Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 10, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 10 1921.
NUl\IHEU nt'TY. I.1

MEETING OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LAKE BUTLER WOMAN'S CLUB f.' 1
FACE
FIFfYPERCENT MONDAY -PRESENTS PLAY TONIGHT CHAUTAUQUA WEEK ONE LONG

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The board was called to order by i If you are looking: for fun come to
INCREASE STRAWBERRY RATES Chairman C. 1(. Robert, with the 1 the. High School auditorium Lake BE REMEMBERED
following named member present, to Butler, Friday evening, June 10th, IN THIS SECTION !

wit: S. T. Dowling, J. M. Brownlee,j and see 'The Turn of the Tide," un- _. :
[THIS is COMING UNLESS GROWERS H. P. Gainey, and H. H. ,WHUams. I dr: .the auspices of the Woman' Club \.

.OF FLORIDA TAKE A CORRECTION r Minute. of last meeting-' .read, and. for,the use of the cemetery eommit- I TOWN RESPLENDENT WITH THE CUTTING SCRAPE
tM.
approved. ) DECORATIONS PAGEANTS
j ,
PROMPT .ACTIONThe In reproducing a press dispatch last II. II. Williams, committee of one' Cast SHOWS AND ,
- week regarding alleged questionable appointed to investigate Alice Bryant, Jonas Aldrich a fisherman of the SPORTS At a gathering i in eyno" of young .
followingletter from the Florida transactions of former coast colored people Monday night, a fracas
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Governor pauper, recommended that she be re- -Raleigh Bielling.I j.
This has been
Railroad Commission treats of 'a Catts the Telegraph unwittingly did tained upon the pauper roll ,at .same I Aunt,Becky, Jonas storm and strife. Starke and the chautauqua town has been week for started in which Jess Oten was the ..
[matter of vital importance to Ahe Superintendent J. S. Blitch of the rate she I* now getting $2.60 per -Laurel Armstrong. gay principal figure. He drew his knife
[strawberry growers of this section, State Prison Farm an injustice which month. |i I Susie Aldrich. a gift of the waves decorated with streamers banners, bunting, and In the melee a girl, daughter of r
and call for prompt action it regret store and automobile amfestive Dave Williams, was cut in the hand.
[ on their very much. In quoting Upon motion of J. M. -Henrietta Padgett. ,
[part: % from the testimony of Mendenhall the John Wright'. name was Bro'W'nlee.1 I Herman Clyde, captain of the hunted -! Fourth crowd of July celebration It wa the held usua and The officer of the law were notified
Tallahassee, June 4,1921. dispatch stated that he said Cato was pauper 1'611. he having moved :from crew-- Herman Clyde. a asked to arrest the peace disturber -
[Hon. E. S. Matthews, Starke, Fla., in front of Superintendent Blitch county.S. I I[I Lillian Lacy. Herman's deserted month of earlier the Southern, on account of thy coming but he made his escape before they

[Mr. Louis H. Hill, Lawtey, Fla. when the money was turned over to T. Dowling reported the death of wife-Russell Riven. Starke. The Chautauqua to arrived. He ran to the Hickey settlement -
main idea In'th'se
Gentlemen: Subject: Proposed increase him. A later account of the testimonyof E. T. Thornton pauper, and recom- Capt. Hugh St. Morris, captain of festivities is to attract the annual house that, and In trying to enter a
in estimated weights Mendenhall shows that he said mended that Callie Thornton be given "The Tidal Wave"-Carl Brown. peo- b. probably thought waaunO'upled
on pie from neighboring points to Starkeso
[ by ponyrefri&er.tors "Catts was in front of Superintendent $3 per month. I Bowie Knife Jack, One of Clyde'stool.Joe he was chased away with .
express. Mal-I that they may see what haveto shots. II
Blitch's residence." we was later traced as far
This is quite a Upon motion Mr*. Rachel Jones.SlinA' a*
The American{ Railway Express different situation, Shot Rube Jack's offer as a trade center Our past i Into Clay county, but at this writing-
especially when it phurs
pauper, was raised from $3 to 'p.I-EI-
issued effective efforts have not been In vain
June
[ and bus
Company 1st, is known that the superintendent' $5 month: dred Duncan. the not been caught. "
1921, Supplement No.. 2 to I. C. C. per large and happy crowds who witnesscj
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home site back '
sevenl hundred feet Upon motion the board of countycommisisoners "Pepper; "do spice of de f.mbly"Elmer
[1435, which i* the commodity tariff from the street running front of it. requested the clerk to Adkin the festivities just ended, will not LAWTEY LOST TO GAINESVILLEThe
[under which strawberries In easily. forget !Starke.' Former colourations
your -
Superintendent Blitch has not ask notify all justices of the peace to "Frisky," with no one to love-- game of ball played'Tuesday .
have been
refrigerators somewhat stilted
[pony move, cancellingthe ed the Telegraph to make this make of Olga Prlester. ; afternoon
correc- monthly reports their transactions at Gainesville between a
the lust carried
estimated weights shown in the more amusementsalong
tion. We make It on our own motion the law directs whetherany Col. Ellsworth, ,
as a wealthy ship owner picked team of that city and Lawtey
and
and the spread several
requiring of were
over
the
use
tariff
because the Telegraph would not under business is done or not. -Sidney I). Padgett. resulted In a victory for the Unlversl-
Instead of
{classification weights. days, only one.
any circumstances intentionally : W. T. Weeks presented applicationfor Also: ty city by a score of 6 to 4. s
The result of this change would be impugn the The entertainments began last r'r1 .
good name of an honorable state pension and same was ap "The Haunted Hat"-Leeman O.
[to increase the rates on pony refrigerators upright man, such as his' whole proved. The last legislature removed Rivers and Elmer Adklns. day with ball game between a ,1arklonvillc With wire nippers he was supposed
approximately 60 per cent. I life shows Sim Blitch to be., property qualifications so that all "The Bravery of Mr. Mailey's Sin- ll-"l r.U-um nmt a SturkeLiawtvy to pull a; tooth, while his victim was b
I Immediately upon receipt of this In- Confederate soldiers may be rewardedfor ter"-Leo man O. Rivers and Elmer team. It resulted in a score kicking and howling "Mitchell'. }
[formation the commissioners wired I MRS. DARBY ENTERTAINS W. C. loyal service. Adkins. of 9 to 81n favor of Jarkson\ille. The quick delivery boy" was Leon Kite

[the Interstate Commerce Commission, T. U. Petition of L. H. Hill W. E. Torode Music and plenty of it-Mrs. Lve's afternoon before the same tvnmft contested with his goat wagon. One boy pulled s
[asking that the supplement be sus- and others asking for pauper allowance 'orchestra. for honors Starke winning (1 the goat by the horn, another by a
pended until such, time as the growers Mr A. M. Darby delightfully\ en- for Edward Grime received, and Admission, 25 and 35 cents. to 2 over<< the Jacksonville loam" The rOIe. while Loon prodded him from
and the commission could be tertained the W. C. T. U. Thursday I upon motion of S. T. Dowling, Ed- rhautauqua entertainments began/ on behind..: James: Simmons represented I''
[heard. afternoon at her home on Thompsonstreet. 'ward Griflls was placed upon pauper Friday evening, and there was a free an Italian organ grinder and "da \
We have just received informationfrom roll at $5 per month. DEATH OF MR. TOWNSEND picture show at the Gaiety Theatre monk" wa George Kite This humorous

the Interstate Commerce Commission Mrs. F. A. Scott, president of the Petition of J..F. Kickliter and others Saturday' principal events were get up created much mirth.
that the supplement has J>een local union, arranged an interestingand asking that Janie McIntosh bo Mr. W. C. Townsend, one of LakeButlt'r'lI automobile and foot races and the But the "Hobo Band from Hoboken -
suspended until Sept. 29, 1921. The Instructive "Mothers Meeting"program placed upon pauper roll was received most prominent men, and an climbing of the greased pole. Will Jazz Jr.," left all other comic
{Interstate Commerce Commission will for the occasion, as follows: and upon motion of 'J. M. Brownlee, old citizen of Bradford county, died Stringfellow had procured a can of get-up,\ in the shadu. It was com-
thin a few days assign this case for Piano solo-Mrs. O. G. Cooper 'Jante McIntosh colored, of Starke, at his home at Lake Butler aboutmldnlht Inedible tallow from a shipyard and posed of Messrs. N. Cternberg, conductor -
{hearing, and the.date may be set Scripture reading and prayer. was placed upon pauper roll at $2 Tuesday, June 7th. He had made the polo slicker than any eel using an old umbrella as baton .
[within the next few weeks. There- Paper, "Do' and Dont's for Mothers per month. not been la good health for some time, ever caught in Benny's pool, and/ the J. W. Morgan,' Roscoe McLane,
fore, time is an Important factor, andI of Children under Four Years"; The following bills were approved: but had been on the streets Tuesday, contestant tried In vain to reach the Thomas Limbaugh, C. C. Starling,
Mrs. L. and was not believed to be In a serious while hearty laughter from the I;:. II. Smith
| am directed to suggest that the berry H. Eastman. General fund, $1694.19. top, and Will Strlngfellow.ilr. ; I
growers at once begin, the repar.tion .- Recitation, "Health Version of Lit- Fine and forfeiture fund 86490. condition. Ills sudden demise' was spectators attended their desperate '. Morgan was the drummer, the (f,
of data and statistic to be used tle Boy Blue"-Arthur Darby Jones. There being no further business, a shock to his community.Mr. effort others had wind instrument. that
[in opposition to any increase In the Paper, "The Mother's Responsibility the board adjourned to meet first Townsend was born near the The great event took place on night have been used by the Plod '
{estimated weights on pony refrigera- for Health".Mrs. J. W. White. Monday in July, 1921. town of Townsend, Ga., about 70 "Starke Day"-Monday, and its principal Piper of Hammaliti. They were seat I
| Recitation and song, "A Temperance G. W. ALDERMAN, i years ago. When about 30 years of feature! was the grand parade of ed in an old wagon drawn by a horse _
tors.We have asked the Interstate Commerce Dolly"-Mary Brownlee. Clerk and Auditor. age he came to Florida, married, and ..howlly decorated floats and nutomo- that looked like Don Quixote's "Ros-
Paper, "Do's and Don'ts for Mothers returned to his native state. After bites, interspersed with comic f"aures. nante.." They had tomato cans con-
[ Commission to set the case for of Children Four to Twelve Yearsof B. Y. P. U. SOCIAL AT MRS. LIM-., few years there ha again same to .Turner's Drug Store hud a taming "mulligan" and bore the ape II
[hearing at Tampa Fla. that .
as point
,
Age"-Mrs. H. M. Snyder. IIAUGII'S HOME Florida and made Lake. Butler his gorgeous float advertising Its bust > arance of Weary Willies to perfection >
[ill the most accessible to all the
grow- Voice "God Save Our Boys"-Mrs. home. Through energy and business IOHN. The Consumer's Lumber Co. Their wagon! broke down, .
r. J. E. Futch. The Senior B. Y; P. U. gave a fare- acumen he soon became well to do and bad a very unique float, exhibiting but, like real hobos, they captured an ; U
We will advise you of the date and Reading "How Mrs. Hennessey Saved well social in honor of Rev. and Mrs. later, wealthy, his activities being he many classes of goods sold and automobile and completed the journey )
[place of the hearing as soon as that mostly in real estate and naval firm. A decorated
this long
Her Boy"-Mrs. L. G. Powell. B. D. Law and Miss Doris Law on the stores. work done by In stylo.
[information is given us by the Interstate Piano, "Shubert1 Serenade"-Mrs. evening of the 30th ult., at the homeof He leaves wife, children and other',, tongue projected from the The procession having made Its
Commerce Commission. E. M. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.The near relatives, and they are joined in '' front of the float and along it were round, tho hobo band repaired to the
Yours very truly, Paper, "To Every Child Belongsthe their sorrow by a host of friends. 'I' harnessed eight boys, driven by two chautauqua tent and made some Frani
J. II. TENCH, Right of Spiritual Training"Mrs. room of this pretty home were The interment took place at the Delile handsome young ladies, Misses Iris lie efforts at music, after which May.
decorated with vari-colored flowers
Rate Expert. A. M. Darby. cemetery at fi p. m. Wednesday Epperson and Margaret Dakle. A or Martin, of Jacksonville, made a
daisies and hydrangeas being used In
Paper, "A Tribute to Mother"- abundance. Mrs. .. device said, "We pull for hard roads." short speech, congratulating our city w ,1
[ATTRACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Limbaugh was HAMPTON )ln Qulgloy Broom Co' large float on the splendid parade and other ef- D1
BENEFIT WOMAN'S CLUB Paper, "The Ideal Mother"-Mrs: stated in receiving and entertaining were workmen engaged in making forts' to entertain visitors lie dwelt""

T. N. Limbaugh. by her son, Thomas, and Misses Punch Mona 1' Hampton, June 10( ..-Mrs. F. H. Dover brooms, so that prospective brides on Starke's resources' and !gave valuable f1
Alderman and Jessie Thomas. /
The music committee of the Wom- Song by. all, "Win a Million Members. the of Jacksonville, is the guest of Mr. could see that brooms are really made advice on how to develop and F
an' Club will present an attractive ." was served throughout evening, and Mrs. K. B. Watterson this week. and do not grow to perfection by profit by them. ,
I entertainment; Friday evening, the Mrs. Scott explained that the Jubi- and game and music were enjoyed. W. H. Jones, who travels for the imply planting broom corn seed. The hobo band then went to the in-
17th of this month, at the school audi- lee program to celebrate the 60th an- Brick ice cream and wafers were Pringle Company, is the guest of relatives Other floats advertised Cash Department erHectlon of Call and Walnut streets F'b'
torium, the proceed to be given for niversary of the W. C. T. U. will take served by the hostess and her assistant and friends this week.F. Store, Bryan's groceries, Ford and wearily sat down around the "sl- f

[the new club house fund. Below is place in 1924. A million dollars anda *. j J. Johnson of Narcosee, has beena Garage, Stump's shoe sale, Starke lent traffic policeman. A dispute
[the program in full: million members is the goat for this The guests at this pleasant social 'I visitor to Hampton. Telephone Co. One of the most taste- arose amnir them and Chief Kite and
"Some Little Bug Will Find. You" great organization, the money to be affair were the members of the SeniorB. R. M. Williams was a visitor to I ful was Hoffman' millinery float. Special Officer Wiley arrested them. L', r
-Roy Atwell. used for child welfare, Americanization ., Y. P. U., the Baptist church dea-| Starke Friday. I Last, but not leant among the business Clipper were put around the wrist of ei
"Life's a Funny Proposition"-Geo. law enforcement and home pro- cons and their wives. i Rev. J. Mullady preached at the 'vehicles was "Farmer Brown and the drummer and they were herded t '
[M. Cobon. tection. Christian church Sunday morning and Samantha"-Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fling In the "jail" erected tn front of O
"Miss Minerva{ and William Green. Special mention is due the two U. D.C. MET WITH MRS. ALVAREZThe evening. -Mr. Fling being the originator of 5ternhrg's store. "Judge Soakera" w
|Hill"Miss Irene Brown. charming children, Arthur Darby I Mr. J. B. Weathersby of Pompano, the unique and effective way of advertising (Col. Adklns) took his seat, and Prosecuting '
Duet-Mrs. J. E. Futch and Mrs. A. Jones and Mary Brownlee, who addedso W. T. Week Chapter UnitedD.ulhtera is the guest of relatives and friend "Jones' Hardware." "Don Attorney A. S. Crews and ,n
E., Wall. much to the pleasure of the evenIng of the ,Confederacy met this week. hover, well supplied with freckles, Attorney G. M. Inman appeared. After -
The New Woman," one art comedy by their numbers on the program.Mrs. the first Wednesday in the month at Dr, Fortner, of Brooklyn, was a impersonated "Silver. some quibbling between the lawyers ,
sketch-George Rugg. Darby, assisted by her daughter the home of Mr*. J. M. Alvarez on business; visitor to Hampton Satur One float held a detachment of the whether the charge against the' ., It
"How to Behave at a Banquet"- Fanny, and granddaughter, Elise N. Walnut street. Ku Klux Klan. These men looked numbers of the band should be "dis I
Bert Millon. Jones, served punch and cake. The meeting was held on the wide j day.Dr.. Bigg, of Starke, was attendIng weird, mysterious and terrible in orderly conduct" or "disorderly concert /1 i
Hcoungr Lady on a Street Car"- porch which was ornamented with {| to professional business here this their white garb from head to foot. ," the trial proceeded, and the ettlirits i
(Margaret Stout. MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD hanging baskets of daisies, bowls and week. They appeared a* solemn as owls, were each fined $3 and cost . (,
Piano, "Polke de la Reine"-Mis* vase of the same dainty flower Mrs.L. I I E. E. Hardin, of Jacksonville, wasa though they may have smiled behind Jut lawyer Inman pleaded so eloquently "
ifona Alderman. Board met in regular session June G. Powell occupied the chair and business visitor here this week. their masks at the glances sent In In their behalf till they were : .'
I Pianologues, "An Old Sweetheartof 6th, with all member present, to- Mrs. L A. Davis acted 6* secretary W. H. Griffin visited his brother at their direction as the procession mov. ct off with simply playing "Sweet I. l
| Mine,*, "Nothing to Say"Missrene wit: L. W. Kicklitcr, A. A. Hazen Arrangements were made1! to entertainat Starke Sunday. ed on. Home" I t t
Brown. and J. O. Dennison. dinner the veterans of J. J. Dick. Mr. L. A. Sullivan and children, The \long procession was headed by The day ended with dancing at the si It,
Voice, "Jean," "Joy of the Morning Minutes of last meeting read and icon Camp, when they held their regular of South Florida are guests of Mr*. Marshals Kite and Alvarez and Dep- armory, free picture show and chau- j i II
"-Mass Florence Matthew approved. meeting on the 3rd Inst. Mrs. I Sullivan's parents Mr and Mr. David uty Sheriff Sapp. Between them they tauqua entertainment. The chautau- rt ',
Child Dialect, "Essay on Water," Returns from election of Brannen W. E. Davis, treasurer, reported all Jones, of this place. carried a captive feudist from qUI company gave free entertainments f '
'Trouble Nuff"-Miss ,Irene Brown. school received and canvassed. The bill paid and a balance of $16 In the Mrs. Frank Hick and Mr. E. E. Breathitt county, Ky. The priiionnr to the children every day while q ,
Voice, "Summer," "The. Danza"- result showed that the district had treasury It was decided that the Morgan were visiting In Sampson (Jeff Johns) had bushyred whiskers they were here, and the service was : t'i:
[Mrs. J. E. Futch."Imperson.tion. been established and J. F. Dyess. J. chapter would not hold business meetings City Saturday.A and rode a chunky pony. lie advertised satisfactory in all respects !u) !p
of a .Sweet Girl L. Varnes and Madison Moore had during the month of July and meeting of the registered votersof the City Barber Shop. Then came The principal event of Tuesday was (
raduate"-Miss Irene 4: rown. been elected trustees and S mills to be August, and their next meeting will the' town was called last Friday the mayor and city fathers of Starke, a trap shoot of the Stark Onyx Club. J f
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones chairman of ..1I.ell.ed.Thi.. district will be knownas I be the, first Wednesday In September.j, evening June 3rd, for the purpose of then some Confederate veterans,] J. very pretty scene was the"'chil !H.
he music committee Woman's Club, Special Tax District No. 82. Mrs. Alvarez served electing candidate for town officer among_which Hon. N. A. Blitch, a dren's parade, which started at the ,Y',1,i 1
II be the accompanist for the even- Returns from Dowling School re. with a dainty ice course, being assisted for the ensuing year. high officer in their ranks, was con- rhautauqua tent at 7 p. m. A large .1.. >/;
ling.' Mies Irene Brown, of New' ceived and canvassed. The result by her daughter, Mrs. LaMIra The following: nomination were spicuous. Rev. Kickliter bore the number of children were arrayed In I"','
[Smyrna, reader and impersonator, i.a is showed that the district had been established Graham, and Lucile Mitchell and Billy made: flag with the stars and ban, that costume representing everything \
| graduate> of the Woman' College and G. E. Dyal, Sam Har- Graham, two member of the chapter Mayor W. B. Alexander, J. F. glorious emblem which, like the midnight from Benedictine monks to Hawaiian "
and the Curry School of Expression rell and O. B. Gordon had been elected Children. of the Confederacy. Houser and J. Allan. sun, may be near the horizon, Some walked, other rode on bicycle, "
Mies Florence Matthews Is a memberthe trustees and three mills assessed. Marshal, J. D. Pry, B. J. Johns, J. but, never drop below it.. The local or tricycle and in little wagon' ,
chapel choir of the Woman'. This district will\ be known as SpecialTax CAMP DICKISON OFFICERSJ. II. Saxon I* R. Bedenbaagh. military' company made a fine show,. Puppy and bear ".
liege, and Starke audience are aj-' District No. 83. Councilman. A. Dorden, L. G. headed .kr Captain D. C. Jones and epicuoua. ,
ay. pleased to hear Mn. Futch Mrs. Resolved by this board, that on account J. Dickiaon Camp No. 1817 U. C. Johns.A,. }L.Willlanu. aide on horseback. The Stark Wom- orderly and much admired. Later an 4 '1
"Vail and Miss Mona Alderman.. of the shortage in a financialway V., met June 3rd at Starke and elected Clerk A. A.;Fntch. an'. Club had.i tastefully decoratedear entertainment took place at the tent J,
Admission, 60 and 25 cent. Tickets that there will be no more insurance officer a* follow: W. T. Week, L A. John, of Alachua; visited his and the Lawtey Woman' Club which ended the chautauqua festivi '
n i ale at the door. on school buildings for a short captain commander; John Croft, first mother,< Mr*. Annie. Johns, Saturdayand who honored the procession with their ties. I e
time, only where the districts will lieutenant; D. ;J. Byrd second lieutenant S Dda,.. ._iMessr presence had a handsome car, rspUndent *- The following won price In the dif 1
BAND .FOR STARKE carry the same. [ ; J. I. Dnbose third lieutenant; *. John and Edgar Mars, of with decorations In gold ferent event.: '." I s
We agree to furnish the nails to S. F. Morgan, adjutant; L. W. Kick- Highland were visiting here funday. and purpla. -There were many other Sports-Horse race, G. Sapp; mule
There Is on foot a movement to or- cover Providence choolhouse. 'liter, chaplain and treasurer; J. T. can, .all tastefully dressed for the race, G. Sapp; foot race, first, Thomas ',\.
anise a brass band in Starke, and so A four month term is set for next Jones, color sergeant; Henry Varne; Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject "Pow- occasion. Turner; second, Morris Edwards; ,.
efar fourteen men, come of whom are scholastic year. quartermaster; J. W. Osteen. vtjette, I I er from on High." Tb comic element was climbing greasy pole, Elmer McMil 1
nod musicians, have consented to be- .- and J. B. Florrid sergeant-major. J I Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. J. M. Mitchell and lan. I
'ome members. They are, Messr Th board met In special session on" Sermon at 8 p. m. Subject, "A Citizen advertising Mitchell's conlPlcuoUI'1 Floats-Organization float, Worn.
Hartman, Card, Letch. Strlngfellow, June 7th, for the purpose of arranging PRESBYTERIAN of Zion." rode on fat gray horses. an' Club of Lawtey; commercial
McLane, Sternberg, Bower, Dye, J. the budget and Betting the teach Wewantu.DAVID were decked In cuirasses! of white oil float, Quigley Broom Co.; Individual
W. Morgan. E. H. Smith. J. O. Haynes ers' salaries. The old preacher ha been feeling LANDER. cloth, and would have looked like I float, Miss Vlvirttt Floyd; comic
L. A. Davis Jr., Ellery M. Davie, bum for a week or ten day. Insteadof dashing eulrassenr had they not float Hobo band.
mac XJmbangh. The sixteen month old daughter getting: better he get bummer. Bathe Plant City has !Sent out the past worn straw hats. On a wagon that For ticket Helling-Miss Margaret
The need of a band for Starke Is of Mr.:and Mrs. W. A. Bailey of High thinks that he win b* able to conduct . Mason. forty-two trainload of fruit advertised "Dr. I. Pullem, painless Lone, first prize; Mis Iris Epperson, .'
often felt, and the idea should be en- Spring, died Wednesday from the effect the service next Sunday.. and vegetable, each train mad up dentist" stood Bob Cone with his second prize; Miss Mae Shepard, third
oraged by our citizens. of drinking glass of kerosene. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. J of thirty-three eIn" I knee on the stomach of Lee Burrows.I)I I Prize. . .,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. JfT'RKE. FLORIDA
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(Reprinted by Request)
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: All writers on Florida agriculture
emphasize the great value of humus LUC .
for the soil. All talk very glibly men
1 about humus yet It is a substance Why some
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" thai is! really very little understood. STRIKE
Humus means vegetable substances
II Ii that have rotted to more or less ex- riGARETTI all
i tF ,:, tent. It is nearly black in color and 1J to have
seem
\i. when wet has an oily feel between !
I' the fingers.. When found on dry land _
i it contains some potash phosphoric _

acid lime and 'magnesia-that is, the Anew size package! r- luck
I I same ingredients as would be found the tire r
r i in the ashes of wood, leaves or grass Ten for lOco "
", that have been converted into humus,
had it burned up instead of being allowed Very convenient. '1111 YI ,
to rot, for decay is really a \
I slow burning. When found in ponds Dealers carry both; probably know a man whose car is a .

