Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 1, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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, Established Subscription-Per Year. $2.00; Six. Months. $1.00.-Payable In Advance E. 8. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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promoters Expect 50,000 Attendance Ships Disappear Mysteriously Off the Germany la Seeking. to Regala Her Kaiford, July 1-A. D. Andrews and I 4

at Jerey City Chicago, June 28.-With the vote of Coast of This Country" Two Lost Commercial .PrratlgeGermany son, Hemp, were visitors to Starke on ,,

Jack Dempsey-, heavy weight pug I- the opposed railway to the shopmen acceptance overwhelmingly of a wage Mysterious circumstances: ; surrounding der republic sea ..flag making: : rapid strides to Thursday H. W. ,Raiford was a visitor to j N ._
reduction of from 85 regain it former dominant Jacksonville
to 77 *
champion of the United Statea, cents an country and position Monday. $ %
lutic hour, as ordered by the the wrecking of a Balling schooner in world market has launched Mr .
United States upon ; J. T. Nelson and daughter
Carpentier, heavyweight agent of ,
champion and Georges of Europe, will meet next Labor Dt of
alarmed today that the nation disappearance her crew, and the American competition. Advices from the home of Mr.
afternoon in a bout which might veteran of and Mrs. W. 11. Andrews I
Saturday the championship of ,the be confronted with a serious railway apparent vanishing a few day later of New world capitals to the commerce de- for a few day*.
will More than 60,000 persons will crisis within a fortnight Unofficial of a coastwise steamer plying the of the New partment ,In Washington show thatGermany's Earl Whitten was n visitor to Lake I
world. same trade has caused five
like $1,250,000 to witness reports of the trend of the vote in four govern- ican trade war I ia being carried Butler Friday morning.
pay something railway brotherhoods indicated the ment departments to begin investigation on with great awoceae through Germany' Those who visited at j
the bout, it is estimated, the big- into what of the Irish 1
to be the
of its kind ever staged in wage cuts, amounting generally to 12 may prove Eamonn ability to employ liberal credit Sunday were Mr, and Mrs. Jim Dowl-

this rest country event arena per cent, effective the first of July, American operations shores.Announcement of a .pirate raider off the the Irish term and low exchange In outbiddingother ing, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dowllng and ,' 4wih
were unpopular and the brotherhood world traders. children' Mr. and Mrs. J. C Jones
been built at Jersey City, N. J., country in
hal of nearly $200,000 and after chiefs might be asked to call a strike. that the government America's hold upon ''the South and little son, Billy Clifford, 101'r. and ,!
cost Shanley
at a 12 rounds of the battle-If the It is understood the brotherhood is busying itself with a series of sensational Ireland in American markets I la being constantly Mrs. W. H. Andrews, Mrs. J. T. Nelson !

the lasts that long-work on tear chiefs themselves are against a strike. developments in coastwise other Irish I, weakened, the. reports' indicated, t b>' and daughter Miss Edna, of Ocala !.
contest the stand will begin immed The vote of the shopmen is actually shipping traffic was made by Herbert the same 'I Germany: dumping cheap product In I Carl Ritch, Joe Cason.
ing down about six hundred thousand railway Hoover, secretary of commerce, and those markets. Miss Dora Johnson,' who i ia teach

iately. match between r Dempsey and workers,. or about half of those em- the navy, treasury, state and justice still 'In Germany' trade invasion has extended log at the Dowling school, was a visitor
The ployed on all the departments have been called in to here
Saturday afternoon
railway systems of I along large lines Into the Orient
Is for a of $500,000 give
purse ,
Carpentier amount ever offered for the country. The remainder of the help on the cases.Suggestion whereabouts any and Berlin now plan to capturethe Mrs. J. C. Jones and little son, Bil- t

the largest event in history. Of men are clerks, switchmen, engineersand has been made that the O'Callagahan bulk of the trade in China, now ly Clifford, will leave' soon for New

any eportlng being the conductors. The trainmen have wreck of the sailing vessel, the CarolA. who being held by the United States and Smyrna, where they will visit her sister l ,
amount Dempsey, recognized (
this will left final action regarding! the strike Deering, a 3,500 ton, five masted ; States Great Britain. Mrs. W. W. Farmll. +aK
. champion get $300,000 after
lose. Carpentier receives the to a committee of their officers and schooner out of Portland, Me., for Rio June 6 to These purveys cf Germany's aggressive R. F. Roberts, of Live Oak, was vie

win remaining or $200,000. In addition to the various chairmen of the divisions, de Janeiro, was brought about by I' man by the moves dhow that German itlng I in town Monday.Mrs. to
who will meet In agents of the soviet of 2 2t'
Chicago government
Friday. W. H. Andrew
capitalists entertained'
there purses, 60 per cent of the mon I said to have are disregarding internal a .
Russia, or her crew mutinied and later financial few friends with card '
received forthe moving picturesof the troubles In their price-cut a party Wednesday
ey the contest will be divided equally STATE CENSUS FIGURES seized which the steamship Hewitt, the vessel ting war. In fact the German trade !, evening. in honor.of,her guest

between the principals. Tex Kickard, I has utterly Disappeared.The plans, based upon long credit arrangements Miss Edna Roberts, of Orala. Those ;
Hewitt, owned by the Union far more attractive to present were Misses Lora Anderson
buyers ,
of the event must takein
the promoter Percentage of Negroes In Florida '
at the gate before he By Sulphur Company, has not been heard than are offered by other countries, l dna Roberts, Mrs. J. T. Nelson, Earl
1900,000 Counties
from since she left Sabine, Texas, Hampton, have had a pronounced effect in money Whitten, Sht'lIardIoore.\ .
makes a several months ago for Boston with a W, C. and
neither land and inflation throughout Germany to a Whitten W. II. Andrewswere
need Dempsey about nor Washington, June 24.-The popula cargo of sulphur. Reports that several guests! of her dangerous point, report state visitors to the State Farm Sat
Carpentier worry tion of the state of Florida, as re- other ships disappeared at the left Monday The Scandinavian> countries are combining urday night.S. .
the wolf at the door after receiving cently announced by the bureau same time could not be verified
of the by sonville. to prevent ruin among their T. Itowling was a visitor to Lake
Much purses for not more than 12 census, department cf commerce, is Secretary Hoover, but he said that he Mr. and own domestic Industries from German Duller Monday.
rounds of fighting But in these pos.twar 6S.9 per cent white and 84.1 cent understood there had been several disappearances -
per I ressa, were competition. Denmark, Sweden and Messrs Frank and Arch noM, of ,
times the income tax is to be negro. In 1910 the percentage of ne- probably in the vicinityof Saturday. Norway it i is said, will adopt increased Baker county, were businusa visitors ,t
reckoned with, and an analysis of the.Ituation' groes was 41.0. Cape Hatteras, where the Carol A. Though the tariff measures to prevent dumping hero Monday. ",

. reveals the fact that the The negro population, which was Deering was wrecked, and the pirate have endured of German products in those countries Miss Evelyn Lurk, of Green Cove w

United States government is going to 308,669 in 1910, increased to 329,487 craft of the mutineers seem to be op drouth this at prices lower than can be manufactured Springs, Is visiting friends hero this :.::
get the real "plum" of the day. In 1920, an Increase of 6.7 per cent. erating. from here at home. week. ', 11 11C

Uncle Sam never drew on a boxing The white population In the same period The schooner Deering had a crew of melons. The The aims of. the Germans In South; Rhepard Moore was a visitor to .1 +

glove: in his life, but he'll make more increased from 443,634 to 638,153or 12 men. A bottle containing a message been I America reflect a carefully laid planto take Butler during the week. .; ,atJlvp

money out of the Jersey City fight 43.8 per cent. was picked up near where the Miss! Eva uproot American trade established U. J. Orillln, of Starke, was a visitor

July 2 than any one. Dempscy's in- The white population of the state schooner was beached. It said an oil- ing school In \ since the World war began.: In Argentina here. during the week \'a

come tax for his $300,000 share of the consists mainly of native Americans burning tanker or submarine had parents here Brazil and other principal' Tom Chastaln, of Lake Butler, was ",

purse will be 161270. Carpentier'stoll born of native American parents, the boarded the vessel and put the crew In Capt. countries German goods: are flooding a business visitor here Friday. Ii
to Washington will be $93,334. total native white of native parentage irons. W. B. Worrell, of Boston, was at Hope Hall the markets at prices no low that Mr. and Mrs. A. IX Andrews spent "ti

'This means that the government will being 532,295 while the foreign element captain of the Deering. The Hewitt, was Americans are unable to compel" Tuesday In Jacksonville. '

get $254,604 of the $500,000 purse, is represented by 43,008 foreign commanded by R. K. Henson, carrieda Jacksonville.G. \ Germany Is planning to rebuild Its

the boxers drawing the remaining born whites, 35,751 native whites who crew of 42 men. W. merchant marine in order that the TATUMMrttOWANMonday's : ,.
$245,396. The United States will also had foreign born parents, and 27,099 The possibility that the steamships ng at German flag again win lie carried Into -

collect from Tex Rickard ten per centon who had one parent foreign born, the were diverted to some foreign port is Rev. Burke every world port. I>r. William Cano, Times-Union containedthe )
. all admissions, thus getting $125- others being native. The total population one angle under investigation by the the) Methodist director-general of the Hamburg, following Interesting announcement -

)()00 more on estimated gate receipts includes also 518 Indians, 181 state department. The vessels, according D. W. Mao" American' line, has just returned to of the marriage of Rufus Tatum

of $1,250,000. Chinese, 106 Japanese and .25 "all to officials, were owned by were Europe after a trip to New York city who was, while be lived in Stiirko, one s II
Then, if Rickard makes any money other" Americans. There were no severe where he conferred with a number of our most popular young: men: f

on the bout, say $100,000 or $200,000, In almost every county of the state storms at the time the ships disappeared day.Mrs.. C. n. American financiers. lie announcedthat Mr. and Mrs. Brlnson McGowan announce

Uncle Sam will collect on this on the the percentage of negroes has do. it is said, which removes the and Mrs. E. the company Intends to begin the the marriage of their tovise ,

income tax returns, thus making the creased and in 28 of the 54 counties possibility that they foundered duringa ping in building of a fleet of steamships that Emma Janet, to Mr. Rufus J. Tallinn g I

government's share of the spoils close there were ajso a decrease in the gale. Ben Hall, will, within five years, bring the com Green Cove Springs, Saturday, .t
to a half million dollars., The state number of negroes. ness visitor pany's fleet up to about one-third of June 25th.The ,

of New Jersey will also collect ten The figures below gives the percentage DEATH OF MRS. WILEY The town what It was when the war came. A announcement will conic as a ;
per cent of the gross recelpta for tax of negroes in the total populationof ed last majority of these new vessels will be surprise! to friends of the couple) as t 1Jdill

returns, and then when Carpentiergets each county for years 1920 and Mrs. Leecy Jane Wiley died at her open ten Freight carriers. the bride, who graduated this month'

back home, the French govern 1910: home in the southeastern portion of are invited to Not only are the big industrial and from the Duval hitch school, was plan-

ment will cut into what he has left County 1920 1910 Starke, Wednesday, June 22nd, aftera vote in the shipping interests' of Germany reaching ling to attend the Florida'" State College ,

for its share of war taxes. Alachua ___u_____ 46.0 55.7 long illness. She was born in Ba- The books out their hands for' after-war for Women in the fall.

The arena in which the fight will be Baker _ ____________ 25.3 24.1 ker county 61 years and 7 months ago, m. trade in the United States, South Both young people have a wide clr. t at'

held has been built in a month, and I Bay _ ______________ 24.2 __ a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levy II. B. America and the Far East, but they cle of friends, who will wish them every a abd
the work of demolishing it will begin Bradford ___u____ 27.9 28.3 Rhoden. About 40 years ago she was for town i'l"I competing with the French'! and happiness t in their married life.

immediately after the fight. It is octagonal -: Brevard _ __________ 29.2 29.7 married to Mr. Geo. Wiley, who died Mrs. British for trade supremacy' with the Mr. and Mrs. Tatum will leave this

in shape and extends back on Broward - --------- 30.5 -- 14 years ago. She moved to Starke Bennett, of Russian soviet government.: It I la evening for Chicago, III., where the
all\ sides 220 feet from the ring.! The 'I Calhoun _____u___ 27.4 28.7 with her husband about 20 years ago Mrs. J. W. known that several missions have former will take a course In chiropractic ,

topmost row of bleachers'will be 35 Citrus _ u__________ 48.4 64.0 and had been living here ever since. A. F. been sent to Russia for the purpose of .

feet above the floor level of the ringin Clay _ _____________ 38.9 40.1 Two and a half years ago Mm. business in making a survey of its resources II.
which the men will fight. Seats Columbia ________ 49.0 47.5 Wiley sustained a stroke of paralysisand Mr. Van Stlnnes, the coal baron of Germanyand BAPTIST :red ,

for the bout, coating from $5 general Dade _ _____________ 29.7 35.1 was an invalid until deathmadean located in the the most powerful man In that ts )
admission to the $50 ringside and DeSoto . ______'_____ 17.1 16.6 end of her Bufferings. But duringher Mr. and country, has been negotiating with 10 a. m., Sunday school, J. T. Qulg- s.'s

box seats, have been on sale for near- Duval . ..__________ 42.3 49.6 afflictions{ she evinced a constant their guest Russians with a view of developing Icy, superintendent. Spend: a happy w ,

ly a month. The popularity of the Escambia . .___-.... 30.8 39.7 cheerfulness, born of a true Christian J. Meads, of of the great Siberian resources. hour with us. f,1 yl 7

match is attested by the fact that for Flagler _ ___________ 39.2 __ spirit. She Joined the Methodist is a niece of German and British experts have 11 a. m., sermon: "True Service."
two weeks it has been impossible to Franklin . ___u____ 48.7 47.8 church 25 years ago and was ever a Mr. and proposed to Lenine that he form coalition 7:30: p. m., B. Y. P. U. At this service -

get a $50 seat, unlea a buyer is will- Gadsden _ ____u____ 62.9 67.4 consistent member, doing good wher- I county, wore government! in order to facili- you will m et some of Starke'

ing to pay $75 or $100 to a specula Hamilton . _____u__ 43.2 46.8 ever she could and never withholdinghelp C. A. Dirt tate the Introduction( of foreign capital beet young people. 1
tor. Dozens of fake series of ticketsfor Hernando ____u___ 40.1 55.7 and sympathy. Mrs. Annie to assist In the restoration of that 8:30: p. m., Sermon: "ncslde the Sea r

the fight have appeared, and many Hillsborough . ...... 18.8 21.0 The deceased is survived by two Tuesday for country. The German government and of Galilee." eI r,

tundri-d cf persons have been swindled , Holmes _ ___________ 8.0 10.3 sons, Messrs. George and Farley Wi will spend the Bolshevik government have just Wednesday 1 prayer meeting, 8 p. m.

in the purchase of these pasteboards Jackson . ______u__ 42.7 47.8 ley, and three daughters, Mrs. Lillie Miss completed a trade agreement Its pro W. O.| KERSEY

particularly in New York, Jefferson . _____u__ 72.5 76.2 Stokes, of Wimauma, and Misses Wednesday visions are significant In view of the Supply Pastor.A lrs

Philadelphia and other large cities of Lafayette . ________ 17-8 20.3 Louise and Lottie Wiley, of Starke, friends, Fact that this Is one of a series of similar 1

the East One thousand Jersey City Lake _ ________..... 80.0 38.1 who have the heartfelt sympathy of Madge agreements already negotiated, new continent Is said to have been

policemen will be on duty at the arena Lee _ ______________ 13.1 14.9 this community in their bereavement. parlor was or in process of negotiation, between discovered In the antarctic region In
on) the day of the bout Leon _ _____________ 67.4 75.8 Rev. M. L. Smith of the First Meth- green and Russia and other nations, such as which no booze has ever been made or s f"I
___ 89.9 45.0 and crepe Great Britain, Italy and Czecho.Slo- sold. It Is uninhabited. rorre
Levy __________ odist church of Starke, conducted the "i
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIESI Liberty _ uu___ 44.8 44.9 funeral services. The Interment, In ing games vakia. One of the most interesting ,

Madison __________ E1.4 65.0 charge of Funeral Director D. C. refreshments provisions is that the representativesof Rhine and fixing a Mg tax on all Ger. ..\ .

bought from a merchant some Manatee _-____u__ 31.0 24.6 Jones, was at Hope cemetery, The- clusion. both Germany and Russia are to be man export .y
bread shipped in from Jacksonville. It'Was Marion _ ________u_ 53.8 60.8 ressa. The remains were escorted to Those bound by it to refrain from every Hamburg was the first German cityto !1 2 r hr

O. I{., alright, but I am ashamedof Monroe _ _____-_____ 22.1 27.1 their last resting place by a numerous Middleton, form of agitation or propaganda launch commercial war on the At J Jl #

the act, as our home bakery makes Nassau _ ___________ 44.3 62.8 following of mourning friends, and Elizabeth ,' against the state Institutions in which 11811.l Figures showed that German M
just loaf ______ 19.7 ander, proposed delegation Is located. were' buying large quantities of the i Lro
as good bread and a heavier Okaloosa ___ -- the flower gifts from near and far
Claud 1I0ue Reports of the world's greatest Industrial Drench' wines, penfuraes and toilet articles -
at the same price. Okeechobee - ..!.... 9.9 -- I were as profuse as they were beautiful. .
Why do( our merchants kick when Orange ________n 27.5 39.8 Manlre, Earl deal, which may be a fore- and various English products,
lI'e ,,____.. 1R 16.8 Mrs. C. E. runner to a Franco-German economic especially cigarette' So Hamburg
order goods from mail order houses "..,,''CU.. _ __._______ ----
and then buy their bread away Palm Beach _ ______ 29.5 39.8 INSANE PATIENT KILLED BY Ing was entente, are circulated in Paris as a conceived a "patriotic"" boycott. "We '
from 23.8 32.7Plnella's W. B. result of a conference between Louis sell no enemy good I i. the slogan. .In .e,
ham T If all of us ordered our Pasco ____.______ TRAINChattaboochee
goods from other places what wouldour _ __________ 16.1 -- ling re-roofed Loucheur, France's richest man and Hamburg.The .
______. 24.2 80.7 June 25.-Luther Mrs. Annie minister of the liberated region, and campaign launched by Hara-
merchants do? What would our Polk ______ '
books do? What would build up our Putnam __________ *** 52.0 : Potts, age IB years, a white patient 1 Sunday,.her Walter Rathenau, one of the most burg drive soon in was followed by a similar t t a ai

town St. Johns ,. _________ 36.1 41.3 in the Florida state hospital, sent chua. powerful men In Germany Lolpsic. Leading business '
_____ 24.0 21.2 here Bradford Edgar As the result of France regaining: men, newspaper proprietor and! editors ,
R. S. HUMPHREY. St Lucie _ ____ ; from county, escaped
Santa Rosa _ _______ 20.8 28.4 from the Institution last Friday night guest of Mr. Alsace-Lorraine the republic now possesses and the prominent member of Jiv
'I fields of Iron Germany all political attended
BANKS TO CLOSE ON FOURTH Seminole . ...______ 45.9 -- After wandering about until Sunday son Sunday. great ore. parties a big
: has vast coal fields in Upper' Si meeting and discussed whether Lelp-
Sumter _ ___________ 28.3 83.7 morning he was struck by the west
Next le- Suwannee _ ________ 40.2 42.0 bound Seaboard passenger train No. lesia. Each nation', commodity la sic should Imitate Hamburg's boycott v
Monday, July 4th, being a to the other. Economic students measures. It was unanimously decide
_______ 40.5 87'9 39 River Junction and Instantly necessary ;
gal I holiday, the Bank of Starke and Taylor ___ near was believe that as a result of thU ed to do BO. ,
the Bradford .County Bank will be Volusi. _ ________- 35.1 89.9 killed. A coroner'i jury was will be A resolution $ .%
___ 46.0 49.6 and after Sunday conference some agreement was unanimously ,
cloned Wakulla _ _______ empaneled making Investigation
on that day. Those having urgent reached between Loucheur, bead of adopted stating: that England and *
business the bankshould Walton _ ___________ 20.1 80.4 rendered a verdict that he I F
the France
with either the largest' electrical concern In were waging war against the
Washington _ _______ 25.0 30.3 came to his death in a manner above Morning
day. transact the same on Satur- described, and held that the railroad dren's world, and Loucheur, whose ramified German business. The German gov- .A

TALKS 15 MINUTES AFTER TRAPIS company was blameless in the mat you are still interests extend throughout: France. ernment could not help business men, >
SPRUNG Evening : Not only are the Geramns seekingto because it wa chained by the Versalllfl \ .t,

HE WAS EASY-GOING ter.The sister of the deceased Mr*. Lost Christ. regain their former commercial supremacy \ treaty. Self-help was the only '
but they are declaring war thing left, they said. All result of
: a
Saw Felix Birblglia, of New Orleans Crews, came here from Bunnell, and! Prayer
a who had egg- manufactured by the Allies this attitude
man commercial
yesterday I on goods house and :
hanged for the murder i arranged for the Interment which took
yolk dripped all over his beard. I of-' sentenced to be alive m.Everybody I and shipped to Germany for pale The business interest throughout Ger-
Neason was in the hospital
Bertha place cemetery.
feted to bet he'd had eggs: of Mr* have y ; r
him that after the trap was Mrs. German business men are appealingto many united in a campaign to
for breakfast. We bet. I lost. HeProved fifteen June minutes 17th. He was, heard to apparently failed reached the crowd at the : the people to stand by them in a sell German /good This drive and! ,."

that he'd not eaten eggs since sprung "God have mercy on myenWhen outside the prison, the prison rates practice. trade war which they declare has been the big effort to regain its former ,s
Sunday.. All I can add I IS that his al- murmur.. were broken down and police reserves forced upon them by the Allies' action position in the trade market of the

!lslfa: is ready for the first cutting: that the execution had were called to hold back the throng. in putting. custom barriers on the world are, being! pushed. to( the limit.
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LICENSE LAW I DEMAND FOR TANLAC a s nowunr do __. 100.0'ao.O'

BILLS l-AfD BT COUNTT COMlUSSIONIklUOoneral'tl.e M.tthewa do _- 10 .t.
In. Alderm.n do .
Captain Gray the veteran chief I"..n4Amanda ... lUll M.. B D 1..w do --_. 10000 100.00
4 clerk in the comptroller's office at Conner Thomas do -paup.rN&iwy ., -- J_;00 B..dford Co. T..I..pb pria'ialr ..0:50:

Tallahassee has given out a ..ynop.l.of Martha Rim .do |_*> i, B..df".d Co. T..I."b. do. 11.60
BREAKS ALL RECORDSAMAZING I I ILlsl. Bradford Co. Telestraph do - Jrj
U L. Bajran dr. - -_- __. 2so 04
license law
1 the new automobile Bonier .de ........ -. 4_<"> Dixon Office Supply l Co Incidentals .. 1:to
which read with interest b)' Elisabeth Hunter do -..-.-.__ ____i *.<"> H B Wiggins salary .a'" -_. 150.00
the Warren H...." do _ _ _ J H B WlKrlns office ineldtmtals. .____ 1.25
throughout .
automobile owners Atria Scott do 1-00 I L W Klckllwr board ... .1. -_ 4.20
state. Issae Clark do ---. -- 00 A A. H..a do ....
The law'becomes effective January SUCCESS ACHIEVED BY CELEBRATED MEDICINE Hannah; Harris-do !.(0 ,, .I 0 Dennicon do -----. 560
8.-1.1 tax "ia&rie' No. 15 do _
Msrthn Wilkinson do _. ... . I 111.10
i 1, 1922. Captain Gray's state men NOT ONLY PHENOMENAL BUT IS UNPRECE. W N Newmans' do JO I, Bradford County Back iuwt 600.14
: follows: Mrs Norn Rawllns:: do *.s0 I IMartha .7. O. o.nnloon board """'GO 4 00
*.00 L W Klekbter do ---- .' 475
Gatlin __
I , There will be only one lug instea DENTED-OVER 20,000,000 BOTTLES SOLD IN SIX John Wnsht do do -_- -. *.M I A A H..a do \.-------. 1.114I,

t, 1s i of two that being placed on the rear YEARS FOREIGN COUNTRIES CLAMOR FOR IT. Wade JCR.xdo Wynn do__: __ ........-=== *.::00** I .In
,_ No Worma a healthy Child
truck. The first I
: of the car or question _0 __ _ .. .- WIfl'do
t J 0 ______ t MlErvln
,. that most car owners will ask Rlirrlnhotham' ---do- _____ *-<"> I I I I All children troubled with Worm bare an uo.

