'4 W 1t81 4 It 40 Ida AnilcnonMm. -,-., .,, ,.1 ...0 I of NWI4 ...___U I 10 180 ldoa'' Am..rI.a. Corpor.tioa ... .
NI9 of NW'4 of NW'4 -.---- 1 1 11 10 Ida Anderson __:,,. 4.07 NE'4..f m14, of NEV.---_.14 I 10 U S. E Cooper __ _._._. 1.
NE'4 "...____...__.11 t 11 40 W. C. William .. {.4I E'i of NW',.. of NE'4 of NEI41d S 10 5 E. H V.vra __. a
NEVIof NW'4 a 644 SW'4.U 1/ I 11 110 M. R. Nttlea ., i W4 of NWta. of NE4, .f NEI4U I to 0 "In "..r. _. ...
: of NW'4 ..__..___...U I 11 40 Phillip Nettlaa .. (... : RE4 of NEVI ._____.___14 S 10 .0 R. D LM .. .______ : .I : 1.n
H '' ._"____._._...15 I II 80S3 M. B. Nettla. _._ 10.17 NW\4 or SW'4 .IUD A I. SW AI. '

o/f SSfc Sill.It.. fflS5 '1 Cor .___.._. __ __.__.i/ 10 88 l'uld P. Co"a .._..._ .R'
\ 19_.______.II I ItV >. L. Hardm .. ., 11." SW'4 of NE'4 or 8Wi4 ...... ..,-11 1 10 11 loin Nsllle; M. Morrell _...._ .11I
1.6 A NE', .f NEL4; a Slot rof NW14 .M' 1 I J
$, E'1 of II of NE4 o a Stk .r NE4' : ANE44 '.'1 '
____________17 I 11 UI J. u Harden ..____ 10." 1.11 r
FiTl E.lof NWW A E* of off 1'4" SEV.Eu11! 5 10 ISO U..' Amerl"( .. orpo..t\oa\ _.. i
W\i ?-.----.....---.--."-"...2021 I ItI 480 'J. L. Harden 10.11 NW'4 of NE1,4, or NE'4 a NW 4.17 1
? ? ___... 11 44 J. L. Harden 141 t4 of NW4. a SE\4 of SW ,, ; ; ; i: ) : 1.07:

ISKf aKRVs* of k-ir:.23 B 11 120 W. H. Nettle. =_==- II.SB 1. eIE 6 A I. NE o Car __..__.11 1 10 RI t'nkno..n __ .._._...__
SE"cr IIE\4 _____...._.._._.28 I 11 40 Unknown, . __ 7.07 SE or I'EI, or BW", ._.._11 / 10 10 F. O. r..n _. __...__ ...
of 1'1'4' .._-.___..._.__..21 B 11 40 Unknown .. .. ___.._ 142 NwL, of N4: of SW\4 _::___'s I0 10 C. C. Painter __ ___ 7
SW14 of "1'':"/- ..___._.._.______.,28 I 11 40 A. B. Fletcher .. __._.._. 10 17 Sts or SWt4 of NWIoO ...__18 1 10 20 Rosa lieU. Coffin ___ 5,15 e
"'o"W".'EI4f ''E;: .______.____.___...SI I II 40 Unknown .. .__. --. 7.07 I'W'4 or liE', cf NW's ..........IS 9 20 10 R._. C. Painter ___._ \.
N:g'4 d NE4; a S", of N54a NW4w .. of IIE'4 of NWt.1P 5 10 10 Elena Mnbera .. ........._._ .
8 111 A of o"W'4 of NE44a y.EI/a or NW'4' .. of NE'4 _______._1' 5 .0 10 A. M. White .. .__..._ I.IT
NEVI of SE'4 a Nav o t1fw'4 Ety or NE4 of IIE\4\ of SWII 0 .0 6 Ch.l. C. .. _..__ 1.1T .j .
or BE'4 .___....__.._.._-15 I 11 IP8 R. M. Bleltln .. ...._._._ SOU H'4;, nr NWto a 1\\\ of SW'411 50 1M Ideal Am..leaD Corporatlo. __ \
E"_ or NEVi ____Jr.-e.-t_14 I 11 Po E.. P. Dlcka .. _.?._...__.. 12.04 Lot 1 __t-----------------_.___IR / to 811 Ideal American Corporation __ .a))1
r 70 eyrie l VofNB Co N'9 or Lot II e. I A In SE CorII 1 10 54 Bamurl' W. Brown .._____._
N-W of NEW A run 8 70 I'd. y.E'4 or SE\4 ...___...____._20 1 10 .0 Heal American Corporation 1.1 1
.. W as "do. N 7 0 " May ..___ ._ 8 II L.,nnte Bummers .____. 4,77 E4 or BE' a Noy of NWi4 : 1 t ,
Elk cf lWI4 of AWy4" .----.-. I 18B t1) Wm. Prloa ..._.__._.....: 6.12Ahnut : a 6w'4 .f NW4 .??.__._._._11 0 102M Ideal American Corl>oratlo. ... .
II A In SW\< known as 54 of 5E4.. of NW4 ._.._._.__.21 B0 20 Unknown __ .. .__.._.._
Mill Sot. .. 9 I* 15 Week A Pats _ ..__ t./0 a .... I
Old lIoundtl'M ------ SW'4 of SE44 -_ -- / .0 IA M. Charlotte Coffin .__. ,
57t4! of NF.4 a NW4 of BEI4__11 B 11 80, O nm Thoma -. 1S.B8 Lot. 16 19 a 20 ik--2rj.21 :

