Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 4, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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/ (Cirahnm July 4.-:Mrs. L. C. Smith PROGRAMlet. Lnwll'.1111. .\ 1.- Ni-xxs comes I

(.o+ nnll'ntrould I and, daughter. :\liss Ruth made a from Atlanta, that t 1 Kex. Alford I l Kven-: Proposed K'o.id l lit I.cadcst 1 rom I

Ila\e Kefu-ed Treaty Had business trip to (illirll' \'illlol1day.: den is on his way homo and will ar- drecit; Co\e to :Slarke.Tin 1

Scheme Carried. I I I*>I'. \\'. I'.. :Middleton, of t IMin, Lllwth.f"I'. ,' Sunday to arlange 1

1 was here :Monday on business.Slal'k"1 2nd. fur a special rally. service: in I \ (ire.Mi; I'i v,' :fj.\l'.; of June, i7tl! (t

Ilurlm, Thursday, June 2(1.-The :M r. and Mrs. Roy (' ) Prize Prize drace :M. F.. church Sunday morning: I had! the fnlloxx'ing 'ri-garding the! road I j

German government headed by Phil- !1 little son, Roy, Jr., of Wateroak section 10:30. 100 Yard Dash $5.00 $2.50 t" which exerbody. is Iii\"Ital. Thispasior and hriilo" district vest of Green love '
lip Scheulemann had planned to refuse :, were here on business :Monday.< xvas one of'u favored few who :Springs, : i

ID sign the pence treaty and I|I :Mr. II. F. Price male a business ,j j 11:00. Running High Jump 5.00 2.50 were given scholarship and, were in- I "The effoit to establish a special i I

permit the Allied, troops to march:I trip to Gainesville :Monday.Mr. x iti-d, t-> attend a Summer Course' at road and bridge district west of Green

into Germany as fur as Elbe: where I i I : fheslcy Fogs was in Gains, I I i III :30. Running Broad Jump 5.00 2.50 the Athens d'ool. University! of jCovo Springs, to build a road loading

it would be attacked by strung German vile Tuesday, -on business '! I'hid tauhoogn, Tenn. He says lu will I west in the ,direst i ion of Starke, and by R
forces the Danzig! correspondent !' !'j I I :Mr. Hillio: Mclver: and brother of 12:00. Parade. Parade will form on street south and east cor. be glad to get! honiiagain, and xvebeluxe ''tinSouthern ,Cattle 1 Feeding,' Co. and /'

of the Taireblatt declares in a' Punta fiorda, are here visiting.. relatives ner of Cherry and Call. Soldiers will report at 11 o'clock his congregation will beequally I the Camphor Farm was defeated l by a

dispatch: desc1'ibintill' details of a i I and 1 friends, this week.Mr. sharp as follows: i glad to xvelcomi1 him back, to vote of seven t to .seveeiiteen." a +
secret plan to create u separate state! his pulpit and among' his people. .--
: Jim Kite, Jr., of Stniki', was
in northwestern Germany.The ; I here Wednesday.. on business Soldiers of all wars prior to 1898 will report to Col. VV. T.Weeks. Pastor r.vemlen; xvas selected from l i\l.ilS: :: 1\: WIIIIAT: AM '
plan failed because of the jealousies i"II'rllc. UIH"ngIh, visiting ministers to UIII\T::. ncowrrsio )
I :Mr. Roy ( of !Sampson!' City, ,;r.
and differences of opinion between was here Tuesday business. Soldiers of the Spanish-American war to Lieut. A. V. Long. I preach among I the churches" 1 at in: MCKNSKD:

the government and the army Athens. He preached to u largo
I :Mrs. Walker, of ]III1til1wu"! :
leaders, the correspondent says!' : called to the bedside of her mother Soldiersof the World War to Lieut. H. C. Richard. i iII r' congregation" at North Athens :M. I-;, : New York .lunc JS.- lulius liar-

A report) from Geneva Thursday church last Sunday xxeek. Duringthe (Iw, ... United States wheat ,director
:Mrs. George Stone, :Monday who is Visiting soldiers and veterans from other counties urgently invitedto '
night said that Scheidemann had arrived I. very ill at this writing. We wish pastors, absence the spiiituat I I has iinnomu'1'.l 1 that President Wilson -
, in Switzerland after crossingthe her a speedy recovery. II join parade. work of the I I.axxley church, has been has signed' a procliimation, !putting -
,Ii frontier afoot in ('l1al'"f the local :Methodist minute under license of the uhent directors '
:Mr. Glen Gibson of Valdnsta! Ga., Speaking after parade on Call street west of courthouse. ,, .-
men and Ire understood that they persons, Brats corporations" D
.IRRESTED was a business' !'! visitor hel'e.tlne!!- Speakers Gov. S. J. Catts Hon. A. Z. Adkins. '
EGRO OX have done "onll''I'I'i)' creditable 'I and asHociations, dealing in Wheat
CHAKCi OF KILLING: day and Thursday work. Tit minute men aro as follows \\ hirrat (lour', or baking l products" nuinufactuied + ,,
:Misses and : Anderson Dinner.
\MLiiroun: WOMAN: Lydia Mary : 'lr..1.: D. Randall, chairman ; I I I either whollly or puitly t

of Lacross!' and, Lydia Groover, was 3:00 Pole Vaulting 5.00 2.50 '1\1: r. .1. C. I It."". :Mr. I K.: 1 n.: flu-do and from" wheat Hour. The only exceptions "' 'a '++'
Prisoner States That He Shot Her here Wednesday on business.: ,.. J. .1. :Mcl.i-.ul.\ ; are" faiinei.s and small bakers ' c's,
:\ lIl1n't.Iaine". : of r
I Accidentallyhen Another. was Mr.her 1 on business WednesdayMr. Louise. 3.3O Relay Race 5.00 2.50 I I ttov. .1. c. Diggs, of Stuck,. The) proclamation which goes into, f'

:Man"as licnting/ Her. : John (;rnovcr and father were (Walnut street--9th atreet to Call) pastor of Laxvtey :M.\ I'1:. church'' effect July I I'i. applies to the "business qh 1
I South ' of storing or., distributing wheat ;
spent fiom Friday to :Monday
her : business.
Richard Johnson negro, of near Mednesilay on ' ,345.: Bicycle Race > I ) in J.II Wlt.),, I'I I' I or manufacturing Htoiing" or distributing ,j
:Mr. L. C. Smith left Tuesday for
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\VilleforJ', was arrested Wednesdayby wheat Hour as well as to
I Palatka where he will visit relatives i I Walnut Street. I A II. Itarley came up from" I Du I I Ipolll
SherilT Kpperson.: at Clayno l bak'1v products' either" wholly or
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and, friends for a few days. and spent a day or two at his ;
Bradford, ] county, on a charge of the manufacture" of. bread or "thlr": ,
I I :Mr. n. \\'. Surrency made, a business i.I i. !J4:00.: Mule Race 5.00 2.50 home here tinfirst' part, of the xxeek. i ii 7
I murder, it is being alleged that he ,luii-th fnnn wheat Hour.srvri .
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I trip to Waldo Wednesday.I Walnut-Call Madison i :Mr.\ and :011' K.|; p. Grids, of Jack1si.iu
shot with fatal results u negro woman to .. 1 !;I
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Frank Waiker lilt1, xisited relatives Law
I :Messrs Charley and near
I of Willeford several days!'! ago I' : : 11I'\1.111: ol..nws. : III';- ptI'Olt'I'
, of lIa"lingIII', '' here visiting 4:30. Ford Race Shock Absorbers 5.00 toy Sunday.Mis. I
He was brought to the jail here I I OS'I'.1ItK': :; ( ; :;(11001.In ,
Wednesday, and will\ be given a pre- i their !grand parents this week :Mr. Cherry--Call street, north :\ I I.. xi. fining of Tampa is
liminary hearing immediately. I and :Mrs.\ George Stone. a guest t at the home of Mr. and :III'.. the examination of pupils of

According. Johnson's fctory' of I! :Mrs.\ II. W. Surreney returned, to 5:30. Bait Casting Tournament I'lmrles, II IIIki 11", :\\Jr.,.. \'iIlCif1i" the Uradford. County High School l4f( I,

the crime, as told by county officials her home Wednesday after a threeweek's Prizes: Tripart Reel Kingfisher Line, Shannon Lure. a sister of :Mrs. Dinkins. j made by II.... llryan, of the State

yesterday, he was setting in the win- I visit at Tampa, with relatives.Mr. | .1"\ lien left the! first of the week Hoard, of. Health recently, 111chil:\ f d
of : Willie Price made a business 5:45. Bucking Mule 5.00 for Jacksolix where, he has dren ,
dow of a house on the outskirts I secured were' examined and hm report
WilleforJ where the girl he is alleged trip to Gainesville :Monday 6:00 Fiddlers Convention 5.00 2.5O 1.00 employment us carpenter. to. Superintendent I Poppell. contained ,
: to have murdered, lived with a ;Mrs Frank Jones of Sampson 1 A telegtam' was received here Saturday the following, : {I

, negro family. While he was sitting City, was here Wednesday !guest of'Mrs. All contests will be held on the vacant lot in front of A. V. Long by :Mr. and :''lrs. Knot: driUls. 7 cases of anaemiaJ ; .

,\ in the window, he claims that the : Will Jones. residence unless otherwise specified. strung that their son, Arthur, bad, :! cases of. enlarged, glands '"
negro man began beating the girl i! Mrs: llardee.. of Sampson City. was I arrived, ill tins countrv from- over the :tt_:"_ fii4i H' 'u of" i.nlnriri.il tonsils. I4a
and that -she called;;: to him for help.. I here Wednesday; on business. I I: Ball Game. Alachua vs Starke. sea, and would ,probably; come -I homein ; I case of skin ,disease.

When she called for him the negro :Messrs.\ !'! WillIclvel':\ Jim Graves, I I a few ,days I case of ,nervous disease. I

man who was beating her instructed I ElmerIclver.: Rufus Jones, D.1 J.Ityrd Dance in armory and on street west of courthouse. :Miss\ Joyce Terry I is visiting! relatives 17 rases of. conjunctivitis.> ( Inllairmtion I

the other negro woman to hand mid daughter, :Misses :Mabel in Jacksonville' this week of the imiroiiM membrane
which in the room and, Alma Price enjoyed, u Band concert on street during afternoon. Mrs: ,
him a knife was Byrd P. I. iHnluis and little daughter lining I tint i inner surface of the ,

and he declared he would heat them fish fry at Earl ton Beach Thursday Rest Room in Futch building on Call street. of Jacksonville, are" visiting reltives eyel ids. )
I| :Mrs.\ J. II. Surrency" is visiting her in Law ley this week 7 eases of I trachoma.

both.When this occureii, Johnson sayS ;) parents Hrooker for n few ilnjsMr .9OO Fireworks display. High School Campus Uev. 1. I'. Jenkins presiding' elder 1 case of defect of nasal breath I

i he drew his !p,,tol and, fired at the : Jas. Reynolds. made l a hU.-i'l, of Jacksonville, district, of the :al\ K.: ing.

