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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 3, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY.TWO. :-
1DAY JUNE 3 1921. 'd'
STARKE FLORIDA. FR NUMIiEIt FOKTY-NINE ;




ICHAUTAUQUA: WEEK CELEBRATION FOR STARKE'fi}'



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SEVEN KILLED IN AIRPLANE u. ,. _.
MEMORIAL SERVICES 1--
IN LAKE,
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ACCIDENT BUTLER It has always been customary for wilt present one of the largest and, WORKING FOR BJETTER SERVICE 4

the merchants and public spirited cit-; finest parades 'ever seen In this county s'J -
Representative
Washington, May 29.-Seven men, A lean of Starke to entertain the farmz before. In this parade'there will u Yr r Johns Looking After ,
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| five of the army and two civilians, was very held impressive in the memorial service era,with a big celebration once eacH be' decorated floats of the different Interest of Berry Growers : S

were killed in the wreck of an army Woman's Club room year. This has always taken placeon stores for which the price ef $10.00 -

Curtiss-Esgle ambulance airplane and Monday afternoon, the B. V. P. U. July 4th, in the put, but this year is offered for the best display. A priM Representative E. M. Johns has
been
Epworth
| near Indian Head, Md., forty miles League uniting and car the date hat been moved up to'Jane of 10.00 will be offered for the best very active in an effort to secureexpress

southeast of Washington, yesterday rying out the following program with 3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th., The reason thus decorated automobile. All those who refrigerator car service for'
great credit: wa the strawberry
I evening in a terrific wind and electrical step was taken is occasioned by uiefact own pleasure cars are requested to growers of this see
Opening song, Star Spangled Ban tlon, and it now seems that the flght
i storm. that the Southern Chautauqua decorate them and enter them in this
ner. tha thai been made
The dead are, Lt-Col. Archie Mil- performances will take place- -' in I parade. This year we would like to for this improvement
Purpose of meeting Mrs. R. E. in shipping facilities is to
| ler, Maurice Connolly, of Dubuque, Dell. Starke each evening on the dates see at least one hundred decorated rewarded by be

la., A. G. Batchelder of Washington, Scripture named and it was decided to make cars entered. There is also a prizeof an article success.By in last
Lt. Stanley M. Ames, of Washington, Jor. reading-Rev. J. D. Ma- this a big week of celebration for the 5.00 offered for the most originalcomic it was shown week's Telegraph
Cleveland W. ,,costume in the that this class of 1
Lt. McDermott, Langley whole community. The chautauqua or display pa
Prayer Rev. J. transportation
D.
about
Major. be
to
Field, V., Lt. John M. Pennewell, is the biggest thing that has ever ; rade. This feature should prove very by the Interstate ordered -

Longley Field, Va., Sergt.. Mechanic Poem, Roll Call-Mrs. W. C. Arm- come to Starke in the way of amusement i amusing and will add lots of fun to mission for the Commerce Com-

I Richard Blumenkranz, Washington. strong. and the proceeds over and above I the day. All of the fraternal and society shippers of other toealitlest -
air service Address Rev. J. D. Major. j organizations will have floats but the commission held that +
Army officer
said the the expenses are to be given to the for
the
I accident was the worst In the history Roll Call of soldiers buried ht're- Starke Woman's Club for their new I I I and a first prize of $10 will be offered benefita of their order to be

of aviation in the United States, either Mrs. A. C. Strickland.In building fund j' for the best display.On extended to this section it would belIecos..ry ,
Mt'moriam-l\Irs. I'I for the shippers here to
military or civil, and that it was : J. E. Mainen The celebration as planned starts Tuesday afternoon at 3 I o'clock, Intervene In the
Song proceeding and
I one of the few in which all of the pas. j We Are Tenting Tonight. with a big baseball on Friday;.' the ,Starke Gun Club will hold their the petition
game commission to extend
Reading, Blue and the IKItLANCIIAltD: the or
j sengers in a falling plane had been Willie Mae Johnson.song Gray-Miss June 8rd, at 3 p. m. The Jacksonville I final shoot at the'clay pigeons' Upon D. LAW der to covre this locality. Immediately a
killed almost instantly.The I this occasion there will be entries -
All Stars will battle for honors >
on receipt, ot mivioo that
ship struck the ground'' nose Just Before the Battle, Moth. against the Starke-Lawtey combination from the Duval Gun Club of Jackson. j I Rev. Blanchard I I). Law, pastor of Jnt 'r-State Commerce Commission the "

first and the force of impact wag so er.Reading In team. This game is to be play j jed j; villa, several experts from Gane! the Baptist church in Starke since had taken this position In the mutter

I great the big,400 horsepower liberty Olga Priester., Flander's Fields-Mis with two of the best teams in tho j villa and other near-by towns. Suit the death of. his father about two Mr Johns wrote the State Railroad

| motor in the front end of the craft state on the field and will be a hot able prizes will .be awarded to the years ago, left Tuesday for Lake Commission asking that they intervene ,'
Songs Dixie
| was torn from its chassis and thrown Closing, and America. contest. I winners of this contest It is planned Wales, having accepted a call to the In the case on I behalf of Floridastrawberry r

back into the cockpit on top of the PraYt'r-Mra. W. C. Armstrong At one o'clock Friday there will' to shoot 8000 pigeons and the church at that place. Mr. Law l is one shippers He Is in
receipt
I pilot and the passengers. All of the I be horse and mule racing for which event will be very interesting to all. i of the youngest jiarilors in I-'lorldn, of the following letter, which '

| bodies were badly mutilated.The Mrs The service was presided over by cash prizes of $20.00 are offered. This Each night at 8:30 the chautauqua but he ia rapidly rising to a prominent shows, that the matter will be taken I

Curtie-Eagle was returning R. E. Dell, president of the will be very interesting and will give program will start in the big tent to place among the ministry of the up at once)

I from a trip to Langley field, near league. Mrs. A. C. Strickland rendered the farmers an opportunity to dem be erected on the lot next to J. M. Baptist denomination. lie has had May 28, 1021. ;

Newport News, Va., and had Just music on the organ, which won onstrate how much speed they haveon Alvarez's residence. The season tickets thorough training/, for his life work, Hon. E. M. Johns, ,.

crossed the Potomac river when it elaborately decorated with flowers, their farms. There will be no en- for the five nights are bring sold and he la a consecrated and enthusiastic House of Representatives, '"

ran into the storm which. had. .nnuuHI and in front of the reading desk wasa ; try fees and it is hoped that there by the ladles of the club, and those worker The Baptists here give Tailahnl+nee, Fla. '
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I over Washington an hour before. The mound of beautiful roses, magnoliasand will be a great many entries. The who fail to get them may 'purchase him up reluctantly, for no pastor in Dear Sin: Replying yours of ,

I exact cause of the accident probably who fern, contributed by the fair sex, racing will be in charge of Mr, Blank. individual tickets for each performance recent year. has excelled him in May 26th, with reference to Interstate '

j never will be known, as those in the to the, after the services, carried then On Saturday, June 4th, the coun- at the tent for the small sum of strengthening the hutch numericallyand Commerce Commission Docket ",;
I machine were dead, when witnesses cemetery and tenderly placed CO cents. spiritually. His influence with No. 11005 Chas C.
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them on the try square dance will start at 2 p. m. Cyler, et als, v* "
graves of the veterans of the
I from Morgantown. a village near Indian the sixties John ; I In the armory and those who like to On Friday, Saturday and Mondayevenln&s young people has been very fine, American Railway Express Company, '
Kellum
: R. B. Strick and a* a result tho local church
| Head, reached the scene. land shake their feet to 'the strains of the starting promptly at 7 has in the matter of express refrigerator
T. P.
Register
T. E. Dekle Joe a large number of
enthusiastic
An official investigation of the ac. Hill John fiddle, can "go to it" until midnight.At o'clock, there will be free picture work. service fpr the movement of straw
cadent will be ordered., At that in- Langford, Sr., Martin 1:30 there will be contests such as shows fit the Gaiety Theatre and tho ers among its younger membership l berries. .
Rimes Silas
I ventilation it is Byrd, Wash Epperson, public is invited Among, townspeople generally Mr. I am directed to ; .
possible an inquiry John climbing the greasy pole, foot races, cordially to attend. advise I that It Is
Rivers
I will be made into the general design the King, Jimmerson and on sack races, etc., for which prizes will These films have been secured by tho Law was ulso very popular and regretat the purpose. of tho commissioners to

I and practical use by the army of sucha ford grave whose of our hero hoy, Neal Lang- be offered. At 8 p. m. the Starke Gun Woman's Club at some little expense his departure for another field is Intervend In this case, and we have
remains
machine, the only one of its type were taken ; Club will hold its preliminary trials and the features are unusually good. felt by all elates of citizens. All today wired the Interstate Commerce'
"From
the
field
I in the army air service. Air service where the of Flanders and the public is cordially invited to I We want it understood that this celebration will join In winding him happinessand CotnmliiHlnn to that-. AfTAYoura --- -*-.!--.. ..1;

I officers said today that when the machine Gently o'er poppy our soldiers'waves graves"and witness this interesting contest at the 'I Is given for the amusementand success in hia new field.-----, very truly, 1f #
I left Ltngley field it Mr. Law was accompanied to Lake J. II. TENCH
was ,
apparently brought back to the Land of clay pigeon' entertainment of all and everyone
I in perfect running condition and is Walea by his wife, mother and sister C Rate Expert
expected to We
I Flowers, Florida, his native state. On Monday, Starke day, we will participate. His ,
had been functioning properly would like to see floats wlfe'M/ld sister have been touch --
during entered in the
Also the of Willie J... Comas have the pleasure of being addressed
I several hours in the morning and af- grave parade from each of the towns in era In the local school and both will HOLIDAY_ ) TOMORROW '
| i who died at Camp,Johnston, who was by lion John W. Martin, mayor of be missed members I 1,
ternoon. as of the
Jacksonville. This address will take Bradford county. We want them all faculty. : '
just budding: into manhood and Fridu ;
readyto Miss Law lies taught in the school June Srd, living a legal holiday <
Captain De for
Levargne, air attache his place at 3 o'clock. At 4 o'clock Starke to come and help us have a big time 'If!
serve Walter
I of the! French embassy, who made the country. Sergeant the past three terms and was .Connie In. Florida (Jefferson Davis'I a '1\

I trip in the Eagle from Washington, Langford, who was in the medical i ered one of the most proficient of the birthday) tho bank In Starke will be ,: th

I said tonight that in his opinion the corps during the lat war, was another. MARY BROWN LEE'S BIRTHDAY ItEV. SMITH WILL PREACH AT grade teachers. It Is understood that closed for tile day. ys;, :urn

I Eagle was unbalanced. grave decorated., PARTY METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAYRev she will loach at Lako Walus, i in Bradford County Rank, Hank of 1\;\ \,\!

1 "The machine which case patrons of the grade to Starke.
was badly balanced
I111OFFICERS
A dull fellow j'
I Capt. De Lavargne said. "It sermon puts a to sleep and Mrs. M. L. Smith and baby which she is assigned may be assured
had
a Little Brownlee six
but Mary was
a squeaky vbice in the choir soon years
I small daultl'hter.arrived here Monday afternoon of efficient and conscientious service FOR UNION S at
motor '
of
only 400 horsepower. stirs him to life again.A old last Saturday and her parents, ,)
I The from Havana, Cuba. Bishop The Telegraph commends this COUNTY NOMINATED :.
good
weight
was too much so the pilot Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, gave t nd
I Candler Mr. Smith to take family to the people of Lake -
could appointed Wales.
not control It. I '
declined
to reI her lawn from 4:30
Harvard professor claims to have a lovely party : to A democratic
I charge of the Methodist church here The Influence of their lives has county convention. ale
turn in beena
it and back "
came by boat. discovered a means whereby lie can 6:30 in the afternoon., at their homeon was held at Lake Butler last ,
for the remainder of the blessing to this Friday
I Representatives of year, on account community, and ware 'F'for
Campbell Kan1 readily be detected. Want to talk: Pine street.
1 las, chairman of the house rules of the resignation'of Rev. J. C.Din' sure they will be no less consecrated the' purpose' of nominating county ::,. /f' \'
and committee to him Tmachine The little people enjoyed numbersof .. and active In promoting aU olllcers for the new county of Un F "'
Walsh
of Massachusetts, out-door games, and in the peanut ion. The law creating the new county '
wno went to Langley field in the Ea- down before the full force of hunt Eldridge Robinson found the Mr. Smith has peen teaching in good causes in their new home. provides that the governor shall is

gle, also returned to Washington by the storm struck, but that he was largest number of nuts and, received Candler College in Havana, and Is officers to serve until the next appoint ,

boat. Mt: Campbell said tonight the prevented from making a. landing at as a prize a box of home-made candy highly spoken of as a minister and a MENDENHALL SAID HE PAID general election. The nominees of

I element'of safety bad not entered Into the first attempt by a grove of trees. liases Elizabeth Brownlee and Free Christian educator. The people of EX-GOVERNOR CATTS $2,700 the convention held Friday will be

their decision not,to return in the The airship crossed over the trees Wynn served punch in a vine covered Starke aa well as the members of his recommended. to him for appointmentand 1 t

j Eagle; that both of them were setsick safely and appeared to put on power summerhouse, and late in the afternoon denomination are glad to welcome Money,Wa. Paid In 1920 and All Men will doubtless be given their commlnnlons '

[ and the air in the cloned plane was to reach an open field a short distance Mrs. Brownlee served the little Rev. and Mrs. Smith. Received Pardons In the near future. They /,
[ bad. Next Sunday there will be
avay. guests with ice cream and cake. As I Sunday will hold office until the first Tuesday "
"If the ship had been open we would Apparently motor failed to respond favor the boys received boxes of marles school at 10 a. m. Preaching 11 Tallahassee, June 1,-The principal In January, 1023. Their successors

have had returned in it," said Mr. or the high wind checked the and the girls small dolls. a. m. and 8 p. m.'BUSY. evidence against former governor 8 will be nominated In the primary of Is ik

Campbell. "1 suggested to Walsh we ship's flight, for it was seen to turn Those this J. Catts was !given by J. J. Menden- next year.
enjoying happy party
I return by boat He was seasick and over and fall nose first. It was then PLACES hall, the notorious murderer from Following are the nominations j
were, Annie Long, of Palatka; Eloise ,
II didn't feel only few hundred feet in the air. South Florida who'swore
a he carried
steady. We had
very made by the convention out of "
and Dorothy Ritch,' Etta Fae Gill, a largonumber k
been more than two hours at in Officers at Indian Head sent a detachment Griffin $2,200 from the inmates' prison farmto :i
sea Etholin White, Betty McLane, Hazel The shingle mill of It Johnsis of candidates for the place.: f q
la Martin bomber observing bombing to the scene but it was sometime busy out Catts, then governor, in December S. T. clerk ,?':
and Lois Adkins, Lois Long, Evelynand very turning the best kind Dowling" of the court;
[experiments. before they arrived and word of 1020, for pardons, and that all .': 'I:
'I Marjorie'Stump, San Hope and of cypress shingles. Many wonder Wiley S. Brannen, sheriff; A' C. : ;, ,
"On the way down to Langley field the accident did not reach,, Boiling\ how it is were given pardons, according to a Strickland ,
Georgia Haynea, 'Martha Powell, Eunice possible to keep the mill county Judge) P.. TA, Pad- ,,1,1a'ttt
the air field here until 11 o'clock last night. I report by State Senator Wells chair
was
j Tough and very bumpy. Canova, Alice Fernandez, Pauline supplied with cypress blocks, all tax assessor! ; O./C.. Drlggeri, ;
(We had a wonderfully good pilot. He Suggestions that the wrecking of Miner, Louise Peek, Willie May Sloan sound wood, to keep the work going man of the special committee Investigating tax collector; O. L. Mizell, superin:1
[would run into an air-bank like it was the plane was caused by a bolt of on without the former governor, which tendent of schools G. A. :
Gladys Sloan, Elaine Wynn, Cleo stopping, yet the supply i ; Epperson, :{
[a hill aide! and then the machine would lightning were scouted by army air I Shepard Thelma Seals, Ben Stern- never runs short. was made public today. The report supervisor of registration. !

[drop, some times more than 100 feet." service officials, who declared that berg, Billy Graham, Richard Long, Cooper A Snellgrove now have a bristled with sensational disclosures. County commissioners( : C. Al Roberts "

Brigadier General Mitchell asslstI there was no record of lightning hitting A. E. Wall Jr., Arthur Darby Jones, number of saws turning out crate Mendenhall said pardon. were given II. II. Williams, A. H. Williams, ;''i

I ant chief of the army air service,who a plane. They *aid that even had S. R. Johns, Jr., Joe Edwards, Jr., material, and men busy making the before the money was transferred to W, II. Andrews, Jr., Sebron M. Dukes ,,q a

j accompanied the Eagle to Langley I bolt struck the Curtiss-Eagle it James Richard Wainwright, Merrill crates. The large quantity of sweet Catts. J. C. Coleman, a Bay county Members school board: A. T. Mi- "

[field\ and who had an exciting battle could have done little, if any, .dam. Futch, Julian Peek, Jr., RoMoe Mc corn grown ,in this section makes; the white man who, war pardoned, said ell, J. O. Dennison, N. II. Stokes'1't

with the storm during his return age, as the lightning could not have Lane, Jr., Sinclair Peek Jr., Lester demand for crates heavy, and a dozen be gave MendenhAll $700 for which '.
,
flight said Lieut Ames, piloting the affected grounding necessary to Price and Eldridge Robinson, John men and boys are. employed in their Catts pardoned ''Mm.\ Coleman was ,C. M. DEES AND MRS. DUKE I \

Eagle I was regarded aa one of the cause damage. and Frank Inman, Joe Wiggins, Malcolm production. given a life'sestence. for the murderof RECEIVE FINE AND SENTENCE. i''
beet! pilot In the service and that his The theory of acme ofllcera is that ,a deputy sheriff Mendenhall said ;
Dubose, Stanley Bennett, Milton "
ship was apparently In.perfect condi an unusually heavy blast of wind' Brownlee, Jra.. Charles .McMillan NOTICE TO SATURDAY EVENING on another occasion he gave Catts Gainesville, J--; 1,Judge B. D. ', 't fj

tion."We struck the ship on one side and unbalanced -, James Hollingsworth, Junior McDonald POST READERSOn $500 for pardoning Ambrosia Marti !Hers today passed sentence on C. M. ;

felt no concern for his safety," it, sending it into a nose dive,I S. T. Dell, of Gainesville. nez. Other sensational evidence Is Included Dees and Mrs. Una' Duke, who were '

Mid the &general "and when the Eagle from which it could not recover because account of printers'strike I am In the report. in court on May 27th for having

circled over the field a couple of times of the short distance to the unable to furnish my customers with Mendanfaali said Catts was in frontof unlawful possession of intoxicating 1'1'tried

before straightening out on a norther ground. PRESBYTERIAN Saturday Evening, Post Will have Superintendent Glitch when the Iqnora, as follows: That C. M. Dees :4

ly course for Washington it was running Statements of naval officers at Indian copies! for all just-as soon as the publishers money was turned over in greenbacks, be confined to the county Jail for a ,r 'I,]

perfectly. We waved goodly Head that the plane fell only a Services at the church next Sunday. can furnish same.JOE mostly in large delft>mlnatlona. Ed period of four months at hard labor, 'I,

from the field, expecting that the big short distance caused surprise to the Wewantu to worship with us. You've SISTRUNK. Wiggins, of green Cove Springs, stated such term of Imprisonment to begin ,. e'

ship would be in Washington beforewe army air service officials wha examined been promising long enough. Quit he gave Jerry Carter $300 and a .t the expiration of term Imposed np-

were ready to leave Langley." the personal effects of the P V making excuses. i NOTICE new shotgun for a pardon Wigginswas him by court the 26th day of May, .

The Eagle left Langley field about sengers which were brought to Boiling Sabbath school at 10 a. m. I under 80 days sentence for having and that he pay a fine of $800 and \ 'j"on ,

4 o'clock p. m., yesterday. The time field today. A stick of shaving Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject, "The Lawtey National'Farm Loan Asso, whiskey in his possession. Carter coat and in default of payment of

of the wreck is reported at 8:25 p. m., soap and its nickel plated container Christian Citizen." ciation. All directors and membersare ; .Is state hotel Inspector. such fine and cost that he be imprisoned ;

the hour at which watch carried by was found mashed almost aa flat a* Christian Endeavor at 7:16 p. m. called in special meeting'at Law 1 M .M H V an additional period of three ,

.Mr. Connelly was found to have stop, a knife blade. A heavy black leather No preaching at our church In the tey Wednesday, June 8th, at 2:30 Miss lea Alderman left Tuesday months at hard labor. A fine of $:.100 I'

)ed. Naval officers at Indian Head, hand bag was ripped and torn while a evening. We will all g* around and m. All applicants for loans are P'I' for Chattahoochee to be at the bedside and costs and confinement of two .. 1

|who saw the plane go down, declare :' straw hat which one of the civilianshad extend the glad hand to Bro. Smith, ed to be present by order Federal of her sister, Mrs. Marshbum, months at bard labor in the county '"

hat Pilot Ames tried to bring his worn'was torn to shreds. our new Methodist preacher. Land Bank of Columbia, S. O. who ha. been 111 for some time. jail was.Imposed on Mrs. Duke. ,.I <

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PAGE TWO I' GRAPE 81 ARK!!;: FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 8. I>21.

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r. IN MEMORIAM the entire estate will remain In the Habitual Conrtlpanon Cures
I In 14 10 :U Days"LAXFOS
r'I' hands of government officials, and in
and simple WITH PEPSIN" U a specially
How beautifully patient
p addition she will be liable to imprisonment -
Tonic-Laxative
for
were the closing: yean of J... Sharp, I of prepared Syrup Habitual
11 ,:lr'f for contempt. The value Con tipstlon. It relieves promptly but
a who was born at Windsor, England, iilllli, I the seized estate owned by Grover should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daY8-
;' February 22, 1861. .iiF l Bergdoll is estimated at $836.226. to Induce regular action. It Stimulate and
Very Pleasant to Tal*.. 1 to,,.
'r When a small child he was brought . I Bergdoll is cut off absolutely from Regulates.
bottle.II
b to the United States and grew to per
. his financial resources in this coun-

, manhood at Jackson, Miss. He received u P ,l ifj4I .' ',': r,' . ); I try. If his mother tries to communicate -
his education at Yale University -
II ; : I with him in any way, she will 1886
and on July 5, 1876, was married make herself liable to a jail sentence.If .
a f to Mill. 'Mary E. Jones, of Jackson. ,
he wants his property, he must return -
I
Miss. i I II to the United States and file a DAVISINSURANCE
I life he began preaching.
in
Early
claim. If he does that he must go to
a Christian minister, and for years
prison and serve his term. Every
r fought the sins of the world by win- cent of expense connected with the
souls for God. During his timeas
s ping seizure of the estate will\ come out ofBergdoJl'
a pastor he served churches in the You'll enjoy
h' r-\ the pocket ,
Ala.
cities Birmingham
following : ,
'"
old
& Mrs. Bergdoll and her 88-year
New Orleans, La., Hot Springs, Ark.,I mother must vacate "Castle Bergdoll"Grovel's :! STARKE

I1 and Memphla, Tenn. After several of rolling home here, from which he .
A years of serving various churches he sport escaped when brought here to search
t I, longed for a larger field, so he enter- I-
for the "buried pot of gold.
ed the evangelistic work and for 'em with P. A.! Under the war trade board license,
was state evangelist of Mississippi. -
years - as amended last Monday, Grover is

,( classed as an alien enemy, which deprives
' 1909 his wife died,
On October 28, ,
thing do next And besides Prince him of any protest or claim as
F I and on the 2nd of November, 1910, be FIRST you ,
married Miss Lizzie Newsom of Lake get some makin's Albert's delightful flavor, an American citizen.
Mrs. Bergdoll cannot touch a cent
Fla. He made his home In and Prince there's its
Butler, papers some freedom from bite of her own money, or of Grover's or
Alabama until about five years ago Albert tobacco and puff away and parch which is cut out by Erwin's, until she has satisfied the
when they moved to Florida spending '' to aaMlis
4fIbd: b on a home made cigarette our exclusive patented process government authorities of the exact
In until
moat of the time Tampa < fUZtfaanrf
his death, March 4, 1921. ,.-,. aw* AaV- that will hit on all your Certainly-you smoke ownership, and until Grover's possessions -

How he loved his. lodge-the Odd .004 lit Urn ffca fcsunMars. a ia)! smoke cylinders! P. A. from sun up till you those have been separated from
of Erwin and her own. She
Fellows! His brothers were so real vpatfaj Mtaaa AsuwsWe'er Importers,
so/iA slip between the sheets with
aa*
re No cannot cash a check.
to him. He never refused to speak ae.latsrg.p, use sitting-by and sayout travelers-
exporters
a comeback. When Col. Miller and a staff of assistants ,
and white ing maybe you'll cash this
at every opportunity given,
and sail under
traveled and lectured In hunch went to "Castle Bergdoll" today ship
In Alabama tomorrow. Do it while Prince Albert Is tli e t01i4C"
behalf of the order for years. the going's for and served notice that her slackeraon' the Stars and Stripes
good that revolutionized
manoco
pipe estate had been seized and that
who had the good for
tune Everyone to know Mr. Sharp'' will ever man, you can't figure out smoking. If you never could she must vacate, she only said: THERE are today few

cherish the memory of his bright, t ; what you're passing by 1 Such smoke a pipe forget it! "Well, when do I have to move?" the world of

sunny personality. He was always a flavor; such coolness, such You can-AND YOU WILL Importance travelers which to shipper cannot be or

welcome guest. His smiles, kind words more-ish-ness-well onlyif you use Prince Albert If someone doesn't come along witha reached ,by ships that tail

and happy "good mornings" were for way to get the words emfor packing! It's a smoke fresh sensation soon we will have a under the Stars and Stripes. '
every human, whether child; man, tedious day of it tomorrow.An .
saint or sinner His domestic life was phatic enough is to go to it revelation in a jimmy pipe exchange says that when the President Harding has

especially beautiful. The last'time I and know yourself I or a cigarette! :full truth about graft is made public, laid that. "We cannot sell

; visited him he was very ill, but even graft will be abolished. Perhaps- successfully where we do
then I could still hear his gentle when. not carry". The American

voice-"Girlie, give me a drink, please Merchant Marine that once
It seemed of almost vanished la again an
-thank you. a part
him and lasted until the last word GR.rrl at 1021 CRINGE ALBERTthe A SAFE TESTFor established and important
l J. Kar.aMelobacca I carrier of the world'a com
beautiful
was spoken. A most gen.tIe C*
....; merce.
r. character and pleasing manner.were WIaN G those who are in need of a rem
those of James Sharp. national smoke ; edy for kidney troubles and back. You can ship or sail any
lie was, confined to his bed and room joy ache It in a good plan to try Doan's where in American ships
for' several weeks. Oh. how he suffer -- .--. -'-- --. -" -__ _ ., _ ._ n ,__ ______ ,_ ,__, I Kidney Pills! They are strongly recommended designed for utmost comfort -'

4 :edt and still without a murmur. He Joe Starling went fishing at Kingsleylake Wasdin, Mrs. Equilla Dixon and Elva Mrs. Anna Youngblood, of Waldo your neighbor by! Starke people. Ask and safety.

was willing to meet his God and often Wednesday night Lee Abernathy and Frances Murrhee was a business visitor here Friday. W. W. Dalsden deputy sheriff, Operators of Passenger

talked of death, for he had no P..1.. Dinkins, of Jacksonville, wasvisiting attended the Christian conventlen at Messrs. Jesse and Marvin Ogden county Jail, Starke, says: "I used Service
fear. And on the day of his death he relatives In Lawtey Tuesday. Theressa Saturday and Sunday. spent Sunday afternoon at Hampton. boon's Kidney Tills for a case of kid. Admiral York Lin N V, 17 SUM Suet New

insisted that he should fo down town, Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville Mrs Sparks and children, of Moun- ney trouble that annoyed me a whole Mataon Navigation Company. u
no amount of talk could break his w are spending a few days In teocha, spent Sunday here with their GROVER BERGDOLL'S PROPERTYIS I lot. I can truthfully say Doan'e entirely bo.Cay Steam Street Ship Baltimore.Line 82 Ma.Musiaon BeaverStreet. .
i solve. II. dressed himself, and with Lawtey at the home of Mr. and Mrs. friends SEIZED BY U. S. cured me of the trouble In a .New York N. V.
his ever faithful wife went on his arrands. O. L Futch. prompt and lasting manner. I felta New York and Porto Mleo S. S. Co.,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKinney and 11 8ro",",,,,.)'. New York. N. Y.
j ,; After attending to these he Harold Pearce was a visitor to Philadelphia, Pa., May 27.-All the great deal butter In every way Pacific Mall S. S. Co., 4? Broadway.
i entered the city hall. He fell and Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday. lion, Eugene, spent Sunday with his property of Grover Bergdoll, draft (SUtemtnt given April 12, 1914) New York. N. Y.
conacloullnella-the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mc- I I I On April 27, 1918 Mr. BuUden U. 8. Mall S. 8. Co., 45 Broadway.
never regained Rev. Henry- Ezelle of Bryceville, evader who is in Germany, was seized Hold New York, N. Y.
Kinney. : "I have
' I grim reaper had his Victim. filled his appointment at the Lawtey here today by Col. Thomas W. Mil- had no occasion to W.rd Line. (New York and Cuba MallS .
' Mr. had chosen his : Mrs. Pons, of Mounteorha, was hi'town line Doan's Kidney Pills since I recommended S. Co) Font of Wall S......
Sharp pallbear ler alien
Methodist church Sunday morningand property custodian for the New York.N. Y. %
,11)18 remedy before
and to be buried at Friday on business. so l
ers requested United
States
evening. government by orderof know
they made a cure In my case. Free use of
Tampa. So the body was carried to Mr. and Mrs L. II. Hill and L. II. Mrs. II. F. Price returned to herhome President Harding. With it 'was I advise anyone suffering from kidney Shipping Board film.

