Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 24, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04604
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Former Stark. Man Sandbagged and i Families of G. M. Si.trunk and C. A. ,

-- I Relieved of $275 : Futch Narrowly Escape Flame. I

Explaining Haitway.1Kreaa the!: position Company of the Amer.Vrith and able this commodities shipped under Ice,!i 1 I A dispatch from-; Quincy;; dated June About. 1 o'clock Monday"morningthe I Although our nation, our state and':; I probably heavier than those for like hw

lean application was granted.: We 16th tell of a serious mishap thatbefell fire alarm were sounded and a ,: our county have voted dry, it can offences' in other counties, I see that
regard to rate on strawberry ship- did not make the change, however, ao B. B. Lane, once principal of few minute. later the quick-acting I i I hardly be said that Bradford county is they have not been rigid enough to
menu, D. S. Elliott, vice president of far as Florida shipments were con. the high school here, now secretaryof who fire a dry county. This condition is one accomplish the desired dry result. I 3I
the company, has written Senator cerned, until the close of the season! the "flying squadron." The disT young men compose our that every law 'abiding citizen deplores have tried to deal with the violators ,
Duncan U. Fletcher as follow.: a. we thought it would be unfair to patch say: company were on the scene: of action, and I want to ask the co-opera. calmly and with reasonable lenience

"Hon. Duncan U.' Fletcher, ,United shippers to make the change during B. B. Lane recording secretary: of ;which was the residence of G. M.'Sis- tion of the entire populace to dry and yet the violations continue..
Washington D. C. the the state board of teachers' examiner trunk, corner Call and Church street Bradford county. -
Senate, : middle of the shipping The fact Is. "The prohibition laws
States season known the The fire was all inside the main buildIng My friends, it is not that I to ,
Sir: Your letter of June 4, "The as "Flying. Squadron, WM mean as well as other laws, must and wiltbe I
to the manager of this to our commodity sandbagged and robbed of $276 at an and hard to reach, but the flames be more severe on the liquor traffic, or enforced In Bradford county." If a
addressed Ga. and to tariff cancelint the estimated weightswas early hour this morning on the treet were eventually extinguished but not biased or prejudiced against: it than I it takes straight sentence withoutthe
company, Atlanta. having upon protest of shippers, suspended of Quincy! by two unidentified negroes. before nearly every wall and ceilingof am against other law violations but alternative of fine the law will be
do with the rate. on strawberries In by the Interstate Commerce Mr. Lane who i Is here with the other the the structure the fact Is that the violations of the enforced long I
many room contains as as am responsiblefor
refrigerator boxes from Florida points Commission, and we have been asked two members of the board conducting badly charred. prohibition law. are becoming too same. I do not say this as the
been referred to me,for reply."I examinations left his room in were numerous. Our county, I am told is
the .
has I by commission to confer with the of any law violator or of '
The fire seem to have started in a enemy any ,
enclosing a memorandumwhich the Quincy hotel at 3 o'clock to go gaining the reputation of being. one :
am shippers with a view to reaching If would be ]law violator. I it a*
closet under stair but It is not
shows the dimensions and I down to the office in the lobby to mall a case, of the moat fertile liquor pastures in friend and I friend.
possible your am
and empty, of various i some satisfactory settlement some letters, after working moat of known in what way, though it I I. believed I the etatn. This is a reputation that your .
weight, gross I of the matter, and this we will under the night on examination After It was by mice gnawing ma.tch-I we ran ill afford. Let those who are buying liquor
style refrigerators, and you will note I', take to do. Of course, one-fialisfac- depositing his matt- in papers.the box at es. The flames had al'fadyIralnl'd I I The law enforcement element of our stop It. Lot those. who have stills_,..- >s

that a refrigerator containing: sixty-I tory solution of the matter would be the hotel, he walked out on the streetto a good headway when Mr. Sistrunk people oppose the liquor manufactureand throw them. away. Let those who are

four quarts of berries and welghinjt'I I for shippers to use lighter: refrigerators enjoy the fresh air for a few min awoke to find the danger to which I isle because it Is detrimental to selling and transporting liquor desist and
gross 803 to 460 pounds ) as. !,I, in lieu of the present extremely utes before retiring, and while passing i all his the welfare of the present and the and each one engage in a lawful ; ik 'f va
they were exposed, as own i
been billed at an arbitrary I between the future A few of the violators moral occupation. It la much easierto
past, heavy boxes which would obviate the an alleyway, Empire generations.
his I
family and that of C. A. Futch
stay out of trouble than it la to get ii
while refrigerator I theatre and the office of Dr. S. they in the.
weight of 200 pounds, a :- necessity of carrying such a large E'I i say engage! liquor
son-in-law all
sleoplng upstairs.The
were out
containing eighty quarts, with amount of dead Wilhoit on Jefferson street, {in the business to raise. a little ready and i
weight from 432 to 630 pound. weight. same block In which-the hotel I* 10-1 stairway was all full of flames I needed mqney. I wish to say to the I do not write! this as a threat or
grace been billed at a weightof "I hope we shall be able to reach a cated, he heard a man groaning in and smoke and another egress must be latter that out of all those tried in advice but as frl..ndlcounllt'l) and , .
has satisfactory agreement with shippers alley and stepped in to ascertain what found-and 'found quickly.! So alt the county judge's court, during: my warning so should Iou continue In
250 pounds. without the necessity of a hearing before the trouble was. ,. hurriedly stepped out on the porch on administration, only two have boi.n this lawless game (} and be "' ,
"More!\ than a year ago we made application the Interstate Commerce Com He advanced! about twenty-five feet I tho west side of the building, then able to pay their fines, therefore I duG brought to court that you may knowin .

to the Interstate Commerce mission. Yours truly. when he discovered a negro lying: on I turned to the left and walked t>n tho G not believe that It pays as u !business I advance my view. on the subject ,:
Commission for permission to cancel "D. S. ELLIOTT I the ground: groaning:, as if in agony. roof of the south porch till the enterprise, even for those who arc and] will not think hard of me when tJ"
these estimated weights and to charge: I At the same time he heard hurried was reached connecting main PIUI'lIajt'eI supposed to reap the financial bene I ]pass the limit of the law as sentence. r t, "Nt!

in future on the basis of gross: weight: "Vice President.! I footsteps behind him and just as he fits. Sincerely your friend. a.
lens 25 per cent, this being the allow L The statement referred to in tho started to turn around the negro on building with the kitchen. The lettuce -I I While the fins and sentences Imposed It. A. GREEN, '
o on certain' otner; pensn-anove. letter follow.. _: the round leaped to his feet and !I work on both sides of the passagewas by .me have been as heavy orI" County Judge.
ante granted
I Statement showing certain data in connection with shipments. of straw ly attempting to cut him arparent.1 I to the kitchen roof, from which they y

berries in refrigerators moving: from Lakeland Plant City and Starke, Fla. as he sustained a small gash on the could reach the porch on the east side I" THREE STILLS CAPTUREDMoonihiners WAINWRIGIiT KILLEII IN AUTO ,
back of his head. I I building -CKA8II I
64-qt. R.frb.rator 80.t. R.frileratorLake of the main and were! safe.
Plant Laka Plallt Mr. Lane was just in the act of Meanwhile, their shouts had been s'ii, Keep Sheriff Oflirers e
land CII" Stark. land Clt": Stark. striking back at his assailant. when he I I heard by the engineer of the on the Jump Harry Wainwright nephew ofV.. e\
Height in Inches _______,____-_____'w_ ao 28 24 84 28 28 was struck on top of the head from powerhouse .
and he blew the bit I P. Wainwright, of 1012 Twentysecond
..... 28 30 26 28 35 20 behind blow that opposite, \
Width in inches ..___n-,____.. a rendered his unconscious
whistle which followed Sheriff Epperson and Deputies! Itals- avenue was killed Instantly in an 1 1PI'
steam quickly ,
Length in inches _.__________-,._____ 80 85 33 34 35 33 When' the victim of the ,:" s.i
by other alarms. den and Sapp have recently good: automobile smash near Moore Haven,
attack regained consciousness. he
refrigerators______ 180 225 105:; 195 250 175 : was
Actual wt. empty : t ,
of berries in 80 75 88 100 100 107 still in the dark alley, but had evidently The kitchen with its furniture and,, luck in capturing stills and other according to word received last night ,
Approx. Weight cups. crawled a short distance other contents was undamaged and so things; lined! In manufacturing moon by bin un..ITht! wire received by -
____ __ 125 160 110 125 180 140 i'
of ice _
Approximate weight ward the street He was. able to was the dining room. One or two shine. Mr. Wainwright: gave no details but :
Total weight ________..___<_________ 385 460 303' 420 630 422 to his feet in a short time and tG.j room up-stairs were not damaged On June 10th they found near tho merely announced his. death and requesting ;

Average weight; of three offices ..--- 883 457 gered to his hotel, where a physician much and may be habitable at a pinch home of A. B. Alvarez an elaborate him to make funeral arrangements .i
Estimated billing weight ____._____ 200 250 was called and a stimulant adminis i m
but all the other rooms were badly copper still outfit and six barrels of for Tuesday. The arrangements

-- -' tered. (I burned and all the furniture destroyed mash. Alvarez was arrested, and at will be announced later.
As It was 4 o'clock! when he returned !
YOUNG MAN SUICIDES TO TUB SCHOOL! PEOPLE, OF, to the hotel. It Is. evident that he': The damage to Mr. SIstrunk's a hearing before Judge Green Tuesday Harry Wainwright resided in Tampa -
1 BRADFORD lay stunned for an hour In the alley property l-partly covered by insurance plead guilty and was flnod $:r;0 for a number of years' but for
I II I i I but Mr. court costs. time hits mink- his hums at
Ends Life With Poison alone. Mr. Lane had in his pocket Futch's personal prop. and some past
Joe Carter MorningThe | You have seen our statement in the $150 of the state's money collected In erty, including a piano I is a total loss. Last Friday the officers went to the Moore Haven, where ho was engaged

Saturday paper or have heard of it, and know I fees. yesterday from the persons taking I I The outside walls were not damaged place of Mrs. J. C. Carter, bliout four In the restaurant business. Ills place

and news that Joe that with the scarcity of teachers the the school examinations, as well much! northe roof. This residence' miles. east of SUrUe,, upon information of business was destroyed by the fire\
sad shocking
able to them will not as $125 of his own Tnonev. Some of I built by the late Cant. J. C. Richard, that her son, Joe Carter was enraged which recently swept the Everglade'; "
old of Mrs. J. C. price we are > pay 1
Carter, 24-year son the best it is the money was carried loose In his and later added, to by Mr. Sistrunk, ') In the making of moonshine liquor. town. Tho dood man is survived hy'
dose of bring us so necessary
Carter, had just died from a pocket and some in a wallet. His i' best ; search found in his wife and two small children
for do in this was the constructed In Starke; After a they by
to something helping
himself us clothing hall been rifled
was thoroughly ,
administered by :
poison Starke last Saturday condition along. Some;; one could sayI and all the money but a one-dollar bill 1'and we hope to soon see this c/zy'' the smokehouse a small barrel of his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. T
circulated in
will give the teacher board this yearif and a buffalo] nickel was taken, tha : home restored and its Inmate again mash and nearby In the weeds. three N. Wainwright, of Moore Haven[ ,
morning. The details substantially are very conflicting as another will give it nevt and so on. robbers apparently having overlooked'' happily domiciled there cans and a ]pipe The sheriff told arid l bv n !brother, W. E.': Wainwright, touise
but occurred
I have placed one teacher already this in their search. I I Carter to appear before Judge Green of Philadelphia.-Tumpn Tribune,

follows: with free board and have another of. The police department was notified WOMAN'S ruins (COMMITTEES the next morning, but the case had to June 20th. f ,

Young Carter had been in the army fer of board at a very small price of the occurrence immediately and I rORTHE YEARA be nolle pressed on account of the The young man who thus came to 1 +
for several years, the latter part of teacher. upon visiting the scene of the attack i death of the accused through an untimely d death< was born In Ilrnd. th
the time being spent in a U. S. hose just to get a found an old pocket knife and two While ford find has uncle Tax di
: I Saturday morning.: county un rn
Some will say I pay taxes to take socks half full of sand with which call meeting of the Woman's Club IIUIChlIJ'1
pital. About three months ago he returned rest Carter wrote a letter to Assessor N. 1 Wainwright, living
care of the schools: That \is true and the man had been struck over tho was held Tuesday afternoon, at the
home to help his, mother on her we would have sufficient funds to do head. On the pocket knife was a little home of the club! president, Mrs. W. In Atlanta, i in the presence of In Starke and otlior, relatives In this Itll, s'j

farm east of Starke., Saturday morn this if it were not for interest and in- blood, and it was doubtless the E. Middleton for the purpose of appointing Balsden. Whether there was anything section.! Ills death will !be much deplored

ing about 7:30: a member of the fame debtedness to pay, which takes nearly weapon used. by the negro who first I committees for the year's in this letter that Rave any reason I by relatives and friends.HAMPTON j

ily saw him drink a brown colored liquid one-third of our taxes. This we can attacked Mr. Lane. I work. The officers and committee for his rash act Is not known. H'

from a glass, then he read the and will haveto Mr. Lane suffered no serious injury are a* follows: The latest jolly moonshiner! to get .
It is we I
not help. on us
Bible for a few minutes, after whichhe and is able to attend to his duties today President, Mrs. W. E. Middleton. into the toils was Alva Leonard col
do the best we can; but we are 1st V-Presldent, Mrs. O. L. Haynes.2nd -
in the school
went to an old house in the field much concerned about the children, room. V-Pre&ident, Miss Jeannette ored. Ilia place was searched Satur Hampton, June 24.-Mrs.' Hunt, of

used as a barn, and laid down on the they are looking to us for the opportunities Matthews.3rd day, and In his field, among some Bushnell, has been the guest of Mrs.

porch. His behavior seemed strangeto that all children should have FIELD AND GARDEN PRODUCTS V-Presldent Mrs. D. E.:: Knight.4th thick bushes, were found a complete J. Allen.' j j'j

members of his family, and when The training of mind that V-President, Mrs. A. E. Wall. still of the gasoline tank variety, also Miss. Ethel: Griffin of Starke, Is the :
be got up and moved with a jerky motion viz: proper citizens of II Mr. E. D. Card, who bought the J. Secretary; Mrs. G. M. Inman. some mash. In his house was guest,\ of Miss Ethel Hunt, this week. c
and true boys ,
one of his sister went to him ,, makes good C. Richard place on Water street several Treasurer, Mr. C. A. Futch.' found some of the finished liquor.Lenoard Dr. Mlddleton, of Starke., has made
and asked what was the matter with and girls. I months ago, has developed into a Committee on Civic.: Mrs. W. C. I' was arrested and placed in several professional visits here thin. 'j fits 1';
rural communities the actual Cost! successful Florida farmer and nvd
gar Powell Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mr*. G. M. week
that had taken but bond the next Ills
him. he day.
He answered I jail gave '+
of what a teacher eats Is very small dener. Mr. Card recently left on exhibition Inman Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. Messrs. A. M. and R. M. Williamswere
poison, nux vomica, and that he would and village I at the Bank of Starke samples trial is set for June 30th. fltarke d :r'o
and the board In towns, D. E.': Knight, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs.E. visitors to Monday Vt
he dead in a short while. He fell into are In most cases larger than it should, of the products of his garden Including M. Davis. Mrs. Matt Hall, of Theressa, was a

spasms, and his sister hastened to I a luscious musk melon, Irish Finance: Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs.L. WOODLAWN business) vlstlor to Hampton Tuesday. !

communicate with Dr. E. L. Biggs, of be.When we think of the average: potatoes and corn. Florida soil! responds G. Powell, Mrs. D. C. JonAs, Mrs. E. II. Jones and family, of Tampa, :

Starke. While waiting for the phy. teacher working for $250 to $400 per. so generously to cultivation N. Sternberg, Mrs. J. E. Futch. Woodlawn, June 24.-A large crowd were visiting In Hampton this week. .y ,
slclan, everything was done by his that Mr. Card finds farming; and gardening : Club house: Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, They were on their way to Jackson-
year we see that is very pay here both profitable and pleas attended the choir practice will be the of
mother and sister that they could Mrs. D. C. Jones! Mm. J. H. Ritch. ville where they guests I
of and we must remember too that they ant. Education': : Miss. Jeannette Matthews home o( Rev D. L. Phillips Saturday Mrs. Jones' /grandmother. Mrs. Chalk- !r ; wi
think of, to counteract the effect must eat when school is out or they C. B. Strickland, whose farm I Is Mrs. F. M. Davis, Mrs. C. A. night.D. er, for several days. They will returnto ::'
the poison, but he died about 7:30:: a will not be able to get back the next' three miles east of town on the Starke FuU-h Miss Olive Ray. IJ. Browning was a business vis- I their home by tho way of Ft. Pierce

short while before the arrival of the I : Middleburg road has beaten all records Health! : Mm. F. A. Scott, Mrs. E. {itor to Jacksonville Saturday. j I and Miami. -\

physician. The latter, on investigation f year.Now who will be the first one to this year on early sweet potatoes T. Campbell Mrs.. T. N. Llmbaugh, Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was a j Rev. Gibson preached at the Baptist I a.r a.

was satisfied that death had followed notify me that their teacher will be having made hi. first digging on Mrs. E.': L. Biggs.! visitor here Sunday. church"Sunday morning. and even. ,

nux vomica poisoning. Later boarded free of cost if not entirely June 6th. Several days ago Mr. Music\ : Mrs. /.. E. Wall, Mr*. J, E. J. S. Norman was attending to business ing i I' \
In the day County Judge Green went lowest for Strickland brought a sample of his Futrh, Mrs. D. C. Jones, Mrs. F. H. H. D. May and family of Alarhua j r
the price In Starke Friday. :
free give me to the Bank of Starke and of Mr I
potatoes guests May's ,
to the hold Inquest I Long. county, were *
Carter homestead to an .
formality' which it may be secured. they were as fine as have ever been Program: Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of Lawtey, parents' Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan :H I \' -H
but decide that this ,; The trustee., supervisors or others I seen here. In stripping the vines from G. M. Sistrunk Mrs. L -G. Powell, spent Sunday afternoon here with Mr. this week.Prof.. I i i 1 i iH'

was not necessary. I I will please. notify me at once, what. hi* potato patch last fall Mr. Strick Mrs. O. L. Haynes. and Mrs. D. B. Borwnlng. Witt of Columbia county, (lathe J I f I' 4.+

Young Carter was of a quiet disposition can be done in their respective dis land piled them to one .Ide, thinking School: Mrs. Roscoe McLane, Mr: Mra. Frank Crawford, *If Jacksonville '! guest of his sister, Mm. L. 11. Bed- li i

rather morose and probably'given '' tricts. they would rot during the winter In' Emily Philip" Mr*. E. E. Canova. spent last week here with her enbaugh.J. ",

to brooding. He had many Thanking you for reading this, I am the spring when he went to shift the Legislation: Mrs. D. E. Knight, daughter: Mrs. T. C. Williams.Mr. V. Jones Hampton's leading..* !I"'

friends, and there is much speculation Yours truly pile of vine out of the way he noticed Mrs. N. T. Ritch. Mrs. E. L Biggs: and Mrs. C. I... Milliard attended chant, Is having, his store building re- .#
that of them were still alive. roofed and other minor repairs made. {
have WIGGINS many After the meeting adjourned the Sunday. a
among: them as to what could H. B. church at Wateroak I
He decided to try planting some of John Marr, of Highland, was a visitor .
caused the rash deed. The only untoward County Superintendent. hostess served ice tea and cakes. D. I... Phillips and J. S. Mathis were I
them. His June potatoes were
groyn here Sunday.
I I will i
The regular business meeting 1
circumstance known that these vines. Why would it not visitors to Theressa Tuesday. IMrs. | Waldo will If
from Rev Burke, of preachat
be held the second' Wednesday In July, of Maxvllle
might have influenced him that BAPTIST farmer to B.; C. Butler, ,
be practicable for our preserve Methodist church. '' the Methodist church Sunday. ;
.c :80
: .
the day before he had been arrested I vine from the fall crop for use spent the week-end here with her uncle Claud Houser celebrated' birth. I .

by the sheriff officers for having In Sunday school, 10 a. m., J. T. Qulg-, in early spring planting: } This would and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Car- day with a party Jane 14th. Supper (

his possession a whiskey still and ley superintendent. Everybody wel- make it possible to begin placing new PRESSING CLUB ROBBED and refreshments were nerved aftejr f:
some "buck." Yet while in Starke to ; potatoes on the market early in June.. ter.Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Norman were which the guest motored to the lake :iE

arrange bond for his appearance be- come.Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sermon Monday nigttt someone broke Into visitors to Starke Thursday. where bathing was the order of the

fore the county Judge the following "The Conflict Between the Prince of TOWN HALL STRUCK 'BY LIGHTNING I. Sloan''' steam pressing establishment evening.! Watermelon Were served,"" I i' I
day of the Power of and stole] a coat belonging to THOUSAND BAGS OF at the conclusion j
he 'referred to the matter in a Peace and the Prince FIFTY Those were Misses Maggie. ,
the proprietor and a pair pants RIVER i
joking said to ONIONS DUMPED
He is also
manner. the Air. : Hunt Thl
Maxwell Ethel Mary
About 11 m. Monday it.was discovered owned bY a customer. The police have
have told friend the same day service, 8:30.: Sermon, and Mrs. C. E. harper f( and
a on Evening From the : : Mr. > r.
that that the interior of the steeple not yet' found the, culprit. This week reptihe;;; Delta (Col.)
he was soon going to Atlanta tG.,.' "God's Greatest Gift. stolen Mrs. F. E. Henry and Percy Griffin 1 t
surmounts the town hall was fact that nothing else was
that the ,
marry a girl there, and nothing In his B. Y. P. U. meets at 7:30 p. m.Wednesday .- well stocked with Tribune, teamsters completed The evening< was pleasantly spent. ,
on fire. -Alarm was given and oar when the place was of fine onions '
different revealed that meeting, 8 p. m. dumping of 60,000 bags I _
conversations prayer alert fire soon had the flame clothes, it U believed that the burglary order to .
welcome to.OI1 company into the GunnUon" river in PRESBYTERIAN
*: premeditated suicide. The resolve i iwas I We extend a hearty
I was perpetrated by a runaway
extinguished.From worth
the sacks, the sacks, being -
apparently made Saturday morning for all these services.KEILSEY the of convict who wanted salt of citizen'sclothes. nave
During his convulsions he gave the fact that spire the more than the onion. Our announcement got crowded outlast
found lying on the ground week but had services not I
Some directions funeral and Supply Pastor. steeple was It seems that the transportation we
about his (
allke his his sweetheart among splinters torn from the steeple : charges were more than the price of withstanding the whooping cough, and]
family to notify SUPPLY PASTOR It was evident that the fire originated METHODIST the onions. So the railroad) loses a we will try It again next Sunday.
what had taken place. BAPTISTS Sabbath school 10
at a. m.
from a stroke of lightning that IB-car from one little station -
The interment: was at Kingsley cemetery Baptist had hit the steeple about 7:30 the school 'at ten m., I... A. shipment the Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject "How
evening the First Sunday a. alone, while In town consumerpays V 1 +
Sunday 5
leaves to Get On in the Christian Life.
deceased s
Sunday. The (
called Rev. Walter same evening Davis, superintendent. > 12 cents a pound for onions or
Starke I .
"Is mother who have church of "Cuba." Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.Sermon
and four sisters, Jacksonville, a* supplypastor Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject does without th rn. That Is late
of at 8 (
the sympathy of all In their bereavement O. Kersey, August. By Mrs. M. Lw Smith entertained the Sermon at 8:30: p. m. Subject, "The p. m. Subject it 4).F!
until the first of i enough: for honest people): ,
reading circle of the Methodist missionary Two Bed is.. Stoke NF NFj
be the Lord. vk1 i (:
time regular pastor will on and The following: people are "Yon Must Be a Lover of
this a societyMonday afternoon, *t Special music at both morning< ,,
the duties of the spending while at Kingsley/: lake: Come with vn next Sunday for we
The hot and dry weather we had hand to take up the parsonage. Mrs. J. W. White was evening. Roscoe MeLane and family, J. M. start for Kentucky next Mondav ant itt

suffered from was broken by a good ehurch. student of Stetson I the leader for the afternoon and the Prayer meeting every Wednesday Truby and family A. W. Andersonand will have no services during July
Kersey is a subject was "Disarmament. During evening at 8i80.:
rain rains Mr. Grace J.
Miss Wewantu.
Sunday and subsequent family,
kSV. University, and was formerly a pastor the social] half hour the. hostess served H. L. SMITH, t
proved refreshed the roads.the vegetation and Im- in Jacksonville. ice cream and home-made cake. Pastor. II.JlltcU and family ',- DAYIDLLANDRR ,.