, I ,', or swamps humus; or muck has had lOfor10c20for2Oc. YOU with him. He knows just why it's
all its mineral elements leached out
t and is valuable only for the mechanical It's toasted. I+ the best little old car there is of its class.
. O' dt benefits to the soil, when applied
"' for that car against the
as a top dressing. =- And hell stand' up

-Florida ftatwooda soil, when" newly Z .. '10/ world in any kind of an argument. i
p. ( broken contains so much decaying
vegetable matter till it assumes a t M .
dark hue. The humus is present in lh
too large quantities for the good of Iik animal manure. These are not + I of
cultivated plants, and they do not rich in fertilizing' matter, for the Year by year an increasing number men
thrive well before the "sourness" is stomachs of the animals have already feel the same way about U. S. Tires.
. out of the ground. Sourness is a good extracted all but a very email por- y
; name, for it means acids, chiefly car- tion of minerals in the feeds, :yet what For a while they may try "job lot" stuff,
bonic acid. This acid generates wherever is left Is held by the vegetable matter discounts" and "rebates."
I : decay takes place and is a poison which amounts to more than 99 "bargainS. "big

r to tender cultivated plants. icr cent of the manure; the plants But usually it doesn't take long for a man to
I Humus is generally defined as "de- get it all and nothing is wasted. On
cayed vegetation." This is wrong. account of this property of vegetable U. S. TUBES sense the economy of the standard quality tin.
Of decayed vegetation there is nothing matter we might manufacture animal Tha same standard of quality -
\ built Into U. 8. Tina la pot S.Tire makers have been building -
left. Humus means vegetation in chemist For U.
i 1-; manures "synthetically, as a Into U. & Tobaa. years
the process of decaying. After fiatpt' would say. Potash, cotton seed meal, quality tires for sane tire users-for the car .
woods land has been under cultivation nitrate of soda bone meal acid phos- i no-less than for the
two or three years the proportion of plate etc., and a little lime, may be of medium or light weight
} I./ the humus to the mineral portion of mixed with muck or other decaying ."+ heavy car.
$$4 I:' \ the soil is Just about right. After vegetable matter Into a' compost "
': that, it becomes smaller year after which should be kept out of the sun .". ; The tire buyers of the land have responded
.. year, and finally through decay and and rain and worked over at times, so .I d with a mighty 17. S. Tire following.
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being blown away by the winds the as to thoroughly mix the Ingredients.Each r
[ humus portion becomes too small for little particle of decaying veg- :, : e .
117 our rather coarse-grained soil. Thereare etable matter acts like a sponge in .r,;

soils, though not in Florida of absorbing and holding the fertilizing ." The U.S. Tire makers'meet the responsibility -
such fineness that humus la unneces Juices. This may be'hard to understand o .' ,
n.,
sary. But in our soil we need the fine but where our vision ends, nature for supplying this nationwide -
.' ,: humus particles to close up the voids is still at work and no space is e ; I.." i following with characteristic
. between the grains of sand to make so inflnetlsaimally small that she can- .
i b', the soil less open. not establish a work shop there. If a .. :,'. II ; two, energy. .
: 1. The value of humus every farmer magnifies it thousands of times its 4
'f/: / knows and recognizes. It is sometimes structural resemblance to a sponge Ninety-two U.S.Factory Branches
t;, overestimated for some farmers piece of muck the size of a pinhead, ;, K are established, covering the entire
refuse to remove the stumps from Is placed under a microscope. that : i
If' their fields, claiming that plants always will become very marked. country.

tt,' grow more luxuriantly near To improve our worn soils humusIs : Find the U. S. Tire dealer who
\\i""'. stumps than anywhere" else givingas I
the most natural and the cheapestmeans.
a reason the richer soil there on If finely powdered charcoal, has the intention of serving you. You

II. account of the decayed wood. Though or soot, was more accessible than decayed s. will know him by his full completely
le this is partially true, the chief reason vegetable matter it would do ,
: sized line of fresh live U. S.Tires-
is that the roots of the plants follow :, ,
as well as the filling of the voids be- .",, ,.
,. the veins of mellow soil formed by tween the sand grans is the chief benefit " " quality first, and the same choice
"(i decayed tree roots, down to constant But humus contains also a small 1"hNIIte rrt/i r/M [1.S.TYss..r.r" of size. tread and type as in the biggest -
moisture. But if the stumps were removed hill
I portion of fertilizing elements, andit mm a Ana '"
?', the same veins would still exIt absorbs ammonia the most costly U. S 7..e." cities of the land

tilt.r of the fertilizing elements from the
: '. Sand hill soil contains very little air. While humus, when exposed to
humus in proportion to the sand but the air, is soon destroyed, it takes a
, t;+ I of the stratum in which the humus long time to form when nature's own
;rt, exists.: During thousands of years processes only are used. Place a big United States Tires
'.. this is made up for in the great depth pile of leaves on the ground and leaveIt
I f f' such soil has been burrowed into by there for a few years and only a
'.I: gophers, salamanders;) moles' and in- few handfuls of humus will remain.A .
sects; it has been thoroughly mixed layer of muck in a pond six inches United States Rubber CompanyFORD
I..', and turned over, and leaves twigs, deep, may have required a thousand
and grass have been covered up by years to form, and it would never
I the soil thrown out of the burrows, have reached that depth if the water
r. .. thus creating a very deep surface soil, with which it was covered had not
f.. that needs only plenty of moisture to kept the air away. '
\ -. produce good" results. Thevegetable. matter in the soil
;fee: Soil sufficiently filled with humus. can be preserved to some extent by GARAGE STARKE FLA..
;': 'will attract moisture from, the air, Having drains in the fields close together ,
. I,. and to a great extent preserve the so that water during heavy
I ti;, moisture already existing. We are rains runs off before it has had time
','-' sometimes surprised tosee, after a to reach much volume. But it will
',jd\ heavy rain, following a 'period of rot and blow away and must be re-
I I :W-. drouth the muck soil in a swamp beIng plenished. It can be supplied by the
:C, still day while water stands in spreading of muck over the land, by -
; pools on the higher land around. That Jetting a portion of thn fields lie idle
;? is because muck (humus) can hold for a couple of years, so that the soil nets. Goodf ellow were visitors to Starke I i morning and evening. The congrega-
l*!:> almost its own .volume of water, and can be filled with the roots of weeds, The weevils are worst early in the Wednesday.W. tions were large at both services and ASPIRINName
i;+ the water will not stand on the top and by planting cowpea. Even if the season and, if early attempts are taken .. E. Torode was transacting bus-' dinner was served on the ground.Mr. .
before the muck soil becomes sur- vines are cut for hay, the roots still to control them, the expanses of mess in Jacksonville Tuesday. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and chil-
:IS; charged.; Then humus being a poor Form a thick network in the ground time and money to the farmer will Mrs. A. M. Blanchard is spending dren were visitors to Kingsley lake "Bayer" on GenuineTake
;. conductor of heat, tends to keep the and will improve the soil AU vegetation not be great Spray with lead arsenate a few days in Jacksonville this week. Sunday afternoon.
I I surface from being overheated during that rots quickly should be plowed one pound mixed with 60, gallons Wilmot Brown, of Gainesville is Ury Gunter returned to his workin
", the day and from cooling too much under rather than burned off. But water. spending a few days here with his Jacksonville, after spending. a few
"?1 during the night, thus keeping the to prevent too rapid decay it is bet- A fungus which causes a curlingof parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. days here with relatives.
sap channels of the plant roots from ter not to break up the land a long leaves and pods of peas, is sometimes Mrs. W. R. Strickland and children Owing to the late rains the crops
f unduly contracting during the night, time before it is to be planted. Spring noticeable. This may be held in of Wymauma are guests for a few in this vicinity are the best in many V Rlrit
. :; and the sap from thickening and clogging breaking is better than fall breaking. check by spraying with bordeaux: days of Mrs. Strickland's mother, Mrs years.A .
1' on account of being overheated Animal manures is the best means for mixture. If both weevils and fungiare Louise Lowery.L. large number of our citizens attended
\, by the sun's rays. Humus when plentiful supplying humus and nothing that present combine the lead arsenate H. Hill was a business visitor to the ball game at Starke Fri
in the soil also keeps it from may be turned into fertilizers aroundthe and bordeaux for both\; enemiesat Starke Tuesday. I day.
i packing so closely after heavy rains. places where stock are kept, once. Miss Mattie tiarley left the first of Miss Louise Blanchard came over
One of the benefits that humus con- around the barns and the yards When the peas first come up in the the week for Jacksonville where she I from Jacksonville and spent Sundayat Take Aspirin only a*told In each package
..: fen on plant life, when present in the should be wasted but composted for spring, the' leaves and stems are at- will take a course in trained nursing. the home of her parents. : rf genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin.
L. soil in sufficient quantity, is its prop- the fields. Turf from waste! places tacked. Now is the time to spray Mrs. Pearl Jones returned home Mr. Mann and family moved here TW :you will be following the direction
'; erty of preventing the dissolved mineral the top soil from sapling thickets and without danger to the consumer. If last week from Madison, where she I recently from Baker county and are and dosage worked out by physloiaoa
fertilizing elements from being muck, are good to mix with the solid the peas are to be shelled for tableuse has been attending the normal for located in one of A. M. Blanchard's during 21 yean, and proved ..f.by mil
washed\ away. Nitrate of soda and manure in the compost. there is no danger as the poison several weeks. cottages in the southwestern portionof lion If Take no chances with ubetitutas. .
the
you see Bayer Cross oh tablet
t.' potash for instance are quickly die- All new flatwoods land and reclaimed does not get into the podi. However, Joe Marr, of Starke, visited relatives town. Mr. Mann has taken chargeof you can take* them without fear for
solved during rains and will sink out lowland contain too much hu- it might be advisable, even in this here Sunday. Mr. Blanchard's blacksmith shop. Cold. llesdacb,Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
,. of reach of the roots or wash away, mus, which, by the acids generated case, to wash the pods before shell !tlrs. John Starling of Highland Earache< Toothache. Lumbago\' and for
If there is not sufficient of vegetable is deleterious to the growth of most ing. If the peas are to be snapped, was a visitor here Sunday. Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve. tablet
%, matter to absorb and hold the solu of the domestic plants. But the "sour be sure to wash them thoroughly./: Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and children of HUDSON AND ESSEX cent few rents. DniDguta also Ml larger:
tions. The same applies to the mineral nee." can be overcome by means of Among the moat important natural Jacksonville are 'spending a few PRICES AGAIN LOWERED park Bayer"<*e Manufacture:.. Aspirin it the trade mark of
' matter dissolved out of the soil lime, applied lightly and well worked enemies of cowpea weevils is the days with relatives here. I of Sallcjlicaeid..Dodson'\ .of MoBoaontJcuiderter -
Itself. In this respect humus acts in. Lime also constitutes a fertilizer. quail. This bird deserves to be pro Clifton Brown of the Florida university Second Reduction in Eight Months I.
II. E. LAGERGREN. tected on,the farm. Gainesville, is spending his' Announced by FactoryFor
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No Worm la a Healthy Child vacation with his parents, Dr. and I I .......... ...
All cbUdma troubled with Worm have aa aa. POISON THE COWPEA WEEVIL LAWTEY Mrs. G. W. Brown. I I
health?color wfcloh Indicate poor blood.and u a Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little the second time since last falla
", ml, than. f U mar or I*M Mamaeh dlaturbaoaa.OKOVE -
'. TAST&LE8S: CHILL TONIC Wes regularly It Is about time for the cowpea Lawtey June 10-Mrs. Enoch Grit-. son were guests Sunday of Mr. and reduction in the prices of all Hudson : Liver Tone
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for two 01'three _k. will enrich tb.Mood.bapnesth.dlaa.tkaaodacta.a to'' Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. and Essex models is announced by
weevil to begin seriously damaging fin and daughter Pearl returned the
laa.r.IStrenath. factory at
eoingTaubroth.whol.system. Namnwtllthee cowpeas says Prof. J. R. Watson, entomologist their home last week from St. Petersburg I, Everett Bennett, of Highland, was Detroit Instead of Calomel
throw off or dlinal the worml.and tha Child will b. of the Florida Experiment where they had spent several a visitor here Sunday. The new prices effective June 2nd
,; + 4a perfect" health. Pi.st.at K taM.-leo pat.b...Oa Station. jveeks, guests of Mrs. Griffls'. son, ': L. D. Dorman of Jacksonville was gives a further reduction of $150 to :
i the of Mr and Hrs. Silas Brown each model. Last fall the cut Hudson
This insect Is a difficult one to com- Arthur. j guest on Calomel Is quicksilver. It attack
'+ Servant Girl Wouldn't Go in Cellar bat in the field, made so because few Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode Mr. and ,:, Sunday. Super Six cars ranged from $200 the bones and paralycas the liver. Your
n.r; Fearing Rats farmers feel like spending much to Mrs. Ernest Wells attended the Chau- Mrs. R. M. Prevatt and son, Carl, to $450 and this latest lowering dealer selto each bottle of pleasant,
i were visitors to ,Jacksonville Tues makes a total reduction of $350 to humJ_ "Dod_'. Liver Ton under
Mrs. Tepper, Plainfield, N. J., says, control a pest of peas. However, cowpeas tauqua at Starke Friday evening. j *
"Rats were so bad in our cellar the is one of the best summer table Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod spent I I day.Brownie $600 in only a little over eight months an ironclad money-bade; guarantee that
dishes and deserves protection. AU last week at Kingsley lake. I Bennett of Jacksonville, On Essex: the reduction last fall U will regulate the liver, stomach and
servant girl wouldnt go there. Bought peas except English: are damagedby Louis Brown returned to his work !, was visiting relatives here Sunday. '.was $200 on all models. To this the bowels better than calomel without
RAT SNAP and it cleaned all sickening or salivating you-10 million
f aome this large black weevil. in Waycross. Ga., after spending a I Qnite a numuer of our citizens attended latest reduction of $150 makes a totalof bottles sold
the rats out. RAT SNAP destroysrats The insect punctures the pea pods few days here at the home of his parents the chautauqua at Starke this $350 on each model.
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and mice. Absolutely prevents for two purposes: first to reach the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown. week.
., o odors. Comes in cake form, no mix developing pea which they t'at. and Louis Hubbard returned home last Henry Bennett of Jacksonville, was To Cure a Cold In One Day Ozw.'s Taatelssa crE1 Ts+ks
Cats or dogs won't touch it. 3 their within. The from where he j here Saturday.Rev. .
ing.: second, to lay eggs week Palmetto spent transacting business Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet It natoras vitality seC 4nary by unit/hi/ and"
sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed eggs hatch out into pale, fleshcolored a while with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hill.' E. D. Boyer filled his appoint stops the('ouph and Headacha and work off I". rlehlni the blood. YOB caa toon eel Meesee
by D. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv. grubs, which live upon the pea ker- Mrs. .t. H. lint. and Mrs. James ment at the Baptist church Sunday, Cold. C.W.GROVE..eo "'".on r-
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,_JUNEJO,..192U_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 81ARKE", FLORIDA. PAGE THREE- iu

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-- -- _. '- policeman was kUled, and a brother

1 News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. i I of John Ashley died later of wound s I .1 I 1

rrt.rv w------_..+n'rrrrnirrrvw.rrrrr 1 received in the fight.- q r 11 1T I. .

t After she had been bound and

State News gagged by two or three unidentified
Lyx j men in her home at Pablo Beach, Mrs. I

: --- --- -&aA ____ _._______j James Trotter, wife of the proprietor N 14
f'' Told by Our Exchanges. of the dance pavilion there, was rob !/ I
i 1.-- bed Wednesday night of $105, which i "'";,lI

=_ ._ _ _u___ .. represented a portion of the receipts ,
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? = of the pavilion that night. The Trotters / / /i c ,
The first I cat of watermelons of the I after a series of experiments in the live over the pavilion and after J

assess were chipped! from Williaton eradication of mosquitoes, is urging the close of business, Mrs Trotter, I I .
Wednesday of last week. The car the placing of bird houses in the trees carrying the cash with her, went to "

Irought $425 at the loading point. as an almost perfect remedy. He has their apartment. She had just openedthe 0,

succeeded in routing mosquitoes another bathroom door when the burglan I Il .'
plant City hoe cent out the past insects from his estate on the who had rut the screen out of a window \J" ..
season forty-two trainloads of fruit Halifax river by this means and the I overlooking the roof, leaped into , .

and vegetables, each train made up hundreds of birds attracted to the estate the room and overpowered her' A pa l W

of ,thirty-three can. have literally annihilated the per gag was forced into her mouth ;
pests. and her hands and ankles securely '
The sixteen month. old daughterof bound. The money stolen was in .' s ( I '
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bailey of Hisrh Col. T. J. Appleyard, state printer, pocketbook on her person.- The robbers ., 1 i i'll

Springs, died Wednesday from the effect is one of the proudest men at the however, overlooked a larger
of drinking a glass of kerosene state capital. Another session of the amount in a money bag which she

legislature has ended and his record placed on a table when she enteredthe
Some ten or twelve cows on the' is unbroken for furnishing the jour room.

Memorial Highway, Tampa, have died solar and calendars on time. Some ,
within the last few days on account ,. nights[ the book work turned out bas GRAHAM 1
of being bitten by a dog afflicted with numbered nearly 600 pages. And al i
rabies. were on the members' desks in ampl
Graham, June 10.-Messrs. Tom
time. He attributes this not alone tc
Mills David Kelly Bob Surrency and
While trying to check, the motionof his own good management but to the I
Fate Prevatt were business Visitors
a motor boat, in which he was rid- splendid force of men.
to the county seat Monday.
with two companions, J. J. Dwyerof
4nft:
Oldsmar, had his neck broken and Plans are now being completed for O. W. Dyal was a business visitor ade

died from the effect of 'the'injuries the sale at auction of the army buildIngs 4o. Waldo Monday. __,_' a cigarette -
Alvin McKinney was a business via ;
Saturday. at Camp Johnston and .it is that the auction will be held itor to our town Monday. : d

E M. Craig, who lives west of Dado the last week in June. David B. Trax. Charlie McKinney, of Louise, was t a I 1 d ,
.iis
City, bagged a ten foot alligator on ler, an auctioneer of national reputation business visitor here Monday. I n mjr .
his farm last week. He and other has been engaged by the war Mr. Collins, of Mississippi, spent
neighbors had lost about a dozen pigs department to dispose of the buildings the week with her brother, David Kel ,t

lately and had concluded that an alligator and other equipment, including; ly. The Camel idea wasn't born then It was theexclusive
Roy McKinney of Long Bridge, ,t
ate them. electrical transformers and wire, hoi "
air stoves, warehouses, garages, barracks spent the first part of the week with expert Camel blend that revolutionized

$:ti00; six months in the gang and mess hall. Altogether there his grandparents, Mr. and' hire Alfred cigarette smoking. ,

Ions of a big Buick automobile and are 642 buildings. McKinney.

heavy artillery was the done handed I I home Mrs.in Henry Brown returned after to her That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic : I .
Sampson Tuesday sew
I St. Francis Black's
Judge Hammel of Harry $100,000
Wauchula out by County, in the first whiskey sell Pullman car, which has been held at eral days visit with Mr. and Mrs tobaccos hits just the right spot. It gives Camels such ..

before him I I Miami since $8,000 worth of liquor Arthur Brown. ""
ing case to come mellow mildness and fragrance! I ;
were taken from it during the New Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Smith, of Wal <

H. T. Ferris, collector of the port I'I York multi-millionaire's sojourn at do, spent the week at the home of Mr.. =". The first time I smoked Camels I knew they were 'I "
of Miami, dropped dead in his office Miami last March, was seized by a and Mrs. Lewis Matthews.A ,
in the Federal'building, heart failure deputy United States marshal a few crowd of young folks enjoyed a made for me. I knew they were the smoothest, finest 'J i''

being the cause of death. He wag a minutes after it had been released pilau at Santa Fe lake Tuesday night.
in
the world
( cigarette price. .
republican but held through the \ViII I I from state custody by' Judge T. B. Jesse Ogden returned Wednesday at'any

son administration. Norfleet. A guard was placed about to Tampa. -
the car pending disposition( of the George and Fred Hazen of Brooker,, Nobody can tell me anything different. ,

Voting three to one for 'the city case in the federal court there. were business visitors here Thursday. ,

manager commission form of government Bob Jones, of Sampson, was a'vis
Lake City has joined the Flor I I Announcement has been made of itor here Thursday.J. otxraenr

ida communities who are getting full I I the formation of a sugar company at A. J. McKinney and son, John, of - I
efficiency( from an efficient( form of I I Plant City for the growing of sugarcane ; Sampson': were business visitors here

city government. The commissioners I on a large scale in the southern Friday.Mr. tt,i.REYNOLDS To"...*Cs.wm.me.tt.t. .
will employ a manager and other suh part of Hillsborough county, the erection and Mrs. Ed Smith and children .-,M.C.:

officials. and operation of a sugar mill Ube of Gainesville. were visitors here Friday
I i part,of the general plan. Contract t .

The Atlantic Coast Line has 85- ,, has been entered into for the purchase Math and LeRoy. Wasdm' Mrs.Equilla r
pound rails strung along: their rightof I, of the first unit of 2,000 acres of land Dixon, Misses Lctta and Lin- I
way in the outskirts of Ocala, in and it is purposed to add at least nie Fogg attended the fish fry at i

preparation for the replacing of the 2,000 more, with possible Increase tie Sampson lake Friday night. TIIERESSA'Therenea You will make a mistake ''
lighter!; rails and it is expected that I I total of 10,000 acres. The capacity Bert Britt, of Micanopy, is visiting Big I Reduction In Prices
It order fertilizer i
the heavy rails may be laid as far as of the proposed sugar mill would be at the home of his aunt, Mrs. I, L. ' June 10.:Rev. John Mul- : you your
without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty j
Leesburg this year !I thirty tons of granulated sugar per Ogden. lady l of Hampton, preached an Inter
of Materials, prompt shipment Order: now. Fertilizers, In-
day. Truby and Lee Dyal, Marvin Ogden esting sermon at the Christian church
The city health department of Jacksonville necticides, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
and Bert Britt were visitors to Waldo Saturday night to a large and ap1trcciative
\ seized four carloads of watermelons A story of bravery and great presence Saturday congregation. j, PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

that shipped Health from Officer Wauchula McDoncll to ,' of mind is found in recording Miss Alma Price, of Kingsland; Ga., P. M. Geiger spent a few days durIng JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
city. i i heroes in '
hnd the-deed of four youthful is visiting her sister, Mr. Jake Rob lattt week at Waldo, attending to
declared the melons were green
Lake'Estelle, near Orlando Friday
I I erts. buaincsa.
unfit for eating and announced the department afternoon. A small boy, who had fallen f
Jake Roberts, of Tallahassee, spent Misses Maude and Ruth McEven I
would keep a close watch on from boat and sunk to the bottom ts
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the week-end with his family. of heeeburgepentlaet l week here and
future,ehipments. of the lake, wa rescued and resuRciated -
I lads of Mrs. Equilla .Dixon left Saturdayfor at Lakeside with friends. NICBB&1If
by the four none
A decided sensation was occasionedat I whom wore over IS years of age. Blackshear, Ga. C. A. Deck and son, Albert, of
St. Augustine, when it was learned One of the boys dived to where Bob Jones, of Sampson, was a business Hampton, attended church here Sat

that Henry C. Jernigan, one of the the drowning boy Bank, grasped the visitor here Saturday. urday night 1
city commissioners and prominent in !I lad's hair and pulled him to the sur Lacy Reynolds was a visitor to the Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Commander, OX3'
automobile circles, had shot himselfat His aided him in county seat Saturday. v Miss Estelle Woodard and Tom Ga-
face. companions '
his summer cottage at St. Augustine I lifting the lifeless figure into the boat Joe Call, of Tampa, is here on a visit lick motored to Waldo Sunday after \ r

beach and had died almost instantly first aid. with relatives. .
and rendering
from the effect of the wound. I Math Wasdin was a business visitor noon.W.. M. Brown, of Del more, was a Small sis* Michelins are rasa .f flee }

Saturday night Deputy Sheriff to Waldo Saturday. business visitor here recently. ours quality material, by the MSS n
William J. Bryan will vote in FlorIda Hodges of Manatee county received a Frank Jones, of Sampson, was a Mrs. W. W. Fackham and children careful _rkmnln the __ modem' tt

in the future. While in New York tip that a still was being operated at visitor here Sunday. spent Sunday at Waldo with relatives. factory that lava mad Mlehclln tRlag
actual he wentto Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, and chU-1 :Mr. and Mn. A. L. Sullivan and
recently he announced that his Laurel. Summoning a posse -eh.ped Tatty and other MichUK *- w
residence in this state would become the scene of the operation. After dren, of Gainesville, were children, of Vero, arrived here Friday products ....... vis
his legal residence. He was influenced watching the negroes make their run town Sunday. I I afternoon on a visit here and tat'
in making the change by the stateof and satisfying themselves that they Henry Padgett and Percy Jones Hampton with frlenda and relatives.E. .
Mrs. Bryan's health and in his new had made moonshine the officers confronted were visitors to Cooter Pond Sunday. A. Gaines, of Tampa, was a visitor -
John McKinney, of Sampson, spent here last week. a,
ordered them
himself as and
home expects to concern the negroes 1
much as ever with public affairs. under arrest One negro had a shotgun Sunday afternoon here. I I Misses Leona Mullady and Alma .
with him and when the officers Dyal, of Hampton, attended services i
he threw the gun up to his{ here Saturday night. e
With federal prohibition poke
reference to
men shoulder but before he could discharge .aaaaaaaaa.a1 I Samuel Woodard attended church at 1 1SMITH'S
agents and internal revenue .
been it the officers opened fire on Hampton Sunday night.
searching automobiles it has GARAGE
-I Rev. Gable, of Gainesville, preached
held federal courtof him and he fell. The other negro ran I r
by the Judge of the
several nights last week at the
the southern! district of Florida, into the bushes and a search failed 5 Indigestion gP Baptist church. Starke Fla. ',
,
him.Persons ,
that search warrants are not essential) to reveal
W. A. Jones and M. M. Brinson ,;
where officers have good reason to be who cannot write will experience llaay persons, otherwise HTtcoroas spent several days last week at lake .- ;
lieve that automobiles are engaged no difficulty in drawing on dl and healthy, an QQ I Brooklyn Ashing and had excellent v .
in
transporting liquor. St. bothered occasionally with luck. i itruce.
with
their funds on deposit one Qa N
blow Augustine bank as a result of the Ind ..UoD. The effects of a QQ Mrs. Loran Brown and daughter, lIIIJJ IID IDIlDllldJDII1IIIIIlDIDIIIIPI: ]
Said to have been struck a
which caused him to fall and break adoption of the finger: print signature disordered stomach on the JM I of South Florida, are here on a visit A. II. Edwards of Fairbanks, was I COFFINS &: CASKETS
with relatives.
his night When a depositor is unable to write, | system are dangerous, and here Sunday.B. .
neck John T. aged
Lynch, ; I
for a Rev. Williams of Starke will fill
Lin of
or And Full
of illiteracy IndicesES,
watchman at the plant of the Baker either because prompt! treatment of J L. Haltiwanger, of Jacksonville,
Manufacturing Company, Jackson some other reason, tanks usually record Q tlon Is Important. The only QH his regular appointment at the,I is villtlqg relatives hers. ,UnAerroA.n' Supptia .
ville, was killed' at his place of em the fact that he signs his checks medicine I hsv needed has pmb I Christian church Saturday night and ] P. B, Bryant has moved with his
mark. In such cases, the depositor *n something to all diesB *- Sunday. HEARSE:
AUTOMOBILE
is held in by from Plant and is
ployment. Robert Sanford family City now
QM Triest and Bill Tall
withdraw funds tlon and clean th liver. Calvin attended .
to
the city jail, accused by the police of should he wish has to be writes Mr. Fred Ashby. a MS church at Hampton Sunday night. located at Starke. Always on hand. Tho best Mr
having struck the blow which caused from his account, either of personally the McKinney. Texas farmer. J Prayer meeting was well attended vie at the lowest prices. 8p.-

.medicine la H CROSBY LAKE Sunday night, preaching by lUv. std attention to t l.graph or-
for
be
bank or It would necessary Banes era; Registered Embalnr.DeWTIT .