the Myrtle 11111 cemetery by a largo Jr., C. S. Hill, Mrs. E. D: Sayles, G. : at Kingsland, Ga., Sunday. seized the property of his mother and complaint to give this medicinea Use films of, four Shipping reel., free Board on motion requeet picture of any
number of true, staunch and loving Junes and Miss Delia Blanchard motored Messrs. Truby Pinnolster and Ar- of his brother, Erwin Bergdoll, who trial." mayor. pantnr. puetrruuter, or oraentzatton -
friends, and laid to rest there to to Starke Tuesday. II dell Crosby of Brooker, attended Bible is serving a sentence in army disci- Price; Cio at oil dealers. Don't of Bhlps and A great the era educational. Write (or informetiontoH picture, -

await the final summons from God. Miss Ida Blaas, of Jacksonville, was school,here Sunday afternoon. I plinary barracks at Leavenworth, .imply auk for a kIdney rE'lIIedy-get' Bureau Room Laue 911, Director:, 1119 'Information f SU-MC.
For the comfort of his ever faithful the !guest Saturday and Sunday at the Jesse Ogden of Tampa Is visiting I Kan., as a draft evader. Doan's Kidney Pilla-,the same that N W...Washington, I). C.

dear and loving wife I quote these home of Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. his parents this week. The action was taken under a new Mss Mfrs.Bainden had. rWer-Mtlburn Co.. SHIM FOR SALE

lines: !\I.... W. E. Torode, Miss Nell!\! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith and chil- ruling which permits the governmentto Buffalo, N. Y. (CT.AmtrUr tillttni..1,,)

"Our Father in His wisdom called Roberts and Miss Mary Williams dren, and little Miss Edna Jackson, take over the property of those Steel ......Also...wood. both.,...U..aid... woe aaatearner *
The boon His love had given; were visitors to Starke Friday. of Gainesville, spent Sunday afternoon who have forsworn their allegiance. -- aaltaaad .do.tI.. farther
,' And though in earth hi. body lie. Miss Rachel Boyer, of Jacksonville, at the home of H. D. Waxdin. Bergdoll, having escaped to Germanyand TO Cure a Cold In One Day I.hrrrb..bt.md by M.u.L

Ills soul.is safe in heaven." is spending a few days here with her Mr. Wilcox spent the week-end in announced himself as a German Take,tope the LAXATIVE('..... h and BROMO Headache QUININE and work.(Tablet off)the'It For sailings ofpasttngtr

w RRN.i parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. Waycross with his family, citizen, made himself liable under this Cold. g.W.l.ROVEr.Wu.tureoneachboa. 30c. and frtight ships f. oil

Lonnie Harley was a visitor to Roy Kalch- of Hampton was here! law. Mrs. Bergdoll was given five Worms parts ofthtworldandaKotkfr

? LAWTEY Jacksonville Saturday Sunday. days to turn over to the local representative a Healtby Child in formation writ
v I A crowd of folks motoredto All children troubled with Worm. have I ,
Miss l Hazel Futch returned home young of the alien an un
property custodian -
June keaithrcoior,which Indicate blood sod... t. oftht allow linn
1 Lawtey, 3.- Mrs. Futch re from Jacksonville Santa Fe lake Saturday afternoonand poor any
Saturday where an account of all Grover'aproperty rule time U more or I CM sumach dUrturoance.
turned home last week from Macclen she spent several ,weeks with her went In swimming. in this country, both real GROVE'S TASTELESS. CHILL TONIC given reinI I or to th.

ny, where she .spent several week sister, Mrs. Ury Gunter. Miss Ethel Byrd left Sunday for and personal. If this is done, the re- burly unDrarethedlieation.andact for two..|three weeks will arenerelStrengrhenlee enrich the blood. u. S. Shipping Board

,,with relatives. Noah Butler, of Jacksonville, 1* visiting Plant City where she will visit relatives mainder of. the Bergdoll property Tonic to the whole.,........ N.ture win then- <
A son was born to Mr. and. Mrs. relative. In and friends for a few weeks. will be throw once dlepe.lb.worme.andlhoChlld. will be WASHINGTON O. C.
returned
Jesse Griffls Saturday.: Lawtey this week. to her. If it is not, In oertoct health. Pleaaaot to......800 per boula -
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill\ and eon -
Miss Claudia Terry spent several
Graydon and Hallie Jones were visitors ._.............. ...... .
: .... ..
1 days last week with relatives In the to Kingsley lake Friday.Mr. .D.D..D..m. ,.. ......-..... -'WWUI )cI&.wt-"..........."""' ........ ........... ..................n"" .......... ...._..
,
F county seat. '. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and children
Miae Mary William returned to spent Sunday with relatives in (Geineaville's'. Foremost Shopping; Center
her home in Macclenny Saturday, after Baldwin.

I home spending of Mr. and several Mrs. J.weeks R. Tracy.at the Lawtey The Lindsey Thursday baseball and club played came their to Orders Received Until

Miss Clara Mae Shepard of Starke, third game with the Lawtey club. TLo Monday NightlAUCharaeo
visited in .
friends Lawtey Thursday.A. score 'a.l0 to 4 In favor of the home
M. Blanchard spent several day. team. A number of visitors from
e at Kingsley lake last week. Starke and
Raiford witnessed the
Rev. C. H. Lindsey of Jacksonvillefilled Pre r1.ol
game. c17l64' Good. Returned
an appointment at the Metho Miss Lomte'Loadholtz, of Jackson paid By U. ::1Lsoii.
['VI dist church Sunday. ville, was visiting relatives In Law- Sel ce : On Next Train

I- Mrs. J. E. Barbour, of Jacksonville, tey Tuesday.J. .

was a week-end visitor at the home L. Harrell and C. R. Sapp were GAINESVILLe.FLORlOA.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barbour. visitors to
Starke Tuesday.GRAIiAM .
Mrs. Salome Eunce is spending a

few in Macclenny.days with relatives and friend "Voile Week". Annual Event Commenced

Dr. G. W. Drown was a profession Graham, June 3Mr. Harris and S .

t' al visitor to Clay Hill Saturday, son, of Gainesville, were business visitors 'Tis an annual event Ever year the month of May witnesses a tremendous sale of
Piece
J. L, Harrell and C. R. Sapp were here Friday. that startles, even merchants. This custom has until goods '
visitors to Sapp station and Raiforx Russell Dyal, of Hampton, was here of grown now it is looked forward ,to with the
greatest mteres Just why beautiful
y 1, Friday. Friday on business. fabrics are thrown out at such amazing reductions
when the
;q JoIIa.W. H. Miner and children are Messrs. Will Jones, C. B.. Roberts New Season is still young and the. materials fresh mystifies one this week ,

4'f pending a few days wit hrelatives in and W. II. Gurney were business via slashed and costs forgotten for an entire week. ; yet, as usual, prices are
Baldwin. tors to the
county seat Friday. i
Miss Loulebelle Carter was a visitor O. W. Dyal and family Joe Pur- I
to Kingsley lake'Wednesday and shell Mr. and Mm. Ii
# W. T. Wasdin All 59c Voiles i
,(,. Thursday. and family, of Waldo, Mr. and !' .. All 75c Voiles All $1.25 Voiles

Henry Bennett of Jacksonville, was Wesley Dyal, of Largo, enjoyed a fifth Ever 50c and 89e Veil abaohilcly cut ia I.

transacting buslnes sin Lawtey Ant fry at Santa Fe lake Tuesday. prices Every pattern I. the product of tk. R ut hi...I F sacrificed .t a price that will Stupendous clearance of the better .rade ':

I. part of the week. Messrs.' D. J. Byrd and J. C. Barry .beat _m.. ...tt.naolc1a.| ..._ for this was anoe i e 1.1,. Every 75c Voile throw. .t r..uctlon ol 36 on the ,.arA Shown !. thee ',

.j' C -Sturteyvant, of Daytona: moved attended the Baptist union at Tlieres- howlna-. Full 36 I. sad 38 in. O *>l *' tU Pqii r**ardl' >M <* coat darker groups with the light fig-urea. Full 3889c
ft
> to Lawtey recently and is located sa Friday, Saturday and Sunday. wide Voileweek": Special a1 /C or value. "Voile week" Special Tr5/C In. and 40 In. wide
\" on D. Davis' farm in the southern Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dyal left on as "voila W.ek" Spend
;:j: part of town. Tuesday for their home in Largo.A .

.' Mis Lizzie Byrd is spending a few part of young folks enjoyed "an

weeks with relatives in Maxville.* l ici cream supper at the horn .pf 1.. C. A

Miss Mattie Rainey, of Macclenny, Smith Thursday night Everyone

,\ 1* spending a few day in Lawtey tho Miss Bonnie Youngblood spent the .
,;,:yN;:: guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barbour. week-end with relatives at Theressa.

us; W. E. Torode and son, :Edward: and Messrs. J. R. Seville and LeRoy I 1QGI1oII ...... ......,, ----...-............
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FRIDAY JUNE I, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAPII. n''RK&!! FLORIDA PAGE THREE


-. v I membered that Cces was arrested the -although- he had not worked out a about the face, hands and arms, one to hard work that you do to complaining -
'I. I' morning the New Southern Hotel was debt of several hundred dollars to the finger being burned off and one arm and you will find the cause for
News of
Florida in Short Paragraphs. I 'I raided and a quantity of booze con Georgia. farmer. The men went after + being so mutilated that amputation complaint remu\ed.
I r.a"--......,-....----. ---..--,,." I. I II fiscated. him but claimed he returned vol may be necessary. He Flipped to the I I It is possthlr, of course, that you

untarily.The ground, still wearing his safety belt worry over the faults of others mere-
Live State N ews I The body, badly decomposed, of a and remained unconscious for more ly for the purpose of evening up the '-

L: .. woman found in a pond in a lonely firm of Lloyd &; Aspinwall, than an hour after being taken to a score when they worry' over yours.
*T m-m m-m-m-m mmmm-- r m.a--m..----..."--? -nmiP
office. His still
I is
section about eight miles north'of which on July I will begin operating physician's recovery 1 Some people never stoop to telling
Told by Our Exchanges.The Tampa, was identified a* that of Mrs. a large ice and refrigerating plant in doubt. little fibs. Nothing short of a whopper -

_____. 1 Aurora Mernandex, of that city. Identification across the river from Stuart, will begin satisfies them. ,
- -- - was by means of rings worn shortly thereafter to experimentin "Fatty" Palmer, well known citizenof A Harvard professor claims to have .'
get there spirit of Lake county Governor Hardee has advised F. by the dead woman. Officials are investigating the tanning of shark and porpoise Miami, Is so large that he cannot discovered a means whereby a lie can
Iocs not 14 Last week three dis- A. Smith, an. Orlando lawyer, of his the possibility that she hides with the intention of developingthe go up the stairs in the county court readily be detected. Want to talk
eta of the county voted a $600,000 appointment to fill the vacancy caused may have met with foul play as an Industry' locally. Mr. Lloyd, a house at Miami, it was discovered to him'
fond iBBue for the construction and by the death of William Martin, autopsy showed two_broken ribs. She member of the firm, ia an expert tan last week when he was summoned asa If hard times keep on coming much
of road county Judge of Orange The witness in a case on trial in circuit
onstniction county. disappeared May 13th. ner, having followed in the footstepsof longer they may get by us before we
democratic executive committee had his father end granlfather and he court. Mr. Palmer was willing to recognize them.
Tampa city commission hat reused recommended Miss Margaret' Hart to -- testify but when he attempted to
The C. E. Holtzclaw, of Orlando 'committed believes the venture will prove profit go Trouble comes mainly to those whonoconize
an offer of of a sub chaser bye fill the vacancy.An able. The concern also intends to up the stain to the court room it
suicide at Sanford by shooting it as such.
for use as a fire boat couldn't be done. Either freight elevator -
government manufacture fish glue' and fish mr1" a
himself the head. Ha left a
through
,
Merely aa a test of do you
memory
the harbor. It was declared that I important assemblage will be fertilizer. would\ have to be Installed or
note to the sheriff saying 'he wan the
the of
still remember name new
of boat was not suitable fore the the widened. The court solved
his type meeting of the State Swine circuit 4- starway
called td in the court
appear vice president of the United States T
work. Growers Association the problem by moving the jury,
announced to be
i at Sanford to answer charges of em- The Pensacola Maritime Company About the only way to prevent fa
in Wauchula on July 20. The session clerks, other court attaches and attorneys
awarded verdict of $569,167.89in
bezzlement, and his body would be was a ture is to fight on until there Is
wars
first ship was loaded at the of the to the omee of. the
The association will two county
occupy: found on the platform of the stationat a suit against the Texas Oil Company left.
lew phosphate elevator of the Flor- days a hIe of thoroughbred hogs Lake Mary as he could not face by a jury in the United States judge on the ground floor, which Mr. nobody ministers tell it ia
The good us a
Terminal Co., Fernandina, Tues- taking place on the afternoon of July district court here this afternoon. The Palmer was able to enter. After he
the charge. He leaves a wife and six but thatis
to work on Sundays,
|ay when the U. S. S. Youngstown.aded 21. children. II suit was based on an alleged breachof had testified the court resumed Its wrong
them to do.
| 656 tons of rock in two hours. I I II contract, the plaintiff claiming the session In the usual quarters. what we pay

Deputy Sheriff Arnold of Jackson I| Frank Croff, Miami motorcycle policeman Texas company had agreed to deliverat lIIIIQtDI
Roscoe Williams, .::ty-four, of ville, has offered a reward for the return was killed when a speeder Pensacola about 1,000,000 gallonsof Sergeant Kristzan Brevad, staff COFFINS &: CASKETS
[ort Tampa a switchman, was mor- of "Shine," his trained pig, who he was pursuing crashed into his machine crude oil for ship bunkerage but sergeant at the government aviationheadquarters
ny Injured in the yards when he has for more than a year assisted in and dragged him for 500 feet. refused to do so when the price of at Carlstrom Field has And a Full Lln. of t

las caught between two freight cars discovering moonshine stills. "Shine," Increasing his speed the slayer attempted I I crude oil advanced about a year ago, been ,.turned to the military officials UnJrlaktrt' Suppttt
Is was coupling. lIe died a few hours when he was good hungry,could smell to escape but crashed into forcing the maritime company to buy foi trial on the charge of being connected ,

tel' ; a tub of sour mash for miles. Boot another car driven by a'woman, upsetting : In the open market supplies for ships with the killing of Frederick Always AUTOMOBILE hand. The HEARSE best service
on
I leggers are suspected of having stolen it and breaking the woman'sarm. which it had contracted to bunker. Pitts of Punts Gorda, whT Will shot at the lowest prices. Special
The South Atlantic Canning Co., of I him. His car was brought to a halt I April tin an exchange of shots witha attention to telegraph or

'ernandina, shrimp dealers and pack. in front of the home of another policeman The Tampa negro woman on whom I military patrol claiming to have I I ..... Registered Embalmer.
rs, were running full blast several Work has commenced at Okeecho- who rushed to the scene and George Jackson and Albert Jones, been socking deserters. The returnof I
aye last week, employing between bee' on the eastern portion of state arrested the man. He was lodged in two negroes are said to have attempted I Br\.ad to Carlstrom Field was after I DeWTIT C. JONES
arty and forty hands. Catches have aid road No.. 107. $410.000 will be the county jail, where he gave his I to work a confidence game Saturday i a dispute over the jurisdiction of FLA.Immmmmmm .
eon good Tor the past few days for spent on this eighteen-mile stretch of name as McCarthy. morning, proved too swift a pursuer the case. Under Instructions from I STARKE.
he time of the year. highway across Okeechobce county; for the two men to escape after Governor Haixlvc ho was first turned mmm .r
$300,000 by the commissioners and Wm., Wrlttenberry, a white man, the incident. Each of the three par over to l>i-Soto:': county authorities' by 'I Child 1
No Worm In lUalthy
Capture of a sixty-one foot auxil- : the balance by the state road depart 28 years of age, was shot to death ticipants tell a different story but Sheriff W H. Dowling, but the military I.1 All children troubled with a Worm' have aa nohwlthr -
ry yacht, its crew of six men and ment. The road i. being built of Sunday night while silting in the. all agree that after the $60 owned by authorities demanded the prisoner radar whirl dkJa w*poor WuoO.and..a
ergo of 400 cases of Canadian Club' rock and asphalt. front room of his home'at Pahokee the woman had passed into the hands on the grounds that he was still ruin tli.r In man or leas tom.ch dluurtwno,
I CKOVE 8 TASTCLE&S CHILL TONIO llveo. oeee-
hiskey off the mouth of the Cootie' talking to his wife. The murderer of the two men they ran full speed in the service. It Is said that the report lirlr tor two or'lhrm ...ik> will Uriah the blood.ImprnvotlmdlMtbra .
iver, near Tampa, was reported byeputy Locking the doors to keep the quo- fired the fatal shot from a shotgun toward the union station the womanin that Sergeant Brevad was discharged .aQdaotMt(rml8tntnth-
> U. S. Marshal J. E: Cox.!: rum inviolate, the house at Tallahassee through the front screen door. Four I pursuit. They bought railroad from the service when he left'i throw eotoaTonic off or to dlrl lli.whole th.warms.intern.odU Natnre>eChlldwllltto will thm I II '
Tuesday in local bill session pass buckshot entered the head,one break tickets and boarded a train, but the the field was false lie was, they I per,......lib. I'l........1 to uk. no.-bouta.
At 12:16: Friday, Tom Drown, con- ed a long list of local bills. No member ing his jaw,pne striking the left side woman still pursued them. She chased say, on a furlough.
icted of the murder of Albert Cham- was allowed to go out with his of the nose, while two entered the them through the train and backon A TUNIC
era, was pronounced dead by the at- : hat, and unless the sergeantatarmshad forehead. Death resulted instantly to the street again, where they The fellow who is false to his trust' drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
ending physicians. He had hung Just I faith in the member he didn't get The murderer after firing but one separated but each was captured by kicks mightily when others refuse to Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
3 1-2 minutes before he was \lro- \ by the locked door without his hat. shot escaped in the darkness. different officers. trust him. I Eitriiulnjl the BlmxL When you feel Its
ounced dead by the physicians. By this moans the house was kept in Spontaneous friendships are generally I Itrtnllihonlnll.lnvilloratlt.. effect, SIM how
pension until a late hour. Four Brooks: county, Ga., farmers R. McGowan, head lineman for the founded upon impulse and wrecked It t hrlnllll| color to the clients, and how
Altered bills made their appearance : have been taken to 'Montirello' on indictments !I Kissimmee Telephone Company, was upon deliberation. It lin|"rov..i the appetite you vlll than
nJacksonville last week, one bank re- C.; M. Dees, of Gainesville, who was charging them with kidnapping I I seriously injured while making repairs Most men are quick to embrace BITerlotfl| Its Iran tonic value.
eiving five in one day. The perpe- : arrested on a charge of selling intoxicating a negro and taking him out of to the system. lie was working their opportunities, especially if they Groves Tantcikws' chill Tonic I* simply
rators of the fraud officials state,! liquors, and later convictedby Florida. The men made bonds in that I. upon a pole C'8rryinaboth the telephone are young and pretty. I Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup ho

plit $20 bills and $1 bills and placed : a jury in the county court, was city 'pending their trial. County om.I I and electric light w(res and in Trouble is about the only thing tho M I pleasant linuds. QUININE even$ children to Purify like It It.und The IRON blood to
he halves of each together. In pass- I sentenced by Judge fliers to pay a core there claimed that a negro work'j I some manner not yet known made a present generation Is willing to surrender Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs. and
ng the bills the side bearing the $20 fine of $500 and to serve six months ing for one of the four men had contact with the electric wires of heavy without a price. :I Gi-lp germs by hi Strengthening, IlIvlll'....
enominatlon was always upward. in jail at hard labor. It will be re- denly gone to Jefferson county, Fla., voltage. lie was badly burned Devote the same amount of energy wing Effort. JOc.



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COLUMB'IA'EEK i l






This Sale Continued until June 12. Welcome to Starke Chautauqua Week





Columbia- Week i-'I y"



Positively.fhese Saving Records


Low Priceswill '

Below I are shown the prices that were previouslyin I a

apply only on the present effect, the tale prices which are offered now, and the 75c p

stock. Pri es will shortly saving in dollar. and cents to those who purchase dur. I

advance. ing this sale. During Columbia Week '

L all records will be
r. Old price Sale Price ; Saving* $1.00 i

sold for cash at 75c.
$125.00 $85.00 $40.00 J:

$150.00 $125.00 : $$25.001 -::;
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Was $125.00 50.00 $45.00 $5.00 ,* ,; ;

Sale Price $85 $75.00 $60.00 15.00 .,


Was 150.00
$125" i
Sale Price ..
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Bradford County Telegraph and now approximately one-half of From Remotest ; CARD OF THANKS i surprise I will\ put forth my very best a
the fathers of the land are so well -
who efforts to fill the,office with credit
thank all those
We heartily
- -- "brought up" till they will stand and
Published weekly and e-'iered'-; as deliver when told to do so by their ,Parts Of Globe with their assistance and sympathyeased after <; Respectfully A. C. STRICKLAND.;
and sorrow
wives and children. In the beginning our trouble
second class matter, at the post i
they had some foolish notions about the death of our dear departed one.
office at Starke, Florida.E. TAN for the j HANDSOME UNDERTAKING ES.
_,, _ - = having something to say in their own LAC ELEMENTS COME FROM We are especially'grateful
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homes, and that they could not affordto MANY LANDS FAR AWAY I kindness extended us by the members ,I .
S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner be extravagant and pay their debtsat FROM IIERE of the local Masonic lodge and to
the same time. But the daughters those who sent the beautiful flower Funeral Director DeWitt C. Jones

When you think a newspaper article cried and their mothers told their : The Ingredients from which: the celebrated gifts, I has remodeled the, apartment! ; used in
i I is wild, you ought to see some of husbands they ought to..be ashamedof i medicine Tanlac Is made Mrs. C. S. Durling, Charles A. Pur his undertaking business, and it Is

f', ,P a the stuff we can't print.-Ex. being ao stingy, citing how good I come from remote sections of the ling. now convenient, up-to-date and hand.
i, Mr., X and Mr. Y were to their families. earth and are transported thousandsof is the
t, some. The front room funeral
"Scharfschwerdt succeeds! In passIng i ) When the miserable hubbies declared S9'RI miles over land and sea to the BAPTIST
: his relief bUlj" says a headline. that the parties mentionedwere KEICiARETT great Tanlao laboratories at Dayton parlor and show room finished! In
What's the relief Is be going to millionaires and could afford it, Ohio and Walkervllle t .nada. AH solicitors of funds for the indebtedness white. All around it are recesses for

,change_ hi. n.me' they were chided because they also in, The Alps, Apennines, Pyrenees, and all who have not yet caskets, fastened to the :inside of the
were not millionaires told that they Russia Asia, Brazil West Indies, reported the amounts of subscriptionsfor doors which have hinges at the bottom .
1 From the number of candidates offering could have been wealthy had they Rocky Mountains, Asia Minor Persia the year June 1, 1921 to May 31, and when let down act as tables
for the various offices of Union been better managers and that a man India Mexico, Columbia'and Pe- 1922, will report in full to J. W. Morgan for the caskets. Behind the parlor is
county, it would not be a bad Idea to who was not able to support his family Ten for 10 cents: ; Handy; ru are among the far away points treasurer. i the operating room where the bodies
call It "Condidate county."-John in the way other men did had no size. Dealers carry both. from which the principal properties Services suspended except those of are embalmed or otherwise prepared
;a; stown New. business to have a family and ao on. 10 for IOc; 20 for 20c. of this remarkable preparation are Sunday school at 10 a. m. and B. Y. for burial. This room is also' finishedin
,f After few such seances the men decided It's toasted. obtained. P. U. at 7:30: p. m., in honor of the incoming white and has built-in cabinets for
I "Vitamlnes" is a recent scientific' to give in, and meekly acceptedthe What is said to be the largest pharmaceutical Methodist pastor. children's coffins, for accessories and
I discovery, as vague and mysterious as doctrine held by their families Cj) x- laboratory in the United I Through this space in the TelegraphI embalming instruments and liquids.
the planet "Vulcan" in Dr. Hicks' al. that they were mere beasts of burden States has been completed at Dayton, i wish to thank every one who has so The room in the rear, and the loft
f manse It 'Is said to abound In yeast, with no rights that need be respected Ohio, for the manufacture of Tanlac kindly'given of their means and service ; above are full of coffins and casket
t' and in order to gain in bpdily ..ndt' and that they must "shell out" on demand BRILLIANT SOCIAL FUNCTIONIN which according to recent reports is to the objects of the community of all grades.
mental strength the public is advisedto even if bankruptcy stared them HONOR OF MISS LONG now having the largest sale of any which I hold dear and to the Lord's The rooms are all supplied with
t' eat yeast cakes. Too bad the vi. in the face. medicine of It. kind in the world; over work. Delco lights and the two first men.
; tamlnes can't be separated from the The result of this has been, in many Mrs. William L. Wall nad Mrs. Joseph 20,000,000 bottles having been sold BLANCHARD D. LAW. tioned also have electric fans. With
r J.I/ yeast. Ytast I. Ju.Urcelebr.te4 for cases, that their daughters are a frivolous E. Wilson gave a brilliant social in six years. these handsome apartments and a fine
I I: h producing gas and the average clti- set defying their parents and affair in the nature of a miscellaneous The new' plant occupies: 60,000 CARD OF THANKS auto hearse, burial facilities in Starke
,4 '. cen's talk would convince any on living only for pleasure; also that, being shower on Thursday afternoon at the quart feet of floor space and has a cannot be surpassed by those-of any
i\\. f' that he has too much of that Ingredient victims of the fashions they home of Mrs. Wall on N. Cherry dally capacity of 60,000 bottles. Un- I! To the convention delegates and other town of its size.
'! throw modesty and often decency, to in Miss friends: I wish to express my appreciation -
if t I'l., a already street honor of Ella Mae iform quality is guaranteed by a series
, ?;rt.>>- the winds and the chart 0t: maidenly Long's coming marriage to Mr. LouisT. of careful Inspections by expert for the splendid vote receivedas 'Colds Cause drip aafl Influenza:
If. Yet another process to prevent one reserve I I. fast vanlshtog, Th* papers Jarmon, which will be an event of chemists from the time the roots a recommendation to the governorfor LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets rraxmtlMcanto. (
," I; from becoming old has been discovered have long: been >pointing ..,at this evil, the ninth! of this month, in Palatka. herbs, bark and flowers are received appointment of county judge of Then Is only oo* "3-xme Qda@w'
, /! :" by a French savant. It simply consists but without success. Now the same This attractive home lends Itself in their rough state from all parts Union county. Although this nomlna- r"W.GR9V4''t's1'elf; 44t, t

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) this will keep the tissues fromwasting "bringing up mother1 'in order that
.,l as tastefully taken advantage of by the most approved processes. The finished
;: .- and degenerating. ,He.should she may bring up her daughter right. accomplished hostesses In planning medicine is then bottled labeled
have added the declaration of Irish But this is useless. A woman who
,,11,1'r an this delightful affair. In the French and shipped out to tens of thousandsof F
'f.\5, patent medicine manufacturer "Theusing has become the slave of fashion whois windows of the reception room there druggists throughout the United
} :; of my medicine will pro.ve of ambitious to get into ."society," or were suspended baskets of Shasta States and Canada to supply a demand .
j, much value to the undertaker." already being there shuts her eyes daisies, and these dainty flowers were never before equalled by'this,
4 , to reason and duty feel. that she
t also placed in vases and bowl Magnolias or any other medicine.-Adv.
+ The other day .n a Mississippi must display as much style as the and ferns were used for decoration -
,l town, a man .hot and badly wound- richest member of her set. She rises in the dining room while.in the fetti which was showered over the
ed a woman and was himself shot by late in the day then dresses and discusses back parlor delicate sprays of pink bride-to-be as she entered the room.
the woman's husband. He' was removed dressing with her daughters; antignon and fern On a large,i round table was placed
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to a Methodist hospital located I and this with' visiting and receiving placed with regard for effect about the shower of gifts which was com THE UNIVERSAL CAR