\ man. but the shot going wild hit the ness trip to Starke Wednesday.Willie I church South pri-ached at their 7 rase of ,di-fective teeth.

girl.: !She" screamed and he began! Johns of Hampton[ was hereWednesilay church here last I Sunday morning to I li; cases of adenoids.8ii I

traveling swiftly toward an unili-r- on business. I I1 Treaty of Peace ''a large' and interested congregation.V ; cases suspected of suffering! i '
j termim-'l destination. He says thattl :\1 r. I.ouy Reynolds: of New River, I \ I K:. Torode' was a visitor toonvillr from hookworms .. ::11 t

I .. n l only n-ieivt-l i a "Ii.-ht: wound was here on business. WednesdayMrs. I Sunday. Examination of school children! in i .?i\\

in. the arm but a telephone message :\ Liabelle Bates and little cou i :Mis LIIIIIS1111'1':\ Is visiting reluti the schools in the large cities!' have '

from 1 H! :M. Whitficld. a merchant at';(' sin I'earl Byrd of Tampa were here' Signed Saturday \ II' .inrksnnvill' thin week. shown that those children who aro I
Cell asserted that the woman was' visiting their grand parents!' :Mr. and \\' f, Overstreet, was transacting, backward, in their studies are In i,

j dead as a result of the shot. :\Ir'. J. C. Barry.Mr. im-iness in ..Iaek..onvlllelnnelllY. : and nearly every case, suffering front ))1hr"onceof

The name" of the girl and, the : Tonio Wasdin and wife were ''1'.1..".. som(' a.11..l sui..r.-. 11 I.a 1. I which I "
and woman with whom ill Starke Friday on business :J r f Hr: Moore visitor Jaek- hoer by tho ,vet
1 negro man ., was n to had never suspecti-d pa
Wmld th.iii "r
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Versailles. ur. - i ''aoPi'0 iiiiallo.M-d'
! -..hilue.l. could not be learned. Further :Messrs. L. ami I Author Barry 'oii1" ,i1"!' irp"' .dr': 'yJr. rents. Kxiimimil.ion; of every pupil
! was signed, and -"lIlt'd\ >l in\ the hic -fll' t lion' '
} informaton will be obtained at made a business trip to Starke Fri hall of miinirs at' Vi-r-ailli-, , The i ii'iniiii.\' ' ..innto'" a dramatic' : I I. Loudholt sold his meat before, they rider school is practiced.

the preliminary hearing. day. afternoon, but under i lrr ii iii- 1 ,.... n fail 1 n..11 hi d it-- highest' '"I1'k'l to Den Howe last, w"'k.11': in many, of the, largo cities and any
:Messrs Charley McKinney of Louise which somewhat dimmed the i aillut ', |lath. with thf wild i-nthu- l.i.Millioltwill move to Jacksonvillewhere hey or. gut' suffering from, contagiousdisiasi's +

Johnson (Did Not Kill.. Willeford Negro and( Ike Dinkins of Bunnell 't.itions: of those who hud '( iid-ptioii, of Prei'lenViNoii" hi will operate a market.N'ews I must, undergo' treatment before i

; Uoman. here Friday on business. fniight during long years of : ClemeiK'cuii and Mr., loyd George : : was "received Innlast week I nli-ring.,
( ;,an',< <\HIe. June2 V.R. T. :Miss Rosa Jon"--.* .II.1i.tl'I'! :MabelItyrd. monthnf, negotiations for the rowils outside the palace that :Mr J. Il I Ilostuirk of Milllown, : Tinexamination of pupils in t

n-. f \\I..fo,1,! , who'II y in wenbusiness. visitors to in, I II hii'Mment.The ) i ignoi'i-d or disregarded the nu- ili.; had passed into the great bn.Mind. : Starke, s.,liiuil. I show that seven cli)! I Iilnn

111 1. Fndiifated, before Thorn-I: Starke I riday.I'vt. I nh> of the Chine" I I , ih--. -.. I. if the dujT: They torn :Mr. HoMwIck has been HCriously 'I are" suffering, with trachoma i

,.f ti ilthat the woman I fchi'll l /Iti.TtI. who, hns been who ens'' the la-t moment . '.- i IIi.-" 'MK-ii, from their "nam 111 for, several, months, following highly ontagioiiH illsotiHO affectIn "
\\ ,i- Alleged( Richard Johnson had abroad sexerul, 1 months, returned gutes.unable' rec'nl'ilr at msi'lveto) I 1.. almosi u'I'I..d them" boili- un operation. I ( 1';: rand, 1 a iliMoiiHc" that will f

-h at :that plai-o last week was not home Tiiila.N) with a honorable discharge to settlement' und, left, : fr.'i'i. the i'hat.-wi grounds to :Mr. TiiiHwii WHS the senior member ,nil. in l total blindness if not. i 'II f
I.1', il,j at.d sustained only a minor lie has h"d I i ,"n.' rather, whiinliing the iilaving "nf tin fountains, of the f linn of Hostwick, flood-,i ,prompt" treatment If childrc": r J'

.\ .' .1 in the arm. hard ipctme' >< sun" ', ,'"iii\, ? st' "I.'I'"> i.Sajs castt-rn. empire: outsell. the ' I'al"t..f tinpingram which had will (''u.. ninaI stores' operators, (filing' from, trachoma" are ., 'I I. t !
of p'a"'" "'?''I"k the '
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Fi> \ .11.w of this statement the he tikes Fi 'im'i- and (G. iniany i ,scinlil, 1 u plum, ,.oJ I It-, 1 ,hg iitl., ', 'd j stntc' stillLnwtey" l I to ntt'-nd school without m '
',.HIM, against!' Johnson has been I line, but nothing ill., tie ..!o"I> ,old, (L' | ?' I'lllllt1 llOtiI'l" ' whnh til".". II Ii!," I I ". " -"u11l' 1! or i,11, th' pl, nlpur'n' i, tri-atmv'it t this disease: twill, ? I
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"..n' ndeil from murder, to assault S. A. lie huII I.i imf".i" "f i I' I.it' "PI" wi fin priit< I the' .. 'nil ji'iirs. Hi! many" f'i'u.l', here. rapidly, as i n !shown by recm, I
.. 'I., murdi-r The date for' him "f i Iii} ..111111 :Srviit": of the Soith" ,, .. svnumthiiwith hi- bireavi.l In schools. 1 in the cities. Pei i '.
w : >tint to friends who mo glad to oI."r. a -
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i nn I'non,, lodgi. d wth, his' .'i, ' I ,'.rn,uu'. ,.'d r I u'I'e.I' 11/,01, /I' .0- school .i-
t in' luninary hearing! has not been !l"n'l return . family aii'l other t nem, n-liilives in '11 port- ?,* cases in her
:'a 1. another disappomtmi-nt. ., pnWri'" ;g"1) th' peat'I'n' 1V
'u ) i"ll I'rod I : '. Roy, Rul.eison\ and I little 1 son, their I loss. ::'fat lio..will.l and,, family iii-iisc- of two and three-tenth '
.. makers, of the treaty ii. t.dar III Ih. ions" I1I1Jlf'ri111 hull
Roy, Jr.. of ",ut""IJuk.tion.. were the h'I' tin ( Jermans humbi-d| thin nttondid the funeral In :Milltown. rent over lust your.
Hut bulking largo, was '' of the I : 'If.'d
rivi: :MILH I business. Unite' a numlvr of I.awli>y folks The names of pupils
Saturday
in Starke on tudo uf Germany and the (. ' -ignominiously forty-eight
froi '
:Mr. unit :Mrs\ Klando: :Maines were took in the Silver !Springs! excursion High School. suffering
,1'nip.t'l1til1l'i., t -. which, left "r. ago.Thl .
I II! Toir.linson, of Lake Butler, wasa lost Sunday.' ,11"| +<,'nses< listed! above are on fliccounty >'
here on business Saturday ?i .1d.'n'| fruni' the ollli iul ''' .' < formally ended the world war office I tI
i ,; visitor here Tuesday Trains of all kinds l have, been n superintendent's
** Mr. and :'oIl'". O V. Pyal wore called h", ilny mul, from I the ''"\ "i'."' | III' h lasted( just t W"lP-l'ev"n'! days the '
o .11" Dl'own'Islted Five MileW. hotil"J' here this week HO far, Supt. Poppell will give p II'
scarce article
bedside of their daughter, .
to the M I i rentuI; '', -till o'i's'1 .ili ,14 than five years. Today the day | .
,01", -lay. Starke ,owing to the heavy rains "causing ft every assistance ponsiho.they
Mrs. Gladys Strickland at . , 'inil I the fifth of .
fiim.il i l r't.,1." iliat 'mil' inn peace is anniversary'
il',"; T. J. Dekle and daughter washout between here and Baldwin I -
Friday. t" ,d "u '",'al on". ti' regular: r" murder of the Archduke Francis until Th,
:MrW.. H. Bethea of Perry, were Mrs. Alford, Evi'iiden, a teacherin t did not return
I Murrhce last , .',th thi- ,.: .,
:Miss Frances spent un' ''r'" at Sarajevo kindness r
Mrs D. P. Deklc : Through the
gu.-t- of :Mr. and nrlll'1: K:. Sunday !School gave noon.
Sat'inlnv.Mr week at New River, !guest of friends.Mr. tions dl'r'I'' ,1t. rot' ',i"n" the (' ceremony of signing the peace her clans with a few invited friends, Ifowione room was) design. i'
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: -. Carrie Bltimo and, :Mrs. Fjorn I : (Barry Kelly left Saturday; forpNew ture of the "pa 1i'r., .' salaries. of was! brief Premier Clemens a picnic at Kingsley: lake last week the ti-ai-her and girls and t. <
. Rnr where he will attend tho1C'nvefitioi' today. but upon ratification 'allc'l, thisission to order In tho fron
< .- ( .aincy/ of Okahumpkie, Florida, '" 'au They left hero Wednesday morning pitched. camp on
iff: Mating relatives hc-te this week. l ( i rational' assembly.: "hnll of mirrors" of the chateau with the intention of returning the I They hail plenty of good en'
R. Seville attei. led ''M 'I'n-' 1'1.. : ('Jen1''n.'eau'I stern ,' ( Versailles at :R'10 J o'clock. t'J
:Mr and Mrs D. L. O. Green were :Mr. J. : -ame day hut being waterbound. th'm. however, and a'Iry i .
gj.ts of their daughter. Mrs. \ViIh I vention at New Rivi, r last wc-i :- I IM-, |I.nnr"mul'k", ; that 1 11 I Iv '(I The signing began when Dr. Her ...- -- .- --- -- I day and a half was enjoyed, '
.. Putrish.; last Sunday. :Mr. I., f. Smith and two children 'ill: !I.c. i vpi-toil, and held Mueller and Johannes Bell, .I"mlll'.1 in the great seal-covered tm'nickor*, who wenMr: <. E'

:Mr. :Martha Parrish: returned Onie :Mae and Eva left Friday for Serve the treaty provisions !)'1 German signatories, affixed their documents signed today Flora. Brown, Marguerite G '

Thur-.lny from an extended visit Ad"ll, Ga., where she will visit her and completely the German (-". Herr Mueller signed at 3: AH a contrastwith! the Franco- Ji-anrtt Simmons Matt" II

with relatives near Brooker. parents :Mr. and :Mrs Nebmwn. gates, through Dr. Hanlel von 1(,i ? o'clock and Herr Bell at 3:13: Herman peace session of I /IH7I held Mlivetto; Biggs, Fred Moor, J .I f

A Him Parrish of Brooker was a housi-n, replied that after in the same hall thenwere presenttoday Moore, Clifton Brown and R
h"iops.'isitor" here Thursday. were week-end J guests of their sis to the hotel that had they President Wilson, first of the ,hi-\ ifrlzxlral French veterans of :Moore. '

.1. 0. Caswell was vaccinating ter Mrs. Claude Renfgroe. th'-. would be treated on a delegates, signed a minute later. the Franco-Pruxnian war They replaced Mrs Alforl Kvcnden W spending[
hoghere last week. I Dewey Duke was a business suitor ..* after signing them the 3:45: o'clock the momentous ses the Prussian guardsmen! of a few days with friend In Jacksonville \

Dewey Duke visited in Midway to Lake Butler Saturday. ,i-Bsentatives; as shown by was concluded the previous ceremony and the wh.r.she Is awaiting tho return

!last :Sunday.; :Mrs. II. S. Long and children separate exit before the '' All the diplomats and members of Frenchmen today watched the ceremony of her husband Rev. Alford 1
I and Morris have returned body of the conference they parties wore conventional civi will probably spena,
:MrHewitt and son spent last Clarence with grim satisfaction! ".\" -ndeo. They
Sat-,r lay in Lake Butler. from an extended visit to Lodiwicl would have signed. i clothes There was a marked Tho conditions of 1871 were exactly the Ith together in that city. i Hi

:Mrs Addie Holder and children of Under the circumstances: ,. of gold lace and pageantry. reversed. Today are disciples of
Palatkn are guests of her parents, II Ga.Sam and Lor.nle Thomas visited eral tone of sentiment in the were of the fanciful uniform I'.ismnrk sat in the seats of the lowly Thrift helped' to win the war. It
Mr and! Mrs. B. J. Thomas. friends and, relatives In Brooker last ical siting was! one rather of the middle ages whose traditions while the white marble status of will enable us to enjoy the fruits of k !