A careful Investigation of the new to be identified the by check someone as a else witness who Bedford's 3BLACKDRJHT Crosby Lake,-June 10.-Those of James Benton was a business visitor l i
tobacco disease in Gadsden county, would sign! I C. JONES
which has adopted the finger this section attending the union at here Saturday.
made by Dr. Wilmon Newell that at the tho The print bank method of signature keeps Hop church Sunday wen J. L. Underhill D. D. Thomas and r e, J. B., of STARKE, FLA. '
University of Florida, shows the rigtit( and family, Barney McRae and
file impressions cf both Brooker, were visitors at II. M. Mc
disease has made no perceptible progress on Yate.
who J. N.
left hands of its depositors Rae Saturday night -
of heavy and "
t
In three weeks. Reports Arthur McRae returned home Sat '
loss at harvest the stock in storage cannot write. 9
in
or
ladla-Mtlom aid stomach BB urday from Jacksonville after spending
are groundless, according to the after having been at of any Itl... I bar several weeks there with rela- Orestes Mad Us of Tin.Hi '{
statement, which placed the loss at John Ashley was brought Star I *" feud aaytUiK that .IN Greeks In the Homeric Urn**
not more than one per cent.S. liberty for three years DeSoto county ** the spot. Ilk BlackMM A TONIC ware fnmlllsr with the metal tin. Copper 1886
;
to Jacksonville by a the state Kg Draught. I take It la brkmi SU tin Nod gold: 1 were owl l>y IIphaftstus *- i ? ,
J. Peabody,, of Daytona Beach, officer, who will place him in doses after meals. Fer a lone 19M drove'Tastotoss chill Tonic restores In welding the famous nblld i
prison at Raiford t* serve a long sen Urn I tried pill, which rrtsfj Energy! and Vitality by Purlfyinft and of Actlllen. Twenty layers. of tin wsraIn

]How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of Rat_ I tence. Ashley was known number as "southFlorida's of M 3 ad..d dldat glv* the food 19B SZ Enrichlntf the Blood. When you teal it* the culrsss. of ARsmoronon. No al- DAVISINSURANCE '
man" for a results. Blaek-Draucht llT.
Farmers Heed Iyean. bad triM twice for the | medicine Is easy to take,, asy KBM strengthening{ ,invigorating effort,see how tastes to tin Is found la th* "Odyjr. .
Dr. H. H. Butler says, "I use RAT He was Indian in Dade to keepaepetulva"flat S It brings color to the checks and how /ftI ."
Seminole
SNAP around my hospitals every 8 ,I killing of a ago, but was ac- 5 a package from your S It improves the appetite you will then Habitual CuncI-
some years oomrtlpatton
months whether I rats or not. It county with B appreciate Its true tonic value. I
see
'nuitted.. He was also charged druggist today-Ask tor and In 14 to 21 Days
does the w.ork-RAT SNAP gets 'em having participated in a bank robbery g Insist upon Thtdtora'sx-th i ElH Grove's Tasteless chill{ Tonic IB simply "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" la a specially

every time. I recommend it to every- in Stuart. Ashley was recaptured only csnnln QH Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So' prepared Syrup Tonic-La ve for Ha bltu rlGuaetiprtlon ) STARKEP' x''
body having rats." Don't wait until in DeSoto county. While Ashley pleasant even children like It. The blood :, It relieves promptly but
there 1s a brood of rats, act immediately ras in the county jail at Miami, in Oet It today. Bil Q8 need QUININE to Purify it and IRON to : should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days "
3 sizes, unsuccessful attempt Enrich IL Destroys Malarial germs and to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and '
85c you see the first one.guaranteed June,made 1918.by an members of his familyto laaaDtCa.a.:! Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invlgor.atlng I l 65e, $1.25. Sold and was and one I Effect. :.oc:. Vet bottle "
b? &. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv. liberate him. The jailor ; .t


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,k t . FRIDAY JUNE 10, 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTY TEi.RGRAPII.TARKE. FLORIDA
4GE FOUR
.

W. I.' Roberta spent Sunday with will see on the east side of the street
i \ \ .Bradford County! Telegraph his family here. a battery service and repair shop and .

W. II. Andrews was a visitor to he'll fix you up all right. .
Howdy, is this a battery service
:
Starke
Monday.
I I: Published weekly and entered as Miss Cora Thompson who has been shop TSure It never T-aiiis '

second class matter, at the post visiting here for the past week, returned is. What ran I do for you today

L office at Starke, Florida.III to her home in, Jacksonville : TDo


l 'fi E.-s.-M -rn-EWS. Wi'lor and Owner Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Bendever and Mrs. Yes yon; in do fact vulcanizing1 can fit you work out also with? .b"G: t it :.

Graham and two children, of Water- most anything (in the auto supply, all ,. pours
,t town, were visitors here Sunday, the kinds of tires, inner tubes, vulcanic- ,
LAKE BUTLER guests of Mrs. A. Andrews. ing and battery work. Have batteries ,

Clarence Ritch and\ Shepard Moore to rent at 25 cents a day, while IT WAS "company night. AND THE Brown'baby warn ';'ttM-.
,'{>!1' Lake Butler June 10. -Sheriff W. were visitors to Lake[ Butler Sunday you leave your old battery to be recharged . . "

r. J. Epperson and Deputy Sapp were in afternoon. and overhauled. BUT'WHEN i got home. AND..A .minute.! later. -
t} r' . .
rt town Wednesday. Misses Ada and Julia Register and I will be here a day or so and will THE SMITHS changed their mind-
A i 'n' W. O. Brooks, O. V. Brooks, Lavy Georgia Epperson, of Lake Butler, leave the car with you. Look it over I FOUND. the Browns.HAD . .

I !f1,''t M, .. Fralick and Jesse Gay of Providence, were visitors here Thursday after end put\ it in first class shape. Mend A sick baby. AND THE.Mlseui fainted.
Wednesday.
were in town noon. this old tire while you are at it and .
Melvin Weeks, of Palestine, was a A, D. Andrews was a visitor to Baker guess I'd better take out a new one. AND COULDNT come "OH, W.EL.L."* I eald.<

; it' business caller in town Wednesday. county Sunday. I'm glad I came to Starke. Expected "THE MOREthe merrier.WHATS .
I Joe Dowling, of New River, was Mrs. Hary R. Jones, of Macclenny, I would have to go to Jacksonville 60 I chortled "Ob joy.WONT .
I looking after business in town Thurs fs visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. D. to get all this work done. Say > THE difference?'
i SUE and I have. ,
;
.
Andrews this week.A
day.t
,
.r" you sure have,quite a little city; had .
Oulter Boyd, of Dukes, was in town IF THERE lent enough too chicken pilau waa given Wednesday no idea there was so much going on SWELL EATS for t"ol"! ,
It a few day ago. night on the grounds in front of .
c, s Messrs. Merritt and Turner, 3. W. the home of Mrs. Dora Tyson. Most of here.You would be to how BUT NO., Sue said. I'LL FEED.' the. malei. *

wl t .I a Colson and Stephen Cason, of New the young folk In town were presentand strangers come surprised here for see repair D.ON.'T. ON THE cigarettes that satisfy.
many
)r t River, were in town Friday. expressed themselves as having "YOU suppose .
1 .r, George Spires and wife, of Midway work. Keep me busy all the time. AND YOU women can talk.
spent an enjoyable evening. Guess 111 have to get more help and I'D WASTE all this food. . *
I r'( were visiting in town Saturday. .
Mark Tomlinson, of Lake' Butler,
in stock. BETWEEN the two.
put more AND
Harvey Varnes, of Johnstown, was .
k k'r ON . .
in town Monday. JUST you
was ., What's the name of this firm? .
I in town Saturday.Mr. Miss Helen He.uright will)) leave for WE'LL ALL be Satisfied."
Starke Vulcanizing and Battery
.
n ;j Corran and family motored to AND 80 I said. . .
.{' ''A the State Farm Sunday afternoon, attending New Jersey soon, where she will Service. Keeps gasoline oils and all . .
., spend several months. accessories for auto and bicycles. AU "LETS PHONE the Smiths." .
,, ;I f':.( Rev. S.Sunday S. Proctor school.filled his appointment Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Mrs. work done promptly and as cheap as . .

"w Ii fit the State Farm Sunday. Alvarez and Evelyn White spent last can be done anywhere. All work BUT THEY. bad* headaches. ,

P; J Mrs. Charley Douglass of Alachua Tuesday in Starke. guaranteed. Atr- Tight Tint of SO .. THEN WE tried the Joneses. TV7ONDERFUL company,
Miss Lace Cason who has been
h . YV Chesterfields- any time, any
a county, stopped over in Lake Butler .
spending the past week with her AskrourdeaMrtoshoe Just to "hit the spot.
parents where. aeem
I fell for It
CONCERNING STARKEBy ... AND THEY
for a while Sunday. yon the n rmcuam
returned to Jacksonville Sun- . Good tobaccos good blending (by a
vi
:' H. Blake is in Miller this week doing day. sealed. lint of 50 ChtmterCald AND WHEN grub for four.WAS private formula that can't becopied),.
rI some painting.Rev. :. ( Rod) A compact, convenient ' good-looking package with an airtight -
o W. C. Armstrong filled his o and mbo/utfljr. JUST about ready wrapper. On every count, an
appointment at the Baptist church MILLER Since I been livin' in this town AIR-TIGHT pee.m.- . ail-around downright good smoke.Indefin.tely. .
S
___ the
ciamntttif keep frmh
I've done a site o'ramblin' aroun' All the place.
i Sunday morning and evening. .THE PHONE bell Unkle4.uSatiafy"T over
\ {t' Hon. C. H. Register is back home Miller, June 10.-Albert Miller is Traveled 'roun' this grand ol' state . .
from Tallahassee.Mrs. visiting relatives in Gainesville this Of Florida, quite a lot uv late.

Henry Varnes and daughter, week. From the Atlantic clear on west
. Mrs Alice Hogarth stopped over In J. S. Brown was a business visitorto The Gulf Coast town en all the rest;

Lake Butler for a short while Sunday Starke Monday. Visited nearly every county seat.I .
morning.Mr. Mallory Thomas made a business use to think wuz hard to beat, .
} , I Stone, of Gainesville the stockman trip to Worthington Saturday.Miss Drapped out of Putnam into Clay,
has located in Lake Butler. Carrie Belle Brown spent the Orange en Polk down that a' way o O
!o John G. Colson, of Pine Hill, one weekend with Miss Virgie Thomas, of From one t'other I've made my track $1-
i of Bradford's oldest and most highly: Alachua. But I'm home agin/ en glad I'm back,

respected citizens, and his son, Bethel, D. L. Clyatt was a business visitor For there's ever a soft spot in my
were in town Monday. to Starke Monday. heart

e t ;. Mr. Hardce and son, of Lake City, Clifton Roberts, of Worthington, That brings me back to;; dear old. gMq C I G A.E T T E S
was in this community Saturday
i I were in Lake Butler Monday. Starke.
r
J ': Mrs. C. L. Varnes and son, Claude, night LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.
are visiting in town.D. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrlsh of And I guess that you'liinailltI
t .1' W. Borum spent the week-end Dukes, visited the tatter's parents, say this cause I'm prejudiced torn.,.. a .a... "- 'IP'"' -:;;;:..
t Mr. and Mrs. T. 1(. Waters, Sunday.W. .
with his family. You'll say I'm drunk, but I maintain
.
,;i i Mrs. John Ervin Dekle, of Starke, O. Brooks of Providence. was There's nary a drop in ary,vein.
Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. in this community Monday But I'll confess fer nigh forty year
Hewitt. J. S. Brown motored to Starke on I"ve cussed myself fer livin' here. .

4' \ :' Oscar Brown, of Starke, was in Monday. Yes ramped en raged up to the skyes
,( 'K .. I town shaking hands with his friends.J. Misses Mabel and Carrie Belle About the lack ur enterprise
J. S. Brown and Roland Thomas Brown were shopping in Worthington And drat the luck It's partly true SLICED MEATSFor

:: were In town Monday. Monday afternoon.Mrs. We're not doin all that we could do;

a Henry Rosenberg is. looking after Alice angford, of Alachua But set rite here en wait en wait
business In Tampa. spent the week-end with relatives in Fer the other feller to set the gait.

w.. Charley McCall, of Guilford, was this community Er little irig'nahty, en pep to spred
attending to business In town Mon J. F. Williams made a business tripto eroun'
Starke) Monday. Luncheons Picnics PartiesCut
day.Bob And you'd hardly know your own
l Green and family, of Brooker, O. L. Mizelle and son, LeRoy of home town. 1'
motored to Butler Monday. Worthington, were in this communityone

Isham Brown, of Miller, was in our day last week.A Old Starke has faults, as all uv em do to Any Desired Thickness
o I 1 town Monday.J. goodly number of the young folksof Jtst the same as me en you
;. S. Howard of Dukes, was In this community\ attended the chicken En there's er few ter pore mouth'
i town on business matters Monday. pilau at Worthington Saturday 'roun' UNIFORM, WHOLESOME PERFECTOur

Noble Armstrong left Saturday for night. I Same as pests any other town.
I DeFunlak Springs/ to take charge of Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur Douglass of I But I don't care how ornery they be Boneless Meats Are Cut Upon The
nw a school. I' Ellenton are visiting relatives in this They're better'n them insecs called so-
4, Miss Crystal Armstrong Is home community tills week.) cietee.All .
g' again: after a year spent In the'training Earle Peeples was'' in Lake Butler they do is to,strut en pose, AMERICAN SLICING MACHINE
school at Louisville. Saturday night.
wj Miss Mary Borum has returned Raleigh Buttling, of Providence, was Show hot their clothes.lack o' brains 4Wouldn't en credit I GO FARTHER -- TASTE BETTER

''c home from a visit with friends Val- in this section Saturday. '
dosta. Roll Thomas made a business trip the swop whole er dern mangy lot shote fer I' The American Way i i. The'Right Way
,
Worthington to Starke
Tom Rimes of was in Monday.
En ,when God sent em here, why II
town Monday. T. II. Rimes wan. a business visitorto
Lake Butler last week. guess he fergot AT BRYAN'Sson
M DeWitt of Like he did with cutworms en pests
+ k RAIFORD Brooks, Providence, was
i like these
In this community\ Monday.
I Ralford June 10-Quite a crowd of Carl Brown was in Lake Butler on Bugs en caterpillars that ruin yer

young folks went to Kingsley lake Saturday night. trees. .
Tuesday afternoon. Seeber Stokes made a business trip Takin' faults en virtues all way 'roun' I -- ---

"f' Mrs. A. D. Andrews spent Thursday to Worthington last week. There's Jots uv em behind this same ., Julian Dekle. FOR YOUR WANTS
Mr. and Mrs. and Richard
old Clayton
town.
i- : J.
In Jacksonville. W. Parrish made a business trip
En neighbor, when it comes ter livin'; Rivers were business visitors here on
} H. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was a to Starke Mond.y.D.n .
business visitor here Thursday and Reeves,' of Bland, was in. this it's never'! Monday.'
Friday. community Saturday. But Starke; fer Samanthy en me, for-
,
'r Mr. and Mr*. N. T. Ritch and baby' Mr. and Mrs.: H. C. Peeples visited ever. DOBSON QLI011Sel' ty .

of Starke, were visitors here Friday their son, Russell, of sTavares, last 11ir/
afternoon. N week. FIVE MILE Dobson June 10.-Mr. and Mrs. Joe i'ce

' ? + S. T.: Dowllng: was a visitor to Lake Mm. W. B. Feagle of High Springs, ... Dobbs' and family attended servicesat : GAINE5V ILLEPLORIDA

At, t Butler Thursday and Friday. visited relatives In this section' last Five Mile, June 10....:Mrs. J.' W.' the Mann schoolhouse Sunday. -.r
Tom Chastain of Lake Butler, was week. Mrs. Marshall Dobbs, of Baker
i a visitor here Friday. Olson 'Thomas was'a business visitor Mrs.Gainey D. and I. Blume children were guests. of county, is visiting her parents, Mr. I 22

?N 4; t 0. J. Griffin, of Starke, spent paft to Dukes recently.B. Fate Brown, 'of Tuesday.Miller here and Mrs. Math Hurst, this week. Complete Departments(
of'last week here. E. Brown was in Lake Butler buaines was on Mrs. S. R. Roberson, of Ralford, -
"
Shepard Moore and Clarence Ritch Saturday. Wednesday.Mrs. attended church Sunday.M. .
P. P. Dekle .
w I .were visitors to Starke Thursday. J. Howard, of Dukes, was in this had as guests on H. Hurst was a business visitor r.
her
Wednesday slater L.
') A party of ten or twelve went to section recently.? Mrs. C. to Starke Monday.
+ lk Sampson lake Thursday night and Mr. and Mrs. Percy McLeod of Varnes, of Johnstown, and cousin,
Mike
Messrs. Ueorge and Johnnie
William Wood of
; Pavo
+! ,I 9s had a fish fry. Jacksonville are visiting relatives in M. P. Dekle and B. D., Ga.Duke spent', of Oluutee..were in this section Satur- Lumber Prices Reach Low Level
Mrs. Reid and little daughter, of this community this week. .
l- Tuesday in Lake Butler.
+; Tampa, were visitors here during last' At six o'clock. Monday evening ) day.Mrs.. Maud Kelly and sister, Mrs.
t week. I May SOth; the death angel visited the Babe Johns was painfully injured Alma Johns and children, of Raiford, You can now buy direct from our mills and save)$ 1 10
i Russell Hobbs, of Macon Ga., Is home of Mr. and Mrs. R..T. Thomas Sunday when he fell from a tree. visited their sister, Mrs. Leila Dobbs,
1- visiting relatives and friends here this and took away their little son, Harold Friends and relatives here extend last week. I to $15 1 per thousand on your complete house bills.

week. aged two years. Harold was, a their sympathies to Mr. and 'Mrs.! Chester Register Manning, spent
,p ;I o+ .", :Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Graham, of very beautiful child and was loved Rance Thomas in the death of their last week with Frank Dobbs and fam Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber required
a, b j', South Jacksonville are visiting relatives by all for his affectionate nature. Up little son, which sad event occurred
A! here this week. until the last few days of his life, his. at their home at Midway. ily.Mr .and Mrs. Oad Dobbs, of "Man- I and let us quote prices delivered and save you

I -I Miss Lace Johnson left Wednesday cheeks were as a blooming: rose, all Oren Dekle was in Dukes on business ping were visitors in this section Sat- from $150.00 $500.00
f for Lawtey where she will visit. relatives radiant with health and happiness. Wednesday urday and Sunday. to on your building.

11 0' and friends. His pain and suffering lasted only a .W. F, Townsend and M. Feinberg, There will be preaching at the Mann
: .Horace Rosier was a visitor here few days, interment took place Tuesday of Lake Butler, spent Tuesday afternoon schoolhouse the first Saturday night ALL LONGLEAF YELLOW PINETHEPERRYLUMBERCOMPA

A Saturday.Mr. afternoon at the Midway cemetery here fishing. and Sunday in July.
and Mrs. W. -M. Graham, Mr. Rev. R. C. Crawford making: the M. Hewitt and eons spent Saturdayin Charlie Shaw was in Raiford Sun
'7 and Mrs. W. H. Andrews and Miss last few remark The floral offeringswere Lake Butler.J. day. Y

Evelyn White were visitors to Worthington great and the many friends. and M. Duke ,visited 'In Midway on Mr., and Mrs. John Sapp of Sapp,
s Sunday, guests of Mrs. R. B. relatives showed. their love and respect Sunday., were visitors at the home of Mr. and I I PERRY, FLORIDA

l Roberts. I by their presence in the home Mrs p.-'Pi Dekle and sons, Marcus Mrs'Joe Dobbs Monday.
Mrs. and children, of Jacksonville and at the cemetery. The bereavedones .,
and Oren, visited relatives in Lake .
were
visitors here during the have the sympathy of the com- Butler Saturday.G. PINE . Dressed Framing, $28; Flooring, $28; Ceiling, $18;

week. munity. D. and R. D. Faircloth were visitors $18 Lath
.- here Saturday.. Pine bill June 10.- J. E. Clemonn Siding, ; $5. ,
!, ) "How We Cleared Our Summer Home CHAUTAUQUA AT STARKE Mr. and Mrs. Murphy were shopping was a visitor to Stark Friday.
Z of Rata" by Mrs. Perry in Lake Butler Saturday.T. Messrs. John Kelly and Walter FREIGHT PREPAID

"When we opened our seaside home A large crowd has been present all J. Dukes was a business visitor Mann, of Melrose, were in this section
i, last it alive with rats They through: the chautauqua week. Many Starke .
J May, was to Monday. Tuesday. u" ._ .. ___ _. _
9 ; .,# had gnawed nil)) the upholstering. We strangers: coming from a distance Mrs. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler, Dave Greene was a visitor. to - -. -. __00" _ _._'
cleaned them out In a week with RAT were greatly surprised to find that was the guest Monday of her daughter Brooker Saturday afternoon.
they could have their autos Lake Butler attending Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd John*. Mr. and I day.;
repaired Johns In -
SNAP. I prefer this rat killer b.. Mrs. P. P. Dekle. She was accompanied Lloyd was
j : and get all extras, tires, batteries and home by her little grand- ,l to business Friday. Mrs. Markey, Mr., and.Mrs. J. E. Cle-j Alvin demons and :Lee Greene were
cake form mix-
i it in '
cause cornea no parts here Just as well) as !in the largo : )Ir. ,and Mr 13.1: It. Clemons and mons attended Church at New Hone]".,Visitors in Brooker Sunday.A. .

nV'i 1* ing. Saves dirtying hands and'' plates. cities. A stranger called a policeman! Colds Cause trip ana Influenza 'I' children who have been'visiting thelatter' Saturday and'Sunday. I B. Surrency and daughter, Vera
t f .' 3 slies., 35c, 65c, $1.25. 'Sold and and asked him if he could get an auto I' mother, Mrs.! Mott, are guests !,
LAXATIVE DROMO) QWMN :Ttblrtmem.! themuse. Mrs. A. B. Surrency and daughter, J. E. and E. H. Clemons were visitors
e"" guaranteed by D. C. Jones Statics.i battery in this town. Sure you can. = Then 1* only coo ''a.e Qninlr..' of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clemons this
Just drive around this and Vera, attended church at Sardis Sun- to the county site Mon .*y.
i ,i' Adv. j jt corner you E. W.GROVES sln.n->oa b>a. all:.. week.


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FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 1921. ,ljf\7 +1
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA.
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The following ladles, officers of the NOTICE TO PUBLIC' morning and found my favorite setter ..\a'". wilt thlrtr dan. after th Ant' of the
Woman's dob! of Starke, rode in the dead. I got real mad. Went to the first pnbllratlaa of thto turtle, apply' to tk.
How R,-A. Orv.ii. eovatar Judn of Bradford
Bits Club's'float during: the procession After June 10th, I will sell gasoline store bought. some RAT SNAP and beam,' ITIortd far aa order to Mill at prl-

of Localinformation Monday: Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. and oil for CASH ONLY. Gasoline in a week got six dead rats. Everybody of rat th eels. iwyimmt or vibM of", auction oVhw, ,tho for following tho purpavo..-
N. D. Wainwright and Mrs. C. A. for 26d! per gallon and oil for 23 who raises poultry should keep ocrtbocl property' ' to-wlti tit( '

.. Futch. The following, were their cents quart or 76e per gallon.: RAT SNAP." Three sizes, 35c, OSc, Lot oltkt (I'), also (t). and tn (to). la PAGE TRREE 1
guests: on the trip Misses Jeannette Thanking you for your patrona&e.Starke $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Block thirty-oil (>6)). aorar in. to the aw -
Matthews and Madge Middleton. The Vulcanizing Works, Jones Starke. Adv. sad lubdlvUlon' of J. W. P.t...'* ......., af .e

eu, 0r....... ........... ... float was tastefully decorated in It R. BURROWS, Prop. the town of Worthington Spring. Florida. :
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....... as Me c.....w rrraI white and green, the Club's colors. NOTICE Of SALE This Mar II. 1911. r.
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Notlo fti hawby fflwn I fc. all Inter A. R. MOORS *$
II IISeed All of our Ladies Beautiful The,uthor'. Put. _t.ca In the Mtato .C W. H. _pena... 6rt mi. Administrator ol th .UU of W. H. Boals.D.n..d. .
Philip CurtiKH, author of the novel, that I. A. R. Moeiv, dmlaktrator of the MM W1..1.+14 'm
--- Hats $3.75, at Stump's.The .
peas at Bryan's. Johns, left last week to visit her "Between Two World" remarked
brother that tlimiKh, lit'. like all writer, I.'e"s< j'eatfi "TOm
O. O. Johns
in Frostproof.E. following ladies of the LawteyWoman'
lion. John P. Coffin, of Johnstown Club rode In their float in contact with people! of oil klada. thereIs I

had business in Starke Monday. J. Roberts, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. the pageant whlcb'took place I In would just run one a class tulle to'The esttlipe'greatest which b.j GENERAL INSURANCE .

Biggs and little son, Leslie, were vis- Starke Monday Meadames W. E. "
In a writer's life said Mr. Curtlas
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and Mrs. itors at the home of Judge. and Mrs. Torode Louis H. Hill, Ernest Wells, : "Is the man who ,nlvrny Bays, 'If you, HAROLDIIC.:[ WALL ,
Geo. A. E. D. Savles and Miss Nolle Roberts.
.. Gardiner
A. M, Darby went to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. I could only write that
up a thing once
This f
organization Is the second "
Friday. happened to my uncle It would mate STARKE FLORIDA A s I
eat In the state. D.
Mrs. E.
Messrs. ;
A. A., E. M. and G. W. Old-I' the greatuct story you ever rvud." '"
is charter member.
Rub-MyTisnt cures ,Mores. Haten, John Clemons and A. B. Sur- a FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
rency were among the Brooker visitors FARMER BROWN
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fling have mov. to Starke Monday. From 250 to 400 crate. of sweet i

ed Into Mrs. Angle Sternburg's resi corn leave Starke daily. This, with
dence on North Cherry street. Rub tomatoes and squashes make a loa .- ,
-MyTism for rheumatism. Breakfast ready, Samantha
for an express car. A. P. Hoffman,
Soon as I get a few more pancakes
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Col. A. Z. Adkins motored to the express agent, takes all pains possible ready.Go .
E. W. Turner of has ,
Macclenny to that .
Gainesville Saturday and see packages( are properly -
Sunday afternoon.No. returned been in Starke during the week, visit- ] addressed and secured and this wash yourself. Sliver and come tll
home
ing relatives and renewing acquain services are due, to a great extent in. Don't get such good pancakesand "SAFEST FOR SAVINGS""Safest
tances. in the city do T
1 Ohufa Seed at White's Store Starke's steadily increasing truck. syrup you
C-3-2t shipments. You can, if you've got the price.