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- -- ---- -- - LAKE BUTLER attend the normaL Balane 575.5'' Mar. 1W1. I k t.... and om t to th. bill
j 1 and has moved his family haw Mar 1. 1921 --- 1-.W. and belle!. .
FIVE MILE 1 Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, made several -' Iteevlpt during month or my G. W. ALDERMAN!:
pfeMile: I CLEItfeVS KtPOKT Lake Butler, June 24.-Miss Norma ,, professional calls here last week. Varrant BUne Jan totted 1, 1921, "...$I| SEAL!: ) Clerk Bedford.. nC untr
i June 24. -P. P. nwMv Stark Fla.. Jam 1. 121. Dekle visited relatives) here Saturday.Mrs. Fred flaxen left Wednesday for Drainer. h. j .
of; Court
attended the funeral of Report of th.. Clerk lh Glean Sarasota where be will visit his brother Bhino Mar 1. mlI 120.90twd Br C. A. KNIGHT,
V I-. Dekle I Bradford County Florida o. account Vida Dekle has accepted I Danntr .
for .rlt.
; In and a po- 'I _pta during month" ....... "
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t ... Fritz Townsend T.1Carter. of tsra ..-.4 lord 1'.. J.te.i anion with the Farmers & Dealers J. V. Hazen, for a few days. j .' _.-__
t tsM and Mrs. O. were i W..uTES.Tu Collector Bank. Several from here motored over to Balance'ja'1 1. 1921 __ 120..* No Worm la a Healthy Child
Mra. P. P. Dekle Worthington Friday afternoon and Widow VBUneo .......
} }q ;' yuaet.8 of their aunt To Bradford Counts I Mitch' Markey has sold his stock of enjoyed a swim. Mar 1. 19tlRoortpt Slt.OI All children troubled with Worm bar.* an uobMlthroolat. -
, 'J'hura4ay to Saturday.Mies I c...., Pr*.*r ..0'1.48W.rraD" . tod Irani blood and
a'l I goods to Lacy Douglass. durlnar month .which: : *poor a*a
Norma Dekle returned Friday .. t.o bal du. . "" '" .SSl"Jun Othoe Matheny, who has been very la._ .._?-..-... 2M.00 rule than U mans Ins atomacb diatarbiao.
relativesinMCeorglal ... Uncle Dick Davis of Five Mile,wasa ill is somewhat this ____ M2.4t .
at writ
with improved Ba
4 from an extended trip ''M.r amt eollecWd --- -'--- .' on. Jam 1, 1921 ------ CKOVE 8 TASTELESS CHILL TON1O tfwa muhwt -
I < business visitor to Lake Butler Sat 1_ 1. IM1. .. wHleork tile
-: .. ......,.... !..... '1'Lewill'.Sbnv.r !at two t1aree Wood
the truest of 1. to bal ------ .7I I urda,. motored to Worthington Bradford County. ; ImPrse.tb.41, a.t1t .". _..a"5tnDttJI.
Blume was
j \i nn and F.rfalur.Mar R. D. Drawdy of Five Mile Monday morning. I .Slate of Florida.. ...... .._.nt! suing Talc:to tile wbctlo pass ........ will thon
Mra.'P. P. Dekle Saturday. t. U bal do ,..,. -. -.tws.u was hmkr eertifr that the * the......... .
i entertained a few y.., Je'.41 transacting business in Lake Butler I>r. Middle ton, of Starke, was here of the receipts and. dlabuwmMiU of t'". throroeerdYpd
Bliss Mae Duke and Br jntBaonote4 ------'- ------ Friday afternoon. fund. of Bradford County for the month of parfeot" health.\ Pleasant a tabs prl bath

+: "#' : friends frames were Saturday features evening.of the Music evening. Jun 1. to bal .... ............ ....+ .....17M.P Saturday.John Padgett has returned_ 'home

r ''I' Among those present were Misses CC'8 i .. U. from North Carolina,, where he has FINANCIAL BTATCMKNT COUNTT SCHOOL
Ruby Proctor Norma, DekIe-MAe and Ur-Mat ...oueottd4N.51. bees attending school. FUNDSCooaty I
,1MPDuke., Messrs. Evan Hodge,f Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell and Sidney nprrlnUndtnr. auaanat atatmrat
"Tom Markey, Ardall Drawdy RaJ'i ,, "u... 1. jo( bal *.. -="______--- 7N.1t ) Padgett spent last week at Clearwater of county ........., anito for tb'._Dill 01

mend Hewitt, Dewey Duke J. M, andy Ww..p_ raI where they attended Vie Ep- M.r. "".' .
i .. I M.r 1. la bal du. UOI.IIDr ,
-, Dukes. ... 10'1.41 worth League apd Sunday School Ca.ral Rchaal r.ajOverdraft Farms WantedWe
J : Desmond rat .olUetad u. convention Mar 1. IIIU -,--,-.. ... tlMRaerlpt .
The sing at Five Mile schoolhouse which was in .session at that during month ___ ____14.11..l/
Sunday afternoon was well attendedand Jun., to bal...* ______--.i N/i/. Uses Warrant. ........ ___..-.._.155.41

a, greats enjoyed by those present. .I M.r 1. to bal do CMKtr__ScbMl.. ..U.... Dr. Morrl.onTof Adel Ca., was the Balane Jun.. 1. 1M1 -_..,.-1H .1*

a Mra. B. }L. Duke and daughters Mae D, amt aoIleeta4! i.i. t.148..4 guest this week. Dl.lrlrt N.. 1

and Gladys wereIe.ts. of Mrs. De Jun 1. to bJ d.... _- -n...... Mrs. John Smith .returned to Dade Balanc_pta Mar-during.' month 1B21 __._.. 1".11.'.11 I

.r kle and family Monday. 1 Ovatr: P.11.. City Monday Warrant kniora' ___________ '.De
.", B. I* Duke was a bWllne..' viBltor Mar 1. t. bal do . . ... ..- U..OO Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Johns and son, Balano Jan 1, ItM __ 110.10
to Midway Tuesday. 1 I Br amt ...11.*... or 161.00 George, accompanied by Joe McKin- IH.trlrt N.. S are now preparing our cata-
Overdraft Mar 1. laU 5.10Raatpta
J" Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Andrews were ',Jan 1. to bal do. ___ ::;;t. ney, motored to Starke Sunday. during- month _r--_fj___ 1M.17
hr ..s.' guests of Mr. and Mrs. B., L. Duke Total Cub jclml Brady Brown has recently purchased Warrant l.... __-_-.-..,,,..n. as.SI log for early fall and would like to
Sunday. Mar 1. to bal du 5104.51 the home of Mrs. B. P. Wilson. Balano .1...... 1. 1521 ___... 1MM
i, v ,. Butler Br amt ooUettad' 1 ....... ..... _18".11 OMnrl Ma.' *
of Lake Rev. S. S. Proctor filled
Mrs .Joule Stewart his appointment Balance Mar 1. lull -?_...?___ US.84 have at least six real bargains to
y I, spent the week-end with her mother Jun. 1. to bal du .__.._. ------- !46.47 Sunday, at, New River and RoMlpt durtn month _-._-.__._.1121.11
Mrs. B. Dukes. She was accompanied Bat. ....... B..bMay the State Farm. Warrant taauvl -___...__.__197L7/

1 ;. borne by her sister Miss Hattie Dukes D,. ..>. t.....coUoetedJun bal d... __ ..'.-.1'__tS2.S1 Miss Ruby Proctor, of Bartow, Is a Balano. Jan 1 bland 1921 ._N t.-.. 4 _? UI.4CI I list. If you want to sell and have '
a' rye i. J. S. Howard and family were the .j. I truest of her..grandparents' Rev. and 1Alan. Mar .t. IDil .-._?.__.? 1M0
t f ... truest of II. S. Long and family Sung 1. to bal do ._-Mll Mrs. S. S. Proctor.P. ftoerlpt durlna- month ______ 1474 something attractive in quality and
N o-w: ALDERMAN: P. Dekle, of Five Mile, attended Warrant tautdrl, __
; 9a 't Clerk Circuit Court.Sal . Balano Jan 1. 1921 ..__ 204.50D4tdet
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I t Tommlo Thomas has rented the ( l) 9f C. A. KN10HT. the Masonic lodge here Thursday N' .. t I offer
_ farm owned by the Lake Butler. .Bank Dep.., Cl.rk. I evening.H. Balanc* Mar 1. 121 _. (.01RM.IPI price to come to see us at
r Long, of Five Mile was a business during th------: _... 11.19 i
j .. .- - Warrants la>utd, .______ SO BO 1
visitor to Lake Butler ? -
.. Monday Balane. Jun.. 1, 1921 _____??__. .24Mitrlct 1 once.
J. H. Williams , -. B. Z. Matthews afternoon. N' .. 1 I .
to II' Billy Roberts. and eon. Math, were Balane. Mar. 1. 1821 _._?__ t i.71 :
f trading In town Saturday. ReOTint/ durinir' month' ____ I M
Warrant IMIUMI ._.____?_. 8000: !
INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANY Miss Delia Colson of Jennings wasa Balano. Jun. 1, 1921 ---- ..,26527
pleasant visitor to Lake Butler on m.lrtct N.. TRalane. 1

Monday. Mar IA 1921 -_.._,,,._ 149.41 E. A. Strout Farm
Krwlnu. during month ..._ ._.:. .
19 49
If don't rub against the White Wash won't it Miss Pearl Roberts ?-
.you you get Five Mile Warrant hued. .________rr-j-T.- ....,-.
t was a visitor to Lake Butler Satur- Balane Jun. 1, 1921 -.??..? 174 91DUtrlet
T w ", on you. day. N' .. t

Miss Marshall Proctor Balane Mar 1. 1921 ._.?_?___. 224.27R.a.Iit. Agency. *
G The Intrr-State Realty Company will get out the first edition of Its returned to during month __-___.._ /1.81
i HOME-SEEKERS GUIDE her home Friday evening from an extended Warrant .blued' -_, 9.00
't' vl ; visit to points in Georgia.A Balane Jun. I. 1921 .-.. -.rr---- $91.14 I
, t July. 1st carping adrertlsementa of millions of dollars worth of property chicken pilau was served-at the i-> no. I I-G. M. INMAN, Representative
Ralana Mar I. 1921 ____.,.._...
listed for sale or exchange throughou t the United States Canada and Mexico. club room Friday evening by the ladies KM.IPU durinir month 11581 1.4. I .

J i If you have property for sale or exchange list It with us at once. The of the Missionary society and a Warrant umjcd, ___...-T--.,.....__-__ STARKE FLA.Civilization's .,
,. advertising costs you nothing on com mission listings. It will be our. bard neat sum was realized. Balane Jun. 1. 1921 ...___' 120.8

lurk If we fall to find you a dftt.I Rev. W. C. Armstrong delivered} an Mar 1 ul.1.le/w.1: : ._IIBalane _....-.. 147.28 j

able address a4 the Baptist church'' Receipt during. month 10.8 .. ...... nll
im.mV. ='r..umn"u=.m""mUD' 'D' m.m. n.
Sunday morning.Mrs. arrant* .......... __ ___ .g''D. g'D..r.'r.'Dl1wm""m"m"'JJ
t ; I |HInter-State[ ]Realty?Company, SchelljBuilding; S. A. Draper of Leesburg Tfturs wasa Balineo Jun. 1 UUIrlct. 1921__N._._U,-_. 2117.84 - - . -- .- .- ...

i '""" guest of Mrs. P. M. Padgett. BaUnc Mar 1. 1M1 -__ __,.,,. 1S4.2*
118 SLAKE BUTLER UNION FLOIUD day. R....lpt* durlnmonth. ___ =- ::-::-.
Mrs. Vascoe Dowling and baby of Warrant .IauedBala. ___---.-,-- ._, .
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/ - Jim. I. 1921 ._.._..:=_ 111.1 ;T-
theIe.te of Grandma
Ill...... Na.' 12Balanc
t Yon will make a mistake Hewitt this week. Mar 1. 1921 _________ 488.77 -= "r -.. ..J..
f Big Reduction In! Prices R. M. Price of Jacksonville\ mo- R ct>ipt* during month ______ 18J1Warrarant. \ :: I'-j! n .:'
; \ If order fertilizer .__
you your tored to Lake Butler M n.d ___ '
I Balanc Jun. 1921 .______ 'j ,.I -
t 'i \ without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty Mrs. W. E. Loadholtz and children' 1.Dl.trtct N*. 11 481. ,,, \ : 'F..
of Materials prompt shipment. Order Fertilizers Insecticides of Jacksonville the BaUnc _______ ,. = ,
now. spent weekendas j Mar 1. U2I til IS
l c K elpt" Burin month .___.. ...* ,r" to, ; .n -= < '
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wil : ----E r.
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; : Sprayers, I'oultry Supplies. I Warrant ,.u.d ..... -M...- ,:JC' \.j J. I+. r- to'
\ Name I Balane Jun 1. 1921 :____.. =! S19.I4 / .. .. -.j- .
E. O. PAINTER -- t
: Miss Annie Howard and brother, Dfetrlet N' .. 14. ., ," ;l1 J 1 ... .'!Ii: r. : :" _'''!
'i JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Marcus, of Dukes, motored to Lake Balance Mar. 1. 1921 _____ 115 Butler I Receipt during month ._........__ 101.12 ,/ \\\ f1.I ..i/.i.( f"\\lJ'V: ::rt'lfF=4:: ;'\ ( I IiY
i Get May 20th Price Lists. Nof furnish Ing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brands"i Tuesday. Warrant laiutd. _____.,____.,,-_ e.oo j, \ ..f, 1 Ii ; ...' Ii
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Jim and Brady Brown of \ !t.
,r Miller. Balanc June 1. 1921 ..._----- S10741 r11 \ .l'-, JF;.- ,; "
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motored to Lake Butler Saturday.: : putrlct N.. IIOvtirdraft Iln' jj" 1 [

: .. Mr. and Mra. T. A. Carter visited : Kc...ipi* "during Mar! 1.month 1921. _______, _-______ 65.71 71.S5)) ' \fa;1 3,.C.. rt \\ ; ; \.: \\\.'.\:. t ...''r. "'fJ'' f
relatives In ,
Lake Butler
Saturday I Warrant tmiwdi ____________ :
j ja ;$* MXaC!** f-y.'y*,V3s*!' '*jy3!. ES5T 'ff '< Gene Sheller and iSeeber Dukes of i Overdraft Jun.. 1. 1921 ___________ 11.83 + I L."\"'" ," .<):<;-.. g ..,..._... .:1'\\\X\\ .". ... ..*'. ..'1,!,. ,
Dukes, motored to Lake Butler Sun- I 1 DI. ;.. N.. IIBrian II . . .. f y
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.. Mar 1. 1981 _____ 22.98 r.- )' IliI . ,.; ., .;. t 1' f ... ,
day.Mr. I Receipts. durlnr month _....______ IIR.88 "" i- '; !.i .:' ,a..,. r:: Jo, .'1". Ii'" -
a 1 K':7Lx71GLTilCt 112 .. i! .L + and Mrs. G. W. Alderman of Warrant .fanned ___....._______ n.oo ;,"J. " :',"':...:.", / .: . .'
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} I Balanc Jun. .' .1. ) '" 'tt'o'1, \ .
5 Starke attended the funeral 1. 1921 118.11I
.. of Fritz ; ,"J' I :. '. \/ '
.durYalSffL. 1.Tr : ; !: :
> Townsend Thursday. I j IJl.trlet--i---- 9 I .. ,, :( If$. ;(
1. kt' I Balance Mar 1. 1921 .111 ! Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, of Itocefi't during. month----__ 211.88 / .- ''' '. -;
t'' JUNEBrunswick! Starke., motored here Thursday. Warrant 4.ud. a 4.00 \.'. :7 :;'f'..., .;;,....J. II t. (. J '
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Wade Kennedy, of Raleigh N. C., Balanc Jun 1 lll.lnrt, ...... 26,10: I ).-:, u."" .. t.. I" " ..." ... ,.. .
I. greeting friends in Lake Butler I n ,, ; ;.H", ;.;., . "..
Ovonlraft Mar 1. 1021HeertpU ________ ".80 ,; .' '
his week durlni month _________ ".118 / "" ;
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] Records] Messrs. Math and Tom Dukes cf Warrant I Unued u__________ IS.OO ; \ .; :{:... ;-.t ...' .... ..'t-\-
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Five Mile were In town Saturday.Mrs. I I Balane Jun 1.UUtrlct 1921 -Nil' 11__ 110.98 :toIr..".;..;:. I'! / .-"' -\of,..,' '

Hattie Dukes was a week-end | Balane Mar 1. 1921 _____ 21110
11 -ON SALE TODAY visitor with 'her sister, Mrs. Will I Receipt during month ____ '.'0
i Stewart. Warrant blued. ___-_____?_.
{1 : Thl. roroprohon-rtv Kit cf Jun. record I U before the public] Mrs. Will Stewart spent several Balance June 1. 1921 .-Na.-_-_.__-? 1900 Greatest
M tj' orche.tratd and recorded with thought for variety. days with her mother, Mrs Barbara Balane Mar 1.Ulmrlrt 121 -._* __ 2B 22Reeelpta

+. fr..hne.*s and finish. W. are confident that It will meet with Dukes, of Five Mile this week. during. month _.. .. 11.M
d l f'' the appreciation of every class of music-lover Warranta 4aiwd ___________ Achievement
Miss Ollie Hague and Richard Balane Jane 1. 1921 _____ 298.07IMilrlet
Come.. You'll farvlj- want to hear thin r.con/. Vague: of Brooker were visitors here No. 21Une
f Saturday. > Hay 1. 1681 ______ M9 41itccelpu Some Eskimos were brought down to
during month ._, ....__ 1.7f
CONCERT tl Virgil Edwards was in town last Warrant laciMd. ___- ,__ Edmonton, Alberta, on official business
I 10010 ataJ..u..1a tN..p Nt.. F.& S...) week on business.D. 11.1...... Jan 1. 1921 ____ S4S.1T ,
i. { -._". 4. .1".,. . M.ri. W Borum spent Monday at Lake IH.trlct N' .. II They had never before been south of the
,:1( 90006( I EW FJI (Ylddi.A Say d M..r......) (Selt.dill.FI."..) Butler.M. Balance May 1. 1921 ........._.. ,_., 77 It Arctic Circle.
iooroao ,. Receipt during month ______ (1491 :
1901 booh7J.rdoa A. Knight, of Glenville Ga. _
'i Warrant laened _... .. ...
H4 r2,, 1:1O'10: *+B.*m.mG'rt.... -.ttomrl. Bou'JDw. . .(.Acllrt. .(.Bait.h.rd)De..ple spent Friday evening with his aunt Balane Jun. 1. 1921 _' ____ 69.18lI.trid They had never seen a street, a town, a

,' i I.U Fe.All Curmhr. Mar 1. 1921 L lSe 30RmrlpU or a wooden door. A bed a water
n' 1)021 Til T.1.. You ll*| Amto. Kalhlo. (W..t.nJo.4) Mrs. D. W. Pinholster of St. Pe- dude month .-, 4I.24Warranta ,
+ US IAaTKii\oa'cSIt; .,; Tno Karl. and CreeceotMeleTna: tersburg, was a weekendlest of Mr. .leaned ____r ,.?. .- ....?.. LB.l.nce tap, and an electric light produced completely .
I \ : ) TcM>r Thoo Karl* and Mrs. John Croft.A. Jun. I. 1921 _____ ....14
R..... (III....) Ulmncl N. 24 new sensations. Street cars were unknownto
001 { Csnf re/re ElliaBath Lennox and C_.,Mel.Trio E. Proctor spent Thursday at I BaUnc Mar 1. 1921 .___ _. 1'/8.1'
i Cradle S_ ( >..) C_lr.Jr. EUi.faela. Leniun Sapp.Dr.. Receipt durinit. month ..______-___ 110.47 them; telephones unheard of; trains not to

1 J. M. Mann made a professional Warranta l.Kd ---......-.-.-_-.__ be believed even when beheld.
VIOLIN trip to Baker county last week. I Balane Jun 1. 1921 __ 184.01Ubtiiet

''C W'5 ft{ 10002 100 t Ma..l..l.Vtol... $aI.A MIM.* (C".K.ltI.r. . ) . Mart R_ Mrs. Anna Mann returned to her Mar 1. 1921 --N.-..- -IIBalane . T ... 121.54Realpta They had never seen an automobile until
home in Glennville last Thursday after during month ____ 1171
INSTRUMENTAL : a pleasant visit with Dr. and Mrs. Warrant I..... ____ S84.81 someone took them riding in one. They had

hk p7, ''i 50'11 ........z..a._w." .. '..'-a.. (V'.*::ell:'e) .. .Bead r J I. M. Mann. She was accompaniedto Balance Jun. 1.tJIo.1911......Na.'..,.14Balane ..___ S7171 never set their eyes on an airplane until some-

4y i tI I 1.00 {Victory Feettral Mama. (Veeeelfo) VemUa'e llal.. Band Jacksonville by Dr. Mann. Mar 1. 1921 _. ,. . ., ISO.44ReeelpU one did his most daring stunts in one to thrill
1 Miwh Lethea Coleman of darlni month j 1.91
V POPULAR Springs the Tarpon Warrant "burned, ____,---,-,, .. ...____. .... them. They had never even seen movie I
r1 ? i ia .guest of her sister, Bala.... JOB 1. 1911 .____ SSI.43Ubtrlrl a
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u..c.-. ;. Crlterleei l QuartotCcitarloa Mrs. F. A. this week.
r S010 k-G6.4 / Mat. Wise No.' 27 But what do
1.00 ( K- iv 6.1) Quartat The Woman's Club met Monday afternoon Ralane Mar 1. 1921 ..?. 8671 you suppose moved them most
a _Will From ".s.I"" (l>* Sytvm Kmrmt' month _._.._ m the whole '
t' .._ _.. ...... and after a short business Receipt during 116.61 bag of tricks which civilization
2050< s NOT T. Aa0.v] ad Sum AoIaB Warrant .*u.d _____...._-.-.-.
I v 4 ,," {leekhwtMS.M.IJmng'r... 5./.0..511..r..) session the club enjoyed a social. Miss Bal....... June 1. 1921 ?_._ 101... produced their amusement and amazement?
htmt c 11 a S.NS.e ..., 1._ ; *rMMA.drrand&uaA liWhir Leitha Cochran rendered a solo and tlb."d l N. 21
h; r 0..', L*.-M*. M., br Mln 1 (Co*'. & ......SMMIf was enjoyed l by each one present. The Balance Mar. t. 121 ,. 8918 What seemed to them the wonderof
i :0'11 B..a. a-ttu. Receipt durlna- month ______ 11.0111
,, e5. W7emn,4-L.if.te (V9tfi.m.. hostesses, Mesdames Johnston Par- Warrant .Iaeued. -_____.__._-_ 460 all ?
{ 7..._sad" B..Ir. ca.Nut and Emott S... rish and Roberta, served ice tea and Balanc Jun 1, 1921 -.-... -_ 166.10niilrlet
I' P II t W...... I V/OO.F...'('.) sandwiches.A. No. 29 The cold storage plants I
2I.; y Male Quartet Balance Mar 1. 1921 _____.811.MRecetpta
y 1 074; .I Wa*Bern..MecManai (FMjN. .Cer*.rHafw C. Strickland spent Monday in dorlntr month. . 4.31Warranta The White
,1 1.. .. .... .....Quartet Fackson ville.Miss I...... ____,.....__. 404 Man didn't always have to
FOR DANCING Trumle Rivers and brothers Balanc* Jun 1 1921 --_.--_ 360.17 hunt and fish when he wanted to eat!
J. D. and Wilbur of Miller motored INetrtct.;;. IIBalaJM
'd UmlanathIt.w.awSk.-F.aTae I t.t..d..M '"JN.eee Mar i. 181 -..__. 10* 10Reeelpta Here
_ 50'11 bhani JiM eerOrekeelra here Sunday afternoon I II durlnc month ... ..-_ ".10 was civilization's greatest gift, its
; 1.00 Aabh.4B.pWrvmkH.rmT.Jdhl.b.mJa.r'Orch..maof I Warrant .taeiwd ____ - greatest benefaction.
T'M'N..W.lta tL FeatM1"Orelwetm. BROOKER Balane .1..... 1. 1921 ____._. 131.MIMurlet

p, !.5o Cd..maTi.-W.ka H.I.dp-Ca.:it__'. o.c..awn Mar 1. 1921 .No...' .. ,.IIBalanc --, II 80 Thia feature of civilization makes it possible for

Laet My Heart.. .*-'.. T.t ,.,...I.w..C."...... Brooker June 2<&.-Rev. Ridenour Receipt dart_ month ..,... 1111 Swift & Company, ia the season of over production,

2Mtt.5o 1'B 'ICo.-.VI': Trot It..fyW.c.hf. f.rroW"c.>i- C".4_ of Gainesville ia conducting a meeting ] Warrant Balance Jun award. 1. 1911i...........,._, ....4 to store a supply of food for distribution in the season

S.." ae4WLd./t'.GBtmwr. here this week at the Missionary J.n* 1. 131. of scant, or non-production. Thus we are aWe to

200 Ya..V.e-/Fr-r Tro. I Cereawta.O-a Blether. Noeohy led baptist church.Mr. I BRADFORD COUNTY maintain for all
, F 6. ___-"- ,... ( ........"..o-5re *..> Terry of Lawtey was here STATE OP FLORIDA. a constant supply of such choice and
I I Greed Brothee' Navalty Ba4 attending to business af- I I hereby" ....If.. that the feTantnc atmto.mnl necessary foods as Premium Milk-fed
f* ' ",""", _7'r'.' ,......,..... "forConsumer's 'Wednesday .f th. Receipt and Dbhuraement.. ot 8rookfld.utter and chickens
1997 AaF"' _Sal. fa Ira. 1 the fane .f Bradford County for th* month Brookfield Eggs.
i , Stu{ ........ ,,-'_ T.., i.4.doeiai', ,IIIIao1..1..r-r Miss Vera Surrency, of Pine Hill, of Mar. 1921. ia tra and correct to. th*
} --,_. Mario Paorr spent a few days of last week here, i icue.t beat o* mr kncwled and bell.,
'... _Tat iaf.Jat4y "". .. ." H. B. WldOINS.8aprinUndent .
l of friends.Mr.
,.,.. *F :. .( Pablw le*tract Ion.STATTUBNT
.,.{SLlula ....-F.. T... '.'....,. ... .. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son
C-TFaa..Onkaw. Paul and Miss Lydia Groover spent FINANCIAL Of COCNTT yM
Sunday with friends at Graham. FUNDS" ) J6f
I Little Artford and Irish Brown have Monthly financial atatMoml of Bradford
Lumber Co. aunty for th* month of Mar. 11.Ceneral el
been very ill for the past week but we FandBalanc.