: I will not doubt be 'What will my li- Cigarette Newman Children: do -=__.__. soo: healthy rotor which Indicate poor blood.and as.
Martha McDonald do _______._ SAline rale there to more or.1..... stomach diwurbaux.
: \, cense cost?' The answer 1s. That de Never before perhaps, in the history.of the drug trade hasthe' Bryant do ____ X-*" GROVE'S TASTELESS. : CHILL TONIC given K U.

pends. There are so many dlffeern ECBvrddo. _,. ----- 00 Ian ? for two.. three. weeks will enrich the blood.
clarifications and previsions in the cigarette has demand for a proprietary medicine ever approached the won '. r Merrill ;;; 4 00 tmpeo'ethSdIdeStiODSOd. actasafeneral StrenmhetilD .

which derful record that is now being made by Tanlac the celebrated Catharine Crews do _ _ .. 4.00Msnraret ,, Took to th.whole.,.-. Nature will then
blank the I .
that the application delicious _
bill same Roberts do ? _.___ "a off. dispel the wormsand theChlldwillbato
D necessarily must be used to comply flavor medicine which nas oeen accomplishing such remarkable results I Willie Martin do ..?_ =_._._____ sos: I I' throw perfect fceeltli. Ftaaiaot to!..*...afe per borOtDodcon'a
as Lucky N.. Mary Tyre do ....___-_ -.110 I .
k with the law will resemble an Income throughout this country and Canada. As a matter of fact the Mrs. Tom Drsl do ______. S.OO I .
: Strike. Because ... ...... ._..,. _
tax report or a government draft Mrs Sarah III< marvelous achieved th lis medicine is tonly phenom-
success by no
1 Strike Is the I Kate Collins do ____. S.OO
I questionnaire. Lucky Kate Frailer do __. ___ son
q enal but unprecedented. ? vWI1w'IPthe Cr1r.., ? ,
only Jerry Johns do __.. .... ._ SilO
Automobiles for private use toasted cigarette. -- -- --
I Carrie Albert do _._______ I Liver Tone
basis being The first bottle of Tanlac t. reach most gratifying and astonishing 1.0111
weight -
I will be lioensea on a Bell Cottr-.ll do . S 00 '
I r-.i -r-
fifty cents per hundred pounds the public was sold just a little over I results and have pronounced it the Jollus Barkowtts do ___._____ SAIl ,

I of Ford turing car for z. : six years ago. Its tnicces was immediate greatest medicine of all time.: Area Howard do ___. 7.HO | Calomel
So the owner a ..._'-= u R..h.l Malphura do 8.00 Killing Sale
I- 4 ..,.. -i-.t\; nut nnlr will DaY a license taxI and people everywhere: were Tens of thousands of men and worn E E Petty do: W.. ___" S:00 |
--- ofextraordinary of all in all walks of afflicted tlssle Hall do _________.____ (
;f.i. The.owner of an Oaklandcar quick to recognize it as a medicine en ages 11.011 .
O. lite. E T Callie Thornton do ___ I.'0 -- ..,,......... .......I.. .......
I of the late models, has been getting he can avoid It. merit. Since that time with stomach, liver an 8 a-, 8 00O Don/* sicken or -aJira.t yourself or
his license for $5, but under this there have been sold throughout this disorders, some of them of longstanding V Alderman; ;;;.j-jj-"dit-; 1-B:onO : paralyse your sensitive liver by taking
1' The old-time planters' when they and Canada as well as thousands of W Alderman east bill et et B-.toG oalomel whiah ia
4 ? ': I bill he will pay $12. while the owner cleared their big fields had to take in country something over W Alderman Indexingeta ____ Z*.IR! quicksilver. Your
;R( of Maxwell car will pay $10.60. I Twenty Million 20000.000) bottles weak, thin nervous men and women John Maek janitor ___?__.__. I*.00 denier. eel]. each bottle of pies-mot!
I a the five the sand soaks too. They knew that establishing a record which has probably apparently on the verge of collapse C A KnlM snprr res- _________ 20.on harmless Etodson'a. Liver Tone" underan
am advised that passenger all that ailed such lack of W J Epperson venire et 55.50w
spots was exeeutlfMr et Irooolad moDer-badc. guarantee
,I' Buick touring cars weigh 2900 pounds never been equalled in the history have testified that they have been ful- ;J Epperson drawing. Jury et et __ 8.Oil
drainage and in the winter when that 1 is T gul the lifer stomach
&.w and
such would be of the drug trade in America. Jy restored to their normal weight W .1 Epperson Bams .trend Jnrr wit 78.IB ,
license a car
and a there bowels batter fhaa eoJomel without making
was little for their negroes to W J Epperson sums spes venire et et B SO
; i $14.50.A Cadillac touring car which do, they had them cut deep ditches Fame InternationalThe health and strength by its use. W J Epperson executing; venire et ct-. 107.7B you etc*-IB J iUio .bottles sold.faEPOTO .
has been assessed $11 license will instant and phenomenal success Restored to Health W J Epperson 4 d.,. attendance et et .Ie.oo
v from such places to. where the drain which Tanlac won when it was I IfI..t Still others who seemed fairly well, A B Vanes supplies elerk officeB
\ _1 cost $20 under the new law. water could find an outlet. The set- City LlKht Plant llrhta .. 15.55
introduced has been extended to i yet who suffered with indigestion, Drew Co
supplies eo todsre __ e.iI
) If the automobile (s used for hire ling of tb jioil after the drainage practically large city small headache shortness of breath dizzy; I>rew. Co do CI.rka office' ._____ IR 5Drew -

1! there is an additional charge on thewelll.'ht cracked the hardpan in innumerable every Co do ____.______._,__.___-- Jft.SB
1 of the -car and also a charge laces, S0 that moisture oould ascend.hrough town village and hamlet in North I I spells, sour galllY'atomacbs, coated Bradford" Co Telerraph do sheriffs' ___ IS.00
America. Its fame has become international i:tongues, foulness of breath const Bradford Co Teleirraph pub reports. 4..fl
of $5 per passenger where} the pas- it from the water found below in its and England Japan ,!patton bad complexion loss of Floyd Green i p drawIng. Jury et ct *.fIII
capacity does not exceed seven which caused plant roots to scope appe W J Epperson 1 day with corn. ,. __ 4'00
: aenger go Mexico, Cuba Hawaii Alaska, II I I tite sleeplessness at night and of ter W W Bal.rlr-n: bailiff et et ._..-_._.__ IX (in
V So that a Ford touring car operated deeply down and in decaying improved Porto Rico and many European coun- j I Iribly dejected, depressed :feelings J B "Renp," do ._,.__.__?_.____.___ J1!."0
for hire would take a license costing the subsoil. The hardpan itself, I Oeo Epps6n do _.._____.._____. fl do
: $31 the Oakland $38 i the Maxwell which !Ie only sand colored by fine tries are clamoring it. state that they have been entirely re W J Epperson Jr do _________ 11.110
; pal'flc1es R A c;..... .. .
From coast to coast and from the I lIeved of these distressing symptoms Insanity CUrenea Perry Z On
1. 1' $36.76; the Cadillac, $60 when UIII'.d of decayed vegetation<< when W .I Fpir.on do ..__.---- e.1'
for hire. This will illustrate briefly aerated helped to nourish the Great Lakes, Tanlac is known and ,,and restored to health and happiness W E Mlddleton do .-___.______ t.00
Vi'J, plants, honored. Millions have taken it with by the use of Tanlac.-Adv. E L BI..... do ____.___._.__.___ eon
t I nome of the change with refe>ence and in a few years no one could tell :i W W Baladen do ...____________ 1.00

1 to passenger cars. ?.,: where a sand soak had been except ----- -- ------ -- - ---- C A Roberts 2 day .omr and mll..___ 7.40
? H H Willi..... do ..________ 11.80
k The license fees for trucks dependson during drouths when the plants there Thomas.Mr. 'of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ogden. J M Brownie* do .______. 4.110

I whether the tires are pcfcWattc always looked better. I H P Rslncr doa ...?.__.____.. fl.00 SHIPS ON THE SEVEN
and Mrs. H. F. Harnage of I Andrew of and SlAt
Sparks Mounteocha
T TViwIinir do _--_.._.___.__.___. 6 40
:''f ->r solid, as well as whether or noj, the; Do not be afraid of a sand soak. Starke spent the week-end here/!! with I Edgar: of Micanopy were business M n Walnwrlitht advance tax ........r SOO.00
i truck will be in private ulle'or for Drain it, and after a few years it will their Mrs. Mabel Groover. visitors here A D Andrews Mere Co burial E T Skip and Sail undirIk

daughter Saturday. Thornton psuper ...____.__._._.__ 7.BO Stan and
i hire. An illustration will be the\ Federal be best land. The sand soaks in I Strict
your Herman of LaCrosse attended J W
Moody .. Earney Dowling of Hampton wasa White Bon supplies .._____ 1.78
one ton truck, which weighs: and around Starke have the best crops church at Rock Saturday. rltarks lee Co lee _.________._.. IS.2B
I 4,800 pounds. Under the new law this this drouthy because the roots visitor here Saturday afternoon. Stsrke Phone Co rent phon. ._.__... '1.10 More than fifty freight
I season .
Miss Ellen of Gainesville
Mrs. Equilla Dixon is home again, r.rlffm a Johns window shads eo Judge 4 en
t' truck equipped with pneumatic tires can go down to moisture and the pecan spent Saturday here the truest of her after several weeks' visit with relatives Consumers LnrnVer" Co supplies j.lI.) 1.IB passenger services under -
:' and In private use, would cent $36, trees seem to do better and bear friend Alva Thomas. C R Sanp burial Sam Balllnmr. .._-. 10.40 the Stars and Stripe

( t and equipped with solid tired, $63.76 heavier on such soil than on any oth John, Thigpen is on the sick list this Mr.and and friends Mrs. Car in Blackshear] Jones Ga.the f W A J RotH-rta Epperson expenses phons IB02 s.on I are ready for your use

i'' The same vehicle when operated for er. week. are B T Howling. do ._______________. 14 871 f the harbors of tsnds
with Urea proud parents of a baby boy. C R flans' j p Inq....' Sam Bslliniter.. e.14 IN itrsnge
rp hire equipped pneumatic Mrs. F. S. Fowler and grandson! W -Epperson do the Stan and Stripe
+ would require license costing; $102, WHERE WAS YOUR BROOM Kills Fowler left Sunday for Plant Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a visitor F ;J Roberta Juror do---..-_--_-_- _-.--._- 4 9.70 so had become but a memory they

here Sunday. W H Edwards do ____...... __._ found
and if equipped with nolid tires, $163 ? 4.M) are now once more on
______ i MADETOne City to spend some time with her W C Woolen do _._. ____ 4 I schedule
Bible school ?? The
Remember regular time.
The largest increases in cost of licenses daughter, Mrs. Ellis Bailey.Dr. every Sun- J T Redrllah do __...__...____"_. 4.So grand'
i will be in the ease of cars and day afternoon at 8:30.: 8 T Starllnsdo) ___.__?_______ 4.110 sons of a generation de.d and
of the strangest conditions met Tribble of LaCrosse made a flTP.araedo -____-......_. 4 no gone have seen the return of the
_______ ; I trucks operated for hire. In the cane professional call in our section Monday W W Ralsden wit do ____ -IZ-Ilr S.00 Flag to all the seven .e...
I of cars and trucks in private use theIi with is the peculiar habit merchants A I. Alvre. elo ._ _________
S f have of purchasing things grown or ; FARMERBROWNThere E D Rowe do -____"I_____________ eon Help to keep the Stars and
general: average of increase apparently S. L. Prescott and sons, Woodrowand J O Wllllsms da --._?????_. 2 00 Stripes in Its rightful place, allover
, \ will not be more than fifty to sev manufactured ins other states, when Willie, were in Brooker Monday A 8 Crews eo .tty __..______ 6.75 the world, by sailing and

,, enty-five per cent over the present license the same articles could be purchased morning. Sliver, the calf has got rid Tot.1 : : shipping on American owned
: ------ )
; ; rates.' right at their doors. Recently a gen- Miss Mary Thomas of Starke, is of the saddle. You run and put it in E W Hayes eom taSPeofleetorT.835.18 and operated ships.
Ii ; The bill will he administered by thecomptroller's tleman of our' town who formerly resided Fine and Forfeltnre Pand "We cannot sell! luccenfully..aid "
while her D. the barn where found it ,
with uncle and R
in spending a just you A Creen ease Willie Dleks .__ 1.4*
N. J. noticed in
Camden ?? .
a President
office but was not drawn D. Thomas. then come here. Want to talk to you. W J Epperson do ___...-_?____. IB 00 Harding, "wherewe
certain store brooms having the Cam- O W Aldermsn eoat ct do ,__._ do not carry."American ships
: by or suggested by the comptroller.The ct _. 1 76
member of the having den label on them. While up there his Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Thomas and All right; I've put it back all right. W J Pnprrson: do ______..__?...__. 8fl flic are now avail..!>le. Be sure to
legislature family spent the week-end at Starke, Well, come here. R A Oreen ease Prank Brown _... 1'41 use them whenever possible.
charge of the program of good attention was attracted- to brooms W J Epperson do _ _:=.._.. i
-- ------ 8ft 715
of Mr. and Mrs. don't I don't
Thomas. to
) I road legislation had the laws drawn that had been manufactured at Starke guests George New you ; want get O W Aldermen cost ct ct do ___.__. 1.711 Operators of PassengerServices
[ beat up.Now W J Epperson do ..__ ___ .go
with a view of providing funds for the : Fla.' several. hundred miles from that Sliver I'll not scold W J Epperson e... Simon?Jones. ?. sons
whip or ? Admiral Line. 17 Suts ..,
W J Su.N.
city. Epperson case S J CattS*_.._. 8.7B -
state road and
department appearedto
GRAHAM Just sit here by Mr. Oleson. We O W York N. T. -
you. Alderman cost ct et do ____.. flft
ei This is of the Metion
have believed that the fairest! method one unexplainablemYllterll' want to talk to you. W J Pppemon case Ram Balllnmr. ._. B4.70 I So. OIly Street. Baltimore.Company.Md. 26
one often meets with in O W Alderman cost et et do ____.
of licensing! motor vehicles was on up ills Munaon bteam
Ship Line
82 Beaver
Graham 1. Mrs. Barry Honest ? ,
July Geiger injun W J Epperson
the businesi world. Don't ease Eddie Dicks ..._ IS.Or) Street. New York. N Y
a weight basis and this idea ha been suppose and two daughters, Thelma and Yes; I'll not hurt you. Now sit w J Fpperson cost ct et do .____. .89 New York and Porto Rico S. 6. Co.,
the basic principle apparently, on any merchant stops to consider the Dorothea of her down. I boy'once and know W J Fpperaon e... J Q Dicks _._._. H.00 1 1 New York, NY.
Tampa, are visiting was a :W J t"r5
Fppcmon cost et ct do _.. ..__
which the new automobile license law matter of freight, or the importance ? .. .BO Pacific S. Co 45 Broadway.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Murrhee. how it is. R A Green e... Shelton
parents E. Hall ..._. 1.41 New York N. Y.
i was drawn. However, there are manydifferent pC patronizing home industries. It Dr. Mlddleton of W .I Epperson: do ______.______.__? 9_78 U. 5. M.II 6. 6. Co., 4S Broad....'.
classifications and seems to be a feeling with most peo- Starke was a Yes, Sliver, Mr. Brown wants to O W Alderman cost ct et do ......... 1.28 New York N. Y.
t i 4 provisos, ple that which is "fetch on" is better business visitor here Tuesday. help you and make a good boy of you.I w .1 Fpperson eost et ct do .____.__. BO Ward Line (New 1 York' end Cuba Mall
i as stated! above, which taken as a Charley Mills and of Starke g W A'derrnan' eost ct et C. MIII..r.. 1.88 S S. Foot 01 W.U Screet.
; j whole will mean that there will be than the home product and a little son, ', suppose you never had a chance before R A Green. do -__._________ New'YorJ. N.Y.
\ I education along this line would be were visitors here Wednesday. TOh. W J Eppemon do ....._._____._____ 1.88// -tree -
some 15 or 16 different clnmies W use of
-or series J Fpperson
east ..
Messrs. and icto .. .
Lacy Prevatt Harley ,., ..
-I vcs. I did: but had to take it ? ?
beneficial in than -.,-, ---- --- -- Shipping Board films
more ,
of license tags ranging in price ways one.- f -uo case j im Hlmmons _. 12.2S
t4 according to the vehicle for which Minatnisrn_ ___ _News_ _. __. Thomas of ZifT, were visitors here on most always. If I didn't some other W J Fpprnon cost et et do _.,_.___. 1.8n Use of Shipping Board motion picture
_ \. - u un Wednesday. fellow did. W 3 Epperson: .... E E Green _____. 8,1)0 films four reels, free on request of any
4 t j purchased all the way from $8 to Lewis of Oxford is R A Green ease. Bob King et al ..____ 1.8S mayor pastor postmaster, or organisation -
Iti1 ,. <' *500. The law will Byrd, visiting You don't understand. Now we W J Epperson do __.____________.___. 22.00 A great educational' picture,
present bring; In ENGLISH AS SOMETIMES WRIT relatives here this week. want to have confidence in I II A Green ease Fred Stevens ___._ 102 ol shIPS and the "sea Write for Informstlontoi. ( -
I a total revenue of from one million Mr. and Mrs. R. N. of you us, W J Epperson do ______ __. ._. .. Laue. director, Infoimstlon
l' Dowling and we want to have confidence- in B J John. witness do __...I.__III_ Buresu. Room 4ii. 1119 "F" btreet,
to and one-half \ dollars. One of the friends 1.00 ::
one million Telegraph' in
4kLl Pompano spent part of the week with you. Want you to do just what we II A Green. ..... C 30hn. _________. 8.nA N. W.,\Valwiton.:D C.
'anipa sends us the following which Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ogden.Mrs. W J Fpperson Ho ..._____._?,__. 14.110 SHIPS FOR ALB
i :: Ie i of a letter received by theIalm tell you and not get into so much mischief II E Newaom witness do _._.__. _
SAND SOAKS -- a. copy _. 1.0" cr.( ....., .11I... sWr
<: department of the A. C. L. railway T. D. Dyal and children of all the time. Now Brown let's W P Matt do __.__,.__.___..____ 1.00 Steel. )
r stasmsrs, both ell aad sealBersers.
: ; .
J B 5. _
do _
1' Ziff here with rel ____
It Is evidently written by a German spent Wednesday clean the boy up get him some new R 8 1.110 Also' weed Btsesnere, weed
: "Sand soaks" occasionally Humphrey juror ._._ _____. :
on 1.110
_ , I occur and that he has adopted the cus- atives. clothes and see what we can make of R Austin do _._._._..__..?._.____ 1.nO iaiorssstisa kills sad aeesn'lolng IMS. Further_ .
c flatwoods land. They are spots where tom of the country in having nothing '. Thoy Dyal, of Wauchula, spent! last him. I'llIve $5 to help and more if W J Johns do ._._._____._.____ 1.110 sblaiaed by "'
: the clay is far below the surface and but the best killed by the trains Wednesday and Thursday with his I. L Conner do _.______._._____... 1.on For sailings of
you need it and"you put in some and H Y Brown do __....._._____._._.__ 1.00 passengerand
k where a stratum! of hard a. Is found P_ka well for the Americanization .,parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. V(. Dyal. let's fix him up. Here is $5 to start J H Williams do _____________._._. 1.flO freight ships to all
I some distance beneath the top.toiL In of f foreign born citizens.Plant. Little Roberta Matthews the R A Green esse Lacy Edwards Jr .... 1.119
wet weather the spent with-Why, my pocketbook is gone! I W I Fpperson: do _?_.__._______._ 1.00 part of the world and .11
"s water will'stand Citys Fla. week-end with her grandparents at R A Green. .. Pi.
And my watch! See here boy I just I c. ink Wrlaht ___ 1.14 other information write
4 t the hardpan stagnating\ and polsonJngr Joone 14, 1921. Waldo. believe I WJ Epperson do -----_...___.._._. 14.7.
Rr you picked my pockets! W J Epperson: wltnsas do .. any of the above lines or
the roote of the For Atlantick Coast Line _.__ IMO
: plants. this Plant Fla. Henry Saxon Tom Dyal and daugher Oh I Just wanted to ehow you how : W W Bslsden do _________ T_.__ 1.110
reason the wild grasses and herbs Citys, : Alma of Hampton were visitor R A Green. ease Ernest: Jones ._.__ 1.RO
raise the
we things in city. We watch US-SHIPPING BOARD
t I have been unabie to push their roots Dear Presidents W J Epperson do ___.__._.__.._. 24.00
' % I wrote on you for fin\ out I can here Friday. the other fellow plant it, then we go w J Fpperson witness do __._._._. 1.flO WASHINGTON,D.C
,, (e deep and no h mull has therefore male corn settel wid for damageone Walter Edmondson and family, of in and raise! it. Just wanted to keep .I B 8..." do _________..__.__ 1.on
been you W W D.I.d.n do __________
formed beneath the top soil but _____.__ too
you frait trans do Sampson spent Thursday at the homeof hand in. Here's old watch R A Green.
: was on one my my your ease L demons ___.__. 1.""
1 the subsoil is sterile white sand. bull wat I get. I get sqm small farm Alfred McKlnney. and pocketbook. w J Epperson do ..h____, _. 111.08
l I When such land 4s"used for agriculture clone to Plant City. on one day las Schell Byrd, of Plant City is visiting R A Green ease T A WlllU nuT"I 1.111
a poor way to gain confi WJ Epperson do ____..__._.__. 1950
the plants suffer In wet weather, weeks.. You trane was pas'my places his parents Mr. and Mrs. D. J. dence. :J B Bsnp witness do ...___._ l.flO -

and the dry sterile sand gives them rind got son red flag on locomitif. Byrd. W I Epperson do ._-_________ 1.00 ,
1 : flat Now let me tell you ..omethlng.There's IA Green. ease Bert Forarth ,_
bulls _
( & no incentive for was see dose flag and startto 1.1ft
pushing their roots
de Grandma Saxon of Pompano Is a young men at Starke whois W, I Fpperson_____ _do.._._._.___.______ 11.211
push tranes of de treks. De *
c down to moisture In weather. U.. m'., ._ ....
dry visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.I. ss un n. __.__.__ 1."
iL ','Therefore such land is held in bad bull was make one bad mistakes. He running a hardware store, and other I B Spp do __...___.____..____. 1.on I
n ye repute dont should for try {or do dat. Dat L Ogden. businesses, and making a success W W BaitMlen. do ___._.____._. 1.00 '
( and no one wants sand soak if A L AI....... .___ IW LIKE THIS IN STARKESimilar
; a bulls was get all smashes up on yeu Truby and Irving Dyal!, Bob Sur- of it. Now he started by getting the R A Green do -- ___-__ __._ 1.00
ea-e Ed Clark __._._
kow katcheri. I lak"'for mak settel rency and Oscar ,Wasdin.were business confidence of the public, and then by W J Epperson 88.05".119

: ASPIRIN for you wld 60 dollaires. De bull was visitors to the county seat Sat keeping it. He is now doing a big W J Epperson ..\\n'-.I-----:; : 1.00:
;t .I B Repp do ______.___
full bred, half is 'J40ney-and de odder urday. business and we all have confidence W W Balsden do .____.____. 1.01) Cases Being Published In
; hat is plymoth rocks.! Dat bull dont Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dowling and in him. His name is DeWitt C. Jones 0 M Bennett do _..___ 1.110 too Each laaue.

:; Name "Bay r" on Genuine die.was good for._. bulls- some more. .She Marvin Ogden were visitors to Ziff -the best hardware man in the coun Cl.BootS: ..,.. Swindell fialllvan do do. .__.___ .__ .1.11&.e& The follow-DC case Is but one ot

Mutcha bilge Friday, ty. Now if you want to make any Jive PhiIli.. do .__________ Lee many occurring' : dally in Starke. It

E--,;,. C- Miss Lola Moody spent Friday with thing out of yourself, you must quit lole R A Johns Green eonata ease Rosnle do -Cherry_____ 1.tlS la an easy matter to verify It. You

P. S. Send to me checks. The more her cousin! at Sampson. your city tricks, and get the confidence B J Johns witness -_____ 1175 1.00 cannot aak for better proof.

quick I get the checks de more quick A crowd t>t young folks enjoyed a of everyone. Will you try: 2' W R A J Rreen Fpperson aMe do Bchnapp__Brinson_ -_. 1.77 11. Burrow., prop. ef tire vulcanizing

I buy some more bull. pilau at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bet your life I I want to have a W .I Ep_ wit_ -_. _... lS.21)1.00 shop, Starke says: "I got

R. S. Wasdin hardware store. Will you help me get J B Sapp do _. .___ 300 down with my, back. Ever move I
ZIFF Mrs. LeRoy Smith and 3. C. W rlaiaden do -____ 1.00 mad '
sons UT ROB....... JroeA _______ 1.00 sent Intense pain IhooL.n&acroll4l
and R. V.. returned to their home atdcoee Yes we will help you. First thing W Anderson 'do ___ lee my back and into my hips.

ZilT, July 1.-Rev. J. II. Kelly filled Saturday. you must be honest In everything L W.J G Cooper Nettles. do do.__ZII_________ 1.00 To lift anything heavy or even to

his appointment at Rock. church Saturday Duffy Abernathy, jpf Tampa. arrived work hard and gain the confidence of .I E Thomas do __ 1.00 1.00 baud cr straighten quickly caused

,, and Sunday. A large crowd Sunday for a few weeks visit with everyone. R M t A Hal Green Ido ease_.-Ben._Gordon_______-_. 1.00 my back to twluxh. My kidneys

( .Take. was present. relatives here. But I don't want to work hard. I .I E Dvwlin ......, do ____.__ 11.00 tI.15 didn't act a. freely aa they should
Aspirin ia
only a* each puke Thoae present at the home of Mr. Harry Eddy of Mounteocha was a W J Eppersoa feedlnr prisoners _. aDd
_ l f want a hardware store. It.I' the secretion appeared abnor-
_ 'q. tcnulne Bayer Tablot of Aspirin. W ;I Eppe..... rase B P Howard ___
_ _ _ _ Then lou will I be following the directions and Mrs. J. B. Thomas Sunday afternoon visitor here Sunday. There-a hen's! laid. I'm off. lattle Roebuck.. eoort stenormpher __ 48.55 R.flO nu-l. I felt wetik most all the time

_ sad dosmge worked out by physldsirss were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shaw O. W. Dyal and daughter Ruby You've got a hard proposition there W e: Mlddleton ee physician* ..__ ".11 suid had no ambition. Finally I

: daring 21 ,..,.., aDd proved snvfe by million and children, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. attended church at Rock Sunday.Mrs. . Brown. Late take him to Starke and W W w H Dowling Baladen. Board Sam Jail Blllnger22._______ M learned of Dean's Kidney mi and

*._ Take no ohanow with subaiitui.. Howard and daughters of Gainesville Lou Montgomery and children i let Jones nee if he can do anythingwith W W BaHUn w..hln. ., 1.11 ___ t. commenced, to t&ke them. They
If you lee the Bayer Cross on tablet, : Misses Cella Thomas of Cooter of Orange Park, spent the week with him.I C! R Sapp i p ease Joe ?.ld.I -. brought :
quck and \
Jim relief soon
t you can taJco them without feAr fur 1-owerr eonat do __________ IUI
_ CWds headache Pond Amanda Shaw, of LaCrosse, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mc- had him there first thing. He wanted A J Starllnswitness. do ____""' iso t&is trouble entirely disappeareu."
1 _ Baracfxi, Toothaclie, Neuralgia, Lumbstgo, and for, Ellen Howard of Gainesville,. Olive Kinney.Mr. the whole store or the bank- R Ban H Rtarlintr F-iteh. dn do--._._...-_.__ J..JJ . .11, t'K1 .
:PMu. x handy tin boxes: of twelve tablet Padgett, of Graham, Avy Starling; and Mrs. Zterryan Dyal of Vaater Prevatt do __?_ {.jj simply ask for a kidney remedy -get t

J' edt few.nta PniOTlsU: mien sell larger Messrs. John Shaw of LaCrosse, Gid Sampson spent Sunday at the homeof Or****.) launetea cI.w T.... Total ___ Doau's Kidney Pills-the same tfcatMr .,
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Lk nukaffoa! Aapirln is the trade mark: of Mowardyof'Gainesville Milledge Thomas 0. W. Dyal. reeunavks&raiMlewnr by imiUjlat and 184.tlO Burrow bad. Koeter-illlburu Co.-

*' 1 Bayer Manufacture of Monoa-wCic-vcidr- of Cooter Pond Eugene Crosby: George Saxon and family of Pompano ,rfcWn the btood. YouousooaleelkaBmnsta) BILLS PAID BT SCHOOL BOARD ifrs., Buffalo, N. Y.