Among the Lawtey people who attended Well, fill up.. Maybe you will be
the parade Monday Mr. At the Starke Gun Club's shoo
Miss Marguerite Livingston were: mighty hungry before you get any .
of and Mrs. R. R. Thede Mrs. W. H.I Tuesday' the first prix '
was won by more. for Savings" the slogan of bank
is of her a
Tampa a guest
aunt, Miss'
Miner, Mrs. Goodfellow and Mrs. G. M. Inman and the second by Roscoe l
Kate Livingston, on Water street. Farris. McLane. 'Case why that has been highly successful in inducing "
Well the way you done at Starke
Mr. and :Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee motored 'Levy Cnnova who yesterday and rite in front of DeWittC. people to save.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. recently grad
Brownlee and
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to Palatka yesterday to attend the Jones store. Went and pjpked my
uated from the Bradford
Lnng-Jarmon wedding. daughter, Miss Elizabeth motored to High School, but I at it. is of and should be the
Palatka yesterday to be present at went to Jacksonville Sunday to takea pocket, caught you Safety course,

Rub-My-Tiam kills pain. the marriage of Mr. Brownlee's niece, business course in the Jacksonville Yes; but I gave you back your first consideration in choosing a place for
Miss Ella Mae Long.. Business. College. pocketbook and baccer.
You knew that it was wrong to savings.No .
Mrs. B. W. Hodges, of Jacksonville Senator D. E. Knight and Representative pick my pockets didn't you' '
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. for Mrs. E. T. Campbzell left Monday E. M. Johns of Starke, and Well I don't know about that. The bank has a monopoly on safety, but we A.t.
P. Hoffman, this week. Tacoma Washington, to visit her
parents. Mrs. Campbell will stop en- Representative Chas. H. Register, of old woman that let me stay with her do claim to be AS SAFE AS THE SAFEST,
Lake Butler, are at home after a stayof taught me how to pick pockets and
Fruit.jars, Jar tops and rubbers atBryan's. route Chicago to and visit points friends in Kansas.in Tennessee, 60 days in ,Tallahassee as membersof wipe things and if I got something and you will find .aety-IOO per cent safe
good she would give something to
the me
1921 session of the legislature,
Hollis which adjourned last Friday. The eat. If I didn't get something she ty--for your savings with us. tlI
. G. C. Driggers, a well known business Knight who is a student at records of these gentlemen as mem- whipped me. ,

man of Lake Butler, was in town Emory home University, Atlanta, returned. ber'of'the ]legislature seem to meet Well)., you can't stay here if you You will also find courteous and considerate
Monday. Friday to spend the summer vacation steal. v4A.
with general approval. All alert
with his parents Col. and Mrs. and active In support of were measures I won't steal If you feed me good. treatment. Furthermore, we pay 4 per I

Mrs. J. F. Canova spent the week. D. E. Knight. that would benefit Bradford county Here comes Mr. Oleson. Hurry up cent interest on savings balances 4A.y 4A.
end in Jacksonville with her
sister
and equally'as active in opposition tomeasures and get outdoors.
Mrs. Wells.F. Rub-MyTism kills infection.Mr. .
Howdy Mr. Oleson didn't see
that would be damaging to you
their constituents. at Starke.yesterday T
II. Long and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts. Mrs. W.
spent yesterday in Pa- No, couldn't get away. We had so
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latka where he went to attend the S. Yelvington and little son. Master much to do. BANK OF STARKE

Long-Jarmon, marriage. William G., Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dowl- EVERYONE SEESA Well you missed the time of your I : y
t i. ing, of Hastings, spent Sunday with life. There was a big crowd and the ni
666 cure Bilious Fever.W. Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner. finest lot of autos and floats I ever STARKE FLORIDA

saw and the military company were
A. Scott who is Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children BIG CHANGEIN
teaching in Os- out in full uniform, guns and all. Say
Under State
teen, spent the week-end with his went to Gainesville Saturday where Starke done herself proud. DeWittC. Supervision r

parents Mr. and Mrs. F A. Scott. they will spend several weeks with Jones was marshal of the day; rodea '

Mrs. Adkins' mother Mrs. M. E. Ed- FATHER fine horse and had on his soldier E. S. Matthews" Pres. G. C. White,Cashier
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Acid phosphate, cotton seed meal wards, and sister Mrs. J. C. Adkins mi form. Snyder was BO busy In the J.j

and potato special at Bryan's. hardware store he didn't have time
Ladies now is the time to geta hardly to nee the parade. Sold lots .

Mrs. L. A. Davis Sr., has returned real nice hat only $3.75 at GRATEFUL SON SAYS HIS FATHER of goodi You Just ought to have I "

to her home in Fernandina, after I Stump's.Mrs. LOOKS LIKE A DIFFER. teen and heard the hobo band-What &
spending several weeks at the homeof I..H that, racket on the roof Go see, ,
her son, L. A. Davis. S. E. Brownlee went to Pa- ENT MAN SINCE TAKING Samantha.

latka Monday to attend the marriage; TANLAC Here, come down off the roof. 1 ''IIIIID1! imompaiBOifflmgamagninimmaKixMONUMENTS t

666 Cures Dengue Fever. 51320t. of her granddaughter! Miss Ella Mae Brown, come right here quick. That
Long!:, to Mr. Louis Tilghman Jarmon crazy boy Is sliding down the roof and TOMBSTONES S to
The Junior B. Y. P. U. gave a pleas- which was an event of yesterday. "My father suffered from chronic onto the shed roof. He'll tear off all I rT
ant social on the evening of the Spth stomach trouble for over twenty the shinglns.; lee,
ult., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brinson went to years and hits paid out thousand of Here, come down off of there. You : Gallon: orr ddrcss
L. Peek. Tallahassee the first of the week to dollars for medicines and doctors," \vll break your fool neck and spoil tha s
attend the graduating exercises of' said G. W. Klnyton a wellknownCobb my oof. .Come down! i W. ELLERY DAVIS, STARKE, FLA. ern4U1

Horace Wilson who attending the Woman's College!: their daughter/; county farmer living a short I Yes, Ill bet now It will leak again, I I
the University of Florida has returned Miss Josephine Brinson being a distance out of Atlanta, Ga. Come down and get out of my sight"ou'll I Local representativeofithe? : ,' '+

home to upend a vacation with his member of the class of '21. "We tried nearly everything, trying i drive me crazy. Get out of CLARK MONUMENT & STONE co. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
to him and he h..re.; I ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilson. cure went off to
Nol Chufa Seed at White's Store. the Springs thinking maybe the water (Continued Next Week)

666 cures Chills and Fever. 6-8-2t might help him but it just looked I The largest firrn'in the south of its'kind, having served the
r bev
like nothing: would reach his trouble. To Cure a Cold. public for thirty-seven
Bank Cashier A. L. Taylor, of Guy Alvarez a former Starke boy, : Then he tried dieting and lived on Remove the seeds of one mtodlum- years.

Campbellton, Jackson county, has who located and married at Cedar- liquid food until he almost starved, Ice grapefruit, put I the pulp Into one I We can please'you: as to material, design workmanshipand
been here for a week's visit with his town Ga., is now the proud father ofa but even that failed to do him any quart of cold water, and .bull slowly
mother Mrs. W. H. Taylor. fine baby boy, who arrived on May Brood and he Just kept going from until it la reduced to one pint. Strain; price, and can show you samples of granite, Georgia

31st. The name of "Louis Miah" has bad* to worse. and sweeten to taste Drink oiie-hutf I Silver Cray Marble and also Vermont White and Blue

Miss Margaret Long ,went to Pa- been chosen for the little stranger.The "1 don't guess: there ever was a the quantity liot. )Juxt uftcr retiring at marbles.
latka yesterday to attend the Long- .- case as stubborn as his and If there night and the r'mnll"l cold 'lu theturning. ,I

Jarmon wedding, and will remain several sheriff's office has presented was a confirmed dyspeptic, he was lt"'i>fut tliu sucoud night/; UeteMnnrjr. D I IDIIIIm IDmmlOCDWlD1DlIIlIU) II1G1OI1I ,
days visiting friends. the Telegraph with the top of a lard one of them, and I, guess he would Y'
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can still, that looks like the one Noah have been one yet if it hadn't been '.,I f fo fy

Mrs. J. S. Blitch and eon, Clifford used for his grape ferment. It is a For this Tanlac. Not Very Intellectual '

from the State Farm, spent the week I cypress block with holes bored for "The first we heard of this medicinewas Many a fallow who bait. more money lIIaIIDIIIIDtIImmraax) cDlDlDlI cDlDllllII/IJIDIIIIDtDCIH1I4DllUllUHDa/ I'' A

end with her sister-in-law, Mrs. II. L pipes, and clay was used for making when my father saw an advertisement than brains hain't the price of a pack

Brownlee. the joints tight. in the papers from partiesbe of cigarettes.-Cincinnati Enquirer.rENTAWORD.
knew in Tennessee, who were ".
Don't forget that Bryan is head See the new style shoes at friends of his and he knew what they 1(0wMICHflIN i

quarters for feed of all kind Stump's- said about it was the truth, so he grot
It right a way and began taking it. %

666 Cares a Cold quickly. Quigley!: Broom Co. presented Mayor Well, sir, it acted Just like magic has
Martin of Jacksonville, with an everybody notices the change in fa- ayarcima -the cwmman&rt

Louis Peters and "Happy" Hooli- exceptionally fine broom Monday. Mr. ther. Why, he is Just like a differ- :I e, causes of tins trouble
han, two ball players of Lawtey, Martin said it was too fine to use in ent man and sits down to the table 1
spent Friday night at the home of house cleaning:, and that he would and eats like a farm hand. Only yes- +3 71 tit
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. hang: it up in his office as a memento terday he ate pork and turnips for his FOR RENT Furnished room for re
of iUrke. dinner and ate so' much we were actually fined couple or gentlemen. Inquireat TIRES and TUBES
Ladies $6 to $8 hats closingout afraid he was going to overdothe 'Mrs. Beck It* l

at $3.75. Stump's. A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. thing., but he laughted! and said r ,

R. Burrows and son, Willie of Starke nothing: hurt him now and that he FOR SALE-Edison Amberola phone ','

Mrs. G. W. Alderman returned last and Mr. N. Cain and granddaughter was hungry and expected to 'eat and ograph and 129 records, $65. Apply : REDUCEDEFFECTIVE '.

week from Chattahoochce where she Irene, of Louise, have returned froman make up for lost time. this office 6372tI ,
spent two weeks with her daughter, auto trip to Hernando county. "Now, when a medicine will do I .MAY t, 1921 ting- ,
Mrs Marshburn. While there they were guests of Mr. things like that I think people oughtto FOR SALE-One heavy good mule 1 Motorists Have Been Walt. Oversize Fabric Shaped .

and Mrs. W. H. Sloan. know about it and I want to say for ale cheap. E. Gessner, RouteA tag for Tire Prices to ComeDown Kize Cord Casing Tubes \ *

Misses Florence and Effle Larra- right: now" that I would not give, one Box 28, Stark. 6-20-8t* -Here are Hock Hot $Oz3yj 24.50 18.SO 2.95 !, ., '
more and. Minnie Johns, of Glen St. 666 cures BiliousnesB. bottle of Tanlac for all the other tom Prices on the World's 32&S'/', 34.00 20.90 3.20 AA
medicines and health resorts in the Quality Tires.
Marys motored over and spent last FOR SALE-Fine Jersey milch cow.
Thursday with Miss .Ida Warren. Citizens of Bradford county have country put together" Anyone Interested call at my home. I '- Sill32x4 23.90 3.60 ,
been drawn for Jury duty In the Unit- 46.00 27.90 .4.10I'
Offer only stands for 10 days. J. H. era .
666 cures Malarial Fever. ed States court at Jacksonville as follows PEACHES 83s 4 47.50 29.20 ..9 T
Williams Starke. 8-3-21 .
: Grand Jury C. L. Peek and J. I will soon be shipping: peaches. d I' 344 48.50 29.75 ....0 '

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Summers, of F. Kickhter; petit Jury, W. M. Read. Write for prices. L. M. Jones Mo- FOR RENT-Magnolia Lodge Kings-' ' .
High Springs, spent Sunday at the ding G. T. Pearce and Jeff H. Dowl- lena Ga. 6-13-41. Icy lake. Reservations now being 32.4'/', 82.00 6.2063z41j

home of Mrs. J. L. Warren makingthe ing? of Lawtey, G. W. Shallar and made. week in advanC'e.when I 13.f>0 6.39
910 : ,
of Providence. per 3U4'35x4'/, 54.60 5.40 re 4j
trip by automobile. W. O. Brooks To Stop a Cough Quicktake" reserved. Mrs. J. Mv Alvarez, Yi36x4 66.00 5.30

Mrs. J... A. Reynolds who has been Closing out our Men's Slippers.Stump's. . HAYES* HEALING HONEYS a Starke, Fla./ 6-8-8t. I Yl 67.00 5.75
cough medicine which the cooflh by
stops
visiting her mother; Mrs. ElizabethHairs
the Inflamed and irritated I
healing Ilionnr
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FOR SALE-Good recleaned chufa ,, 33115 65.00 8.15
Catarrh !Medicine the A box of GROVE'S.. O-PCN-TRATE: seed, $4 per bushel of 44 pound, You May Now Secure MichJ 35x537x5 68.00 6.50 j
Rev. Blanchard Law, new pastor SALVE for Cheat Chide) Head Colds and
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Those who are in a "r.,n down" condl- of the Baptist church and wife,1 Croup' Is enclosed with every bottle of Joseph Bolt, Brooklyn., Fla. It elln Tire and Tube' at the I 71.00 6.80
them Bon' will notice that Catarrh bother arrived in the city last night from HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve - Above RMk. oUom PricesFrom 1 III + }
Rood much more than when her aro, In short time will be Bbould be rubbed on the cheat and throat FOR SALE-Peaches, to can or eat. 16d 95.00 10.45SMITH'S
hfutltb. Jract that while and for a
Catarrh U a This local clta...crnvtm..", It la irmtlr. Starke, of Mr and Mrs. G. V. Till-',of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.Tho Come or phone. C. C. Cowart 1.
nll.nC''d' br roimtuutlonil condition the guests I baaun*offort of Him' ......,. .b- mile north .of Hejlbronn SprlnR'lI.Stark. ,
nALL'1t CATARRH MrDICtNE I.e a man. Mr. Law was accompanied! here i aide the turaot earebuvtd with the b.SIIap west of It* GARAGE
rents and Blood Purifier! "nd Seta through his mother Mrs. W. G. Law, and (row*a (O-Poo-lnu. flan IIIn>ueII' tfco font tlM .. ?. II ,
by
the blood upon the mantis mirfuciw of :U skis oooa ploys a ooata. --
U>. body.. thuG red""ln> Inflammation sister Miss Doris Law, who for a few Both ramoilb am packed la ao eastern aod I ho "I Got Real Mad When I Lost My STARKE FLORIDA V
'lid .*.torln. normal rondltkina. days will be entertained by Mr. and eat of tile f bhi.d tn.ttwt I.56a h
All dniCKtat. ('Ircu'''''* free Spencer.-Lake Wales I''eJIHt ask your druggist for BAYES'1HEALING Setting Ben" Mrs. Hannan 3 32ftWftDClU4l1llD IIt !
F. J. Chonoy A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Mrs. Chas..1. 1 'I / f6
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t < BRADFORD COUNTY fELEGRAPH. 8TARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 10, 1921. _
PACE SIX


i Taxes
NOTICB d. riUd land will b. sold .t publta m**** Drlptl __ 7. L A 0..1' CateF44 :; DeorcrI.II .... T. S. pA Owner Coa*.

,, .1' Notice U hereby elven that the ml.following It beiD.be 4th day of .atd month, before the 01 NW\4 of NE"-IG' '1,1t 1 Fred .I Smith 1.01NE44 Lou 4 k. 4 ____________1. 'I 141 lDO Unknown ...*.
... the FIRST MONDAY IN JULY State of Florida, or ao m""h tbereof .. / \ of NWt\Of NWI4 1. 1.. ID h..k MoO..r 1.11 "
dfl :i" Ooort 110.... Dour .1 "' ..rk.. In i Br.dford CounW. th. age, togethar with the 6W41 / ____.______.-10 I 10 45 Cam.; iii 8mltb 7178E4t 1I"t4"A..ok.8E"N. : H
44'', will be -.... to Pay tbe .moon* due for taxes Mt oppo.lt of NE+i_ oNW NW44 A .rl\\ of IE% _II 7 tl lit Unknown . 17."

l ;' coat of uch tale and adv.rti..lne. K. W. HAYES. Ta Coll.etor."rW of NB44 of % A NW NE"4 I of NWI4 !. ElY Here of '
: W4W/ H44 NWK of NWK ,._t2 7 to It Unknown _ ....
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TaM ". of 8E 4 of 6y: ...t7 10 tl K C Groover 1.81
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:' fE of NW N ______U I IB 40 Philip M. H. Nettle .. ?... ..... lLl/ N fI/I NW ___II I"/ 1141 B 0 1Co...... 18.87 Bee at NW Or of
"" \ f\1of; liE'" -- --------U It 80 ? HE of N"1.. 0 I' .0 B Dw 10... Sec tit and run E: 486 yd. 8 '
.E" of $W" .rapt 8 $0i'4 cIa. N W 8 % .aap1 i A InDV. 440 yd. W 411 yd.. N 440 yd.'

S 1-1 .. roh'a k SW" oWS4 JI: of J. P. William. ...... "'I. lr _ _. ........11 0 14 II David P Co'ID .n, _,. 7.47 U pt of bee. Also bee at NW
Ml I .' ...alleh /except II RO ide.. 11 11 Bt SW o! N of B to ._ _____II 6t II 141 iii. Nellie iii IIc..U _ 1.11 Car of See I'r": B $ yd*.
k A I JIIE'" of NE'4 A. wM, of NB44t NE B 440 ., : : pt of bee.
%,,1' ,' A 0144 of NW" sad 101 $St of N E% .. ot NEot NEB. Ana from thence B 880 yd. 8
ry BEV4 or NWIl. A. N. of NW"Ii N/ : 8HO yda, 880 yd* N 880ra
1; n,,K:r' Gresoseg w ot 8WIl. oNW3-I'; f IBIB EHtt W. H: N.ttle.' .......- 1lI of 8W"BE.- .... _______ 11 101 860 Ideal American Corpoatlos 10.01 : -_ ; 2f 'I" in 8 D Door BW . rr.ut

+ W 80'1'1. : ll li = J. L. Bardla. ___ IU' NW44 of 'NWVeNB4 A NW BW STei *'*JH.I2I8EK !' S D Duke KM Wfy '
; \vo _1' 1 44 of A SE44 of 8W44 ",& .. 'I.6 IMJ
.(" 11 except 0'X"tn NE Car ._-...._11 6 .0 53 Uokoowa 11.1. E of : _. _SI J .i M Unknown ... 11.8$
5hs/sW' A iVVwNWK f !: of _... 141 F a N44 of "t\/ of-8644 .__ f 01lira Mary Thornton ... 1..1
: : ............... 44.71 SE" NJI $7134 .11 6 10 Carpenter 1.11 -- .
i I"' ... ..nol8B'" .._._.___..__. -l7 ItIt UI J. L. Bardla M* 844 01 SW'4 of NWy.... II 0 to 141 a.-'Ila Collia ..11 NW44 I of NEK .__.___----8 4 tl 44U Mr.. MaryMr Tbora _ 717
1' '. '. N 21 6-s ...... of liE" of NE3-11; I 21 W. H. Nettle NW% of 811:" of N W74 I __11 0 .0 10 liI!; liIo..... 1.11 844 of SEK of SWK ____ f 0 I. Minnla Maas - I1TCoro

',. : k of 14WV4 A E l! L. Rardla __. ...... Tt MJ4 NIt\4 of "WI,(, of Nit" ______11 0 10 141 A iii White 1.1. at NW Cor of 8EK of NW
:r E'w E. __ -IO I IBi 480 L. Hardly .. 5.44 of NE"- of BE" .of 8Wy4 .._II 0 N I ChrIS 0 lIurkhart ___ 1.11 V A ran B 14* yd., then** B
of NWKNWK M .ol.fl I i: 40 J. Wllliama *A* W44 of NW" A N44 of BWli I to II' Jd.al Amoriaa Corporsuos U.8I 7b yd* to pt of bee. tbeno 8
it" of NKK" =____-n--6. I 40 L. W. Lot 1 $ / .t .0 Ideal Au.rtoa eo..tIoa 11,46Ny 70 yd, E 70 cIa N 70 yd, W
----------i . ....
' l JIll;'" of 8WK A. BM: of NWK r of ; 10 yd to pt of bee _._ITK III ti R.aI7HTaFlor ,1 r
:" of A.f Mr In BE Car: ofSEK ISIS Cor k. 8% of 844 of Lou I A. '-I/ 0 24 NN44 a R TIIFIor ______ II.... E of NEK of NWK _________IIWft tl Mr Minnie Mana _.-, 11.1.
;n d ; W+4/ /. .1. ISI' 11 D. W. Mattes .. 1171 Of Lot U _____________-1. 6 II .0 TIM Amerlaa Trust 00.. of W4, of SWK of NEK_1! I tl 1* T B Handley\ 10.11
I; IIW'4' N.WV.w 01 BI6YI _01 6 110 W. H.Keen NettUa _. II IBn 1'"II of...... II except I A la SI: Admi aIrato. _.. 9.6. Com et NW Cor of WH of SEK\

4 ( Z\ BWK of BEKtSl: I i: 10 I. W. . ... ..... Cur __ __ _..11 f II N Samuel W B..a ___ 6.84. of NE%. run 8 106 ft to pt
oaf PEA I 40 1..1.111 '"* ., Lott? .. .. I or th.nce 8 .10ft.
8E<{ .... a.** NV. of _._ ___ __111 6 ID .0 1 M IiI.Da bee. 106 ft. E
;a'. 1.:...._....-M26 0 IBIB 40 .. J. Nettle ..., NE _ Am.rkao Coroatbo 121 N/ W
1 NEK orNWK JIll; < 44 of NE'I.I __._ ____.0 0 It .41 Ideal '. 106 ft.. 1141 ft topt
' of NE"1.. I 40 .I. W. "- BlaakwalaaT"...r ttl NW3( of SW .' __________..11 f I' .0 .I T ADdor..a .." I of bee ____.__.U .1 n R C Walk 11.III
'. SW\oo\ of016 y. _____...24< I IBIB 40 Mr*. M. V.. 11.'" Bu of SE\4 0 NW"1 I I' to V..k.D ..___-.,,,. .,4A8W4 I Com at NE: Coe NE44 of BW ,
4 t.j' B* of PEp,4 A. 8WS4 of SE", I 180 M A HlMkwaldar. .. II." of fllI:,* _________.....__st f It 10 $4.. Charlotte CoCfia _ '.11 : \K and run 8 I bna and I ft
(, BW of HEI __ ___--1. S 11II 80 D C William. of 10. ft N .. a by 100 It to Ry rieht of way, thene W
15$ I INKK (except.",ieres I. EAWInNECorofA.QLFr lone right of way 14 ..h... 14
.... 1T.BI
CBoEru W F Smith ..
_11 71 --
II\\ and publ' toad. eru sing InJohnetown ft to a pt of ben thence N

of NE""A s3pof"NEKA _ _____.____1. 10 P A 1iI..ltbr ____ Lot I decree E!: tlO ft. W '10 ft
S II A..... of NWK of NBV NE", (i..oorpt. Lot 141 of ink I' variation' '12 decree* 8, then**
NI A. NEK' of SEK f N14' of In NW\4 of NE") 8W44 ofIIW" 8 810 ft to aald Ry right of
NWK "f BEK --_ ?_.____11 1 II u. R M Blelllne. \ .... ..... 141 / A .. N Ay4 of &11-11: 6 .0 1141 Ideal American Co..ratloa '14.11 way thence B on right of way
NK of NWK -______..__. IB M A Rauleraon. .. ., 11.11WI Lob 'I II 8W5 Ik .'la .Iohna- to pt of .tin-1 Mr, In NEK ''

4; of NWV of BWK .______ 4 S 11 to R M Jenklna ,.. 1.1' town _ .._.____._____._____11 6 2. A L Sm'Uo 7.11 of SWK ________?_____II .1 I W I. John . _., _. 11.11
I +'T SW14 of NEW: A. NK of SIC" I 6 IB ISO B M J.nklna ..______ 1041 Nt4 of V xe n OW Lof'.1l' A It of Blk 1 la Rat- '

) COm 1110 ft west of NB: V" VINEK Cop _ __...-- ._.....-.2s 6 50 7. P 8 Denmark 11.111 .11 I I' __ Mr Walter Graham . La
/ of NEK and ra 810ft, NW" of 8W>14 ______._.._2. I II .0 John P CoalD '.1' ELBE WI4M( Dl Oreo I
wait 90 ft., north 40 ft. eaatDO 'I NE44 of'NE\4 _.__17 I 10 .41 Unknown _ __ '.17 Cor tl 71 W 8 Noble 11.1.
f 42 .., ft to lit of bee -..._..n__ I 111 William A. Browa .___ 1.41 844' of NE',. A illyf 8E41 ___,.27 180 1&0 Am....... CO..tIoaLou' B.U of NW46- ___.____ tl 80 Unknown 1BJI
Com at NB/ Cor of NBK of NBK. '" Aad...... _ 11.81 N 1-8 of NWK of NEK

'' "; and run wait on Be* I II n* 70yd. WH! A. 844 of 8114: ____________.T I I' .00 Ideal A.D. CorporatIon '1..' com at NE Cor of NEK
I : ... south no ft to a pt of "tiffthonoe E44 of NEVi' A 8W44 of NE44 : WK A run W 182 yd.
east II ft., south 110 ft., Ii IfE' 10 8841 Ideal American 2-8 ydx, E 182 yd., N
Et4 of A y. 11 0 CO..tloa 10.88
A i ji' west 60 ft., north 110 ft to piof BB Cur IiiWv. .1 SW'ryS.etlan1.6I. vd* to pt of .bev ._ __ n ITIT O C S.pp ...----- .-_.. I."
I heir In Frovldcno* .....- II William A Brown -- '.11 t.a: 48 of 818 I F-N.- Andrew. 8 1.8 or NWK of .