are glad to report them better. Mar 1. 1921 _...............8t17.! a
Mrs. Cone and children of RMdpw _n. month 1078.7*
Mr. and
', STARKE, FLA. Warrants .taaurd ._.--.._.._..... .1....
Tampa. are here on a visit with the Balanc Juti 1. 111 _____4U JI
formers! mother Mrs. Emily Abbott. Fin and .."....... Pad
Misses Eunice Hasen Marguerite n.I..... Mar 1. 131 --1781.t3
lF Shriver and Edna Baxter left Mondayfor Receipt durlna-. month -_1111I.83
Warrant loaned
t , Plm Gainesville where they will attend B. ..... Jo 1. 121 __... .'89." Swift ,
N M 'h 4 llry ne } the normal. .... FundBalanc & Company U. S. A.'

pho o ,.* Recrd'r.1 Miss Lorene Bryant of Wauchula. Mar 1. 121 . 19667 ,
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Y1i Arty spent lat week here with her friend Warrant Receipt durins iaaued. month t ___ .____._ 11&.41

Mrs. B. T. Crosby. dIBS Bryant left Balane* June. 1. 1921 __--111....
Sunday afternoon for Gainesville to Outataadlaa. rug


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Notice I Ia h....,. .''ven that tha au w.>em> deaeribed land will .. told at publle .uaUo. D-.dpdm. Baa Tt B. ... Owner a Taw I.M.- .***'"
.. of before the H" 01 bII4: a NI DoocrIpu I.. T. a. A 05551 a (. N..
,< .o tha FIRST MONDAY IN JULY. 1121. It b tba 4th dar aaid month 6E4 W :", .
r I I Court How Door at Biarka. In Bradford Count. State of Florida, or aa lDuebbef aa .f of lOB" 01&E'4 EH of NEN!: _ IM 4 *- 80 Unknown - ills.
NH of of 11 .l Mr Marr ThorntonNWW ..8.
{Ch will be n eo .arr to .rrbe: amounr due for taxee eat tie aama lo.etber with tbaaoet a IWyw of 8&w. .1 aE\4IO\ I M SM Idenl American Corporation .'.'fI of W"_SEW .-..-11 rr.$ 4 4 XI 40 Mm. Marr Tbom _ 'I.IT

r, .1 { of such HIe.n. "' .... Tax Collaetor.Taxaa. NESS. ; .f HW" 11 I" 4* Kllwood; Uarnea _ ".IT BH of 8EV4 of awiz", _: i T'-tll__ T 0 St SO Mm Minnie Mann l La1
dl of 84W',4, 11 I II K C ______ 11.81 Com at NW Cor of SEW of NW
8 of NB: --11 II K D lAD .
4 b1W of WU IU.64 W .ruD..I rda, "-B
Ii 4 A
.: DaacrlpUaa M.. T. L A OmarMM a GA. Car _wopt_ L. 50 rda to pt of be., tamo 8
.I. 8 SfIt David P Coffin .
AU S% .f NW'4 of 8WU 8M )SW,Ktf y.SW : liW I(, __-_-- t 1 1* Mm Nellia M .....-...U ?5 Jot \0 Ii:_o? of"de her 70 7d.. WEH,5 I Hrn" Tarlor - 19s

r % lyla bouts Wt ofyI.NEa A SMT of NWW NE,* 01 Nww ___nnrlt 0 si I" Mb IIlaalD Moan _ 11.1..
) ;, : : .....14 11 40to Mr. Ida- A......... ..., Ll7Yt .edit A NB W of WH of BWW: of NEW_It f ft I" 'J' B Uaadlq _ lL.. '
r ,. No1ytvt NW oc NW'4 -+ 9 IB ..... Ida Anderaon l..111 446WNy.W14S&sN NEW: CT; at J3"' of wX y of 864
''tt bg of liE ____ I 1 IBIB 4., M. B. Powell ___. .. '..ot'l ____--1. .). N IM Idenl American Corporation 0.04 of! NEW.! ran. 8 105 ft to pt
4 ),11:Q of N _________11. 40 W. C. William ... .... NWW< of NWW< uW NICW. a NW of .bog, UI...... 8 105 ft E: 110 I
jS } Bw14; of NW a N'AI 01 I IBIB 1(0 ... H. Nettlen -- --- ---- 18.,. of NWW A 8except of IIW'4. tt N l0lfk W
liE of NW H --?.- SW4-3/4 I 40 Philip IM. .UI. 0. ..6. I A in NIC Co, .. 'I I 20 81 Unknown 11,11 o? bee "IJLJl"--it! ( si 0 Wella.. 1LII
I ityyaM aE'4 ___.__________11 I IBIt toft H. N.ttlr ............... 10.19 BEW of NEVi\ of BWWvT .- II / N II F G Carpot.r 1.11 Can 'at NB: Ceof NEW of SW .. J
I r 4of tiW'4 l.....1>& I$0 trial BH of SWW of _-- / I 10 JiO Koaaballa Coffin ...1 W and run a S chna. sod I ft
i all 01 IIW'4 I: of NWW .' sew: of NWV _1' I II .0 LUoa Motor 31. to Kr right of tbraai W
I. I ...eb .rapt II 80 idel II I t. P. WUu... S.7I IIoE" 01 NW4k of NE:\K -__---1. III 10 A M White LII along right of war 14- ... (4
j NE" of "'S\/r.\ A WS4 of N6li EH of NEW of BBW of 8WW ..l1 I II I Chna C Burkhart 113 ft t* a Por ban thana. N
l 1434 oNW54 .ad Nil.d WH of NWW A NH of BWkt _ITNH I N III Ideal American C.rP.a.Uu..84.91 t trntn* K: XtO ft. W X10 ft.variation .
+ j .am .f SB" of NWSf a N Lot I Lot --l, I N 11II Ideal American Corporation IS." SX d...... B. thnoa
..... of HW4, of NW14..1/ It Sit W. H. Nettle .....-.- tl.41 of 10 except 1 A In 8w a 110 ft to aaid Rr rtaht of
W of'BWW A 8 It f* narea i Cor A i 8K of BH" of ...._ t A I-II / N it EH Taylor . ... .. . 147Mm war tbmoa B on right. of
BWW.of.Jrww .....- .....?..ItXKW / II fttil 1. U Banli. _... .. .... I... Lot 11 .-..---_._-- I II .0 Tha American Tnet Caw a pt ofbugt aen. I. NE\6 wav\
1 of NEW It 14 acre feA' Lot t ._, f A In BB: Ad0unletr.tomSamuel. 8.II E.f \ ,_ --1. f !1 1' W L.Jok.O __ 11.11
0 8E14, of .r\4.\ Hw / N U l W BrM ._ ___ I..w 8W9P1(. ( 8 ...... III ..
1 I iiui 8E44 ____.?.-._, .___-rtT 111 J. L. Bardln ........... 4171 Lot .'nmnnnnrrrmTioof $10 40 Mann a Cur_ IS .1 7. W B NoW. ... .-V 1531
: i T>84> TrT u. acn of SE\% of NKK.ltM a II ST W H. H_ .... NEW __......,....JO,, 8 I* 40 deal Am.rlesa Corporation 8.IIM 8"" of NW'4 __ '_.._.-.90 I II N Unkwws. _ ULSB
S Of BWW ... .......
: eL44ofNWllLSkd -- .j.r. j j -tlw.orsH I 40 J T A.Ma '.n N aoa of Nw o. NEW.. al.Lom
BWW .- ii ... J_/0 ItIf 410 I. L. Hardl. . ... -.- 71-18 _o *'w\* ___" 0 MM SO Unknown 4.88 re at NE: Cor of NEW of N
qd Kww of NWV__---J1T 40 J. L. Bardln . .. 4.54 "" ___--...t. a 4* Charlotte" < Nwg of -___________--.11 It 40ft L. W. WW4s.- 1.6. Oa lot 100 tNa8bf 101 ft t-f rdn E 112 rda N 148 t-l
q 7 Ni>:! of BWC A BH: of NWWacre K Kr; A..W.4 publla in N Beer road of A. C. U. r... to pt of ta* .______--11 I tl M 008.04-. 6u
ol-BW,, a In SB Cor of swimming Ia 8 lof NW W of
NEW. also
4 WH of NWW of BWW ______!lBWW ItIt D. W. ...uo. 10.11 Johnatown - --_.--.......... M F A Maltbr -' S.N a... at BBNWW. Car of Net ..
rf' of NEW A NH of SEW _lt a- 110 W. H. Nettle 10.1 NEW (except Lot It of Blk St run N 14* 14 rd% W
ui 'f BEy, o. BWJ4 A BWW. of BEW_It IIIt to I. W. E.... ...... ....?- I.... in NWW of NEW A SWWofNWW 182 rda, 114. 14 rda E IM
1'F' z liE.f\ SEW ....... .......n 40 I. J. N.Wr .. ... $14 A. BWW Illk A NH of 1 SEW:. ..SS f M 1&0 J..... Xmaricnn Corporation 74.11 rda to .... 8tl 17 AT ..$
i'' 1JE4of NiVi ______.___--1. It 40 .. .: N_ ... ... .. 814 Lou lit of II 18 John Nry of NE? o! N"Tr'---. ? til tfl W 2 C.waalert. __ 1..
NWH of NKW"W .----- __1".0.1. W. Ea... ___ 834Y town NWi4 ...___.___...___-U I" A L Smith ., . ,. '041 NWW of N14_ ______-_____11 1L 40O 0 ILII
Win of ________---1. 9 ItIt 40 M... M. V.. BlaakwaUktr ..64 NH_ of except S A In ..Wu __ BW'4 01 '4 (amp1 .
CH: cf BEWH a 8WW. of BEW _2f4Hncre I 110 M A BlaekwalderD .. 11.'"! ' 8 of SEW ___________--1. a ISIS to C William* ........--- 11.11I NWy, . -8 S 11 .0 John P Codia 1.n .-. _- _ ILIsR4
I $:G of BEW (.-.& In NE4of\ NI ? ---___...v.t7 I IS 40 Uall__ _ 111 of a'\IV a"4 of BE44.-N 1 11 N 1II.. O.-NtIraiU 1184
BW Corl _____ -? 1 71 W F Smith _.---- .. .-. IT" 844 of oIE'4 NK of 8ES4.s7: I" 1.0 14aa1............. CorporatbsLoul.a NE of Sit 0_ III i .1 41 'T' MOON _ 34318W
(, A 8H"of"NEW __ AD...... _ 11.1. of flW .______-1. II u R .0_ _ '.If
aB14Am.. of NWW of NE W44 A B' 01 8E41 _______--27 6 N .oe 14aa1.AmenGaD Corporatbo 1'1'$ flW of NW ____ I II .0 W B N.-a 135
y, A NEW!:\ of8E44aNtyof- E'ri. of a I 8W/. \'S4 01 11ES aw of NW i BW'4 at 1'111'

NWW of TSEW >____.__*t I 11 lot R" Blellln.. .._.......... ..... A ( ijJl'j: ___.1I 0 II .{e0 J4aa1 .mariN. Co..tIoa '0.'. ; 01 S,,
JH of NWW _____?._........14WH 1 ItIt BO A.I RaU........ . _. I..$ BLGr.1 8W34 A'J-. I....... ;;,f"f'4B4N'! 10 III S'1' Robs .. AbrwYY4. _ Matt
t Of NWW of SWW _____ 4 S 10 B M Jenkln./ .-- ..$ Lot 4$ of Elk 4 F. N, NW'4 of BE'4 37 .1 N Lam B_ _ '.IT
i HWW of NEW, A N" SEW t S 11 ISO a.| Jf>nh1Pfnt _._____ 10.'1 add to Lake Butler -_. ____ "A lIunoU 1.11 NE'4 .f NW'4 _____--1 R' 10 8 J KaJar _ 197
r?, Cum 120 ft wait of \rIC Cor of Lot .8 of talk II F H And,.. add hats! of NW" I: II eha/-I !1 N Gao I: ItoIIr _ 5391
NEW of NKW .nd rn 8 80 ft. I to Lall. Butler ______________ r B Caws L" t.0' : N4l. o: NL14 et NWId -.II .1 17 It D Ka1II'' _ LBIt
p wait 90 ft, north to ft., aaat I I. 854 of Lat II. ladies /0-/40 I fee NW4 /.rI4
k : DO ft to pt of her _________ f < ISIt William Brow .___ l.flWilliam. E1. : : 4 original i loan of I: 10 ..._.. .a. .
h'* V R n Com; at NE Cor of NEW\ of NBW . .: __ The Amman Trmt 00.. .. ebt Lot 6 ________-.1 82$ 12. R R noltla _ 8.51
nnd run wait on Bee llna lard I All Lot 41 of Blk 1. B .I A. Co Adm.a"\nto. 1404 Nt4 a .... I . or loci BII:142' .l 421 R B nolt" fI.Ol
*.. south 80 ft to n pt of bee L kallwy 8 280 ft tooralnsl Lou 1 a 1 or Ir.1 8W42'\ J1 R 11.'.
I thenee' sa.t BO f{., couth ban of l.k. Dutbr ___ 1'100 Aamrlaa Trmt c.... 1- 1 i . o. rrwl 84 _y .....1 .1 310 It H B Ith' ..JT
t wort 50 ft., north 110 fNo p0 i Loth 10 a 11 of III" 11 I. N. L. Adminmtraton _ ._____ '.81 SW'4 Loa I . or ItII

t of hex In Provld....... .......... f I A Brown ....... ... tJl M.Klnn.r'. add or New Lak.butlerSu 8F.\\4 ----________---..lf II tOT R B Smith - ....... ..... III..'
I, RH': of BWW of BWW, -------_ t S I$0 William. Price _.._ 1.01 8 of Loa 1.11 : C-O 8 It __ 1- T 8etwt Ll7 I Bu4! of BW1 0 SWI'of 8114: -- t J1 11. D B W....... 0.11
e' 1 About >5 acre In 8WW, known. Lot. la6ofSilk fl4 of BEST + / It .0 R B 8mlUl '.11
'. 4 t old Houndtrea Mill Bit* ._._. fBH 1 II If Week A Pita ... ...... '.11' b1..m.. add to Lak. butlerInNy4 W44 of NW'4 _ t II 80 D B W....... I....
of 8KW' ______________ SBH U 80 0 W William .__.__ 11.89 01 Lot I N of G. L aF Lot I or EIj, of 8E"jeaaoq
} of SWW of NWW.exeapt( I I ladwq ___._ 80 1 10 __ M. 0 V Scarborough 899 2" ..._ In SE Corl) ___ -q I .1 1a It Jr SmlUl 14..'
1 , acre* in NB!: Cor to .ihu..hI) and i Bib I 'n John A. 11:1.: . Bo.4b.n Lob1206aNW yaSW
t north 18 acre of NWW of I Ii' add to ...11. Butler ID N44 of 14 ff 8W14 ---------55 1 R H 75q
8W'1 ItIf 40 8 D Jarne _________ ".1' 8.01.11. .-" 4-11 120 -- E: a P..ppell LUI Loa a s or troll NEV- ==N :: :gg ::f'J: _' 00. 19.5?
8 17 acre of NWW of BWW. _10 S 17 C D Dockln .. f.OS L..A l ; T. E: :D; ---i. ;;i"c V I N u. of lot : -._? -$/ 42. tBlanoh.rd. B IIeGur - ....
SEW: of NRW _________- 11 0 ItIt 40 Sebor Jon. .. -- ... to Lake Butler I. N4l .I Lot Sat .i N 2 acrm): .
!.1 r\I' BWW. cf NWW\ .________-_..IS S 40 Bebor Jone . ....1' I _ _________________________11 130 __ .1... HII, Williams _ 292 LotLo.0\ _. --" 421 u. e L PII 2296
iI?, UK% of \ EH: of Ono A In NIC Cor of NW'4 of ; N44 i(; ;;' i4""i.t;
,; NEW of 8E4 (.aD 8 8Hacre I NEy: N of vubll.I road 8 : :: 1 r laA L 8rook0' .t:: I a 4 or NWI4 A all that
*) _________ _.17 ItIt SI Berth. Price ----.- ,... N4 oNE4, a N14 of NWy410 lou ... Cofparstbe. portion .f Loa i 7 a s or
1 W1y of NC4of!: NKW A N 4 01 NW'4 ______--41 I I' .0 ideal .....- CorporDUoD '.11 traccIl 844 north of H" rl.h&
yof NEIL: */Wy4 NWZ. .ly,; Of NW" 4i 8Wy o4f NWII.84 I I' 120 VDkDOWD _ ... 10.1181y of way ___________.I .1 17. C L Peak. /184
, 1, N*W : ?____ ..n 8 80 R W William* ".11 of Loll a all lot 4 1 5 10 120 101. C..Io&ta. GoUSQ _ 110.1 11'1 f.Lot and all Lots 1
S'ji of 8464.!: .____......-.ItBrfw t 11 so Tom Gordon 12881 50 46 of SEy4 ________________-10 S 10 .0 Ii J llapp 717 ; t : fracti See. _..!.__ I T 11 III C L Pak 56.84
'I of NWW __........., IB 119 40 Duck William. 8.84NE44 N4of SE of NW" a 8Wy Food NEIL: __ __ t 21 II. 0 L Peek '1."
4 .' \ of NWW --,.... .1. 11 40 Tom Gordon m -- 8.'. A .11 8W of 8Ey: B 01 Mill PrntH W44 a-8E4. \ _____ t T 21 IIBI R R Smith 8'.M
I EH!: of WH or NEV ____II 1 It 40 Ellen Hunt _... ..... ..01 branch _ __ __..-71 10 100 B I IIDpp _ 84.8. Loto I . II ___________ 1 .a 11. B H 8IDIUI .110
+ 1 of NRtor Lot t ....____11 S II 80 Bebor Jon. . .. II." N47 of NE'4 .._ 4 A In 816U.r All 8E448ofSALRr ..
rJl W of BWW\ _____..!. 8 10 40 A.I Wllkereen __ 7.17 ._________.. 8 .0 7/ B" IIDpp __ 1099 NEI4 of BW'4 a BSS (, of 8W14
I ar NH of NWW __ ______80 48 ft Gr.o WWbua __ 8.Re oIEH of 8W4{ _---------.1. 4 II' .0 lIDa..1 W. Brow. _ '.17 ... E'>io' of NW" ...l SW\4\ .
f.Y r 8Wy of 8WW% _._.- .--I 129 40 Unknown . ........ .. '.n lath : A of 34 N.wNay. Lou II A t of NW'"4 a Lot
; I, IIW\io\ of 8UW\ _____.-_______ ttH It 40 A A Dsoga.7.11 ----2/ 1 .0 __ D W a I W Plabo....... u. I. o. feed Wloi of foil:44 IreIng
of NKW of NEW A BEW of Lath4a8ofBlk24aLot10of north sod wait of Corn.Da
I NEW\ (except Kr rlnht of war).. 7 1 IfIt 61 A A Douglas ___ 10." Olio 2. ID New Klv.rI. 1 N ._ B I IIDpp I.'"$ at....",. aeeordln.0 \0 plat of
l NS4 0' NEy: : (I'M Rr right of + II Sampson City uaepl IDLe ..old-! i II ..00It B Baolth 2711
}' 'I war, _ .. .______- JS B 74 D0twit.9.-- -------- 14.19k Fno. 01.. 0 'n H.. Rlv.r11.. 110 Unknown ....?...... 1.41 Corn at ;:E8WCo. .f :'W-1' of
'; IIEIoo of NE _______.I ItIt 40 D A Powell f.10 I Loh a II of Olio 7 la H." II NW "'; 186
t 1 \' ,I :NMi'orfKV NB -____, ,u 1 80 C O Meek __-. ......-. 1B.B9 klv.r ------------------4 S .0 UD"'D _ m_ LOll fe. S210 ''. H125ftN210'' "
V ..' of BWBWW 44y:4' A BWW of SEW _84 11 80 L M Htokea ".88 lab 1 ;. --iiik; -i- :i .; 1$ ft to I't of baa _____________ 4 II I J.. o..Ia 1.11
"{ f'I \ of NW of NWW ---.... It 10 F M Fonrth ,___ '.11 River _ ____.___--14 0 .0 Unknown _ __ 1.0' Lou A B Bid of Lot 1 Loa
d E% of NKW\ of NWW A BH of .. A B Old of Lot I a Lob A .
r NWW A.W SO ft of BWW of lot II ot Bill 10 I. Nag 10 Unknown _ LOll B81dof Lot /aobA.. B

NW IG of NEJW! \ ..21 I I. 100 H F Tarn .................. 1IJI Rlv.r..24 Old of tat 4 01 Blk 18 la .
I BWW of SEW:\ of 8Ea 814 tat 1'of Blk 12 In. New >> 111 Unknown _ LOO Sampson city a4 11 a L F.rraR '..1
r I of SICW\ of E44 of 1111\(0:\ __II 1 It II R 0 ParrUh ...,. Rlv.r-ai Lat.ABCl'aLotIofElk. ; ;
i, I'I'I MRW of H&yt_--________ I S 10 40 R O Parruh ..___ '.118 Lot a of Blk II ID N." 1 II Unknown _ 1.011 10 In Sampson Cly ..____ 4 'II 11' II: 1_ 141
JWVi of \ -.______11 S 10 40 L 0 Johnson ........ ... 181 q BIDEFof: Lot I a81DAB
I"" "KW of SWC\ A BW14of BEW..1I: S 10It HO Mra Mollla Farrlah. '..11I Lob, 9 II or Blk II la' New 1. t.t.mro1"BiD- : ..," 7 I C Ra...._ ILl.III" .
j I .,IW\ of Nt'W.;\ except t ...... River _ _________________84 0 20 Unknown _ 1.00 o'f-J"t ;t'
'In 8W Corp) and 8 ours In NE Lo. I a 7 of i18 So Nag I. 0 In Sampson Clt" : 1 1 11 _. R B Smith L84
J .. (*>T of NBW of NWW ..______" 40 Mr*. Molll Parrlab. ___ S.7I River _ ----________-.... 0 30 Va".a 1.011 Slr..ka. A 0 C I I S 1 all
( .KW:\ of SIC% A NH of SEW LoLe 10 a 11 of Elk. lIT I. 24.w II \\k! I ((1aer tot Loh
: :J
.. Of BKW:\ __-. 10It 80 R H Thoma .-....- .-.- 10.8 River ..... 110 .Uoknowa. 1.00 12 18 :f BIb .-
l '" NBW Ely\( oi'NWy41.i9 i lee P 0 Dull. SS.tT Lau I 7 10 t 11 of-911 t0 in IIlUver e. a all Blk T except( I"b 10

f )'Nor of II Nft.: of NWW ....._1' S II 10 W T Chavoua ITHIThomaa .......... ".., _ -_______________-.84 0 10 Unknown _ 1.43 111041) and Iota 1 II a. 4ofRlkIaLnthl84ofllk5
R j of N of river ___.-.62 It to A Lamb __ 17.25 Lob I a I 01 Blk 29n/ New I' .
I :...Le S A. IB in En..,.'. .urvar ltivr _____... 1 20 Unknowo 1.42 a LoLe 24 of DIk10.alata V '
y\ of Worthington Nprlnira. of Ia4ofPlk11aLohlaof
Hlk 1 In WH of NWW\ ________" f It __ Unknown . __ '.'1 Sat 11 .f Ilk. .0 ID N.. Rlvm..82i! 10 Unkoown. _ .. 1.00 DlklIalatalaot '
Worthlncton Biirio"*. J. W. Pet...'* ........,. ....Le 1 8 a 1 o. Few 1111 II la .1 Alk11a. Lo44458a10. '
\ 1I:_ '..ln., p.m.1 f4.m 1.%. n ad. S.. 4s 1'1." Rlv.r _ -_________-- 1 II __ 1.41 f. SoWD B20: tat Blk I IA
''V I.....alnal t Blk 0 ____eoe. . ._ M L A M A Allen ___._ .... Lo. 1 a 11 of Blk $3 I. New II 0 .1 ;2110 8 14,
}, .... k. ___________- ._ M A A M L. Alton ___ 1.74 Rlv.r _ ______14 1 15 Unknown _ u. 'U 1.00 _RID A B a. D .f T.....1 10
All trtnirular lou embracing hotel a II of Hilt 15. A all Blk 18 (
fi and nmno.. aeoordlnr. to plat ___ __ 7A'homs. Lamb __ Lot 1 of Blk SB In New Rlv.r__24 f St Unknown . 1.01 1 81DADC&DofLotl/a.
Lot 0 of lot ____.____ __ p __:.... 51.71 .. F, of Lotta81DCaD|
NH of ... A f"of Blk 10 _... . __ Thomas a Lamb ___ III All BIll 42 In New River ____--14 f SO ___ Unknown. . .... of, Lot 1 A Lot 5 of Bib 17.
BH of Lot fi of Blk. 10 _.___ ___ W U D __ a..1 tlE'4 of NEW A NKW: of SBW_BI f 10 80 D J O Oi_ .L81 t.1 a B of Blk A
1VO 'of 11110 11 __ ThreLaouglw rnE 1.11 AILyxc. ti \,( \ _84 f SO 120 Belnata BterrlcJul . .0.11 .. 8 of Ilk 19 .Ut... .
IxiU B A f of B----------V. __. Thomas a" Lamb $14 No1t-NWN1y1WW14_ I 7 SO IUD H 6 Warns 111.01 86 A f of Blk 20 A all Blk
'Jt ( Ua 10 11 II A.. 11 of Blk. II ._ T6umam a Lamb __ tall S... ofIE'" 28 C9 80 88 588 Sf
'k 1V Iota B A II of Blk 14 ......__ __ Tho.... a Lamb 1.15 a E'AI otBW 8W i4\ of 87 88 A 19 llnl.s. City .. 4 "I R B Smith SSJa
I lot 7 of Hlk 14 _____. __ W.I M.Cona..k. 1.1' 8Ey4. _ _.-..-- __ 4 7 10 S40 Mm Mary B Tb M 4...1 Lou V* 11. ]A. 15* A LoU A '. .
V lot 1 of Blk 16 __.___....._... ,._ Unknown 1.1. W'AI of SWW! _.-__._____ 4 'I' 80 MO Bake ? ....... .. ILe'I B Ca DBIDolLotl7 A. ,
W lob 8 A f of Blk II ._._. __ Thom. a Lamb __ 1.70 EH of SEW _... ,.... ??. . 7 84> HO B B Andren. .1.80 10 ft on E: aide of Lot 19. off r
toOLe I 1 I A 4 o. Blk 11 ___ .. __ M LAM A Alias ___ ..$ Was IAS _._______ 1 710 IfO L W Crap' 27.1 Blk f In Sampson --.1 4 7 SI R H Smith 1 f-Ot
I l..t.l.f of 1t.\1I --- -. W H Dou.,1aM Mil BH of BH of Lou 7 A 8 7 1 St 40 T W Walera 10.6. Lot 12 of Blk 14 _...Jt- __ 4 7 SI B B Smith: '.11
of 7-j'.ii; ;; ; loll Lot Ia174ofN3rofL.t1all /: Lot1aADABaOofLot.