A In NW Cor of NEW of S /'n _____-....___.__._.._11 1 10 loin. B.1I. 9. Mead ......_ 1.11 li
2 E'4 _... ---_.?.___.________._._.14A 5 11 2 Ella Burrouffha .. _____._. 1.41 11ot100ftNa, Sbyl00ft : : 4,57 .1
to' "E'4 of ro.'E'4 a EI4N'H.E40E4 E a W In NE Cor of A. C. L. .
of el 4S54k ___.17 110 27' Bertha Prlca -. ..---...__._ 7.17 Ry a Public!! ro.d c..lnlf .inJohnstown .11 ;

''JW1,4 ___________.___? ._-99 I 10 F. A Maltley -
It NEtE1A "N'H or SWH of NEt4 a SWof. NW4 a aw y t

NEI4 _. _._____._ _11 a, igB .. 89 R. W. William .. ..._..__.. 1214 4 5 N4 ot 1IF.4 ._.___.__._.11 I III 440 [d..! American Corporation _. .I.
B"" or IIW14 of ME'4 a.NW, Lots. 1 1 a II of BOO 28 In John.

';. of SEVf A E'4 of NEW of .to..n _____.____...-_____.__-._11 1110 A. L Smith .._ _n........
1'11I'4 ._ '__'. ._._.*...._...__1 T IIB 84 Unknown: -- .. ._.__.._.__. u.n 4 cf NWL2 A In SCr-.26 I 10 18 P. S. Denmark _. ...__.._ .
BEST' nr Nwlta __________.____. 18 14B 44 Buck William .. .. ___.__ .42 "WI4 or 8W\.6\ .--__.______...__ $ I 10 .n John P. Colfln .. ___..... ." .t
Ntof "E', _- .___.___....211 11B 80 Henry Week .. ...._..._._ 11.08 1'140 or NE'.. ?_----1 20 00 Unknown .,
nr NEW __._1 1pP'of _.___.___.___211 II 40 Unknown, .. .. ..__._._.__. ,.Q, B4 of NE'4 a N4 of SE'4 ..-11 I'. 180 II...) American Corportioo a ;: ,
WW of NEW ____.__?___28 I 18 40 Ellen Runt .. _. ..___?_._ 8.11 Louisa And..... ._____.... r
Nu of SW'4. A'S',{, of NWli of w4{, a Rt4 of SF\4: ..____--11 I s0A0.. ld..1 American Corporation ... .
CO*'I/ .___4-__--___._______211 4 10 104 W. B. Water .__..._....___. 16.21Let E., of I'E14 a 8Wt6 of NE": : !: LI
0' NU of NWy4 ._._.____"2 4 19 BB Oeo. William .. .. ..___ I.U a Etv or SW'4 a !lE'4 _.___.1$0 880 Ideal American Corporation ._. ,
P\\4 n' "W'4 _____._. _-____-- 8 10B 44 Unknown .. .. .---_.__ 7,70BE4 Lot 20 or Itlk 1 In F. N. And..... '
nr NW4 a SW4 es lint Add to lake Butler _______.__.10 I 10 F. R Cason .. ...._..._.. ..11
106 rt IQ a that portion of NW Lot 211 or IHk 1 In F. N. And.... U
4. cf liE'.. N of Rr-21 A ___.111 19 22S MeCall B...... A Co. .._.__.. 4014 Add In Lake Butler --------------29 I 10 Unknown .. ...._.___ \ -.
NU of NB 4 lea Ry right of way.,22 B 19 74 B. G. Lameter .. ----. OBI Lot .4 or Iilk 4 .n. F. N. Andrews. '.11 y8
PF.4 cr NE'4 ___..--_uii.U B 11. D. A. Powell .. ______._ ,.., Add In [..k. 8utln ..__.____.__.2. I 10 Unkno" .. ._.__. \