I .,, KK of SWK of SWK .____ t t I' SO William Price _?........_ '.411 add to Lake Butler u________ J A Murrell\ LU [ com at SB Cor.80taN NE:1: ;J :
About 16 acre In BWK known a* Lo .8 of Silk 8 F 101 And...... add NWK.\ run N
old Uounritre Mill 8IU .._. I I IBIB 18 W..ka.. PltU ______ 1.1 132 yds. 8 14* I.' yd. :
__ I'
; to l.ak. Butler _.____...._.______ H Caaoa 1.1' I
._ e A T I."
1189
8(4" of 145W---------- S S $0 0 W Wlllia _ _- In S\oio of La n. 8.c11.n ./-S-10 yd* to bee ..._____ II Botlns. -
". Bit{ of $W4r of NWK (....pt. E',y Blk 4 original' town ofLak. N4i' of NF<4 of NEK __ 11 80 W J . . 8.81

IV ....* In NE/ Cor to ehurrh)" endnnnh : Butler _- __ __.___ __ The American Truet 00. NWK of NE'i.. 11 40 C: C Cowart. . ISJtl
-- -- -- --- --
28 area. of NWK of AdmIDtat..Io" ... .. BWK of NE,/4 (except .
Com 01 1".0'
.t liE Cor IIlk 8 k
40 8 > 1.14 run SI American Trnat Go.Admlntetrator .
BWK 11 I .. for church) . ..___ tl
B 17 *uon w z..T8wig. g : 11 17' C D .Jr'I': ". :==:::.: 101 N 128 It. W 101 tt S 2. ft. _ 11.11

40 Jonea . _...... .. 114 E 6244 ft, 8 1011 It. E 6244 ftt.k't"tllr M I Mm C B Nonaaa lUll
Spboy
ftF.Yt' of NEK _____._--______IIBWVi 4 ISIB SF 4 of 8WK A SWK of II
ofNWK-_ __-..__ isrft'4 -___'* < 40 Belay Jane . ---- .... : ori.lnal:. _.town__:!_._-._ .__ MIN Catharine arrIaoa I.... NEK of BE 2 . ...__ BVi'I tl 44 T.I Moor 10.68
----- ---- 41 B: E: Green . .. '..It8W
iL S :' of NEK EVt" nfNEK Com at NE Car of Blk .. runS RWK of SW _..,.. II .
f'ttE" I ...1
40 W B Norman
: '/ (*apt B IVfe ot IWK ___ ___ It -'
76 W
ft. 1411 ft, 101 76 ft I.tkOO'f.n
,
acn.l 1 _ _____________.____IT I II 17 Bertha Trie _ __ '.U 106 original town SWK"of NWK *. SWK :

W 1/ of NIe" of II/E'/ . NW of : ::: : -..... __ MIN ea'h.rln. Harrbos ._ 1.11 44 of f"e"H of n* Robert. A Abermathy tl.ll
of loll!:" k N4 oraw% ofnEy4 BEK __ tl
A E% of all land lying 1'1 of Blk
]t III R W William .____ Ittl 0 4* Lam Brows 7.17
_
____ _____.___-17 II lake-I NWK 01 SEK SI a
A In
80 Tom Gordon .. ., It II. to orlglnal town of 4* B Kelly 7.17
NE" _____
lI'iLuf; _ _____.14 I' Lake Butler; _ ______ Miss EIII. Whlt..ortb 4.111 NEK of NWK 11 ?
S!':" of NW .?_______1. II //0 Bock WlllUma .. 8." All -------- --- ,,. rJ(4( of NWK except E: 16 60 Oo B Kelly . Ittl
.1 Lot 47 01 Elk 11 8 of A. C. tln
V. A NE: % of NW?4 ____..__.__1' 1 I' Tom Gordon . ..! 8&1JI L Railway ft In Bt:'> of NV4 of NEK of 17 B D Kelly . ,. 1.81
L. V r : of WM, of NBK ......___11 1 I' .0 Ellen: Hunt -.. ., to original ..'::''':ftkat: .. __.__ __ The Amerlan. Trust Co. LoU S A 4 or f.... (
/ ,% or Lot 1 -.. : Beboy' Jonea IS.II Com 12. ft 101 of SE Cur Blk Admini.tretora _ __ 11.1111II. oept R 10 acre), and
till 4 JiilllfofIl/8: W4 :*:.=::1 : :: a Art .: .. 717.1T of A 8V4 of Lot I ._ 11 12' R tt Smith . IIJI
INeuoonn k
N 64 W 105
r'' t. ....t 1 or ?44 or NW44 __..__.___$0 4 1t .* ._ ''1 64 ft.run E lob ft ft to bee in orlslash It 8 N% ATx>U 1 A. I or frael II." R H Smith . 71.01
.0 Unknown ..._ '.IT 1M R H smith .,...
____...____ I I II town of Lake Butler ___.___ Miss EIIi. Wbltworth _ '.11 LoU 8 A 4 or fractl II
ftoJeaK Dough. __ B H Bmlth 11.17
.41 A A _
\ !: ___ S I It Lots 10 A II of BUo I' In K. L. LoU 1 8 A 4 or fool Stt 11 1141 -
o p B Mi of NE/ >* of NE'i"A: BE44 ofNEVi McKinney'. add N.w Lk.Butlerla 8WK A LoU I A. 4 or
: (i"c"l.t| Itjr rlirlit of w.yM .1_ 'I 0 It al A A Douelaa .._ lUll 844 of or JmL 9 A 10.-80 I.' .J.m. T Sexiest ..... flF..4' *_______"'_ II 80' R H Smith . 11.411
-
g ', N of NEM/ ((1!MM Rr right of IMi" of BW" SW" of 11 III D B Warren 10.41
lota1Aaof .
HIk1InB. [
way) _______._ 1 11 74 B 0 Laultor .-.... ?.... 111 II/rom'/ add to Lake BntbrIn of SEK' _____.__--20 S Ii .41 R H Smith '.11
"' : PE>"* ,,f IJE 1 1NVj _____....- 1 11 40 D A 1'0..11 110 N44 of Lot 6'N 8. AF WH of NWK\ I8SEK S II .41 D B Warren 1529

I { of II/E/ ___._______- 3.I4 I It 10. C HO I. M Rtokoa ......___ 1888 ---- -. -- -- R H Smith __ 11.1'
BKV4 of SWfl A. SW' of _E44: I" ? Bile 1 In John A. Kin.. Southern II Vi Mre In BE Cor) ______..St / 11 1' .
.{ 1S BWK of N W44 of NWK _-- I IB 10 F M Fourth ___ .... add to Lak. Butler In N54 of Lou 1 f2'sawt 4 A NWK SWK
B'4: of NEK\ of NWK A 8V4' of Lot __ I 10 E R Poppe\\! 181 .8a 6 .i.a R H Smith n."
NWK W 80 ft of SWK of t.ot 1.II; Tl i:D.iiftt" d4"\.1 -- Lou 1 A. 2 or fr-.tl NE44..96 6 II 100 FU. Land Inveatmant c. 111.81

r Vw of NI5K .____. _IIBWK | It 100 R F Tyro .. ., lit to Lake Hutur, tnN44 o f Lt N 26 Mm of Lot 8 ._____...__85 S II 2. Blanchnrd B MaGarrr _ '.U

/ of BEK of SEW\ i-844' 5 __ : __ _..l 6 .41 ___ Joe HII Williamdn. = 1.90Ono Lot 8 exc.pt N 26 acre). A.
- --- -- - --- -- --
R 0 ..rla" .
of 8RK' of"BEK\ of BEK .81 1 It U ....... -... 1.11 A In NE Cur Lot 4 -- -1I 611 111 CLPak... tt.ll

NEK of NEW/ ____ __.______ I S II 40 R O Farrlah _}___ 6.6' / N of pullle oNW44ofNE44 road ____...1 1.0 1 M... R L Bmob ..___ 0.'" Lot I or NH, ;;,NE14 ALots
of ....___ 40 L O Johnson 8.86 8 A. 4 all "
HWf" IWW S It 101\10 of NE"Nio of NW448/ 6 10 160 Ideal AmwWn CJo."a '1.63 or NWK A that
B of ot NW4\ of NE4E -. 8W44 I11 NW\4\ of IoIW'N, ______.s____.____14 1.0 4. 1deslAmeslo.. Corporation .11 portion of LoU 6 4 T A 8 or
10 J H l.ll
Whluhnnt _.___
II/E"-/ _____ ___ I It of NW SW"of I 10 no Unknown _ ____ fractl S'A'' north of Ry rlirhtof .
10011 60.61
*F:& .f' W4. .. ___"_" 1 1* 40 N 8 Parrlah 7.17 Bof Lot 8 A. .U Lot 4 NWI4N_____ 7 I $0 Ja41 M. Charlotte Coffin-_ _- 10.01 way . _.....___. ._.._84 4 SI 171 C L Peek 11.01
!
of'Nwt4 HO Molll 1.11 Lou
I' ; BW44 iVw'K SII\4..11: I 11 Mr ParrlakMr _ ttE\4\ or SE" _______________.__141 .41 .41 B J SaP& 7.17 8180t. Lot 1. and all S I
I of NEy4exo.lt. lInTiW .c.. N14/ of ;\ of "W" A SWI4A 4 or fractl 1 Sec. .?....i-. 1 1 tl 881 C L Peek . 11.14
( ('. ) and I acre In NBC all 8W44 of 8 of Mill Fractl NE\\to ___.4_.._._ .....?_ I 7 tl 182 C L Peek II."

or of /Ey4 of NWK >_____II 1 It 40 *. MoUlD rarrlah _._ 1.71 branch: SE44_______._U 1 .41 2041 B oJ S..P ____ 51.66 Fractl W4 *. ____.___. 2 'II 160R H Smith( ,. 14.60
7 JII'\10\ 8EK A. NM of SEK All IIE"of/ ))4 ES4 w ot br.nchl' f .1 au 0 C: Johns '.'1 LoU 1 t I A 4 ._-_- ._-. -.. I T 11 116 R B Bmith.. 18.40
ofI4 (10 R H Thom. 10.8S :
.__ :
':\ ......___... .._. .14 1 ItB of \IE" .xcet 4 A I. liE AllSESofBAI RyANE444I4of
Vvj LNEn -.17 10 P 0 Dukes ... ..... 18.87 N4j
'
14W44. K'J of NWK ItB I1HIO ? for .___..__14 1 .41 76 B.I Sapp ____....-.. .._ 10.81 SWK A B 10 W T Chavoua __ 7.17
BWK of of NWK _.__.._.tlKirCof Ite NEI4! of SW44----._. ____11 0 .0 40 Samuel W. Brown __ 1.11 Ices96, NWK of .S '4Lot
; 6EM A WK of SEK AE"i la 8 of NWK A
Lot. k 8 of Blk II N.w
"( of BWK _ __ _.. _. _20NWK i* 14141 W 8 War ._.....__ 11.18 1. or fr..cll WK of "FIE 44 ly
River _ _________._____.___-25 1 .0 __ 0 W A. I W PI..boll"'r __' 1.12
.
? 40 O W 8 War ... .. 7.1"
of NK> .. ._.__.__...-.s II lots 4 k. I 01 IIIk 2A. ...ot IOo inc north and wet of Corneliaatreet.
't 60 Thorn Lamb ...._____ 17.11
All4 of Nit N of rlv.r ...._8S t It A according to plat of ,
nlk 26 In New River __.___21 / $0 __ O.J e.pp _.... ... I.TI
.' '
.. SOD R H Smith ''.11
"In .
LoU 2 A 16 En. survey I' Kampaon City (except Iota .old).. 4Com 1 11

of Wnrthlnicton Bprlng, of __ Unknown __.____ '.11 4 New River --- -- 4 141 .-- Unknown ._ -- '" 1." at NE Cor of NWK ofNWK .
Ulk 1 In WI of NWK __>_.___'I S ItWorthlnctvn Lou :1" IIln o f B l k T I n ? .;; =: of SWK A run 1Y 188

I : .J.rIr.iI J. W. P.tton'. Surv.f River _________________.___11 1 .0._ Unknown _ 1.411 ft.. 8 2141 ft. E: 186 ft, N 210
Emhraclne *. 1H. II and II. *-l* lots I A. II of Ink I In New I' ft to pt of be.*; ___._-.____ 4 'II 1 Jew Devi . t.OI
Iota 7 of Ulk 1 .....______.. ..... ___ 0 W 8 Wr .......... '" 10.66 Lou A B Sid of Lot 1 A LoU
River __________ ..24 1 10 __ Unknown : .... 1.411 e
O W 8 War ... .. 11.21 r
lots I 8 of Blk tIt . .... --- ABBIdofLot2A| LotsABBidoflotSALot.AB
"+ ::: 7 0' Illk' S --_-.:::..:::=_:: ..-__.. ::: 0 W Bapp .:: 1.18yryr : 21 | .
Lot II "f Blk 141 In New River 14 0 1. Unknown
___ M L A M A Allan ____ I..' _ ___ 1.08
I..>U I A S of Blk I ...___-...____ .. Sd| of Lot 4 of Blk 18 In
4s4a lot 8 of Ink 8 ________._._____._ n __ M A A M L All.B __ I... Lot I of Blk II In New Rlv.r1I S I' Unknown _ 1.011 Sampson City . ..-_-_.___...1 'II B L Farrell ,. 1.01LotaABCFA
All trlneular loU emhraelne l hoteland LotofBlk

r erontla:; aaeordine to plat I ____ __ Thotna A. Lamb _;:. $4.16 Lt t of Blk II In New Rlver__24/ .I ___ Unknown _ 10 In Sampson City _.-,-..--1 7 II ,W E: Jose 1.41
___ A 0 Conner .___ 1.8 1.411II ', .
_____ ..
lot B of Blk B __ .. ._?............ 6'DE.Fnf Lott ABIDAB.
.9 NWi of Lot! A .I of Blk 10 .. ..__. -__ Thom.* A Lamb 1.1' Lot U of Hlk U In New Rlv.r.._.. 4 10 __ Uak..o. C D of Lot of Blk 14 la
___ W H Donglsr 1.11 .1It J Banlereoa .
BK 01.... I of Blk 10Ixit __ ._ Lots 8 Sampson .. 4 T II G . n 11.1.I
A 8 of Bit I' III New II
4\ lot hilt 11 _._________. ._ Thomas A Lams 1.1' __ ___ ..__ __ Lou ABC 1siD of'i;
River . N Unknowa .
-S _ ..
e .... Thom. A. Lamb __ 5.11e w -- I.ot ...
R H Bmlth
Blk . .
l l.ou I A tof\ Blk It _..___-__ Lau 1 A. 7 of Olk II In 101.. It I B in Sampson City ......1 'II -
R lt I of, Blk 18 ____.__._.__ .__ 0 W B Wan _._ '.11 Block ABC1184Aall .... ,.,....",
41 V ... Thoma A Lamb 1.1$ River _ _______________.___U t I' __ Unknown _ 1.0'
It. A. LoU 10 11 11 A la of Blk IB on Blk 8 (except Lot .) A. Lou
Lou -
10 A II of Blk I.
N.w '
I A 4 of Illk 14 .........:".": ... Thomas A Lamb ....?. 1.76r River ___ .1 .41 __ Unknown 10 IS 14 II 18 10 of Blk .
I
I Lot 7 1 of Blk 14 . .. ... W J MeCormlck --1. ..0' 4, A. all Blk 7 LoU
- - - U Lou 10 of BIk In except 10
+ ; :: : : : : : : ... Unknown : : : I 7 &i.. $ II II
Lot 1 of nik' II _- .... .. ... . ... Thoma A Lamb..--- River _ ________..__-----_14 1 It Unknown .. 14. 11I 21)) andLoullk4ofRlhAlo42.8dofBlk9
Lot. Blk .. .
of
S 1.,1\ 'li- :=== :: Lota 1 1 A. I of Blk It la N.... It j
LoU ::::::: M L A M A Allaa
A 4 Blk A LoU
.
1 or A LoU
1' l.ot 8 of Blk IB ..____..,..__.____ ._ W H DouelaaaM .__ .... River _ _____._____--24 / I' __ Unknown _ ., 1." 5 A 4 :f 'IJlk' lk.JO LoU t A 'I

;, t i M of 81 ft of Lot 7 anlllot.. .. .. -.- L Allen '. ---- 411t lot II of Bile .0 In N.w Rtv..r11 II t II Unknown .. .... _....._ I.ot 4 BIkl9A of Blk 11 Lou2458A10 A. LoU S A 4. of e
-- '''
ko'riT.i.: Lou 1 8 k I or Foe Blk .1 la 2.
B 26 N I ft of A SID B Lot I '
ft A .f It of Blk
4 t Lot JG"LoJ:: 5 of Blk l'Bik-.... ...- ... Mb M A Allen ............. ..11t Le.11/../...1 River A II _01_ BI-k1$In N.w_1.I' S 21 __ Vakno. _ .. 1.41 14.A LoU I4I491IAI8. I r

Lot I ft) M A A M. L. Atlas 17.61 River _ __________-14 t 1' ._ Unknown _ I..' of A SID A R A D of Lot 10 ,
19 Blk A all Blk 114
Iota i e B"A""of"Bik"ti"rlLot ; :--: .:: A C Conner -:: ::::: 5.91a : IJI..rJ 91: BIDAItCA0ofLot2)AF, 16. (except) '

t' 4 of Blk .4 ... .......__..__on ... A 0 Conner .-.... -..... ..1' Lot 1 01 01k II I. New 1 IS Unknown _ 1." of Lot 1)) A BID CAD .. '. ....

I 4 ll'' 1<..U 7 A 4 of Slit I6......._._____ ._ Mr B M P.1 111-. _---_ 1.11 All Blk I. __---66 01 Lot 1 A. Lot B of Blk 17. .V :, '
In N.w Flyer 1 .0 Unknown _ .. . I..'
+ LoU A 4 of Rlk __ R M Chamberlain _._ "II I
I tl -
} liE" 01 loll!:" A NE" of 8E\1 6 II BO 0 .I 0 Gr.sn 1L89W44 tLe.-, : .I 88of Bit Blk.18t. A "
; r Lot 4 and strip of land emit of 18 .. ._
I'1 of 8W14 A NE44 0' 0W44..54 S 10 110 8e1. Burrloka' _ $0,01All.
+ lot 4 to Ry ralcht_ of way of ... A C Conner .____ II* l. ...... of NW" .__ 1 7 10.00 B S Warns II." S6A/of. \ BIk90Aall Blk I
t Illk 17 ......._ _.___.__.___ ? tuNWlf II t, SO 81 82 SB 84 86 81
# t Lot 8 8 A. 10 of Blk 14 .........____ ... W H Duboa* _____ ...:. 0% of / : of NW 87 88 A In Sampson CIt.4 7 SI B H Smith '. .....
lots 1 A S) of Stilt 87 ... O W B Ware 7.1' 8 of 8W4 A 0W44 01 LoU : Lot.'A
E464i Wa
Lots: I 4 I 4 7 A I of--Blk '87.:'...._-:: F D .Mulllne Act ,. ?::::::: 441 : __ __ 4 7 10 UO Me Man B Thomas ___ 1.17 BCADBIDofLot17A 13. 16a A .
t' r Wlio of 8W _ __ 7 $4 841 N 0 Stokes .
% 1'.11'I
._ Mm .. 7.1'
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iota: 9 A 1* of Blk 87 .t- 00 ft K:
8 ., :::::: ::== B H ED/'tJ. .. 1.1: $! !:% of SE44" __.__ 6 7 Ie 841 E B Andrea 1'.81 on .Ida of Lot II, of
; J I.OU I A a of Blk 88 Blk 4 tn Sampson City ,._. 4 7 R R Smith . Ml
I Lot I of Ilk 88 .___....___ ._. F D Molllnc Act ___._. '.81! tote I A 8----_______ 7 7 Ie 1141 L W C..br 11.81Sio Lot 12 or Blk .... 4 7 it B H Bmlth LIT
F O 1.11! of S4. of Lou 7 A S __ 'I 7 II 10 T W W.w. 141... i.B- -- -
LoU 4 A. B of Ilk 88Ix ________ Mulllne Act __ LotIA810. A ro-f-Lot I
r t >t 8 of Blk IH -.... -- -- Mm B: M Pttlt ........._... U.! Lot 8 A.. E 44 of N44 .1 l.ot 4 A 10ARD CA Dof Lot 11
BM> of Lot 8 ..rii.Lot; I ;;, all LatSAB44ofIotSANofLots of Blk I 16 In Sampaon City 4 T SI B H Smith t.77
P"" Blk II __ .. ___.____.__.__? ._ Thomas A Lamb ..._____ '.11 fIA9AN14. fLt Sl! > A A B or Blk 1 A 8'D A -ti-
f Fractional LoU Block' D F 10AN18sor.ofS44at. .
or CA Dof LotIABIDAaB. |
Lot 141 V 724 110 L A Stowe ".1'
P ,+v O A H .:.________u____.______.___ ___ Tboma* A. Lamb .... .., 1.70 844 Ol Lot 4 ___ 'I 'II .0 L T $haw '.If of Lot 4 A LoU lOa lie A. W
r BEK!:"" of NWK _:._____._... ........7 t 48 -Ullkllo,", ,.n S of...... II (except 1 lot Oil twt H. of Lot A A. B A LoU C
1e ,I f NEK of NE" --__________._..__..itit 40 Mm C 8 B.vllte .. '.17 A. west b7 11. It M .. DEA!: FBIDofLotl4A .?
y of : E''4of NWW ID SW Cur) ____ 'I 7 M .41 B R Brown I.... Lou A B A Lot 81. all In Blk
A I'I "eV 14 Nil NWK ..___._.11 T It too .American Truat Oo, Admin N AyB NIt a WI% of NIt,,_ 1 7 10 11. iii.. Bate ...1 17 of Sampson Cty| .._..,_ 4 'II B H Smith J- 10."

BEK of NBK ..... 14 T II"BEV.1"4 40 A-:::: Trust Co.-. Admlnkitratora '; 14.48. N/V44 apt I....;.:...;in ; Co'*:,'" 1 7 10 101 A B 8haw ........ .. ..... Lot 6 A of. .Blk.......II. .t.A .H."*aura In Samp In oor4th '

0' Lot .. 5B4: of .. -.- ,... N44 of 8W14 01 aW14 (aapt D\ on City . ...___ ._ 4 'II R H Smith -,-. -,- ..'1
r .11 4 tNWVi ISO Ideal American Corporation' 1* 87 All of Blk 48 S of-8 A L Rr
? ,f - : I Antes. _______ 1 'I' 1'1 o. IIovIIIo 018IWrd
f, . .* :: .....--... um 1 O M H Hunt ..... 14II Lot 1 of Blip CIb 8 7 .. 1\/\ WaN .'It \. B end of Sampson City . 4 T si B H Smith ..? .. t-78
', I01: NEK!: -___.____..___.IO! 4 M 80 0 A Johnson -_...___ 1111. Let 10 01 IIlk I In Ward Cltr e 7 16 .I. Foesytb.. ..75Lata AllofBlkd8Nof8ALRyin 4
f 0117)4) of NEW: ______..__..1* 4 10 40 Ideal Amorleaa Corporation I." T k II of HIM S la Ward IIDE end of Sampson! City .. 4 T 11 Richard Flacher ....

W'iI of Wok of.-" A W City _ _____._________ 5 7 ii L W Crosby. ..n A BCfLot1of1ti
ft of B* of WU of JWH (..- Feet Blk In W."" CI", ___._ 1 T IS Janes B Orawr .71 IA51DABC13BFofLot:
1.. oapt. 4 acres tn '8B!: Cor -......II 1 M 40 0 A Jo''"_ _..... ,... Lou A 9 of Bik 11 In Ward 1 of.. Blk It A BID ABC D

W.... of 0W44 A BEM of BW14"" City' _ __ .._ t 756 II I Wad .... E F of Lot I of Blk 10 A (1
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SE" .11 4 01 SMI Ideal American Cornoratloa __ 84 811 Lo" 4 A. I 01 III" I' I. Ward BID A B of Lot 2 A. 8D| A B
NE+ "l1' ofNW"4"4A941of1S 4 10 1(0t Ideal) American Corporation. ...*. City . 'I" J: I Ward I." of Lot 4 of Blk 1* I. .........

