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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 23, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME
STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY 23. 1920. NUMBER FOUR t
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SIX HUNDRED MILLION DOLLAR NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEAT[ a
GERMANY TO SELL RAZOR PARTY FLORIDA
WAGE INCREASE IS GRANTED FARMER-LABOR TO GET $30,824 IN IMPORTANT ACCESSIONTO
BLADES AT ONE CENT EACH
TRAINING WAR VETERANS
T. N. Kendrick OUR CITIZENSHIP
Mangled by Ferocioui I Nominated al 4M
Christensen and Hayes
Railroad EmployeFnlght and P... Bull MondayT. Skilled Labor Gels 30 Cents Days Lie Chicago Convention i This Sum Spt"'A'id: ; for Vocational -
Rate to Be Raised
sengrr George M. Inman of Virginia Hire
Cool Very Low
Training of Disabled Service Men
N. Kendrick is partially "laid Chicago, July 10.-Torn with dl. j to Establish SI rout Farm Agency

Chicago July 20.-Whether the up" on account of injuries received New York, July 19.-That safety sention and stripped of considerable Federal funds-, amounting to $30- -
of a nation-wide railway from a savage bull Monday morning,, Starke hs had a very important
spectre razor blades of the same type a. the of its strength through desertions 824.51 will be In Florida during
strike has been laid by $600,000,000 and bruises all the way from his feet Gillette, which retail for fl per doa the Farmer-Labor party after an all the next four spent for the accession to her citizenship this weekin

wage increase granted today to more to his ears testify to a close call. en in the United States, can be bought night wrangle, nominated Parley vocational rehabilitation years of promotionof the person of Mr. George M. In. t
1,800,000 railroad employes tonight On the day mentioned Mr. Kendrickwent persons man, of Petersburg., who comes
than for one cent each in Germany is the Christensen a Salt Lake attorney for disabled in industry if Governor Catts /
remained undecided. out with W. S. Green to the lat. here to establish a branch office of theE.
information
contained in a letter from president, and Max Hayes, a Cleveland accepts the provisions of the act .
Brotnerhood officials, after all day ter's farm, the former Hess place, two Edmond F. Stratton, an American,,, labor leader, for vice president. recently by congress providing pass.ed for A, Strout Farm Agency of New

conferences, made no attempt to conceal miles southwest of Starke, to vacci- engaged in the exporting business, residing between 3 and 4 o'clock yesterday co-operation between the York, probably the largest handlers n,

their disappointment that they nate some hogs. Soon after their ar- in London. morning. Christensen is a former the state in this work.governmentand of farm property in the world.

did not get all of the billion dollar rival, Bill Brown, who lives on the Mr. Stratton writes that instead of Republican progressive and a former Mr. Inman has been a planter and
In order to obtain the benefit of
increase they asked. The belief grew, farm, found that a bull had enteredthe importing goods from the United forty-eighter. The ticket was completed the business man in Virginia and comes to d

however, in the absence of any talk corn field, and Brown and Green States to Germany or England he isgoing at dawn this morning in which was the appropriation each state must. accept I Starke very highly recommended by
provisions of the
of an immediate strike, that the union mounted horses and went to drive the to export the German-made practically a labor convention. act through its his. home bank und a number of ,+
would submit the award animal out. .. legislature and must guarantee an +
officials They Information
were accompaniedby -- -- Prominent ritirer. From such
United States
good to and England,
amount equal to that provided by thegovernment i
probably without recommendation, toa a dog. Kendrick also went inside as he finds it more profitable under WOMAN PLEADS FOR DEFEATOF I as the Telegraph has of
but states in which the
referendum of the men. A decisionon the field, to have the gate open for the circumstances and he does not believe SUFFRAGEA legislature does not meet before next I him, hr has been a citizen of the high
this point was promised tomorrow the bull's egress. est standing at his former home in
that America
or England can
by W. G. Lee, of Cleveland, grand Soon the bull came running toward compete with Germany under such plea to the Tennessee legislature January their governors.may accept the art through j Virginia! and he is a live wire At

president of the brotherhood of railway the gate with the dog at his hei-ls. condition. against ratification of the suffrage present, :Mr, Inman is stopping at the

trainmen. Although it was open he refused to amendment has been sent to A. \\'. Congress has appropriated $7U,0t( () i Bradford Hotel, but will shortly, move
Railroad representatives acceptedthe go out. Mr. Kendrick picked up a "Back to the export business, the Weeks a member of the legislature, for this work for the year beginning 1 his family to Starke and, become a

award philosophically, and immediately stick and tried to turn him back, when letter states, "only this time instead by Miss, Annie Brock, of Los Angelus, July 1st, and 1000.000 annually for I full fledged! citizen, ready to take part

set about plans for passing the the bull lowered his head ran toward of exporting from the states I am go. CaL who was formerly a woman suffrage the succeeding throe years, the mon in every movement fr the promotionof

$300,000,000 addition to their wage him and threw him down. The bull lag to sell them goods, principally leader. ey to be apportioned among tho stateson j the interests of Starke and Brad ,

budget along to the ultimate consumer had long and horns but German goods. I have just come from the basis of population On a basis furd county
sharp they workers \
"I of the prominent
I of was one of the 1910 I r
where lot
Germany bought the
in this case the man who the a population federal
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pays were far apart and Mr. Kendrick wa who helped bring suffrage to CalIfornia Mr. Inman's first work hero will b* r
goods and sold them here. It is board) announced the state and
Armed with reliable advance my quotas
freight.
struck below the cheat by the poll, a and I regret it," said Miss to collect data for the Florida catalog:
to what intention to work up a business with Florida would! be entitled to $II,16H.I!
knowledge as the award
horn be issued the
projecting on each side of his Brock in her appeal. "Since suffrage soon to by Strout Agency
would provide, the railroads had theirfigures body. The dog then attacked the bull, America. there has been an alarming increasein for the year beginning. July 1st and and circulated throughout the

ready. Judge R. M. Barton, whose attention was drawn to his as "I am going back to Koln in a week immorality divorce and murder in tD1,221.(17/ annually for the next country. lie is particularly interested]

chairman of the United States rail- sailant and Kendrick quickly got up, where I shall open up an office and remain California. three succeeding years. in photographs of growing crops, and

way labor board, had hardly handed badly bruised on feet, hands, chest, there most of the time pickingup Should Florida accept the provisions would bo glad to hear from farmers
down his decision when E. T. Whiter, arms and behind the cars by the hoofs one German article after another "Woman suffrage has made cowards of the act the plan of adminidtra who have any kind of crop that will
representing the more than 400 rail and and the and puppets of men. It has coar- tion and supervision, the courses of make
of the bull. He tried escape throughthe shipping to England a good showing for the county. "
roads involved, announced that the gate, but the bull again attackedhim states. Outside of the difference in. sened and cheapened. women" study and the methods of Instruction On receipt of such Information he will
- -e-
will be
roads would need an increase of 18 and threw him down, this time rate of exchange, Germany will lead tRIFLE I left to the discretion of the send the photographer out to get a

per I cent in freight rates to meet the with one sharp horn, which penetrated the world manufacturing certain ape.rialitiell TEAM: 0.'OIl CAMP state authorities and the training an picture, lie is also ready to begin

wage boost. The interstate commerce the right trouser leg and bruisedthe made of metal and paper for JOHNSTON.!' JACKSONVILLEThe injured person would receive would bo listing properties for sale The Strout
in
commission will be asked to spreadthe leg. By this time the riders came the next five years. The German addition to any compensation that Agency does a strictly! commission

increase over both freight and up and they with their shouts and the workman gets on an average 30 cents local military company will be might be awarded by the wOl'kml'lI"cOIII"ell.atlon business. and does not buy and sell

passenger rates. dog with his attacks succeeded in get- per day for his labor and they are represented! at the state rifle shoot board. lands.

The $600,000,000 award representsa ting the furious animal away from skilled mechanics. It is easy to figure which I hi being held' at Camp Johnston --. Mr. Inman will have his office at

21 per cent increase in the pay of Mr. Kendrick and out of the field. that the states will have a difficult Jacksonville, by a team of eight fir- HAMPTONHampton. I the office of Iho Bradford County Abstiaet .
the railroad men. For the first timein time to compete with this low cost of ers and two markers, total of ten men I I Company.
history the roads payrolls\ this The victim of the bull's fury, manufacture The duty amounts to who left Tuesday morning for Black July :':3.-)Dr. Hunter and --- -
year though not seriously hurt, was in no little. Point under command of Firnt. Se.rgt. wife have returned to their home after 'i Ml;1.1.1.It
will! the three billion mark. Mr. very
pass state to do the work he had come to Julian L. l'lIck.Fil'lt a visit In Atlanta. I i

Whiter estimated the 1920 payrollsat do, bruised and bleeding as he was, "A good line la the Gillette safety Lieut. Archibald Thomas and Mrs Josephine Sullivan and Miller 23. :Mr.. und e(
July
$3,844,000,000, more than double I razors and blades. The patent has MI'II'i I Mrs Jno
the $1,468,676,394 paid in 1914. and with horns clothes and torn hoofs to and rags went by thebull'g to just run out and I can furnish you Corporal !Mortice Newmans left Mon. M. L.'l1llt'I'''"'' wore transacting I I ;Mott) of Lake Duller, spent' the week.rod .
business In Waldo!
day for the target range, Lieut Monday. I III' with the latter's parents, Mr andhire
The board's award wns made retro- blades at one cent each packed in a
hitch his horse the and !\
to buggy re- lubose. and family
Thomas having been detailed an assititant Koland Thomas ;
active to'May 1, with provision that special envelope with American printing of1'0,1 ro
home. back
turn Then the bull came are guests of her
.
range officer and Corp. New parents Miss Vii!rie 1'hullla.1.1 Alaclum,
back for three months falls due and American trademark I believe
pay i{I
and Mr. Kendrick narrowly escaped a ;Sirs) David Jones, this week
mans as telephone operator.The ) spent' several days of lust week" with
he
August 1, when 150000.000 is to blades sell at about 75 cents or
third attack. The bull kept watch out- A, A. Burden and family returned \Miss Anna Belle .
distributed in addition to the regular $1 per dozen in the states. Safety men composing this team have I 1'ceplos.
side the gate for an hour and a half, home Sunday after n ten days outingat I Miss
pay) Yard service engineers, firemenand the and razors in duplicate of the Gillette I been practicing daily on the local target ; I digs Ward, /Oahl"vll141 f ,
pawing ground bellowing, Indian :Springs; fa.!
They reporta 'tho wrek end with r
spent Mr. and Mrs. :
-
helpers, who received an hourly running at anyone that "came out of run sell for about 20 cents each. range; and have made some very very plousunt trip.
J. I.
Brown
increase of 18 cents, will get: the.bip- "I like living in line marks) No doubt some of them !i t
t.ha.YIIrdThere were two shotgunson r..rmany'el'y Mrs Frank Hicks find
i I
grandson, Messrs, Curl Brown and ICnrl Peep.les l
It.t back pay cheeks, their" three | the place, but not a single shell I I' much. It is clean and the climate is will qualify among the best shots in Chas. Hunt, were visiting friend and,>. of the University. Gainesville, S
the ,
n iths' award totalling $110.16. Had there been the bull would soonhave I good. There in plenty to out and state. relatives in Alachuu Sunday.W I I I agent the week-end with homcfolks.

Ii its decision the board! followed been converted into tough bpd drink and cost of living Is'ery low. I The best sixteen shots in the state E. linker, of Brooklyn, wa at. j Miss Ruby 1'arrlnli who In attending .

broad general policy laid down by This bull which Is a public menace (I should say that for $1 per day you will be detailed to attend the National tending/ to business here Tuesday. I thin teachers training school at

Lane, commission appointed in I and which can break through any tan stop at the beat hotel, have thl''etrood I Rifle Shoot which will be held at Camp Mr. Kin01 Therossuvm a busl- Gainesville: spent the week-end with
!!>11'! that the man who received the meals, and Perry, Ohio at which time each statein I .
pay your laundry i nesS visitor Saturday.
'
is described about her
fence, as weighing I.al'pntllII'\ find Mrs. J, \\ Pur.ri oar
a.t should get the most.Today's 800 pounds, of light red color and having tips, with a bottle of wine for your the uniou will have a team in attendance Mr. and Mrs I II. W. Moore of The .h. }
award, if it is accepted by J dinner-and a one-dollar bill will this to establish. the best ressa, were shopping in i
his dewlap cut ns one of the pay I Hampton IlIlItlItlll'lay. Miss Nitn Johnson, of WhiteSprings
| tl men, will bring to a close, at least for it all! Amusements are corres Bhots in the country. The army and ,
marks. lie is said to be owned by j visiting. Miss .Francis. Waters
fi, the present the board believes, the pondingcheap.. A navy will also be represented.Those I.. C. '
Wm. Edwards, of Starke, and torange good suit of I Ray, of South Florida, wui', this week ll
-'mingly endless cycle of wage deli clothes can be bought for $15 one can' on the rifle team In Hampton ,
the lake swamp and the country ; arm Monday Mr. Kay taught Rev. Joyner, of iHiken, assisted by
indi from the railway workers, get a shave. haircut and shampoo for First Sorgt Julian L, Peek, firer.Sergt. srhoul I hero twenty Itev. '
around it. He is the first ferocious years ago and Is I, J. A. lilnatoti, of Gcorgin.: have
itartlng with the demands of 1916. five cents, a manicure for five cents Thomas Telfulr Long firer. kindly remembered
,
by the
1 bull known in this section for Ilampton'pnuple closed I one of thin must, successful .
many years, and if not killed by the Ia'I good bottle of wine for 20 cent, a Corp. Warren Perkins, flror.1'vt. meetings over held! at the l-'ruo Will I
| CAX'T HELP TALKING fine hat for $1, a cup of coffee for Clarence Paul E. Cunova Jr. J. Alton who has
1 owner, he is sure to be Killed by someone I on- been very sick the IlaptUt church hern. The church and
SAYS TilE TIMESUNIONIn else in self defense, as the atta'kabove ly one cent Carl! Hough, Iturncy McUae, Uobt. W. past work in improving at this writJog I community, were greatly revived spir.

i described )is by no means his "The hotel price for a room runs Price, ftrers. I Itunlly.

Starke they are still talking I first. from 10 to 15 cents a night, including Pvt. Wm. R.: Crosby Wm. O.Strulh Miss Emma: Johnson of Huvul coun Kev. H. 1.. Goodman, of Lepuburg
about the splendid parade that was a I !'; markers ty I la visiting here t
--.-- steam heat and a breakfast broughtto this week Miss. attended" the revival hero lust woek.

feature of the Fourth of July celebration. PRINCE JOACHIM: COMMITS SUICIDE : your room for about seven cents The present! strength of the local Johnson was formerly a resident of Henry )Dougluss und family of Lake .
Many handsome floats wereentered I lIt chambermaid I is 110 men all the law allows Hampton and has
| you gave a ve marks company many friend who Okeocbobi'o, spent several day. visit-
and the Telegraph last week equal to about five cents, she would and thu only company in the are glad to see her. lug relatives In 1 this community during
lad a more complete description of keep cleaning the all entire state reaching this number of Miss Maggie \Maxwell Starko''
ofIlohenzollern I room day long. was in the week. They lire <*nr ute to
I 1
Berlin 18. Prince Joachim
the prize winners and some others July \.(
of the former My office will cost me $3: a month for enlistments. When organizing the Monday. I I North Carolina on a pleasure trip and
than had been possible before. The youngest son William ,, rent and $3 for a typist." company here last February the state P. 1\[. Geiger, of Waldo, was at. are traveling in a truck equipped with
committed -
affair was admirably planned and car. German Emperor military authorities stated that we tending to business here Saturday j u complete camping outfit.
tied out in fine It will long be suited today at Potsdam. Ho i
style. would be allowed until June 30th Mrs Mersey of Theresa
to
was at. The .
is believed to have been in financial SAYS HUSBAND/ IS HER/ FATHER many friends of Mrs M. C,
remembered. divorced. recruit to 100 men. This was done tending: to business. here !Monday I Dukes are glad to know that she Is.
straits and recently
-- ---- was I
Baltimore July 19.-An unusual and since then the additional 10 men Mr Traxler, county agent conducted ) /greatly hnp.'on.Ilftl'r. an attack of

ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT OF Prince Joachinm was born in 1890( story is told in a bill of complaint filed have been added, beside several men a very Interesting' meeting here fever.
NATIONAL GUARD OF FLORIDA
and was wounded in the late war. After I in circuit court today by Anna Bell I' having. been discharged on account of Saturday: | John W. Moran( un
August 11th is the official date set the defeat of the Germans there 1: Jones, for the annulment of her marriage removing from the post, making a Mr, Andreu, of Lensburg, Is thoguest Nancy lloyd, of Tampu, are visiting 'J
for the that the Emperor William I to William M. Jones. The case gross total enlistment about 120 men of her parents, Mr and !Mrs. T.I j friend and relatives In thin communIty ;
annual of the were rumors f
National encampment abdicate in his favor. lie Is that of a wife and mother who I A company of this size and character M. Hagan this week this. week Mr. Moran Is a former

Guard of Florida to be heldat would in 1910 to Princess Marie I says that she has! learned that her in a great asset to a town and I. H. B. Wiggins was transacting bus. citizen of Brailfoid county, having '"1.i''.
married
Camp Johnston, Jacksonville. i was should (tness
I I have the hearty support of the In Starke Saturday
The local will entrain onWednesday Augustine of Anhult, against whom. husband-the father of her two children I moved from here some thirtyyears 1
company entire Dr.
community and Watts of South
,
that he I I -whom she supposed to be her county. Jacksonville, ago
The morning, 9:55, Aug. llth. there are recent suit.reports Joachim was stepfather, was her real father, and --- ..--- I: a specialist in the treatment of the Mrs Matilda: McCrae, of Tampa, Isvititing .1
date divorce
that brought
decided a
was i
early so :
RETURNS: FROM KTKAWIIKRKIES eyes, ours amt throat
ach the war but little that his improper conduct towards was attending at the home of her niece, Mrs.H. .
here during
and man could make the popular .
every to office work
$412,1499 here
her younger sister caused the latterto Monday. G;. Crawford
since.JACK .
proper arrangements to get leave has been heard of him I leave their home. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter : '.- -
from their employers to attend this -- .--- Plant City, July 20.-A review of Wilma, returned from Jacksonville
MISS IIIIK
of NOW IN CITSTODY 1 Mrs. Jones declares in the bill that EPPERSON (AYESThEATItE
JOHNSON
duty. the
pour before her marriage she lived with strawberry crop always proves Saturday, : : PARTY
J OFFICERSLos
Hearty support of employers of 01U.. S. i I her parents, without being aware of one of the most interesting feature Saturday J. I n. Pry, while driving -
f-aeh man is requested by the local of the annual resume for the Plant his car on Main street I,
20.-Jal'k her supposed stepfather's. identity. ran into a Mls Iris. Epperson gave a delight.ful .
mlitary authorities. It is the custom Angeles Cal., July I City large .
territory tree. lie received
hat champion Another unusual feature of the story a severe In- I theatre party to a few friend on
the pay of men should go on Johnson, former heavyweight! Is the assertion of Mrs. Jones that The crop of 1919-20 was one of the jury to his right hand and his little i Friday evening After attending the

I while away, thus showing the hearty pugilist of the world who crossed line- the revelation of her supposed step best in the history of the industry son was hurt about the face, though I I picture show at the Gaiety Theatrethe
Vo-operation for the maintenance nf the international boundary here which '
father's identity came to her in a dates back many yyars. not seriously. Both tree and party returned to the home of
[ 1 good and useful organization of the from Lower California today, was dream The acreage was not large, approximating damaged Mr. and Mrs. W J. Epperson': and

I 'omj"unity. brought here tonight from Sun Ui'ltoand will Two children were born of the mar. less than 250 acres, exclusive! Ray Colley, of Starke, was a visi spent the remainder of the evening
The camp will last 15 days. lodged In the county jail. lie of Dover, which marketed the bulk of tor to Hampton Sunday with
custody of federal riage, boys eight and three years, games: music and delicious tefreshments. t
in the
- leave tomorrow the berries there Mr. Koon of 'I
grown direct from Wald
who are said to be entirely normal was transact' The rooms of the lower "
RETAIL PRICES INCREASING AS officers for Chicago to begin serv. and healthy. that station. The return. to the grow. ing business here Tuesday floor were decorated charmingly with '
\\WHOLESALE DECREASE sentence for violation of the \Mann however based -----. .... .
PRICES ing ---. ers, on the dally average -- Shasta daisies and hydrangeas, u'ld '

act. I I COMPLIMENTARY! TO MISS THA- of the platform, aggregated MILLS-KITE SUIT DISMISSED the younghode... assisted by her smother

Washington, July 20.-While retailED Johnson, who has been residing In I BIN AND HOUSE PARTY : 412899.24, or an average of 89.7 per [ Mrs. W. J: Epperson, |prove l

prices were steadily increasing Tia Junana, Mexico several months, i i quart Total! shipments from Plant The suit J. B. Mills vs Silaa Kite, j!| themnclves to be cordial entertainer. t

4une, wholesale prices of foostuffs rode In an automobile to the Mexican ; Mr and Mrs. Roscoe :'(Lane gavean City aggregated! 1,054,832 quarts. This in which Mills charged Kite with having Fruit punch was served throughout

'"opped 2 3.4 per cent, the depart- side of the boundary. informal dance Tuesday evening, shows that many grower averagedmore robbed him of $272 while he wan 1 i; the evening, also ice cream and cake

I. >' >f labor's bureau of stathtics He shook hands with several Mexican i complimenting Miss Thann, of Madi- than $1,000 to the acre-in fact, a prisoner in the town lock-up, a pre. ,., at a late hour.

i need today in its monthly sur- officials, walked to the American his : son, who is \Mrs. J. M. Mitchell's attractive a great: many of the growers received liminary hearing of which was held' I I i The invited guests 'were: Misses.

'' the American family's food customs house, presented guest, and young people of gross 'profits exceeding $1,000 to the before Judge: Gardiner last. Tuesday Audrey Johns, Elizabeth rownl", .

trice T passports and stepped across the line. the house party. Dancing on the wide acre the past season afternoon, has been decided' as far as I Margaret Long, Messrs.. Charlie '.

idvance in the retail price of Special agents of the department of veranda, to the strains of the victro- -i -.r-riTI.I ,mmm the county judge's. court is concerned. I Johns, Thomas Limbaugh, Tolfair

['-' uring the thirty days ending justice were waiting for the pugilistand la, was enjoyed until a late hour, after TO CONFEDERATE VETERANSThe Friday afternoon Judge: Gardiner gave/: ; Long and Clifford mitch, of Raiford.

e J th. was placed at two per cent, placed him under arrest as he en- which dainty refreshments were serv. It as his opinion that the evidence -- ----. ..---

ti Tease of nine per cent since tered the United State ed. general reunion of U. C. V, will against Kite was not sufficient to bind The ten largest cities of the United

r" a> l Figures as to wholesaleS Johnson said he hoped to reenterthe be held at Houston Texas, October 6, him over to the circuit court am] the I States, with their 1020 population, are

nq "' lowed that clothing during ring, even If he serves a prison Epworth League 7:15 p. m. 7 and 8, and the Florida division U. suit was dismissed So that instead of as follows: New York, 5,621,161|

eased even more than food, term. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. C. V. will meet at Orlando and hold digging stumps at Raiford, "Silas" Chicago, 2,704,212; Philadelphia, 1,-
.
"me amounting to 3 1.2 per ---- Preaching at Lawtey, Friday, July the state reunion there on the 10, 11 will be found at the same old stand, 823,158; Detroit/ 993,739; Cleveland.

' leI and lighting, other items \METHODIST 28rd, 8 p. m. and 12th of November. keeping watchful eye on bootleg. I 796,830; St. Louis 773,000; Boston,

i' udget of the average family, J. C. DIGGS. S. F, MORGAN, gers, "transporters," tin horns and 747.923;; Baltimore, 733,820; J'ltta.
t n>a d* more than four per cent In Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. I Pastor. Adj. 2nd B., Fla. Dlv. P('aee disturbers generally | burgh, 688,193; Los Angeles, 676,480. I"is
r at l price during the month. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.






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.. D.ntoY.e S.a T. L Arr 1'1' r_ "coII. H. Rosenberg was a visitor to Jack.
r. -
N.-
,...,$_ .... T. M A.rr afternoon.

814 a N\40 of NWI cof eE14 A .801 W. 8. Cron .. Iwo T.I r II. k..attAoriotla.tlla N.... 411 Lot 11 _._ 1 9 It 'fI7 A. B. F1eteber ........1201 7970Bn Rev E. B. Joyner, of Dukes will aonville last week.of New
Colson River
__._ 4 It next Jack
BW14 of 50044 __ _____ CI of Lot 1 k Lot I. 8. fill his regular appointment here Will a

i BE4. E'ltl"f .f SW'4 81t14 a _aW44___ __.f___BE"_ II 4 II IU A. A. FMtehr,1M\ ltoOLo. 1800u44 Car of Lot 111 W a.ft N Lot a la Sby129ftEk Saturday and Sunday. Everybody .J business visitor to town Saturday.Mra. .
F1.kbr.1I0
; q .. t a t a NW\4 af NE410 t It lilt A. 8. NE Co. .f Lot lIn ft N .a vited.T. L. H. Eastman of Starke, lithe
of .a Lot 1 a. N44of attending of Mrs. C. H..
tIIE\4
Register
480 lot 8bpAt'ftEa.AN'17ft of Starke was guest ; this
NWf,4 __ _________u_.__ II It 110 W. 8. ante ar Lot 11 __ ___.______u_ 7 I II II K. 1. A4dleoa __ 010 411Wt. N. Limbaugh Tuesday.Mrs. week.
al4l cof Ntllo a of 8E\4 AF'ItI to business here
? A. B. Ftetaher .. u"IM of NW" .a Nw\4 of BW\4
_____ .t It ten Fowler
of Lou I I toNE / 01BE" of Jackson Miss Stroup of Dade City
UI a E" of A Swot, Harvard Crosby
41) W. 8. Croft 8W4
.
._._ I' '
__ __ t2 4
I NWIio .f NW4 ? __ ____?__ 9 e It 1411 A. B. Fletobn _110' 140. week at the home of is visiting Mrs Rafe Johns. _
% a. 1':141' 411 NW14 a. BW BE41 ____-_______ I I 10 10 J. L. v...... .11 400 ville, spent last .
1/ V af NW\4 a__N\i__,__.t_.IW\4._..__.aI t. 0 I' UO A. B. Fletcher12D\ 1101I E'kaf NEg,7 a E.... of Nw\4 I 1 .0 lit P. P. Eery tN tOO Mr. and Mrs E. L. Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Markee and
I t )110 of 8E" NE$ .a E" 01 NW\4 I 1 20 III H. O. Varnr lot 800 of Newberry. has children are guests of his ,parent
;I' NE', af IIWIio .a N\i, of Bit" n F M Peare. or 1&.00 W t4 of BW 1/ __ ._____..___._ I 6 40 80 A. B. Fletchr ICIO 000BW4 Thelma Nipper, her Mrs. Mitch Markee. .
x. \ af BW", __ .__._.__._ II d II A'S' .00 100 .f ill here at the home of Mr. and
FMtcber of a BE'4 NW14BEKof. been
:,d\ 8144 cof NE'4 _. ______..__..___ II 1. 60 -- NK'4 W\40\ 01 very Mr. and Mre. A. J. So- Tommie Dekle spent the week-end

BE' of NWIIo .a N4 of 8 I. C. P..ra ... . 110 100NWV SW.4-__ __ 1. 9 It 140 J. P. Brv.o I" 1200N grandparents,
so -
? -- with hit parents Mr. and Mrs. T
IC. W'" __ __ _____.____ II 4 II /0 W. 8 Croft u..oo'I % 01 Lota I I .a N 14 ft4 B welL J.
of BW14 _____ --- II 4 tl B h: __ 101.00 was in Graham Sat- Dekle.B. .
to Lot I a
'I IIWIio of NE4 ___h..._.___ II 4 It. A. etc ( or Lola I" Lucian Hazen
.. NW NEIIo 644 af Lot 9 a. N44 of Lot 11 Y. P. U. met Sunday evening at
E& NWNE144B off .a part of Lou 4 a 5 qual urday.U. .
'1'' a E'h 01 8WIio. 8W\4.a BE14 _IW"'n__ II 4 II 646 A. B. Fletchr1710\ IIH n A __ ________.._______ 18 1 20 III A. B. Fletcher. --2CIO 28x0 D. and Lloyd Johns, of New River 7:30 and the report from the assembly
,,1. 4344 of N44 af Lot I a. N14 offat town Saturday.T. delegates enjoyed by those present
i' NE\4 of NE\4 a. 814 of NE4 _ ._ .____ 80 I. R. Changer .CI 300BEV were in our
. 4 I' UO A. B. Fletchet __" 00 1400n1 II ___ 11 1 11! and Mrs. Kinney Townsend
.. .1 Mr.
I *S 0 k 8... -- ------------ - : of NE'" a of 1IF.\4 14 1 10 110 T. V. ADd...... 100 100 B. Shirley growed a pumpkin on ore

E"" a NIW of NW" a 2W4of 1 It 610 A. 8. Fletcher" _1000 1200 All N44, or Lot I N of PublICI this year which measured pleasantly located in their new homein
NWV a 8144' 01 8W\4 ..... ---10' 4800 road __ __ ________ It I 10 II 001.. b. T. 8priak" U' 200 his farm
__ A. B. Vletc. West Butler.
n1 N a PE'4:' __._______ I II 100 N'4 of Lota 1 A 1. .. !\{! 6 feet 4 1-2 inches around and weighs
I ,
1'1 1'1' of HE'4 a SWA a.af IIW NEI4 ofII Lot t _.___.__?______.,__ I I 20 110! 1. F. 'BeDDett 110 100 74 pounds. The variety of this pump- Mr. and Mrs. B. Z. Matthews have
NEIIo 01 Nw'4 A. D. Fletebel' ........1660 6100t iotc Ia 10 .x 2 A In Sa He moved to the home of S. M. Carver
II NwI4 __ ___-00___.._._____ 6 II 140 8'1:0 71 I. M. Ifarr. au toO kin is the Hastings!!: Big Jumbo.