8E4 or SWIW'4\ !! of .__ B 10 80 L. M. Stoke -. ..___..._._.. Ills Lot .0 of '"k. In F. N. And...... ..
Nwy4ofNw'4ax10AInSW\ "Mof"8"wV Add In Lake Sutler __._____.___.211 10 Cu" V. Phillips .__ '
Cor ____ _"_ ( 10B 84 B.nk..f Lake Butter .___. ...110EII Lot n of Itlkn F. N. Anci...... d."
of wv4"-______|/ 10S 20 G. C. Driitnr ... ___..._.. 1.04IIW'4 Add In L.k. Butler ---------,2/ I 10 Unknown _. _.__._.__ "
or 0E4'- ._-___.._______._ 10 40 A. B. Fletcher ,.. ____ IL61NE4 Lute .1 a .11 of 81k 8 In F. N.
or 9W14- .._._.._.:_...----66 I 1I. Unknown _. .. .._._____. '111NW'4 : And....... Add to Lake Butler .___It I II Unknown _. __..._ air
9W,4 ___"11 I 10It 44 L. G. Johnion .._..__ '.11 Lot .H cf 81k 6 In F. N. Andrews
NEW / SEW A"N<,*"ors E% Add In L.k. Butler __..______?t9 I 10 F. R c..o. _____ 7.1\1I l
of SEW' ..______.___..._.._._...J- 1 84 R. R Thomas .. .__..__ '.111 Lot .1 of Elk I In F. N. Anci...... I
Rut. of SEW of SEV4 ...._..-? B IIB 24 O. W. Thorn. .. _____. '.'10 Add In loak. Butler -------------19 I I' Unknown .. .. _._._.
of flE'4 ______-_._._____|J 19I 80 Ernplr Lumber" Co... .. ...__ 11.019w144 Lot U of Ilk I ''n F. N. Andrews .
cf SW'4- of NW4.2A 10 10 W. P. Chavos.-------------- 1.0 Add In L.k. Butler ...._.__.__..!.21! II Vnknown _. .. ._.._ j.t<:::1{
NW'4 or NW\4 __.__.___-------60 8 19 44 Unknown -- .. ____._ 1,70N54 Lnl. to 21 a U of Blk 8 I. '
'of NW'4 ______.--82 B 11 4) O. W. 8. War _____ '.'0 Ep""ncn'. Add to Lake But.ter 1\\!
Lot 2 A IS In En.ey'U Survey' _________.__.____ ...t5 I' 8.111. H.mllton .. _..__._ / ,
of Worthlnirton Sprlnw ........11 11/ Unknown .. .. __.._ d.11 Com 'f0 I'do E of line aivldina .
Loa 11 a II N aide. of Lib-
Lot B In En..,, Survey of on -f-
Worthington Sprin.. .______...IS B It J. P. Tomllnaoo .._ I.'. sets Street a, run E 120 ft. N ." 'y' ,
10 A 11 of Blk 1 In J. 420 ft W .20 ft, to heir In 8ty .\ ...
Lou W. Ptton'. Survey' of Worth of Lot 12 .___._._____-.10 I" 4 Ponds a Willi..... __...._ .-"
Invtnn 5P1105----------------------M. A. Dlniler .. ._.__ ..11 Com cn line divldng Iota 11 a '
Lot I of Blk In J. W. Patten'lSurvey 12 on N aide of Libert" 8t a sa .
of Worthington 8prlnm......_._. R. E. L. Duk. .. ____ '81 run E 70 ydA; N 'fI1 rde. W .. '
Lou 1 *. 2 of Blk 8 in J. W.Pattnn'i . 'f0 "d.. S 10 "don heir ...__._..0 1 II 1 PonoLo" Williams ._.... '
Survey of Worthington Corn .t pt 200 It N of NECop \ 'n' ,