Russel. Julius and Gertie Parrish Sunday at the uncontrovertibl. an'' of practises are so sternly con :Mmen.a.\ goddess of war looked .on. I victory also

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-- :\ ln.WIlJIWI" : f thi-, fruit and lot ,n'I i '
tom. :;T.1R'I'ING A BERM J'\Sn'RI:: ETlUI: OF -faun: i "

I .II i '> .1 1 t t.i opal< kit, t his imp Hi, !r.

9. Mul-Mjimncr: is the Time. to. Plant I I"I ,. ,., ii l.i) .n-.1.I II ILtn'-1: i ..,i ? o\"i |I.uunlJlc Lit ,.,ri ... .r., I'

This Pasture Gross h.c', I I. .I ." k. \J:, Lilli., ..I'act '' "I-.1" ml. :: in belt 1 1 1i .' ,,"

",. .t .,." ", .., I I -' l -
i I I i I il! .1 ''I,11I1.t inn
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I
: I" ,l' :; oj': "u' ",,I ,
U 'h it about your Bermuda pnvturc"il' I

: "u i have one ? It is valuable

.. to the livestock business, I1d'j, States .
of
Hall
t'', i\, fainurhould, have a Rued,1 1I Dixie in the

"' d I plot of glass for summer and!

t fill And right now is /nt .
irin/ing -
,'' "I I time, of the year to start tin n:: ;11144.414:; FICDrAq r +,
MYJj $ ,
crnays J. C. Thompson, forage ACkdf,4lf lie a
CFo4CrA
k
-ptnalists at the Florida C\ 1 tVlf4rtp 'a'
< r"I !
? I ( kh1I 1 pen" 1 111"11 Station.:; 'M; xrr7nwr rtntvscffi : :
I ', I fit rmuda is undoubtly one of the i t JfMrV wrnci rtxas "

I 'IIIIIII iiy ll III IIf i, bet pasture grasses we have in Florida ylOChriA wfflyrDWNq 'y',

;f bin a ll t tst I savs Mr. Tomphson. A gnatmttnr re Gp'Tnes meow axi6 i iTENNJ
I : farmers do not want Bermuda

"'!"PP. on their farms because it i- -" ,
., 1
'inl tr get rid of when they w i-h to ; r sr

4 r ti f' the pasture to other) land. Th,"it

Illli II I hliiln' r'I'I t, y ,, I I Irs : ."""r' every /good pasture 11'11'i "
1 'r i ,' not hard to eradicate! i :,

t.. hli III ,r . 'ill \'. .ild! not stand pasturing ,

I il, I '' Ar' , T VIII I IillttllIlIl II IIi r. a good stand of Bcrmu I.i ii tv

i ',, iu'id necessary to plow 'i'

) I IIII I I ri "I'l.mting/ can be best done h: "
//i rt r I If of 6 i ,,I D'xs i and stem Cut tho 1 n"I t tI
W'9 ? ?
I .aa
;! III IIIII 1 r J ,' 4 i i i "mots, ,t into small pieces with a'i r ,+
4 i s
1 n.irppude' The roots inn th! .
la'' ' w r I iIII I \ 1!', ''i "ipptd',. 'in the bottom of tlu' f"

i y r ililiiilllillllllllllll l i r''tV' .n:d covered with the next fort, o',

'P v 1 ; 31 IIIIIIIII II UI muulll Ian ooom 0'.'suru't Whether! every furrow oi" 1'\ ,'
,; k IRa..tli I J ....."la.' '.
Y rBm+1 I Ipit IWu wl. routes Cuql third 1 furrow should be ]Jimutte'd''III
{ '" I u Il lli Punt I on the rea of the had, tll be phn i ii :

Illlppluuu .d.I and also o on the supply) of .rol'-i '
i! pit IIIIIII IlltliiiilflllIliII11II ql LAY the smokegame with a jimmy !limited, drop the roots ill every "I, i | r t I

-IUIIIII pipe if you're hankering for a hand ",,1' third furrow.tn .
}
.\ planting J give the grassan'',
out for what ails your smokeappetitej! .
i'ue and attention. Too many; 10.1

p, For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question lie.vi- that the pasture will take pal' I

.aV care and some cultivation and fert'I-, ,
'-
;' < <# Made by our exclusive patented process Prince Albert is scotfree .
/ation will produce much more ft I II
.. from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun than when left to take care" of it-i ''f ,.

\ .4.: that ever was scheduled in your direction I I I lush)j the Bermuda sd, once 01 t ten ..

jy a Do this when there is ", : ,
;t ''I b e I r t year pier i r q
Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled Into a cigarette it of, moisture in the ground l and th J-w'

n beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any stand will be improved i

.
man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to I
:niMf.M: : AMI YIIU'o: ,
i figure up the sport you've slipped-on once you get that Prince .NOTKl .VILBLir I

Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! I

You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! Free seruim and l virus, the distribution -

nf, which was OI'
1 Tbpj y rid bag, tttl* rod tint. handtomm poand and half-pound fin harnl act of the recent legislature, will not
dort-and-thai cfa .,. practical pound crystal gtatt humidor tattHtpang ,
become
available for he ,
present.The Southern soldi 'rn to the nil, I r t J. h' and parite organizations for
moir.n.r fop that, "..". tHm tobacto in acA _.,.., ../f'fan.. .
rollowingI"tter is selfexplanatory 1,I |lu', ,in u. irr .,frmy 1.hah'tir.a I I a u'ulg, I t" u., n)' liillMiluil, : a.0 Still
on this ) I I.' -11'.tl.| tot :'.?v \ "Ik. ;11'' d.-I of,t.. r ,stut.8.' TH.t.UlWiHjiit. 'hunt'Its II
point ;
Ixmltnt (r"r unlr, llr-t. uiulns "f )" m," ntoI, Keunls( hat? nude appropriation
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Wintton-Salem, N. C. You will please] give publicitythrugh ,,,,,,
char in, .I 1 \\ ." m" r n tin for'of "r fro III 13:I:. a to I'm.iinu' for th* w <'l-
Ii t your columns to the fact that Jn.t 1 t."h"T, ar.. Mn\ir. ron rah, of ih..ir hn10 America and
I . .... ... ; '
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tnllnntl. .Ion .i '"f the un .h... .H' "''Slnt Iln Inr a club morns
- -- --- -- -- - --- me Comptroller has just notified me : : g :
|, ntl i .;n but: hifourul; trunIMH <'tr; : AIn; s.; w York;: In ;iiillltlon, to th.;; Ir desks
UMii.it J : .si\ns: i lia'. :M.ntMaliini ; :; al'l'.' 4.'rho. I i L The' I Fundamentals of Child that the money appropriated by the \vlulmiil 1 l by the work :Mr* 1 I., r..\' In the II ill of Sure. Mivi-rnl of IhtxiHiil
I sweet. potato 'turnge" ) hueeovercomes Kll'kplltl..k... last !legislature for the ,distributionof I'nnin cf, the "niitlurn 10"1\! I retie ." x ha\i H. nt KiiritarltH' ilir,''rt from
free serium and virus will not become 'bur, charge of the w 1l I. mine ,' 111"h' ,t tablixhinK the of thvusual II The I'oy I'robkm. I'robushl"i . .
possibility'
motor .
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mi 11. nt rln" nt Hit' Hull c or IOI..I. s. Mrx I roun IIBH been l i !getting In touch
lin<'s fin tin tiiiiiipoi' 'tutinri, Jtiiil. loss. The houses are simple) in heir, I The Tunning of the Human available for some time Just ilittiilniil, ) bv War rump OonimunltvfvrMn with \arlouti ort'nnlxatloiiH the IntliMilunl -
freight |presents) In-iliiy IHUnf the best construction, with stiBiKht walls, but I'lant. liuibank. 'as soon as it does! and the Hoard l I nl 17 Went 2": th St. has ni. unit l southern 'HtatiB anil 8.1..1,
makes! definite plans, for the distribution pialt'l rftnntiilly' for monxoluntitrH( endeavors are now I.mit. made to get( ;
fields of opportunity f"t the with with ventilation the floor nnd Poor Id School Sanitation and Decoration
man in -
from the states or Alabama ArUiinjMNrrth . n desk smarted' for :MHMHHPP| | | |I and UoufHlana '
II little 1I1.illll I at Ins disposal, in the and with a style to control the tempeiatuie Dun e and Haitey.: of said serium and virus, the : : (r'nroltna IlorlilH Cloorjrln Loul- II :M K. fmlth of 11"7 l.roadwnv .
I opinion of the United StutiM Tire ; The fnrnierH of southern'sweet 17. Among Countiy Schools Kel'n.1 public will be so notified\ through the plana.| Jltsslsstppl| | l. Vlrieinla. ntui. \Vtstlririnla linn gone to MIHHM| ..II'I'I| ulth n
'I press' of the state and e-theiwise \' and hast a few r"llr"A| intatl\ view to Interesting! there the :State; g'-
Company. potato houses and ale able tu' 11lIow to tell Stories to Children.
Thanking for this of some fif these states picked 1 an L'lialr- crnimnt or State or nnlztitl'.n In the
The iluvclopinunt, ) of lines' of thin (tet their potatoes in northern markets Bryant gnu couitc-y, I men for thilr own commonwealths but work for the wound nun lure

t Holt ,between towns and) cities has only lit a )food pi'ueith a small 11) Stories to tell the chiltlron.Brj . am slin has not linn able) to flml millicl' Inilslile of tin cheering 11",1'IMIII","

1,, ', just begun and n ciMtiiiti. to grew tnnu'inloiiNly .- amount of lows The nec-eosity of somehettr 'ant. 'cry truly vouis.. \olnntttrs to take cart of sinititM. of woiiniliil' . un n tin .wotinn at tht
i dinks for rnch state n" should) IM ilnn- Kali of States are bii llv "I1"all.1! In
;> .4 ui) the next few ymii.) The mc'thods uf "t"'illltVt".t, potatoes i :JO Moral Training of Children. 'Iv.I ,' III.I.Y. In View of the gnat number of Wonmbd I I wiliomlnfir! nun from utter h'nl' c,unmitiltliH , :

oppoi..lunitii'* ale i.xpi'i.nilly Komi I infceitloni is \'iol111| ill every., siitmn of Adler, VetoiiannrinnMICKIE men arriving h,'r.' dally. "()ttinn-8 to who an* able to KI.t al!" ni,
tho nllllIo'r,l of I,,""'" In .M hour" Another, Important' nctltlty I ly a "a'Io"; I
I t ", where I'nil loadiivni is nut I'loi I iila The cost of he'T houses, inpiopoilon .'1 J. :Moral Training in Public ,. !
Tin Southern !Sucl-ty' maintains at will, empluMin" bnr'iiLich. ll ,
irood Hut Mil ill pints' nf the country I to a ,single jear's imp, : Schools I the !Sewamiio HOIIH, l.H: Kast; Nth lOt." \\r fninp,,, r'ommtinltv S' r\lee miiln\ ;