JIW 0' NW44 A "" Lot 8 of B1In Ward Cl vt.s 7 19 __ B A Andrea 1.4. on City - f II WILY Bc e aw-B L FarraU MT
sop.r_ _ . _._....4 4 HNEK Ideal Amrioaa Corporation 10.... Lots I 111 A II 01 Bile I' InWard BIDAf Lot8ikii A
W NW" A. Noy 4/ SID A B of Lot 1 of Bile 10 la "
1 A BW4J 4 or-SW" .......-1 1 N voo Idoal American CorporatloaIdoal M.11 Cltr ______.______ t 'I' .__ L A Brew. 16.14 Samponn City T II B Smith 441
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AIL sayt. 8Wy48144 _.J7 4 II 100 Aav-ricaa CorporatloaIdaal a '''Ml Lou 1 Il A I! f BIk 10 Ice DABCOEJ'olLotlat

I I tot I ____-1 1 II 41 American CJo-"" 7.17 Ward Clty ................1 T $1 III Watd U. Blk I in Sampson City .__ 721 R L J'aI'NI1'. 'Lot
NB44 of.NE.4\( A W 44 of NEuA Lot I of Rlk II I. Ward Cltr 5 wr" 1.1: Ward TtLt Com at center. of G 8 A F Ry -
I W44 01 8844 Ii W44 01 7 ot IIlk tIn Ward City 1 f 50 0 B Peeaeot* Ll1 track OPPO.IU M F 144 from r

Log I *_ .--11 4 M IIIMT Ideal Amerloaa Oorporatioa ".01 Bee at aw cat aw" .f SID 4 I Mason 41 from Palatha, A. ma ,
v. j : ABVi: .2NWK NWK 44 and run II a Bore 11ae 001ft. B: on aid By track 11'1 ft.
of NWU A BUi a7 BWK of th.nee N to a boundary 01 r B 62 ft to pt of 4.. thane .
NWK -.t1 10 IDa Ideal Aaurioaa Oorporatioa .,... Ward City ,..._ W .07 ft" 8 lilT '". W 784 ftTN 416 ft
C loIit.1 itt it>c:" W" .1 Ns44A Cthosa BNE pt of .... I 'I" I a: J Wall 1LTI to 8 A L right of way. thenea
'" A LOI. I .D-a. _.... I. Idaal Amerleaa c..p.nu.1.10 ate. !: Car of I. A.Ak etoil. N 71 decree B: o* .ld( risks

Ol 01 SE\\4, _. ...-.._ I 1 19 AI Uaknown ,. i 1.11Mr '. _...._ lot and run B: of way 867 ft, thence 4IS ft toPt

8 fI 01 NW4(-. 0' SF44 A_. __:__ I S 10 It N.lli, M Morrell ....... 1.41Ideal 76 N $40 ft. B ft :: ::_ f W beg 75 ft.1. 'I I Lot 10fof"v.k...A-Ltik; 1 T .1 U R 8 timith U'
NE"- 8B14NBAw4
,4 W of NB44: of fNB44Atf + SEa,. 01 SW\4 t 'I. a iii... Marearel Lawfa _ LIT It A. Lot 1 of Blk II, 8amp
o : I I I' liD AmerUaa Oorporatioa M." All II/W/ 0W44 8of By --9 7 N I A B 8baw 1.1' man City .
..
44 A. 01 SII:ill __... :\\vOf ----- 'II Unknown LOS
f IIWI4 of 44 __ ___ ___.__ 1 N .* A L PunJth i i. 7J7 E f .xeept 1 acne I. ; 11Jr.4 or NWK of BBK .__ I T1 11 Y B Harr. LII
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.. 0144 of 8W44 A. N44.f -1 NEK of 8BK .xe.pt II an
t ltd/ I IS 480 Ideal American OorporatioaIdeal n." In SE Cog) A. 840\> 01 844. 01
1 ( ts.1: &. f 8. N 1 of Lot ___ S I I' too American Corporatloa ...*. 8 16 501w.. 01 AE!:oI4f SW(, _it 'I" 1. Uak.own _ I.U SE44 of 8\1:.14 - --____ i T II 46 B H Bmlth 7.77
1I A Ol NFy4 A NW"( 01 liE"" s I I' 110 Ideal. Aaieiioaa CorporationP 14.71 S.. of SW14 of NE44. A 8'16.' NE 01 NW14 of AE44 -_ T 11 Ie Unknown I'll
By NE44.A 844 of NWo! I" 1M P Karoo , r 14.81 of SE\ of NW44 A. NE44 01 8W .f W 4 of SE'4' ----- 8 7 II 240 Unknown 40.77:

O. wl4.OS Y4 _ __ _______ I S 10 N 0 J Moor . 1.14 NW44 of 8E441ee.pt loll: Nl5 44 ------ T .41 R H Bmltb. 1.1'
8 79Y4 NE' :
of NEWI4 of 8W"E a 5 area W of 8age 8W of n
Bt: 01 $A W44 SW'4 01 branch .Dd'..... for D.daa NWQ of NWK :-::::.-=:::::: T'II :: Unknown 7.11

A'NW44 ___ I I.' 141 Ideal Ajn.rlaa nCorporaUoa 41.17 .mvt.n. - -- 1T !1 It0 W liIelvla- IL'I' .6 Unknown 1.16HE
___ : 6E -- 180 III E 2 .
f 0 A a7 t 01 III" Cam rot 1'n.. "w---ii of 8EU A SWK ;}iii4'I; It Hlnckl .
I Tn1ati of I NIl!: except E {'or of W4v 01 NEI .. rue W o. of SW'4 A. NWK of S&4-:' : 7 1l 12.1141 C Unknown L Peek 1001
NW" 1159
NW14'of loll:'" Bore line 488 fl.11.._ 8 y4toll. NIC at loll:\\4 (lee I ..._ la .
of N9v48o of ; _10 I ID 71 hoar T Smith _............ 1/79d 'hen. II: n. It th._ N ti ri j S < 'II
IIIC..., NE44
''all BE'4 ___lit I tQ II Frank (1 .B.re. l.ll to pt of ... ..17 7 10 4B J Wad :; ....--.. 10,05 NWK"' :,'t'Ni:14iiIj'im.JI: ( 1'1 I 0 W.a 7.17

PE 01 SE4 NW!:*44 of 01 8E44: .___11 I Ict IIII An,ua Havelna . 1.11 eq of Lot I exe.pt By riiht ofwy K *. NH of RBK: ( of NWK

Sw48 01 ._______141 I 10 V BMIla Graham. "II and less 1 lot $0x100 ft U of NWK A of
!a liE of BW' of 8W", I" . 1.44 N .Ile of Ry.) ._- -.._ =_,15 7 N tMt.. I 8 Bhaw 411 sW7 A BEK of-8W%._ 10 'II

% o! BB44!: 4 0t '7pWywofNW44.0 I' 6 LttytB.Inw._ - 1.Nl1 lot I -.. .- ...__.__.._ _!.. 8' C: 101 Shaw--.1$59 .NEK: of NE44!: ---__; 7 11 1o0.0 R a B II Smith 6mltb: : .U'f.17:







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FRIDAY JUNE 10. 1921. I
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. PACnC, SEVEN



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N Ik'Ey: .A !.MY OwntrKWKofBOK 6 G..1s Deaerlpwen ... T. B, A Owen A Cee. 'n..pt\_ ... T. R. A Owen 6 0rY -4.
lh\4\ EofBlk18of!: RIK&W: I Lot 1 of IIlk 1 1.11. C'ltr: I"

of SE'1t" of NW'4 -------!L12 4 11 >*0 C L & ofBlkl8ofR5Ba8B 64 01 AR4 w..t of nll..d1I. 1 II Mary. Jole.r _ I."
)lWIIo of NW'4 A N4 of BWV. Park . SI.40 C of151k. 174 ofS2Ba!: ., Lot II or Nlk 1 I.in.nlo ('U.. In

.of NW --- -----__. -12 7 tl .0 R H Smith NWK of Blk 12 ofHIBa: 84 or IIE\4\ wet of railroad'' _II S II lIa17 ,.._ 14.
Ntk a f\W ,A E' of SE4.le 7 tl teato R H -- 088 or SWK of a of Low 4 5 \ .I Nlk Lincoln
Smith oflkSW
tJ1l G; "f tiE of NIt'4 . 1" 7 tl W C Tapbr. .--- ..18 R4/ B!: .A NH % ofBlk CUp In S'4S of SE'4. net of
!' "' -________ 7 tl 40 R H Smith .,,- 81 1 8 of R t B: In Temple. relirl - __ It t p John Lowle _ ,. 5.54
JJWK\ of NWK A EHrf SW 1," _1S 7 tl 120 Unknown -==== 717 sub .____. MJEK S 51 1f n 0 McRee uU IOU 84 of NW14 or NW'4 abo Egg
KH' of RW1V44of NEK(" tilt == 20:61 : of"flitl of BEK, : :=:=21NH 0 II 10 E B 8blpm. _ U. at B line\ 110 It W of lip a l AGE

of NE(" A BW of BEK" of SWK! (" exorpt I A run S 11 dognwa W. 1110 tt.thoonoe TfREa
2 of NWK of NEK _____ .18 'II 40 Unknown. in NW Cor ..______..SSNWK 1 n I' D P ..n.... 1.17 W 1deri'... N to W
11u, of 8E14 of "EKA EH of -------- 810 of NWK of BEK 8WU i tln. of Bee. 9S t"'n." N tn N
________ .10 n 10 B 161 W Coy:
7 11 100 Mm A A Hoerln of BWK of NEK -. -, -11NH S Elooa of BW'4 .f oIW'4.
N-qSa" 1 oif NW'NBA/ of SWKZl7SEVof 7 tl 180 E H Jonot _* -_ eo.1Y. of NEK of NFK of BEK' -It S .f 7 f UnkeSim : 1.01: theo. F to bog .______________.. 5 t. II The Amerire Trust eo..
\ NEU A of 8E'417 7 tlNW 10 Unknown .. U'HIII 7 A In BW Cor\ of SFK: of NWU_11 4 11 4.17 BWI4 .r SF'4< A I A bog .t BW A..la..r. _ _.. ,s."
11
W'io of BW'4 of"BE sE14 of"NEA -20 1 11 20 J H eurrency .__ : ':.11 W 11 A of NH of SEK of BWK-18 S 51 D L Bllco '.n Cow of NWI4 of II\Yo': a. runN610f1B111ft84FOhto
N of N N !I A .A E BOO ft of the 8 '
NW of.8WI 4(" A 8E54" 11 A of BWK of SWK N of lend line. than.. W 901 ft to I

;:'l SW'4 -----____ T 11 200 Charlie Milksi i B Sm1tb.... .a." pub road ---- _____..-..--..-18NWK 8 n U E B Shl"man. ...?-.--,. 11." br5 _ -___. ____ _1 188 44 R 0 Onene _ 11.81
F of Sit'1y" _._.11 1 11 BO R H Smith ----- 16,69 \ of NW4 of NWK\ ->____-14 0 1 10 Swallow a 1bPkln6 _ I."/ N\jo of 8W\4\ of IIW'4 .It i A
"E of Nt9ty" ------- 1 11 .0 C L n. ..
.a P.... _-- ..1. W 14AofNW4of5E1y(" 7 Ta...
of NW'4 BW'4
oft4l N 5 A of WH of SW% of 11t..elpd.n S- T. B. A Owns 6 Cecta
W1 ofBW .&. W-Of-- 7 11 80 R H Smith _--_ HI' SEK N of Peek road ______ JI II 11 R D Bo..n ._ '.n 10 11:1: Oor a .It I A for ,.
BE % 4 BE'4IE4 .aN \ All BWK of BEK .A BH of BE ehnrk" _ _____________88 151 17 R 0 Coan. _ ___ ....
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B __ IT L C Pl
of 4 Mott _
\ eleed- -22 7 11 1.0 R H Smith 1'1." >4 of SWK\ B of Peek road ._.24EH 1 II LII Coin .t NW Coy 01 N14!: of N

1 um. I.. NE'4 wlr. by. .W. M. of SFV."" of NWK\ A BWK II : .... .. F.4\ a. run E 821 f5. 8 lOal rt ,
a Jph. TSom..
54
Jon - T 11 1 C H Perry I W
M 141 \ of 8FK of NWK\ ____U. II ids 517 it IOU tt..N 10111 no to tee- 84AaE
of BE'4 .0 W
BW" 18 1 or fund 8.t6. 1 11 .0 N P C.uthen" 7.17 NEK\ of BEK\ ..___________._-S4 U C roa f.ofN Of 814 01NW4
Lou 1 7 11 188 Jamea Rep..olcla ,- 1167 W>, of BWK of 8WK .A 8K\ of \ of NE\4" A In Itl!!
I'i'"' a W4 of NW'4 of BE'4__.____.17' 'U 840 R H Smith _-- __,__ 8767 NWK of. BWK, a-leo 114 ,cia Car of No of N 54 of NE 4 4x'
P"' *' -of-NEK- --A- NH-of- NW 27 7 21 180 Jame Reynold. ... 17." N of BW Cor of NWK of 8. \\4, bring 70 :rde B A"VI by 96N

01' NW14 -2. 7 1.0B WK .A ran B 147 yd.. N 110 If', :rcla a. A _u__ _I0 9 a 47BF.4 C N Holder _ _______ lI.n
BSWK 1 B Bmltb _ 17." W '" ( .f NE",; : W hn.a
% of SWK"A. "EH yd. 147 yda. 8 110 yda to II TIwo g It4 e
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E of SW4. __ _____.18 7 100 Jam. be* _ _ 'II TJooa 11.00 II 449 tt 01 NE4: of NE54ea !:\
EIIIo "! -BE'4- .___-_____18 4 21 11 .0 R H Smith Reyoold._ n.1I WH of SWK\ of NWK\ NK' .1 W tty char ____._.__.. 1 II 40 John L a.... __..... '..1
''1foVK ___.______ __ 10.18 of NWK of BWK xoapt N4 of of NW4 NE4NE4
1'1\\' - -- 20! T 11 .0 R B Smith 8. 41 Polly A n- IBA !
.,,, 10.18 : I'.S' : L I ....
Sw" of AE BE'4 of BW'4.I11 T !l 80 JIUD. Rep..olcla ---- 'II I' S P' _.. II : _ ____ __ ...nf.
S NEofsw4 Morgue 5.27
NF" of NW :..l2 7 11 .0 Cbaa. III __ 11.89 of WK\ _____-80Ona S II BE54 $ A In 8854
NWU of NEK 4.4e.pt 7-_ McKlaDq .._ 7.11 A I In SW Cor of BH f BBK Cor = _.:_ __ -__-? -84 1 II 1111 K t. Ort"le _.__. __ ...,\,_ r ItNIt'4
fI ___ __ 'II I C N Hokin U. 01 SWbj! of 10 0 H Marka __ 1.1'PW'4
In BE Cor) __-_-.._81 7 11 II .Jam. ww.olcla BEK -- -WI 11E14" -04 S II
KWU\ of NEK .A NY of NWKLota __ 7 it 120 a H Bmth, ___ __... I.tI A In MK Cor of BWK' of SB4b.IostANaebglA 01 NW4o a. NIft of PWu.S 11 no C C art"la. _...?.._ _. 2001
1 A S or tracts NEK Atxrta 10.8' I I A 1_..... L" 8'4 of.I'IE% a EiS 01 NBI4" ofNW54
S or ,fraetl. NEK of NW _ __ 7 'II --*_:____M 0 tt IUD W V P'oeter ......__ 17 6B
\ OEM of NWK ((1 lo. 5 Com at NB: Cor of SEK *f NBH .. NW\4\ 01 5W54. ____II S II Au Hunter ? ._.... 717
acmA In fiW Cor) -55 7 tl HO Jane. Reynold. _, I.. A run. W IBS ft. thane. W4 .I BW ________.. I 7 81 1'0 M M Grlfflt .._.___._ 11.11
NWM of NWK .A BH ofNWj4a aoutheaalerly to a pt !lft W PF4: of flW _ ......1 'II .0 Unknown _. . 7.17
NI H of SWFM ; ____ __88 7 11 SOO James 1Wrn0ide _ ..... of Sec. Una on 8 aide of BBK NE4: of 8W .. 1$ A to NW
AArr 'W 4 of SWIM ___x..10 1 at 400 W P ClFd. _ 14 tl of NEK, thence ...uth__ Cor .?.__"".?......_ I 7 M S7, OHM.rk.---. _Tl 5.48SEK
. ______._80 4 21 910 R L 7 1..k a. Co 86.40: > 660 ft to St 120 ft from of NE"K(" _--____?, M.ZZ.-. 8 I T II 40 JO Gainer ?_. 8 KB
All . _______._.____..I1! 4 P.I 840 R L 81Mk 6 0. 11644 .aid s..... line, thenea It 110 N 11A\ of NW14 of BWK __u__ 8 'II 16 Henry Mile bell Br 7.17 r
ft to Bee Una. thence N on NWK ofN$541wIAinNE
-( . : See line to ...* .._.____-17 'II 0I! Poll, AD... '.1' Cor . .. _...._. S 'II II' Unknown . . 7.47NEK
AII . ... 44o / II 110 R L Black .A Oo 78.40 A In SB Cor of NEK of BRbetna8ANaSby14 of SEl4. _I-..._-_ 4 'I' 40 R A N.__ . Ill
NEl4 of N i i -wj- } FH "f BH of BWi4\ of SBK: _... 4 7 tt 10 H P Morgan .............. ....
, a. N44 or NW 54 _ __.10 1 22 200 R L Black A 00 81 SO III a. W __ .._S7 ttBer I 'J'beo T\eo. _ I.M WH of NWK(" of BWK _._____... 4 'II to Unknown . 448
IIE'4 of HE'4 _ --Y8 4 II 40 Nero Rawla 664 68H ft W of NxfCor: of Com at NW Cor of BWK(" of tr
IIE\4\ of BEI4 _r -2. 4 n 40 K C C.nnoa seat SBK of NBK!:\ .A ran W 861ft NBK A: ran B 780 ft B 180
All (ex..pt s !: } __.2' 4 800 R L Black A Co 78.68Mm : S208ft.B551ft.21105 ft. TV 780 ft, N 180 ft to .

N II l (,:i AWSE4)) 6) .-.I" 1 toe a L Black A Co .__ 1..1 fe to beg "_____"... 1 tt 8tarll. llleOoF L" keg . _____._______.____. 0 711 I Amy ... .. S SO / us,
y of Iitt Com 100 ft"W of HE Cor of BH: of NEK of NBK\ A BBK. {
> SW>EL .a W4 oJ SE54 4 WH( of NWK of N of NEK\ ___ _______. 0 'II 40 Jamea Clark . .._.... .... II..
NEK oTSBK' _....__-S 4 tttt 110 B L Black a. Co ".'1 EK" A ran 8 S46 8t.54W 100 8Hof NH of \a. BWK\ of a 'j
'NEK of SWK- ..-...-- 88SEK .0 Am.rlc.n Teat 0. ft N 146 ft. E 100 ft to be*_ XS I ttNBH Richard..,noktr 0... NWK of BWK -______.._ 0 'I' II' C L r..11 _ .__ 402. -
Admlol.tr.tan:: 5 ...... 9.17 .' SW...-- Bee. IS. T... .. 8. R. SS E_ I \ .A BH of NWK )
of BBK ___tlEH 1 tt 10 B Wllkm.on .:. 5.8: $ LoU. 114 6 of Blk. 4 ordinal I 8W4Et4NW54 -----__. 8 .. 10 Jam. Clark _ ___ 1.11N4 I '
All V NiK7"of""wtK": A-" I u 8.0 a L Blac" a 00 ..... town of Btarke .?_....... -.-- "l' A. Bf10.01 70.00 of NEK of NEK: ._______ 0NWK 'II 10 J P P..pl Ad _. .n
Ixna B A 7 of Bib \ of ..
IS ordinaltown
ail: W.% of_NBK:___E of.river... _....-80NEK *7NH 4 tttt 100 180 R R L L Blaek .a Co 17,8 of Btarke' .__._____.- IIn Meet W..... 86.17 . NEK. ._("____s..10AlnSECor __?.._.--_n-ir O 1 N III C II Mar" 5.79
> NBK- :- -.?. ? _.11 4. tsSS III a L Black a. Co .11.91 One lot on N side of Call ct BSH NW'4 of NW'4 .____ _1. 'II 10 J P P..pl. Ago ...... ... '.If
Jjf..8E ---- ? Black a Co ,.... 117
All <( -
NWI4 or NE!:%) _ It 4 110 R L lilac" .a 00 bounded N by J.ff_ .t. W of NEK A BW'4of BB
___-$4 4 sati .11 E L Grtffla 101.$8 by. land of Vile V. Monan. B K of NWK\ - -_._____II "I .0 "C Poser _ __ '.'f
NEKof.NWkr'BH. I: of SBKtf& : -I, 4 .80 a L Black. .a 8.11 by Call at .A B by Block 17 or- Sr% of NW'4 of \ f I 1 10 W T W..... ______ .... 1
N1 of NW ____ .S 80 R L Black .a Cot Co 1".2'1..H !,rln.1 town of Stark. .___.__., B B John i. 18.00. All :.. NBK of BNEK\ "nri._IlUli 'II .00 The (\oat....... Ca tl. F edlaCO <
of : BNEK"of"BWK NW'4 SStt BH of Lot 1 .A Lot. I 8 A 7 of . n._-.-. L 81.It 'P daw'tt'R'
SF .-...L.......:.. 1 .11 Mn Carrie 8 BIuUq 0525 Blk I'. original town of 8tarke_,..-.- C.Ym aiailicy Oa ._ SOJ7 All . -U 'II ..' Paul 1 Bro. . ju, ,.-- -,.- ....,
- 1 I dS a L B...ob. A 00 .." Lot S of Blk 27 original town of EH of NEuS-NWl4. \ of NB
Lot S4 in Woodlawn ._1' I" 1. Unknown .... Stark. ________ Conimem Lumber Ooi 10,17 4aNB4ofNWl4AWof11W4. (" \ 31 1 14is
NWU of NWK _-__ ...lt I tt /0 W L Onntrst '.21' Lot 8 of Blk 84 J. M. Johna I of 11E54" _...____.___-11 'II 4.0 Paul) Bra ___ '..81
Nwfi\ of NE A NEK of NWK_11 1 ttts 110 Mra Corrie B Starling _ 11.1111BEl add to Btarke In BBK of S NW i4 '" \
(" of WKNH ____11 i 10 Geo... I Arnold tA9 W'4 -2. 'II M Dnboa Lilt A .WSwr-VfJ\ __._.11 7.1 ... M.. . Der __u......... rj."
E'" ofy. BW$ of NEK .. BE LoU. 4"A"i"of""Blk"80 "j""MrJohn ; BRK\ of BWK ___II f M 4a Off Rivera ___ .17BH
of NW .A WH of WH add to Barks nl BEK of NWK . -___-______._10 'II " C H RI_.. ... ....n. 18.80NH
0' BW'4 KEK A WH of of BWK .______-_ _______._--'. 'II A WAD....... _u...-.., I.... of NEK: .A NEK\ of NWK\ ._16 'II 110 B B Dee .. ..... ... 10.61BH ,
SWK of.BE __ 11 I U .0 unknown .. I.... Lou 6 .A 7 of Bill 27 Livingston of NEK: ._.._.___ __-._....16 7 II HO Mm B: B I>eea 18 60BFK
of : of EK of NE44A--. Truby A Co'. add to Stark. In :\ of SWU ..____._________10 'II 40 1.... Ivey Pollard. .. 7.17NEK
8a Mi{, Nl44of of BWK ooffB1T4 WH of NEK __-.___________->lWH 0 tt P M RUn .. LIt of SWK .A NWK of BBK-IS\ 'II *0 'H Pollard _-.........._ II 80BH
K" :. BH of 8Wy\, ofLol.laIA. all LoU of BFK': _______ 17 'I' 80 Inn Ivey Pollard .__ 11."
A WH of BBK ol -SW 8 A 4 of Blk 17. A WH of NH of BEK .. 8-A In BB One
\(, A BI H( of 'SE BEK of LoU 1 I A all Lot 4 of Bib a A In NIl of IW'.4. :
WHof of SEK 18 Livingston Trubr A Co'. of BBK __..-___1. 'II .,. W F Nick,_ ____ H..'
8Wi\. 9fI0 114.!: of 'SEI4 ___IS 0 tt 95 Uoknowm. __ 40.90 ub dlv of NEK of NEK\ ___--28WH S tt DP Pall_ loas Lot 1 In K.slertedd to H......- '

IS In WoodBH of Blk 88 Llvlnntoa TruI ton . _._____....___.__.__10 'I' __ John C Smith _.........._ 4..11NIA.
leg _____18 6 tt 80 Vnknowo. _ 11..0 by: A Co a sub division of N if NE'" a IIW" of N1I\4:\
BH! of Lot IS In WoodlawnNH _1. 6 M I Leonard A Wllaoo _ 1.11I I EK of NEK -___ ._- M Jenklna It" !: (" of N'W'4 I.. .
of Lot 12 In Wooolawn _11 5 It 1 Clive Clemonr _ Let All. !Ilk US in Livingston Tru- A n4Coy' !! _ ____I. 7 II < 1111 1"1& I.... Polla' __n.-.-. 1411SE4
Lot In Woodlawn . ___?__.11 5 21 10 Herman Blow 400 by. A Co'. cub division of N : of NJI\4:\ --f0 f II .0 Mn II.Ul1a 8pelbolee _ 7.17 I
Lot 88 In Woodlawn --.I6 0 SI 10 Unknown 1.a9 EK\ of NEK ___.. ...... ..,.. R M Ella 14" NK of NW'4 I.SB '
LoU 10 A 28 In Woodlawn15 5 SI 20 S 0 Potter : 48: $ Bits 87 .A 88 Livingston Tru- far _ 00 cc-31. A..__11 'II IS I..a Ivy. Pul1arel __. 11.11

LoU SS 24 26 54 A 69 In wood by A Co'a aub dlvlilon of N All _ ___.._.__?___11 T 51 110 fetal Rme _ .._.. & .. ._ B'." (
.*:? Lot lo"A"nTl"Lot"Vd'"A. 11 5 SI .0 Mn Sours A Bleaen _ ..". EK of NEK _____ AO Jenkins -. 10.7All All _ ______u____ <._?..___U 'II 540 Paul It_ ._____ ...."
BI4. Ainerl..n Ilk 89 In Livingston Tru. AII .. W'4 of I'IW\4' \ .______21 'II 1811 Paul. fibs _. .... ._ 05.41
WH of Lot 81 in Woodlawn _18 6 SS 20 Teat Co_. ..,., by A. Cot cub dlvUion of N .. WI(, of IIW'4 _______________11I 'II 00 Unknown _ ___............ 11.1' .
Adml..latrato. a _" of .., B B Bnell .. .. NR1k __ __ ... I
EK _ 10.
LoU 15 .A 17 In Woodlawn _____--..18EM 1 SS 10 Arthur Oran '.Ia NEK - ; ;; Tru- NW" of :\ a N4{ of NW14.7 .1 120 I'aul Bret
WH of Bib 40 In Livingston Four A In NW CDr of 11:140: 01 W5NK

of, of BEK of NWK_(_.* _NEK.......21 I HFK .0 D B Browning 11.41 of NEK NWK of BWK of SEK ? l SS 10 Jam.. Prins$8 EK\ of NBK ____________ u ... 111 B Bnell .. .- ......._ 108LoU of Nit..4 .a BW4f\ "f NE\4'\ +
Com at NW Cor of BW4-"of"-22 1 A 4 of BIk"11 In LlvlniInimlon if E54 of NWI" A NW'4 of N J
A Run E 61 1-8 rda Trubr A Co'a aub dir W4 'I. 110 I'aul 11_. . -.......... .41.17N54 .
S NEK 60 rda, W SS 1-8 rda, N 60 of NEK of NEK __________ __ ;3 ;i Aaron 5.HLola of 'Ni:1i: a .in \\4.-- w--U ofNW4 ,
S A I of Rib 41 In Llvln*. a NEI4 01 SW\4\ .A B1j ,
rd. to beg _.:___ _____ ________-4f 5 22 20 Unknown . n.o' InvMon Truby A Cot cub div "I BW'4 .a IIE\4\ 01 flW i
S A In NE Cor of NEK\ of SWK_22 5 StNEK 2 F M Badly' .............. 1.11I of NEK of NE'4 ____._____ .?... ..... WE Bnell .. .ooLoa 4 .a W54 of RE'4 ew NISA t d
\ of SWK except 2 A In N 8 of nik 42 llvlnimton. Tru.br A NI'\4': of SE'46 BWI of liE
E Cor _....._22 6 SI B8 ;S B Mathie. ___ 14.11 A Cj'. cub division. of N '4 .f tlE'4 _ .___.._._____111 7 18 880 W F Nichols --..-- 110.1 I
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T.wn of Laity-Sec. 29, Tp 6. 8. R. 21 E.- EK. of NEK _____ t Jullua-Butlar _. . ..... S. 8WH All NW'4 of IW"! It 01 Rr: .a 9R
Sot.ShcaeOfBlk2w.Mof: of Blk 41 In Livingstn Tru IIw __ 'II 18 L L JI.d..baa.h _ ___ ...,. J
_.. .._, _. B.rejh E J-dboltA ,_ 11.40 N NAI8V Wf ofR NWI of h---25 toV'ae
'ia2 -- -- -- by A Co'a aub division of It 0
LoU or li't of = B L Blanchard 10.15Town EW- of NEiA _ _____________. Jew Johnson ((1101)) _ 5.77Blk R" r.eept, 1 A In NW Car _II' 'II to r J Parr _............_ 10.11' j
railroad 44 In Livingston, Truhr. A 8E'4 of R\4': .111 1 51 .0 W. F, NIGhole _ .__ '. :
of L.wkBee;. 21.24-t6-s8 In TA .. ,I Co' anh dlv of NEK\ of NlAl ...__ A 0 Jenkins --, .... lug .t Nfl: Cur of 1n1 s sub -+
B. K. SI R- NH of Klk 45 In l.ivlnmbin'. Tru llv of .f a
Lot III eaHt of railroad ... ............ R ao Jone.. . 488 N\fo 1011\4: run
? := ........ ... : by A Co. cub division of NB WIlli IL It HO ft. II: 101 ftN -
4.88
Lot 42 nut of railroad. .....-=. Mlule Will Lee Lee. _. .._ 1.89 I K.. of NEW''' u____..______.___ ,_ B O rixford --- .... HO ft to Ire __...._____-_20 7 18 W E M.Carr _ __.... 1.811 thq i
Lot 44 of ___ ..
nut railroad W BO ft of Lnt t of Blk 47 (
Lou a 0'
9 10 IIIk I cub dir
ofNE4
...1
__ Amelia Hawklna . l rn
Lot 47 gnat of railroad _______ In Livingston Trubr A Cogcub 01 __ _______ 4 Wal..r. Wloltbln _ 7.47 ?
I NW4 __80 T 1
Lot It rut of railroad _-__:____?_-_ _. Chaa.t Parker . I.BII of NFK nf N\4':' _.__ ________ _. Francla Wllllame til N 1 A of that portion-of NW'4