1'A in the town and soon a mob came visitors attending meetings of her the room the lower floor of this spacious posed of valuable linen ailver, cut
and him. But clubs societies and coteries, where glass and this table being decorated
r to take him out hang home being opened en suite and china -
; the Methodist preacher, who is the she discusses the reforming of the the wide porch was also used. for 'with plumosa fern and pink Ford Prices<<: Effective Now
commissioner of the hospital armed world at large leaves her no time for seating guests. roses so as to look like a huge French
himself with a pistol -and stood the her little world at home. The small bouquet. From the chandelier extended
mob off until the police arrived and children are consigned to negro nurse The guest of honor, Miss Ella Mae a c.nopyof white crepe paper, Touring Car with Starter $510.00
Long is the eldest daughter of
dispersed the would-be lynchers. The girls, the boys can go anywhere so Judge and the entire room was decorated
and Mrs A. V. who lived in "
stout-hearted parson de.ervel.n they be gotten rid of, and the girls Long with lovely pink roses and ferns; The Runabout + $465.00
praise for his brave act. "A chargeto live in automobiles. Few of the girls Starke until a year and a half ago, center of attraction however was
l keep I have" Is more than empty will marry for though the young men when they moved to Palatka. This wee Olive Dell the eight months old Touring Car with Starter and Demountable Rims $535.00
s find in their family has a large circle.of friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell "
; words with him. pleasure not too straitlaced here who deemed it real daughter Runabout ,\ ., % $490
society hey will think twice before a pleasureto of Gainesville who was an adorable .4 .4 '
The Kissimmee Gazette says that a they yoke themselves up with attend this pretty affair given' in cupid sitting in a hanging basket just Conpelet $745
certain article which buyers were convinced girls who will live ,for nothing but marriage.honor of Miss Long's 'approaching over the huge bouquet of gifts. "The Sedan .. $795

was not to be had in Kissim pleasure and have no Idea of housekeeping fair honoree was bidden to pull the
mee was ordered from the factory and economy. The few who The fiuests were greeted 'on the |white ribbon''' streamers extending Chassis $455

and that the factory politely referred marry will very likely not bother porch by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee who from the bouquet, and as she'did so Truck Cba..iI. $615
a; them to a certain merchant of the themselves! with having any childrento wore a becoming gown of black lace gift after gift was brought to her .
f ; town who handled It. If that merchant spoil ao what's the use to try over black satin a note of color being notice. I Tractor $625
k a had advertised what he kept for "bringing up mother" provided by a corsage of sweet peas. The hostesses served the guests a .
t. sale he would have saved trouble to' Those who deplore this state of affairs Receiving were Mrs. Wall and Mrs. beautifully appointed ice course of F. 0. B. DETROIT I
"\, buyers and probably sold many articles will have the consolation that .Wilson hostesses Miss Long the Neapolitan cream with homemadecake
I ,t ; of the kind referred to. Who first one, then another thoughtless honoree, Mrs. S., E. Brownlee and and on each plate was placed a
r .:." knows how much trade goes to city mother will have to drop out from !Mrs.! ; A. V. Long mother of the bride- cunning little basket of salted peanuts THE FORD GARAGEJ.
mail order houses'simply because tho lack of funds to support her extravagance to-be. Mrs. Wall was handsome in a I and a small French bouquet of
home merchants neglect to, let it be .' "Pa," who In most cases, dress in canton crepe: in pink and lavender pink rose buds. Assisting: in servingwere W. ANDREWS, JR., DEALER Starke, Fla.
w known what they keep in stock. never was well off, will come to the ; Mrs. Wilson wore !'d.lnty Mrs. S. T. Dell Mies Mabel Wei-
r end of his tether, and then-well, you pink organdy frock; the beautiful ter, Mrs. Roscoe McLane. Mrs. J. H.
is THE LITTLE HAND can't squeeze blood out of a turnip. guest of honor was wearing an elaborately Ritch, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee little
The daughters will'then have to live draped frock of orchid-- poorgette MIssesVirginia Weeks, Harriet Ritch
''I The pedestrla-tStarke. when he at home instead of In automobiles : combined with peach colored and Florence Andrews.The ,
i ,,', (is so absorbed in thought till he keeps running down pedestrians on the georgette, and trimmed with a touchof I "guest list Included Mesdames -- -- - - -- --- ---------

k, his eyes on the ground will frequently streets and "honking" in front of the jet beading. Her hat was of orchid W. B. Harvard A. S. Crews, S. L.
see the mark of a lltla hand deeply drug stores for "dope" and ice cream georgette .with flower band of Peek J. F. Canova, J. M. Alvarez W.
4 imprinted in the sidewalk. Theso and the boya will have to join the roses in pastel shades. Mrs.' S. E. E. Middleton N. B. Hull W. C. Pow- MONUMENTS and TOMBSTONES
marks were made by children before navy. Brownlee was handsome in embroidered Ml, J. F. Kickliter E. L. Biggs. D. E. .
the concrete had hardened when the This state of things is not universal. gray canton crepe with a hat Knight, F. H. Long, N. T. Ritch G. Call'on address
sidewalks were (constructed, many l. In our neck of the woods we do of lavender, trimmed with. shaded W. Alderman J. R. Davis, O. J. Griffin
years ago. The makers the mark. not see.so much of It, and before the roses. Mrs. A..V. Long was lovely in A. Z. Adkins J. W..White Roscoe W. ELLERY DAVIS, STARKE, FLA.
r; have grown up since then and are now fashion reaches us in earnest the blue georgette and wide black lace McLane J. H. Ritch J. C. Wills,, Local
of the
men and women. < wealth accumulated by some, during hat. F. A. Scott, G. A. Anderson T. J'I representative
1 We have often wonder what those flush times will have been spent and Assisting In looking after the pleasure Griffin E. M. Johns L. E. Jordan of CLARK MONUMENT & STONE CO., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
hands are doing now: Are they employed extravagance will be out of the ques of the guests were Mrs. S. T. Oviedo P. E. Canova, E. E. Canova,j ,
in useful work We hope so. tion. But even where it now holds Dell, who wore a dainty orchid organdy N. J?. Wainwright LaMira Graham.
Yet we fear that some''' of them are sway there are still fathers with and Mrs. J. H. Ritch dressedin J. E. Futch, O. L. Haynes R. S. The largest firm in the south of its kind having served, the

mouldering In foreign graves their enough backbone to keep a grip on a pretty frock of crepe de chine nandez T. N. Limbaugh G. M. Fer-I, public for thirty-seven years.
: ; owners having died in their country's their puree strings, and Christian with over-drapery of flowered geor trunk"Chas. A. Futch. A. E. Wall A.
service Some of the marks were wives who help their husband. to gette. On the wide porch punch was W. Anderson W. J. Epperson II. L. I We can please you as to material,design, workmanshipand

tc ? made by little girls, and we hope ,the I I t' ;, hands that made impressions are I hindering them in bringing up the Margaret Long both wearing A. M. n.rhv. M.. TJ. Johns Silver Gray Marble and also Vermont White and Blue
now busily engaged in household du sons and daughters to become useful charming organdy frocks. Mitchell, E. S.: Matthews, J.: C. Robinson marbles.
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t1 S ties and in the raising of good American members of society. Knowing this, In a trousseau contest Mrs. E. T. W. G. Stringfcllow, J. W. Edwards 1
,P citisens. we do not worry over the other kind. Campbell won the prize, which was a L. A': Davis L. E. Miner E. M. j i I

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brains are possessed by every animal following beautiful musical program: I' R. Johns F. F. Stump N. Sternberg '.1I\
but the hand is the medium by which I wish to thank my friend. In Union Piano solo "Forest Nymph"Flor.ence L. G. Powell. J. L. Peek, W. A. Bes- !

,the human race has elevated itself county for their Interest and loyal Andrews.' dent E. H. Smith F. L. Turner F. C. Lumber Prices Reach Low Level
above the brute creation and gained support offered me in my campaignfor Voice (a) "Jean." (b) "I Love You Hoover. J. C. Hoover W. E. Yarbor-
1'S' dominancy over the earth. Had the I office of tax collector.I Truly"- -Mrs. A, E. Wall. ough B. D. Law Mrs. N. A. Blitch. ,
animals also possessed hands, weS I regret conditions' that made my Reading, "Home"- Mrs. L. G. Powell Lucy Powell John Uglow E. T. You can now buy direct from our mills and save $ I 10 I I
weak humans would now be in hiding withdrawal from the race justifiable. with accompanist. Miss Law, violin Campbell, C. L. Peek E. K. Perry- $15 1 thousand I
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S from brutes stronger than ourselves.But However, upon the solicitation of my Miss Alderman piano. man, O. W. White S. T. Dell of per on your complete house bills. : I
with the possession of one hand friends I will be a candidate for above Voice (a) "Because of You." (b) Gainesville; Misses Annie Darby, Al- Before
''to hold a piece of stone and anotherto office in the next primary election. "At Dawning",.. J. E. Fytch accompanied leen Alvarez Margaret Dekle Jean- buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber required i:

fashion it with, our intelligence'was My efforts at all times shall be for by Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones. nette and Florence Matthews, Amelia ,j l and let us quote prices delivered and '
save you ;
developed little by little while the progress and advancement of our Piano, Lour ley" .Miss Mona, l. and Olive Ray, Mabel Weller Doris I
the animals having no incentive for new county and' that unity and justice derman. ...' Scott Ina and Mona Alderman Nelle | from $1 SO.OOito $500.00 on your building. i !! .
) mental improvement remain in the may prevail among us. The shower of gifts were presentedto Roberts, Kate Livingston Margaret I .
t original state. jr.: W. KAIFORD. the bride-to-be In a charming and Long Elizabeth Brownlee, Carrie ALL LONG LEAF YELLOWPINE i''I
' Let us show our gratitude to the .- original: ..manner. Little MarthaBrownlee Uglow Doris Law Florence Andrews I i
Creator for giving us hands by using "How We Cleared Our Summer Homeof and A. E. Wall Jr., dressed Louie Belle Carter Jocelyn Ma ley, of i '
them for work that will redound to Rat..." bjr Mrs. Perry as cupid brides marched into the room Springfield Mass., Mrs L. A. Reynolds -I THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY :
', :' ."' Ills honor and the good of our neighbors "When we opened our seaside home and presented Miss\ Long with a bridal of Raleigh N. C. ,! PERRY FLORIDA I I',
s' ; : and ourselves for idleness Is an, last May it was alive with rats. They bouquet of white es and valley I j I ,
%?'' abomination In the eyes of God and had gnawed all the upholstering.. We lilies, then each cupid took her hands President Harding, following |
man. .. cleaned them out in a Week with RAT and led her to the parlor door, which example of President 'Wilson is ap-'i I DressediFraming, $28; Flooring, $28; Ceiling, $18; i iI
.. SNAP. I prefer this rat )killer be. opened on their approach and disclosed pointing literary men to diplomatic 1
"BRINGING UP MOTHER" cause it comes in cake form, no mix- a fairy-like scene of beauty. All posts. At last we are not coming into I Siding, $18; Lath, $5. i :

In,. Saves dirtying hands and plate! this took place while Mrs. DeWitt C. our own. *.'$$] I'
r "Bringing up father is an old industry 3 sites, 85c.-65c, ft.23. Sold and Jones"played Lohengrin's wedding I When great men travel 'under assumed I FREIGHT PREPAID I

that, started about fifty years guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Stark.Adv. ..- march. Directly over the doorwaywas I I names they begin to realize I -- i

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666 Cores a Cold qaicUy. month ago. Mr. Cooper who was seriously J I morning and found my favorite setter' stab will thirty dun .after tin date of the t
ill at the time, is still suffering 1 f dead: I got. real mad. Went to the I. ant publication of this notlo apply to the
Mr. and ''Mrs. Herbert Well of Hon. R. A. GMB. aouaty jud.;. at Bradford
greatly. The local W. O. W. store bought
some RAT SNAP and
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Bits of LocalInformation camp Gouatr. Florid, fur aa order to .1at private ,
Jacksonville, motored to Starke for has especially; endeared Itself to their I Iin a week got six dead rats. Every sub or rabllti auction, for lbn ptnpma
tIE the week-end. They left Sunday, carrying hearts.fENTAWORn. I body'who raises poultry should keep of the property luumwnt, of to-wltl drbu. DM tbllowln. dearthed *.

with them their little daughter, I RAT SNAP. Three sizes 3->c, 65c; Lota .. .
.1 lht (I). .1. (*). and tea Katherine, who had been spending a 125. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Block" thlrtr-alx ((16). Moordlna to the w- .
month with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Jones, Starke.-Adv. cud ubdlvUlon of J. W. Falb.urs.y of .
lOp ." w,...... .1t ... and Mrs. J. F. Canova. tli,. town of Worthlncton 8prln.. Florida. ,
....- c.-.. ..4 7'_ NOTICK or BALE Thl Mar' as. till. 'j 1

Nnttoa .. tMivbr limn to til prraara Intrr- A. R. MOORE. "
Closing out our Men's Slippers. COLUMN sled In thaala of W. R. Boala, dmuMd. Administrator of the Estate of W. H. Boala.t1 to t
-- I Stump's.E. that I. A. R. ,Moot*, administrator' of th. aald tAeeaod. *- -t-4-S4 (
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Miss Ina Alderman spent Friday In a real nice hat only $3.75. at i
Lake Butler with friend Stump's.Mrs. B. Shipman has severed his con. FOR SALE-G o3 'milch cow, with
nection with the Southern Cattle young calf.. F. 'A.: Scott, Starke It : 'jHAROLDC.

Parcel post your shoe to Electric W. E. Middleton spent Fridayin Feeding: Co. and has moved with his FOR RENT Furnished e. *room for refined : GENERAL INSURANCE

Shoe Shop, Starke. It. Hampton advertising the Chautau- family to Starke. Mr. Shipman, is couple or gentlemen. Inquire !
qua which begins here today under going[ on an auto trip to South Flor 'at Mrs. Beck. its ][ WALL

II. D. Wasdui of Graham, was a the auspices of the Woman's Club.RnbMyTism ida, prospecting for a trucking loca-

business visitor to Starke Saturday. tion. FOR SALE-Edison Amberola phdfc- STARKE, FLORIDA '
for lea..tI.... .MMiaMHHIIlkHMVMMMMMMW.II. ,ograph and 129 records |65. Apply
G. colored livingin FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, had Pis-ford, man" this office. 6-37-21 ,
G. M. Inman and family have Thomasville suburb, had a good
business In Starke first of the week. moved
I Into the residence formerly owned cow'that died suddenly Sunday. On FOR SALE-Second hand galvanizediron I.n '
Miss Joselyn Maley of by Mrs. Annie Pettit, on the corner of opening the stomach of the animal it roofing, $3 per square.. Quigley -- - -
Springfield
South and Church street.A was found that the entrails of the Broom Co. It.
Mass., has been visiting Mrs. Roscoe
I animal were badly bruised, and it Is -.
McLane. beet supposed the cow had been given poison FOR SALE-One heavy good mule
weighing 12 is
pounds on exhibition probably pounded glass, by some for sal* cheap. E. Gessner. Rout '
at the Bank of Starke. It I "SAFEST FOR SAVINGS""Safe
Ladies $6 to $8 hats closing: ill disposed A, Box 28, Stark. 5-20-8t*
out at $3.75. Stump's.Miss was grown by; T. N. Kendrick, of ,, person..
Starke. Can you beat that FOR SALE
666 cures Chills and Fever. -Fine Jersey milch cow.
Edna Epperson, of Lake But
Anyone interested call: at my home.
ler, has been visiting her cousin, Mrs.G. Mr. and this Mrs.week J. F. Colley had asguests Parties wishing Heilbronn Spring Offer only stands for 10 days. J. II. for Savings" the slogan of a bank
I. M. Fugate and
A. Anderson.
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daughters, Grace, Ruby and Eva, and water delivered may leave orders at Williams, Starke. 6-3-21* that has been highly successful in inducing

Ninety day velvet beans at Kick. Miss Louise Boyd, all of Bronson. Quigley Broom Co. office Bottles will WANTED- Salesmen for 6ooo milo people to save. '
be called for and water delivered en .
liter's. 6-27-21. guaranteed Urea Salary $100 week-
Large quantities of sweet potato Tuesdays apd Fridays, 60 cents per 5 ly with extra commissions Cowan .
of
Safety is course and should be the
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gallon bottles. This charge is for delivering
Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, of Raleigh, N. draws are sent from here by parcels Tire and Rubber Co., Box 784, Chicago
C., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth post, and the postofflce often hall the only until further notice. J. III. it* first consideration in choosing a place for .
Johns. appearance of a busy truck garden. T. Quigley% It. .. savings.
FOR RENT-Magnolia Lodge Kin,.. I

I 666 Cares Dengue Fever. 5-13-201. Wanted-Sweet potatoes. J. F. There will be no meeting of the ley lake. Reservations now being No bank has a monopoly on safety, but we
Woman's Club the second Wednesday made week In advance
Kickliter. 5-22-2t on $10 per ,
do daim to be AS SAFE AS THE SAFEST
H..W. Raiford, Ralford, was in as is its usual custom, but Instead when reserved. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, ,

town .Saturday.. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop returned there will be a splendid musicaland Starke, Fla. 6-3-St. and you will find safety-100 per cept safe 4

( -, ii Tuesday from Green ,Cove Springs, expression program Friday evening ty-for your savings with us. ,
Doubtt Jones of Pineda, is here visiting where they went to attend the funeral the 17th, at the school auditor- FARM FOR SALE-Forty-one acres .
at the home of his aunt, Mr. of Mrs. Bishop's half-brother, Mr. ium. The music committee will give of good land, twenty acres under r
You will also find and consider
courteous
W. E. Middleton.Dr. Walter Prevatt.J. the proceeds of this entertainment for cultivation; good renal, good dwelling
the benefit' of the club house fund. house and outhouses on land; treatment.. Furthermore, we pay 4 percent I

,W. E. Middleton went to Jack Uglow has returned from"a visit twenty-one acres of well timbered i interest on savings balances. '
sonville Tuesday to attend the Shrine to relatives and friends in Jackson; 666 cures Bilious Fever. land; several acre of river bottom .
ceremonial.. i1't. ville. lie was accompanied home by; land under cultivation and 'several .

t his daughter, Mrs. R .L. McDowell, We note that Rev. George F. Scott acres with good timber on it. Located

.Miss Hilda Lewis of Jasper, was and children. has been elected professor of history three-quarters of a mile southwest
the week-end guest of her sister, Mrs. for Southern College. The Christian of Sampson City, Fla. Good BANK OF STARKE '

J. C.Robinion., For first class shoe repairing mail education movement raised one mil water, good rang and good locality

your shoes to Electric Shoe Shop, lion dollars to be used for the re- Mail m* your bid. As this place STARKE; FLORIDA
Mrs. E. M. Johns returned home Starke. We pay parcels post charg siding and endowment of Greater i will go at a bargain it will pay you ,
Monday from Tallahassee, where she es. It. Southern College at Lakeland. Mr. to bid on It. Bid will be up June
has spent the past two months. Scott's friend. here congratulate him 1, 11121. B. S. Jones, 420 Palm av*., Under State Supervision
Whole sole (sewed) and rubber
'on this excellent appointment. Sarasota Flaw 4-26-6t
E. E. Canova and family went out heels $2 .at Electric Shoe Shop, I E. S. Matthews Pret. G. C White,Cashier
to their cottage at Kingsley lake last Starke. It. I H. O. Brown has received a diploma "I Got Real Mad 'When I Lost My

Monday. from the Blackstone Institute of Law, Setting lien," Mrs. Ilannan
All of our Ladies Beautiful Miss Aileen Alvarez left Tuesdayfor Chicago, dated May 17, 1921. Mr. "I went into the hen house one I

,Hats .$3.75, at Stump's. Tallahassee where she will spend Brown will, sooner or later, enter the '., __ __ __u _
ten days with her sister, Mrs. Rhodes, practice of law, and is duly qualified. .
and friend, Miss Billie Williams, a During the absence of lion. D. E.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and student at the College for Women. Knight to the legislature, Mr. Brown

daughter, Thelma, spent Sunday with' .has attended to his office business in
Mr. and'Mrs. G. II. Bennett. See the new style shoes at a highly satisfactory manner.

Stump's. OUR n
666 cares Biliousness. Rub-My-Tism kills pain.
Mrs! S. T. Dell and children, S. T.
James Kickliter is home on a vacation Jr., and Olive, returned to their homein The family of C. S. Johns wish to tl
from his studies at the Stetson Gainesville Sunday afternoon, aftera thank the many kind friends for their
or I
University, DeLand. visit with her sister, Mrs. W. L. kindness, and Dr. BIKKS for his faith
Wall and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. ful services in the loss of the infant CHAUTAUQUAOpens tr fL
Fruit jars, caps and rubbers. J.. F. son and brother, R. B. Johns. R. B. r
Kickliter. 5-22-2t Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Barbour and Johns was born Feb. 16th and died a

little daughter, Lorain, who have been May 12th. Interment took*place at
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright left Fridayfor visiting her mother, Mrs. Angle the Santa Fe cemetery on Saturday, hd'b..
Pablo Beach to visit her daughter Sternburg, have returned to their May 14th.

Mrs. T. D. Clark home in Jacksonville. June 3rd h-

I Harry LeRoy Canova left Thursdayfor
Mrs. A. Willard went to Jackson- The music committee of the Wom Lincolntown! N. C., "to join the I
ville Sunday afternoon to visit her an's Club are perfecting their arrangements Ona Pemorest Stock Co. This com

sister. for an entertainment to pany has been engaged to play most i I FIVE BIG NIGHTSFIRST 4
r- be given on the 17th of this month at of the summer months in the opera i '
No. 1 Chufa Seed at White's Store. the school auditorium, for the bene- house at Hendersonville. Harry has I

6-3-2t fit of the new club house. just finished high school, having the : NIGHT yfMUSICAL

distinction of being the youngest t
The Missionary society of the Methodist 666 cures Malarial Fever. graduate that Bradford High School ARTS MALE QUARTET a group of jolly boys who will kindle your en thus- 1 r

church will meet Monday after has ever turned out. "Pete's" friends learn, and starts your program In a big way. Well balanced vocal ability, and rare In. IJ
noon at 4 o'clock, at the church. Rev.Jacksonville J. B. Rooney district, presiding preached elderof wish him all kinds of good luck.RubM.Tlam strumental genius. They bring a program that sparkles with novelty. I?'

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Paul E. Canova and son, Paul, Jr., Sunday morning at the Methodist cares sores. SECOND NIGHT ,,\ ''tl
left Tuesday morning in their automobile church on the subject of Christian .. gyp'' Y'
for a business trip to Virginia. education. While in town Mr. Rooneywas Last Sunday was the first day of KENDEE CONCERT PARTY an organization with considerable' platform experience,
a guest at the home of Mr. and the big Christian education drive in which has met with universal approval. Trios, Duets, and Solos, cotch Impersonations,

Rub-MyTlsm kill Infection. Mrs J. W. White. the Methodist churches throughoutthe Violin Solos, all happily and charmingly presented. I "
South, the object being to raise LECTURE 1IY PROF. MILTON DISOWN on "The Problem of the Unprepared" A clear ,
Mrs. J. H. Ritch spent Friday in No. I Chufa Seed at White's Store. $33,000,000 for Christian education In forceful, interesting speaker on a vital, up-to-the-minute subject. '

Raiford advertising the Southern 6-3-2t the schools, colleges and universities
CHautauqua, which begins here today.L. of this denomination. The quota of THIRD NIGHT ;:
Peaches plentiful here this
Oviedo spent thefirst are more the Stork church was $4.208 and the "CAPPY lUCKS that delightful combination of Irresistible humor and thrillingty dramatic -
E. Jordan, of season than ever before. A tree on ,
of the week as a guest at the i J. W. Andrews, Sr., premises is so subscriptions amounted to $4,885. The situations. A play you wouldn't want to miss for the entire price of your season I'y'1'
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. loaded with fruit that the limbs Jacksonville district quota was $85- ticket, complete with costumes' and beautiful scenery. i..
881, which has already been over-nub- ,i
threaten to break.
We pay you cash for eggs and scnbed. FOURTH NIGHT #'J

chickens. J. F. Kickliter. B-22-2t Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, ,.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Cooper wishto I MERRYMAKERS QUINTETTE, the largest singing organization on the program. Melody I.

Half soles from 75 cents to $1.26. 'Paul home Ernest tomorrow, are expected from Tallahassee to return, expires their thanks through the music and mirth, dainty impersonations, delicious comedy, original 1 music arrange- ,.1,
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It. Telegraph to the community for sympathy ments. A program unique and satisfying./
Electric Shoe Shop, Starke. the two '
where they have spent* past and contributions. It will be LECTURE BY liON. THOMAS F. PARIS, "Community Welfare." A man whose work

Mrs. L. E.Jordan and little son left months. remembered that the Cooper' home l lit sincerely appreciated and enthusiastically approved everywhere he goes. lie will hold :.

Wednesday for their home in Oviedo. Mrs. J. A. Morgan\ has returned was totally destroyed by fire about a you spellbound while he talks of things worth while. ;

Mrs. Jordan has been visiting her home from East Palatka'; where she PEACHESI FIFTH NIGHT :

sister, Mrs. T. J. Griffin. had been at the bedside and at the will soon be shipping peaches. "

funeral of her brother, Mr. S. Hlg- Write for }>rlt'es. L. M. Jones, Mo- ROBERT O. BRIGGS, better known as "Smilin' Dob," an entertainer just bubbling'over iJ .;1
Mr; and Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Hampton ginbotham, who died at the age of 83 lena, Ga. 6134t. with unique and refreshing humor. A musician, cartoonist, humorist and impersonator, 'I\

and Mrs. Mollie Pinholster. of years. with a personality all his own. You will like him. t '_
Jacksonville, were dinner guests Sunday To Stop a Cough Quick, LECTURE BY DR. W. It. CADY who conducts scientific experiments, with Illustrations 'II

of Mrts and Mrs. F. A., Scott. See take. HA YS': HEALING HONEY. a I while he talks on "the Birth and Death of Worlds." An Intensely Interesting combination .
by of entertainment and lecture-unusual and different. "
Ladies.,. now Is the time to (jetHall's G. C. DriggersLAKE heeling h.e wmeedd sadluated I THE COUNTY FAIR, a pageant, will be given on this night also, by the children of this .
A box of GROVE'S OPENTRATESALVE community. Come and see your ownchildren take part In the Chautauqua program. J J'I
1 for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
BUTLER FLA. TilE SOUTHERN CHAUTAUQUA SERVICE furnishes this entertainment and the Uu- 4
Medicine Croup la enclonea' with every bottle of 'I ,
Catarrh _" eont11- HAYES': HEALING HONEY. The salve reau is conceded to be one of the very best In the country. All these attractions can b# ,iII
Bon These will who noUr are In that a "run Catarrh 40 bolha Agent should be rubbed on the chest and throat heard for a trifle. It is entertainment, instruction inspiration, brought to our door, and !'
they are In of children: suffering from a Cold or Group !
tbam much" m"ra than when afford to miss It.
MARBLE WORKS no one can
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Catarrh. .. a local oil....... It Is lr'"e..UY .4.1.the. throat oamMnnd web the bet.* Oont oTam
lnflu na4 by conatltutlona.1 non.iitiona For all kinds of Tombstone and Mo.- O-P.a>-,.... terra Uraafb UM pana tit
lULL' CATARRH MF.DICINB la a Uw akta ami MUM a eouah. Benefit Woman's Club Starke Florida
4 I< Tonic and Blood I'urUl.r, and acts througlj Hmcnt A portal card addressed torn* Both"-....si paekad In oa*aartm sod theeat I ;
tb.' blood upon the mucous mrfacae ct tin tc-Modu.stms.tM5k. m :
I, the 1104,.. tha reducing the Inflammation. at Lake Butler, Fla., will bring mt t. Just ask your dragglst for HAYES I ,
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FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1921.
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.AGE Six BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. < -
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l'ep, got my hat most full. cemeteries have been the mecca of the home of Mr. and Mrs. II .E. Moor.er .

: Well, come on. Here, Samantha, I thousands of reverent tourists. during' the weekend.W. .
ii Bradford County Farmers I brought F. Atkinson, of Brooker, is visIting
I you a smart little boy to help But now these beautiful cemeteriesare
at the home of J. Padgett.
you about the chores. Her see whata taking'od the appearance of un
nice lot of\eggs/ he has gathered up kempt rubbish dumps. The work of Arthur Moorer was a visitor to

USB MORE MILK IN THE HOME erica and butter and cheese factories. I the society, which is recognized ai already. disinterring the bodies has begun, end Hampton Friday.