Spr", .. .__.__.__._ _______.___.._.__ M. L. A M. A. Allen __.._ S.tSS.20 cf Main a Dookl. 8.. A f
N 12. it E lOn 8 \
run ft.
5 nf Blk a In J. W. P.ttnn'.
Survey of Worthington Sprlnr. ........_..-. M. A. A M. L. Allen ,.._-... 22. ft W 100 ft to her In Mo- .
Knney' Reserve to Lake But- 50
4 of Blk 8 In J. W. Patton'.
Lot Survey of Wnrthlnirtnn Spring.-----... Unknown -. .. ..-.-....._.. 2 11 ---------------------------$0 It Guy V. Phillips .. ..._...._ \ I 1!
Com a' a pt DO ft E cf SE Cur
Patton'. i .i"
Lot S of Hlk B In J. W. .
Survey of Worthington Sprlnir.....--.-... A. C. Conner .. ...._._.__. ,1.20 nr Main a Dokle Sta a, run i ""'".
8 150 ft. E U N .
ft 18H ft
J. W.Pstton't .
Lou S A 8 of Blk 8 In
tn Main St then.. W on Main
Survey of Worthington 1
_- __ __ __._......... M. A, Deniiler .. ..*-_.__.. 487 !St 84 fl to beg In McKlnneyiftnerve 10 ,
Pp.ln" BiTTnn -,1."W."Pat-- to I.ak. Butler .___-10 I I. Unknown .. .. .._.._._.._ Si .
Lot 1' cf Con .t NW Cor or Lot 16 of .. : .. '1 11 '

tons Survey__ of .WorthingtonRorinw --_ _.___..... Unknown _. .. ..?____.. 1..' \Ilk I de run E 20 ft to a lOt \ S t
---- -- ---------- '
nf hog. Ahenre 1'1 an ft. W 20 "
B of Blk 13 In J. W.Pitton' .
LoU S A rt. A 15 ft. E 70 h N 48 ft, .... ,

Survey__:. _of_WorthingtonAprinw __..__.__ Thomas A Lamb .. ......_.._ 0,60Lt. W 2M ft. N62 ft a WI2 It ", .
--- ------------ "
to beI In Lake Butler ?____---60 I III Dank of L.k. Butler .. ...... ."
1 2 9 cr Rlk IR In So W. Com 20 f. E or NW Cur of Lot : .11 ,
Putton'l Survey: of Worthington M. L. A M. A. Alien .__. 10.11 14 .r "Ik 8 a run 8 118 ft NI
Bprlnn . _ __.__....... -
- - ------------ .
W f.. A
20 .0 ft. E 20 ft, N \ Ng
y 11 ft of Lot 7 8 all Lnt ll 11 ft. E 21 ft N IIn ft. W \ .'10 + I

