Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 13, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04711
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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A, Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; : Months: 75; Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. :Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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LIBERTY LO\N: WOUIvKKSHHillLY F.IOlImS1t'ST: NAC.E FHillf 1 HUOOKEIC I I :.SCHOOL lilt hill IMO(( 1:1: :IHNO-J: ; r '

| Ilinokii, .liiiu1 PI.:: -Kev'. "King, of The board nut in tegtilui -e-sion on

E. :S. :Matthews chairman of the Practically all huge in the Southern (1\"'w User tilled his regular nppoint- Juno 2nd with :MossiL. 1'. Powell..

1.ilwI't1.01111 Committee,' for Bradford< climate are infested. with lice unless! AT LAKE BUTLER TUESDAY anent hero Saturday and Sunday nt T H Pinholster and P. M I. Padgettpieseiit. o': Ii to I Iof
county: throughout the war recently : the owner practices some menus of Itlh': :Missioniiij lUlptist rhuich. 1

rcieivcd the following/ letter from :Mr.Ilaynes : control One of the best materials for I| II. I'. Surrency. of Plant Cit.v, IIheie i. Iloturni front Shot'lnl Tnt Histrlrt/

a OJ McFndden: chairman of the : this purpose is crude OlE'l'r\ ' fmmer -- the gue-t. of lehitue-. i No. x v\eio cunvnssed, with the follow -

', ; executive committee of tie Sixth who has as many as fifty head. of Walter S.:; Lnngfiird. a i will ktuwn ii aIn: ". :m .(' full length on the boardwalk 1. J 1 II. Ilii/.en of Sarusota. Is here hug, lesults : Trustees elected\ T.

Federal Reserve District. hogs should purchase a barrel of !young nian of Lake IlutUi ,'''11111111 I \I ,i'h\, the nunfolded on his tin- week vi-itmg. relativeMr -. I L. ( IIIIIU" '.'. J, T. Andrews and l T.. (7.i

f Ott :Mr. :MattheKin, handing, the letter I, crude! oil. Every: store in the county ted snail( Tu sda> night I h b.vending hieart The appeal.iin of the body : and Mis: \\'. Andreu and\ 1 son, Johnson Throo mills nssoswcdThe .

in for publication -said that the! which keeps farmers supplies. should n Pistol bullet through his bruin. The indicate. that he had folded! his left I IJeddlsh.! of :New' I River, spent Sunday' request from. :Midway I school

'- compliment conveyed was as mu,h to'' have crude) oil to .sell to small farmersin body was not found! until Wednesday ,. arm on hill breast and hnd then reached here with friends. : laid over until next meeting of lint,nil.

--. othC'in the count' us to himself : gallon lots. This is without doubt afternoon when a colored mini going luinwith the right arm holdingthe A. II. Surienc.v' spent n few days of. Tho" board\ granted the petition from
many: ,
- and that h' wi"Ia"d" | those. faithful the most effective and economicalmeans clown to the lake "11t11t' body 1 lying pi-tid; close to the left ear nnd, lust. week with relntives in Alnchun. the patrons. of ('11""n school nod

workers to know that their patriotic of controlling. hog lice and other cm. the hnnnl. walk that InuN to thc that when the fatal shot was tired the '' Jerk Si>well is. on the convalescentlist I agreed to pay as much for transportation ; -

etfoits. nre full apprel'llIteThe\ letter parasites. public landing lie immediately Ira"cl1uti right/ arm fell across his body The \ this neck.Miss I I1 us the.v' ","IIJ.1I1J1IW"llI'inlL' for thentnintetutnre

fl'om11': :McFndden follows: (Crude oil may be applied in n11 ,'" of. I the gruesome" find unit the shot i.titi...i.I'd, the left enr and coursing: : . ;Marguerite Shriver, who has I of the' school.Ill's .

7i Atlanta. May::\ 21. 101!!. rietyf ways Probably the easiest officialnotified. Sheriff! Epperson: and. slightly upward came out back of the been going to school in ;\lillI'iII"1' J IJrlJllt ion ,,f |II.| jj; )Douglass| ns l

1 Mr. 1 H. S. :Matthews Chairman, way is to build a wallow of wood or Judge Gardiner, in order that an in- right I i.ii, The ear showed signs of (tIi.; 1.t'\III'n,1\ borne Siiturdny. supervisor' of :Nebo/ school accepted I

Shake, Fla. I' concrete nbout one foot deep. Fill it '111t< t might be held. powdci, burn on the inside indicating :: many friends are glad to see herb and, Mr. n"nfl''II ordered cprnmlosioiicd ;

) Velll'11'::\ :Matthews:\ : half full of liter and pour crude oil The olficors. left immodiately for thut lu had press,.,1! (the| weapon into home | to hake) his |daco.It .

- When the history of the great war on the' surface about one-hnll inch 1.111I1l1tl"I', but on Arriving there and the em The' pistol wax lying close I I Karl Pukes of I IhiUcs. was in our was moved that the" superintendent

is written the Liberty Loan army of de'p.h'n hogs have access' to Water learning the' ciicumxtnticos\ surrounding 1- by the ride of hilt head.JU i: town Sunda.v afternoon the' guest of furlli..h11': Mavis. with a 61)) J
the' tragedy, Judge. innliner, ice 1I- 1 !left sealed letter. addressed to'' friends, I Illation b
- A will be given high honor for on which this oil has been applied I a per cent to enable him to ,
me IK 1
a / I
ed that l1 not I1l'C".lIr.1t't'I' . ' in Jacksonville and withit Carl Lewis. of 1I111111' is enrplayed blanket t
its. .share ill the winning of the vic I t they will leave the accustomed wallow an I inn place and hunt the oil. This : circumstance. showed that it' n note.. asking that the letter he with the Western Union Tel1iginph i The 1"111'.1 1 adjourned, to meet on ;k

tory.Our foices were nn in their will absolutely. kill nil lice, flies, fleas.., was a ease of suicide.On mailed when his body was found. He :: Co, spent Sunday: here June 17th to arrange the budget: for I,
null- f determination\ and accomplishment army ; I ticks. and other parasites that infest Tm..., nftoiiioon be borrowed gave directions about the locution. t of i: i 1'C: :; Ilniuvy( of LaCrosse. was in the next scholastic year
'!,tit. but a \'nluntet'l.I'my without the need hogs, besides it will prevent mange n pistol. from; n friend saying that he' his h'I1111in Jacksonville: and the' disposition I' town Wednesday afternoon 1 r.. C. POWKLL,
>ys of military discipline; nn army in mud other skin diseases. Under) these would return' it the following mom1ing I of its i imtents. lie' also. expressed I: ( ;i. \\'. lla/.en motoicil, to StutlvO Attest : (Chaiiman.K. .

.nd which member was moved. by conditions bogs. will dunk enough of Between 11 and 12 o'clock thnt I regret in the note' for bunging :: Snturdny, iifteliiotm I:. I li. pOITii.L.I :

,Oci the sane every patriotic desire to be of service -: the oil to help control the internal parasites night he talked for a time with Night. tin- ,.o'l'OW! upon his nll..cll patents. :I Ii. W. Lewis und (tiny Pinholsterniotoreil Superintendent.i .
and equally entitled to the credit of hogs. Officer t! Thus, until the officer's. duties: ::Mr.:\ and 11rs.,1.:1: Lnngford! of I.ul llainpton Saturday nCl.r-1 ..
I '" called him to another of town He '.
satisfaction, '.' Crude oil may also be applied as! putt noon. i HI n\: ) s
numeration :'nm- the nr OF ;\IltS. \\ III. V\KMS: ; :
from the knowledge of a !l1'1'\'kl'l dip. In that case fill the vat with water was then seen going!' toward the Inke1by The' writing in the' note and on the I I :Mr. and ing othel're. and place oil on the surface about members of a family living/ in the envelope addressed to Jacksonville Louise, spent, Sunday here with .
{ for its achievement; without I one inch deep and drive the hogs! vicinity. Some time after he 1 passed'' was unmistakably his hand. wl'itillll''I friends.Mis.. . The Johnstown. cuniiininity has been 'I

well\ done.While through. This. oil may be applied on'' a pistol shot wns heard by this family and 1 there seems to be no room for : . ibie; Thomas and little diugh- saddened I by,: I the news" of I the passmij. 4 .

I who became there was faint-Iu n very artc,1 small and number fell the surface of the cattle dip and the but no importance was attached to'' doubt that he committed, suicide, after h" ', :Mabel( of l K.ufunl
ii hogs driven through. The oil may the incident a. it is not unusual I for | carefully planning/ the deed 1 end 1"with/ her parents, :Mr. and oldest re-idonts. of t the >section and thi P) ,
by the wayside, you can feel proud to nl-o be put on top of water in u barrel firearms to be discharged around they i i The Ih''u... buried at Swift Cieekcemeti Mrs: J. Sow'el I.On I. wife of one of Ihna I .I ford county's well r r' 'tS
know that you served the cause until. : )Known funnels. :Mm. .
and<1 the- pigs dipped.\ holding lake.The i.v' Thur-day. :I aciount of the' heavy' rain here Values had I been 1 1
the final battle .
uus won. t tII' them by the him! I'gTIll'I',. are mi unfortunate young man' coat The 'deceased was a biolher of :\1..1 Tuesday the work train. was kept busy Ulr"I'illgf"1II" c-iincer" for lifleeii
Very truly yours, I the market vurioudevices for applying ami hut were found near his bodycarefully D.I 1 I" Knight of this city' and deep : fur two ,davs. |I months Had she lived. until August f'

11.\YEIcF.IIIJEX.: Chairman., oil to hogs, such us rubbing posts ariangt'd the coat folded sympathy i ifelt for bet mid.l othei tol- Milcandrin< und ,,"n. of Jack-1 she' would have .passed, 1 her sixty-sev : b

Executive. -- ,--- etc., but these devices\ are unneces and the hat 1 lying upon it. Hibody ativeOUI. I .1. S. rovsjth.' of Jacksonville, enth birthday She hnd. boon for many
I I the wet-k-ciiil with his family.Kldon y enl;" coiiHistoiit member of thn
the farm of a practical man.
KKPOHT OF COl'tTYfaT; :: 1"'lIt'l
Let farmer ill the county provide : : llnxtei spent Sunilav Pi unit iv'o Hnptist church.Thou ;
himself every ut once with crude1 oil IIIIti'S: 111)1'1\G) : ; I l\Bu'IIIltit: \\ s ItoMlt-lll: : I. i noon. ... with f i'lends at (irnhnm.; mo. loft III mount the going '

To tho Honorable Hoard of Comissioneis end devices with which to apply it. IMO 1'1\1: i: 10'1'1:111-\1-i: ::: i: The ;Masons held their legular this life, ii lutgo niimbei nf friends,
i Bradford County: i Plenty of crude oil is worth more to \\"e 1110to amend, I the' Litany by ing in tic hall Sntiinla.v, .. ' IIw't.1 the, liusbaiid live' boys and four girls,
Piiuticnll.v nil time during the 1 adding..I 'Tionj any mare drives for. '
my all led. and all but throe
the vi-iuil hour. mail living
the hugs than all the patented, stuck mnl1t.1.,0,1 Lord I deliver us.-I'un- !Puii1Juno II).-Piemier
month has been used! in the con / I ,
past The' revival' meeting will begin at ill Ciadfonl coiinlj Mr.: and Mm.:
foods and stock tonics on the market ta iurda; 1I'I'al.1.11 . threw a new bombshell into the 'peacefnbiH /
trol of hog cholera. As a result I combined Additional information on . 1.lnwlwlI, he' !flatly declared! I thiI'ree Will Itaptist i church Monday, "III.IIt.1"1',' married I in .\Ujlll..t.. 1K73, }

think the ravages of the ,disease has this subject will be gladly furnished ('.\ nII.\\: 11.11M: II nt the "('!lsillll of the "big four" that I night Kev: \\ii>iliird. of Dukes. null and in Doce iibor, of tho same year
been r'dm'a\ I' us I am able to.. moved into the .place, they have been
out in "n app Iicntiun* to the undersigned.O. I Itul\ will stand uneiiuivocnlly uponthe ""lIvill '. vvhii has I"'n.j..itinJl' near r
learn cholera has been stamped liv .
here, town I'ridny.Ill ing over since
CASWELL. of London and carte in
W. refusing
> last afternoon any
On Saturday< at 5 a
the vicinity: of Graham and the condition Agent. all suggestions ofI \: 'inkley I Lives. mid :Visa. Annie :Mc-: :'oil''III'II" in his i bereavement" roIIl1'ml..I' +
County compromise.Conning
and IluifoiJ im-I : o'clock at the .home' ofl: r. ant :Mrs 1
about Luvvtey '
at momcntw hen nmic- I 1",1. of \Vorthmgton, spent, Sunday the) many kindnesses, shown I \ '
found !Stephen Carter near Kingsl(> lake, n an
proved. Last week, however I . . , . aI'RIMN y nl.h. solution of the Adriatic\ problemhad heie with Mr and MiL.I T. Osteen. the foully and the ministrations to n
:, ," i ; few was u pretty -
a small herd l badly infested a very I I the deceased and wishes }
been with :Mr. and hi4. T. :'II. l.imhuugh, of I. (to vxpreR
'V expected greater! certainty
when Mr.: Hardy Williams T
miles west of Lake Butler and todayI '
visitois town ; j grrilitlali' through Telegraph.
Stllrk1' to our \1011-1
4> than this news cast deep (
EWSOTES: over a
discoveiod a new outbreak ill Starke. : : FAKM: of !Starke, und :MisJulia Carter wereunited .
.* gloom over conference circles. and III day afterinion.Mrs. -
to. in the holy estate of matrimony -
If we- could induce our farmers .S new crisis I semis lot iii lnu'Ii t.A : . J. Sluiver was in Hampton' I I1. nn : imiios i"In> :: \ \1
r4'i by Rev E. C. SaumlerThe
either kill all .sick hogs or keep them \ i| afteriiniin.
confined. in "small pens it would not belong ( By V. :M. Hugg) ,wedding. was. u very quiet one, only a soon us I the Italian prime minister Sutuiday the '
1 1 hud made Iris ,declaration' of I'r' A. KiiKsell: was n visitor to
new I Wav out bj Wosiorn tank
ffri..n,11I being : n water
"before we could bring the disease! Kaiford June 4&-Last Saturdayevening \\' afternoon. I I'
I war on all compromises, Piesjdont county 'seat IrH'lIdIlY : One mid November
under control. To do this it would bonecesnry / the colored, prisoners>I of this bride is the charming daughter! '' Wilson, eliminated himself from thedt.iussiun I :Mr. and Mrs: W. 1 IIl1rc'fo"t 1 and. Inside l box dray
that " "outbreak' of chol- institution- staged a'CI'y fine play : of :Mr. and l :Mrs. !Stephen' Carter, und i I children of Sanderson were victor nn empty car

era be reported to me promptly and, which everybody seemed to enjoy. is. admired and loved by all whose. leaving" ,Premier of th.Irillti Lloyd Grange'question. and lit( the homo of Mr.: and :\11.... 1'1.: 'I A 'poor' .dying holm. lay

every known means of bringing the Superintendent hitch ill his opening: 'i privilege it is to know her. :Mr WilIinms : i fool nfteinoon.Mrs 1
I Safe Sunday ; i
(lemenceuu to endeavor swinging His. stood beside!' him
partner '
disoa-e" under control should< l be exercised address, expressed. his appreciation H one of our honored soldier (Oilando around. ; S. V. Andn was i With In111111
\ I am preparing/ a circular I letter for the .co-operation' and /good work boys who went "over the top" three list last work but i is improving( nt this! I. n drooping head
'c'r'otl'r in the In doing so the president. dei! 'hired Listening. to tho last words
to be mailed to ('\ time's to help bring the Huns to their .
county asking. them to co-operate tl.4. kne-es. in unmistuknble terms the United 1 w riling Jim Hoiiulass and wife, of Aliuhua, I 'the poor. dying hobo said. '

with helping to I subdue this disease occupied byflee States would, in no circumstances her ; ,
ire in side being almost entirely The' .voung n couple will reside in the were in town Sunday morning. '
If our farmers would foil.' I people from all parts of thetnte.. .,. 1 I-u: Stiirko:; ,. ""I't iun. They have the! runic u putty to tinLondon ,part which. : l II. ,1. llynl, and daiightei. :\IIIIo.lan.1. 'l I'm going to n better is land.Where .
he I is reported to hll.hlll'lll't..I'iz' tho-e in-tructions wo could, extermln !- Bit Will-! state 1 Physician from Tallahassee ( visitors l.
best wishes of then ft lendfor a long Vmiiie i Lane, of irahiim.; were !
',. Vis" an "infamous" agreement i \\ hand-outs grow on bushes
iti. rh?! i a f"ii in tl'e 'iiurt':: and it wall among those present. und happy wedded life i iF. I hero Snturday afteinoon.Michael .
",.Id ..ot be necessary" to vaccinate I Saturday, evening June 7th pictures -- .--- -- Strong intimations have been reaching 'I it II.r''U.! of Bradford, spent And' you can sleep out every night."Where ,

all the hog- in the county. were shown with a few selections conference cm'!les for some days, : here.collie r
: in do not hove to work at all
In addition to the hog cholein workI I from the girls of the institution.It mTiiIt : that pro-termini; influences are being 1 I ; \\.k, of Santa I'e. was In you 1'a
have initiated n project at Dukes to is the management's desire to alternate (ought to bear on public opinion in I town Sunday afternoon. Or even wash your sock,
,\n.llittlo streams of good, old booroCome
the farmers into a Cooperative have that Italy working to cieute internal discoid :
organize the shows we so is with deep sorrow that the :\11 sllIm'i: ( Oliver) and sisters Oaiitey ( trickling down the rocks"Tell .
I.itOf'k: Shippers Association. there will be something new each ; news wn received! !. here. Tuesday: of demanding the retirement of the laid Willie ;Mae, nnd Iris Godwin,
Also ut Hampton I have undertakento week. They are arranged as follows: : the death of :Mr. F. J. Stewart at hid Oilando delegation: in favor of ono of fine Hill, attended church' here
organise; n Co-operative Sweet Po- One week, comedy and ministrcls, the headed! by former Premier iiolitti.; 1 Siindn. '. my sweetheart ill old Kentucky '
home near IVIhum at ten o'clock > '
tote Shippers Association. I think f..llowinlCk.! pictures I. and the next :Monday night. :Mr.:\ Stewart had been The i internal I situation in Italy isasiiming 1 I Iln i ley llu/.en I und Guy Pinholster That no mole' her face I will view;

the (prospects" for the success ut these Eaton placed bj the white prisoners. in fulling health fur months und HCVeial u more and more turbulent I attended the pert' lit the hiiino of Mr. Toll her, I've caught my last freight

co-opciutivo organizations are favorable We have with us several professional. weeks ago had. been tntlnnta ,', hll laetel'. The press! continues iiiinnIDIMIIS I'HII'kIllUII, of Louise, Friday, night. I '\IIIIIII,.' laiiildiiignow me" throu h. i.

but the results. are yet to be : nun and prom good piny-. for ho-pitul treatment" but to no avail i in supporting( I Orlando. and his : Mr. mid :Mrs FmnkIIlrou., of

woiked out.During Claud C. (Hicks a life time prisoner and, xtcaddy /growing worse deathcame :. .IIIlIa i at Palis and is vigorously. I Now Itiver: Were in town Saturday "'1'.11 hoi not to wait for meNo ,.
2 the month have had 18 calls from. Duval county, and who was employed na relief fiom his sulfenngs fighting/ Piosuleiit, WII II"'" views. of afternoon. tears ill her eyes. must. lurk,

". for information at the office I have J ,: by the Seaboard Rllih''IIIII'"m- ;Monday night :May Uiith.Fuiotnl ; I of !the! Adriatic question. f'h,' h'rnh......, of Now River attended For I'm !going lo a good old land,
written 102 letters ,distributed, & bulletins -' pang prior to. his arrest has just been services fmm ;strikes:. have partly ,puiulyzcd" some : church here Sunday Nit night Whenwont I have to work"
made 1''i! its to members ofboys pardoned. His father came i after him. were of the large cities including Rome. Nn- Leila Mae and Mann Andreu spent
I clubs, visited. 77 farmers vaccinated :Mr. (links wns one of the best liked the homo near Pelhnm Tuesday after !pll"! ., Venue and Turin and l the so- Sunday afternoon here with Inoz Abel Tinhobo stopped' bin bond' fell back t yl'
for JJ different farm- | and bus held l noon. P.A.. I B.! Wall pastor of the (Yeti his last refrain
t I'' 10i7! hogs men on the farm many inih-t party still thieutens u general ; 'nathy.Mis sung! ;
I err. and traveled by automobile 510. ic-pon.sible. positions. that free men Polham :Methodist church. I'nndUt.tinlCth. national' walkout in protest agumst I ; I 1) Mnlphiiispent: part of lust HM partner stole. hit. hat and I coat i +j

mil(... I had previously I h(),I. It i. an evident services. The remains wore then the peace settlements. Italian peaceolln week in . And' aught an emthound train a;

;. Respectfully gubmited, i fact that he has muny friends in the brought to Camilla\ through the country 'nils hen1! take the'i..w. that the ; Thomas, nt I tin ford, wits in : -(("Jeo.; W. III'yee. A
O. \V. CASWELL: | where he met his fate due to and, interred in the family lot at
county ,industrial, crisis in their county now town "Friday afternoon.
the old cemetery with concluding! services !
County Agent. the bundled- pleading lettersent 1 is nothing in comparison to what it :Mrs.1'. M 1 I. I BIII''Cont and daughter, cordially invited.
I to the board in hi- b.half.Ve miss at :10> :: o'clock! would. devi.lop! into if the peace confiiincu Inespent" Saturday! in Alnchun. I.IK-tan IIn.1llIrvin; la/.eii( of

rnNfii: IN: TKAI.V .SCHEDULES: : : !, him very much. Others were pardoned :\11'h'wart:; was born und brought finally derides. against Italy I Miss: Tavi- Andrea. spent Sunday (;nnu'svdlt, spoilt the week-end hero

\', )I within the past ten days up in Camilla and had passed/ his fif on the Adriatic issues.! with her brother, K:. Andreu, Sr. with their, pmontsMrs .

'I Following is given the new train :Manly:\ Luck who has been chief tieth year when death overtook him. :, ---- -- I :Mrs' U D Johns and little son. : It.nttn Cone and sons, of Hai-:
schedule, which went into effect last clerk to the superintendent. is still on He was. always kind, and, generous( of'. and llubertof New River, ford have been visiting ;Mrs. L Cone,
I "n.
l \ .:nunfm.T.: : :. .: l:>:; HIS; 7b TilItlinilllXV .
Sunday : the job where he has distinguishedhimself disposition, possessed! many estimable I i were shopping' in town :Monday after of non holes'
11:07a. trustworthy traits of character and numbered his Mrs. :Melvin of Starko lust
No ::1.t Jacksonville to Tampa : as being the most noon. spent'
m. person in prison.. His duties are very friends by the hundreds. :Mrs. 11. \V. Hazen I is better lit this week hero with relatives and friend-i.

I No. 1. Jacksonville to Tampa llo:;:; heavy and require long hours. lie has Early in life he joined, the :Methodist I :Mr. F. ('. Haiidop, one of our old 1 1I writing. Steve Hnguo and.I daughter, MlisOllio !

p. m. many friends! who would rejoice in his church and was a faithful member to I unfederate. soldiers\ celebrated. his A. U I;. )Leny, ut Waldiv, pawed ( of Old Bradford, worn shopping\ }
No 21. Jacksonville to Cedar Key, pardon. the lust :Mr. Stewart was married lath birthday.Iune :ind by inviting his through town Friday. ill town :Monday afternoon.Misses .

5:04: p. m. Bible class I is ht'\ the dining about twenty years nil to Miss I :Ma children and grandchildren to spendthe Several the! :young' folk gathered : Ole and Mildred, Oldhan. of

No. 4, Tampa( to Jacksonville& : room of the white barracks each Sunday mie Taylor of Providence, Fla., who day with him All were present. at the! home of :Mr. and Mrs. M P.Mathcny Euu: liallio; were the guests! of :Mis '

p. m. night with a largo attendance with their two sons Lorenzo aged u- follows : :Mr.:\ and Mrs: J. 1) Tob- : Thursday and enjoyed music I InoAbernnthy; Sunday nfternoonMr .

No 2. Tampa to Jacksonville, 5:05: Col. A. 7.. Adkins. of Starko, is a eighteen and, Cecil aged: fifteen, arc l ler. of Eustis. Joe :Mosley of Waldo)! I, and games : and Mrs. J. C. Crews mid two j
a. m. friend to the prisoner! and he is considered left to mourn his loss. Ills aged father :MrSnllie Tison of Sturke, :Mr and :Miss liertit: Thomas. was In town ,/daughters of Hradford) l. were in town

No 20. Cedar Key to Jacksonville, the most efficient! attorney in :Mr. J. L. Stewart who has! beenin :Mrs. Sim Kelly. :Mr and :Mrs. W. KHaislop .. I Saturday afternoon. Saturday afte-rnoon.
pardon cases in Florida. He could) ) bed for months! ill with the infIrmities :Misses. Louise und Heba Allen II. C Ilichard, of Staike. i is spending :Misses Orn Melvin rday l R ith New.som .

9:50: a. m. 2:37 have three times as many cases as he of old age his mother, two sis- I and Fred l Haislop of the Rising. n few days here attending to business were in town S att afternoon. 1'
No. 15. Jacksonville to Tampa, wished them. :Moul- Mrs: L, A. Brown and. children left ,
has if he t"-rMrs, : J. C. Stanford, of section." The dinner table was bountifully .
p. m. 6:03 The prison population would like to trie, and Mrs. W Moore! of Tampa spread with everything good! I P.PV: Parrish of Valdosta\ Ga., will Wednesday! for a visit with relatives !
Jacksonville. :
No. Ifi, Tampa to see :Mr. Adkins! in the attorney gen Fla, also survive the deceased. i tn eat and in the afternoon ice cream conduct the meeting Attend. I nt lIraMfltli.J. .

p. m eral's chair in the next go-round. The many friends of the family are and cake were served. The guests. enjoved Mrs. W. II Pmhohter of Pine Hill 1 Worthington of Sparks, !Ga.! wasa
Wannee Branch wished 1 :\1 Hall- prominent visitor, hero, last week.
in deep sympathy with them in their the event and r. was' in town Friday Afternoon.
No 101 leaves Starke. 7:4: & > a. m. be empoweredto .. Anderson loft Tuesday nftenoon -
should not Mrs [
so; women bereav..mcnt.-Pelham I Ga. Enter lop many more birthdays Ellis Demon; spent part of last J
No 101 arrives Starke. 5r: p. m. make laws to govern the state." In --. week In South Florida to bo at the bedside. of her slltor .

this case! the women will say: "While prise. "IU::n\Tl-ru.\S: S. V. and I{. A. Andrea were visitors and hild at I .....iku, who are very
:Mr Stewart was well known in the'
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stillI 111I.
Same Way in Florida. you ought to have known better to New River Tuesday nfternoon. ( -

Ohio is supposed to be dry but the am sorry for you."-Apalachicola western many part friendi of Bradford who will county be painedby anjhR.j I i :Morning worship-at 11 a. m. in connection : Mrs. II. C. Clemens of Alnchun, \I P. S. Colion< other left Monday Western for points.EI( i
fine and imprisonment Times. Wednesday afternoon hero with Paso Tex, and
omitted the
legislature the news of his death. with which the quarterly communion I housekeeping at
clause of the law hence .--- will be held her daughter :Mrs. R. A. Andreu. His family aro light 11
!In the Pitt Tomlinson has returned home There will be a choir practice next !I the home of I. W Pinholuter, Jr. {
there is no offense to liquor night at 8:30. ,
from Emory College Any pupils! de.mng to be coached: !I Preaching at Will fJuv; Pinholster motored I to IIamp ,
the Ohio legislature was for the summer Saturday night at the Free Baptist |
If II. '
controlled by women, the men would Oxford. Ga. where he is a medical during the summer call 110 for information C ABERN'ATHY.Pastor! churc.h Everybody that can sing ton Sunday afternooni .
and term! Naomi Digg It. '
have gleefully cried out, "I told you .tudent ;.

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[NIL'I""al. Cap- lnprutemenl' Orvlcel]
To get tinMH'St' out "f liii"* they

fWSHoomEs-r Should be robed In relatively small

wY w. 'j numbers) cm farms when there Is
; waste such nn skim milk : LOOK for the
t .i SMOKING buttermilk culled. fruits and vegetables .

Ip b .A; grain and forage t fields! to glenn, t
1 S TOBACCO.A and) other foods) which would otherwise ""g sealed packacc! but

b sfiv I be vast loi"| or marketed with ..lIllklllty.I ..

{ j live the nnlmnls! green pasture hut # r t have an eve out u'ot'

I also "Blvi-, them a plentiful supply. ofcoriecntrnt"d

rI t I foods.I . ]jEi CE t also for the n.ameWJfMBGi&2YS. I }
Feed the young picsvt until the
I 'T'lME given the right chancc- ore ivnd.v, fur the market, which ohoulJ I '

puts character in a men's' face, | be ut iihout 160 pound. $ Li' !
| Provide) slmdo nnd fresh drinkingi

}wrse-sense under his hat, and mellow F i wutor.I I
Is your protection
I Ian, not exert, hogs during wnrm name
e I fren'liness into his tobacco. '! wenther.p. I

dI ..,. self feeders for finishing market r acMlnst: Inferior

I I hogs; I
1J3oe. Imitations. Just as the
Prevent hog cholern by vncclnntlon.tin .
r I
r not feed! lice, but kill them by I "c sealed package is pro s
I im'nn" of using the dipping vat or w
v r annum' device. whereby the hogs rub
.t, ; may 'frnrs' aaalnst impurity.
tectlon ;:
Time j j is a big f factor in giving i i I prude. nil over their' bodies.I I > t
: "?//I up your herd' by keeping only !

a L Velvet Tobacco its mildness alld ; ':' the lust. Individuals, and breeding( to i The Greatest Name 7
n pun-bred sire of the same breed.!