.t..+: WI4 IIJI4: a of P'4 JoIW\4 of 8W14 a. 8W\4_. __of___S_ 4 I II !w C. C. Doub.rIS1000. 110. 11141 of Let s B. .1i Lot i1-._.__ 7 e is 12. L. a. Rlcherdeoa eGO 100 is one of Brooker's progressive farm- Dr. Marshburn of Chattahoochee

110"' ,. __. W\4.- _______--__-_ 1 1 II 120 A. B. Fleto"'l'" _- 10. lIott' N'io of liP:" of NW4 a SW44a ers. I visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.

i r- -E'4 or filE'.. a NW14 a. 8W14 af NEy4:of h..neh all BW'4 01_BE'4_____8__of_mill___ It 0 10 200 B. 1. Sapp ___ 800 100 d _. __ I J. Marshburn, this week.
E" or
a NWI4 NW'4 40 O. W. BapD 110 200E44of5Wt4aw1744A.fW Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle Mrs C H.
' NW\
J or BW'4 a. W.... of IE\4 a SIC ___ .tw0800 of _. ____.____ 17 I. H. Pappell ______ 100 100 Register and daughter, Julia motored!
:J V of SEV'" __ _______..___ I I INI4 / 161 A. B. Vl.toh.r {( IIE'A 1C I 10 Strick- Starke Thursday and Mist
All W Long C. to Julia
or LoICI I a. 4 0. N34 01 of Lot S 411 Lake Butler July 23A.
0.:' NW\4 __ __.___ .._____..____ 0 1 It T1 Jamr CI..o. Jr. .CIO UIi Drench k S""4 of Lote 4'1I aa land Friday in Jacksonville.Mrs. : spent the weekend.Mrs. .

"i 0 NW\4 o1 NE'4 k. BEI4 411 NE P-- 100 100 a le a. all all Lot Lot 9 a. N44 of 01 266 M.. J N. Rlmr ___ I" 1811IINW4 spent and children E. H. Christie and son Wit.
V4aNU. of IIE4 __ _.__._ II S l1t 140 )oho D. I a NIf Lot I' 18 I to H. Rosenberg ,
.d \ IIW', Df NI':14: a. SE44 .f n NW\4 8 1 It BO A. B. P1.teh.r --- 80' ao.y' 01 NE44" a 2044 of NW'4 21 1 to 120 I. H. Poppell _____ .01 aoowu and children spent Sun- liam Hill of Valdosta, are guests )t
it ;I I "JI4: of NW\4 a. Slil ._______ 'f 1 It 110 A. B. Ft.tober _..---2700 6600 of IIW'Io __ ..__.n_______ 8. II .0 80 R. H. ONeD ____ II' 100Nw'4 Mrs. Harold Worthington. Rev: and Mra. S. S. Proctor this week:
af HE'4 a NE'4 .f N day at
E44 W\4 or E'NW'4-of Trout a.. all crook W44 un of___1'1i'l '' 8 6 It 100 1. M. P-.... --- 100 1110 W'4 _n._.__._..._ I 'f 20 la Ed..."" I. 1Aw1e ____ 110 ..00IIW Sunbeam band met in regular session Mr. and Mrs. George: Coleman left

F'' 4 NI'4' a 8IW __ -_____________. I I It 480 A.. B. V..r. __-1100 4Sot Dr NE1.k liE" of. NW afternoon. Friday for a visit to Maine.
;, 110 John 0..... 101 000J 14 a. E'4 of 8W'4 8W'4 Sunday
\ -
I r ilL, E"NWY of" of NK14 a. a.IWI4 Jl:1iI: or of NW"HE'4 0 I It of fll'':'" _. .. u__________ 'f 20 2411 M... M."" R. Th..... _1000 1200 Charlie Tomblin, of Johnstown was Mrs. A. C. Strickland and dau ;h.

,(\J i! ".. W 4 NE"01 NW'1' k. S... _._ _. 1 I t. 1120 A. B. F1ftche. ____8900 1200 wu of 8144 of Lot .____._._ 'f 'f 4NW4 / 20 W. T. w..ke ____ 10 lOG transacting busines sin town Monday.J. ters, Mildred and Ella Mae, left Friday .

r. ..., .lIh k. of 844 NJ4 Df:'fwl4; a NW'4 nNWV' or HE"C .. W'4 a of N'io NWl4 or BW a BIt"-0' NWV of N 9 'f'0 100 ... O. A. IA.... ___ COli 1008E' S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to for several weeks visit with rela.

1 C or of a. 0044 nf NE4N4\ of BE\4 lives and friends in Richmond.
y IIE'4 NW'4 260 A. B. FIet.oh.r _111' 2100NW4 e8 Ap of.wa,. __ .. ____ 0 7 20 104 H. P. Gamer ___ 100 180A town Tuesday.Mrs. .
n/ __ ..._ . _____. III I ,. Mrs. Robert Elliott of
}
rl'4 Tallahassee
Rofb. S. Bobene ___ 180 too < 120 F. S. Fowler __.____ 100 800 Collins and daughter ,
._ .._____.....__ It 1 It 40 W. ;' of It 1F.4!; of NW" 10 'f 20 Roger ,
!4 E'h Df NW'4 a IIW'4 nf NW'4 NIt"01 NW"WI. ,{{ of roor JO 'f to 1211 H. P. O.Iner ____ 4011 6110F4 have returned to their home in Pensa- spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs S,
9 f '" Owa4iltlfIl'IR1lf[ :1:110 $ 40 8eb\'On Crosby _____ 110 200NWI4 I
a N4!! of IIW'4 a NW'4 of 'f. of "E'4 _____. 1. 'f'0 weeks S. Proctor.
Yy, PEV ___ ______ ..._. t1 1 1. 200 A. B. Fleteber _____110. '000NW4 Dr NWI4 ? __________ It 'f to 40 P. A. Crosby. ____ 181) 100PFV cola after a visit of several .
or NE'4 a REV u.' or 8W16 II I I' 00 A. B. Fletcher" __._ eoo 800PR4 : of NEI4t __ ___._-i II 'f 10 40 R. B. Thom.. _____ 110 200 with hre parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. : -
1 01 NI''t:' a IIE'4 ._. ___..._ a 1 "10 20'') A. B. Fletcher. ___160' ..000IIW" NW4. of NW'4 _. ________..__ t8 'f 10 40 L. D. Folk ______.160 1100 Townsend.Mr. .
P f.t., of PE44 __ ___.._.___._ U I I' 40 Coneolldat.d Nand E'4. of NP:1: .a IIW', of NEIIo 14 1 to 120 I. C. I'edlrettt _____ 48G aooB.
Bare Co. __ 110 100iy ... of NWh or NW'4 a 8W\4 and Mrs. Rawlerson and children
"i or 111'4': c------------- U I II to A. A. W.IWr _..'U..160 ItO .f Nutty __0. ______.____ 14 'f to 80 W. a. Fowler ______ 110 000SF.t visiting relatives in Georgia,
It' NW4 Df NEVk. of af NW'4 ._ __ ______._ It 'f 10! 411 I 8. Fowls ____-.,-:-. 180 too are SEEDPlant
N" NWI4
q' 4 { NW'4 of !! __ ___.___ 40 W. P. Byrd _________ IBO 200 leaving Friday.E. .
'. l a. Et nr SW '4-- _...__. ...._ U 1 I' '00 A. B. Fl.toher ____1100 1000 REV -_ 14 7 20
N'oiI n' NE'4 k E44 Dr NWt,4, Com .t liE Cur 0' Bee 14 Aron. L. Overby of Richmond, Va., was Martin's lIy-Tea't Seed fir
144 a RW'4 or NW'4 k Au, Dr Won S.e line 100 chll.. N 20eh. of Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proc-
results.
? .. a guest good
1 E chn. to IIoa
IIWI"REV< W.__ .._or_ BI'I4''.._.___1I4Dr _!_! 11 I I' CO'I' A. B. FMah.r1000 4000eW14 II 20 10t ..... ________ II-- 14 ., 10 200 C. B. Roberta _________ 101t 1000 tor Thursday and Friday, leaving: for Cow Peas, $7.50 bushel Velvet
per ;
a'E NE" a E'4 af NW"NJ4:
ef NI'4 % 01 NF.V Valdosta where he
Df 8W'4 .. _____.. _.._._ 11 B It U S. A. ItrlcklaD4 __? 110 200SE4 or BW'4 a. N'4 ot BEIi a. Friday evening Beans, $3.00 per bushel; Sorghum, $3
et.ppt 21 A. or Nw\4 of IIEI4 of 11111400 A.. stns. .bar. was joined by his wife and daughters, per bushel; Rice $0.60. per bushel:
,q, I 111':14: 1'1' Df Rr ex ...... Rf rightofwy&2AonEsideS 80 chn. W of BE 001' See 21 returning to their home Sunday.
'
k W bushel.
rim Oft er IIn. CO ehna. Millet. $4.26 per

Df R/ __ __ __________.___-_._ 11 I It IU I. C. Crows _____ 1&0 100 N 2Q thou. E .0 ehft.. 8 20cbn. Rev. S. S. Proctor preached at Rai- Garden and Field Seeds for summer
11 I 111'4': nf NR'4': a W"'. fir NE4a to """ -10 A.eo\ .beg. ford and the State Farm Sunday.Mr. .
i at a pt ao ahft. W of NECor and fall planting.
I'll of NW\4 ..
{, \ 8"4 DI
NW'4 . ..__ ______.---- ... 1. 11 II,,) A.. B. Fietoh.r1900 2COO1'If of IIH. II a ran S Ult and Mrs. Armstrong and daughters I Largest and oldest established seed
': DI NI':1,4': a NW1,4, of NJ4aNF. : ft. W I3C 11. N USI ft, E U4 Misses Crystal and Laurel, Misses house in the state.
101 ft In the IIf
belf-ll
pt A. aleo
NW"I a. Ft4Nof' 8W4 a Wyof ,! .her AO chna W of I'll' Cor of Omie Scarborough and Mona Alderman Send for seed special and catalogs:

SEt4: 1 a sri" Dr REI4 __.... IT 8 It ceo A. B. Flrtoh.r ____.1100 41008w4 S.o 25 .k ran W .81 "do. 8 returned from DeLand last E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
..
III I-a cr. E!: CU
.tIe, N IIIII
t a. wu n' NF.1 of IIW'a" NE1,4_. ...Df. ..81'4-'_. IT A 11 1"0 1. E. Dnurlw ____ 8M 200N'S' p1M In h...-10 A.___n_.. 21 7 211 cn C. B. Ro""rta _?___?_2MO 1410N4 I week where they attended the Baptist JACKSONVILLE.: FLORID

a. W'4 or IIWI4 ._.._.___._ U 8 It 40'1' A. D. Fletcher ____.100. 4000F. of NI\4!: .. 1 A In NIt pastors' assembly and report hav.
y of "1'1: ._ _.. ...____.. ___ 11 I It 110 J. E. 1)'lrl. _____ 14140' Coe for thuroh _____.____. 24 'f 10! 79 Truman D. D.a\\ _____ SSII 100 ing had a pleasant trip.
i F.' nl NE'Io a. Nw'4 flf NE" All __ __ ._________.__ It 1 11 140 W. R. AileD 8r. ______2&10 1200 !MRS. HOUGII WILL ENTERTAIN:
4 r Nil:" of NF4: k 8ut of-NEV. T. H. Rimes, of Miller was transacting .

i a'",NW'4 or RF.4 a w44._ _or_ -IIF.1,4______B'd _.__NF. It 8 I' coo A. B. Fletcher ------.1000 100Pw a B. D fNW\4\ a B" ________ .0 4 11 121) W. R. Allen 8.. ______2040 ..4011NW4 business in Lake Butler Tuesday THIS EVENING
,"4 of NEt4': _. ..-.._. 11 I It 10 J. E. Dougt.. _________ 110 200 \ nr NE1o! ., a 8144 or NW44 20 1 11! 1211 hen. Ana W. &ppAO 6043Nt. ,
4344 01 AEI4 of NEI4 .a'NE44 or IIWI1 ____._.____.__0 11 4 21 80 Mrs. Ann W. Bapp __ 820 coo

nf fFL\; .. __.. ___u____ 10 8 It SO I. H. Bandlln ________ 2p0 800W.Ur NWH nf NE'4: a E.{ of NWy4a Mrs. Sam Singer and children spent Miss Lena Hough will entertain

DI 1'11'4' : a NWINW'4. : NE4_ _BW4....._k. Wt._ or 2411 lot... Ann W. lI.p" ____ "I 1211II the week-end with relatives in Gaines Epworth League this evening fr
4 fir IIW'Io ._, ___. .____ 211 I It 490 A. D. Fl.teher.2100 28'10F'h AF.yi __. ...._ 28 11 -
111" I..nftl. 0.1"1. ___.___ ville.
of 180 200NW4
1 RR -.5 4 21 *- 8:30 to II her home Cher.
at '
: a nr on
4344 NWI.I A EI DI ,
.
of __......_ /A V.vr GrIRh .._____ 110 1!MNu
\
1 A. B. BE\4 21 4 2t
.. Ftetcher0160 1000I C. A.
IIW It : of "F.4 or 14130 Savage
P14, Jl:1'v: 2t 8 spent Sunday with his
I ..Ii, of NF-V a. NK, of IW'4! of 8W'1 a. REV4 _.u..____ 21 4 2t 240 J"ula Harrl. __________ 8S11 1200 street The affair will be a "kid I i i
A AWV nl fWI"flF.V\ .. U 8 It 8AO A.. D. Fletcher __._-1100 5600.p IIWlj nf NEt: E'io or 8W4" family.G. ty," and everyone is expected t NE'4 n' NF-V, a. 01 A NWI/ or hE'4 __ .___.____ 6 8 It 110 M... MaUlda Rteh; ___. 7430'' MOO W. S. Ware spent several hours
WK NEI4 ._ __._._______ MO I. D. C.rmleh..1 ____ 8&0 .00 and act accordingly
Wry of NW'1 ..
a. NW't a Nu. nl flW\4\ ___. U 8 It nAO A. n. FI tah.. __----.4700 800FI4 2C I 11 ? in Lake Butler Mondll .
':' of NW'IIWI\ ,4 Df UO J'IU T. Townsend ______ 100 400I' BW' of NF.4" .a IIE'4 or NW', The amusement for the evening
NWI4 II
II It
.. SW'! fir NR'4:' A NW'4 of fiEN rx 10It In BW Cnr ._.______. 28 'f II 10 M.. D. A. Barry ._____ 280 uoNE'4 Mrs. Traxler and son spent the be rook prom and a question cont<
f : 144 8. E. .John.on _______._ no 8)0 \ NE4 a wt{{ of NEV. ,
I.4 A N'4 or 0W14, _______._.. 2C I It \Er: week-end Williston.
a ,f NWV .. __.__ _._. 12 a 22 200 T. A. Androwr ________ lao 1000 at "Whatdoes a man's wife
wear
nr 1'11"11' .. _..._.__._.. ... U 8 11 8 S. R. Roberte __.______ 100 100n : >n
NF'4 a. R'! or NW'4 Ir SW"a' NWV, nf NF.4 a. 8 A I. JoII!: Mrs. W. M. Johnston and Willie Easter Sunday Choice refreshments
00'4 H. of fiE", a. NE'4 a1 Car Ir PW'4 of NE14 n I A Mae returned home Friday afternoon
PF.4\ .. IT II II 1120 A.. B. Fletcher" .____.900 1200j In NE 1)0. lit I A 1ft NW Cora will be served. AH mend
P ': NF'4; a--8\I.f- -IW'I-! --a-.--IIW"- -- 10 A 1ft BE CorIIW''", after a visit with relatives in Rome, of the Epworth League are cordial

j .j v r -_ of AA:14.:: a Ft4 !nr REt4 :."__'" 24 I It ISO A. B. rl.ah.r _______2100 8800 I or 1IF.4 .or 11It 1ft I'll!: Cora Ga. invited.
A in I SE Cor a 4 A In

1 F ".NWM nr NEVI..of?NWU_..nu A _SH__>_>_-of Sll 8 to H. L. Mann .._._....__. tie 49D, wTC r __ __ __ _ 81 12 ... 11 N. AI.. Emef. ______ COO 800 J
l a All e" NF'', of NE''', __ tt a jt 6')0 A. II. Flrtrher _... _.4100, 8000 SEk, of NE4. k HE'4 of SE'tex
:. flW\4\ of SRll:' A SFVi of PWi'; 80 5 jt 84 Stephen WllliamaonI .__. 820 4004DOO I A In NW Car .1.0 .Dm
PFt" nf NE'/J:' t Wlu of "tRtli at RE ear of NWSZ of SEa '"
i, "v & NW>4 A NEVj nf *WInf run N 402 ft, W 821 fhT S

a RW'" SWV 4. KWV4 of ; A ft, E 811 tt to beg-: 81 A. H. John. ______
. __ II 22 ___ COlI 600I
8
440 A. B.
"E\4\ a EH: of SEV, __ .. n ___ 10 ]4 Fletcher __----5600
i PE4: n. NKV:' A N''., of NFV. JJvt 5 D KO Itanoe Thnmaa __ .___ 100 Ono I Nli nr 8E\4 Dr NE'. a EI-o! -
of NWl-. A REIN' of BWH" 01 NW4" Df NE'4 a BWIIo of 41 _

A 814' nf SEV, -r ___._ .. .._.. 11 5 jj 200 A, B. Fletcher __.___.U'IO' toooIf NE'1' a. Elf.. nl NW\4 .a 8ytof
Fat or NF'/, ex 7U In SW NW4\ of JoIW4\ a AEV ofSW'4
I Oor A NWVi\ of NEVi\ A. N A. Etlt Dr NEI4 01 SW\4\
' H of NWV, 4 SWI nf \ a N% 01 AW4 af BE'4 .aw'4 8
SWV. or ____...__ _____ 800 /
+ SEV' of SI'\' i ex 18 A on BEll, I 7 22 The Po..Il-Smlth Ca.UOO 1200

S alriv' .. .. .. .. _..__._____. 12 I 28* A. B. Fletcher ______It 40n S884 Eta nf BWI4 a B4 or NE\4 of \ 2
NWi-j: A Sil (lea r.... of NEVi NW\4\ .BNW'4 of oIEI4 aNty v

nf NW VI .. __ __. _-.._.. __. M I if 44" A. D. Fletcher _-----9450 4800 : NE'y' 4or..s .-r--- : 7 : fAA rs rowel-Smith C:. ::1g 600AEt4
1'JI4: :< ft IIor NWLi A. SWU 8wt4 BE.: 7 80 Z. 8ulllvan .,.__ :: 1010SWV
A wv{ or sev\ of or NW'4 a. w44 of NW
PEVi: .. ____... _'_'nu.NE'4 84 if till) A. B. Flrtohcra ____._._1081) BZOO '4 01 RW\4 __ ____.____.._._ 82 'f. 22 80 Frank Hleb Eet. ______ 200 100N'II Small nize Michelina are made of the
"1'4:> of "1'U: jn 8t T. L. Chanorr ________ ono 100 of NF.4' .a N'4 of BI-o! DI same quality materials the
WH of JtWI\, .__ ____ 88 i |f liS T. L. Chanoer .______ eon Len NEt, a EIoto of JoIW\4 .a NEVI 0 by same
y ? u of SWv ________.___ 18 7 .1 240 R. W. Mill. _________ careful
HWVi" of SF'. A SFIof: AWt4! 85 I If 81) J. L .Chanoer-.___.___ SI4 400 W u ..1000 1200 workmen in the same modern
EH' of NK 4 NWVi- of NB N'0 of NW9 of R7 ... 1 1.8A
V, A NW4 -. -_--::_.--._-.- 88 8 m 2M< A. R. Fletcher ______.H4I' SHOO In NE Cur ._ ?________.___ I I U 80 C. A.. R.hm. ______?_ ICO COO factory that have made Michelin

SH of NE: II ''y NW',. of NGV4, A NE'4 nr N Iir products famous.SMITH'S .

hW\4.n\ --...--.-------....--- t I It flit C. A. 8o,d ............ 884 400WH I,,
"f NWU swy of ';w BROOKER I J. J. Morgan motored to Miller
on
M ft KH, of SW'' 4. BWVi\
of SEVj' .. ____ ... -___ _.- I I 11 24'1' A. n. Fletcher __.___uoo t404' I Sunday. p
EWaNtyofNw'4aNW4 Drooler July 23.-:Mr. and! Mrs. E. Chester Andreu of New River
p of swi} .. ._____...... t "I' ILA A. R. Fletcher _____..8104 4410 was j
WH' of SF" A SE: 4 of NWli/ 4 I 11 120 fl. J, warn ...______ too a'IO' M. Hazen motored to Hampton Thursday i in town Saturday
NE"4":\ nf NEw.. ." of Nft: / afternoon Eustis Kelly of New River, was Inhere Ii
4 NWV en W I.' of NWVi Lake Butler '
A of NWV 4. NH' of 8W. Z Lewis Shriver was in Monday morninft.Mrs. .

0 WH of SE"4 A NEVi of SE>4 II I 11 411 A. B. Fletcher .____15'10' 470 Thursday j Jno. Shriver, Lewis and Marguerite -

,i', NEVI:\ nf NEV __ _._._._______. t 1 11 4n A. R. Fletcher ______ 1011 400 I Sarah Gordon of Wayrrons, Shriver and Miss Sarah Jor-
a :\ of ____ ..?_ a" 80 A. R. Fleteher" __..____ eoo 800 < Miss
or NWI4. a. 814 or 8W14 I1 II 10 1gU.' A. R. Fletcher -----1804) 1800 I Ga., spent part of last week at the' dan spent Wednesday afternoon at GARAGE

1'E'., of Spl ex 8 A In BE car II I It 11 P. P. DekleMr. ___.__.____ lOll 8<4 home of Mr. and Mr. Jn). Worthington Springs.
1' nf NWV; A BH 01 SBH:\
of NWV NW14 nf IIWL, ? IS I 1* 100 .. M. W Duke ..... ISi' 104 Miss Edna Baxter and 8hriver'j Several of the university studentsof Starke Fla.
BWV of NF4, ex S A In NW I dy spent Saturday in Gainesville were in our burg Sun.
7r Cor 4 NWl' of 8E14 A. NE: sVurrpn
\W of SW'4 ? _...._..__.___ 18NKI4 < ItIt 114 T J DukM ____.____.. 104 840 1UAO.l-u me. -- day.Harley
a of SWl{ A. WH of SWVi! 14 I' fan W. W. RuhrrU. ...____.. 404' 800 ': Myerg, L. A.: Brown and Daughter; ,;, I Hazen spent part .of last

8K':'< of SFVt: ._ _._.... _. Itnf 1 It 44 R. M, Rave ...______ UO 200 Iris and P. :M. Barefoot and daughter work at Sarasota visiting relatives.
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NW\4\ of "leaa'tH A"n
I NEVi. NE: I
Cor A Ely nf NWVj A E 1.1 'I Inez spent Friday in Gainesville L. :Morgan motored to Graham Sunday -

'p r WWNWVJ _. 20 I It 14St4 R. W. MeLmd ___ son an R. A. Weeks has been on the sick afternoon.
\ nf 5KU: A CH of NI!:' I I I
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of PWl, .. ...__._h____...-. 10! II 10 en G. R. Th I WU of SWVinf'NWK. .. _. ._-_... ___ SJBWV 8 It M.' <". A. Se.if ......_..... lino 400' I I!I Clara Cone spent Sunday with Saturday.H. .
Nil:'" __ _. _... ____ .. _.. 14 a It lea E. L. Rogers" _.__?_.. 800t 800 '' Hill. C. Surrency Mrs.
roe NWV) ex T A In NE: i, rlenrs at Pine P. M. Bare- TOMORROWThere

I Cor A WH of SWVi . ... I ItIt US J. E. crow -_____..__ CIO .0, i iI T. C. Hanen and R. T. Osteen mi>- foot and daughter, Inez Mrs. T. B.

I, BFlj' of 111'W"': of SKVj ton>d to Waldo Sunday. Shirley attended church at Miller last
1 s A. SEVi. nf SWI til' I
ft 4 ex II A in NWwW .. SI I 143 W. D. Duke .__?_____ Ill, 100 Rand Crews was in Gainesville Fri- Sunday.
!IFof SEV': 4 Vflj at SEV' day Mrs. Edd Plnholster and children. it one day that no man has ever
j 4 EH of SWI.of __ __.- ? 20 8 Itt SOO O. W. S' War ____.___.1280 son | of seen
\\-11' SF.H, .. _.._n_. .n., 84nf 1ftIt I 1too 3. K. Ward -..---___ 8840 4001 I Murphy Price was in Starke Thunday Jacksonville are here on a visit and that is tomorrow. It never
NWV SXVl.' EI Or AW morning.Dr. with her mother, !Mrs. Emily Abbott. comes.
V, 4 S<4 nf NW', : ._. . 80 II J. F. Dnnvlww .?_____ 110 1000 and Walter Weeks of Messrs. Walter Baxter
NE14 of NWl', . ___._._..__ 80 6 ItIt 40' H. S' IMnlutnnP. .---.-- tll SAO Tribble and Frazier No
6 All NWV, 1C of Fllrkm.n hranrh 8* II ln0 H. DukM ..______ 4041. (00 LaCrosse, were in town Saturday Sullivan of Baxley Ga., and Misses man-No woman No child has ever succeeded
W'4 of hWty 4 NWIJ nf SWIJ t 7 II tllO C.; M. Andru ._0_.____ 1011' too morning. Edna Baxter and Mamie Pinholster
AI'n' 8 4 SH of Lot i in life who off
put
A SFM\ ef SE'4)\) ---..- t* 4 to Ill A. II Flotchrr ______..IU'' 1790 Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter Ono of Jacksonville attended church at Banking until

' F \ of NE14 4. Slc ex 2 A Lucian more
in NW T"r of SWV.. of SEV' !: (, 10 4 24' 1160 A. B., FloUherJ. _?_.__12744 004343 Gainesville. and Marvin Hazen, and Eu- lives and caused human
NF.Vt" KU: nf NW 4 A FH nf Mr. and Mrs J, J. Morgan and aon nice Hazen, of Gainesville, spent the more misery than

of NWli' ex W 80 ft Clarence and Mrs H. P. Gainey and week-end here. all the the world
war
; 4) NFV4 of SWI'; .:. 21 4 24< 124 E. Andrews ____12110 110/1 has ever known: $1.00
Xrv, of WH of NWVi A v4. tin daughters. Lottie and Vera, were inAla..hua Mrs L. W. Sowell spent Saturday

.Oft .rA EV In lIir: Cor WS. of._ NWViex tl 4 20' 44, O A. lohn.nn ..__..,. 140 too! Thursday.J. In Mias Alachua shopping. placed today in an Interest Account. at the

SWVi\ of NEVi A. NWV' of REV: tfNEM 4 ,n 84' Mr Pearl John ...... 84000 M. Groover of Gainesville, spent I Marguerite Shriver of Jacksonville Lake Butler Bank is worth
', ly 443''y to 4 Ie notit (I. W. Hunt. _.___...1184 1400 the week-end here. is on a visit with her parents $1,000.you in-

!: "of' NRli"i. SiJ 'or"viElI. IL. P. Gainey motored to Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver. tend to start with some day in the
f 4 NW 4 WVi of >FV, a.11: future; -
i 4 ''' i.of 'PFH .> 11 A In SE ville Sunday. Mrs. Chaa. Litchfleld of Clayno, was but will.
Cor of SWVi of NW.... ..____. 2' 4 20 A. B. FMtohrr490' B874 lA'Ota. Pauline and Tommie Osteen in town Monday. never Why not taday.
EH{ ... srvi: of flUOIDf: \ BE4aFVnW4ANW4orN
'of Plant City, are here on a visit with Ella Mae Hazen baa been on the Deposits Insured.