of Blk! of 19 Worthington In J. W. Pulton.SprinwS ... Mil M. L. Allen -__.... .487 sa ft to .b.. ''n L.k. lIutin .__10 I II D.. 1. P. Tomlluoo ....._._ ." I
Survey -- --- -? / ,
Com .t IIW Car of BIk 7 a .
JS ft of Lot 7 A N S ft nf run N 61 ft to a pt of belf . 'I
Lot 10 A, all Lot 0 nf Blk 19 thence F. 80 ft. N 211 h. W 110rt. .HII '1.

In Worthlnirtnn J. W. Pntton.Springs. Survey--.__-of-_._......._.. Mini M. A. Allen ....__...... 497 S 21___ft____to...beg_._._In.__lab.Rutter ___.__.10 I 10 M.... Onl. Pons .._..... \ .HII i\\1
tot 11 .. N B ft of Blk 19 In S 1111 rt or toOt .M aB HtI ft $

I. W. ratten Survey_ ___of...Worth......____....... M. A. A M. L. Allen ..___... 19.IB of Lot 40 of Bib 10 In lake T'T. t._
Ine, ton Springs . Rutior ..__..._.___.... -.___.__Ro, I 10 M.. Onl. Pnn. .. ...._.__ .MI .
Litu 2 8 S A 1.f\ Blk 28 In J. Lot I. of Hilt 22 In L.k. Butl.r'O I .1 M... Ont. Pots \ 1

W. Ptlon'" Survey of WorthInitnn lilt 24 In Lake Butler ____ _____80 I 10 M... On" Pon. ..__.. ;
A. C. Conner . ? .
.. . ....._._.. 487SS7
Rprlnirt .- -_.._-------_._....._. Lot 19 of Bib 3 In MrKlnner'. .J.H:;

tot Survey'8 of Blk of Worthington 21 In J. W. Pitton'a Sprineo-----: : A. C. Conner .. ___._.______. Acid to Lake Rutler __. ..-__...10 I 20 Unknown ._ _..-?__ ) .
loth 8 a 4 of Dlk 1 M.III.: 49 I

Lobs Ia4of 51k75to J. W. ..e,'. Add __ __.____...___._...80 1 10 Unknown .. ... _.._.._ !: 1 '
Patton'i Survey of WorthlnntonSprlnv Leta I a of Blk : '
a 11 In D. 1. 't
.... ..-. __......__ R..M. Chamberlain" ._ ..n__.. S87' Add to oak. 81t1er10! 110 M.... V. O. Scarborough. _._ : 1
tot 4 A a strip of land-E-of Blk 8 In D. E. Knl"ht' Add to \ "I

Lot 4 to Ry right of way In Lake Butler __-.._..__.____._.SO 1.0 Unknown .. .. ........_.... :" t
Blk 27 J. W. Patton'* Surveyof Lea 12 A IS In T. E. D.kis \ .7"
Worthington Spr'nsr; -t_- .._.__..._ A. C. Conner .. ............. t 89 tat Add t" LekeR idler ______._11 1I Jas Rill WillI.... .-....... !: 1
Lot 4 of Hlk $n9 In J. W. Pat. N I.a or Etv nf loth W44of I'.
ton'. Survey of Worthington Lot I In T. E. Dekis IDa \ \ '