Lot try 6_Otu_ _tub__dlv___In East_____Law-___ ._ Chac. Parker .. .1.09 Lot' 8 ,of add BIb' A 1 of In Btarka E. B. In Matthew N- tW1h. I of NEV or wa.IYing _W_uf__8__.A_L_ Ryright _-50 'II 4 I'J' II Jonas .__._ ..... : ){((11. ,

All 8WK of SW4 of 8E'4 E S60S89 Writ of Walnut .treat, DIke 18 11 .n sub elly of NB
..
BWU of of Klninler road E'4-:" ===_.26 16BWK 5 5 11 11 10 6 C Mary F Stewart 8 Bapp -. '.- : A South of 9th ctreet Rlk---___.18 0 tt Cora B Popnell S0.77 I 14 of NW1,4, _ ______________.0 'II S P I 1'...... e _-__.. .... rl" _
SEK of
LoU 1 I 8 A 4 of 4 In dRy at
11S 10 JB Abraham .. ... 127 All" W54 ofE4: of SW'4 W of
; \ of NWK of SWK ._ 21 tl 10 A Panl . ..BI Temple' add to Stark. In NE _ _____._-.s0 'II 7 Wa'.r. Whitten _ .......... I..' ndr
bEK\ of NWK of BWK .__26 V.., of NWK A part of W 4 of of NWu a-Noy-or __ III"N1j
_.SSBEK 1 10 Ella William. . ..BI AFI4 ItWI.1I1I, 7 II 110 N" Cauth.n ? r
BFK" of NFK of BWK __ ____ 10 C C Frett . .. '.18 NFK went of railroad .A NB of NE\4\ ____.__...______..11 "II HO U"known _ _____ 1581
\ of NWK of SEK _____ _tl 11n Cor of BEK of NWK\ _________M 0 tt H A Sharer A Co 71.01AII W,", of aw'4 ____________ ___.11 7 1 Mil 101 P Caut"'n" _ ___.. 18 89 LI

WIII.c\ of NEK>fWof___NWK_____of___BBK ___28 6 S A T Paul ..-___ 158 Blk 9 In Temple oddto WI.(, 01 NW'4 of NW'4 _.__-___.111 'I' 10 U"known -.__w '..11.N4
W 5 A of NH of- NWK of NWK 26NWK 'II 5 T L Guerry . 468Jh Starke In NEK: of NWK .Apart ':\ a. 1011'\4': of NW\4'\ ___..1Ia 'II 100 W F Ni.hob.. ___...-$7,81
of of NEU west of of Eu -
WH
8W& 1-1 NW Of 8E'4 A W'4 : ofI'IE I
of\ of of SWK A N\ ___2$ I ss 18' Amerlcaa Tract Co. railroad A NE Cor of BEK of 40.81S4I _ ..___...__ .11 'II .0 I R Dover ___._. JO.8'
SW'4o\ 8W'4of SWK .1 I II Mm Bunlaa' O Canon a
NW\4\ "SW4of
Com SE Admlnlitratom . _. 6 67 S4( n 111:14..1: BW14
SW of
at Cor of BWK\line 410 s Lot 7 of Elk M'ln'YenVpleV'add" BE'4 .__o._ ._______. _.12 'II .0 M P ('..lit..... _ .___ 10.1flW'4 .
4 A ran E on Bee to SUrke In NEK of NWK A NWS4 '_ __..__ . T,17 ,
ft to of bthence N,66O 01 _ .-.111 "WI .0 E J: tI.a _ ...... ? -
a Pt of WH of NEK west ofrailroad _.. '... ._ ____. 1.01 q
B 198 B 6SO ft, part ( NEI(, of BE'4 .-.81 'II 20 101 I' ( .th.n _ -_
W 198 ft. ft to be.ft. .-2. I n 1' Jac W WlllUma .. .?... .... A :N ECor of SEK of NW4. 01 tlW% _o.______ ---54 7 21 .1 J'aul Bra. _ _u........ 7.af 1V
NWK - ___ __________________*l 0 ttSS Jac. Cre-ne __ flEI(" af NWI,4, a EII of I'IW'4' err. '
WH of 8W<4 of NW<4 of BEK\ _tl 5 1S C Jam. RoberU .-.....__ sao Lou 11; .A It of Slit 27 In Tern.pie' a Wit 01 SF4$4\ 'II 110 N P Ceulhen" ___?__. ..... '- .,-- Jf' .
Two A In 8W Cor of NEK of . add to Starke In NEK of 8" of N 120 ft of NE\4\ of $F.14.54 'I' 1 Unknown __.______._ 1.11Cor ;r' "".

REK of BEK _______._1. 5 S Unknown . . .. I." of NWK\ .A part of WH of 10 ft Wof NE C'Ar of Nil: .
NEW' of BEI4/ of- BEib A NHor SSn NBK wet of railroad .A NB ynfSE" \ .arani110ft' W 1
S of SEK of SEK ____ *7 1 11 The American Tract Ca.. Cor of BEK of NWK _SB 171 II.. Florenee K I: Brooke -. 181 JiIO ft. 110 ft. E810 It to f
Admlnlatratom. . '.81 Lot 9 of Blk 88 In P. '. .eel: betr ________.__.._... 'II 0 Joke It Rld.n _ ____ 1 01 .
LoU 28 A 26 In Woodlawn ___...SO i nSW 20 W L Johna . _____ '..11 Htarke In NWK of NWK N of NII of 8F14 __._____-a6 'liMO Q M r..nneLt. ___ 18." t
LoU IB A ZS In PeeUvlllo embraein I BUI at . _____.____________- 0 M Mania. Norwleb' .,_ .......- 1.81 E14 I 01 14 01 NE14 I..ept ,',,
NH of NEK .* NIDLoth Lou 6 7 A 8 of Blk O In Rktln morn 18 It N 01 ItE Car .a run I IN

\ of NWK _____ __________M i 11 lasso Mllla _ -__ 4.tI .'. add to BUrkc In NWK 110 y.lc. : :0. yda. : Ito .IJ
10 In Pe.ta.mbnetng- nn ; of NWK. B of 11th ct _____.-__SS 0 tt Dr P D Blob_. .... yd.. B: 520; ; ) N4of / a
NH, of NEK A. NEK of NWK\ _H I S Peter Tlidala Ja .... Lot 4 of Blk 1 In Wynn'c add NE\4 01 8E'" 01 NE'.4. ._-SI 'II 10 I E I.: Phillips, __._._____ 4 ABW4
Lot 24 In PeeUvllle embraeln I I to Starke in NWK of BWK _SS 0 M Mm Amanda Jo...... 10." 01 WW\4\ of BW\4\ 11 1 II to 101 P "IItIM.. __.._-?. 111N4 T'i '
NH of NEK .A NEK of I'IW'411 I ss 8 Llllle Tiiidnlc. . ___. 1.119 On. lot beg at SW Cor of Sandemon of NWI" _ ---i. 'II BO 7br Bouthom c.u.. Feuding . ...
NFVi of NFK of NEK .___P0 5 Stt 10 W C Ladd . ..$ A Madlaon aU .A .ran 8 (]o _ _n. .. .....u. r +
NWK(" of NEK of BWK ______. MIt 10 Rev 8 F Wolfe 3.51 on Bandemon at 1HS ft, the_ flW'4 .f NW'.4. _____..__.___ I 1 I. SO P J 1'rew _ ____ ".n 4
SEK of NWK .A WK of BW W 96 ft, thenea. N 186 ft to . Beg at Quarter R.. IIn. or' half ,
4 of NEK _____.____ 4 6 60 A.J Bryan . ....... 1120 I MadUon .t, thence" E on acid at mil. pot 0" 101 Ila 01 1.. 1 .I
W'A or AE\4\ 01- BE'" _____.__. 1 8 tt 20 Bllac Lnpton . 68 ft to bee; In Burke ________IS 0 tt B R Wltkovakl ........... .... A run 1'1' 811 dooor..... J: liB It, .. V-
W!! of Z,", a. E4 01 W4 ..____ t 8 11IS 820 771.E Can_ .. ____ .1..1 One lot on B .1.... of Madison at for a .nrting pt. .I' pt .... slog i
fiE of Nl4!: ___.______u._____ 1 40 American Tract Co.Admlnhtmtom in Wynn add to Burke bounded 10 f& from ..nl.r .of OJ'
of - .11I inch thoon. S $44 ........
undivided. Interact In NH N by Madlnon .t. W by S
SWK _._u______.___.._ S S51 80 J Rnreniteln A Oo _ ..,. tnnd. of R. 8. Matthew. 8 by F. ""..11.1 with 17 011 't. t...... 1 f
NErd of NW'... of NEK __ t 8 SS 16SO Swallow. A Bopklna 1.11 Wren A E by Wm. Edward.: .A N I84y: dir..., II .11 1Rthen." (

Nwfc of NWK of NE4aN .IS Mr. Moore . __.__ ____SB 0 tt 0 L 8_..* -. ... II." N 5444 ... : W'o't: : 1
Ftf 8 tt B E Canora . __ 814 J
of NEK of NWK" ..__ I Com 167H ft F of NE Gar of Shone. 8 dug-
; \ of -- ______.___.__10 'II 40 Kay. A Mllla 1.1! Broadway A Hurt ..t... on N '.1'4t'' 171J to pt of bog In NW'4 01 NE4 ', I
NESt; of NE1;W of ry .A BH I aide, of Royt A run E 101 ft. I 1 21 __ It M King --_. ...1 i y
of BH \\4 of SWK __ _1' f tt 80 Wm C Rita /9T N 106 ft. W 10S ft. 8 101 ft to 1F.\4!! \ of NW'4 a"WW544'of NWu--(" I t I. r
F:<:'fc of IWK of NWKFlJ ____r-_IO 8 80 B E Rlncklc '.27 I A 8W\4. _.. .... _....._._._ 1 111 181 W C Fat.. _ n . --.. 40,00W !
_._ '.11
: of WH of SFK of-NWU .10 S 12tt 10 Unknown .. 2." kef In Btarke .................. 0 M F H Bale y of NE'4' ,, S.,
W<.4 of NWlSof: NECEH _U 0 SS 10 Unknown . --- -. I." Com 816 ft. E of NE O/r of 01 NI\4: .. W4ofSW4of\ rNE4 1
of izf of SWVJ A WHof i Broadway A Hoyt .U on N aide .a NW" A NWv. "I SW4 :t
EH of .NEK of SWK .___11 0 tt 80to Mm A A Herrlr. 0.N I| of Hoyt >t .A run N 105 ft, B: .. 'W"'ol 0' MW\4\ nf 11W54-S' (, 1 n 280'" W C "..te, ____ 11,00 ,
F.:y of NEK offiFV ___..Il 0 21 Mm Nannie V Hundley .... K2H ft, B 106 ft. to Royt .t. ...1 F.% of Y.4. NIl: 01 NJ'. _.. 0 5 II 1. Uokaown. _ ___.1." ,
Ii of 'II A Herrln _. ..21 W B2H K to belt In Sterk.1I 0 tt C R Mark* .
WH of NWV __. .__ 11 40 M.. A WI, of 1011'4: of NW'4 A S
Ni 14 of SEK _____.____.___11 0 11 40 I, A Evans ____ .II." LoU S 9 80 iiI t? 88 84 KB A 86 tit of BEi4' of NW% .a IDof '"
WH of NWK of BWK(" -?___12 0 tt to Mm N.nnla. V Hundley .... of BIb. S In R. N nowllna/a. 4.01 111\4:\ .I NWiof NW'4 a. t 'IE4
FU of BWK of BFli ._......__12 0 tt 10 Unknown I." odd to Btarke In NEK of SFi42S U C H Markat' of NE4 of fw14 01 NW ..lI 1 II 40 Sol T Wolf _ ______;; 17$ ,.. 1 Y
BWK\ of SWK of BWK _11 0 n 10 Swallow A Ropklne. f.e9 Part of a 41 A lot com .t NB W4 of flE'4 of NE'" of NW ,' tr
WH of EH of SEK of NWK, -l4 0 tl 10 J Homer Llvlnaxton _. L" nor nf .land formerly owned by .a F4: of 81.4:. of BW'4 0 r "' 4 y +

NWK of IBK of NB: 7WSw.ata. runBtoBlla\ .0 NW4 _ ..----r- _ ..___.11 II 10 I D Hlltbnndt ___ I-IS t 2g
K of SW"". SB'A.____ .11 'II SO Fred FrI.........* _ '.17 of See. S*. th n.. 8 on Beeline Ny" of Nr.\4\ _ .. .__ __.18 8 II 110 C H D..k. _ u. 1721Il '
Corfef 220 , Com at NE : SW .10 A In I'IE Cue of : N ,
H A Cor of lend formerly owned byaald WI{ a N .211 It of : of 'I
: ran 860 ft, 8 690 NF14f ,I i
E 560 f N _It---11 6 tt 7 Mm N B Mabona _ '.17 Beieat thenea" N to bog In RW\4\ .a r. 4." It of 1t1:1.f: \ 0' ..
t. 690 ft to be* C. 8.87 ,
EH of BBK _______.!8 0 tt 4 C W Zarln A .a of 101"14 .I .t1t.; I 1 = ": 1:
84 of !NE'4 af >*BK A SE14\ folbanr lp'4: of IIWI( 54 .1Ir13I" I': Ill'1: ,,I,1.I. .t ;.
d NW4 of NBK: "' 8 1H A of the deMrlb- 01 BE4: .. W 4 A a W'4 ofSW1y 1
NE I(, J ,, 'II 70" Matilda DUon 1.11 ed"piece of land _wit. ...* 01 ME\4\ A 101.... "f flEf4

Nine. A on"W"afdV'of"NWK of . 1.57 .taptliOftSof NWCorof of 8t\4:\ A 154oF4!:\ a' 8 e. ..5--
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8WK ex N 1 A for church ,_._17 0 MNH Felix Ooodwine NWK ofAE14arunS7a T4.iIAInNECorNof:
e? SEK of NEK ____ -U I ** to Julia Codeine 7.17 7.11 C9-14U shoe, E 8 81-100 ehana.:' s I hr. .. _.___ _.._ --- __..1' 1 12 1111 Brcokyn. Lend Co _ ,_. 11.45
fWK of ____ __ _____18 S M 40 Raneom Reynold. - N 7 19-100 ehne, W 8 51.100cba .... Two> A .in. NW Car of 8W\4\ of
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of Nw41y! : _.11 'II 10 Iiaac. Reynold . _w 7.17 to be* In NWK of AF.v." ..20 0 tt8WK I Unknown", NWI . ._1' S II I Robert Gal. _ __.__ 1,42N1h .
Com 810ftNof8Ec.cofSW4ofSWarunN210ft. of Nt:14: A WH of BBKf ..f NWIA of N64\ a Wye

NJ:'... AN 8 A of W44of a NW\101\ IIE\4\ __.-_ _______18 I .1 110 R D C'laJ'tOll e __, 11.112
W 815 ft 8 210 ft, E Ill NWK of BEK BH' BW'4'A lIIW'" .I I'IE'4' ___..__1' I II 100 W C Fnl.r. _ ____ 47,5.
ft to be*-1H A ___.________.SI 0 M I Mnaalla Holly . '.01 K of BEK __________________80 0 ttNWK 08 R.anah 1Irmlilt... .-.-. .SO.77 loOt 4 __00._.. ._ '.__. .__ 1 It 3. llnbno.n ___._ 145BW4 ,
Com at NW Cor of bind owned of NWU" eneept B' 10 AII 0 tt 80 H M MeRao .-.-.....- .ITS.76 \ of NW'A ,.______._____..111 I II .Q r,.... Ilod.y. .__. 1928W4 e
by Flmira King on E aide of F II 1-8 A of BEK! : of NFK_-81 0 SS 18 Ard.ll Leonard . of NP\4:\ 100. 1 DA In. 101m I k8
Ry: A run E at right ands. W SS 2-3 A of BEK:\ of NBK: .. Cur : of Wll1"w NE4of 1 I I
to Ry to Una of Sec !1. 10 A sold J. W. A1.are> ____81 0 tt 17 Alva Leonard . -- IICom ft:1.. $E4 ea II ,ts r1 e
ttance N Bee line to Center at NB" Car of BWK of N 10 A In II&: Cor .___.__- .___2. 11$ IRO. Brooklyn Lead eo. _ ____.. 2161E44ofNWV.
t. in Temple cub dir thenea" 'R 7f F,4aru.WSWohoe" S ISHbn. a. EIAof W4of ,,1'II I
W on ctreet to Ry, thence. 8' .. E 0 1-' .hn.. N IIH\ 8W'.4. of NE4 .----------1' 1 12 811 0..1e o..nler . _______ 11,81
alone Ry to beg In EH of NB hne to hew ________ _____M 0 tt 1 Carrie fa.kloa . I.aI .i
'4 except such Iota a. bar S ion, A com at NE Cor. of NEK: of 73'j1
heretofore .___.11 0 SS 14. Loula Colon -- I
'en been deeded NWK A ran W 14K yd, i 70 The Qutgia5at; Doc. Nol Allee' TM IkINI&eo..f 1
al't com at center of Ry where pda, E 148 :yd. N0 ..de to
mid line o' Sea SI ran. __.. ______.__._______.IS 0 tt S Handy Brymer . .J 1.11Can 1t. took!!! and 1..1.. sRret., LAXA. Optl"lftlO 11I0ua" I
sing E A W eroecea .A ran at SW Cor .of NWK of SB Tilt BROMO QUININE ( .b'm.ocan' be t.koa It Cools JIMIrO tt'J revPDiQ 104092.. !
N on Ry: 400 ft. thenea" E: at 151 A ran B ISO 7t. N 100 ft, by .emu. wlth.gt' r.wlnq' n.mewne.a or rln mr4t1y It Aot' '' 1 jl ti
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to (Our
rtht ,,,_, 401 btbuka.d. L.W.GAUVLBUgtarurowMg.. .
line' then.. W to to aald be*half___gill.-Jl. 4 M 10 R M Janklna 7JT7 W..260 It. 8 SOO ft to beg ____IS 0 tt I CarrIe Albert . ,


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x' 4s PAGE EIGHT .' fRAUtURU COtiXTT) tF.UEGR.APB.-STARJi$ FLORIDAJr"I'"' FRIDAY JUNE 10, 1921.

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North .r Nortk Half of North_ ,
Quarter or North Halt of North Half of Lou
1 0%Jr' I and I. SM. III. Tp. 4B.R21ENacts.
.t .. Tba. said land helot aai aad at tha data of
t. tha Uauanf of ....10 ..nail... ia tha Ban ofCUtarina
Cook. Unlaaa aald _r _.. ahallha I TNEW ,
Items mdiialiiad aoeordlnr to ...... tax dud will
i County News laaua tharwm m th. 11 tit dar of .I u17. A D. ..

n... .; r llriflWIUMaa mr official alcnalnr aad-aaal this : FORD PRICES

''- tha. fib day of JOB. A. II. U2L
,; ; c. W. !: 1
;t ALVERMACWrk ": .
t p .., :? 1aI.....tSnI fact. Gathered During: the Week br OurRcrular Orcult Court. Bradford Coantr. Fla. .. IN
Corre.pondentsaBROOKER (Boat Br C. A. KNIGHT. EFFECT JUNE 7TH
I. -IO-M-7- Dapute dark.E8TIMATK :
4 :1 ITOURING

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flT BIPENSMterfca : : i .
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; .. '>' .. ,'ria.. Jono T. I12" !
joyed social at the home of Mr. and- OBflaa' of th Board. at Pubtla Inatrnetlon, I

i ii.r'l': 'f f1!': Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Saturday nightR. Bradford To Boaorabl. Count.*. C.Florida.. A.. ,.......... ....1.-.. 'I CAR TOURING CARSTARTER :

1JFh r t t' Brooker June 10. Jonathan Dpkeek T. Ost4>en! j* much improved at .and.Wtourat aamhm. oe'thnyo.td" vt Coooty Oo ,. jjjj $$4j.
: He' i* able now to be *7
this
.", k f' f r of Dukes, spent Saturday and Sundayhere writing.work'' in his l blacksmith aunt, Tba County Board of Publla IatraetloB ( ) ..- IjltlU (WITH STARTER) _
with relative doing nome In OMioa oa Ibis data, divot tha .
J!" .',. la shop. foll.waafund.* aaaaaaarf for auhnnl ._ ,
i Mr I. J. Kelly apent Monday atone I. Bradford
been assay for Ute eat oat pat
ha attending
who
tr,'V Stark ; Ella Mae lawn htvtaalaa; July 1. ltl. and andJnJava 55. .
:
a ) Mrs< RA.: Week! and chtldrenspent school at Gainesville, returned IMti Bradfard;Caaatr ROADSTER vjn ROADSTER 440

last week In hone Saturday.Mr. For _
a few day of ttitanat --._8 4.400.M
.: :I.+ Dukes, of Five Mile, wa here For parmant on ladabtednaaa .._00 WITHOUT 8TARTEB) -T___ (WITH STARTER) ______.._ .-- ..
Stark For oiria' lneldntal.. -_, too :
Tom QuuiUln, of Lake Butler, was Monday. For prlntlneFor _ ___ too 0*
; afternoon' G. B. Colson was in Starke Monday . Inaidratab) to board ?, ... too a*
in here Monday

5, Marvin Haxen and Clara Cone were lax For board rapair. ..._.....__ ..,...--" ..,... tit 10..*0*e COUPE fiOJi SEDAN 760
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; In Worthington Saturday. Margie Dee spent Friday with relatives For salary of ."...- ......-, __ 1.100"
't.1 and Mr. in Starke. For aalary of _low or < rhar. (With Starter Demountable RJsas) (With Starter Demountable Rims)
:' y''l. Mr. and Mr*. L. W. Sowell attendedthe for School Na. 1 (a......., for
d : and Mrs B. T. Crosby pent Sunday Several of the young: folk month (&II ......... UOM4M
P i ;;. dance at Worthington Thursday For aalary of teaehar or 1annrra
,'J" H,.,. afternoon in Worthlngtoai. for School "'0. 0 (Loan Bride for
', Iris Godwin, of Alacbua pent theo nijrht. month IIG A &>> .____? ." TRUCK
"' week-end here with relative Edna Baxter was on the sick Hit For aalary ef teaehar. or _...... 4g5 345
A. for School No. II <.......,. for CHASSIS
t r-- ; B. F. and A. A. Ilazen were among last week.T. month (110. M. 50. o. 0)_ 1.40000 (Pneumatic I Tire, Deat'UUe l Rim)

I ..:Ij. the visitor to the county mat Mon. C .Hacen and family spnet a_few For aalary of taaehar or _.....
'"
day of l last week at Palestine laite.. for School No. IS 18U1.... for ,
i ; day. '- rnontha I7S. .0, ... M. tf. 50.
t <2. B. CoUon and ton Beisie, and The many friends and relative of 56. *'. OS, 10 70) _-_--. 1.,0."

.;" Claude Crosby spent Friday in the II. R. Brown who went to Sarasota the I For for salary School of No.tanchar 11 (Rising or taaehrra) for FORDSON TRACTOR $$625 .

r .t t i! county seat on business. about two weeks ago, thinking -- month (M. 10) _.._ _.____ 4400

A' ty .; S. V. Andrea and family spent Sunday change would improve his health will For aalary of teacher or toaehrra ,
a be glad to know that he is getting for School No. 14 (VanderMK) for
; with relatives at New River. month (40. 60) ..- ....00
.( 'l Frank Andreu, of New River, wa a fine. Mr. Brown Is employed In Jhat For aalary of teacher. or t.cha.
i "'; city and he states that his weight for School No. 1*. (New' Blvar) for The
( visitor here Saturday.Mrs. -- month* MS) (40.0(1( Above Prices f. o. b. .Detroit
A. A. Hater I la on the sick list has increased six pounds In the last For salary of teacher or _....*
"' In Ala- two week for School" No. II (Kttaler) for
Friday
ttt L. W. Sowell spent -- month (461 -._.______ ISO.00
Iv I ('bua.I Rosa Lee Godwin, of Alachua spent For salary of teacher or teaohera I

f 3. J. Morgan and family attended last week here with her aunt, Mrs. M. for School No. to (Brooker for
l I month (110. Ss. SO, 10' __.' 'l.JiOOO
t church at New Hope Sunday. P. Matheny. For salary of teacher or teacher.