4: WVi A AWLS\ of PWl, ... 84 4 20 151 A. B. Fletch.r ____.UII) 1100 II IIAll their grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. R, sick list for the past few weeks. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent
V ,' f. er fat t A ... NEVi!: of NE 4 Fred Hazen Hazel
1)14 A. n. Flftotur ... T. Osteen.R. Warren and
,4' r1P V( of NKV .___ _.. .. 91KW4 24to 8090 Myr.
,portion.': SW Car aoM 1 1M J. P. Powltnc label I W. Surrency, of Graham, was in tie Hazen were in Lake Butler Sun-
I\. Thomai' .-. .. S4SW 4 Jr. 760 110 town Monday day afternoon.Lee ,
186 P. O Gordon _
or .. 4 NE of SE! : 1"WH ?----- bat
.To'4 \4 4 (0
of NW>4 .. . .. -.. t 1'1) 84 Ciraiv E Deal ..-__? 10'' 100' Roy Forsyth and Resale Colson wen Green, of Lake Butler, was in LAKE BUTLER

1+ w fn:411!: NWM katNw'4.of_ 8EH. 164 T. J. Andrnn. .._____ 060 800 I In LaCrosse Saturday. town Sunday afternoon.G. BANKState
0 of 8E 4SU I 24
I ItlPl :Mrs Anna Murrhee of Starke, B. Colson was poisoned !Saturday=
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t % : ( C I 24 181" A. B, rirWh.c' -ion 1..00 pent Saturday in town with her mother afternoon when he drank a bottle of County, District and City Depository
,4 3H, at sVvir"i". !I"v"oriiiJ4ir!!: t I 24 --uoo 1/430 Mrs. S. J. Kelly. Orange Crash but U improving at i
V .r B14 of IotS A NH of rata 4 LAKE
SU of Lot T A. all Lola t I.t\ Miss. Mamie FinhoUter. of Jack- this writing- BUTLER, FLA.

10 A. 11 ..__ I U.; .___...____..__ I 10 \! A. B Fletcher _.1100 1600NBofLtS&Lot.SST12B lonville,' spent' Sunday with her cousin. Henry Sowell and Lem Anderson, I :' .. !

i Miss Edna Baxter. of Cooter Pond were in town Tuesday ,
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yONDAT tll AUOUft.lH/boa ,; :;. :w.- :, of IIWI4 0' 8EI' a. 8'io III8W4 Iota f 1 .0 It of BII I.
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Plar+M nave 51 O. M. BetoUIo a. I. L
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= doer at flank.. . tb.r .Itb tYTw Of NW14" 11 I M I. u..t Asrrlre ttooratioa NAl Weed Chr .. i 5.11
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win lie to ", tM _, M AllfKdBLKfetRlsW" Iota II 17 .. If .f '
.ot of .tats 04 aaeaetleiaa;. I A .__ ____11 ..... .. N. W, Bo... IU' ClIp __ S I it w. O. '.. ..'.. LU

LA.o... i. fw.4.AR 814 of NE' of NE!. Lou 1! I pf Bit IF 1,2111! 7 N .......1 z.: Ward _.
.. ... 1'. of NEK .. NIS ot NW"14 aBWK Clip _ ___ -- L41
8'1. of NDWyff4 o tlW14 fKof 'A'N 01 NW'" It II .10 lo..n Arleaa Co.......... 1111M4 Lou I a. 7 DI Ilk 11 Ie W."
8W" Iy1n 8 a W of ..... 11 ,.) II... I'" Alt= -- ...., !: of NEI4 et NE14!: ..___...I1 H 1. B. E. Ge.oert 1.17 I 7 H ..brew Ward _ 1HLtt
: G# % of NW'4 l' 11 tMrs.. I- .... OIl NW4y ofllr: of HE ?11 1 N 5 E. B. Vors 1.14y / i of BIk It le Ward CIV = T I f. L Foptb .qLot.

t NE\4 d HE" ____..___._11 ff0 W. Co Wlllku.. N... W ,. of HE of Nty; ...14 I N 5 loin Yeas I." 1 a ot BIkI I. Wad 1'ion9i' Wined
flW\4 of NW", .. NK 0' 'W\4U 1. 1i: PbI11Llp N.tU. .. .... fiE ofWE14 ________11 I II .0 L D. ... 11.. Clip - ------- 1 7 N ... ....? Lt1Lot
N.ttlm Saatuel R Ward _
5 11 In Ward .. I 1 to .
___.-1' IIW ot SW" atAhtWCor 10 of Blk 11 CIIp qf.ot
of NW\4 ....7W'IIt
IIEI4 0' BPIyiodl _---Ii 11 10 )I. B. N.utw ___ __ ... 1" { I' It D..Id P. Ce81. 4.5pWy4 S of Blk 1le Ward Cltr 1 I N Bamoel. L War/ .11
B'IIt f 1f. A 0' u.aNE14 .f NEK!: of BW14, _.___.__11 1 N 1. ..... 1'1.11. M. Morrell .S7NEV. Lot 7 of IlIIe U In Wad Clip 1 t M no- Ward .... ..q
owuvii ___. l1 It II J. L. Herd.. !: of NEK" a B'AI of NW\4 Lot 1 of Fit 18 In Ward Cttp ..-. S T =: Florea. Wad _ .11I
.f NE'" .8.18 1J Aof ofNLKaBSSofP :'"4a. S- 11 of Bit II la Ward City! 1 0. 1- ....... .. .... 1.17

-BE" of NEK" a 1C'Ao of 8W' ..... NZ\4 of NWty4 a. 1'11'4 ofNE4 Lot 11 of Bit lle Wad City ___ 1 10 L. Brow. 417
.- 8E"__ _____..___._.._IT B II toe I.: L. ..... -- of 8W14 a. 81:14!: ___I. I' 110 Ideal A..rten Corporalioa 11,75NwK W 10 ft of Fran. Blk 17 I. Ward
a. I'AI: of of : .. NW ... 1 T H Dn A. L .-.11 ,"
City '
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of NWK 01 N&4 Nt14 -- -
E'llt PK H 111 .1. ]. L. FLd.n "..11NW'4 ;--tilkli In;; Ward City _= / T II O. W. ...... .
BWK, _______._ .. A.... \4 of NW" a. 8E" of 6114 Lo t 1 It
______--1 f I' .0 J. L. Bala __ r. SUeknon _ LOUT/T aSo. Blk 11 la
..f NW'4 ___ .. I A t. I'll: Cor __. .1' I 11.17BBvo
8W14 of NE" a. NK of 8114: _!1 i 11lie VI.t1nkao.B. .. 1TBtI4 '..07IIwl4 'of NEK" of 8W\4\ _..JS 5 10 10 r. a. C.rpeata 1STNWV4 wad Clip ..._ .__ -.----- 10 ..... L. A. Ore.5 _ n."
0 : 8E" '..u"..- - IAINWI4 01 NEK" of BW44.___11 f W 10 Co Co P.I..wr .. 1ST ward all d m n .. '
eof liP;"". ____--tl I 1t /tl A.Ukrwe B. PlAolty. -- till 814 of 811'14 of NW 4 __. ---11 5 H 10 Ras ...... Cotna ..17IIWI4 City S t M L. L G.lay.7 8.11
.f 80144, __.--- f /0 ..11NE' of 1IP\4 of NW __..11 II 10 10 a.boeoa C. Pelota _ LIT foot 7 A. 0 0' Elk II la Ward
N1:14!: of NE'1." 11. 11 UnkDen - 7 NWK" .f Bty4" of NW ___.... I 10 10 1CIo" .......... ......... ... LIT City - ________u________ S 7 10 R. JL Gala.y n...
of NE'4 .. 114 of NR4!: ( NE4" of NWI4.7, NE ____._1. S II 1. A. M Wblt. 1ST Lot I of Bib Ilia Wad Clip I 'II Flora Ward ..n
e.$1/AofNW14 etNBS4 Ely of NE" 0' 81:14: of 8WI411 I 10 I Cbrill Co Sn.hart _ LItW Lot 7 of 81k U .n Wad Clip --- / 7 10 Co L Pr.eott LIT

a. NE" of BLK" .. NSS of 11 a. M. BMBID 18..1EI4 % et NWK, a NK of BWIy..U 10 180 Ideal Am.d.u Oaiws_ ....1 Com .1 Nt!: Cor of I. A. Abbott
91'" of 111'\4 _' .e II 1M 110 E. P. Iou !. -. ..... Lot I _._____________-.1/ 10 10 Ideal Am.$... Corson.dou 134$ ....Id._ lot and run E Tft.
01 NIt" _._ ..._..__-11 .1 NI.!. of Lot 1 .. I A 1. III: CorI' S II 14 Bemrl W. Been UItNIf" 8 140 fa. W 'fI n. N t00 ft to
;r NE Cor of ,4 of Ne"%, ________11 I 10 dO Ideal Am.eiae Corpontlioa 1..1 boa I. 5E14 of 8W\4 -.-.-?.. I 'I. II... Margaret ...... _ "It
1 ,, CO"O; ofdoNr., a 'us B TOwe' 11'14 .f 11I"\4 _-----1. ,0 10 0tI0. Panot. -_ __ 17." 8 111 A of 8J\4! of BW14" ._____11 : 10 Unknown _ __ 1.11
_. ,do. W6 "do. 1'1 11 Ida. B II Lott. 8- LnEI4 f 14 of REIN!; .. Ni_of NY" Lot a 5-.___._____._______11 110 C. N. Shaw 11.11

"d. to boor _.__ 11 10 W.... PrieoI .041 a. NW" _._...alt i 10 200 la1M.. American Corporalioa @..NfK IW\4 01 NE14, a SE'4 of NW
of BW14, of IIW\4 __. 1 1 11 of lilt" of NW\4 _--1 1 l/ 10 Uakeown __ __ I." '4 a. NJ:14!: of SWta NW".21

About II A Ie BWK, known a. II W.u'" PIIW".f .... SW'4 of BEK" ._.___._-.11. r .I 40 15ta. ItarloUa OICII '_ Ill of 8E" ____ 7 10 110 unknown __ .... .. .. 11.0.
Old ll vntlt... JIm llila ....._ . 1. 80 Owen 7.7romr .1." Lem 18 n ... 10 of Blk 18 InJohabwn NE" 01 NWK .. E1AotNW
NE':" .. NW'4 of BE14-_11 111 ....._____-11 f ..... lien 8. Mad _ 1.11 4 of NW\4 ---------'I 'II 12 Unknown _ 5.4101t4
I A I. NW Cot of 1'fE'4' of B I Ella BurrovM . /AiBEV. 1GAIOpriNaBbyl00ft of BE" df lilt'"4 _________...U 7 10 1L Co Groo..r 4.27W14
P.:'" _..______..___._______._1. U E a 11' I. NE Con of A. C. L.Rp of NW 4 8WK: 8WKof
I of eEK" 0' Nt4!: .. EK: Prioe ,.IT a. Publ" road ._1_ I. SWt4 ..I. .. to R. C. Groo..r 1.81
"f Nt4!: "f BE" .. I 114 __....11 1Berth. ? Johnaowe .___._____._---11 1 10 r. A. M.kl.T' '..17NJo Com .t NW Cur of lea II .
VItrIf NE'4 of WE'4 arw14" : a 8WK flf NW3i .. 1WV4 run E 4.1 ".. II Ito .... B

,. 01 EK!: .. NK of IIW\4 of .0 R. W. WIIII u II.'. A NI4 of SE" ______._.-11 10 110 Ideal A..rI. CorporaUn 10.11 .11 ". to W Rae pf "ilia "nd.
1N
.__ ._.________1f U LobI 7 I a I of BlIr 18 la Jobo..town thence S 880 pelt. VI 411 yda.N .
.I l 844Lof 1W14-of, Nt4!: a. NW _.___.__.___-11 I II A. L. .atk . 4.Nty S 440 ..... WI1 rda to 8W
u .f BIt\4 .. EI4 .f NEK" .f $0 Unknown 11.18I' of NW'4 .. I A la 8W Cor.11 S H TI P. I. Donmark 14.51NWK Cor of Sea. !/. tbeoaN5Dchn
: ._ __.._ ___. ___._____1' II N llaek WIllIa--_-- .. III of IIW", ?_.__ ..-.BI S II 40 John P. Coffin. '.TI to beg ________________f 7 le 1f0 L D. Dukes .6t .. Ill
I 33w34: 1 NWK" __._____..?__..18 t II Anr,. - tl.eaNEK : NK of N14!: _______._____...- J7 5i Bo Ueknowe _ __. ..... 8'1y" of NI:.,. a N" 01 8614, a
Nof fllt'4 _.__..___.____.__11 0 II ::0 tJnk...Wak.N 11E'llt SK of n\4. NS! of SII411: M 110 Ideal A..a. Co............. a 8W".of' SE'' ---..-.?..-:---YI 7 :0 200 8. D. Duk4r; ; Ed .: 1'.11
I' I "f NE'" .______11 5 II .0 JIJ.n )fan 811 Louie Aode.wa __,.--.,. ...lawK NWK, 01 NEI(, a NK of NWI '.20 : 120 M._ A.. W. Bays. all
wty 0' 1.1 F14" __n._._...11 1 11 -- a 814 of BE14" .?___.s7 I N 400 Idol AmeAaa Corpontlo.711..44 Nt4 of 8W'4 ._____.________ .. 10 Mn. Aaa W. SaPP 14.1.

1'114 of 8W'4 a. BI4 01 NW\4 of 100 VI. B. 91..... 11.114.H 84y; of 140144" a. Iwl4" of NEK: NW\4 ot NEI4 a LK of NW
RBKof ____. _..____H 11 G. Willi.... : EK: Il' w" a EKM:" I ,1 nee Idol Amorloea Corporatloa "..1 a NEK" ofSWytaWI4\ ofBE
Lot I or N' ofNWK" ____. -/1 II /0 Unknown - ,.,. Lot 10 01 BIIr t In P N. Au.... % -.----- 11 1t0 M... Ana W. Sapp .4.11
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__ f .1 01 NE-of BEy6.: II 10 ..... .,tarp Thornton _ .
flW'4 of IIW'4 Add to Lak. Duller _-- .ti >.I/ r. a. Cuoa Ll'ot 1 NIIo --- .11
:" Nw14" i. iIWV." .+i i ever9ft It of Blk I In F. N. AndrepsAdd NW14\ of $l a .1 40 Co T. Go..a _. 11.12

oq a. that pnYUen 01 NW IU McCall B..,.. a. Cca. 10.11 In I..k. Butler -------.1. 50 Unknown - I.IT 4444 k. tit 0"8wi4-i'-ii =1I 11 11I0 Unknown __ .1.11
I 14 of FEI4" 1'1 of Rp-II A __ .11 1 11 7/ B. O. rI -.. MI: Let 11 af Silk I la r. N. Aad...... NW\4 of 0K14" -..----.----- 1 !1 :g J. L Thontw i.llNWt4
wty of NE'4 1_ Bf rI.bl of wy--tt I II .0 D. A. Powell 7.OT I Add In Lake Blltloor ______...2I Ie Vakoon _ 1.17 of SE14" ------.-.--- 7 a n. J. W. Mann. Jr. 105!
." RR ef NRK, ______. ....1 1 II 10 L. M. 81.ok. .. 11.89:: Lot 40 of ak 1 I. F. N. ItpdvewA&d r'.t' of \ 80 w. Y Bedding .... 1101
I liE of IW\4 a. BW'4 u}8lSi4: _...tt. Iff ---- In Z Butlrr _________..!. I 10 011" V.: Pbllllpo _ 1.17 In BE 4crirr'i..lI';
f \4 of NWK, .. 18 A la IIW t0 Bank of Lak. Batiei' ....0E' Lot It DI Blk 4 Ie r. N. Andr..we W'4 of NW\4 __.__,--------.47 11 1 D. 0. Ro....... 4.N
c.r .____1. 11 I' O. C. PrI. .. 121 Add I. Lek. Butts .-10 It Vnknowa - 1.17 Com .1 NW Cur 01 NE\4 of 8
>!. of RWt4 of IWK---, __._11 f l' A: B. FI"'r. -- -- 11.31nlnew. : Lou/a /5ofUlkffF: : EK" a. run 8 110. '. to a DtN

lh of .._._____. _.__111 II :: . --..-......-...... 7.70 Andrews Acid 10 Lake Butl.r .--11 II Vekrwn _ 1. of ....... thence II: 110 t4 II 50ft.
NE PW4544 ________-._ II t II -- of BII
01 L. lot dB J la r. N. Aedtew.Add ft.N5ft.W0fN
NW of fWV4 _._ .____._11 0 I. d0 O. Jobnrm tll In Lak. Butler' __.__...--11 M r. B. Cases 1.17 : :tl to beg ....__. ._II 1 11 8. W. TUlIa ... ,...
NE'4 nf BE'4 .. NK-of, BIt'4 110 R. R. 7liomr _ Oltof Wi .7 01 Blk I I. .. N. A.diew.Add Com .t NE Coy of NES4!: of 8111"
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IIE1,4, ____.____._.11 1 1. 10 G. W. Thcrn.e 7.7S In I. I Butl..r _____-..11 N Unknown _ .........-.. I.IT K a. run 8 ohr a. I ft r ,
,. fI:1. of AE14-of-BEK .____..__....10 S II tmpln Lemur-Co.--= .lot U 01 nlk 1 la F. N. Andrew Rp right 0' ...". Ih.... W
: ., of RP'/---------------24 W. P. Chuo. --. -_ 11.01 f.TO Add la I.k. Butl.r ?_______..1. I" V.keon _ 1.17 rlhl of way It ob.... 241t
RWv of IW'4 of NWV. .___....lA t .1) Unknown ----- -- Lol. 211 21 a fof BII I In to a p' of boa. th.oa N
I.. NWt4 "f NWV4, _..__..___.__..81) 1 II O. -- -- .- 7.7 i EDp.non'. Add to Lak. But.Mr I d........ E: 210 ,. W 111I lt.e
40 W. 8. Wan ,.
'a. __ ______._.____.11 1 11 . _. __ __ de
NJI4 of NW\4 ? __.__ .____ ?.._11 II 8.11I0 Romllt 71 v.rl.tlon 12 .Tees 8. then
," Lou I a II In 1:"...,'. Burvy Unknown Com TO .... II: 0' line dl.lding II JlO fl 10 111 right of _".
I of Worhintm IIprln.. __?___.11 t 11 - . 1,17 Lola II a. 11 0" N .1... of LIb- thence E oa right of way. to

let II In P.n..... Burneyof I. P. Tomll. LN arty Strut a run E 12' ft. N be.-l A In NE" of 8w'4 ___1' f II 1 W. I. I 0 b.. _.___ 11...
r' "' Bprinn Ti-i-II.. .20 ft. VI 120 n. to .... I. II Com .t Nil: Cur .f land 001. E.Kila .

tats In lnlllrl of .k ; 14 0' Lot 11 ___________._....$0 1 M 4 Pooda a Willi. ....p a. run N lOB '. W 105ft
W. p.lln" Burvy 0' Wooth M. A. Dllul.r .11 Com on IIn. divldn Lola 11 a. i lhen.. S along Un. 10. It
--.----- -- 12 on N aide of Llbotrl" 8t ann E G C BaDD 0.6e
Lot 1 :f r:! nwptt;,;.'; R. E. L. Dull. E TO pda. 1'1 TO ..... W I! Ery. 108:1: : : 80 W. 8.: Nobles -: ::::==:: 13.1.
..I.I..ta .
Runts bf W..rthln.'a Bprino.----- TO ".... 170 'ds to bag ..._.-10 N 1 Po.... a WIllIa_ _ .... Sty of NW44 _._._________..e.0 1l 8 Unknown ._ ._ ____ 1..U
1 a I of Alk Sin I. W. Com at a "t 280 ft N 0' NIl i 1'1 101 of NWK, of NE"II1,

1'.I"'n'. Survey of Worthington M. L. a. M. A. All.. CoP of M.la a Dakle 5u a. A. also com .1 NE Cur of N
__ /S$
IIprl" ___ _____.'_._ run N 14U fl. II: 100 f!. 8 E14 of NW'4 a. ruB W 111doi4
[ vet I of AIM A Io I. W. ".tton'. M. A. a. M. L. AU. 221t.. W 100 It to beg la M.. I = 1163 pd., 01 II! yd..
Rurv.f n' Worthln.'n" IIlIrln...._..__.. _---- 110 Klnn.,,'. 1tooorv. to 4..M Bu"I..r N 2d idr a beg-I A.t0 5 II 11 G. C. S.pp __._.____ 6.80t

Lot 4 of RIM II In I. W. .t"'n'. Unknown _____.__________.____.....0 .. Guy V. Phillips ____ 11.! N.... of 8 II.' of e.m, NE
Burnt' of Wnrthlnton RuNn[.____ - ----- 1.11 Com .1 a "I .0 It I: of 811 Cor ....-13 I.f A. ...... 11of 6 24d.

i Lot S of 111k 5 In J. W. P.tton'a A. C. Conner nf M.ln a Doklu Sta a run I .. 8 of NE Cor of NEVI" of
Rurvry .f W..rthlnor" Aprln---_..___ -- ---_-- Ito S114ft.PIift.: 1'1 131to It NW'4 a run W 132 "do. S 1102.8yd..E182yd.N1464.8 _
Lotsla4ofHlkSIt.J.W.P.ttnn' Main S" thence W 0. Main' "

Rurvry or Worthington M. A. Don.I.. __ ____ III 04 ft to bap tIt McKlnnap'. yda to bog-I II _?_._..____.._20 1 11 11 W. E. Yarborough __ ___ 8.10
1I.ln., . .._____ ___.._... __.____ .7 a.......,. to Lake Butler ____._..1. f I' Unknown _. ._.___ II." N'4 of NE14 of NE% ._.______J/ I 11 80 W. J. fltaliin.. __ ____ 11.1
Lot 1 of RIM 18 In I. W. Pet. Com .1 NW Cor of lot II ofNlk5ArunKtofttoapt I NW44 of NE\4 _.___._?-25 f II 40 C. C. Co..rI __ ..___ 13.11
tnn'. lIu.p of Worthl".nlI"rln. Unknown NEK of NWy4 k 1 A in
____ ___._____. ____.._ .. --- ..nI. "f 8'1 fC
u bra thrnea 8 110 ft. W 20ft.S56ft.K70ft.N45ft. of NW4I of NW14 .,_21 t II 11 M.. Ann W. Sapp _ 117
...,. II a II of DIkX15 In I. WPatton' I SW14 of SW\4 _.__._____..__.J1 II 10 .... I. L. S.pp __ ___? 1.8'
Rurvry 01 Worthinuton' Thmnaa a. Lomb W 28 ft. Nc.62 ft a WR All 10114 or 8W14" 8 01 branch

Anrlno.f.nht __u____ __. ....__.__ '---- 110 M b R la BlltI..r ___-_____.11 10 Bank of Lake Butlrr __ '.01 k 8014 of SWI<. _.....___.._...21 1 II : W McEl.ney __ __ lUt
1 2 I or IIlk 18 1n I. W. Com 140 II E of NW Cor of Lot N4 of NW'4 _?__.___...__14 { II W :. MoInttq: __ ._ 4,811

I'.IIn". Rurvy .f Worthington M. 1. a. M. A. Allen .0.11 I" of RIk 0 a run A 1111 II NE4: of SEI, _.__.___.________1. 1 II 40 T. J. Moon ._ _.______ 11.12
N" rlnft. ---" --- --- WY0ft.S40ft.K20ft.NI6 8W14, of BWI(,. __??...._... .50 a 11 :: :1' E. Green ..___._ 639
,,; A t-; &--'ii; t tt E 211 ft.BO ft. 91 NW44 of NW\4 ...____?_..__ 1..1 W. Grain ,- .,.
nf Rlk 10 In J. W. I'.ltnn. Mlw V. L Alton .11 83 ft to Iw.g In 4..k.I Aull.r .___10 1 I' Dr I. P. TomUaooa ____ II." S'-J of SW'4' ....-.._.___.______l1 I 11 80 A. B. Alv.... _. ___ 111.11
p''. Rona : Wnrthintnn Rprln---..._.._ ------- Com .t 8W Car of IIlk 7 a. 2w.4 of NWy4, .. 8W",. of 81:
,, A 28: fl : hnt 7 a N I ft ofInl run N iii II to a pi of boa 14 of NWt4 a Nye of SW"11) 0 21 170 Roberta. Abom'lb" __ IT.1t

10 0 .11 tat 0 of IIIIr 11 thonre F eo ft. N 2B ft. W 60lt. NWt4 of 8W'14, _.__.__.....11 1 11 40 R. D. Kelly ._ _._ 11.111
In J. W. Pottona Aurvny .f MI. M. A. Allen S 28 It to beg la Lake NW"% of 0E14 ...._._..____..__.11 6 II .0 Lem Brown __._ '.8'
Wnrhington Irr:: --"-----.'-?-'---' ---- ..-.. U1I. Butler --_._.__.._._._.__...._10 1 II Mn Onl. Pone ____ 11.02 W'tr o"NE'4 _____...._.__._.._._21 I 11 80 M.. S..h B. Strloklaad' __ 111111
Lot tp .x N I ft Rik 10! In 8 8ft ft ofLot 48 a8 60 flnf E44 of Noy of NEI4, of NW14, ___.22 I 11 17 R. D. Kelly _. .____ 2.911
W. I'.U..n. lIu..cp of Wortb.In.'n" M. Lot 411 of Blk 111 In Lak.Butlrr Big of Lot I u 2 A In NW Cor..1I1 1 11 11 D. E. T. Campbell ___
__.___.__ __.._._.._._._ A. a M. L. Allen -.--?.- 1.1. .___.....__ _.. .. ?_ Lit
M.
RnrinIatselB& ? .._ _____10 1 10 Onl. Pea ?._____ I...1 2 A in NW Cor nf Btg. of Lol 1.28 I II 1 P. B. Bry.nt __ _._____._ .Ia
Sofflkftln3.W Lot B6 of Blk Y2InLake lIull.r.1O I II M... 0111. Poop .. B'1o of SW" a SW'4 ot SE\4 ..211 4 21 120' D. B. Warren __

1'.I"'n' Rurvry of Wortb.Inwlnn A. C. Conner .. ....-. Ink 24 In Lak. Butler .-..___..-e.0 I 10 M... Oalo 1'0. Wog of NW'4 _?______.__.____..82 / It 811 D. B. Warren __ "22.111.114
Rprin.a __ .___.._ ------. lot III of Dlk 5 I.
MrKlnney'. NW\I\ of BW14, ._._________--,8$ S 11 40 T. B. Jenkins __.__
I Lot II of Rik 2ft In J.W. P.ttnn'a A. C. Conn--------. t.1T Add to Lake Butl..r _.________._.30 f 20 Unknown ? _____ 1.q Lout tor lroo NE'4 ...._.._80 / II 100 Fl.. Land Investment Ca __ n.o'4.26
R nrvoy of :; l n[ nn8'i 'W-------: --- lots 'I 0 1 of IIlk V.1:1a.: N 21 A or Lot S -.-_._._----66 5 II 21 F..nci. B. McGarry __ 4.110

fotn S a 4 111k 20 Lo":": Add -1O S II Unknown -. -.- .... 1.. SEty of NWI, of 8E'4 __._.___ a 7 I. ao M. B. H.1'rio __'__ '..0T0
of
P.ttnn'. Burvy of Worthlnun I a $ iiikiiJ B. L NEty of NW14.". of 8E14" a. S