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_Er alt
rt Velvet for two whole i in i TNnMonal Crop Improvement !8,'rvl' *. ]
ages years I There, ore tunny plans of financingthe I

wooden i hogsheads. I During this e I pit club bo)'. Jinny bunks lire Lt w r.
I now ready" to take the hoy's note nJ.iltr

long period the choice !Burley leaves Moeurod," for both animal nnd feed." \ un-I The

: In the endless. chnln plan n ,.,... Flavor 1 f Sealed Thht { ;

take on a kindly quality of coolness or a.batik: agrees to furnish the female Lasts Keel Rlttti ?_
pig' / itnl. agrees. to take In return one

I, a rich fragrance I or inure pits from ,the, lnrren' ... The

15ealhCalS loiitrnct, /generally provides I that the
a taste that hay shall belong to n pig' club anal! observe
Its rules. and follow. ns far ns }' HEWING UMi'

top i pc rio, '-stie| the Instructions and! suggestion / i' .Irs. r'ia.
j liy the club lender find to make
I l smokers-old and t'I"1 nil of the reports. required.! The man I

who furnishes the sow agrees to cArry

the risk of death from causes! that lire
not due to negligence< oa the part of the

Don't hurry, but just boy.The boy agrees! to breed! the hog

4( not less than eight/ months of
t walk into the next store /
age: to a registered boar of the snme 18

and lay down a dime breed' and to raise the resulting litter

under, the same rules that govern the ,
and nickel andav
a care of the now.Tlie .

..i /ILVl: ;1"thctohao.A boy then agrees"" to give the mnn
wlio, furnished the sow first choice< of
that isn't harsh but Our NeighDO'-j! burden.If :: NEW
co nil the little female pigs, anal! In en"o
is friendly. 9t It Is ngreed) to breed. n second< time during n little falr.v\ .should<' 01'1"[ ir und IDLE
| make visible I the I";id ,'MT.V' ua'rtrl 1 < "irrles. .
the jenr. n gerund! choice Is given HOTEL
some slal'llllidNioVirii' ,!I " < "1'1'
lit t the, age of eight/ weeks. These twoplu
result and our sj-npitbos' : ,o! *
nre then considered full paymentfur
Jno1.UvI' t'd.. th,- original; now and! the boy'Is en- Uy broudt'U.-'New' V< irl, 1; I I'1: i ''i //I EllfOpt> llP! Complete! flodora ScrecneJ

.. ,, Ile tl'l.'il! III nil that he. cnn make.Tinre outside rooms.Stem Heated 'I. -'vp'CafQin

nre ninny variations In this tOMet1lollCOIWQI\IQl\t toyeryt"illj.Jr\ ,
J Colds! Cause Grip and Influenza
t pl'ii In ruse the sow pig Is receivedu l\e)ol f of City Send For Booklet! .. '
ff rl( :'>:I'I:' LAXATIVE PROMO QlIl rfrrn.vp I' e .
y &t ( !"u (h.! chili member nt vvonnlnff age! ,
cause. There Is only coo "Dromo QuioiaeE.
nfi"Ji"l'M "itFII: :fJ tit" t.Igs. (r"11Ih.\ .' first lifter nt the
,:, W. GROVE'S inntura|) OD box. 30c.
: aini.. > tim "r one from the first nnd

it Roll a VELVET Cigarette .. .:. ::<' .j the second( rainy ho returned.! -

Trpry :: jm ran ITftie because his
wiiI fl.liUlt) h'I., -
n business mnn he will
nchvlll bnld, food only for a few (National 1 ,I'rop' [Improvement, Service! ]
(fVntlortftl Crop (Iml'rnV""H' R"r\rt'l" be on the hlili rood, to success. E. WILSON
In ,'M-ry rniiiiiiunlty where there Is a minutes. The feeding. of young pigs> figs that are kept, In pictures

pig i'lul boy you Dnil the t llvlns'' on- three" or four times' n day at first Is PIG CLUB ARITHMETIC."I where. I they, hove amass' to green succulent STARKE FLORIDA

ample or I proirr./ -<. IICIMIII-C. , having good,| business.. Small amounts of feed! grnoses\ ", 1nol sa1..r from nnliter GENERAL INSURANCE

noililiik' to unlearn' h. |properly' auras, Hint will be donned up quickly< and. shortage! ns unnh HH those that
from the hAnk '
fur lil> |pig; llli'l l "riilliuiliisili'iilly' \ Inlkf feeding, nt frequent, Intervals Is highly topny are fed'1 In ,dry lots on ,dry feed. If the FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILEK.
fur Ilnmlll
to father lirotliiT nml l lKliliori, nml8hns Important. my sow snys Hroolt ofJncksonvllln dry f> eil J needs con-lderable! water to I
Texns. "She
!tlu'lIhis pig lu proof of ills dropped ten fin i lu-r the work of digestion/ the, more
plK- I rnlsi-d nine pics/ and sold I eight:
clnlini.Thf a. II 11' i-iil.'iit green feeds will I be eagerlyrni'iMi !
PIGS NEED EXERCISE. for $ !IH.< T valued.
I kept one pig nt $10
tnoKt skoptlpiil'' nro bonnil. to ho nfterwHi-il.! Mnny feeders'' anal O. 1'AINTKH FKIJTILIZKIJ
and the IOnWII" worth $:i.i::; Totnl $.1().
convinced, Unit they have' overlookiMHoniiitlilnir Probably nothing The Intnl.'n..t of feed! (Inured nt :3 centsn .lack.sonvillc
dtn f fattening hogs to eat more for- ,
and that the pig club boy and /ifrowthlnpus ns exercise ; or put- tiny! amounted to $7.:HO. and,. I paid .
hiii n.It.1, a m\v liic'i-nllM1 to ilo bctt tine It the other age tint helps balance the ration hy Inscrticiilcs.
wny round!, nothing harts $.I:: 75;; borrowed, money leaving Sprayers Poultry SuppliesFor
.T and add to the Joy of ",'III ;. will stunt 11 pig quicker than lACk texercise. fumNhlng\ protein ns well ns noting
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net profit. My cow find pigsIn ihirlyir< "e h \e bean minufi.mnng frrtili/.r ihn
ns n laxntlve.Hut .n jure"-'we have
KnriniTly kings In 11.Inulh! were not lt.a. :lnnlnic Krndunlly even few lomers satisfied cus-
n days.FOOD in Florida.Write.
every county m .
c n'r".1, us colluternl, but the hllnk'i young pigs must be Induced< to move for breeding hoIIn'/ growing
pigs, one cannot /go far rong In allowing For t.alrtt Price .i.l. l'ri"PIt
always i
ors nilh.I\'" nuri'i'il! to "" n out. in line with QstalitpBOOST
r i t..rnwr". for one nr more brood. ow, I, FOR THE FAMILY. the animal to .decide when he wants

r when" rei'oiiiiui'luliMl, \ I. their water and bow much. lie generally/ I.
.' BCwtir: land l generally l'nn..I.I'r. that a I'' When every Southern farmer reall7is the lest, Judge, of both fund,I and drink.

young brooil saw Imniunlzi'il by n romI [National, Crop Improvement St r\',,"" l tbnt h. Is piirtlriilnrly blessed In Home State
>Ptent exi,Tt. on hon i-holern N worth FurnNh your IIOKS with mineral In soil sad i !taint ti. the Idea. that he must BIG HOGS AND YOUNG ONES.National your by sendingyour

:415: more Ilinn the ,,fn-ihloneil ho.,?. dome form It Is exscntlnl. for the buy his toot In runs ulll seem to him

Tile.. Ill|' club hays. nre revolutionizing ntnintet ante of their bodies, nnd to silly ma tail cxtrtmisrunt\ 1v.'ry fnrmhould [ Crop Improvement Service] Mail orders Florida
the hot": Industry and nre proving fncllltnte digestion and, to produce "raise: Us awn hags and 1 hominy. The most desirable hn/Cot/ are those to a HouseOur
bones. The Colorado that weigh :211! pounds, but mnny otth..m
thnt the nurlonlmnil col-
Av'rllIIrnwr/ 1 Is wnstlnK his\
.. i loge recommends the (,,1111\1110 nre good up to 3V(,) pounds, depending Service has National
time raialntf cotton on cotton. / { mixture MICKIE SAYS given us prominence
II I stntlnic thAt It Is especially' < /good, on their physical construc<

I for hags In that It furnishes unit and, "O".S" 1 "" ..1E 10B0.A4 tion.
4 HOG CHOLERA SERUM. nt the same time rids the animals! ofwonus I BUTf' IOU X r4T' Thnu"AnI'l'olln, ,! hogs, pound for
pound, are not ns"' valuable ns hogs
fVntloniil. r*rop Improvement 9rrvtrel! I thnt weigh. I less, becnu their fatness FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERYLEADING
liti. soft coal [ I
I The I'nlteil States: ili-pnrtment' of RI' HERE I J STNOU'O WtSN1 Oj UR
'I Ihs snit I IIbs. 1 I""*" mostly bird, and other things thus
rtftiltuTB says thnt there Is nn Increunl (XSK SOIV EBOON WHO ]
fcnin and bacon and chops! It Is the Everything in BOOKSLINES
l nag. of ,serum nrl-I'ue from the !ifooitTMUlts I IIlr."lnkt'lIm4".! I \s. "'eou1N 4e 11'E'1
1 bu. IIMWM.I ' fut, that do\ops) on such hogs and, not
of the government Inspection."Serum 1'H\Nl OF WORK AND
will prevent the ill..ense but Ihs. sulphur.U OUR .'.,'.;. OUttIF 'VOO OO. tile Iatt'tat. Complete Office Outfitters
Quick pork I Is the desideratum"" nowBdnys -
will not cure II." sny Dr. C. I' Fitchof < I :U copperns.MK WELL NAVE, ANOTHER
Mlnnesntn nil of the Ingredients. except tbo NEW CU S1'OMe.a. \ and the packing houses preferthem ,, Toys and Athletic Goods
Thf fact that there hnvp been :i ""I'I'.rn"' Dissolve. the coppcrnn In nI heeniisp' they cnn/ keep up the
no I quart of warm xvnter and! nit to the uiilf"tnlty "of their' brnnd.\ and they
wuopiiiK losn.-s cholera I Artists
through hag and
Surveyors Draftmen's Materials
1II1 !llr.'. This mixture should, he kept are ertnln to have young and tender
I In districts
h.-r the scams Is u"ed .
befuro, the hoc nf all times. A self ment.EMry
I proven __etltcncy 1 feeder. compartment, or a trough, con KODACS Photographic Supplies
bo used, for this purpose' .
I 7T Thermos Bottles Safety Razors

WHERE TO GET PIGS. :1'2-b ) ; .

11 We carry complete stock in all our lines
i iCcramrrbt7izm
(fXatlonn' Prnp" trrrrovmnt 8rvli 1
The lender of the boys' nail, /Clrl,,'
clubs will hnve no, illrtlculty< In locating Printers Lithographers Engravers

some purebred. .stock, of almost any c0 'E

breed! desired.! Mast. of the leading s o (c :Manufacturers of Loose Leaf System .

breeders' of the country will make a
price which the "boy cnn nfTord to pay

(p l4rrlion LJu"ot.7'.rPJJ_13 oaf nt wennln time this ""rln.:. and If TN N. 6 W. B.STATIOt1fQY .
- --- nny hay, does,! not, cure to pay for the PIG CLUB RECQRDS I
pig nt time of purchase. O
FOOD FOR YOUNG PIGS. can he made with the ..Arrllnlt"lIIpnt"l ineiiihi\ r "f u t pig rluh} should '

1 hank to take the boy's. ke..p a r...."ni i of his work, lie "ni''nldwiich ; -
(NanA 'Mil i 1'I':ivru' .' t ftrurlo'x \ : I
,grant,; ,of feeil. Including\ security until nn nitreed date when eV. :; his pig:; what he gat.a' him anal BOOK ANO ART STORE. -
I auceulonrt'! nit protein' ore! essontlal the project; U completed. It Is very .. ee k. ep .1 ciireful nccouut of the weight.:

but the feeder should remember that necessary' that the boys should! make and ''".t of fart find the monthly 45-49 W. Bay St. 32 Ac 46 Forsyth St.

the stuniiich of the pip Is omall. This friends with the tuslness men early weight, :; nf she, hIt!g. Me will be expected J

Is why the ii'.. jet* the reputation of ,ts lu. life, tor n*. soon in the farmer box to write n complete report from
t'.rlllnln to end.

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"for this_ DQW"nIY huuntlni sorrow,
dal OYJ7'Fe fNa'. onal Crop Improvement Service J my t terror by night and day-Jack baa

Il> .nine\ of the economy with which After Darkness been taken prisoner by the Hermann..

s the pig converts its food Into edible,
Do you know what that may meant 1 WIt
4 Y I flesh :his animal steadily, Increases' In '
t wai through the Rd Croit I obtalnvd c
Iniportnmv, as our population becomes my Information but they could

I more denseFrnrtlfally. B* ACNU a BROGAN tell nothing further H. 1_a prisoner. ti

every fernier should raise' Those fiend.* are his! keepers." t y

and fatten pigs for family consumption Soothingly' the matron cur*
FEEDING THE UNWEANED PIGS. It not fur market, upon culls and surplus (COD" "" ... 111*, br w.M<.. '.......!>.. Oaloaj I I girl's soft dusky heir It was they

potatoes and sweet potatoes. In that Annabell Lee was admitted Into
She had lain like that for 'oy-the
[National Crop Improvement SerMce order to profitably conserve a vuluftblenutrltle the home. and heart of the great city:
ttleblt..taepd her
At two or three weeks of ago, the material that would otherwise one silent 'i hospital .

pigs will begin to manifest an Inter he wasted. Pigs/ will properly I pathetic eyes gazing. without rvrognl- lOut ttu haunting terror lingered Id j ji
tlon. The tiny warm body. at her
_' now. At this utilize ninny other by-products! of the I j i,I her eyes.. A newspaper's heading was r

Many theorists who are old enoughto slderntlonsl"' Exactly so : but such time unweniiod PUs should have a low farm such ns dairy byproducts and I side the luip..rutlvti baby cry. had : sufficient to drive all color from tba>
failed to her. Much the "
know better ore advocating that amen advice must be made definite In order set trough burred to keep away the kitchen and garden wastes, as wellas rouse nurse taco upon which suffering had left Its 4
and doctors had
who produces nil that he can that the lay and Inefficient may not bigger pU. and they should be encouraged /grains' that cnnnot otherwise be I counted upon, baby'spower mark And then one night: like S t'
hut the mother heart
} on his farm Is foolish because they take it as an excuse to lout, on the to go to it to ntl' fy their profitably disposed of. young weary child, she mink Into a sort of 11
have noted at various times that small hunger. The use therein of sweet milk: We should dismiss the I idea that grieved too deeply, to turn aton11 waking sleep from which not even

r crops have sold for more money In Job."It Is true thnt If every factory In I and a little mill feed or pig meal will profitable. hog raising belongs to the to rejoicingTh the cry of the little new lift at her
aptenl the girl's
the aggregate than larger crop the Vnlted States should make nothIng soon Induce them to eat a great denl corn belt only. IVmunrk raises no very helplessness side! could rouse her.
had for her
"Suppose In a crop-failure year that but collar buttons we would soon In this way, thus supplementing' tilt corn yet produces\ more pork of the bestowed won In the luring cnrvfreely fall The doctor sighed' as though weary
corn should go to $10 n bushel? It have more collar buttons than couldbe milk of the sow and, hastening their highest/ quality than any other equal{ night she hud come to the hospital."If of the hopelessness about him. Tile

;you have no corn what ,good would disposed of; and the same thing h I sturdy, ,growth area In the world! The South. can I she had "I matron's rye were filled with tear

that do you? Would It be better for true of farming. VII not be misled j| Wc>anlnic nt four weeks of age Is u.unlly prndiiie hogs.. more cheaply, than any will make may stay hugged: I.IIUIIuIIRhl1l Lee had eudxnredheielf
I myself usuful innibbingtloors
a few farmers who have ram to make every farmer must produce all of the i i]i not of gmid practice ; If not nc- other ,place on earth. It that be > to till. Then townrd. the

big money out of the farmers In the corn oats hay, forage. wheat sirup, tunlly cruel the change l I" too sudden )I'ltx produce M pound of !gum In from. I,I The inn Iron rosy looking, miywnv at the smalt down of nor. long. night ennui !suddenly -

crop-failure section and others who Irish and' sweet potatoes, vegetables, for best results. four t.. five pounds of dry' matter while white hands hud !!smUti] n sound\ of bells through. the >E

have no corn? milk butter fruit nnd nil other products Two litters u year may bo had If tha fntti" Hlng rattle require from ten to 12 "I could Annabel cltj'-which. ,grew:: rapidly to a universal -
carry trays nt leant. '
"Suppose' every mon should cut of the soil first to properly lI"urI' pigs are encourneoil to eat while still pounds., The pig >''Ielils. from 73: to pd. Lev eagerly ,suggested.. cliimor of triuta\ |>h. y

down his Ish his own household and, second to nurxlng. and. If they are not weaned per rent of his live weight ns. dressedcjimi ( YoUv called out In the street helow 1
acreage of cotton to boostthe Then the matron comforting thelittle
feed the outside world. | until six .r eight. weeks of II'':". This ..s ; the steer only 53;; to OS per . Alxne ill dime the IIIIw"h,, '.*
price. Would
the man with thesmallest homelexs creature lief ore the
Distribution Usually to Blame. probably Is the better practice Jubilant cr."Peace. : IJermnny has
amount of cotton get rich? | cent.No gas fire In h.>r'n pleasant room, .
"The trouhle Is not usually In over- When pigs. nre left with the sow' for other. line of stock farming cnn surrendered! .
:Nobody asks you to prowcotton nt a had drawn from Aunulivll 1,,'., her
loss there hundreds production. Distribution N to blame periods us lung im ten to twelve weeks so qni'kl>' I be brought. ti> (profitable' productli.n Cautiously the lioNpltnl matron

; tire of things for mOAt of the trouble although of ; she will wenn th11IlI'r.\ .edf. but It Is with limited 1 capital I Invested story. stepped forward, to close the window, ; +
that can be successfully urowu at a She had fallen In I lov. with a ynutig ,
course there Is timewasted, for two litters are Im In tock and equipment the w hen khv I looked back nllnill.lIl1l1h..11 l ,, t
always the danger. I as> cnn .
profit. Why he n slave to cotton? Hut I civil ..n"III..r11.. had! tern upon tli*
that too many farmers will monufnc- possible.When. making of. fluent tr..mlh., pig. In runny Lee, blinking likes wiikeiieil child
when you di> grow cotton grow on broad, road near her !Southern!' home.
each all lure collar buttons, so to spenk. when weaning takes place, the sow ('/ the grower should< not only fatten Annubrll'a dark shone wan tiepdliig over bur lathy.nnawl .
acre hollow
you can profitably produce vjes "
In order to do this you wllho'e \ they ought to be balancing the world's I] should be returned. to the pigs two or his pigs, but also slaughter them and! her whit. cheek.* flushed row "I do' M nil, murmured thealrl'

ration. j I three times so that the udders may mind. market the cured. products, obtaining hM>Py voice, "and It Is tru..
to know color. of
the cost of fertilizer\ a* khe unfolded time romance
"The bureau of markets has undertaken be milked out.MATURE. liii-ri'iixiMl. profits even thoughthe ; Pence, |peace, and. little Jack, bur to '
labor .
etc. Then It Is a matter of girlhood."I I
this. problem-that 1 Is> to adviseso undertiiKtng''' bo a small one. her welcoure bill father.
arithmetic ran with Jack Lee, "h.cnnt..I .
I away "
far as possible what to but HOGS "They will open his prison .doors.,
"There are planters who make grow QUICKLY. . "fcnck to his own Northern !;
the farmer Is doing ns he nlvvajs has Ming Annithell "they will set him
money year after year In cotton. They country My pv 01'4. would not listen
can make often when done.! It the price of potatoes I Is high The hog which weighs; from ::..H) to to rvason. JII'kns Just struggling! free '1""All
money you can't.Whose In the fall he 200 | men will ba tree," the matron r.
grows potatoes until he pounds Is the hog which the . :
fault Is It? Many fall In busi along' In his profession., Why this |
ness-funning as well as merchandis gluts the market >'ext year he growsno wnnts and. 1s the ihenpest mind best 1 highway, whero 'u met was. almost aid safOj. And In silent thnllk" lv.

It potatoes, and the third! year pa.tntoes hog the farmer cnn rnlse. Accordingto his first eoniruHslon. Hut he would lime they listened to the ball
ing. you can't make It pay-get
_. ,
are high again. The wise man Doctor Henry the of I - ---
out of It. amount grain make good he told mu, when w e married. -

Make Every Acre Work does not attempt to keep all of his required PIT hundred pounds of gain I T-L .. And If you know Jackthe Urove's Taxtelv.s chill Tonicreeloresvltalltyandeoerily
"" eggs In one bucket Is OK follows, : S r girl paused eloqueivtly. "oil I you I . hy purifying anil. enrh .

"The principle Involved I Is' the sumo "The farm Is a factory nail, the would have no doubt of his "UC'C""". tilnil the .MIMM.. |t. V t. mi. tuioii, r..lle.. Strvitiuli

us In manufacturing The student of same advice Is given to farmers that WHirht! a tr. isii of Ihs hoK..:............For. .417: Fin ibs lb.of gain wee d l? am aonl.7erZrrlr'n'VoarA r "So. he brought m" first to the limn rninil.. Inviiiurullnil. FIT i I Prlia. Wfci

economics knows that If n plant Is has been adopted by other manufacturers ]50 to tam:? lh.. ............. ..4iJ Urn of r..19" V
used Its I ::' . ..,..., ,....,,...tan Ibn of Veil -- -- -- -- of his m..lh.AUlln".II'K valrcbroke I. -
not to full Is
there !
capacity : You can't make n profit unless av> to 3'0. )be ...... .. ... ... ..611 lb. of feed tr"DluJouol-"An,1 his mother 1 C
a consequantloss In the return on thi you know your costs. Standardize K to 3JO;; Ibi. . . . .. ....... . .6J5 tae. of feed BALANCED HOG RATION. was olllin..r'pn than my 1..1.. | > hudbeen. 1 VvXXXVsNNVsWhy f IIXn
Investment. The same Is true on an .
your products I
From the( fnrmers' standpoint thereIs . I- acre of land." said, Sir. Frank liunckes "NV mnrket scheme, whether, of [:Nitlohul: ,' Crop Irnl.r..rn..nt| 5..t.! \are I
cooperation 1>'1 In I You ihs,. had sucrltlied
grenter profit putting hogs on the 'Hi.joiing growing pig weighing 30 seo, a grunt
vice president of the American Steel j
or legislation, can long maintain market nt ';:") to :;:.;"I pounds to ito\ ,pounds should eat about | deal" In her widowhood' to |put' Jack ,I
&: Wire company, when asked nbout n superior price for an Inferior 011.11 I
In marketing bogs.. ming. I the risk of pound of protein. r..r'I'r)' four, poundsf through/ mllege.. to 11''nut lilin 'spun. (lie '

the cotton situation "In the press commodity.'Tanners, loss from dNense Is also lessened > ""ur""h..t1rllh'" ,equivalent" !onyx career thus bud.. ch,...n tugith' '' ,'r.
service of on- of our middle statescolleges should 1 first maintain Suffer?
I He N tbfrefore .(lust t ffll',1 In feeding. 1'a tes.or. I i\vnnl: of the Iowa agricultural / "Jack tilid, (t.. reiisnti; hr plead' for. :
the dean 'None=" of themselves
snys.' ourS and family and! labor on
her h.0111.1 be iihls
the very test feeds obtainable whllthe college.. fat' ; .n
Instructors are teaching the farmer their own farms : and. this applies to to fur.. bath snld Hut the Mrs. J. .\. Cox of Aldcrson .
hog N cnpnbte, of making his \lien the (pig reaches KM) pounds cure us ne
that It Is either his duty or to his> cotton in the South nail. to wheat In I r''
greatest gniniBEGIN! In weight ahoiir. one pound, of protein rn" obdurate' < Hi': ..h.ft.. W..1.., writes:
greater advantage under conditions the North. I have
pence no patience with n to five pounds, of carbohydrates."At very severe, 'and she told us to go-- : "My\ daughter . suffered Vwl
to secure n maximum production pile of tin cans at the back door of TO RAISE HOGS.
1\0 l.'ii pounds for each pound, '! of I to make our way nt we could utidlente I I II terribly. She could k
regardless of other economic the farmhouse.
, .. -.. (National. Crop Improvement Service 1 (protein six pounds' of carbohydrate., I bur to her own So\ we found I not turn In bed 1 . the l
, - - - - - - - "The well hog 210 to the corlest rooms" stiruiliell'H exes I doctors + !
I Those who have nut> been raising fairly ''grown gave tier up and
3x( > pound' In fattening, will do wellat wire alight again "mid' Jack tinitihtmv
Can } end their pork and bacon should get a good we brought;: her home to '

a o Kilt ns soon. as possible and! begin. one pound to right pounds, of cnrbohj to cook. die. She I had, suffered

'- It is hard. to estimate the value of n 'lira ten." "I uns so strangely nl.'.ne .thiit. h* much at. tune. !hayIng 1
time with thnsi diiyaperluiiis
spent, more me
good brood sow whli-h cnn "producetwo heard of Cardul we
"Yr"'i A GENTLE MOTHER PIG. than he "",,11101. and lumliiesn ,
Utters of '.
pigs n .ur. It will he got It t for her." >
did nuke much but--
fn' more economical In the not progreuM
J' end to buy a
J'I purebred anti. raise good, pigs.. You run [National Crop Improvement Horvlre J the girls voice sang "oh we wire

always veil registered< stock because One /great advantage ut the pig, club happy happy! Then cnme the t..rrlhls -

I the demand Isorrc'lIlpr than the supply Is that every iinliiml' becomes a great war. Jack and I talked It over r

/n' pet. Sows should. be accustomed to sarlously. W. could see that ha must CAROUI
/ As n rule purebred sows or gilts
/ arum
bet tar feeders and will respond to good being bundled and they will I I I soon become go. The r..spi, >nnlhlllty of It win In

care better than scrubs. All "wino"lwulII. I quite ,gentle, If not already so. his eyes before h* spoke to me, nnd

I A savage/ NOW Is /n menace and. If MIlt whllo my heart sank like lead' I
be purebred but not necexsiirllyregistered cannot tie tamed,, she hail. .
I better be disposed smiled at him
READY-MIXED HOG FEEDS. "When the pig reaches luo pounds! although/ registering. adds to '
In weight about ono pound of proteinto their sale value I of. \\ln'ii n HOW Is Used to Iiuv- 'Why, of course, dear,' I sslil. 'your The Woman's Tonic 4

five pounds' of carbohjdrates Is cor Ing the [pig club boy about., "li.' country needs. you nu".',' Ida WHStronblvd
National Crop Improvement serviee.J] With n bred. gilt or one to be bred I I be careil for.
at furrowing time at leaving me alone, but all
I '
The breeder should use his own mind rect. to furrow early In the spring, It need "JI// "In a few rf.iys, sue he-
"At 150::; pounds' It should be Increased not take long I easilynharwls./ they are /apt to ut win'n I had 1 grown very brave and Kin: to Improve" Mrs. i
one to ruNe
end Judgment! : In mixing the percentageof ; for each pound of protein six for the farm enough hogs, cross and excited, If one 1 goes Into confident 'I ,shall., keep the one little Cox continues' "and had 1 i'

his feed< for hogs. lie can find all pounds. of carbohjd>s. meat supply. pen The, friendly sow always wants room. ,' I told htm, 'with our IflllnllIV' no trouble at. . Cardul
the tiil'les In henry & M ('rrl "II'S Feeds "'I! will not miss our German frankfurters oomenni. around. I cured her nnd we
"The fairly well-grown hog, 240 to Ingi I will "miinag my hnusek.'eplngnicely. sing
and Feeding! and, In his agricultural If every farm home will learn The '( /Us praises! everywhere.: '
little he In ,
31)0) pounds. In fattening will do well pigs can put And) Mt) I should, Annul)*!! I
college bulletins and if he has the facilities how to cure meat and to make We receive many thousands -
; pork a basket nnd .
on one pound of protein to eight kept warm or oven hnst'tid to adi, "but for the sicknesswhich
of similar letters
can arrange and balance a ration sausage and. specialties. K\ery producer f
taken Into tile house until the
pounds, of carbohydrates." cam 111"11Ilie/ and took It nil. of ihe
I the basis lie would. of pork Hhould, his. every year; telling
prescribed. hamsand
, on cure own
After listing the various feeds and i farrowing Is over nod the sow Jack never knew of that. And now : !has done for

however, save himself a great deal of combinations of feeds used In extension sides-nt least enough. to meet' Is ready to take care of them., I'rob- bvciiua. I nm still Ifn frail I cnme to women who suffer from:

time and labor and get more exact results hog feeding tests at Iowa agrl- the demands of his own household 'and ably one pig per litter can thus be you to hog work In exrhanga for complaints: so common to I

should he ask the state feed Inspection :'ultiiral college. Professor Evvardsaya : his own hired labor. !Home-cured hiiini' sn\ed-thnt means Increasing the pig slight cure" their sex It should do '

department for Its publishedlists and bacon fire always In tiiiind you good too. Try
"Each buttermilk hog drank 32 poundsof crop by 20' per cent. Suddenly. the young wife Ivsnwl! to Cardul.

of all mixed feeds registered in buttermilk ate less than half as among your neighbors, provided of If a sow Is to l h.> put In new quarters ward the miitrxn' the strong vapntd.hands .. C-f

f the state and choose those ready to much of the $2 corn only onethirdas course that you do a Rood! Job. You i ,before furrowing. 111"Ill'r early wen i liisped fiercely by the
feed which will meet his requirements.He cnntiof expect: to get n Bond for / Y 1 t
much of the $90! ) tonkage, only two. enntigh. so t that she will have time to mull frPlul'clI"".
will find It to his. advantage to Inferior work I get ncciisfonn-d to tho .
thirds as much of the $.M' middlings / ,pen.t'se 1 UlUit.! : -wol'n.wW"JI ai.L1.

know tbe game. He must use his own and. actually reached a weight of :!ad Hogs will tarp pasture and grain Into short. straw or chuff'! for bedding -

noodle In determining the quantities more and tpilcker meat than other \ .
pounds some ((12 ,days before the hog -- '
of each feed for each lot of pigs at different without buttermilk did" nnlmnls. anti do It most p""nomlc'nlly' Miike n fender. of n 2 by 0 nailed' to '_ -

times during their growing pe So It would seem that buttermilk': la of all. Start now and start right. (Jet the wnll 5 or 0 Indies. from the floor fITf;.

riod. one of the best hog feeds Where It good salamis and Interest the boys lathe wt that the little pigs tuny have a 'if

Professor Evvard, says : "The young I Is not freshly available It mny be had game. I rhnnce to slide.)'l"In.1/ save them- I ttil k,

l growing pig weighing 30 to 00 pounds In a dried powder form There are i "'h'l ".s when mother Itir'-hrs down upon

hould eat about one pound of proteinfor ten pounds of solids. In every hundred SELF FEEDERS. them.'' !More pigs are m-i.ded and many i I

every four pounds of carbohy pounds. of liquid buttermilk. The rest I!' \little pigs' can i.(' saved by this srrungemenr. j, I
[National Crop Improvement Rorvlre ] .
drates. Is water.Score. f
!Hog raisers with self feeders ennkeep
- - - -
1" more hogs than they could! otherwise FEEDING THE MOTHER SOW

The members of the boys' pig

club and the county agent should confer [National, Prop Improvement fli rvtf t> I

to aJioq with the lumber yard and prepare.pns The feeding' "f the sow that hums. just THE UNIVERSAL CAR

: and specification which will firrowed should be light for four or I'r

avoid many of the evils Incident to the five days but she should gradually bot

average feeder! built without thought drought( tfull feed, as the demands"f I

In some counties building bees. haveteen I', the pigs and the milk How! Increases. The Ford Sedan is higli-cUs'* in appearance .

held by the county agent and In Some of the feeds
.r' coarser may give I
y t ,,4 ,r I.; one county nearly a thousand self i, place to richer! concentrates surh as and appointments. The seats are

feeders of the proper kind were, built skim milk buttermilk tankage restful, and deeply upholstered with

which caused an Immediate increase dlings crushed oats, ground mlol'l

I of 2fifiO) more hogs on account of the peas and oil rneol. It Is often (' cloth of high quality. Large doors give i

lA' 71'.w1b ;yj, . labor saving effected'! to buy these concentrates In a com convenient entrance en either side ; plate

merclal mixture when the proper lnxredlenti .