\ where inilioiiil .l hcilules. an the I best nialfcs them seem \pensi\e, but _'_'. Karli-v Training of Childien.SInlli"son I SAYS a I ham""' center for the .southern. *.oIoU.r" talus: mel' whoa' MniiiKir. J II \'. ituiH .
auto line- ate lining.' a gaud! liusinusshiiiilniK < < considering. that theyill last ""\1"- oral tnoNii wno nrai>'u to nnn tin ,ir seeks 1 po-Itlons buck home pam'ut i
'fNE .i\* t th"ro are cnt-rtniintl, ln\lhl Tlioni from the southern ii'nh,1, I In
I A r..IItht.. III yi'iiiM, then lost, is not excessive :28:!. ( hildrcn's Rights: Iviggin.s1. \ I btfv" CI1''f PAP65E3POM < n who are tmnMe to l have the I"'A- Ii' .Is laila. illn ct from lurf to tin J.dw IMm <
The' ,piifotinir of the laiK" pneunilitlf land he farmer who run (flow one. : I. Emmy Lou. Martin KIN\ POKE Xt( US paR I t pltalS or who h.IMonly a few days In trout" >'ff..rlB' at the hall ,ifStitia "
tiles of the United, Statex Tile thousand bushels of mole of sweet :Jil. Little Citizens. Kelley. 1ELLIN'\ 'BOOT' 'AV.JONES' the. ii l nrkatlon I HphaN, however ared ore M' mml, il ilnllv by Miss 11.
'i fin'1"! for tl1I'Ir.Icom(' on leth.rs'I Mra tl Wrlirht. of "l1nrh..ton.. 1'1. c'
Company has been one of the most potatoes should build a Htoiaffe house :!". Sonny. Stuart. NEW CHICKEN: Coo'-: .. M by Shoe commltK. In the Jl.ill who takes special can of the t4nutIi'
important tttepx' in nuking this ,development ,: fur himself! or KO in with hm ni-iifh- _'8. The Ilossier Schoolmastti Eg- 3uc,8NEK1 VMS NEVER: 'I cf !Stan.s. and, Mr Fin un has been unable f'arolJni men IIn,1th'". help to all
possile. Rig! M-hicles aretiecessniy I I burn and have one put lip on cooperative gleston. VA.f'6Q. NO GUFF '80)1'M to rtorult nutnoUnt forces to wrltw other southern Idlers and l by MAlfrnl .
I to nil the southern men Pimnr who like MrH UrovJ ".
I to duty |UU<|N of pitHxetifcra ;- basis, :!'.,I. The Hoosier School Hoy Eg- S. A1.CmERNO'4: MOR06N1SILT9 The Southern stun t s immlomj ire fn m ;\I"I11Ohl.( .i'hairm hae b.., uapp"opted
i or freight, amid the big pneumatiimake It IH not ahvay.s necessary' to erect gleston.Hi 1 POMP6AANIAN PUP, somewhat nt a dl n'I"lInla"1 "' 'i. n,minril / foriral of the Indlvkdualit ..
i it )poHNihle for" trucks and, 11I1.1t. a new building A packing house. that "PIf= F\.t" HAVIN' -t'HEI with. th Ir Hl-ti r*< rf :o.1.'I',1.I ,I IT ... .. .but skckn''v" or absence final'
:: Education by Days and Games .
run s < o. South Car.llna KI lit':n kW'J \ 11" ilt\ his er't', 'nt cat! must. of them:
buses to tiavel between towns nt tvpced can be remodeled inside will provelust . -Nt.O"t"t o. OTHER 1
I ohnson. Texas which maintain siiurit I from Joint! any atiHc work
mill with loinfoit, tinoblninablu house built \1'i.toJS"E 1'H AT
u an satisfactory as u : W11CHfNEN1 \
a.! lelllInltlanul'l: for Teach I
on solid I | tires1'uHscnireis i. foi the purpose prmidfd it i is prop ers. I.Hing. c\1' PAPERS I

{ j > inn Iw| tamed Mr long ci'ly built and inn be temndeled, In VR1'' ONe.. ,&05S 7NOPE '
:t IJ.:! Notes on Child Study Thor-
distances) with, as little jar UK in u some sections farmers have converted ndykoTl.. r. O. PAI TEn FKUTILI/KK: COMPANY :;

)limousine, while fiKile( commodities I unused tennnt houses into sweet potato :'I l
: Hygiene) of Transmissible Diseases. !:- Jacksonville" Florida ',4
such bi hurried to housesith good results
nv eggs can market storage Abbott. M
with little danger of damiiKe Incidental There is hardly, n town thiuoiit the IVrjili/crs, I11.I'rllrideS, Sprax-rs I'onllry Supplies i iI
Respectfully' ila
the ears can he opi'iatcil. sued potato growing. scutmn that has 1 ::: \ For
.
E.: R. Poppell. ,I ihrty wan we hivr b. n miniaturing. ( rll"l..rt, ..n the biaie' '-'we have satisfied ':
at mtuh less expense on pneumiitii not an unused store building that (County Superintendent.. \ "' fMM lorrerj in every county .in Florid,. cur '

than on solids iiiuld. he made into a storage house. -.- Write I. Ialhl I.ri., .
| | lii.
It in that the Sr ,., The i 14a Trite., al., .., ;in ,,? wills)| Qnalilt, .
wan Will United .tt' point is the sweet potatoes should I[':\11'1:11: :si_1'1'1TillE_ ::; _ _ : \r\\s: i!
I1 Tire ('II. developed, the large pneuinn- ,I 'he stoied, ill such a way that they will po

tic truck tires, and it is worthy) of. note not decn.v) and will lie marketable The automobile I.+ 10"11) part of the aTr { '
us illustrating the ciao life that when the market needs them tr hi'
of funning, ulu'ii many fauniis l Im,1,I to _
1 comes to a titiik fiom, I'idmg I on pne-ti-1 i :Sweet potato. hou -e.s tan be made 1 buy' equipment that was pool. in q\uil- i'I 1

matic.s, that several of I the llrst trucks" of wood I, buck, hollow tile, cement, because But BOOS
ity itus cheap tudiv: Home State
pciiippedvth| the big tiles. ore still or s!";;.c. Wooden buildings/ are prefeiable the farmer has money and is buying your by sendingyour

t doing Ill'u'y'i, ,'"- every, till'. All because the-y) are cheaper ami "equipment of proved value-the sort t

other trucks of that ,day have lung can be more easily kept diy! than oth- he has always wanted because he i! A/ X Mail orders to a Florida HouseOur
''1
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since the
gone to setup heap 1'11. 'knew it had the genuine value that vr

(One of the facts. about which farmers I'la us and specifications, and all made it iheaper in the long mil a

comment In the lack of ,damage necessary( instructions tan be furnished The automobile s today pint of the Service has given National: prominence

to mails by heavy vehicles! travelingon by the Extension(; Division, .standard. ,equipment of every fiuni -
the big pneumatics. The taxpaying ) University of I'lordii
.
(, ( Cars of the best make clot every enuntiy -
farmers" rimy with ,dissatisfaction i i I -.. --__ ._ road The farmer is consigned'

tiny loiiMMinte.. which' tears up i,: n\1 I : < 111-::1V(: IMUI! l:>: ..lIN( : .\l. /II-.II by the auto ,salesman to be a must I CALOMEL DYNAMITESA FINE CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY

up then! madbut tin n' comment onmotor IIli.11t1 I Ii lie is OUR
I I I discriminating buyer a man
cm' equippedeth huge pneumatics used to ilmng things 1 himself and not I SLUGGISH LIVER Exerjtfline in BOOKS
III'' I'l1tlll'l h' enumrenllltnry.' I i Stake. Fin June :Jlth.! 1'U'i! delegating jobs to others' ; his mfoi- LEADING
r 're, the Tcachcis of [tiudfmd, I 'otintv. : Crashes Into Sour Bile making'You '
: milt'"11 is usually first I hand and he ,
i ltl'II.lm.\-NI'I. \ I "Cl; I I. or\1 I | I I II I wish,, to all( your attention! to the knows just what he wants. Sick and You Lose LINES Complete Office Outfitters

:Minei I (; ): 1101"1OW: i irito : : T"llI'hl'r1' Profe-ssional Library whichI
It i. lie-cause of the flll'm'I'
-
I I I i i is kept in my office in the courthouse' )' and their determination to piosperit.v get a Day's Work. Toys and Athletic Goods

?f{ \\ the IXlensiiin 11i\'I..hl1l of the Pit: "'h teacher may secure one volume, full value for their that the I I

F : t'nitirsif, for I'liinn" Ito he returned by him at the I'xnirnitioti : United States Tire Company money ,is 1 ok- Calomel salivates- Ifs mercury.I I Artists Surveyors and Draftmen's :Materials

;: of two weeks Each: additional
forward, business
ing to an enormous Calomel acts like
If thewaste that .cms' annuallv ;''' week the same i IH retained n chargeof dynamite on a slug- KODACS
this the agricultural Photographic Supplies
; year in sections gish liter When calomel comes into
with the I'loraln iiiuld be- 14,11'
clops five cents VN ill be made for it. The
Hack of he United StatesTires with bile
I contact our It crashes intoit
and utilized, for what it is actually J, following in n purtuil! list of theseex-:
Thermos
stand the high traditions of the causing: cramping and nausea.If Bottles, Safety Razors
worth, the* farmers ,f Honda, would
i ( IH'lont books, l by) number, name nndlIl1thol' I
: tinted( totes Ine Company's greatfactories. you feel bilious headachy, con1gtlpated
h.ive their piospinu nssimd, fur nil ,., Teachers clip and keep for Mm')[1111 & Wright.' G .0 A. F. : and nil knocked out just gei, We carr' complete stock in all our lines
to Then .
i mo come an- saute' < ifferenoc, please.I .
,. .n"nl1'l I Hartford, and kewere'-who.e' minus 1 to your druggist/ and get a 50 cent
in which
:il'le' was I James
crops I. PM'hotlllL'
have stood. for in tires 'it : bottle of Dodson's Liver
quality ncethe Tj ie. which Printer
I'most:" unavoidable, h""II: e ..f theirI"rishmlhle I j ::' The Human Nature Club, Thorndykc. 'nrh-t days of the hicycle.Is I is. a harmless vegetable suostitute for Lithogra| >hrr Engraver!
., nature, Thin-, another ,
I the' product\ of the largest rubber dangerous calomel. Take I
: a spoonful
I I- e perishable crops that can t b.<> I 'I. Habit Rndcstork. Land' :Manulacturer 01| Lo'ts' Leaf System
complins/' ni tit world! these tiles represent if it doesn't start jour liver and'
..t"rr.1Inti marketed. at a fin"ra61ei I.Iethod: in Education: Roach '
,i t it'thin,,al tMclliiiut aid I straighten you up better and quicker
., tho most important Ifr which, of ThoI"n.I.I.
i Principles Teaching -
ciaftsman-lup that meanlung( miles than nasty calomel and without making -
(
'i ithe sweet of whi.},; .I, t th. :
I potato 1 K.
: '. I TM H. & w. B.A .
of "tul'I'h',' and, sick and
abihtv t"> you you just go back get
1 \M re over two and n half flub' '"i 11 l 'h ., I'r'h'lpl; | nf r: '"I i .:rt t t.on. Oren- 'vile.
stand up under 1 h.ud I set your money.
i 1'1. prncluri-il I last year ,' !I :
If take calomel
today you'll be
The usual method oft t i iot 1 I'I.i I :i > ,., f M.", FrohelI Habitual Constipation Cured II sick( and you nauseated tomorrow; besides -
satisfactory I I'hP i I i\ I r..1 ''i .' Parker.
proven
al i
1 in I M to 21 Pays it may salivate you, while if you take I 7A7foNCDY tJooKANO ARr 570.df.
:ire attired properly in 1 1. I r. i i 11", r .r 1 i.ugliih. Chubb.l "LAX-FOS WITH! rErSI /U a speciallyrwpareel PoiNon'a] Liver Tone you will wake up I -
"banks can be heM until I l : , '. I'nr-
? "Ilrll phy. Syrup Tonic-Laxative for H lbitual feeling great, full of ambition and
with a small amount of tie Constipation It relieves promptly but ready for work or play. It's harmless, 4i411t'<) Bay St. 32 & 46 Forsjth St.