1I.ln.. _____________u______.__.__ R. M. Chamb.rlaln -- .-.-..-- ,.., I New.om'a Add to Lake Butler_H 150 i M... V. O. s..b _.__'.10 W14, of NW'4 of SEI, ___._.. 6 7 II 20 M... Mary C. Thomu _ 11.111
1..., .. 0'''''' 01 I."d II ..f Alk 8 In D. E. Knl.bl' Add to SW\4 a Why or 8E", __?___.__ II 7 II 240 Unknown __ __ .. ,
Int 4 I. n. right 01 way I. I.k. Bulls ..______...____.....11I 10 Unknown __ .. ______ II..' SWI(, of NE14!: ___.n S 'II 40 Vnknowa __ __ 109 Lt7! "
', Ilk IT J. W. .ttnn'''. Survy A. C Conner Lola 12 a 18 In T. E. Dekl. NW",. of NW\4\ __.___.___?.... It' .0 Unknown _ ._____ 7.70
.. .
.f Worthington -- - ? 1.0 lot Add to Lakes ___
1I".ln. utter Joe
.31 I II Rill Willi.... ____ d.H o 11814. B--
\ Lot 4 .f IIIk It I In L w..r.------ N 1-8 of EI4 nf lot I a. WI4 Nt. ._ =.-_: _!- _.o 7 11 81 J. O. Wynn __ .
...
//11 In". lIu".p of Worthington of Lot 1 I. T. E. D.kl.r lad y: NEjh ,ofI .
RnrInrt ... R. I,. 0 11:. A. Portor ___? ..81 Add to Lak. "uU.r ___ _____ AIE8: :: NWy
----- ---------- ------ --- .o M. R. -- S II Unknown,2 N Ky __....?.?.?.-.14 T II 40 Oliver III.... __ _
R.PN ... .
Rty of REL4 _____88 II 11 -- .... LollI N of Rp I. T. E. okloo '.1'
5. --- ---- ----- Emnlrv 1."m..r :::=:: Nt4 vt SE4 of NE14" ._________,15 T It 20 W. C. Taylor _
NW'i.n NFt4 A. NE'4 .f 11114._. I I 13 :: Cn. 1101 !red Add to Lak. Butler ..___1. I N Rattle WIIII.ntO __ __ 1..0 NWI, of NW\Io\ .. EI4 of SWI'I' f .L 120 Unknown '.0'
IIE'4"nl, 081/4 _______________._..10 7 11 IA :- kn.-R. H.llhmnk .t. .-----.. 7.71)' A III SW Coe' or NK 0' Lot '..11 I I. Nn. C. A. Ialaht Help _'_ .0 E4. of NW14, of N0111" ?__._11 i 11 20 Unknown _?_ .. II.1.07"
: NWi4,1! 7 10 l ---.- '.71)NE'1. Com .t NI': Cor of NW14 of Sir of 8WK, of 8W",. ..__ _.___.11 I II 20 Unknown .n
21) ._
O. ? _
F.4 01 NIr.4 of NP14 _______.___11 T 1I N' On..n -- ----.-- 14 07.4R of NE'4 a rua W 80 fl to a ptof 8F.4 of NE\6 a NEK of 8E".11 80 __ '.OT
.0 ... C. A. A..III. .. .. i I. Unknown __ .. pjNE' /
.. .. u
nf NP44: ..-- 7 10 ------ ... thence W 128 fl. 1 17B a NE14 of 8W'4 a Noy ?
Lot. 'II a 914 o; :'; ft. E 6R It. 8 to 111 right of of 8E\.6 A 8 A in NE Cor ofi
120
& 14 =..-11 1 II Ideal Am..lean C' "", rallo. --- II' ..... E 70 fl. N 10 hog _._..._al 1 I' R.
w. Kerns RWV.
NIlE: ---:-- ---- 41) _._ ._____ ... 0 8E14 a 8E44 B
Ideal
E'4 ---:_.____ ____10 1 It Am..rI..n Corperatlen -.. 1.12 Com .1 NW Cor of 81'1 of Lot E1A en ; A In 8W Cur ..:! --15 1 I. 821 C..lep Fogs
W'L nI 8W14 a IIJI4:' .f 8Wi4 I. twe. 111. a. run I 410 h. I W. ____ .9.11
La of BWIrO ___..___.._24 7 II 80 Chwley
0 RE14 .,".-'---.- ...___._.__..ft 10 !cep id.al Am..n' r"'l'J>Oratln" -- 41."" E $1It. 8 88 fI to a ditch. i Nay." 0' NEt4 .--80114 ot NE'4W Fo..._ ".11
NFV4 \4 __..11 S 10 ARO 1..1 American. Cnr.oratlne I --- 0004 :.."." alone ..1.. ditch' .12 NW1 'SWK a B01 of
offlwN
: NW14 .. IIW1/arf614 _t/ 1 t0Wty SA Ideal Am..n. Comor.tinn I -- 1000 ft. th.oce North Eao&Orlr 160 : ..-:...-.. _--?-,?.. 1 7 II 200 E. D. Abernathy .. a. CbrSW14
ft 10 R" of
0 4444 0' 8W", right way. then
ofVN4Wl4 111II 1..1 Amrrlnn. e.orpnr.tlnn ._ 5101 NW .lone aid Milia __ ._ __ 12."
10 ri..ht
of
I
of SE"
fltt4fI'N; ; 108''W4--i- iii.-1I way ; a E4 of 80114.21 7 II 120 E. D. Abernathy .a
; MIl _ 1'.4'
thence 91 771 f4. to .big BEIro of SWK a WK of 8B

t4 a. wu BW14 o'IIE'4 a ICI luw. I A sold to C. A. D.vl..IL 1 10 1... Marshall ._ _____ 'Ice \4 a NEI 4, of SEI(, _____ .tt 7 11 1110 E. D.
BRu: .. ... .. .t 4 / III 020 deal Amerlean C ortnntlon 111.4N Gt. 9 10 a. II In Townsend'. Aid 01 SW.. Abe..lh" mot ._ __ 11.1'
WI10 of
: -- -- ---- 14 BEI4 _________ 34 20 I.
Ali T E.
I \. : ew14 of 0F14 .__...._IT I' 8011 I....' American. Corpneatfnn ._ SR 1111 to Lok. lutl.r .__.._e1 5 II 1. C. T.rvla ____.____ './A Btu 0' NW\r\ a. WK of NWVof ? IL Tony __ __ .IT
rot I" --.- .. ____ .________.81 lit .11 ideal Am..n. Cmm ntMa -. 041Alt A la NJ: Cor ofNWi4\ or SEI4 . .. ..__ ._..17 UO
E.
--- - 7 11 D.
--H I II 8'2 1..1 Arn.riea. e".lIo.UII &1 NE'" N of publlo road ._11 5 $4 t 101... R. L. Brooks 1118 01%' of E.... ot 8E4 -- ______.... 7 II 811 E. D. Abernathy Pit _ n.2
t 1, NPt: nNF.W -rN; i4-- Nl4 01 NE\4\ a NK 0' NW4, ._18 10 1111) Ideal Am.rI... Curoentlon- -::: 1I'6S 1 1-10 A is NW Cor of? NE1/e of Abernathy mot __ lI.n

1 a W 45 of 11114 .. Wli of Lot NWof\ NW\4 ..___._. --34 5 I' .0 Ideal American Corporall ___ iln NEI(,. W of a".1." 'II 1 M...
riIo-- '_. -.3f 1 10 101 Ideal Amrricen Cut7gintlen ..- 88 till EI.r/ NW14, a. 8W",4 of NWIi4, _$4 I II 121) Unknown 1.... NWtt, of SE"U T 40 E. eerlru' Dovlll 411
.' pt: of Slit of Lot I a ail Lot. ____ Chnrtott II D. Abernathy Fat _ n."
1
t i' ofoWl4 NW14 ---7 4 10 110 3'1... Oo"la ____ 11.11 Nfl<. of NW\.6 --.------- .89 1 21 40 Ch... M.
nf NW1,4, a 644 "f NN4'4 All NE44 0' BEK W of McEIn- NW 01 NE\Io\ a NK of NWy.i5, 120 Meinny _ LR9

of ; 'Ni--.Ie 1 10 Inl idol Am.rlcan. Cnrpnntlnn --- till 1111 II..P' branoh _....______.__.11 1 10 III C. C. Inh. __.___ 4.7, NE\4\ of NW9", ?___._...____._,. 7 7 II 21 40 E.L. D.D. Abernathy Circa Fit __ 18.4"
!NPU: a w14 of :" NEty s-; -- .. .11 t 10 40 8.m..1 W. Bran __ 1.1: SE... of NE'4 ..?.._.._._ ...__ 4 22 .0 Nero __._ I."
Wit .n" I...,. 1 a. 2 81. 8111 C.T.I Amorlan: Cn rpnntlnn -.. 1707 Lot T RIk. S Lot. S . NW.". 01 NE\ .. ? _._ .0 R.,1a .. .. __ 1.7.
RU'of NF' a. N1"4 01 RJli.4--:811. :: 1111 o --..---.-....-.- 111"" 41 ofBit0& ot.I//S 81'1 of NES.\ .----...-. -of- -NWt--- / 4 II R. L. IlllIOk a Ca __ ".011

R.y .f I'll'::I nf liE'.4 : __ 1 1 N 21) Unknown -- -" ----.----. II'WIL 10a 11 of IIIk 50ALouf a 814 .. ____
flJI4: "f NW'4 of fiE" :,.: :-- I H 11)) Mn. Nrllla N.: No.1' .-..-- -A lIT 4 a. 1 of lilt 11. a. Lou e Lo.. 2 .-.-.--.-or-18-A- -in NE-,110 t II 482 ..... C.rr1.. B. 8larllae ".'1

nf IIWI' of NE', a. WI, 8 I 113 910 A 11 of BII IrO or NEI(, E of Rp .._..___ 1 e 12 11
0 NW'4 nf RE+ In .. 82. A lot 11 of Blk .S .. Lola WI10 of Wt4 of ... Unknown ___ 1.13
8WI _.__
F Cnr T,40. : UO Tdw1 Am.rlran. (", lflal7a5of. ? 1 II 40 I. M. Resler.. ___ 11.82
_
4414 of PRt4-- 1 1 10 o"tln" --_ 'rU" Blklla Lot Lot 5In Woodlawn .. .._._..-10 I 19
: - II Unknown
0144 of 440114 a NWt4 NFY Y/ofBlk/Sa1.O 1$5SiaROfMIkl.aLotalla4 NW4. of NW14 .. _ ....
-- -?-----? .. .. 10 W. L.
t 0 N1'" nfNWV 0614, 0' d. NW44 of NI4: a NE4. of Oventr.et __ ___ 1.4'
' NW14--14
4 Wt4 .. NW'1' .f "W'. .. IIWW a foe Lou I 5 .. LouT 8614 of 8E44 of SW'4 ..._____.__.1: I 12 80 M... C.m. B. Starllne __ 10.4
+/ of AR14 I It Ain 1.1 Am.rinn. Cnrpnntlnn ... III) 81NE" 8 5 10 II a. II 0' BII 41.. II NE'. of NE\r\ a WK 01 Elit I II 10 Goo. I. Arnold ___ 1.11
or NFL4. ;, NM irii.-: all Ilk. U III In New RLnr.11I H Et1II1 Mlteh.1I _ __ 11.111 of 8W4. of NE'4 a. .8114 ofpT

of a WIl of NE" 8I II of SW\4\ of NWIrOI.1 I II 11 p. M. p.oIntt ...... .... 1, NW14.. Wt4 of WS4. .f SW\4\
: ,{, : ;'t.of III': ... 8 I III SII "ideal Am..a CnrnnntMn, II" (IIINWY 844 of "''EI4 of BE\4\ _..__._."! I II 10 looO\lb Btarrlob __ 5.5 7 of NE'4 a. W14 ol 8W14, of
o f t' =::::: e I II /A A. L. "mltlt ?___u___.._=::_ UI 18 A la 8E 4 of NE\4 rom at --- .. ._
+ 1! 140
"f NE"! i i-'NW"; hranoh .1 Cur 01 Ollv.r land Ntt of Elit of 80114 of NE'--- II Unknewe _ ___ !$..61a

I' wty NWi4 -.. I I 10 1/11) Id..1 Am.rlan tIo".tfoa .- III.'" .. n. W 1/10 f... A to W. D. 11'''' of SE14 of NE" "a.
Q' itI N\\!, a N vnof AW14!! a-i-iii'--;: Ga )I.ad. W 10 Gully bronoh I" of NS4! of SW" of NW","

N I'i'N'n: .-- -.- II tI.. /e.0 Ideal Amarlran "n"U, .-- 7o at N on branch to lamer bnnehthen. a Noy of 81it of 8W14, ot BWIf
'o'f of; In;! t 5 : :: q0p Id..l I Am.rinn Cnrpnntlnn: '-' U M .. u" said bronob to boor11 I II 11 Unknown _ ........-. .. L 4 a W44. of IE\4\ of 8W14
i J. : : .. ::4"--- : 120 ldvel Amarlean All Blk. 4 S
F.I(4 NJI4: NWV1 of "' Corpontfoa .-. 11181) 17 18 It 10 It a NE\4 of liE" of SW\4\ a. W
Pt. of : A at .1 II a. Eats
NI''o RWL4 flW\4 1IIISIISIl lit of SE" 01 80114 a
.. FL1 .r IIW\4! a Nwt4, of a. II 0' nil 7e.. Lola 1 4 i 01 NE14 ot SEIrO 814"

"E'4 _.____.. ___ u_. ._._._ II 710 ,....., Am..ea". CortanNnn --. lit! I .. 10 ofBlk10.aLoul. lot /4 In Wcallawn---11. II 110 Vnknon __ _ 5415 .;
121) I..nd.. T..I ('... of 1 3 8 111 a. 11 of Bit I' -__-11 6 .S 10 Nn. O. J. 8. r_ ...
AWK .f fllr.l" JI't: nf 1IF.4! __ 1 p 10 Fla. ---- lilt a LotIA Lot 01 I. Woodl.... .. .n.- ..., f11
fill n' flWI4 .. fiE of BII 1a Lola 2 1 II lot III In Wnodlan. --____ -t$ 1 II 10 ..... V. O. T.M, ....... .... I.BI
'" of NW14of liE" ____.. ..___10 II AA Unknown -- -- .----.--- '.!III a 11 ot Blk I" a Lola I 1 Lollo I I 10 it a. Ilia- W....11 1 U .0 8. M. Churchill I.Ga
Tneu 1 I I II 7 .. II ofRlk fear I47SS011AiiofPik. II lawn .---. J 1
NW'4 nl NE\.6 ow P'io: ofNWt4 16. .11 In New Rlv.. _.____..1. I I' Uekoon _ ... . 1.1I Ntv 0' 80114,--of----81\4:-\--.-.-N"---_. f II 11II Unknown _ 1650

+ 01 NWV4, nf "N14'!: .AII Lrt.11145aSotBlk 10ts S\j, of BE14, of
111k 1 I n. REIof!: NP:" .____00.1" H ,A ItnbPot T flmlltflE'6 --...--.-.-- II" New Rh..r .. .__.....1 I N ILttle -
of REt4: "t IIJI4.: .. ...._.1O I 10 11) T".nk O'M..It... --...------- 4117EL4 AFtn of NE.. N64 of SIII: 1 10 80 D. I. O. Cress 11.1 Slit of tent-12--I.-Wcodl.ws...___.11 1 II 2. C. E. 17tc6 __ I 20 i
of BWU .f flE\.I __ .___ _.10 I 10 1/1 ]tlllt.. 1t P: Aana.tt --.-.-- 137AW14 Bf",4 of SI\4\ ---.-------..--___N N III A. L. 0_ u II pay Lobi as 86 11 a 18 la weedlaw. .?11 1 Ii 6 Gonad. A. WILon_ _ 1.1' i.
nf NW'4 of 111'4: ._ ___111 I II 111 Aneim "...in. -------------- tt7PEVj All WI4 of 8W\4 of 811'\4 a 0' --- ...
: nPW14\ of AW14ID, 1/1 11) 1I.n. Onh.rn u__.?_..____. 1.11 road ________.._____________11 10 11 A. L. flan _ .. '.IT Lot 811 la Woodl..a- ? -----___1/ S 12 40 M.. Laura A. WIYon L06
WtS of Mr.\4 nf NW\.I. of flW'4 ,_.111 1 In ft o."t "....0.. ____.___._____ LRE / WI01/ 8wt4 a. NE\4\ of $wK..tI' 120 R. R. 0_ __ ".11 Lot 55 In Woodl....-----1.. ____ t II 10 Herman 8Mw ..110 4''
>5 of flE1,4, nf RW+1 ear NW ..11) t II I Lne. n.I"u---------.-.--- l s4Et Sty of NE4. .. 8014 0' NWty Lot 12 la Woodtawn- _1/ / II 10 Vnknowa __ 10.
; fi 01 NW4 of NW i nf NEW.lf) 1 t0 I Fart J IImi ah .. ---"---'-- 1114 a. EI4 of 8W\4 a IIW\4 .f Lot 28 la Woodtawn --11. I II 10 D. O. Wll .i..a ..00 h
;<, NPJ'4 0' of N'V". ._______11 1 '0 4e. Fnnk M- --- I"8E14 0E14" _____.. ______________ T N 14. M... Mary L Thorn t1f A Gts 10 2. In Woodlawa- ----.____.14 6 U 10 Unknown 1.11
I'IW"' nf NF14': .._10 I" Cary "__n'_,___ '.$" fllIo of SI(, of Lots 7 .. S...__? 7 T N .1) T. W. W..... _ 11.82 I...,. 1B 11 In Wnndlawn .....15 f II 20 8. O. Ftlue.. ___ 1.60
n' NE'44nf MW'44.W.. Nlil nf Lo. 11 a. II .?____. T T I. 1\1) L N. Andaroa 112 A Ey: of AE14 of NW\4 ----_.19 / II 10 Arthur Oren _ '.111
"of"NRU of ' lo'" .r. of NWM\ A NH of BWM of N Ntt of lot 1 __...__..__ 7 T N .0 A. O. Corm .... .A 4..10 Nk4 :: NEV4 : 80144 i. 01 -i.1 1 I. ao D. B. Bro..l.. u 11.10 fr
t'' r WM A Writ of BH of BWU of NofW14of5W14 .nEIA.I: T N 11 a. M. ..IlI. './. 814 .f NF.\4 of SE", .
NWM A EH not NEK of NW Corn .00 ft W .f I: line .f 8 : I A In-- -- __.fl 1 II 2. C. R. Aapp _ 11.11 I
NIWI NE!:
M" of BWM I NWM ..f !*WKof W" of Bwi4, o. N .lrIo .f Ry ,. OffSW8W..u.,. a 8th, of NW Cor..l1 I II IS I. 8. MatIt.. .. .. ....,-.. 11.1
BWM A NH of SWM nf right 01 _P. a. rtla 1'1 1.0 n. 4 f8W44&NWKotNW' ,
PWK A BWK of BV/M of 8WM W 890 It. 8 to W rI.b of -". of 8W\4 ,
A SWK of 8WV4 ef SBM !! Ih.... E on l'I.b' 0' way toDt Lo\4 5/ I a-. -n -of---____ II ,0 Co k. gaps 11... d

A. NH of NWM of BEta: of Iw. ._______________. a T 10 I 111". M. I.y "IT Lawty ._., Blk I Ie 1
? NEM of 8KM: A NH ofBE14 Lot 1 0' kl8 1 I. Ward Clip __ 1 "Ie 8ael R. Wad .a Lola 1 a t of-BIN- ; / la'r--w M... Faint L: loadholtse.__ II.I
01 "Vi A SW14 of 8 lots Till.. 11 of Pit 1 I. Wad All Bit 11 la : .--. Raddl
f1 ideal American Corporation City ______. .__ Gwt.y __ :: :: :: 14.71;
RK: of 0P'4i ff.4 -.. 484 ? __ S 0 M Flontm Ward 1.111 l.ola I a I 01 DIM 181a ? Ruddle =
f i SO 44 F.lwnnd Aasnea ..00f4 Lot 1 of BII I In Ward Clip __ n- Ward Lawte" _____ B.
NKH of NWK, ____ -11WU. -- --- --- t 7I .1. Lot / In Eat Gaup. IBlaoaMd .0."
a. BH fB6 nf 44W1, Lots I a 4 of Bib I. Ward Lot 88 la Kant t.wty- M... M L: l'aaIntt 1.40

2. SWM of NWK A. SWK_._H f 844 ideal American. Corporation .. '''.11 City ._ __ I 'II L. )110.... ...t Lot 41 la Even L.wty __.,,, Boa Jane. aN:
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN '


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eeat'L".A... 0..... a. C-. Tex*. 10' ft, N III ft, B III f 1b .
lot 18 I. E.a ester --.-.... .,,.,.,., Cbu. Parker _ LII DeeeriptiM .... '1..A.. Owner a t COM* bra ___________..4$ 122 T. 3 .11.1....... 170 M
Lot 6 I. Ott' Bur div of F..tyaLa E by Temple Are.. 8 by Pratt Lot 4 n..pt 8 It of Silk I. ,

: --. Cb.. Parka tap Street W by Sendemon .s.A ..- I. L. T. a Co' add ____---I. 1 U Dan Bone .. ,. *1.25 .
le O-- nub ally .r... - N by land of N. T. Rlteb _U 1 T. J. Alderma* .. . S.U Lolo 11 a 11 of Bib 17 I. Tern '

Lawta ;di"-------- -.-,-. ... Gn.n Erwin 1.11 I Lot In Stark bounded N by: pies. Add ______________--.lS II M.. Florence Broob _ $.00
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Lof $2 in Otl'a pub .f Est Jacluon, St W by: Bandemon tttt r- IofBib41I.LT.ac.'. ''t\

fo.ty &nub ";;- 3. N. a. Willi..... LII Lane 8 by A. O. Ane!.... 4k Jef- sub dir ---------1. I I' Jolitm Roller _ 100 r.
Lot 10 l0 dir EaatIAt fenon St. A. E: by Bib I H Orig. Ltt.laofBlkllbl.t.a. ,

'111 ----..---------- Gn.a Erwin. .. III inal town .-_---.___?---...--.t$ S B. 8. John 16.11 Oa'. sub dlv -------.2$ 12 Jamm lIed n __ __ 191 .
J'1W\o\ of JIIE\4\ of NE\4\ ____u $ 12 1. Co R. Ccharebi : ill Com 111 ft E of NE Cor ofKroadoay IIlk 0 of Temple'. Add ___--21 1 II M.... Eunloe E. c..._ _ n.10 t
$w., "f 8E\4\ of NE'4 -----.__..6 .a Ie a. M. Chureblll 1&.0 A Hort 8u on N aid All Elk 1 I. 1. T. a Co'. cub .
All 8'1'1'\4' \ of BW4( of 861: ( 1c of Hoyt St. rnd run N 101 ft. dir. .. .21 522 .
: a.- Con .._._..... 100 '
Kln..I1.7 head ._____21 1 U I C. F. a".rt I." E 82 H ft. 8 106 ft, to Hoyt 8t Lute l &$ of Btk lI im L T. -

EW4a. of NW\4\ of 8W" .... tI 1 II I' 3. 8. Abraham .... W 624 ft to beg In Btarke_.-tl < SS C H. Mark 10M a Cop add ..__.________---11 1 II Bradford County; Saab _ 1.10 '\1 '
bBII of NW\4\ of 8W4 ---- 1 U 10 A. Paul _. _. ...0 LoU tt 10 81 II II 14 M aBe On. Lot 10. It s4uaTe I. 'W Cop t
SE'4 01 JIIE" of 8W\4\ ________-21 122 10 Ells WIIII._ .. ___ '.10 of Blk I in R. M. Dowllnn of BW14 of 8W\4 -------___4$ 1 II B. W. Drl...... OS,_.__ 1.110
W I A of NIj of NW'4 of NW'4-2' B U I T. L. C......" 690 Add to Starke .__ ,. ... C B. Mark 1-20 8 A._ In SI: Cow of SI4: of
NE'4 01 NW'4 of NW'4 ------- 1 U Ie C. R. a.pp _ 1.1. Part of a 4 A Lot aom at NB 8E" ?________.._.____--.N 522 M... A. Eo Deynre. _. .11
EI' of NW\4\ of SE\4\ a NE Cor of land formerly: owned by Jllk 88 In 1. T. A 0.. rub dl"11 1 II R. M. Elletsn _.__ loss +
t4 01 8W\4\ of SE4 .-..--,.,,--27 1 12 20 a. B. CrUl'1D' .._ __ Opl T. W. Sweat A. run B to B 822ft ot lot 4 a N II It of .
1A t II la Wcodlawn --_-- 1 II 10 Viola Bwest 430 line of See. t'. theno B on Beeline Lot S of Bib 10. fI".ln.l Town_21 S I' 14.. D. L. Pra.eb ..... r
of of 7f4&1E SW\4\ .--- I / II 10 lie. 8. F. W'U- LUE no yd*, theno W to 8B One lot earn .t NIl: Cow' of Elk 0
W7. NE\ of NW3; Cor of land formerly owned by Jones Add A rue N 110 It. W

2. EI 4 of SWy44 a Wig of SEI,(._ I 1 22 120 Eo Eo Canon .7.11 paid Sweat thenoe N to bee laEH 110tt.. 8 110 ft, II 11' n to ,
'" of \ -----__ I .0 1>1''. R. P. Taylor 11.11 of SEW: ---s 1 ss 4 C W. Zarlni O*. t.71 .... .--. ______.________U 511 M.. D. L. Ftaaele ..... 4
NE4\ of NW\4\ of NE'4 1 122 10 8w.llow a Hopkins LII The 8 1H A ol the following oe.Mrlhed Lo. I 4a 0 of Blk Oa JUg.In 1
1'1'1'1'\00' of NW'4 of NEy4 aNE1y pleae of land, towlttIlix ,'. Ad'2' 1 II Elbert G..na __ ..___ 410
of NE\4\ of NW'4 I 122 at S10 ft 8 of NW Lot 2.1BIk4In1.T.&CoY
---- 20 Eo E. Canon .07 a pt ., .
of EI; of NE\4\ a E% Of Cur of NWW of SEW A ran BT - sub die .____._____00--2. 1 21 Jolla Goodwl.. 1M
W'N Wig\ of NEVI ---_...._.___ 6 12 60 Unknown .. __ lO.n ".100 ehn*. B!: t Cl-100 chop Lo. S7apof BlbOlsJib.
E' of NE'4 of SE\4\ __11 I II 20 M.. N.nnl. V. aadlq .10 N 7 ...100 chm. W 8 Rl-100 Ina' $ 1 &I Dr. P. D. MIetn L.
of 5E'4 _________.___._.12 22 .0 L. A. Evan __ rhn ta beg In NWW of FEW ..II 1 tt J Unknown .. .... One lot b0un-----------2
W;4of NW\4\ of BW ________11 SS II 20 M... N.aal. V. Baadlq 2.12'.10 All 8 of 60 n N A W of Canal I ley' W to" ILy St., a N M
44 of SW\4\ of BB'4-11 1 d lO Unknown _ '.11 parallel lln. to talkp sag where I Jackson tlL .______ _.____._tI 1 81 W. M. O..lIIn.rtll Ll1 A.
NE4f NW\4\ of aW\4\ a a.trip there wax a row of orange tree Con 16''io f't II: of N1I: 0..1'' ofHoyt

.0 ft wide W of acme ___-1. 1 12 10 3. O. Luke _ ...0 and there the line to be 10 ft A 1J""dw. fila a. noN
NW44 of BE'4 of BE\4\ a NE14 8 to the row of orange tree*. 101 rt. N Ill ft, W INK

of BW4\ of flE\4 ---__________.16 1 II to F..s TI4.denharg _ .18 In NWW of NWW-1C A A II! Ins It to beg .____00.1. U F, H. Hal. .. _.. 2.41 +
An NW'4 of BW\4\ W of R" --.1$ S II 0 Unknown _ 1'\4\ of NW'4 A 1(74 of 6wig Lo 1 of Bib 65 I. L. T. a. dot

NE\4\ of BW\4 of flE'4 _____..--16 6 22 10 John Topllo _- In 2.78 _____________________10 1 22 111 P. B. Bryant _ S74I sub dlr .-.___________2$ 1 II Raymond Jukeo. 731 t
SE\4\ of BW\4\ of BE'4 ._______-f1 8 II 10 Co 1. P..k _ E II 1-8 A of SEW: of NE',4$1 1 II Ardvl Leonard ? S.M Nlk.s7uadllnL.T.aC'. .
2 A oa W aide of NW'4 of BW4u \ MO S A com at NE: Cor of NEW of SStt sub cI1" _._______....___u.U 1 II A. O. .T.nklna ._.._ 11,01
N 1 A for .hnreh -______._17 S II 1 F.lix Goodwin. _ ___ '.'8 NWW A run W 148 rat 8 70 One Rot d..erlbsd br deed I.1I..k "
11 A rum .t NE Cor of JIIW\4 yd. E 14R yd. N 70 yd to ........ 2 Bandy Brymar 1JO 11. pap 11. Bradford! C.lteeorb .