t + of Hlk 19 ....________.___ .......... ?_ M L Allan __ 0 .... Lot f A 8H of Lot f A. w -._, 10 A.. SID C A.. D of Lot U
B KB ft of Lot 7 and N t ft of N% of LoU 7 f A t A N14.1 of Wk 16 'In Sampaon City 4 7 SI B H Smith Lit
Lot 10 A nil Lot 9 of Blk 19 _._ __ Miea M.A AIleD __ 411 Lot 10 A N IS acre* ef BH of 8e.AaBofBlklaS'DAB..
., Lot 10, (exeept N f hI) of Bill Lot 10 . . 7 155 IfO LA Brown u.. ..../ Ca D.fLotIa81DAaB|
,' It ___ M A A M. L. A'leD' .._ IT..' SH of Lot 1. ___ 7 f M 40 L'J' Show. . LIT of Lot 4 A LoU 10. lla A WofLotA.B.LoaO
I...", s"t B'A'i'of'Birsiinnirr ..-_ A 0 Con a.. _. 0 .... SH of Lot IS (except I lot to _,......_i. H
Ijot 8 of Blk SB ._._...._.._ __ A 0 Conn" __.......... LII ft emtaw.thi$15ftN D B: A F SID of Lot 19 A
i 1ash '1 a; f of SIlo II ---______ -- M. E II Patti' 1.75 aato BW Cor .__ 7 f St 40 HBBnw. ..... Lou A B A Lot !1. all In Blk. '
!t I LoU t A 4 of Blk. X8 ,_____ 0 .. __ A II Chamb ___ LIt NH of NE44. A SWW of NEW_ S 1 St 110 M. Katm U- "II 17 of Sampson City ._.___ I 7 SI ... R B Smith IMS
i I Lot 4 and strip of land out of NWW I..N 1 laBEfCorlu-: '(exeept _..... / = Lot I of Blk if A H acre In cor
..V lot 4 ta Rr ralcht of war of ) S f St 199 11.8 Shaw $ 4th A Ix>al itreeu In Samp.
I, I ; JI" $7 A NH of BWW of eon City . _ .
-__ 0 Conn.r . ._ 235 SWW < B 1 'I. R R Smith ..,.
Iota: f II a io"o7"filk'iaTIBlk. _- W H Duboee .. ...... {..' t Acre*) T ___ r---r..m S 7 St 17 G Mll.vlla L.' All of Bib 48 8 of 8 A L Rr
.4 log 14 I 1 7 a 8 of .1_ __ F D Mulling Ant __ .... Lot B of Blk. S In Ward Cltr 8 T M 10.1; Ward. .7 f In E end of Sampnon Cltr _.-_ 4 '""II R H Smith S.7I
loOLe[ f A 10 of Blk IT __ __ M.. II: II .p. tJ, .n Lot 10 of Blk t In Ward Cltr -. f III J. F.nfth .7{ All of Blk I 41 N of 8 A Rr l
, I.\D S A t of Blk 18 ....-.-...___ __ 1D...... .... .. ......- LIIf Lou 7 A 11 of Blk t in Ward E end of Sampeon I; a- 4 T SI BJannrdWiley ...... .
MI I of Blk ft ____e. . ..- - __ F D lIalllq Act __ 1.11 City ._-..-____.____ s 7 st L. Crap 1.11 SiD A B C I of Lot It of Bill ...
y Iota 4 A B of Blk. II ._...__ __ P D Molhn i An -- 1.1. Float BIb f in Ward I I 'II Jaawo a ( .-.- ..,o lABIDABCDBFofLot:
R ) x.t S of Blk It ...... __. .-- Ms I: II P.'''' --- 1.1' Lout 4 f f T and f o/fblk 10 I of Rlk19a51DA| BOD .
I jj ej. of Lot S .mall Lot S ofFraotlonal in ward altar __.___ _________ S 7 SO Jam.. .roover 10.8 S OlDPAoB A. ,
Blk .. __ Tb0 Lea" _ "- '.11 Lou f A 9 of Blk IS !In Ward oftLol ifLI8 D1A B
t 'Lou. or Block' D I' Cltr . .____________ S T St II I Wad. La of Lot 4 of Blk 19 In Sampson ,

+ ) ,P GAB ______________ _____ __: Thomas a Lamb .-.--...._ '.11 Lou 4 A t of Blk 14 in Ward City' . ....._ .--_____ .4 'II __ 8000
a r r flEIf: Of NWW ______1. 7 a. 40 Unknown L11r't Cltr . ..___ ___.__. I 1 SO B: J Ward L 84 SID A of Lot t of BTk 17 A __ L rmrreJI f.97
vy. ,IE14!:\ of NEU. W ____.___________-10 1 a. 40 Mrs C II E.vll.--. '.IT Lot X of BIk 17 In Ward Cl rt. S 1 St ._ a A Andrew . L4I BID A B of Lot 1 of Blk 10 In
I LoU 1 S 11 A IS of Silo It InWard Sampson City ..
W .
.A 0 of NEW A EH of NWW 4 T n '
; R B Smith ___ 4..1
BID ____
SWW of .... _llBEU City _____ BCDEFof Lo1.f
NWW - 'I' SOO AnoaD Test 00..'V ____ S 1 St L A Brown 10..* I..AII.
Istston _________ '4." Lou 1 11 A 11 of Blk SO In In Sampson Cltr ._._.. 4 'II R L Farrell '
t 4 of NEW ____________ .14 'I' 40 A..rte.a Tr...I Co.. Ward City .____-.-___._ B 124 B J Ward. ... Lot Com at cenUr of O 8 A P Rr tAl
Lot B A SH of Lot t A BEW: ofRE htnton __ '..1 Lot I of Hlk 11 In Ward Cltr t 7 10 B J Ward .,,, track oi.po.IU M P S44 from
1 _ ___.---.-,___1" 4 St 110 ideal Am.rkan Corpm.tbl 14.81 Lot 7 of Blk II In Ward City -. I 7 It OB I Freaaot i 1.18at Macon 41 from Palatka, A run
4 : .__.-....----...0 4 10 80 0 A Johnson ______ ILN Bee SW Cot of SWU, of SBW -. E on aid Rr track. 117 ft
t I !V.NEW -______..__-It 4 l.. ,10 1..1IaDa Oorpo.._ ..$ and run Ii o.11... f07 8 B2 ft toW" of ber. thence
t of w to ft. thence N to B .boundary of V S. 127 A'L 8 ft. 611* "
) Ii it of EH: of WH a NW* 'n- Ward City. tn. W 107 I B right of was '' .

apt 4 acre In BE Cor --II 4 st 40 G A "011_ .. ... "... thenae Stop' of bur' ..___ S 1 St S B J Ward _______ .U'I of N 71 dmee B on said rl=ht
4 + q v' ltr I Wty of BWW A BBW of'TiWW\ Com at NK Cor of -.A. Abe soy 887 ft,'' thne. 481 ft to

h A IIE\4, ____________-.. 1 4 .0 S80 Id.' Am..I..... Corporation $486 botfa reeldenea lot and ran B r, pt of ba . .__ d T es IS B H Smith
NF:14 a 11'AI o. HW",, ... II.,., __....9t II 184 I.dal. AmD Co..raUoa ....e ;' ft. 8 X40 ft. W 70 ft.SEu'of Lot 1 of Blk II 8-Lot. 1 of Elk ....
NWH .f NW'4 a. aWI4 of B It t. of bew Ia' II A Lot 1 of Elk 11. -......

A W.. _ _____--1. I" 8. 14..1 Awrlae Oorpo..doa 10.10 8WW 1 ______ 8 1 M _- ..... MarsaaatLaUl4 MT eon City - ------__ ..
: f .
r +' W14tof NW, A N" All rS SFI4 of NWW, of BE'4 T !
"4 01 aW\6\ NWtgof 8WV4 8 of Rr 'H 1 A B Shaw .I.J' lNaB eel.
BWI.. 0'IW" __.......-f1 N 10. Idol Am.rl.... OO..tJoD .1... EHi wfrl.. except t acre. I. olE\-\ of IIEI (uoep& 1. S.1I
1 .tU' scamp' IIWIf, of 8E".II' I" 100 1..1 Aowrian OO..ratioD n.1Ii .__ ......._...._H 7 St 71' 1_ a Osov.s 11.11 I. am Corl A 8S4 01 alii of
4. I i I.ot S . -.1 0 N 4. Id..l Amlcaa CO.\Io. '.U NEW of SE'". _______________14 714 40 A Ii Shaw '.U 8114: of S4: of --_ 0 T n 40 R B Smith 1.iT
V NE\6\ of NEW A WH of NKWA 8 10 acr of SEWof 8WW _If 1 St It VD"__ _ I15 NW'4 BE4. _. A..3 7 11 ItS40 Unknown __ ..1 1NElOf
1' at ol BX', of BWW of : W of BE" ,
\ 1
WH BEW WH ( NEW B4' ------ 11 Unknown
lot t ___.r --si t so Sit Idol. Aa..r/as 0..,...."" 21.04 of SEW of NWW\ A N644 of : NL. 40 R B "-.'?
MEW a.ES4 W NWya MWU SW'4 A NWW\ of 8IW_ (.xt NE. .=:::=== f: n 44) Unknown Smith /.
_ 1.11
of Nww A an e7 sww wNWW soot acre W.f Bram N9V44 --__ i .1 4.. Unknown .
f SO too 4m1. A.D Oorpo..u.. .,.1. branch and laorea for Dedan of __ t T1 1ftlit B: B Hlnehl ,_.. '.If
"'W.f Lot.WH 01 Ii1tT' --r7)) - --_.._-- rlti St lit O W III...... _______ 28.78 I liP: : BICI(, a sw4 set ,", s 1 11 0 L PII S7 J8
A ... A ana) S .. 84 3.I Am.rta OorparaUoa .7184 Com at n pt 'fI1IV of NB NE .f IIW'4 a NW'4 of S&..-s 'II ttST. Unknown ".11 SOfl
RLL,, _I timM, *ru. I N to UDI Hr: .1 N'It'4 of S.\4\ _ I .. 1. "N .......u Llll : :.. 8 Carl - ----1. 'II
4..m. :t O
1 of NB\4 : mile, thenaa; ;'; B: 711 nuR; ; NW\4, of NE'4 a 1114: of NW Wrnn .. i.AT
V o w.. .!NElaeha. '" "' ..f bew _' f N 44tt B I Ward. ..... 14 ar 1114 of SE" of NW"
I NIEr'. ;of BEK S S N 110 Ideal. Anvarlann Corporation H." BH at Lot I leioept'Rr"richt of 8Wwa NW" a Wary of
8 ; \\6 _ __ 1 8 .4 /5 A L Bmlta -.+.. ,... war and leaa t lot Buxloo ft .. E. \K m-a.\6\ -__11 'II sot "H Smith
)01\40 1454 ill /War a N44 ..1i8E N aide of a,.) __II f St llsJ B Sbaw .... N NNE. -----11 T 11 40Iff R B 1.N
.. -..,... ........ I $5 480 idol. American OarparnttanSOO n..1r Lot t ___---II f WUMa t* O I N 8oaw.Unknown 1111 o ''k. Smith 7J7
r, I" a 2 + N... of ... I __ S S II Ideal American CorpemUan ..... 4 A. t __.______.__.._lt 1 St8WW sot r : a.0f 01 E a 1 of NWl4 a tlq
Ip'r t F: of NI\4: .. NW'4 of IE I I N IN Ideal American CorporationIM aLU 1 Of N*:W .. SBH4 .f NW 66t4 of of 847 '4 --II T 21 ) O L Poak ..
W 01 NEIJIj\ : of Nw1 S N P" Keno _.-..T.- ------+ ..... 14a NEW af SWW. A NWW\ NW'4 of NW NW\6\ a N" of lbw . $.
II: o' NE,", IIW"" .f UWElb "f BEST ..SS f St 1ft Unknown . S7.9I H Va 5wS4-a 1 -_ ----1. 'II ft R H Smith tJf
: o1 .- NW 0 . ..f, NEU of NWY A7 E:i7 acrwroiNW a E of 81\6:\ _I' 7 II .841SO B .
B-l S N 140 Ideal Amarian ..,..... .. 4137 of HW" ..__-" I N II Unknown . .... N of SEtLW 01 Ni4: II T 11 W H BmiUi II..
11 Trot. 1 i 1 i-i-.o Alk E"o .f NNk 8E", ____salt T N St BOW I Onewe Lea NW..4 01 of - -------1. 1 11 40IS R H Smith Tartar f.81Istlti.1"
.... W of .. 5WSulof. I: .1 SW"-I' '
411 1 or NW\4\ of NE .1>& : et 8\\4 8W T 11 Unknown
.f 01 NW3I of NEILall RN of SWW". ___ U--__..S4 7 St tt B C 0nm.r. 1.11 N4 or NElya'a: '' I'IIt' _
811.1\ o. SE of HE" ...-1/ I II II Robe T Smith ......-..... 1..'Ith Com .t NW Cor of See U and Y4 of NWI4 or aw
of IIE'4 of 1\4 ...-.11 24 10 Frank O MeKera; 1.1.e ran B 488 frig B 440 rda, B 4rda. .. li5 14 of NW44 .f NE'4. ---1' T 11 4t UnknownKWW
of NW'4 of 8E\6\ _l12I 10 Angus Hanlaa 1.1'l ta W lino of MUki land jill of SIE'4 01 NI:. + .% .f t.19

{. : of RW Of IIW'4 _______11 S I' It 8t.Ha Oraham LII thenea 8.180 .des. W all. ".... !!:I4 A"NU .. .._____ 7 sift 194)18O Mr. A A
I.' Barton 8 440 .... W 488 of Sw"w of IIW'41T -tq _ 11M
'W ry of NE of HW'4 of f Grant yd to SMTCor y ., ' T B: H Jonm .tl
Bain _ L. of Sea St. thenaa if *," of BE'41T 84
1 Bl{ of III: of 8W'4 of Si-II I" f Lncr N 80 BW1 Rw 7 It 80
J1'; 01 If of NW'4 of I I' I Fred t smith a..' chna to pt of lags l.xaepttha N of ( -of :RNt----.0 T 11 SOSOO ynknownB: .18.89
of Mf
'N 1l of 01 HW" ......-10 a II 10 Frank MoOmnor 1.1 following! Bo at NW Car of NF.\4 A : of NB> _
b' $W11 o. Nil: ._______-10 I.0 40 Carrie 1 II .do '..11liE" See. 15 and ran B 431 rda 8 BWWu' 01 aW'4 a IE'4
of NW44 .. W... 440 rd. W 4BB rda, N 440 voW. --------.-- J1 'II
of )oIIC'4 Charlie Mtna ..
4 !, of" NE14 of-HW,", a "NWtA o. ta pi of baa Alas. bea at NW Ft!: oof t't, . 01 1 SI 80 B B Smith .-B :B 14th.1505 ILBf

p+ N H... of SW' of aw '.. v .r' . Cor of Sea. SI. run B 4(0 rda, NW of07NWI--- wS del 'I 11 40 C L Pock . '.IT
A14w 8 of or.
018.,, of.BW", 01 440 rda, far n pt of be. W 44
:N'W\4 .1:..... of NE'" of NW'4 And from thence B 880 rdeTa of 8Wli .-------11 W.. of 7 11 N R B Smith .14.10
"f SWIlo. "NW"" of !oIW\4\ lIIW 8X0 " < ,
,", a N... 01 8W"" of SW .WW-l; -ysssr" w 1M B D D-k- 'B.t I acre In NBW B > dead pi br m .W.*j -t-.T t j 7 SISt 1ft R B Smith n."
14 a $W'4 or 8W' or SW' . .. N Jonee
.f : a I -.o::+ .J\ SWW\ o? 8KW: _..t T M SOt a D Duke A.wlf -_ 4 a 8Wi4' of .Wi4 ILI4 ... \ ----- 3751. U.II .f SE 4 .. 1 !.<*
laW'4 - - -y5 Hfca
-- 7 St :
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DeecrlptUa .... T. R. LjN t A Over a an ICAe f . I n>
sIt. -4 or raotl See ---18 7 St 16B" oweor oonf-, ... t. a rt.eiIMI.n .....

: .A WH of NWK( of 8EH --a T 'II 540 B.Janice H Bmljp. .,..__-__ .1.:i town .1 liter'' ____ tI.. Men W055. ...tT 7 I) 5R4 of III14 -----"________Bea T.7 .L t /1 A Inn Ivey'Pollard __.* CaaOa ,
.,. 17
1x 4 'II 160 0. hot o. N .1.... of C.U d ItI4 N101/: IIIWI4 a NW" 01 BE4U RO
W--I7 James Rcrnoldi 'I' J H Pollard _
1aW4 ;'Iri"f -- !TT AN ftSa: WbIUftNaSbounded . 11'10 of RFt4 __ - 180
--- 11 'I' M I...
.of 86W{, NW'4 ___ t SI no It II Smith N bJ'' J.Renea .t W N4 of BEU" n S A la BE!: Coy Ivey Pollard I....
4 ;(of BW' .. E% ? ".II by load of Vida V. ........ 8 A. 7 A In NE Coy of BWH \

cif BW" - -t/ 'II 100 J.m. Be lcIo iH::iu.: a.: by S1neh n... of BEH. - -----______IS 1 ssss n W P Nlc.... ,
: :' >, rf 6EH . -.p6 t !1 80 R II .Emit" ._- 10111 nil . .Burk.. 1 a Job s 11.63 Lot 1 In Kcalera add to Hamp It..'
Nw144Of :: --------.9 11 40 It H F',, of Lot1ai. II&Iof ton .. ._
Smith" - ------------ _10 7 __ John C PACE
IIml'h. '
Nwi iE. B-!. "I flO James Reoida 1141: Bib 58. orltlnd town of Btnrk_ _._. .. 0.e ..e -ber CD .0.1t NH of NEU A Boa NEWi n T &.11 TuREIt

NE4: of -.It t 11 40 Chao. M "c"'MF' 1x37 Lot I of Elk It orlarlD&l Mwn .1 BH of NEU of NWU !... .:....... -
v. %;;P\-ocl;; _
24w'4 of NE sin Bt.rk.------. __ c.-- Lomb. CD _ 63.11Lot.
A la BE: Cot _ ............. to 1 SI III 7ne Ivey Pollard. _
BE Corl . ----,_.-Jlf t II M 1W7DoW. S .a I .1 Elk It I. MJohn. BFJH!: of NEU . ---1. ,1/.1T
7 110 Mr
1'lW"' of NEH .* NU of NWH--S2 7 SIT 180 B H Smith" - 10"1 bulb del to .ter'' .1 Bag NWH ax II A In BBF Batllla SyduotvaInec __ 1.n
1 .* t or fraetl NEU.A. -- _._. II A" Aa4eme. 14.63lot.
you o ir.f ____.__
11 .
---- 7 SS 01 Ivey
: Pollard
trod .1--Bikii ._
Loto S or NEVI of MW a ; L.t..._ II n )
II 7 !8tl (40 Paul
4. .a SEI4of NW% (1_ gn c.aa to a....... t,4 All ______ Hroa . __ 118..'

...'- < NWH L'lW'CorI*. )8H -----.n.of SI 1M Damn Rernolda .LII W K "ot'tfL% II P II ..... ti-tl All ei W'1o- 01 8Wv.. ___--on.t7 7 11 MO MPaul"'.ul Bra Broa ._.__ 6017

if"" of NWHNH w4 of Loto 1 a t a. .11 L..6. W'4 .1 1W14 -___________ 8..e'
--- 1 11 80 Unknown _ _.,_.
a. 'N01 8W" .... ....a1 'II too Re.oldo _ 6aof. Elk7a' W\i of NW'4 of 11,55.
LN: .a fP34 01 S'4 ___It 400 W MMK JIo"E\4 1of NW\.G-II 'II ItO Paul Broa.I . ____ 63,01
: 8 tlIS P CIr4e 8t1: Lou I t a. all 01 Ilk ur A In NW Cor of EH: of BWH

A r.----, =--:::'.... .........t1 N : tsIS 640HO B R L L Blaak Bl.ek 4k k t Oa, -_, _?. 04.40 80.41: nub v6.HofIEt ofpNEIa4 Loty' G.5U 1 II D P ...11_ 11.11W4 NH of..f NWU NEUA!: .x BWU 1 A for of chu.NEH.-"_" 7 SS Jennie nlckaoB . 1.11

All - ------------_t. 8 .40DO It L lliaek a ,
Co .. of Ilk II 7tiw.M A :
M RH of NWH .*
NWH of N
All (.%MPt 864 .01 BE ,) ___II I" ( R L Block" Co 7888' a. eo'. .b .1..1oa of NEy 1 W"1
"n ----- --.14 4 SS e.o B L Black At R IM .J..I_ IL" 7 SS t40 Paul n_. . ____ 41.11
Co .
NE:"" of lIE" .a Wig 01 N1t" r_ 78.40 of NE4. ____ _..... NH of- NEH. .A BEU of NWeIt
All Ittk 8' I. Udns.toa Tiwby .
.a7tl 4 of N\V\6 - I' 4 ssss lot It L B1aek .. 0. ll.H .a Co" sub .hrleloa of NE4 .. liWI4Eot SWU of a 8S4 of BW

FE'" o NIt"I' 4 40 Nwo R.wb. _ OM __ B M Lll.r..e ... 10.63Elk.
of ,. 40 of NIt" ___ H A WH cf 5514.!: N14A
"BE"11 (._6.E!: of -BE"I.- 4 sstl 800 K
eaerlA SEV.: or 8I!:y) Co ti.H. .a 0.. sub &.lelo. 01 N H of BEH - -_.______ft 'II lit W P Nichols. . .
J.I'All (.. W% 8WV. IIEV.-----11 422 K L Black A Co '1''.'' E" of NE4. ____.. .. .... 1.0 I.kl.. ......___ 16.11 All NWH /W4Sof Pa. _...:.._10.11. a'

e1V" W 34 Cit BLEefI4 " 4XMM AU "Ik M I. Uftn..._ N34 of !BWH! of SWH _ts 'II II t. L _ ..ft

N Pl1I:% _.--.l/ 1 ttSS L Klack A. -0!* ._ a Coi sob 41..10. 01 NE34 fI1C" 01 854: ___.____1. 'II 10 W. F. Nkbois" '.1'
t 1 SI E B ...11. .. LaW4
NE'4 of 8W\6 - _--I, 4 U 40 Anertean Tract Oa. of NE4. _____ n Br,. at Nt!: Cor 01 LM I ...It '
of IIIk .0 In 1.1"0..10. TresM dl. of NH of NEU: rua .
An '- -----------1. 4 II I" R Admlalatratora L Blaek. A Oa., _ _____. fall a c..0'. .ub "rioioD 01 NE4 W 108 ft. 8 NO ft B: 105 ft If

NIt" E% 01 .. 88.40ST.OI. I' 01 HE" _ B E Ball I." N DO ft to be* ___-.t1 'II __ W BWalter: M.Car. . .... 1'yi
Eall W% ot NE"-B of 1t.r. _, -I0 4 II COO L Black A. Ce 14.1.. I a. 4 of Sib 1. iJ.IniInntnn Lota S A 10 of Bib I sub. of
10 Traby a Co'. sub di.of ,. NEH of NW" _____
WE34.- --?- 4 II RLR1.ekaL 11.11' _N 'II I Whit... . 7.47
NEH of BEH _______-it 1 555 It.. Black. A. Co __._ ,.... NE4" of NL4" _____4 I I Arcs 0.11Loh N 4 A of that portion of NWH -
All (exoeot MEH ., XW* .A a. II of Ilk. 81 N IAvlns.Intdon of NEW lying' W of B A" L Ryrlaht .