I I are dlfTVtilt to (,obtain or the r glass windows make it a closed car for inclement -

{,w.,.. v1 . I i them feeder) separately I Is Inexperienced: In handling I j weather, and give i fresh air when ;

-- ---- iI' These feeds may be offered'! In a I I open. With high quality in appearanceand

1. Snout 1:1.: Feet 23 Hind !flank watery slop The feeding of the sow ; equipment there is the simple and 'i
should b liberal other time
as no
5. Jowla 1'; :a. Hip: ;
the of the be j jo safe control in A woman's
=Neck" 10 Rrirk 25.: Rump ran growth pigs pushed driving. cara \\.1

8. Shoulder 17. Loin 27. Ham, or gammon 'I rapidly or "c''n(nienlly. family car for every day in the year

9. Arm 19. Side

10. Ilrea of brisket. 19. Rlbt ::\I. Buttock* Phampion. PdlanJ ffAirta Doer A PRACTICAL FEEDER FOR HOGS. Ford Sedan, $775 f. o. b. Detroit. -I

20. Helly 80. Twt t. or crotch '
National Prop Improvement s.rvtca3 |
1:::. Pastern 21. Fore !flunk 31. Hock HOW TO KEEP BOYS ON THE In building' a self-feeder do not make i 1FORD } .

FARM. the hnpper taper too much bernnsa
I when gluten! feed or shorts. or other i 31FRIDAY.
aid in the xyatpniatlc study of

To renlly know a subject requirestbe the hOI there has been prepared' a Hut i his Start own. your and arrange boy In with with Mm animals HO that of soft feed: is used he It mny becoma | A \V. & O. A. ANDERSON, Proprietors .
clogged and have to poked! down
subject be examined from all anof the pnlnt making up the hog and STARKE FLORIDA
all of his profits' may be bl.... Nothingwill Mullet It large enough at the bottom ,
goes and all the facts teamed and each of these given( a weight and the :I I .
send your boy to the factory soquickly with slats the from !
I to keep pigs' wasting I Ii
classified! tun of all the weights In 100. For ex.I .
u" to encourage. blm to raise the feed!, and with partitions to .
From the fact classified conclusionscan tmple "Che't" 1O. "Shoulder" 8,
a pig eat when sold put the money serve several kinds of feed nt "nee. I.. .
be drawn. To be able to draw "nanm" 8 I. etc Surh a list of points is
into own ) and tell him
vmir enns thai This will allow for both 'linkage and
true conclusions !glres command of the known as a score card. be i
owes! you board. gluten feed to run freely. .
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niiv JIM: 1:1.: 1919
: : FOUR 1m.\IIFOIW) t'ot'. TKUXJKPH.:( STAKK.E. n.ORIU.\ _.. .

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.IIIII'/l"/ frr..",i, 'n. ., >", < : .1 i i 'lit homuuKUin. with n chicken pilau in honor of Geo. France wn in Lawtey Saturday. I
Bradford County TelegraphMi + / . ' ' ', !IN-", i ..liitlve I'lcliard, who is. home on n t1ft<' :Suits: Brown was n visitor. to Jacksonville : e

I and f 1, I.I,. l lMi I tot< luugh from" VII'Killili.VU weru indeed the drat part ut the week. I r 1tJ
-Pb:11;;: : i iend -.I'i I I n., i "." "r f rind to greet, ( :ieorge. and trust Mr I J. D. Randall was visitor tJaeksoiivillu ... t s
", \Vi-rkly, and entered all .ee.
l llgb '1 i .11. \I i i't'i. :at" IM" I "vi 111|| SLUM come home to stay. Monday.A .
? ] c'niu' mailer at lli<' piwl-uHirr tt I 1111'1" III n, \\ i-i'l" Mi 1 Yi rdIues\ O'Il'I s llicntiopy.her i several wueks have passed siiuo ,

t Marki', 'Iorld.i I :'II":1'/ iiiito| in"i !I.,. .1. I. \ of [ the exercises, and still being unable to

-=- su. k last cork. is mu-(h '''-"''- Mt this Mis: llelcher is visiting her cousin get the data we will condense it L.iMiig >.

K. S.tI'IIH! I ;>\'S. Milor' and Own.r. stI i i Inet" :,' Mi.". Coy! mil will spend the summer\ -.I that the three evenings of th'1'

J. C. KOWNMtN.vmtriat,. ICditor.12J1 here losing. eXl'l'd"1I'lI'" ? nut only of tin J .
I Ira
1 I. \KK) in n i it Hint Steven moved his family Mn mot cntortaining but were of tin. t .'.
s ,il I i his week whore he has aeeept-: 11111-1 m-trurluf and educational(

.J U NE I >| I Mke, Uuili\ r." .111'' 1 ,t.' I '' \ I I t I u" -. t turn to soil the Wutkimi ue. while! there were many featuiistlmt
I @U:1: 1 Fall )""Ih..f. ..111.1"I"'! i t II; feu i .I'I ,in'-, do-'rveil, 1 ,epecial mention. Tinl'"tlo -

RI'N-' ....% I l l %k "* 111 1 111 .....1 dny \Mtli luv wife tool bah; this. wi'ck.\ II I'. I'ru'ator 'p'| '"t Sunday with children mailo an ', lli-nt! ..\\'- 1 1I
t 1 ] (i' T.I Sniitlii "f l.lojd., iL-pre-ontinji: I lui! family. .ng. The teachers. nne and till diseive -- I
? ,tb ; 6 71 ',I.rlrr] 14tltun| | \ -Cilmrr. | ('e., of Win- i I Mi i..s Ruby Itobert will\ open! school credit for tluir woik" and, man.tgvment : I I II

g19'10'111213114 .i'in SiiKni: X. C. pent Thursday, in ;. i". ''h'' Mile: Monday[ ,morning.Mi from bt-KiniuiiK; to end.\ If(
1 I own. ;\1 Walter Unrrelt entertained: n' ho i pre pet' data can bo obtained, at I th -
\\illanl I'nrkfi" 1111.1 l fhildron. Wil ., !h'i ." of Dr. ate' ln. Scebcr! Knu' l.Ui. hour we would l lill be glii'l I t" / I

1 .16171819 20 21 'lot"r, Tlii'lina and Soeber, are spend\.; I 1I h', !. .: afternoon from she to eight i jret 11. u* a report of oiitcrtaininont-,'! //r
$ Ihi.. sMM-k ai ;Ni'Ki; :iv'r. i''I i hi.ii. '!. of ;Mrs. W. M. Ovorstrcot of this, kind l i I" always\ apple'' ''iated / n,,
22232425262728: Mi Inn \1.1"1'1\11\11 anti :Myrtle \Colin 'c'lib i one' pii-"tiit' thoroughly enjoid11 1

',t '<. \cwborry O attended the nni- 1 1h.- f' <'rni>,,". The hostess tans nsitiil FARMER"BROWN )

";"! "." 1I1o'1I"1I11'1I1 i I.ert'isrs of flIlOrC..I.. :, ,i ,! ill serving refiesliini'iits" by Mrs ,
2930. 'I. .. .. !e,.|. Kfol.l.( lit, : II..\\ 1\1 Slanton:: :Misses Sarah Rivets, 1, II r "Money makes money" a
friends of Mrs: II. J. Si.!hell. Tlvxo . J
j The} man> a'l' | 'Ihi-'inn preen
-- learn that hei Oniu Poll, Alhoit t, It t proverb that is old and true.
:Mnishliiun arc triad to \\oio, ;Mesdamos ll'-\l.\. :Mi.( Mnitli: ; you all iuni.rr g '
t1J1 I I'lNI I I. Mil.I. i i" nl>le to be out again, nftor I sevcrolueiki HunderM.n, . Seobor. King W. :M. Ovoitreot to our huiisu and\ Si i us Celtic I 1 b .

I -- uf. ronfinement l tll her room. ; :Skinner: i 11. I.. Sprinkle, Rn'iI. .' vend me tn town Ho'. (gut to -set ..1l"t 1 1I ''I Big opportunities often come

M I II. .1 iI"". I I' .A It\ SviiroiuyI : ] i l.tdo I (1'arki, visited i honiefnlKii here t <. I." dholtz. J. K. Motors 1'. M.[ \ e f fence, l|n",[s mid ho ha.-\ :let i 1'... I cash.

I ,! i\ i rl i Fir'krr.I : Snitch}. ;i 1'iidirott llowaid :Stanton: Ouy. W. ;M.Johnston ,,tlw! the !team and c" t t" I-. ? n. ;>: ioiiio I to folks with a little ready I

\i.u't, lrr anil hullson.. lluil- Xnhan Tuiiilin uf ..1..h'"ll1wl1.. , \* W. G. Hull Sarah:: River. on and go alon:! w'h! u.. savings account
. Friday) fur II'i.-il with her in\ town ;ltondny., ''Tlielna':! :Schell: and :Marnhnll Proctor' ' I tun all ready l und will .-" ,per, \\itl. ii ', 14 ; \ Dy starting a I

I I, \li-, 1."I1".n W.MIII, of Stnrkf.i . I[ n"m"hIlIK left for Tnnipn take 1 :Marcus' Pokle<< of Fi'eIi; II', spent you' now.Joo y with us now you soon will have
/ i ,. -ht' sill, return, to her :, the medical examination for +n licensed Siturdny! night, and Sunday with 1'sent'\ ( up. Dobbin; no.\ st e! p' \ely 1 1-- I

i Ilil-ksnm'till1i : rll\l'h.t.\ 1 hi,toPr. SII.N 1'\ ,. hem tulUinc': \ldh-I ub,ui' ; sufficient savings to enable you I
\ i,I. Siirii'tio tits u visitor to I The Lake Mutter brmuh of the Rod I \ and Mrs. King) : are plnnning n: Ihllt11I1l"hle: Sti.'l I Cnge.: I kimlei! of worth- i
'I' .1 'r''nsduy. ;! ('I'o"q soft to Stniko Thursday, + inorn1 trip Misoui'i and Colorado the last' th' nU ho would buy it t"o i III.'. His.i to take advantage some

'I.I 1''' -Willio ;Mui and Cnn '1 inir, IiV pairs of t children' itofkinRMi of Juno. Pr. King: is one of U'a.\-, \ }'- if he sell that ben Ii of ..tcthr'11 + { while bargain.To .

I ( . \ -stung nt the homo and i six imifTliM1, >; I ifnid'* faithful phyiieintis and highly I }:, !think about" it, end\ w In n I.e. talks\

M' ITt( I M" -ThuralH.v afiiinvy :Mr.[ and Mrn.I Roner Collins left i pelted, by his numerous friend 1 way he )gtmornlly ionic? aerost.Yo.s. be late.
' \It'' > *iM I I I Wednesday for rensncoln where they :\11'''. W. M.[ Overstivct() has returned( I know (100 i* u lot of moor} wait may too

Vf "-, , wan ihopplngWi ( ', will be nt home to their friends.! '| to her homo after n visit with :Mrs. fur a Stove, but $:J:;>.Ou i is a !lot of mon-

III I:, ,,,- \ i t.lny afternoon.I I| 1) F. Itowoll of Alui'hun, was in l:I Sum Singer and, Mr*. Walter Bnssett.j o}. for a steer that used to bring Slo.So ::;.

\I( A. Ctvmoim left last week town Wednesday.Mis 'I j Then Kdwards: returned to Lake? it's not ,so. worsor after till. Thoe $-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$-$
f.'. l.i '.s.\ti\'file whore she joined her I : i < Klvio Fowler visiting .relafive -. Butler Tuesday. afternoon. bulges]: are not like the old kind them

h .-' :".'il 1. They will he jtrently mls in Alncluui.l.ittye I I The numerous friend of Jesse Cobb Pesky Peildlers sold all over Florida Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
t .1 l f"11our" \ i'(immunity.ii fern Fowler, of Alaohun In I lire delighted, to have him here ngain. on lime and l they were all burned I out

.1,.s. G. Surreney spent Saturday visiting her cousin Vivian Fowler. |1110 has been in service over there, before we all trot them paid for. Thi
and\ \ Sunilny in the Vanderbilt section Min: tlnrrinnn will leave Saturday received his! discharge anti returned tn, I i- pot rush. und l PeWII'T I..1INUSI'ANIIS ) I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

.\itluir I Kilwnnlw: Will a visitor In for C"ln"\'ill.; where ,she will attend his home here Thursday night. \ : BACK OF 11' and he iso

iu trio, Pint Hill section Suixluy afternoon the nortnnl." I II Steven Young, Alachua, wall visiting ttt hero' und the other II"I'-OIi., Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
Miss I i Sni'ler; nml Miss Clower are here Sunday.! ,
: friends where' ; oh, whore is he': That make ESTABLISHED 1889
II. C. Surivncy. of I'lmit City, spent I pleasantly. limited at the home of I The,,. Rilward: '*. of Jacksonville,. n big, difference to me.11'ell STARKE' FLORIDA

Friday night and Sntuvilny with .\. U,. :Mrs. Wm. Johnston.The I spent the week-end with friends and. here we 111'''. Let's tie old! ,
r Surrency. Ito returned, to DrookeiSnturtluy housekeeper school. held, in the : relatives. in Lake Butler last week Dobbin \under this -hvi\\ Bud go in. .
afternoon. chub roomvn' n success anti much I Uncle Billy Roberts, of Five Mile( Is this DeWitt C. Jones IhtrdwaruStore

l111"tor1'ill Clcmon wan, visitor enJoyed hy those present. The ",'hoolWilli wa*. in town Monday.Mr. ::': ? '
to rirtMiVer Sunday afternoon conducted\ hy :Miss Loin M Snider nnd Mrs. t.imbaugh! and Mr,. nut'am walk right in. What I'I'Ycs Get your Seconds from reliable dealer. I handle the Cocdyear) brand
force, assisted. hy :Miss Starke. ''motored ovcit 30x3 1.2 non-.kid.. will be old SATURDAY and MON.
} 1'rivntp Willio Foolervn n guest of the State I I'.1. Scott( of um: we do for you today ? "l' regular $20 Tire
ff, friends ill our section Sunday. I I'lora! Tower, demountration airent.Uev. <> Lake Butler Monday I.I this sure the place where Farmer DAY for $16,50."PRICE ON: ALL' SECONDS 10 PER CENT OFF i
--. I T..1. Kiiwl( left last week foi' Mr.I and. Mrs.: I Fritz Townsend have Brown trades? 1 I R. BURROWS, The Tire Man I

} in vnroun( \ n two-weeks' meetinc\ Crystal Itivir. : returned from their honeymoon trip] Yea nut'am Mr. Brown comes hereto

I and are guests. of Mr. nnd ;Mrs. J. vV. trade quite often anti also bringshis I J

lIrnM or d. Juno i:*. -\V. M. Amlrei The Lake Butler Baptist ('hur'hrpl"rl't Townend.Mi friend; .

4 \vn n visitor to Stnrko Monday vvery much the ,>"hnillof\ I : Irene" Kdward: is the guest ol Bo you Dad Fling? : ttlt) )tkggalt2stin S V lJtltl3UD(3Cin43tiaiiaLt1illvffSKSSSKa': } 1fktR33 Wi
Mr. and Mrn.I (Otin, Harry were In their pastor, I Uev. Kauris: who will hiss I (lIr"hllll'roctor\ this week. a,
Ma'am[ that U what
Starke Monday.C move\ to Milltown. lil'.. July 1st. Key.: S. S. Proctor filled his appoint' Yes, they call I II u
i H. :'\,'w""I1vi..ih'.1 his !brother1' 11. L.Itmkt.hns returned to Jacksonville taunt at !Brandy Branch Saturday, anti! me, but I don't cure what they call i
do not call too late fordinner The
> II. Newiuim., of flrnhnm Monda; after a few days' visit with Sunday' visiting in Jacksonville lolI-1 I me so and all the good-looking me wumI I I
his family and 1 returning home Monday aftornoon. "
anti 1 TIIl'lI la
< y.
ill I here to beautiful i
buy our
the week I en
fishing trip ti1'arleton Albert Henderson spent .
Oil Hnriy wont on n Stoves; and other I l I Utensils. I
: I'.oach Thursday.Tinre end l with his wife and relatives. The Order of Rntern: Stnr met irregular !. : Household/ 1
=Now how about tutu Stove ? Yuttnever :
a New 4
wan a h"hIlUI11'.hhh'll, I1t Miss 'lower motored I to Starke or session, Tuesday, Mrs.' Adf White
better theMnileutbie '
saw a utie. is
l Friday night. Tues.lny !morning" :1"'III.t.' matron proiding.!
r the home of N. (!i. liny "
: Steol, made in South
I Kange <<
Those prevent were MIHHOH( E\a': Hub; j The many friends of Willie Scar John Green; and son, Jud of Fiv'
qI I and 1 lImo I .Edwards, Messrs.V, M. borough will, he glad to learn that hi I Mile, were in Lake Butler Tuesday.Math I :Mend Indiana. Here is a sample of I
the aluminum of this stovewhich
lining !
and,, S. t'. AiidrtMi., Seeher and Fox," ') I is improving from his illness. ;I : Robert, of Five :Mile was n will ohuw that it i is notpeahen Way Store
st I ',itunrili' C. II. X'.m.. C.V.. I'M: n. .\. Terry has opened summer visitor in town Tuesday afternoon. you '
but aluminum fused,
v trilH. and T. I.. \Villi-; Mes.lumen. (l'" school nt the home of XIri II. 1..1, I _\. R.: Proctor visited Snpp TuesdayMr. on, IS tS u(
metal.' It is fused! red hot right into
I \\ FI\\'III': "" ('. II. :Xewsom. T. 1.R I,. i Sprinkle and several boys and girls :I Ciilcspie, of FbeIile.; : wn* ii :tAn l
metal lines the
thc -licet of that oven
,ilhs and "tilt'r... i ore nttendtag.ti I I town Satin-day. establishment where buying will
I! : 's..I. I 11. C'obb has opened a tulirttttifarP Colson, and father, of Pint timid! "IO\'II-"lIl1n"t rut <>r burn out. ,
in Onim'SvilUS ,, Bethel
Mr Otis Rarryvn<
be ...
The' ucosotc from wood 1 will rust out a pleasure Everything new New
in the ,
:Alain street
:- mlii.vMr. shop on Hill, motored over to Lake. ,
other metals but baa effect this I
no on
and l l(1': ( *. Jim OiHiirlns, of Mile I hnildinirI Monday morning.Mr goods, new prices Come af>d lookat I

:. V'.i bun, passed 1 thrmifrh here Sunday I III'. .1. ?.1.I ;\1,111ha.. returned from' : *. Roy IHibose( of \Voitliinttlnnvi lining.Do you allell these? :::toun this large line of merchandise, dry n
,\\f I' noon. [his trip. to ii'oi'tfia.: ; "ited her parents, Mr. 1111.111': *. Bob '
time ?
't''' day witnessed I a !busy steno alt :Mrs Clarence Johnston, of Trenton Green goods furnishings, notions, shoes, hats
hiunlreit :Mr. anti :\11.... Harris Tenth insn motored Nc.111'11111: ; we me making .1 ('1I"h' i
t t ,'Clipping' vnt. two Tuesday nnd Wednesday! with
!spent clothing and feed stuff.
visit i theirlnuj.htl.l' l>riio to all and it t i- t the iuapetumge ) < groceries it 1
Stnrke to
{ t .1\ 1 ..f cattle and two hundred<< .fill" 'her mother, :All's. H. I* \Vilon.\ t to Sudny :
Mrs f:. R. Popped.T. yon buy nt any pruo. ''
i M\! runts wore ilippeil.Mi I. A. K.: Piootnr. Isiteil.' his. brother t New goods arriving daily. We ask R
I/ : -. C. H. NewHom was the guest I. I B. Green John Jackson and Arthur Well ,it '- beauty, awl! I IllI1t it. ,
T. n Proctor" and cousin T. L. Christie I 1'"u ,. Si Perkins\ '
\i ou
of St. AugtKtinotopped for
if I
r \1'iWill Harn-11 I Friday. your patronage. f
.fucksnn\ille., :Monday. evening.Vasi'iie '
of :
the of in Lake Butler this week Yi '. PM'.IIH: ; we ".,11 I hi'ii :lInt if
M - ( ,'('iI iborn wan guest -
; 1'i 1'ilwi: ,', -- .,irday.M Dowliuir' and family, of. ..TackonMllb while on an auto trip to Tampa) to visit "'11':1( : 1.t at -*1.t':: pi i I' :'JO!t \.l I
; spent Sun I lay \\ ilh his moth roll!. Ho I'.icome -miiul h timo *. 1
: i A Mcl.ood. of Iukes. was their friends Mr. unt11'! : ''. Howard
flr.... N. G. Hayes 8mi ,'1'. Stanton. Welllun I Si i cent'In y. i II..t' "ell!1 GRIFFIN :
t i'I"ic.iost' t visitedhis sSTARKE OHNS
*.. .1. K.: Harper of Pnlntka. Ellsworth Harper was on the sick him tin :Sim: () II'I'I"I't\ \ let I himoff .
i\ ;
i family\ last week.Iis .
\ C. It. New 110m were list Tuesday.D. until he buys. Say I want it: he
and Mrs.
;\1 < :Alairirie, Xoita and Henry Richard will buy it tlll'n.Ul't 'I :a! bcauf:.
Surroni W. Borum Sunday with his
. -t; of :Mr.( an.11": Billy
> of ilitimwville i and Miss "
:Mr*. Smith Well we w.i-t -o-r.
I \ :.nduy Edwards ,'I''lilln.h'I.'n., of Live.Oak. visited :Mrs. Joe Hill Williams! visited relatives (;lass Jar*. How do \i. 1-. 'j!i 'hem' FLA. : "
W. were
11 and :Mrs. C.
: ( S. A. RI-
their trrandmother.
Gins Top .11: i-1 t-
Mr. and in Starko last week. \pints ijuailJS
g.:M'T.',i -t tof. It.the Rimes, Sunday.parents. i-haid.\ I".t't'1.. .. I .- -_._- .---- :!: and hnlf-ualloi-. .1\ ,". :M.t.':al :: ,. :. >: :' .a :: .. . . : . .. : : . . .. .f. .. :. .. . .. :: !!
I.ondholtz'hns returned from '
----. ------- Julian LIn"rEl Top, pints.. $1 u-'i ; 'q',1'i! : ; ha'fgnllons. -
France and is !greeting his oldtimefriends Sl.)0.:
t FIVE MILE in Lake Butler. i .
i l.nwh'. June lfl.: -Rev. AlfredRvenden Whnt is your pu t e 'i l'i. ker TCnns "' d
Mrs: Albert Henderson. has. returned
and Mr,. of Grace :M. E. church ?
1 \ o Mile: June l:1.-r.: with pastor
I home, after ,1"I1""l1t'j"it ,
n No. :2 tins $4 O'i'\; N'u.' >iper >
.' 1 1. Simpson were guests: ot ;Mr. and friend left Monday for Athens. Tenn.. where

Nli, ". H. 1 I.. \Iiavis Tuesday. :Miss. rSelle Richard entertained n he will spend about three weeks in thtintorot hundred.. BATTERY CHARGING STATION
Mi and ;Mrs. Ralph Glover. Mr. and number of 1\1'1' friends nt her home of the Centenary work. Well I will take lOo N\; "- and I.No. U":: .

M'Wesley :Andrew spent Tuesdayu east of Lake. hut\l'r ;Monday\ exening\ I \P. n. Edwards, of Gainesville pent -J'*; l dozen half ga.;.>" L-la- t nand .
''* In.n in Five Mite.Mi ; --. : two dny in\ Lnwtey last week on buss'| 2 dozen quart, two ii!" net: .a-!' 1 have installed a modern battery charging stationin
,.. Joephini' Blume wa the truestf tu*4 and'visiting relative and. friends. top and! three dozen\
I f -. V r l)kle Friday morning. MiCKIE SAYS :Mr and Mrs.[ Joseph Thomas, olJncksonMlle. Now :Mrs. Smith how mfa' ,' do ; . my Garage, rear of the Wills Drug Stor Battrries .

y Mr- In,'. Mott.; ( of Lake Butler was rotJ; h'tUef Nt 1'11111I0 were guests Sunday olMr. want ? tested and refilled free of charge;
.J \ tor here Friday WERE CARELESS JtS1' BECUZ1JU ; : and Mr*: S. 11. Leach. Well, IViii take the am. ; orlv Iwant [
111"1\! Murphy was the guest of :Mr G W. Brown and Mrs.[ J. T., \ one doyen pint jars also' I ei.
) FIND A 4 1PJGRAPNS; : ;:/AE0.RJR .
;: .
OivVle I 1 Friday. Mivre: werei. itors to Starke Satur you handle Auto TireIr.. J. 1\1' Batteries
1t PAPER JNEIN ; Charged
'IN' +E
I HiT ,T. I tvkle and sans, A. R. wanted nto ask the !price.
.r ,,i iV X IVM\ wire! quests of I'. P.Irkh' I A. \N stbC. MV 3J5.WIfNSNE ; \'. .1. C Pigg! of tark('. fllletl All right: 30-3in.:: plain. $14.?* ): "''-

:Saturday.N't : 61\\\:3 OF MltN'ES his". reculnr appointment nt the awtey 'tlt ift-h.'!: *1PCM ; :Ru.3ti: : I\: r.or-sktd.! ::-
; ,' ,on rvkle spent Saturday and 'f HEM IS t' C,11 "h'INC.Nit'... "'...... I Methodist church. South Sunday. Inner Tube :W-3.::: sa.IO.J: ; : .,. *'* '.. '.
11'10II/ \N NOtQNit Ow.MAIoo..t. .( $1.50
.r lay with Oren PeKle.ll "'. L. Overstreet left Sunday morning |I'qs 5 per cent.
,.- 1'. p. (".klt. and children Msit- MRE ER0.JR3ZNAN I for Baltimore nnd :New York, to +"htcken Wire? Oh. ye*. Just c, t ,.
r,i 'r Worthington Saturday. "' \1011. 0.:0 1 I buy goods' for his summer trade. in a n 'vv lot of S; and i> font: al.o .-.