of 8W4\ A run W 1080 ft Lot 1 of Bib 1 In Lincoln City: ...... Mary Joiner _ Sll ___ ____ ____-2. 5 II R .. 3oh. _. ......_.._ I'I.R'
8 480 It E 1080 ft, N .80 ftb Lou t S A. 4 of Blk 1 In Lincoln Coin 12\t ft B!:el NB 0..1' of Can

her -- ______.___.___11 S II 11 3.ff Lee __ _.. .. '.18 City .___._ _________ .______.., Alone Moor S.4I 6 Court 8s. 6 run N 111 ft dEUftB21Oft
S"Io of BE\4 of NE\4\ ___.__------12 s II _0 Julia Good..ln '.11 Lot. 6'A 7 of Blk 8 In Llnaodn W 1244 t
SW\4\ of NE'4 -----112 6 tl .0 Ransom lIqnohlll __ 878 City ?--__ ? baa* Clark Stl f. to lore _____________._______11 1 II R. a. 3"h... ...____. 1'.11
FE" of NWI4 ____._?.__----11 S II .0 rlWnolda.. 81'' 2.70 tot 8 of nik Tii.iI;" City.___ Mary Joiner .. -. .?,,. 14* LCa'a a. 1 fI' I. 1. T. 14
0E44" of SE4 .___ ____.1. I II eo JB.. I'rt.. ._.-. . 10.81 SEW: of SEW: ____________--11 S SSNWW 40 Pr. J. I'. TDlDII_ _. I.... sub di. ___________.__-.3$ 1 n R. M. 3.nkln. .__.__ 11." '
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Com 210 ft N of 8B Cor of Of SEW\ *x 1ft A In 8W LntsdsaloofplkDI.. .
BW14 of BW\4\ A run N tlO ft Cor .____.___?._?_..._14 1 tt 10 G. C. Cox _'...., ... .... 1t'.ln. Add -------------------2$ S I' M.. .......... Levlt01l .?._ 465
WIll ft, B 110 ft. E 811 It, NFW of SEW\ ex I A In BE Onelotel ftE4: Wbyl0$
Cor' .. _84 5 II K. L. Orlffte .01 n N A s. bounded B!: M J. F.Rhodea. '
to bar ___ ______ s II 1 M..11a ?
n -- --- Harley .. ._ .__ ',0'
Corn .t NW Cor of land owned NEW of SWW of SEW ......._.4BH 6 Sttt Itto C. R. Mark 1.11 N b" M... Alvarer'p
hr Elmira King on E .Id. of of EWW of SEW:\ ..___14 S 8 A. Carter' 407 land. a. S It" Bo" lit. .__.-__. $ S II O. B. Marks .... u. .n""
R" a. run E .t right asglr SEW of NWW -81BWW 1 tl 40 Minnie <,HrTl. 1.0 Le... 1920$1 81 88 24 26A81. 4
to R" to E: IIn. of 8M tl.t"'nee of NWW A NH of BWW\ _81 t StSt ItO C. a Grlffl ..........1675 In n..llna'i Add .___------29 S II ('. n. Marks 1.10 i
N on paid 8M Ilea to NEW of NWW -?-.-81 S 40 kUrion Gil... '.'0 Lots 1 6 1"f Blk II I. 1. T. a
c..n"'r Street la Temple'. sub 814' of NEW A EH: of NEW\ of Co' cub dh _..___._____..U 17! J..hn M..k ._ .. .- i14
dir thence W on St to By NW\i. _-_________.__._.-I 111M W. C. Foeter II." Lou 1 2 S 7 A 10 of IIlk l iaI'.vl. 11 ,
thence S alon R" to be. In: WI', o7 RWW ......_.____ I 'I sitt M M. M. GrllTi U.WI A Tnby'p add .___.__-1 1 &I w. N. Murdauth __ ILII
EJ of NE'4 e1 .neh IDle npee. SEW of SWW __ I 'I 40 Unknown .. .... 1eu24a 6aT. .... Lou A a a
of land beretofors been EW of EWW\ ex H A I. NW B of Slit DB I. .Toh_ Add __.-21 1 U Carre a GeorgIa Mille ._ 11."
Cow __________ ____ ___ I 822 IT C. H. Mark ...nNE" Lou J I I A 4 of Blk 1 I. 1
deeded __ ._ ___________. __0021 S U e.
Free NE\4\ of IlIk 8 S of-R 1 II Lolile Guyon .___..._ II." of Nww\ ._--_n____.___. 1 'I 40 B. A. Carter _ ,." T.mpl.'. Add ___________.___.-2 S II A. B. Radnesr; lot ._.._.. 1.11 jx
Eafree. NW44ofBibSSof \ I W H of SWW\ of SWW\ ex 1 A sstt Corn .t Nil: Cow: "f W'oj of NW t
R B. the whole being SOft I In NB!: Cop .....-....--..__ 4 8 tttt ItSO Franrlk Clark _ .... 4 ot 8644 of NEi4: a. ron W
E 2. W by 170 ft N a r i iS WH of NWW of BWW .-.__ 4 7 Unknown .. 4.65 100 ft to a I't of bey thenee ,

la Temple'p pub div __________21 122 IApgInNECorofa5ALot W 100 fig 8 801 tt. 1!: 100 ft, ,+,
1 F. L. Turner .. 2.72 N .
.ot ft to bey .... S tl Rloh.ed Resraoldo
owned Jackson 17
I Lot 10 It on S .Ide of N44a by Andrew ax --------- -- : _ 43
110 ft wide 0" W aide of SE Cor of SKW of NWW____ I 1 Stt I Quigley: Lumber' Supply Co.. MO Wlio 01 IIlk to In L. T. a Cob ,)4
of Blk 28ofBEEIn 'I Com at NW Cor of BWW, of NE sub dl" ----------------------2$ I .2 w. B. Smell ._ _...__..._ too
1'1"10 Lola I a. t of Silk II In L. T. a
B
W A run E 780 ft. 180 ft
Temple'P pub dI" ___.______-11 S 81 I Rape WillI.- . '.ea W Let Cop sub dir ________.__.. 18 S II 'WIll Sanders
"f Bib I 8 of It I 70 ft. N 180 ft to beg 1 ttf 1 Anle .. 1.11 .. ...___._ 2.51
E'o! Ba e
I Les 12 8 a. 4 .f BIb4I.T.
EH of NEW of NEW\ SEW\ I
E A W14 SE'4 of of Bib Bib I S 1 N of of R ItI 8 of NEW ________?___._ I M 1C Jams Clark _. 11.14 t.I.'. Hdel ._____..___u_______ H. A. Shaver Oowasr: ..__ n.$ !
1 A on N end of WH of NWW\ W 8'J% ft of luu 6a 7 of Bib
: E. NWJ,4 of Bib I B of I of NEW E of Ry -_ I 'II I Harriet Odi.m -. I." 17 In Original Town ___.______-------.---- T6ar. 'J'iDon .. .._._..__. 81.11 'flos.$4aN
B2Ea
Nl4ofSWof\
Beg 2 chop S of NW Cow: of NE ofU.ul alof
Ink 1 8 of R 2 E a N44of W of SWW run 8 t ehn* Blk A In Juaea Acid ...____11 1 81 J),. S. p. T..lln. .. .__ 12.10 .
SW'4 of Bib I S of It I 6 Acre In NEW of of 8EW. :
E 10 chn N 1 chn W 10 DEW
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rE In Temple'. pub dlv ____._22 1 II 17 N. .. Boll _._ L71 I rhea to be .. W 1 A ..______ tSWVi 'I" 1M..." Joiner .. Lit lea 14' A In NB!: dot, and
2114 A coin .t NW Cor of Center I of NWW\ BH of NWWof bounded E by Bee. line, 8 by: i

t and Starke a La..tesr: pub- SEW\ ________-_._-.rf tNH 'II .0 Jams ClarkPerry _ _ ,.., R,. WI"! Klllek. pi... In IE"..
lie sad a run W Lions paid I of NEW of NEW:\ ____.___.__ 9 7 21 80 Newaom .. 461 eel"'* Add .. ._________St SS Unknown .. .. ..._.--.-.-.... lt.lt
ft! .30 It to land of N. D. .
NWW\ of NEW ul0AIa85: LoU 1 al4aS44 of foU S A J'
Hs.pm.n thence N along paid Car.-----__ .. 0 8 81 80 C. R. Mark _ 61$ 18 Clf Bib U In L. T. A Cop
I.ndSO ft thence E 150 It NWW\ of NWW\ _.____.__. .1 II eo Perry N....... .. '.'0 Add ........ ......_.___._._..St I SS Joe Hill William* ? _._ 41.M
to said road. thenee 8 pions RWW\ of SWW ___._..._.___11 7 II .e II... N. B: Mabona _ 2.81. Lou I I 8 It II A 14 of Blk 17
paid sad to beg In T.mpl. 8WS! of NWW\ 1C 'I" .0 A. J. Grlffl .. '.to 1.. T. A Co'. ub dl* ?._.._.11 1 tS Anrelln Wilier _ 'I." '"
div _____________ _ -
pub _ _-21 S 81 I Joe 14orrlo __ '.M {;
SW Wof NEW:\ BWW\ of SEW: ,
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A la SW Cow of of N
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SE'4 of NWW ______ .___II 'II 60 W. C. Four .... ----- - -
W\4\ ______ ._______________2. S II 7 Unknown _ __ 190 -
N74 of NWW of sww\ -11 'I" 20 M. O GrlfTto .. ..____ ..., \Inn" i'
Wig of of SE\4\ of NE"1' t n .0 14... 8. L. Alntn 1'.81 SWW\ of NWW\ ..-_._-r__11 7 M 40 Mr*. Fllnabeth O. Ortffkl _. 11." Notion I Is hereby given to all oniwrnet. that 4k. Board] of County; Cnfnmlanloner for Bradford
W NE"18 A NW"of ,NW\4 of\ SW\4 of\ SEa--------2. 1 II 10 Swallow a Hopkin .. a.1I All ._ ____ .__..._.......... _...14 7 S2 640 foul Bro .. .____. ..... County: rlvrlila, sitting a* a BOARD Or EQUALIZATION on Monday July 6th 1VO '

NIAof W ofSWof5E4 \ E% of NEW: WM of NEW and pontlnulna m much from day: lo day until July Sth Itleo mad the followlnaehancx. In ]

\ N of Peek road ..______--24 S II A NEW\ t.f NWW\ aW34of the tax roll on Ale with the County _r' of Texas. Further notice I Ie then that the Hoard
II R. D. Bower
7.11
SWW of SEW _.___11 7 SS 400 Paul Bra .. .._..._ .. 44.U
E" of SE\4\ of NW\4\ A aW4 \ of Oiuttty: imntlimloner) will\ tie In s.lion on Monday Aua-iMt tnil 1V20, to hear aomplalnu, I,4r
\ of flE\4\ of NW'4 __._____tl 1 II 10 Ephram A Adam 'l'IDn 431NE44 NWW of NWW A SH of NWW\ If any then be, why the valuation a* Seed t>:y them shell not ataitd.Atteett 7
II A NEW of SWW\ -.-.-_..-It T tt 160 Mr K R. Dec ?.. $,7l (J. A. ROBBItTB.W. I,
of BE'4 ------------------25 : 10 W. C. Foster I.tlSW'4 N'1. of NEW A NE\4\ of NWW14Mr 7 tl 120 E B. Dee .. .__..._._ HI* T. .
WEEKS. Chairmen Board of County CommlMliiner of
of ._..______ $ II Yarbosugb
SW'4 --------2 .0 W. E. ...__ 118NW4 of NEW _________._________16 7 Et 80 Mr. E. B. Dee .. .___,,, 1414 Clerk Bradford ,,
of SE\4\ ________________-1. 1 II .0 L..L. Getter _. ____ 11.00WI All NH of NWW\ of NWW\ W County, Florida.

of NW of SW'4 of of SW SW4%. ,also A S\4\ of Ry: ..........................17 'I" II D. W. Moon ,_ ___ 111 Il.s.rloti.e "Be' *. Tp. R. Aera N... Frem Tee
% corn All ""_" "__.._ 21 7 tt 641 Paul Bro _ _.... ... 70 CO A In SB Jor) nf NH of NE
11JO :srda N of SW Coy of All __ __\ ______1111111111111124 7 21 140 Paul Broa ... ? __ 7000 V., of NEW: A BH of NKW.of'
JII'N\4\ of SW% arunE147: I All. ex WH of SWW _.______..11NWW 7 tl 660 Paul Bro _ ____ Mil NEW, A. B IHH A of NW .,'
N no W 117
:srda. I of NEW of .** 7 tt 120 Panl Bro .. _._. .
8 110 "do to beg ______________21 1 n .. Tboo. TI80a .. _..____ H.'O 4 A In NW Cor\of NH EH of NWW-SWW\ ? II 41 W. of NEW A. 8 IBM, A ofNKW
wt A N I of NWW A. BWW! \ of
of of
114 of NWI4 SWJ,4 of 8W14 NW'4 a. 8 of NWW ex 1 A for church __-_2TNH Itt I Jennie Hlcluon -. .. I..' NEW A SKU of NWW___._. IS < IT 140 Henry Bummer ......_. 100 160 11
of A of !:
NEW 8WW NEW ..
9 I" A_ ._._______________n 1 n .0 Poll: A Drew .___.._. "..lItNE'4 BH f NEW" of 8134ass4M:
A. E% of NWW A NWW of i'lP.4' : __. _. _____ It 17 .
___ 1 $2 . 5 inn Virgil fir-own ........_ .00 .CIt
of -----.26
E II A of.of SW14 NW4 NW\4 of NE4- S of 10 8. F. Mo..a _. ___ ..es NWW _______________.___.___-27SWW 'I" S40 Tan! Broa .. ___ S7.ll : of HEW __ u--- .....__. II 4 II 40 M. A. Week _.___._ ItO I"
of NEW A NH of NH of I NKW of HKV .. 84 4 II 4(1 h.rlle Hevarr. _. ... 180 1/10
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__47 1 II -
of of SW4-of NEy4 I Mn. Don Sibley ._ . 11.17EIV NWW of SEW\ _______.__StEH 8 nsi 80 W. F. Nichols ',DO BH of NFW "i"iir.\r\ ; NW
NEroad\4 \ \ of SWW of NWW __.__-___28 'I 10 J. II. WlUon. .... __.._ 407 W A NEW of BWW A 8
Cor of
a 8 A la NW SE\4\
Ben *t a ta 280 ft E of a pt of BWW AY BEW!: .._._.. I 11 400 A. II Fletcher. ._ _..8000 4000
of NE\4 __________________-2, S &I W. M. Bryan __ $10w ----- -
of NEt4 of SW\4 of NE'4.2' 1 II C. E. Marrh. . .110 266 yd. N of SW Cor' of NEWof REW' of ftfcW' ; u___________ ... tSH I 11 40 M. II. Powell ...._.._ 160 alt
I
u. NEW A run E 740 ft S 182 of NIE'.. A. NEW\ of SWW
Com .t. N ECor flf SI'\4:\ of N H yd, W 740 ft. N 182 H yd A NH "' BK-W: .-__._.__..... 1CNH I It 200 .A. II, Fletcher ._.._.1100 sooo
E\4\ a run W 882 ft thence to beg ____________..7 ss T .1. P. Peeplr. Act.r __ '.n of NKW' A REW!: of NEW
Routh E..t.rl" to a I't till ft NH of Rlk 8 In Hampton ..._____80 7 24S2 >r. W. 11:. Middleton __.___ 26.51 A NH of NWW A BWW of
W of See line on S side of74E4 Lot. 7 H B 10 11 12 18 A 14 of NWW A. NH of NEW of SERW

of NE\4 A thence South nik 4 In Hampton .. ......___80RFW 'I Mr*. Heetor Jon** .___. 11.11 a$14,,f of BEt4.11 I IB 2 NOVCO A. II. Fielder ... .___.Sinn 2800(
E..rl" 680 It to a pt 120 ft of SEW: ______.__..___81NWW 7 22 40 N. P. Cauthen ___.._ '.Mt : fEN 11 t Itof Mr. Arnliella A. Moor 8BO 1000 :'r.
from paid Rea line thence E of SWVi ______________.__84EH 'I 12 40 Paul liens .. ._.__.__. ..8ft SW)4: NBINW7144 L of-NE4: .
120 It to Rs line thence N of SWW A. WH of SEW .__84RH 'I 22 1M N. 1'. Cauthen -_...__.... ".14 N H <>' NWW. r)H "f 1NW44SW4of8101,4aE '
on Bs line to beg .___________17 1 II II Polly A Drew .___.___.__.. 692 of N NEW of SEV. ..84 7 22 10 Unknown. .. .._____.. 1.11 :'
.t A In SE Cor nf JIIE'4 of SE' of s"i-OJtfo Ry A 8 A In of KKVi: .-. 12 6 18 SAO A. H. rMeher. ________1700 llino J',
ISE'4 being 8 AN. S a SW Cor of RWW! of SEW _____.81 7 12 IT R. M. King .. .__.__._ 16(4 NFW ..f NE4... 18 I 1M 4(1 W, C.: William ....._.. ]Ill 1160ooo "u
1101. A E A W ___.___________t7 I It I TBeo Tlo"n _. _._._.____.. 1.06EF.4 8 A com at EW Cor of NWW of All ox NEW o------------- :\ _-_ 11 I IBFH 6110 A. II. rh'trher. .._......ftOO Ids,

Dr JIIEWo ex about 8 A off REW A run R410ft.N210 A NH of NWW\ ._._ _-_ 14 1 18Hv 4110 A. II. ".t.h.r ..._. ..8000 4(1110( y4:
E side A 8 A In JIIW Cera ft. W MO ft. 8 210 ft. to bee- ....86NWW 7 SS I. ,1amf II. Holder .. ____._. 4.67 ? of SWAT _. ._._ h_. __ ._. 14 I" HO W, <:. I'. K.... __..-_ 280 400 41
4 A In 8W Cor a NE'4of of SEW: ex tl A In SW NWV, of NWfc\ ,..-._.... ....11 I 11 411RKW !t. A. William _......._ 1110 260 \.1
SE'4 ex about 4 A In BE CoraiAInNWCura4A Cow ___.-. -___.___ ______ ____86NEV 7 ttB 87 S. B. Woodrd .. ._...___. '.19 NFW A. RH of NWW\ A NE
: of NFW A NH of NWW >/4 of BWU a. WH ol HK'4 .. 11Nr I It KM A. J'. Fletcher .______.S700 8600
_ __ __ __: 6 II __ .______._. 14.111Com
In BE Cor _?--- -- --- .t II W. M. Bryan of NKW: A all BH of NWW :V_ of Nf"'"., A WH of NKW:
100 It W of N1': Cur of of NEW W of Ry A NH of BWW A NH of NWW\ aN162.0.

W of NW\4\ of 8E4ofNE \ of NEI/ _._____.____._.__ S SSt 97 J. M. Heraey .. ?__._ 1141 A of SEW: of NW4aN6
i"i4lS\'Uf 8 245 : : 1:0 ft: All SH of NW<; of NEW: E of 2-8 A of SWW\ of NWW\ _____. 1* I 1! 288 W II. NettlM .. ..__.1000 1910
E 100 > _. _21 S 22 Richard a."noldo .. ___ 1.10 Tly ..... _.___ ______h.._____-. t n 14 R. P. Clifford ...,. ._... 819 EH ear HEW. ..f SWW A SW\
Com 200 ft W of NE Coy of EH; of 5W14ofSE4aw'4or! of HW>4 of BFW: ._ _______... 11 I IINH 40 W, 11. flammon ...___ 160 200 ..
W% of NE'4 of SE\4\ of N SEW of REW! __..?.____ n'? S t n 40 Mr. Clara B. Wllllan" ". 111W of NI>: '4 A. HWW of SWW.. SI I II 120 A. II rl.Wher _..__ HIO 11100 !I"
EWo a run B t.8 ft W 109ft Her at W See line or H Mile HWM "f NbVt A. NW of HKWK8 I IIR" 120 W. II Nettle.400 400
N U8 ft E lOll ft to be.11 1 .1 Geneva T...... __ ._ L10 Pact on N line nf Ree.' 211 A run of NP'4: ...... .. "..... 14 I II HO A, H. Heteher. __.__. Ito MOO t,
Lot S of Bib I In Stark. _____._____ M... Elvenla Morgan _ 2.76Lot 8 en dryreee, E 18*. ft f for a NEW of NEW A BWW of SW44a .
II 01 Rib 8 In Stark. ________-. J. T. Qalalq 1I1r :.. surfing point paid Rt! being 80 NWW
W : f81t Lou 6 a 7 of ft from renter of Ry track, HRW .-- ----. ...u.__._--.- SI I ItRKW 160 A. B Fletcher ...._?.1100 line
r ._ __ Theo Tian .. ____ II." of .______.__ __ _
? - --- thence R 84 H , E paral- BWW _ .-. *6 I It 40 John C llrown' .._-,. 110 '"
I Lot on N aide of Call St 1.I! with Ry in ft, thence NR6H nt: ol HKW: 4 HWW of RF.W:: 1/11 11* 120 M. A. Illaekwelder IBO .g
821io It E a W bsr 210 ft N drvree.. E 40 ft. throne 8W of HI>:W A. HEW of BWW_. 27 I It HO A..T. Knight _._._ UO .fIt I I
a4 bounded N b" .T.ffe..alit. N H4H degrees. W DO ft thence NW4 of NWW A NWW if $1WI.
W b" land of Vida V.Moran . 8 K6H decree W 40 feet to pt > A clW 14 of NWW *x I .
S bsr: Call St, a E b" of be* In NWW of NEW --___ I R. M. Kin- ._____. .17 A n NW ftir In church .... .-81 I 18 111 lx.noI Bummer _.._ 100 100 I
bib I 17 In - R S. Jobn 11.29 SF'4: of NWW *. of NW All hEW; of NWW\ lying 8 of

Lot 8 of blk Srt: : i ;k'E, W. Burrocalr ......:. 10.82 4 A RWW! ____.WH___._______.? . nit. W. C. Fouler .. .__.___._ lI.n public rued I... I A In NE:
E ofLot1&Lots 86a7of WH of NWM A NWW of BWW Cor--lt. A A. W 2HO :yd. ofBH ... '
Bib 26 In Starke _?._._-_-.-...-.-. Quigley: Lumber a Supply C0... 11.1. A. I't."f: REW: r>f 8W14 ..__. I I n 140 M.I.... Mta. Ce ___ Jill of BWfc of NEW\ A w .
Lot 2 of IIlk 27 In Stark. ______._ QuIRI.sr: Lumber a Supply\: C._ 11.11 R 1-8 of FJ: of RFW of NFW: -. 0 111 10 Unknown .. ,. Ill, 2Mfl yd ef NWW of 8BW\ A "
Lutz C .A.P.tot. Bib 24 I= !. M. WV.nfNFt4ofNEI: NWU 'BEW of NEW:\ -- __. _________ SS I IB 10Tit R. F. Harden ...__._.lie III
John Btarbe -- 3. 1Warren IJIt 11.11 of NEW A WW' of RWW of SEW "' NWW A EH of BWW\

Lo..2..f..LotoAAB tof NFW A NWW A NWW of 8WW I of NWW -_ _. ..__. .;.._ ___ II 1 II ao L. F. FrallckJHe _.____ 110 1M
Blk S6 In I J. M. Jahn Add toStark. A WH of RWW of RWWEH \ 1 | M 2RO W. C. FoeUrJ __...__. 1178 I.H: "f BWW A SWW of SKW\
__..._..:. ._?.... Carrie A Georgia Mille _. 11.1. of NEW of NWW A NWW A. HH of NWW of HEW\ _-.--- 118 I II 140 J. nielllna- $40 500
Lou a 1 of blk SS In : M.John of NWW exeAinSECe: NH' A NU' of BEW -______ 81 I 11 400'' A. H Fletcher. _--80e0 .otI
Add to Burk. _--_ :..-- 3. T. Quigley" __ ue &SW4nfN4.x8A1nSE NWW oNWW\ A. BEW\ M-j

Lot B A N 20 ft of Lot a of j. Cow 4exPAInNEGay WW -.----.----.--. ........- || I 80 John C. Brown _..__ $10 401
Rib 87 In J. M. John Add to A. RFW ..f NWW\ ex 10 A In WH ..f NEW: A. NEW\ of NWW
Rorke' ._?-: -_.. ----_----_.... 3. T. Qulgl.y" __ ..... NW CorafAlnNECo, -UNH tt 116 H RIHbrnndC. ___. 1* *.4 A. WWW' of NWW A. MM ofHWW

Lo. la14a844ofLots 2a18ofRIk1S1nL.T.a of NEW: --_______..___..-_It S tt 80 H. Drake ___. IB.M A HEW: of BWW\ A. W
Co. N 820 ft of NEW of SWW\ A B: H of IIE'4 ...__ _.___._____ II I ItIt DUO A. H. riebttter' ___.___.27110 8600IM
Add to Starke .:__::._: _.._ _._-_ Joe Bill Willlan ..... 446 ft of SEW nf 8WW A SW WH of NRW!: A BBW: of NE4.1::\ S 120 A. J. Crawford! _.____. 100
Lot 4n89ftof Bib 14in4T of NWW of REW! ex W 4 A E4y of NWW\ A. NWW of NW
1 Cal. Add b Burke _--_ _?_._. Dan BorN -_-....-..--. 12.10Los. A SWW of SEW N of RBWW Of .. NEW. of 8WA\ A. BHofW. 7
0 In LT 86 \* :\ .
of SEW A of NEW
a 0:. ldfto :.r:. _. __ 1'. M. BIII. ....-.---- .... of RFW: ex I A In NE: Cor N $15:4: \ .I'I f It B6C A. B. Y7MM2700. 1600

Lot 7 of Bib *2 In 1. V. a Co'. of Ry --..._______...___.._.__.It s n 171 Brooklyn Land Ce __ SO 81 NW'1o of BWW\ A BWW, of N
Add to Starke -_ -_-:.___ Dan Bate' 1.96LoY 2A In NW Cor of 5W4ofN\ W\oIo\ ei 16 A In NW Car __ 1 S II 66 B. E Brown ..., 100 164))

I a g or W% of Bib SIn ww\ __ _._._____-_.________.._li S M t Robert Gale _,-..,,-? 147 NWW of BWW! ___ ._.___n____.. 1 I II 40 A. B. fleUher _.__.. UN Ion
Livngaton. 7Yuby a Go'. JII" nf NW\4 flf NE'4 a Wig NEW of WWW'" .. .__?____.__. I I 11 40 A. H. Fletcher. __ IOC 400 Fig
sub dl, -_- _-----.n-__------.,.-..+ Ruse Cal .. UI A. NWW of SEW ._.___ .__11 I" IHO R. n. Clayton -. . 6S7S HhW;I. of Nwg A EH of BWW\ 7 6 IIil 120 5. R fMtoen __. 100 .044BO
Ink II In Livingston T\'Ubsr: a RWW! A. NWW\ of SEW\ __..._>8NEW II ttt too W. C. Foaur .. _---_ It 10 NH of NWJ4 .- _..?._____.? t HO F. U. Ueteen _._._ 610 ...",
Co'. sub dir ------.-...... R M. Eli.rss 16.27Elks l.nt 1 ___.'_ __ _____11 ttI 86 Unknown _____ '.e7 N'I:W es >7H A In NE: Cur' A >,:'
I 27 a $8 In Llvlnnton, Truby of NEW: A EH"of"8E!: of HH of NWW\ egl1A1n8W

a Co'' cub dlv _?.--_-__-:___ A. O. Jenkin 11.11S. NEW ____________.._____.._SSBWW Mt 40 tJ"known __ .__. ISO Cor A a .Ir..p of land *C yd
.... of Bib .1 I. LlvI..to. Tn- of NFW a. LoU 12 t A ._12 tt SHI Melroee Mfc. O. ............ 11I.1 wi le A 118/1 rd lung on N side .
b" A Co'o sob div ?____ ----- 1. J. Aprons I" NWW of NWW\ __ __?-.-___21NWW 121 40 R. D. Clayton _ of BWW' -... -__ __.___.. t t 11 221HO John W. Bulling __-. 100 118ft ..'
Lot 2 of Bib .2 la L1vlnptoa of SEW ______.___..18 121 40 Unknown .. ..._ ..____ .IIM NH of 1 NWW -. .___00_._.... 0 5 It A. A. Hlelllni .____.. 211/1 400 ;!.
Toby a Co'' sub dlv _________ Julia Goodwin. L" B. M. DOWLTNO. Tax Collector. BWW of BWW a_ -___._._._.__ 10 S 11 40 .T". William _- _Y__ lea loe
Lot 8 of Bib 12 I. Llvlnpto. BH of NBW: SEW:\ of NWW\ 11 5 18 120 W. A. Brooks .... ___ 8/10 e00''
Trub" a Co'. sub dir _?____.___ Julls Butler 181 BWW' of NEW A. BWW\ of NWV II I 1H HO A. B. rletaherJ. . ______ SW 100
W4 of Bib 48 I. Uv1O.tos. NEW A. NEW of NWW A N 14
Truer' .. Jaw Johnon (CoI) 1.0 TOWN TAX NOTICE A of NWW of 8ICW --.-.- II 5 IIII fit O Ttoon _
sub dlv __________..-. -- ._"n.... R"O IOU
Blk 44 la L1vlnpto. Trubsr a Notice I Ie hereby given that the following .....Pi_ land will be cold at public an*, NW\4 of N"10! ..._.-----_ SOtl 5 40 ... H Graham .______ 1"0