1'IW" or )IE4)4, 1 51N K L Black< A O* .109. I TroDS .a Co'. .b di.of ,. of ...,._ __.__________80 7 SS I B V 10..... ., S40S
J.lE'" 01 NW4 _ ______.4 1 ss 4MO E L orisv ,. ; LIt HE" of NE" W LDan: .... Rlk. 15 14 all nub dlv of NBH

N a BW4" a. E% of 8E" _II Its MOM R L Black A. Caa. -JO*.21 r- S of Elk 41 .. of NWU _.___________SO 'II PI.....*. . ..._? ....
J.I 01 .80 I SIts L Blaek. .A Co 15.0 a Co' nub dlyleioa of N All WH 01 8534. of SWU. W of .s

'" as-_ t 40 RLBl.kaP. 121 E" 01 NE" _ . ".11_ B.thr LMW4 b - ______.__________It 'II T Walter WIll'''. . .... Fr.Ir Fr.
Lots. 63Ww _ IlOits I ssss 10 U.'.",. _ .... of Elk /5 In IAft..._ ,... 8E4: 01 NW'4 a. N4 01 BWI4AO ill ISO N P 0........ ...SO.01 X
NWI' 01 1. p 40 W L Ovntr..t tilS.88 by .a (N7 sat .1..10. nt NE N'>, of NEU _....-.1 'II It Unknown __ II.Rt
t1EI4 of BEH of $Wi4 ts 1* Cmwo Arnold . of J4m. lob_ (r5) _._ 511 WH of BWI" _________.1 7 BO N P ('... .. _ U.Rt
EV of BWH .of NE1NWH A BE Elk 4In Ulnpton a. W% of NWH" ofNKU NW\4 .--N 7 .1 SO Unknown _ H' 881 .f,

of of NEK 1 WKe Co' .vh dly of NEI4 .1 HE'4 A 0 I..klaa 0.11Nlyy !: A NF.H of NW" _______11 'II SOO W P Nichol" . . 1'1.'. ' ?
of -iv-H .
0' Elk.4. I. Llvierton Tinby NW of BEU .A W'4 01 534 of
8WH! of 8E" ----1. 8 II .0 VDkDO' _ IS.88 a ('... sub dhrleloa 01 NB liB _ .?_______________N 'II 00 J R Dover _ loon 1 k;
NH of L4-of SEl6yfDif" ASH 14 of NEIL _ ____ B 0 Plsto.d .... S4 BW4 a SW4of
NW W 60 h of Lnt 1 01 Elk/1 8EE': : :
_n 'II 00 N P CutImn. 1....
U A NHof- 8H orBWU of .. I" Uvinnloe TNIo .a Co'. BWH of NWI4 .M __.. __N 7 N 40so R K hid.. . .... .1' I '
BWH .* WH or BEH ortvr PPUasl. Wl11ar. I//
.ub 01 01 ___ __ _
oTBEH OWof NEW SEU .___01T 7 11 N P Ca.tItea ....
4A BH oOncH ofBWH Lot I 01 Ilk I ID &: 8.. MMthe. of BWH ___________.___84BEH 7 II 40 Paul Byes- '_ _T '.It H_
WHof SEH of
EBH add A 01 Atark. I. N of .
.A SH of MEH!: of BP"Lota _11 8 SS II Unknowa _ _._...._.. $0" BH SWH -
- WI4. W..I 01 W.laa.tnet.. A WU c.f BEU: _________ -11 'II SOO N. o..theD, _
Si 115 11 A. ISBH I. Wood.w. a 8nuth 0111'" tired _____--11 'II Cara B r..u It.nLota fl .1.8. ,
1. n' 80 T/nki.-- _ BH of 420 ft of NEH of BEH-84: 'II I Un".n. ._vo '.11 ., $4
of Lot"IS* In Woodlaw..1/ II S Leonard A Wlboa" _ .I.CO Las I 1' 1 aof .Elk 1 In NH of liP:" . ._____._._.__.0 7 81 M O M Bennett .. 11.58 I''
.. 1
Tem"I. .dd to 8ta. In NIl WH of NWU\ of BWH __.....HO 'II 10 N P Cauthon _
S __ ___
NH of Lot IS la Woodlawa .....14 121 !::11 Cisnon. 1.01 LBI ,
!! .
NW" a JlDrt of W'fo of NH. of ._ ____._88 7 SS DO Tha Southern '..
lot ov .. Woodlaw., __14 I" 10 H.rmon Bh.w 4.51 NEt west of rat..mad a NB NWH Cattl .....1.* _ _
Lot II In Woodlawn _ ____.U 0 SS 1Unknowa _._. _,._. S.IO Cor of __ 'II B A Bbavmr .A O* SLOT - j lot
864of NWU --I. p';
Lola 10 .A SI In Woodlawv -__II B SS so B Q Paler . '.'1Low : All Blk S In" TamptA add M IIW'4 01 NWI4 ._.___________. 'II It Pura p. : = Jt]; 1
tl 14 SO 54 .A CO la Wood. B., r I.e. IIn. or Iwltmil. I
Stark. In of .Apart : :: i
50ss Mm Laura A BteaaU NEU NWU Mot N Ilso of I.. 1 ;
of WU\ of NEU of 1 'K,_
of Lot;; 7.-It west a ruD 190 drn.a 1151 n. : i .
of Lot SI In wood... Aaaerlcan Test railroad A. NB Cor of 8EM of for starting pt said III ... I'I" *
WU. _1' | SS Co- NWU\ __ SB 'II Mr Eonlo.: C Canora 40.MNWU
Admlnl8u._ 10 It from nnley 01 '
_,'"I "
Lot 15 .A IT I. Wonnlawa ______10EH 8 SS fArthur Gnea . L.II I Lot 7 of.Elk SI In TxrapWl. add track. thou, II .4\4 doyrm. .';j tf
of 8EU of NWM .A to Btarko In NEU" of NWVt .Apart E .rall.1 with 110 ft. 'hon. I

of NE" 01 8Wv. __________.11 8 SS so D B Brawnlnc IS.40 I of W<4 of NEU: west ofrallroaii u N 11\ dryrm, 't .;'It, thus.N I ": <
Corn .t'Nw Cor of 8W" of .A N ECor of BEU of 10 ft a

NEH Run B: 58 l-S !'da. . _____._____?-.1 SS J.-Cru.n. _ .... U,...... II 111'4 .....--.. W .0 It r.
B 80 rda, W II 1-8 ...... N COrd Lot 1 of Elk II In Ponk'a add W to lit 01 toy In NW" 01 N 11EV. r*
to bra ____ _____ __________2t 8 SS 20IS Unknownn __ 1100 I Btarko In NWU of NWU\ N of NW4-a ___t-_..._.___- 1 11. R M LIsR . .., . 1.11 .'
I dl Oth t- .J 'II Kale Norwich 1.11 8E" 01 w34 01 NW4a ,
S A IB NB Cor of NEH of S.80 -- ------- - -
SWH t-
5 21 togslaloSIkCI.R. Bw __.._ __ ___.. 216 W C '
NPK of BWH .x *pt S A la 8 NE4. __ _ __ I 'II Fbbee _ PO /1.N ...
E Cor _______ s J S Mathla . 1485 In.'. add to St.rk. la NW V. W\4 of 01 NE" .a NWI4o III
Twn af L.4.-Sea 18. To I. B.t. SS .SS_ of NWU. 8 of *th. at ______--1. SSSS Or P D HI... .. .... I HE" a W" 0' IIW" 0' >
Lota 8 4 5 .A 6 of Blk S wart of r On. lot bog at BW Cor of Ban.doraon 6354': a NW" a NWA of BW4 '1 It.

railroad . __________ -- M.. Sarah B: Loadbolta __ 1S.40 .A Madison. ata A ran Bon t WIyy n" PlW IJW"! S I II 1110 _ .. ..-.-?_. 5511E4 ..; ,
Low 1 A S of Blk 18 west of Bandenon. ., 1KO ft. thonoa : 01 1,(, of NE AW HE"' ___. I II I' Unknown. . _... ._..J. 5 45 Pt

railroad _..____._______u__________ B L Blanehardl _______ ..0.11ir'R.o W 00 It. thonoa N 1M ft to W. 01 N1r.14. "r a }(wof '
T f L.wt.y-8.e.. S8-I4-I5-10 la Tp. ., Madlaon at thence B: on sold at 11\4! : 01 NW xo
!1 L. -- VS ft to bur In 8ta... 1 B Wltkonkl I.SS 8E" of 51W34.. orW54oof NWA A-. ,
Lot 88 cant of railroad __________ ROOD Jstw. . .... One lot on B .1.... of MadUon at l4653 oft WI4g\ o .n 1 II II 801 T Wolf ......_ -.._ I." ;," .
Lot 42 *aat of railroad ___ Will I- . 411 In Wynn add to BUrka bonded NW
Lot 44 scat of railroad .__. ___ ? MI..I. J... - ..19 N hT M.dlnon it. W brlanda a E4: 01 .E" of IIWI' 0 ,(!j jNW'
Lot 47 ...t of railroad -L .. ? Amelia HakILot . 411SIO .. of E. 8. Matthew.. 8 kr _ ______. ....___...11 1 II 1. .J 11 Rlltbra..d' ._..__ l.At ,
80 seat of railroad ________ -- Chai. Parker _ __ : Wynn .A E: fcr Wm. Edwarda .A N4. of N114: _ _________.___.6.t .. b. C H lJrak. __ n.l''II

Lot 8 Otta sub #T In Scat Law. Mr,. Moor. . ______.______!8 'II _. 0 L -Ior. v ISSSSS ', .-10 A In 1111: Cor 01 p.4 01 N N;
____ ________ C..... Parker . !.N Com 157H! ft E of NB Cor of WU A N 820 ft af NFU: of It I I'I
.......SWI4 of of BEU8W E: Broadway A Hoyt atla, on Naid. BWU .A E 448 ft of BPU: ofBEUof "--II" :;; _... :,
of King-ley yo.A. _____"___.11 1 n C F Stewart .. .... of Hort A run E: toe ft. BWU A. 8% of NWU. -=-IC.I.: ..%___"W" .IT'. .-
% of BEH of HE' _____11 I n 10 ManSapp . SIO N 106 ft W 10B ft. S JOB ft to of 1134.!:" W 4Aa. W AEV'
10 JB Abraham _ BWU of BEU A of ( 1
IIW" of NWH of IIW y. __-a/ 1 II 10 A Paul 4.81III' 1.11 hoc In 8Urk ______________ti P H Bale ___ .... of BEU! A 8H. of 1'I-"L NFU of 9 F,;
BEBKW:-.VL of of aw _
NWH, __11 S II WUUam. Com MB ft E of NE Cor of
: of NEH of awl,& ______ 10 Ella . 41 1 534.aIA1n$5CowNofRr: 1
4 11 121
: of NWH. of SEr : _____11 1 II 10 C C I"roett . -- /./aW Broadway A Hoyt ata on N alda ,. w _ __ _..___.___18 I sa 101 Brooklyn Land Co _ ._. 17.48 '{I .
of Hoyt ., A run N 105 ft. B Corof .
2 A of WJ 4 of NWH'of; SBV !: Af T>aui __ 111 52 V, ft. 8 101 ft to Hoyt at, . _. ____ _.18NH 111 S Robert Cala ___.._ I... ',
--- --
NElil ___ __ _
of ___ 28
___ 5
I T L Quarry '.ea'' W 62 Mi ft to bur In fiturka __?SS S SS C B Mark. of NWU of NEU .nW4 "
N& of -----
W K A of NW 4 of NW"-II 12 Lot. 29 10 81 12 II 14 US A 96 A NWW of-BBU _.__11 S I' 890 R D Clayton. __._.__, 81.HIST. .
NWV! of BWH "f SWH .1:0: N 1-i 18 Tba American Trust Co. of Blk S In R. N Dowllnt'a liv4' a NW4 8834 ._I6 6 SOO W C Foalar . .**
of 8WH of SWH of BWH __.28 1 SSNr Admlnlatratora' _,- '.n add to Btarka In NEU of 8RU_SS S SS OB Marka Lot 4 - ----_:_...__:-==..S :: 0linkawn -::::==-_= 84* j
Com .t SW Cor of RWU of BEH -..., '.- Van of a 0 A lot oom .t NB +I'''151'51! flWI of 1fW" ____________11, 1 U 40 Oavla Donley. .. .____ '.MI I
. A run E: on Bee !line 410 COT of land formerly. owned by BWU of NEU 'I.5. I OA In NB
ft to a pt of beg. threes. NCAD T W Bwrat A run E to E line Cor 4> EH of NWU A NE4:

ft. E: 109 ft, S 060 ft I Jac W Wllllami .._ '.'1 of SM 310. throes B on Brain of BWU BEU: ,of BWU .* 1V.6.
.. W tee ft to bee .___________tt S SSSS -- ; 220 yd. thrnoa W to BBCor 10 A In BK Cor ..........___.24EH s 190 Brooklyn' Land Co _ ___ ..... .

5 Jamea Robrrti ..._...-- sio of land formerly. owned by of NWU aEIAof: WH sstt l
W'A' of SWM of NW'4 of BP14?28of 8 2S raid Swrat thence N to "belt In .. of 8WU 3 NI5V" ?.-.......__20 8 88 (t.vb Diinley. ______._ ..D' r
;! SEVj of 8EM A NH 18 Tb. American Trout Co. EV4: of SE4! ___SS S SS 4 C W Zarlnf .A Co .. .. to + rt
btlSE4 of BEV4 of SEH .___n7x I SS Admlnlatratora ___ 887 I1. A or the following' dtwcrlb8 1 tr

20 W L John . ___.____ 840 ed pica of land, to-wlt t Bra DILL PICKLE RRCII'IC; I, aey (ion of W. If lli. ..lii) and M... (1_ R.I4oaln :.
>ta 28 .A tt In Won laws. ____20VPV I" >
10 W -- 4.It* at a pt 210 ft 8 l of NW Cor (who.. re.litince I. unknown and who '
of NFIof _?_____88 5 21 CSLDFddw-lr- of NWU of REU: A run S 7 A to .1' leertit
SWVi ____ 10 -Rev ..* ', the wife of aald flea E. 11..1.1.) anti tu
8 SS
of KFW of I
NWVi chnc A ehana,
HIM Oil E 81(10
I each of them Hev ralty, .helnic' tha onlyItartlea
Several! for and I
111'4: t of NWVj "W'4 .of SW 60 A 3 Bryan ,, 10..& N 7 80-100 i-hnn. W g 81-100 rcquontit n recipe elalmlnir any iHieeenMlon right lltla .
", 01 NE'4 --".------ 4 8 2t 20 Slim! l.uplon .- . 488 rhna to bog in NWU of !KEH0,; \ I SSP S Unknown __... 80 dircrtlonH for making dill pickles( have or IntoreMt In or to the finds hereinafter de.wrlhrd .
W of RBM: of SEIxf!: --?- 8 8 22 IK 1-S A of 1'11'4' :' of NEH_ _81 I" II Ardell Leonard .. 8.78 OrnJ
820 E E Canons 8281 ? home or any part thereof, That A. H. +
of tho
W'. of A Wu 21 ------ tromp Into the ofllcc county [
EH EH of 8SK"4 8
----- W1654AofSF4ofNE4n\ Moor ., .
40 The American Teat Co. I aa admlnliitrator of the ** of W.
of NKH 8 8 22 10 A sold J. W. Alvania _81 8 SS 11 Alva Leonard .. .... dt'monBtraUonlJl't'nt. therefore tho .
;; Admlntatratom -. 81)8) ]f. ll .wla. rtMUannil ha. lied In thla hurt hi. S
2-8 Itt"N;; \
undivided ofNFV A Co _ 078 Com .t NE Cot of BWH of N 1 petition .. duly r.l0.d undo oath
following Is Hubmittcd to those inter fill.I
__ ______ 8 8 2S : : .
IW'A I''d:
fluty "NEvr" :: 10RSwallowegemtelnateln .. .--- !.81 )EU A run W 8 1-8 chop, B 12H I a, hy law and therein; and therehy I 1
0' of 8 8 22 ested
---- chn E 8 1-3 chop, N 12H : pars that I an nrd *r be made by thla court

NWM EVf of of WVi NWH of of NWH NE4f\ N__ I 8 tlNEVI SI) E E Canoes __ 488 stone to brit .__ __...________81 0 SSS I Carrie MeFaahlon . -- '..1'1 Dill pickles may lie made from ampowerlnii and authorUlnv. him aa aalil admlnbtralor 1..i at
--- A com .t NE Cot of NEH" of In Uk. MiefiMeliin of ewrtaln real 't
of BWVf W of ry A EHof 80 Wm C Rita '.81 1 NWU Iou"; ", W 14"iod'7'ft 70 i fresh or salted (tho former are choicer ..,.t. an aMHrta of anld i.tat for the liurpue. sad ,

E i6"Nwj.o1NW4n SWH _____10 8 (S 10 E E: Hlnckle ... _ 027 yd.. E: ydn' N to but the latter may have better keeping of aell Inn the >..... HI pay. the dxlila of said ,
f\' et of Wit'' of NWW-__W-=10P 0 0 11 22 10 Unknown . . ..ft. bee- ..........._____.__....8S 125 S Handy" Brymer .... ) dill ,xl ...t.,.. whlrh said, ..*.1 eatata In aid itelltlon J b
4 of SEVS! !: of 10WH sao Lot 1 of Rlk 1 Llnooln City I.t.n'II.oI qualities Employ ne" or
FiZ 10 Unknown . ftoeRrllted aa follow tIxiU ,
of of of NWV of NEM ___11EH 0 11 : of HFU wet of railroad' _8S S II ___ Mary Joiner . S.MS.OO herb and "dill nplcc"' composed of allspice .elvht i nina and ten In HI.irk. TlilrtrIx .. I

NWH. nf 8WM A WH 10 Mr A A Herrlnx _ 857 of Rlk 4 Lincoln City 1 In Hark coriander seed . aeoordlnir In the Rn ,
01 El, .. 8 tt
,1-IE14 of SWH H 20 Mra Nannie V Bundles _ 488 of west of ... S SS Mary Joiner . 1.11 pepper, W. ration of the town of W ithInirtfin I
F1J :==: aurvey "
\ Lo'.II.o: :1 .1nII
of NE4!: of _____ 11 0 22S :: ,
AF.4! .
821 4 B of Rlk I 5 and bay leaves in addition to the .
.... of Wt4' of ._ _____18 21 40 M.. A A Herrlnc / "' '1.,... Florida.
!.4 NWH 40 L -A Evan __, 8SS City In BH of BEH.' west of brine. It la further ..".....",... In aM petition I reo
VH of __ _..__..____12WV4 0 21
SFH, --- ..._ _ Lewla. .
of 20 Mra Nannie V HundleyUnknown - 488 railroad . ... _... __ ___>2 S II John that tlmre. le no imnional imiNrty belonirlna1( c
It j
; of NWH ._______'* 0 a
SWH Soak cucumbers in 1.r/;
PM of BWH of BUM' _______188W14 0 tl 10 i ..10 SH! of NWU, of NWH pipe brat 100 brine to .aid auto and that the said I .5bet. la In. T
of BWH of SWH\ _________ISWH 0 tl 10 B..llow". Hopkins _ ..B9 B line 80 ft W of Ry A ounces Halt to 0 quart of water. until dxbted, and that U I. neeeaeary to all laid) j JUnr i I
of EH': of SEW': of NWM __14 0 21 10 J Homer Llvlnx-toa __ Lab run 8 18 derree W 280"n. with real eataut In order to pay. said Indithtedneea.N .
the. brine will give the acid test
.. It W
W to .
Com at NE Car 01' SEW of SW 15 derreec w, therr ra, all and raeh of you Her* I
4 amnws50ftse90ft lln. of Bo*. 88. t tons N to N Itmua paper. Drain and arrange In Inbefor. named. and all other peraona In. ,' "

BBO ft. N <90 ft to hag _____18 I SS 7 Mn N E!: Mahona ,. _ 'IT W Coy of BWH of NWH. ted In laid land., or any part tlieraof,
8It of then.. E to boy .._.__._____88 1 SS8WH II The Ameitean Treat Co. ayera in a crock, putting a layer of hereby; are eommanripd to'apfiear' labors thaundemlirned y j 4y
of A Sty of of BEU A 4 A be* at BW AIItalDIe..._ . ...--.. Il N cherry or crape leaves first then the bunt judge or hi. eufldeaaor In
r"'of( NEH 1. 8 II 70 Matilda Disco . .._...... II." Coo of NWH\ of BEH" .A run cucumbers then few cloves the dill office, of Bradford Count Plnrlria. at ten t
NN1' VldV'of"Swiif"of"" I N 81 Oft, B 808 ft 8 4(8 ft. to ( a o'>\l k .. m., on tha inth i day. of July' A. I>.

SWH ex N 1 A for church ___11 I" 1 Pcllx Goodwin* . ..... I.B1 : land line tbrnm W 80S ft to a few small pieces of red pepper, and 1021 to show ratwe, If any', you. or either. of I I,
8W\ of BEH of NEH ____18 8 SSI 1.0 Julia Goodwin* '.1' bee .. ._____ _-_ S SSNH 44IT R O Onaaa . 1.JSTaxaa then the leaves. Continue until the yon have why. tbs aid petition should not 1Ii.
\" of NEHI___,_____1R St 40 Ranaom Reynolda . 1'.1' of BWH. of BWH *x S A I .'.Ol el.
RE4 of NW _______________18Com 8 12 10 .... Reynold... . __ .n crock U full. Cover with the brine Wit"... the Honorable R 11, flreen, County '13
at NW Cor of land owned ReecrlpUen. .... 'T. R.S A Owaer A. Caati which was drained ofT and to which .. of Bradford County.. Florida. ,* under j'j'JaI. rr't
by Elmlra Line on E aid of In NE Cor .A .. 1 A for the seal I of .aid Snort, thla June Otb A. D.
Ry A run E at right .* bureb. __ .______.____*-...1 SS R 0 On... ,. .--_ ..*4 have been added one half cupful of 1V2I at Btarke, .,..rtd.. '
Ry to B: lln of Sea. !t Com. .t NW Cor of NEH of N mustard seed, one half cupful of salt R A. AREBN I

thence N on Sea. lln. to Cantor PU am.Esllft.lOMft. : Cover with County Judira for Bradford County Florida.
ft. In div I thenc W 021 It. N 4 a light weight and seal ('liE"I.I) 9.17-'l-7-1' t

W on atreet"to.u Ry, tuna 8 A A B S A 10I1110.-{ .I 4 air tight for future use. .w - .u
alone Ry to bur In EH of NBH NWH of r
... have Cor NH NOTirB "J"
cxocpt aa
heretofor been do..Iota ._.__. 21 8 SS 1took Ouyoa . __ 10.H H. kt'n 10 ; B: A.V.Wof",, 85yda No Worm In a Healthy Cblld Th. Board of County Cnrnmlaatonara" of
Ten A com at center of Ry where. N 8 . ...__.__--1. 'II ST C N Bold.** . ....._.- ._ II SO Bradford County; Florida, will meet .t th* I III iJ.L
half mil. line of See. SI rune BEH of NEU" .. W SH eba All children troubled with Worm haw an UBbealUiyoDtor .our* two*. In th* Clark'rl...., Monday..
fling E: .A W croeeea .A run .A B 22S ft of NEH: of NEH ,which lodluaw poof blood,and s.a July 4. 121 ac a board of equallaera forth :
N on Ry 400 ft thenc Eat: .. W 2H bne _______...84 8 SSNH lob L Oraaa __... .... rula. tnara la tome or loaa aunnarh dielurbancaCROVE I pu....... of 'hearine; _pl.lnlll and] r..
right angles to old half mil 7.77 ", BH of NWH of NBK 40s :'B TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC gives. re...- eelvlnej tmtlmony aa to th* vain of aaynrot j :
line, thene W to be; -_ __** 121 10 R M Jeaklna .. B S A _.___._._.____-S4 S SSNEH L. La ___ __ '.n aaly fur two or three _... will enrich 'h. llioad. I >..rI,.. real or nereonal, or mined, aa Axed r 1
EH: of Ilk. 18offILW! of BEH 0 A la 8BH by. tha County Tax Assessor forM
n .
.aq: ,8-' Im thedlfeetloa..<...act... nerl&tretitti.anlnSTonkstotbawhotoiyeliim. I year l1
}4ofBIkl5ofREa8Sof : ('..,r _ _._______,__........S4NEU 8 SS 88 K: L Orlffl. _ ._ .- 741 prove *> 11121 .".In.t th. owner or ...n'* of aaaajproperty. ts
51k1Nof RIFayl : of BWH of BEH: _______ 4BWU 8 SS 10 C H Mark _ Iii Nature will then i r 4
NWH of of R S K A \ of NWU\ NH of IIWII 8 SSSS 110 .0 0 Grim. __.___ .__ lOll t..oII'. of dispel the. worma.aod!iheCblldwIllho C. A. ROBERTS .
N of SW4-lof Blk I 8 of 8W"o' NEU: EH of NBH to portect .naallb Plaaaant a Iakae10c pw bony O. W. ALDKRMAN.: Chalrmaa of Hoard.

R B: .A NH of BWH of NW\6 .......ts1 5 lot WC Poeter ......__ 1111INW' Clerk and Auditor. 4-17-21. I
Ilk 18 of Kif B: In Temple McRa 10.1' of 8>HWW :-____.. I" 40 A.. Hunter .. .__ '.1'1''

cub dlv . _____________2SNH S SS IT D 0 of SWU _________ 7 SS ftO MM. arlfflf .._____ JI.t'I NOTirR TO. I
....... ......._... .17 Who CaraoTQueea CREDITORS AND DERTOBBrVadltora
of SEH of BWH .."pL I AIn D P PaHuxa . IliNW4 BE 4 of BWU -_ BNEU 'II 40 Ul and all .
NW Cor _._____....--SS III 11 \ of BWU *. IS A la NW Ell MI belli, It l id said, pouellMd .".1110' th* octet nf penvm C. H Purlin.baring, ..claim.. of*

\ of NWH of SEH 8 so I. Elliott. /tai Cor ........_....... t 'II ST O H Mark .... as runny an H.OOll KOWIIS. at one tline. I tbs Bradford, Btoto. of da.aee r ,
.Wg of BWH. of NEH _______JJ 8 SS SS 5 B B Bllcoz I . I.It BEU of NLh: ___________ S 7 M 40 J C! Oalny INN IUHIJ of the rl .b mt stuffs .e S All < <
*. of NEH!: of NEH of 8EH _** 7IS Unknown . 'A '.17 28 A of NWH of 8WH ____ 8 7 SSNWH SOss Henry Mlub.Il _krnakaowa 7.11' were th.r.d to tha underalaned admlnlatratrlx withIn '
7 A In BW Cor of SEH of NWH-2S S SS DLShat.-. I.U NW4oE341w" 1AaN6 rloimwd with luce, embroidery and Boo one year nr they will be forever barred.