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1 News of Florida ... .'..-- .
i in Short Paragraphs I 'immense quantities of clothing/, "- .. '
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: E. Bennett, wen known naturalist .'t4':., ; '{I'.-"" / ',: '_
"".- :* .J and collector of wild bird and animal -, ;11" 'I.
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specimens left Palm Beach with . "i,it, .,.., I
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huge manatee or sea cow, for delivery ..' '-. I..t' ..: . .l.
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The British steamship Mambossa,," nlc and while waiting for lunch time, than a ton, and was caught in the . f"';:,'(, '". "J l _.. t\ ?!..".,.:. .i, .e tI

rrivt'd at Fernandina Friday, for a, enjoyed a swim, when the two got i beyond waters of Lake Worth. It is said to i>o :';, ;1.,1, ;!c ( I '. .
full cargo of coal for Italy. f their depth and were drowned be the largest of its kind ever captured \, ". .' -.I t"flL /

before their rescue could be effected. on this coast. Bennett made the I ," ,.$ C 1'd' r"f;\ ar; _r ..../j ." ..J' I
killed catch under commission .. ..., .1 ...... >..' '
Two.negroes were outright,, a special . -.r I. I ,
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Injured and Teobilo The is
third fatally several Gonzalz, a government. sea cow .i" I k
a west Tampa cIgarmaker .
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others hurt when a boiler at the sawmill was drowned off the coal- being shipped in a specially constructed ....aar -..,.... .. L ) \, .1 I.'f, . ,
of J. M. Henry & Son, near Lloyd, STL"1'?'* Tmpawhen he fell In. I tank sent there by the national re .. .. t ".1'..... ;;:: io\-.. lr- / I ig
The mill was wrecked. ological gardens. \ .
exploded. i tai. ? after tangling>' casting, Me-o-my :J..
his head in an effort to cast I _...... ,,.,.J.',, ,, { It-
Jesse Aliens, of Ocala, was killedon for fish. The man was apparently A black, bear weighing 280 pounds .LJ.ib.' ,,"' 'il' '
the. south side of the Ocklawaha pulled under by the weight of the the largest known in this of the e I
river, where he was at work for the leads Vrtnet, which was about his country, was killed by a posse of men how you'll take to 't'v.: ;;CIY( ..., '. '
w'g ion Cypress Company, 'by being!!: head net also interfered with and dogs on the Jackson and Calhoun \ .'C'/.
caught under a falling: tree. any efforts which he might have made county lines 15 miles from Marianna '' '"
to save himself by swimming. The Friday. A farmer had discovered that a pipe-and P. A. !f \ \\l \

Charged: with shooting: and killing later.body was reCOVered twenty minutes his corn was being eaten regularly] by t
James Singleton, his 6-year old brother some large animal and Friday a pos* ( \

William Singleton, aged 7, both of farmers, with dogs, started in 1''I, 'I ( I
negroes- of Jacksonville, was takenin A party of white men In three automobiles search of the intruder. It was necessary Before you're a day older from bite c.rl parch (cut .... '

custody and Is being held in the Hotel shot up the Race Track to get within ten feet of the bear you want to let the idea slip out by our exclusive patented -",""' *." rt t
Duval county JaIL Jacksonville. The place is before he could be killed. During the
by a woman, named Lizzie operated chase one of the pursuing dogs was under your hat that this process: ; ) are a revu'r' : '

Fred Pinkham, 19, was instantly Diaz, Who happened to be the sole bitten by a rattlesnake and killed. A is the to start lation to the man who never" ." ;.+
late Wednesday afternoon when occupant of the leopard is also open @:
killed house at the time of thought to be roaming *',
he came in contact with high tension the shooting. The gunmen did not the woods near Marianna. For the something with a joy'us could get acquainted with t.' ; Cj: .'Uj 1Ywf

electric wires which were on the pole enter the house, contenting them- past week or ten days a queer animal pipet! P. A. has made n :
where he was working. He was burned selves with shooting out all windows has been coming into the center of jimmy pipe-and some ;Y:

severely on his left thigh, but no on the lower floor The Dias woman town, grabbing a dog and leaving before Prince Albert pipe a thins of joy to four"" 'i ';if i \ \ ;
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other marks were found on his body. fled to the upper story of the house it could hardly be seen. A night men where one was smoked 9J''I ""

-..:.. and escaped unhurt. She can assign watchman seeing the animal, said it Because, a pipe packed before! II,; \ //j l..:? J! !, '
Robert E. Arnow died at Williams' no reason for the attock on the house.R. looked like a panther to him. He tooka 't ; .
sanitarium, Gainesville, as the result! shot at it, but was unsuccessful. with Prince Albert satisfies )Ever roll cigarette :: ;,;rl" ,
of bullet wound inflicted by John Tuesday night up a I" G I'' "
a T. Northcutt, president of the a man riding inside the a man as h ewasneversatlswith 11' >
Bowyer, a negro, at Micanopy Saturday United Sugar Corporation, and Capt. fair grounds got his lights on the animal Prince Albert? Man, .ci -., .- '

night. Young Arnow made a Anderson, (engineer of the company, and said it seemed to be large and before-and keeps himsatisfied man but you've got a '
desperate fight for his life, but to no ore in Palatka making preliminary spotted, probably a leopard lie shot And can Prlaca Albert tt '
avail. | preparations for beginning work at the animal, but it jumped a six foot you party coming your way fottt. aHrirpilN nui *; xl,
on .
the sugar refinery which will be !located fence without touching it. prove it! Why-Po A.'s Talk about a cigarette :.,.. :.,::pnanJ 4 k.
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On a charge of criminally assulttng at the intersection "" .4 po. I.
of ha Ilnxfings flavor and fragrance and smoke; MT tell it's a 1o..llIor..III". ".. .. l
his own daughter, a child of 14 mid
years Palatka road. It Is expecu-d\ THE CORN CLUII nnuntf crystal fttafttimtfrfttr ..
Calvin Hogan"was arrested and placed that work on the plant will be commenced coolness I and its freedom peach! ... 11 i Hivtften. unfKI .". ... "
in the Tampa jail. lie was given: a within the next thirty; day, The corn club Is the oldest boys'agricultural ifCor.yr.RM.
preliminary hearing before Magistrate as all plans have been drawn and accepted venture, but still it holds A
Burk, and was held to the grand and machinery is new being! the lead ,as the most popular. The :
jury lIe was then taken to Clearwater I made. boys have made progress in their feet'

for safekeeping. work and have increased not only PRINEE AL"T by It. J. H.yuslJ.

A rattlesnake of no mean proportions their yields, but even more, the qualIty Wln.t.a-S.l.m.1. obnceo Co.
Armed with a score of subpoenasfor which dampened the ardor of of their com. N.C
alleged members of the Ku Klux policemen detailed to dislodge it from In 1920, although a poor corn sea
Klan and a quartet of their victims, the basement of a warehouse in the son in Florida, the club boys producedan the national joy smoke

Deputy Sheriffs Stone and Turner, of Jacksonville wholesale district, remained average of 34.5. bushels of corn to
DeLand, have been in Daytona paving undisturbed' during the night. the acre, against an average of 13.5 -,
the way for an investigation of The manager of the warehouse decided bushels to the acre for the state, according -
barrow at the Florida State Fair in at 1.35the Zuedul-the best in the spent Thursday and Friday Welting
the outrages that have been committed to deny the proposed attempts of to figures compiled by club Jacksonville next fall. I market. Cheaper oil at 20 cents a Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Farrish, of Lake Y
in that section during the past numerous adventurers to remove the leaders of the agricultural extension The State Bankers' Association is quart and gasoline at 25>> cents gallon Butler section .

few months. snake and in the meantime was the division. The percentage using comnercial giving three $100 scholarships to boys How soon can you get the car Mr, and Mrs. Jack Goodge< and sons ;

recipient of many suggestions as to fertilizer was lower than in making exceptional records in club ready? ]Eugene;: spent Sunday ,at Sampson> ,
Jim Sheppard, a white man with a how it should be done. the past. However- the number of
work, R. W. Blalock, state club leader I'll go to it at once. visiting his mother, .Mrs. M. E. Meat
wife and several children, living southof cultivations increased.In .
to grade the work. One of the What's the name of this firm? Goodge. .
Madison, was run over by an cast Moving picture producers, in their Hillsborough! county f'lgbteen'bOYII cholarships will go to a boy in each R. Hurrow's Battery Service Shop O. W. Thomas, A. L. Green. and
bound freight train.. lIe was lying search for hair reported an yield of 62.6
raising stunts, reached average
of the three banking! districts of the We do vulcanizing and carry the best daughter, Miss IVarl, and J. A. Mar-
lengthwise the track and the climax itishcls] to the with three I
on engineer a at Palm Beach, when two acre, boys
I state The scholarships this year have gradus'of/ oil and gaa. Tires of all key attended church at Rock Sunday. t'
did not him in time to stop daring riders making BO or more bushels. One
see boy
roped, "hog" tied and : ,
I been won by Stewart Martin, Rrcvard kind and repair bulU'rios. Have butteries Jell Waters. of Lake Uuder, spent
the train. His body was badly mangled rode into submission Ion Miley, made 101.7 bushels on his
a huge manateeor
county, for South Florida; Ernan Fraser to rent at 25c per day. One Saturday night here visiting Evan
and was taken to Lee station sea tow, on the waters of Lake acre
Alachua county, for Central FlorIda grade of oil at 20c per quart; the Zoe- Hodge.Chester.
where a coroner's inquest was held.. Worth before and Holmes county had the largest club
camera seventy- W to
'- five invited guests of the Kennedy last year, 40 boys reporting. This ; and lluell Uoche, Washington dol oil at $1.35>> gallon; water and air Andrlu,'of New River, was net netin
for West Florida. free.I .
lion W. J. Roebuck, a prominent aquarium, for the last word in thrillers county has the distinction of havingwon / this section Saturday.
citizen of Lake City and known over Harry Mathias and K. W. Key first prize for county corn club These are only a few of the firms want to thank you again. Here'smy Ardoll< Crosby, of llrookvr, spent aloe r

the state, was found dead, shot thru were the "busters" who tamed the exhibit at the state fair for three within the state which donate for the card.. Sunday morning here visiting friends.
furtherance of club work in Florida. Thank my wife; not me. She saw Evan lIodge wa a business visitor th
denizen successive
This is
the heart, at his apartments. Just a of the deep into a submissive years. a record for
short while before this discovery was ;"riding cow." the United States., nut these are the firms which have the sign. to llrooker Saturday.Mrs. f ors i
been most liberal In their donations.A E. A. Fowler of Starke wa*
made, Mr. Roebuck had been mingling C
among friends in the business section !, "Ain't no use to; ;shut; de doah, de FLORIDA BUSINESS HOUSES TIIEKESSAThercssa the week-end guest of Mr and Mr. ill, '' k

best of health and spirits. His friends way," said Robert Burton, negro, as July 1. Mrs. L. L. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Brown were at i!

believe the shooting was accidental. he closed the door of the front room Scholarships and trips free! For I' Say, John, there's a car ahead and Youngblood and( little son, of Larkins visitors to Orooker Saturday morn- j nd ";
three years, including the present came up last week to visit relatives. Ins
of the house where he was visiting they seem to be in trouble.
Federal court officials have decided relatives in West Tampa. The next year, Armour & Company, of Jacksonville Can't help it. Can't stop. Got to Messrs. Noah Hall and Raymond A. T. Thomas was a visitor to .

not to call a special term of the Unit. moment Burton was dead, stricken bya and the State Bankers Asso- keep going if we make Jax tonight.It's Thigpen, of Orange Heights, were Brooker Monday.
ed States district court at Pensacola lightning bolt which splintered the elation have given Florida College' of ,I a woman and she has given the week.visitors here during the first of the

to try Sidney J. Catta, former gover- front of the house. The man's niece, Agriculture scholarships and trips to Masonic sign of distress. N
nor, under indictment for peonage.' who had requested the closing of the the international livestock show in I;, Little you know about Masonic Mrs. John Phillips and son, Charlie, Fortune' ..waHacon .....".... yes i
The case will come up at the October door, escaped unhurt. Next door another Chicago to club boys and girls of ,. signs.: were visitors to Sampson City duringthe Mild HoinctliliiK. like tills 1 !

term. Catts is at liberty under $2.r,00 house was badly shattered but Florida. I I Well, she gave me the Eastern Star week. "Fortune makes u fool whom. she 1ta tt
''bond and is at his plantation in Wal the occupants were unscathed. Beneath Armour & Company this year is offering sign and that shows she is a relativeof Miss Estelle Woodard and sisters, makes her darling" I'lcnim note that ar .r
ton county. this house a flock of chickens two trips to the big fair in a Macon, so we've got to stop and Lucile and Janie, were visitors to tills refers to what we may caU ,yw 1'-
was killed by the lightning flash. Chicago, each trip to cost $150. One help her. Hampton Friday. freak* of fvrtuim," not to wealth or till'. Y
Pud Hawkins, Krause, Wynn and of the trips will be given to the cham- Well, soon as I find where I can turn Chas. Beck and son, Albert, of the eminence won by OIKI'S own cnirgy ortalvntH. r
several other hunters of Sanford killed Governor Hardee has removed from pion corn club boy of the state. The around. Here you are and you find Hampton section, were in our town Much run hardly be classed \0
a big black bear from the Wekawa office J. F. Poore, county commissioner other trip will be given to the boy or out what's the matter. Saturday night. with the "lUrlliiK of fortune." lID pJ +
river bottoms that was one of the biggest of Santa Rosa county. The exec girl showing the grand champion fat Can we help you T Mrs. W. M. Phillips and little son, to

of the season. The bear weighed utive order recites that Mr. Poore has I am In trouble. A crowd of rough W..M. Jr., and Miss Ida Hagan, visited To Cure a Cold In One Day s

400 pounds The party,had quite a been indicted by a grand Jury of that SOUR STOMACH men in a car crowded me out so far relatives and friends at Sampson Tnk LAXATIVE DHOMO QUININE: (T.M._ ) It J a
time killing the bear and are proudof county on eighteen different indict my car struck a stump and ruined a City the weekend.J. .mi,* '" ...... ilia.iIJlJlllllJGllllllIIIIIlIIlI1GJIDfDlII r
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their capture, as he has been prey ments, charging larceny, embezzle tire, and now my engine won't start. P. Clifford and family, of Win- '
ing on the live stock of the farmersin ment and forgery: in connection with My husband will see what can be ter Garden, visited friends here during 1IDIDtDmama J
that section. warrants heretofore issued by the INDIGESTION done. Look the car over, John, and : the weekend.Mrs. ( 0
board of county commissioners, and see if you can help her. Ashley, of Worth, Ga., was COFFINS & CASKETSAnd 1
The B. O. B. stock farm of Pasco that said indictments have been regularly Your tire is smashed and your battery visiting friends here a few day last '\
county lost eight head of cattle last returned against him, upon evidence Uedfor. seems to have gone blimp. Ill week. a Full Lin. of"
week through arsenic poisoning. One submitted to the grand jury, Black-Dr.njht Hithl| have to hitch on and haul you Into Miss! Amy Moore, of Starke, visit 'Undertaker Supplies a .

of the employes poured a quantity of thus Impairing the usefulness of Mr. Recommended by *\Tci .eMc. Starke and find a repair shop. ed at the home of her uncle, D. W.

the dip into a bucket, filled the bucket Poore as a member of the board of Crocer for Troubles Re Here we are. Now for a battery i Moore, recently. AUTOMOBILE QEARSE 1 ti
with water and washed the cows. He county commissioners service shop. Mr. Policeman, wherecan R. M. Hersey and son, Clyde, were Always"" on hand. The beat ar k ,
had the solution] entirely too stronr, salting from Torpid we find a battery service shop? visitors to Hampton Sunday vie at the lowest pricca. Special i,
as the acid in the dip blistered the The town council of Ormond, an exclusive Just around the corner on the east S. R. Swindel' and daughter, Ger. attention to telegraph or- w

km of the animals horribly, killing beach resort near Daytona has Lirer. side of the street. trude, were visitors I to Hampton Fri *n. RcglMtered; Erabalnwr. ,t 11a '
ei ht. organized a military police force com I see. Is this a battery service and day.Mr I "
posed of twenty-four citizens who will repair shop? and Mrs. W. W. Packham and ; DeWTIT ti
The body of T. J. Scahill, deckhandon act with the town authorities' to fore East Nashville, T.nnv Th. effllency Right you are. What can I do for children, spent Sunday at Waldo, the JONES

the dredge Barnard was recovered stall any operations by mob parties. { of Thedford's Black-Draught. the you? guests of relatives STARKE FLA. '
from the waters neat the dredge offHooker's The volunteer police will be armed. genuine herb, liver medicine II This lady had come trouble on the Mrs. Wiley, of Starkr, was laid to \ "ta

Point, Tampa. Scahill was with !20-inch barrel riot guns and are vouched for by Mr. W. N. Pawn road and will have to have a new tire, rest in Hope cemetery Thursday af I a f a\

last Been Friday afternoon on the pipe instructed to fire upon any maskedmen grocer ot this city "It Is without inner tube and a new battery, as she i ternoon. ,
line who may invade that section. can't wait to have the battery repair Mesdames Odom, Carlton and Cannon
and officials state that he apparently doubt the beat liver medicine. and Idoa't j
fell from the line into the wu- The council's action is believed to believe I could get along without ed. What will the bill be 7 J'I of Jacksonville, were visitors at 1886 a
ter, drowning without being able to have been prompted by the recent experience I will make it as low as possible)I Hope Hall Saturday night. Each of
I ft. I take It for sour stomach budache
Lorlllard Reynolds who the best tire I these ladies some interesting remarks
attract' the attention of the men on of for cash. You want !gave:
the barge. was taken to Ormond by masked men bad Ilvwr, Indigestion! and all suppose? The tire, battery, inner tube j In behalf of their work. Quite DAVISINSURANCE
after being severely beaten at Sea other trouble that are the result ot and repairs to the whole will be about a number of folks were present and j

The conferees-on the part of the breeze. S torpid IIvr. $20. Now if the lady needs some1' an interesting meeting held. '

: house and senate at Washington have "I ban known and used It for yara high grade oil I have it In gallon cans Arthur Herrington returned Sun.
agreed the amendment the Entailing a loss of approximately and can and do highly<< recommend II day afternoon to his home in Georgia, .
1} naval appropriation upon bill, offered by $1,500,000, fire of undertcrmincd origin to every one. I won't go to bed without A TONIC 'IOro" after three weeks visit here with his

! Senator early yesterday afternoon completely It U the house. It win. do brother, C. J. Harrington.
Fletcher $800- an II '
to appropriate . Tasteless" chill Took: rootores I "
warehouse Hall visited
Mrs. L. A. daagh-
main '
\ 000 for the completion] of the subma- destroyed' the claims to do. I cant say enough tot Energy and Vitality by Purifying and STARKE
Render Earleton
TIDe occupied by the state road department ter, Mrs. Will at ,
base at Key West, the govern-: If Enriching the Blood. When you feel its '
1 Johnston. The huge: during last week.
at Camp
?{ went having already expended $1600,000 ,- I wooden structure 60x200 feet in dimensions Many other men and women tbroifbMt atre"lItbenlnl&.lnvlgoratlnll& effect.see how A. F. Commander motored to Ral-

:t $RO on this project, the additional for -was located near. the You- the country bav found Black It brings& color to the cheeks and howIt ford Sunday 1

ll the ,OOO was deemed necessary kon station in what was formerly the Draught Just as Kir Parsons dcrlbMrfaJoablrf improve the appetite, you v/iU then We are sorry to report that .Mrs. _
: purpose named. remount' depot of the cantonment. ft ] In regulating the liver UIt appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's W. A. Jones is on the sick list at thiswriting. Habitual Conntlpation cured I

I Jl\ .s Ruth Carmichael 18, and her was Jilted to capacity with expensive ( normal function, and In cleanslilj I, Tasteless chill Tonic is simply la M to :21 Day ( 1
brother of Mr. and automobile spare parts and other material the bowel of Impurities.Thedford' Iron and Quinine suspended In nyrup So Deputy Unladen, of Starkemade a "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially. i n rr'' t'h'
14, children prepared Syrup Ton1c-Luaave '
btrs. James Carmichael, who live rear used by the department in con Black-Draught Ilvr medii I pleasant even children like It. The blood business trip to our town Thursday. Constipation. It relieve for Habitual but 1i t

Dowling park, were drowned in theSUWannee nection with its fleet of three hundredor to* U the original and only crauln 1 needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to should be taken regularly for promptly 14 to 21 day! fit'
river at Charles Springs more motor trucks secured from Attwpt no Imitation or nbaUtat.jAlways Enrich it. Destroy Malarial germs and WATERMILL to Induce regular action: It btlmulatae ;t
yesterday Fron it seems a the federal government{ a couple of ask for Thadford' Gilp germ by its Strengthening.& Invigorating Renulate.. Very Pleasant to Takj. 6kcor ( fi
reports ago for highway construction p t. Effect. 3Oc:. Watermlll, July 1.-W. R. Hedge bottle. "
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are. cure our people will see their Dyal of Jacksonville, were transacting -: =
Bradford County Telegraph shortcomings and wake op. The fact business here Friday. .

that our business men themselves are C. M. Click'of Jacksonville, was in I .

Published weekly and entered as compelled, when their son become old town Saturday.
enough/: to work to send them to more Mr*. Percival Sayward of Rochester Bill ol die pain
{ second class matter at the post enterprising towns for employment, N. Y., arrived Friday: for a stay

1l I office at Starke, Florida. should alone be an incentive for bet- of some length with her parents;Mr. .

=. _0-- tering the conditions. We need people and Mrs. H. B. Hudson-
) E. & MATTHEWS Editor and Owner and money from the outside but Mr. and Mr Owen Mary of Mims, 4oo quickly"AJrTSgkt :
while we walt for them let us start visited relative here Sunday.
something ourselves, and help the industries Mr*. Strader Austin and children,
j., ECCEMCS already here and fighting of Jacksonville arrived Sunday for a ..

bravely for existence.We visit with her' parents, Mr. and Mr*.
; discus FROM THE bee, and see
Highbrow frequently BILL PROBABLY read up.
have a good small dairy near S. J. Starling.The . . .
4 Those who dabble in this
: Starke that we should put some mon many friend of Miss Ethel IN THE kid's WHAT HAPPENS." Bill admit.
which la well understood aa ,
I science ey into to make it expand and we Ricks will regret to learn of her con- . .
{b long at it it confined to animal, but BEES HAVE their mean polnUu
i ; illness.
i should it all
patronize more by quitting \ ANYHOW HE gave me ., .
when applied to human
; ? J very baffling the keeping of cows ourselves. We Mr. Percival Sayward and Mrs. H. . I
'\ beings, are mostly short-haired spectacled : have a shingle mill that should be enlarged B. Hudson left Monday for Jacksonville THE LATEST new on bees. SO THEN. pull.. g

; .) l spinsters and dyspeptic college ; the good business il I already for a stay: of several daya. . THE GOOD, old package.
x professors. When selection in breeding HOW THEY SIlt around.
il I for the desirability
going a guaranty '
could evolve the big;, strong ma.- . .
d of its extension. Our ice factoryif Big Sale now on at Sternberg'g.People WITH THE four-ply wrapper.
cab ..
k I tlt.nd! further careful breeding AVOIDING THE skunk *(
enlarged I. could do a big business
,; made this dog aa intelligent as he IsI GLASSINE paper.
with outside towns. Our lath and who ON.L';
i strong, why should there not, throughproper crave smoking in this AND picking, ,
I marriage*-where the ihort- 'crate mill only needs some capital to life shouldn't object to it in the next. ALMOST LIKE beeswax.
be able to supply a good portion of THE Q'AL.Y' flower *
a haired spinster select the matea-be . SEALS In the flavor.OF .
the truckers of the state with
cups men often become voluble .
evolved a race of supermen, big over B .
and Our broom factory i WHERE THE nectar grow
t crate
( strong, handsome and Intelligent T hamper their first dollar but preserve a . THOSE wonderful tobacco.
I.I a success, but it needs more discreet silence regarding their last . *
ll This Pound plausible in theory, but BRING HOME the bacon.
capital. It ship broom to the same . AND BILL helps himself.
r ;; ( it does not hold good aa we can peeall Western state it buy material .
; Still, there i I. some satisfaction in TURN IT Into bony
around us. It was tried by a potentate from. By: the way why could not the . FREELY AND says "Quite so.NOBODY
i> a in Germany who wished to produce spending one'i last dollar. It afford!
broom be here T Our hotel
corn grown! It up with wax.
1 a race of giant for hit armies, stands empty and U falllag to pieces an opportunity to begin all over again. EVER gets slang

L'' but it wa a failure. If it wa tried need TO PRESERVE It for. "6ATIF;'" *
We a good up-to-date hotel before PN cigarette.1
!Q., to produce a race of dwarf through invite Now that Babe Ruth ha been sentenced . C .
)' we can tourists to a day in jail for speeding A LIGHT snack later on.
experiments i \ capitalists and home Becker to he should demand an increase in sal .

i ure. Unusually\] large or ) our town. The Heilbronn mineral ary. The publicity will swell the gate : 7m offOAit AND BILL says Chesterfield
springs project promise to be hot only . OPEN your padrage-
amall people are only "aporU and receipt -' "e top only. Don't tear off
profitable but the beat advertising sawfsrt.v "'AIN'TNATURE wonderful.
nature will the mistake you th .. It'l there
correct by had. .. . thotgladnewrapper. put
medium for Starke we have ever _
tin of SO Chfftur-
making; the offspring of normal size. The number of abandoned l corkscrews AND I say -Teh.. to keep those wonderful tobarcosalways
and the
It should be supported stock
compact oa* .. . in the
firm and fresh exactly
in rubbish bear mute vsai.A
such aa heap
J "Unusually: intelligent men, lid _
bought I* sure to bring good dividend bfolatly Another
Newton Shakespeare Napoleon testimony to the existence of prohibition BUT JUST burs In. right condition emoking.
Euclid : A.IR.TIGHT
yr j *. The soil of our section seem pecJU"- . reason why Chesterfields alway
which in th. .,. ...
spot Irmttt
Edison are alao "sporta keep
i s to be admirably: suited for the growing TO GRAB some honey. satisfy. < f
1* the reason why they do not occur of tweet potato draw, and the l ad./iaif.y. . .. .,'
t oftener success of this business bal already
d Animals are under man' dominion been proved. Why not convert a por- ---.

'f and it appear that a natural law allows tion of our vacant land in Starke to Lawtey, July 1.-Mn. :M. E. Edwards -

us to change them through Judl the planting of drawsT Some year of Gainesville was called to

clou breeding, till in size and other ago a far-setlng cltUan gave certain LaWtey Friday on account of the serious -

4 way they: suit our purpose' But inducement to farmer to enable illness of her brother, J, E.

t w man bal a higher mission to fill, and them to grow hitherto untried truck Brown. .
k .we are not allowed to make any changes crop In this section. The result turn Lane McLeod fond .I ltet, Hiss Lena o D G' O

; '.n our own race. If we try It, we ed' out Well and was profitable both to of Steckert, were viniUng' relatives in e O ,
rtA i will only have baffling paradoxes for the &grower and the shippers. If we Lawtey the first\,. part of the week. ,

our pain There are many fact to give the farmers a little lift, to enable Mrs. Ada Briggs. of Jacksonville,
how that the human race ha always them to better themselves, in re- visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and

been of the same average alee as noel; turn for their patronage on which we Mr*. J. E. Brown, Sunday. CIGARETTES ,

Y' R a six footer baa always been tail and prosper we will have more and heavier Mrs. W. H. Miner and children were

_ +Y a five footer short. Th. average intelligence buyers. There ,is a brass band visitors to Starke Tuesday. LIGGETT & MYERJ TOBACCO.Co.
( also seems always to have under contemplation. Let us give It a Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son of __
ta i been the same. The Power who hast good start, so that we tan have occasional Jacksonville spent Sunday in Lawteyat 'I
t i us in hand, doe not, apparently, wish free concert for our farmer the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. .. ,

R(t 1 ua to advance beyond certain bounds. friends, run cheap excursion< from Blanchard.Mrs. .