At More ice cream than now made should lone of the leading fraternal insurance Where did you get/, all of the eggs? these silent citi'es of the dead are be-

N Dairy Industry Supplies Our Best be made commercially In the state in | societies, will again assume its In the boxes in the boss barn. toming a panorama of gaping holes Every man knows how to attend to

r and Che.pe.t Food order to supply our own demand and progress, unhampered by any further My land, them's my setting bens and endless disorder. And out of his own affairs. A few of them do it.

to ship to other section.. We should 1 I dissensions in its ranks. It may be eggs./ Take them right back. What these holes are taken what? Boys This is a good country. It will con-

Dairying has ''u ups and downs In sell, not buy.CATTLE I of interest to our readers to know did you let that strange boy go mussing whom their mothers would recognize tinue to be a good country as long as

this state the same as elsewhere. As that the Woodmen of the World has with my setting hen for? Now No. Things without shape, at sight its people are good citizens. Let'

a rule the dairyman thinks he has KILLED ON RAILROADSThe I invested nearly four minion dollars they won't hatch, I'll bet. of which mothers would collapse. Our have no other kind.

the poorest business of anybody. But in bonds of this state and has con Be careful, boy don't break them. dead were burled hurriedly. There
be supplies one of the most life-giv tributed largely to the upbuilding of Put them back in the box .
monthly bulletin of the Florida same as was no chance for embalming, scarcely Servant Girl Wouldn't Go In Cellar
the whole world the state in sections in this
ing commodities in division of the Seaboard Air, Line I many you found them. even for rough pine coffins. Many Fearing Rats
t d of commerce. Railway contains some rather interesting manner. Fraternal statistics show What did you bring that boy out were laid to rest where they fell, their -
.
and distributed un- that the W. O. W. wrote 115,145 Mrs.; Tepper, Plainfield, N. :J., says
Milk produced applications here for He will to death.
: information for those who maybe worry me blanket a* their only shroud. And now
conditions is never dangerous for membership in the "Rats were so bad in our cellar the
der past
Whathi..
proper name?
working for or against an open these shapeless remains are being dug
harmful. No yoar, which Indicate. and rv.nt111'1: wouldnt go there. Bought
sr never one ever progress
Sliver.
,
from the earth -
the monthof
that sprinkled plentifully
It states during up ,
suicide in range. the future stability of the some RAT SNAP and it cleaned all
heard of murder or connection society. Sliver what
April there were killed on the FlorIda with disinfectant, placed In sealed
of milk. On the rata out" RAT SNAP destroysrats
with the drinking division of the Seaboard, six horses Says he haint got any other name. caskets and shipped to America.
wholesome and THE CASE AND THE EXCEPTION and mice. Absolutely prevents
hand I.
the other it
Where does he live?
174 cattle, 117 hogs and two goats, Poor fragments human beingsalready
in cake form'no
for the odors. Comes mix-
beneficial. It la good ,young making a total of 299 head of stock : Says he don't live anywhere. lie at Hoboken, N. J., un-
and it is good for the man of Doctor (to m.ld-I am Dr. Cure. ing. Cats or dogs won't touch it 8
baby, killed on this division during the I Imont.h well. And you bit? Swallowed hook and claimed.we are told, and the work of "
And for They have just telephoned me sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25 Sold and guaranteed -
three and ten 'earl.
a score )
and this embraces only partof line! Just like you. Where's my new bringing home the dead has merely i
to here How is
there is better come Immediately. by D. C. Jones, Starke*-Adv.
those of middle no
age the Seaboard railroad in Florida.It the patient T stove )bfgun. They have been dragged from I
food in sickness or in health. People further states that the total for I was going to bring out one but I the soil their sacrifice made sacred flit
do not enough milk M.ld-oh, doctor you have arrivedtoo the Quinine ..* flat Alien The IHJBMante
in general use
the same month last year was 880, late! died they are all sold out of that kind, but and where, as honored dead, they lay I
master not
My five ,
for best health, states Prof. J. M. of I lu mile aDd luM've elect LAXA-
+ but that the total for April of this minutes Snyder said they would have more in peace their graves carefully tended I 11,r BROMO QUNtNE: Club M*) ran be taken
Scott, of the Florida Experiment Sta- ago.DoctorWell I hr nnyunr wlchmit c.nin4 DcnmoioeM or rinpfm,
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year was an increase over March. In never mind. In this ; in tonight or in the morning. Seems their memory historic, and are tn tho head. t.W.CKOVtS .Iatatwa ou but oUo

tion.There other of using order to promote carefulness among case, at least, nobody can say that ,I everybody want this new kind of a brought home to be reburied by public I I
are many ways railroad men against the running was the cause of death. I stove. DeWitt C. Jones seems to keepup charity, or perhaps, to lie in dome
milk food than by drinking It ,
1c as down of livestock, the**bulletin states with the market; buys just what Potter's field. And what of those
whole. For Instance, Ice cream is a the recent case of an engineer and -THINGS TO FORGET the people want. That' why he gets who are claimed and taken to some DodUon' Liver Tone
wholesome and sociable of serving '
way ,: fireman on a train which came upona the business. lie is doing a big business family graveyard? Those who mourn
Buttermilk could be well
milk.
drink' herd of cattle on the track between If you see a tall fellow ahead of a with his bottling works these I them will soon be dead, too, and their Killing Calomel Sale
served the counter of soft I
over Tavares and Deadwood trestle, and crowd, hot days. It keeps his men jumpingto forgotten graves will be buried under!
Stands. There dozens of recipes
are who stopped the train and got: off and Aleader of men, marching fearless supply the demand. I saw them a mass of weeds. Had these heroe<5-
In modern cook books that call for ,
drove the animals to a safe distance and proud. run out several loads while I was in all of them; those who are uncial me J. Don't sicken' or salivate yourself. or

milk in some form. beI I and then proceeded with their train. And you know of a tale whose mere town. They seem to be doing more today'find those who will be forgotten paralyse your sensitive liver by taking "
The following motto ought to commended this action.In than all tomorrow-been left In alomel which is quicksilver. Your
The ,bulletin telling aloud business the-Hey, boy, to rest
adopted universally In this state: dealer soils. each bottle of pleasant,
"Ifrlnk milk who never drank contrast to it, it states that a traveler Would cause his proud head to in an- where did you put them eggs? France, their graves, as well as their harmless "Dod on'. Liver Tone" underan
now, ye on the Seaboard about the same guish be bowed Just. dumped them in that old box. memories would have been cherished! ironclad, money-back guaranteethat
dS before; and ye"who. drank of old, time counted six dead cows in the Its a pretty good plan to forget it. The hens were on the little boxes andI as long as France endures. i i it regulates the liver, stomach and

;a drink'still more. I ditch In the run from Turkey Creekto couldn't get them off. Cannot nothing be done to stop this bowels better sick-than 15 million calomel bottles without sold making .

FEED-CONSUMED- ; MILK PRODUCED Tampa. The' open range people If you know of a skeleton hidden Brown, you just go out and fix the hideous mockery of the living exploiting you
take satisfaction In the thought that awayIn'acloset hens, and send that no-count boy off of our hero dead? Cannot the -

the railroad company,'which can af and guarded, and kept the farm. He will drive me crazy.- profit-mad powers that worked thru ASPIRINName

Two factors determine whether or ford to pay, pays a good price for all from the day (Continued Next Week) mothers' grief' to have the govern- ''

: nut a dairy cow or a dairy herd Is t.heeellault'htered animals-or at In the dark; and whose showing, ment order the return of the war dead '

"?,: profitable, according to Prof. J. M. leant, a good; proportion of them-and whose sudden display, MURDER WILL OUT be exposed to the censure they justly! ( "Bayer" on Genuine

'd; Scott of the Florida Experiment Sta.I I that the stock owner gets the money. Would cause grief and sorrow and deserve?-Exchange. I n

tion. These factors are: ((1)) Cost of The cloned range people, on the other lifelong dismay Is this Burrows auto service ,station -
I ,7.4 feed consumed; (2) value of milk hand, find added chagrin in the idea It's a pretty good plan to forget it. ? THERESSA I

produced.\ Of course, there must betaken that the millions of dollars paid out Right you are; what can I'do for .

t4 into consideration overhead expenses by the railroad companies each year If you know of a thing that, will darken you? Theressa, June 3.-The union meetIng !-

but these two factors are the for such slaughtered animals becomesa the Joy There is a man south of here broke which convened at the Baptist I II I

it main ones. part of the railroad operating expense Of a men or a woman, a girl or a boy down. He sent me to town to get help.I church last Friday, Saturday and I

t, Without knowing what these factors and Is added to the cost of passenger That will wipe out a smile or the least am to ride back with you and show Sunday'' was a success in every way.

are, the dairyman cannot tell and freight service, for which I way annoyA where "he is. He wants you to haul Large crowds were present, from all

jf 'what his profits or losses will be. they and their free-range friends are fellow, or cause .any gladness to his car in. parts of the county, and the meeting

With it, he con tell whether or not I'I' paying with almost every purchase or cloy, All right. Hop in and show me was thoroughly enjoyed.H. .

( the,herd Is paying or not paying; and, sale they make.A It's a pretty good plan to forget it. where to go. S. Roebuck and son, Bennie, of Beware! "'Vol...,. you see the Bam

if he cares to figure the individual Go out this way. You never would Gainesville, spent the week-end here "ltayw' on pacJtage or on tablet. you.
an not
ii tow, the same Information concerning FARMER WHO FARMS FIGURES< 'JIIAT COUNT' find him unless I show you. This Is' attending the union meeting.S. scribed. by'getting physicians genuine for Aspirin twentyZone pre

tier can be determined.Such -, the way. He is lost and broke downany B. Woodard and son, Samuel, years i and proved oafs by millions. Take

information makes it possible Every week-day Stance people see :The last census pr I j for
,, : to weed out slackers or-cows that a large wagon, drawn by two big, fat, interesting' figures. It shows there swamp. Thurlldayafternoon. ._ tiltlJ1.Colds Earache Beadaehs. Neuralgia' h6Um*"
Toothache
do not produce' enough to pay for gray horses, come to town loaded are more than 6,000,000 families, who Hello, stranger.! In trouble? A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. for l'all1. Handy tilt boxes-of Lumbago twelve .and

[their keep. with truck, such as Irish potatoes, own their own homes. Reckoning five I should say I am. M. Phillips Sunday, the 29th inst. Tablets of Aspirin cost few oeMs Dnur-Bayer

The dairyman who buys all his feed sweet corn, beans, cowpeas, cucumjbers persons to a family 30,000,000 people What are you doing down in this Miss Evie Woodard, of Starke, wasa gists the! also eeillarger packages! Aspirin
is trade
will find that the cost of the feed eat- etc., sometimes eggs and chick- live in these home. But this is not neck of the woods? visitor during-the weekend at the 01 MOIlcetlcacideat mark of Bayer Manufacture

. I : ton during the year by one cow will | ens. The wagon delivers at the stores all. There are 12,000,000 savings bank Well, I was following some fisher home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and of ,Saltoyliaaaid.'

.)\ duet about equal the value of 850 gallons I such wares as the merchants have a depositors who have to their credit men. Did not want them to see me Mrs. S. B. Woodard, and While. here How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of Rats-
: of milk. If, then, each cow In i sale for, then it'goes to the depot and $0,000,000; and 10,000,000 holders of but they gave me the slip and I land. attended the union meeting. Farmers Heed

;' the herd la to return a profit, it is evident the rest of the contents are unloaded ordinary life insurance policies totalIng ed in this here swamp. Johnnie Williamson, of ,White Dr. H. H. Butler says, "I use RAT

: that each one must produce considerably there and shipped to other parts. ,,more than $30,000,000,000. And What you following them for? Springs, was among the visitors here SNAP around my hospitals every 8

' 0 more than 350 gallons during The owner of the outfit Is G. B. New this is not all. There are 7,000,000 Shiners Sunday. months whether I see rats or not. It

the year. I som, a big, hearty, kindly man, who investors ,in transportation and manufacturing Naw, I wanted to find Benny's pool Miss Estelle Grady, of Jacksonvillewas does the work-RAT SNAP gets 'em
At present the average dairy cow looks as though he was living off the corporations whose capitalization where they get all the big fish, blame the guest of Mrs. H. E. Moorer every time. I recommend it to

/: of Florida produces less than 300 fat of the land. And so he Is; nobody runs way into the billions; take It.Hitch.' during the week-end body having rats. Don't wait every until.

gallons milk annually. This low yield starves around him, for he proving that there are more real capitalists on and pull me to town. I'll Quite a number of Starke citizens there is a brood of rats, act immediately
is due to several causes. The aver makes the earth give up its richness, than Is generally supposed. get them next time. attended the union meeting here during see the first 3 sizes
you
one. ,
); age cow is of no particular breed, just and the products that are not used or These are figures that count in a Well, here we are. Now what you the week-end. 1 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed

a plain cow. Her ancestors were never sold In their natural state, are converted most reassuring way. With so many want done? Miss Frances Murrhee, of Graham, by D. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv.
.5 heavy, persistent milkers. She has I into beef, pork, milk, butter, home owners, savings bank depositors Cast your eye over her and see was among the Graham people who I .
' + not been developed along dairy lines. chickens and egga. policy holders and investors, there is what she wants. were present at the Christian conven- I

To obtain good, heavy, persistent Mr. Newsom rents the old Hoehler not the ghost; of a chance for Bolshevism Well, in the first place your bat tion here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Ii WEAK

milkers we must breed and select animals place on the north side of Crosby lake or any other ism to gain control tery's gone blimp. Do you want a and Mrs. Ed Smith and children i NERVOUS .

I for that purpose. Feeding, of owned by Truby & Howe. lie cultivates I through government or otherwise of new one or want to rent one until I of Gainesville, were visitors here Sun-

course, has its eft'ectslpon the milk 00 acres. This place is one of the wealth of the country. For with can rebuild your old one. Cost you day.Mr. ALL RUN-DOWN

flow, but feed alone cannot change the the best in this section, but even the wealth so widely distributed among 25 cers a day to rent one, then you and Mrs. Jim Sloan, of Sampson I

i; individuality of the animal. best land is unproductive unless the I the common people a majority tor' a can come back and I'll have your old City, were visitors at the homeof

farmer is a hard and intelligent! work. "revolution" is impossible to obtain. battery fixed up good as new. You Mrs. John Phillips Sunday.W. .
DAIRYING BEGINS TO GROW er. That Mr. New om is both no one When men 'town homes, have surplus ought to have a patch put on this tire.I W. Packham was transacting Humri Lady Suffered Unlit! Sits

i a doubts who sees the results of his earnings, protection for their familiesand can do that in a short time while business in Hampton Monday.Mrs. 'Tried"

; The years 1916 and 1917 mark the farming. investments that are profitable, you are washing the mud off and Susie Goodman and little son, duL4al' "RenJtWa.

beginning of a lI'ener.llntert'at in dairying This week he will load a car with they are not going to risk any experiment cleaning the gear. Here is the hose of Starke, attended the union meeting Sorproinf;."-Got AIo.,

': Systematic tick eradicationwas watermelons for the northern mar- In government/, or in economic and plenty of water. Hop to it now Saturday and Sunday and while here
taken up about that time. I Vets. Ills melons are very large and theory however plausible it may be and 111 put in the battery and patchup were guests at the home of Mr. and Lute, Bccamte Normal' i

+, Interest began to develop in the plentiful. This will be the first car- made to appear.FARMER. the old tire. Better let me sell Mrs. S. B. Woodard.J. and HeaItJa '

dairy industry not only because of load of melons sent from slarke, andit you a new tire. Selling them cheapnow. R. Seville, of Graham, was a visitor ,

the higher market value of dairy is hoped the venture will be so profitable : You can run the old one a spell here Saturday and Sunday, taking -

products, but from a greater appreciation as to encourage; others. Given I BROWN and have the new one on the car for In the convention. Springfield Mo.-"My back wa* M

of their food value. the right kind of farmer and average I extra. J. P. Hall, of Jacksonville, was the weak I could. hardly stand up and t
This interest was largely brought land, it is no trouble to live well and Well, there you are. All fixed up! guest of 'relatives here during the weald have bearing-down pains and
about by home demonstration agentsIn have a fat bank account in Bradford Well, here we are, boy; this is my good as new. Got out of this' scrape week-end. )I"). sot well at any time," says Mrs
V. Williams, wife
ot a well-knowa
co-operative extension work. Miss county.OF farm. mighty cheap. Mr.and, Mrs. H. D. May and children farmer on Route 6, this place. "1
Agnes Ellen Harris, at that time the Now I want you to help about the When you need anything in my line of Cyril, and Mrs. L. M. Hagan, kept getting headaches and having taKO
state home demonstration agent, realizing INTEREST TO WOODMENThe chores around the house and barn a* call again. You will find me at the of Hampton, were visitors here Sun- to bed." continues Mrs. William
the groat need of developmentin feeding the stock, gathering the eggs, old stand, Burrows Auto Service Sta. describing; the troubles from which

this branch of agriculture/ employed I Supreme court of Nebraska has feeding the chickens and hogs, bringIng tion, Starke. Tell your friends aboutme. day.Mrs.. Bonnie Williams, of Graham she CarduL obtained jfy relief husband through. the use et
beard
a specialist for dairy work in the handed down a decision in the Woodmen in the wood and water, helpingmy spent Saturday and Sunday here with 01 Cawul. proposed getting, having It for me.

fall of 1917. of the World case, in which the wife on wash days. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Youngblood. -I saw after taking some Cardnl
A From the beginning to the present go-called "insurgent" element of the Say, boss, you don't want much for DESECRATION OF THE DEAD Mr. and Mrs. L. W. . that I was improving. The result
Baylor and
time demonstrations and other helps society sought by injunction to pre- a cent du you? daughter, Miss Ella, of St. Augustine was surprising. I felt like a different

have been given to those. seeking to vent the carrying Into effect the new Well, I'll try you for a spell. Here If God's course settles upon anybody spent a few days here the first of the, 'Later J suffered from -weaknea s

improve the quality\ and quantity of rates adopted by the Sovereign Camp put the mule In the barn. Here, thatIs it should rest on those men who week with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Young. and weak back and felt all run-clo_

their dairy products. The first noticeable convention In 1919, and which became the cow shed. Here is the barn. have been exploiting the grief of mothers blood and Mr and Mrs. H. E. Moorer. I did not rest well at night I was s.

results were secured by Mrs. Etta operative January 1, 1920. This suit Now take oft the gear. of war heroes to put money in The convention had lie nervous and cross. My husband said
some good would
t Matthews in Hernando county. She was first brought in the lower courts How do you do that? their own pockets. speakers to get me some Cardnl. which"
address It
the gathering JSJ"4 strengthened . My
me
started campaign for a cew in every of Nebraska, the home state of the Now look. This way, and hang it More than 70,000 American dead among them being Rev Russell of, Bald I cot along fin, I..was I*
home which resulted! an immediate society, and was decided in favor of on this peg, so. Now feed him 4 ears were buried on the battlefields of Jacksonville, Rev. Smytbe of Gaines. good healthy condition I cannot

request! for a carload of purebred the W. O. W.. to which the "insur of corn-not that shelled corn. Feed France laid to rest where they gave ville: Rev. Mullady, of Hampton, EN say too much for it"Thousand.
there I element took and him that In the their lives for n,0' women haft suffered
dairy cows. Previously: were gent" exception appealed ear. a just cause. Fifty llott
Williams of Starke, J. B. Crews as Mra.
few milk cows in that county; hOW to the Supreme court. This How am I going to get all of this thousand of these bodies, we are told, of New River, J. R. Beville, of Gra-, found ... THJ111 from describes tile use.of yawl Cardni.they

t there is a milk station which hips body! has had the question under consideration corn in his ears at once T are to be} brought back to his country ham Rev. Daugherty, of Hague. Bine It has helped M ttny. yo.

,l Milk} throughout the year. for the past three months You little fool I didn't tell you to for reburlal. Why Because Mrs A. J. Lowery and son, A. J. heuld troubled not hesitate to try Cardnt U
: Because of the large number of win. and the decision Just rendered will be put It in his ears. Put it In that' box money-hungry min played on the Jr., of Jacksonville hr Asia with. womanly aflments.
were visitors '
at
ter tourists our milk supply! for that of-interest to the members of the society In front of him. grief of gold star mother to line. everywhere ...*

season is always,taxed to its utmost, in this section. This decision, Oh, sure, any fool ought to know their own pocket '- --- ---.---- .- --. .
while In the summer there is often a coming as it does from the Supreme' that, but you said In his ear. In all France there is no ,more' Inspiring Big Redaction In Prices You will make mistake
surplus. This cau.es.high prices in court, would seem to be final, and as Now while I look after some other sight today' than the big cemeteries a

winter and reductions In summer. the membership generally throughoutthe things you see how many egg yon for American dead. Row after zer without getting our new pricelugts Issued.yourt Plenty

' There should be means of disposingof state has been much disturbed by : can find and we win take them to row of well-kept mounds, each sur- of Materials, prompt shipment. Order

this summer surplus at reasonable the; agitation of certain elements in Samantha a* a kind of peace offering. mounted by a neat white cross, runs Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. now. Fertilizers, Insecticides -

and fair prices. There ]a ample reason the society', it Is now believed that I' Put them in your hat. almost as far a* the eye can see.

for the establishment of cream. the matter Is definitely settled. and Are you ready T Carefully tended by the French these JACKSONVILiSPAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLBGRAPU. STARKB.; FLORIDA.
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.,-, b hereby inn: that the following described ride will be sold. *t publle auetlon I. B.. T. I. A OwBr Onto 1...

H FIRST MONDAY IN JULY. 1D21. It being tha till day of .Id month, before th I NW W of NWW\ A awl,( of S I, Lot 10 A DeaeripIlM M 11 aara of SH ot 11M. T. E. A Owner A CeriB
.Howe Boor. at Stark.. In Bradford County State of Florida. or ao much thereof .. W Wi ----I. 4 It 84 Ideal Amarlcaa Corporatlem 10.48 Lot 10 .
lit iiMearr to par the amount due for thee **t oppoiiu the aama tnrethar with the I w34 a7Nwj.TTNHAU. ) at 8W14 Lot 11 esarpt 8 ..... in Oor i 7 M (60 L A Brown 81.18
"' .u.,h aaia and advartiain I a _...- ...l1 4 II roo Ideal American Corpor .. 18.11 A NH of Lot 18 i
E. W. BATES, Tax Collaetor. except 6WWf'NEU 8154: _l7 4" 100 Ideal American Corporation !.... 8H of SH of Lot t-A'- SH- of L 755 lit A A HBWBt 24.11
Lo' I _-81. It I' Ideal AmociaaB CorporaUoa ,
.111 Lot 10 except N II aorW i i N 48to M Shaw Jr. 16.18
Deecd"1'. R. 4 Owna I"I Grr NE34 8E A Wt of NE I SH of Lot 4 i i N L T Shaw 7U7
Way of W34 B H of Lot 11 except 1 lot 50
14 of NW14 of AW4a Btt tot 1 ....II. "1 111 Ideal............ Corporation 18.08 ft et A west br lit ft N yA

IrlM Wail ;F CI..... Nofa IEs of 34I a I W3kNW3 I A 8 in 8W Cor) __ 7 T tt tt If B Brown 1446
WWI_-- -1/ 4 1. 10 Mr. Ida AndanoB '.17 A 8W\o NH of NEW : I 7
of NW34 .......... I I II 10 Mn. Ida Anden t.Bl ( . -I. 0 I' 106 Ideal Amerloaa C.epontr..17.15 NWW a9W4of14E34. It 120 Mn Eats H_ au: ...

of SE ----- I II I" Y. B. Powell 104 NEWof. NEW A W K of $L4 I eept 1 are in SE Cor) ___ I 7 WT 199 A B Shaw '
L of arvg A. Lota; 1 and ........II. II 617 1daaJ CorporatkmUnknown 7SIO 88 S8 'ftf
of BE 8W10 I II 110 W. W. Chi.holm EM 11:M 8 NW>i of 8W ______ I 10 II 44 11aaa ,
of NE ->-1. I II 49 W. 0. wlllrma. 414 SH of NEW of SEW, _. 1 1.0 10 8.81 Nis of 8W* ot 8w"l,, (I..p' 111 I1J
of JoiW k Nay or 8W34 _14 I II StD M. H.Philip. NatU. It.TS: SEW of !NWW\ of BEW .__ 1 I I' 10 Mn N.WsMMoHrr. 8.81Amarlou _.___ I Ill no.. Bavlll t.ia
of NW ____II I 18 10 Nettle. ,. .il W34 of NEW of NEW A SEW: Cam4eo "ft"w"of"B"ilnV": .f SW
of BRs4 ______U I UI 110 M. H. Nottle lt.lt of :E""ofWS'Z of NEW A W U of SWW on N aide of Rr
of SW (..eapt 8 .0 ,da) Itr 4 I I" (It Ideal Amerloaa Corporation 10.01 right of war and run N lit ft
all SW of Bw3 111 of.nch 8 Wi4 iN 8E34\;: __ __ ___ 8 I It 40 A L Smith ? i '..nI W mo> ft., 8 to ..b' of #
fut B 10 Jido) --11 11$ II J. P. William Ltl }jj& lyobW34 NH ot war, thenoa B: on riebl of way
of J>1&W of tfE!: I I I 86 4BO Ideal Amarlaan OorporatlomAmartoan 71.81JtJ to pt of ben- .. 8 T ttT W M
NIII of NW" ODd N II 1.94a Los 1 A f A Ng of Lot a -_ 0 I" 100 14oa1 Corporation Lot I of Blk 1 iDwit; ,-.= B tt ..! L.r : 1.11
of 8K4( of NW44 a N fcU of NEW A :NWH' of BEW 6WH I St ISO ideal Amartoaa Oorporauoa lot 9 of Blk 1 In Ward City 8 7 St T'vYBrdV .7t
I" ..- of SW4a of" NW"I' 1 11 nl W. H. Nettle 8141 of NEW.. A SH; of NWya 88WV ii. 140 P P 1:0.... ... ..... , *...1 Lot 8 of Blk 1 In W.rd Cltr 8 155 E: .I Ward .__ .7t:
of SWv, aB11 4aer.o0 of BWW _ _________.. I I" 40 0 1 Moor ..... : LHE' Lot 10 of fllk.) In Ward Cly 8 719 .. J 8 Poaytk .. ..7t
4 of NW44 -----.1/ 1 II 81 J. L. Ra dl. __ ItAt of NE" a, BW34 of SWa Lou.7 A Blk 8 In .rd-
B 18 14 area E4 otIW4 a 14W34 l6Eoo City ___ =_ I
8 7 10 ._ L W C..1Ip .
f\f'E'' 0asd 1 I" 14t Ideal America nOorporetloa 41.87 f Ward .11
E of .A
S a % aw Fraot Blk In Cns T 16 James R tiroorar .N
SE34 _--___....li 1 II 291 J. L. Hardln . 48.71 Tra.te 1 0 4 6 1.9$ofBik Lot. 1 A S of Blk 10 Ward

6 86 sores of BE34 of NII: _11 I 11 11 W., H. NcttMi 8.41 I o. NW34 of NICI' _lit B>, lAy ....... P Ward ... 1.41 "
of NWi4 01 NWor !oIE'4 .. -i--i"of i'I' u
a Ely or NW'4 a E3y of Lota 8 4 8 6 Blk

'\ ----__2o 111 450 J. L. llardla .._, 'fl." '.11 11110 8 or IIE\4 of HEY: -45 5 to 78It Robt T Smith ... 14.78 in Ward City -_.____,. 8 "I w Jam** R Croon 18.81
'4 of NWy -- PI I II 10 J. L. Bardln ... 4..4 SEr4 of SE', of SE\4\ __J' I" Frank 0 Mo....* . 8.18 Lou t A 10 of Blk 10 in Ward
t4. of NE34 _________--2tof I 1. 10 1. W. William a..4 BWIoa of NW34 of 6V: _1' B5 10 Ann Haina ,. .. 1.11 Cltr/ . --.-__.._._.___.. 8 "to W W Ward LO'
SW" aEIyoNW8Wt 6E'", of 8W\4\ of 8Wi4 .___1' I" Stella Uraham. LII Lot 18 of Blk 11 In Ward Cltr 8 7 It __ T P Ward ......... ., 1'
8 f sons In 811: Cur of Way of NE'4 of NW34 of SW .10 I 18 Itt Grant Harton 1.44 Lou S A 7 of Blk 11 In Ward

\I of NW34 of BW _____-11 I 11 .1 D. w. Mattt . 1018 E of SE of 8W,' of NW -- S ttat Lucy Bain _ I." City . ._______.I M ... T P W.rd . .. I..'
or NEa N34 .of 8E"1I I II 120 W. H. NettUa' . 1871 E of NW of NW" ofj _10 I I Fred J Smith. ... 1." Lou 8 A 8 of Bk 11 In Ward
of BW4.a SW 01 IIE"21 I 11 .0 J. W. Keen. 11:111of : 1'1' 44 01 NE of NW34 '10 I" 10 Frank MoOranor '.11 CltI' ____ 1 Ill W W Ward . 141
5E 4. II I 11 10 J. J. Nettle __ 684 SW loa of NE _ __._______.10 1.0 40 Carrie. M Smith '.If Lot. *! "A"t"of Brk"i in Ward.
of 1'1' E4 .____-----.25 11 10 J. J. Nettlo _.,__. 8B4 8E34 of NBW"Of.NWH..A' : W'" .. _._ City __._.._________... l 'I' B: J Ward . 1.41
[.{, of NEW ____--21 I 11 10 J. W. Keen 684 of NEW. orNW4WW4 l Lot 8 of 51k K In Ward Otr .. 1 7 It ._ W W Ward w. .., .,* 1
4 of NE44 _4I 11 10 M... M. V. Blae.Vw.ider ..al NWV, SWV ofS Lou 8 A 11 of Blk 14 IB Ward
of SEW, ATwlToriEwof .-21 I 11 120 M A Blaekwelder __ ., 18.78 ..,. a34Noof" { of.8W H of citr -.. a 1 ttT T P Ward .... .. Lot)
BEtf ______.__---21 I 11 80 D C William -- U.8S KW\4 A 16WA of NEW of Lou 4 A 8 of Blk 14 In W.rd
of BE'? (amowt 4V4Cor ...... I. of RW W 7JWM No NWo_ 0 << tI'l--niik'-H--'D-wJ-. 8 ItT E: J Ward . I..
> Ljmm.TTi rl I 11 'II W F Smith .........u....._ 17.61 $W1raswl4of8Wg4of8W44 y NH of S W34 BW Lou ; .
of NEV4 Si of NE iMrtVl _____ S ItT W W Ward ....
B 18 Aeraa of NWJ4 of NB! BWV.. of 8WW of SEW ANH "A i"ofH5fk l( ln Word