In this manner in usually i i l Uaehmir Ilistorv. should l t te taken regularly! for I 14 M 21 city I pleasant and safe to give to children '

i i. the smaller crops of less than III'' 1 1' The Ucw'edn :Mnvtnunt. flolln to Iir induce, bottle. regular Very o'In.Pleasant) It Summ to) Take later inJKotiiilates dOc they like it. ((13-i






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FRIDAY JULY Ith 1919 BRADFORD COUNTY:'; TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORID PAGE 11IB1 I jt *

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u .;- r All but one uf the phosphate mines 1 c.vin' .\. 1I.\-I\ -
in the pebble phosphate, region of L'K.MmGnu ;
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ea-tcni HilUboiouKh and folk coun- I rrtr t1

. ................,.......... ............... I Rtes. ilu-ed. down I II
........"........,w..f............ ... ....... aLive by a strike levirnl nil J. A, Cox, of I akelami '
the ownciwho are lec-ruiting labor has wiit-.cn: an open, mnul\ letter to lit Gt o
State News I weeks. ago: have been reopened\ by: I I CoiifeiU'me comi'ades in the intei-- |
I to operate them According to the :jest of lion. Cnry A. I1I11'd"l''lIU''

L..._, ./4__ ..nnn.emn. Excl.--.J incepted reemployment on the sumo '( may be sure what lien. Cox sa.conies .\ '
I ; ;: owni'i.many of the strikers have from the heart, and a nobleheart P'swl' ft ' Il t
Told by Our : The Greatest Name in Goody-Land
terms' as before the strike, and that it is. Here i is the letter: *
L t While the mines have far less than I I "During u MOl11l'Whllt'el1tful life ,
-- against the old men by the operators of eighty years the !greatest hon"l.j I 2l t' "
Water 1 n being truinpolled to Maui : votes! were 'a-t fur' and fifty against! there will be no discriminationfull that ever came to me was my elec '
from Orange county and "old to it. linking live of the necessary, two- 1 crews, they are said to be .iretmg 1
con$umeis! at 55 cents! a gallon. I j thuds "majority The $10.000\ bond! out some phosphate, and they I ===
!| proposition. for'imll'O'c,1 file protection expect to be in full operation within 1 1'3-- x

Theodore, Frclintfhuyaen, a rich was lost by a considerable marI n short time.It I ,
New York' man, has let the> contract ,I jonty. i know the

for a 100,000 residence at West I! has developed that some of the
Palm Beach.Work I' Stock willnot be allowed to roamat cattlemen of cambiu: county have realm of childhood -

large in I'ineallas county any more, organized l to fight the cattle dipping 1 ;;;
of paving; the road from :(I I and yards and gardens will soon be Ian' nail l have it knocked out. They dreams
Tampa to I'mcllus county line is to made safe front the marauding. cattle have retained I former Congressman 1 I / x
begin immediately. It will be laid that have so frequently destroyed 'I is a land of
K' line as their attorney, and it is .-
with u-phult blocks.In i iI '1 I in one night t months of effort The expected that the issue will be juille"1'1I1'lr '
no fence law is now in s effect, and next week. RC Stoi-rs. chair sweets.
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I Ik 'olo county twenty-two pigs' flops have been taken to enforce it man of the state hoard, was in thecity / / \ yNl Z lei 1 ff
have recently been placed with club by the county commissioners d
yesterday from hit* home in De- '' ( !
bov., who with the exception of two, j jan Funink Springs, to see that proper Make] some of J I"
In'.UK financed by banks of the taken to uphold the integrity :; .
The loads of steps are -
asphalt folk county are
colllltV I of he law, and was in conference I r those dreams
now protected bv n special act -
i that forbids the hauling. in auto with County Solicitor HarryV.. ; ';' delightful
a
:\ -I"llj I train of fifteen earn of j' u'lIcltlail I' or other, \ hicl", a load Thompson on the subject.Recently '' I .

,.tinpaid through Wuui'hulncil- ,,! of over two tons in weight. The low i, ,..: ': reality( i by
n--da> going from Kissimmee> to Also limits motor vehicles to n speednot the largest moss gininor / r \
r.J.t I Alvcrs! | greater' than 'M miles an hour plant in the United Sates was. established .. . "" ;J taking home

I The law also prescribes; method of in i'nlatkn by the Vego = ) ....... ti"c
rin program' of the eighth annual: I lighting auto vehicles Manufacturing; Company, a concern : Et A
ci.i.veiitiun of the 1"lol'ldaMsociation : of reliability and strong financial : a

of Title :Men is out, announcing! the According to rt'pol.tll'of the Bureau oft standing. The moss is cured 1v WRIGLEYSfrequen
date a- AUK 1.1 and 15, at Daytima.Speakers . ;Markets, U. S. Department of Agriculture I and ginned and used for upholstery, '
from all parts of the states the total watermelon shipment bedding, etc., and it promises to ben '

appeal on the program. form the state of Honda up to and great industry. It !gives .employment W !Iy.
( I including June 8, was K05; cars, compared to a large number.. of people! .
Victory bridge spanning the Apalaihuola to 8H cars to the same date who are paid good prices for this
nor at River Junction, waslecently i last yea 1's prices up to that tunewould moss. = V ... How about
dedicated with appropriateceremonies. have easily hit $5no \ S3
a u car .'
The bridge. I is, on the average, he revenue received from J. J. Logan, of Jacksonville recently ss I.. d;-; tonight ?
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old Spanish trail through Florida. I II the sales to that date neted the brought from TexasJsl:! I heail I = _....,, ,4. ,.
growers. almost a half million dol of pure bred .1terdeen-Angus cattle ;;; *,'7 I
Miami I city council has taken steps'to lars. and offered some for sale. The Florida '' E . .

slop what is. termed fire-tiiip' construction National Bank of ksonvillo. -.. SEALED TIGHT I /

of building: In that city.DI'II Ninety-eight vessels! arrived andtlcpal.tld bought twenty-fi\o' calves from (hoherd ... L ' KEPT RIGHT f ..I l
-tJ,' legislation\ is to be enactedto from the port of Jacksonville and will start a 1 beef calf clul ;
stop this kind of construction. I They will sell the cahbes to boys and -il
the of :
during month May, not
I ILumlH'1' including coast-wise ship with a girls between the ages of eight anti / The Flavor y "!
shipment. from' the port') f t. eigHteen taking their notes .signed ;
tonnage of 17'1,71M: net tons.. This r
nu"ui-od during the past few I growth of the port fully demonstrates I bj them and their fathers' payable ; .' 1- A ,1
Lasts I
nl.,"th-\ The Bahama-Cuba .CnmpanyeCperl flint: the Soilfhi>n-iti>i-n potty art in one >'ear at six per cent interest, ,
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( \ to hip over ono million feet coming; into; tl.i; own;:and; that; i''ihii: }: ; :( ) !
', of lumbar.. to Cuba and ot III!l''c t At n recent' meeting' of the state
I pels are beginning mole every' dayto ) ) : : :! \ ::
Iml,!lian pollcve'iy:' month. |, u-e Southeastern. ocean gateways board.I of health the officeof state
i health officer, held bv Dr. cox.11"
I lin plefeience to the mole congested .
1'eteisburg Deach a boy and l )Dr. Green! : ( t
.\t M t portof the :North: and EastI ,. motorcycle reek.It and I ( : ,
\ll" ariding! n major in the United States army

-.l ly -t luck and Injured a little : Last. Thursdaj at the astern fel''Yn"l1l' formerly a physician at the state. !
,
tunl :V tine of $:r;0 was Imposed, ,< Sanford live hospital. for the II1"ane11" elected "
people, one -
passenger t1'
but it wa.suspended on conditionthat to fill the vacancy 1 Dr. Cox is contesting t
and
cm a truck were piled
up .
: Should. ride a motorcycle the action of the board, andays I
he not t
I 1 I
feet .1IiiiiIIIIIIIIIIIIiU11IIILII111111111Lllllllllff
in eighteen of water. Fortuiately I1III aidlllllllllllllllll1I111111V11111UlIIIIuhIIlh! ..,.
for two months. j i I that he will fill out his full term
help was at hand and no one !
of office. The will probably be \ '
case
j A Hue of mysterious origin tiestioyed ]|I Mr.was Vandevord drowned of On:Moun the ferry Dora were with settled. in the cOUI'I.t ... !'; 10) itin: \ UN: M.I. UIKI: I.IM.S: :: rovers! 'I. II.'C' 4 chill Tonic }a:

the steamship Wasp as she | ii truck, and :Mr. and :Mrs. Homier r,"ituri-a vitallu' nu I i,, i ,' l hv purifying sod inn -
swung" at anchor in 1'ensacola bayon of Miami with three children. Before .\ the age: of 112 years, Allen 1 : :! Wasliiniri,, .hill '" \niinniilias .l' lima' lie M. A I -i i Inu".Ill In-lit*SlKIUIIh,I l//
last Thursday night Her[ crew the ferry landed, :Mr. Vande Dixon Jolll'llI.M'etel'lIn of two wars hoed i irlulnd. li\ ,tip '-inid,, roil) toms lnvliiirulni>i I IT< i foe,t 1\110.\
was n--leep, on board and some of I void cranked the truck The and probably I the oldest citizen of ) house i-oiiferi-i, on 1"Ihllltlo'l' I In,, )'1'- ---- -- -- _-- J7
them had, a narrow escape from were in reverse and it began to gears back, Florida died, at the home of his I peal gove-rnment contiol of 1,1., /try
death rlnutht'r.Irs.; 1K.. Wmgate, ntIlover ) .other GIRLS WHITEN SKIN :
i I pushing. the cat off first and rolling graph, telephoneand wit s.stems. -
: I' lily upon} it. \ on June 20th.) lie was horn in l> .. The. innfi-rees. adopte'd' the WITH LEMON JUICE
l :Mrs lien jam in S. C1'ollbyho has Georgia on January 1 1H07) and lioiisc- plan of terminating( government -

successfully operated! a "jam kitch I When questioned. as to a story appealtig moved. to Florida in his early youth ( control at midnight on the( last.
en" inCiinuan, New York, is to havea I in the Bonifuy Advertiser He helped I ..h'ililt' Semnoles\ out of day of the calendar: month in which
factory at Eustis, backed by a $:5,- 1 quoting Gov. Putts as that the State and served! in the Confeil-. II / the law is approved. Make a Beauty Lotion For A

HIM) corporation and! make citrus ,,{ last fall a groupe of Tampa saying liquor elate army during the Civil'nr. lie. 1!' I TulI( mid, local( cxchiinife, .I'l-llenhnni-. Fow_ Pouts to' Remove! Tan" _. .,
marmalade and l confections from i dealers I tfered him fifty thousand came to what is now Tampu, when rules. would be continued, four, .
figs and guavas I(,I dollars not to call the special season 1111'1''l'l'l! only I two houses on the iI'1( months unless. sooner changed, by Freckles Sallowness.