''d, <<, ; ,i During the world war, when every I neighboring town, etc., for the pro R. M. Tracey spent part of at his late home In Lawtey Sunday
f I branch of the white race had to try its motion of trade. These days, with last week with relatives In Macclenny. afternoon at 4:20: o'clock from blood

t b, tmettle to the utmost we found no superiority rash money, automobiles and mail order Geo. F. Young was a visitor to poisoning. Mr. Brown has been a sufferer -1 Fords

+! of one over the others; to home, buyers are independent Hampton Sunday.Dr. from rheumatism and other illnesses on

r } f+ the contrary the nation that had been and the traders will have to exert E. L. Bigg, of Starke, was a.. for a number of years, the ma- ,
it' the most carefully "bred up"-the themselves to be able to hold busi professional visitor here' Sunday. jority of the time having to use either

$ J German*-were Just like all other, Mr. and Mrs. James Goodfellowand crutches or a walking stick. While I

f :' ;' except perhaps' for a superior dlscUpline. ness.We have been too selfish; we have children spent a few days last death was not unexpected, it wa a TRACTOR..

q/ I'' When a man and his wife ap1ft been satisfied with reaping profits week at Jacksonville and Pablo Beac$". Bad blow to hi* relatives and friends.Mr. e ,

T. "., proach physical or mental perfection, without giving: any but legitimate re- P. G. Helgler wa a business visitor Brown moved to Lawtey about
} they either have no children at all, or turns. We have been too short sighted to Starke Tuesday. 19 years ago with his family from f'1

,_ they turn out to be only mcdiocnre. ; we have waited for outside capital Miss Wilma Blanchard spent la.t'' South Carolina, and hall resided here

; On the other hand, small, misshapen to improve our resources, without week with relatives in Steckert.I I since that time. He was 52 year of ,
1 J' ;"' parent will in most case have chil- considering that outside capital comes Louis Brown was called home last L '

I 'r' dren of normal size and look, and only to those who do something! for week from Waycro, Ga., on account age.He leaves devoted wife and .-= /
a a son -
I 1"r, r low intelligence 1n the parent I II no themselves A* Starke I II seventy-four of the serious illness of his father, J. i and daughter Louis and Flora, two \

\(, bar to higher intelligence in their years old and no farther advanced, we E. Brown. !. brothers and three sister Barney
children. Then case of atavism are Rev. and Mrs. E. D. and children
blame outsider
i can certainly not for
Brown of South Carolina Dr. G. W.
ti":; apt to occur when peculiarities' of farremoved looking at us askance if we ask themto spent the weekend!' in Inglis, Brown of Lawtey, Mrs. M. L. Johns
ancestors reappear In their where Rev. filled his
cast their lot with us. Boyer appointment
and Mr*. Garland, of South Carolina,
descendant of and prenatal In-
of business at the Inglis Baptist church on
Many our men own
and Mrs. M. E. Edwards of Gainesville I
d fluencca may at time mave to much property here, and they have it Sunday.Mr. I
besides 1
other relatives and
I do with the sire, shape and minds of in their power to make this property and Mrs. T. J. Terry visited friends, to mourn many his death. j

children. valuable by creating a demand for it, relative in Fort White Saturday and
.; Thus we see that "like beget like" or make It worth no more than cow Sunday. The funeral service was conducted

doe not hold good in human mating. pasture land if they continue in their Sheriff W. J. Epperson was a vU- by Rev. Henry Ezelle, pastor of the j

j The best we can do is to prevent mar present retrogressive policy. We do itor here Sunday. Methodist church South. Monday at $625I
: Rev. Henry Ezelle of 1 a. m. at the home, and the body j.
'U( riages between people afflicted with not ask them to do anything unusual Bryceville I
i }r disease that may be communicated or untried, for in all progressivetowns filled his appointment at the Methodist was interred in Kingsley cemetery on F O.B.D.e.te "Yes'I

t l to their'offspring- to-steer our the business men create new church Sunday morning and even Monday afternoon." I
t4 YI children's lives into proper channel and assist old industries, that they ing.Elder: "Uncle Joe, a* he was familiarly Ivemore
called by his friends will be
1 may continue to prosper and there is H. V. Skipper of Live Oak
BOOTS AND SADDLES! no natural or human law that will filled hill appointment' at the Advent missed by our citizen

prevent diversion of business to other church Thursday. and Friday evening I i Time for

Starke need rejuvenating. places, if not held and extended by Harold Pearce wa a visitor to the MILLER

Are we "going to evaporate like a judicious mean So instead of send county seat Monday.W. afZ1IIL Myself
i. drop of water spilled on a map, Just ing our young men to more hospitable E. Torode) was transacting business Miller July 1. Miss Mabel Brown
like $t. Joseph Enterprise Mellon place to earn their living let us !In Stark Tuesday. who i i. attending school at Gainesville

a ,, yule .and Middleburg did, or are we provide remunerative work for themat Mr*. Owen Man and Mill Reaa spent the week-end with homefolk Since,
_ ; going to put on a new growth? home. Man, of Highland were visiting relatives Seeber Stoke was a business visitor

Starke resembles a tree planted ina in Lawtey Sunday. to Lake Butler Thursday. I GotFordson"

good oil with plenty of sunshine. HIGHLAND George. McCulley of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Waters, of

'L At first it grew welL Later, through visited relatives here Thursday. Brewster are visiting friends and relatives -
i l neglect first one root decayed, then Mr*. Ury Gunter and daughter returned in this community.A a
Highland July 1.-S. J. Boone, of
t< I another the branches became infected Plant to their home in Jacksonvillelast goodly number of the people of
City, was greeting friends here
$ i with blight and many dropped oft Monday. Mr. Boone wa at one tim week after spending several our community enjoyed a dip at

i Then dry rot weakened the trunk and a resident of Highland; and was motoring week here with Mr. and Mr*. G. L. Worthington Friday afternoon.Mr. .
fungus shot its deadly roota into It. Futch. and Mrs. T. H. Water visited The Fordson Tractor
M 'j through to Hasting to visit ia taking much ofthe
All that now holds the tree together his Mrs. U Deputy Sheriff! J. B. Sapp of Starke their daughter, Mrs. Russell Parrish
sister D. Register. drudgery out of farm life it is
; solving the labor'problem
I il two around the wa visitor here of Lake Butler .
: 1 wire wrapped a Sunday.W. Thursday.N.
Mr Crew
*. F. M. i i. convalescing it is
ry trunk. One I.I the county seat wire after illness of E. Torode and family will move H.' Stoke made a businets trip ; reducing the cost of preparing
several week
a severe
I which was very much strained when Mrs. Harrison this week to their cottage at Kingsley to Worthington Monday. by almost one half of what it was with
Mr. and Moseley of ,
.o the county was divided, the other is Key West, arrived Tuesday for avis : lake where they will spend the Mr. Rose of Gainesville, visited hors! ; and it ia saving one third to one halfof
1 the old tradition that Starke I summer month friends In this I I the farmer's time end
? x a good it with his parent, Mr. and Mr*. T. S. community Sunday.Mr. ; making farm life
o ::4 trading point. But this wire Is becoming Moseley. Ed Durban i* spending a few day and Mr*. Olson Thomas visited more attractive.

4' i very: rusty and needs be replaced Mr*. J. O. McCormick and children In Jacksonville at the home of Mr. relative, at Brooker Sunday. I The Fordson will run your threshing machineand

::5 i by a new and stronger one. left Tuesday morning for the'r home and Mrs. J. B. McCulley. Albert Clarke, of Ell is ville, visited at the most opportune time for It
J The W. M. Redding I in Jacksonvillethis friends you.
fungus of luxury and pleasure Sunday.
a will
? ,- at Wildwood, after two weeks visit operate the milking machines
? seems to have blinded our people to with week, where he was called 1 as a Miss Virgie Thomas is visiting her saw your
t the fact that luxury and pleasure cannot relatives.Mrs. and children pettit juror in U. S. court. sister Mrs. J. M. Mott of Lake But wood fill your silo, pump the water and take
Claridy Griffls of care of
I Mr. and Mrs. every kind of belt work-
be kept up unless the wherewithal Bradley Green and
of Mr. and Mr .
Dupont were guest ler.W.
is provided. We neglect to grasp the I J. E. Bohannan last week. Mrs. Grif- children, of Jacksonville, visited relative L. Thomas, of Starke was in I Arid don't forget-it will plow six to eight

opportunities which come our way. I II fie expects to' her parent, Mr. near Lawtey Saturday: and this section last week. acres in a ten hour day handling two plows
'' "Let do it" is the We Sunday. Clifton of I with
George slogan. and Mrs. T. S. MoeelvyX Clay Hill Roberts Worthington, I ease. '
Have had ever so many boards of bet re returning home. Miss Louise Blanchard, of Jacksonville was in this community Sunday after- I Thus the Fordson is the ideal
.J S 4L trade and their members have been spent Sunday with her parents noon. year-round tray
in Mrs. H. C. Wimberly andIII Win. Mr. and Mrs. A.< M. Blanchard. tor. It will pay for its fall and winter keep in
p earnest; they received no backing ifred Wimberly motored to Starke on Mis Olga Ward, of Brooker, wa
from the people' and they quit in Tuesday. Arch Griffls, of Plant City visited the guest of Mia Mabel Brown Sun many ways.

_ a of despair. No: advertising is done to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson, relative in this section last week. day.J.. There's a big story to tell] you about the Ford-

draw buyer and home- eeken to our Misses Irene and Kate Wilkinson and C. R. Sapp was transacting. business S. Brown attended church at Sar- eon-and a true one-come in and get the facts.

bounds, no provision made for housing M.lter'Budd Wilkinson were visitors in Hampton Monde I dis Sunday. Or if you prefer, telephone or drop ua a card
what prospectors and tourists to Starke Tuesday. Miss\ Nellie Roberto was a visitor Albert Miller was a business visitor and we will bring them to

1 may come, no building, very little repairing Messrs. C. S. Thornton and 3. E. to Starke Tuesday.P. to Worthington Friday: afternoon. you
and painting, no rebuilding of L. Dlnkin returned to Ills workin Mis Virgie Thomas, of Alachua,

5 what has been lost through fire and Jacksonville this week, after spending visited Miss Carrie Belle Brown last 1 .a+'re .

decay. If we allow trade to leave us, Mrs: Essie ShortTHE a week at his home here. week. .
,Y 9 and make no efforts! to get new settlers Mrs. E. E. Burney and children left Mr. and Mrs. Sinegal Holder of

i we etand a good chance to revert DIVINE FAITH DOCTOR Monday for Live Oak where they will Miami pent last week with the lat

) to a little hamlet with a court Who can cur the following disease spend this week. ter' parents, Mr. and Mr*. H. C. Fee-
t house in the center and with old fields or complaint without one of any medicine Jeff! Dowllng is in Jacksonville serving pies.

Y and cow all around. This hamlet or herbs Rheumatism Tooth a* a petit juror in the U. S. court. Inman Harrison of Worthington, J. ANDREWS Jr. Dealer
would be peopled by a couple of purse ache Sick Headache Kidney and IJv- The revival meeting which. wa to was in this community Sunday. ,

proud merchants, a few professional er Trouble. Dropsy, Burn. Stop the have commenced on the 26, was postponed Murray Thomas made a business STARKE FLORIDA
and Luck Glauses.. Core ,
men and officials, and sufferers from lilood. give that trouble the human to sometime in August, on account trip to Lake Butler Saturday. _
nervous diseases seeking absolute any pain of the extreme hot weather. -

1 '., quiet. If that time comes our evaporation body. Rev. Black will occupy the pulpit The QokdM Tad. 0. Nat Altocl Ttelfce* Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Duke, passed through here Sunday
ii IS front the map would be com Whose Residence la atSTARKE 'next Sunday. Vrrmutf at'Iuo .lamMhm LXA. Providence visited relatives in this
TILE BKOMO QUUSMEdc: TibMU,.b. tl ..n enroute to" Providence.Tom .
plete. FLA. Death of J. E. Brown br ayaue wfc.bout ..*....... ear. .'....or rtcutinj community Sunday. Moore, of Lulu was in this
But wo will prophecy' no evil. We i The death of J. E. Brown occurred la the boad. &CKOVES; 1II&1a a9UD box. J* Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shallar of community Thursday night.ffLS .



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day for a visit with friends and relatives until I get in." 31,7

at .Madison and Quiney I --- .1

Bits of LocalInformation R. J. Andrews, one of the big plan PRISONER LONG HUNT LED SHERIFF FOR TREASURE ON GENERAL INSURANCE : J

ters' and stockmen of the Lake But

ler section, was transacting businessin I HAROLD C. WALL I tJ rs
*11 11Senator Starke Tuesday. Clearwater' June 28.-Sheriff Lindsay -
has returned here with George < 1//PAGEfREa
.. CURIOUS TREE White, a prisoner from the state prison STARKE, FLORIDA ,

c fMr wrtla0. .... .. farm at Raiford, after an unsuccessful
. ........ eel FIRE LIFE BONDS
>PNt- M ... c.....W l.a.a trip with White to a point on AUTOMOBILE i
On the street just east of J. W. An the Calooaahatchle river in Lee coun- if I J I
drews' Jr., residence stands a large
ty, in quest of a cache of diamond
wateroak that has f
tree an aperture
"- v- ....r which White and Ray Boyd, both local ;
through its trunk. This opening is j
J. B. Crews, of Lake But. graph has expired, renew at once and oval and symmetrical, about four feet )'ounamen, are said to have stolen .. t .

ler, bad business in Starke Monday. save trouble. Send $2 and ;yon will high and one foot wide, easily allow- from' the Tilley jewelry store here ayear ;. feI
-- be safe for a whole ago.
year ing a child to go clean through the
Big Sale now on at Sternberg's. tree. It was formed by decay of the The two youths were convicted of I "

Rnb-My-Tism for rbf'lID' aUs.. wood, but the wall on the sides of the the crime and given eighteen month A Boy With A Fortune :
When a man chews tobacco his wife opening have been almost entirely Recently White communicatedwith

often chews the rag. H. O. Varnes and A. L. Smith and healed over with bark. The tree Superintendent Blitch of the -
state prison farm, that he would show
.M :an. HUlorra Fever. lone daughters, of Johnstown Misses Margaret and Al- shows-a- vigorous growth. the sheriff where the"diamond. had A boy with a fortune U the boy who hat I f
were visitors to
been hidden. The sheriff took the man hundred dollar that 'S
Starke Monday. PICNIC AT REILBRONN SPRINGS one he himself haa sav 1
to the place some two hundred miles
Herre Stearn, ha gone back for a pow from the prison farm, but a diligent ed. His fortune consist not alone of the .
visit to his old home in Rockford, 111. W. J. owns the grocery \ The Telegraph Is requested to announce search failed to reveal
any gems. saved and what with hundred "f
business one door east of Dr. that there will be a basket White will be sent back to prison tomorrow money boy a
William Harvard, of Tampa, visited Wills' office. He sells fresch groceries picnic at Heilbronn Springs on July j dollars would not feel like a millionaire .
friends in Starke during the week-end. Watkins products and 4th. A
keeps a platform will be built for the
sanitary quick lunch counter. benefit of the young people who wishto In the end people who get something' but of a valuable lesson learned. l

Big Sale now on'at Stcrnberg's. dance and good music will be fur for nothing often pay for more than 1

Carlyle Peek, who has been visiting nished. Everyone is invited to attend they get. Not only has he experienced the thrill of
Mrs. L. G. Powell has gone to Till his relatives here and to bring along a well-filled bas I '
Tuesday for possession but he has caught the thrift habit. %
man, S. C., to visit her parents, Mr. Miami ket. ,
where he will visit his sister Milwaukee has
put one over on the
and Mrs. Fripp. Mrs. C. F. Sayles. After his visit in I'' other enterprising cities of the U. S. he has learned to do without useless things l its

Miami he will return to Atlanta GUNN-RANDALL A. It has bandit.
W. B. Ilollis, insurance adjuster, of M-l-w a girl He no longer squanders his money. He has f
Jacksonville business., was in Starke Tuesdayon P. E. Johns MMM has M.MMRV acquired the M full- Starke friends of Mr. C. D. Gunn Uncle Sam favor world disarmament better judgment of values. He is doubtless L

blooded stallion "Roy Prince." It is a will be interested in the following an- I and the rest of the world favor a far better boy. : r
rouncement }
beautiful young animal of mediumsize I the disarmament Uncle Sam.
Walter MacDonald of Jacksonville
Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Alfred Randall :
spent the week-end at the home of been, gentle and intelligent and has Announce the marriageof Has your boy started to save yet? If he f

Mr. and Mrs J. F. Kickllter taught several tricks, their daughter "Justice 1 Is blind," we proudly de
has not there is no better time to teach him tin
Irene Luellato claim. We might also add that it i*

Big Sale now on at Sternberg's. Itub-MyTUm kills infectloa.: often deaf and dumb.A to begin than now.-at this Bank.

Mr Colin Donald Gunnon (
Gossip create multitude of ,
John fjangford, late of Atlanta, that do not exist.a Tuesday, the twenty-first of June consignment of lumber was recently
now of Lake Butler, was in Starke : Nineteen hundred and twewty-one shipped from a western stateto

Monday renewing: acquaintances. Haines City, Florida. Chicago, valued at $300. The BANK OF STARKE {'I.
Willie Bell colored
was arrested by said have been' .;
1 - I Mr Gunn was agricultural agent of freight charges are to
I Chief Kite Saturday for carrying: concealed Bradford few andis (500, Think! 1
Rev. David Lander left Monday to county a yean ago .
weapons, and the mayor sen- STARKE. FLORIDA xa.
spend his vacation in Kentucky and tenced him to pay the usual contribu- pleasantly remembered by a large t;
the mountain of North Carolina. tion to the town exchequer. number of friends' whose best wisheshe Some men achieve by '
and his bride will have. Mr and ,"spilling the beans"-others by gathering Under State Supervision !
Mrs. Emma Alvarez, of Jackson- Mrs Gunn will be at home to their them in. ( J
ville, fa here visiting: at the home of Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.Watlrmelons friends after July 1st at Gainesville,

her son-in-law, J. W. Andrews, Jr. have been more abun- where they will reside. An inquisitive cuss want u* to tell E. S. Matthew, Pre G. C. White,Cashier :. i; ,

I him what constitutes a real states \ j jr
dant this season than ever before, and
Big Sale now on at ISternberg'ikSome I man. But we can't. They ain't real
the dry weather has made the flavor r;
ny more. .1\.1n. \
excellent. The have found a
growers Starke is officially represented at
people have a,habit of never -

seeing their next door neighbors. Theyare at market good in prices.Starke for their melons and the big bridge celebration in Jacksonville Some people modestly disclaim any ............ _._......_._._......._...._._._.../ _._._ ._._...._._..... ....._ m.. "'-, t,
by Captain DeWitt C. Jones, .
blind. claims to greatness, but they become
chairman of the city council and acting

666 Cure Dengue Fever. 5-13-201. Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.Mr. mayor, and by Miss Jeannette : them.mightily -peeved if you agree with liow r

Matthews, who as "Miss Starke," will ,
and Mrs. Frank E. Chase left be of the maids of honor to Miss I
I Mrs. Ben Johns and children of one y
where The poorest man living is rich If he
Monday for Jacksonville they MICHELINhas .
I Katherine Wilson, sponsor for the !
Cortez, are visiting relatives in owns a clear conscience. +
will make their future home. Mr. and t
Starke. bridge. In the big civic parade on F
Mrs. Blowers have bought the Chase Thursday night Starke
was represented
place and moved here from Pomona. The cheer of giving i II often determined }
The Baptist Sunday school enjoyed by Captain Jones' car, handsomely by the cost of the gift. overcome ihe commonest .
their annual at lake decorated and flying: the name of ,
picnic Kingsley of"tlra trouble i iI'
Rub-My-Tism kills pain. causes
the town in glittering letters, and occupied i
yesterday. We agree with the Bible that It Is
by Mrs. D. C. Jones, Misses
John Baisden, of the U. S. navy, Jeannette Matthews, Emma Powell better to give: than to receive-especially .
Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.Mrs. stationed at League Island, near Philadelphia and Florence Matthews and Mrs. if it is a punch on the jaw.CENTAWORD. 1

I is home on a visit to his par- Bruce Norman the latter former
a -TC
S. T. Dell and ,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Raisden. Starke girl: now residing in Jackson' J
Gainesville have been visiting Mrs.
friends glad to meet
John's are
lake. many ville. Captain Jones and party left a
J. E. Wilson at Kingsley
him again. for Jacksonville early Thursday by % 1 i Y

the Carl week-end Alderman with, of his Palatka parents, ,spent Mr. Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.A automobile might: be spent in order in completing that the prep day ;;: f jf

arations for the of the S
participation Ii ;'I
and Mrs. G. W. Alderman.
officer has invented a
government Starke car in the mammoth parade.
gas that is more deadly than any- sloe,
Aflie Scott, a colored woman, claim thing else known, and a new shell THE LIZZIE FOREVERA If brake are violently applied, tire are called (cI!'M w

ing to be 105 years old, died in the that will pierce any armor is among FOR SALE-A bargain in>a Ford car upon to check within a few yard the entire th

vicinity of Starke Sunday. the federal secrets. But neither of Packard drove up to a wayside Good condition. Quigley OverlandCo. momentum of the car t 'born; l o'

them have. made the least dent in con garacre. "How far is it to Tampa?" ., Starke. 71tf. .
,Now that the price of eggs is down gress. the driver asked. Michelin stand up better than other tire un. ,y flU .
FOR KENT Two furnished cottages ,
if in for of them to I.
possible more go "
down. 145 miles, the attendant replied. at Kingsley lake. Mrs. E. E. Ca- der such punishment. The unique toughness ;

Rob-My-Tism earea sores.J. "Fill my tank, my radiator, put in nova, Starke. 712t. of the black Michelin tread give thee tire at i
half a gallon of oil and give me two f
66B cures Chills and Fever. O. Turner now has a neat new cord tires' and tubes," he ordered. FOR HIRE:-I am prepared to do uuequalled wearing resistance. The extra f .

delivery wagon, drawn by a fine home, Later, a Ford drove up. hauling, disking, mowing and plowIng traction-surface of the Michelin tread minimize.
Dr. W. E. Middleton has returned for distributing the products of his "How far to Tampa?" asked the with double team.' J. G. Boyd, the td 4
from Atkinson, Ga., where he was bakery Mr. Turner has not been ableto driver. Starke U. wear by distributing wear over a greater

called on account of the illness of his expand his business as much as he "145 miles." c area. And the extra thickness of the Michelin t''

brother. wishes on account of outside compe- "Fill my radiator, give me a 25c bot- FOK SALE-One Poland-China sow, -tread make both these form of protection

tition, for which there seems to be no tle of oil, and hold this non-of-a-gun) thoroughbred: and four pigs.: Price effective. .1tCI '
Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.Earl just grounds, as his products are as .$li6. Mrs. S. E. Jones, Sampson, doubly i
cheap and of as good quality as those Big Sale now on at Steinberg's.BRYAN'S Fla. 7-1-41 The harder the service the more importantthat M
Middleton has come from Sav- brought here from other towns, ;
with LOST-Near Ford Garage, Starke, you have Michelin '
annah, Ga., to spend his vacation
his parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- Big i Sale NOW on at Sternberg's. PRICES one pair 6 inch wire pliers. Rewardfor '

dleton. It*. return by Oliver Jones,a Starke. SMITH'S GARAGE / I.

Mrs. W. E. Davis, who has been

Mrs. W. E. Middleton and children quite ill for the past few days, wentto Larro Dairy Feed-__. FOR SALE-Cheap' for rash: One STARKE, FLORIDA

left today for a motor trip down the Jacksonville Monday afternoon to Best Corn, per sack ..----------$3.26........- 1.90 standard make player piano and 40 ,
East Coast. They will visit Mrs. Mid- Riverside hospital. She was accom- Best Oats, per' sack ..__....-_.. -2.20 rolls; bench and scarf free; one four i a
dleton's sister, Mrs. W. M. Jones, in panied by her husband, W. E. Davis, Arab Sweet Feed, per sack .... 2.60 piece mahogany living room suite; -----

Pineda, and then go to Miami. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mrs. Davis' Milo Sweet Feed, per sack .... 2.50 one wood range: and several other ::: __ i iLumber
friends are glad to know that she is No. 1 Timothy Hay, per 100 Ibs. 1.75 household articles. Mrs. S. W. --- - =------ -

668 Cores a Cold quickly. now improving. Hudnuts Grits, per sack ...... 2.50 Home, Starke. 7-1-lt
Juliette Water Ground M al ... 2.50 I

Dr. H. M. Clarvoe spent Sundayand 663 cores BilIoaaaC. -. Sugar, per 100 Ibs. ............ 7.50 FOR SALE- Young!: single comb Prices Reach Low LevelYou l
Monday at the home of Mr. and Best White Meat, per lb. ...... .16 Rhode Island Red hens, heavy layers .
Lard, 60 lb. tub ........... 6.40
Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Dr. Clarvoe left A. Futch had the misfortune', per good color, 92 per head or $5
W Ih. Self Rising Flnur ____. 5.00
Monday afternoon for Washington, D. Saturday, of badly injuring his hand.It __ per trio. Mrs. T. I* Walnwright, direct from mills and O'to
24 Ib sock _- _._.__. 1.40 Lawtey, Fla. 6-24-4t can now buy our savei$ 1
while he was turning Ballard
happened 24 lb. sack Ballard 4: ,
C.Big broem handles at,the Quigley BroomCo. Self Rising Biscuit-Best on $1 15 per thousand on your complete house bills.