W 12 A of NH of BEH of 8W"I 11 10 Swallow.A EopktaaBvhram - 1.1t Cor ._.___. ,n., 8 7 SS . 7,41 Jew..'.. And .11 prawn Indebted. I to the old a-tato 4'
rTWH of NWH of NWH _______Ja- SS NE4Of85111 _________, 4 'II 40 R A Nwaaa I'" are reaulred. to par their .eld debt to lIMo #.
BBH of NWH .A BW 80 A Adam Thom I'' PH'] of BH of 5W34! of 8EHWH 4 'II 10SO R P Moran IM. aald AdmlnUtratrlx forthwith.
SE* of NWH ----1* 8 SS 40 we.....** LIt of NWU of BWH, _7.I-----; 4)) 7 SS Unknown ............... .... Dated this Sth day of .I""... A,, f>. 10tl. rt
EtOl/: 3El ______________- 5 8 SS .era' I'I'I-t' "l Com at NW Coy of BWH of NOTICB OP 8ALBNotla MARY LOUISA PURLINd,
!5W34 of NW'4 a. N'" run E ft, 8110 B-10-H.8-5" Admlnlatratrlx.NOTIfR .
;::0I to hereby .
of 8WM _NPta It Pony A Draw IUtN14 ft.E'.v"710 ft, ft to trim to all paiaona later.e b
S..,,' ___?___ _JO 8 SS 10 B F Menu 1.1" beg - 1 'II S Amy La*. 8.SO >Ud (. the atop of W. If. Bah il.n.ieil,
/: of; "sw 4 of NWH ___--_11 8 SS EH oi $,, ;f"OTftTfitJ". that I. A. B. Moor, admlnlatrator of the till Or APPLICATION rOil TAH P5511UNDER : ,. ,

On. A In ew Cor of EH of BBS 1 C If HoMrr ...18V. of NEU S t SS 00SI4 Jamea Clark . .... 1S.40 .., will thirty day* after the data of the KurnON 878 OP TH.
of 8E' ___ _____..1'1' 8 SS SH of NM of NWiiw iff; sips publleatloa of thin _..... apply to the GENERAL. STATUTES
A IB NB Coe of BWH"of BEK : NWH of BWU! _________ OJIWH 'II C L Peek -...._._ ... .40,20 Ton. R. A. 0...... county. ludir of Bradford Notice I Ie kenby Rive that H. C. Wlmb.rlypurehca.r
belna lANABbySAE 1 J A ..- + + .." of NWH BH of NWH Coanty. Florida for an order. to sell at mr.|. of Tax Cortlncato No, 18, dated tho
A W _ _- i ___T 8 SS of BEU _____-____ __ I 'II 84)) Jama Clark . SKI Isle .... or publl' anetlon for the pnrpooe Sth day of June, A. D. toll .... filed. aid.otlAet.
Com at NE Cor of ofNE n it NH of NRU of NEH _- --.- S 'II S* If Peeplea Art '..11r" of the payaumt of o>bl.. the followinaerlbad ..*. In my olTlee" and baa .._... application
4 A. run W 88S ft. throesnutheatorly of NEH n 10 A In BB property, to- rlt t for tax deed to laau In a *nrdano*
ft W ..... 878 with I.... Bald .-'Ift.... ......_ tli* following -
to a pt 125 ------t 1110 C H Marka' Iota .'.ht (0)) nine (0)) and tea fit), <.
of Bee. Urn on 8 aide of SB "WH y.w5 __II T IS 44) J P Pads Agt _-..._-. '.n Block. Uilrty-alx ("". aeaordme to th* ax.ond d-Mrlbed. property', eltuated In Brad-
% of NEH. thane* DOutbt'b ..- BWI4: of"NWH"--__________isSWH 'II 40 A J 001..,.. 7.17 subdivision of J. W. 5'.%.p aarvoy ef lord (;n."',. Klorfda. to-wltl
080 ft to a pt 120 ft from of NEU!:' A. BWH\ of SBH h. town of Worthlmrtoa' Iprln,.., Plorida. North Half of North Half of NortheatQuarter I iL
acid Sea. line, then K: 120 of NWU\ 11 'II 54) W C j Poctor . ,.., This May ... m,. or North Half of North Half of Iota ,
ft to Be*. line, thenc. N OD. Polly A Drew '..1.s.o. BHof NWU, of SW! _..._. 11 T SI 20 W T Wceka _. .... A. L MOORE 1 and I. Hc. 80, Tp. 4, B. R. .3 B.: 84 acreTh -.
lln. to be* _________-_ 27 1 II IS I! Alt .. NEU .f NEH" -..,____18 'II 800 The Southern Caul VaadlxaT\ Admlnlatrator of the Palate of W. H. BoalaDoeeaeed. the .* said land hump. at tb* ..ate of ,
laeuane of
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... TELKCEAPH. gTARKK!" FLORTOA .. 1l.1A1l .: . 1 FRIDAY JUNE 24. 1921.
-t j,, "*GE FOUR J'J. lH''iM.'B' HLw BRADFORD COUNTY _ ,. _LRf -'=

to use terse expressions at the same =
l Hradford County() : Telegraph time we are shown proper conduct ffJX 16iti' ':

and are enlightened on ancient bis : lf: lJiJlfJ l.f .. )

Published weekly and entered as tory the But Good nothing Book is gained simply by for reading the* lv: ll : Sure old bus

second class matter, at the postoffice sake of hunting for curiosities. L7cw; arr1} .:..: a/UC. :.Y.YF enouk: 4he

- ; at Starke, Florida. : CORD..l1.. -:::Y: ,
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E. S. MA TfnEWs, Editor and Owner, !.,(':, 'I .''To'$' : -went 17ackonmeIT
Mr. and Mrs. Bloxham Ward and < .: .
(children Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and I Lt" < I

A headline says: "Convicts show daughter, Olga of Gainesville, spent -.... .. C 'f'j tS!<.11

/ higher average Intelligence than average Sunday here with relatives. '.. I PUSK D HER around.
j citizen." Thus the saying that Mr and Mr. L. W. Sowell Mr. and ''t WAS.a.whale.. . .
dt Mrs. A. J. Sowell!
"a little" knowledge is a dangerous with relative spent at Cooter Sunday Pond afternoon O OF A bill, and. the old bus PULLED. A. thlng-a-ma-Jig.*
thing docs not hold after all. !Ij *
Willie Mae Oliver
4 boat.
spent the week- GROANED AND shuddered. AND THE blame
wl end at Pine Hill. 'b . . .
n ., Ye buck swillers and booze rustlers, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Crosby, Miss m, AND FINALLY stalled. BACKED UP the hill.
read Judge Green's first epistle to the Lorene Bryant of Wauchula, and Ar- Ail w! . . .

1, moonshiners, and act upon it, and you dell Crosby attended church at Miller AND YOU could fry egg. WITHOUT EVEN hesitating,
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,p will not have to hear his second epistle l- Sunday. . V8O .

which is apt to be a jail sentence. Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, Resale, ON THE radiator. f learned. .a trick.
; Our sheriff and his officers do all they were in Worthington Friday after- . .
t can to bring liquor makers and sellers) w WELL WHAT I know. WHICH.EVERY. driver.
J before the court, and when there our noon.Miss Mary Mott of Hague, spent . .

d fearless county judge will do his part of last week here with her sister, 1 ABOUT .BUZZ. wagons. SHOULD. REMEMBER.. .

,l i part to stop the traffic. Read his let Mrs. L. W. Sowell. WHEN IN doubt, light up.
ter elsewhere in this paper. Mrs. D. W. Pinholster and daughter r COULD o BE. written. bit . .

+ Rear Admiral Sims likes to shoot Thursday, Marie,here of St.with Petersburg relatives., spent Mrs. .4. . ::1." .. . ON A postage stamp. A "SATISFY". .cigarette.

k off his mouth. Hilt mouth is like a Pinholster and daughter have been will know Vacuum ':. '' BUT I fld ied around. FOR WITH one of thos.

twelve-inch muzzle discharging three visiting relatives in Georgia and were YOU Cord Tires their . . -

inch projectiles. It Is not a "disap enroute to their home. They have by AND. TORE my new ahlrt. GEARED. TO. .youf teeth.

t pcaring" gun, for it is In evidence all many friends here who were glad to distinctive jet black tread- .0 start anything.
t. the time. He was never known to hit welcome them back to our town. the treed that is guaranteednot AND GOT. .all.smeared up. YOU . !
Rev. McClellan has been .
on the sick ,.
anything, except the other day, when, list for the past few days. to skid on wet, oiltreacherous THE ENGINE would start.
during a speech. in London, he said . .
Mrs. U. D. Johns and son, of New
that the Sinn Fein sympathizers here River, attended church here Sunday. pavements. BUT LIZZIE wouldn't.

,l are good Americans as long as they Chester Andreu and Maxle Kellyof Their generous oversize, Air-To ltt roe of SO tbat.hilI..
want money; at other times they work New River, spent Sunday afternoon IT didn't take much perenaslon to
carefully: inspected construction ' your demltr to mhow 00 Chesterfields going-they're.
to the injury of this country by endeavoring I t.
a here.Freeman ana..o..m. SO ands up That blend of fine Turk.Ask .
you self-starters.
to create enmity between Shaw lion the sick Hat and highest quality materials ..
I this week. ae.Ied tin of SO Chmfturguldm. Ish.and Domestic tobaccos makes
4 America and England. Secretary Several of the boys from here attended warrant their being A compeer, oon- ONE OF.lay. .cigarettes. friends by the millions. Another thing
i; Denby, who is a politician and careful .
instant end Chesterfield
.b.o/.t.lT don't find a amok.
the at the home AND THOUGHT It over.J. -you
1v.. to save the Irish vote for his party,, and Mrs Wiley party Thomas of of Cooter Mr. guaranteed- per warranty JLIR-T1OHT pmckiatth . er "shifting" brands-be'a.w."high"

p has recalled Sims and will probably Pond Saturday night. tag attached to each casingfor cJere"'*. keep fmmhindefinitely. THEN t had a hunch. aU-u.1' time j
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4 give him a reprimand. Yet the admiral Malone Norris, of LaCrosae, was a 9,000 mile.
r told the truth which is furthermore visitor here Sunday.C. .

*: shown. by the /ct that the Moody and son, Herman, of LaCrosse Safe, wear-resisting, attractive .

other day five hundred machine guns, and Collie Weeks, of Santa ; reasonably priced.
J a'j secreted on a steamer bound for Ireland Jo'e. were in town Saturday enroute to

'' were seized by government: o'/4- Starke.G. .
R I clala in New York harbor.TEACHERS' B. Colson, T. B. Pinholster and
Claude Crosby spent Monday after-

r noon attending to business affairs at R. BURROWS deft/II ter e14

; TROUBLES the county seat. can
r" Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey were In STARKE FLORIDA O
According to a Levy county LaCrosse Sunday afternoon.

jury it is not an offense to assault Lucian Johns, of Alachua, passed

a school teacher who whips your through here Sunday.Mr. .

44 "#1 child. An interesting case came and Mrs. Julian Peek of Starke, guest for a few days: of her daughter, -- CIGARETTE

before Judge Sale recently wherein passed through here Monday. Mrs. Lois Galloway.F. .

} in John Russell was charged with day R.with A. Weeks relatives and at family Starke.spent Sun- H. Long, of Starke,'was here on LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.

k ar assaulting Prof. Johnson, principal Col. D. E. Knight, of Starke, passed I business Saturday.
of Williston school.! The .
' verdict through here Monday. I Mrs. Jesse Reddish spent last week -

was not utility.-Levy Times John Shaw, of LaCrosse, was a visitor in the Wateroak section with her sister -
4 7 Democrat. here Saturday afternoon..
Miss Dors Clark.
is Once Sam Jones offended a Ken- Mr. Johnson and family and his '
this week.Mrs. .
t ', I tucky audience by using, as they mother<< spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mn; R. R. Thede were Lawtey. Silas Futch visitor to i I
1' of A relatives at Ziff. . visitors to Starke Tuesday.Paul was a
it gt thought, a wrong speech.
x k colonel arose and remarked: "We Mr. and Mrs Tom Baxter and Wale Dinkins, of Jacksonville, is I Starke Saturday. I

p raise honHen, suh, but we rear chil- 'ter Baxter, of Jacksonville, are hereon spending this week in Lawtey with his M. D. Carter and family, of Water- II oro
a visit with relatives. parents. oak, were visitors to Lawtey Sunday.
dren. the
Quick lightning
as evangelist -
retorted "Yes raise horses Mrs. Bryan and son, of New River, J. E. McMahr, of Green Cove, wasa Three carloads of sweet corn were
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you were here Monday afternoon.R. visitor here Sunday. shipped to the-northern markets last
worth fifteen thousand dollars and
A. Weeks was in Jacksonvillethe
week. Good prices have been received
you rear children not worth fifteen first of the week attending to bun- Julius Eunice came up from San. .o far.

a; rents. One ,of the reasons for the Incas<< affairs.' Ford and spent Sunday at his home in Rev Mitchell, editor of the Florida TRACTO.1 .
falling off in quality of a big percentage Eldon Baxter motored to Worthing. Lawtey.
Baptist Witness of Jacksonville
1 of our young people, so often ton Monday afternoon. S. W. Leach, of Jacksonville, was a delivered
a sermon at the Baptist church
remarked, is in a great measure due J. J. Morgan Is having his store visitor to Lawtey Saturday and Sun-
1'' to the slack in the schools. building repaired this week. Sunday, morning and evening, in the
j Mr. Craig, of Cooter Pond was attending day.Mrs. absence of the pastor, Rev. Boyer, Do MoreinaDay
1 The teacher has no one to back him A. A. Smith and Mrs. W. H.
to business here Tuesday who preached at the Bryceville Baptist
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and if he who is the McCormick visitors to Jacksonville
whips a boy son Rev. Joyner of Dukes will fill his were church.

1 of some clabber-inflated local mag. regular appointment here next Saturday Thursday.W. .
Hate he has a fight on hh hands, and and Sunday at the Free Will E. Torode and family spent The Glen St. Marys baseball team

he Is sure to (come out second beet Baptist church. Everybody Invited to Sunday at Kingsley lake. came over to Lawtey Thursday and

This state of things is one.of the reasons attend services. Henry Burney was transacting bus. played a game, the score being 18 to 0 J I
here attended the in favor of Lawtey. Do It Better
Is why teachers are so hard to secure Several from Incas in Jacksonville Tuesday.
for our schools. dance at Worthington last Thursday E. J. Roberts left Sunday to spend Revival services will begin at the

night. a few days with relatives in Baldwin, methodist church, South, Sunday, and ,
Vancoe'Hazen entered school here St. George Ga., and Jacksonville. will continue for two weeks. Rev
Monday. Henry Ezelle, the pastor will be assisted I One
A. A. Crews of Highland, was a man with a FORDSON
Frazier Shaw was In LaCrosse one by Rev: R. A, Davis. ,
visitor here TRACTOR do
Saturday.Mrs. can more
A person, signing himself as "One day last week Doyle Boyer is spending a few days
4 that reads Bible daily," has sent us U. Y. P. U. Sunday night at 730.: E. E. Burney was a visitor to with relatives in Jacksonville. ,, work easier and'with less
+ Be prompt. Tuesday. expense than two men can
"Bible facts'
some with request to I
i Mm., RTV.. and children .
Boyer returned do
publish. The "facts" statistics with horses. This means
M d ifo-; i dwi BRADFORD
that with FORDSON
f. il about the mechanical construction of you a
where they spent several days with
;l verses of the Biblo. Such statistics TRACTOR can actuallyraise
w Lawtey, June 24.-Miss Florrie friends. Bradford, June 24.-W. S. Edwards
were mostly gathered by monks the and family of Palmetto, are visiting more crops, with lees
Terry of Starke, visited her parents Charles Dinkins was a visitor to
monasteries hundreds of years ago, here Jacksonville Sunday.George relatives and friends here. work and less expense. And
and not hold good to day after Sumner and Harley Andreu attended this
may i
means profits
.t McCormick of Gainesville Roberts and I your
_ Mrs W. II. a party of relatives
church at Miller
i4 the revisions the Bible has Sunday.
many unf -
1 will be
I with fewer
+f dergone. We presume the sender of was the truest\ last week of her and friends motored to Kings- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harrell and greater
sister Mrs. A. A. Smith. ley lake Sunday afternoon. hours of work.
., the letter has copied his "facts" from daughter, Lucile were guests Sundayof I
some medicine almanack; if he has W. E. Torode was transacting!:: bus- Mrs. M. 1. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dukes, of !' Betides the FORDSON vffl take ae
hess in Jacksonville Monday. is visiting relatives In and Worthington. ft
really gathered them himself, they nearWXS8BEBBS& ear of ."ry' power Job on Uw.
show that he does not "read" his Bible Mr. and Mr*. L. H. Hill went to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards and | farm. It to light, aUrt, ..tb1e fa
their cottage!: at Kingsley lake last daughter, Corene, wder guests Sunday control and operation, yet It ....
skims .. ........ .......
4 only over the verses in week, where they will spend the remainder '''''''' .0. ""' ''" of Mr. and Mrs T. H. Rimes. I pow_ and endurance to spue.
? quest of something in their
of the summer. Messrs T. B. and W. S. Edwards
/ t construction and after a 'chapter is I Too abonki see the FORDSON
I ; v Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a SIX I and W. M. Harrell attended to business .
I finished, turns to the next ignorant in Starke Saturday.N. t work to .PPNda..t..oncI.-
,of what he has read. professional viistor here Thursday.A G. Hayes entered the normal at I' fat cepabUltUe. W.will. gladly
daughter was born to Mr. and It.. tbe If will
yon proof you
The Bible is the Brooker
most abused and GILLETTEBLADES Monday. i
Mrs J. B. Rowe Thursday. I eh for them,eitber by a personal
't slandered of all books. All sorts of Virgil: Edwards of Tampa, vis'ted call, phone of cud.
'. liberties are taken with It, and by Rev. E. D. Boyer was a business relatives here last week. poet

tearing sentences from theirt'ont'xta visitor to Jacksonville Monday. Several of our young folks spent '
y away Miss Bessie Terry came over from Sunday afternoon at Worthington. !'I .r\o. .
+ the designing and bigoted /
!: Jacksonville and Sunday at the A bee held :r<<
I tt spent robbing was at the homeof ;#: z + '
w + tried to prove almost any assertion Mr. and Mrs. N. G. e.a \t !
home of her parents, Mr and Mrs T. With Hays Tuesday j
they may make by the Bible. This J. Terry. night. A large crowd was present j'j

t, i '' has caused 11 to suffer in the estimation Hernftm: Thcde., of Jacksonville Mr. and Mr. Monson Edwards of j

rA ; of many, who do not lake then was the !guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Miami and daughters, Mrs. Pearl I I.
v pains to unravel the true meaning of Thede.P. HOLDERr. Christman, of Live Oak, and Mrs. Lo

4 passages, which are rendered some G. Haigler and family moved here rene Popham_of Tampa, are spendIng '!
what a few weeks at Worthincrton. 62522
by the language and : i
last week from Quincy. :Mr. Haiglerhas
of Mrs. A. B. Surrency of Pine Hill, V.XB.Detrefc
: : style composition used and the $1.25PREPAID
uk7 ) j frequent references to customs and purchased what is known as the spent Friday with' Mrs. C. W. Ed- I .
Foster farm where they will move as wards: I -
t conditions in ancient Canaan, andthey1 be of'I' ----
soon as necessary epalra Mr. and Mrs. Lake Patrick .
consider it to be mostly a salmagundi made on the cottage. They are at Plant City, visited relatives here last .rr- --

t of contradictions and weak and present located at F. H. Long's cottage Thursday. .,...;. -::.;:::-
', meaningless phrases. east of the depot. In Attractive Case Grandma Baxter is on the nick list : ---

But to those who have studied the Miss Mary Boyer is spending a few this week. ..
ly customs of the people and the peculiarities Mrs. Annie Pinholster of Prooker, i 0
days with friends in Ocala. Sal
I sfacion Guaranteed
of climate and nature'' and spent Sunday with her Mrs. C.
Mrs Lula Ogletree stopped over a
5 T. conditions of Bible land, and are ac- or Monty Refunded M. Andreu. I:
few last week with Mr. and Mrs.
quainted with the language days N. G. Hayes attended business
changes our T. J. Terry, while enroute from At- in Gainesville Thursday.

i ti has undergone, the Bible is a lanta to her home in Terrell Garden.J. This. offer for a limitej ,.Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry and children '
dignified revelation of wisdom
; truth C. Cone, of Bronker was a business time were guests of relatives at La-
and beauty. Reading it in only.
sequence, visitor to Lawtey Saturday Crosse Sunday. I
.f I DO contradictions will be found but a Mrs Charles Dlnkina left Sunday' Mr.. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards spent
concise! exposition of God's laws and the week-end! with the latter's parents -
for Memphis, Ttnn., where she will bs Remit by order
money or
advice about our conduct by inspired Mr_and Mrs.. T. N. Norman\: of
men, matchless aphorisms and interesting cash-no Stamps Starke, .

,' v accounts of the history and mythology Mrs: Essie Short Mrs" Aerie Colson and daughter
t of the ancient Jews and other Iva, of Pine 11111, visited friends here'

J (' peoples. But ignorant men should THE DIVINE FAITH DOCTOR FRAD RAZOR CO. Monday.Mrs. .
A. A. Edwards and Miss Eva FORD GARAGESTARKE
f have the Bible explained to them by Who can cure the following r diseasesor Edwards were shopping in Worthing .
L capable divines, or they are apt to complaints without use of any mt'CI.liCine I 1475 BROADWAYNEW ton Tuesday..

misunderstand many passages' and to or herbs:. Rheumatism, Toothache YORK CITY I i FLORIDA

take liberties with others in their de. Sick Headache Kidney and Liv- Mrs. S, E. Brownlee returned last .
: siN to "prove by the Bible" the righ. er Blood Troubles, and give Dropny Luck. Burn CUnwes.j. Stop Cure the =.n..mwmunuu............. Thursday from Paltaka where she vis- '' CAN'T KEEP HOUSE WITHOUT---IT selves -
that want to discontinue
'teousness of themselves and the'er- we
ited her daughter, Mrs. A. V. Long. |
that trouble the human
tore of others. body.any pains J. R. Halligan,.formerly of Starke, the Telegraph,but each year when we

14' 11- 'All eminent English scholars recommend Cold Cause Urtp ana Influenza The Quintet tout Dot Not Affect 1>,i. Heed"hcMlM now of Whittier, Calif., writes us this find our subscription baa expired tr*
the reading of'the Bibl as \\feme Residence i I. at5TARKE ,,,,,. '.. '. kind letter' I
LAXATIVE:DROVO OWNINETrtlow/ or In Krotc and .I .'''ect. ., .tA.: at Please find enclosed
of the best! means to thoroughly! FLA. Th. '. TIME[ BKOMO QUININE (t,ly....> can tw taken '"For three once get busy.
one; re only one ?+>o oC. QuiDlr. by enymu without cau,lo4, t.erwaae..oreua'M years Mrs. Halligan and check for continuance of paper to
:.learn the English language. We learn ;.W GROVE sUi...."'..m bus. SOc. UlthuJicaiJ. h-W.OKuVLi .ull lui ia Ixjl. Asavyn.u. I have been trying to convince our- j I our address."
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HMV O_ p_... ".n-.u ... -Second-hand cane mill FIRE, LIFE. BONDS, AUTOMOBILE 1.
Pky.... .. ,. c._.. .r.t r_ not less than 10-inch rollers, and
WAS SO RESTLESS HE COULDN'T boiler not under 60( gallons. S. U.
Thompson, Lawtey, Fla. It''
- FORSALE- oung\ single comb
Mrs. W. E. Davis is quite ill at the Mrs. J. W. White. Mr. Ray and son ALWAYS WELCOME Rhode Island Red hens,. heavy layers ,

home of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.A. I 1 I have gone to Jacksonville to spend a good color, $2 per head or *t 5 e
![I few days with relatives, and from "With the exception of a little milk per trio. Mrs. TV L. Wainwright I .
Roberts and children, of Law- there will return to their home in toast, which comprised my diet for Lawtey: Fla, *s ' 6-24-4t' ,

tey, were visitors to Starke Friday. j|I Dunedin. more than eight weeks could not eat Why Many Don't Save-- I +
anything," said Capt. Geo.. W. Wom- FOR SALE EO acre farm, one mill ..- lis

Seed peas.! J. F. Kickliter. It. 666 cures Malarial Fever. ble, residing/ at 105 Jennings Street, of depot,..12 acres stumped, rood
Knoxville, Tenn., a highly respected well'of water and dwelling house;