i''of the legislatuie and threatened his. spot, and could have bought any ncre state t'.?Iii ill 15lltis. under, the! confVr-
C. P I Caikins has fiften acres of for the : I :: :
of land in the section presentprice "
I Ii I'lui- agieenient' omproiniHi-" betwe'eti -
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'lift when he '
said he would call it .
Ymir er has the lemons and)
miles north of Live Kroi any
tobacco four of dozen 1//. is : :: : i :
a eggs survived -
J the ninety" duys rule extenSion -
1 to yield 1.000 i the go\etnor tonight said that the drug stun. or toilet coiner. will supply .
Oak that is expected) < I five
by daughters\ forty-five
If sold l atJO incident referred to occured in his ) of the clause of the senate" bill you with throe ounces of orchard, !
pound- to an acre suggested otlice. He stated that he ,did not I grandchildren and more than fortygreat and the six months' continuance, pm- whim fur a few c.'nt.'lu.'r'7.. :;'| the
, !.t. I'"'' 1)d. tile puce I grandchildren. ( ,
it will bring him :1,111111.:l <>' ) Several other know who the men wore, but that posed by the house' June ol\ two fresh lemons into :i i lob'
they were three in number and claimed -- --- lip, then' put in the orcnard.l white and.
parties have started 1 to grow to-1 R ii.\r 1'001' I UNO\\: or mi 1: The faith that mountains. m
to be from Tampa moves shake well.'l'his. /makes quaitc-r pint
bace.ii lU'iir Live Oak.Congressman I } IIOMI: : or\ i 1''')''" I'ltiIUU'l4) : the faith thai gets 1 II steam shovel evf the verv best. lemon skin whitener I
I \ UV PIn :? of old line Labor saving and ,
Dranc hai i been ol-, | Lust Saturday morning three an und complexion bi-nutilier" known. pthtrsago
time" saving) 11 1 whal you want,. H' this lotion
coach !loads of air service left fragrant creamy
men
wised b)' the postolfice department! I .\ article for food use in a can or ,(
would be f.'nrUtrom field fur thir homes hav- ",tans mousy '-i\inf. 'too. for' War duly! into the face, neck, arms and. t
I village mail delivery
that package i like dressed
is a per o' 1 in
ing received their final dichargufrom :Savings; :: limits arid.. just. sec how, freckles! tan, +
inaugurated at deal-water Septcmbei |' his "best" Hut you can't judge by Stamps.- I
: --- --- snlldvvm ss, redness and'! ruutrhneiiidi
.
service The departure of this
tq :Mr. Drane has been at work )! I ,
I. I
,
a ,)nrante
; : and Is 1 ,contingent leaves only about fifty . I I'llcs! Cured In A toIllY"l di"' :",ippe.ir, I how smooth, soft and '
for tme l
some e.hould
on this matter ere know ,
i
III'nr tin sTir. i, .bncomos. V >,sl'! It S
; th.1, nnegi.t.rrdundrn? IfPAgtll'3rMt'r1'fna.to '" : iliui
1 tie announce- uf \ men at the two aviation .II I Incts Ip : !. :; : :: ;" ; ;
much \pleased over i something of the ;ii" ne- .r f Hi" f ; ur In hnq Min I (f'l"' dlador, I'r ilniilli, it I'llluiliiiillv t ii. L mil the U'au'iful rcsulttil
: camps here ,the remaining numberof '!.' she She .should hnrw n I hr.' 'li' t Io'' >: 'I''I. in?' I You ,i i inslliil
nient i men at the two camps, about "J.'o:!: 1 -I willing) : of buy thematermU used.. of \ \ :: :;: ,l-' i. an:r -i, ,In,; I .:*;" 'i:u,I'l. I'l;,,,. .bob '. | qiirprisi. > v"u Adv ((9") ,

:: A big seaplane from the naval air being new lecruitrecently signed! i I inme'i! ids en: ,' ir, cal I : t
-ta t loll here carrying three men t up for se1'\'ice. 1 Is the factory clean, It is l II .- =-- -- -
tumbled into the buy Friday and was tary ? Are the' ntiiteiahpure I [ I r- -
wrecked, but all the occupants escaped The state. board of health in session kept pure?? Vo'l cnn always .IIlIni'l! I
with no more than minor hurts, ) at the -tati'. capital. Thursday, the looks of an article or by '' !
The flyers; were Ensigns: George ; lemoved Or W II. Cox. state health taste. There's only: on" safe WJj'I 11
11,11'--,, T. E.: ;Murphy and J. W. Ie- officer, and appointed. as hi, successor and that is know-u; of the M.UI-" . I, ,
man all of Boston :Mass, Their escape Dr Ralph X (Green for .six yearschief of "rluction-ac'1L1aintllnc( with I th" I. I .
\ i i" considered one of the mostiimarkable J phvieian of the Suite Hospitalfor factory I ,,, I

\ on record. ,I the insane and at J present major The. Calumet Bilking I'owdei t r'1).l,.1| I
) the united: State- army" in chargeof of Chicago !seem to appreclati-' .. i
The tk-Soto :Memorial Association a base, hospital at Fort Sam Houston the facts about the Calumet factors

wa- organized at Arcadia last week i Texas The lection of Dr. Green -the home of Calumet flaking I'ow- I : : : : ; ": :
The as-ocmtlon contemplates the was by unanimous vote of the board.Fn de-i. They not only invite everyone : I : \ < : ( : TIIL UNIVERSAL: CAR
planting of two rows of memorial | to visit their but r
plant also publish
The Ford %lodcl 'I' One Ton Truck i is;
trees on the Pixie Highway frm the I the preliminaries. to secure and) : booklets etc.. picturing and elescrib- : .' '
polk county line to the Lee county, recover as much as possible of the ing their factory. It is the largest , really the necessity of fanner, manufacturer

line, and. no more fitting memorial alleged .shortage of t4ii,000 of J. finest, best equipped factory of the i i contractor and merch.mt. It has
could be erected to the memory of \V Rant former tax collector of Du-\ I kind in the world. Absolute sanitation I features of the Ford
the boys who served in the woridWill' val by A D. McXeill:'; state attorney governs! every operation of man all the !strong car
I Fourth Judicial Circuit, have ufacture. Every appliance, every made bigger laid !stronger.' It has the

I Imo'm"J't resulted in the first suit against inch of space is kept hygienically I power. ui worm drive, extra large emerg-
A Key West ;news item .says ".\ Rant, in verdict of Slo.S.VJ.oO: : for clean Human hands never touch brakes acting both rear wheels
on
: is. on foot to slaughter the state of Florida, the amount for Calumet. t gency

animal-,'/'(, and reduce the present. which suit was brought The case 'alumet is made! only of the highest : \ and controlled by hand lever, 124-incIi
price of fresh, meats to 7 and 10 was heard during the past week he- grade and of ngredients.it .
purest ) ) 1 I" wheelbase turns in a 1 U foot circle
yet '
The of meat fore Judge Gibbs
centa pound. price ; George Couper is absolutely pure when it reaches : t
-hipped here has become prohibitive With l."iH33: ;j; recovered by the verdict the user and ill positively pure. in ,, and has been most thoroughly tested
and the quality i is inferior and condition | then-" remains innno: still to the baking-leaves no harmful n"si- i ; order without
poor:' It is claimed, the people be sued for. Of this amount 1Ojfl;:! <> duo of any nature.In We advise giving your (di-

are rejoicing over the prospects will represent the total sum for acquainting/ the housewife with lay that you may he supplied as soon .as
of relief / which the bondsmen. will be. sued, their rigid/ rules of cleanliness purityan
possible. The demand is largeatld first
leaving approximately c.8,009 to besought
sanitation, the Calumet link in ifF'owder i ,
Jesse W Lee has. surrendered himself in a second suit against Ra t. Co., established a standardthat I I to order first to receive deliver Leave

to the anthoritie- Fort : is always open to investigation ,"
My-I! totlay. Truck Chassisf. ; $:; 5U
commissioners your order
Kict.ud F Flagler
1'-r- after kill! ;nir county guaranteeing at all tines strict ) :
a--i"lllnt lifrlith,r'l i -e k".pi I at :: have completed arrangements for issuing adherence to their policy of protection ; o. h. Detroit.
be-1 Island In ,i L'! .- I r.. ,-!Maim 9100,000 of time certificates\ against! impurities and unsanitary .
Barry insult, M-[ ;I.. '.' I ,of f ,.".i : for road construction; this will bo factory conditions. : i
\ to apoligize ,i i I"i ... : .w ,. 'i i iI supplemented! with $100.Pf"l from the (FORD] GA11AGF;

resulting n i L ,1' : State Highway Commi't, making Make Thrift a happy habit through ;
i I . $200,000 available; 'I. I highway War Savings Stamps. .\ W. & ( ," .\ \ NDEH.O"P''pru..tor",
, The bor t ,", ' 'Inrth of Ounnell wi'l:} :Std and STARKI I LORhI.1

j street pavu.. ... i ._,.. 1....., -__ ...oi\ the brick grouted aim ten miles! of Thrift Stamps will stick when aft : .
1 h 1' i : aG\: '''rarcir, Ninety-five ,nee: r,.ad will ho built ':lnu' ne r"|s n fnnnd I. IJI.r.T.










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ti PARE FOUR mttlltOKIJ COUNTY TELEGRU'II, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 4th, 1919

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l;: I thing they did not do. It would I II I C. 11 J. triggers and; wife visited MC11IODIST r benefit to those bothered :: CHOICE[ OF EVILS

Bradford County Telegraph take ]longer to tell of their short com Jacksonville last WednesdayMrs. 1 A.I disease in their flocks: I I -

-. --- --. I ill!!" by their tryng to defeat the pas : Jones' and daughter, Miss Lu- Sunday School 10: l 13; a. m. L. I saw a flock of fifty 1 I elected justice of the peace
-Published- "ki.v, ui.ti- ititvivd--- -- an-see--- ,IC.. <<< f n-.ri.v!: : good laws for the visited her brother J. W Jones, late Davis Supt.I'reaching. bl'I111'rll affect| i with it delivered the following
,M,; h'tluitale b, ncfit of the people thai week 12 m., and 9 p. m. I single application of to a jury the other day:

end clans! r-ettcr at the p-mt-olilcc at !'t would to till of what they really; t Providence. beat Lake Dutler 24 I I I Hpvvorth League 8 p. m. lard and iodiform. Since of the jury-Charging

'e >'ark, lorida. ihd of coui e"ry man that run to r> in a hall game last Wednesday! I Prayer mc.tinjlVednl.'sday 9 p. m.1 remarkable cure I have is a new business to me, as

.- next year will promise that the nextt Mrs. Albert Hendeison Il'ftIon.; Those who are without a church self always! with quick my first cose You have heard

." E. S. :M.\\TT1IK\\, Editor and Ownei t time be go.s in ho will
'V( J. C. KOI5INSON:' :' AHMoriate Editor Tin. aid law the dear people want 1 I friend Esther King, going from thereto tome and worship with us. training the one or two ; you have also heard l what
yi will become a law. They failed, tipass her home in .Albany Ga. Mri'Henderson J. C. DIGGS, Pastor. fected isolating and DRISKO"A (', counsel have said If
t I the dippng bill because the eat ': has had n pleasant visit I their nests and roosting what the counsel for the

19 ..J U LY 1919 : I Ii. men were stronger than the mem- with her mother :Mrs Onie Pons, for ".MISS; pvitnuDfJK siTcnrnsMiss I "One tablespoonful of ] has paid!, your verdict will
-.J bert ; they failed to amend,I the pri- several] months ; .tGNES;:' ; KM.KN JI.\IWI one tablespoonful of ( the plaintiff; but if, on ho

Ca1.N ;_... .. YLa Ml la IHU awl- :::wAr] nary law unixance because the politnans 1 Grady ;Tacky who has been in the I )I J powder! ) will make / you believe what the
could run the Lcfixlaturlittler army for several months was in At the meeting; of the !tate board used. By keeping watch counsel has told you,
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w( -r-I =- 1 2. 3 flyIi' : than the members; they fail I :Mrs G. Parnell silent last Wed- ''of: control had last week in Orlando I II ahead of the disgusting will give a verdict! for the

( ,,1 1 to provide fur n constitutional Lake Cutler last week ;Miss\! arch W. Pal'tl'icllCVas appointed this season-one may nut if y m are like me
} t 67:8'.9 101(12( iliction) that the old worn-out con i''nesilay in Jacksonville I !state demonstration agent I II of the remedy and seen believe what either of

titution, could he regulaed l to the I Hugh Register has accepted work to succeed :Miss: Agnes Ellen Harm for a large flock. Keep ) then I'll be d-d if I

[.3J4J51617 J 1819 i cup heap because the lobbyistMie i in the Lnke Duller bank for the pres. who recently resigned to accept aI I I corked jar. you will do! Constable
stronger than the members. Wi 'I ent. I position! in Texa I I "ISABEL of the jury."-Judge.re .