APrinw ----: _.""---"""_._.__.__ R I.. A E A. Porter -__.. 4.87 Add to Lake Butler --.._.__.___ N Unknown .. .. ...._._ : : .
IIU i of sr.v: _It"____._._.____--OS I 111 84RO M. I. Ross ---..__._ 114 loOt 11 N or Rr la T. E. Dekls \ .uor
SFV of WOW A NEW of SE',.. I 'I 111 Emnlre Lumber" CA. ......__.. 14 fie 2nd Add to Lak. Butler ._._ _11 II Rattle. WI1I1._ .... !: .... y
'NWl',, of SFV ...._..____....----10 1 19 4* J. R. Rallbmnk EAt ......____ 774 4 A In SW Ccr of N4 nr Lot ' 6 II ..... C. A. Knight fish. _.... : '" .
40 Unknown ............. .
RE'4: of N-WW --.--.------ 7 111 7 70 Cum .t NE Cur cf NW4. of .01 y
EH, of NEV, Of "NEINEV /; ._____.__-.12 'I 19 24 A. O. Oow.n ......_..__ 4 07 cr NEV4. a run W 80 ftto. pt : !:\ ...
of NEW _____-._._.______-_18 'I 10 40 Mr. C. S. Bevlll ...._..- 600 or .beg. thence W 128 ft I Ill ': \
lot E S'& of Lot B A SEW ft, E 1M It S to a" of !: ;

of REV, ____.._.__...___..___.111 4 tO 120 Ideal' American Corporation .._ 22.49 ....y. E 70 ft. N to bell _....___11 I.I4 R W. K.... .__.. .
'MWU. of NEW ____.____.____....0 4 t* 44 Ideal, American Corporation ___ 442 Corn .t NW Cor of S'of\ Lot "- II
u, of swv A SEV; ofSFV 1 I. fI S !_- __----.--._-----__St 4 .0 204 Ideal American Cnrporatlnn: ___ 4708D3 E 118 ft, S 811 ft to a ditch tot
T-Tf t BK of NWW A, ____IK 4 10 BOO Heal American Oorporallnn ._ n.NWI4 .......Ir .Inns said ditch 615ft. : ,
of !VW14 A !RWt' ofSK!' ..24 t 2.0 80 Idral American Corporation ._ 11 8R th,'.. North Easterly 260ft ) .
KU> of NWW A N4 of SWU to Ry right of way. th.n. ""
I SWM nf SWVi..____.___..28 4 an 200 Ideal American Corporation _.. 831 NW along. said right of way : !: ....
iEy' of NE'k NWV4 of NE UI rto th.n. W 118 ft to bog
V. t WU. A SW% of SEW A E I_ 1 A wild to C. H. D.vs-,11' I 2t Marshall .. ..__....__ : : II
V, nf 8EV ....____.__........28 4 SO SIn Aral American Corporation __. 87 4B ...,. 9 10 a 11 In Townsend'. Add 4.07
All *'cept SWM\ of SEW ._____.21 4 20 840 Ideal) American Corporation .-. Oft S3 to Lake Butler ..____..r..1 10 1. C. T.rvln .. .._..._..... \
1m' 2 . .............__.III 4 S4 43 Ideal American Corporation .._ B fto 1 A In NE Cur of NW'4 of Hd f
All. __.... __._.._______.-U 4 SO 812 Ideal) American Corpnratlnn __-10601\ NEI4 N .pubUo mad _._..-.11 I II t Mn. R 1. Bm11.---.... / !: J
MF.W,, of NEM A WH of NEW NU ct NE'4 a, N4 or NWI/a .__U S IV 111II ideal American Corporation ... / ,
a WV of SE14 A WH of L<>tNi NW\4 or NW\4 -- ----_84 I I' 40 Ideal Amerle.n Corporation _. )\ 1.11
.__ ..91 4 24 2.11 Ideal American. Cnrpnratlnn _. 0606 E'oit' or NW'4 a !IWI4! of NW'4.84 I I' 120 Unknown, _ .. T !: : $
: -t Etf4 nf"NWt4 *"NWM S'. nf Lot a a .11 Tot 4 ._..... 'I 1.0 1211 4Mo.. Ch.rlotte Coffin .. ?_.. .11 t
j ,r n' NWVi' SI* of SWW of N All NEr!.. or 8Et4 W of McKin : / 411 .
W4, .. _ ___'_ _... 4 4 tl MO Tdeat American Cnrpnratlnn --_ BOSS npr'. llraneh _.- __. .. ____._12 I It .11 C C. Jnhas _...._._.. ;\ ...
\I.'E, of NE'4 h. 00 a -< ru, ntii'" NE' of SWI/a ____..___.. ___...11 I 10 .11 Samuel W. Brown _..__ : '1 .'.
11" WL and LoU 1. A 2 ... .. 911 4 20 SA1 M Hil I American CnrpomMnnr -._ 07 S7IS Lot 7 cf Rlk II a, Loa 2 4 a .
of NTH A NFVJ: of AEt486- - 4 to ISO T Oordnn .---_. -----.-- R4 I l of Elk III a iota 1// I
I pt of !NEiOf/ SEW _.__. 1 11'11 24 Unknnwn ? I62 10 a 12 nr 111k00aLot. I ( ."-
11114: of NWI4 nf SEW .? .. 1 8.11 10 Mn. Nelll M Morrell .__- 407 4 A 8 of Rib '1. a, Lute I$6074910a
:\ :
I/of Blk
W' of
swv, ?, NEt. j, Wu
.4NW4ofSE"ex10AIn/ 9 82. 5 Lot U of 81k 43 5 Lots .