Sale now on at Sternberg's.A. shops, when a stick broke and the market .. .,._............... 1.60 WANTED-We; want a lady or gen ?
splintered end was hurled against: the Good Mr. and hand penetrating it between the 6 lb. can Crisco .............. 1.20 Watkins Product in Stark and us a ,, re t '
E. Wall and family, forefinger. The wound is 8 Ib. can Crisco _____,_..._...._ .OSI' other vacant town A big.opportunity and let prices delivered and '
Brownlee and
Mrs L. A. Davis and J. M. thumb incapacitated Mr. Futch % lb. can Crisco ...._......... .81! for any hustler Write today quired us quote save you i *
and family were among the Kingsley painful and Best Head Ricer per sacka a5.00 for free sample and free particular from 150.00 to $500.00 building.
lake colony the past week. from work for several days.L. Brown b _....-...._.-. .08 of our' wonderful offer. J. R.Watkins on your {i

No. 8 Cook Stove ._________.___18.50
Commercial stationery of all kinds L. King is again: in Starke. Dur. We Mil Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate 6-17-Bt Co.* 65 Memphis, Tenn. ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE :i "-.

printed at this office. Good work, ing his absence he has been a student and Sweet' Potato Special Fertilizer t atZ? ty
good paper and prices as low as cost at a theological: college In New Orleans at lowest prices. We MU everything I

of prdouction will admit of. and has done some missionarywork cheap atBRYAN'S Plies Cured !Ir 6 to 14 Day THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY'3 ':
in the wilds of Louisiana. lie *rahmdnw.w:: If PASO OINTMENT f.llrocureltuhlnhBllQd ;

666 cure Malarial Fever. will rename his former position with relieve* Irehtntf 91.odlnaorPrmredhPII.eorMnr't'rr Pita.. *, and yuv .
the Quigley: Broom Co. for the sum l t I

Mrs. Johns has had repairing mer, and then taelP his studies i' ,
done Anna and M.extensions built to her again at tho college Mr. King's: I will apply at NOTICE the n..t mmtlnir of the Dressed Framing, $28; Flooring, $28; Ceiling, $18; t '
friends are glad over his Board of Pardon, for pardon' having '
Starke a
South <
residence, corner Walnut many To Stop a Cough Quick frailty to th..tuna. vf ..u..r In tb..aondd.ur. Siding, $18; Lath, $5 .
streets. w. return. take .* at the spring t.rm of the Clrvalt Courtof i''
HAYES' : HONEYS a Bradford County Florid.. 117 .
and Mrs. Nathan Moore, of cough medicine which stops tile oouAh by T-l-lt. NOAH TAYLOR. FREIGHT PREPAID A
Tele- Mr.
If your subscription to the healing the Inflamed and irritated tA --.
Hartsville N. C., are in Starke, guests i s s
Agin, Mrs. Moore's mother box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE NOTICE!:.Of> GUARDIAN du .ALI!: apply .____ _ _ ._ .__.. __ f .
of Mrs. Thlrlr dare ffan ,
HalTs Catarrh Medicine SALVE for Chest Cold, Bead Colds andO fh.r.of.i '
In and "
had the misfortune, a to the Hon. R. A Omn -
who are In a "run down" condo Mrs. -oap U enclosed> with every botrJe of for County of Bradfij-d. Rut of KlortiU. for ,
teen will notice that Catarrh both.nthem short time ago, to sustain a stroke of HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve an ord..r to Mil at ..rt.+ at..ala !* or pabll aao-
.. much, more than wh.n they are In paralysis, and came home to receive should be rubbed on the cheat and throatof lion the following ......rt_ land.*.. the propr -. I Funny, perhaps, but every time wo A diplomat never calls another< '
man ;
jrood hftaltb. This fact prove that while| y of Ell.". Fauh Ethel. '"It, KlnurTrutah .
It la araaUyinfluenced nursing. children auflering from a Colder Croup . loaf of bread we have to "coughup Har II I ,
Catarrh !. a local dlmtaao. proper and Ebl Futch. mtnoraiTh I buy a a only prove it. .
br constitutional condition b..uq.1I'od of Hay**' HaaUat HOM*InId Wt two arc of th* Northmat Qu.r- 'u
HALC'B CATARRH MEDICINE !" a Mitchell left TUBS- *the. throat_bIDed wh tIN hollo fbi*of trr of th. Northwwt Quarts. of Nrtha the dough. 1 I w Ile
Tonic ana Blood Purifier and act through Mrs. James M. (HOT*. O-Fa-Tnu. Bafcr. tar, 5A Uw pm of Quarter of ffcntlon. ft Towuhlp S, 11....
tb. blood upon the rnuroua .urfacii of UM ckta MOD*top*coach.. 12 l;*.t, containing- two acne, for the parpOMof boast of the fact that you :'I"
U>.> body, thus rdurln the Inflammation Colds: Cause drtp laftaeaxa Both t.mndles.r.pca4 la on*canon....tile distribution.Dated: Some henpecked husband are not are without an enemy In the world. t .y
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tall mitortnanormal conditions. eoM of lh.a4 a7oa.Jot thin Wh\ air of Jun* A.
All JrnRlt' circular: tree LAXATIVE DROMO OUWlNETabtot'- nanoa tile.ou. ask your druggist fo?HAYES' H. FUTCH.. henpecked at all. It resembles the I It require' either brains or Imbecility J
F. J. Chancy Co. Toledo Ohio. -. ..; There I I. only, no)ew'o ILL SUc- Qutata.- HEALING: HONEY.' 7ltt7I'4/ '' Guardian of abov Nanwd Minor*.. work of a hawk. to ,Inspire wrath."Y wwyy ;a
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.. tIM FIRST MONDAY IN JULY 11111 It b.la1 ..) (, of tart .
murb. them r of 1. or WW of NEW lrtnr
P Corot HolUe Door at Star.... I. Brdfmd CD aa'lr. bmta 01 llorlda or -togwtbr "tit tlM a 5WBib 15N 85441 I II ND Idyl. Am.rloaa Crpoatlm .7111 aortb aad wet of Cornelia I
will 1M ntraarr to par tIM smmmt 4r for taua Sat ...._1" the earns ptreet aeoorcilui to plat of 4

oat .f aucb calc. and ad.erttaire.. W. HAVES Jobe.tows I" A L 80aItIt ...- 741 Bampaoa City cold_ 4 '1.1 101 B H Smith $.....
E. Tx4CoUter.Taxe )1W44 .uept I A .. 1W Cora at NB CorofNW of
I. N&f.; . 11 4 .0 II P. Deo....... 11..1NW" NW. 8WW A. ::'W-J 186

L A Owaar a. Aeta or 14 It .0 .lob. I' Cedta '.17 ft. 1'111. ft. B 11 It. N 210

DeocttP"T.. NE4N : .r 8Wi'; __._......g7 4 It 40 Uokrwn _ 717 ft to pt of .... --.____ 4 71 1 1 Jm Devx. . ..q
8. .f !Rzr 4 It 1.0 u..J ,..._ CorporsWal ;
AU 814 of NWW of BWU A SWlyla % Lou A B Bid of Lot 1 A LoU
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Waat ARBid of Lot Ia, Lota A
!tl' .1 b W4 ,,,,* Boutk .A.........15 4 U ? M... Ida AJ -'-- !LUa .I' W% .. 844 or irBWof: ____--I'f f II WI Iclaal* Corpoe.W..07A/ 4Bidof5IaLo4AB .
\ I f | It Mn. Ida Ant E4 or NEI<. NI\4:\ Bid of Lot 4 of Blk II to8UatIHOBl o
N 01 NW .f NW", J M. .. J-owell '.H A "I _II f II 100 IlealrIea... Corporatfr ,..$ B L Fan-fl / .
a or SE ......_.. -.. .. S 6 44 .... E34 "faw", Cltlr1 I T 11 ..N
611 4. w. a wiiii'- -- 1. 44 fl.tln 14-1-U Lou ABCFALotiofitk.
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< P 1'18 of NI: &N of .Wl6 : || 1X0 r-1oI11H. Nottla* _ . ll: : lot :. o[ Bi: I.dd 44Nf A 10 I. Bampaon City _, ,_-_ 4 1 tl W B Jcaaa . ... 111
:: :s : U Nettle* to Lake BaUer J A March' LU SD| SPof Lott a810A1,
NWa\. .._ .1115 .
I NUUi Lot 4. of IIlk f F J/ 554
______.__Ia 5 u Lot of Blk 14 to -
;' II 81\4 E.",:l\ .f.r'E'NMy4" _(...-pt 4 10 .dol to La''". Bat.. .. -_ F II c.- &.14 t..1'-r City _ __. _.?.. 4 Ill JO RrMl.r ...._.,. 1LH 1.ay(1 .f lot U. -. -11 .. Lou A B C B'D' of Lot ofBlk
or IIW" I: I
sop 1 4 a. all IW74 / 'It idol" ____II f It IS I. P. wuu- ._..+! B71 I40: Blk olfrl. sow5ak. 01 -S: I hi Samoaoa 4 r n B B ...... L4I
't I c.-vt a. WIoI, of N&I ... BaUer __ __ The ,........ Tart CIa, Block'* A BCa1I4balllilt j
; ,I I NE. Tl of.% NENWy. 74 and N 15 1y .:ai All Lot ., of Bib I' I .. A. a. A..I..._ 5434L I (except Lot 5)) A LoU
I NW," a. N b.llwy "as.p: 11U ft 1' 10 11 14 16 16 14 of Bib.
i .w of BEIk: of ol'" JlW"-11 I It lIS W. H. Nottla ....._..-._ IIAI orlglrl town of Lobo. 8otle TM A..srlwa TiM C.. 0, A, all Blk 7 except Lota 10 .
of BWW .
; 108-4 acre of ?454431 4 It 11 W. H. NottUa .. Lou 1 .. I of Ilk 11 b .. L. Admmru.n . __ 1.91 11 11 II) sad Lola I t 14

i Ei.: .M of parr 1I/1t/ 4 of__SEW.________-.ii f I' II L. W. Will.. .. ... N.w.oma .... M Lake B.... of BlkIal..ullIoIlk0.
I 01 NW.r.w. 10 1'1\40 ..1LotIN.7QlbaP A LoU Lot '
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of BWufl\ f 4 of Blk It A LoU 1 4k. 4 of C ,
NWTI 11.71Wll
"WI e 01 BII.I': I 1. U' W. H. H.w.a add to Lake Batler b N> % .. Blkua5t 14ulale I' .
I of 'W Nt,4 or BVMI' I, W. "- . I.... Lot 8 ____ --1 S 4 II: B P..peU .... A BID A B of Lot 11 of Rib ; '.
'1 Nt" 44 _.. f IS 0. I. I. N_ $34 Lot 11 I. T. 5: ..DeI e'. .44mto 14. A 50..1I1SIILa12.
.Bit 1..r _' II' 1. N I. I. Natal _. .._ .- 4513 Lab Butler, I. toIWI d Lot kSDABotnof' Lot It t

:arw<, ; NE44"' ..._ _._- __!, f 1' 40 I. W. Ewa" $ $34.. I ________--1 ., S I' Joe IIIU Wuu... .... of Blk II. 4k aU Ilk II (oxeept. F .
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-----1. I 11 .0 II. .1ft' On. A In JoII: Cur NW\4\ BIDABC&DofLm/ AF. .. '
!4' 191'''' of NI\04.:\ SE".I' S iia 1 M Blaekwldrp 15 N of Dubll. road ..:..-'! S II I II.. 8 L BoaoIaI 4.11N34 of Lot . .,

It 01 : a. 8-114_____or_ I' 0 C WilUarnB I.... of toIE a N3 of NW( ...,1. I 11..11. IcIaaI.-.._ 'he '1.6. 01 Lot 1 A 1)IIDCaD Lot I |of Blk 11. i': d
.f BIi\: \ .* oN4l'Y ..-. NWII4/ of 11I1/1" __ I b .0 .... Amr9r. C.rpraU0s 717$4y A LoU I I of Elk A .
1\40 ..'
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NW,". or N& 0' NW" 34 NW4t$4 0 M laO LoU I .f Bib I* LoU v
a a l' A err or "- o 11- . l.ot 7 M 111 Mn 1Ia_ o6f1a _ ....1 r t
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(/4 { 1 "" \ I 1. 80 A.Itaw.- .........+ II." Lo..orB.... 54 81 88 4k St in Sampaon City I 4 1 It BB .1OIa + ++_. .1884
''ii 2''ii NW'1/ 4 S I' .0 R II Jaakla. ..... .+ ---.-. .... Ki..r* .. 0 II _. D W a. I W P..Ia_ 1.41Piss. LoU Da 11. 18. Ita A. Lou A
$ 11W' ANN oo*. N f BL4l 6 1 II 110 8 M Jonkia ..........-- ....1 .i1 B Caii BID of Lot 11 *
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of'Hi Oar .f Bib 1 I. N.w Rivr __. S 51 ._ Vnknow.. LdLote..oIJIIk..N 60 ft o. B aid of Lot II. of
Iy .; Corn n. ft wet 7. II: IIIt 2 .' Blk It H Smith BJOS
daB40ft I '4 1 in Sampaoa City 4 T tl r..S
I _N51A: of ft.NE'4 north 60 ft, asst ,M.u ... -d S 10 Unknown 1.01Loula Lot 1'o Blk: 14 : = 4 T 11 = B H SiciUl 7.17
00 1.41
___..___ I II Wllllaau. *. Browa . of61k'I.10.w15Rivr Lot IaSIBA Bacof144loaIIDCaD075tlt
; 4't I 1 f Can ft too5p of oaf NE74: or NIl .. _. .._54 S I' Unkrws 1.01 ,

.; .t Cor....t Sr IIn4 10 .. of lilt' 11 In Sampeon City .... 4 'II ..- B B Smith ._.. ._.._ 1.77
t yt .1 .a' run o. of .1,54A S.i'1LJrI Lot II of Blk 10 is N.. JtI.....1, S II Uokrwa . LGI 8'O AaBofBib1awDA B .
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11' ft., DofLotIaSIPAB|
tb.ocs, east 10 fLr.aoutb ft to lOt Lot or Blk II la New S II Uakrwa UII of Lot1aLots 10.11.a. W .
10 ft. LII .
v. I 1"' William. A Drown ..
,1 ___ 6 t5 H of Lot A BLot. C
: of of boon 8WV4 In ProvIMm.or $W4 _.__...1 1 I' 10 wmumPr/c.- 1.1. Lot I of Bib U I. N.. 4 II Unkrwa _ 1.01II D EarsinofIot19a
1\40 .. ... Lou A B all In Bib
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"boat II sort I.Mill 8Wy.Bbs" __r I II II W...ka A PHU . .. ...- I." Lot n or Ilk 11 I. N... alver-2. S II VnkDonr. . .I, 17 of B m'C .._..._ 4 t 11 B B Smith ....
old Roundlra ___ 4''' : It .0 0 W William* u._...- -.. 11.19u4 Luta B a 0 or BII& 1. la N... II Lot 8 of Blk HAW aero In cor
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6\-17oserr y of SW44.10 4 11 If C D Doakln. ............. $07PE Rlvr _--Jl. S 1. Uokaowa 1.01 4th Louie .tract IB Samp-
.1 NW"
___._ .___11 l' 40 0boy. Jour . -- Lou I a 7 of Silt.1a Now a. eon City .._ 4 T ttT B H Smith. __ lit
4 of NEt .____.___ _1. 1 1' 40 8 boy" Jonoa . 4.14 River ____________---1. S II Unknown 1.0. All o/BIk4Sof8A Ry
'{ IIW oft0E/y4.S4 1E4 a. E ofN Lou 1. a 3. or Ilk 17 Ia N... II "' In E end off Bampnon t7L..._. 4 11 B B Smith .. __ 1.71
j bE: Klv.r _ ____--S. . I' V."O..... 1.0' All of Bib 11NofSA1.RyIn
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% or BE'A ( .1>\.__ _%_-1 1 S II .7 Bertha Trie . '..11WR Lou 11.. a.11 ..f Ilk II la 1. I E end of lampoon. Cltr 4 t n Richard......... ........_. ....
.Ii : j Wsono1 NEy4 of NEy, .. NW. ,,T i It'.r' ________.--2.. S II Vo"...... 1.41 8D' A B O of Lot If of Bib
Lot 1 5 a. e or BI" 18a N.. 15Rivr 6&NDABCDEFof55

t &or' 1416_ : _._a N%_ot-.W\4____\_01_n fS .0 R W William. *' _......._.$ 5 ___-._......, 11 S II __ Uokrwa. . 1.41 1oFBIk19&BIDABCB
80 Tom Gordon E F" Lot 8 of
of Bib
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I I i F'itof NE'4 NW .____ 11 S 1. 10 hunk. William . Lot 11 or Ilk $0 la New Rlvr41 S .0 Unkrws 1.09Intl BID AJO of Lot S &BIDAB. |
I' I BKVi of 11. I' 40 Tom Gordon 6.64 1 1 a. I or Fru IIlk II I. II of Lot 4 of Blk It la Samp
'1 r NEW: of NW NE'_ _.(_._._____11 I II 40 Ellen Hunt .-.....-_----- 11.H New Rlvar _______--2. 1 IS V."...... _ ioU non City _._?._ 4 T 11 Wiley RoMraoa. -B L tamll 107
1 .,' I j E; or W ? 4o .. ...I7 $0 labor Jonoa lU; Lou 7 a 11 of Ilk. Ii I. New 2. Bin A of, Lot 8 of Blk 17 A.
54 of N/ "r.lot 1 .: : f I0: 40 A :J Wllkoraon Klv.r . .-. ......__ ---11 1 .O Unknown _ 1.011 BID A B of Lot 1 of Blk SO .laSampann

IoW4 ____6/ I' .0 '.1' tu..J: City ...___...__ 4 7 tli B H Smith . 4.41
i 1'I i 0W4. or 0' 1W14 SE44 ________._____ / a II 10 A A Douglas. '.n Lot 1 of But .II la N... S 11 5Uakaowu '. LGI BID A BOO EPof Lot. l.f .
i' I II Blk 6 In llam.Clt, ___._ 4 a.T .
ofNEW B L FrrU 1."
o' NEW/ A SEW:
I I, II y of NEW. rUnt'} of ).. 7 1 II II A A Dou14r. .. IISi All Ilk .1 In N.w RI..r _.__-..24 I II Unkrwn .... Com at center ef O S A. F Rytrack ,
Ry way
l I o eopt of NE NIE" fllI-1I II 80 0.1 0 Gam 11.1111
: of % a % .r S orpoalU M P 244 from .
,t N\40 of NEW (.Iw Rr right 1t 71 B O Laaaltor .. lI.n SE4y' ..r .. N SW%_ II _ Macon. 41 from Falatka. A maE .
_ItPEW I $1008s
_.__._ 000 HiW srrwb
;I ',. way) NK54..____. _---1. 11' 40 D A powoU . ....----. '.10 All. ... l NWIl. o f4N <. __.I5o 7 10 on said Rr track 127 ... .
of 80 C j 0 Moaka. 11."$ lf: : of "
NE7 -......-/4 I' ta o( 8112fttoptof ber thraea
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\ of NW _...14 11$ 10 F: M rorayth 10 1W4 .IHEI 8 627 ft. W 184 ft/N I1S ft ,
1 'oN!4 orol BEW 4 f.0 <. _ ____ 4 7 .0 210 M. Mary B TDM 41.57E4k i to B A L right of way.'tbcnaa' .
x .W 14 of BEIZ"of .. -4f S It 11 R 0 ParrUh ..-..- -- .." of BS'4 ._........ ....._ 4 7 9S 10 iii B Aodra lU11I N 11 dmcM E on said right
i I 0 8of\4..f IC..f_ ..4k.. 6 1 110 .0 R 0 rrrlh .+.+....... LY6r tau 1 a. a-_______ 7 7 99 110 L W Cr.LV '751685y .or way 887 ft, than* 461 ft to
NP:1J: NE44 __ _____11 II 40 L 0 Joho.os LU of a\40 of Lou 7 . 7 7 15 I0. T W W..... 4.138'A I pt of bar -.-_.-.__.*.___-_. 4 11 U. B BT Smith '.1'
P '+ i NWfy o8'V5_ _____ ________ If 10 N. I'arrlah _ _ '..nI' or lot 4 ____ 7 7 Ie 10 L T Bbw. I.Ua Lot 1 of Blk. 11 A Lot 1 of Bib
. JIIE\4 or IIW>> BWW of BEW_It II b0Mrs Molll P....... ...Uoj of Lot 11 (.._ 1 lot $0ft 11 A Lot 1 Of Blk 18, ....... .
: or 8W .
PIu4 ...
.... I i .sota. wmtby$15tNa -.____ 8 11 I."
_ :NW4 or toI and( t ..t In acrea NB ,,V" 8 1n SW Car ____ 7 7 90 40 B B Brows 1.... SF's ofqNW14of SEW: -______ f 'I 11 It UnkBarria 1.11

r r (In:Or SW of Corp NEW/ of NWW aero_______IINEW 11. 4. II... Molll. r rrlh 1571. N3y" of NE44 .. 8Wy o4f ',- S 7 10 U. Mn Eau. lID- $31D NEW of SEW (except 10 err.
OuI / of BW44 ( 5 In ) 8 Ml of BW of
f.. ': of SEW A. NW of 6544 11 80 R R Thoma ......._. .. 10.\1'I 11'f: ) = ill If 0 II ..tI1a. 5.11 BEW EOfc't'4., ---- I 'I 11 40 R H Smith 1.77

'. w offcN1FW""A""Ew"of::: "NWW .._I' I 10 lg V O Duke 11.17 Lot 10 of IIlk I In Ward S 7 20 J 8 1'omytb ..72I NEW!: o' NWV of SEW 5_- _-I 1 II Unknown . 1.11
: .
i. ofor BWW of >I W ,._88 : I: W T Chavooa 1.1: 7 Lou '' f Ilk S in l SWW A WM, of 6EW ___ 11 040 Unknown . ".?f
i AIN% of NfU N of rlv.r._- ._81 I It 10 Thomas A. Lamb .......... n. City----- =- S 7 to L W Crosby ..nFract NEV4 of NKW!: __: ____ 0 W.1 40 R R Smith ?.11
LoU 8 4. l i"tn Enaoy'a. aurverof II .. DI" II In Ward Ity w... S 1 IS Jam. Ii 0laovur ..111I SWVj of NE:'4 "I 46 Unknown . '.If
q _N_
n' of T' I Lout 4 I,4' 7 and 6 b0k 10 NWW of NWW I 'It 40 Unknown . '.If
E I Hlk Worthington 1 In WS. of MWW Bprinn.-.-___tt S II Uakrown. 4." In ward city _:.-_-_-!__-._--_ I 7 10 $_ r. arvover __ 1.... NEW - ___________._______ 7 II 160 E!: E Hlnc" 11.11I
I WonhfnirMa Bprlna, J.- W. Pattoa 8arrr Lo a. I Bib 11 lWard KM, of 8EM A. SWW of SEW 9 1 11 lID C L Peek.. 1051
\ ; E..b.a"',," psrb of Isr5 18, It sad I" ,.It 1' '-1 C'IZI t tr' !_ _-. S 7 10 5 I Ward 1.41.. BFW of BWW A NWW/ of SEW.: 4 'I. 80 Unknown. . 1'."
mbraolnii hotel Lot I of Bib n In W.rd CI p1. 5 7 It K A Andras 5 NEW of NEW!: (dm I soar. InSW

% All and trinirular Brond.,lou aocordlfiB to platt ............. -_ Thom A Lamb . ....1 lot I of IIlk1! 10 Ward City S 7 10 E: .I Ward .711 Corl - .________________10 7 11 17 3 Q Wynn ,..,
A C Conner 1& i'e.oott 1.1 NW of NEW A. of NW
.. H: Lot 7 of IIlk II I. Ward City 7 I' C % NEW .
I S: hat of Hlk: i-niik; 10--::::' .. == Thomas 4k Lomb Com at NE Cor or J. A. Ab W A. NW of 8EW of NW.1:

: N 8V% of of Lot Lute S of Blk 10Ixit ___._....... ... .- W H Oouo-laa. 1.11 bott'. _Id.... lot and rue E: ..rw1 1 f WH of of 8W54 :

r '' lof Blk _____________. Thomaa 4k Lamb 1.11 75 It 8 11.0 It W 16 ft SWW A 8CW: _It 'II 300 R R Smlttl ._, IS 88
;, A of nik 11 ..___. .._..._- .- Thomas a. Lamb. -- '.14 N0 tttopl ofbog. IsSEy4 NEW of NEW -----------____11 7 11 40 R H Smith 7.11
It dl \ t 6 11 A 18 of Blk II- .- Thoma 4kThomaa Lamb . 1.11 of SW\4 ______.__ S 7 1d Ma. MsrgalNowls _ 1.1 NN6 E1V5 A N y.'of BWW of -
Lou 10 11
A \I of Bib 14 ______ -- A Lalllb . 1.11 Elir 0' 8W44 ....Pt. r1.a la ... of NWW> A. NW

I J Lot l..ta 1 6 of RIM 16 ______.-......._.... .- UnknownThomas - I.U 1'191' Cor __ 11 7 90 71 Jam m R Oroov.r 1'.8' of SEW:: of NWW -------_.11IN 7 tl lit C L Pack ....._..._... lUll
1 Iota B A II of Blk 16 .__.._- --v A. Lamb . 1.8, 8 10 sort of SE'4 o!BWS4o15 7 I' 10 UakDOwD 1.1. NWW of NWW A. NW of SWNW
1't t Lot 8 of Plk It W OH Douclaaa U 844' of Lot 1 (.....Pt RI right or \4 or NWI4 __.11 'tl 60HO R H Smith ....
LoU 1 16 A 6 of Blk- 18 :=:::....... ... == A Conner way and I.. 1 *lot 1I0alOO It oa A 8F'4of E5"of"8E"w"___.18NU ,1\\ R B Smith 0468
6 of Blk 86 ___... A G Conner IIIt N ald. nf n.1) ____I. 1 10 II Mn J B 8irw. '..1 > of NEW!: _.__....,..1*. siti 10 W O Taylor .._.....,,. ..111
- Mr E M Fottlt ...+..... I." Lot II .... _. ... --.11 80 C N 15.80 N7P1 4 0' BW'4 __11 '
I lots 7 a 8 of Blk 1/5 ..____.. ----- 40 R H Smith 7.>7
1 LoU 8 1of .'....... -. R M Chamberlain Lll I Iota 4 a e :___ ___:::=l1 I :: IOU Unknown : : 16.06bW44 : W Vs of NWW A"F w"of'SW"'4.ltof T tiT 110 Unknown . 1061
; ::: l..r'I.-.d---of 1 8601 SWW of NEW: SBof :
;' Lot 4 and atrip .0 "Of..8 .0'Nu !
night of way of % a. NE4s : NWW of NEW BW
: I loOt 27 4 to__Ky ___.. Y. -- A 0 Connar .. 5.15r of 81C"2.. 7 II 11' Uuknows 17..a of NWW of NEW --.--._14 tl 40 Unknown '.1'
r I' I LoukB\ A. 10 of Blk 84IxiU ._...._ -- W H DuboU $44'w or NW% a. Ell son of By of SEW of NEv TA EW ofNWW"

\ i' 6 6 7 g of Elk' 87__----- F D Mulling ettlr -- u;I NEB/ of' 0' NW\( __---21 1 II VD"...... _ LIIE11 E .____--_._1. 'II 100 Mn A A Haring 17116
'j. LoU : : 10 of Blk 61 ...._... = == Mr E M '' 8ES of 8544:" __..J. 1 / 50 2. B C Grao..r 4.81soya A. NW' o716w"w'\ of 8W'417 7 tl 180 : . ____ 8061
{ Lou t 4k. 9 of Nib. 88 .__....... .... B H Drew 5.11 or 1I/W"/ ..f 8,1.P A awor SEV4 Of HEW A NEW of SEW: -17 7 81 80 BUnknown 18,H*
Lot 8 of Blk 88 __.__ ... Mr E: M P.Ult I." aw ____-18 TI. Ie l C Groove 1.1. WW of BWW\ of SEW _._________10 7 81 10 1 H Snrrtncy ...... ., I."