NE14 of 8EU A NH ofTJEW ofVlWW of NEW City ....____._-_..__-___. 8 It W W Ward .. 1.41
WI4 ofBE'4 ___.____.....81 I II 181 R M Blelllnr. __._ 1498 of SEW, A, NH' otBEA: of flBW Lot S of BI1T In Ward Ol 1 rt8 7 tttt ._ R A Andrew 0.415
of NE ._______.___11 I 11 80 W W Chlahola Bt ,. 18 ti A 8WW, of BEW of SEW 1S 1.0 SBO Ideal American Corporation ".'11 Lou 1 1 11 A 11 of Blk It in
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of NW ____________8. a 11 80 A J Raulereou -..... ...._ 11:81: NEW of NWW -..-----__U I ttIt 40 Ellwood: H.,... . ....... 7.17 l..f.I""ofll..I.i.w: ---------. I L A Brown ..... IO,15
of NE __________...88 I 11 80 E P Dick 11.tt NH of NWW ______11 I BO4t R C Robert __ ., 187 aip 8 ; toIt ::: W W Ward ,7
of NW" of SW'4 k------_ 4 5 11 20 R M Jenkin. ...........-. 110 SKV4 of NEW .. ._______14NWW S MItt a D Lea . -- 10.8 Lou \\I A 10 of Illk 1\1\ In Ward
of NW'4 of 8W34 oIE 4 of BWW .10.0A InBW --------------1 l, T P Ward ................. 1.41
aw\< _. ---__________ 4 I 1. 80 Anita DeS. _.___ 10 MSO Cor . _________IB I 88 Pavld P Coffin _____ ,.., Lnu 111 A IS of Blk SO In
of A NHof BE" S 18 120 R M Jvnklni _______.___. .tl 8W34, of NEoW4y\. .. -__IB I SO 10 Mn Nellie M Morrell _ IIS Ward I ..1 i B J Ward Lao
120 ft writ of NE Cur of EH, of 8E>v4' of NWW ____-_..16. I 10 20 Fred II Tadden .rn.-..... 8..81 LoU B .ri.'iii'I; ; U
Inw\ of NEW and ra 8 69 ft. NKW; of NEW! A 6H of NWW Ward Clip .. __._ 8 7 84 __. Mm Galney 147
.t PO ft., north 60 ft., ..*t of NEVi A 8H nf NEW" A Nfi!: lot ( of HIM 81 In WardCity 8 7 80 __ R J MWard411e .__ .'1'
ft tO Pt Of bog ---------_ O I 11 Willi..... A Brown .___ its *.. of NWW NEW: of NEWof I Lot 6 of lilt 21 In Ward City .. 8 7 St W W Ward .75'.
.t NE Cor of NEW! of NB: 8WW A SEW __18 S 10 IBO Ideal American Corporation 80.OBto LoU 1 A H of Illk li In Ward
and run west on See lino 70 NWV4 of NWW, of NEU: AW3e City -... 1 7 10 T. P Ward UI
-1 ., south 80 ft to apt of bee of NWW A, SEW of BWW Lou B A II of Jiitii.-ln--WJ- "

.. rut 60 f4. .oatb 110 ft.. eKCrpt B Aln NB Cor ._._.___KEW I IS Unknown ... ..... 18_16 City 8 T In W W Ward. __ I."
lit CO ft., north 110 ft to pt of NEW, of BWW\ ,-......__..IBBis II to 10 F U Carpenter __ S.ISa.m lot 7 of 11SI--------------I 8 T 16 C B Pnaeott .. LII
brie In Providence _____ I S II Williams a Brown _____ LIt of SWW 1NWW soto 20'' Roaabrlla Coffin H<-B at BW Cur of BWV of BRl '
'aW\4 of ewvi __ __ 9 I 11 to Wlllism Price _______ 6.01 of SEW for NWW :::::...IB : 10 Eli. Moherv ....== 1.18 and run B on Bee line 607 .
"4' sores of NEV of BEI4 _.9 6 II 22 Aaa Keith ____.. 1.6Q NEW" of NWW of NEW!: _____....IBfcH I 20 10 A M White. .......____ 118 ft. thrnre N' t.. 8 tmunilMry ..f
,a IB .cree in SW14 known aal of NEW of BEW of BWW __IBWTj 1.0 6 Chri C Burkbsrt _.__.._ 118 Ward City, then. W 607 fl.
I Hounritraa Mill Site _____ 9 5 18 15 Weea" Pitta 188 0 of NWW.; A NH of BW __17bEW 1.0 110B Ideal American Corporation 14.H1 thvnne H to pt of lire -- -. a 7 it I B J Ward _-- 11.78 $4 I
lof'sw'w4orNW&Io.pt- .8 1 18 80 0 W Wiiliame __===_-,,18.89: ; of NE'J A WU, of NEW. Com at NE Cur of J. A. Ab-
r A EH of NWVi except 4 A In iMitt'a ......1<1,.".. lot and run B: .
IrM In NB' : Cor to church) and NW Cor A NH of SEW: _..17 I It 17. R J Andrew ______ 48.07 TO ft. B 1140 ft. W 7B ft.
|rth 23 sore of NWii of Lot 1 _______________.____.,19 1.0 80 Ideal American Corporation 12.63 N S40 ft to pt of beg In
8.4' ____10 6 18 40 8 D Jsma _.__.__.__. .U N' Lost 10 except 1 In SW 1>\\I'j\y..f!: SWW ..hh.____? 8 t 20 __ M... M.nr.ret Lever 8.17
acm of"SW 2"of"sWif"__10 5 IB 11 C D IMekiw _____.._ '.0' Cur A 8% of I INH 8 Hi of .:.* 1 A 8__18 5 ItSt R H Taylor __.___._____. 117 AU: of 611'42 8 "f Ry ... 7 It I A B Shaw ---.--- 1.11
of NEW -.._._._______11 6 18 40 Stoho" Jon. . _____ .... of Lot 11 ____________________K I 40 Tha American Truat Co.. EH of 8W34'exoopt ( acre* In : 1
of NWy4 _12 1 18 40 Sebey .lOll. . _.__--__._ .... NH of Lot I aicceptNH 8 A in 8BNFW AdmlnUlraton ____. 1.88 NW Cor> _____ --._____.______.18 7 10 71 Jama R Groover ,___ 10.11
|, of. 1E w vf"NE! W"A; EH"! "' Cor _________-__--_______18 I 20 84 Samuel W Brown ....._.. (.*4 NWV. of BWW A NH of BWWof
:\4 of ISEW (except S SH of"Li>t B ._______________.;_18 II 20 40 I M Mann ___.-___.i 8.S1 BWW, - .-__-- _-_ -----_.14 7 II to T D LiuihAeid ...___ '.'1 .
wet _____ 6- .17 8" 27 Berths Pries ____. 714BE34 of NEW ___..________ 20 11.0 40 Ideal American Corporation ., 8.H NEW of BEW ----.-...__________14 'III 40 A H Hhaw __ ... 861 .
SEIf N6IQ NWW\\ of 8W.t( ___._.___.___.21 1.0 ',,10 ) T Anderson ___ ,." H Id aoree of BEW of BWW ..11 7 St 10 Unknown _____ 8.18
of.NE", a g-8'>io, .c... BH rE NWW Stso SO Unknown 4.88 8% of BWW of NEW\ A .SVrt
Eli of NEo' 8E:\,; AW pyjtof SEW :=::::._:::U : 40 Mn .lotte.Q.-.rI.-..-... 7.17 44E'1.o NWW .
of NEW of 6EW and SV4 One lot 180 ft N"A B "br"lOO ftK BWW NWW r.B'I..*

SEW ...--___--_w--17 S 1( m A F Footer ._________ 21.01 ,: 41 Win N ECor of A.C.L. .. A eita&li"ats Cell H acre W of Pratt .
of NEW of NEW A It, and public road croulnc In branch. and Sacrr* for I>edancrmctery

of NEVI) A NH ofSWK\ of John.town . ._.___.___.__..29 I to F A Maltby ._____.__ ) ---.---v.16' 7 18 ISO 0 W Melvln. -.---_. 11.76
:.y _-_11 I 18 Rn R W William __. ._ 11.28 NE44 except Lot 10 of Blk 28 Com at a pt; '189L'w( of NB'
.f NE'4 .__._____ 5 18 RO Tom Gordon __ .Y _... 11.88 Vn'NWW. of NEW A SWW' of Or of WH o( HE\<.. run W on .. .
of NWI' ______11 6 1. 40 nuek Williams .____ 8.8' NWW A SW",I. 4 of #;E-21 I SO 440 Ideal Amerloan Corporation 74 II 8e line '738 ft, ihenoe 8 H
of .___._...18 I 18 .0 Tom G..rdo.. ________ '..8'.f Lot 7 8 1of Blk Nay n John mile thnnre E 788 ft, thence N .
War of NE4 .__.___2' I 11 .0 Eil.n Hu.t _.___. 8.fHI town . ____.-_____-_______88N'i II 20 A L Smith ..-. 7.47 to |it of lie* -.._. _________ ....17 7 10 "U B J Ward .________, 10.OSa
of Nf.\ or Lot 1 ___. ...l7 I 18 80 Bebop Jo... . 12.88 of NWW except 1 A In SWNWW Beit at a pt HID ft W of NK ,
of BW34 ________....,44 I 1P .n A .I Wdkoe.on ______._ T.I'I Unr ------_--..._.S 10 78 P' Denmark _____. 14.18 Car of NWW\ run W on H.. '
1 : NW34 8g : : : C.,org. Wllllame I 5.86I "of" 8W"WNEWoNEVi} _._-______?_.._26 I El> 40 John I' Coffin .______. 7.17 line 4HH ft to NW Cur of BH r
:"f 8144: ____=::=== 1It Unknown .,-.:=::::= 7.17: !: ____.__.___._ _____27 8 20 40 Unknown . ____ 7.17 of NWW, thenc H 14 mil. tu
of IIE',4, _. 6 6 .0 A A Douglws ______ 7.11 SH of NE'a NH o' SEW __-_.27 I 10 1BO Ideal American Corporation 8 line. of .aill Nwg. thanes
[,'if NEW" ofTNEW"A SEW"of Loulna Andrew . .__ 17.88 K: 4HH It, throne N tn lit of lie-17 7 10 10 T P Ward ___ 847
':W (except Ry right of way)_. 7 I 18 88 A A Doug.. ._______ 10.88 W14 a 8V, of SE4' ..-_ .27 8 10 400 Ideal American Corporation 87.40 SH of Lot 1 (except Kr right uf
f, of ShW -_-________u I 111 .0 A A Walker .__ 6,61 Eu. of NEW A SWW of NEVi way and I... I lot BuxlOO ft on
| of NEW 0.-- .. Rr right ofrif'NBjiTiiiiiiii a EH of 8WH A BF.W: _.._____11 I 20 140 Ideal American Corporation 7048 N' akin .if U,.) ____ ._____...IS 7 SO Mn J H Shaw ..... ...._. 4.41
_ 22 I 10 74 D G 1.ltrr ____ U.I' In BE ('or of BWi of SW4 Seetlen lt-8-St tot B .- -_____ ________..-18 7 SO HOaoo C N Sh... __ n.'"
: _.__...'J A ItIt 40 () A Powell ___. 8.10 Lot 48 of Blk 4 F. N. Andrew* Lot 4 ll; A ._.____ ._. ____ _._18 'III Unknown . 84.116
I 80 C G M..k. ___....16.99 add to Lake Hutlor -__ _..__ ._ J A Murr.il 1.14 I BW34 of NEW A BBI4 of NW ,
: SW W A aWMroTBE W -" : It I. :: Stokes -- 11.8* Lot 48 of Illk B F N Andrew* odder Vi" A NB.W: of SWW, A NWWo
of NW34 _-24 19 rg F Forsyth : .::: 5.611: _ __ __ . 168 Unknown. . ....... ... I
I NW34 -- to Lake Butler __ __ ____ ___ _____ __ F K Caaon I." I nr. |2 .-________________S* I 18 16 W S DI'1/.n' ____. 11.8 In SVfc of Lot 11. Bertlon SO-B-tt NF"i of NW'6 BIS acre* of
[of NEy of TWW\ A; 6H of E'k ot Blk 4 orluinal I I town of NWW of NWW _-, --- _--_2I 7 tt Bt Unknown . ____ t.48
4ia.Vsoftof8W54ofVt9 Lake Butler _-- --_-__.....-........... __ The American Trust Co.. F.81':1": :' of SKJ4 __ ______._.A 7 SOT 10 R O) Oroorar __ Lot
NE\4 ______28 I 1. 100 R F Tyra _.. 11.11 Com at BE (.or of Blk 0 A run Admlnuitraton .. !.. .., '..0' Wft of N4434 of SWW A BW
.. ot" SEW of"EW SH N 126 ft. W lOll ft, S 2. ft, >Z ot BWW _m_- _- __---..*. 10 td R O Cross .. ... ...._ '.11
SEW\\ ofTiEW of b1fV.82;: I It 15 R 0 Parrih ____ 2,76 E 82 H ft. B 100 ft. E BSH ft Com 00 chn. W of NE Cor of
of NW A NEW of SWW_. 8 I 18 120 R J Andrew ____ 20.1 to bt'ir In original town of Nee IB and run S 61) chn. W

I of NEW'A BWW of NW% Lake Duller ________ _.___ ___ Mine Catharlna HairtaonMl __ 11." 20 chn. N BO ohm, R SO chn.bi .
I 8V _ ____.__________ 4 S 10 .40 R J Alld.... .________ 7687of Com .t NE Cor of Blk 9 a run pt of 'braI I IBM B M aona .
N63 ___"____________ I S 1. .0 R 0 P.rr..h ___.__._ 8.8' 8 75 ft. W 106 ft N 78 ft, E of N IJO chn:), also com michn t,
of NE1 A W H of NEW 105 ft to ben In original town W 8fI NK ff"1 .r 1
EH of 14W34 A sww ot of Lake huller .. ____-._.... ** Catharine Rarriwra_ '.1' and run i : Ii.
yI II Sty _________ I I 1660 R J And.... .___ 118 EH!: of all land Irln N of Blk 0 thunoa 8 BHO ft, W 1184 ft, NUKU [100
of NEW "A BE34 of SE'4 _. S S ItIt 80 R .I Andrew ... 11.20of to lake 'I A In original town of ft. 10] UH4 ft to lit nf "" 11.21 7 |o 141 Parry Newaoaa .__.. "(.01 .
NEW: A SII4; of oI1I4: _. 'I I 120 J 0 Crawford 18.71 Lake Butler ____________________._ Mia Bill Whltworth 441 Com at NW Cor of Be SB and. t
_ __________ A S 18ID 820 R .I Andrew ___ 411.11 All lit 47 of Blk 18 8 of A. C. run 10 188 yd*. S 440 yd.. E 4KByl 1 mat 8.JJ
'4 II NE34 of 8W34 .____ 9 I 1100 R J And.... __ .0.0 L Railway exei-pt B ISO ft laoriKlnal ... to W line of Mill land a "
34 of BW\4 .______.__._11 I 18 10 L G Johnson ___ 8,86o town of Lake Butler ._______.__ The American Trust Co.. thiinco 8 880 gds W 4IS yaw ( :Ira
NW'4' of.NE4 a 8W34 W lOll ft of Blk 28 in original Admlntatratoia ,. __.... S.'0 H 440 ida W 4ett yda to SWCor '.
NE\ ..______.__11 I 1. 60 J R Whltehun' ____ '.11 town of Lake Butler _______ .. __ J N Cain ___. 6Jt of Sea; SB. then. N BOchn. It'f;
'4 of BW'4 ____ _.._______Hl 1 18It 10 N B PsrrLh __ '.11 Com I SB ft N of 8B! Cor of Blk ; to pt of 1,.,*. (. tthe fur
of SW8W; of SEW: __12 S 80 Mi.. Mottle 1'.rrlab 1.11 9, A run N B4 ft, W lOll ft. 8B4 . fiilluwlnm lle. at NW' Cor of 1 '
IU\ of NEW (e eept I acre. ft. B: 106 ft to ben In orlgi.nal . Sue IB! and run B: 4118 yd*. S d",
h SW Cur and 8 acre In NE town of L.k. butler ___....-___ _. Ml** EII1..Whltwrth __ '.11 440 yd* W 4IB yd. N 44U" yd*. I I I'l I I .
or' of NEW of NWV 11 1 18 .0 Me Moll!. p.rrlah ___ '.18 Lou 10a 11 of Blk It In M. UMcKlnney to pt of bee. Abo bea at NWor at
of ; ol8EV.!: .1A S 18It 120 R .I Andnwa __ 1'1.11 'i add or New Lake <: of Bee 26. ran a 4VO yd*.
.8WJt.VftEW of Hutler-In SH of Lou t A 10__SO 8 16 ... Jma T Sernit 1.17 8 440 yd*, for B pt of COB-. .
f 8EV.BEy f" ___.:.- Eu 1. 1 80 R R Thomas 10.8. iot.lagofBit, ltl.B.L. I And from thence B (80 yd., B in"I
'I or E34 of NWy4 __11 1 1. JIO P 0 Duk. .____ 51,97 Noweoma add to Lake Butler liMO 1'.... W BHO ".. N 880 ;
of NEt. E of NW In Lot INof0.8.4 '_ION aem) .... _SB 7 It 1(1 8 D Duke. Bat . 17.11 .
\ SEW!: 0 F r.:1w" _-_--_--.--.--.-..It 8 10 .. Mn 0 V Scarborough .... SII+ NEWof; aN34 of 8EM '
,W, A EH!: of,48E\ ______N .2. 0 ItIt 820 R J Andrew ___. "..81I Blk 1 In John A. Klnca South. It BW"," HE\c\\\ _-___.___ .16 7 16It lot 8 D Duke Kat ..... \ .
(" of SWW of NWW ____x-28 S 10 W T Ch.vou _____ 1.17 add to Lk Butler In NH of NH of NEW "-. i M"* IB N' ,r
4 of BE'4 A WH ot-8E- aI. Lot a _____________________.11 101 .. E R Poppall __ 8.88 K Cor for ehureht, .._...._.___16NWW 7 71 Truman D Oral . .. 11,11 ... ..
:I. of BW)4 _.__.___..211 I ItIt 200 0 W 8 W... _____ 111 Lot 18 In T. E: .Dekle'. ont add of NEW A NH of NWW JONH 4 11 10HO Mn Annie.. W Sapp 8U61 ,,
of NEW __?.__ 81 S 10 0 W S Wan 1.11 to Lake Butler in NH 01 a.I ..' BWW .............. 11 4.1 Mn Annie W Sapp ........ 1686 :tel
H of NEW' N of river.82 S ItBlk 80 Tho... a Lamb __ 17.11 . ____________________11 110 .. Jo. Hill William ._, .," "" 14of flEI4 of REVy _______.......$2 4 II a* J HOriffla, . 861tl .
At* S A 16 In E...." .. survey B't.o f Lot 41x..pt 2 A in NE 34l4N \ a : of NWW. 4t I
of Worthington 8prl..... of : --. _--U 8 II 88 L 8 Dekle. _........ ....., id.aa HE'p E ur8W 40 a W34 oi 111
_____ 4..1 Co'm'at'sw'Cor of'LotVN a .f8 { 51 S4tao Mn Annie WUnknown Bap 41.87
Unknown <<
1 In W"5 of NWW "* S l* run --
orthlnrwa Sprlnaa, J?W.-Pattaa' B.rery 9m ,.... E 160 yd., S 110 yd. F H of SE:;LNH :::::::=::.::::=95 4 .: 18 MJ 'w.l'"

abradnir part of Boea SB.. SI and II. 8-lt W 160 yri* to bear __.____....1 8 II 8 T E: Dekl _....._ rat of NF 4e of SKY ...*T 4 81 St Mn Mary. Thornton ..... 861 'w.l
u 7 of Blk 1 ..... .... '-- Wan ----- Hf On. A In NE Cor of NW* of' NY.'; If NEW, ___- ._-,.__..*7NWW 4 .1 40 J H (lrllI''' '.11 .,
to A 8 of Blk--t--.- -----_-- g : : -- NEW .N of Puhllo road _..___11 I" 1 M... R L Brook __*_.*** '87 of NEW" ________.._....86WU 1 11 4tHO II... Mirr. Thornton _ '.1'1
t, 'III of Blk t ___ -:::::::=._-----w--- -. ::: G W Sapp.r- : 1.11 NH o? NEW A NH NW14 -S 8 10 10 Ideal Am.rl.. Corporation 11.62 .,f SEW" -- ---_ _..__ 8 I SI Looner Sapp ......... 18.85"
16 ft of Lola 10 A 11 of NWW of NWW ---.: --. .14 6 tt 40 Ideal: Amarteaa Corporation 7.17 F. of lit:." 4 1 11 MO U 0 Sapp . i. .. 18.BB ) ,
Inik i "- Rod,. a Tumor __no I.U E44: of NWW A SWW of NW 01S 10 120 Unknown . __.- It.61 II of BEyofBW34.-----: 7 151 It Mn Mlnnla ".D. . '.11 1': I'
'+i -----Blk---8------- M L a M A Allan LII 8MJ of Lot 8 a all I Lot 4 .. 8 80 120 Mn Charlotte Coffin .. ..".. 10 61 .'4 of NKW: -- -.- "I------III 8NWW tl 40 AT Bapp . ... L17 t
l>t .lorriiko i _:::::--==.:. := M 4.. M L Allen" ==== 1.71I : 8rW of BEy -__________._-==I: 8 80 40 B J Bapp .---...-.-.-. ._. 7.17: of NWW ?.-----____-____.16 I 11'' 4t AT B.PP . _. ......- 717 ,
I trlnaular lota omhraoinir hotel N... of 8EW of NWW A BWW Com at NW Cor of BEW: of NW
.nd arond. according: to plat .__ __ Thom.. a Lamb "/..81.t .. all 8WW of SEW 8 Of MillAMrNBW 4 A tun 8 14B yd. Thenaa B 'II
6 of Hlk Bt ____________ e.-_ A 0 Conner ____ 1.18 .11 6 M 100 R J B.pp ...._.........._ $( IBII' 70 yd. to pt of bw, 'ho n M B .. "
t4 t of LoU A 6 of Blk 10 .____ -- Thomaa" Lamb -- 5.15 of"SEW w"of ranc"h" -I2 6 Stt SO C C John* ..... .. 70 yd., E 70 70 ..... W .
of lx>t ( of Blk It ......t.i ___ --- w H Dougiw 1.1! 8WW of BWW ------.-----:-:.-ISNH St 40 W M Hodee :::=---_ 7.17 70 y to pt 4"L5; -__.__17 1 II 1 Henry Taylor . ... a at
i 7of Blk 11 __ .... ...... Thmna. a Limb -- 1.19 ( of NEW, scoot 4 A in SB: fl M, of PlE\4 of 8WW ._..17i 121 20 Mn <1 H arp OJl
|>U ( A B of T ik 18:==__- ::: Th: :. a Lab : .14Bl Cur _ ._.._-____.._-........11 I tt 76 R J Bapp ...___,. 10.B8 1P* of NE", of NWI4 -...,18 I 81 110 Mn Mlnnla Uann . 16.16 "
"< t ( of Blk 18 _________._._ __ 0 W B Win __ '. \ of 8WW _______...-..-.....16 I. 40 Samuel W. Brown _., .17 W% of W14 of 8W,: of NP; U..11 I 11 10 T B U.ndlar . ... 10.16 I :
".. 10 11 11 A IS of Blk 18 __ Tho..... a Lamb '18 25a6 8 II A8H of Lot SaN Com .t NW Cor of WU of HENE(4. :2 5
on 1 A, t of Blk 14 ........-.__.. --- Crory. 1' Morris -- /.18 Xl Of Lot 7 _-___J-J-ii_Ji____.mT ( 18 820 R J Andrew . 14.81 of run H lot ft... |..Jf ,
.t. B A t of Hlk 14 .. Thom. a Lamb -- 179 Lou S I of Blk S4 In Now .. .bt-., thufio H 1"11 ft, K: 110 ".1'11
ot 7 of Blk 14 ---- = W .I McCormick : : River . .....________.____..21 I" D W A I W FlnboUtar 1.41 ft N 306 !t.,:W 210 ft to pt Iof I
ot 1 of Blk It _====:-:.. _.. Unknowns .It Bike BB 3< 87 BH 80 40 41 48 4t bet -. -""I' $11 B C Wall . 11M
." B A 6 of Blk 16 ....___..._-. .... Lamb. ----.-- 1.79 60 Bl 12 (S (4 11 18 IB New II Com .tNB Cor"oV"NBi4' / IIW d .
:
o<* 2 A 8 of Blk 17M -- 'li'omaa Tuner -- b.81 River _____-___..........11 1.0 W M Hodges __ __.... 7.77 34andrn8iahcaandf1 I I
1 S 8 A 4 Elk- -18---....-..---...-..- M L a III A All D_ 684t Lou 4 A fof Blk S4 A Lot 10 'tn Hr rl.ht of way then* W : .
ot 1 nf Blk 19 or .-._-._::._____ :: W H Oou..... ___=== .: of Blk 2B In New River __.-2Fra 8 M B J Sapv __ 1.78 .lon g rlht of war 14 ahn* 14 '
J 81 ft 7 aa ft toa pt of Ins theneo N
of Lot 8
"' Blk 19 . and_ ._.all...lot.._. ___ M L Allen _____.:..__ 4.11 *. Blk 4 In New River ..___.-*4 8 SO Unknown _____ 1.41 8 cI..._ B S10 It. W SIO ft, r
doeB. .
ZB ft of Lot Lou Sa t oBlk7InNew 18 variation B2 thane
7 and N t ft of
Lot 10 A dlLot0ofBIk Itot _.___ ___ Mlaa M A Allen __ 4.11 61.* __"___ .1 St __ Unknown _ 1.09 8 110 ft to .Id Rr rl.rht of
10 Lot irA 8 or"Bk 8 In Nw"s8 war then. B on rtrht of wartn
(except N ft of Blki
I ) ... .. ... ___ M A i, M. I.. Allen ____ 17.111 RI..r __________..11 $55 __ Unknown _ _-. .- .... 1.08 pt of bee-1 aere. In NEt\*
__ __ 121 1 W L Jahn _ 1141 ql
."to i S 8 i.-i- ik.l --t:::.. .-- __ A C Conner --- : II of BWW .- 18
34 of J Andnwa - .81 Lot 11 of Blk 10 In New RI..I 121 Unknown ... 1.08 a"12 of Blk I In'Sal-
ot t of Blk Blk 25 .-----.--.--. --- :-- : C Conner :_==-=-== 9,11 II Lof'.11 _' ------.1$ $51 .. Mn WaI&ar' Craham . ....
21 .
00 U 7 A -- ---. M. E M P.ttlt __ 1.11 Lot 8 of Bile 11 la New River_*4 I" ._ Unknown _ 1.68 tl: of SWw7 (**ee1pri"aere* In
8 ...
of Blk ttx .
>.. S ---..- -_- .- R M ChsmMrrie. __ 1.11 'E Cur .?.._......-....I0 1 11 78 W. NobU .. 1II.S8. '
A 4 of Blk S. _____. _____ - .
ear 4 and atrip of land ...t 'of Lot 8 of Bile 14 la New .River__S4fxit a t* Unknown _ 1.08 Sly Of NWW .__ ....._10 I si 80 Uakn _ I.... ;
II N 1-' of NWW of 16514 1 \ *l.o 1
Jot nlk ST 4 to Hy .ral.ht of war o. -- A C Conner ____ t.40 11 of Blk 18 In New RlverS4 a it ._ Unknown _ 41 eon ., NB' : Cur of NBtf of NWW ,
II of Blk---28--- .-- .-o..-..-....-....--. --- R J A..d.._ '.17 Lou 8 A 8 of Bile lI.!I. New IIRi. A run W. IBS do'14 S 144S8 11'
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(its I' -- -- W H 00_ ---- I'45is ..... __ _--1 A Ie Unknown . 1.68 rd.'. B 1 t2 yd.. 18rial ,
1 A 10 of Blk 86 ------ --. 0 W II war.- --- '.17 Lou 1 A 7 of BIk 1. New II to pt of be* _4$11 IT 0 0 flap .... ....
J A 1 of Blk .
got* 8 4 ( 8 7. 8 87 of -Blk---87--_-_-_-_._- ---. :: D M III. Art w....... 'ila ftl".. : _. _____14 110 __ Unkn 1..68 | arm In Nil Cog of NWW r7NW14lofsNasbp120ft
. .. .17 of 8Ik t7 Ik
Dot rJ: M otUt - --- Lou 10 A 11 Now 1River
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A It of Blk 87 ___ .. w-% 18 / B a W _ ..t0 I tl S a 0 BarBota . __ d.tl : ': j
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B n 8 M ... UokaUnknown 1.66 ;
g-ot* S A t of Blk S8 ___ : arcrem
RDD.7.illq :
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1.1 7"if lT"oTB"ut8 8 1-1 of HE'
Jot S of Rlk 1 1. ._______.__ ... -. F Lobo I A la !1River NW34of '
fit:* 4 A 6 of Blk 88 ...... PD Molllns Ad ........-.-. 1.12 _ _"_____________14 1 It . .. ... .... L4S .* wa I'll4:\ ..fNWI4. -
-- .s.;
N 146 S-8
as. .W
JxTt 1 Of Blk 88 _______. __ __. Ma E M PotU' 4' Lot. 1SaloBIk2isNew. s8 ran F
>>* River ... ........... a Ma Unknown . .1..41 lia rd. 8 146 S-8 yd. B IIS +
Lot S Lot 8 of w. n
If.* = all __ __ 'I'bomaII. Lamb __ .11 SJLot ,ti.bap ..__________l$21 11 A T Sapp . 8J/
"-ctIonaJ -Low"oy .... D II of Blk 10 In New RI..*..... i* ._ Unknown ". l.Ot N .. of "rfwi !cameoA 111
'.78 Lou I 8&; 8 or Pram Blk 11 I. S8 del -__-___-..IO 151 18 II.. 0 B SapB 84.
GAR -------------- -- .r--- __- Tbomaa a Lamb ... 10.1 RI"... _14 a toa ._ Unknown . .........._ 141 NA', of NE'" of NEV.--___ ___-MI[ I i! 84 W i BtBlllnm . LIII
Wq4 of BW .51 5 1.110 a. Aedrww - -+ --- 46 O Cowart .
flE\4\ a N of Lot/Tr A1S V Bfk7"ei""iB"Sew SS NWI4 01 HE _-.u S C ,. 141

of NE34 o NB 4 a NAE 10.88 River __________54 tt Unknown .. 108 B'4 of NEI4 o------ am
N .It 7 1' 10 T P Ward __-- 'n utt 11 Mm Aanl W ..
__ __ .. . 7.11 01 SB: Cap or NW44 of NWWMyVi t Saps i
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F.4; of NW _1' 7 I' 40 Unknown '.17 Lot 1 of Blk IS In New Rlver.I4All I H __ Unknown . 1.88 .' of NBW (eXOBIIt 1 acre '
E'4 of NB\4\ :..=::..==____11 7 II 10 Y. 0 B -Ilia for hunh> . ...._--_-.--.., S IS <...... Tnat Co.AdmlnlatratoiB '