20212223,24;: 25 26H2&293031 do not expect to sec any change In |I, A jolly crowd spent last/ Thursdayin Miss[ rtrnljfe has been working ', _._u_
''j.. the next house for the Legislator Worthington Springs, Those under ;Miss[ Harris I for several years! I i
i iJ J'I arc all alike-the lobbyists are the< forming the party were ;Misses Geor- tanrl 1 it well fitted) for the work and I U cm.ID.QCOGlP.C1QQ! :;]) :::ammrn: mm =c oC" Of!!

mil lawmakeis.-:Moore haven 1 gill Eppersnn, Elizabeth Townsend, ':well known throughout the state I I, >I II ;
;/ ,1'
-- Times. I Henrietta Padgett, Jeanette Relrhcrara i i I )C
r ' Rivers ;\Mrs \.... F. Townsend i ;Money' spent is money (gone; invest I ""
l :Sjii) ''lHlllir' if raue-I f"I'' ''''MlmUUtlOl I..VI\K; : IIU 'IlmI ; :Mrs: '. W T. Guy; ;Messrs.' Perry Uiv- in War Savings Stamps it stay i
kr of tin h. u I I. th.-i 1 .Mill Miiload I i i i
ier>.. "Bud,lie" Spearman, John Pad- with you. i We Buy j
i 'I of I piidul> | iM'ing in =New, '.rk. while i I hake )Butler: ] July 4-Mi!ills Josie< I jgett.I I' iI I I

; a MI "f liol-liiviki "rlk..I'"hout. Pans visited her sister ;Mrs. Max I The Woman's Club will meet next Put your money where it will do u

SHS J 3a!'. 'Mown wfh: "UIC'ul.-Tnmpn,| Tribune I Wilson Sunday, leaving Sunday aft. l Monday:: afternoon nt 5 o'clock] and, double duty for you-in War Savings Il
1 emoon for Gainesville \\ !',ere she will I Stamps.
If each member is requested! to be present 1
enter school. Ili '
tL To the Htutc press : If uny ob ]Harvey Varnes was a visitor JtEMEUY;\ FOR f SORKHEA1); IN:': i tt n
for ;Mrs W ;M. Sohol and son, Herman 4r
jcctionuble man is running any
y town Saturday. of Gainesville in town CHICKENSWe I {:!
were
office/ for avcn's sake don t sayn ; I
\inold Poublass has! opened upthe '
last week enroute for New:': York 9
word about him. Kill him by ut- I
Watkins( good in the building recently rtprint the following tonvcr.itinn
| I). W. Uarum was in town Tuesday
ter silence. If you attack him her Mr! Hart Stevens Timl'lIe1"11,1 u
vacated by from the Paint ka -
r I: will stand a fair chance of being! ( I :Mis. Gum, of St. I'etersburg'vas! I evening. contributed bv a subscriber ol hti :
Uance Richard l and brothers of
1, elected) You know it. 1'unta GordiJleinld. I nttt :
A. C. Stricklam ol
the of ;Mrs. will
it iI
guest : that paper in hopes prove
Five Mile
town
4 I were in Tuesday I Bonds
f lust week I afternoon. Liberty
.- ;Mr and Mrs C. F. Rivers have returned Miscellaneous Shower BROWN'SPARODY
St. 1'etprnbuiR spent $_>O.OllO<><) lasyear from a trip to Jacksonville. I FARMER
:: !
in ndvvrtiHini; Orlando 110,000; Prof. Schell has returned from en-tertained I .
l Hulls has just subscribed 1,000: / and Tuinbull ham STARKE'SBUSINESS
j'' I.1."hul'.flOO/ :! for the !same pur- his: orange grove in 12)) from 5) to 8, n miscellaneous I ..

ifi pose. Still Home people say it due: mock. shower in honor ofIrs.: Margurirt MEN :
j John Green was in town Saturday
Laughery Townsend Quite a tasty I I
not pay to advertise.] A visit to thostcities I ; ru
i I :Marcus Inkle visited his cousin; ,
'lIl'ril',1dl'HIite
arranged and
would, probably lift the cloud I I program was ( I I
Rome )tickle, Saturday.
+ from their brains.-Eustii Lake )Uegion out the enclement weather .
,- I A. E. Pioctor visited Sapp last The main feature of the program/ I' One Night Miner! was Peeking under Is i' ',_

Saturday the A. being music and, reading, "HelnfulHints" a Stump for a coon. Not being able l. c
The trains
were stopped on
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It pays to be kind, Once cm n time I were given by each guest insending i reach him he decided to blow the
( few aecutmtof to
I L. road for a days on for the
personal Paid
t a man patted, n doll on he head I,, a washout b..twcenIaltox; and bll.lo.; a receipt I i Stump with Demmmght. Placing a good it Market Price :
something like iov. Cults recently
Baldwin this week.Uev. An elaborate of the where it would do I ill
r patted the dojj's/ master" and the don I display many sired stick in position
S. S. Proctor filled his! appointment ,JI'
tinned and bit olf an iIlJtI'owil1tne./ at the tate Farm Sunday : beautiful 'tifts1'1'1' then revealed, in I the most good he managed to blow the For Them
tasteful the bride aft
a manner by
nail that had tumbled the man for

/ ii iir /(. any)'eaJ'II.l'lIlalklll'WH.the digs mat-ter:': will:Meaning turn and to : The. Unionlp.tinlC: was a splendId (1"1' "which were refreshments I served :Mrs of C tea Rivers and I making I Ilull Stump udh a over great Anderson's noise that it Garage arousedthe ,

\ virTs R. Although the w'nth..rwn. Mrs. n.IF. ,
nsM-tt'd :
bite (..tf the governor's ingrowing uas as h..h'hy whole town. It was Ritcn to hear
bad the delegates lime fron Uivers and Mrs. A, C. Strickland I
I ambition} for a seat in the Senate the churches and, each White veil, "Please Kickfiter.," Darby .
neighboring/ I Those enjoying the occasion IIn,1 1 1voting I '!I I !.,
day was well attended., Dinner I" being "Whose wheel Burrows has broken )
] afternoon ,
most pleasant
/ a says
] Staike ] have ill
,, 1 adopted Apparently! 1 almost every suggestion J people the) served. on the table in the ,grove I wenMessrs. : ,. W I.*. Townsend, Henry down now)" Here come s marshal Kite- I 5li #

i Iridi-x, made o Lake City for the near the churchI'ollowing IIt.th"II.1., : E. Loadholtz G D. the yelling "Fling out the ,
nrimes 1'ourth. And Staike will is a list of several of the I laiuloth W. 1.. ISassett, W. A. n.,- ng up street ''

1.be crowded.-Luke City Index. The out of town visitors" :\It'IIHI'inh I kle, (1. W. Rail II. F. Pnester, E. ORobeits life guards! \\'hat is all this commotion 'I! Bradford County t BankBradford

othci way around, Mr.: Hclitor l Mubose lacy l Dubove Roy IuboseWiles I H .\. Hewitt W. U. WII.'liamH. : about Has a moonshine still blow up?" ,,
Hubose, O. W. ;Moines Uev ,
(lam Spearman" I'1.:: l'ul-
Starke has been working on the program I Phillip" =Norman Raifnnl Uev. :Nona': 11t..tt. Wm Johnson T. C Chastain, I. Nothing of the kind. Chief! Its just 5n
for there months, wherensyaw'
( I.I.f J>I"IIotI"I1I111101/ not outlined, until Jim hitch, Penis .Andrews Tom and 1\1.: Feinhirg, L A. Raw: Is. M. II Farmer drown talking to hrmself about Br County's Financial Stronghold i iI '

three weeks Jasper 1I1I1'I'iH.lo1phl'ns.: Uev.WellsUev. 11. P Stanton J. E: :Maines DeWitl Jones I llard\ are Store. You a
X ago I (G W S. Ware Uev. (Cnrlile In. Alderman, U.1: ('. Rivers .1. C. ,I 'I ESTABLISHED 1889 ,
Lester and, Truhy PinhoUter, Eddie !Strickland., Peril funs J. H Williams all must have been dreamy ,
I
Toilet looms have been built into the CtoclijIlinry\ V'aines. II C. Pceples. 'I C. r livers and, :Misses :Marshall! I Say. man alive have you seen those f f.
: Scahoind station the pasteek thai Edwards STARKE
hurry .
Proctor Hnttie Towli-r, Thelma FLORIDA.t
ore quite' in keeping with the aback new Steam Cookers he has u-M got in? i "
+r \ :Mi. and :MlsM U I 11. Terry are the "si-hell." inn .Alderman Sarah Rivers.Eliaht'th .
't When the Soul ,trd company $gets \back I happy parents of a bouncing baby : Townsend, Allie Andrews" You can cook I 16 cans at once ahd do a }IIr

its prosperity from the /iroveinmentUndo boy horn last WednesdayUaiford \ :Mildred/ IJobiitClara Stewart, fine job You can use glass jars or tin I I I
City will renew its elfoits to get I Carver and\ :Miss Evn it,
u creditable} station The J present building rookwere'" united in the holy bonds Gc'oiiria f:pierson.i cans Just set the canner on the dote tuttlt! Ic}==.QQ : .1.JllI.J!1LltJrnlr.'JXJI1rnXJOrnnlurnJfIImImrn:11I : : : : :
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I, f is detriment- libel on the l'ltywill of matrimony last week. lake tut- and put your cans of stuff thar that you I

i not be ,'nul'Nllol1f.'r than neteisaly. I ler wish this splendid couple a long/ I : want canned in the cooker. Then put in TtiiJCftStlr .tIIII15'hlJGRJt: :: ; !' 1Ltt:: : :9IIt XffiajuQaC22HaBsEasssBas3saB.5i::! : : :: .-Hade City Manner.Same happy and pl'olll'el''lI'l..Ill'd life. MICKIE SAYS
lure, l brother. Staike has n ,I ;Mr, and :Mrs Carver will be at then I, a little water in the bottom yan and startup I I IMPORTANT' ji iTO

J depot that Jio railroad except, the Seaboard borne to their friends: in West 15utler. I the steam It cooks them much better I ..
t SAY V-OOKlT HERE ,JERRYIYOU'N
would hum( ownership.] ME \S Of' O Its*' TO NT than the old way and less work loo.
t'ashiei' II. .1. Stewart of the take
( THE VERY. NExt4tt.tE NOv>> I '
According, to the Federal wheat ill- liutler Hank has resigned his position lI l- WADE 'Q.OUNO -( ENIo. Yes. I'm going to get Samantha on i I Amateur Photographers
I
lector there is sit much flour in stuck I in the batik and, will shortly] OUN1'A.\N AN' 1'HEN CJO rrA one today She knows all obout canning. I 1

'. there ill no .sound basis fur an im'I'l'lI-e! with Ins family, move to the southern S1'Q.OON ("'E OSS'S I'm thinking of getting a right of that i ,

1' in privy\ The United :States: fa the only' \ Ionian of the state on the Gulf t>E.SK'IIE.. 91'00; Ft.R.,01' : A and fix : THE NEW YORK HERALD
t country in the wot'Id! that permits n side, where they will in future reside \. ROM "IOV.Ji SNERvsI roofing paper he has got in up ,

i lot of gamblers and nooks to control lake liutler ami Ilradfoid, I F LIMISGAt' 1 my old barn Its getting mighty leaky i jJ I* offering a aerie, of prizes i for the bet photograph. for reproduction i in the

f her matketH and thur"1I1' from the! ,county looses one of its most promi- I and Ra-i us gets wet everytime it rainsHid I I/l! Summer Resort Page Prize will be awarded each week and GRAND
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*. netessities! of the l people large] sums I net families and :Mr. Stevvait, one ] : been thinking of getting out 50mt'I I PRIZES at the end of the eaon..
of money. We line often wondered II'f its most attire progressive business 1 ; '
why Washington had no\ man who men all of whom regret to see I shingles and patch it up but when it is Weekly Prizes 150010005.00

had the ability and the nerve to put I them leave but wish them every success : dry I forget it and when it rains I can't : f Grand Prize..-$250 Pathescope Motion Picture

it crimp in the mailunery of this in their new home. The bank So I'd better tear off the $ Projector.
fix .
it guess i
I : electing
i rascally organization of spuctilntors.Apalaihitola was re-organued Monday, by
'1'iiiies.The II C. Cordc-H as cashier, to succeed I old roof and put on a new one. It's much Second Grand Prize---$100 Camera. \

-- :Mr. Stewart This was the only better than the old fashioned roof. i iI"e y> Third Grand Prize...$50 Camera

weaker sex may get up some change/ in the forte :Miss Clara Stewart 4 y yI yI yl mind it's better
queer styles, but you must a'\mit icmaining as book keeper made up my to 7

r f they have, never perpetuated\ anything Jim "' l..ou'i"ilt',1 relatives here keep up with the limes and have things CONDITIONS OF CONTESTOnly

: + that 10"kHI" had as one of Mast week. He has recently left the I fixed' up right. Now ,there is my nl'W'' .
amateur
photouraphen rligiMe
tar Tlier may each week
.i !leave these the novv-fiingk'd lack of Jour he haircuts head looking that army.:\1 iHS Irene Edward has returnedto I _rcrr fence I don't see how I've got along the I All puluiei' muM I be developed and printed. before. lining. lompele forwarded and all ptciuresiubI .