: rn. N'4' of NBW of AE41 I'll SnO Ideal American Corporation --_ 71.89 2845 sia 8 of Bib 44 a Lot y
F.E IC cf Slit 411. I.... 11175N .
Fd NF.tN4Enf A NW4 of. NEM 9f ot Elk 41. 5 Los 1 I 8 S 4o \ \ 'I i
NWV A 8 of
I R't I f ru Loa" II a, II a Las : ." r
NW'4 SW sw
4 if I'Pv: ________._%-_..___... I I t R'4 rf IIIE'4 nf Bike 66 a at In New Rlver._'. S II 1'mll: Mltoh.11 .. .__.
.,: NP4 NEV a lEV II U A cf IIWI4 of NW\4 __?--'. I I' 11 P. Y. Pad_ \ \
I W't.
S:k AR: cf !'IE\4' nf\ NE4___.___a_ .- S 5 24 1104H i1..) American Corporation. ._ 90 05 84 19 ;.OflnN : ::.f of SE4 F.i4r.;;; _.. I It IQ St.releka_ ___ : .
or A. r.. Smith . .. .. 7.70
P NW of : /4 .oo. .- -___. -__ 9 5 24 -- -- -- --- hran.h .t Cur of Oliver laud :

NE4 NE4 of NW a run W IS/I feet. S to W. 11.Grsa : l
k "I" Ideal I American. Corporation 19.79
wty; of NW\4 _"._.__.__. d I 24 land W to Gully branch, "'
N. N1. of SW4 NH of ___ 701 N cn branch to .larger bnneh r
1111.:.; __ R '11 24t4 IAA TH *1 American rorporaflon
I. 'I "t" VU -"f 5-'- SoO Idol Amerlrn rnrporatlnn __- 88 S* thence up .aid branch to by.-11 I. II Unknown _ .
Lo .0 I
t ; Idel Amerlci Corporation .._ tl 84Ideal All IIlk. 4 I 17 II II II) 11
Et: t VRV: A NW'4 of 1I.r: ; .. I 8 to 120 2225aLots 1IS4I6715 \