Weeks of Brooker citizen of that city. good crop on place; good/ hors, eon
Virginia spent Friends here have Saving will find is not wholly -
received the following money, you ,
last week as a guest of Harriet Ritch. "I am now able," continued Captain and calf, farming,utensils, all for ;:
announcement: Mrs. Clara G.
cash D. W. Alvarez Dollars-and-CenU matter. This statement
Womble, "after taking two bottles of $880, or terms. a *
Quigley announces the marriage of .
Rnb-My-Tlam cure cores. her daughter, Lena Victoria, to Mr. Tanlac, to eat practically anything; Starke..t 6-17-ti may sound strange but it is true. -
had bad form of stomach and intestinal I .
William Carmon Bates a s
on f jrI
Cooper &; Snellgrove have a new1i5foot June 16,' 1921, Scituate, Mass.. Miss trouble for a long time and for LOST.-.On June' 3rd white"and liver Saving is first of all a Brain-and
well at their mill near the de Quigley spent several winters in months my condition had been much pied pointer dog named "Joe," 5 or money i
our ...,
pot. town with her brother, J. T. Quigley, that I suffered agony. I got so 1 6 ;years old; one front tooth out. Re- Backbone matter. And this is just the reason

and her friends here join the Telegraph could not eat the simplest food. I ward for return to L. B. Hall, why peopl who make t
so money
tried doctor after doctor'and all kindsof 6-17-2t
The Senior B. Y. P. U. had an en- in congratulations and good
joyable moonlight picnic Tuesday eve wishes. medicine but nothing that was pre can't save an o f it...they don't think and
at Kingsley lake. scribed for me seemed to do me any
ning WANTED-We want a lady or gentleman have little selfcontrol.Happily .
Rnb-My-Tism for rheumatism. good. I hjid a terrible pain in my agent! for the genuine J. R.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Strickland, of breast Just over my heart and for Watkins Products In Starke and!
Jacksonville, visited relatives in town A beautiful entertainment was given weeks and weeks I got no relief."I other vacant towns. A big opportunity however, there are very .; A"v

recently.The by the music committee of the finally got so nervous that I actually for any hustler. Write today who cannot learn the necessary lessons, if ;
Woman's Club last Friday evening, dreaded to see night come as I for free sample and free particulars
Presbyterian Sunday school the proceeds being given for the club could not sleep and was always too of our wonderful offer. J. R. Watkins they will.

had their annual picnic yesterday, at house fund. Miss Irene Brown is a restless that I would rejoice to see Co., 65 Memphis, Tenn. 'ii.e

Kmgsley lake. -*" ity.reader Miss and impersonator Florence Matthews of rare, abil Mrs. daylight come. I was also constipated 0-17-6t The time to start is today, and the place.. .J

Col. A. Z. Adkins spent Sun i y.'in' 'J. E. Futch and Miss Mona Alderman all of the time. In fact, life this Bank. We'll help by adding 4 per cent
seemed a burden and I was so mis- ,1
Gainesville at the home'ofhis '' delighted: the audience with their musical Piles Cured In o t. 14 Days
nephew,,as Mayor a guest J. C. Adkins. numbers. Mrs. D. C. Jones, erable that I was almost on the vergeof DnuUUM refund money If FAZO OINTMCNT hlk interest compounded quarterly.,, -
chairman of the music committee, arranged despair. Several of my neighbors to cure:IlLhluc.Hlliid Blmxiln I *or Protnidlnii PHr. .
Imiantlv itlimii'' lichlno. filet, and you cm rirjuul \
666 cures Bilioasn_. this very attractive program. told me about Tanlac and advised me *' 'i>uiii r th fU et eiuiluuuua. J"rt lit '

Rub-MyTism kills Infection. to try it. NOTICE BANK OF STARKESTARKE ;;i
"I with
am personally acquainted
Levy Canova, who is attending the Th. Town. Council of Starfce. Fla., will meet
Jacksonville Business College, spent Mr. Dan M. Chambliaa, of the firm of at the council room Tueadar July. It 1BS1M y,
the week-end with his parents, Mr. The astronomers predict that on Kuhlman &; Chambliss, and when I a board of qualleere and,reeelvln fur the purpoea totlmonra of FLORIDA i
hearlnaoomplalnta ? ,
next Sunday or Monday night told him of and how I .
we condition
and Mrs.-E. E. Canova. may my to the value. of any property, real or peraonal. -
i expect to see shooting stars, etc., on suffered he advised me to begin taking or mined, u flied toy the Town Tai A. .
account of the of the cometto mar for the peer 1111. ...I""t the owners Under State Supervision
Cassie Strickland, "who lives just nearness Tanlac without delay and that it or ajrenta, of such property ,
east of town, was the first to bringnew the earth, for it will be then only had relieved hundreds of the best people D.WITT 0. JONES.Atte.tI ewgtk
ten or twelve millions of miles in Knoxville. I have taken Chairman CouncilO.
away. now
sweet potatoes to the market this
A. FUTCH. Cashier
G. C. White
season. But the same free show was set for two bottlea of Tanlac and am givingyou Town Clerk. 6-14-Zt E. S. Matthews, Prea. ,

June 13th, but didn't materialize, so this testimonial In the hope thatit

Eggs wanted. J. F. Kickliter. It. i the Telegraph will not guarantee any may induce others to take it. Since
thing. Pay up your subscriptions, taking: this medicine I actually feel

Prof. Beel; of the Jacksonville Business watch and wait. I, like I had been made all over again,

College, motored here Friday afternoon with the.youth, energy and ambitionof nl..I..._,.=..lII1IImI1ftI1l11111mmmmmmra1lBllllDllI: mmlDlll'll l-'DIIImIDflCl', 'I.
and was the guest of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Jones and son, who a sixteen year old boy."
Mrs. E. E. Canova.Mr. have been visiting her sister, Mrs. '.
W. E. Middleton, have returned to
and Mrs. E. II. Jones and their home in Pineda. BRYAN'S PRICESLarro .
daughter, Violet, together with Miss XotQMCHLiN
Cooper, of Tampa, were guests of. H. Miss Madge Middleton l is in Hampton
B. Wiggins and family Monday.RubMyTiim visiting Misses Maggie Maxwelland F
Ethel Hunt. Dairy Feed _.?...___.___$8.2B/
kills Pest Corn, per sack ...._?.... 1.90
pain. ;
Little Miss Hazel Middleton has Best Oats, per sack ??.__..... 2.20 sail under has overcomethe conmiofrlrste ;
Arab Sweet Feed, sack .... 2.RO Ship and '
gone to Pineda to visit her grand per of' Urn trouble
Mr. and Mrs. James Shepard and I mother. Milo Sweet; Feed, per sack ..?. 2.BO; the Stars and Stripes to causas 1 4s.'S
daughters returned Tuesday from several -
No. 1 Timothy Hay, per 100 Ibs. 1.75/ :
days visit at points in South Mrs. R. V. Turner and charming/ Hudnuts Grits, per sack __.__. 2.BO/ all parts of the world

Florida. daughter Loyselle of Sumner, erevlsitlnA' Juliette Water Ground Meal ... 2.BO when j
at, the home, of her Sugar, per 100 Ibs. ___?.___._. 7.BO THERE wai a long period TREAD CUTS t I
G. M. Inman and family are enjoying parents, Best White Meat, per lb. .__..;_ .16 1 it WM" not true, but today It '
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Johns.
) the cool breezes and fine sceneryat Lard, per 60 Ib. tub ..__._--... 6.40 b proudly true once more- r
Kinpsley lake? and are comfortably W 11.. Self Rising Flour .__ ._. _. fi.OO trade'and passenger route area 'l
domiciled at Magnolia Lodge. Carlyle Peek, who Is a teacher in 24 Ib sock _._______.______.,... 1.40 o'abluhed that you can .hlp ''S'Sg
Georgia visit Tech his, Atlanta, Col.arrived and Sunday Mrs.C. \ -. 24 Ib. sack Ballard &; Ballard your good, or you can ..II. tony When a tire S is cut, dirt and moisture work in be- '1
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop spent ; to parents, Self Rising Bilcult'st on part of the world. under the the and
several days this week in Green Cove L. Peck. market __ __.________._____ 1.60 Start and Strlpei. tween the layers of cords weakening tire 1 to .,
Springs, where they visited her par Good gray Shorts _______.... l.PO causing early decay. p4
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt. Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Bitter 6 lb. can Crisco ____________. 1.20 The program of routea It being 1 uise.thq
-- had business in Starke Wednes'S lb. can Crisco ._ ______.__..___ .B5 carried out with *n eye to the .
Arthur Williams has torn down the day. 14! Ib. can Crisco _._..._.--._ .35 future a. well a preterit needa Michelin Tire offer maximum protection against
I old fences around the lots In rear of Best Bend Rice, per sack .__-,___ 5.00 of American exporter and Importer such injuries. The exceptional toughness and \ '
his residence and is fen- MrR. E. L. Biggs: went to Jacksonville Brown Sugar, Ib --.____.___.._ .08 and all American pros orn
erecting new this morning to spend the day. No. 8 Cook Stove _____________18.BO perity. See that the ahlpa you thickness of the Michelin tread prevent many
ces and bringing about other improve- 1 We sell Cotton Seed Meal. Acid Phosphate use are owned and operated by cuts from penetrating; and if a cut does penetrate jilt '
Mrs. Thompson, of South Jacksonville and Sweet Potato Special Frtili7 '- American citizens or by the U.S.' "J' y
left Wednesday after spendinga / < fist BOlmui Fenr.I. week at the home of Dr. and. Mrs.E. cheap at struction. In this construction every cord i ia impregnated at f, t .

I L. Biggs. of Passenger with rubber, the tire beiug a single I red "
OtMXM of Sutherland Service.
TMaday with his brother, F. A THERESSA BRYAN'Slyn Admiral Line,. V?, 17 State Street, NowYork.N . mass that offers unique protection against the inroad bei

Bev. Scott stopped here en- of dirt and moisture yet i is flexible in the i
route to Clayton, Ga., where he will Theressa, June 24.-Mr. and Mrs.E. M.. N>vltion Company., 24&o e
spend the'summer.W. L. Sibley, of Ocoee, spent several is visiting Mrs. C. J. Herrington.Miss ,Cay Street, Liilumiire. M JMuneon extreme.. 1
days during last week with relatives! ,. Rhoda Bennett left Sunday for St New. m*Ship orh: ,Line N V,82 BeavwStre '
A. Scott and sister, Miss Doris, returning Saturday night: to their' Gainesville, where she will attend the New York and Porto Rico A S Co.,' us you a
will return home tomorrow from Os- home. university. was accompanied by I II ltroedw.y. New Yak, N. Y. I I
teen, where they have taught the past Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger: and little her father, who returned Sunday af Pacifle Mill S S. Co., 41 Droedwey, I ISMITH'S
term of school. They will make the son, Earl:; were visitors to Waldo ternoon. New York. N. Y. s" ,
trip by automobile. last week. 11. 8 M.II S. S. Co, 4, Broadway.New .1 ''w --"1W &!
Messrs. A. F. Commander and S. B. RAIFORD N. Y, GARAGESTARKE '; e ?
6b6. Cure. Dengue Fever. 5-13-201. Woodard motored to Starke Thursday Ward' Un .(New Yerk and Cuh.Mell '
I Raiford, June 24.-Miss Helen Nau- S S t o t of' Wall be,ee -I
yl; .
Rev. J. Bruner of Lake City, for New New .N Y. FLORIDA :
Look on the of the Telegraphyou C. right left on the 13th Jersey 11D j ja
receive this copy week. If the credit I' filled his regular appointment at the where she will spend several weeks. Free UM of #
Baptist church Saturday and Sunday.S. Tommie Sellers, of Johnstown, was Board film I '
mark after fa "IjulSl" it (jBHaumflHBflangmaroflBBflittfflLumber l I D GID1DIDm0> l ID JIIl GIgiIDD7mIDtA0mi010J18Oi1DM
you name Swindel and Sam, were
R. son, a.visitor here Wednesday.: IJee of !Slilpprni Hoard. motion picture.Ainu .
means that your subscription has been visitors! to Hampton Friday afternoon.Jim Messrs. A. D. and W. II. Andrewswere four r..... Iree on tequew of -ymayor. { ( *5r

paid to July] 1, 1921, and has expired.If Koon, of Waldo, was a visitor visitors to Worthn! !'fton Springsand .. patttH-A greet poeimmMer.edmettoniil o, (picture x5.01estlon. :. f;i---- =-:..:..--::=-:.:..=._..:......:.:.. _...:... _- _ .. -..:-...::..... ___ .::=::::::::=: f
you wish to have the paper' sent here Wednesday.Mrs. Alachua Thursday. ol' wilpe. an<( the ... Write. foe Inforro- ,
you any longer please remit for new Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton H. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was a .._ to H Laue.. Dtrectrir. InfurmntiortBureau. '
subscription at-once. visited relatives here during the visitor here Friday. N. W.Weehinston.Roum:: 4l\::\.O lily C: t' btre Prices Reach Low LevelYou
week-end. Curtis Rosier was a visitor to Lake
666 Mrs. T. T. Bryan and children, of Butler Friday afternoon.S. SHIPS FOR SALE
Chills and
cures Dunnellon, arrived here Saturday for T. Howling was a visitor to Lake ire Amri t. lilitnt eeJe)
a visit with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs.T. !. Butler during the week. Steel .,....... "beth ell sad. eeelaereere. can now buy direct from our mills and savei$ 1 10
Miss May Peek is a guest at the Alee wad wad
Alvarez i Is relatives
B. Trle t. Percy visiting ; ::
home of her brother, C. L. Peek. Miss Daniel Batten, of Gainesville, wa here this week. 1.1.hell.._enj....oeeea-f.b..._! by. ........ to $15 1 per thousand on your complete house bills.
Peek visited in Starke Jast April and a visitor here recently. Mr and Mrs. Tom Chastain and

since that time she has been to Eng i Frank Geiger: of Waldo, visited his baby, of Lake Butler, were visitors For sailings of passenger Before buying send us a carpenter.s bill of lumber required .1
land, Scotland, Canada and the west brother, P. M.\ Geiger, during!! the here Saturday afternoon. viedreiyhf ships to all

ern part of the United States, and re- week-end. visitor to Mrs. Reid and children, of Tampa, parts nf th* world "and allether and let us quote prices delivered and save you 1
Louis Percy Woodard was a were visitors here last week. '
cently visited her brother in Saturday.Mr. *. Tate Denmark of Green Cove was information, write 50.00
iana. Hampton from $1 to $500.00 on your building.
Voungblood. of of the above line or
and Mrs. Lee visiting relatives and friends here any "
Graham, spent Saturday here with during last week.S. i
666 Cures a',Cold quickly. relatives, returning home Sunday. T. Dowling was a visitor to Jack U-S-SH1PP1NC BORDSTDN.D.C. ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE e

Ben Hall has returned home after sonville Saturday.A .
Cot and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of being employed at Waldo. party of men went to the river \
Starke, announce the'birth of a fine The meeting!! which was held at the Thursday and had a fish fry. They THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY .a e

10-pound Bon, born on Sunday morn- Christian church closed last Thursday say they spent a pleasant day and f
Ing at the home of Col.. and Mrs. J. night.Mrs.' . had plenty of fish. Those in the party PERRY FLORIDA
C. W. A. King. and children, of J were, Messrs. S. H. Moore, D. C. and "
Adkins The -
of this
city. youngster her daughter, John Sinclair
Palatka, are visiting Lacy Canon, fowling,
being named after his father, A. Herrin on. and Brady Bryant, K. P. West. .
Mrs. C. J. .
Z. Adkins, Jr.-Gainesville News, Arthur Bennett, who has been employed Mrs. Jackson, of Jacksonville, was ........ Dressed Framing, $28; Flooring, ,$28; Ceiling $18; .
June 20th. at Oxford, has turned home.
Siding $18 Lath $5.
Blanton Owsley, Calvin Triest and To Stop a' Cough Quick ;
L. C. Ray and son, Lawrence, of Jim Phillips were visitors to Starke take visiting relatives here during the past ')
have been visiting at Sunday.H. .
visitor cough medicine which atopa the cough by Miss Gladys Stallings. of New fiver -
of Cyril
homes andflail's D. May, .
of and Mi.
C. P. Ray .
here Sunday. healing the Inflamed and irritated uA was a visitor her Saturday.Mr. . .. .. .. .. . r
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rC. J. Herrington! and mother, box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE and Mm. Ben Altman and baby, ---- --- - .. -- -- ----- - ,, 4,
Catarrh Medicine- King, were visitors to the SALVE for Chest Cold) *. Head Colds and of Jacksonville, are visiting relatives
Mrs. W. A. .. ... .. _.
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enclosed with --- - --
U bottle of
Those who In "run down" condition metropolis Friday.T. Croup every here this week. ----
are a
: will I that Catarrh botlior county. B. Triest shipped two cars of HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve Mrs. Rodgers, of Tampa Is visiting Earl Whitten was a visitor to Lake noon. (
them lrhb morn. than when they are) lo watermelons recently. should tie rubbed on the cheat and throat her children here this week.W. Butler Mondav. Terry left- last Saturday for Lake
One health. Tht fact prove that whllrti visitor to of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. H. Andrews and Clarence Ritch Park Ga. .
a where will visit for
t irh I I. a local dlaeaii, It ta ,rr aUy Percy Woodard) was Miss Gertrude Anderson left Mon- they I
Influenced by inatltutloniil rondltlorw Hampton Monday.P. .kM': 'heIln4 effect of Hare* Heeling. Honor'In. were visitors to the State Prison day for Gainesville, where she will enter ttevfral weeks.W. .
HAI.L.8 the throat ODmbinmi with the)heeling effect of
tonic and CATARRH Blond' Purifier MFDirlNE,ind Loll throughH IM :e M. Geiger was a business visitorto brow. G-Peo-Trate bele' through tbe pan of Farm Saturday night school. I. Roberts wno is employed in j S ,,t
. 1> '. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, r a,
blond upon the muroua surfaces of Waldo Monday. the skis eooe.atop eoaaa.Both 1' Shepard Moore was a visitor to Jacksonville, spent the weex-end with
">e body inllummmlloo Ruth McEwen has returned to Decked hi ass oartM sad the "rva. a professional visitor here several -
thus the
redurlna Miss the week.
tad .ml of the combuwd.. .treatment la Mo. week. Lake Butler during his family here.
All reetm'Ing dma-Kiata formal ClrcuiiT"condition. fro her home at'Lecsbnrg with, after friends.upending Sinai ask your druggist for 4,HAYES' Mr.times McMillan during the and little son, of Mrs II. W. Raiford and Miss Lucyto I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews and c

F- J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo OblO. several Miss Margaret days her Heiberger, of Brook. HEALING HONEY. Starke, were visitor here,Monday. Heilbronn Springs Sunday after little wm, John Arthur, were visitor R lvI

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{ l NO WONDER A SHORTAGE IN allow one drink of liquor, by law, after we expect to continue in business it just that. You probably didn't know, now buying for 43 cents, but we are,
;y THE FUNDS the extraction of each tooth. This I is absolutely necessary that we do so. then exactly why those shops dwind- paying heavier freight on it which
4 may be a move to cheapen, as well as 'The reason for this continuing of died away-Just petered out-but that brings the difference to only about 6
+" Insistence upon the part of Representative to legalize, to a limited extent, the ; the higher level of printing prices is was the reason. They thought they cents a pound or an actual reductionin
Keen, of Polk county, that use of liquor, and graeful acknowledgement \ somewhat complex yet can be seen were making a profit but they were )j price of only 10 per cent. And, as
y Jg there be made an audit of the funds of of the gesture is due. On very readily by anyone who analyzes merely spending the money that' this is only 10 per cent of the 20 per-
1 { the state road department brought LUC the very next day a delegate verifiedthe the elements that enter into printing.It nhould have been used to replace worn cent of the entire job, the actual reduction
tJ out the information of the gross looseness theory that some of us have long'I is very probable that prices will out machinery and type and when itj I we are able to make to our
t of the way the divisions of the held, that tobacco is a disinfectantand never again reach the low level they finally wore out they woke up to discover ( patrons on this particular piece of
I + department have been carried on. The therefore a conservator of the were on in 1916, yet we personallymade it was gone. i I work I it only two per cent. No wonderhe
i' +, department has been making assertions STRIKE teeth. a much greater percentage of But to return to an analysis of the thinli we profiteering on him!
f that there were always insufficient "An old-fashioned chaw is one of I profit on those prices than we did last printing'-coets and the probability of
{ funds with which\ to work, but the best disinfectants known to den- year on the peak of high prices or are lowering them. Take labor for in-I RURAL ,CARRIER EXAMINATIONThe
t a' here' Is an extract from the report of tal science," said Dr. Goldston. "It; making this year. stance. You all know of the strike
+, the official who audited the books forms a sialagogus arouqd the teeth, Of the cost or a piece of job print- in the entire country in this industry United States Civil Service
which would indicate that a few = thus preventing bacteria from getting ing about 45 per cent is labor and the with the forty-four hour week as its Commission has announced an exam
.; t' thousand dollars more or less should a foothold. A cigar performs the necessary overhead charged to labor object. In our opinion this is the ination for Bradford county, to be
t I'!ri never stand between friends and automobiles. same function to a less degree." coats Then comes machinery and the most colossal mistake the typographical held at Starke on July 22, 1921, to fill
.x ,- The auditor said: Cigarette Common experience has taught the equipment used in the production of union has ever made, but tempo- the position of rural carrier at
While not presuming to pass world that tobacco, when not used extravagantly the work which, with its interest rarily at least it has won out in a Brooker and vacancies that may later
i judgment on prices paid for the To seal I In the is healthful; it is pro- I charge, depreciation, motive power great many places. In others the open ; occur on rural routes from other post
equipment, I feel that attention' motive of all that is conductive to cost and overhead for room and necessary shop has taken the place of the closed offices in this county. The salary ofa
"i should be called to the purchase delicious Burley contentment; it forfends against Irri-I I attention, represents about 15 shop but there is one significant rural carrier on a standard daily
r : ,.. of two Cadillac cars, seemingly tobaooo flavor. tability and peevishness, and it is a percent; ink and paper about 20 percent thing that we find everywhere wagon route of 24 miles is 11,800 per
bought primarily for the chair- deadly foe at microbes.We ; leaving 20 per cent for profit wages have not been cut. To be, a I annum, with an additional $30 per
'i4u ",!: man of the state road department It's Toastedwhat do not expect the dentists to That is the normal or the IdeaL In good printer requires more educationand 'mile per annum for each mile or ma-
I l and charged to "state road equipment make much impression on the class actual practice it rarely works out more mental ability than do other jor fraction thereof in excess of 24
+# ," with oil, gas and repairs that is "out to get the tobacco traf. that way. If the printer stops to talkon craft, work lines that have for the miles. The salary on motor routes
a .+ charged to these cars as follows: fic;" what do dentists who have madea the job, the labor cost mounts past two decades or more ranked with ranges from (2,450 to 12,600 per annum
September 2*, 1919, Cadillac ( scientific study of the teeth know, higher. If the machinery runs idle printing in the wages' paid. The war ; according to length. Separate
} t No. 18, $3392.50. Oil, gas and compared with the intuitive knowledge for a while that percentage is Increased. put the printed sheet on a new levelin examinations for motor routes and
+vb { repairs for same to November 23, of the Pease. and the Lucy Page If the paper and ink are spoiled the public regard, or, rather it wagon routes are no longer held. Appointments -
$2.315.42. Nov. 23, 1920 Cadillac Cantons, who know everything But I or wasted, the percentage: of that cost placed] itself back in its old place, and to both positions will be
j I No. 1 with attachments, $4,682.00. what the invention of J. F. Anderson, people of sanity and common sense grows. And all of it grows at the there is no reason why we should] not made from the same register.
s Oil, gas and repairs used for of Minetto- hook with bait attached wfll understand and act accordingly.I!I expense of the 20 per cent for profit. reward the men who producer it. --
same to Dee. 81, $114.27. Salary -promises. For some months Anderson -Tampa Tribune.IS You can, rarely cut down on the other But the sum total of our observation -
'r, for IK years at 14200.00 specified a well known angler, hat been averages but it is a very easy matterto here is that we have had abso-
h by law, $5,250.00.' Railroad, experimenting, with a small looking PRINTING HIGH THIS EXPLA; drop the bulk of the profits. Just lutely no decrease in the labor itemin
: Pullman and hotel fares, $818.69. glass' that goes into the water just NATIOlj ASSERTS IT IS NOT for Inatance, the actaual net profit to printing, which represents nearly ochoD.. Liver Tone
,1 Total expenditures primarily for behind his baited hook. 1 Commercial for the entire outputof half of the finished job. It is evident
f. the chairman, $17,072.88. The ftsK, attracted by the reflected! oar job printing plant last year then that on behalf of the job at least
Having digested that much of the light' 'from the mirror, investigate GILBERT LEACH OF LEESBURC, was 9 per cent on the total volume of we cannot safely make any reduction Inttead of Calomel
traveling costs of some of the members Then he sees a big' angle worm wiggling '- GIVES THE PRESS FIGURES business. That other 11 per cent leaked what ever.
': r of the board it may be well to in the water and the reflectionof 1 REGARDING BUSINESS away somewhere.Just Then comes the item of machineryand ,
Calomel is It attacks
", read bit of the of the smother'fish in the snirror about to know what quicksilver.
a more report suppose, to be just and square power. We do not tike bone and parallUyer.. Your
f I J' 'i auditor-this time regarding an alto- snatch it away. It becomes a question There is no one camouflaging the with us, you had received your work other offices have done, but ours did dealer sell Neb bottle of pleasant,
I 'I 'gather different line of goods. It of who gets it first, and the result is ; fact that printing prices have not been for 10 per cent less and every other not increase" its book value of its harmless "Dodsou'a Liver Tone" under
.,!il would seem that an office, to be a real that the sucker is hovked. reduced as much as groceries, skirts patron had received his for 10 percent plant when prices went sky high and ao ironclad, mooe7-back guarantee that
'et office, should be arranged In the highest and clothing.' We have many patrons less because you and he thoughtwe we have very little-less than 15 per it will Tqrolate the liver, stomach and
j style of art; that the mere trifle TOBACCO PRESERVES TEETH who express their surprise when they ought) to be satisfied with 10 percent cent-machinery purchased during bowel. better than ostomel, without
t of$130 difference in the price of mules ''I AND PROMOTES HEALTH see the comparatively mall decreasein We would have lost one per high prices. Paper is lower in price sickening sold.tha or. salivating you-IP million
ifW k runs In the same category of a ISe a certain job price over what they cent on all the work we did. Believeus and it is in this item that what re-
f sg," difference between the quotations on This is gratifying to The Tribune. paid a year ago. And, while it is not friends, you have to know what duction we make has to be computed.But .
I )11i I''! syrup. Here is another section of the The New Jersey Dental Society de- pleasant for us to stand among those you are doing in this business or you paper is not down very much and rs Ta.t81"'a.cMII.....
{, report serves the simultaneous and spontaneous who are charging high prices in this can be eating up your machinery and some of it, like lumber, has even ratons vitality ana energy .by pr.1fy sod. .o
C : I find that this department has thanks of a bedeviled popular time of decreasing costs of most of equipment without knowing it. And started up again. Bond paper that rlchlnf tht blood. You can,, anon W is.&.......
+ i" also bought mule. at big prices tion. First, it petitioned congress to the necessities of life and business, if most of you have seen printshops do used to cost 50 cents a pound we are ntaa,lavtftvaUa. EIf_. Pans...