T j. 1'111.11'IU a bu.ineu'i"it'r Wilmot Brown returned' to his position in. h mesh 2 feet hiith. for little h- Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt service. Bring or .
I here Monday.( I as bookkeeper in the Tampa Shipyard dir... This kind i is. ti t cent a foot whir, \
:Misses. Nine Duke and Pearl Robert I Saturday, having fully recovered the other are one cent a foot for t n. '. ship your battery to Smith's Garage where it will

were guests' of Miss Norma Pkli Ie. from an illness of about four week foot in height. receive expert attention. '!
Sunday afternoon. Mrs Enoch Griffin: is spending a few One full roll of the 5 foot* A'1' '

N .Testle Gainey has n>turne' l from an day in Jacksonville this week.J. right. How much of the one :rrh Smith's Garage is fitted for repair work of all kinds.

i <>\i nded trip to Bushnelt and other C. Cone spent Sunday at his homein ,flesh? :30: feet: all right.: Join the number of satisfied
:South Florida points Brooker.A Now: you will want Staple Oh growing car owners. IM I
B. M. Leverett and a party Off letter was. received\ friend a about a quarter worth will h- a

i lend of Worthingtoa.'erc \i ,itorbir few days ago from Ernest Well, ssyInc plenty
Monday. that he had returned, from Franc So that will be all for you t.xi.-r "

Mr* *. Martha Toughsi i. \I,',HITCn I snit, would probably be back in Law- And will you Mr: Perkins, want s'-. Smith's Garage

I :'atives. in the ;Mtdst.te. ...t ,..... :1I'k. h,- toy about the middle of June. thing more tCMta'VC>u don't coin '
Q tt ,I l>r. G W. Brown wa in :MaxvilteFriday often. Better: get all you n-

t \l1'I.1..lIie: Parritl vt.,- tholoh t., -: on professional. business. while you are here. PHONE 120 STAHKE FLORIDA.The \
.fb.r.aujlhter,1Ir! .1 '. ,. ... ;\11''t). Shuey. of Ocala wa the A pair of Shear ? Yes: here nr-: | .
lays .cuot d :Mrs. E. P Sayle! last week. some fnr iV. f\.*>... M.25 and '1.',"

t + : Misses. Polio and :Mf. P.W.Wln, ,' Mrs, Alfred, Evenden wa a visitor You take the $1.SO ? Ye, they :a'. J

v-M.ts of :\11'tI. 3*.. H Whit.+' ..r-:: ;to Jarkon\ill. Monday. iroi What more today
Mondny. jJlI C. P :Mils.: of Jacksonville, will give All right; thank you. tvYill load 1 Salaries "A ill Change-Down. ,
; 1\ Tr.h 'f ,. .
talk the Centenary movement at thing in the w : E> sure p r.aj C .rnparing sal-
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Duke are ror.r.iff ''II on your > T"" hr\h..r: *' anion wants the :>r> imnn.we wsh the
contrratulationt of fri.'nd.Jr'1' it;rrue Methodist: church next Sunday to come in when T to town, : government
J. goYerament to keep the wires;!; jusfai"i'rrad would take ,.
E birth! of son. I 'orre, Everyone invited. and bring your fi-'i." ..>. i ver r.ewpapers.-Eustis
the a
st ..."....4.. : cmf' ':ee* want government: take .
Math[ Pukes has receis 'I J-.I" PaF': ae.: recently returned from! :ladies.: r.



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.\\". Jl E 11. 1919 R.\DFORn
("Ol' TTEI.EGR.rn.. ST.\lUiE. 1 I.Rm.\

,)o"hVlllial11l1,, who has been in OFF TO \> Ksr: I f fI I,
I'' { : POINT: him near Powell's !still Starke. It.I'OK liiuler, of these, ('nit I". Notify J. W.
I I li' am' f'li .
i.t sen loo) thirteen! ,,
- i (Can' 'oil. Lake Uutler,'Jt.(! ( .

month*, of which ten months wero I Hon. A. / .\dk "" i iImik, from ) SALE:-.lerscy-Holstem hoiffi:

/ 0\ .'r-H'a duty, rvtiuned home iic>h in two weeks. J K. C. Hollinga-\
Bits of Local Wa-lniiRti<" I 11 l xxhoiv he. ''!'ioieed-j, I
''I'd 1 in scout in; ;"i re "examination for I vMnth, Starko. 1 to KOli S.I..Ono| \:: good milk cow

MM AliceVilliams nnd family 'ipint 'Mr.I, .\UjII't.( .. Hoasloj, ,, who was np-i ------- ------.----- about, t three ijunvtora) Jersey ; orI

Information Hun.lay. nt Mr. un.l! :Mrs. T. U. ,l pointed. "wno,, ,,, tune ajso to a ",'llOln"-" WANTED-10 to ;50 gilts or brood i ij pen of lleli'ian haros, two does, < > ,

i l-Mxx.irds.: hip at the United Stales: :Military. '!j sows, prefer tho 11111"0('''. R. J. An- bulk ,ii", ,I "I'ilt yountr; one p.Itelu'ian .

I J. \ ,, KdwiiKisii-. 11 I town Sumlitv; \ i.lcm. > .',: Point., At( the phy- 'I[ (drevvs Ilukes. 5lfifKOK : < ,n "ii .iu\ squab lirei'd"piiti'iiiis .
T x. '. i <' I .
-upper irixori at .
-icnl eMl": ''I')'i': | >n Mr. He i-K'V xxilojiitod : '' --"- "-- ---- -- -- \\'ill \ .. ,
houses '
'IJ1f'n. ,
,1 tii
... ... ...., 'h. ''i ,1' ,
r "-II w. c. < 01 i.t unt the examining i xxilb stiul, U ..11: -aciilKe, ful.,
i,,i\ n i' MI In nor" of ..Jo""IhVJ, \- as new; one \buggy ; one thorough-1/ i'i'| i
phv-ii" stated
inn to |
--. .... ... )liams' I'luiitly di-i.hailed fuun' the -Jitzht: defe> in the heart action. At bred Joisoy' cow gives, i\tra ru-hmilk. sale. KoHcoo, :\ldlIn.., co Qni.-!

-- i! -<.'i\ no. .\li i 1"1"h'j| .1 nice tune. j ho time" of t the examination there I II.) W. Alvarez, Staiko. It. Lumber it Supplj' Co.I .

\ \ '.,. ," 'I \\ ,1 hll'!' ,'- I" Mi luK'' ,ii hr<. m act n,c.. | in the', :.Mi-s (in', iiiria,
t" ',<, trIp. .1 inij fir a i number: of years mul l i isu : niirht with :Miscs Edith and cxnmnvind' the work '
huv- mufosvininu .
: xvas I"OR ALEPair: of {000-pound! --- -
__ : --
h. III,:!" ;' \.'L'.tnK" I .!< n |>h>'sieinn.i lila W ill,mm s.i i ,n'dlv .di!foP,' ((111 this, nci.oirnt. :Mr. 11.11"-I giio.l.I team easy h'l'ms.1.\ .

-- ,it I 1. I.K.: I I'i!>)ppcll? wiis a business -.---- \i! .1",1' :Mrs :M. S fl'iv, c ,.f !liuni : "U'felt tb,'it ii -I'Mimnmlioii would | W. Ah( 'arc/ Sales StableStnrke.. I I Build Now
\i-, i in. < ;"! \\ \; i 'i W'i' (' will 1.. .ivc todnyi ,
> i .,
11. \ bo his ,
; i I"' !I. v i"ic in town Sund.i:, :iif'eriiuori.: to i'inlairo.: When he soourIcd - -----, 1
\ ,' ilk, Xl' \vh she \\ill 1 I II. t TO INCRFASJ: TUP
- i v "ie M I : I!. I n.! Roberts. ,,1101) d.iiiKbtor.I' this thi'i 'eh i he efforts of Mr[, .Ad LOSTWhite::; dog with brown\ spots. HIICIfNCY OF
t\A HI J"'j H r 0\( Ia. lull I. T --lllllllH'1 ,
: t tn Jli 1 cKlsie: tl.piii" !;.ins and vi 'uitur\\ TrnnniH'll lie psastil. In ,
l. ami Il.ii ri- on 'ad, hip and tail Part bull i '
._ < ll/l J II > l I' N/1 II I MVUir I I
v i I i,1I".h. ;Mi, ..i': 1 \11. .J I 1 HI !. --- -- .
n \\1'' x iviti.i" to th,' honu' of11'8.: in (Iitoil >>.1 li, i ,an.I ,' a I -cut at once to I Naim'd \J",. k." t 'as'iat.'d. Koward. 1 .
J >.. 1 >', al1"1)i )'-. i:. :\1. ,1.1m. ", l.avo reti \\'t.t 1'on wh'M" In, I I'', s. it-pt., nrLflkur( W. 11 Wit.' 0 ,,
: \li.i'\ Williams :Mondav ..iftenuioti. will eiiti'i1 upon' Koturii to owner. Polly Railcy S'uIOta.y
. whore'
ho , f 'oinTallahassee, ') L I
---- --- i d! : i
| \li -i-. lii'imiti" UolH'U-.. Inn'aii llarnnd his work u student. and! 1II,1"ll1t"'l, or, Chief Kite< 11
M .M[ \E. 1M\U.: < : .if, < .:'ii'KN\ill.<>. .'II.. J. hns \\'a-si-tant chief clerk'' ]', ri'11 John Hoi'crs, tnuttirol( to"lAIH'hi.i f I'll dm1"" .;ion in the "" ..:- army.\ - ,- ._-- -----. ----

is ,i'i." ':"'i 1' (la i I Lt ti, )i. :MM. A. Z.A of the li"i'i,>o of representatives' durinor :-'atiiiilnv ./; I Vmrnuf/ I : .i 'Vis a ttradunte" of tlwlIrnelfOl',1 --- ...- -- ----- -
II. the Bossion nf the legislature1. .\RM
,rIf T.iiinuie) Chan-ex of I ,iki,> nuth't.. 'nl.\'! lliijh Si'h.1)l and 'isi ' I'HOPERTY WANTED-Am: ----

00 'n \:1:1 .1. \1,110"! >l 10 \Votlllllt.t| ''Ill ll6ft. .\ tine hi, I His friendsfeel, sure he securing property for a farm list I I
I' I i i ,"V.i; nn.l KMOX Thi'oW"i, "Hi 1\: i ..1' <,"io" i" !hn.; k from his : II
l 'noon. ,, \\.11 milk' i I' .id, at In" military t1<'nd- am gutting out. Will bo oponing! mi
It-It: I , 0.. f.."r At'.I1.'a.' inakinjr th>- i. "i I I. HM,' ""tH' at :Mrdii' office, nt Lake Huller I
1. 1', l.nml happomiif' to tin1 mifoiUuin' emyI0.l in Sept.-rii'u'rto
til'' .' ''''I1,1,,>I>llo.I ( ;, '" \\ i- all ai".t' ; 'member" of the | induce IS YOUR LIFE
n' people to
: breiikinir hi.* mm in .111"1" K-ui-1 iome to o ir) section.
__ __._ |
IIn.Sl'l'v..1\ I I
l.o: 'i-e of ri'pi e-untativos R. A. ::; lulu
iX.lK' Tuesday, while crunUint his" .' Snydcr. I'ln It.
I i; M b-m'tfliini, .of J.ultvmvilli.1. mi -, \ imjiortatit committees, be-l I: : '. II. T, Taylor! H. ;J. Levereli. ar.Mesrs. \) KN'.IM.KU: : : VISITS STVUKRt . . INSURED ?
------ ---- -- -- --I
; si".' \\ ':. .il.iv ,niulit uilliV.. It. ing churman of the committee on etlucation. '
'" . .1. n.! Pratt nnd :X.: K.: Tavlor ,u>ntiNhinu FOR SALE\ -"My vul'allizilwork.\ .\,
II. f..inily. During the legislative session'I ..
R. :, ,', xxbo ha-, bi''ti '
Doklc's null cm-
; to )pond :Mmuliiy.i next door to Ford, GIII'IIIf'FII1!>'
---- --- i he was often' spoken, ) of as a probable ; I REPRESENT::: THE
i .\ I-'v.'i iind Klmn I; oC plo> ed,J II' on>,'ultiiii'(( t'II : lll''I' l h\ the equipped! to do nil Kinds! of repair
M, i I.-in,, Kuharils.i:' -< woek-c'iiil 1 candidate for tate ,ii.tendent, .
a supei! I , nf. ; ,
'I Ilrmlford. xxi "reisitor'-, \Voithinc- .nd Irusl : ''' "Mil road d.t.l'i..tNo.1. work and bicycle' repairing. Stock
vi-it.. i i i :St.irkc amim tho Ruest of but he has not made\ allY tleftnitc announcement | ; ; MUTUAL LIFE INS.
w hci'i', duviiu il.o week nndmade
J ton :Monday morning' :. s ; of tires nnd in'cc.ssorios., Am loaving ,!
Ciiu; !1-: ,in,, while hero. of his Intentions alongI
I lino. Kail MI'M-S' nnd > --\0".I't." : of \ n I tin. oxer (he r.nid.s. that arel town. K. Uurrows Starko, Kin CO. OP N. Y. THE
I I PIIIc... and :Misses :N't-lii and Ivn l! to ho 1'11\,1 lie will return to Starke 1i-m-2t: .

(o I \\ \ Kitcof; Jacksonville, was -- ),iiunln--/ of LnKc lIutl"1', x ,isitintf next, !Monday .mil enter actively oni , OLDEST COMPANY

n u ',. .1 i ''oI\1hy. \ i at he home of Mr. and 1 INSTALLS UATTKUY CII.\RC.IXGi j liure Sun.lay.. II i the work of surve.x.Inn the roads an"I11l1kinlt'
STIiAYKH-\ :/ 1 bead, of cattle. Onedarl
Mi 'r. %V. An.lrewa. Jr. IN THE U. S.
OUTFIT) for the
-- plans pnvlng.KEVH'At.
.. . .. ; brindlo cow 1 h'owlh., \ .',(" !
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NOTICE yearling 1 red, frosty 1 \\hite.
fn'puiiilc" I II ; cow;
MiI. (r. SII liblinK, of Jacksonville |
Mr. E 11. Smith, proprietor of I MEETING yearling stoor with rod head ; murked >
is thr uni-" of f'ol. an.1II'l : *. D. E Smith'i fJi. rijro near the ,depot, hns In- crop, nnd, under half-crop' in JOS. E. WILSON

J'111.'hl' tins week. I -tailed a modern battery charging outfit I The piirhicr-ltip corporntion known'j Dear E.litoi: '-I'lea-o drive mo space ear, crop split, upper( nndu ruler" .IH.//

I to supply the npecof\ the motorists OH (he H.V.. Clark Mat 1.... has been in your to iinnWineo the revival In the other; branded' AV. .\ ):.

C' I I. I >. I K:. Kmjrlit/ was in Gninp-wille I of this section of the county. This isi .mutual!}' tliuhl.tnn" \ ,! the Parcel\ services,paper xvhicb, will bcRin nt the ChvlsI sormlilo rewind will be paid, to .
'I'"r.. (.. .,. I I'list. I'lorida and : i I ----
on !' )nal hu inottM before JuilfreWil' ; t. 'n"rlrlfail Orderbusiness :
: In line with :\hmith' intention ofiI ,
I tinn churi" ) at I fK>\ Hri.lue June 10th
'!- \.nila.\| ,, i mil be conducted by Mr. .\. |
I equipping hf.s garage with every fuicility II| i int f 8HO:: p. m, Services will be conducted < -

-- I for prompt and thorough service I.' Itcnnctl uiulcr tbe firm! name of C.X b.I 1 IW.! 'McCiiilrp.: noted ATLANTIC : ,
I II!. Hilt < 0'SrT.f11
o. 'I1111' : ? ;
|'exangbli-t I of the ('liri.stian ,'hlll'.h.TIll' . /
:Mr, .in.I. :Mi". C. S. Purling have \ \ woik will I be dune under' Mr.lU'nnctr : All 1 iMilm-i I n" It- t Mill.i. in In.1' I u ( i , ,

nvi'. "I'd, into :Mrs. Anirii' SteriibeVR's 'pcr-onal Mipcrx l-ion ushentol'ore. i mu..i.'ill be in charge/ of MinsKvelyn |)MI, ,|< tn ini |>iii\i '' nt' I -I i i u ,i ll"t 1' | t'ni!,| l
)IE I"I'I : ,
: Hennetl of I.nke Hutler.Evorybiidy .
ro ;iilriui' .cm. Cherry street. i : : lordially mvit.'d to attend I 1"1,1.t i.i 'in "i. ,M Hi I K:, i Ii (si, I h, "'I l ,iti upK. I

_\t; i-.vrs: : \NTID: : FRANK PE RCE.
:MiU.. H. Brown of Viking, is visiting i Sunday. school, 10-1: IS: a. m., L A. :Si'inl; ,! for our Price List and riliislrntedCatnlo I t every- _.niurht.--0 + --- -- .---- ---00-------Proprietor \ ..' '

/ hiTon, O. A. .\mlrou, and other I Davis, superintendent. ue
Junior League, .j t p. m. The bos and dance to be 1\- I'
ri'latm-s in Starke and vicinity this,,1 I super i'icn
week. Senior League/ 8 p. in. C. & 18. HAT CO. I tuniKbt: at Howe's Inn.lintr, Kniu': .- >

I All the young people are invited to 121: ItriMd M,. Jacksonxille, I'l.i.( lev lake, iindi't'' the mispices' of I ilnWomans" .> BEAVER BOARD ; 1 \,'

\ :Mr. and :Mri. Jos E. Wilson amiMr. come to the Senior League services Club for, the bcni'lit! of. the. ,

and :Mr''. Uuscoe :Mcl.ain are I Sunday night. The program will be mSI\c: ; !' community kitchen pnnni--< .to bo FOR BETTER WALLS' CEILINGS f

yppmlmir. several weeks at )Kinjtsley;: in charge of :Mrs. C. K. Pel'1' 'mlln.I largely attended. Kvcrxmic: i i- united ,t.

The topic for ,discussion is "The Chris to lit 1"1111lnd the --..
lake, Uising: June lit.: -The weather man / enjoy cMmnirand
;: I tian Athlete and his Christian Training ceitamly must have a spite at us, help nlonK thitjooil urii-i-' for -"

:Mr*. Olin W. White and ('hiloll',11hll School and College Pay." Cotno judging, from the teirific hailstorm which the alfair/ i.s to be. given Itox.., -

\'(' returned home from n visit with i lint! see what we are doing. Any of we had, Sunday afternoon. In some I I will be on sale nt /H o'clock.

Mr\ ''. White's parents: who live in Tex- 'the older people who arc members of places the hail! vva. as large ns n hen's
the church and do not know what the Wit CiitU in C the Lead.John .
nrkaiui Tex. but didn't
| egg, happen to damage the I
I League is ,doing, and find
come crnps much.We Trice, who mingles! with tin.

Mrs, Annie Sternberir an.l. :Mrs I I You will enjoy itDKATH . me /glnd to Know that :I"'''. Jim astute politicians assomldcd nt Tallnhnssee -
Ralph' H. Harbour and children havepoiio -- -- -- :McCIellnti is be .
to among us again in -ays! n politicnl (iiiiioun.' 'ernent
to. ( N. V. whore : OK' J. I'. C.O.m: few i is ,
'halll"lI'1UII.'| theyhnt n days. | In proi ess of hatching/ I that will stir

.iK.n a cottage for the summer.Th. Lonnie Ciawford and 1 sister* wero |ithe animals from the! Perdido.. to I

.'> will, I... joined by Mrs. Emily One of tho saddest deaths ever tooccur visiting in Ruifortl" 1 Sunday Now that tlnj iilinoiin.). em.'nt \

T.ld.. l \\ li.i. wll'' spend the "timmor with in Stark was that of Joseph F.Canova \V.\'., licen having I1ft..I.II..n.1 I IIIIH been made by one whose opinion" .

the. in' Jr., which occurred at the times lately( and especially Miss Lixn /- ''' i'i -mil matters' valuable.., \v.. asviut I ,. ,
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I'tinip: of his; parents" on Walnut streetSunday You "" wt )1 /I "
Ja.'kson./ She killed 1 an immense | the announcement feeling/ sure' that ._uh. u..I,.., ''" ''' ,,,",k"" ".
morning at ,5 o'clock. Juit" u.. I.u<. 01 ./.. ,..... I "u .t.
:Mei" W..J. Epperson S. R. Johns, I alligator that came' in the yard tho something rich, rare! and rac.will. J be I

l: NV<. .' -. Curl ).;:n ltht..J. U. Ritch, entering the estate of manhood popular other dn>,. Ho was a full grown animal I /provided., Stir up (ho, animalJulm, I
with all who know him and the
Oir: \inli, n. X. Sternberjr and( ;i. A. and was about twelve feet long.Mrs. and force them to. ilelivi',r .thenilachirola "",I <. Easy to Get
dol the ,
of home circle h.VII" calledto I
Ai I I.. i ." I 1'.I"d! tin- HII 'at-Kilonill : ,\. L. Bagwell, of Jacksonvillepent -- .\| Tim.... /
his long sleep after" a lingering ill- I tDeav..r
\vi.-t, M" 11..1. h in ..Iacl"onvilleIon: the w<'('k-'nd with her mother, - '-- I Easy to Use
nt"s with tnbereultiHis of the lungs. I
d" ,,,h.. I Mrs.: J. L. Warren, 'I
. .. The deceased fas :"iyears:\ of 11/!/:".
IIug'hI'III'ez, of Jacksonville is"xpccted
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He WHS; born in Lake City, but inine toStarke Honrd li a ,el\ly to UII.
:Ah I' "eI| :Mi0.. C. I.ivintrstori nml I l home Saturday.Messrs. wall anil caillittl thnt ciitl t.o nmlrjrbr.
with his
limit' /' 1'1; i h.ftlol1II.1Y: morning by ]. hood. He attended pnivnt, the in local eurlv boy : '. JCary Crawford and! EarmoAlvarez DAVISAgency I .'ctly >V.T tic* ol.l pm>crr.l purtl!*

,, \ , hiA'hII''h.,1 visitors, in tiono. It quickly un.l ennlly.
1. 11"1"\i il) frii' Tnmpn where they | wore" thii section g.ii-a up
and fa\orite his
wa. a
, \\ili: inal, '!' .' t tln-ir, home for n time. They j jMiii among I Sunday.i Est. 188G i Denver H" ir.I\ comcn in large, Iturrly"n.
school mates. The diead .11 thatI
\ .1, c i"in'1"|>:iniccl by :Mirfs Florence) :I"" i :l1t..I.\I.: Brownie.nnd 1 mother .{ n.iwltfi'i |)aiieU. It Jfi rrul lumber

:M.ittht: '\\ -. who will be their pucst for caused his untimely death attacked', { made a t trip to Starke Tucdny.lIe. ; built1,. nj fi.iiu tbe pure I fibir* of wbltdHprucf.
him several! years ago but iN progress I li.ich!: piinrt la trrnteJ wltl
a t f<" \ \\ .-.'J.-! "1''' Fred Sweat nnd! Lloyd
was stayed by a lengthy sojourn | Moore were visitors" in Stnrke the patrntr.1 Snnltito procrsn" to prevent -
[ in North Carolina. It was thought forjn wurpljig nn.l to provLle im Ideal
'I I :.rl'. Mack Norman and :Miss AliceI
K.iifoi.l Clonks:, former Starke auil/ice for and
a tune that h" had, )recovered but tho STARKE.CLASSIFIED. 1"lntil1"( decorating.
li..y.: win.i liclongs to the U. 8. /)l'my.i i' I Tyler' were, married lust week. Tlicv Think of the
disease' gained, a new hold a few |I thing! you can do wit IaD..nvl'r
h.i- uiiticn" to a friend here that hei months ago and! he declined rapidly1 j',,, left immediately for Titusville, whei"'tht Board. renew ono room ufter

i i- "P.iil\: in ( ;od',. Country-ilt-ar oldj i until death cumc to reliuVH his groom is employed.. I another Imil.1 rntlrrly new room in
V. ';. V Knirland: \ and France are' fine, ing. -- '-'-'-- wimtf pmr clinnna Om old umm..rkll'h"n
sutrer'l _. .
bill > - into a romfurtuhlu nil tbe year
" 11101 ( ilory IlIn.J in good enough forme. I
. Funeral services. hold, TAKI.VG routul buil'l work
. were IMP CHAXCKSIt : ruoiiii n room
: I is :
now ut CampIl.t.
family re..idcnc..Iol1day:. afternoon I . ; line the iiirug: '. vvhllu diiiry, poultry
ritt X. .J and expects to soon be musteu.l IIUUKH bins, etc oilier
\ out of. s,'ricc.K and were very largely/ attended, by relatives i is too mtlih of H risk to depend,, ora exnmylf
I and friends. H.B.. D. Lt\\,1 I'pon neighbors or sending for tried i ADVERTISING "DuIMi'ig Mora Comfort Into th

pastor of the [Hnpti-t (church tine in iasc of a sudden attack ..r Farm Hume". In a now liiterc tlntf
F. Stump(I. one of Starko's suc- thi,> service. bowel complaint.) In almost eve' ' "\l I II bookUt. bet a copy
"I'd The body was carried' I" \ W111(11 I'OIl! I \l II 1.1 I
ciful, I1w..hallt. !left afttinoon
. for. :NVw' 'Yoik, tu Saturday purchase nnesteiiiM' to I.uko City for burial and was laid neighborhoodome one has died from \ .1.. rn. .. ii IIM Xsll, inrl.lMIV," .1 XS u."M.(, K r: I Iiu ,IK, ul,/ '
to there; holera/ morbus that could! easily hitv' Quigley Lumber & Co.
rest Wednesday nll>rnhl > mu'I l.i "> nd in HiltniKi Ni ...1.1.. Supply
Jme of dry, goods! for his been -nhlld tho .
' The pallbearers were :\f.e sr". Joe proper rnecliciinI , Inr me inn utoia. .l I. I 'to.> 01 !'iId
.. stoio. (Owing to the continued adVUIKP I been ut hand. Then think of the suf I r -- I'M': !' I ,Ul "li-, '| JUNo; ; l > JIU '. (
Truby, Allen Canova, Chas. Uensley
of dry, goods, :Mr.[ Stump intends lIar..I.1'nll ; fenny that must be endured until II'd 1111'' hirbt" , :.s I K: ,John ., :M.nKI'Oli Starke, Florida
Will :Stringfollow! ami
to. do. hi. buying early, thereby, saving nvilicmo con be obtained. The safeway
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George White, With the of11' -
r to hic'ustonii-rs the increase" in price :\ White exception is to keep nt hand n bottle of : SAI.K .li,rsi'> .,u '.v,,' 1, :. ."..ui, I
the pallbearers went to Chamberlain's Colic and l Diarrhoea ""- -""
which will be considerably more by alf, <' ,1 tia ('nod nnlUi, i I. l I'> I' I1 i "
fall Lake City to he present at the buria1.1 Remedy, n preparation that can be depended .
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Great !sympathy is felt for : upon tiny it now. It only

:\11'''. Canova and other members of'' co-ts :'t.I;) cents.ori MICKIE SAYS
Dr. and :\11'''. ,\. II. Freeman have Checks
the bereaved family. ReceIptsn".t
returned f.muhurn,. Alu,
accompanied : H VHV HICKS \
by their son, Edwin,;, who is at Annow beginning to hustle fm,' \; rJ DE t. .Q to M" "'E .a1'

home. for a short vacation.Mr. \\ oiMiiiNriiovVorthinirtnn/ ; : i hem-elves.. They will need a rimedvto \;, 1'... S"IEAO'\'I &Ue-S RISEIt.. I"r"l"1 :L:7: .z:1IZII.IC.:: --

: make bone nnd w o > "" 'I" E MIS pot-vea
ami :.Airs.[ H. Tomlinson of Lake muscle. IJ. ,\.

But..r, spent, Sunday with their \ June IM.: -R. T. Taylor THOMAS': POULTRY; REMEDY: : will. ."' "'4'aMl.toj04EIlI tl'5' OOGIIN ,

da iirhter, :MrK.. I U.: I'oppell[ and received a tul..ltramII1Y: :27th announcing make them /grow and. thrive. Makes AtTHS :\I1 OF 1'aO-01'10+

were. accompanied,! home by little Ava the ileuth of hi.s hrother-in- them healthy, thereby reaching'! the. ......$ "" E. '\. .';t 'MB\-ge 'lit pay your hills by clu-t k i is to avoid; ) tlic ,p frying in
stage the shortest '
Lou I'cipptll for a week's visit. liiw. F. J. Stewart, of Pelhnm.' fin.. today. time Trit \ "f... ST AO ON SUe.'SC "'Q. 'IibiJiy! f bring oblij.,; I to pay li! *m twinTh.<-

'" -- whuh oC'lInedIa: )' 2lth! nt 10 p. m. Sold, by SO LO"fAN'' -ttiOS. \

lion A. S. Cri'ws anti wife arrived i 1 HP nnd his wife left immediately for J. C. Manning, Stnrk.. .. d 1} cancelled! ch.ckvhich i 1'1 returifd t<) you I n undeniable

4 home Saturday, from TaJahal
Crewsvn- n painstaking\ hnrdworkincr nearness to the bereaved widow L Overstrect Lnwtey. i

, member of the house of represent-' and orphan*. They returned June 1st.iccompanied A. D. Andrews, KaiforiJ. i I I.n ) our clicclc book are iin accurate account of your

' ativc* nnd his course ns a legislator I IIi Ii -' by their mother :Mrs. D.j J. V Jones Hampton._A'iv.xouiirie f'xpensea.VC'e .

i < b"inJ.r1'''' (renerally commended. j Taylor. --- - - --

His work in behalf of (food roads lejrislntion Thursday nijrht :Mr, nnd :Mrs.. X. E. .sorKsHcrdy cjpeci.illy invite cliccking account. None

both local and general meet j Tn>'lor (rave an ict1<< cream upper

J the very cordial approval of the citizens i 'which was enjoyed by relatives und Williams recently returned. are too large for our facilities and none to mall

of the i :1 friends --
county. -- to luvf ful
our can
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I Sunday last the home of R. T. Tuy- -*

I Senator A. Andrews and son, \\'. I II lor was "raided" by Dethel Colvon and COFFINS CASKETS

H. Andrews Jr., of Kaiford: were business I family Glenn N'cttles and family and I Ii And a full lIoe of

visitor to Starke' Wednesday: i I i':X E. Taylor and wife. They mud., .' '

S..natorndrew" ha* made the county: i in number played and,! romped all ov.'pthmirs. Urj crtakcrs' Siippiies

faithful Automobile lIl'ur" ... J"--....._. ... __
a representative in the upper 1 ate of the fine dinner prepar.'lby <>. I """, II'

branch of the legislature and his I by :\ H. T., and the ,children i-iifht, Always on hand. The (.nat: iwrvlce -
friends, feel a just pride in his legislative j i in number played and rompi-I all ",ivi'rhe I at the 'lowest price*. PrMvis1t'irrion '

record.. He is a successful bUll. place. All "'njoyed the ociifion'( fo telegraph! order BANK OF STARKE '

iness man and therefore a safe man I and they were invited! to come it uin. i il

! to entrust the law making power to. I Quite a crowd of youni folks enjoyi '> I fl-'U'sterecl' EmhalmsrD

j 'd a chicken fry one evenintf lttt t '

Dr. W. Middletori: has moved from :week.' :Mrs. J. M. Roger hostess. ; : WITT C. ,IONES Starke Florida.nun.