\i! NE14 a I of NW34 Co. Adml' Blk 49 In New River _-__.-:4K a a* __ U..kaown. ........... .. 144 _ 11.1. t''
of NWI4 .....17 1. tOO Amerlcao Tent .::_ 54.01E34 : of NEI4 HI\4!: of : 6 10 80 D J O Oreea ..... II.Bt '"010: ..f BW% A BWW of IIE%_"'"!9 111 M Mr. O R NormaB . 1147 '
rC.a Tr.t Co.. Ad....... ? of BW\4 A NEVI of .wttr.j. a t* ISO Seloata Starrkk . 10.'1 NE'401 NEW (..eept H saw.a
of Nl\4!:\ _____1. 7 1' 45 AI './TS& AlL 7 86tn 050 H. Warren ... . 81.06 NB Cur, and shoot 7 aarea I. IfI- e
834 of Lot 1 A BE34 of 1"lra'rI"C-;: ; ? 'IH7 B3 vlfSlH S8* ,i- KB!: Cor, and all NWW ofN ,
81:. - ..1. 4 tt0 110 mer 1'8'f a or N of publla mad( exceptIxS.
W\4-\ .0 d 110 M H __-- f and 01 Iota
4187 I" WH
11.:.ts SE 10 140 Mn Mary B Thoma ___
I 16 o-Nij"--: ::::=--___ .10 4 10 80 Q 4 Johnson _ M WI.fo f-swHT-____imimrl.w1.J2rftViw41. 7 10 10 N O Stokaa ... ... 1...* II A IS In BR Cor and about
\ : Cor 01 BW34 or '147 of 8EIir. : 1 ierw In NW Cot of 15834
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:' ,5 I I II Jl Bunt : SO.ttI7. nf NKW (except school lot.21 1 II dt John Fonrth . 1441
ION ;--o0-- 1.81 NJ\4: of . T to 110 Unknown . ..
(NW% ..,-N IIi----=___IO .0 Ideal A........ EH: of BBW ___. I "M 80 B B Andrea __ 18.89I.om NE1 of 8R': ''' ___ ____._8. I it 44) T f Moora . 10.B* A8W

v/H of WH of NW34 awN 1 0 I ______ __ 32H 7BV 150 110 L W Croat ... '.11' of 8W ___.___--al S 11ti 48 B 81 Green . ,.It .
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, 10I1:' or W of N1V34 (Lx-. ,'.14 of BH of Lot 7A 8 7 7 M 45 T W Water 1048 IIW of NW\ 1 S 49 W a Nona . ; ..11 '.
1 ept 41 .e..; i. .BI!: Cor .____---ll 1 10 .0 Q A 3o1w'e.-' -- Lot 8a5tyoN34ofLot4i SW of NW a 8w3fi\ 11111 .r4ofNW44a434of8W34 '

,W34 of 8W34 a. 8134 01 8WI4 _. 8186NE1,4 all Lot t A SH of 4k '.
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or NWy4 ex..p' JI Dally: . '.11 544 - Starling ft. 6 10B ft, 15! 851t.. Burling McCoy _
: o N% or NE" NWIr.II' 21 11 NE44 of 5Wy4 I 1 II is Ii L Black. b Co SS! to bee - .. aa _
, Iii 1. 00 1I1I:1l.: or NElot : Lot'U In Woodlawa .. IO I II I' Unknown _ S 10NWl(4 c:. 10 ft W ';,NE COT of

5e nor: N or 14 PB Bryaat . ... .. '.7* o. NW4 _____11 1 il 40 W L ont.NW4 .- .;. .... W* !:
o. N4 01 BE%. lI aria --II < SIrtou \ of NE N6y: of NW'411 1 11 80 N. Co.... B 8\a1'Uq .._ 11." ; It* *'rTKV'iS

: a- 1 4 or fie NW41Lea. 01 OW of 8W _-U I tI I' Georg. J Arnold !.U ftTN 246 '". E 100 ft0 .....-.n I" Richard R-ynolda _

..gE 10 .../. __---II. S1 UI R R BmlU . ... ,.AIN 'tli of olN lY k BBW11 3E: NEW' of aw%_. Bee. 28, Tp. 4. 8. R. H .-

I .. 1.0\ BEKS4l J1.11 B U Smith -r .1.411 o of W Lot t of Bit 1 orlalnal town ofLou"akt4""o Mra Elena Uorcaa .
: Sk l 2 or nisei K H Bealtaj S7.86 NB% 6. W% of J -
lob 1 8 A 4 or reel 1 8 H -- N of % or ata" ______ -- T A Brinaon. __ -

n, EWb lI& LoU A_ 4 _or___fractl_____1 t tl 107 Si D H B Smith Warm. .. 82.4 206JI II...of N .or Be.W"-.rBW ofJWN4. ,"" of i Lou 6 '. of Elk- -$ orllrlnal - Mr* Mary Weeloi -

l4'y-o' ? BWK"A"BW\of BEK ---'lit 21 Li0 It H Smith .r '.17 flWI,(. W", of BE of -SWBwVi4 town of Btarke -Call---.t -

;: __ 21 We.... .. I 1M. I,(. .. ofEy I On. lot on N aide of J2H
w4k.1tNW4-4. _-1 21 to D B. a Wtoi d : ( .1ySB7 At ft B& W by !10 ft N ,

ES4of-8& lr.vtYI4 tI Unknown .. ..... bounded N by Jeffereon at. W
F a- I. o. % H Bmlth X4.lt ?11 1 I' _ .
11 R 8
.1 loo/1t11it-AUt.V V Morgan
sees in BE Curl ..----.t. { Wood: by land of Vide/

IA 1 IW% 8W R H Bmlth . 71.11tl Iswa ....- .11 / I. 10 Unknown _ 1310B4s by Call .t A E by Block 11 orIglnal K 8 John . .. "
.5.
aIlIWt. ...,81 / .1 i Lot of Stark. _.._-- .
_ Fla. Land Inveatmant Cat. 187 of 1 In Wlaw. 14 I I. I a-ard II Wilson 1,10N34 town --
fob I I or I..U NE14.e55\ 1 Ie Blanehard -- 8.11 .f Lot II Ia Woodlawn ..r 1414 6 II I CII... _. _ l.tI EH: of Lot 1 A Lou I A 7 of Cotuman Lm1K Oo
{ .1' 1. H....... Bba" .... Blk original town of Burke- -I
:N II ae_ 01 1.0& 1 Lot liD In Wo.dbws __11 ft _ 2*.
i / : Lot II In Woodl..n _ .t 10 Unknon _ 1,11N Lot of Elk 27 original town of w
1.e 1 -. N =- C L Perk 5SI ..1 _.11 S Cone-Mr Lumber Oo _
--
I.oIi : : ...... tl Ui ,. % fir Lot d0 ill Wad.awe -11 8 II I P A. Ftah.r 1.1 Stork. - ._. - __ _I
S- o. 1'1'"4 of NEVI A LoU Lot. 10 .. 111 In Wood..w.1 1 .1 .1 8 0 1'ot9u .. r- .... Lot 6 01 Bibt J. N. .Joh.
or NWK A all thatportion iota t24 II tA II.'. Wood- add to Bta.... In EEK\ of 8 Dubai ,
'f.'O. __ ___ Ie N.. Lura A 8'-11' 3718u ..YI i aa .1.. J K -
of Lou i awn _ _ _x.17 1 II W'4 ___ ------------ -
KmeU BU north of Br r11h1 .. 17! c L Pk 84.04 or L o19 .11 Lot0. I I Lou *"A i of Blk S1 M.
wu I w% 01 Lot 11 In WnoiIJa1.. 5 2! .0 Amerbmn Tnat eo.. John add to Btarke nl SEK
.
1.ndliot.. I J .It.dmlD..tra\o.. .. _'I.'" . .._? I" A W A daroa ... I
f Iot 111 O L Peek **.*4 nf RWI& ___.. -------- *
(, Bit ; A T or fractl Bee.ra.il ..-- .-.- I 7 .1 181 C L Peek till L to 11 ..... I' In Woodl._ __II 1 I' .0 Arthur o..n .. I.B' Lou B 9 ft of Lot 4 .
NEK: _-__ ___ II 159 R H Smith ".10 NE'" of ,"", ____--11 I U .0 P' A P1sbe _ -.., II."" !, of :lk1l1..LI.ID D Truby ACloa
.tI WH BEK ___ 1 7 III R H Bmlth ....0 E'oj, of BE:% Of NWy4 NE'16.' I I add to Burke In WH of
Pots 1 . 4 ________ "I Of tolE'' 'of Bw% ________:...11 1 II 8. D B Browning . 1.... NEK . -----,-__- .__8i 12! A 0 Andiaa ;:-
1 All liB:" II Gr 8 A L RF ANEry NW14 of NW% W"%, 0' Nil: Iota 4 A. 1 of Blk 27 Llvlngaton
or aW\4 8"" of IIW\Io % or NW" .__ __ :__.._...111 / II 10 P A PLhe. "..0'E. Trashy A Co* add to Btark laWH

'" 01 I'/WIl. of BW% ", %. or NW'4 of BE'4 -----------22 25 10 1_ Pits. .. 4/5 of NESS _______________fiB I' r H a. . -
Jou 1 A of"NWW A Lot t. Com .t "tV Car of SW" ofNE Lot 4 of BIB 1 Uvingcton TrabyA
l7o. fre-U WH of "NEK I ylo. % Run E 61. die of NEK of
: cub
north and wact of Cornellai.tnet. I B AO W 65 1st M.:'N"'G Co. _ ._ ___e-atB ss John Parker _- .--
55' aeeordlne to plat o* ZOO R H Smith 17.11 rdo to her ___. u.__ _______ .-22 I.t 10,, Unknown _ not KE li &IaallLola*> -- --- -
; :Its ....pa& .. T tl A 'n NB: Cor 01 NEI/r. of aw..a I lIa I P II Bradley 319NE w14oLobl Blk 17. A W% of
4 &tt 3T4RTrNStniVS 8& 4 of
of 01 A N
< Car % 8W\Io .soept I ID of Silt
? E Cor ______._________1. I I. 8S. I 8 MathIs _ .'.11 Lou 1 2 A all Lot 4 A Co
Traby *
: .,. 1 Jeeae Deb . SOS WtAof WI4of8WSko8E34&: 11 Llvlnmton _aiWH 121 D P Poll .. ..... .
ft to t>t of be* _______-.-_ 4 'II N'EI/r. of'lIE\oO\ of8W" _____2. I" 10 14. It N Whl. ...11T. sub dlv of NE"01 Llvlngeton NEK Tru----- -
81.
of 1.01 A LoU ._ .r Iwwt.Y-S.e. '1. Tp L 8. B. .1 E.Lan146 of Blk N
LoA A BldBof Lot 8 .Letall> SofBlklwadot .by A Co's sub dlvtalon of. II M Jakia ...

r. )4Sldof Lot8&7ot.AB inroad ______._______ M" Banh II: s-dbol. _ ILloo .. E't.of NE'" -Livineoun -Truby --- -
of Lot 4 of Blk II In of Blk All Olk B' In -
Hid a L Farrall 1.01 I & 11 w..t' of '
____ 4fcoUAB 7 11 B L BI.naha A Co'. nub division of N t
City 10.4.
Buttkaon -- railroad _
m Jd Ellemon _
......... II I
C f A Lot t of Blk W E: Jam ...1 T_. .f La--s-. ......11-.. I. T. I.el EK 17f NEK .Lhina4rn;;- : -
I 10 In Bampeon City ___ _... Ii 'II II. II s.Lo .- Bike A 88 Truhy

t, HI1)BFofLot1&HIDAB| .8 -' of rall..4 ______. .... Ross Jon._ _ .... A Co'. sub division of N._ AO J.bkitm ____ I
C D of lot of Blk 14 in ._ J C Ranleraoo . ti.it Lot 42 01st of railroad ._______ .- Will IAe _ '.88 EK of NEK --- -
Bamneon City -.--.- <4 7 tl Lot U at of .lIroad ____.-...- __ lliul. a- - ..BI All Blk 89 In Lfvlnsaton Tru-
,4" Jjula A II C SID of lot I, of a H Bmlth __ .. a.4tof Loa 17 rut 01 rall..d __ __ AmeUa Hawkins _ '.88, by A Co* sub division of N Bn.1I _.. __
E E
Illk 6 In Sampson CityItlocka -_--_ 4 .7 SI m vv/ ...., III east of railroad -_.______ _. .? Chu. Parker _ I.U EK of NEK - __________ .a.- I
l A II C, 1 2 5 4 aTall lot 6 O sub dlv In Beat Ls- WH, of Blk 40 In Livingston Truhr -

I t Mlk. ft (. oeptLot 81, A Lou .., __, _=_......:.. ._ C7r... Parker __ U. A Co. .ub divliton of N 8n.n ..
. 10 12 14 1* 18 20 of Blk t'0W.--.o.-SII:% E EIJ. of !liE", _________ __ B E - --'- I

*, A all Blk 7 except I LoU 111 e " or Kln..I.,. m.d _.___21 121 lOP' 8t.nd. e.8I Lou 1 A 1 of Bik 11 In Llvlnt.
I I J 11 ID 21) and LoU 1 2 A 4 ,: .t..1" "' +ut.lii.\ SW.'of flt4: 01 NE'G ___21 I I. 10 Marl a Seep 1.81SW "ini-ton Iruhy A Co'. cub div .
.I I. J". . of Illk B A LoU /tot ilk 9 of NW\oO\ of aw'4 _?_..28 I II 10 .IB Ab..h.m '.11 of NEK of NEK\ _.__________ ._ :J I Aaron ---

'I &GrasfloHlb 11ALota1&10 A LoU .1f&4of tiE of NWq of flW .__.. -1 I'1 10 A P.nl '.B. LoU 2 A 8 of Blk 41 In Living-.

Blk tiE of : of aw:; _____25 II 10 EIIs Willlaar ... ..RR Inmton Truby A Co* cub dv
1nfI4IkISAlobt&/of BE of NWI4 I &a IO.C 0 Fre\ 3SS of NFK of NEb _.____-_____._ WE 8n.1I -.- t
I; Hlk 18 A Iou14SBAf0 .t" ..n ii.""" II .. oraW\oO-: \ ;; iii--aa Loa 8 of Blk 42 Llvtngnton Trohy .

4 R .e. BID A B of Lot 11 of Blk .,./ 10.1; '11;..", ', ... NE'" ___.__11 I.. tAT ._____ A Cj'< cub division of N *
I 14. A, Lf>U 2 4 B 11 A 1-, . ., ; W S Atof Nl4 of NWy4 of NW.211 I II I T L Guerry. lee EK of NEVI - -_._-___ ..ull,.. Butler ------..- t
,r I ,.'. a. RED AU" n of Lot 10 4 All ?4E'44 of NBI: of BW94 Itof WH of Blk 43 In Livingston" Tru
of Hlk A all Blk 16 except / I .
J 16 Itollwar .48 1.1 t F A Fisher ___ LB9NWS4 by 'A Co a cub division of N
.; dIDAHCADof| Lots) AV \ of BW\4 of-8Wy 6 Nl4of E\\/i of NEK ________-__- -wy Jeaa Johnson (col) -..- 1
-
C I)
of Lot 1)) A BID A :t..rz;_.._ __ 18 The I 'Truhy
ni BYof of BW'4 _.20 I.' American Trut Co. Blk In Livingston I
J I f Lot 1 A 16 Lot nf I of Blk 17.A Corn SW ,BW:7: 8Wy4 BE Administrator - U Co.::4.u div or NEK or '4.-___-...._ ._ A 0 Janklnc __ l

r-: .1. of Blk IS k.18i... 4 : run B 0: 0. .: 110t NH of Silk 46 In Livingston. Tru .
5 IIIk Aall Ulk to s "a of beg. throne N by A Cog sub division of NE
S&4of 80
,t 4 m 4111" ft. E 19M ft" 8 aeo ft.W198 .. ..f NE'4 ?___.. __ H 0 Plgford ------ ,
,. (1 82 88 546 I* .
Y5 BO
.7 88 A 8* In Sampson fay .. 4 'f.l R H Smith .......-. . SI.81 ft to beg ____y:.___18 t .1 I I. W Willi..... __' 1..1 Lot 1 A Lot 2 except"Vnfl'ftof

(' Lan da lla 1 ft. 16a A ,Lou A Hlk 47 In Livingston TrubyCo'a
+' B O A D BID of lot 17 Ar.0 r WW..I 8W1,4 of NW\M or 8E16.38 I II I limn Roberta ____. _. 1.89 A cub div of NEK of N .

ft on E aide of Lnt II, of R R Smith . LOS Two A In flW eoo of NE:% of EVe __"_ ____ .____"_____ Fannl. MeCal) -- ,
r ; Illk S In Bamiwon City __.... 4 7 SI w R H Smith 7.17 liE" of BEy4 -.J!, 1 .. Unknown _ _------ 1.1iB W BO tt of Lot 8 "of"Blk 47
of
Lot IS of Blk 14 __ 4 'ltl NS" of OES4 BEt4 \ ,'. Lntl&SIDABICoffotSo \\oO' of E'" of 8644: _----I 7 I.1 11 The American Trot Co., sub of NFK of NEt ________.......-._ FnncbrWlllkou -- I
A BID C A D or Lot It R H Smith .t 777 Admln..to". _ _._. 1.57 Lot 1 of Blk 48 In LlvlnimtonTrubr
of Ulk' 16 I In Hampann City .... 4 7 SI __ .. Lo. I. A 26 In Woodl.Wft _____II 1.1 10 W L Joh. _ .______ 5..1 & Coc sub div of NEV 4
flllt A B of Blk A 8'D A B iota IS 21 In P..Ill. .m. of NC' Raymond Jackson. .. -- ,
a C A .1J of Lot 8 A BID| A. A B bruins N'io of NII:% NEL : Lob a -7ofSlit IinDava'
I of NW... __8& I II 11 1.n.. Mill. _ _.__ '.1. .
of Lot 4 A LoU ma lla A W : A Tru..*. c ..dd0 SUrke In N
.M 14 "fl..tA.II.Lo"C .8 In .le PMt.vi------.... E 8EK of NWK Wof

r I> E A F BID of Lot 1* AIx .. 0 br.eing N4/ of Nf! 14 NE r.d. ----_.--_------__--__28 I 22 __ J T Wlllc no....... 1\
>u ABA Lot !1. .11 In Blk _. R H Smith .__ 10.1S % of NWI,{ _- 1 I' 11 Wm. Strong . ______ 1.71 Lot 8 of Blk 1 In E. S. Matthewa -
s, 17 of Sampaon City _.____... 4 'f.l Lot 19 in 1..w.I1I. .mbreeingNl add A of Btarke In N
lot of Hlk IH A H, acre I In cor of NE'4 NE'4 of NW.8&. 1 .1 6 Peter Tlo4.l. I. __ '.81 W V44. West of Walnut tract,

4th A Loulno' atreeU In Samp.eua R Rib.' ---- 271 Lot tIn P..tavI1J.. ..mbraoingNly A South of: 9 th street .______-__18 I at Cora E Poppell __ "
City: .. .--.___---__n._ 4 'f.1 of NF.4 A NE% of NW\4RI / I. e Lillie TI.I.lo _ '.88 LoU 1 a 8 A 4 of Blk 4 InTom"I.
f :All of Illk 48 8 of 8 ALII., R H Smith __.......- 271a mil, of NP of NF.4 ____.--M t II 10 W C L.dd _ '..R8NW4 .', add to SUrke In NEW
I In K .nd of SamiMon City _..._ 4 'f.l \ of NE of flW\oO\ ________ II S .1 10 Ro. S F Wolf. 11.8' of NWK, A part of WH fNFK .
All of Hlk .8 N of 8 A L Ry In :. Richard Flaehcr '. .- .43 BE'4 of NW b w44 01 BW went of railroad A NE '

R end of Sampson City ..._ 4 7 flAIU 4 4 'of 1\IJI4: ___. __._..uu___ 4 6 21 fiO A I Bryan _ 10.'S Car of BEK of NWK __ __28 I SS R A Shav.r A Co ____ tAll
A n C of Lnt 1* of Rlke&RIUABCUEFoELot. WI" of HE'A of AE'4 __..___ 5 S II 10 811s Lup\o. _ 4.81 in add- -toSta.k. -
W% of E'i E% of W%{ __... II 6 21 820 E E C.novs 12.1 Blk. 8 In Temple of NWK Apart .
IoHlk15&BIIIA' UCD 5F44" of NE'I _____ __-___..____ S 1 II 40 The Am..n Trust. NEK of *
F F of Lot 8 of HIM0 A ,q 'li' .1 2-B undlvidod Inw..a In N% of Admln..t..to.. __ SRI of WMl or NEK. weat .

N , XII A II of Lot S& BID A B e I tlW\4 .___..___.-_____.___ d d U BO' I 1lweatoln Co __ '.n railroad A NE Cur of SEK\ of
NWV.- __ ______.__ 28! I 21 __ Mra Eunice O CanovaJai. _....-.t'
of in -
Lot 4 of Silk IV Samp -
of of NE'! :
WV4 : 1 1 .. 10 Swallow
: ; Farrcll 8opktn. 1.81
,. - ......____.-_... 4 'f.1 ._ Wiley RooonoD-R L .n Wt r NWtt4 of NEV &NFtr - Lot 7 of Blk 28 In Temple. add .

', 1IonACI'| GA of HI17 A of NF.4 of NW% __.o____ 8 6 U 110 E E C.nova _ ___ 1,68 to SUrke WtIn NE'"NEtof NWK\ Apart .. f

Hill A B of Lot 1 of Illk 20 Inflmmitnn R Smith ........... ... 4.41 BW,<&' or NI'4: ___ _______--____ 21 .0 K.II. MUSS 8.11'IE' of of 4 west. of
4 7 '1'a railroad A N ECor of SEK of
City --- -------- / '' of $W% W of 17 F5: $ v
4,
NUAHCDEFofEotlof| ;; RLFamU. .. 1.42 of EI4 of NW", .f BW'4 _____to 1 t. BO Wm 0 Rit. ____ .57 NWK ..- __._ .. .28 e as _. Green __ &.. -.
d Silk 6 In BamiMon City _____ <4 7 at 11:" of NW" of NW44._______.,10 6 12 80 E E Hinkle ______ 8:17: LoU 10 A 11 of Blk 27 In-Tian-
font at center of 0 B A F Rytraok 0 E'1.of WI./o of liE' 01 NW10 0 II 10 Unknown ...... .. .. 2,89 pies add to SUrke In NFK of
- -
1 oppmilu M P 244 fromMaann Fri; of NW""% 01 NEq ._11 1 III 10 Unknown 1,60 of NWK part of WH of
-. ow
41 from I'alatka A run ES4 of aw'4 Wl{ NEK went of railroad A NE:

I!: on old II- track 127 ft of El4 of m'4 of BWy4 ___--ft 622 BO Mm A A Herring __ 11.1 Cot of BEK\ of NWW ________28 122 __ Mra Florence E Brooke' _
r rl Bit ft to I't-8'f bit 1S thence JI:1.:: of NEyy of IIE'4 .. _..____11 S lit 110 M" N.nnl.. V Hundlq ._ 4.88 Lot C of Blk 88 In Peek'c add to ,
E817f1. W ft. KI6 ft : of Wei o NWy .-.-_.______111 0 2. .a Mrs A A. Herring .__ B.12 SUrke in NWK of NWK\ N of ,

. y I to H A L rlirht of said th-nee NW'4 of Flo: ________11 6 II .0 I. A Fvan.-!: ... ....?. 811 9th at ___._.__._..________28 1 ast Mantis Norwich .. ._
; N 71 deirree* E on tight wt4" of NW\4 of 8WVi\ ..... ____11 6 .f 20 M... N.nnl. V Hundlq . .. 1.88 LoU 6 7 A 8 of Blk C in Ri*- .

r it of way vf lire 807 ft .thence.. 481, ft to 'SI 11 R H Smith .............?. 1.11 E.1 of BWV R91r of flpl: _____-.____111 5 21 10 Unknown . .81 In.'. add to Stark in NWK, '

Lot pt 1 of :lk 11--A -Lot;;-- 1 ;of- i''f. flw'4 WI+ of of E'r! %of of al\4!flW: %of.NWt4___II 11 I S .1 10 Swallow Hopkin.: - ..8' of NW%. 8 of 9th ct __________St aai Dr P D Hicks. __
4
21.1
Hom.r Lot 4 of Blk 1 In Wynn'c add .
It A Lot 1 Of Blk It, Samp Livingston -- l/9
NW\4\ or or BE'4 NI!:
eon City . ._..-...-.._..___ 4 .-- iJnknon 0'I' BEI4. to Btarke In NWK of SW28 aa __ Mn Amanda Jo.... --I I
'I S>:K.of NWK of SEK ._..__._ I "i I' Jd B Barris 1:11: % of flW'i of BE'/ of ___._15 1 I' 10 Fred Frl.d.ab.rg. _ 1.11 One lot beg at SW Cur of Ban- ,

'. IMhK of SEK\( except 10 acrec Corn St& W.s: S5 : oB demon A Madison cU A run 8 -
In BE Cor A of 8 I4 run ft. f on Banderaon It 186 ft. thence
8H %
I HE'' .. ___._. I 7.1 .0 R H Smith _____. '..17I E MO f.. N B90 It to b..g .__-11 6 .. 7 M" N II: M.hon. _ ..&1 W 96 .ft, thence N 186 It0
XFK: of'r.w'K\ of BEK"SWG __._. I 7 21 10 Unknown --.. 213 so% of NE% of NIII: < '. REV!: Ma/ll.on >t, thence E on said at '