Co'. .ub dl" _______,_______ ._ A. 0. Jnkira ....-. .. '.10 tlon on .th'; MONDAY IN AUGUST S 120. H being the tnd day: of said month at BEW: of BR.W -_...___ 1 11 40 J. F. thiuirlaM ._____ 1"0 loe.oe
Lou 1 a Starke, In County of Bradford., Stab Florida, or mo much thereof a* win be n..s.y KH: of lou 1A/ 8 _h ---.. ----. I" 4 1* 440 A. II. Fletcher.
II Bib 2 la
!'arts A Tra"7"a'. 10 Add of to Starke.-..... M.. W. M. ............." 411 t<. par the amount due for tax** herein. let opposite the ......, tocetker. with the ot of said fiVwE. !/* "' /W\4\ A *"\\40 .' -- 1100 U/IO
..1.. .nd adv""ttaln.. __ _____ i
Lou I 4 a. NI of Liu I A lof ? 4 II 480 A. B. Fletcher ---6so0 .110O
Iik A In N. J. Jons Add _. ---- Dr 3. P. ?omllnon 4UI "rLA" BITE SWW of"NWW\ A iVvi"eY BWW 1C 4 1* 1204MO W, H. Croft: .___ IftO 400 \
I Tax Tawn of .ta... Florid. NH A .
Ieu I Collector KWVI-\ --_. -_ 21 4 II A. R. FMeher
A N. J.
dof la __II" 450$
.Ton.. Add to Stack.C_______... T.J.. Alderman __ U.20 Taxw All e.nept )NWW of NEW\ S2 4 II 400 A. H. "_he,_ _11'00 Sung
t Loto NWW\ of NWW -------.--_.. SI 4 It 40 O. W. Burst
J.I..1 I I A 1 of Rib 4 In Tem. .. H A. ShD..... A C. 11.19 1.ptJe. Bee. T. R. A. Owner *. c;.... NH ol NEW\ A BEW of NEW: -?-,.-.. 110 too
, Add to Stak. ------- _. -- -- ____ 1.11' Lot 7of lkI In L T. A Co' A NEW of 2.
iii''Eual. NWW
n. .. L Ca-- HWW\ of
....
II ......
' Lot In Temple'. Add tcP Rtarbe _.. .dd __ _____._.._______18 1 tt Mr*. Mall.* Andersen __. 14.10 NWW A WH of SWW\ It
18 of BII 11 I. Temple's Add 1.11 Inu51aa fFib b.LT.a, RW' \ of "
NEW of 8B
I Lot to 7 lllark.. _______ ____ Unkstm -- Co'. sub dir .- ._____._________St 5 tt J. 3. Aaron .. ________.__ t'l Vi A. 8H' 0(4814( : .--___ II 4 II 440 A. R. Fletcher.
I of Temple. -.15o0
Add 4400
.
Bib 28 In 1.1 Lola I A 1of Bib C In Jon*. A. NH of _. ___
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KW .
lot
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. to Starke ________ Jams Oneo WY4y14o 4 1* 140 A. hx Fletcher '
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Lot 9 _______.. ___ Add .ho Lot of land bounded BI 8W W A SKW of SWW, 24 4 le 120 Nathan Hunt ===-1 0000 1400 !.
i to flf Silt 81 In Pk' Add Mamie Morv"l _. 1.18 ., Temnle Are. N by land of I NW'/' of BWW A BH\ of BW 500

, Lnu Burk.-------_____ N T Rltch I W by Banderaon V A BH ..ftFW: .-?-______ SI 4 It 200 A. R.
4 1 9 a 11 of Bib B 1nA .." A 8 by Pratt 8t _. __tt 1 tt T. J. Alderman _. ,.. 1.71 ; NWW A of Fletcher1200 1000
lane WU
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Rising'. Add to 8.h _ __ _._________. M... Tern... Iivlbg ?------ HWWi T SI 4 I* 240 A. H Fletcher. =-1"00 2400It
Lots <% Aero com at BW Cor of M",. NB4! A NBW of NWW -_ 'n__ xT 4 II 100 A. H. Fletcher
! 8 'I a t .r 11III 1 611 I. .." tie A Madison. 8u. A ran 8 N ________ --------1900 OOOtxo
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G. 3. T Qulalasr: -- - --- n 4 IV 120 A. II Fletcher __._____a.oo *
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J bAit' FOUR BRAI.FORD r.niTVTVTT'i.ECRAPH. STARKE."FLORJD .' FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1920.
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Bradford County Telegraph secretary who Is fit for the calling. 1 they have in large towns. Lois Long, Pauline Miner Alice FerInander NOTICE

,. .; lie must be a business man of experience S. A. L. R. R. After he had looked over the stock Florence Elizabeth and LeilaT ,

.,:-='- -'-' -' = and Itandinlfaraight'dne: a and bottling works of DeWitt C. Des Andrews Sara Hope and Georgia I The registration books of the town

I'oblikhrd Wwkly, STd enter i aa aeemJ and energy and must be so much dependent MAN Jones he was surprised. When I had Haynes Evelyn and Marjorie Stump, 1 I of Starke will be open for registration

.I elafti matter at the cmt-cffire; at on the town's prosperity for MAKES taken him over the town and showed Thelma'and Melba Silcox. Gladys Russell -: of electors from July 10th to Au.

I' Stirkr. Florida.1C. his well being that he can bring en- him what business was being done he Thelma and Patsy Brinson, Mary ;, gust 14th 1920. C. A. FUTCH,

, thuniafm into his office. A man not STATEMENTCOULDN'T was well pleased. Canova Hazel Middleton Roscoe Mc Registration Officer, Town of Ktarkci

I l ; -- in possession '>t these qualities will Well that's all right. but what was Lane, Jr., S. R. Johns Jr., Richard .
8. MATTHEWS. Wilor and Owner.The not do. The third necessity is for that you were singing Just sing it and William harvard Billy Graham, i: NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

fi each business man to brush the cob'webs WORK FOR FOUR to me. Lester Price and Eldredge: Robinson j)i To all who it may concern: Gentle-;

hangmen of Germany are out from his eyes for a clearer vis- Oh it was not much; just been Milton Brow-nlee, Jr., A. E. "Wall Jr.. men. The fence round the cemeter

1 in a .strike for higher pay and possibly Ion.As MONTHS AFTER BEING IN thinking about DeWitt C. Jones all Richard Long Charles and David at Mt Zion' or Swift Creek church

shorter hours. This is the first we have remarked many times WRECK-TANLAC RESTORES the morning and this kept running in Ahearn Merrill Futch A. M. Pettit I needs repairingand there, will be a

trike we have heard of when the before, Starke has already made a HEALTH me all the time.. Jr., Jim Poppell. Julian Peek Jr., cemetery working there on the 18th

public iv not hurt Those who are to good start has no constitutional ailments Well, Ut's have it. Paul Knight. Benny Sternberg, Walter -I day of August and all who are willing

take a trip to kingdom come via the and will! grow if given proper "I always take a delight in recommending McDonald, Jr., Charles Lucian to help pay for the fencing; and material .

o' hemp route do not mind waiting. Indeed nourishments. But she is troubled I Tanlac, as I think everybody When Capt. Jones was a little chap, Kickliter Sinclair Peek Jr., Arthur I please come on that day prepar-
,
j they cheerfully would if theycould with that tired feeling. Lt tis give ought to know about this grand lie had such lovely curls; cute Darby Jones Joe Edwards Jr., Victor (:i ed to put in your mite for that purpose .
her something to do and feed her well His mother thought him mighty I
medicine. declared Joseph E.
Lyons i
out strike Elmo
'f go: on a sympathy Thomas Pete Brinson, St. and will appreciate any amount
t with the hangmen. no that growing pains will take the DeSoto Hotel TampalFIa., a firemanon And so did all the girls. Struth. large or small hand it to either one

place of hstlessness. the Railroad. __._ _ I of the committee appointed by the
I When he to be a man,
"On December 6, 1919 I was in a grew up
Next year will see the inauguration Dover have left church to look after the work which
FIVE MILE lie looked this country o'er; Mr. and Mrs. Perry
railroad wreck and bruised
was badly
of industry in Florida that of W. S. Brannen Lee
a sugar north of two months dur compose Bran.
be preacher for trip
As he could not a a
I
and shaken It seemed after
will keep growing: until the state ran up. my a few days in nen and J. E. Douglass. 7-16-5t8.13.
ation. After spending
hardware
, furnish sugar for the whole nation Five Mile Joly 23.-Geoisre Fair. experience In this wreck that my lie started a store. will to North

. dnd then some. The rains which have cloth and son, R. D., spent Thursday nerves just went all, to pieces for I Say, can't you think of anythingelse Jacksonville where] they Mrs. Dover go will remain -

J hurt most farm crops this year have here. could hardly sit still could never geta I but Hardware Store? Carolina to visit relatives!, while Mr. A CLEAR SKII4

, 1 been favorable to the cane fields and Mrs. D. I. Blume and niece, Mrs. good night's sleep lots of times Yes I see lots lots of things when Kentucky. He will rejoin I
walking the floor all night long. and !I Dover goes to Women do not have to patrontre:
they promise a good yield. Much of Annie Vann spent Wednesday In I go to town. When we were there Dover and then they will
the cane will be used for planting next Worthington. in the mornings I always felt tired i last I was standing in front of DeWitt Mrs. to Starke. j the beauty parlor-for if their skin
j both return
<' year's large field. E. L. Overby of Richmond Va., and wornout. I suffered with severe I C. Jones Store with some other men ia disfigured with pimples I'ndblotcLel

visited headaches and pains through my back 1 and along came a bunch of toriey
P. P. Dfkle and family Friday.
" I relieves Constipation ,
and shoulders nearly all the time and 666 quickly -----
dressed folks. One of the men
3 A Baptiat church in Fensacola] has Dred Douglass of Worlhlrgton.was women I and and their
Loss of Appetite
was so run-down and weak that for that woman's got mighty pretty Biliousness .4.lO \ j
B and the says .
a rean class youngsters
. a business visitor here Saturday. four month I was unable to do a lick stockings must've cost $2 at least. Headaches due to Torpid Liver. blood ia
decided to have a picnic for a few I IIt Marvin Vann is quite sick at the ;
of work."I .
days on the Eacambia river. They :|I home of his aunt Mrs. D. I. Blume. tried many different medicinesfor Well that beat me. Never saw andtht'y a TO LAND OWNERS i., disordertheyshollld
of stockings that cost $2 .
caught: a turtle weighing 100 pounds pair
Dr.
Mann is the attending; physician. .
''I my troubles but had never found looked mighty thin at that. lie ..
It and 700 fifch. This docs not look like |I D. I. Blume attended an annual' anything that helped me a particle My work on the Bradford County obtain at

1 an exaggeration, but it was their lint'' mooting of the Primitive Baptist in I until I started taking Tanlac. I taw said they were silk Telegraph makes it impossible for me ( the drugstore
I into dry goods store
Well went
fishing trip. We do not recommendtending Baker county last week. so statements in the a to do any surveying and those. in / ). that

.j'I; members of such societies out I[I Lonnie Dukes and family left Sat. many from people I know newspapers praising- and a colored girl come In and said need of such services are asked to see wonderfulblood

, fishing lest their love for veracity i i j f urday for St. Katherine, where they Tanlac I decided to give it a trial, and to stockings the clerk Misses'You sent all got me to any buy white her the county surveyor. It is hard for //t :_ tonic

suffer damage. Solomon' saying that I II 'I will spend the summer. me to refuse importunate requests to
it proved to be the medicine I and alterntlve
':I all men are liars was probably the 1,, Luke youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. needed. Right after the very first few doses a for pair them.and" not"Well to pay" the more clerk than said$4 run lines but I am compelled to do sc, I : Cll of Dr.-
. ,
; result of listening to fishermen's tales. :I B. J. Thomas, is critically ill) at this I felt better and continued to im "we are just out of the $4 silk hose and while I am grateful for the confidence VlO" < I Pierce's
writing. shown I must again remind -
me
,
I am now on fourth bottle :
prove. my but here is for .60. Bettergo which
$ he
? Florida is In the way of becoming I I Misses Delle and Mae Duke, Ardell and am simply feeling fine. My nerves back some Well the public that I am not "in the b :
; and get more money. d.. before
celebrated for producing. unsurpassed Drawdy, Oscar Rimes and Sheppard are as steady as a clock and I am free she went back and I hung around to market." Respectfully ; ;.-- -

j'4 "nature fakera." Pratt, of Falatka I I I Dukes attended a birthday supper at of those terrible headaches. I have see how it would come out. Pretty II. E. LAGERGREN. 'the
( was the first to come Into notice on the home! of John Colson Saturday entirely regained my lost strength public over fifty years ago.:
soon back she comes with 50 cents
account of his wonderful alligator I I evening the being in honor MASTER'S SALE
supper of
and am full of life and energy. The and said "Misses said it MACON GA.--I might; I
more was a say
I tales. When Jordan of I'unta Gorda. Miss Iva Colson and her Notice .la hereby Klven that under and In
took numerousfriends only regret I have in connection with small matter; guess they were worthit. purauancv of a certain final decree, of for,. raised my family on Dr. Pierce's
up his mantle it fell on worthy I IIi wish her many happy returns. Tanlac i II that I did not start taking Mrs. So and So just bought some : demure. of 0.'.. made and rendered on the Golden Medical Discovery. It is
shoulders. Jordan's forte was fish Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson have it and 26th day of Jane. A. D. 1820. In and lijr the
stories. Not the sooner as long as I live I Intend for $3.50 but she was bound to have Judire of the Circuit Court. In and for Bradford the best medicine I have known for
.' long ago an unknown sympathy of their friends in tha to a good word for it." .. .
say the best. They were the cheapest in Counts Florida in Ch.n. ,. In that coughs. I always gave it to
author wrote some marvelous stories death of their daughter; Mrs. Ernest Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L. certain ....*. therein pendinor.. wherein J, O.Colaon my
children. and it
from Green Cove the long run. la Complainant, and M, Diii... not only helped the
Johns which
Springs and of late occurred ,
at Rodman Turner J
Tavares has on ; in Raiford by Weaver Drug Well now, I thought I was going to Administrator: .ol the ratal* S. D. Dnkei; I I cough but grave them strength and
stepped into the lime Sunday. The interment was made in Co.; In Lake Butler by TomlinionMiines faint right there in the store. .nd Non. Duk... deceased and LeLand Dukes, whenever any of the rest of the
light furnishing Edna Dukra H. N. . I
similar the Duke and Kelha M
stories. They family lot at Elzey's e
Chapel. Drug Co.. and in Worthington Now, see here. Brown if that is all Duke are defendanta. family had a bad cough I would
are very ingenious and well written Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle were the by R. T. Taylor.AdvFARMER you have to do when to town- I. A. S. .brew. a. Special Muter hall give them Golden Medical Discovery
and we hope to see more of the same guests of Mr. and Mm. D. I. Blame I you go offer for ale at rmhlie outcry and atll to th.1 i I
too. had the
kind. Sunday. just look to nee what kind of stockings hIghest and best bidder for ....h. brfor the influenza, and
the women wear guess 111 go door of the eourthouM In Stark. Bradford it left me with a bad cough and
Misses Delle and Mae Duke spent County Florida on Monday. the 2nd day of I otherwise down. I
run- took
... HOARD OF TRADE BADLY NEED. Friday in Lake Butler, guests of their BROWN along next time you go to town. August, A. D. 1920 during. the legal' hour, a
couple of bottles of Golden
ED Now Samantha don't get your back of *al* tile following. described property, tot t Med
uncle Marion
Dowling. They were up and get fussy like that and don'tyou Will I ical Discovery' and it rid me of the
accompanied home by their Beginning .t the Northwest. Corner of fiec- *
The citizens of Starke will be grandfather Ha there Brown. You out there on blow that $5 for a pair just like tlon n. .nd running Eat 415 yard, thence cough and built m8 up in health.
soon Henry Dowling who was the the porch? Well go and get me some them because you want the best. I South 440 yard, thence Wet 480 yard, Golden Medical Discovery'is the
called
on to organize a board of trade guest of his daughter for the week. thence North 440 yard to point of beginning ;11' best medicine I have ever used in
for the 'stcenth time. No trouble to end. wood. suppose stockings do come mighty ao) beginning at the Northweat Corner of
Can't it this Section! \ 2B. and running East 410( my family to purify the blood and
do that do Samantha to allfiredhot high now; is H. C. L. times now yard
;. ; long: practice will make us I Mrs. B. L. Duke and father, Mr., thence. South 440 yard Ia. for a point of beginning to drive out impurities from the system. -
and got to get this harness mend. -and we all want the best.
do it automatically. But this time Dowling ; and from thence run East 8RO yard I II t' "
we were guests of Mr. and Mrs. -MHB. J. W. MKRCEB. No.
ed. Get wood thence South RftO . .
make some yourself. yard* I then West R"O
must it a permanent thing not t I P. P. Dfkle Saturday. I tell to wood. Do I JAMES RICHARD WAINWRIGHT'SBIRTHDAY yards: thence North H80 yard In Section 25. I 2140 Second Street.
you get some
quit$ as soon as thenovctyi) Little Marion Tnwnahlp 7. South of Bang .
20
I S 'Y V"_... "-'L...v _new_U . Will... worni i ..._ .u. .. u... .Drawdy. I. upending_ you expect me to chop wood this not PARTY 108 acre, more or lea*. together East with containing
utparture not. aa I me wrm witn ma granaparenis, Mr. all and alniralar' the
,
day and tenement hereditament
in former times, be the result of and Mrs. T, L. you tuckering away with your and
a L Drawdy. appurtenance* belonging or In anywfctaappertaining. .
old harness T I should Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwrightgave I
desire to Just start something to Mrs. D. J. O. Green and children say not. You .
break the I don't get any dinner unless you get their handsome little son, James A. S. CREWS.
monotony. Since our last were week-end guests of relatives I A. Z. ADKINS. Special M.....,
P rne some wood. What's that Richard a delightful birthday partyon
board of trade went the way of all It.prf'dt''essoJ'1l here. you are Solicitor for ConiDlainait. 7-2'6t-780
singing out there? Wednesday afternoon July 14th
;
Starke has received some Melvin Kerce was a visitor here,, Well
I
Keep
new blood in a business sense, that re. Sunday.A Oh, it's only a little song about De- the little gentleman having reached Habitual
bc'ls Witt C. Jones I just made his sixth mile stone. Constipation Cured
against stagnation These men crowd of up. In 14 to 21 I
merry young folks Days I
gave Well while I The front porch was attractively Do
have that am waiting for the not allow the
seen the town and the Misses Vann
surloundiiiur a delightful surprise "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a special!
wood might and decorated with and of
well arranged pink poisons
t as undigested
come out and
,
country are not going ahead prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative
party Saturday night. for Habitual
have white flowers A number of food to accumulate in
you sing it to me. You will be large
and find it
t nccefumry to improve mat. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waters Constipation. It relieves promptly but I I
bowels where
spent your
children they
talking in came to celebrate this happy
Saturday here your sleep about DeWitt should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto are .'> 60rbcd Into

ters.An individual Is expected, by educating ---- C. Jones yet. How did your Northernman occasion with the young host and each induce regular action. It Stimulates and I systent. In
himself starting in business like Starke and the farms? You guest presented him with a lovely Regulates. 8 Very pleasant to Take.* doe: I headache bad
DOBSONDobson
!Rood management, enterprise to add spent too much time showing him gift. Games were played on the lawn i j Her bottle. I I blood and numerous

r to his own wealth and around. and a peanut hunt was much enjoyed. U other troubles are bound

the road to wealth. A help others on July 23.-Joseph Andrewsand You had better been at home cutting Martha Powell found the largest num- I to follow. Keep your
town is
only daughter, Miss Cora, herman ber of and awarded 0 C I system clean as thousands
first
'. an me some wood. I spose he didn't peanuts was '
< apgrviratlon of individuals and its Johnson of Baker county, Fred An. prize box of candy the consolation You Do More I p of others do, by
growth and more than thank you, and I 1 cooking: I --a ; Work w.
prosperity
depend on the drews and Alton Drigjrers, Miss Su- I taking an occasional: dose
same conditions as pertain to the in. sic Hurst and sister. Mr. for him-a stranger and you gallvnntinur prize went to Roscoe McLane a huge You are more ambitious and you get wore I of the old, reliable veg-
; dividual. To be satisfied and Mrs. around all over the country stick of candy tied with red ribbon; enjoyment out of everything when your etable family liver mcdip -
with Ben
1. way things along Is the Brannen, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch with him and me staying at home all I' One feature of the amusement was blood Is In good condition. Impurities in cine.
pro death
to Stafford of Palestine the blood have I
a
were a very depressing effect
town. So among alone and no wood. feeding the Teddy bear, which resulted on
also ia the ,
selfishness the
which thoHo
attending services system causing weakness laziness
at Cypress in Leila I
Dea Andrews
causes town dwellers to nctfloct the I Grove Sunday. Oh, you're crazy Samantha. Why I Ii winning the I nervousness and sickness.GROVE'S Thedford'aBlackDraught

welfare of others as longas they Mr. and Mrs. Judson i that man is a gentleman! he is. lIe I!, first prize a box of candy, and Paul TASTELESS Chill TONIC
: hurst were gave me a twontydollar bill I I Knight the booby prize, a big stick restores
themselves rt-ap profit. Starke bus in Lake Butler Saturday. I ; said It Energy and Vitality by Purifying
been guilty of these shortcomings and Johnnie was cheap at that. Said you wag a of candy. and Enriching the Blood. When you feel

as a result business is fit ]Mrs. Hum visited his sister' dandy cook and here is a five he said I I I Throughout the afternoon punch Its strengthening, invigorating effect see
a Oad Dobbs
improvement standstill of Manning for me to give you. |I was served on the front porch. Mrs. how it brings color to the cheeks and bow

lacking buildings decaying day and Sunday Yes, but I'll bet Wainwright was assisted in entertaining It Improves the appetite you will then
wouldn't have
our young: men either Misses satur.I' you its
idling Ruby and Mattie ) appreciate true tonic value.GROVE'S .
said a word about it If 1 hadn't and serving; by her daughter Mrs.
.r away precious! time or compelled to of Baker jumped Mrs. W. P. Pickle of
go county were TASTELESS Chill
elsewhere for guests of you about it.Voll, now that is !, D. T. Clark of Jacksonville; Mrs. W. TONIC I I Rising Pawn Ga.
writes
is
employment. No effort es Mae and Agnes Johnson not a patent medicine. It Is simply ,
Sunday. C. Powell
bring made Just like a man. Misses Mary Canova, Gla. IRON and I "We have used Thed-
( to help the QUININE! suspended in
farmers no I I Marshal Dobbs, of Syrup.
,, new settlers are coming in but the Sapp, was a caller But it was nice of him Yes, he's dys Russell Lucile Johns Florenceand So pleasant even children like it. The ford's Black-Draught as
home
are moving away. Taxes are high many because Hurst at of Mr. and Mrs. M. II. no hog; mighty nice man, I take it. i Elizabeth Andrews. Refreshments blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto I I a family medicine. My

., the Sunday. He was dead stuck on the farms of ice cream! and cake were served on Enrich It. These reliable tonic prop I mother-in-law could not
scarcity of .1
population I M. II. Hunt made a business the lawn attics never fall take calomel as it seemed
drive
trip and on Starke. Thinks Starke the table being centered by to out impurities in
throws the burden but few a good too for her
on a Investors to Lake Butler Saturday the the blood. strong so she
from elsewhere give the Mr. business town with good stores and birthday cake which was beautifully I used Ulack-Draught: as a
us and Mrs. Louis The I
Alford of Ba iced Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
in white
go-by good business. Says the farmers and pink and on mild laxative and liver
( on account of her
our apathy for TASTELESS Chill
i new entrrprinos. (county were guests of Mr. and should stick to home towns and help which burned six little pink candles the favorite tonic In TONIC has made It regulator . We use It
Mrs. thousands
N. II of
Hurst home.
: Sunday. build up the business at home The little people enjoying this party In the family and believe
All this has been for More than thirty-five
forced on the at. Horace Addison years ago folks
? tention of the few men of Erabelle and sinters, !Misses I they can sell as cheap or cheaper be were: Eunice Cunovu Lucile Johns would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S it Is the best medicine" for
enterprise Attiemae the liver made.
and
Vera Acldi- I Try It
EloIse and Dorothy Etholin TASTELESS
the cause they don't have the Ritch Chill TONIC when
town a
and expense
possesses Insist
they find that
min, visited their on the emilsieI
-
Mrs. (
sister Noah White. Martha Powell, Betty McLane. member of their family had Malaria or
something must be done. The I' Shaw TheUIord's. 2Sc:
first; of a pack
Sapp I
Saturday night needed a
necessity for Sunday. A number of folks attended. Julia Etta Canova, Ava Lou Poppell body-building strength-giving age. TJ75HonestlyfAdvertised
organized action is a i I I A sing was given at the tonic ,The formula Is
board of home of!I We are sorry to report the sickness Clara Louise Peek, Hazel and Lois just the same to-
trade, and the second is a 11 I I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mikel of Oluntee of Jesse Howling this week. I Adkins Mary and Martha Brownlee day.store.and SOc you per can bottle.get it from any_drug I


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FRIDAY JULY 23. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA.b4 es'A '1I" c. "lIHIr"m PAGE FIVE w

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an able worker and very industrious REGISTRATION NOTICE miles of Starke. Partly improved.

and prosperity will be sure to overtake The Newcomer Would consider auto. Box 275. ,

him. Notice is hereby given that the registration Starker Ma. '7-9-tf. 4 /

Bits of LocalInformation books of Bradford county ,

Mrs. Jack Briggs and sons, of Jacksonville will be open at the court house in FOR SALE-One pair good mules
are at Kingsley lake ,'I.ltlnlftrs. fOop-Kt Ills, \? 1I'.. ;ru Starke on Monday, Fridays and Saturdays and good heavy double wagon! Hen. "

) W. II C. E. between the hours otI\ a. m. ..
Barrett and Mrs. The rotund suave proprt. sonable for cash. J. . Bennett,
Ahcarn, who are comfortably locatedat Argyle house at Afton reversed the and 12 m. and 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., front Lake Butler Fla. 6-18-tf

one of the Canova cottages hotel register ns the morning train the first Monday in August until the
C..r..p./.. r..4. a./.I second Saturday in October for the
brought In a lIe FOR SALE-Ford Roadster, with extras -
? -I" M. c:._.. T_ solitary guest was registration'of elector
A few years ago we used to Ring, a young man and he would have beena perfect condition, at a bargain:
"Everybody Works But Father. Nowit puzzle to most observers. Ilia nose C. A. KNIGHT. :Mn. Alice Langfoid, Alachua, 1 la.