0 EINEI4 8wl8WVS' ..' 8W4qr. 11 a 12 of Slit 'I a Los. 1 4 6S : ... '

... NW'4 ot 240 merlrn. Corporation. __a 44 BJ a 10 of IIlk 11. a 14t.. I : 81
.. II "Ie
IIW. .f REV.--.u A 120 I.anof" Tnnit (."..., of PI.. ---. 2219Unknown 4610 a 11 of Elk2SLot U
_._ 9 8.n '
I'll' It E'lVo'jfSEW 11 of EIkl/aLot. 1S10a :: u
Nw'4 'sE' BET II'! 12 oSlk I5a, LasI1a .
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.. SAn
--.___._10 I 47aSSO11a II of Bib IIII. Id"
: 'NWi: i o n\ 7 A t of Blk t all In New. River --------4 a II Unknown _ .. ) ,
NW'. .. nf NE4 ." ESk of Las 1 2 I 4 I. 5 8 of Dlk 10 In I '
A' NEW! --A _._._ ...._ Rattle C.- _ "
Bit t SEEofof Robert" T. Smith ............ 12 M New River --Is S $0SEt4
Ay.' 4f o.F. !: _u__.-_10 M 75 Frank fl M.R' ... ..... .. ?. 2 !' : of NI'4' a NE\4 or SE'4.11 S .0 10 D J. 0.: Gun -... ......,, U
F., .. nRRu4 -.rtA B 10 10 -- -.- 4 OJ AEI4 of ,1\4: _.________?.__..._11 I I' .0 A. 1. Orwaa .. .
WV.f 0E144 ==:::== 24 Rth A IT F -'--" to
.U 69 .
W ..... 27 AI Wu4 of SW'4 of 8W4 8 of
00 If rat NW4 nf 111'4: ____..._.t0 II 20 10 TTareln -.. ... 27 road _--_------_ -_-_-_-_ -_--..81 I 10 111 A. L. f7ree. ........-. .._ H"
P; .r. NF.'q Awt: ,cf of IIW\4 n/-0WJ1-.IA. 1.11 10 8 Stell R Orah.m.Hnn -- -.-._-----_-_-___-. J J RI6E W'of\ 8W'4 a NE'4 or IW\4_.14 40 1211 R. B. 0_ ._____ : ,

; ; :,'l: cr Nw'4 IIWV of !NW44..10 8 14R 20B R ti,... BainFred .. .._._____. .. .__. JIJ SI- of.NEt ar. SW\4 a SE4 a It'SW'4 MW4a of ..".
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: NW nf NW1., "f NE4..10 20 B J Smith.. ..- __--__-.-__--.- t *'7 SE ___...__. __. ____u__.. 4 'I ItI 210 M...w..rp. Thomas ___ .
ow NTFVi of NWV4 -111. 20 14 Frank McOrarCarry .____.'___. ..'.. .' M S4' of SIj of Lau 7 a ,.. ___... 'I 7 10 4AN4i T W.te.. ___, Ii
SI!:' \o-----------::::: SO 44 &. !Smith \ .f Lon 11 a II ___.-...._. T 'II MIl f ;' And..oa ..-....._ :
t .1 vr>s'Ft4; 04 or Lot. 4 _.__.__._._u.___. 1 7 II 411 : Shaw __ ; '. "
of A _. _.___ _. 411 A. '1' Go.... .. '
.1 Vw. .?" wwW \4 N4" cf Lnt 1 .._____ 'I 'I II _
...? K J of !sw", "' N Not\ or BWtI of !IW14! u E: I Au' T'O 11 O M -ilia .... . ...1
NW' "' "' Corn 401) ft W or E fine or II : ."
aV E'l' + r'jkBW.O-'WW W'4 of S"4 cn N 0..10 of R" '
.r ,4,: t ..NNw 4 of NW4w right of war. It run N 180 f5.
nt AW'4 "f W 490 ft. S to R" or way.then. :
W a0R'ww4 of IIW'4 of iii .. E on right of way aPt
"f I'IW1,4' of "II!: or bog -- -.-.- -..---. .- --.-.- 1 1 $0 8 w8aaw 1 : ."
a NEp4of: 1SF v. of IIE4III' Lot 4 of kID I In Ward City __ 1 T II .1 .. Wart ._ VI'
: t ; .. i N\oIo\ ...IE' Las 1 1'1 a It "f Elk 1 la Ward. 1.71 +

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8Wl tit 670 :' .f NW'4r. dnnntbn" 61.07 City _-._ "__-- .- 1 N 1. I(0.... 4NI
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