I A WH of SEK;; _-________ BT 21 e40 unknown .........- .... 40.77: or NW\oO\ of HE4 .. 8E14: 01 96 ft to beg In Burke _.______ .21 6 at B R WUko-ekl -______
: NF\j __ B 00 R" 8mltAt __ 1.11 NE4 - ---- -- l' / II 70 Matilda Dixon 11.8. B '
XV K of : _..__ __ __ ,1\ w ; ; -- - n& On lot on Bide of Madison *tIn
Wir i
HWU of NFI.' .__._______. B 1 II eo Unknown '.11 I Nine A Wynn add to Stark. hounded -
. NW of NWK _________. II 7 21 4"' Unknown _. '.1' flW"N 1 A for church .1T S II' 5 Fells Goodwin. _ 18' N by Madison it W by .
Hlnokl. '
MR.T _._______ 9 7 11 110 E E: 17.1 Nt of RJI1: of NE14 ______1' II 110 .Iulla Goodwin. _ : 7.17 lands of E. S. Matthew.. 8 by
1." of SFVS: SWtd
.of BWK A NWK of S 140 9 7 tl 80 Unknown 1380. SE44 cof NW --1. I 112 10 ]au ReJ'Dolda .,. ,.l' _ _.11
: I Com 1111 rt 1 of aE Co. of SW - ? ? Mra Moore . --_----- -- --__28 aa 0 L Beaclcr .___
.. + ..f NEVi:\ ((1 I_ I In
acr-c Com 1B7H ft E of NE: Cop of
.. R Cor, . ._______?_..._....10 7 tl IT J Q Wynn .T./T W 14 of SW\oO\ A run 1'1 110 ft. Broadway" A Hoyt *tu on N ,
815 ft. B 1110 n. 11: III
..!.W\i of NEK\ NEK:\ of NW side of Hoyt A run E 106 ft.
4 N% of BEK: of NWKVH c..Z. ': hen-14s A ------ S II I M..lla Hullq _ .__ '..01b
4--11
NW Cur of -1 land ; N 105 ft. W 105 ft, B 105 ft to
1 A \ of NWK' A WH ofKWV Flmira King on E .Id. of bea: In SUrke --_-_....___..._.._.28 aa F R Hal ____ I
A BEK of SWK _..._.10 7 tl 8"0 It" Smith ----- 1188 Com 818 ft E of NE Cot ofRtnsdway
NE% of Nt-K:! ______--_____ _n 7 IIia .0 It H Smith .??........... 0'1- I Sty run Eat right ..oglett .
... A Hoyt aU N aide
NH 1>f NEKA NH of BWK, of-: o R y to E no f S... S l. on
N of Hoyt lit A N lot ft. E
NF : VlW A thence on 8. IIn. to Center '" run

0Ey&wNeEV'N; _.._____NHnf __ _. 'II 110 C L Psk _ I"..0 8.. In Tempi- .uh dir thenoe 62'? ft. 8 106 ft to Hoyt at "
' '' "p. NWK of NWK A NH Of BW- W 0" .'_a0 14' then. 8 .- W BZH ft to beg In Starke ..__28 I aa C H Marks. ....... - I

K of .. 1* 7 11 ftI R H Smith __.__..:::. 311 along 11.0 beg ID E4, of NIl: J tihsrtofore LoU ED 80 81 82$8485& 88 .
-- -- -
-- -- ----
; fwW"- -.16 'U Itl0 Jt H Smith -------.- '...58I 44 .....pa such, "iota .shays of Blk 8 In R. N. Dowlinga
I 5W aty& NNW'E of -NVK t-n d_ -___ i. I' Louis CaJ'Oll' .... ,..,.,, 10.II add to Burke In NEK of SEK: _S* > ( aa ? C H M..... __-
- -
% off NEK .1 a 'f.l 80 H II --- '.1& 7bn A ...m at unt.r of 14' w...... Part of a a A lot com at NB -
---------
S of BBK, of NEK ___-.....!. 7 21 20 W C Taylor. .____ 1,61 Stall mile line 01 8. 11 run- . a cor of land formerly owned by
:KWK of BWVi ___.. ..1. 7 II .11 R H Bmltb.L......_ 7.11 nine E A. W miss I'Dn p( T W Sweat A ran E to E line
*"" { of NWV I k'of FH of8WeSH-.1.' 7 II 110 Unknown ---- 10.111 N.on Ry .80 ft" then.. E .a of Bee 29, tftenee S on Beeline .
'' :N of BWK of NEVi right ..n.l.0 said hall mil.II 220 yd, thence W to 8E
I It. NWK of Nt-K A BW I Ii line, then.. W a beg -W-t-21 6 .1 10 R M J.nkl. 'f.T' Cop of land formerly owned hy ,

1 ., NWK-of \ '- --_, -.16WVi 'II 40 Unknown ---..--- do A. being 016 ft E ; said Sweat. thence N to beg In ..
9, t '. oft BEK of NE E'4\4. EH of 220 ft pldt lying along S It EH of SEK _._____...S* t aa 4 C W Zarlnf A CoI _
100 M. A A 8..elnj lU8 E line being I. 8% of BlkII following
i - ...6 7 tl --- 8 1H of the described ,
i I 'NW't'4- NH or .u---------.. .. BWK 77 7 11 lMO E H Jons _______ 80.69I 8 of H 1 E In T.mpls sub I .ot. of land, to-wlt Begat a '.

\t 5i4: of NFK N&K:\ of SBK: ..17 1 11 MO Unknown 11.88y div -.21 $27 1 Mask P.I..I. __. U. a pt 210 ft SofNWCop ,
y W...of BW14of eic i .-_.- -aoXH 7 tl 10 .J H Burren.y; _..-:....== 5.10F : E14ofBikISofHSE&: W4uf of NWK of SFK A run 8 7 A
of NF\ A SEK of NE: Silkl Bof RSEASE 89-100 ehna, E 8 Hl-100 chaos,
.. .NWK\ of SWK A SEK\ Iq of IIlk 1 1'1 or R E N 7 89-100 rhn. W 8 81-100 ,

4 JWII'' ------------.1 7 11 Ion Charlie MIIIR R Smith _. 8&8 NW\4 of Dlk 1 B of R II E: chn to beg In NW'4 of SFK 2* 6 21 Unknown . ........ -
WH : _..________ -..SIWfli 7 t1 80 R H Smith ---.--- 18.81 NKr of BW\4 01 Hlk I 8 01 SWK of NEW A WH of SEK: -
Nw
I : of V 'iiw'f II .0 0'1. Peek ,- --- 7.11 R IF. N44 of 8W% of of NEK AN, 8 A of WU of .

of NW.i IIlk 1 a 01 RilE In T.mpl NW% of SEK\ A EH of NW _

J41'o( .. --lt 7> 11 80 R H Smith --------- 14.1. sob dir _ ____-_____-_____12 s It 11 n 0 M.a.. 10.5! K 8EK ---____._________.tO 6 aa 88 Hannah Brymc' Eat. _5
3 SWwrC.of 8VcTa : NE'' of SE'f fiE" ____.____21 1.1 18 E B Shipman _ -., i88 All Bof of 80 ftN A WofC.- .
NF.y:% in SE4t, ""Ie 7 tl leo It R Bmlth -_ 27.5$ Wt of NEt(, of flW% 01 aW\4n I'. a EII.betb Clark .. -. 1.17 nal parallel IIn.0 lake, ..
arm NFK "deed"by"w""M" Nty of flE'4 01 aWl<. ..dept I A
'oiioj A wife -. ___._ .--_.24KV.V4 7 tt 1 C R' P...,. _._--. 1.11a In NW Coy -._______21 S II 111 D P Pullo" _ & 1.87 where.* trace there and was there n row the of line orange .

of EK -, K* 7 II .0 N. C.uthen Rernoldi _= 118:11t 7.51: Rty of SEI4 of 8W14-_._._____.11 21 10 John Parker Bdi to be 10 ft 8 of the row of
fnrtl'Be.26 Jams
1.8
tat 7 II - NWt4 .f of AI1
NW'4 : 8Wle
: MS l tA hf.NWK of SEK __27NWK 7 It 140 II 11 Smltb . 11.11 of flW\4 of NEt%__.___.__1. 651 10J 8 F.lllott. 1,68 orange\ A tree* In N NW of I 14 of NW4.0
A8W14
: % 01 : ( 01 1'1114: of RE44U 181 '.11 of
ofNFIfNW 7 U Sinn NWK except 8 A in
180 ASH Smith 17.18 7 A in SW Cur of IIE'4 01 NW 14.2. t II , ____ '.11 NW Can for lemetery .__.._....80 at IS* P ..B BIT.n'I
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FKl RWt4nNWt4-a-L { : 11 ..It.Ao. N'.4 of BEt4\ ; ::' .... 12 II D L 811..g .. .,...,_ 1.11 NWVi of NWK ....pt 8 10 A81 tt 10 1154 McRaa I

5 f BW'W1' -rat 11 lno J.m. fOSdS 17.8W II A E 000 ft B F 18 1-8 A of BEK of NFK___81 4 22 It Ardell Leonard : ,., -
wS .TM fI'f 4111 R" Rmlth _.....o'- 10.58 15 A of 8Wy of aw" N of W 24 2-8 A of REK\ of NEK ..
of 11
1 FH' 0 pub road ____ ..___ _.____.. Ii.. .8 HHBhltnnan: __ _.
.... II.U
14 of ItFK ---------------2* 7 11 .11 H H Smith ___ 1'.11 ? 10 A sold i. W. Alvarea SI 4 II 11' Alv. Leonard . -
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+ VWU nf rr.I.f A BEK' of SW".jt8 7 11 80 Jan..Hy nold. .........-. 11." NWI/o of NWIoO of NWIoO .______&. I" 10 Bnlbw Hopkiq _ tit Com at NE Cot of SWK ,N .
40 Chu. N MoKlnnq _ 1.17 W 1. A of NWI4 of 8E14: A
VEK: of NWK .-.__...82KWU 7 11T N E4AnnW41.5chaBl44ohns
I A of W"
of NEK. lelspt f acre* of aW\Io 01BE' E 6 1-8 chn*. NX'12 H a

In BE Or) _________..__._M 11 45 I.m. Renol'' _ ._ 1.11 N or Peek rnd .______14 I II II R D llow.ro I.IT ehna to beg -____._.____.__.St 6 S2 I Carrie BCcFaahlon . 1
.5' 'I NEV. A NH of NWK aa 'II 120 It H Smith _u..........- '01 All 8W", of BE\4 E% of BII4 1 A com at NE Cop of NEK of
% 1.0.,0. 2 or fractl: NEK.A" \ or BW\oo B 01 lash ..... __.t1 I It $7 L C Presort 1.11 NWKA, ran W 148 8

.r (vote or feet NEK!:' of NW NEB of ___ ._..______-___-____.96 01 180' .J I .Ch.._ '1." yd*, E: 148 yda N 7,0 ds.yda. 70 to

44 A BEK! of NWK (I_ 6 E44: 811\0: of NW\Io 8wv4 boor .__._ I
StA - ----------- __ta 111. a Handy Brytner _
arm In 8W Cor) .........-SINWU 151 160 .. 1_ a..olcla - 0 ... lest/ or BE% or NW'4 ._..___--1 I .1 B' F.phram" Adam 1'bo1nM e.11 Com at SW Cor of of BE .
: of NWK A 8H of NI\oj: of iil% _.__._______..i6 I II 40 W C Fsar 311 14.. ran E: 260 N 800 ft
__. _1' 7 It 100 Jam. RgaoldS : 11.15i W% of 8W34 of SWI% A 844 or.NW4 io .
1'1", of 8WK- .. 260 ft 8 beg ._ -
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11
"KH Wti of BWK ;'___..___>' 4 M 4011 W P 'Ide $4.05i of 8W\4.\ ..... 110 yb ,. r a.: 1 of Fib l 1 Otlaoo'fn City,-In U t CarrIe Albert . _

1''' i Ayr - n : 4 II 84') ; I: Bkwh Puek: : Co Co 51.41 88.44,4r : N GI 8W. Cor 01 NW", .f 8 1 BH, of SEK went. of railroad. 4 at Mary 101_ . I
.All. - __:::---:::=-:== 4 12 540 W" nn B II' .da. N 110yda. LoU A 7 of Blk t Lincoln
4 II 540 Hisek Co --- W 14' yds. 8 110 Ftb to
t t : : City In of
>n '<.lie;D-%""iaiK""oriiEKA .:....-== 4 t* Slit) PIuSt Co : 91,11t Wotyol_ -_.. _______... I a .3 Thee Tyson .... ,._____ II." railroad BH SEK. wet of I
.40 R L Black. b 00 .,734. o-NW -- ----- ..82 6 .1 JaM Clark. '"
_-..__ ____....11. 4 M aw" A N1Ii. 'Lot 8 of iilkiiMoi City In: -
:/N'Of!: NE'4 &W4 of NB'4j of NW% of 8W% ..ftP& CP 0'''
1' 18 entl R L Blink b 00 $1.2018F'4 __ 40 Polly A. Dr.w BH" of SEK wit of nllm.421 aa.ts Mary Joins . .
\. of NWVt -___ __ __ 4 : Hers _ ._ __ II .I .t 14.61NE14 LoU 4 6 A of Blk
of NEK f____.__-__.._.18 4 tl .1) Nero ltaw" - .- s.u of 8911'\4' of NW'11.. t II 10 5 F Mo.... 3tOn. City In 5 Lincoln
.. K C Green 6,51vl BH of SE". w.t of
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of BEjJ.r" 4 A In flW Cor or E 01 :
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1 IBEjK: eS.pt IBE" 'of BE'41 :---___111 4 ia /W It L Mieck. A Co --.......... 7355: % of el'4 ._._..__%_____--" 1 II I C N Holder 1.11 BH,railroad of .of..---.------.-_5! t II John Lawl . -

+ JA .. ATI 1 emept SEU ol' !: ) -_--,.27 4 IStP11 toO R L Blink eo --_ 7311y S A 'n NE Cor .r IIW", of 8Bt4b.ing1 at 8 NWK Una 60 ft NWK W of alo Ry beg; .
A
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.__ 8 .. leo - ., : N0 W
t1r 'N1Il4: or AE" "' NIl Ctw of 8L4 of NE
____.1. 4 II .0 A..r4aan Trap 0. line of Bee. 88 thence N to N
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350A autb..abrly" \ a p' 121 ft W S '
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FRIDAY.. JUNE 8, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY ELK GRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA. 1.
PACE NINE
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p Term visitor to Hampton this week.D. of Hampton visited his parents Mr. apply It.Publleoffll.'e. publbk.d. : /I j
scrip_ te. T. R. A. 0...... Co.a ones a .." 'cor four nnwrNlo
I..NECow..1A.M I W. Moor of Theressa, it shipping and Mrs F. M..Crews, Saturday. It a public trust and work I. the Bradford Count Telt.npb. a

church - -___.--.-_--I' 1 I. 11 It 0 G....... _ __ .... from Rev. James Strickland returned n.npap.r puhllah.d" I. said aunty and _..
Com at NW COT ;; NI4 of NE14 I tomatoes Hampton.A. on often an object of distrust This Mar 17. 1921.

a rua E .21 n. 8 10. n. :M. Williams was shopping in Sunday from Garden City where he' O. W. ALDERMAN.
W 1121 ft. N 1002 ft, a INoa-aI Ie-J) Clerk Circuit Court
A &ErAofNV4.1S14of Starke Friday. attended the Baptist union meeting, SHERIFF'S BALK Ily C. A. KNIGHT.rtrrcn. .

?Cot 4W14 of.r NI.o NE'or .NW1,4'1 A of I. NE fiR Mrs. M. L. Maynard of Alachua, lathe which began Friday and ended Sun: virtue Notice of la that hereby certain riven order that requlrlnir under and me by ta J. E. "*1>ut' Cask. ,

..4. being '10 ,cia E a W br 16Blew truest of her daughter Mrs. W. I all the hereinafter deMribed personal properly Solicitor for Complainant. BSOttlT ;'

N -- e4 a U 11 0 N Bolder _ ___ 1..n B. Alexander this week.A day.Mr.. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins and held by me vader a writ of attachment '
of &NEI4 ex W -ehw leeued out of and by the I.."" of he Circuit NOTICE OP AN ELECTION

a II 128 It 0' NEC of NE' Urge number of Hampton people rone. Bob and Lawrence of Lawtey,: Court for Bradford .......U'. t'lorld.rln.. By i tho ..."*"" veeieo in thorn. by the School I
date th llth day of May. A. l>. ; In thatcertain Lawa of Florida, the _
chid mi. Board of Public Inetru ,
.x W 54 ------ -/4 0 II .0 Jobn L G.... _____.. Lu
N' of S4 .01 NWy 0' NEV.er : attended the union meeting at the motored here Sunday and visited : ..... therein "" ..din.. wherein Bradford lion of Bradford county, ordera an .Imti. ,

> JC I'A ______________-8/ I U a L E Lee _ ____ __ I.n Christian church. Theressa Sunday.Dr. friends.. County Hank, a corporation la plaintiff U.. be held at the Itawllne.. achool hone eej ;
I
NE'4 of 8EIf. .. S A I. BII4: and Elisabeth Dee. le defendant I, W. lltK' Julw.th- '"". for thO'' purpoa of

<'or _ ____________ B4 8 II 81 JC I. Grllrla __ __ ._ f ,1NEV Biggs, of -Starke was called Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Miss Carrie J Florida. Fppereon., aa eherlff of Bradford county, the eetebltahln. a SlMlal Ta. Sehnol! bletriet of .'
I will offer for aale to the and above deaerlbed
0' BWVa .I 8E\4\ ___w--& I II 10 0 H M.Ica. _ ___ ...18FW" here Sunday evening to dress the Crews, Miss Winifred Wimberly and beet bidder for hlihret lrusless territory, ta elect three
aen, on Thnraday. the Klh <">dtod.rtermln.
of NW%( a N'1 or It" C C the amount of _II-
,, 8W'485 I II Grl4'I. _______ __ =1111S. day of June. A. I>. Intl. durum the leaal laps a ha a..d.:
colored Harry Wimberly business visitors
% 0' NII4: a E% of NE\o\ of wounds of Willie Williams a were -
home of .. In .
front of the eonrt hour door h of h..ld'..
purpoee _
NW"!NW"of 8WV4 _.. __.n ___II'B' I I 21 tI 100 10 Au W C Bursar Facer __ ._._._._______ 191'.17{ man. whose wife had stabbed him to Starke Monday.A. In lowlnadVoerlbed Btarka, Bradford county. Florida...tha. fol. taw Cordon rollo..l... ....n..... .. ."....Int.aald.!*I O.B

wy or SWIf, _ _____.. ... 2 'tl 60 M M Gr1811 _.____ 11.10 with a razor. Williams 'wife was arrested A. Crews was transacting business Klaht head of personal clock cattle property, marked- .It.*rofnnperblt > Sam Harr.ll L.John..l.w. EICLLITER A.-
.I 8W", _ __ 10 U.koowa -
_ -
FEY 8 'I U 1.17
and ,In one aar. crop half Beur-d-ll In H. R. WlGOINS.
Jo/E1,4 01 SW'" ii 18 In NWCor by Deputy B. J. Johns in Starke Saturday.J. Chaiem.a "
the other branded
ear, with diamond n. Alao ewnarp.
_ -2 '121 I'f C B Mark. _ aBN placed In the county jail at Starke. _
W. Broxton of on ray mar male about 10 old named
of NW1______ 'I II 10 I C Gainey _.............. ..... Hawthorne was Cliff. 0... yellow mare mala. ,yam about 10
46 A. of of SW1,4 _____ 'I.. 21 Henry MilcbeD Sr "..17NW' Rev. N. T. King was shopping In a business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. old, named Dunk. One black mar mull about tsars rrrrnoM FOR ELECTIONnnnorahle .
.
of NE% 1 m. I A I. NE Starke old named ". Board I-ublle "
Tuesday. Inetruetlon. Brad
Co _ ___.._______--1 'I.. 81 Uoknowa _ _ ,.. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children % yore W. i. EPPERSON.: ford Coast" Florida, '..
or 8EV1 ______._ .0 R A ........ W. B. Alexander Miss Wilma Wa
NE\4\ -- I 9 I. apt Mrj. of Starke, spent Sunday here -S-St-4MO.. Bhrriff Bradford County Fla. the' undenlirned. patron of Dowllna
E'i y! or 8'1 of 8W\4 of BE\4 I 'II 10 B F M.rsan ....-. ,.?- 1.8 Alexander and Mrs. M. I Maynard eenool petition your honorable body la call aaelection
W14 or SWVW of w\4 .. 1 A I.NS with relatives. ta .tabllab a ._1.1 tax district ** ,
(10 _ --____--.L.! .. I 1 !1 11 Phancl. C1&rk _ n 4.53Wr4 motored to Waldo Sunday. ORDER FOB PUBLICATIONIn be known aa 1I..h... Special ,... Bchool Dto- .,

of NW'i or SW\4\ 4 'I 22 20 Unknown _ 4.81: Mr. 'and :Mrs David Jones Dennis Circuit Court, State of Florida, Elr.hU S&flSX ? ".*.... the IHI "1". *-
Com .t NW Cor or ewu of14E Some people make in noise what Judicial Circuit. Bradford County. In Chan. '
% a tan E 780 fl. B 180 Brannen and Lynn HaU spent Satur- up ...ry.J. and llone. HI. tt. 14, tl. 14. It. S4.
ft. W no ft 1'1 180 ft a they lack In sense. P. Totnllneon, ..*., Half of flee. It. TwV.4 siithV* S*
tog- ---_-------..__ 5 722 J Amy L.a _ '.Ia day at Tber .... CooapW...". Eat SSL40". 1. I, II and North Half .f .
E1%", of NE4 af NE\4 a BE'4or Last Thursday evening at 8:30: Miss Numerous writers tell the world va I St.. 4. Twp. t. R 10 Ban. 11. Sa.NOTICB .I
NE _ ----____._____ I 'I U 80 Jpmm Clark :. 1.... how to make money but they get lit- John Henry Culver, ., al.. 6l. T_ 4 Ranre. tl RatJORNNIE '
,
Wilma
$14ofN! 01NW4&SW54ofNw54 Alexander: entertained at her Defendant. ADIl1SON.

0 BW" __.___.__.....1 7 U sae C 1. Peek. _ _____ 11.11BWIA home with a Flinch and Rook tie of It themselves. blht appearing by affidavit I appended ta th* EDDIE Km.FR.
.r NWt,4 S'1 of NW'4 party.A filed In the above elated rauaa that John J. W ADDI8ON..
of 81'' _ ----______.1 'I n II Jam. Clark _ ..n prize was given to the one who Nothing Is quite so Insistent as hun- Henry Culver, th* defendant therein named, B. ItrTK.TLINEY.
N15 of N614!: .f NE>t4 .--_..-..-.. 0 7 .. to J P P..p\ee. Agt :__ a.n ger. It comes unbidden is never welcome la a non-naldent of the State of Florida and OORDON.
;' or NiI\4: I .7 II 10 J E Sul Ipso 1,11NwV4ofNEVaes10AInBE played the most games and the one ... la a neldeot of of Abho>vm.. Alabama, H R. ROniNRON
\ who played the least number the and departs only when satisfied. and la over the am of twenty-one year t It ROM DODB8

Co _ __________ 7 M 80 0 H Marts _ I." Faults are unfortunate yet they ta therefor ordered that said non-realdent W W. WASP MAN.
NWI4 of NW\4 _____10 7 21 60 J P Paplm Aat 7.19BW14 winndrs being Miss Eva Hodges. and defendant b* and lie hereby required to appear JOB CRAWFORD,
of NWIf _.____________.10 7 I. .0 A. .I Grima 'f.1'1 Byrd Mullady An advertisement contest are of value to the person who profits to tha bill of complaint filed In said i BAM HARRFLU:
Bw14 of NEV4 Bw.. 0' adIA from them. eauaa oa or before Monday, tha totb day of J. T. RARRELL,
or NW", - -?-__ 7 II .0 W 0 FOIIWw _ _..l'I.." was enjoyed In which Misses Leo- June. A. D. 121. otharwla th* allocation of I O II:. nYAI,
B,", of NW" of SWIf __._11 'II 10 W T Wb _?___ 410 and Houser and Many people are blessed with wit- laid bill will b* taken aa confound by eajddefendant. M. L. RARRELUSeetlona
.. or NE" 1100 The na Mullady Margaret I
Alf NE1i 4 .-----.1! 7 22 8ontbeyn c.We Pk.dlnaAn
Co _ ___ 81." Lee Parker won prizes. dom but cursed with an inability to It la further ordered that than. order bFgj4

--------- .14 7 U 110 J'snl B.... _ ...., r OF IiUmON: :
E% .r NE",. a NW\4 MA NE The colors used were green and yellow ny the' power veated. In them by the aehnol

a NE\4\ of NW14 a W'1 of ferns and sun flowers being tastefully laws of the State of Florida, the Board of
SW54 of REV ________le 'I. 100 Paul Bra _ ___ ".81 I'ublle: iMtruetloa' of Bradford County here ,
NWI4 of NW' a 8%of Nw.. used in the decorations. Those by calle an election" In ha held at tha Branimaehoolhonee 'I f

NE" of 8W44 _ ___...-.I6 'I. 11I0 II. H!: B Dw 1'1.81 present Leona June 4. 1B2I. to drtermln wheth.er .. .
fiE'4 of 8WIf Ii 7 n .0 0 R Itl_ _._ . 7.n were Beryl Mullady, the territory Inri"..... In Seetlona It II. ,'JT.

8'1 of NW54 _ ---_________le 'II 80 C H Rlt.es __ 13.65N14 Mullady, Eva Hodges Maggie and ..". t South. Ranre It fleet. Keetlona I, t,
of NE% a NEVI .r NW\4..18 T .2 120 E B Doo.- __ 0.111 Julia 7. I, 176, and Woet Half of Nortbweet .,"
F14 .f NE ______________.18 'II 80 M. E B 0.. 11.81 )Maxwell Corine and Elizabeth y0X3 Quarter and Rmithweet Quarter of Sea. 5. ?:
8E\4 of 8W", _____.________18 172 10 loo Ivey Pollard. __ '..nNEW. Wheeler, Mrs. Williams Miss Ethel and .Weit Half ....... 1R, Twp. t South, Kanr
of SW'" NW" or SE"111 '1.1 RO I H Pollard. 13.81 to ....t. shall he made a peelal tax arhont ,

814 .f .---___________ 'I ta 80 I.... Ivy Poll.... _'__ 11.88 Hunt, Messrs. Clyde Mullady. Cyril and ta elect three truitera and ...
1464 or 8E one 8 A t.. BE Cor Manire Lee Parker E. C. Williams.Ice t."ln. the amount of mill... ta be son
.
7 AnNE Co, of SW'k i ... a

of 8614 _ -__________.___1! T .1 70 W.. NI.klea n .. 11." tea and sandwiches were served. Fk.k.. jmrpamm at boWing said. .....tlon the
All B","4 of NW" of 8W14 N rolutwlntr manaireni are appointed. J. L.
Mrs., Van Alstine of Willeford has
E\4\ of SW54Bof0 S aPR TorMO. 2.. ... Addison, and L. O. flodreeH.

.. ex 2 A-In BE Car, a NE been a visitor to Hampton. L. W' KtCKI.ITER,

If, of W4 or BW\4\ _________tI 7 .1 BO RoI.n John. __ ____ ...1 Small size Michelins: are .Ml. of the B. ,WTOOTN8 rhalrma
Lot 2la .,'. add to lIampo Secretary t114114.dletrli .

Ion .. ___________._____18 7 21 --_ John 0 Smith ............_ 1.11 Mrao quality material.. by the .*..
N% of NE'" a SW64 01 NE\4 HIGHLAND careful worktatn. In the ... modern NOTICE OF MABTTCH-8 BALK

8'1 01 NE", of NW\4 1 i Hereby nntlea la .lven under and by
A I. BE Co _ _.____1. __.20 T .1 1111 inn 1.r. Pollard. ___._ 2107OE factory that hart mad Michelin virtue of th.t certain decree that
of '
"4 of NE'4 __10 7 .1 .0 M.. Batilla Sdbotell __ -'..1'1NI Highland, June 3.-Mrs. J. A. Starling Rbi.ahaped Tubes and other MlcheU. made .nd rendrred by the' Honnrahl foreeloenra A, V.
Vix 8E
,{, of NW 12.A-In had business Wednes Lonv. Jurf.e. of the ICI.hth Jadtel.l Clrenlkof .
Cor:: _ ___. ____ ._..21 T I. 18 tn. Ivor Pollard M_ 1..11 in Starke _ _ ..product) faSMITH'S Florida In chancery elttlnc In the Circuit
All .___.________.28 7 2. 1110 Paul Bra _ _____ 86.17p Court for Bradford County, Florida, tha
All r ______._.21 T 21 11.0 Paul II.... _ __ 11I.41 day.Melvin 8rd day of Mar, A. D IDtl In favor nf on... 1C.l .
All ax W4.of,! 8Wi4...__?.2B 1 22 180 I'.ul Bra __ 1111.17WI George, of Starke was visIting *l.k1e aa complainant and analtut C. J.