.... ---- seems that father is about the only bore a deep dent and was fracturedat Supervisor of Registration for Bradford 7-23-3U
one 'who works. Father should the center, and the rest of the face County, Florida. 7J2t:
Tubs at Bryan's.L Mrs. .
Wash O. J. Griffin. - ton
make son work or else quit feeding<< was marked here mid there with scars LOST-Flat gold bracelet, Inscribed
him II* was bronred as though from excessive Ancil \Vainwrlght who has chargeof inside with "John to Dorothy.
C. Powell was.a. business to Jacksonville Powell & Powell have lately ehip- exposure: one hand he moved the cxpvss office here while Mr. Loot on July 6th. $5 reward if re"r

Monday., .pod several carloads of spirits of turpentine Mr.:: and Mrs C. A Rowand spent ID a slow, laborious way, as thoughIt Hoffman IN off on a ,vacation had the turned to Mrs Thornton, Tenth and ;
and rosin. was hurt or Miff from some recent novel experience Tuesday of having Cherry Streets. 'T232tCROSS r
the first of the week in Starke. Theywere
J. M. Brownlee -was in Jacksonville on their from the North, Injury. There was a half dragging more money than ho could "tote." ,
way
Monday on business. A. Williard, a former citizen of 'which they had been visiting friends limp to one limb. The banks that day made heavy shipments TIE CUTTERS-Writa for
Starke now residing in Jacksonville, The new guest rested two worn va of silver, and the stout canvas
to Lakeland where Mr. Rowand is in prices and ship ties of all J
Cooper & Snellgrove have shipped visited friends. here last week. the business. Use on the desk and wrote his name grip nearly full of coin bags required grades to Gress Manufacturing your Co.
a carload of lath this week.A garage Bentley Wood," In clear, forcible lip- two strong men to carry from the express ,
Jacksonville Florida. !!
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Andrews of Lewis Hoffman, of Jacksonville, is pearing letters. At that Jnt>cs hell office to the express car Reside 3.5.20.1yr't
of Durbin Duval the hotel keeper, reached toward the the silver there two ;
large acreage sweet potatoeshas county, visited relatives his Mrs. J. R. Davis, were large
visiting aunt
: been planted in this section in Starke last week. : has letter cane and drew thence a Bottled coin bags full of green backs LOST-One gold watch, 17 jeweled .J;
tt Kingtley lake. LewIs just returned '
envelope "That Is for you I reckon" Elgin mo.t'ment.1'111.1 dial Arabic j

20 per cent off Men's Straw Hats Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Humphrey, of to the United merchant States from to Belgium a- he said. ""' "lttllK for you since. day District Farm Demonstration Agent figures. Lost between Midway and) '
trip on board a ship
et Alvarez & Graham. Whitehouse, are back in Starke on a and France. before yesterday. Any particular floor II. G. Clayton, of Gainesville, and O. Nubo school houses. Finder returnto ,
visit. yon favor A, Martini, agricultural developmentagent E. R. Poppell and get reward I.

nickels, kids, for the The newiwner run his! eye rapidly of the S. A. L,
Save up your Roman chariot races presented by Hallway, will be bUll".f.f
written looked considerably FOR SALE-If you want a new !
A full line of Enamel and Tinwareat over a paeo. in Starke
merrygoround.Pine the Florida Amusement Co in Starke Saturday, July 24. to moot(
Bryan' discomposed, and said : elf you in special session! with the gy, runabout or berry wagon sec
Farmers
next week. You can ride or drive, all had asked me that before I read this Union me. II. M. Snyder, Agent for urea
Black to discuss
Tree Taffeta, Navy and ways and means of
for a nickel. I would hare said best. Carriage Co., at Jones Hardware
letter 'your
Hal Maines of Lake storing and
at Morgan's, $2.25 a yard. Butler. Is marketing sweet potatoes
'spending the week in As It Is-your cheapest. I expectedto : Store. 7-23-4t.<<
Starke
guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Traxler returned
have employer meet me her
Miss Eva Epperson is at Kingsleylake 'Hollia Knight. Monday from Gainesville. They tomorrow.my I find he Isn't due for a CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING FOR SALE HO-acrt farm 2 miles

visiting Mre. H. L. Brownlee. were accompanied home by the Misses rant of Starke:: 20 to 25 under
I
Crowds of week. am very short ot..money untIl FOR ; acres
people will be in Starke SALF-Klolld'kl.
Ora Hiatt and Mabel Perry, two strawberry cultivation 5-room house small
he does Will trust
come. mf\ ; ;
A small line of Notions and Dry all next week to enjoy the clean and charming young ladies, who will awaiting that There Is yon my buftfrngst 7-16-21 plants *J. M. Norman, Lawtey, Fla. tenant house. Land. first class s '

Goods at Bran'a.Merrygoround. the cheap crowds.amusements offered. Follow spend a few days here. and It Is quite tuluuble." Price flfiOO. J. W. Green Starke,

Jabes\ Hall dlr cted a probing[ glanc FOR SALE--Shawberrv! .a Fla. 7-16-2t
coming T When ? plI n .
The Telegraph has had the pleasure af the young mnri. Something In the
Monday. Rides for all. Auto tope, cushions and seat cov- to taste a sample of apples froma frank, clear way In which he spokeconveyed Klondyke and Missionary O. C.Cason FOlfSALK-In town of Ilrooker, ono r

ers made to order at M. Leviton's tree on the farm of Robert Wynn, a favorable. Impre-slon. Starke, Fla. Jt a large, practically new, two story

N. Sternberg "'pentTue in Starke, Fla. 7-23-tf near Hampton. The. apples, thoughnot "Sure' I will," Tie answered simply FOR RENT-Apartment for light bungalow; suitable for large family .

Jacksonville. fully ripe, were sweet and well "Thank you" nodded Bentley Wood, housekeeping, with nil modern con ; has been used for boardinghouse \'
Mr. and :airs C. V. Simpson and flavored who comprehended that the blg-tieart- veniences furnished or unfurnished Two lots, bearing fruit trees I '

A eon was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. children, of Gainesville, drove over ed bonlface had noted that h* was In Phone 42, Starke, Fla. 7-lC-8t. and located near good school.! Bargain

E Jordan, Monday, the 19th inet. Sunday and spent the. day at the homeof At a meeting; of the school trustees no condition for climbing stairs. Then for cash or terms Miss C. M.
)Mr. and Mrs \...m. Edwards. Fii-R SALE-40 Lewis, lime 47, Itrooker Fla. 7-1C-2
held Monday morning it was decidedto he consulted a memorandum book and acres, one and half ;

Mrs. Paul E. Canova spent Tuesdayin change the date for opening the asked : "Is there H family named Eisner : If'.'1

Jacksonville with relatives. Gingham, 20c at Stumps; Percales, Fall term to Monday, September lath In the owllr' ,:.

25c at Stump's, checked homespun, The first few days in September are "Oh. yes," F.i''ii* the ready reply J

Biggest, finest merry-go-round ev- 25c at Stump's. usually so warm that the trustees "You mean Judge: Tinner's family for

er seen in Starke will come here Monday thought it best to make the change: they are' the only one of that name
E. E. Canova and family, S. R. hereabouts. The judge' Is dead, but

Johns and family, H. L. Brownlee and Jar Tops and Jar Rubbers, all kinds bis widow< and MH! Hlsner are at the New Meat Market

Mies Iris Epperson is at Kingsley family are spending several weeks at at Bryan's. old home. She Is sister to Lieut. ,

lake visiting Miss Audrey Johns. Kingsley lake. Mark Pinner who' was killed at Chateau .

There will be music in the air in Thierry oversea They live at

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams spent Swift and gentle horses for hire at Starke all next week It culls you the end of this street, last house, and ,

the first of the week in Jacksonville, the merry-go-round. Let 'em go. They to the merry-go-round. Have a ride 8 large on.'ou can't. miss It. Pan,
will take you back to the starting and be happy. take the gentli'innn's luggage up to We wish to announce to the public

Mrs. E. L. Jordan, of OviE'do. is point. room twenty-one." that have Meat Mar-
The. gut-si strolled about the lobby: we opened a
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. J. Griffin. The latest of the improvements
Mrs. George Marks who has been constantly added to F. L. Turner's for a time, tI"1II the public ket in the building next door to Grif-

Mrs. Wm. C. Powell spent Mon. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. drug and cold drink business Is a heavy square, und If he was Interested ID
day in Jacksonville. M. Darby, returned Sunday to her lineoleum covering for the floor. the Eisner family he did not call upon fin & Johns' store on Call street.//

home in Daytona. This is of the "tile" pattern and adds them Hint day After he had returnedto

The Florida Amusement Co. will be greatly to the appearance of the store. the hotel the porter Pan approached We inted to carry at all times the
here Monday and stay the week Plenty Supt. and Mrs E. R. Poppell and : Some stylish new showcases have also his employer' with a curious prpresslon

of"fun. ...M* -- *-.* ...- .. ,.. children were visitors lust week in I been added. upon his his dusky, grinning best meats that can be had, and we 1
Lake Butler, at the home of Mr. and I face.

A full line of Hay and Grain at !Mrs. H. Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe D. McLane "Boss," he suld. "I happened to take solicit a share of your patronage

competing prices at Bryan's. spent several days the past week at a pitcher of water up to twenty-one\
in and will
Mrs J. C. Diggs, who is attendingthe Kingsley lake with the house party and that new customer' had one (of his Royal George charge give your

Dr. E. L. Biggs spent Friday in University summer school at who are staying. at the Peek and Yarborough suit cases unpacked. Bless you, If Ievt' orders prompt attention. hone No 33. whenwe
Gainesville, spent the week-end herewith t saw such contraptions" before.
Jacksonville on a business trip.A. cottage Marcus" Brown, of
There were knives and bayonets, and can serve you.CONE.
her husband and daughters.The Lawtey, and Miss Blanton, of Jacksonville
helmets, and bomliHhells and a lot of
M. Williams"", a genial citizen of also were guests' last Sunday "
Hampton, had businea", sin Starke' Sat. : cheapest and pleusantest round nt this house party.RubMyTism war medals .
"H'ml" responded Jabei thought
urday. trips you ever made can be had on
the merry-go-round in Starke Mon- Is a great pain killer fully.

20 per cent discount on Women's day and following days.Br'an It[ relievcea pain and soreness caused That phase, of the situation wens also & SAPP
and then Irritant to Puke
by Rheumatism a puzzle, nn
Neuralgia, Sprains
Dress "
Shoes. Alvarez & Graham. t
Burson. The latter had brim a -
keeps Nails, Files, Hinges There will be nothing but good' lit- regular
tle boys in Starke next week. It takesa but unwelcome cutler upon Wanda. i
Plenty of clean amusement for old
I Elnner before news of the death ofher
and R. A. Greene nominated county good boy to get a nickel for the
young all next week. Don't fail brother had reached her." Hlnce
to come to Starke. .;(,uge, was in Jacksonville Friday merry-go-round.: then she and her mother had practl
and much enjoyed the fine political -
closed. the house of mOllrnln.aj1nlll..t .
Mr. Hardce and others Gingham 25c at Stumps. Bally e
speeches by ,
Little and big, old and young; will vlKltors. Burson trained witha ',I
Percales 25c at Stump'e.Checked .
find amusement to please them in loud and reckless group. The mysterious
'
Starke Mrs. Charles Chalker, who has been : Homespun, 2Cc at Stump's.KAironn .
all week.
next And
BO cheap. stranger troubled him. nettled f
spending several weeks with her
par. hint It aroused his Jealousy to din
Col. Stroud is known far and wide ents Mr and Mrs A. M. Darby, left I cover a possible rlvnt. The Right BankEvery
last'w'ek for her home in Rockford I, I .
as an amusement man. Starke will In his shallow way" Burson perpetrated
111. Raiford, July 23.-Dr. A. J. Johnson
be his headquarters for next week. a mean revenue.. He bud nnI
returned home after
Monday a and Aftun
artist friend one morning
Mrs.Alma McMillan and little sonspent Mrs. Henry Freeman and littledaughter few days stay in Ft. Pierce I I awoke to find the bulletin board near
,
Barbara Louise of Savannah R. W. Sweat spent the week-end In
Sunday in Jacksonville with the port omdlsflgured with in et-
Mrs. E. C. Scott. Ga., are visiting Dr. and Mrs town with his family. HKgcrstcd travesty ridiculing Bentley man should have a banking connection 4 4no i

A. H. Freeman at their Kingsley lake Herbert Ritch, of Starke, was in Wood. It depleted a figure with a d<"- matter what his business the amount of ,1'

Fertilizer and Feed, Cotton Seed cottage. town Sunday. formed nose a shortened arm find a
his income the wealth he
Meal at Bryan's. Ovid Brooks, of Jacksonville, was twisted foot. Everybody recognized or may pOIlM'IIII.
Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner returned visiting friends here last week-end. tlio caricature, but few smiled at It

home Saturday after a 10 days visitin Services were held Sunday morning I Bnrson and his gloating friend.
L. II. Underhill is a public benefactor except At the Bank of Starke you are always wel-
with her daughters, Mrs.Z. and evening at the Baptist church
Hastings
He supplies the Starke mar | A week later the town woke up to
ket with new sweet potatoes. J. Roberts and :Mrs.: W. S, Yelvington by Rev. Proctor, of Lake Butler. a decided sensation. There WB new come and will find the kind of bank service
and her little grandson, William Evelyn Luck of Green Cove, is the
arrival at the Argyl house, HenatorI need l to conserve cash capital, to
you your
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, Owen Gardiner Yelvington. guest. of Sadie Simmons. I I John Humphrey, and the local r.np..rallnoun..t'll
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visited Mrs. J. F. Kickliter last weekat Katie Lou Denmark, of Statcsboro; that under the auspices of handle your income and outgo in a satisfactory
Prancing horses leaping frogs, Ga., is the guest of Perla Whitt'n, a notable literary bureau, he would
Kingsley lake.Strengthen (forward business
to plans.If
running roosters, Roman chariots Herbert Ritrh and Evelyn Luck, deliver a lecture on the war abroad.. manner, carry your .

you can ride them for a nickel when Ovid Brooks and Sadie Simmons were And Duke Burxon. passing' the old

the merry-go-round your head next by week.riding Rec.on the merry-go-round comes Monday. visitors to Lake Duller Sunday after I bulletin board the! next: morning, stood you will study this institution--.its policies,
noon. and shamed. The carlra-
ommended by eminent physicians The Epworth League had an enjoyable Pel'la Whitten Katie Lou Denmark spellbound ture of Bentley Wood had been un- aims, assets and management---you will know .'*

Miss Lena Hough has returned froma picnic Wednesday evening; of lout Gladys and Thflma Brown; An- heeded. Beside< It was a two sheet why a constantly increasing number of people
week at Kingsley lake. The party na Mae Anderson, Helen NalJnll'ht.MamiE' placard bearing a photograph of Bent.
her trip to Dunnellon where she visited went to Peek's landing and for amusement Denmark Earl and Walter I", Wood, and announcing that he, a in all walks of life are recognizing the
aunt, )Ira. F. W.
Hough. had boating swimming and an Whitten, Shepard Moore, Avery Tisori hero of Chateau Thierry, would tell strength and safely of this Bank by openingand J
appetizing supper. Dan Johnson Carlos Jones Alphonso his story of valor an preen Mrs. Elizabeth King, of Bowling Jones Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Apdrews, \, htbtt relics of that world noted tattle maintaining their account here. x ,

brother came' Tuesday to visit her Overalls and Pin Check Pants at Mrs Georgia Denmark Sinclair Bryan crisis. f i 1
:. A. Mixon.Men' ( A
'' Bryan's. Mrs. W. II. Raiford were visitors I And then a romance percolated] .
to Kingslcy lake Thursday afternoon. through persistent local gossip Bent ;t {

Underwear .t Bryan's. Pete Canova, a student at the summer Thursday afternoon S. W. Smith \ ley Wood had hen the close rornrarle I ." I, "

school University of Florida, went into A. D. Andrews store and of Lieutenant Clatter' abroad. lie had 'I
E. S. Matthew and family have Gainesville, spent the week-end in railed for a left-hand monkey wrench. hewn with him when he died had I

gone out to th{ir Kingslev lake cottage Starke with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Hi! was informed by Rance Andrews Drought troth him a last message. to Bank of StarkeI:

to spend several weeks F. Canova. that they, did not keep them bat he his mourning sister, and had heroine .

would find one for him. a "" ...I..m.u..t. at the. Eisner home.
The Right Bank <
Miss Emma Barnes, of Daytona, is Real shoes for women, 20 per cent Ranee Andrews was the week-end I>uke Burson and till" chums slunk ;: '

expected Mrs. to come tomorrow to visit discount. Alvarez & Graham guest of his parents in I.ake Butler out of the lecture hall listening to the E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier
Roscoe D. McLane. I Mr. Manly Luck and Howard Luckof 1, cheers of a fervently patriotic crowd

J. S. Mercer has gone to Plant Green Cove Springs, are visiting two evenings later. perpetrators
20 per cent off Women's Press City to make his future home. He is here this week of the. caricature Insult became known 1- 4
Shoes at Alvarez & Graham. I Mrs. S. M. Morrell and Mrs. C. J. end n union und his' accomplices werestrictly '

Jones left Sunday morning for South t8trill'(,(!. ,

Col. F. II. Stroud will be In Starke I $100 Reward, $10O Influnr Carolina where they will upend a few In fact Puke BarMin left Afton for
ill Catarrh Is a local dis ss cndtiON week when It was reported that
next week with his merry-go-round I .rl bv constitution *tmint weeks. a GENERAL INSURANCE
:md other attractions. Be sure to o HALLuBeCATAKiiHta ih.DIC1NE. Alphonso Jones Is spending a few when the early sorrow caused by herbrother's
death had abated WanrtaKlttber
me. taken and .ct. though tba days in Jacksonville
I. InternallyUlood .. become the bride of the HAROLD C. WALL
on the "Iu' ou. Surr.ceI of the 8" i I' ---. was to .

Mr-. W. J, Griffin, of Jacksonville I I.m HALL.'S toulI4..lIon CA'l'AIUUI or Ih M/iDICINi':
I""nt thfe week-end With }her sister, I'' d..trOYS.1". the the patl.nt strength by n.proving I Worth an introduction.ITs to glorify' him, In the estimation STARKE FLORIDA ;*
I .r.ll Health and ummlit'* nature In of a true and loving "nnr. I ,
Tt-TQulnla ;; ''gssr-I ." lBiSLar" &f well to know one's own mind, .
The tread than
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has Dos Attest -- -----f ----- FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
j tat It's at least ennnlly Important to ,
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r uof In l LAXAUE MEDICINE fslls to rur ,
bROMO QI INTNEdtab'eu) be uk-n Pruttl.t. 7be. Testimonials hew have a mimi. 't' r'!1. gettingwith. ; 1I..l1l1lnt'i The. hog may k a squealer but he
In L! .nycn" without .....lnOl, ixrvounn-M rlniliD' r. j. Cheney ft Co.. ToUSo. OhiO.I i .' -I l. '? T'I'w[ ..... seldom give anything away.
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i PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY J'EUGIl.APB. STARK E. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 2J, H2 .

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THERESSA their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall.

Mrs. C. A. Youngblood was shopping -

I Tberessa, July z ,-c. M. Bennett in Hampton Monday.

returned with hu family from Miami !

last week and expects to make Theresa HIGHLAND r

his home.
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Ben Hall who has been employedwith Highland July 23.-,Jesse Carter of That

the Osceola Cypress Companyat Jacksonville was greeting old friends Ride on Goodyear Tires in .i.ii

Bridgend. came home Tuesday to here Thursday and Friday. )fro Car- .

spend a few dayi with his parents' ter was. a resident here several years
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Mr. and Mr*. M. Hall.
r'' Mini Estelle Woodard left Saturdayfor ago.Mrs.. W. R. Wimberly) left Friday

; ; while.Bridjrend where she will spend a week's for her stay home here in with Madison relatives after She a Sturdy Small Car of Yours I : ;


3! j Mri. D. J. Phillips and children was accompanied as far as Baldwinby "

1 pent a week at Middleburg with her i H. C. Wimberly, Jr. f.
T mother. I Mrs. A. J. Rowe. and Miss Edna

i Sheriff Epper on, cf Starke, was. a Hargroves returned Wednesday froma

visitor here Wednesday. visit with relative. in Jacksonville. It surprises certain users of small cars to find

i Mn. R. R. Burrows and little son, S. J. Starling left Saturday for Mc-

+ Willie Clyde of Starke spent a few Clenny where he was' called by the that they can obtain Goodyear Tires at a first i
serious illness! of his brother, Abe
G days here last week with Tier titter I >

Mrs. S. B. Woodard. Starling.Rev. t, cost ordinarily not greater, and sometimes less, t tl
; James Strickland filled hi.
i, Mrs. Chas. Cox cf Miami, arrived
:' .' here Friday for a visit with her mother appointment near Macclenny Saturday o than that of other tires. i

I, << Mrs. Jno. Phillips and Sunday. 0 lit
Glenn Crews, of Columbia, S. C.,
Miss Stella Cloversettle returned on
; Friday to Grandin after a pleasant arrived Wednesday for a visit with This initial value, as well as the very low final J foI ?

visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ''his .parent, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. I'

Fred Cloversettle. I Crews. cost, results from, the application of Goodyear t :

L' A. Sullivan has returned to his Misses Ethel and Lillie Gnffis were I .x

home here after visiting his daughter, shopping in Lawtey Saturday. experience and care to their manufacture in.
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Mrs. Hardee cf Otter Creek. Rev T. M. Carter, of Rideout filled

Mr. Warren, and Vance Hues, of hi. regular!: appointment at the Highland I p ;,I;, the world's largest tire factory devoted to 30x3-, t : S

Sunday.Brooker, were visitors in Theressa Sunday.Baptist church Saturday and 30 x 3t/ and 31 x flinch st es. a ,

1 Mrs. Fred Clover ettl and children, I Mr. Carruthers, of Jacksonville j

Bessie Grandin and Frid.Herbert,.. were' visitors to "I! spent Parker Sunday at the home of G. W. [ a ,, / Such facts explain why more cars, using these I i !


J. L. King and son, Kyle, visited '. M. L. Crews, of Raiford, spent the t I sizes were 'factory. equipped year with t

Pd I Palatka Sunday. weekend here with relatives. and S

J. P. Padgett and children, ley, El- friends. + 'll Goodyear Tires than with other kind.
Mrs. H. C. Miss Wini- : any I II
1 more and Theo, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wimberlcy, ::1
' A ; Jim Koon of W.Jdo. Sunday. I fred Wimberly and Miss Ethel Ricks t f()

r : 8. R. Swindel and children Sam '. were shopping in Jacksonville Mon- If you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, or

MI 4 and Gertie, were guests of Mr. and day.Mr. ; +
? Mrs. E. Smi'th. of Gainesville, Fri and Mrs. Hardy Padgett and I I Dort take advantage of the opportunity to
daughter: were business visitors to
i d.y.
'y 4 UIlJSJ[ Lawtey. Monday. I'1' real value and
: enjoy Goodyear economy; equip
I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. King, Jr.. left + .-. l

''h 1+ Sunday several for Daytona' days. where they willapend "How I Cleared the Mill of Rata. By .it.i k CI' your car with Goodyear Tires and Heavy

I J. Tftcker. R. LAs
tip'I Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Neal] were ahoy Tourist Tubes the Service Station.
f k ping In Starke Saturday night watchman believe I have at nearest
seen more rats than any man. Dogswouldn't
1 H. 8. Roebuck, of Brooklyn, was a /4
dare go: near them. Got $1
visitor to our town Sunday. peg of RAT-SNAP inside of 6 week M
v Mrs. G. M. Bennett and children left -
cleared them all out. Killed them by ,
Friday for Raiford where will 1
d they '
the
score every night. Guess the rest i
spend several days visiting her moth: were acared away. Ill never be without _
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RAT-SNAP. Three sizes 26e
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Chas. Phillips, of New River Is vie i __ __
50e $1. Sold and guaranteed by De- I
N sting relatives and friends
here.
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Witt C. Jone. and Mitchell' Drug
Sam Swindel left Sunday for Dun, Store.

p nellon. where he expects to spend a t .

t while. | We are proud of the confidence doctors sox 3s, Huodyear Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes eon no more than the pets
Miss Florence Hall and brother '
.,, Docabt..c$2350
druggists and the public have 1 in .
Fabric. All- fee tubes of lea risk
naked to merit-wby ooetly
William of Waldo, spent Sunday with> 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. -Adv. you are pay
S CMinB wh" such ""* protecdaa I. available
3031,4 Goodyear n.1&Cure a.5O
n, - Fabric: Antl-Skul sJ . > 1- 30 x 3 V4 ill* in waterproof bag____.___.-. $450


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GRAHAM Charley Smith and family spent Rub-My-Tism is f a powerful antiseptic charged u admlnlatratort of the estate of C.f .
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Sunday at Ziff, guests of Mr. and ; it kills the poison caused from infected ''f D Abernathy.. deaaag4. *ll
Thla the 2Hth June A. T>. 11120.I .
day of
JY I Graham, July 23.-Mrs. Alvin McKinney Mrs. Alex Riley and while there witnessed cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc. I!1 O J. ABERNATHY..

spent! the week-end with her the marriage! of Willie Brown -Adv. i 1 MRS.: ALVA ABERNATHY.Admlnuitraton .
of the D. Aber.natty
Estate of E.
parents at Brooker. and Miss Mary Riley. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN BALE DeeeuetL18..11.,
Bobby Surrency returned to Tampa Thirty dan after date hereof I, the under
Mr. of call.
Walker
Hastings was
signed Guardian of Lola Parrtsh and MatthewParrlsh.
I Monday. ed to the bedside of his daughter minor heirs of Matthew. I'.rr..h.will PETITION the undersigned FOR ,AN hereby ELECTIONWe petition the

ff't Mrs. Esta McKinney has been visiting Florence who has typhoid fever. Her' deceased, apply\ to the Honorable Geo. A. Honorable Board of Public Instruction of
her r'ater Maud) Roberts, i in many friends wish her a speedy recov Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford County.Florida Bradford County Florida, for an election to
for an order to sell, at private saleth be held at Rrannen school house on SaturdayJuly ',
Gainesville. one-ninth undivided Interest each of said 17. 1820 to decide whether a >ab-.cbool
ery.L. minors in and to the following described lands district hall be "'tablbhed.0 be formed of
!Messrs. and Bob bur. G. Beery business visitor
Geiger Barry was a situate in Bradford County. Florida to-witf the following territory and to be known atBrannen
t rency motored to the county seat on I to Gainesville Friday. Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter 8ub- ehool District No. ._.. to wit
Monday. Miss Ruth Smith who is attendingthe and Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter Section 1>. 11>. 5 South, Range Id E.I t Srftlona
>. Bertion 1121 and Northwest Quarter of North R. 0. 17 end 18. 11>. 5 8.. Range 20 E.
rt- John Surrency was a business visitor normal at Gainesville, spent the rut Quarter. Seetion 1191) Township tel.l Alan that the following be appointed manafrfn
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to Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. week-end with her parents. Range till). containing 120 acne, more. or at the pad election to-wit t J. L. V.mi..
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I Also three
acrea In the Northeast corner Madison Moore P, P. XeresP.
' and Mrs. Loudholti and eon, ol Messrs. Math Waadin, W. H. Cur- of Northeast Quarter Section Ilt7 Town- P. Sera J. N. Moon M. L. Add< !.B.,
" Ft. Meade, spent Friday at the homeof ney Tom Mills and Jake Roberts visIted shin (61., Range IV. J. B. Downng, J. F. 0,..... K. H. Taylor
, Thie the tied day of July 1820. J. L. Varnea, petitioner.154t1741
Mr. and Mn. C. B. Roberts. the. county seat Wednesday MRS. MOLLIE PARRISR. ,
1 IIr.L Mrs. Maude children Guardian for Lola and Matthew I
Surrency and Miss Ruby Pinn returned to her Parruih. Mlpun . NOTICE TO DEBTORS AM CREDITORS
are visiting relatives at Brooker. 7:2545.20.NOTICE I All persona Indebted the state of Mn.
home in Jacksonville Wednes
South
Mrs. Jesse Maines Julia A. Wamright. late of Bradford county'
/ Mary Spark I
OF APPLICATION Florida, deceased, are requested" to cay their
l'i. j and Miss Marcia Turner, of Mounte- day.Mr. UNDER SECTION 878 FOR OP.TAX DEED said dcbta forthwith, and all peraona having
THE
: ocha, were business visitors here Fri and Mrs. J. D. Kirk and wife GENERAL STATUTES I I claima saint Bald eetate hall flic the aanu '
i. '- day spent Wednesday in Gainesville. Notice t la hereby given' that N. D. Wynn. 1, duly authenticated, witk the undenlgntd Admlnbtrator -
-like 9 imnhater of Tax Cert ideal. No within one year hereof, or theywill
I. L. Ogden was a visitor to Hampton 100. dated .
O. W. Dyal and son, Irvin were business th. 2nd day of July A. D. 1817. has filed be forever hewed.This .
visitors to Starke Thursday. Saturday. laid certificate In my office and has made ai>- i 4th day of June, 1920.