: 1of Lot t and : Lot 1 ofBlk M Tb- a. Lamb ...IIFnstbnsl Com at NW Cop or 8. II and .. _. _.... '.." ..'.. ..' ., N A of NWW NEW Of A BEW: of. NE
i A :
tt -------- rnn iii .11I Ids, I IYO ydo. II O' -' ,___ .r. r
LoU or Block D V .do.. b W fir of IlIIIe land. o. BWW _._--11 'II 100 Charlie 11'-8' B Smith ._, tuts
___ -Thomas A Lamb '.tI 'hence B .80 .. FVi of SEW: . __.11 'al 80 R H Smith ISC'
.. .. W -
\ 0 A H __________ yds. 41 rdo .
. SEW of NWW ____
t i0 Unknown . 'If .a ---- 7 SI 40 O L Pack.
liEor\ NWW ____1. 7 1' 8410 ,.do. W .11 96 to aw t IJ15.:8.5 / ______ 7.17
__ ___ 7 1' 40 Mr C B Bavllla 'If 1I/W 4 or NWW A SW% of BSEWTo'SWW
NEW of NEW .____ --- 1. CororUtIM..MID, : :1..... .
Y + WTOTof\ NEW A EWT" or NW14 A6ww "hna to "t or (ex.ept tb I '. ...w4.._ W a of .l1 'II II R H Smith II."
d : of NWW, -_- -__n 7 1' .01 American Trait Co. Admin rollowh'1 Be., NW Cor 01 + '. c ..IO .
1 I k(. latratom -_-_ 14.6. s.o II' and a. 1416: yds.. S r N14!: or S1\4! " --__..-11 T tl 110 R B Smith 17."

> ., of NEW ______I* ..7 11 /0 American Trat Co. Admin.tratom . .. 110 .... 1 Bcra'ln N4.1.4byW.M.. .
)l BE% .
f I : Lot 8 A. BW of LotAa. SEW* ofSEW _. __._ 'If: to o..r of :'."At': .:. H 14W Jon. A wits . __--,,24 7 11 1 0 R Prrrr ___ 1A.

\ ,' : __.__ -.......,_11 4 14 110 Ideal American Corporation .110 Cor or s.o 16. rua l .80 BWW of BEW - _____-2. 7 II 10 N P Cautbaa. 7.17
- - -
, FW: of NE!:>4 .____- __10 4 I. .0 0 A Jobnaon .-.-.... -_- 11" 8 110 ,.. for a lOt .or gob 1 t t. 4 or Iced 8 R 'I I N1P" NB74 .... 4 10 10 Ideal A_. Corporatioa .8.14 And from th.nes I ISO ..... toll.!. *. WW of NW"% of 554: --11 7 840 R H Smith .8767

'OforW 44 of NW"ifie. liMO .... W a80 7ds. N IBO SW"1 NB0 i 7 7 11 110 Jan,. RayBold 17.11
soh ot4E44. of WWof TrW" (... ._ 7 It I" I D Doty lilt $711a NWIi of N%of NW 4 .c_ In SB Cor _.__--11 4.0 .0 0 A Johnoa . 'U 8'>yyM f ONS" o N :f'U: % a. BW W of8WW NW\6 -1. '1'1 Ito B H Smith I'."

j Wc < bW4k A. BBW: of SWW SW of SE\ ____... 4i-15 .7 .01 8 D D ukr lilt $4.5 ICY" of 8744 of BW% aK. .
::" ________.1 4 II 2.0 Ideal Amarlran Corporatioa .. 14.8Idoal Noy! 0' NE' of 8E9: __--17 4 1& $0 Mn Mart Tboratoa alt or aW\4\ - ......_t..l1 751 100 Jam** lUraald I 1711
NEW:\ A. U44 of NWW A. BWMWVL ___II 4 II liD American Corporatioa 68.6. NW% of NE'"4 _--5.U 4.1 45 Mm. Wq 1Lmr/.. _ ?.If81ia -'t or E.% of BE74 ti 7 tl 60 R H Smith . .....
; 1' of NWW\ A SWW of S of 8EW. 0' SWs .1 IS Mn III.ala ..... . 1.17 NW44 of JE% . __.___.___U 7 11 40 K H Smith ..,._.._..+_ .....
w... _....f4 14 II JIeaI American Corporatioa 10.4t Com .t NW Car o! E4f.------.1: of SEW A SEW: of 8W%-I1I 7 tl 80II .1._ Reynold 1188
:, W"of"- NW" a. N4.d8W\% y. .runS141 yd.. then.R7d NEW of NWW . _---__lt 7 n 40 C_. M MoKlnaay 7.17
{ 8W15 of-.W,"" .. or n II 4.4 20. Idaal American. Corporatioa 1111 yd. to pt of b.t, then S NW& of NEW <.WaPt rro4

p All. .,,_t aW\4\ 01 Sl4: ----1 4" .00 Ideal Corporation 18 61. 5 70 N 70 pd.. NVP44ecof 136N'M.) ___81 7 tlSI Jeer ......1_ ..,.
Lot I ______---1 4 II 4 Ideal American Cvrpoeatioa 'If ; = :t' _-.. !..If 1 11 1 ...... _ .... NW, <...SI 7 ISO B H Smith ?. tO.61
,i N:4 or NE'% .. W of NEI : E'io of NEil of NW"% ________.1. 9 1& I' 11.1.1.... Mann _ 15.11W4 LoU 1 A I or fraoQ NE"'" A
I a. WWI of BII:% W% Dl (, or W4. of SW' of IfE"11 5 11 It T B llaatllar 11.1. l I or fraetl NEW!: of NW
S . _____11 4 15 $01 Ideal American CorporatioaIdaal II.01 Com .t Nil: Cor 01 Nil:..4 of 8W' ,I W A. SEW of NWW 1 dam 8Lot.
Y'' f :NE\ aWl et Ni. NW ya W. and rut, SlehnandSftb sort I. nW Cor) __._____31 'f tl 140 J_ J\erDolclo . 131.
or-NW% l44. .J 191'4 o l by right of NW0Nof NW%" A. B% of NW
$ ....14 1 10 aoo American Corpontlo .7.1. along right of ='14 ebn : t of BWW . ... II 7 tl too Reynolds _ $111
11 NIEywt r (i.W .1NS% ft to a pt or b,5. tbent N EH A. ww. of sw% ___itso 4 M 400 W I' Clrda $4.11
/ I ......_tl 4 II .111 Ideal American. CorporaUoa 71.l0 l drtrsr BI'! r" W IIU f" Ayy.- _.___ 4 SI 840 RLRlack&G .....

'.fN5w/.1Es\w: 1 S 10 e. Unknown L.l variation U ....... a, tlrne.S All - ___--X1 4 18 640 R L BIa k a. 00 .._........ .....
% _. ____ I 1 10 10 .... Nellie M Monall -- 210 It 'to said Ry rl.tot or All - ------_________- 4 ttM 640 R L Blank!. a. CoO 1111..1
.f 4 WI of .IC"01 ... ;T": 'y r MII then E on right All ( BEW of BBW: II 4 600 R L Black I 00 118
E: '.NvWNEW-A. : ViI ,0.09 :::rpt of bs-1 arr.. :rNWor All _-.._ ..___.__u._..14 1 II 640 B L IUack a. 00 75.10
4 v 8: I :. :, S\t'4\ I I' 'S' Ideal American Oorporatna : tolE" or NEW!: A. W% of 1344a
>to 891'- _ ________._.___1s s II 1 W L .loluoa . ails
( )f
ANK1 -- NW% ___._1'
I\1\ t II 200 ...
c Nt4 a. .r SW"i of R L II. . 00 '1.1'
Eh SW. (. .pt I .._ td6E
II JIeaI !..nano COrpsr tb. 7511 liE'" 0' __..
f 4
K 1 8644: t UO.b : Cur __. 71 "a N..... BB'J4 8 a 40 N.. Ra..1a . 5.13
_, 11
.iH --.25 4 11.1.
t BElJ\ of : __ ._
Into 1 1 N7y n!. ___. S' I It 100 )dal Corpora --- ____U 8 tt 40 It C c.._ '.8'
II\ of _. 54
: ;, NWt4 ..10 I 11 Vnkrw. .....
Ideal Am.rloso Corpontbn $5.71 All (neapt 8RW: of BEI4)
I It 110 15
JI or toIE'4 a NW\4\ 01 564: I N 14 or NW\6( of .4oeon' 4 IItt lOll R L Black .. 00 ,....
I 0 w or NE44' a E4: of NWy 1 I It III 1'1' Ita... . .: u." .t NI!: Cor or 14E44 NE'4.01 N All l (.rapt 8544 or. 8B-:' )) x..37. 4 till 8 L Bl.ek a. Co 71.$1
atlJillly' Noy a W 4 0' IW i 8EW.t.
of .W 74 % \(,
I\ia: of NEI4.. a SoN"-"
.., W.% a run W IS1 .do 5 1441d
EWI 0'aw.... .. NW", 0 ... of : a W% of 1544: a.
t ._ I I' Ito 1..1. A..rIoa .Oorporatloa 41.57 y4.. E 182 p4.. N 141f % 1I4\ . 11 I
4 G SEW:\ ____ leG R L BIac.. a 00 ".IJ
$5445of-8EVIof 8E... _M._It 1 10 I' Pmnk 0 M.K... . .::11BW" 8 r'a I" to of"t of bog --------S Nil:\\4. ...... 111 If 0 ieom C "pp 5.6. N1:14!: 0' 8W54 . -. _._II 4 Ittt 40 A..a orr-t .

4 i of 1I/W'/ y4 of S4 ____10 1 $0 III Au4rn 1Iaa.1. IU.BEll. .t NW44of: or Nt:" ofNWI4. .. . _ If.f
.10 I" 1. 8taillt Upham : LII An - --- _____ 4
of IIW of BW'4 / -- II 140 R L Blrk.. a. Co 1015
I : rim a N 145 '.8 pa.. W S E of
1.451y \
4 W% or NE44 of NWW of 9Wy430 I It S G..nt R.rto. of 8514! a

( : or SE of sww of NWW;_10 1 Ie 4 LB.I.. _ L"In 181 :to rda.bog 8 14'. __a._ .do. iii II'rdo f1 $10 l' A T Bepp 545 ell WWI of 131(415: or tin _10 4 n too R L Rlark a. 00 17.11
of NWW of NEW_10 1 It I t. I" 1.40I NE\4\ - --__It 4 n 180 R
or L
Iap Jllack a 00 1101
ar NE' of NE14 ____-II I 111 U WI bu . a.q of
... a
U 10 Frank. M.ara.o Nlia 1344 81:14: ____
I N. of toI or 1I/W/ "I' f -- NW V4 of : ____ 45 C ---- 4 160 R L Blank a. 00 70,50
of NW\ WW" Ntfjt, __--H S .1 0 Cowart II.Jl All ,.......t NE: of NW\\4 a
of NE
$E4: .. 1191'4or NIS'4' (......Pt 1 aen
NW\6 of NE
r/VwW _1'
J r of NEB of NWId orSWW 0' SW fNWW.No1 for ohuroh) . ._---.u. I II II Am.vIraa Tr.o 01.Adminhemb.s _. n.. N Nty% a. 8W'4.. 44 of 8Eu: _II 4 4 ta n 660 160\ R R L L 111rb Bleak. a.'e.00 1".11I loUt
'' tf1Va4y. 5.BtOy\ 1\40 orBWI4.. or NE of BE __u. It 1.1 10 T .J Moo. . 13,139W NE of NW'4 BW% __ .11 4 ttn 86 R L Blaek a. 00 2L55
P ,.4 "( .of NS'y4" of NWoO \.f of 891' _._.- __._I' S 11 4. II I: Gram t.11 Lot 84 In Woodlawa- .._ 1 I 40It R L Block a. Co 115
1W44.. a TIW44 .t NW444o PW of 1 at Unknown _ I all
.1 4 W II N_ 511 NWW of U
; 51414&N34of8W44ofSW8W(4" 8W sat ; '.-Sw-i4-8B' NWW _11 121 40 W L Ov.r.trrt t.P.
i f ... 0' IIW"VsVW* 14 or NW"% a N.% 01 8W" SEW, of of SFW SWW.of:\ of SWW --___!1 1 it It Gee..J AraoI4, 1.59
SW\6 of aw$ : .. if a 8Ei. of 8W% .-. ...10 S 11 175 Robsrb a A...... ....1 E5 .r NW A NEW of 811:
It) N44' or NWor BE'!", a. ){I: NW74 0; : _..............11 4 .1 II Lac Brwa Lit 8W74 of* NE\4 WH w W54.[ '
1 of BEW\ NY* of 8EW" ofB N574: of NWN ____ ----1 S .1 40 ft .I kallr . ..IfN" SW0' 8F. %
% _
EW A. SWW of BBW\ of SEK-10 s s. I" 1..1 America. Corporat'. ...,. of NWSk ,Msarpt 5: ahn.2) S .i II 0- R 2.11, . 11.11 N.% of : of 111:14-: of ii1Si._1. lit M. Unknown . ,. II.'.

.1\10:\ of NWW _..,._........>! 540 Cll.oud: U.y_ - 7.11 E('. 0: :%. -r$E74 :wNW't.-" 1 It If a D KeI1r.r: 1.11 S-.54 513 0' awof Nw ,
1'1"of"- NWW __ ...11 1 I' II' Ii C Bobrta 11'.1 Lou 1 Sr.. t,& N\40 .... of-.w% of
NWW of SW\4\ ..__ I A. aupt E 10 sear). ..a.t; 1a IIW\4 444I1Is(' U\6 of
1" : SoN Cur ___ . -II 6 II II n..ld P CofFIn _.- ,.If. 8y or Lot ___.__--1. 41* III R R 8mlOla . It.IINlia W .. .K :\y of !: sw
BEW of
BWW of NEWof SWW ._ ___....Ii I It 10 II.. 13.11( II Morv;U - .... a lob 1 a. 1 or foal 811-11': 0 .1 .11 R H Imlth 7111 8WU 4k W"* of SEW! .7.2! !:
: of NET4 \40 of Lou 6 .. 4 or fractl BW"% --SI S It 110 R H Smltlt 1711 A. Sit of a/few of lEV _%
JWW : _
Not NII:... .. 101 net, NE' / : lam I I a. I or frail 8"40 .___11 S I. UO R H 8mltlt SLIT Lou ll 8 It 11 A. It laVof _I' I a fUnknown . __ "."

1" Ii NII'4 of m.% 6W Lob I a. 4 ..r' fractS ao1 __ __ -
:f of 8Wy4Nw14\ SE'" ___ 11 115 5U Arl..a. CotIoe 10.O. fiE :" ----.-----'S t II .01 R H with III..' N.%. of Let 11- In Woodlawn_5,511 f n 611It Unknown . ____ 11.40
14W4; or.'NW\oo 0'NEI6 a. NWT I 8t4 0 SWi4.a. SWI6 of 8544.' 19 'S It Ito 0 B W...... ".n Lot 81 la Woodlawa . .....14 f II S Cll-e Ctemon. . l.Rt
J 1)) (4 of NWW A SEW d 8W\4\ SE'4 of 29 S It 40. R H Smltlt t.If Lot 88 In. Woodlawn f 21 Rermaa Shaw . __ .....
1+1' except B A'1n NE Cor 10 III Uakrwn _ 111' W% of N R1It. II e $1 II D B W.rns 11.15 LoU 10 A. tt In Woodlawn-_1{ I II It Unknown. _ _______' ,. ....
BEW of NEW or 8W .. 11: I I' 1. F G Carpont.r 5.1. I Lot I o. !:: of8E:% (.....'" LoU tl 14 It 64 160 la Wood._1' I.. 10 8 0 rotter . . ....

SWWNWW of NW _..5...+ t 10 10 Ro..blts Cola Ml: 2% acre l0 SB Cor) -_._-.11 S 11 75 B II 8ml" .4.1. ..
7 111'1.or. of SW of NW ._11 I It It 1:1\... MobrS 5.1. Lot. 118a4a14W74asw B>.1.Lot; 16 A-. all-Lot:----80.---.If I II 6Mrs Laura A BlaaaO ...T'W.

E144 of NWW/ of NEW __-1' 111 10 A II Wblu . ..11 % ar 8W44 ______11 1 11 .ao It B Smith 75.55 .44, Lot 11 In Woodlawn
1.. Of N'\4: ..' BEW 'Dr BW'"4I5 11 S Cbrr C B"r"hart -- 1.11 Lou i a. 1 00 fraotl N5% -4/ S It 100 FIa. Load lawbsi t 00. 19,81 -IIlota 4 I. tttl Amerloaa Trout Co.

W. 01 NW44 a. N'% of SW.. _11 110 110 1..1 Am.rI..a. Corporatioa 1..81 N 2. .._ 0' Lot 1 __ -56 41* 21 B..rd. B IiIeGaftr _ 1.11 II" 17 la WoMiawa .. Admlnbtrator .- **
I 4 .e 10 Ideal Am.'.... CDI'INI"II.." Lot N .1 rm). a. El4 of 8574: or N"" a. -- .11 I tt Arthur OreoB . .._ 8.81:
Noy if Lot 10.xrpt 1 AI-l w-l 5311. 1 II 1141 C L .... a.$ of NE\o\ of 8W\6 14574 .
Cur A 11% of iii'%' of Lou" 8 A. 8_.. I II 04 R R Taylor .-- 1497 Lot 1 or N% of ii,4"A, a Lab Coro si "NW Cop of-----11 aw'4 or I tl 5 D B BrowBhiB. . ,...0

N% of Lot 11 ___"__________--1. S It .0 TAdminiarawn eo.. .. a a. 4 or NW" a. .11 tbat NE'4 Ron 5: 58 I" rdo.
01 Lot S .....* I A la .. $ portion or tau 4 7 a. 4 orfra.U S 60 ads W II I" rdy N0
t'J1 toI _____-_ __..___11 S .0 14 8.m..1 W Brws --- 6.11' ..% DOrtb of Rr right Ma to hea. . .. .
,, ., N Yl'of Lot t ___..._-_ I fn .0 1 II M. LUi of w.v _ __________________11 511 In C L P- ....1 1 I! A In NE Cor-of NE1of-!-:- -8W..2t----_PP I tt 10 Ualmo- __ .,.H

of NE44 __.._. .._-ao' I. 4. Iclaal Amsrku CorpoesUos 4.12Nw44 842"- of loot I. .114 &11 Lota I 1 I NKW!: SWW xeept J A I la N I 11 I r M Bradlo . ....
Nato :
-11 Aad.nos 9.778y 4 1&. 4 or frutl-S- w l' It III 0 L Pmb. 54.547lacti E .
srEflwo"1 NW Y5. == : :: :: .tJ.. 411 iJpW _ 1 7 11 III 0 L 1'.b 81." ''Town' of Lawtcy-.....;i.-Tp_.. _. ttB. n15** U J B Malm ... 14.18
;' Bt7'L' of III:14 ____________.__.1. I It 11 Mn Charlot_ CwHa 7.14W Faeu W44; i. 8Eu _____ f 7 95.4 II R IImltb 00,10 I Lot. 1 46 A. 6 of Blk 1 wet orr.olIi"11.r B. j .-
zzr ( on.bI100hNa8b,100ftE Lou 1 1 1 .. 1 __ .. 1 7 11 III a B Smith 55.40 _

W In N ECor of A. . All E :WOf : 1.Ri ay 1 ;: li.I' sort of Mr Sarah Z Loadboha 11.4*
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let, lit eat of railroad R... J....._ het le Starke . ._____tl 1 P B Bale __ 11N I On. Mt 10. ft square .in IIW Cow ..
I.,, 4t eart of railroad __ _ _ _ WIU LN _ 4. Can .1. ft E of NE Cor 01 of IIW"% ,1 IIW'4' .... 1 II __ E W .. ... S." ,
IAIt 44 ...t of railroad .. 1I..1e. _ d II Bwsdwst a Hoyt .to on N aid.of . FI".. .._ 10 f'E Cow oT$514--of ,

Lot 47 eat of railroad _ _ _ _ A11a LN I .. Hoyt at a .... N 101 It, II: IIIE.1 :1= : n :" A E Dr4y.o -- --- 10 \
Lot C9 cant of railroad --.- C.... Rawklna _ &55 6114 n. 8 101 It" to Hoyt ... i i.T"Td: ; .:: = M Ellenon : 11.00 :,'
IA* | Otta .ub dlv la Fret La... Foster _ I'll W $2% It to b. III Starks u_ I II C H Yarb 14. Lou 141&5of BikCaRut4. ,
.---.---- .. Chu Lou It .0 .1 s, tI II 55 a II '. add _ __________..... S II ElM' Cnsnn; _.____ 4.4$ .. Atot '
111rSW44 ... Parka' _ of t of IIlk .. L. T. a P''.
of .W" ,1 BEy%( B--: --- -- LII Blk 5 Ia R. N. DowilaV.add )J. Cp' .CE TaR
of Klnpulif. toad. ?.?_U t II 1 C P to 1I..k. I. HEI4 01 BE ".l1 1 II C B III"'". '........ .... sub dlv .______________...8t II __ Jail. ocI..lno _____ 1.11 __ EitLo.
1"\4" \ of 8EK: of NE44: PI 1. II.. I.' Part" 0' a S A lot sour. at N. . ,...!._t .. 17 S 0' Slit C] I. Rising'. -
5 It S BaPII .dd _ ___________-1. ,
Iw'4 of NWU of IIW" 1. tee I enw or land 1.1 owned br I' P DR'' 191 ,.;
?-P0 e II "B Ah.. ,
fiE" of NWK of 8W,Y w I' .. Ltt TW 8weatan.EtEBna: : 0... lot bounded 8 by n..n .1. 117
PE" of NEK: of 8 .II 0 I' 1. A Paul _ -" "' alt: .1 8... U. thane. P oS 5e. : W by IW 81 a N by Jsrk ( f ?tt,
II. It 1:11.: wutissr _ ; N -I 1 II 19' III Ilollingswortb _____ 1.1 '
SEtf of NWjf of =: -___-!{ 1 II 10 C C I"roott _ III 12110 ..... tIMIn.. 19' to fill Com ft B of NB Cow
W f A of WH of Mot U. III Cow of land '0..1, owned b, of 15714 1
of NII: .Id Bw..4. then.' N to 1.5I4 .- Bto.dwq n. A run 8'1
\4 --------- P/ II I A T Paul beg ,:
A of NM of NW K of NW I I" : of 8E14 _ __ .50' 181 I C W faring. A Ot 117 5 toe ft N toe ft. W 10'
I N T L 0..1'7. -- ft8 l0/ bed III P n B.I. ...
3wM of 8WK of SWK a N 14 451: S 2% A of 'ho follawlmg. dserib.ed .nO"B .nD-L.-T.-I. - LLot. /. 'A"P J. ,,

of SWK of BWK, of BWK -__tl I II 11 The Amvriun Tro.1 Co. pi.e.: of Lod. In wltI B.. r A Co' .ub "I" ._____-1. II J... "bMoll ___ L5. ;
Con at 8W Cor of 8WK of 8B atapt510ft8of,7WOor
Lottof LT .
Admlnbttaton IIlk Il Iiu aCo']
Ma run Eon I..Un.110 I.IT 0' NWI4 0' liE" a run II 7 A .. ; d'" .ub dlv l .______ ___ .. I II Jl.unton4 :.r"'oo .._ U. .
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ft to a Pt of beg, tbenee N 8P.l00a.... II I II-Ioe e........ . yd ,< B1k.571/AaInLT.AG'; '

060 ft. B 111 ft, B leo ft, N 7 I9-ioo eh.... W 1 11.0' sub dir ._-------- --.-_- ---50 1 h ..... A 0 J.nkina r ,.......... 1..1
W 111 ft to beg -----a. I II 4 Ja. W WlllUm.Jam elms to betr 10 NW" 01 .11:14.: .... I p I U.-" _ Lilt E4ofMIkInLTACo'ssubdi

IIIwt4 E I' 1-1 A ,1 'E" .I NJI--al S II 1Aedsa Lessard LWI _ ._______._____.1 II :_ Clifford Jobsaon ,...
of of NW" of I4-1. 1 1 Roberta 19' II 1-1 A .I flEI4 ., NE1!: n Lou1&I.fB1klInLT.A
'" "I BW\ of 8EEf6EItt NWI .... 10 A sold :J. W. Also.I II 17 AIn.L.rtd Lp Co'. sub dl" ._...______?_._... 1 II R II J.nkl. . .... -. IIAI
E" of SE"tT I ttn IIto The Ame,4an Tot. Con st Joo'l!: Cow of SWi4", of N Lola 4 e 0 A 11 ,1 Blk DR,..
Acbnlniatra..... _t Cgs, E" A. nn W 1-1 ell.... II 157y In.'. add ..__.__....__.____-2l 1 n Nn. Tara Lwa ton _ 101 ,
rI' a U I. Wadlawn _II I 1" L Johns _ _ ..., e h n s. II: 1 1.1 ...... N 1514 v On. lot 51ftSA Wby105 ,
1"1'': of NEI4 of N1:14!: ....Ae 1 II 10 W C Lea 4.11 eh... to b.g ---------_--.I1 1 II 1 CanIe YeFn..llan . 1.11S ft N A "" : b' J. P $
... of N!:" .,BEW14 _ It 1 II 10 R.. 8 F Wo&Z& A at NIl Cow of NE4 ,1 Rbodwn..BN ,,'d.1; Alvsy.s'.
p1 of SE14 ofwt : ._'w t I H to SI.... L.p_ .. Iii NWI4 a run l' 145 yb. II! II land A II its Iloyt et __.._____-1. I II __ 0 U'. .Marks. _._- '.1' .
? of Ell EMFKU of W" __ t it ItO E. Cane, AIe ,.... 11: "I 7d.. N 10 yds to I..t.5P40/1$101/16&11 rto
': of NE!: < ------.----_. .. 1 .0 The Ameri.a . "p .... _ ____.._____._ __11 S tl I Heal)' ......... ...1. Iowll.'s add __.___.__- -N II C 11 M.... _. 1,11W
|.. undivided. Intcrort la N" of" ttn A4minbtnton Teat eo.. 814 01 NW" ." NW" also. !.. tr of Lou 1 A'''I..M Iota. f fIA4ofBlk
flWJ,4, _---.,__ 1 I 0 J Rr.en.teln 0. _ S N1T ., II llno .0 It 19' of Ply A I l7a Wt4of
I4' .f Nw of NBti, -----_ / 10so Bwallow a _ 171Nwr run 8 II ...._ W. I" It, 1.. 1 1 1 ail hd I of Slit
( of NWM.f-NW 14 4k. BopUaa _ Lit then. W I' dsw.rrN ... W, 18 In L. T. Co' sob dl" __..t1 S II D P Pollum __.___ tt.11LotaIAlefltlkItnL.TA

E'4" of NII:" -_ I 1 13n f: tS c...... Iin. of ... /I. &_ II to If I ILoaS&ofBlbi7taL.TA
F; of of NW14.----19 1 80 E. Rlnokl.Ew8P . u 4.41 19' Cow of 5W11 of NWI4, Co' rub dl. "'!. II! --- R 0 Plalord .--- ..., i I

': m 01 8EU!: of NW _It t II It . LIT tb.n.. E to b.s ____ ___.,..N I a p T,.. _. 'I'Noa 0.. r
Wlft of NWK of NJ: -11 t U 10 Unknown Unknown .. . I.It.It: 8W14 01 5E14!: 1 A br..t.r I. Adal1IIe\n _ __ n.N Co'. rid ____. _____...-___.____11 S IS ._ P III kirn-. ____ ..$ '
E'i ofM of 8WU at W" .. ('.Or 01 NWI4 0' UI4 A n. Coin at NE Cow of 19'% .1 NW'4. 1 0of
( __on N51Oft. : IIEI4 01 NEy:" A run 19' l'r t
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Eyof, of NI nnuN!: "EtfBEo1f4SW3-_____.11 S ttM S0 Mr Mra* A Nannie A Barring __ ..., land IIn., ,..._ l' III ft N to pt of beg. th...... w .