1, ..Ijj :.:. ,when acclimated, broken mules
were sold by the government in
q ''y ,j Tampa and Jacksonville at auction Y.l' .I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'. '.I'I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I'.I
,, ,' for about one-third of the 1
1 prices !given by the department.
+ I\ In 1020 I note that one party
t ;'t' 1 sold 89 mules to the department
V' ,4 : i without bids, for $17,005, or an II
I :i' average of $437.17,and other parties i
j ) sold 72 mules for $21,800, 1

t! i 1 an average of $303.01, without "I"IThree
;\ bids-and the law directs the necessity -
't'' : of bids for all purchases June"I
i I i!I of the department amounting to
4 ;:w' more than $1,000. I also note them
:+ purchase of an office chair costing -
; ; ,.J't'"; $35 for one of our engineers! ,
: whose office is not in Tallahassee. .O
,. ::' r! He also purchased a desk and other :
j. .j,. office furniture to match. The
4' ?i.'i following office local equipment ;
I r"1' might lie, of interest: Cohen _
t J ;,' Bros., 10 square yards linoleum, L _
'1 'k $402; cementing (not used), $00; et1IfrI ,
'.Ij( 8 rugs, $103.CO; 2 rug, $82; 2 ,
\ rugs, $176. Total, $943.50. Theseexpenses .
J'I for linoleum doubtless
; I !
as 'l/1/ 1 would have been much greater
,; had not sonic of-ho( clerical force I
i :' desired to have stain on the floors

1 t instead.
I also find that on January 22,
(; 1921, the secretary bought about
i 47 barrels of syrup, paying 50c t
I . per gallon or 4 1-Oc per pound, a 1. -
; ; total of $787.DS, while five days .

1 j :, later bought the board 150 of barrels state of institutions No. 1- I ___________ _ '

I' k and A-No. 1 syrup, delivered\ at '
; \, 85c a gallon. Had the state road -

+ l 1 i department and at bought the same more price economically it I Red Letter Days in Jacksonville

: would have saved $246.28 on the ,
'4 deal, saying nothing of .the delivery :
and the sale of syrup In June 30th and
a'', ,,. South Georgia for 810 per. gallon I t.. ':'.. Thursday, "Mayors' Commissioners' Day'Friday ,
f. o. b. cars. -
; It would appear to the casual observer July 1st, "Dedication and Governor's Day" ', '
1r that if more business had been ;: ,
/ put into the work for which the board ", Saturday July 2nd "All Florida : "' . ' ",, '
q j Day ,
d was created, and lens into the superfluities '
;: ,' y ; I and thingumbobs of aestheticism ; ,
there would have resulted much i r ,.
N t t greater achievements In the line of Speeches- Reception :

I road is no building wonder that throughout many state the state.pacers/It b4 By Governor" Cary A. Hardee, Mayor John Honoring mayors of Florida cities, county \\

I have characterized all the past actions( W. Martin: distinguished guests and promi- commissioners and public
111 of the department ss a huge graft.j .- sponsors,
j + Kissimmee Gazette. nent-citirens of Duval county. maids and matrons of Florida cities.

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1 ( TOR FISIIERMEN Water Carnival- Street Carnival- ,

should The be clipping\of great we benefit publish to the below frequenters Double file parade of boats under the bridge. Parade of maskers with prizes for most gro

; of Benny's Pool: Maneuvers of elaborately decorated craft will tesque and fancy costumes. Street cabaret on .
+ Oswego, N. Y., June 18.-No more !I\ downtown
') empty baskets for fishermen. That's be a colorful and pleasing spectacle. thoroughfares. Typical Mardi

Gras festivities.Navy .
' ASPIRINName Music-
, and Military- *:

__ Several of the best bands in Florida will play Ships from I
A Charleston *l
t r "Bayer" on Genuine throughout the celebration. Concerts in navy yard are expect
r i Hemming Park Southside Park and on city participate. American Legion, State
troops and other military organizations
; to have prominent place ,in the pageantry.

ow Q Parades and Pageants-

_ ; An awe-inspiring, pyrotechnic display at Mammoth parades--beautiful floats
t Southside Park accentuated by the broad, senting Florida cities floats typifying repre-

gleaming waters of the picturesque St. Johns and interesting features of Jacksonville scenes and

:r BIU'r UDI_ you 'M US arms' 0 River. Seen to advantage from either side of Duval
: a JIa yr" on ,",,*age or on tablet you .
getting genuine pageantry 0
Aspirin prescribed I alluring charm and beauty.
by i
physicians for
z,, twentv-one 0
y years and red sate b" mllJlons. .
Aspirin on ..told in the Bayer PlWkIlfl'l); I I You Are Invited-You Are Q
l for G olds, Ileadeehs, Neuralgia( xuteunuiWn Expected- Should Attend
i Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and
for PaIn. Handy tin 1101"11 of twelve Bayer;
j 1Pk a IW.bIete: of Aspirin coat few cents Drwr-
+ IK!.ta also Mil larger 'Aspirin "
ta the trade mark of Bayer. Manufacture ,' .III'.I"I".I'.JII'.I".I' Af'1'-.I'.I'.I'.I'1'1"1'11'.4T.I.I'.I'.I"I'.I'.l1' .' '. .6'.1'.1.1'.1"1'

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Well now Mr. Oleson, let' so out
| Live State News and see if the cats have pot home and t+7s'
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.J i watch out for the boy. Wonder what t ?; PAGE TIIR1tiE

*****" .. w*.* mmj -rri n Ma he's up to by this time TLt I J 1 'i ., .
Told by Our Exchanges >t'* let out here on this Idg in the " .m. '
\ I shade. Don't tee any cat around '.
l\*s .. -- - That'i a mighty fine knife you've _
got. Where did pick that ? '
you up
Westville hog owner are disturbedover I Fallow and asked if he had anything Why down at DeWitt C. Jones ,
report of the presence of two to say he replied that he wished to Hardware Store of course "
bears across the river from here. The thank his attendants for re
their many Lt>t.* tee it. It i I. a fine knife.
tracks, apparently those of large anlmule kindnesses to him while he was con- ,
have been found by hunters. fined in the jail. Wilson's body hung Bet your lifer It cuts like a razor.I ,
in the am well pleased with it. I am beginning -
noose fourteen
Palatka is starting on a fine build he was pronounced dead.minutes before to have lot of confidence in \ :

ing program forty city blocks being that hardware store. They treat you .
for paving during the I right and tell you the truth. I don'tlike "
scheduled Ai
Charles L. Stokeley of
The work will begin within the Mt. Dora to go into a store where a clerk ,
mer. expects to realize
few day. approximately $3- comes up to you in a half-asleep man- '.:.
next 000
: this
season from his '
crop of ba- ner and gruffly says "What you
McDavid met death nanas. Numerous small banana want?" as though he would throw
Fred L. shortly
groves border the lakes in that vicinity
you out if you were going to bother
o'clock afternoon
aft 'r 7 Saturday but the
variety of the fruit is him
locomotive of the SeaboardAir very long: or the frisky young
when a such that most of it has
to be cooked clerk who comes at you soon as youstt'p
left the
Line Railway rails on the
before it is
palatable. "
in with "Yes sir?
short line between Mulberry and the of :
producing this fruit set out Now when DeWitt C. Jones there \
of the Southern Phosphate Cor is 1
mines 1,000 Cavendish banana
stalks and 'u
he meets with smile and handshake
you a .
poration. each of the adult trees has )
producedone f
and makes you feel at home. -
bunch of excellent
Irene Hunter 55,- is being held in bunches vary from 80 to fruit.100 The I Snyder is just the same willing to ,
the Duval county jail on a charge of weight and 'show you goods and give you prices. S
thegrower is receivingan I They all have and that is 4 ,
provided the means of one price
having escape average of $3 a bunch. Merchant the lowest. Now when I this rYe tried "
for 13 negroes from the jail early in Lake and adjoining counties are t em a'
Friday morning. The woman smuggled being supplied almost i knife Mr. Snyder showed me the largest '
stock of knives In Starke and ata
small saw to her son concealedin the Stokeley I
(cornbread the authorities say. grove. reduced price. Didn't have to ask but
-4 him to take off anything; he did it &e.
Seventeen of the strikers from the himself. All of that
The plants of the Winter Park Refrigerating gives a man confidence .
Company and the Winter Bay Harbor and Millville sawmills are in ,the store but If the clerksare

Park Citrus Juice Company were destroyed In the" county jail at Panama City not well trained you lose confidence -

by fire at an early hour this The men, thirteen of whom are negroes and the loss loses trade. I'd be I'm 'r
morning. The loss is estimated at are said to have been arrested perfectly free to send my smallest through.experimenting.. No more switching. i' _

$50,000, only partly covered by insur for vagrancy but only in the case of boy with a list of things I might No more trying this and that. It's Camels for me- :) '
James Chisel negro has a formal need to DeWitt Jones Hardware time.They're e
ance. charge been made. About 300 workers Store feeling! sure he would do just every

The two banks of Live Oak, the at the mills struck a few days ago as well as I could. That is confidence. so refreshing I So smooth! So mellow mild s
because of the refusal of the lumber You're right, Mr. Oleson. That's
National and the Commercial
announce that they will jointly donate I company to reinstate two discharged how he has built up such a big busi Why? The answer is Camels.exclusive expert .
employes. The company later declared ness. Wonder where that boy 1st blend of choice .
for the Turkish
six grand! champion prizes and Domestic
that all strikers who did tobaccos.
What's the racket down at the barn
best boar and the best sow of the There's
return to work at a certain time, Samantha T nothing like it. )
Spotted Poland China
Poland China
would with their families be evicted Come down here That
quick. ,
breeds exhibited at Suva crazy No other
and Duroc cigarette
fair this fall. from the company houses. The time boy has your best calf all saddled up you can buy gives you the real ; \

n nee limit expired a week ago but there and trying to ride him. The calf's sure-enough, all-day satisfaction that comes from the f
have been no evictions. Armed guard bucked him off and is running and Camel blend. Camel is the air
Nine cars of melons moved from have been on duty about the mills but kicking over the lot trying to get the quality cigarette.
Live Oak last week with a forecast there has been no disorder. saddle off. Give Camels a tryout. Buy pack
ef) 40 to 60 cars the present week. The today. Get your
Come and help me. That calf hasn't information first
prices obtained by growers ranged The board of county commissioner any confidence in the boy I guess.; hand. You'll tie to Camels, too. d ' I _'
from $325 to $435 a car, f. o. b. tracks of Duval county refused to issue to

Live Oak. A C. Johns a permit to carry a revolver Volley McKinney, of Sampson wasa t .
on the ground that it has not visitor here Wednesday.
After a three day stay in the Oke- the power to do so. Johns plead he Truby Dyal was In Waldo Wednesday t rt

fnokce swamp a party of intrepid was being followed by moonshinersand on business ? plr !n n nt
Jacksonville hunters and fishermen that his life was In danger. He Mrs. W T. Wasdin of Waldo spent
returned home covered with glory and told the commissioners his mother's tho week-end with her parents Mr. t +

sunburn and loaded down with bear cattle were killed \by the moonshiners and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. R.J. PrVNOI DS Ti.ti.ce Ct. ,4
meat the personal trophy of II. II. because they overturned tubs of mash Mr.' and Mrs. Ray McKinney of Wlu..n.2 .I.....N..C.; .

Love station master for the Jacksonville and that since he had been instru Sampson spent Thursday with his a ,dh., b '
terminal company. mental in the raiding: of one still by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 1\I<'Kln-

- Federal agents his life had been [h ney.Mr. ---- -- I ---- ---- -..- -- I
Sale of the property of the Seminole jeopardy. Upon being refused the \ and Mrs. Enrney Dowling of Estelle, of Waldo spent Sunday at the U. II. Thomas made a buainus! tripto In this section recently. .

] Fertilizer and Oil Company of permit, Johns declared he would go to Hampton were visitors here Thurs- home of O. W. Dyal. LaCrosse Wednesday.D. Mr. and Mra. W. O. Brooks of 1 .

Fernandina to J. R. Guess, Jr., as Governor Hardee with his plea. Moon day. R. N. Dowling, of Pompano and D. Thomas spent l the weekendat Providence were in this community
chairman: of ai\ committee of bond : shiners are "thick" in the Marietta Mr.\ and Mrs. Truman Dyal and L. Truman Dyal, of Zift'. were visitors Graham with his nephew Truman Sunday,

holders under a deed of trust to the ,,,section he said and he informed the Prescott of ZifT, were here last week' here Sunday afternoon. Thomas. Inman Harrison of Worthington r

American Bank and Trust Company' commissioners ho would protect his Marvin Ogden wan! a business visitor Frank Jones wee a visitor here on Charlie Kelley was attending to attended church here Sunday night p

for $150,000 has been confirmed by mother and sister if he "had to kill to Starke Thursday.Miss Sunday. business In Starke Saturday. J. L. Brown was a business visitorto d

Federal Judge Call The concern began everything in Duval county." Clemmie Hall of Waldo spent Mar! and !Mrs Kd: Smith of Gainesville Mrs. Mary Thomas and daughter Lake Butler last week
business in Fernandina five years the week-end with her sister Mrs were' visitors here Sunday. Alva spent Friday at Pine Hill with' Mr, and Mr. John SUnslll. of g

ago manufacturing fertilizers and A deal put through in Clay county Eliza Youngblood.; Mrs. Alfred McKinney and Miss friend Starke were In this section Sunday. I I'I b
oils from marine products. The ven- l is of great interest to the folks of Autumn Youngblood and family of Lois Moody are visiting at Long Math Kelley returned home last \ o r
ture unsuccessful and the Amer- and Waldo were shopping here Saturday.Miss this week after spending( several weeks at 'I a
was that county the surrounding coun- ,Bridge week. AVERY I IS BUSY t th
Alma Price returned
ican Bank and Trust Company had it try. The Florida Farms and Industries to her Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, Palatka with friends and'relatives.
placed in the hands of a receiver Company purchased two passenger home Saturday at King land. Ga. Paul of Brooker were visitors here Church will be held at Rock Satur- > '. nrn
Avery G. J well known
carrying units of rolling stock Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood spent Sunday day and Sunday by the pastor J. II. Powell In ,
the week-end at Thcressa with his Bradford and Union counties has ,t "
lion. Wm. A. Blount of Pcnsacola, for their railroad. These units consist brother NeaL Truby Dyal was a visitor to Starko Kelly. Everybody invited. started a printing business at C30 .",fill

nationally known lawyer and one of of a powerful motor car, with Miss Ruth Smith left Saturday for Sunday afternoon.Mrs. MILLER Winter Place Riverside' Jacksonville "v, 4 I
the prominent men of the state died seating' capacity of thirty divided into Gainesville where .she will enter the' Lewis Byrd and sons, Guy and under the firm name of Avery G. Powell ,, at
at Johns Hopkins hospital in Balti- a smoking compartment and general normal. Theron of Oxford are visiting her Miller June 24Rev. E. & Sons He say he Is very' busy, 'I' nel $ 4y
more Wednesday at 6 o'clockto coach. There will be a trailer parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J Murrhee. Joyner
morning Miss Eunice Kelley spent Sunday filled his but not too busy to read the Telegraph (I' be
I regular appointment at the ;
which place he had gone a week with a seating capacity the same as with Miss Olive Padgett of Ziff. Messrs. John and Volley McKinney Free Will Baptist church Saturdayand which he says he cannot do r \
ago for treatment. lIe was a member the coach which makes a unit capable Rev. Dock Crews of Long Brid&e.prca'hed of Sampson were visitor here Sunday Sunday. without and therefore sends a remit ,
of the conventionof ] 6f carrying sixty! at afternoon.
constitutional passengers "
lance for subscription His
at the Christian church last many
J. S. Brown made a business trip to I
1885 state senator and held other one time. These cars are electrically Sunday. I'' D. J. Byrd was a visitor to Starko Gainesville friends join the Telegraph In wishing '

positions of honor and trust. He was lighted and heated with glass windows Mr. and Mrs. Saturday. Monday him continued success ,. rM
an unsuccessful candidate for United and convenient shade The new George Jackson ofl I it Albert Clarke, of Elllivllle' was in Odt f
Sunday at the home
Cyril spent
States senator in 1911. I service will begin; July 2, and a regular I ZIFF this community Sunday.
schedule between Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ogden. Sreber Stokes attended the party To Cur a Cold lit One Day I t t't t :,
Marvin Ogden; Willard Smith and ; ,... LAXATIVE IIRnMO QUININE n........ ) It : -- .II"
R. Leatherman of Moorefield W. Green Cove Springs will be maintained Ziff, June 24. -Rev. and Mrs. J. H. at LaCrosse. Saturday night .
Miss Onle Grave were visitors to' .top"*I"e/nuilh Mild Itanlwh and n"rt..d tb. 1
Va., has established a cattle ranch in connecting here with trains on the Hampton Saturday. Kelley are the proud parents of a fin. A goodly number of the young folksof toed .b.W, GROVE;',* llMMtun oo rack: lxj.. Loa t,, ;.r.w a

the Everglades on the north bank of Atlantic Coast Line and with the Mrs. W T. Wasdin and daughter son, born Friday.Mr. this section attended the ring at )/. aI'
and Mr. Johnson and childrenand 1 .
Hillsboro canal a few miles from steamer. Midway Saturday. 7
Lake Okeechobee. in that part of the I, mother were guest\ of her sister Olson Thomas made a business tripto 1..
'country known as "custard apple A deed to the atmosphere over one Mrs. J. II. Kelly Sundav. Lake Butler last week. Optimistic Thought. J ';j
land." of the most valuable pieces of anti Mr. and Mrs. Munson Edwards of It cost more to revenge I IajteMe.
A large shipment of Herefordand prop- p4.r.z.1 John Shaw of LaUrosse Miss .I {
Angus cattle already is enrouteto erty in the downtown business section Bertie Thomas of Pine Hill were in Princeton are visiting friends and relatives I Ulan It does to bear theta . IP ot0t00mmmt6m

the ranch and he expects to have of Jacksonville from a level twenty our section Sunday afternoon guest I in this community.Carl ;
approximately 2,000 head of those feet about the ground; has been filed Tired I IDaltoD. 1 1"I of Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas. Brown visited friends at Bland pltDmm mtIIm .I t. .'r
breeds on the place. by the owners of a fifteen tory office .1 Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dowling, of Sunday afternoon. COFFINS & CASKETS (
building adjoining. The deed records Pompano,are spending several weeks Johnnie Ward, of Providence was ,(
Ida Young, ncgress 47, committed that "for a consideration all the air wa weak sad run-down" here with their daughter Mra. Nita in this section Saturday, And a Full Line ., I n I

suicide at Cocoa by jumping into stank except the first twenty feet thereof relate lira. Bnla Barnett, of Dyal.Mrs. Arnold Douberly and sister Mills Undertaker Suppliem 9a

of hot water at the Ice plant. above ground together with its Oa. "I was thin and Mary Thomas and daughter Anna of High !Springs'! were guest -

This woman suffered from a paralytic oxygen hydrogen and any other prop- Just felt tired all the tbaa.X III! Lomie iipent the week-end near of Miss Anna Belle Peoples' Sunday. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE "
stroke about a year ago and has been erties discovered or yet to be discovered E didn't rest welL I wasn't Gainesville guest of her daughter, Murray Thomas was a business visitor .- Always on hand Tho best **..- .,i +ly

alowly losing her mint! since that light and transparency in sun- hungry. I knew, by Mrs. Debbie Shaw. to Lake Butler last week. vice at the lower price. 8po- r,
time. She was missed at about 11 shine or rain or without any of those" I needed tonic and I Ellery Thomas spent Saturday at Mr. Sl trunk. of Worthington attended dal attention to telegraph .rer $ I' '
o'clock): Thursday night and was not is transferred to the purchaser. The I..r a Graham where he has accepted a position church here Sunday night. *. Registered Embalawrr. ,I 1 e
discovered until they found her body purchase which was effected when I I in the barber shop. Quite a number of the young people :;

lying in the bottom of the refuse tank construction of a building was begun I Levy Prescott and sons Willie and of this community attended the DeWTIT C. JONES :. .j
of the ice plant the following after on the property and was made in order Carl were business visitors to Graham party at Bland Thursday night.N. .
noon. that the windows on one side cf CARDUII Saturday II, Stokes was a business' visitorto STARKE. FLA.laaaaaDamaamaamiafmaaiaaaam. t r

the office building might not be blocked Mr. and Mr*. T. D. Dyal and children Lake Butler Tuesday.

U. M. Wril/htf"A'alachicola. was The consideration was not announced spent the week-end at Graham ''I Dentil Thomas was In LaCroase on I .la,
the victim of a deplorable tragedy at but It wall said to have beena where they were at the bedside of Saturday.Mr. L .l

. the cypress mill there Saturday. Mr. large sum. The structure which was their mother, Mr. O. W. Dyal. and Mr. Eugene Shatter of "
the property will be Little Haul and Dukes, passed through here Sunday 1886 ;
Wright was the foreman of the mill to have occupied daughter of Mr. S
and he had walked over to the gang reduced to a one story business build- The Woman's Tonic I I Mr Reddlck Thomas, I I. recovering, enroute to Providence. ,
edger where the edger crew was at ing twenty feet In height. aft i/ two week. of *lckn s*. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dowling, of

v rk. While standing near the machine [ J. W Lewis and son, Purvis madea Starke. were in this section Sunday.B. DAVIS : erINSURANCE' r
a small piece of timber was GRAHAM . I began tula* Oardafeattaue bOllne..-trip to Gainesville Friday. E. Brown made a business trip !a:;

thrown from the machine like a shot -- Mr*. Burnett."After Earner Dowling of Hampton was to Lake Butler last week. ", I '
24.-Marvin Ogdenwas Mr. and Mr J. 1<1. Mott of Lake I :
from a gun. the timber striking Mr. Graham June mr first bottle. I in this section Sunday morning. *
Wright blow. a business visitor to Sampson on I Butler visited the latter'. parent,
over the liver a violent bettor and ate batter. I :
Friend rushed forward to his assistance Monday. fear botttea. Now I'm s1epI I A TONIC Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas Saturday -
Edmondson of Sampson, was and Sunday.Mr. .
mobile and he was placed in an auto- here Wiley Monday on bufriness. fMl Jut Ha., eat and drove'. T......*. chili Toole rmtora and Mr*. N. H. Stoke attended ,

ian could and carried where lie died a physi-shortly Mr. and Mrs O. W. Dyal were bu.- snr skin If clear and 'I .. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and church at Midway Sunday. STARKE I
I' after his bed. iness visitors t o the county seat Mon- rained and sure feel that Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its I| Mils Mabel Brown his entered the
reaching. I Card at 1* the beat tonic *" i strengthening Invigorating effect see how summer school at Gainesville. (

At five minutes-past 1 o'clock Fri- day.Mn.. Leroy Smith and son R. V., mad" It brings color to the cheek. and bow i> Euri Brown' was in Lake Butler -

day afternoon pulled at of Ocoee, spent the week with her par- I'iI1 Thoaaaad of other It Improve. the appetite you will then Saturday. .
was .
the Orlando jail through trap which JohnP. ents Mr. and Mr. E. J. Murrhee.Dr. 41 Yaws found Cmrdnl just 81'1 appreciate( Its true tonic value. I Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler Habitual In 14 Conttfpatron to 31 Day cured 1 v

Wilson convicted murderer of Mrs. Middleton of Starke made a Mrs. Barnett did. It Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic in simply'Iron was. a professional visitor here Sat- LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"I a speclalljrpraparedSyrupTonloLaxallve t
George Wilson business trip here Monday. and Quinine suspended. in syrup. So urday.Mr. '
fell eternity. bop( ., ,
Dyal to J'OILI R for Habitual ,
Dan Thomas of ZifT, was here Wednesday pb-asant, even children: like It. The blood and Mr.. O S. Thomas attended ,1 h v
had remained resolute, throughoutthe : At all drocglita! Constipation. It relieves promptly but I,,
days leading up to his hanging": attending! to business. II I needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON toI,I 1 church at Midway Sunday. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 dsyi' 1 'd ji rigl till''
beet night he received nearly a hundred Miss Unlce McKinney of Long An 1 Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germ and Clifton Roberta was in this community to induce regular action. U Stimulate and c f,

persona and talked freely of his.C4mlIlJr Bridge spent the weekwith her cousin L 5 .'" i..a l I Gnp germs by Its Strengthening JvlgO j| Sunday afternoon. Iteltulates. ., Very Pleasant to Taa** 61K + 4 ?{,,1

death. When placed on the Miss Lois Moody. [ sting Effect. jOe. *I George: Shallar, of Providence, was per' bottle. j, yt ac

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