t orange ( Mrs. R. S. Wasdin is back after T. W. Wasdin and family, of Wai- with vllcation law.for Said tax certificate deed to luue emb.la....accordance. the fol .S-4-91-7-80. J. F. KICKLTTER.Administrator.l .

spending several days with her parents do, spent Sunday .t the home of lowing deacnbed property, situated In Brad- l
at Macclenny.Mrs. Chesley Fogg.Miss ford county Florida, to-witt NOTICE OF ELECTION: ,
Southwest Quarter i. Northwest. Quarts .I n.he power. rested In them. fey the School ,
Sam Pons, of Mounteocha, was' Minnie Dowling visited her Sec. 29' Tp.\ .. 8. R E.. .0 ....... The Lawe of the State of Florida, the Board. of r
shopping here Friday. laid land being aweaaed at the. date of the. t.- Public Instruction of Bradford County hereby
brother of
i Earney, Hampton Sunday. .uans or such order V..- .
.rtilleate In the D.... of A. an .1relon0 be held In .
------. C. B. Roberts, Jake and wife, and L Wynn E tate. i dVrtllt Special Sub School District No. K.
little son spent Sunday in Guilford. .. Un..... laid' rtlll..te' .hall be redeemed on Saturday, July 24. 1920. for the purpose J,
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ASPIRINName aerordln to law.. tarn deed will l..ue thereon of elecfng, three trustees and .to d.termiaethe '
OWGEcRusH Mra. R. N. Dowling of Ziff, spent on the "th day of *".".\, A. D. 1920. amount of mill_. to be .........
Wednesday with Mrs. I. L. Ogden. ..k."F offl..1' l aigtiatare and seal.1h" For the purpose of holding the said elec
t. day of July A. D. 1iZO. lion the following managers have been appointed ,
w Mrs Alfred McKinney and granddaughter T. WEEKS. i F. M. Norman, R. M. Alva_, W.
Lois Moody, spent the weekend Clerk. Circuit Court Bradford Connt,.. Florida. F. Harnage. '
"Bayer" on Genuine with relatives at New River.A l-ie-of-H.lSeaI'> B, C. A. KNIGHT. Chairman Board Public Instruction POWELL. Bradford (

crowd of young folk. enjoyed a : _Deputy Cl.r. County Florida.
swim at Santa Fe lake Sunday after Attest
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NOTICE I I E. R POPPELL. ,i
noon. JJL.. bard of "nntywmralaeionere' will meet Co. Supt. and Bec>. a-2.-a 9at J
"t court haw
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Miss Blanche Clyatt, of Micanopy, Int Monday lu A lW1'8tarke.t...*PlorMa same ,hem the-, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DUD
t will lecture on Christian Endeavor ho tnd day of .. month tor the purpose UNDER SECTION S7I OF THE
Ukea t, ofl r of hearing romplainta from owner ... .. GENERAL STATUTES
rvere the wrttt at sundown work here August 1st. All membersespecially of orAltMItt
(fl any sal o. personal property the vain. Notice la hereby pivfn that T. F. Rlter*.
iitit Ward' Oi .. \I.II-! .
npc-C. invited. ot which harp Men .ha..... by said bard., purchased of Tax Certificate No. 24. died
bubbling. and epar; ..lln:t witl&O r0 wife and the 2nd day of July D. has filed
mother 1811.
Lacy Wynn of K
-ranl!"I' L..i..u..,,,.,.-,. ... ....d Chairman Bard ot CoCunt. RCornmYatoners. said eertlneau in my office and has mad. '
I n-f..h..1 1 rI"ic.cid..ter Starke, spent Sunday afternoon with Bradford County. FJonda. application for tax deed to .bp... In afcnrdanee -
; WardeLm ,,,.t.-.1' _otr. t Mr. and Mrs. Will McIver. with law Said urtlllcate embraen toofollowing .
W. '
4 II W t\ t j.R, },'. I'moJ". rC'.u, 10. . al of Salicylicacld.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. E. T, Stewart and T.Clerk WEEKS.and Auditor. '-11-1\.7.10. ford County described Florida property toritl situated In Una--

d.'uHcf.t'I.! : ; .> "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is son, Paul of Brooker, visited here West Half of 1.0.0 In T. R. Ttekle'a\ lot '
. genuine -
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1'h.. \ :1u. \..\" .. I ,C'O'",. It r.A Aspirin Sunday. NOTICE OF ELECTION addition to Lake Butler Die paid land btltuTaoaniaed
: t4tit,' tner kn.ii? iU.1,1... Cu '. 4: proved safe by million. Melvin Dy the po_. voted In thom at the. date of the Issuance cf. rust
with 4...t .U||'
? : 1 1" (the ".....rool! ttwiJl cf ...iirujin ''\.. .'. twenty years Accept only an unbroken home of J. C. Barry. order Piibh. Instruction of Bradford "cran Board,. ho"b of Unless, said to law certificate tax deed shall will Issue bo ndesmdpeoordn the.....* '
.n elution'
Frank is the \0 be
Reynolds held
t' ; "Bayer" package which contains spending slat Su......_. O"trleNo. In Brookes S_ on the ISth day of July. A. D. 1820. t
bottles/ or t.t 7"M proper direction. to relieve the week with his sister, Daisy-at Lulu. August I.. 1820. for the 011 llatardal''. Witness my official signature and seal the J''\

I ........ Headache, three trustees ..nd0 "lennln.purpose of electing the slat day of .ru.... A. D. mo (".
the
by Oraaga-Cmeh Co.! CUereo Toothache Earache Neuralgia. BAPTIST ot m\1la.\ 10 be -.J. amount W. T. WEEKS. I'L,
I'I Rheumatism, Colds and Pain. For the Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Co., r2OMs '41.\,. \
Handy tin boxes the purpose of. boldlne said eleetlnn. / B, c. A" KNIGHT.
of 12 tablet. following ,
''j cost few
STARKE BOTTLING WORKS nanagna haes been 1-.11-1.:11.: Clerk
Y anpolnt.t (Heap
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i a1f9 kp cent. Druggists also sell larger 10 a. m., Sunday school. J. J. Mogan. H. 1'. Gains, A. A. Rasa. ,
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packages. Aspirin I Is trade Chairman Board of Public ln.ttructba NOTICE: OF FINAL DISCHARGE .,1y'
.. marked Bayer Manufacture Monacet- the young: people. ford County. Florida. B..d. Notice la hereby given that sixty dsy. > \!,
7 p. m., B. Y. P. U. service Attent fE frnm. the fleet publication hereof I will prc l'

Tr s.,9. > t ',h ? Qr 9d'nONr : 666 has more imitations than any 8 p. m., Rev. E. C. Saunders speak. R.Co.POPPELL SuP" and Bevy, 7-H-6M-U .rlorida.. .n.0 the my! County final Judge accounts of Bradford and "oa..f County. '\ \ .

other Chill and Fever Tonic on the er. the estate of J. W. Norman late of Bradfor 4:
market, but no one wants Imitation. BLANCHARD D. LAW, Two NOTICE 0. FINAL DlsCRARGfI- : county, deceased, and apply lot the approvaladministrator. J!"14

They[ .re, dangerous things in the med- Pastor I sent our month..oac." ..after.. and date final hereof rta 1 will ..._ This, IRth day. of June 1HO. '1: "1
r Icine line.-Adv. ..- HoD. Geo. A. G.rdins. County seadbel Jud.\0 the J. E. NORMAN. '\

Bradford County, Florida., and uk to be d..ot.. Administrator m.n.ad.of. .the Estate of J.t-ll-It-S-ll W. Nor' ";'..t.I

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FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1120. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE." FLORIDA. PACE THREE

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.t E. E. Burney was transacting bui-

of Florida in Short Paragraph mess in Jacksonville Monday
James Thomas, of Baldwin
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rLit I visitor to Lawtey Saturday. ,
: J. W. Barber and family spent Sun- ;
State day with ll niB'j
l. J News l James Godwin relatives Harold in Macclenny.Pearce and I ei r1 ..r

------ --- ---- -- -.. Wilmot Brown were'visitors to Jack.

Told by Our Exchanges. sonville Friday. :
( Rev. J. C. Diggs of Starke. filled his Tbu

--- - I Friday.appointment at the Methodist church can stop reading'emBILL. t

Key West cigar factoriea turned out thousand dollars worth of valuables. W. H. Burt business 4
was a visitor
nearly eight million cigar during the He was sentenced to six years at the to Starke Monday. ). .\
month of June.Jacksonville prison farm later leased TOLD AND HC .... /
and to a road Rev/ E. D. Boyer filled his regular .m*. bought ft .

became the home port his construction get-away.company, where be made appointment at the Baptist church HE HAD'a good Jok* OP THESE e cigarette .!t / ; '

steamship line Wednesday j I Sunday. A large attendance was reoI ,
of another >L :01.-!
of the Jacksonville- I|I ported. Nine new members were add. / ( ON THE maker. AND I asked him. !
with the opening Bernice E. Larmon, recently con- ed to the church. at the morning ser i7 t ,
Nassau line. victed in the circuit court at Tallahassee vice. OP A well.known brand. "WHERE'S THE Joke Blllf" ./ ..l
for second degree murder succeeded . . a i' '
A total of 103,274 cattle were dip Saturday afternoon in making I PINE HILL OF CIGARETTES. AND BILL mild. .' \
.
.
ped in Florida during June accordingto bond of $12,000 pending the hearing /
report of E. M. Nighbert inspectorin LAST NIGHT Bill .&1... "WHY THE darn fool. '
of his
appeal to the Supreme court. Pine Hill July 23.-Mrs. I. W. Pin e 1
charge. His freedom was of short duration.He holster, of Brooker, was the guest of HE READ aa ad. SPENDING THEIR money* % !
had not more than reached the Mrs. Cone Thursday' . . I ,
of the largest cattle deals .
One ever street when he was arrested by a The little infant of Mr. OP THIS cigarette. PICKING ON mo."
a..d Mrs
in the state was pulled off
recorded deputy sheriff .
on a capias from Ken L.
M.
Gay was sick
several weeks ago at Arcadia by the tucky where he is wanted to stand improving. Saturday but is IN A magasln SO I said "You bought '.__.
Kissimmee Cattle Ranch; 10,000 headof trial a rte
cattle and $310,000 was involved in for breaking and entering. He A. B. Sur..ncy was in .>->oker on IT AID They Satisfy" DIDN'T THEY satUfyn dA
the deal. was.returned- to the cell- to await the Friday ,

coming of an omcer from Kentucky. Messrs. G. W. Colson and W. F. AND THIS morning. AND SILL said 'Ssr* \
Cone e e . K.i i\\
Over five hundred names were secured were in Lake Butler Saturday
IN HIS BUT HERE'S the JoM.
by members of the Woman's Sunday morning at Tallahassee the afternoon. newspaper. .
S 5
i
Club and the American Legion committees local express agent released nineteen Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Godwin and children HE READ "They Sttlafr.- FOR OVER a year.
,in their canvass of Palm homing pigeons at 10:30: o'clock which Rosa and'Wilma, were in Lake e .
Beach for members in the "Fifteencent had been consigned to him by FredM. Butler Sunday. ,. AND ON o billboard I'D ALREADY been amokta*.
Sugar Club." Meng of New Haven, Conn. These B./ O. Colson spent the weekend .
birds are entries in a national race with his family. AND ON a card. THAT BRAND" ;

Due to the Inability of railroadsto being held in New Haven. Others Mrs. A. B. Surrency and childrenwere . ,\ I
were sent from other farms IN THE stmet-rar. ,
to
furnish cars, less than one-half of pointsof shopping in Brooker Saturday
an equal 'distance aa Tallahassee afternoon. admit U, the Joko's on us. +
last year's acreage will be planted to from New Haven. AND IN the dealer' window. WE And over three million other
tomatoes (this season According to Upon being released Jean fiasco and ti
the daughter of Sara. smoker are "In on It" with Rili.K
made
reports made at the annual meetingof then pigeons a half circle and sola, are visiting his brother, G. W AND ON the counter. But the real joke Is on !'
the East Coast growers. sped due northward as straight Hazen this'week.Mr. who looks for "Satisfy" anywhere '
as an arrow and were almost immediately and Mrs. B. O. Colson a HE READ 'Tb r Satisfy." but in Chesterfields the Ch lost to sight. Quite a number chicken gave blend oan't bt eojnxf
Paul Clarke the Palm Beach taxidermist pilau Saturday night for the
witnessed the
is authority for the state- get-away and Tallahas- Misses Willie Mae Oliver/ Iva Colson
ment that crocodiles are becoming almost seeans are hopeful that the birds re.leased and Mana Andreu. A large numberof

extinct in this state and that I here may prove winners. friends were present.

unless some protection is given by LA WTET Among the guests at the home of
law they will soon be a thing of the Mrs. Cone Sunday afternoon were
pa it. Hisses\. Iva Colson, Willie Mae Oliver
Lawtey July 23.-Fred Moore
wasa Pearl and Minnie
Greene Clara
Cone
The watermelon shipments from .John visitor to Jacksonville of Saturday. )Messrs., Evan Hodge, Chester Andreu,
Marr
Highland visiting
Florida this season have been the was Eustis Kelly Dave Greene Ray An-
relatives
,, in Lawtey last week.
heaviest in the of dreu Lee Greene Mr.
history the state. and Mrs. S. V.
Mrs. Thos.
Up to the last of June about 4,000 of Jacksonville E.were Adams visitors and daughter here last Andreu and children of Brooker. IGARE TT ]E

cars rolled northward. The entire week. Coleman Clemons of Mayo and sis.

movement for last year was only 3,800 Mrs. W. H. Miner tel', Mrs. G. C. Mills of Live Oak, who
returned from
have been visiting their
cars. parents Mr. stI
Jacksonville
Saturday where she had
and Mrs. J. E. demons
returned to
-
spent a few days with relatives. 1
The Miami board of health has Increased their homes Wednesday. They were
Mrs. W. E. Torode visitor to .
was a
the bonus accoman' d 1.th err b rother Alvin
on rats to 20 cents Jacksonville last ----
for live ones and 10 cents for dead week. who will visit them for several 1 days I
Mrs L. L. Sapp and little daughter before returning.A. hour when the supper was spread in I I Misses Iva (lodges and sister, Minnie I Starke, were visitors here one day last
Five dollars
one will be paid to '
any Alene I the dining room. All enjoyed themselves are guests of their cousin, "' week
visitors
one bringing in a rat found to be were to Stiirke onFriday B. Surrency and daughter.Vera,
carrying the occasion being the thirteenth Rivera Mr. Canon of New River In
the bubonic plague. This Spent the week-end in the Miller sec- I was
action -
taken the Mrs. Susan Teston was a visitor to tion.: I' anniversary of Miss Starling's Lloyd Clack; was a business our section last week ;,
was following
reportof Starke Thursday.Miss P. M. Barefoot of Brooker birth. to Starke, Friday. Mr. IJluckhuiii of New River attended
a fifth case of plague at Penscola was the I I Odesva of New River y
and cases at other gulf ports. Pearl Bennett, of Jacksonville guest of A. B. Surrency Sunday. I Miss Loinle Thomas returned home tended church Mt-Ivill.hero church hero Sunday'
spent Sunday with relatives andfriends Lee and Fred Greene are spending Saturday from Jacksonville where she I! Sunday.Lois Mr Turner wan. n busines.. visitor
in Lawtey. the week on their father's farm in thin! 1 had spent three weeks with relatives I[ Moody of Alachua spent to Slaike last week. S
Mrs. Warren Whitchurst of Tampa I Miss Mattie Harley has returned section I and friend*. I week-end, here. with relatives (j. W. Sapp awl sun were. visitors
narrowly escaped drowning Tuesday home after spending several days with Mr. Douglass, of Five Mile : frienlia.A to SUiko Tuesday '
,
was aguest i Mr. and( Mrs. Frank Stokes of I
when she beneath sing held at the home of Mr
was pinned a heavy relatives and friends in Ha-itinc and was
of Charlie Cone
truck, which had crashed off a bridge Sunday I Gainesville spent the week-end with I and Mrs. Marion Moody Suruiny ufternoon.
turning turtle as it fell. One of the !ISt.Ed Augustine.Marr of Highland., visitor Dave in Greene and Chester Andreu the latter' parents Mr and Mra. M.I' Bio{ cures Malnitu, Chills and Fever
I was a were Brooker Saturday afternoon.Harley .
first arrivals on the scene held Mrs. here Sunday. Shaw. I Grafton Ailkins hue returned home llilious Fever; CoMH) and LnUrlppe. It
Lucian. Ralph and Emory !Messrs. J. W. kills the parasite. that causes. the fev.
Whitehurst's head above the water, E. E. Burney and family have fazen I Eddy and son, Harry, after spending a week in Jacksonvilln.Mr.
moved \/ in
Brooker .
; were
while other motorists who speedily ... Saturday.Mr. and D. I D Thomas attended church in and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, er It Is a splendid, laxative and gen.
buck from Jacksonville .
and
BIT and Mr.. E. B. Andreu of Ala- I cral tonic.-Adv.
arrived, set to work to raise the truck upying: the Davis cottage in the hua, were guests of Mrs. Cone partif Baker county, near Sanderson, Satur. Stat'ke, passed through our burg Sunday. -- xl
which had fallen on the woman's legs outhern portion of town.11': H-ir- the week. I day and Sunday, I .

ney will ,probably open up n meat J. E. demons was attending to bus. :i !Mrs W. II. Shaw and children Fred I II Ethan; Sapp and father were in

W. A. Jackson received three market and cold drink stand sometime loose in lirooker Saturday morning. I and Ruby, of LaCrosse, spent( lash I It county seat Friday I
wounds and his adversary Harry Cole this week. W. F. Cone was in the New River I week with her parents Mr, and Mrs. : The little son of Mr. and Mrs G
man, escaped unscathed Sunday in a Little Misses Arthurine and Kath- srection Sunday. jj. B. Thomas. i iDon't W Sapp is very 111 at this writing.

pistol duel shortly after noon during teen Blanchard returned home Saturday Vera Surrency was on the sick list I' forget the annual meeting a. Mr. and Mrs.! 11. O. Rivers Mr. .. DAVISAgency s f
which both men fired half a dozen after upending about two weeks last week I Rock Creek today Saturday and I Ii Mrs. W. S. Johns and son, L. J., Mr.and

shots. The trouble l is said to have with their sister, Mrs. J. B. Dye. Messrs. J. E. Clemons and A. B. Sunday. Everybody invited. Mrs. David Shaw and daughter
j
grown out of the fact that Coleman's ,! Herman Thede, of Jacksonville Surrency were visiting in the Brook I enjoyed a fish fry l last week. E-t. 1886
son wag "running with" Jackson more spent Sunday with relatives in Law- er section Monday morning II I', Mr. and Mrs Truby Brown !'

than his father felt was for his good. tey. P. M. Barefoot of Brooker, was a WATCRMILLj the week-end guests' of her mother INSURANCESTARKE

Mr.. L. H. Hill was a visitor to guest of J. E. Clemon Sunday after. j; Mrs. Bell Johns
J. L. Hollingsworth former city Jacksonville last week.J. noon. j Watermill, July 23.: -J. S. Neal Howard Thomas, of New River, attended
tax collector of Tampa who has been R. Eddins of Gainesville was president of the Jacksonville Business church here Sunday.A '

serving a five years' sentence at the transacting busines sir Lawtey and BRADFORD i i I' College was a visitor at the home of social was given at the home
State Prison Farm, has been granteda vicinity last week.A Mr and Mrs. J. H. Brown Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason Friday

conditional pardon. He was convicted daughter was born to Mr. and Bradford. July 23.-Mrs. M. S. Ed- I morning honor of their daughter Winnie Mae.All

in 1916 of embezzlement of the Mrs. Jeff Prevatt Friday.C. wards and daughter Connie and Thel-i i. Willie Brown was transacting business reported a nice time.

city's funds following the discoveryof R. Sapp came up from Gaines ma, of Palmetto are visiting relatives in Starke Friday. Messrs. Jim Adkins and Ben Renfroo
a shortage of In his Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown were In visitors negermuminmtuulmwoxa mmmmmmwmmm'
$28,619 accounts ville and spent Saturday and Sunday were business to !
all of which the city recovered at his home here returning Sunday here.W.. H. Harrell attended to business Brooker Monday on business Friday, COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
from his surety and from property afternoon. in Alachua Saturday. I| Sallie Carter spent Sunday at Gra Green Moody Mr and Mra,

turned over by Hollingsworth. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little Williard Raborn left Sunday for St. ham. Moody were callers to Starke f"riday.Rev. a Full Line of

son of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Petersburg where he will upend a few I G. H. and E. A, Fowler spent Sun- Maguire conducted a very Interesting UnJrlaltr Supplia
Darwin Woods, arrested Saturday in with relatives. days with relatives. day in Gainesyille. service Saturday and Sunday. -
Washington D. C. from a Jacksonville 'I !Mr and Mrs.! Charlie Prescott, of AUTOMOHlf.i: HEARSE:
escaped Henry Burney, of was Mrs. C. W Edwards and daughter, ,
Florida prison camp on June 5th. He in town Sunday. Coterie, spent the week-end with Mrs.B. Plant City are on a visit with Mr : Mr. and Mm David Shaw a", I II Always can hand. The beat service N
had been convicted in Jacksonville of John Stuart of Jacksonville spent Shaw of Alachua. and Mrs. F. S. Fowler. I daughter, spent the week-end at at the lowest Ilrlee.Sp.

robbing a jewelry store of several Sunday with friends in Lawtey. Mabry Harrell was a business vie Ilrown-Riley home of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rivers. vial attention to telegraph or-

Miss Jeannette Bennett, of Jacksonville itor to Gainesville Saturday | Mr. Willie Brown and Miss Mary Ril Gerald Adkinii spent Saturday era. Registered Kirtbalm d

draw. T__ el.._ chOI Teresa is spending a few days with rel Lloyd Barry returned Thursday after I ey were quietly married at the home Lake Butler i'I -
rmtora vitality ono energy br purifrbtf and... atives. several weeks visit with relativesin of the bride' parents Sunday after R. A. Greene and sister passed,, DeWlTc. JONES

tlchlnj the blood. You can ram fea 8tnranaalag. J, W. Greer, of Thomasville Ga., Lakeland (noun, 3:30 by the justice of the peace here Sunday I STARKE:, FLA. '
. Invttforatlug! Cff"*. Pear Be was a business visitor to Lawtey Saturday J. V. Edwards returned Saturday L. A. Brown of Hrooker In the presence Sheriff Epperson and wife,
after several days stay at Salt Spring/> of a few relatives and close I utfllmmcWlelmcMllB'umpgX1tli' .1ursoIWMm0 e

George Clark of Jacksonville, was and we are glad to report his condi> i friends _._ _. --
MR. DODSON WARNS a visitor here Sunday. tion improved.C. 1 The bride was lovely in white silk sift off Corns! I IDoean't

J. B. Mizell. of Baldwin, was a visitor B. Hayes attended to businessin 'dress and Is well known and liked by BUBONIC PLAGUE IS '

here Sunday. Gainesville Tuesday.W. I all. Mr. Brown is a former Brooker
USERS OF CALOMEl Ben Carlton of Inland Grove, wasa J. Ward returned Sunday aftera j'boy well known throughout the coun- hurt a bit and Freeion I CARRIED BY RATS j

visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Mr. Car. few days in South Florida. \jty. Their many friends extend congratulations costs only' a few cents. KILL THE RATS "
,
leton Is a prominent Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu attended and best wishes '
worker and gave an interesting talk church at Miller Sunday I S) t I 4
flays Drug Acts Like Dynamtti at the Baptist Sunday ichool that af C. H. Newsom spent a few days of LONG BRIDGE:

on Liver and You Lose a ternoon. last week in Jacksonville.Mr. I I

Day's Work. Miss Rena Marr, of Highland visited and Mrs': W. M. Harrell spent Long Bridge July 23.: -.Mrs. Onle TO-PAY
relatives here last week. Sunday with relatives at LaCroase.' i Hood, of Mulberry, spent Saturdayand
W. B. Bowden, of Jacksonville, wasa Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moran of Palmetto Sunday here. I I Dy UsingSTEARNS' '

There's no reason why a person .koul visitor to Lawtey Sunday are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Vera Bardon is visiting her
take sickening salivating calomel what Mrs. Alex Williams and children of Malcolm Harrell was a business visitor mother Mm. Ben Sapp. I: PASTE

e few rent buys a large bottle of Dodson's Jacksonville visited friends and rcla to Miller Thursday C. C. Johns and W. M. Hodges of 1 Intorn-UonalnrMtmlnatnr for......Hta*.
Liver Tone-a. perfect aubftitut tives here last week. Several of our young folks attended Starke, spent Sunday in our burg I nirkrartiM an* Wafcwhu. II..-i__ a
tot calomelIt Grime, of Jacksonvillewas church at Wortthington Sunday 7 UMira la thMBUMiu tu run teem t-* ""lido
Lawrence for w.o.r.nd I..b ale'. aiMlasIn. '
ia a pleasant, vegetable liquid whlct of his brother night Ml ... drjiur tLMliuuM
a guest at the home I Colds Caus tirip and Influenza Mw""' Two saes. HfftHi
will start your liver' Just aa surely AI ._______ ., ...uuuaUluUllr: ,imM>lu'Orat' *.
calomel! bat it doean't make yf>u sick Enoch Sunday. ZI fV LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE:Tablet nrnov. and can not aallvaU. Blaine Teston left Monday for Winter Tb.... la mfr one "0_ QuID......' -
Children and grown folk cffn tab Garden where he has secured employment t. W.GROVE'S *."..<... nn'-- lea G
Dad.ou'a Liver Tone because: it is per in an orange grove. I Ziff July 23.-Miss Starling entertained "I Wouldn't Go 'amping Wlthoot list
f ... a number of her friends Saturday Snap." Says Kay White
Calomel \ You Guard Against Burglars, But
la a dangerous drug It II It "It Looked Like ; Battlefield in Eu. night with a pound party. Different With "Wife and I ni nt our vacation

Mercury doM of and attacks your boner Takea rope." Said Mr. C. Punster. I games were played until a late.1'S, What About Rata any Itar lour ,fingers soft corn! You or corn tan lift..... camping last summer smell of cooking

will feel| nasty. calomel today And you "Was staying at a hotel) in a small Rats steal millions of dollars worth the ton, and the hard akin rallunca fro. brought rat*. We went to town

j morrow. Don't weak,loa sick and nausMited.....01'Tak.\ to. Pennsylvania town. Early one morning Nu Wot ma in a Healthy Chile i(jof grain chickens, eggs etc. Destroy bottom of feet. got some HAT SNAP broke up cakes,
a spoonful of Dodmn's a day's Liver lone instead I went to the stable to hire a ng All children troubled with worm have an u- property and are a menace to health.If A tiny bottle of "Frasonan costs IIttl.at put it outside our tent. We got the
of dead rata .healthy ootoc.which todlrau" poor blood and..a are troubled with rats try soy drug store, y a few drop.upon ." Farmer.
and you fellow.
you will wake up feeling greato and was ahown a pile rule them ewe or lees nnmacb 01....",._. the corn callus. rats alright-big .
more bll1ou n.... conatlpatlun. *lug' killed with RAT SNAP the night be (,GROVE'S TASTUZSS chill/ TONIC awe rxubrlrfur . RAT SNAP. It will surely kill them .tan* hurting thea or Instantly lift Storekeepers housewives, should use SI
shortly '
gwiineae, headache, coated tonjpra or sour fore. Looked like a battlefield in Eu- I wa or three eels will nrlch the Meadw- prevent odors. Cats or dogs won't bothcriom corn or callus r you off. I RAT SNAP. Three sizes 2Bc/ bile/ 1.

don't stomach and Your' druggist say if you rope.> Three sizes, S5c, 60c. $1. Sold I prow the dutnttao.** wh and,,"act.,.at...a..General Netarwilllhl I Stx n,ioentasToalatot touch it. Come in cake. 3 sizes and alt, without one bit of pain or ior Sold and guaranteed by J. M Mitchell i
ter than DoAon'a Lifer Ton act bet and guaranteed by Mitchell's Drug I thrawoflrordb.l,.,l the*'<>-ln<,and the Clal/d/ wart! .b.erburtM 26c0e; ) $1. Sold and guaranteed by a_. 'uly No humbug I 1 and DeWitt C. Jcme
for hOrrible you calomel your JDon., awaiting < Store and DeWitt C. Jones. I rf-rtect bnlt ,PVinat ia...... IDC. Mitchell's Drug Store and DeWitt C. 1--



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