EV of WI, of N'W\4\ .- -.-."... 0 40 V Handler 4.11 bet _ ______ N R 0 Oes.a 1155 100 ft B501ft.S100ft. N +
1'IW'" of 81:14!: -----1.11. ItM Mr A A Herring -TT. I.!' N% of ----11 1 a lot ft .to beg --..._--__--.--. .:. t St Richard Reynold. .. ._ '.11 Y
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40 L A E". SWI4 I ..4
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of NWH"
WM SWK __._1' I. NE I ,
Sttt 10 Cow A I A fw J t5
F." 0' SWH of BEM!: ____ If .Mra own k V Huad.>ey _ .... ox 10 II 11 II ft 14 of Bin l O '
1 10 'Usk rhoteb.- ______-I I II If R O.Owa.---..._ LN ft allItlksDEPOHIJ '. k
of 8WU of I
SWI4, B"1. I It
Wlft ,1 P'4!:' ,1 III:" of NWJ,4, _1&. S 1 II II 10 Bwallow a 8 Com et NW lbw: ,1 NlC" of If K ft. L In RI.I...'. add --______..11Three 1 It ... J M Rising ...._____ ..... :i'
Llriy.lno 5I4lroeEHitOSIONR ;
Com ., NE: Car of 6BM of 8W 10 J Homer' LIP acre of land la NW Cow] ,
V4. dn'tW 8(0 ft 8! 180 ft, _- w911ft.Nloll AaIIA..rN.: b. ...-.. of SWK of NWK __..______.SI I tl .... I M Rising ._____ LIT ib9 M 4
E .BO ..90 .. 544 of --=-- . LtuIAlofBIkiIInL.T.A
8'i' of NEli!: of 1X1y0 A 8E44--- -11 1 tl T Mm N E: Mahono - MT1MI NW" 01 NE" a A In 1111 - . Co'* sub dlv ._..._--_-__-. .-.. S tt __ Will Banda..y ,
Cot of
NIl, of 1
"of NI
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of m"-NW" of NEH: SB* of ". boln. 70 ,.. I W, N II 7WnplelI.d&1 t tt .- HA Sha... Co _._..__ 11." _. ,
on W- iidr o!-NW"-----of 11 1 tl Tlto Matilda" Dlxon -.- .... rda N a II _ _______... a 17 C H Nadu ____ 1.O. W1814ftofLouIA7obBlk
NIr.14 N 1 for ObUN" BEI4 of HE" n W I sobs 1?original town ......____._.__.. I It ._. Wm TUon Estate .._ ....0 1
55V8,( 8Et!: / of -I7' S II I Fell. Goodwin. ..., II !!5 ft 0' NEt:% of' NEI4 Six aare* I. NEK of SEH of
IIW" ,1 NE 1U { M Julia Goodwlaa. '.IT ... 19' I't4 ehs _..------N 1 a 41 lola. L Orrw _.._.. .... $511he.: / *4 acre In NB/ cow>)>
of Ittt 40It Raiuom Reynold. *. ,_ _ '.IT N% or 8" of NW44 01 NIl" bounded. B: by ee* II.., B wyRy. ,
8114 NW" - .' owW 11 1 Lau. RajruoU ., :'' II I A.--,__ --1& 1 a 1 L E, IAe .. ___ __ Lft"Eo" W by Blltcb'i plaea In Bv.erly'a {
Com Cor of '.IT
at land Is :: .. .. .. ..... ll.ll
Elmlra 01 U" .. I A 81:14: add ...... _.!P I IS Unknown .. ? - 04
by King on E: alda. of Cor _ _____ .- _I" 1 II II It L Orl/rla/ _ __ 74, One lot bnondd. B by lIrada vst.
Ry R4toE11 a run B at. right angle* w m" of sw" 01 SII4: .____ .---51 0 tl It C B 1(..... _ .......... .. LII8Wi74 N by old county Jail. W qJ, x
to.. of s.1.. I i .... of NWI4 A N" 8WI4II 1 a II' C 0 Ort.1a. __.__ ._. eD.1 by Christian.. .t 8 by land of t I' '
,... N 8 .
on ** lln* to Center 8y4 of NEI4 A Ell: 01 HE" 01 M. L. John. ._._______.SI I IS .... lira A L Von Kirn ,..__... 1.44 f
In T.mol..ub dlv
St. thenceW . 101, . WW" _ n. II 151 155 W e F..... ._._.__ IINW" Lou 5 a 1 of Slit 11 original' I 4Jt'bwn
along oa Ry Street to beg'to la Ry,E:%tbeno of *NKK 8 '-.. 01 BW14 __--I.n. S It .0 .A. Heobe .. .___ .n .......... ._ ......-.II II .. II.. Mary W.... ._.,. II..' Ii, '1 t.l .

eicept .uch lot .. .h.v.brratofore W14 0' BWI4 ._____ 17 a N II 11 a....". _ .____. ltd.8RV4 5

ben deeded ____..1 ** 01.V14 .______ 8 'II 55 UaII..... _. 7.17NEtt f' !
Ten A com at enter of Ry when It tool Ouyon . -- -. ..... or BWK s. 11 A I. NW LONG BRIDGE of the oourthouM In Stark.. Florida, during I :

half mil Ilea of S... SI run. M. .. Cor . .______ 1 M 17 C H Maria . .... the legal hour for sale on !Monday the nmday .II p! } rv
Slot W '=..** ft run SEK of ____-__--,,-,?... 'II 1 O ass of August I>>1. to th* hl..nd' bust i ,1
N oa ER.9' It" thence B at J.. 4. N St A ofENW\ of SWK ____ t 'II 40H Henry Mluitdl. . 8rtTnktown 7.1T Long Bridge, July 1..-A party was bidder for .a.h., the following oeearlnvd" prop. e .
right angla to .Id half mil 4WK of NEK l lea* I A la NB
line, theno W to beg ......._H I 21 II R M Cow . _______ 1 T n II . t..4TJI given at the home of Mr. and Mm. lleglnnlng at a point 150 ft post. of a point. ,
EM O'BlklBO'R'JI.W: J.nkln. ..- ., 1St NEK!: of SEK: ________ 'II 40 II" N._ ._ / Jesse Cason Friday night in honor of Itl rarda north of the southwest. corner of 1
% ofBlkl8ofREABE ,. h. __ w .. y _ WM j of NWH of 8WH ______-_-. 4 T SI 10 Unknown. . .... ( th* NalW: of th. NEK" of Beotlon 50. Town .
lJin( of Plk1Nof RE& Com at NW Cow of SWK of their daughter Mist Winnie Man, and .hip T. fiouth Hang It Fret then** run. -, \'

NW"( of Blk 1 B of R S B: ftNVj ... .. . ,p.-, .. .. . .. NEK ft run B: 780 ft. 8 110v It niece Mini Gladys Crews. A large T40 feet I thence south HIM yards than. :. 14i
wet 7.1)l then north . to ftA
of 8WK of Blk 1 8 of ft. W '1U ft, N 180 ft to fats 182oil\ r. ,t
K I E: ft NU of 8WH of betr "_" ____.:. 7 at An* .- . .... crowd attended arid enjoyed them plwra of lHtrlnnlng., oontalnlng 7 acre mora '
Blk 1 8 of B 1 B la Temple. I ,. EH o? NEK" 0' NEK" 8511of : selves.I or 1.., In Bradford. aounty, Florida.J. t

.ub of dl"SEH:- d tttt IT D 0 Molt,. : ., ,.,,.., 1'.81 8M of NEia NM of"NWK_a"BWK"of_ 'II It I.", Clark _ 11.4' Mrs. J. W. Johns, of Stark, spent .'K.Sl_rUTCH.TlBt78. 1.1 MwUr.. (i'1"1"I M

nwWK Cor : ____.-I1 I II D P Pullna NWH\ of SWK __________ S T tt 114 Ct. P.k _ _..... ..... .1.1. the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. I,.
NW of NW'4 of"TEH 8 U1 SWK ..' **WK BM of NWxof H. 0/ Rivers. NOTICE OF BALI 1 '

of 5W14 0' NE" II 5 ttII toT 1 8 Elliott. . .... 8E" -- "__ 7 tt 44 I... Clerk. '.81 Mrs JT. E. Adkins I. on the sick list Nolle I Ia .hereby given' to nil peiaona 10.....
'A In 8VKM Cow of SEK of"NWK Hit S Unknown -- ---. '.,? NW" of NE14 *.x"Y A fn"8B"Cor .ted In the ....* of W. H. lie..,.. d...... 1.1
W 11 A 0' N" of 8E" ,1 BWI4""!I t tlII II D L Sllcox. -.__?_ -?- -, '.11 I 7 II 10 C II _ ..,. this week. that I, A. K. Moon, administrator. of the. laid f Ptr ''
NW" ,1 NW" -""____ S 10 Swallow 4k Eopkln LII SWK of NWK -__._______.____10 7 ItT 41 AJ; OrlffaY.rk. '..118W4 Mrs. E. A. and G. W. Sapp were .tat*. will thirty day. after th. dat. of the ,
E1. "of SEK of"NWH SW I( of NEK ft 8WH of BB first publication of this ....ti.... apply to the :t
K of SEK of NWlT) _-M S I' Eptinun ft Adam.. TMoua.1? 14 of NWK _, _11 tt 10 W 0 Poster _ 'I..' visitors to Starke last week.P. lion B. A. Green, aounty. liidu* of llradford ,
NEK of BEK _______-=___::__.1. ItU .9 W C Foatag 1.11 BV/of NWU of SWK _e. .-__n 7 tt 10 W OJ W.b. -__ .... B. Crews was a visitor to Ral- County Florida, for an order to .*ll at arlvata L
WU of aWl of NWH p All ... NE" .1 'IE" .___.11 'II 101 The Southern. Cattle Feeding.. ..1. or publl auction, for the purpaaoof h
o? NW\4\ of BW14 11\ rid - ,. 55.41 ford Saturday I the payment of dnbta. the follow ... o*.
acre. : _.__ ------.LS 1 II 40 Polly A Draw 1.... All . ---....__________._.___14 'II 140 Broa. . Mr and Mrs. Miller Johns wore attending urlbad ""'1"1'. ...-...,i
ri", of SWH of ..Wi4---: '.JS 5 II 10 8 F Morgan . t.tT E=$j of NEH ft NW11A of NB to business in Lake Butler I lea alght (t). alna (If), and. tea (10)). la) 1 1the
On. A In SW Cow of EWI of am A NBK of WH of Block thlrtynilx lit, aaaoraing toM ***>
14 of BEI4 __________.______ST tt 1 ON Bolder. I.U BWV -' ** '-:_-- ...1 7 tl 401NM Paul Broa . __ ,14.11NW" Saturday. I end aulHllvltilon of J. W. Patten' surest of / {
I A In NB: Cow of SWK of BEK !: 01 NW\4\ of NW" Maude Crewa and Rose" Johns were town of Worthington Springs, Florida... );'I\ }rt's,
lANftSbylA' aNEI4 of BW" _ ..1' 'II U' Mra B: B Dea ".11 This M" ", "".
E ft W-_. ?____ _____ _IT S tl I J A I......... I." 1'IF.\4' \ ,1 BWI4 1. 7 It .0 C] H River '.11 visitors to lake Butler, last week. A. R. M001B.AdmlnUtrator : :,
Com at NE Cor of SEH of NB 8.V14 01 NW" -___ ___.._.. 1 II 80 C] IT River ? .. 11.1' Turner U the sick list, of tha Batata of W. II. 11e.ln
Billy en
K run W IBS ft. thenceaouthnuterly of NBK: NIl: of'SM NW"1. 'II Ito B: B Dee __ 10.81 o.-.d., .-.,-It--ttNOnCB ,'
to a 125 ft W j of NEKu.!: .-.,-.._____1. 7 It eo Mm E B Dee ILN' Mr. and Mrs. Gurney Crews are ( 1
pt I
of See. Una on 8 alda of SB SEK of-fiwTi _____.________1. 1 It .0 is.. Ivey Pollard . Ill the of daughter born
K of NEK thane ,. NEK\ of SWtJ ft NWK of SEI41. 7 7 1 I. J H Pollard _-. ...... Isle proud parents a .
I 660 ft to a pt 120 ft from 8H of SEK .____11 'II 10 In. ]Ivey Pollard __--. 11.11 Thursday a In County J..."...'* Court, Bradford County rl f A
laid B... II..., thence E 120 Lot 1 In Keller1 add to Ramp- Prayer meeting every Wednesday Florida. In Pnibat. I''
ft to 8..... II..., thcno N on too of _ __._______.______11 1 5. Jobs C Smith _-.-.-..----y 4.11 and Saturday night. Everyone Invited in rut Administration. of Hilat. of W. If. ,!

BM. line to bet -_-__.___....t7 1 tt It Polly A Draw. ..11 N14 Ii NE"IIWI4 01 NEI Koala, deca..d 1 h ,
SM j of NEK of 1_ I
Com ft W NWK Bible school every Sunday afternoon nt.tlon
W 100 of NR! Cor of A la BE: Cow . ._.__I. 7 II "I Inea r".,. Pollard __ 14." I Hereby nolle I. given, aa provided by law. r Ig LO
% *of NWK of SEH of N SEK of NEK!: ____._____.f1 7 U .0 Mm Batllla Sydboua. __ '.11 at 3:30: o'clock. I I to 0.... B. Boaln. of Kline Water, New. Jer.aey t
EK B ft W
146 100
run NM of NWK ax 11 A la SB: S of W. II. Ho.I.) and. Mr*. lea. R.
ft, N S4K ft, E 100 ft to tx> -.I. S tl Richard Reynold Ml NBK: of SW%_ S.... 18. Tp. '. S. R. SI All _"__II II S40 I'.ul 11.... .. __ ..., 88." BRADFORD la the wife of said Oeo. E. 0..11.) and ta
Lot S 14 t of Blk 4 original All 1 I _-IZIZ__._____:_: .. i t* 7 II S40 Paul II... . _, ..... I each of them ....r.II,., .. being" the only
Lot town of Stark ... .____. __ T A Brlnaon. TO.M All, ... WM of 8WH --.-___tlWM 7 II ItO Paul Broa . ., It..' Bradford July 1 Rev. C A. Crosby partlea claiming any pn....lon, right. title h lb
f ft T of Silt II original of ._____ ,- ,
SWK ._ttNWK 7 II to Vainwn or Inte...' In or to the land" hereinafter de.
town of Btarka ____ _.___ Mm Mary W.*.. 10.17 of N4: A N1of NWUSIFour 1 II ISOt4l Paul B..... . ....__, 14.11 filled his appointment here Satur-. serl.d, or any |..rt thereof) That, A. R. r5
On. "lot on N lid. of Call .t BtM A In NW Cur of EM: of SWK day and Sunday. I Moore:, aa adminl.tralor of the eelale, of W. i
ftEa W by SIPftNaa of NWH ... 1 A for chnrahS7 7 It I Jannla' Blokaoa. . . .. 1.4* II Hiiala, ".. filed. In this court hi. l
bounded N by J.ff._ .t. W MM ofNF4A8W14of145!:\ Sumner Andreu was a visitor In the petition nd.writing duly verified under oath ''Y 7711, '20

I hv lend of Vlda V. Morgan, 8 E' br: Call at B by Block IT or.Iglnal 19'- _ _ ___ -11 7 II Paul.. 11...... . .. ..... ....41.11 pray that an order. lie made. by this court
town of Stark __ .... B f Jobs . 11.44 N 4 A of that portion of NWK Mrs. W. M. Harrell was shopping in empowering and authorlxing him aa aald ad. 0 at )t
EkefV.lbLonl9: -" 7of of N51basWofSA1.Ep: Worthington Wednesday. mlnl.trator to take ixiuuiwloa of certain real red a

Blk !5. original town of Stark. Coouner Lumbar Oo 10.17 right\ of way- -__--.__._......tOBlk 7 tt 4 II II' J__ ..... Mr. and Mrs. :J. F. Williams and estate .. au'eta of .Id eetal for the purpose 4
Lot I o; Blk I 27 original I town ofF'nlte I'I Ali sub dl* of NBK of aclllnath* ..... to pay the debts, of "Ideatate be
. eo-.... Lnmbar Oo I0.1T of NWK ____________10 'II S P J Pear .. ..., I..' (children of Elrnton, and Mr. and Mrs.L. whlrh paid real ...... In add petltlnnla
r..... w ft 1 of Blk 27 LAvingstoa'frubf IIP:14: ,1 NW" .. N14 .,1 IIW"8' 'II lift/ N f Coat_. . 10 SI O. Witt and Doris of deaerlbed a. '0110_'
4> c..'. add to Stark. I. 1'1"% o? HE" ...H"-..--_11 'I' SORO Unknown . .. list" daughter Lot..1.00. nine and ton In Block. Thirty _
Win of NEK ___ ___LMa.55 tl PY Rlcn 1.11 WM j, of. 8W K _-___._____81 'II N P Cantbm . list Dradentown, were (guests at the homeof sill according to the Rewind division of the 1 r
WM of Lota 1 ft t all WM1 of NWK of NWK _____.__n 7 11It 10 Unknwn. _ IIINWI4of T. If. Edwards Thursday. :J. W. Pattim aurvey of tha town of worth'
I ft I of BUr IT. ft WM of 8BK WH of BH:\ of Inirton Spring., Florida.It ..
Lota 1 S ft alt Lot 4 of Slit _________._________ 7 II 60ts J" Dover. . __ 10." C. M. Andreu is on the sick list. k I further represented In said petition t t
II Llvlngaton. Tab ft Co'. SII4.I!: SWI4 a IIW" O. F. Tomlinson and family, of that thar.* I. no prraonal' property belonging ilk,
pub dlv of NEK: of NE" _--.SI 8 tt D P Pullraa 11.11 of SEK: __*_. _81 'II N f Cauthen. . 1'.11' Lake to said ...t. and. that the said relate la Indebted 55
'lV1i of Slit II'XMng.ton Tru- SWK of NWK ___ ..o _11 7 II 40 E: B Hardea . '.n Butler, were guests at the homeof and that It I Ie necemary. to mil said, I
br ft Co'.ob dlvlalon of N SM of NEM of SEK .. ___-_II 'I' SS N f Cauthm . ......... '.111 T. B. Edwards Monday. real estate In order. to pay aid Indehledn**. II IW '
EIoI ,1 Nil:" ____?.. ...r.- B M J.nkln . 11.70 WWK of 8WK ___._._________14BEK 'II 40 Pail B... . '.U Raymond Hewitt of Dukes Now therefore, all and each of you here.Inheforo t ,yr' "4' 14''
All Blk 85 In 'LJvlnnton Tru- !: of NWK BH: o81A was a named., and all oil.'.'' peraon 1 In.tereeted M
.by ft Co'a gob dlvlalon of N TWM, of 8EK: ...________-I4 7 It SOSI N P Cf...... ...11' visitor. here Sunday.J In .aid lands or any part th.resfl t t
F-K: of : -. ... B M BlUnon 18." BM of N 410 ft of NBH of 8EK_14NM 7 II Unknown . .. LII V. Edwards and daughter' Misses am commanded: to appear before the\ ,
Pits 87 :1Ij1.LI. ;" ;;;;;;;; .1 aUMI14.T4 of 8EK ___-_______tlWM 7 II 10to Q M Bennett I..a undenlgned, Bounty Judge or his ...._ la {
ft Co'. nb. division of N of NWH of. _, ItNM 7 H N f Cauthea. ____ UI Georgia and Virginia, attended churchat : office. of Bradford. County Florid*, at ben
E14 of NErp AO Jenkins j of NWK _____________It 7 It II TIM Southern. Cattle FeedingCo Sardls Sunday night. o'clock a, m.. on the Both day of "" .. A. D. 't
All Tllk 18 in "uVnotoiT'Tror'by Beg at quarter Sec. tIns or half ) . 14.11NEK Ifttl to'........ ..".., If any, yon or either of
ft Co' sob dtvtalon. of N mile poet oa N Its of ... t Mrs E. Llndmeyer, of Parrlsh, Is you have why the .Id petition should. not ( A 1 ,

EK of NEK ________ B B: Sn.ll Mt a run B to degreaa, B: 111 It. the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. B. be ".....t...
WH of Slit 40 In Ltvlngiton Tra for a .'ftrtlt.mpt, rill pt being : y Edwards Witness the; Honorable R. A. Orson ('_tl' i I
by ft Co'a sub dlvlalon of N 10 orater of ry Judge. of Bradford" County Florida, under I
E14of NBH ________ E B: 8n.ll I..M track theno. 8 14 M ,.._, W J. Ward and family, of Wauchu. the seal I of said snort this Jun. Vth A. D. '
Lots 1 ft 4 of Blk 41 la LlvtngIngiton E parallel. l with ry 10 ft thence r la IB visiting relatives and friends llltl at Btark, Flerlda.
Truby Co, sub div N 6M ......... E: 40 ft,then, ** : R. A. CHESN.

of NEH: of NEH '.__-._____..- J I Aaron --- -- LIP r.'h. degree. W w' I here.N.. County. Jud. for. Bradford County; 'ld"f f
Lou S ft I of Blk 41 la LlvtngInntnn MM degree.. 41 ft G. Hayes was a visitor to Worth. <( Truby ft Co'. sub aiv to pt of beg In NWH of N ..
of NEK of NEK. _______ W B: 8a.ll I." 11:14 ______________ I I ttI __ B M King .. 4.41 ington Monday. I
Lea 1 of Slit 41 Llvlngaton Tru. SEK of Nw"K"\ WWI el NWH Virgil Edwards returned to hit I I NOTICE
by ft Co' rub division of N ft SWK _.__________..__. IofNEK I II tot W C Ptr _ ..... home The Board of County (.'..mmla.lon., of, !
EK of NEK ____ -- Julio BotUr. Ml Wt4of" 0' NZ" in Tampa Sunday after a few Bradford County Florida, will meet at the '
WM of Blk 41 In-Livingston- Trby *- WK of 8Wy4dW514 days visit with relatives I snort nona*. In the Clark'. .,ft'.... Monday. .
ft Co'a tab division of N a NWK a NWK of 8 July 1. 1UIII. a* a board of *qual1are tor,
EK of NEK __.____-_- Jaax Jobaaoo (oal) __ I.TT WK ,. WM.of SWK\ of BWKof .. S II t4 W C: F..... . ..... th. purnoa* of hearing complaint. and r.., I I
Blk 44 In Livingston Troby ft T\'!( J: \ of NEK --_ S 5 St 11 Unknown . S.4I celvlng' teitlmony aa to tha value of any 4--.
Co' sob dlv .,'.NE\4\ of NBK - -- A 0 Jenkla 4.aN14 W% of 'o14N5: NW I Unhappy In Friendship' property real or or mined' ., aa fi... "I M//
of Blk. 41 In Llvlnnton Truft I, t of BE8EK :\( of NWM EH: by the County Tax Aauaaor for the yeariV i 6
by Cob sub division of IISWM6of I of of NWEM % 4IIi Many people expect too much from 1021. against the ownra or ...n.. of s.h'prop.rty
HO Plgford .... of NEK!: of 8WK of NWK_11WM 8 tt 40 Sol T Wolf . .-,. .".y .. "." ttuslr friend. They may tbemsjilTssbsi '
ft a1; i. iI ia- likT of BEK of NEK of NWK O. A. ROBERTS!,
In Llvlngntna Trnhy ft Co' 'I f EM of 8EK of SWK of 1 so thoroughly<< Kcnulne and alncora! O. W. AL Jr.RMAN. Chairman of BoN. 0

sub of NFK' of NEK _______ __ ....... WiIY.r .... NWK - .- -....-. _-_-_-llNM 8 M 10 J D Rlltfcrandt r-.......... .... that they expert all their friends to b. Clerk. and Auditor. s-iT-tt. e1
Lot I of Blk 1 la B. B. Nat I of NEK ______-II $51 DO C B Drake . _-....... 17.81 the game, and when they discover'
,..._ add A of Stark* In N 11 ..11 A In 8B Cor of EM of N NOTICE: TO CREDITOR AND BEBTORB
WK. Wt" of W.lnut atraet. WANNO n of little fault In their Idols they feel UM Creditor and all phone having slat.