Hampton to Starke and temporarily Miaa Edith Williams was the truest : 1.
Stark /

has his office at the Bradford! Hotel. of Mbl Georgia Yurboroujrh Sunday. I ,.. - ,-F/t.- --"',...,. ...... -" .--. ':' IIOIIIII' r.ur



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s.4 that the Cullowln" drortbw8landa" will be aold.t public auction Oil beacrlption Sea T. R. A. Owner t Nnll" II MONDAY h..b. given IN JULY. 111111. I ft hmn.e the 7tb day of .ald montb. tCora the Court; McKinney add or New Lake of NWl n_._______...- 81) 6 Itf 40 Unknown .................___._,._ 6.88
the FIRST: .t Starhr In Bradford COII.t. II..,. oC Fonda or.o much th..f ii will he urevl Butler ___.___--_.___._____--. 30 6 20 T. F. Rival ...................... 4,44 All N'.j' of NWL N of river ___. 82 6 19 30 Empire Land Company .----..-.--. 4.It
Bouau door to pay thr amount. due for taxea Nt oppor/ta the .am.. VYetber witb the ooot oC such Lou 8 and 4 of Blk: 4 In )t. L. Blk 1 In WH\ of NWI..
eonry McKinney, s add or New Lake LoU' i and 15 Eney Surveyof
+ 1.lp and ad.rtllln. 2.. : Taan I Butler _.________________.____ 39 6 t) Unknown .................._..._.. 4,4flJu. Worthington Spring. ...... 33 6 19 Unknown .........._-..__.__...... 3.64
....... + Owns A Cate4K',4 Lou and of Blk 19 In M L.
10 11
. Bea T. R. A. LoU 7 Ii u and' 10 survey
01 11\\. ..rrlp"nn U 4 IV U .\ J '1' 112on-------------------- a.07 I McKinney, add or Nw L.... of Worthington; nsrn; *.. 33 < 19 N. J. Parrlah ___.._...n_.__..._.._ 3.64

\\ of SE'. I--------------W 20 I A Olf Etyf Butler _.n.n_..__.... 30 8 20 T. Setfret. ..............______ 617 Lot 1 of Blk 2. J. W Pat
.__ann_ __ _ _. ___ 28 4 12 100 C .\ ('aines u.. ..____ ._ .. ..____. 12.30 In Mi of Lot 8 North of G. 8. ten'. *urvey of WorthingtonSpringsSvcs.
'? SEL, an" Stj. -ur -NWL--, f. Kail...." 28 32 --_---_-- 83 6 19 R. E. L. Duke" .__....___.-.___.... 12.6u
,, NI. r 3Wt1 ....._ ..__.____. 12.30 Blk B. L. Newom add '
uI' SE'' .__.___ 211 4 18 100 Yo' I. W'sten .n. 12. Lot 7 of Blk 2. J. W. PaU. .. *
1 nnn.' and NWI oC- u. Lake Butler ______ ________. 80 6 20 J_. Con nor ..........-____...____ 6.97 survey Worthington I Springs
SW'1 8W 4 of N\\.___\'a__ __....____ n 4 11 70 ffrnry WliliaIN .._.........._.__.__ 7.117NWI. -In Nfc'/i of .SEiS'j \/ -Sec*. DiN 31 _--._-_-_------- 83 6 19 A. D. Conner ..................... S.94
: of. 5W44 .nn__._._.._._-.. as 4 III U \\,'. 1' Taylor .__._..__........____ 4. of LoU 1 X and. N S ft LoU 1 and 2 of BIN 3, Sec*. 283J
1 and SL of 00 lot 8 .____.. 19 4 20 80 Cllknown _---__._._..._-...____-- u 419hW'4 of LoU B and 6. r. 1'. Odom Patten'* urvey of Worth.inwton
Lot 3 .00 ....__....____.__.. 4.11 Butler ___._.... 6 29 Unknown ._ .. : M. A. Allen .. 2.78
of 'OE"! i .. --n__.-.__- 20 4 200 Unknown .. .-- add to Lake 31 ? .. __.__......-_ 11,20 ; Spring ---_--_------ 33 8 19 ML. and -- -- ----
..r SW' and SE', "C SW% In NVfe of Lot 1WVw Lot 6 of Ilk: J. J, W. Patton.
W'Ly SE''. __. ._ ____._. 21 4 10 140 Unknown __..__......_..____..._00 26,96Nhtl of Lot M T E Dokle' lt survey of Worthington I Spnng.Seen .
and a"d 4 N'y n.oCIIW'/ 'n'. and Aby 23 a 20 a60 Unknown ....--____..-______...... 44.19 add to Lake Butler. _____..__.. 31 6 t9 Unknown __......._._._...____..... 2.40 .- 28 32 .- -_- _._------- 83 6 19 M. A. and M. L. Allen ..._._.___.. 2.21
..r NWi4' and SW',. ofSWL lake Butler-In .S1,, of Lot 4 Lot 4 of Blk 6. J. W. Patton*
J NN't. ....___..._...___.______ LD2Wt N of E'< of Lot 1 and
__. ._...____ _._.__.___ 24 4 ao 80 Unknown .aL \ i Wljof survey of Worthington' Springs
I of} NWL and N'y- oC 8Wr 1. In T. E. Deklea 2nd -Sec; *. 24 32: ________________ 83 6 19 Unknown ......................... 189
and.., SW'of' SWL' _.n__- _. 25 4 10200 Unknown ...._....u_____.......__ 16.20 add to Lake Uutler __.__.00._ 31 5 20 Unknown ..............._...______ '.88 Lot 2 of Blk 8. J. W. Pattnnisurvey
I .r "it:' and NW'. of N Lot 11 N of n,. In T E. De.klu of Worthington Spring
SF.4 and W' and IW' of SE '. 2nd add. to Lake But. --See*, J8 31: ________________ 33 6 19 H N. Hodge ............___..... 2.69
,E14. and F'11I .f" SEI4 _. .._____. 24 4 10 520 Unknown _..........___....__.__._ 4t.n ler I ..--_.--___________--.__._ 31 5 20 Haiti William ........._...___n. 4 44 Lot 4 of ilk II, J. W I'attun'sSuney
I All,, IIW' of !SE'I __"_' 27 4 20 600 unknown _--._u..u___..__ 49$0T 4 A In SW Cor. of of Lot 4 31 6 19 4 Mr*. C. A. Knuht hair ._.....-_. 8.86 of Worthington i Springs
Si' .r 29 4 20 80 McCall Bra &. Co. .___..._..._..u 6.62r Lot 8 In Townnend Add to Lake --Sue*, J8 Ji __._-___-_- 33 6 19 0. W. Andrew _-__-_.._......____. 1.63
BWI, of SWI-----------hW4- and NWL4 Butler .__._--_.._____.______. 31 5 20 E. W. !Miller .._.__._....__-..._... 244 Lot 1 of Blk 15. J. W, Patton',
811' ned 1.0' 1 2 a 4 G 8- . 30 4 20411 MrCali lira &<< Co .... .....____._. 84,19 1.01.I\ Kl 11 in Towntend, Add survey of Worthington Spring
L.- Lot 2 ,. . . ._ __-_'_ -- __' 31 4 20 H Inknuwn ._u._____.__.___.._____. 4 U to Lake Uutler -. ___._____n. 31 6 20 J. C. T.rvsn _-.__.._...._..._.____ 87 -Si-c*. J8 31 .-.. __-__.-_--- 83 8 19 Unknown _.__...__._........._.... 1.63
}F 4 i All __ -. .- _- . ._ ___ _ __.._n___ 3Z 4 20 8U Unknown __________.__........___. 85.33NE' N'u of NE'; 11 and I'll.' of :NW; 433 6 20 140 Unknown .00_..................... 14 31 Lot 123 and 4 of Ilk 18-
4 ..r SE'' and W''. nf NE'4. \\ _____ _____. _-_ nn_. J4 6 20 160 tnknown: __..._..__.......__...... 11.11 J. W. Patton survey of
I end W't "r SE' and W111 of"r 2 A In SW Cor. of Jl W',, of N Worthington Springs Sue
lot, .___. . .________. .- 88 4 20131 Unknown __..._._.___________...__ 111,08 W 'I' being 1 A /N and S, by 2 js at --_--__----- --__::___--- 83 6 19 M. L. and :1. A. Allen ....._______ 8.27
y NK1. and E14 of NW' and N I A E and W u _____._.________ 13 6 21 3 W. W. Tiion .._........._..._.__? 163 Lot 1 of Blk 11), J. W. Pnlton'lAurvey
I WI ../IIW'/ and S''. of IWhnr 1 E'j' of NE'1 ._.. ________.___ 14 6 21 80V. W. Ilion _...__._._.__.._...._. 9.11 of Worthington Spring
NW'' _n.n____. -- ..__. U 4 20 300 Unknown --...._-.._-.--...--____. 27.80NEI 1 A In SK Cur of N'/i' of SW -s".., 28 3l ______________ _. 83 6 19 Unknown .............._._._._._.. 2.59
.r I!.E'. and W'1' .r NE L. of NWI.' __ ___.n____.__... 17 6 21 1 D. G. RoUrtl ..............____.. 416 N 31 ft of Lot 7 and all of Lot
anl WI4' an,1, Lota I .nd 2. 3& 4 20 647 Unknown ..._____..__.-.0000____. 46.0a Com Hi ChIlI W of NE Cor of !K of Blk IV. J, W. Pntuin
_ __ _. ._._ ____ H_ _ . 19 4 21610 W. H. Alien 8r. _...__..___._____. 5.89 NW', Of SEI' and run 8 89 fturxey of Wortnington Spring
ANE1' ..f I't.nd SI. "f NE4and ft. thence W Jl devree*. 3 194ft :t.: ::- / ?? --Seen, J$ 32 -.. 38 6 19 Ml' M. L. Allun ...._..__.__..____ 4.21
II' .r NW'i end B't' .. 20 4 21 a20 W. Ili Allen Fr. __.......__.____ H.IIO thence N 72 ft. thanes E S2.ftof Lot7andN8ftofLot )
S'" .r I'IW' _-... ___ __ -- .. __ 21 4 21' 80' W. IL AI9nn Sr----------------- 7.I: along It, rluht of way to b. It-. 19 8 21 Mr. Ella My tenDon --.._...... 148 10. and all L t of Blk
N11' .r NE' and W'1 and SWI I Com at NE Cor. of !NNof S in. J. W. Fattona ui\ey of
nf SE' and Ell' or liE' 29 4 21 a20 IV. It, Altm Sr------------------ 4',40 K'' and run 8 210 ft. to a pt Worthington. Spring Sew
All _ __ _- _-__..._-__-----_ 311 4 21 610 W. It. AII'n. Pr. __._..___..__.___ a6,80 of bra thence S I 180 ft to w.hllwn'a 28 at S3 6 19 !Mien M! A. Alien .__-..._.___.__. 4.SNW'i '
N', sod E'. of SW's' and. SFP'.i 31 4 21 MO (lnknllwn ._.__......______._.___._ .",06W' M. \\ land thence W Lot I" except, N 0 ft of Blk IW
,t __ . .._____.. .____..___ .. at 4 U a20 W. It. Allen Sr------------------ 26.11 010 ft to Hchoolhuiute lot. thunce .1. W. I'nttnn Survey of
SRi' of NEI' 26 22 Ner ilnwl- ------ 4,87NW' N 18ii" ft to Whitun Street \\orlhinnton Spring Sec
of NE'1' :: : :: .::_ :::: :.: 31 : 22 : It. .:. l0ook & Co. :::::::::::::::: 4,68: thence E 110, ft to pt of licit In 2$ 32 ...- 83 6 19 MA. and M. L. Allen ____._..__._ 1609
', S'' of NE'' snit S'. of NW'1 NW' of SE1'I. _____.--.._. 18 8 21 2 Mn. Minn! Mann ................ 8.96Knlforo' NEI of NE's' 2 8 20 41 Mr*, M, E. Clark .___....-___..___ 807
F "and S''. ,"_' ___ ____ _n_. D8 4 2:1: 4G2 M.... Carrie B. StarllnlC __.__....__. 83.14 LoU r.1 2(1 1) of Illk 1 In !UiI I 8''J of Lot :3 I and all Lot 4 7 6 20 120 Mr*. Charlotte Coffin ____.__.____.. 12.00
NEI' of Jl E' Hn" W'4' of 1'1 I __ n __ : 18 5 21 Development. Co. .....__._. 10.99 1''Ei, of :OWI. and \Ma of X
E'' and Ni4 ..f NWI and N Lot :3 1 4 6 II 111) of ilk 2 In 11'1, ... 11 A 20 120 Mr*. !M E. Clark __._.___.._____.. 14 Rl
20 2.3 A or I'E'' of NW'. Itniford ____n.n.._____ 19 6 21 HaiforJ Dexelopmcnt Co. .......... 687 SEi oS 23 6 20 44' Mr. M E. Clark -------- 899
un1N242.3AofSW'4of I Lote123456749111213: , uf'pwt; l -:::::::::::::::: 24 8 20 4'':) Unknown" _.- _..........:::::::::: 823

NW", ._._. _-__-._--_--_ 14 5 142r.1 W. (". Allen __.__--.. -...----.__. 17.89 I 11 of Klk 3 In Rntford _____n 18 5 21 FutforJ Development Co. .._______. 16.11RaiforJ :-WI.; of Nwf' _____.__.______ 6 8 21 40 J. A. Itowe .._.___....__.._.___._ 8.P2
1'1202.3\ SE'oNE' ',. __ -17 8 I" 27 W. r. AU..n .___._...____._...____. 8,02AW'L Loin 3 I 6 6 7 of Illk 4 In Rai SFI _. __._ ____. 7 6 21 160' P. M 1'udxelt, _.__......u_______. 1411
of NF:' and N'1 of (ilE'', 21 5 14 120 W. H Nettlra ___________.....____. 10,74 ford ____._______.n._________ 19 6 21 Development Co. -.......-. 9,29 SI:' oV'NE",""_n-_. _-_-_.___-.____ 11 6 21 40 A. L Jackson ._._._-_.__.___..__.. 823

t4E''.: of of Si'NF'., -::::::::::::::::: i : := 40 40 C.J.: J J. Ilrannrn J. hnun.::::::::::::::::::::: : SL 601SE' I Lou. 12846nn.IB1hof\ Lot6andnilLute76Ii101112 SW NE, C.of.".NWI;.--',,-,--except__-..--.15___A___in. 12 8 21 25 A. L. Jackson _____...__._____-__. 864

W'ti of yF' n d' W' I ofIS' 13 of Illk 5 in Rniford\ __..____ 13 5 21 Rtiiford Duvclopmrnt Co. .......... 11.00 S'j' of Lot 1, except 2 A in NWC.r
4 ,. of NW'li _________:.:_ __ 21$ 5 I 19 03 C. J. Johnson ____-.__.__._---_---. 9.78NE' Com at NE Cor of lend *oldjn\ ______.._______.._..__._ 28Wij 6 21 19 Dr. E. T Campbell _.n_-...__..__ 174
I. .f SE'I. ynd SEV, of Na. I I E Kite, and run N HlB ft. W of SWi 0[ NWL4! and N I
} I.. __.__._________ 2' 5 14 80 .1. J. Hrannpn .0000_...____.___.__. 10.60 105' ft. thence S along linn 10Bft. Wi, of SW i, .____.__nn 2 6 22 60 R, O. Dennnrd .__-.____..._.n_._. 1099
RW'. or-FR'' -.__________.___ 25 5 14 40' J. C. C..lla. _00_._.............__ 465 I E 105 ft. to beg _.___-..._ 19 8 21 C. C. Eapp ___..__.__._........... R.14 NW'4 of NEI, of swi, ______ 2 8 22 10 Rev. S. r.. Wolf ..-___n._._______. 216
NW'' or SF:' ___.___.____.00 __ 25 5 14 40 0\. A. .IH"'hpr" _._..._.___..__..__. 3 yl SWI,, of NEI'I _.____..___.n__ 19 5 21 40 Unknown ......................... 7.2it NE'4 of NEI and l "."n of VE<.,
NEt. .f N64- .__.___.-______. 24 5 10 40 J. J Drannen _._..___...___...... 560 ,, !-I'. of NW' _.__ ._ _.. ..____.__ 20 6 21 80 J. G. Retch Ealat ......._____... 10,69v and SE'' of NWi4 and NW'4of ;
iI'iI( of NF' ._ 31 5 14 8f' W. W. 'h.hOllm Esmte-- 10H N 1-J of NWI; ', of !'OEI-13' 1-1 NWl and. EI j of SW l, _._. 3 8 22 2HO R O Donnanl ____.__.________.__. 4481
Fd F'J nf !NF'I ._--------------_ 34 I 14 80 f:. 1'. Jllcke ___ 066SW' I A : also com at NE Cor. of "For' NEi! I. ___ ___.n.____. ._ 4 8 22 40 It. O Deimard ......____.__..___. 4 45
'., nf AWti\ __ ___.u_____ .._ 5 5 19 40 ""nknown .__.n__...._.__.__.______ 621 NE1" of NWl' and run w N I of SE1 of SE1' __________ 6 8 22 20 Siln Lunton ................___... 2 BO
NW'' of NE'. and E'a' of NW' II 5 19120 John C..w. _.__n..u-___ 12,00IIW' I IM yard, S 144 2-'l yd. E NWl, -_ _.____n.n______ 8 8 82 HO I>,. R I'. Taylor _-...__.__.__.n__ 2355
'. nr SF's: _____00.____..._. 11 5 19 44. M.t.11 Bros. Co ___--_.__._.._. 481IIf la2! yd*. N 114$ 2.3 yiU. to pt ft T "C.Ol l NWl of N\\'l. .__.___ ______.__ 0 6 22 40 f.IHI. A. Joyce ............______... 1089
:' of NW'ti and SW'' ,. .". of b"1f-4 A ___.n_______.____ 20 621 17 0 C. Eapp' _.._....__..........___. 5.36 E'. of Iii. of SEt4 ,,f SW'10' 6 22 10 Unknown ...--.__.......____._.._. 142
sent 1 lot lOB Ct iquan' S 1-1' of NW1; of NEI',-U 1-3 A W'j' of E''. .f NEt, and E'.. of
tint portion of N\\ .r SE'4N Aluo com nt SE car of NE'', of SB'' of "SEi, ... .___ _nn 11 A 22 60 Unknown ._...............__...__. ft 94
or 1ev 26 A _.__.n--_____ 18 5 19200 M.'nn Hra e" ,__.._ _..___..__ 8166k SW1' and run N Nil 2-J" yuW >* I'For' SE1 _n.nn______- 12 8 23 40 A. 1'. Hoirman, .._n...__.__..____ 4 55
k W', or :' and E' SW' u a 19 160 MrCall Bra &" Co. ._____.,...___.. 14.69NE' I 1IJ: >dii. 8 114 2-3 yd, 1: I"r SE'1 I "' ___ .. __ _-_. 12 4 22 40 J.. A. Eian _u..________.______. B57
I ..rf NFL;, nod .N.t. of\ : 1 1\2:\ yd* to belt-4 A __.n__.___ 20 5 21 17 A. T. SRrp .._....__._.__._______. 606 Wlj' of Eij of SW'l\ of SEkS12 6 it 10 Unknown ._.--____--__..________-- 1.82
1 I. .r NF'i .__.___________.. 20 5 1'1 60 Mor..n 111'01I. Co---------------- 8.81 I IS', of NEI of NEI ._ __.__ 25 5 21 80 E: 1>. llrllf., ._-_n..'___,,,_,,,__ 7.61 NW'4 of NEl of SN'1\ ________ II 8 22 10 Unknown nnU__...._______..._. 497 'I\
y NI -- -- ------ 21 a 10 80 McCall Bros 8 Co .-......-...-.- 10.56 | NE'' of SE'i' ---- --- --.-- ------ :110Lota t il 44 T J. More ...--_...__.._.__...___ 9.11 KI' of "sr.i of NWi and NE:
1 1o, ,1' sty' ;: cxcui.t; I A ni;; t 3 4 or 18 A In N'Ci' of 'a of NEl of "SW' 'l __. __. 14 8 22 20 :1... Era T. Ryion -- -- ,12.17
.n. -- -- --- -
_____________ 1 B 22 15 Unknown ................ ....... ;
IIW ('''r.. and all II'. .f 81' NE' I 5.4* WI of rj of SF.:' of NW'11' 8 22 10 .1 1 Homer Llvinviton _..____.______ 511 lJ
I., S or KY .. ____ _______ 118 8 111 8:1: S. n. nob.rta _____.____....______ 11,84E't 'Lot :'H In W.sxllawn ... __no. 1" 6 tt 10 Unknown' i 16 N'' of NW'1' of SEI' _nn__._ 14 8 22 2fl Peter Enule __....__.____..____.__. 11,54 J!!!
of NW' and SW'i' "f NWs i NW' of NW'i; __. .__ ._.. _.___. 12 6 22 41v.. L. Utentrwt.....___...______ 466INW'I SF1' of SW1 .of SSI n__ __._ 16SW'1 8 23 10 C. 1..l'nk------------------------- 1.41 "i
__ __ ._ _ __ _______. 21 5 10 120 n. A. Town'.h,1 ._.-__.__.._.______ n.81 I, > of NE1 and NE', of of NW'' except. 5 A In S ,
1'' SF' h.SW'' and I SW'i 8 /NWi.SEi .__ n _ _.____ _____ 12 522 80 Mr*. Carrie B. Starting- ..._____.. 894 E Cor and. 2 .X in $\\\' Cm .. 17 6 22 33 C. L. Peek _______..__..__.____00__ 4.16 '
};{ .f. _ __ !__ II 5 10 80 I. M. 810k. __-_..__.__..m__.__ 12 70 1 'I..rl'\\----------' 12 6 22 10 Ceo J. Arnold ..__......._._...... 2.ifl SE1' of NE'' and E'I. of SW

1'1' of NE's __e' .__.__ h______ 20 8 19 80 S. rt Roberts __._._...____.....--_ 8,17NE' iW1' of HWi, of NE1, and EV4! 'I. of SEt1, _ __ -_ ___. ___- 17 H 22 70 J. J Truly __._.__._____..__...___ 1 111 ,,0fl !
of SW' _ __ ._-___. ..__ 85 8 111 40 Unknown .____...._..__.....____.. 6.93lY'4 I I of SW'l, of I'-F.I.: nnd SKI,.. of I of PP. of SE1' 17 6 22 80 Raymond D. Crawford ..-.--..-.--- 1 tV'J NWi andV'J' of SW V. of m..I.80.; \;
of t"'V' of Nf: nod on W aldo I of ;
and NW'' or SI'i.. accept I SE'-:' 12 6 22 90 Unknown ......................... 1671 1,. except, N 1 1 A for. church. 17 8 22 8 Tellx Gondwlna .___.__...._______._ R. 1" A In SE Cnr." and NE' of NEi: "f SE1' of SEI:' and W N', of E 2."c: NWi' or NEI', 13 8 22 11 William Tinon (Col) ____.._____.__ 509
RE'' . . _ _n_ _- 1 8 10410 Unknown __..__......_._..________ 88.87 I .-I'1 oi I NE1' and 8V: RWI of SFI ._n_..__._.___. 18 A 22 40 Kuniom( Reynold ..----_.--._______ 6.23
E'1' nr Nt:' and NW'' nr Nf, of SW I of NWi and S'ii' of SF'' of N\11I, __.___._....____ 18 8 22 40an.. Reynolds .-.._--________--._. 8.l3
I xnd NIi14 of "WI' and A''. NE1' of SEi:' and \\ L' of PR "SF', of SF.I' _..________..____. 19 A 23 40 J 8. Price __.__..____._____.____. f.99 \
y. or IIW'' nnl' NWL, of SW's. i, of SEi and N'j' of S'a'\ ofSW' NE'i of SEV: of SE' ______.__ 21 6 2J 10 H C Sherman ___..__.00.00___ 8.72 [
and SW'' ; ..CI'II' _-h._-_ _- I 810820 Unknown __..__._._....__.________ 1'.07 of SWI and W .u of S f.rn.W'; of Illk 3. S of R,
Wt. nf N N'I. nf "NR': nod "AEU E' of SWi and S'j' of NE'', I F: and IB ,\ beg at n post
of NIIjan.1: W''. nf NF's' of "SEI' of S-- .____n_.-__. 12 II 22 125 "nknown ..___u.._._..__._-.._._ 23.48 Ii. chn W of NE Co,. of SK1'
not W'. nn.1 NWI.r SII", lot 61 In \\ oodlnwnS1 __.n_--___. 13 12a 10 Mrs. 1' O. Tabor _-_...._..._._-_ 2.111 of and run S 10 chn.
"...1 NI'' ', nr FFt'' .__n.____ 8 8 III 530 Unknown _...__...__..__.___..__..80.n of Lot 7 8 in Woodluwn. __ 15 I 23 lu Cliaa, Dinklns __.....__._____...... 8.58 W to c'RlR N on Rnilrond! toN
end NI" of l.oi.' '. it ii' In 11 and 12 In
NW' or NFoI line of mid SC1 ,. thence E
NW' enl W'I,. of NW" n _ 4 5 20 160 Unknown ___n___..._.__.....___._ 11 01 \\oodlnun - .--- ---------- fa 5 23 00 Unknown ___u.u 10.QII to lieir, abm 5 A. F.'j of '\' '
N'' J .nil I N''.. or 8W'I and N''. I Lot IW In Woodlaun ......___. 1 16 a 2a n H'nnlln Shaw-_.._.......__.____ 8.86 of NE'. of SEI ______ __.._"_ 21 6 22 21 Elmira. King ..............___.___. 14.29
nr 1'1.,' .. ... .- .. .. -__ 5 II III 480 Unknown ._.._....._____.____.___ aT no t ILot 18 \\oodlawn _____...___- 13 5 U 10 Unknown _______.._.__._.__.-_.___ 2.16I ID' A com at center of R. R..
Lute I 12 and 1'1' ..r lot a ___..__ 8 8 20 200 Unknown ..--..._..__._.._.___._._ 17.n I Lot J8 in WoodlawnLot ______.._._. 10 5 22 10 Unknown __nn.....__.__.....__._ 2.19 where ij mile line of Sec 21
E'J of NK'; and N\\I' or B 5ti In Woodluwn -. __ _____n 10 5 U 10 Florener 1'1. Hayea __.__.. .n____ ::1.18 E coil W cowers. and run Non
}:1,4 ___ ___ _ .. .__- 8 8 20 UO Unknown ._......__.___.._u..__._ 10.01t Lola 10 and 21 1 In Woodluwn, _.__ 18 6 2l 20 R. G. Potter _"-_,__,..__,,,___,_ 3.8d R R nm ft thence E nt
:'. .r NFI xnd' IIWI. of ASVI.1 1.01 3 In Woodl.wn .n.._____.. 19 5 22 10 W. S Ta'bo ..._ .. .._.__n I.OU right i>mrl<* of R R. to said

nod fI..r' 8W'IIWI' / Lot 12 11 14 i92112122 half mile line. thence W to hen 21 6 22 10 R M., .JnklniFrnc _......._____._____ 10.22
0' SE'',. . _ _ . . 0 5 10240 Unknown ________..__.__.___.___._ 21.81 JH and J'l! In XVoodlawn, _-__ _. 19 a 22 100 S. D Davb ..__._...._.._____..__ 13,19!! NW1 of Blk 2, 1nf\ It
N11'6 nr !NKi.i.:", E11': of ,IN', of NEl of SEI I and E', 2 E com at NW Cor of Blk
6.53 of of NEl of SKI; ..___ 21 6 22 85 C. n. Snpp ___.__.._____..______ 10.110
I N\\ nr NW'' .r "NF':' 10 II 20 86 Rabl T Smith ._......_... -_-_ Sj n and run S 110" ft to land deededto
FEt' of NE'' xnd F.I.' of NW I NWi of NWi' of SWi, ____00 22 5 22 10, 11. still It Jones, thence E along
I of N\\ of "NF';' and N ---------------------S'V'' pttid line of Jones Innd. 35<" ft,
$;I .r NW' and 11'1 ..f NW ''' thence. N along public road to
I and! W' .f 1IIn"\ SE'j. Town nf ley., W of Railway I ne between Blk 1 nnd 2.