,.!, of 8W'4 _ ______________-.t8 'I. 80 Ilnkaown _ .---.. .... 11.89 relatives here Wednesday.Mrs. Johnson. a. defemlant' the undeinlvned. will '
NW J'Aorn NE'4 a N'4 of .-28 7 12 120 Fpul.Bea. 2o.el offer for aale. at the. front door of tha court
NW Cor of E14 of SW ,. H. C. Wimberly returned on *t loina In HterVe, Florida. during the .leraltoitre
14'4 of NEII4 .. 1 A for .holehn 7 II \ J.nnl. Blck.ont..._ I... Wednesday from a short visit to St. ) of .ale. on
a BW1,4 ofAE4ofNWaNWI4ofN NE"- "
MONDAY. THE Si ITT PAY OF JUNK: lOll
Augustine.: In the hl.I.t; and bent bidder for rash the
W\4 ------------1? 7 .U 210 Paul B...._ _ ______ 1.8'1 George Carter was transacting bus nllitwlnv. de.erilied ........ iAnuthfiaHt
NV" or \ quarter of noKtiea.t. quarter of ,
&NE14 of SWVaA514 ie8W14 iness in Lawtey Thursday. eetlnn twenty-thrco ((18) I slim the went half

\ ot 8W", a BE\4\ or SWY4a Miss Ollie MalT in J GARAGE of the northweet quarter and ..".nt,. t7ftraroa > 5.
was shopping
w"" 0' SE\4 on N10Aa .
dnep on the weet aide of the ...t half
NE1or BE' 8'1 or SEIk Starke Friday.Mr. n' th* northwest quarter nf eertlon twenty,
.f SEl4 ---_-_-_-_-__28 7 .1 B80 W F NI.kola _ ____ 110.71 j Starke Fla.COMMERCIAL four' (84). tewnnlilp five (6), ..n... Flwhteee) t
AI a Dyal, of Jacksonville, was a i.. fiR) anuth and ea.t containing one hundred] ;
N'4 :'SW'I,4S: WB"'O ._ __IB 7 12 I. L L Btod.nb..b _ ___ B.18 business visitor here Friday. thlrty-two ((182) .,_. more or 1_. i'
AI4. of B I J. S!. FUTCn.Mneelal '
F Ry. ._, pfr'i rnoJ: ".29 'II 20 P .I Parse . ........... 10.81BE4 Robt. L. Crews and daughter, Hazel a.r- . Mailer In Ch.....".

0' BEIA; ________________-29 'J I. 10 W. F. NI.1a _ ___ 'J.n JOE HIT.?. WILI.IAMH.
Bea .t NJIJ Co, of Lot II sub Btillcltor, for Complainant. 8.1I-.t.-1I.
dl" of 1 V 0' NE'4 a run - -- - --- -- --- ---__ :
W B 80 f 103
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N l00rt'to lwr -_!:.---__ :__29 T 12 __ W E MaC.re _ ; 1.111 MAHTFR-H BalE: n
Notice la nereby vtvcn' that under and In
Lo I a of 2 sub dlv of k
rl JtI __ 4 Walter Whltk- _ UT purauane. of a certain final' decree of fore,
NEVI: __BO 7 u
,.. ... J
..I .. of ..1.. made and rendered on the
A or that of NW1,4
N 4 portion
ind day of May A. n. 1UZ1. In and by thalurive
of NEC( Bing W of S A L Ry ; I'.IIB of the Circuit Court In, and for Brad
I
fi g h t. ford County. Florida, In chancery, In that 5

R'14 of NWI: rub_div.:! -80 'J II "e P J Pam. _ u. certain ..u.. therein pendlne.. wherein. EU.ha
Kit. I. complainant and Flljah Kite and
All W5 or BE'4 of SW'4 wor, 22NWy T W.ltr Whitton _ 1.8' Mary Jane Klan, hie wife., are At.fendanta.I '

%mot W-4----g: ; 22 .11 Oro 8 Y..r..r _ '1.1'SE A. S Cr._, an Special Ma.ter ehall nf.
f.. for .. al ptililla outcry and will all to
JOB
7 12 120 N P C..th.n_ __ 20 I
.f NW'4 a N55of 8W',441HII! Unknown _ ___.. 1680 the hlhe.t. and haul bidder. for ....h. In-fore
,! of ___._ __ ______ 1 II '
--- :
:: the doors of the enurthoutie In) Barks, Drad.
WV BW N; F Cauthan : ; 13.89 a
or \ __________ __.__.Bl T 21 ford County Florida, Monday the Sib day
W14 of NW11a of NW\4\ ._-______82 7 21 20 Unknown - ------ II.I on
of Jun. A, n KIM. durlnr the lenal. hour.of .
200 W F Nleboa _ ......... .'.88 t
.NF,14 a NE'4 01 NW\4\ _--_-_.U 'II ..1.. the following described property t..
of SI!:'/ a W14of E1 of
wit Five In the Boutheaet comer of
aerea
N'E\ -__._ .:. ._- -.82 'II 110 1 R Dover _ 10.88 PRINTINGC the Bouthrant Quarter nf the Nnrtheaet Quar. ,6 0

B64 of SE1,4 or SW\4\ .a 8W\4\ tar and tha North Ifnlf of the Hnntheaet
eo N P Cauth.n' _ __ 10.88
of SEV _____ _.82 7 21
Quarter of Section Twenty-flve. Town.hlprive
or NW14- .._ .-----__.B8 7 II 10 E E Harden 7.17Su '
RW54 . 3.51NW14 South, R..... Tw.nly-.m. Fast I Also tha I
____.__._.B8 7 20 N P Coth
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or NETof SE14 211 : : = Want Quarter of the 8outhwe Quart. of '
of flW14 ______________" 7 10 Paul 11...._ 7.17 the Northwest Quarier of Bectliin' Thirty.TownMhlp Ir''

NWV a E1 SW 4 ; Five South, Ranee Twenty<4wo Eaontalnlne ..
BEa"f of BE14 :! __8. I !1 200 N" CautMn _____ 34.x0 .)
In all Nlnety-flvo
----- ; ; more or
Bra Dr .20 It or NE4. or AE'4..1I1 7 .1 1 Unknown _ ------ ..11 I 1 1 '. ...' I... AIM the Rut Half of l.I.: .. -II q 1

Corn 10 It W of NE Cor or Nil: In Wnorilawn. In 8*..tl"n Thlriy Township 1
\\4 or 8E'4 l run 8 RIO It. W )' > Flee Booth, flanire TwentyHwo Past contain
Jr It E 1810 ft to I *. s,, Nnfft.t .
11110 ft, 110 1.08 Ina Five acre, more nr !w. Also Rld.1I _ .. t
__.___... __ __ B. 'II I John B of
._ ? __ '. r Nine and Weat Half of the Fart Half
_ 11.89
Nbet 0' SEI,&. _ . _-86 '1.1E' BO G M Benn.tt Lot Number lwentyfour In Woodtawn. !.

.., or NEJ.0' NEI4rxe.ptn.m Beetlnn Thirty' Township Flop South ofIt.n.
f
III It N 0' fiE Coo Ir nn .. Twenty-two. Raet.!: ontalnln Twelve; i'
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N 118 ,dA. W 220 yda. S 110 '':' : l and one-half aeree. more or 1 I... All In Bradford -

yda. 1: 220 ydn to M.) A N'4 I .I Phtllice ..81 LETTER HEADS ,. : :1' snooty. Florida I
t - -- ---
of NE" or BE" of NE14 _...83 11 \ A. g CREWS
'.81
c..thea
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21 Monad
W'L of NW'L of 8Wu .7 FlN Special d1
14 ___.___ n 8o..t..m C."I. F.ding !
{, or NW'4 - __.__. 81 A. K AflKINfl. a 1.
Co 11.115W14 f .. Solicitor for Complainant. ......-...
p'; === ,
__. 1 .. .0 P .I '. - --- 7.17B.s BILL HEADS
of NW" _______ ___ I --- -
.t quarter fIN. 1101 or half NOTICE: OF ELECTION: : 4i.
mil. post on N IIn. of Sao 2a wf.L I BE: IT KNOWN. That w.. aa member of
'
.un 8 10 d........ E lR8 '1. :,: the Hoard of County Commln.lanera, In anal i
for a atartint PI. 6014. p1 be- for Bradford County, Florida, In puranane .
,J. .
l... 110 ft front eentar of tr NOTE HEADS \.>: ta Chapter 7992 Lan of Florida, areallaejRpeolal ' y

track. thrnee B 841fo d.......... 1 :. Road and. Bridie. Mtalrtct Number S
E parallel with ray 10 rt th...... Two In Bradford County, Florida do hereby ,s,
N 5614 .._. E 40 It t_ ' ". notice. that an election" will be held. !.
N 8't,{, d........ W BO ft. p : : ) Sp.e1.1lead and Hrlilire Dlalriet Number' /
tho>... 8 1154 11........ W .0 ftto ENVELOl'ESCARDS : : Two, Bradford County, on tha FlratTuoday j

pt of bos In NW' ef N __ It M Wing __ 1.1. .. .,. In June. A. D. 2'-t':: ". .am. beta* f
t t 21
114--------: the Seventh day thereof forM purpoaa of ,
8214 of NW14 W% NW4 JlI W C Foaar _ 40.00 electing three member, of the board of boadtruatoea.
a 8w4 - -_--_-_. ..__ 1 1 .. -- ;1 On. ......1.ln. tha hliihnt. number i ''i
W14 of NEI4 SW NWI4ot of pow In said dlatrlct for a term of thaw ;
:NZ'4 W.1 of year one reeelvlua' the nest hlchnt. n meer '1 r
NE\4\ of 0' B 210 W 0 Faster _ $6.,! of rots In said dletrlct" for a term ot two Nj
W14 W'"' of AW1,4 flW'4__ 1 1 M 1Unknown _ ___ .... pant i and on. reeelvlne the ne n blejhennumber
Rao of E'At or NE\4\ of Nil:" .-.- 1 I,1I of vetea In said. district. for a yam j,
WI.j of NE14 of NW\4 .WW SHIPPING TAGS POSTERS of one year, aid I terma to berln the tlea
JA of S114ofNWV4&E\ day of July A, O. 1921, or aa :thereaftermm ''

of BIC" of NW\4 of NW'4 45 llel T Wolf _ _____ 1.71 he may qualify. 1
E'1 .r NI\4:\ or IIW\4\ of NW -.11 121W IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF: we have here
% of BE'4 of NEy!: 0' NW unto act our handa at oar regular, meetrna/

a E% 01 SE",, of SW\4\ 0 III 3 n RIIU..ndt .___ ....1 WINDOW CARDSBRADFORD In Starke, Bradford County, Florida Was thai.
11 1 II 4th day of April A. D. "..
.J' :'::::::=:::::-:11 .1 80 C H Drek. _ ---- 194311y C. A. MOHgRltl. Chairman.

1.10 A InSE Cor of Et4 of NW&N520ftofN.4 I -, J. M, NROWNIEE:.
of II H. WIMIAM8.

8W... E 118 It of 8E" or H. P. OAINEY.
BE" of BW14 l 814 of NW% .. T. tKJWLlNO.Atteatl .
of SEr.: W4AaW0SWv l 11I1 ..{
of 8E\4 a N.. 01 SE" 0' 8E'4 a 8V of 2t1A of SE4 C Clerk. .-.-.t4NOTICtl .

n 1 A. In NE Co Nt 10' Brooklyn Led C. _ _.._ 11."
-11 I.
Two R. A".In NW Cor of SW% of I Robon' 0.1. ......_ 1.42 OF ELECTION I
.. _... .. BE IT KNOWN. That we. aa _be.. *4 i
NtWo'1: MW% -of iji--: !--W54- --II. 881) It D Caylaa _ __ IU. S the Board of County CommlaalotMra la nod _.qj

A NW\4\ of BE\4 ?__.____11 : :: 2110 W C Facer _ __ t7.u for Chapter Bradford 7990 County. Lawa, Florida.of Florida.In purauaaeata areaUnalSpecial I 1t
8W\4 a NWIf 0' BEt _---11 ; .11 Unknown _ '___ 1.11 .;
Read and Bride District Number
Lot ___w--1 ___ I.B2IIW" oj;
_
a. g 40 lJa"io i Donny. \
On in Bradford County. Florida, do hereby8lv
of-N---- .._ _. ___118W"
-- M '
notle that election will be bald U>
of NE14 hoe 1 OA In NE ::: mm .'
I Road and Brldira THatrlat NumberOne.
a NE% COUNTY
Cop a 1:1: {, of NW\4 Bradford County Florida, on the Plat

of 1S l''II; a lzv.. of.._?SWa-_-_.a-__.. 1 II 180 Brooklyn Land Co : --- 16,11E4 Today In Jnn. A. '.d. 1911. th* un>e bums

of NW'4 a E 1 A of W54 60 Ikea Donl.l _ ____ 11.1 th* Seventh day thereof for toe purpoae bond*f .I
slanting thre membem of th board of
*
_______II 121
of 8W\4\ .r NE",. _ _
....... One recelvlni th* hlaheet. number "
-- of row In said dlatrlct for a term of three r
..
- -
--- - year i on* receiving th* Mot fcla-heat. number
HAMPTON Josephine Sullivan attended the union TELEGRAPHSTARKE of vow In said district for a term of tw
punt and on. ...19In., the nest hlchaatnumber ,
meeting at Theressa Baptist church of vote In aald district for a term

Sunday. nf one year, said term to bavin on the nrat
Hampton, June 3Mr. and Mrs. day of July.. A. D. 1921. or ae soon thereafteraa
Ethel Hunt was shopping in he may qualify
Miss
the
B. Haynes, of Winter Haven, are i IN TESTIMONY WHEKFOF wa havd her*,

crnests of his parents this week. Mr. Starke Monday.Rev. FLORIDA unto aet oar hand at our rra-nlar meetlo
In etark. Bradford County Florida thla th
of Gainesville preached
,
Haynes is I assistant postmaster: at Smyzer 4th day of April A. 11. Ivlt 1, i
at the First' Christian church Sun- C A. RO8FRT8 Chairman.
Winter Haven, and ne spends his an- J. M. IlKOWNIlCr..
day evening. H H. WIIIIAMS.H .
friends and relatives -
nual vacation with P. OAINFY.B )
here. W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn was a T. DOWLINO.

J. King and business visitor here Tue day. AttaatlO. I
Rev. N. T. King, E. W ALDfRMAN.:
family 'Mre. Idella Priest and Mrs. Mrs. Hentey, of Theressa, was a Clerk. 4-... ..-





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TENt FRIDAY JUNEJ. 1921.
PACE BRADFORD COUNTY TELE CRAP!!. STARKE. FLORIDA.
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FARMER BROWNMeet '




Farmer Brown at DeWITT C. JONES HARDWARE STORE :;

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SATURDAY and .MONDAY Only .


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and Malcolm Harrell, Misses Elma

4f.'y and Ruby Edwards attended the un!,
-- ion meeting at Mounteocha Saturday S

m Mr. lIolden, of Pittsburg Penn., Is '

'y County News Items the guest of his daughter, Mrs C. J.
IF Willoure.C. FORD ON

,- -- M. Andreu and family attended
church at Brooker Saturday night.
11 *...etbII facts Gathered During the Week br Our
Rand Crews was i visitor to Worthington
Regular Correspondents.

Miss Sunday Gladys Cain morning., of Plant City, is Farm TractorMore -
... 5
1. .,, -- visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
KAIFORI ents, Mr.' and Mrs. T. H. Rimes, this W. II. Harrell.
r week.
Bill Surrency left Sunday after
Raiford, June 3.-Mies Ruth Rob Earle' Peeples Visited relatives in
a cite, who has been visiting relative Georgia last week.J. spending. a few days with his family. than 100,099 Fordson tractors have been sold to farmers in the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harrell were
and friends here for the past week, I* Brown was a visitor to Lake guests Sunday of, Mr. and Mrs. Joe United States. They are helping: those farmers do more and better workin

"- returned to her home In Worthington Butler last week.T. Harrell, of LaCroBse. less time and at less cost North, East South, Went--everywhere the,

Monday afternoon., II. Waters and family visited O. W. Barry was a visitor to Brook. Fordson has proven itself a money-maker and a real necessity to the far.
A .D. Andrew. and eon, hemp were relatives near Providence Sunday..
visitors to Lake Butler Friday. Miss Grettls Thomas is visiting her er Tuesday.Mr. mer. Besides it is helping mightily to solve the labor problem.
and Mrs. C. M.Andreu'attended -
Charlie Sapp of Lawtey,was a vis ulster Mrs. Wm. Thomas, of New
I ,
the funeral of the little son of Mr. These one hundred thousand more practical farmers have affirmedthe
tor here Friday afternoon. River.
and Mrs. Rance Thomas. at' Midway economy-the exceptionally low fuel and operating cost of the Ford-
Earl Whitten, Shepard Moore, Lacy H. G.: Crawford made a business ,
Cason and Clarence Ritch were vis. trip to Lake Butler Friday. TueedaylMr. son: its time and labor saving qualities and its ability to increase poduction. -
and Mrs. T. B. Edwards were
tore to Lake Butler'Friday night. O. L. Mizelle, of Worthington, was visitors to Worthington Saturday. The Fordson was built to be the most economical tractor is com- ,

H. W. Raiford was a visitor to Lake in this community Sunday. Mrs.'T. L. Willis and children were 'pact and devoid of excessive weight. And it is built of the same' strong

Butler Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Riven, jf guests Sunday 'of Mr. and 'Mrs. BMcLcod iron and steel as is the Ford car.
Jeff Dowling, of Lawtey, was 1 In Lake Butler, visited relatives in this of Dukes. f

t town Saturday. community Sunday. Mrs. N. G. Hayes was shopping in Winter or bad weather does not hinder the Fordson's usefulness. Day 4
Miss Loca Cason, of Jacksonville, J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was in this
Worthington Friday. or night twenty-four hours day if choose utilize'the Ford-
a you -you can
spent the week-end here with her parents section last week
Mr. and Mrs. Oulter Boyd were tho
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Casonr son
guests Wednesday of their daughter,
r, Earl Walter and Warren Whitte
imOOKEU Mrs. T. L. Willis. Only Fordsons allotted this Orders
and Clarence Hitch attended the bait so many are territory. are being

game at Lawtey Thursday afternoon. Drooker.June8sClaude Crosby PINE HILL filled in sequence-first come first served. Let us have yours now.There' .
1 B. D .Andrews and Charlie Shaw '
in Hampton Tuesday morning.
was
practical tor the Fordscn of the
visitors take a use every day year. Let's
were to Butler Sunday Pine Hill June 8. Mr. and Mrs.
I Virginia Week. spent last week -
morning. tell you. Come in and have a tractor talk: Give us the chance to makea
with relatives and friends in Starke. Robby Parrish and daughter Gertrude
t Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. B. T.'Crosby were in of Five Mile, were weekend demonstration on your own farm.
little son, John Arthur, Misses Ruth Gainesville Monday afternoon. guests of A. L. Greene.
Roberts and Evelyn White were via Messrs. J. E Clemens and E.
Among those who attended Masonic ; son.
itors to..Kingsley. lake Sunday afternoon II. demons*were fishing at Earleton
lodge at Graham Saturday afternoonwere
., The Ford
',.'" Messrs.' R T. Osteen, Eldon Baxter Beach last week. Garage

Lake Shepard Butler Moore Sunday was afternoon.a, visitor to ,,Carl Ward and P. M. Barefoot 1 visitors L. D. Johns to Brooker and J. E.Saturday Clemons morn were _

W. J. Epperson of SUrke was a Truby Pinhol.ter and Ardell Crosby '
W. Andrews
I J Jr.
business visitor here Friday.A. spent Sunday afternoon at Gra ing.I.. W. Pinholster, Sr., attended services Dealer
D. Andrew. and Earl Whitten ham.I. .
at Theressa last weekend.Mr. .
r W. Pinholstvr has been ,In the STARKE FLORIDA
were business visitors to Starke Mon
.. and Mrs. R. H .Greene and children ,
4 day. sick list. were visiting In Lake Butler ..
.1' Miss Cora Thompson, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell spent Sunday afternoon. J)

p,. is visiting at the home of Mrs Wednesday with relatives at Dukes.D. John Colson was the guest of his -
D. C. Cason, this week. W. Hazen, who has been visiting: -
.
son. Jack of New River, Sunday.
relatives in South Florida for the
Misses Ada and Julia Register of
5 Mr. and Mrs. A.. B. Surrency were
Lake Butler visitors past[ two weeks returned home Sat months. missioned officers and the first '' '
were here Sunday visiting in Brooker Saturday after summer sergeant "Ufl UKPtntBfllBsWIHJsmHisBtogafSIX ..... ."'''''''!:
afternoon. urday. noon. J. T. QUIGLEY was the witness and the prose
L Clevey ,Sapp moved this week, to Mrs. Anna Murrhee, of Starke was Messrs. Evan Hodge and Dave I Sunday School Supt. cuting attorney. All the boys plead
f-t.: Augustine. They have lived herea the weekendHIlt of her mother Green were callers In the Five Mile guilty but one, but he was quickly
a number of years and we regret' they Mrs. S. J. Kelly. section Sunday. PRICES REDUCED made to see the error of his ways.'
' must leave us. Bertie Thomas entered the normal The fines alone were not heavy, but GILLETTEBLADES
' ; Mrs. Dene Thigpen and daughter, I .
W. I. Roberts left Sunday for Jacksonville here Monday. accompanied by Mrs. Alice Oliver We are taking orders for June de- the sheriff' and other costs were
returned -
I where he has Be sure and attend B. Y. P. U. next and the
accepted a posi to their home in Palatka Sun livery now.Overland added boys had-to shell out I
tion. Sunday, night 'The program will he day. touring.and roadster, $695. from $7.50 to $8 each. e
Mrs. W. R. Conner and tittle grandson rendered by Group 2. The subject .hi, Overland coupe, $1,000.

t Russell left Saturday for Jacksonville A Devotional meeting with Jesus on J. H. Powell Jr., is at home after Overland Sedan, $1,275. TRANSPORTING BOOZE WithHOLDER

where they will visit relatives the seashore. Everybody invited. taking a course in a business collegeat Willy.-Knight touring and roadster, -
T for several days. A. B. Shaw, a prominent citiien of Savannah, Ga. .$2,560. Bert Forsyth was arrested near the
C'' Mrs. D. C. Caaon is spending this Gainesville, was In here first of the Willys-Knight Sedan $2,750. depot Saturday night by the sheriff
week in Jacksonville. week attending to business. officers for transporting "shine." Hs
Mr. aVid Mrs. Joe E. Wilson returned F. O. B. Factory.
r Miss Iva Dowllng and brothers, Mrs. Whittemore of Lake Butler, to Gainesville Tuesday after Cable from Austrlia-Queensland was lodged in Jail until Monday morn
Leon and Ressle, spent the weekendin pent. the week-end here with her brother spending several days here with rela I Automobile Club: I ing when he had a hearing before $1.25PREPAID
{ Worthington visiting their grandparents E. T. Stewart. tives. "Economy test won by Overland? County Judge Green. He plead guil-
Mr. and Mrs. Dukes.S. Pitt and Grady Baxter who have Model 4, 1st and 2nd prizes." ty, and the fine .and costs imposed
T. Dowling was a visitor to Lake been on the sick list are much betterat John H. Powell of Jacksonville wasa QUIGLEY OVERLAND CO. upon !him amounted to $70.

{ Dutler,during the week., this writing. guest Sunday at the home of his In Attractive Case
Mrs. Emma Brown.of Lake City, brother L., C. Powell who has been CARD OF THANKS TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL j I
; MILLERMiller who has been visiting"relatives .bere .
,. (II for some days. Mr. Powell's many -
for'the past three weeks returned! to friends will be pleased to know that We take this method of expressing Names;of Those Who; Paid Sub crlp. Satisfaction Guarantee

June 3.-Miss Ruby Parrish her home Wednesday.Mr he has recovered sufficiently' / to be up bur heartfelt thanks to the many kind Hens Daring May I I or Money Refunded
;i .hall returned home after teaching a and Mrs. E. B. Andreu spent and about. and loving friends who so faithfully ,
., successful term at Seville. Friday with relative. at Midway. < stood by and assisted us during the H. A. Bishop, E. C. Croft R. This offer for a limited
J.' 8. Brown made a business tripto Frasier Shaw, of Plant City la on Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hemingway,. returned sickness and death of our loving husband Reaves S. L. Peek Mrs. F. L. M'I time
Lake Butler Friday. a visit with his mother Mrs. Bryant home Tuesday from Wilson, and father. We' thank those Mrs. Eva Elixon, G. W. Anderson, S. only.

+ D. L. Clyatt was a business visitor Shaw. N. C., where they went to vi.ltthe1r, who rendered service in any way for M. Dukes, Robert Demon t, A. O.
to Worthington Thursday. E. T. Stewart spent the week-end eon Shortly after arriving at Wilson the words of kindness and comfort Andreu.J. J. Blackwelder, Miss Cas- Remit by money order or

'1' Mrs. C. M. Clyatt and granddaugh with his family. Mr.'Ramtagway was taken ill and which were spoken to us during those lie Cole, F. A. Hess, Mrs. H. C. demons cash-.no Stamp
ter, Miss' Mabel Brown, visited rela-' Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, for some days his recovery.was despaired sad hours and especially do we thank Mrs. C. McCormick, J. B. Flor-
thee and friends in Jacksonville last who spent last week In Plant City of, but he is now able to bf the friends for the-beaatifol floral offerings rid, J. D. Carmichael, Dr. W. E. Mid-
; week. returned horn Monday oat again. brought as the last token of 'dleton H. N. Abraham D. W. Swine FRAn RAZOR CO.
;I t A goodly number the people of Henry Hedge, who very }11la.t love and respect May. God's richest del, W. C. demons, E. B. Johns Mrs.
.,,c;" this community attended the chil week somewhat improved at this. ,Do not take too seriously the woman blessings rest upon each and every F. J.FK. JR. D.Strickland Sam Har- I ti758ROADWAYNEW

dren's day exercise at Bland Sunday.: writing' who says shs is on the shady side one of you. rail, W. L. dark W. B. Alexander, YORK CITY
A B. E. Brown was In Lake Butler on 1 of 40. .The sun shines on both side Mr. S. B. Denmark and Family. Eddie Billiard, H. B. Levee, E. H.
business Friday. '1 BRADFORD Some Douglass H. Guy k.lll'lh_ __ __ ,, .
people are so painstaking In : Alderman E. T. """""""
y, -v N. H. Stokes made .'buaine.. trip I -- I their truthfulness It leads others to COURT MARTIAL ramsn, u. Haynes, R. C. Heiberger.
Y ,to Providence Friday. Bradford, June 3. Mr. and Mrs.' suspect they are prevaricating.! C. B. Heiberger Myra Barr, I. W.
: A chicken pilau was given at the C. W. Edwards and little daughter, Saturday afternoon a court martialwas Pinholst r. Jr., Brady Thomas, C. L. Prescott .L. Brown, F. T. Norman
\ home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Clyatt Jorene, spent the week-end at the BAPTIST held at the armory, at which Peek, H. R. Sapp J,.B. Prevatt Ceo. L N. Nettles D. L. Silcox Miss Lola
Saturday night, which was well at- home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rim_ eight members of the local military E. Kelly, W. R Swanbom J. L. Star Stokes, Max Klosterman, Mrs. W. B.

,.., tended. Games were enjoyed and refreshments C. M. Andreu and family visited Sunday school at 10 a. rn. company had to answer to the chargeof ling, S. R. Roberts, W. S. Brannen, Parker John Won, Miss Grade
served. relative in the Midway section Sun- Woman's Missionary Society Monday being absent from the weekly Jr., C. C. Norman Ceo. Ashford, R Popg. R. U. Parmenter, JT. F. Dyess,

+,; T. H. Waters made a business trip day.Mr. {:80 p. m. drills. They had been summoned to H. Fntch D. W. Starling, Q. I. Water A. F. Grlffls, P. A. Fisher Miss Ad-
1 to. Worthington Thursday. and Mrs. H. .C. Edwards, of Midweek prayer service Wednesday appear several times before, hot had ,, Mrs. R. F. RardenBey,0.. F. Nimmo Mrs. W. H. Taylor: ,Miss Carrie -

Bland Matthews of Bland, was in 'alatka, spent last week with the for- 8 p. IlL, Col J E. Futch leader paid no attention to their officers' Scott, I. S. Gamble, Rev.: John Mnl- Uglow, 1:. C. Williams, J. S. Ton-

this community Sunday mer' parents Mr. and Mrs J. V. Ed- followed by teacher meeting at. 8:80 calls. So warrants were sworn,, out lady,T. G. Carter Mrs. R. M. Prevatt, ey.

a r . J. F. Williams motored to Laic ward. and choir rehearsal at 9. against them and served by the'sheriff Mrs. Marco Glover, TIT. L. Thetas,

Butler' Friday. ... O. W. Barry was business. 'visitor B. Y. P. U. Senior meets Sunday ', and each summons they.. dared not Mrs. H. F. Priester N. D. Wynn, Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day
a P Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Edwards, of !to Worthington: Saturday. ",' eYf'nlnt.t''t3ct In which the Junior I disregard ,** ".w H. L. Johns, :Mrs. W. L. BUIlC,"1tI1. fin_*gt.r.nfund imacr If PAZO OIJt"IMEN't.\I.

r Bradford are visiting, .the letter's. par- I Measr J.P. and Seeber Edwards are asked! to take part during .the The court was composed of the com- Bessie McCormick, E.. M. Hazen. O. to.la.K-.tui....uu!.....,...D,..sap..Blind ts kttlr.-3)Mdln arp.Wleeuua.. Pl...orPnMra, 1tf1q-1
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