ft South of Itb (treat -_...._ t 1 II Con E PopaaU - IO.TT E 441 ft of Nltler8W" disappointment most aMltel). Do not ..1.., the ....* of C. 5. Darll..... late ofth
L1talSA4 .ofplk/111 8EK: of 8WKA BM eounty of P.....,....... Bute of Florida d*. .. ''
of SEK so W4AAWt4 ofBWK pitch your atsudurd too high, then rot eeaaed. will
Temple' add to Stark. In NBM preaent their claim' duly
of NWK ft Part of WH of of BEK NM!> ' $CH 1 are 1 sew likely to have' your Idol abstttvred. tic.t.j to the underalgned .. oath'v:
NEK wet of railroad. ft NB of SEIA BM of NEK of f in on rear or they will ba forever ba.....
Try to remember that frteuds
Cor of 8EU of NWK _: ._:_ti 1 II R A Sharer A O)e till 51411/A. (n NEGrNofR And all to the aald. sea ,,1,1a' + ,'
All Blk t m '1W pl.'* add to - ._ CorofB"wK_._** I ttS 101Bnoktra. Land Co . ..-.. 17.41 will never disappoint us If we observe rwtut pes.aryIand.had! ..ld debta to theaald ,
, 8....... .hi NEK of NWK aPart Two A In NW of two simple rules) ((1) to find oal Admlntotratri* forthwith
of WU of NEK weat of NWK Wf-- -IINM IIB t Robot Gale . I." Dated thl. Sth day. of June, A. D. let]. !
of NEK: WH what they (2)) to Uieo to
railroad ft NB Cor ? SEK of t araj expert MARY LOUISA nURLINQ.
I o .... I H Mm Bunlo: C Cknora 4t J4J a. NW" .d IIEI4 11 55115 It. Clayton . ll.Sf V*> Just that .-10-tt-..-. AdmlnUtratHx..
Lot T of Blk "ll'Ta"Trmpli'. ndd BWK\ \NWK of SB:14 _U 4 IItrio WC: F..... _. 11."
I" 4 .__. II I .. -
to -- Unknown. . ..
part'Btark of. WM..,.NEl4orNW'4.of NEK west "' BWK: of NWK 1"I"I-- Jr-I. 1 tl 40 fans Don..,. . .. ... .... NOTICE NOTICE UNDER or APPMCATIOM FOR TAT: DEED: t
8WK NEK Th. Town Council. of Btark. 11... will meet
railroad of ff
ft N BCor: 8EK
at the _nell room* Twaday July 11. 1821.
NW"1.. 1 M Jr 0_. - 44Sark. Kntla. I Ia tP '
of SWK a SEH of SWK o* a. a board ./, for the purpou of hereby riven that I}. C. Wlmberly. i
Lot t ef BtktPak'add! 10 A In BE rtlnoate No. II, dated the '
In NWH of NWH of EM of NWK ft 'B: I A ;'WM ttt to the) value of any >*rty, roal' or fmr 4th day of June. A. D. 1011 I... Sled **'I4aertlfleata i
r.1.h: *t . ? ?. ; 1 U _. IIIIe Neewisb/ _ t.8I of 8WK of \NEK: .......-......1S II Carlo Donley . .. ......n. 1.4.II anal), or mind a. .."Pb": the Town Tag Aa. In moffs and h.. made application ,
7iii n.-ii .. for tax. deed. .
S T ft I ***Mir for the year le21. agalnat th* 0...... to lean ta acenrdaaeawith
ing' add to Stark In NW\4 I.... Bad' ..ftlll.... mbraaea th. 101-
.Ia of wash ,
I It Dr P D [Deb" Ml "
of -2I "Kw'rrr c. ONES: demrlbed' property, iltuated In Bradford -
One WWS at pthCarof Bandenwa Attaatl Chairman CouoolL County, Florida, te-wltt a w
:ft Madison >u : run 8 C. A. FUTCH. North Half of North Half of Northea .
..n B.ndaraon t 14 ft. then. ** TOWN TAX: NOTICE Quarter or North Half of North Half of Lou k.f 7
Clerk. 84tt.NOTICE .
Notice' I Ie -
W e. ft. theno N 181 ft to hereby given that the following deacrlbed lanA will be sold at pnblU auction 1 and I. 8M. I*. Tp. 4, B. R. IS 1:., 14 ......-' "
on the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST. 1V2I.U being the ,.t day of said month, at Blarke. The said land being of ,
Madison. it, then. ** E: on said HIt i --- at the date
II > R Wltkovikl IuD In the County of Bradford. State of PU>rlda. or *o mush thereof. a* will ... neeawary' to pat OP MA8TEIT8 BALI) the leennee of swab eertlfle.te In the of '" *1
lotto beg 1n Stark. .._ --81 1 the amount due far tan*. .h.nln Mt opposite th* sans, togrther. with/ the sat of soil sale It.rebr *>>tlc. Iii given. that under. and by Catherine. Cook Unleea 1 said ..rtlll .name.. hall I
8 suds. of Madlaon. .t. and 'Wv..lal... SILAS KITE virtu of that certain, final doerea of for. he redeemed. according to law. tax deed will M :'
In. Wynn N add to Harks boundd W by ,", -I//>. Tu Colleetor, Tows of .", ..k., Fla ckrar. mad. by the judge. of the Eighth. :Jndl.lal issue. thereon. on the llth day of July A. D. .rlly'aWltnsw
by Madison H.
"" > Clrauit of Plurlua.. i In hanaery. ItUng. lathe 121. .
ta..... of p:. 8. Matthew. S by Tags .
Wynn ft oripUa 8**. T. B. A Ow.r. 4V (;00'". Circuit Court for Bradford County Fiorina . my official... .Ign.tur. and teal this 1
ft B: by w... Edward. ..SI 1 SS 0 L B-Uy 11.II Lots. IA4of Hlk: 41InLT. on th* 10th day of "".. 1021 In fator the Ttb day of June, A. O, ml.O. 'II t"' 1 .? '
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c."i.Moor "m-o--NC Cor; ofBroadway r..t Co'a tub dlv l ...__-__-_.__--SB 5 SS --- J I AaaronaJallua ________ ..0' of Dank of Waldo a "banking nioratlon. a* W. AI.DRRMAN, \4 ', 11'Y y
ft I of Hilt 41 In L. T. A Co'* ontHlalnant. against V. J. 1._..* and his Clerk. Circuit Court Bradford. County Fla.Beal .

ft Hoyt Iota on ft.N .. .. sub div .. ____--..--------..---m t n ___ : Butler. .__...____... 1.l wits" Bertha Pssi'... a. defendant, tna ander.. ( ) By C. A. KNIGHT
suds N101ft.WlOSftSltlftt.of Hoyt ft rua E 101 p .. Blk I of TenipU'i add-.. ,, ., ..JI t IS Mi* CunUa K: Canova _-_ .2.41 .I"n.d will offer fur ..le nt In. front door S.10.5t-1.. Deputy ......

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f -JL 1R and Sunday. l- O* the the.._.. Ohio flail- ,J .am annniny. j lIo"'M'f'r.hreh" hits' HflTe iup {'"'ft'I
\' :, = Frank Dobbs and brother Earl rn&6 piecework ear .......I..r. .'_.... 1 And let realty men note there are I public sentiment If the newspaper edl
\ :.: In Raiford .d 41.4 per ont end alrermke. repair" the
Saturday afternoon. of
were approximately 82S.OOO tobacco farmsIn ton country are correct In their
s-re II 4 per cent tn niclnrr unenr a
ft Messra. Marshall Dobbs and brother guarantee of a fixed minimum rate the country with a total estimatedvaluatlon estimate of that sentiment
Lester were business visitor to p.r. hour.S. On the abolition of plee workon < of ri90.OOO.OOO. Of further Interest In a poll of the editor made recently!

I County News Items Manning Saturday. the ITnlo Hacina. Railroadn- the to real estate men Is the fact by the Tobacco Merchants' Association

Judson Hurst was a visitor to Lake. required wheel ahnp for at tbe Oman earn. Nebr work. toe was time IBcrMced hat there .... 7OO.OO0 retail tablih- of the United State, through the Press

=:-==- Butler Saturday.RAILWAY. I II per cent and the output meats selling tobacco Involving a total Service: << Company of New York City.
I .u out down (4 per cent, and .In aeo.cbcl.aning estimate 95 cent of the 7347 editors
t Our yard at fjenver tee .Cental and op-keep impossible to per who
; rtr( ," isMU'.ttntact.. Gathered During the Week kr tine require wai laereaaed (I a percent : be16>s the large amount of office I replied expressed the opinion that the
Regular Correspondents. sea U.atput 4 oroaed 51 per administrativebranches I people of their communities
INQUIRYIN crab space occupied by were op.
.r ti.t1 I I .. Southern PaelBo ein.lii.Me.whoee of the general business. posed to any law against tobacco.' As
: sol. duty wee to keep wMefcea.etatlonarr too have their those editors represent some 80,000,000
anflnwe and to stop u.. The Insurance men,
;;af -- WASHINGTONExcessive .'fr'r: anything vent wrong hare et the plcklnga. The tobacco readers the result form a pretty .....'
'. f f LAKE BUTLER Ardell Crosby motored to Orange 'V,, _rica! .worker d by. Director" .... _O0.raia. .. on 1 bnslnen pays out annually 17,000,000 oral teat of national opinion.

1,1' t Height Saturday afternoon. the Halt L.r- 1 telon being rivvnbank In premium, In the United Btatea. In their remark accompanying tletr,

J 1 Lake Butler July IRev. S. S. Rev. E. S. Cheshire, of Starke, at- Labor Costs and Work another' par II.OOt, .J another,11, another 11,001. and stM4 eta! And there are the'raOroeda who reap replies many of the editors expressed
t Proctor filled his appointment at An- tended church here Saturday and Sun ing Conditions Chief Causes other amount. varyl**. from IUM f revenue from 1,%10.000 torn of tobacco It a. their oplsrion that tile oppos'tton' '

w I j tloch church Friday Saturday and day.Ray tc 1 61,500.. Under the _lOt- o1aISeatloiruloe products every year of their communities. to the abolition
Sunday. Andren and Lottie Gainey en- of Trouble... of the. Shop craft. In order toohann A. for the advertising business, of tobacco' .- ..baled to some extent at

Ardell and Ret Drawdy. Barney tered the normal Monday.H. _i_* e B of a locomotive a norale It tip i:. ne.oeje.aiy In the front takoall end, here agate It Is Impossible to form least on the damage such a change

Thomas Marcus Dekle of Five Mile,! P. Gainey and family attended .NO CONTROL OVER EXPENSE a boiler maker. and his palter t. even soy. estimate of the enormous annual would d church at Swift Creek Sunday. the. door becau that U koUer maker the community. This was particularlytrue
Saturday. outlay.
were visitors to I t worst! to call a plpeman and hla'
{ Mrs. George Coleman pent a few M. P. Mathenyhas his new bungalow Prloo and Wage Fixed by 0_ helper to remoTe the blower pipe The prohibition of tobacco would also tn the tftTmrco growing states and

j4, day. this week with Mr. and Mrs. B. about completed and is havingthe moot Leave Little Soope for call b....a...machinist. that I. plpemen and his helper; and remove knock good-sited hole In the receipts center where- there were large tobacco

e E. Collins of Lady Lake. house painted. ManaBomenLWashington.! the tip that .la ma* of' the United: States government plKtlti.
Mr. Casaelti and children of Palate Messrs. D. W. Kelly, W. Andreu, cbinlata' work. : alee for the earn. fame The Internal: revenue receipts from But when the extent of the business

$ Ica, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. and U. D. Johns, of New River, were D.. C.T-IO testifying before to tip employed- for putting. tha new tobacco for the fiscal year IDSO! amounted Involved 1rr the allied Interests of the

x Townsend. transacting business\ here Monday. tbe Senate Committee on Interstate Questioned by Senator Foladexter to f283.80B.8M Customs. duties tobacco trade la considered, as above

p t' Ben Feinberg. of Gainesville spent Mrs. G. B. Colson is on the sick list Commerce In the general Investigation i Mr. Kruttschnltt stated that thee In- provided an additional 123000000 !la briefly outlined. It Is clear that the..

Sunday with his brother, Moss Fein- this week. MSDCes might be Increased ladennlteIj round figures, making the tots revenue Is hardly a section of the country that
Into the railroad situation
Eldon Baxter P. M. Bare. the $120, would nnt be afTeited'directly or InIrectljriby -
berc. Messrs. I and war characteristic on railroad return to government 000,000..
A party composed of Mrs. J. E. Maine foot and R. T. Osteen attended the witnesses for the railroads contended el the country a* >result of the Inffooneo en Popular Sentiment obolUUIng-.. tobMCO.

i *, Mrs. Hercules, Mrs. Pone, Mrs. Masonic lodge at Graham Saturday that : "Agreements" left ever from federal R 1. this' Interlocking of the tobacco
Padgett Mrs. Iva Sprinkle enjoyed a afternoon. I (1)) The coat of operation are abnormal buslntes'wlth'se' : many other Interest

u trip to-Worthlngton Springs last Mon Virginia Weeks spent last week In'' owing chiefly to wage scale ?MANY : and the vast amount of financial 'loss A wave of sickness ia expected to
1w' fed I day. Starke with friends. established by tile government which INDUSTRIESTIED that would be Involved In tbe abolitionof engulf this country when the brewersget

I held ita regular A party composed of S. V. Andreu, exceed wages paid for similar work In that IK one of the most see down to manufacturing' authorized -
""", I ? The B. Y. P. U. G. W.,>E. M. and T. C. linen spent other Industrie and to wasteful labor plans aspects of the proposal to pro- beer with a kick for purely medicinal
9" election of officers Sunday evening, a.t
+ i eta often for work not done, enforced TOBACCO
part of last week fishing at Wannee/ blblt the. ale.\ of 'pbajoji!:! t PnliRspl! purposes.
?t,>P : tI follows: Claude and Ardell Crosby were in upon tbe railroads by tbe so .
President, Miss Marshall Proctor. Worthington Thursday afternoon. called "National Agreement.* ---. ---- -- -- ---- --- -- --'-----------. ---- ,

? It Vice President, Miss Russell Riv- Herman Moody, of LaCrosse, was in ; (2) That 97% cents out of every Prohibition of Weed Would Mean J. H. Williams B. Z. Matthews
6 en.I dollar of In 1920
operating expenses ,
town Saturday.A.
Mildred Big Financial Loss to
Recording Secretary, Miss were at price fixed directly by the
the sick list.
J. Sowell on I
I !j Robert. Miss Es- Mr. and Mrs. Wynn, of Starke, and government, or by general market condition Allied Trades. INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf
,: I Corresponding Secretary, children spent Sunday here at the and over which the railroad<
?t t ]lIe Rosenberg. home of Mr. and Mrs.. I. W. Pinhole managements had no rontrol. WHO USES THE MATCH? you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it
Librarian, Miss Julia Rel ter. ster. (8) That the general business depression .

r, ; Pianist and Chorister, Miss Omie Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of Louise, Is wss not due to the high Th. Smoker Mainly Alio Rooponalbl on vou.

., Scarborough. here on a visit with relatives. freight rate, but to the lack of buy. for Spending Hundred of Million The Inter-Stste Realty Company will get out the first edition of Its
+ it(, Mr. and Mrs. Moan Feinberg left A chicken pilau was given at the log both here and abroad. Annually for Licorice Sugar HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEJuly
Friday for Lakeland, where they will One of the most striking fact
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter Coat Cigar, Box... TinFoil
open a store. I Friday night. Those present were, brought but In the testimony presented Etc lat, carrying advertisements of millions of dollars worth of property
i ;, w I Mrs. It. Max Wilson and children, Mr.. and Mrs. Tom Baxter, Walter by the first witness. Julius Kruttsohnltt hated for aale or exchange throughou t the United States, Canada and Mex

h J I I Parnell and Warner, and Miss Joule Baxter Ruth Finchey, of Jacksonville chairman of the board of directors By GARRET SMITH ico. If you have property for sale or exchange hat it with ua at once. The
u 'I, Parrlsh of Ocala, spent several days of the Southern Pacific, was advertising coeta you nothing on com mission listings It will be our hard
i it Misses, Lubedia Pinholster Inez Ab- (Jot a match
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luck if fail to find deal.
friends and relatives here last tbe following In explanation: of tbe we you a ,.
t I', visiting I ernathy, Veda Watson, Lorene Hazen, chief reason for the Increase In How many time a day la that question
i vrerk. Clara Cone Pearl and -Elmer Shaw asked In these United
rtiui r ,;' Mrs. Smith and son, of McLendon, I II. Willie Mae Oliver, Messrs. Marvin expenses since 1910: How many more time la the queaU6ii' j;;Inter-State Realty Company, Schell Building
>abor bill jjf >e In
Ga., are guests of Mrs R. E. Dell. "The { y Save! !
; flaxen Louis Shriver Eldon Baxter becagaa most are
4 I. unnecessary pocket :
i 1010 which ) Adamsonlaw
before the
1> I 1 ff At a regular meeting; of the Sun Fred and Lee Greene, Frailer-Shaw, took( effect was) stood at 11,408.876,884. kept nell -supplied with tl-j& -U.etul I. LAKE BUTLER UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
beam Band the following officers were
t ' elected: Royce Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin- In 1020 It was *:.1.W>8.216.85L an increase mile artlcl4: T Anyhow Inasmuch as It i u __ -__- __ _ -
holster Mr. and Mrs. B. T. la estimated
Crosby, of $2.20a39.0'i7 that tntr* are 80,000,000
J i President, Margaret Townsend. Mrs. G. Falrcloth, of Jacksonville. tobacco users In Uio country, we would You will make a mistake
"The Increase .
u' ( ;, Vice President, Nettie Mae Fowler. hy years since IDle Dig In Prices
x 1 Leader, Mary Borum. P. M. Barefoot was in .Starke Mon. has been as follows : mesa that the answer to that question nifUULiiuii lf you order your fertlll.

I Assistant Leader, Perbeth Williams day.Luclan Ilazcn motored to Graham Increase Tii 1017.. .... . .I270, 03.74a! lions.would run Into the hundreds of mil; zer without getting our pew price lists Just issued. Plentyof

f d Secretary, Viola Davie.I Increase In 1018 .. . ... 874,331.209 Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides .
Sunday afternoon.L. It weren't for the
I ; Chorister, Vivian Fowler.. R. Gainey and family attended Increase to 1910 ... ... .. 229,316,061 Fort} of electric lights smokers bow In Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
'. Pianist, Lulu Scarborough. Increase In 1020! .. ...... 859,067,919 many
I I at Little Rock Sunday. matches would be used A pretty CO.
1 I Alfred McKinney, of Graham, was Blanche Humphrey; of Brooklyn, or an aggregate Increase small proportion of the number of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet

In town Monday. was here since 1910 of .. . .... . these
t Mr and Mrs. Babe McKinney of Saturday enroute to Pine 229,839.057 "sticks of blazes" produced In May 20th Price Lists. Nof furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brand"
1' Hill. Exhibits were placed before the the country every :ymr. Abolish tobacco .
X p ".mpllon-, were truest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andreu of New committee showing that for the railroads and the match business would b*

II :M. L. McKinney Monday. River, spent Saturday at the home of of the whole country Increased hot to piece

;! John Ward, of Providence, motoredto their son, S. V. Andreu. expenses In 1020 over 1910 were as But the match b *lneis U only one

Lake Butler Monday. Chester and Reddish Andreu and follows: of a doien or nor allied! Industries

i Brady Brown, of Miller, motored to I Maxie Kelly, of New River and Dave Actual expenses for 10201 ,163,138,341 'which derive Urge revenues directly or I

town Monday. 'Greene, of Pine Hill, spent Sunday Actual expenses for'1910. 4,607,774,131 Indirectly from the tobacco trade and
Miss Crystal Armstrong is attending I
afternoon here. would suffer heavily If national prohibition
the assembly which Is in session Louis Shriver and Veda Watson were Inc. for 1920 over 1010.$1,495,364,210Mr. ,of tobacco were to (O Into

Y at DoFunlak Springs. visitors to Earleton Sunday after- Kruttschnltt.. In showing how effect as some of our reformers would
Mr*. Jim Prloster_ and children are
p -- --- -- noon. lids. control tie railroads: had over have It. The annual Sale of tobacco i

I visiting relatives in Georgia this week And! Shaw, of Cooler Pond was in neceaaary expenditures, said : products balled on retell! Price., la estimated
Miss Annie Howard and brother
r ,.of town Saturday enroute" to Little Rock. "Sixty-four rents out of every dole at $1,037.000,000. Of tine coat
Miller, motored to town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Thomas and of producing and Belling this quantity
stf Of operating expenses were, la
The O. E. :
S. met
tjl Tuesday evening
children of Cooter Pond ''Of clear, cigarettes and other
at the Masonic Hall. were in town .1930, paid out to labor, and the wages forms'of
Sunday.J. labor> Axed the weed, some hundreds of million
of are the
D. W. Borum spent Monday eveningwith C. Cone was in Lawtey last week. "Jlfteen cents out of government.every dollar dollars are paid out for other things I Elberton Blue
) his Georgia Granite"THE
I The watermelon shippers have been than the raw tobacco and labor of
operating expenses was paid for
Mr. and Mrs. Pick McGIll and chll-
b I ,i. j dren, of Jacksonville, Are truest of their busy for the past month shipping materials and supplies at prices fixed making It up.I2I1pOOOO. II STONE ETERNAL"
products. Several cars have been' Year
by the government. a for Boxes
j Mr. and Mrs. Arch McGill this week.
shipped and the movement is about And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades make
Neal and Harnden McNeil, of Orlando "Three" and one half cents out of. For exampl., the tobacco trade con- ,
over.Mr. every dollar was paid for other aamea each year 45,000,000 pounds of i
spent Sunday morning with expenses j
\ i Mr. and Mrs. C A. Savage. Eddy of Alachua, was transacting Incurred by the government .. licorice, 50,000,000 pound of sugar ''I MEMORIALSRenowned

i Ben Feinberg of Gainesville? will business here Tuesday the first two month of 1920.M both used In flavoring tobacco and
t Mrs Gainey visited her son, E. S. 600,000 tons of coal. It" estimated |I
take charge of the Cut Price Store A total, therefore, of 82H rents out
beginning July 1. Gainey, of LaCrosse, part of last week of every dollar of operating expanses: that the vatae of wooden cigar box.

;I Mrs. Merchant, of Madison spent afternoon.Evan Hodge was in town Sunday I for 1920 waa paid out at prices dlreet- used U 139.000.000 a year,' quit an ', FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY

; I the week-end with Mr. andl Mrs. Jake ty fixed by the government Item, to the lumber bullpen and to
j Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colaon and Mr. manufacturer of the 11011... I
"Th. te' : ''
1, ,f Marshburn. remainder EVERLASTING'
up 97)4) cent, and ENDURANCEThree
and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster were visitors I In making; these bo.e,* 560.000 ,
ti 4 Mr. Howard, of Macclenny, visited to wa for material and supplies, pur.chased > '
his Worthington Monday after at fined pounds of nails are employed. Oth.r'la
mater prleee I
Mrs. Willie Johnstoit. by general market
noon. condition and ,.. Item used In making and preparing i essential factors to be considered in buying monuments -
+' t Mrs. Hilton, of Jacksonville, is iUat Edd Lewis beyond the .power
was town '
; i the home of her parents, Mr. and Mesdames Monday. of the railroad to control." tobacco for tale are tin and are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP
)f Smith, of Sampson and lead foil, paper for bag and cigarette I I
ftq' t r Mrs. F. M. Rivers. Morgan, of Gainesville spent the To Ulaatrate how labor costs were doth for 'I Ib.l. RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this 'combination
tobacco la-
wrappers baga,
v' John Langford of Starke, i I. visitIng Inflated by the "National Agreements"
week-end here with their sister Mrs. I: when buying materiaL
friends this week. L. L. Johns. entered Into during federal control, *, coupons, etc. Involving; the print-
+ Nat Roberts and daughter Blanche fixing:\ rules and working conditions fag trade extensively. j
;yk i motored to Worthington Monday Mrs. Sutton and children of Eran, the followlog example. were cited: Then building contractor and maim'acturera I, COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GA.
are, hero on a visit with her mother ,
machinery largely In.
& I r Mr. Walter of Branford, spent several Mrs Hobbs. L The Per. MArquette Railway was are Lading Manufacturer of th. SouthField
at t Mary compelled to pay It 144 In book pe.r terested. Investments In planta and
days with his wife here last week
Mr. Crews to four employee or Sp.cial Representative
,: was transacting business becauee their title* machinery employed! In manufactnr- ,
Mrs.: of under n... .
Anderson Starke was a *re nente were chanced
here '
+ Tuesday.The t>y a .."I.lon of the Director. QeneraJLwhile leg tobacco! are estimated at 1102,000- j W. ELLERY DAVIS
Miss Edna Sun STARKE
l truest Epperson many friends of little Artford the nature of their eutlei mat<< 000. Replacement, upkeep and Inter1oat ,. FLA.
day. the volume of their
Brown are glad to learn that be is the oame. work remained _on tb?.JnvMtment make no small D"....... ..n... ..................., .. .. _._..
Mrs. Hercules .r'a.' .a. '' 1IG
and Virginia Hor- .. 'D'D..a. >
/ able to be out again *. A oar repairer. on the Virgin lam f' w* r-...<-_>..e>- ._
) tense of Jacksonville are guest of Remember B. Railway was paid 11,000 for work henever
Y. P. U.
Sunday nightat --
did He was laid oft with I albsemploy..e
their cousin Mrs. J. E. Maine
4 r 8 o'clock. Be prompt. becauen there. was no work
Mrs D.: Borum and children for him do. .
I W. Reddish Andreu of New River to "h.n ho became en
was ..
titled under hi
"eenlerlty rlchta" Ie
L Mary Prances and D. W. Jr., returned In town Monday.P. be re-employed, he received .bock. par

from Elco Ga., Wednesday evening, M. Barefoot is having 'a new and. overtimeS The Shop. Cmft- ....._.nt '
e after visit with relatives. pcovlde 1st Starts
a pleasant fence put around his house. that when employee. are required Friday July Our
Virgil Edwards returned to his home Attend school t* check In and out on t...... ,

J'' in Tampa Sunday after a visit with the Missionary Sunday Baptist Sundayat at hour own tin cilia* they at the will eloae: be ouch: ..w eae.

friends here. no matter how few hour they may
3:80 o'clock.
: The : have worked. Thle rule la the *ret
Methodist church is nearing1 .iz: mvnth of 1(19 eon the railway ANNUAL JULY SALES
I completion. and Is a building which "*. DOBSON '.,"0.11/1I, .r at rate .f IU.6M.M* a

1 ,t' Lake Butler feels proud of. 7 W' _.-

.. .Dobson, July 1.-Jo* Dobbs and son

rri, .C l.C 'IIROOKER- Butler Clarence Saturday.made a business trip to Lake ..1I.Iaqwa.s. }B uo moo alVS 516Fine Featuring a week devoted exclusively to silks. Every piece

Brooker, July 1.The revival meetIng Johnnie Hearst was the week-end reduced: in this 'sale.

which was conducted last week at guest of his sister, Mrs. O. D. Dobbs,

_ _ i the Missionary Baptist church, closed of Manning. .

Sunday night. M. H. Hunt made a business tripto Friday July 1st through
;y t Rev. Joyner, of Dukes, filled hi* appointment Lake Butler Thursday. Saturday July 9th, is

here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hurst attended
Dr. Tribble and Walter Weeks, of services at Swift Creek Saturday WILKESSTALLION

''I aCrosse, were In town Monday. Mr.' and Mrs. Judson Hurst made a SILK WEEK HERE

Messra. Lewis Shriver and Hoyt business trip to Lake Butler Wednes r

Watson and sister, Veda, attended the day.

h dance at Worthington Thursday night. O. D. Dobbs, of Manning, was here
Fred Hazen was In Lake Butler Friday I

Friday afternoon. Miss Bertha of Jacksonville\ BuyJHere
Taylor, For ServiceP. in .
Hoyt Watson, of Jacksonville, is II spending a fortnight with her slater and Save i .

hem on a visit with relatives Mrs. Daniel Wiggins, of Baker..Johnnie @11i m71es great

tai; A. A. Hazen,and family spent Sun. Hunt and Clarence Dobba E. JOHNS Sle
the home of D. W. Kelly, of
day: at I attended services at Manning Sunday GAIN!!SVI C.FLORIOA
New' River. There will be service at the Mann
Mr. and Mrs. Olson Thomas, of i schoolhouse the first Saturday night .
Starke Fla.
,. Midway, spent the week-end with E. ,
Biff Sale now on at Steinberg's.
9 B. Andreu, Sr. ._
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