'. ::: Lot, I a S O -n ..I"S 10 I 10 499() Unlthown.0. ---.. 28.90FT1 N1.; Illk of Illk 11 11.-::: :: : : : : ::. ::::: 241 23 : ii Ches.Chae. Dinkins Dinklna .::::::::::::::::::::: 10 17.51Iaaa ABAll thenri W along. acid line toIm
and SR' of NW''I. ..::......:.... :.- in Temple. sub division21 8 23 2 R. :.t. Sparkmnn .......__.._____._ 819
1Y'4 or NW" nod SW'' ._ II a 110 a60 Unknown .__ 40.16F I all2 of ilk I 18Hnlf ._______ 23 a 22 11. L. BI.n.had .___.._...-.._____ S96 E'' of Blk I. S of R J E nod
'. of "\\-, and I'W I and W'V ntkI/ .._ . .__ . n___ 28 5 22 AI.iwy I. lfarley .._...__...un__ 5.5. W- i of Blk I I. 8 of R :.1\ E and
I. utA1V SE':" tool. Town of laoley' E of RullwarI 1'(01-( ..r Blk 1 I. N of R J E.
:::1 slat fKV9 12 a 1101190 Unknown _....__.. ..._..._...._... 81.78W' I I.ot .!.'- Sec .M I 21 J5N'j . nn 26 6 U rOo L. Sap I', J,. ..._----.__..__--._ 10.9 sod NW1; of. nik 1 1. S of It
I All 14'. of I'E' M of It,. except of Lot Jl: -S.... .',1 J4 J3; .-. 28 6 22 Unknown ___.__.___.____.-___.u_ 2.1" 2 E. and S1 of !t\\'I! of Blk V
2 A M.\ _ . 13 a 20 86 N. \\'. lI rna .__........______... 9.85 Lot H8 See Jil: U f ._ . _. ... 28 A 23 Ru.a Janes _--__-.___.___00..__... 8.8411 I 18 of R 2 K in Temple'fl' nub

N'. of NE'' and N' nf NW'1' I Lot 7. Sec.. 21 21 ::'H __ __ _-..-. 28 6 2l tm.lill: Hnwkinx _.____000000. division. __ __ ._ __ h. . 22 6 22 17 N. B. Hull ...._....__...____._____ 1141
n -
end SW'I ..f NWI' . 11 alO! 200 Unknown ...__.___.._.____...___. U.08 Lot 4U -..... Jl:I UJ5 __.___ u_. 28 8 22 Fannie Rnl..on ..-.--...-...--.--- 1.1:1' J1, c\ Com nt XW for of Center
1'1\\ 14 nr 11\\' ? xr' pt 2 A In I Init Bll' Sit 21 21 J.I _ .. 201 6 U Ch"" Parker __.......00_._______. 2.15 St and Stnrki and Lnwtey Public
IIC..r _ _ IS 5 20 88 PRvl1l J' C"lI'ln .....__.___..-__.... 5.27 I lot n in rut> .iih div In Ennt mail unit run W along 'aid,
I t I _____ 22 Parker __ ._ __.._ ._ .
I" \ In NF: ( ..r of Iawtry-ire 2'1 24 28 U 6 Chia 00. 2,46 itriet 410 ft to Innd of N. I>.
I FIN.W'a .r "'F.' an.1 N'" ofSttt4 Ml SWi, ,,f SWI of SE'I. E of rlngermnn. thence N along Bald
and W'i4 nr III'' ofNW'i Klngnli-y lion.I __ ._..____ 2/1/ 6 U 5 r. F. Stewart! n..-..__........__.. 2,46 Innd Urtu ft thence E Ito ft
and of v L, f. Ntv' SWI! of "SF1' of NFi __u__._ 21\ 6 22 10 !M.S Sn.p, ._..___.__._._-....__ 2.11 to nld road, thence S along
,: sod NEf, /SW" S\t'4 of Stilt of !NW I I. .. _._. 2/\/ 6 23 10 Sarah WIllinma _-...___..._-____.. 8M" said. road t to beg. in Temple

S wt' and AF14f IIW',. I SW1, nrWI; of SWI ta __.___ 2/\/ 6 22 10 J. n. ,\hrahnm __.__.n__.__...__._ 5 5 4 _uh.divislon ..... ______n____ 22 6 22 3 Jae Morrl: .* ..............__________ 892
axcl.t, A A In NI Cnr _ __ 18 120405 I'nkn..wn .____...._-.._-___._.____ 4811F.I. 111':' of SWI of SWi __... .__ 25 6 22 10 A. 1',1 __.________._.__._._____.__ 11"4 NI' of SFi of SWI,,, except-
120 8 rrll. C .rkhllr,1t, ____ __ _ 196nkn SWI of NEI of SWI _ _ .. 5 U 10 II C. I'.... and Ch.. Dlnkia- _. 2.18
.. .r NFI "r SFt, of WL'18 -' ' ' n ,. 25 2 A In.SW Cor __n.______- 22 6 22 18 J. :\1. Trtibr ...._____...._._-______ 1044
WI nr .n.1 'if %V ) 1 .. ... I a 1 W'IAof NL1ofNW'ofN. W".f SEi of NELS; ______ .21 42220 O. A. Jiilinnon
: : g : i : ; : ___.._ .._______ 1529IB
6t'V. .rN SW' .::: : 0 9.Purtia; ::- /AI WI' _ .. . __.____ 28 5 23 a T. L Ouerry .___-__.._.._._______. 410 %Mj of "SE1' of NEl n______- 21 8 22 20 .. 8. L. Alvnre ..- --_..__._.__ 29
1..t I .._ ____ ..____._. .__ ___ 18 120 416 "nknown _..____.__-____..._-__.. R8"1C..r W 41'j .\ of NE'' of NWl, of SF.' ___ 28A 6 22 40 Unknown .... ...n ... 17.UPAGE II 12 _ _ __--__ 18 5 20' 80 :\1.... Inn S Pun-II _.__.__.____00. 811 SWI' _________ .____ _______ 24 6 228M", Lillian Walk.r ._._.___.___ 6419 I ", ...rrt.i of-.wi. ,--and--8 -- ---- ------
/ N'lI of ant 0, excrDt 8 A In SE I NWl of "''WI. ._____.___.._.__ 28 6 eJ 40 L. L, SopP. Jr. ......._._.._.._._-_ 10.611 'I of NW of SW's',, aim com
1 ("0' ._._ . ___ ______ .___n._ 18 5 20 414 "Snm.1.' .1 I IV, n".n .....--.......-- 950I. Com al SW Cnr of SW'' of SE' Ills yd N of SW Cor of NWl,,
1.015 I 2 nn,1 N'. of Lot 12-- 19" 6 Oil. 2110 ".. Inn 8. I'un-Ia ...eo_...._.____ 2771\ i end nit E on Sow, (me 41" I "r SWI> ,; nod" rim F. lL: ydx,
I.! NFL4 or NV'' n.. .. -- .._ _.. 2i1 8 20 40 unknown _.__.._00-__.____.-__.__ 697I ft In" n' I.I' if brr thenen N N111y'b.'N" 1 147ydx.SI10
5 20 80 n.lurn" Purvh .__._...__...__ __. 10.69 i.i,? "Ct: 1."Ct'.I;" 8 41411). W'' ,
.. 20 R ft.
1 .
I W .r NW' - ,: : yds. 10 Icy _n __ __ 2/1 8 U 41 Thin TI.on ___. _.___.__.. _..._. 25,73
FI tot of lit:' end Nof' NWi I 1041 fl 'n IH'1f .. ..__ ... 28 I 22 B Iaa W. \\'lIl1aml ....._.......__.__ a.M 3 .\ ill NE: Car ?f :ASV'' or SE .00
nn.l' SWi of NW'S And SLj' NR'1 of NWI ?f'E'' . ._ _____ 24 5 22 III k L. .______u...._.______ 396I hinyl ANniSlq, 1.1
of SEi' of NWt __ __ P. ._ 21 B 20 224 Unknown _______._--...___..--.___ 21 67 I 1/111/ nf SE'' ..r NE'' of SEt4 _. 28 5 2:1: 6 Rufus :\1.Ka. .__._..____..._._____. a.lo F. nn.1 \\1. 21 8 22 8 Unknown ___.._._...___..___.__ :I.SO
N',J of !tF.' o' NW'I, _ n_' 21 8 20 20 Parnmt Ral.b. ___.._..___._____n 600AW't ,1'"... II SE (C',.r of /IIF.f //II I' I in SE C"r "r NE' ofh.lno
of SE': -: 2i 40 :5111. Charlotte Coffin ._-_...___.___ 787 It II'" 0 to apt I i'E';' 1 .\ N and S b"II'

I 1..". 1 18 I'l 20 of Blk 21: In : "I I.. I. Ihonre A s.0 ft.thrnro' A F. In.1 W . . -- .- 21 8 U 5 Theo Tlaon ._....___._ ......_____ a.II'
Johnntnwn _ .. .- - .- 23 5 29 Mr. Bell S. Mead ____..___-__.. 609B F. 1 14 .I."t. r., :10 ft.S "j.. 11114 Ct N'of NE Car, 0f W -
NFI, except Li.t III! "f Hlk 28 22.5 ft, W 1 14 .1'crw.x tot "bee U I 22 1 Mary Jane Robln.oa ......_....____ 1.89 I ..r NV'1 or SE's' or NE's
In Nt4''i" .if NTi' nn.l SW, 2 .\ In I'W Cur. of NE'4' or SE and; run 12\ 8 ftV inn ft,
and of SF:I _. .. . .. .. _____ 24 8 23 2 Unknown __ __ .__ .__
of SWI, and AWL I. Mjof LI, 00 _. ... ___ 141 N 213 I ft f: bun f' in Lau ._- U 8 12 Richard Reynol.L _........__.._. 4.78
SFI: ,. except I otn 14.19 t) h 70'' rot NWi4" or '"'W'i' n____ 27 5 23 10 l'.kn"n ._......._...._..___..__. 8.96Ai; Toan "r Starke. In NEI n
1 of rilk, !>. and t.ot* 90 ; of 561% ..f AE'', SEbi ,. "f SW'4

'.. of Hlk' "1 and I,ol t of Ink and W't ; ;of AF, of fI'FL/ and Lot 4 nr IIIk 9 _ n .. . __. 28 8 22 J. T Qulgley ._.._.__..._-..___.__. 8.88
11 and lot 14 of Blk 14. InJnhnxb.wn 8'" .r SWI nr FEt and SE'. I.... I .C Hlk 1. r.tvndrd. nnFns.
. _- .._.. .n n' 23 20 444' Unknown -______._.......____._-. 64.04NC1 .r 'E'"' nr !tWI _n_________ 27 5 23 116 A. n. Harley _....._._.__.__.___ 21.41FI ..,'. map -. .. ---- IS 6 U It L. Gray ._.__..._ _._.._.____. U.88
of envt . .. _ 24 B 20 80 John P. Coffin '__..............'___ U.OO ,i ...r1': :' of SE'-' _.__n__. IT 5 23 20 L. L. lI.rp. Jr. -_.._..._____.__..._ 714I. Lots l'' 10 II 12 11 H 18 10 of -
;, NKj of NK' and w' and, SUj .... :11 In W."IIIwn -. __. ..____ 29 8 22 10 1J"kn.n ..__..._.___...__..___ 394 Hlk 4. al .t.n..1. on Yon...,'.
of SFi: .. . .n.1 5 20 480 Unknown ........_..._.__...._._ 41 81 Lot U In W'\lII.'n 24 8 23 10 J.... fI Foci .-__.._.._........._-- 152I man _ __ ___ -__n-_ __ . ___. 28 4 22 !5111. Kate Brown ___.._____.._.__. 86.18
Sly of NF' and, S'tj of SN'27' B 20 160 Loulm Andrew .._..__...__..__ 1489 I..n 21 and 28 In W".I1I1..n _._. 29 5 22 20 W. I.. Johns ..._.._._....__....__ 4$8 Lot 4 nf Hlk 6 - -- __ .__. _. U 4 22 l4uiglcv,. Lumber It SupplyCo. ____ 12.70
.'. of Sf:' and I and K'' of o\\ I and I'EI.' .__ 18! 6 20 340 Unknown .___f_..__...___.......___. 378 e."n .t "NE r..r .f SE', of NEti I I.ta:: g : 7 : ir RIk l3.--:::: ; : 22 Mn: : Mary lVtwka -.:::::::::::::: U"rlclnal
In Y'.. of HWH .. I .. and run W .n See line 70 yob. Town or "Iorke on SE
LoU 20 'J nn.l' Jl I ..f Hlk 8 Ep- a 1'1'1'I S an h In a pt .r Iwy. thence '. of SW L.
peraon* add to Lake Buller.. 26 6 20 Sallie Hamilton __........_..._._u 614 F. 911 HSUOft.N60ft.N W 262.3 ft or Lot.5and7of

Com at n pt on N .ide of II" ft t'V. I. !I'noll.'nre. n__ 8 6 H D. C. Williame ._...._.__.____._. 45t ItIk 1- __ __ __ _._ .. ._ 2M 6 23 Theo T.n ........_..._.._____.__ 21.1S
rlo.\ I.n.1 Rt. In like Butler, Com 70 ,.1. N'of NE Co,. nf I "to or Lou 8 and 8 of Blk

r where a continuation. of theWestern :NE'1 nr NFt: an,1 run, S! 70 I 10" .__.___ n_______. ...___.... IS 1 sa R. L. Gray ._..._.._.._.._.___.. 28.01
boundary ..\.h.m.. St. ,d., W :tI ydx. N 70 yob'. E 16yda S 24'1 rt "r Lot 4 and. N 10'"

c In F, 1'. O.ium. Add I to Lake. to 1 boy __ . __ __ _ 8 8 19 J. 0 Frali.k ..._...._._.._____.__ 4 24Wt r. of Lot 5 "r flit ., 24 0 23 Dr. N. W, Francia ._....._.______ 81.48
Butler If contlnueil in a Northerly nf SW t4 of SWt4 and. NWI E'' or Lot I an" I..t" 3 II 7 of

direction would intersect or !tW L.. P..I.t N 09 yanlx Ilk 24 _. . ____ -.-- _____ __. 24 4 23 Quigley, Lumber It Supply (;0. __.. 1181
with the Vorthern boundary of soil NE' nr tlWL,. accept S Lot 2 of Hlk 27 -... __ __.__n. 241 0 22 Quigley! Lumbar A Supply Co .... 17.11
I Cleveland At. hence W 14 ft.. 69 y.b. nn,1 E 12 1 ____n___. 9 8 18 'A R R Pries ...._..._.__.._._.._._ 1121 In SF.' of SWL,
N Ian ft., K S4 ft. S 100' rt. Fly:' of !SW't nf SW'ti. .______.. 9 0 18 10 WIIIam, Price ___._.._._._....__. 481F. iota 8 8 nf Elk Sl J. !M. Johna
to pt of hetr. in And.non'sAdl. 221, ,1 or NE', .r "'FL' : _____. II 8 n 22 Ala Keith __.._._...._.___..______ 3.02 add t" 'nrb .. . __ .__ __ __ 21 6 22 R. M. Sparkm.n _____
n _.__..__.._ 1,4'
to lake llutler' .. . ... 39 6 20 J. B Dowtin ..__.....___._..___ 8.44 till L. of NF.L. and NWL. or 8 Lot. 2 and 4 of Blk 3. J. M.

f Com .t n l-t HO ft r. of !SE) Cor F.L. ._._ __. ....._. _._ .. __ . 11 8 II 80 r.ham Thomaa ..._...._...._...__ S Johns all tit Starke _ ._____n 28 1 22 J. T. Quigley .__._.._.__.___. 4.1'
of MA n nnd rvkle St* nnd at NI': "or. n' SF.L, of SWti Lot a and S 20 ft of lot 8 ofRIk
I run H 114 rl. E Rtf. N 114 and, rim W 175 yds. to apt 17. J. M. Joh" add to

M ft.. to Main" Street thence W of Ire thence S ;35 lr..F'l. :: AAnk Stark ._ __ ... .- -.. -___. __ 28 6 II J. T. Quigley ...._.______ 18.11
on Main' treet 61 ft to hey .,, A' 98 eds. 'N NA ., . In Wy of SEL,
McKtnney', ....prv. to take ,01. E 70 ,,01.. tn b ..-.boQt - '... t"' -. w a no'_ Lot 1 0' Alk 11. Llvln..lon. Tmby .

Butler on E. .::de of !O'. of 1t', 1 ._ __ __n.____- ...__00. 15 I II 1 F..IPr Glover __.._........._.._.._ 5,81 A Co's .01,1, to 'arke __._. 29 8 U Unknown ..
29 Unknown ....._ _._.. __. _._?._.___ 11.81
Lot 10 ._ .. . 86 5 .__. 1620 12 0\ ta NW Co or NTor S In NEv1 0' NE% ?
Com on fl Aide of Ry right of f '. F.-, _... __ n________ __________ 14 8 14 I Ella Burrouaha -_.._._.._____. 111SFI Lts a and 4 nr Wy. .f Dlk 41Livingeton
way about 5n feet E of W line of NF.L1: __ _ _ nh. 14 8 II b1 Unknown. .....___._._......_..___ 431SELI Trub a Co'. sub
I of said Byrd A Vernon lot of IIF-C. "r NEti and E ,,, .._. ._. ..
nmS6oft.E4.tft/J v .. .n._..__ 29 1 II Rowe Con .._.___...._._._.__ 4.4'
and ty of NEti of SEti. except !ISt W'.J. of IIlk 1a Llvingaton .
80 ft. to Ry right of way, ; 0\ __ ._ _.. __ . .__ ____ . 11 8 II 11 Bertha Price __".__"-"-__'__ 120W'tr a Co's sub. "Iv ______ .__. U 8 12 R. M Jsnklni ._.____...
.. __ 10.99
ttvnce W on said right .r .y ., .f NFL, or NFti, and NW't4 . .. Ilk 96 Livingston, T"b, Co'. _
49' ft to .bev. Byrd A Vernon 0' NE1a' and Nt; of 8WL. "1-- -w1, .- 'w" sub "iv _. _.u___._...__._.__ 18 8 II R. M. Elliaoa .
A Ins In SH of Lot 9 E 3 .V InlIcKI..n. of NEL', ._. __ ____ _______ _u 17' II 80 R. W. Willlaate _____._ 10.08 Lou 1 1 soil 4 nr RIk n I.Ivln". """""__. 12.70
..,'* add to Lake But.ler 114. .f !9Wti "f Nl'4' and NW lion. Truly It Co' sub di... 18 1 n Jaa
__ _.__._.___ __._ .. - -- - 10 8 20 Oiear Tomlinaon. ......_..___... 6 54 (4; .r SEt4 and E" .f NEti ofSW11 Lot a "f Rlk 42 Llvln..on. E. Franklin ____. 1,4'

Lake Butler Original Town-9Hef .. ._.___ _.nn.. 17 8 18 811 Unknown ...__._.__._..__._. 11U T"b" Cn'. sub div ___..: 29 8 21 Julius Butler
lot U 6Fti, 0' NWti _-- ___- ._.h.n_ 14 8 18 4" Buck Willi..... ____.___. 4.11 LOLl 1 and 4 er Sly "f- ntk 44 .__._.____. 1.4'
514 of Lot 14 17 of nik I------ 10 6 10 Mr! nettle B. !McDoniM ___... 17.81 . SI'':' . .- __ ..__ 25 8 II 40 lln..n09". _.________ 810't..o Trilby It Co'. sob
All Lot :45 of Blk 17 nnd ajl i Lot; Wt IA EII.n Bunt .. ISO '1./nnton
NEt' -- - -- __
44 of Blk 15NofA.C. L of $9:.r _-. .::::::::::: i: : 15 :: J. E. Fhtab .=_:.::.:: 1.11 N'y of Elk 46 n Livington,Trub" ZI It J. J. A.n. ____.__.___ '-48

Railway __._._______________. 10 6 10 !Mr Rattle B. McDonald ____ 176 Roe .t NE Cnr of SEtl' 0' N a ooh dlv 28 1 U
In 84 of LoU 9 and 19 Wti and run W un T1a to art In 1'\;; \ of NW't/--i-p.t-i; ; ; H. G. PI"ford __ U'W
91 Lot 19 of Blk S M L. McKIn- 0' her. thence l' Iles ydx.V .. NE'4 W 0' R. R. and !''o"ECo
np,,'. add or New Lake ButLola' \ 210 rda. S UO .da. E 213y" ,. of IIPL: 0' NWti
__ "_'__ ___ 10 6 20 Unknown .....____._______ 176 tn hoe _-______ n.-__.._. 2'1 8 Ii 'C. B. lIunt. 8r. ._.____. 7.43 VIa 1 t 8 and 4 of 81k ITem.L. .
u 2 4"a nd'it Vf "i fk 6 In "M"! L.'I'I.Klnn.a npl140 y.l. q 0' NE C.... of pte. add to Stark. 14 121
add or Nw Lake NEt nr NWL. and nn II 116rda. ..; 12 A ynd 4 of -c-.4..T.;;,: Ua..o'. .____ ""'__ 11.81
Butler .. _ .. ______ '''-- SO. tO Lake Butler t A Electrl Co.; ..--_. 1170 W 210 rib. N 140""yds.E. pies add to> I.k.! ___ 26 8 n
LoU 27 and 29 of Blk 8 In !If. L :1' rda to> Iwy . ._ __. IS 1 1. 1 UDkno .____.___ ISO n CoaUoue R. A. Sba..r (;0. ____ 11.11
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T. R. A. Owner I I''' I l' I "f. . ,.
Taxes Sea & ( o.I. '"i. t.unity'' ( """ .i. ? ? 'n. I-H f Vi f1
pmcrlptlon Sea T. R. A. Owner & ('oat.m ta '" ,... I.. nN. WI\ II 7 22 2 Mary JIOII'r ___. .__ -__--_ .. ..5$ 1: nrviWImn rrfnn.l. nioni-y $If PAZO OINTMSVT fallnI ''I'1" , '' 1 I I'i ,, inn' 1'1 -riilll. will, r. nn., in,,111 1
: .if Ilk Ji, 'U'tniik! add ';W' .f( S\\. nn.1 S'' or NW i I I to euro luliinii, IHm.l. nli-mllniiiir rrntruillnu rtlmlimtnntly M 1 ".i.iv luU : 'ih. nil,i. nl 1 li' "'rl!...- ? ,III. '

lo Stark. -- .- - - -- -. . :23: 6 22 J... Gri-cn, _____.__.__....___..____ 1.43 t. "e I:1E': . _.__ __ ___ . ..._ 8 7 22 60 .1".. Clark __. .-_ . .___.___.n__. i. 23 I rmtful: lei-u n-lli-vm altt-r Iliu Itilnim: next' I'll awliuuiua.?* anti you Prifutkk'otl ran 6'(i -11,1 1,01"I i C"r nairiiiK|' all "'t..l w "il,, indl 'C a
ot: II .f Illk .'7. 'li.niult t addNtt'V "SEC' ; .r NE'4; :: cuvpt" 10 A In S : > l" nn' 111. M..I. I work on the ICI'le. ticroN.w. : ;

,t.. 3uune' .___ :23: 6 22 H. Y. Brown ____n.__-...___..____ 1.43 W 'or ._ __. .. ._-_ __ _ .._. 10 7 22 80 I.y nh.I.n . ... _ ___.__ .. .... .. I 'Lau I Iti,. .,, n n /nililir, ,'..n,1! lin.lmx, rr'III' MI i .i.I i.> .1r.
n \INI, of : N uf 8tYstl I"n\ SW ('..r IOf SE'I. of III I Uutr !>I,nI I lll.r| to (furniiih all i inn.ti .
0'' : .l K,". II I I..k.ii .add to :NI--------------; ; 10 7 22 10 Fred Rh..It/, /, ._ h..n.__ __.__._ 5 J381S'IC ) .i .ml r r"t i niriiitf, Mood work and tnint, for
!Sim' . _ .h. 28 8 22 Viola Sweat _._.__ __.._. ..._.._ 1.43 or SI,' Rn.1 aw' of S ,1.,.'I nod I 'tr'n.'t ,a.w i .,..r .11,,1 '1 Ih.- tH.nrriit '' ,
tvtiII iiii'l 1..f: I'll' .r:, .',.tki .n. 171' of NN': '', _ _ _.... 11 7 :2 50 l'"knowII .. -.... .. ..__.. .. ..__. 2221S1vI 1 Do .More \Vork! I -\ H 'tin ii.lil ,in nrnit, or iiju-t mi)' i' C
. . ._ _ _ ___ 11 7 22 40 Mro. Elh"hh, C. rIIfla .. . __ _ 21 1 1l\ .till Inili.I ..
add. .t. .- ii' :28: 6 22 Laura Harris .____ ___.. ___.. 2.12 or 'C\ - You
Ants I II. ,and: ;II; .,.I {Hilt; ':15 'I'll' : 'In8l n :NK'; : ..f W' _- -.. _-_ __ ._ 11 7 22 40 M. W. 10"1." _. ___ .. .. ._ .. 1.111, '' are mon iiinliii.inis mid vm Ih't more I I 111 ..III. ,C' .f the board. ''

I n add ,lo Sim; L. ._.. .. 28 8 22 H. Y. Brown __ ...________ 178s ..VIIcrpt\ SE'' I of NE'' ____ .. 13 7 22 000 Lnkno\\'n _-_ . _ ____ ..______ 112.43'' enjnyiiifiit ...IIIIf t-1 t-n ilunii when your (' \ 1OIIEKIS I 1,
I In NN''C' of SW' 1'I- of Hth .. .n.n VII .. ... _n.. . -. _. -_ __ 14 7 2 840 Paul, 8',. . _._. . _. M.III'' I blomi 1 is in /ttiiud; mnditinn. Iniiuntu-i| in .\tlt..t.I fhiiiii,,, .
'.. I n iin.l 11 of Hlk "B"mr E': ..r :NE': and SW' ul N I Ilh" hlniKl, t have n'cry d'rn'SSmd .'0'1 I i n T \\l:FhS'brk: I .
KI-.IIH.,, add 'to Mnikii' .. ... :s 6 22 Mrs Tcrc..*a LeUton .............. 4.16 E'' awl NE' .r NW.. end "YSIl'I11.1 liS""I! wiikiM"lulriew. I\\suds, 1 1'M 11"i. IV6.HI. i4' ,I
[ 6 of and W of Wilnut %v'C.' .r SW' and tiE'' __ .. 15 7 22 Ot1'alll\ nroo -. . .___. _-- -. . 90711I ''
ft streets t ]i.ot ram :u )'''. w or SF: I niTvoiHtu-xs and sukin'ssJlROVK'S ;;ritj: {;ItV SIIKIIII'K'-l 8\LE-: ,r '

Car. "r 101.... 1" and run S ,.) I I : rASIhl-linS Chill 10,"IC S'otic U 'luriluuin' Hint ini.Ur .nn i I "C'

K , "> ".. .. . i! 2: F. J. Wilder ___.___.....___.______. 4.16 t tin, W III ) ,Ie. 101 'u )'d.. E ', rvMon-s' Enemy! 11I111'I11I1I1y by purifying! I \ trtuiof that r..tll''r,1, of i-xi-. onlllu ,. t
.. . ___ __.... __ .__ 2.811'
) 22 Unknown '
|l lot ,mu" ,", li II'i ft :N nil" I -X 1"" F'ts. tl1 btaa." i" nORlI'IUII 1\\ 7 -- mid Inrii limit the lil.unl.Mun feel mil' of( nnd I nii.lii,I' the, Hin'' I i iI t0,11'1
l I.>. J.i "l "ll I: ml W. bounded 1 !V:: Cam 110 yd. W 01 SE C..r. ofSee. Its ymi , for lh<. K.lKhlh:' J",'," t'" r" ,
I li\, \\iil"'i .i ,", tt. N by..1!. K '. ond run ytla(1Sy1 I IN aireititiheiiiiitii inv ..rntl\101\ uIT..I.IItow \" I"r i "" ,"tr"r". !;t/lh' ..r i '? .'
!>11. i., \\' J Iv, Innd I of II I.. ,tC )da. E 70 it fir(11414 C.i lnr to llm, t'h't.I\IIIIII.1 hiv I t .. "li' ilnv of .1 L?, , 1 ,in I '
Urn'?.' and S by Ulk C uf JontiiJ ... \".'" 10 7 ::2: I 1\111. KaLtlrr'' ..-- ----.....---- 12.00 It improves,, the nppetite. you will then slut' in 'lluil. c, tou,,, i. .., ,, .

11,101. . ._ ._ .. 2J 0 tl Dr. N. W. Francis ._..__._________ 88.08 I..t I In Hu.l.u01,1 10 Uun". I apprtiinteita, ( ,' ton, \ 11111 \\h.I t.n' 1"h'w.1 I I'l, u. :
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I One i li.t .if :and, in Stnrfci' lioundk I..n. . .. __ _ __. 19 7 22 r - II i- ,l i UN prlnc, i'.1 i I ". 11 I
,.. .t . . :0 7 22 20 '1'. L. 'it .h5' __ .. _____ 3.\11\ nJ OVE'S ,
k N bv Hlk .M orlulnnl. 'limn % V 111.: of (S\\ or SE' - u - Tvsrnuss: CHIII IONIC IC I II II""" r.i nK 1.11, ,ICC ,nI o', 1Ilur I
nf Statinami E and S by A ,n NE; Cor uf NEI CC..e I II Is nut n l'nl"lIt Iliett11111d, It it simply I .. Iwnt I I illlt.ll. and! .i I It n
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--.._ . . . . . .'8 i 0 M R M Snarkmnn ._..___..._____._.. 27.30 N' ; ur !''lIt'- .r NWIi and S I ItC, l "' "'nLe> ,' 1 I' '. .C.C, i !f.CC. I .
lllli'I" ft of W TO", ft 'lOr g '7.'C, of( NE'-' __._. -._ __ _ __._ at 7 2.2 -no 1'm. K.h''u"'r! _ . .. __ __ .n 7.97 : So |1,1.'m..11I1, even diililrrn like ll 'I I hi-, ., i I' i ., 11." ii, 'in nnl,,I . MIMi "

Iw' of :Nt1: . . . 29 8 !2!J 4 Newn Junes ......................_ S.87 NE': and EC' .r SW' and shod liriNlsQuiliini1'' t M, I'urilyil and\ IKON mini .lulv .111. I. I D I I'' : I I'" 'C <
I Lots' 1 J l'i and" 1 Ifl. !bo. I K: Ji" ,S'------------------------; :2 7 22 0110 "Paul nruC . .- . . . .. _.__ .. __.49.281 1 (lol'nrl.h It. I'1!" -i. r.'i.I i ii'i-, 1'.1'1': | '- CI'OC'C'I I b.'d,I, |ptp.t'ly| ,
22840 Paul n,,,. __..__._. ._____._.___.._ 66.69
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Coi of. eF ?,f SIJ I .96 22 S Mn. E. A. Dragon ..... .......... 7.881, \vi '" 2A 7 22 120 raul lh". - 'h --. -...--- -- --. 116101I j T ASTl'L: ;SS Chili 11 "MO lii-" initiliit' : ' .* ""I n . !
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MI,.,ii. jut nm H ion' nf ortniKi 'I..rh ___ _ __.__ ::7E' 7 J2 3 Jonnlu 1hc' ",it u_ . .... . . t.A31 Moro) tint tV-hu' 1st' i ;" huh, ( 'I'1)' i -. Jpln",, . ,
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t., -1'" 'In\.11",1"i-.. In SIV'IWI SW" of: NW -,,,- 'avyrn.w- --.6 1 :C r'V nNE'' 'i. : :. :: :::: N i 240 20 rvwl MICR.Rt+,. ::::.:::::::::.::::::: 11.94F' 9,34 1 mcmher nf thi-'r i rnilv: 1:ul''\ \\al.'rl.i or rn'wulur' 4'i\ "1111.oe,in' "i hands i i "n..d Illl-i,In, i l, ,l\ .ti'C, .I IHi.