,Jno. Beville and grandson, of Graham Many of the farmers are busy nowshipping for School No 22 (The_.) for The ,Ford Garage

watermelon m..n140.. 110' .._-_... 410.00
spent Saturday here. For
aalary. of teacher or teacher
I W. Andreu of New River, was In Rev. Norris, of LaCrosse, wa at. for School No, tl (Pine Hill) for I w .

afternoon. tending to business affair in town month* 80' -.__.______.__ 1'0.00
; town Saturday
For salary of teacher or taacbar J. W. Jr. Dealer
i The Masonic! lodge held Hi regular Wednesday; for School No. XO (Brooklyn) for Andrews, ., .

meeting here Saturday afternoon. Lottie Gainey, who was on the sick I'For- month un __._. .-__.. t20,00

4 t" Charlie Cone Midway, was here list last week is able to be up and / Nary School of No.teacher in lO..b..1 or teacheror ) for* STARKE FLORIDA

I ::: I Monday morning. out again I month. (55 SO. (0) -____..- 71000 ,
For .
.I. .
., Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell attended The B. Y. P. U. subject for next for School of No.teacher 28 Caaon or teacher) for

'," church at Dedan Sunday. Sunday night: is the "Second 'Comingof month (44) -_ ISO.01 'm
4/ Ohio Christ." Everybody invited to be For salary of .......P or tasks."*
i .&' Mr. I'rienttr, of Cleveland for School No. SI (Hampton for

I was in town Saturday attending to present. month* (110, 00 Sol .___?_ 02000 .
'' budiness affairs. Troy Andreu spent the week-end In For salary of teacher or teacher.. *

4 .\ ' S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was here New River with relatives.C. for- month School" If No.Ot SI (Bradford___ __)__tor_ For aalary of teacher ar laaahan election. to aatabllah a ......1.. tax district to I "" 'unmm. u.="' ..u.-.. ..a", ,,,
4. ? 14000 .
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for School No. 41 (Oullford form..nl' be known .
For . ) aa DowlinaSpecial Tax School DletrU4. -
alary
''Wednesday. Moody, of LaCrosse, was a visitor for School of No.teacher' or teacher* (lU) ?_.__..___ SOO.0 the Mm. to embrace the followlnc d. i
t ,. Several of the young folks spent here Wednesday.E. month (411 II' (Davto_ ) for For salary of teaaher or teaaber ssNkndb. t I I
; I, B. Andreu and son, Ray, were For salary of k.eh.r. t.ehr. 18000 for Schol No. 41 (Ra""'..) farmonth. t. tl 14. tl, !0. ST. 11. tl. SB.nd SIX
.: Sunday afternoon at Worthington.Frank . for Hrhtiol No IT (10)) .. ?? ..-_ SOO.00 .. Last Half of Sac. II, Twp. 4 South R SO
Cone, of Willeford was in In the Cooter Pond section Saturday ... (Woodlawn) for For salary of teacher or teacher Baa*. Sectlona 1. S. t and North' Bait of
"ndl.
i.,"";' 180, 101) ___...._._ .
: 440 00
. afternoon. For ..1... of teacher for School No 41 (Liberty) for Sea d. Twp I, R SO Eaat. Section III, 80. j GILLETTEBLADES'
.' 1-., town Monday. or'teacher* month* (10)) .. 0.00Near '
< 'll. I
for School No. - Twp 4 Range tl Eaat.JOHNNIF .
t A number of the young folk en. Veda Andreu is visiting' her grandparents SB (ZlfT) for Bckoal
jy .. -- montha 11101 ATtniSON
..' .1 I,\. Mr. and Mrs F. Andreu, of For .....,. of turbI..A.r.. (40.00 Fop aalary of teacher or teacher: ,* Ii EDDIE: HITLER .
-- for School No. loa (Ropewell) for
Day. New River. for Bchool No. 41 (Kelley) for month* ((40)) ____.____. 1 000 J. 4V ADDISON. .
: ; I..",' Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Mr. Sistrunk, of Starke was hero For- salary month of(*V)teacher. __._ t4000 For ..1... of teacher or teacher. PLINEY B KITE!:,CORDON

.,,\ ' DraiuliHi n-fanrl niimrv If PAW DINtI'F.NIpfI': business1 Thursday for School No. or teacher* for School No. 104 (FroMdcaco) S. R ROBINSON.
") torureluuilna Blind) SUiodUiilor' < attending to affairs 42 (Sampaon) for for .. month ((601' _____ 100.00 ARCH With
month (681 .__ DOBBS
,' .1 : )non.'p' f. 'Ik .a lirlilnU t'lty!1 sad mu son Hitntml for_ salary of teacher- *!so.nit For ..1..,. of teacher or teacher W. W. WA8PMAN
;': heap filler Ih iiiM wivilcxtHia J'-Vt'Lh or teacher am'l for School No. 106 (Lake Butler. ) j JOE!
Mia Groover for School CRAWFORD
the weekend Nn ,
Lydia spent 44 /Pbt. Poled) for (or montha (10 80) ___?._?. 40000'For
,f' r .. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. For- .month.1... of(00))teacher?. or- teaehar_ 110,00 I| ..1... of teacher or teacher J BAM. T. HARRFLU HARRCLU, HOLDER

. Groover, of Graham. for School Nn 411 for School No. 110 (Katford) for. O K.' PVAI. .
Boatdraln
'... ) for -- month ( 0)1) __..- ___ 100.00.For .
', ',l' Rex Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was For- montha (70) _______u_____ t80.00 | salary of teacher. or teacher. I M. L. BARRELL.
.
here Monday.Mr. salary of teacher or teacher* for School No. 111 (Bluff Creek) )
for School No. 47 (Randolph) for for montha ((40) ..., ., .... HO.00 ,
-- NOTICE OP ELECTION
James, of Cooter Pond was Inhere For- .month.1...* of(BD)teaehar. ____-________ ICO,00 | Fop salary. of teacher or teacher. By the power rested In them hy" the school $1.25PREPAID

Saturday.The for School No. or teacher* for School No. lug (Duke. ) for Inwa of the State of Florida. the Board of
.11 (Futch
for
many friends Mrs. James -- months (411 ____ ._..__)___ 180.00 ] A. montha ((40)) -. --- 14000 rublto Instruction of Bradford County here
; by all .n election\ to he held ., tha
Crews are glad to.learn she Is improving For for salary School of No teacher 10 or ._. .... This budget calla for ____?_. tl.OIO.OO ; Jnn 4, lOtl. to .._....10.Brannoasaheolboui. whether .
(Crotrlrw) for. Total amount of b collected .
taxaa to
the
from her illness. montha ((50) __ .. .____ territory IncludedIn Section It. IS
-- 800 00 ___ ___._ 11.000.00
Twp. 6 South
-' Ranee 1*
Fart Section. I. 6.
I
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children were Nacra Scheal.* -t ; 7. 8. 17. II. and Went Half In Attractive Case
in Worthington Monday afternoon. For aatary of teacher or teacher. Amount to b.* ...*... to ...... within Qiiarter. and Southweat Quarter of of Northwest
Sec
for School 0.
N., 100 (Stark
) for
Mrs Johnson month (U. (0. 40. __ hel.'i; : __- S.OSO.00 I and. Weat Half Re*, 1$. Twp 6 South, Ranm.
_
of White Springs: Is For ) 40. 40) *<0.00 | on Ih* taxable property 20 Fat. shall be made a ineclal tar school
here on a visit with her eon, R. Johnson for aary School. of No.teacher 101 (Wateroak or teacher* of the county .will .be neooaaary to vivo I district, and to elect three truatee* and de Sath/action Guaranteed

who is employed with the WevksRitrh month* (4*. 40) __.._._) _forFor 140.00 | the by requeat amount you Imperatively to levy the needed eam. *. and eBy ass here \ -tormln.. th* amount of "'III.( .... to be aa- or Money Refunded

a Turpentine Co. salary of teacher or teacher order of tha County Board of Pnbll For ...
of
for School No 10* (New' River) for awrpoa bar. Mid election the
KKEPOUB tHlPiOHTHE SEVEH UAl Instruction In aaaaloB June 7. 19S1. fttllowlnir manairera .
E. T. Stewart spentthe week-end month __ .p..ntNt..II. L.
(40)) '
.
s he..... For alary of h.b..r?or t.a.hrn HO 00 | Secretary and County Superintendent H. B. WIGGINS.of Pub 'ae_. M. L. Addlaon. and L. C. Hat... This offer for a limited

.' Importers, exporters, for School No. 100 (Lawtey) for lic Inatruetlon. H. B. WIOOIN8 L. W. KICKUTER time
M., P. Matheny spent Monday in month (S8. '1. 40. 40)) _.__ 740.00 | L. W. KICKLJTEB. Chairman only.
travelers ship and Starke.L. For salary of ....h... or teacher. Chairman. County Board J'ubllc InatruetionSHERirFS Secretary ..I.-..-.-.. .

sail under the Stars R. Gatney and family, D. W. Hs- -for month School.* No SO'( 101 (Brooklyn.._)__for 140.00 | NOTICE OP MASTER BALK Remit by order

j zen and family attended church at. For salary of tuh.r teachera BALK Hereby" tiotlo.. la *).... taut under and by money or
t and Stripes New Hope Sunday. for School No. 10S (Ttranum) for Notlao I* hereby ..... that under ..d by vlitn of that certain decree. of foreeloanr caah-no Stamps
Per- months (40) _________ 110.00 |I _I....* of that aertaia order, raaulrlna; ma to mad and. rendered. by the Honorable A. V.
P. M. Barefoot In Starke Mon- salary of _
was her ar teacher sell tha hereinafter deeerbe4. LoneJndre of tha Elahth
triumph In steel, teum personal property Jodlalal Circuit
NEW for School No. 100 (Hampton) for . held of Florida In .. ,
day. by under .
me a writ of attachment alttlna in the Circuit
electricity have carried month.* ((41. IS) ___., _._
1 ? h aoo.llo .leaned out of and by the Judre of the Clrault Court for Bradford County, Florida, on the FRAD RAZOR 'CO.
'A' 1 the Sun and Strip" back (gain mu __ Total amount Court for Bradford county. Florida, baarinv Ird day. of May A. D. 11121. In favor of J. R.

i, to the seven teas On more th.n HIGHLAND Total this budged to_. _ha___expended______a*__par__ tl.SOO.00 .date......,th.*caua llth day therela of May.pendin A...D.wnarala 10H1. In Brad that Johnaon.Nleklo a*aa oomplalnant defendant, th and* ...against..... .....C.will J. I 1475 BROADWAYNEW
fifty trade and route amount f tax** to b* aolleelad ford offer for ....1.
4 ruuucnger County Bank a corporation. la plaintiff at the front door of the court
.
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:
@ ?- ? _._. Z 1.000.00 hone '
and Eliaabeth Dee f. In
I American owned and operated I* defendant W. Starke. Florida, daring; the Weal YORK CITY
Highland June 10. Mr T. E. En- .
p 3' J. JP"' ''''''. aa .......Ir of Bradford" oounty. hour .f .I. oa
> ship, flying the Flag are teady gcbretaen returned to her home In Will have. 1.190.00 Florida, will offer for aalo. to tha hichart and MONDAY TUB!: SIXTH DAY OF JUNE 1121.

,+ ,, ( to carry your good*, or to carry Stuart Tuesday, after two weeks visit year to .UI,to within ha Need the omewher limit of donna. th beat bidder for Sash. on Tbamday. tha 16th to th* hlxheat and boat bidder for cash th I IJIi.lWDm.... ......D..... "'.'_m.u._..
fond
day of followlnit deeerlbed I
D. ml. 4nrli .
.s i you to every foreign land. with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. E.: For 1...._ Hale Caaaty. I hour* r.l.Oi.A; front of tb* court> how the :: I Sontheaat qnarter property of northeast' Quarter of
_._________ .
-_--1 1.100.00 In Starke. Bradford aeetloa '__h...
They are iplendld ship, the Wilkinson For oounty, Florida, the fol- (tl) I aleo the weat half I
of American designed For payment office( oa Indebtadnea_ __ ?_.- 1.100.00 lowing deaarlbad. ..._.. property. to-wltl of th nortbweat game and aevanty. (TO) No Worm.) In Child
J ,I pride genius, Mr. and Mrs J. E. Bohannan were For Ineldentala _u -_ 40000 Eight hand of alack cattle. marked aropapperblt yard, deep on the. vat aid of th. Mat half. a Healthy
.
1 s s and equipped to the prlntln* _____n_? __. 100.00 In of the northwest AllchDoTra
1 give business visitors to Jacksonville. for Inaurana _____ one ear crop half fleur-de-ll In cjuartar of eeetlon twenty troubled with Worm balm aa. uo-
{ t anent pauenger comfort service nesday. For board. InrliUntala _.__._-_h_ .__. SOO.00 the other .... branded with diamond D. Also four (S4>. townahlp nve. .1)). rann KJa-hteaa baaMbyoolor.whk .........* poor blood and a*a
- ? t0 00 on* gray mar mul about 10 yea, old named (IS) south and aontalnlna hundred rule. than U .leaa
For ; on mar or stomach cUanroano
, and safety, and to handle your Mlse Roiilo Wilkinson bolldlna. and repair* ..._..w._ COO.00 dirt. One I thirty-two
+ and MilsRena far ..1..,. of auperlntandent .._.__ yellow mar* mule, about 10 yeara (112)) ama, aaor or ..... I GROVES TASTE1JCSS CHILL TONIC given M v-
?t F good In the must economical Man visited relatives In Starke For ...: h.lo'N teacher or teacher 1.10000 II old..named, old Dunk........ PeL Oa black mar. mole about J. B.: FUTCH' laxly furq.alhr.s wash. wW enrich ta. ........

Ir r ,' way.' Monday.J. for .: t (Dowllna) for yea W. J EPPERSON. JOE RILL WILLIAMS Mpecfal Maator In Chancery hnprov tb.dlaea iop.ad_.*....orJS. <......-
1, I motto. (10)) .___ _____. SYM Tonic to th.wbd..yae. Natora
SOO 00 will thus
u. e--tt--10. Sheriff Solicitor
Bradford for
.
? .i, Operator* of Passenger. A. Starling W.II' a visitor to For ..1..,. of teacher. or _..., County Fin. Complainant.MA8TFR8 8.09.0.0 throw off at denial ... worm tmdlb.AlldtAU b*

.'!!t Service' Starke Monday. for School" 1'1.' ... S. (Thomas) for mpn-fectliMlth. .........,10 taIIa. ISO pot botaIa.
1 t'i' Un 17 Stab S,_. New months (*X). 101 ________ *_4..oa_ ORDER FOB PUBLICATION BALE'.
tl 1 Admlrrst Mr. and Mr*. H. B. Hudson left .m .-
..N 1'. For salary of teacher ar teachera .. CI.....' Court State of Florida, Elahtb Notice I* hereby alma that under and la
pA, + Maleinl Navigation Company 16bo. Friday for a short visit in Jackson for School No 4 (New' Zlon) for Judicial .......\. Bradford County. In Chancery pursuance .f a cartaln flnnl decree of for*. ( yean I en* ":::t''f.:' th* next bbjbaat nmhor
+ 1 Cay bttnm. Heltimore. MlMunxm -- month (10)) .__?...___. SOO.00 eloaur of ..1.. wade and rendered. oa th. of vote la for a term of its
; ft fcteam Line U W.v.r ville.Mr. I For aalary of teacher or _..., J. P. TII_.. and day of May. A. D. 1941. la and by the yean i and on. receiving the next 10........
b birect.NewtofC.N' Shin V., and Mrs. A. Beasent and Mils for School No. I (a..a_.) for Complainant.v / lad,. of Ute Circuit Court In and for Bradford number. of vote in Mid. dlatrict for a term

t JI New York and Porto Rloo, 8 Co. Clara Prescott, of Jacksonville, were month, tm ___?______ o SOO.0* I County. Florida, In chancery. In that of oas year, said term ta .bests on th* 6mt
,
For t.o.b. day of
of July. A.
j I Illx-1..y.I New I ork. N salary or teacher* John Henry Cnlrar. et al. eerlnln saw therein pendlnr. wheiwln Elhfha D. 1821. or aa soon thereaTta
guests of relatives Sunday. for School No. 1 (Lake Butler) for Defendant.It Kite., Ie complainant and u he may qualify.
d 'i pus&Nev 1 IIS.N.0..Co.. . 41 iruoJway., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilkinson and month.* I17S 00. M. 50..2, appaarina by afflda.lt appended: to the Mary Jan Kite, hta wife. arc Elijah defendant Kite and t I IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF wo have he..
01. 55. M. 06 Tot __ bill filed ..... I onto art our .handa at regular
8.140.00 la th above d caoxa that John A. Maaur. our m.atlna
U. saw 1 ork.NYTWard S. B Co., 4f B..dw.y.y' little daughter; were chopping In For salary, of teacher. or teaahar Henry Culver, th* defendant therein named, far for seal.at pubiheeuq. and will ail u I In Stark Bradford County. Florid,. this th*

NeaY.k.MCubsMrl Starke Monday. for School No. 0 (Halford) for la a __I..... of the State of Florid, aadhe th* burbot and beat bidder for sub. befor 4th day of April A. D. 1M1.I .
Line, ( _the (110. ... M 10. 50. to a rmldeat of of Abbeville.' Aw..ad .- the doer* of the. onrthonaa In Stark .... 'I I C. A. ROBERTS. 0baI...*.
B.
S & I of Wall Stmt.w Mr. and Mrs. D.
Cat ocit F. and children -
Lang .M ___._______ J. M. aROWNLEE.H.
New Yak N Y. I LCMOO ta over tha c*. of twoetv-ona yeara I It ford County. Florida. on Monday, Ute Sib day .
and Mr*. David Lang were bust- I For talary of _bop op tw.hwn. la therefor" ordered. that. said aonraeldentdefendant of J__ A. D lOtt. dotter th* ..... hoar i H. WILLIAMS
I Free Ute of ness. visitors to Starke : for. School No. (Clara*.*) formontha b* and I* hereby raajnlrad te .... of Mb. the follawlna deeerlbed property to. I H.i.. GAINXT,
_ Shipping Board films Monday. (11111 -.--'___ _______ 100 00 pear to the bill of complaint Bled. la Mid. wit Five acre to th* Souttteaat of I S.: DOW LI NO.
Miss Catherine Crew la upending I For salary of teaahe-r or toaahar* saw oa or before Mendar. Ute tOth 0 day of th* ........., Quarter of the. North a.earner Quar ;I'i Atteatt
S U** of Shipping Board motion pwlura.. several weeks with Mrs H. C. Wim- for School N... 10 (Fin... diwo) for .11_ A. D. 121. ........... the ....&_ of tor and th* North Half of th Southeast!it O. W ALDERMAN.

turn mayor, tour, _rule.... poMtnaattfr.(CM cm reiiueM""r ...f..any.... berly. For aalara month*of(U teaehor) -h. or teacher., Si*..00 aid defendant.It bill .will b* taken a*. cvafaaaad "by Mid Quarter Five. outh.. of Rann Section Twaety-ooe Twoatyvflvo. Township ,I I Clark. 4IMI

of cation.ships rd A .the.st....-..'_wni art. for tnlarm.tom pw 1u.s Friend of Mrs. F. M. Crews" willrel'ret for.. School. No. 17 (five Mile) for b further. ordered. that thla order .b* 'Waat Quarter of th, Southwaat Eaati Quarter Also Ute of I I!
I !
. i I. La.... Ifatne inanas.n montha <4*. 60) _.___.r_. 440.OO publlahed 0 nab a week for four ...-U.. the Nottawect Quarter of Section Thirty. NOTICE or ELECTION:
N to l learn that she I* seriously For aalary off _her or _.... week ,. the Bradford County Tetaaraph. rowanhlp' Fre Bouth.
.. l "F" -.. Ramr Tweatywiwa BU BE IT KNOWN. That member, .,
'4 H W:Wrhr U 1 G:! 111 at her home here. for School No..' IS (Midway for ,.wow boy' "i'it: la said. aunty and Nato aontalnln In all Nlnety-av* aarce. mor* o* I,'.I the Board} of County Oxnmlealonen ass a* ta and
Mrs ntonlha ( .. SO _____h_ 400 This IT, Wen Also th* Beat Butt of Lot Twaa" ... for Bradford. In
H. C. Wimberly and daughter ltl.O. '- I I h I County Flortda. pni.n.aia
+ 4 HIPS FOR SALE rVr aalary of teaaher or _heft W. ALDERMAN. In Waodlawm, taHi nil a Thirty, ...... ** Chapter ".*.. Lawa wf FJnrla*. aeeaillnjt
Winifred were vistiors to Starke for Schol No. tl (Pro...ldeuae) for (Seal OMTk Circuit Fie.* South..
4 4Mrteea V tI._ ..J,> en) ) OMrt. Ran** Twaa"Eut" _.hl.1 I Speatal Road and Bridao Dlatrta tteaakirOn
\ ( oath (1.. SI. ______. .. !I. Five I
net kph .U lad. Maibueuore. Monday. For ..I.,., of 101 nt. By C. A. KNIGHT. area, near or tan. Also Lot | ta Bradford 0...."'. Flarlda. do he..byivo
.neater teacher her Nine
ar teacher Deputy CIo and wet Half .
.e the
Eat Half of paths that nn eleetio. will b hold toSD.d.t
A..... wood weed *
for Sahool
No. .
.ta..ea 14 Lo
Mtnatowa) forraontaa J. II: FUTCH. Number TwentyWour .
ta Woodlawn .
va" i ,..1. sad. mar....Ia. la*.. Firmer (") _.___ R-rtfen Road and Bridie. Dtatrlet McanaorOne.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS J- ttO M BoUeltor for Complainant l-tO-lt-O-lt TblI' TownaUa" ) Fleet South Bradlord County. ........ us tb Fire
4 "1_".. oIaI.MI br ""'** tt's For aalary of teaaher Ranaw
Creditor* .and all paraom havlne .lalw* or teacher* Twenty-two. a5r 1.1. ToaaeXy J_ A. D. awtaar
tha
;' For sailings of amlnet tew cam** of C. 8. Dttrlln*. tat* of for Z School. No M (Swift Creek for NOTICE OF AN ELBCTIOMBy : : and coj-balf _..., a L. All ta .. the Seventh dar .',...,.1WI.Car the aaa W
pmtteitgfrand the _.t, of B....'...... State of Florida eeeaaed. month. (IMII __ _______. SO*.** the pout tested ta them "by Ute School ford oounty. Florid alactma. thro membera of tb board pa.aa... bead
freight ships to mil trill praam their claim duly 1 authea.tleawd For ..I..,. of teacher or teaahar. Lowe of Florida, Ute Board of Publla Inatm A. S. CREWS I t traataa; On reeeivin the *blzneat. number
\ to >.. undrralaiMd for' School No. SI IN....) for I ta..1' Bradford aoanty orier aa al.mloa
admlnlatratrlx withIn Bpeclal
M_.
fit parts of the fI.'orld.,1.11 ona yvar. or tKay. will b* furarar kai...... month ((1411 __.___?_.___ SOO.M to b* bald at the Iawitg I.II school how onBaturdagr. A. E. AD1ONS. of year vote, i _ta rooalvtac Mid dletriet. tao sort for a 1IiIr torn haat of ash three

other information, write And all pamoM ladbtad to tha Bald rate Fbr alary of teacbar or teaahar. June 4th. 1 11. Sue the nnrpaa* ofoatabHahlaai Satiate (or c-.1aI.." l4ltNOTICK .-* *f vote ta said dlatriot for a term. .. two
ar> mulrvd to par thalr I said. ...... fur Bahool No. I* fPahott1) (a* a Special Tao Bchool Dtetrlet of .
any of the above line or said Adailfilatratrl forthwith. loath Broods (H) __. . i.i L _i ...... the above. danrlt.4 territory, to etoet three number yoan. t and of vote ant ta reeelvtne.said diatrlct the tart for a bl.tarn bai
Dated thia nth d.y of .IIu_ A. D. 1M1 For salary of teaahar or teacher* trans and to detarmlno tha amount of mil- OP ELECTION: of Mid UMt amt
ana year term to bearta oa >
r MARY LOUISA DIIRUKO. for School. No.. U ( Ioao.1 for ken to M saws : IT KNUWN.Tbatw.: .
U'S'SHIPPINC BOARD S-10.1t-54 Administratrix.NOTIC month (So) _.._.___... ____. SMO For 'h. purpaa* of koldU* said. clectloath thou Board of County Commllonr aa member ta *and st '':1> day aa. he of roar;July quality.A. D..1511. or aa aaom thereafter

For slay of teacher or teacher following manaarer* are appointed 0. B for Florid. la IN TESTIMONY! ...... hereunto
q} W HINGTON. D.C for School" No.' 14 (Rlmmldc) for ..... Johnnie Adiiteao to Ch.plw7Wan pnmnan** WHEREOF ass "
FOR 00. Sam Barrell.
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of ..
fl .......
Or APPI.( aa.t ins net rearular meant
our *
DBTD our
i .1.1"r month (II) '_"-___.__u__ ...... L. W. KICKUTER. Sl-eciml Road .
t UNDER SRCTION (71 Or TUB flit Mary. of teacher oe teaaher. B. Two la CounPlortds Number In Stark. Bradford Coemtv. Florida thkt la*
H. W1OGIN8. Chairman Bradford
GENERAL STATUTES do .hereby. ash day of April A. D. 1921. .
for School No. II Millar.
) for -... elve nods that .toe...
Motlaa la hereby Blwn that H. 0. Whabartypurehaaar aa will b* held ta C. A. ROBERTS Chalrmaav
month (7. M. 10) ____ TXO 00 Special Boot and Bride .. Dtatriat
*
of TBS Crrtlrtoat No. 11. dated thaAth For aalary of teacher or teacher* Two Bradford iumbot J. K BROWNLFE.
dar of Juna. A. D. 3511 has tlW aaldartlAasta for School No.' ** (Brook) foe PETITION P0. BUtCTIONBonorabl Tuaaday In County. Florida oa the Firat : H. H. WILLIAMS.

in my olftea and ha mad apriltcatlon aaantha flub ___.-.____ S04.0 Bard Puhll Inetroctlon. Bra*. the. Seventh.J- thereof A. D loll for, th th*.am* (:1'' H.l' GAINEY,
for tax dud- to taaoa la aaoordaxawltk For aalary .vf teaehar parpoac a DOWUNCS.
or taaahar ford Count* noridal alectlna thra _..... of the board .
law.. Bald eartitteata anbraaa* the fol. for School No 40 I Gut 8.r..) formontha We. the aatderaomad patnna of DowlIatschool tmateia. One recelvlna the of bond AtteattO
,lotrlna dwarlbrd. praparty, lltuatad( In And (71. ... 10) u____ TtO OS ;;; 1 petition ronr honorahle body to ash of vote In said dutriot; for a bin-beat term. . W CWrk.ALDERMAN.' .
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