; SW' of 1''< ' ._.. 2' 7 22 20 .1. 11. w, .'n ___..__________ __.__ 3.3.1 needed! n hmtl.uililin.1, ,'. -IrrnCIi.4ifnd! . ,, in i.
and N' "f SW' 30 8 22 120 p. B. Bryant .___.___.__._._...... 16.20 ;, 1 I'J: or HUM. i,1.1 I b i" I I.1 t ,.f( u a. ,I' i "-- ,
S $ \.r W" .,f :N6'i; nf :NH': ,S;W''' "f NE'4 'utul, 1& A on tonic. .I Ihi* fu rood., i lu"i Ih,. smile t< iilay I'.It ,1'' Umh, ,n\ .in.1 I I I-. s.nilli' Inn., lit I':'itf
IInoi'IS'= ?, I f :N'i; of :M: :: VvICIU ot 1I NEC' C and I and )011 ran iit! ,'t Irmii I tiny druil! : ll I ..> A I I' Iliuliiiiv, of :Sonlim; *. gililrtit-

?.r sr'in : .. . _. 31 A 22 n O. C. Sweat ...___.___._.___.___... 4.18 I I 1 Not Rhin NW Car..f atom fill per buIld{ I .I Sllllll n'yn) I tie, ,r :SP',1,' .! N. rltnu' I I ,
: I 11 I I 1-1! \ ..f sr'i' of :NT: : . 31 0 22 13 Ardrll Leonard ____..___.._._.._.. 2.18 :NEST!: of SEC and In N I C i I l.iuiiihu,, ., I 1'i-il Smith of Hun, ,
. . _ 6.61
or of SE'C' _ 21! 7 22 00 S. M. n.II. 1 Istale h -- I 1" .
w .M -.1! \ lOr M.'I: ..I' M'I I: I E Cor. NW'i olIn' : i l-ii.I.: Ill Hrnilfonl' CniiiilvI ,
,C'I.I' 1))) .\ .,.,101! J. IV.I.. 6 A In :NE: Cur 01 NW'.. ur N I :. "!ln,) ;CC'i "et, uIn', ,i,,n ir le\liil uln, i iM
__ ._ .___ __ ... 20 7 22 I G. W. !lo',, ,t _ . . _ _ __ 2.2n GIRLS I p
W' u ,
'nr l lSWi ? - -_ . 11 8 22 17 Alva Leonard .._un.nn... 4.40 LEMON JUICE tin ptur.'C'It" HIII.I I.I \T II i".'y. and,. "i I II ,
,.f M I: 115 A In N I Lot 8 ur nlk :In" In Hampton I 'LI* d I I.1-, mi'-' and ulll 'Li ho
? t-cut O. 0'. d' .___.____ .. __ _ . __._ 8.flt :: ; ; :: i:: ;:; : : I\\ I. : : 1 .4
E nr, u _ -.u__ 3. 8 22 ash'n Leonard _.__n.___..._.__._.. 4.18 o,eopl E nn" It _____ ._ ._. 30 T III W. I IS SKIN WHITENER I lash, I Hill"'. I..I Iddd ll C' fill, 1III.I, III; till I, 111., :.: +
Com n' -f. : i ..r of NW'i' of SB All N'' or SW' N of R It nod x11I, I ?i,',., >. nli.iMot, tin.u.I, and ii.ll. I... ..61 l I Ii
1 11.1 I ,van :N; .MI ydn to a.I SW' .f !lW' C _ __ _ _ __ 34 T 12 41 Paul Dro.. .._. __..... ..___. .... .1.22 I ,i- .ntisi *. tin, alums d.Hi-iilutl,. iv.rntiin, 1111.1 I
I I' r 1.1/I ,tlnnci. W 210 ft. SE' or NV'7:; end E'' ., "f 8WI, III.ORII How To Make a Creamy Beauty .. ,
:N: Jin I) it. rI: i ft. S 21 IV l ft, end W'J' ur SE'' C n' .u 3t 7 III ZOO N. P. C"hn _. .hh.nn W .I L I.I'I'RRSOV: 1 +
C" I i. :. and I J \ "n N Kldo! of a :' or -------------l1 7 II 40 Unknown _. . .__n..n. ..___ 8.92 Lotion For a Few Cents. -luMlir. llni.lfoi.l, .'.",nl.. riorltln.,
-i.' \lt.f' 'lun.l! in NWVi of n.." Rt SE Cor. or Nit'' or SE I MSI I t .v. \\ \I.I-:s, 1Hi

"' I 1': -_ _._ _ __ 32 8 22 8 J... Albert ......._.._.___-________ 8.08 and run S 21". yda. .W MI, in, >* rn, riniiinir,' ij.ii-5t.
I E: "r :N\; %' or 3K't I 110 ycl, S 210 id*. K 110 Y.I'. The juice of two fresh lemons strained -- ---
I.. s'. .. .... ------------------------u 7 22 6 B. J..RtI" ..____________________ 9.SO I 1pC
_... 0
t \ 33 22 8 John Culver _.______...__._____..__ .88 ot DPR
In S'of. ski U of Railroad N' of SB" .. 85 7 22 80 0. M. B.\.tI I _._.__...._._.__.___ 10.56 into it bottle cnntuinino; three otinef IreSix (

Lott 1 oi,' elk 1 in Lincoln III-: 32 8 U Mary Joln.1' ______.____________ 1.811 j A com nt SW Coiof NW' i of or.har,1'llit make n whole
Lot,t i IIn\,I I ..r Ilk I. In Mn- nf SE'4 n *80 ft*
of the remnrkiiMel
C ,"1 III (.t, t> . .- - .. 32 G II Alonlo Moore\ _______....______.__. 1.12 N 210 (t. nw'o'Jn: It. 8 210 ft 'quarter pint mast months. after late hereof I will
I L."i- I ,111,1, l ?, ( I 1.I.:!' 1.1; in Lincoln 10 hca . . _- __ __ __.-_ 88 7 M 8 Jo. B. Holder ._-.____.._.n____._ 421 !l inon skin beautifier at about), the cost
.. _.__. 82 8 III W' of 1'"r ,NWI.Ben" . _ .. __ 38 22 80 Mn.. Fannlo tnfTn..1 .__..______.__ 244! present my'ol1ch.l's and I finnl account
cm .u .nn Unknown ___.._...--..__._._____.. 1.48 ; one must pay for u small jar of the ordinary
N'' "r I' ,,,f aW'' __.__ 33 8 22 10 O. C. Sweat ____.____.__u________ 11.87 nt n 11' liro ..I. 8 of a pt to the Hun. Cleo. A. Gardiner County
SK'' '. i :N\\'i' 011,1,I FP; at SW tof on R R liuht of way where N cold cream". ( "mo should l betaken r

( :NIV'; _ h' . . ". 33 8 21 80 G. C. sweat n___....___.._.___.__- 81.01 lintof' Sic 2 ctniweii R R to strain the 1 li nmn jtiiiv through .JII of Bradford County Kin., and '
Coin nt M.: ; : Cor of SW'' "' ilirbt nf n> and run N 40 ft
fine\ cloth IIMIIOII in S
35 ft tolull n no no (pulp gets n"k for my final dischnrjro as administrator
-VV" nn"1 ,mo S 11 chlm W W 15 fl. S in ftE.
1 1', ,dv| ", N t., S; line I of mid In :NK'i; of NWHE' -___._.. II 8 22 Unknown .u._ _ __ .__ __ __ __.__. 251 the nthia lotion will k"fr'I'Hh\ for of I ho citato' of I Roderick HnKer 1 't
SWi, ..r !' E to : of NW'i, and W'v' of N
months. : Kiowt that
but __ .. _- __ n. ___ -__- 38 8 22 I O. C. Sweat _.______-.._____._____ 3.09 l1''C anti <5W | ____ __ -_____u 8 8 22 292 N. P. Cniithin _ ._ . . __..__ 27.110 Every Woman deceased. '.
J. M. J'.hin Sub. llUl.inil of W' of NW and' NW, of i Irinon juice la U" pil to blench nnil remove -
:Mof: :NE' SW' and ft.: of PCM of S such blemishes. it* freckles, Ballowncss This :Jlth! day of January. 1 !)I9.I 'R ,

N'' .fS'' "f NW' of SEI ___ at 8 23 10 L. E. Lee _.________.______-.____._ 8.49 W'C _ _-_ -_._.--_ :f 8 22 140 Melrone Mnniifncturlnit. .- -.____ 13111 anti tan anti in the ideal] skin I J. II. IIITCi!, CI CC'!
BIK .at, ,<;\\ for of SW. of B:">, of NC'' ( of NE''i> nn.S\ 1-8
NE''' and, run E S71>4 ft N of Ri, of !"F01 NK'i' nndNW' !softener whitener nni.! )lieiiutifler., I 1-21-fimo Admnistrator. ,

KIM, ft. W .Y:1'', fl. 8 Sou of NE'i C end VV'i of Just try itl! Get throe ounces oforrhnrd '
i I In 12 -_--- .- __ ..___.___ 3' 8 23 11 T. F. nomln.n" ._.._______..._._ 9.18 S\V of NI'>1 : C and NW"' and w{
y T.'j' of SW'i' __ -.___.___ 31 0 22 RO C. It. G.I__. Extnta: ___..u_________ 41.01 N'tS"1, of SW >.( and WM; of white nt any drug store and Notice in i
_ . ._ ___.... 21.67XE'
__ _
: NE'' of SE'' except fi A In I PW I of SW _ _ _ ____ 9 8 22810 Unknown - two lemons from the grocer and makeup M I,
'q' SE ('or--------------------- at 8 22 86 K. L. G.I{_.' n______._......_______ 17 U1M' of NE'i; of NW and' /B AIn this )
!! S' of SW'' of hfc'' n __ __ _... H 8 22 20 S. A. Cnr..r ____.._.__..___.______ 96 $ !sn' : ('..r. of SFNW', 1 n quarter pint of sweetly fragrant Six months after date hereof I will
", SEt of SE'S: ...- _-__ . ._._ 31 6 22 40 J. D. Morrow ._._u___....___.___ 17.811 and NW.' of N\V't. except /R Itmon lotion nnd mnasngc it dally present vouchers And final\ account r .y
SE' of :MCt. and :N'i; of NW A In FE: Cor and ""<,, nf NSv'C trt'1 the fact neck arms an" my
.' 1C' lOr ,, ''_"-"..''_ 38 8 22 80 E. M ("I'mnn __.-._____u______. of !SW'i, of NWVJ anti to the lIOn Goo A. Gardiner County
PF 4 of NW'I' .--. n__......l.l8V 35 8 22 40 Minnie Oel".r .____u__.___....-___ 1963 S'.i' : nf SW'i' of NW'. and' "nnd.-Adv. ((95)) Judge of Hradford County Fin., and
of :N\Ni: anti N % of S FE' of N\V'i 'lexceit| 10 AIn WflFRIIUY.
W' ._ _ _. -___n__...... 3r. 8 22 no ('. C. alts'-: ________._______..____ 4695 NW Cor, except 2H' nsk for my final ,discharge an admin, ,
; w".r st:' _ ._.__.__ __.- 85 8 22 40 G. C. Sweat _.u___.___.___._..___ 17.09 :in SW Cor InN --.:. - 11S"j l 122 107'' .T. P. Iffillbramlf __ __. ______..___ ___.11 17.711(in LIFT OFF i istratrix of the cntnte of J. E. Barton ,
___.... ... CORNS !
S'i of NEU' and, E'', of NE' exct-pt 8 ((10 rods .__..._ -__ 11 8 22 ZOO H I.. flat u.n. r.
. . _. ._ __ 94- deceased. '
. .. .
of :N\V'. . ______n.U_. 38 8 22 100 t'nkno"n ._________._.___.___._.._ 40.01I. N' of !PFl'C' __ n..h_.__- 12 122 80 .lohn P Pratt --- ,: '
I. NW' of :N.VVI _ ___-_____ _. 38 6 22 40 J. A. Col.'mnn _.___u__._._..__.__ 17.30 N',. of NF'; _u..n. _ _.__ 1} 1a2 80 C. H Drake ______u.u.___ _. 1161 .. EVELINA BARTON, '

! 8'.f NVnn.l NWI4 of N 3 A In SW 'or of SW'4 of __ _________ _._ _. 13:1: This 21th day of January 1919.

...._ _
22 2 Ilolit laic ,
ft'' .. ..------- 38 8 22 no Mclnha..Jt lit Frank ...------.---- 12.41 NW':> u __ h.U- 13 I
NE'1' ; \" and free N\V.> N' of NW' of :<:E'.i and W'innd .Apply few drops then lift sore, I-!! 1.l1mo. Admlnlstrntix.OllllFII fJ I
__. ____ . n n-
nf NW'--------------------' 7 19 80 'nkno'n ..___._______.___.______ 1161 Vl\ of !SE'' _ II 8 22 mo R. P. Clayton _.n -- _
, NW'' ..f ,-I-1.; : . -_ .___. .___ .0 7 19 40 J. n. Ihdbrook Estate __u____.__._ 8.23 SW' nn.l V\\ of r.: < 15 8 22 20f N. P Cmithen . ____ ___. __ - - 11711 touchy corns utf withliin7iT -' 1
I E'' "..1 1 M : '''i of :NE'I; and' I S NT' ..f .r'7. and< ,I r' "r'OF.! {
I''; ..f :NSF. ; \\ .. _ _..__.__ 12 7 10 80 ITnknown ..n______...___.___. _.__ 85J f SI, 22 6 J2 n,il .1, n and D. W Moore 1101 Circuit ('""rl. Stiito of Fb RliththI 1
.,i MI'; : __ .n. _-__.____ 13 7 19 40 11. L. Lynn _______._______.__.._._ 4.7" cwt .C AI'u, I I I -' tjo ers ,nil.,. Inl ('atilt' llrnilfnr.1 ('''',nly. In Chan'
Lot l and I I'; '' ol N'' of lot 4 I I '" J .o.. "is Miiniifnenirlnu Co 20111 ,ci rv -C 1
_ 11 I 1-" C
n n i linionM
'and" nil Lot, *. anti tI'" of lot ', t4 '. 1 in ? i II Nat (
f 1. mi.I,. :N; i .I'i Lot T Rand 9. "C ., l 1\i I t'nl \n7.n, ..'. wfJ I niiilniiiiint, 4'v
-i,, V. lr..o 'tl..IIdllrtarnr' ('n i7
and N I 12
,o ,n.i I N 'r Lac t 1". I
\ ?f l..t !In -----.- 7 7 204aa L. A. Brown _____.___.__._m.m --' 'i I II M. 1)IIi '(:L Tn Cnllrrlnr I hIre, ..' C
Si :.i. :'.r,i I L.n:: i and; Sty of '. fin.lnnt ''
I Lot, ,''t|I't N 1..1 ._ _u. 7 7 20 48 J. 1\1.\ Shn". Jr.. __..__ __. un It ",.,'.nrinir, by niflilavlt, appended tn tin-
1.1 .11' '.t1.1 i s ', ?..r Lot u .. 7 20 120 A. A. Hnrcn - t I . IM:< 'OMMKMU'P: : HY I'.Nfl.i: hill illnl In tin- abut> ilalt-d caiwo Unit 4l
S''' ;?t I ,: :' I -- - .- :::: 7 + 20 40 L.: T.: Shaw ::::::::::: :::: : : :I IN M\M I nutnil,: :M\L\IM \ (I'h.IoC. Hi..1 b ',.",Innt Ihi-iiln nnini.l' I,M t s
I i ,' __ __ _____ 7 7 ao 40 I'nl"n __ _ __ h._ ... _ : ii 11,111.'itMilint, of 'iiu Hlato nf |rnrida| andnuiilirt 1
:-011'' ,, .111 . . __ _ 8 7 20 40 ,\. A. IIM'n .. -__.u. __ . I'0' O.AM In or near 'llu (own of Clinmiworlh u' n, l
:- ,{\\ f ;s\\" i except E (Cllliuilll'( ( )He IIr> I the 'lliree I Ingr'Clieula I Murray. aoiinly' ,Santo, of I..H! ''uln.' over tinUK. '
C. _ .._. 8 7 20 17 n. li. 11.', Illo .- __' 'h ._ .. _' of 'i-nly-olli,' YC.Inl.It . '
L, i l I I'' 1 inSiinl, f1.'" 3 7 20 W. W. Wn.1, _ .__ __ .. __ . .. e nl' ll'c I'lnwil"lal.lrllI: Miiluini', I. Ihin-fori, onl. ro..1 Hint mild non-n.aldnt
1.. ." I I I 111: . \in. \" ,lid,, 4 r' bt1e llr. UilliiiniH" :No.; 101 Tunic ,.b'fe ndnnt IHI and In In-rvliv n-iiuln-d, to aitpvitr i
,Ct, _ 6 7 20 L. :\I"r"on __ ...__ . J ,t, tin hill i.f r.I""| nl, I11.-,t 'in ..nbn/ .".. on
I..u, .. l I I', . ,in \\nrtl ( ,,it\ 4 7 21) J. S. Far-'IIi, - .__. _. "r M.n.In! 'th. "ll, day of Inly' .\. tI >
, I.'t.I ,01 I II Of I'l!. 111it M' United State- 1'iibluIlcnlth, I 1"il ". ilhiruln.. Hi. nll.-i'iill.inii of nld bill will
II ,, ,?| t _ _. 4 7 20 G.: 11. n.,11, nod J. S r""hI. rcetnlnl.ndv In- 'inl?.n n..n't'' .. ,I l.v tall dift'iidiintll .
..'. I l' aaol .1\ of III. in ""i i I' Wa-'hinirton fiiillur, o. /Iml, 'Hint Ihl. ,"',h'r In- pub-
\\ad, I I r', _. 7 20 Maln'.S..A.1l: Co. . i for malaria' to which 'V.ryphysiriatt IlNhd "o" i. n . |k ft.r the cniiHi-ciitlvi wvvka
r. 1..1.1', 1. I II I ,in Wnr.l ( ',i"i ( 7 20 J. S. lottiltI , . .__ ', it, ililo This i ii I' In "tin Mm If..i I niiniy' Teliuiaiih a nt'wmia-
i I' : atfi-cc" .,, '
I ?"i I ? !It'' I 1. .'"u \V u.II '"e i ,1.1.10..1' iinl'l rnuoly'tod' .In..... 1,
.' _ 3 7 20 W. W. 1V., I . _. i "' f the ingredients, in the popularilaiia : 'rhl. !MayJth, 11)10.
I. I I I' 'n t" \\ni.l I l CIv,' t 7 20 W. W. WI, _ - merli'infar.I Williams NoI . i iI W T. WRRKS.: :
I I. i.1: 1.1.' IIht\1 I \ \ 'mlan Clerk Ciroiill, Coiirlliy .
C 6 7 20 W. W. WI, .n I T" nit'; wliuh i i I-. (pit'serihed by It. A. WP: ;KM.
hint' hit Drop n little C 1-1""sr\l' i
u riiputy rinrk
1. "f Hll. I 1.; in i M number of prominent. physl-
111 I I'I. v . . .. 8 7 20 W. W. ISnrd, . _ _-- - 1 1I. ,I'M 1 .i. / .' .o mi all It'hincorn., \ / ,MIKINH.Sollrilor .
.. .' "t.i I . n ,,10 l\ar.1 City .. 8 7 20 L. R. '.; V _. . __ .. .,ii r' .i throughout the malarial belt. I i ...t"hurtinlC, then liftit for Coinpliilnnol" .5.'InOKI'Hl '.'
1.., ,, : Ill ," l I'. in want Oily .. 8 7 20 T. It. ('.'ollin __ .____nh. urn / you
1.t' II ?.I !tilt H'; ,in Ward CityR 7 20 G. M. n..11 ._ ___ __ . __ I 1'"Y 1 they get better penults from iitfht' ,,"l. Yea. .., magic I
1.. .' I L "i. i nit, 1'. ,in Ward City8 7 20 L. A. Druwn _ ___.. _ _.___ ___ _ I uith thl'ir patients than if they A tiny bottle of Kn-fitonp costn but I roil ,P7r11ICAIION:
I.i, I II .std\ I U' of Ulk in In A 'In ('Irrllt, '' C''omNtale, / nf flnrlila mlllh.h /
\\a'"?, 01 I tit __ __ ... -__. 8 7 20 I. ,\. am" n .__._ .-_ _ _ u : i i -t 1 rahed 1 straight quinine. Dr. \Vil11II "n fi' w cuts nt any drug store, but UMiHn I".h'IIII" ('lii-iilt' llrndfiinl, ( oiinty.. In Chan A
I.I, .. III. II'I in Uiml City .. 8 7 20 W. W. Ward . ____ _n_ __ ':.nt tu r'-movc! every hard,( corn, ,i. rv 4
1.,'t i I ,, l It'h I I JI I in Ward I City __ 8 7 211 M. S. H"y. __. .._._.__. ___ I IE ; No. 101 Tonic riot only contains I- (il;I", tri .
. .. 7 20 W. __ uft i-nt" i 1'' "r i-orn hutwecn tho toes i oiniilnlnnnt{
1..o.i .I i II I I. JI, In Wnnl City8 W. Ward _n.h. .
l..i, I I. .1 I IHi1' : in Natal City __ 8 7 20 O. C. Seville ___ _._h. _. __ _ 111(81( '.n! to.1r"' > which kills the malarial germl and the uilIiiMwithout soreness or VII
Lot, '. a.1.'I II I ...r Illk 'J in Ward I l t ,"Ilea iron which m n splendid tonic n rilnti'in.I'ru'oni. I 1.1 I . ,H. r.\i-r.|
t 'n' . . _n.__ 8 7 20 W. W. Ward I I II.l findiintI . t'I
0 \ |u n "I: ('.n" "f SK; ''T of N and in ream's the appetite The third i is the st'riintionnl dincov- I I I", ",.. Gloua';) \'II'.I.n.' (;.101'via.. "......tIn. C

E'' N "f u. 1C. 0 7 20 I f3t ntry 81oku _nn.u . . '. I I irjri' s'I:' ,, I si I I',' . .- 10 7 20 40 Danivl hail _._.__ n_._ __ _ . "li miinrlnK" hy affidavit, apimnilfd' (to thI C >
I .
the bowels. Williams No
I M.I; ; "...r "si I' . . 14 7 20 40 Unknown _____._._ .n_. __._ I h ''n itute.W 'atis, Ir. "f'IL.-Allv' No. 2fl. I f.,11, III. '' In Hi.nhovc.. lati-d' cmw that
. M-:: '' oI. I 'E'' . _. ___ _. 16 7 ao 40 Daniel' hall __. .u__ __ _ .1 ,, <' supply need I I'll' Tonic n therefore a well, balanced -- ---_. -- --- l Iho .li nilnnt. (IIi.n in named IN nan-r.'nldont r
S I" \ of, .sfci; of SW' _-. 11 7 20 10 Unknown __.__.-.- _. .._ _ _ 1 I" nn your <'ll'n' lent remedy., Try a bottle. Your ,,.I' ih.. Htn',. ,.,r F'Ioridx. hut U a mtldi-nt of e
.s ..1, I ,.t I ic .pt H. R. Writn! for catnloifucIiiformntion I, "BAYER ,ih.' I' "tC"t' mitlm(. of Ami-rlcn. lo-wlt : Val.Kin 4
..vh' of. ...ylnd except I lot druiririat!! run supply you.. -5-2'5-4t. Ad CROSS"ON .(" , ...."Ie..r t ciioritla: and that tin- .l.-funil-
,-," by inn, ft un N side of HIt on any crop I niii ,f* our 'th. nut of twt.nty-ont ytnmll I
to church . -___ _u. 18 7 20 30 J. D. SIIaw ___.____u. __.__. __ . 11 re 1 m lli' ".rote onlfreil. Hint .ald' nonrraldnntli
5"I NET and! SH'!' ot N FREE. I The Quinine That [fke.) .'t..1| Allt-U The Meat] '', iiitiini I "hi. ands hen-,by '..''ul..e! tt, apln-ar
\v' and Mof:' s\vi,4' and Dizain* of IM tonlr and Intntlvt. i IT.. 11 I. I AXAMir ASPIRIN 10 tl.. lull, "f i-ompla!'' nt Pile.I.' In nalil ......... on
NW; of SF'C:' ._.__ 22 7 20 160 Unknown _________..._n___. .- .. I' .t- E A.MARTIN: SEED CO I HKOVII' Ol ININK; flnl,' ' '6.. inkitiliy ..r for.. Monday. Ihi7lh. day of .Inly, A. "H.I lilt
Mof: N\V'' and! E 12 A ofNW' Fla. anv. iii* without' rnu'iinJ n. rvousni' .SH .r riniimil I''I I 1"o, olh.' rwlni. the nlli-itnlioni{ of ..101) bill will !
nf NW' 22 7 20 62 Unknown .____..__.____. _ __ __ __ ',: Jacksonville :lot', nil, 1: W (.KuVr.S: miiuaturf:: on In.. nn,> I 11 '01.1 of HA,-,. liy mid diftndiintIt . ,
SW'C anti W'' offrE'' 8 7 21 21"" Unknown ______._______ __ . .. h 21 I .1' i I- irthir,, onlorwd that this onlt-r lit. |iliri (
.SW i of NF'' _ II 7 21 40 Unknown _____..._______.. __ _ 4 : [I-had, ...".. a week for flvw eonHpeutlve w..k. i Y
NU' > of ,NWi, and K'j: of 8NF'of PMICKIE Ask for Genuine i.. It, loir..r.I. Coinly'irrnph. .......1''.- / FI
w'' . _. ... "__ __ 16 7 21120 Unknown" ___.______h___.. _-_ - _- 11 .t. SAYS 'Always I l. . I 11 I.. C,. .1 I In .n 01 I only" nod *lat...
'' SVSi' of "NE'V; .- _- - 18 7 21 10 Unknown ______._____.__..__ __ __ 1.1': CALOMEL SALIVATES l- i C' io Hi. lf.n mlI. r 'I'I Wills .lililu.. oft
SK!' :'' ,.f !NE'1: and !NK'i); of a wF4EN\ voove: SHMT out "Bayer Tablets of Asrnrin"'tilv oR,4, '" rule. HH Mill an my' hand and olfclnlihi

Ii: __ .u. ._--___.__ 17 7 21 80 E. n. Jon_ ...____._n.___. ___ _ 110. AND MAKES YOU SICK .nl 1 .- Ih. J"th Any! of May, A. roo HUM
S'' ..f Sw''C' of S\Vi, 17 7 21 20 Unknown __________.___._-_____._ 21- A BUNCH O' STATEMENTSf0 W 'T. Wt.F.KS.
1 \ ...pinn,, on 4 nidi! ) of PWl \.1'ANl', suBecRIBER4AND ('I,'rU CireH't, Court.
...f si: i lylnie All ydn, W of Hy R A. VVEICKS.livputy: .
M. I I'. ,. . .- 20 7 21 1 L. O. Barry .__ _.___.n_ _________ __ 1.1 Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts 'I NOU Gtt( T' \AJONbGBtfVAMV SKIL.. Clark
8 \ in :MCor: . of E'. of 8 7.P "(NE-1'% S v4. A'(1t4PION JOE /HIT.f, Wll.r.lAM,

EIC' .____ a8 7:11: 8 Mro. 8. A. Groan. ____.___. ._.___ ___ 2.2" Like Dynamite On .Soll.ltor for Complainant 8-no.5t.
vIftwC, < - U 7 21 80 M.. S. A. Oren .______.________ 7.n I "TO TwetA AT A11.. ,
W"of M-'i I : of sttl' .? 24 7 21 20 J. W. Wattenon _____-_____________ 8.2" Your Liver. 'N 1b4N -fvs/o/ ea '( \HREO ;<.u tI( K: a
w'' of s\V'' "f SEC' -.. U 7 21 20 J. E. Ton.y ____________________.__ 814
VV'C,f sVNF' \ _._ 2 7 22 80 M. M. DAYS LASER YOU e>IGrI"1" -& Mix nif.nlliH' after darn hiTiof I will
n. ? Grlfla! _____.___._.._.__.___ 84.31 I prtwent
!"E'' ."r 81V1-' .. -.__.n_ _-_ 2 7 :III 40 rnknown _______.___..__.__u_.___ 17.79! ' 011'o.o.. 1.0'1'1'00."QIENDI.. 4LET1ERs 't-ilv) TlttIt.I.. with the safety my M.iirlitrn and final cr.iint to the Hon'
of NW; . ._. 3 7 22 40 S. A. Cal'ter _._________________._ 'A ..t Calomel lose you a day You' know i| 'N1'' CHEC.\o 'NDGAFTs -/pIrIn (1.11. A 'nrilintr.: : (County Judas of Ilriulforilfounty. .
SE'' of NE'C' 8 1 U 4 0 J. C. CRlney ________________.___-__ 176 7 what calomel is. It's IH: > I i r''rn.'C" on then are genuine Florida, and auk for my final din
N J'i .. of NW of SW' 3 7 22 a5 Ifenry Mteh..n. Sr. _______._______ 14.10 mercury ; tjuickver. I \ I IN 'EM OM.BOSl' "Iia: "r 'liililt-ts .of Aspirin owned l ehariri- ". n.Iminlntrninr <.f the .....11.. of J.
SE': of SW'C' 3 1 22" 40 Daniel )1. llloon ___.______.___.__ .' Culomel It dangerous. It1 AIN't 11' A GRAND AND. > / D l' UceeaiMHl.Thi .
NW' of NE'' InK fi A In N crashes into sour bile like and made hy: Americans! and proved' "th" tiny of May, A D. IIII!'

E e.... .- 8 7 2a 81 lTnknA .___.__. __._____ 1411 dynamite. | 61.0A.I'OV!>> ( Estate, ! ':C fo h> niilliniii, of ""pic. Unknown SIDNEY: D. I'AfJfiKTTdminl .
NE': ".rE'' 3 7 U 40 W. W. Coleman ._.._..-_--_.._..__ 16.1 cramping! and sickening you. Calomel ,\ N'' of N''" of :NE1; of NW'i' attacks the bones and should never be >1'|i atiuis! nf frauduU'fit Aspirin Tab- 6.3Q. mo.AI"TH.TUlt' .
0.. ':w' . _ 4 1 a2 89 Quigey Lumber ,
Supply Co. ____ 3.41 tt- were :aid iwrntly by a Brooklyn
W',. of NWl' of SW' 4 7 22 20 Unknown __.____._.___.___. .-- 101. put into your system. d"I4I.r which be H MIKNotlei. 'i
SEf of NWl., 4 T U 40 O. C. Swat.___.u__.____._______ III 5t I provi-tj to composed
1 A "',,,are In JlE; Cor of a 6 A When you feel bilious sluggish con- rn<,i"ly of Talcum I'owder. IH hen.hy idven that on Tufmlar
!lot ownrd! by AB.Irvw Jacka"nIn tipated and all knocked out and behave "BII'er Tablets of Anpirin" should' Juno 17th. run.!' within' the leva! hoiira ,. fuit It
( SE: Cor of SE" of NW V' 15 7 22 1 Quigley Lumber II Supply C.o .___ 4.111 '' > .n itlm Akarn.thy aw mill nt firnhli",
8 A com at NW Cor. of NW> you need a dose of dangerous al\\aYII be asked for. Then look for IIn.If.i, | .",,m'". Florida. w.. vtlll ..''f... f ICC'I)
of NE1 and run S 420 ft. E calomel juit remember that your druggist '. tits safety "llayt-r frogs"! on the [>ack.ik > .al.- lo lli.. hl a h.'nt hiti des for rash th.- fof:, N.
R30 ft. N 210 ft. W 420 ft, sells fay nVeribfd [H-monal_ iiron.rtv |IOIIKIIM| | t' ,
N 210 fn. W 210 ft to beg 8 1 al 4 R. M. Sparkman ______..._.u_____ 3.1.1 I 50 cents a large bottle : and on 'a"h tablet. Aetvpt noth- the I'wtate of: E. D Alifrnalhy.:; ilcefM.t.l; : ,
E'' j of NEVC, of NECI and SE' of Dodton'a Liver Tone, which is en- I 'uifr eUt* Proper clirectionsi' and ,dos wit 1
of \ E / .____._._.. 8 1 a2 10 J... Clark _.._____.__...___...____ 27..1 tirely vegetable and pleasant to take S'lr.itt.n '1101 roll. wire' ,....I .* MJi I r..M) f
Itnr itt NW Cor of NWI of 8 : uiff in t'n..h.p.rin. package.' ales tint I III' IM..II. .D. Wlina .., "
E> and run S 13 ..Ia. E 30 and ia a perfect substitute for calomel. ( //I '3r Aspirin Is the trade murk of Bayer Hi) loa. cart chain and I linrn. 'C.. luht' .h-
niL N 62 .... W 30 rd. toE'j It i* guaranteed to start your liver'' :Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester: anti ("Oiliii" r..vt lumlifi-, o,,, 'I'I '' ,i.tnior, .".
be I 1 II 10 Tlto. \'. rortnr .. ____-. ...___.____ 3 n4 without < /li.ndanr. on. ill t , CHI, 'riiiif., i" ' .1'u i. ."
'f >w''r"of"NE'7"a"nd"NW stirring you up inside and of Snlit,'ylicacid.-.Vdv. No. 120. feed nod radpmenta| i.i eirt* ilur" '

1 of N\V'. ', ', .__,_..___._--.__ 7 r: C Sweat; _ . . .. . ._____n_. 7 H can not salivate. I ?nf l 1'> truck. ono ''I'' oil,) Crank ont 'I.1 1IM .
1"1'" : '' _ ._ 1 7 2'J111n I..r. n I.. .'''n. . _._u___._ I' 9S anti li...U. , < J.. I I'll.I .. and *HUlpl' (,
V'it' of "NWi-V"irNiV' ; 1 faVi"iA Don't take calomel It make you :i >IIM .I I i (film ""10.' .11.. ''I't line ithnfr fl.i .
on 1 N> end and I I.M It R i.""..y. and' a irH .iiM.' on. |I. t titan MAW a.iiim e
riant of way -.... 8 1 f; H '.1r r t In. n h _ _._____._ 9.81 work. Doihon's Liver Tone straightens What Keeps Day .t Horn. ..|. ., n' .in. M.. .."nvl. U' machin. flv. i5
1 A on 1 N> end of Vfli, of NW you right up and you feel great. More boy world I nun away front t I. .tit. two ' h. n.l m'd. .. IIIIH MI hny |.r.H.,

:, 7.fcf."E' i E of n R 8 1 22:: I If.. n.' m . . ------- UI Give it to the children because it home to lump'-, thitrnnny If they t *o 2' I 1.,1. r"*.. ,
D of NW Cor of N \/lR.4.I.V \ \nrnvATHv. JSSS
Eli ot PWV and run s a it perfectly harmless and does not !III'! ) frt-.. In ,"ir, r ? ,i'nl, ,, I r.'' .'b,.?s t'l O I .\IfFR1: >I\TltY.

thaw E 10 .hn., N 8 chn, W rripe. ( I JO- IH ) .-...- tin l .\dminNirniiiri ro..1. of 1'I.' .. rnnrw Mil.If iltt-. U f

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FRII>.\y. JUNE:: 13 1919

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\ --- --- - ---- -- - Last Saturday night and Sunday Mr nnd Mrs: Dewey Strickland are . ;' <- '

T** -...... .. v James Stud-till of Jacksonville visit'' here! visiting\ her parents.! Mr and -;- -- .-- j

"* *-* ** r > *W.. *t:. JM i(.I I his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J.D. I :Mis. 0, W. Dyal. t
( :M tud-nll. ; :Mr and -Mrs. E. J. Lkiwlmg and little ; !II lli ll
Mis* Gladys and Ralph Green, who son, Eaincv, Jr., of Hampton. wore j.

1 County News: Items has ,. been, visiting their grandmother. I here Sunday.Mr ,
:Mrs 1. J. Priest returned to their I : mid :Mrs. Wm. Newsom spent 1

-.- ---- -' at Green rove Springs Sunday, Saturday and Sunday in Hampton, : fI'h
-- - Mis. W. 1.. Bugg visited her M011'1 I guests of his sister, :Mrs Ruie Johns i Many Masters : II:

:i lMUr .tln< Facts Gathered During the ;Peek by Our I I.>. I. Bugg at Starke Saturday Mrs. Wm Sparks and children attended ,!
Regular Correspondents. :M L. Wattcr..on has the poles from church here Saturday and bunday. ,
which the! electric light wires are to I ,, I '
erected and will I Rev. L. C. Smith tilled his apopint
suspended already I !I. We\ who serve the nation by {
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soon be ready to give us light on most I meat at White Springs j I ilk
'III 1 I I Kit: P.:-':-ATheitssa .J I \"'. {Iu"..11 left 'Fin- ha- cuii'd a po"i-I, Kite of Starke, spent
i mintwlun he I Dewey Bugg. of Staike visited his Mrs. Alice I II
J Jun-I., -1 Rot ,I ilui :Mul-i tin' with the J. R Watkins CoI.i patents Sunday. I Saturday here, guest of her sister, I /III;. masters. I III I.,,!

lady filled his ngulni' in<]''',intimiit at .I '- don't forget the box supper Levy Johns left Tuesday for Fort Mrs. Lizzie Wynn. ; ;II i i

%11 I the ('hl'i lIlin ihuri h here, :Saturday at I kinc-liy' lake June :!0th Everybody ,I I Valley Ga., where he will spend seV'eial !, :Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wynn and chil'l f i There are hundreds of thousands WI II! !
( tome and, bring' a full box. : weeks 1 1I dien pent Sunday in Sampson (IjI!
und Sunday There will be union meeting atKungsky ' business with her :Mr, and :Mrs. J. A. 1 !hI.hI.j !'
Mrs A. I. Sullivan; was a visitmto ; a 'I \" A. Bowen was transacting parents of stock raisers, asking for il
: lake the fifth Sunday in this Alnchua Monday J. McKinney ,
to : llumpton[ Beadin:SiitutdayMIHM (loft, of Lulu, came month. I The following program was rendered I' Lucian Hainan. and daughter of j lll a quick market and a high price Ii''I
down Saturday,( for a few days' visit :Mrs' Ellen Geiger had as her Euesti at the Baptist church Sunday\ evening Sampson City were visitors here Sun Iii I !
here with friends. I I1 Thul'"daliIlHc": Letia Harris and I, day. I Ii :;II! : for their stock. !

t :Mr Alice Jones' returned, Friday to Florence UnJeilull.Kalh I Song-Choir. i Quite a number attended the party 1 II
her home in :Miami, after a few week'svisit I | Gnann spent Saturday and Responsive! Reading-:Miss Emma ut Louise Friday evening at the home I ill! There" art, ill's millions of con !lllil
hire with iilativesMi. Sunday with Gilbert Green. Hicks I i of Mr and Mrs. Gid Sparkman.Mr. !
'. and Mrs.: MeGilvnry: and chil- Miss: Hub Moseley: has returned tihii Welcome .liesRev.[, Armstrong I II and :Mrs II. D. Wasdin attended H; : sumerslookingtou5through ; !
lI t Gainesville, after a few burden :Misses Elma church at :Mrs. Will :Moore's home Illtl
l dren have returned to their home nt home in I Song-Mrs.r I' i dealers fora
(" 'III<'r Hill lifter n fews days' visit I weeks' visit here with :Miss Edna liishop and Beryl :\lullac\\ '. Sunday 1lii oftllc'usandsofretail; > Il
it :Ml. and :Mrs Gnunn. I Jl'l'llation-lIil: Durden. County. Agent Caswcll was in thisvicinity 'l! {''j
here with hr i piu t + II of ; cons: i. \nt supply of f meat at as !11"1 I!
C. A. Youngblood. Russell Hornsby was a (guest Play-Ten Hoys Fl'ida'ul'cinatlnC hogs ,
Blunton Ow-dey was a visitor to the Gilbert Green Sunday nl.itlltion-F Little! GnN J. II. Surrency and, others. While Iowa pnce as possible per pound. ; '
county sent Sntunlu: I Ile\. John Alderman hall left fu I' Song-Choir. here Mi Coswell expressed regret I; iltll ,
i'' lr.) Forlncr of Brooklyn, was a (;corgis) where he will spend sometime i I"cltllti"I1lnrjorie: BowenFlotal that hogs have been dying on the I I! I I' 'II
truest Sunday lit the home of :Mr. and' with relatives Cross, -Four Little! Girls'J range in this, vicinity during the past , There are the thousands! of !!

i 1 MM.1 S. I II. Woodaid.MrH :Miss )Flora Clower gave a canning Duet Childien's Iay-Twelve Girls. !I week lie !says the I :Muttie llagan was a visitor to demonstration last Thursday! at the PillyIillses Beryl I Mullady, Elma will always have trouble with :I' 1 wage; earners: properly eager to !

Hampton Saturday home of Mis. Tilho Quito\ a crowd Bishop, Ethel Hunt Alma \\I) 'nl, Mag. .iholeta until they take some action to I"" : .' more. 'I:
y'r Mr. and Mrs II.: A. Guinea left Sunday attended 'IC Maxwell: \ Reba Maxwell. Vera I clenn-up or fence-off the infectedplaces II, earn i
IIft"t'n"on for Tumia|' whole they .I./ K. Hai'us made a business trij Saxon Inca I rav\dy> Edgar King I. about Graham. So many' hogs IIi t: I I'I't
Will spend a wh iI.,. j to Iteltnoie Saturday returning Sunday Offering and prayer l of thanks I. have died about the old mill I shed and i'II':' There ar? the 25,000 holders 1 1II.t I

Messrs. John Driggdrs and S. I IVooil.nd n.! I Mrs. Annie E. Young of Watertown,, under the buildings! here that they I I I It! '
\ were among the visitors to I Private ('uiti Ilariis' many friend, '; was m Hampton Tuesday.J. i have become permanently infected 11111 : of Sr.vft : Company shares-

the county mitiopolia, Saturday. I nii'tf lad,] to nee horn home. aurain. Cur V. Jones made a business trip to I with cholera Jl'"I'illS. Mr. Caswell says I !' ;. 8,000 c! them women-who have i I'
.1. V. Jones. and a party of friends tis has been over. with Uncle Staike Tuesday. the farmers should all get together nt I
f from 1 Hampton were motoring in our Sam's forces! for several months I Claud But and family were visiting once and build fences about thee ,ol Iu! r I a right to expect reasonable R RII )
burg Sunday, afteinoon. Jesse Thomas and daughter, :Mm Aluchua county Saturday and Sunday ,places: of infection. Until they do II II
Friday a party of folks! of this com I Jessie, atttmled 'services in Stark I this! it will never be safe to try to ""I! II : returns on their investments I I

munity leathered at Strickland brunch Sunday I Flank Abernathy of Graham waittansacting :' raise hogs!' in this vicinity, without ii 4'"' I .;
on Crystal lake and enjoyed one of \Ve are sorry! to repot Miss:\ I.conaCol..mlln business in town first of I' ,,vaccinating every animal which is ,'! There are the hundreds of I'I ,
the best. fish files ever known to beheld on the sick list this week., the week. much mare expensive than a few yardsnf !!I I I ,

tj theie. ;Messrs. W. A. Jones andS I .-- I The crops around Hampton were I, fencing to keep the hogs away from, :! ? competitors, big and little, alert ', I
IIK.III.M; the infected I
'oo"ut',11'1' the Iillht'l'ml.'l1111.1
P. \\
greatly damaged By the rains last I --.-- 11,11'" to discover! : for their own advantage I IiI
had the luck to catch (''''('ntYl'vl'1I1of '
Highland June 1:i.-R. C. Nichols,. week but the prospects look better \\OOHL\\\N I !I I I I
extra huge '''I''h. The Indies fried
a / I breakdown
fish until they had, nough for ,dinner I of Oxford arrived! Tuesday Cur a visit|i nt thin writing. ;::11'h any momentary ,

when the ladle' wns spread with the with the family of 15. Wilkinson. Mrs C. A. Thames of ThtI'essl\,1! WoodlRvvn, June 1:!1.-Ktjv. L. N'oii .- '.11.1' or in our service.Ii III I ti
:\11' II. \Vimlcrly and W. MVimbetly was n visitor to Hampton first of the :
fish und other delicious,! eals.Vhcn cis i of LaCrosse filled his! monthly appointment ; i Ii
rI all hud gatheied, mound, the table a i \ tt ere visitors to Jackson week ---. ---- 'I at Heilbionn church Satur- III q I' I '11 11W ,
kodak was used, in taking the picture \ille \Vednesilay. Jay and Sunday. He delivered two ;I' all cur activities: we try todea1 ; 'I
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of the happ gathering: I Those enjoying I T. M fiews made a trip to Staik( very interesting !sermons which were i I '
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I basis cf that
Wednesday.Messrs., by all H.i: : on a equity! so Ij
this affair were :Messrs.! C. A. Will enjoyed present.
p Youngblood, I II I. 1 K.: Moorcr, C. A : Ed. C'mtei and :Nelson-' Ares.- Jones, Willie. June Ever:: l'J-Messrs, Tom Mills, Mis. Ros( oc' Snpp and hob ', ofJacksonville ;!f I all r-iby b'-ufic and none be injured -
Joni, S It \\oodnrd, (Ii. :\1. Bennett: ('oll'l.t.C visitors to Jacksonville on curie down Wednesdayfor ,, I c
I I It ('. Jleibetgei, Uev: W T. McGuire( Widnesd.ivV Jas. Reynolds and Frank11l'l'I1ath Monday 1, a visit with her parents :Mr andyThompson. ij;!il by the! advantages that go .
business visitors to Staiku
were !
Arthur Bennett t :Mondnrne-s, S. II. \ M. \\ ml"'I'I'I"ih',1 friends! at "' I II
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Woodald' and'( ihildien, II. F.. Mooier: A "n'In'i' TluirHiluyilbur I Me srs' D. L. Phillips and J. S. h 1\11:\ with organization: wide scope, i
J. V. Jones, of Hampton passed "II'
and chddicn ( i i. M. 1I..nn.1tlnll children \\ Scott, of fetnrkc was n busmes Norman were visitors to Raiford and and efficient
I visitor here through our burg MondayMessis. I : : management.
C. A. ounghlood an"| Misses: Tuesday. the State Farm Sunday! afternoonMessrs II
Ilvely-n: Bennett, of Lake Butler, Julia :Mis" |11.| C. Wimbeily attended a : C. B Roberta, Alvin Mc- I : \11. P. and I C. L. Browningwere / Iq," ,:
andlargaret' lleiherger.llamplon I meeting of I Hastein Star at Bronson Kinney Chesley' Fogg and :Mrs Will I business visitors, to Jacksonville And this: service of Swift &
t Jones and nlee ,. Florence Walker IIII :
Saturday I iid.iy night. While there she was a Saturday I1 'i
of Mrs.I I'll :Xuiris-' weicin !Slutke Monday I Company is performed profit
CtnicnctManning!/ of Itainell (in. truest A large crowd enjoyed the sing given ,
U spending a few .days hole with telii- I .\ very" enjoyable party was given! Charley McKinney, of Louise! : was at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. S. H.i :11! of fraction of cent pound.
: a
business visitor here Monday.\ a per
of II. Wilkinson honor a : "
tives and lends.,! at the home in i Thompson Thursday night The emeetings '1" ,
Mensrs. (.r'r'en, and i Ralph Alvarez, ht", r1
of ( 1'11il'hols:- Ala
t 1.. M. King of .Jacksonville wna Saturday night. will continue to meet everyThursday "
t homo during' the t' k-end., I rgu crowd attended and played, al of Htlll'lw.'r..' here Monday.Wallace Jacksonville, I' the 'next one at the home J" ; Swift & U. S. A. ,
Mills I of J Company ; 'it
i Samuel Woodnrd, I, .John Hall andillts kinds of jjiimes until a late hour liefieshments I : of Mrs. M 1.. Prevntt. I ,
\\' Swindel were among the visitors .I of rake and ice clean: spent Part und of, fiiends.J last, week. here. visitingrelatives ,I Miss, Mabel[ Carter left Sunday for lull I l'' I:
to Hampton Saturday, afteinoou weie soived dm'ing the evening.Messis r-'e'rnandma, where she will be the 1
i :\11'". H. l n.IIIY; tuft children and 1 111' 1j . :Nelson-' Prescott and I'.tI'lixtii .1..1. McKinney: of Monteocha, \guest of friends i for a few days. Jil!
j :\ and Mrs. C'hns. Gilynrd and children I (: ,. left Monday: fot Jacksonville was here Monday. I Messis! ! J S. and J. :N.-. Norman' and 1
Jones rilL'
Ali-ssts.: Lacy Reynolds I Percy .
enjoyed u fish fry on Magnolialake : \vheie they had positions awaitiftK lle'v'. Norris, were visitors! to Staike
t them, N..1.I Wynn, Mr and :Mrs I n. J. Byrd Saturday ---J'

C. Saturday A. Youngblnod, was n visitor, to 1 R:. c.It'hols:-' 1 kft for his !tome at and daughter. Mabel, were in Staike I' Mr and :Mrs. Vnscoe. Crawford ofHiClenny 11 w LLI 71 .if&3 ,_--

Hampton Saturday.Ve Oxford, Sun nay, after" spendiivr! several Tuesday :\ are spending the week with :: =
nl.tCla,1! to report that Grandma ,. days here with lends I J II. Surtemy" made. a )business tripto :i-Irs. Crawford's patents, Mr. and MisF. : I hMMY aoalReorr

Cobb is still improving, I I W. :M. limberly was a vis.tor: toI Waldo Tuesday.Chesley .F. S. :MathisMessrs. 0 oJ
in \
I ..1.V.. ll.ttten visiting in Jnckson- I 11\\ toy Sunday 1'ogg was on : Eodus': and Orin Green and oIi
rife. I O. W Maier was with friends at huMntss' Tuesday Fred Sapp left Thursday for Jiuksonille. -
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:Mrs. R. W. left Tuesday
:Miss limn MtKwen: of Lakeside!, llumpton Sunday I \' where the y will seek employ
for where she will relutiMs
attended! church! here Sunday night. i Will \II IMuaids, of I.a..tcy, was a Tampa visit iii-nt.
Rev.V. T. :McGuile; who has been i, lUsitu'iM ,,visitor hole Monday.I' : and lends for a few days. Mrs Pan Starling, of Saxton. spent
conducting. I the seivues, I"inIwl.1/ at i Wtlkin".n. lU, Cannon, R I C S'ottI1. the (hri-tian church\ went up to Lake Nichols and \ndiew, Wilkinson wore Tue day on business )dm S. H. Thompson i
Kutler\ Saturday, morning' to flll his : isitors, to Staike. Saturday, : :Mr. ;and Mrs, Billy Surrency andthildren V. R. 1 Reddish, and family attended Call at the New Cash .
of Bradford, of
spent part :
regular appointment thl'I'('. Ho returned t. W. I'aiker arrived' from Gnlneni hutch here Sunday. :
here and delivered! another \i Saturday: and I will visit hi- lust week with the formers parents '' Owen Cobb and brother, of Mac "
I Mr. and :Mrs R W. Surfency. ; Meat Market .:
sermon Monday night ily during this week. lenny, were visitors here Saturday.Sundiy ;; .
I Oliver of here
Cleveland Let', of nke I Side, attended I lam Lewis a highly lespei'fod colH'.l Sparks was t 1 : school every Sunday nfter- j l
church here Sunday night II I woniun died here Monday. Lena \\ednesday on business. loon and prayer services every Wed- j : Round Steak 30c per lb. 2 Ibs. 55c ,:
The wet weather has ruined the \\'11111 oil slave darkey and both :Mrs Jessie Jones and niece Florence -. Ill' 'Iny' ening. : *
I biggest! portion of the 11'1 Uh potato \\ In to and black will regret to hear of ( Walker were in Sampson City R, Dennett, of I.II''h''a... attend- ::: Loin Steak : 35c per lb. 2 Ibs. 65c :

t clop mound! heieMr her ,death as she v\as a friend, to evtvone Wednesday.N ill ig) to business' here" Monday. :: Sausage 35c per lb. 2 Ibs. 65c. ;

and Mis. 1'1.: tiger of Wal : ,'1 P Wynn und uifrhters.: Oiriudi --- --- j,,' Meat 25c
-- --- - Sausage
do, motored over Sunday and ath'nI-1 : > and ( 1111'\. weie in Stnrke \\Vd- per I

oil chuich. While here they were the I\I! 1V11ONIIaniphn lesdiiyMes Power of Firjt impresjtons. : ::. BeefStew: 15 and 18c.
guests. '" of :Mrs. Goigei's. patents. I i,>, R. W. Suirency and Tom In spite lr'l June 11: ,Master George Mills L. G. ... Beef Liver 20c Pork Chops 30c '.
anti, Mrx.I Madison !Hall and Barry were in Starke ottl'n I. i 111' I 'I" > ouni' {
Miss Loin How'en of Iinnlptonspent 1 r. To'rl'o'li i is spending, this week with rhuts.lay on business. i iMess rli-nd < 'T lil I. .' :"M,' ..::1, K II... purla ,,' AT THE OLD POST OFFICE
a few days here last week with friends !I hi,! giandparents" Mr.: and Mrs: 11. Y. : | ..Ins Reynol.N. lacy Reynolds i I' -' .N: i .:I .,It.- "

There will be services' at the 11111'- l 11I'\\'n. of Stnike' and Will Jones were business, MICKIE SAYS J. J. R EGG I S I''
tist church\ Saturday' anil Sund iy. I J./ C. Keene: was a guest at the Vl"itnl'4 to the 1'0unt3Rcat Friday -
a :Miss I'lorence Hall spent a day: on! ionic of :Mr. and Mrs J. C. Terrell Chi-sley Fogc attended. the hog saleit : ,- aU; 4'p .....t.o'C1' STARKE, FLA. PHONE 69 3

two at Hamilton last week with Miss undnyJ. . Hastings Thursday UP SOME O? fv \Sjasr If>j'j1f.x."LfC1iSC1L337fit! ( CgTCtfa!L"CfTN.t7is'ICCi,1G7C1cKyC7Llt1.7C:6tt90Gf; : A
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u I.ois Bovven I IM J.I \\ -il1ll1lo.:-: of Jacksonville, \'i Kitel O, W. ('nswcl1. county agent was coPY I u6r COMBS !uta3tytDL"CRlE

:\1. l linnson:, and Sidney Ti.lesl .. his mother. :Mrs. S. M. :Ximmo-: leuFnday. vaccinating hogs for R IM"" VWlTHOUT "AKIN' oC.OA.Cl. {

i spent two or three days III(*t week out I Sunday. S. WIIH.lin and J. H. Surrency. I C1'IONS NERo NV"1'HIN\ EL.\HHF.KElarbee I tended' ilmnh at Raiford Saturday
on Smith lake fishing. and had extra I Mrs I T. G I'utih of I.eesburg' are Mrs: Sam Pons, Monteocha: attended SOME OP THE IN1ft.t.ECtuat.uCrs4tS night
t good luck. They returned home wth: guests at the home of Mr.: Futch'sparents the W. C. meeting here Fridaynfteinoon. AROUist'Ttt 3 NERti June 1-Mr.:: : and Mrs B. I ({,'\'. and :Mis. Gee. Smith were the
three III Ego trout weighing between this week. 'I' NECK O' TMS 'VMOOOS'O LOSE T. Rosier. were guests of :Mr and) Mrs guests of Mr. and :\11'1. R. B. Rosier
I eight and ten and u half pounds' boa :Mr :and Mrs. Albert Sullivan\ were :Mr and Mrs. Lacy Reyimtds. of -TME\a.\ PO'TM'\ONS\ $ Ffi0. W" R Rosier Monday. :Sunday afternoon.
visitors at the home of David Jones New River business. visitors eEIN' EDDGAtEDth ,
sides' jri'od many smaller onesKVsr were Mr I and Mr I Ellerson Rosier at- Malcolm;
1 Rosier attended the picture -
here .
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Miss I I Edna Wall of Green Cove W. C. met Friday with a large I show Saturday night.
Vi : '(6F: Springs' who has been "'IitlnCIill", : attendance j ATTENTION Mr-. J. :\1. Larramore left Sunday
Eunice Saxon for some time, returned :Malley Pons of Monteocha was I for her home in Lulu after several

East Ptatke' June H:J. -Mrs. Jennie to her home last week. here Friday on business liheumatiHin Sufferer i da> V visit with friend and relatives.

Tormenter and l (children of Lawtcy I Rev. Armstrong filled his appointment Mr.: and Mrs. Will Dirt attended If you knew positively that fifty Brantley Rosier attended church at

lire spending a few days here, truest hole Sunday- church here Saturday and Sunday. s xa ,thousand people had actually Raiford Sunday. .
,i of her mol h.>, :Mrs Fannie Underhill :Mrs Vandi Geiger of Ritta. is tho D. J. Byrd :Misses :Mabel Byrd Vnnie been relieved of RHEUMATISM .
J. K. Harris has as his guests. this guest of her parents Mr. and :Mrs T. Lane and Travis Byrd motored Habitual Constipation Cured
a J. Ouiden this week. Brooker r Lumbago, Neuritis, Sciatica. In 14 to 21 Days
week Leonard Harris and son Curtis, Saturday afternoon. :
of Helmore I There will be services at the M.: E. Byrd attended the Masonic: lodge ,,' Mr.I I r Headache by a certain remedy "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN": is a speclally-
of would for prepared Syrup TOllic.Laxatlve for Habitual
1.onzleI'llre7., of Starke, was n church next Sunday morning and there you course grab it
business visitor at the homo of J. K. ening. :Mr and Mrs: C. A. flirt of Hampton if attacked with the disease. Constipation should) be taken It regularly relieves for promptly U to 21 daysto but
Harris Sunday afternoon I Little Leslie Futih of Lake Butler spent the week-end here with :\Ir./. / 0f2 The following formula posi induce regular action. It Stimulates and
1 :Mr and !Mrs Will'e 'Thomas a'ij visited. his father and grandparents Birt's parents :Mr. and Mrs A. Lane tively hat relieved more than .:fry Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
little son, John McNibbpent: Sunday last week Rev P. :M. RlJo''Ill.! of tnrke, filled thousand sufferers and is not a per bottle
with :Mr. and, :Mrs Fred SnppMr. :Miss, Erna Johns spent last week his regular apopintment here Saturday Patent medicine but a docior'i prescription --
Joe Canova hud, many friends with friends and relatives in Starke. and! Sunday, delivering three interesting and can be filled al any drug .IO'&. =u ''n'n' "' !VU !,- ''''=
here who wereery sorry t<> learn of Mrs. I. J. 1'riest has as a guest thisve'ek sermons. Formula: LO\VNE\; ; & FULLER'S !?
his death which occurred Sundayat Mrs.I Oliver of Brooker. :Mrs D. L. Prevatt and son. Morgan Tr. Buchu Comp., 1 ox. 3
his home in Starke. Mrs. N. E. Reagin of Yelvcngton, of Waldo attended church here Sodium SalicylM U- oz. FRESH CANDIES; ;
Richard Harris was among those was the guest of her daughter, :Mrs.J. Sun who attended the H. Studsttll, this week. J. P. Kirk, of Jacksonville, was Elm. Lactated Papua 2 errNu. .
from our burg Pr( .ction.'_T... tw. 121 ...,,,,,,,,,lul. 11
t :Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pollard of Wa- here A. BESSENT
Woodmen lodge Friday niffbt.Mose Sunday, guest of friends. l ( hall al.u of ..1.. a .rr 101.1.141.r' )
(l Coleman spent Sunday at the tcrtown were transacting business in I J. V. Jones of ITampton, was here w ....,.

t' home of Mr and Mrs.- J. W. -Green.. .' Hampton) this week Saturday. on business .. :-'

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