1 plum pale as compared with the roof lake Butler after n pleasant visit old way so long. I toe :Jhe has got in a I :1 milted become. the. prcip.-rtv ol the l Herald. and WILL NOT; BE RETURNED.: : ;

('o that when you venture out on theIolft't I with relative in :Alachua She 'is big lot of of Fence Wireand he is mak i : Pictures most d..i.d. J ar ,those ol Summer Girl type those of( interring vacation event

folks walking behind you get the guest of :Mrs. (G..1! Eppeisoii: ," :3 and of prominent persons at vnnoun resort' II
d too
the impresson that your neck runs The following ladies attended the ing right prit.es ffl No photographer will, b.( nmed, un I... the name and add,.... of the photographer' andl\\l ln
tS tip under your' hat, and with the Union from different churches of the 'I!, : I and Si Perkins are mighty glad we the .title, are written. on the. hack Send all pictures ]'

ihapeau removed jour noble domes Central .\880'mllon.h.lnnw: sMall got; our fence up before these I big rains.. ? SUMMER
1 lIuhle.III"M: [lub.-r. H.llu.; RESORT EDITOR.
thought when awed from distance do when
a
s all have to we want
Now
we
nf looks something like a two- hose ;Mrs. John Bohanlln' 1111,1 'I :\1\1: N ORK I IIER.\LD. Herald. Square \.." 1'O.k City \
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daughter Clara :Mrs. II C IVepli-s, ..... our hogs or critters. is just to go down to IJj.lc uxx(; !1tJtgit! tftltJuJilfg
colored,( Easter: egg or as if Raining : _."...c aJtFl0tJt3t7R1CIxR: 1U R itkTt3Jfk STaongESS3iB.SRl!: ) (
g t Hilly-Ihrty-Shivt!" had I started in and daughter Anna Belle, Rryant. P: the gate and hollerX o-e Wo-e, and I

? to skelp you and was called away before Willie Williams visited lawttv: i --- here comes your stoce Don't have lo I'
I i ,day last week. !' i'.g:! ifli7i'13ir7t'Rt7SJt:7C1r7Cii..gR1LRit7lft3rJrfflt7tltibTI! : :
one Ttsitsaiorassita
< he got thl' lI/'h.-8t./ Augustneeecoid TnT :NOTICE the woods. Everyone
HI'II.I'y Marker: is at home after 'I N..l1r I ,ii. hereby wi'n that. ,h.. r"I"1 .\ tntlantlti ; tramp all over

I serving in Prance for several months I Mim.lnv will ..IK .in.hI| |,Viiutirtt nt 1'iiMictietion I'M'\ it U.ntv i"n thetint the should hive their land fenced.DeWuf I II I ::: JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY ;j!

{''J "Say. hone tly, what's that extra' :Mrs! Tate Powell of Jacksonville, ltd tiny .if iint, month .t Luni...v. in tho' I J Jones has sold a lot of Fence- :::

a : four hours for in the forty-four- i is the guest of her pllrl'nl"11': and I,i County much thrnof'nr Rrn.lf.ir.l lu nil, ) "In.Mute" n"'o.RI"if 1-1.HI.In I., i I'nv"ri the... : ing this year and its a big help to the :I I, :ur:::; LINCOLN: . -:\'. I'h.ti., l.ltt.H.. LL.D. President 'I f

f; '# !hour: week'"-Tumpn Tribune. To :Mrs. F. :M. Hlveu.I 1 I amount .due far wix. harem\ a1 "p"i t .tmt. 1' 1)cl.nd Floridi
I l>e used In changing clothes, washingUp :Misses Zolaiui Jones .Lucile Jeffries I. thiami adaernsing.R ti'urth.r. with tht> r".1 "f H\ich nlnnil fanners. i iI ion t END!: = ) NO\V ro\ CATALOG .

and primping no as to be able to I and! :Mesdames Parnell and L. nianelmnl Loch 1 and J Itlork: I* I Sure we are allcomingout the Fourth. al 1 THE C.RVniTK: nFP.1aTtIF.THeron: : of Master .1 Aru and Sd.nc.. -
.lanes, ::\1<'1181'11. Jasper Duncan and !. town of Lnwt.y! |J.80l I yi .
"duck" an soon as the whistle blown Could not miss that.Ve hope this TIU COtI I tf.F: Of' I tJt 'n \I."T \U-S.jq".oly."n.. d'p.lm.nl. In .11.
l RiMit I'imv, Hl.-ck ,10 l Emt I Lnutiy flDO. :
?r b f Surely you would' not expect this to I Julian Londholtz spent last Tuesdayat t't f area <1.SB. |J..flO.I let and fine hs TIn: fU11 fr.E nf' IIH :K.I.RTM FOR O\U-\ woman dean itparali dor- |
be done In"f......, time" would you Wiirthingti-n SpringsMis I I Chile II. ki'ttlr.. One i'I 11 sere in Wi."< end pesky| rain will up give us a II mllon.
I ..r Dioock.1 and lllixk 50 in EMI Ln",,'y.j DeWitt C. I b rilf '01. e j
How much of the mnstruetive time : ;Maud :Milton has retained to t2"aChu. day'e all will make Jones I Ff.E; 01 I VWOradu.l pr.nl in Florida without .lamination.

of the* world has been done b.v I her home in Trenton after a pleasant 1 Porker' On...) "." >r acre In murk '.') Coca Cob and Soda Water go some i iI i.5 2 Tilt "IIII.f:'.': "' t:".I'I.t'II"| '._. Dune ,,, ,nring ,l.riin In d..'.... LTin.
visit with her mint :Mrsv. V. Pekle I I Fut. I Law t.'Y snit l Ltit. 4 Ott. 8ul..liv ,thin. CllltH.E FOB TF.MHERS-h.p: ,.|,||y for Flnrtila t.acher.. *
"eight-hour day do you suppose Edition I In I ii-t, I I..nutey, 11,45.1Ltrion . I I Hope! he will have plenty r--.de up; it. I II I lllr; t III ICE: OF SISFSS-Banklng;: : Bookkwelng. Shorthand. Typ.wrlllnif.
Singer. Westinghouso and | lamnu, flinch 41 amt. 43 in Enal La''' ;
of others who] have accomplished ,1. R. \\'111'11" /greeting friends I iry, U t ,-". I !bitter than the old moonshine and beer. i ihasn't I i ruE UADFMI'-Pa Dan for .n high trail eoll.,*.. ,
cores I l' 'ie VSilmnm' Lot U OtU 8ul..lh.n. In eHE I :aitldOI.. fF, JIFI'IIt\t: ( .lRT-F.r hops
and!
ill lake Butler last week Fail Lnntrj. II.10. much fight in and does' aanf mn.
while theywere it
things, put in V a REnt>l trying to materialize the dnams I I Tat Coll.ctor Town 'r Lmn.y.; more good! ::, pl'cialtt..ntion Is Called To 1
that found birth in their minds .\n,hl 1 I rilE 1Inrunl. OF II'.E: ARTYI. -
____ Well oolong, I must in and get' .
yt after they had ncoomplinhed what Look for the Beat. I go I I. Th. Pwllmlnar,( I "nne. In .rCulturnoony.| fIInl..,,!,. O,".n|. and InorianU
t1"1 they set out to do how much farther i You will tlnd 'It liss easy to uproot I S.4tJlllrdt.! Samantha that canner and like for home" hemlmrr. qa.lllntht and iiuanlailt. analysis! "\lIrl.ulla.oCh.mlatry.\ Mm.raloKT .
do suppose they would l have gotten ' faults! than to ..h..J.| ,. them by gainIng here l Is no ndvi'rtlmemont of an rx- I i'i'I G.oliiKr., etc ?
you virtues. Ito not think of }. Th. P.- I..lIr.1 I l'uurl-Physiology Hlologr.\ Anatomr.
your Dacl.rlolotT.'
had they kept their eyes on the crI1..f.111'I1I'1'h} \ rest lined with pean Ili.troloty! ,
+ clock for fear they might; possibly! fmlt.It, : III less of others' faults ; la <3., CMtiif. hilt .' vn If wo can't flail I Something to Wonder About. I IIc I Zooluiry.tjtatlv. ChemUtry Ilotany.! Central, rhnle\ Chemistry Organic Chemistry Qu.llt.tl and (|u.n. 'y

work few minutes beyond the time every pirsoti who comes near you out In time nhut rut do cyjnie I I" vr* was Phyllisiirst! visit to thai I I. The tour. for It.liKlou. Wo.kln-In Biblical ,
_lukelan.l AdvertiserAs look fur \\liat ts good imd strong ; (itpp"+.' \\." :in rd' against, putting country. "*Vhat are you tb1nktnlj! .holo\ .>. Pod..n.y. Ethics Logos and Th..m.! Llt.r.tor.. n.tory. Entll.h, P.r- '
r honor that ; n'Jokv In It ; and your tin our ,.vlfe' '.tnki> by looklcit ''atct'luU" nuked her grandma.\ "I'sa j .

the good the Legislature fiiuItM v:I tit:I .I.'r| of!. Ik.Ian1! 1 '. nvea! for tho ,\\1'n" .IC:>:,.- .Columbus ((0..) I wondorln nr.-"','red I Phrlllo. ",,'here I ;
; I did it might for be wiser to speak! of the whin rill Ir rl't us e. .111"HI.k'n." Journin. the cow kees' ull the bottle" ." iKX1IJI1IIDCIlfDI1I1fIUIJIJIJI:1ilnIXJIJrJ:1XJ.1tl.J1lUUnU: : : !: :! J11tJ1.K.II.IClO' :: :: ...:: Il



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1N pal'tmcnt of the 21rd: division serving LlTTI.EI1o: !:*, tvFIvN: the Electro-Medical Doctors specialists

!: fi.i' i-levi-n months overseast MfMI"! IIIUniKVY PVKTY I licensed by the state of Florida (
and! who have met with such jnit '- :l

; : 'has. Powell another of Starke's I phcnonenal NUCCVSS' throughout the .
Bits of LocalInformation ei -oldior boys, has received his disi from live to seven o'clock Thursday ,entire South will be in Starke Thursday

Marge from service and arrived afternoon\ June :: 0th. little! Miss: July loth, for oiu day only, to . .f *,

h.urn* Sunday Kvpljn: Stump entertained a numberof demonstrate their new system of ""fA, fr

her friends, at the home of her chronic disease\ cases.! :iofr: ft .

:Mi\ '. and :Mrs.V.. A. Bailey are 01'"I patents. :Mr\ and :Mrs. F. F. Stump. I Thi.111 indeed I be good news to "'.: ....
at :Mrs Ervin Johns'uidiiKO This, hapov affair was given in I those who find it inconvenient to visit X .: _
rooms
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!A) PC i -lyvr..1- ./ Om. .*..P.c..O".",.. ......I""III., T_ II I :\\11'11. Bailey: was tOI'l11er-1 honor of the young, hostess'. ! fourth I' the central laboratories at 117West < .: \'

1 Iv" :Miss: \Villard.Uov. birthday, and the little ladies! and, Fojsyth; St. Jacksonville, 1 Fla. : ll'J'

L rl I -- .-.- --- --..-- -- gentlemen vho attended the party 1 These! regular, reputable physicians'bcliet'o I' ..' ..... *. ,
-- .. presented the hostess with a largo! that the combined skill. of JI .* . A r
-- ?' I. C. Jenkins, rresiding Elder .4.. _\I i. .r ,
I of Jncksonvillo District preached number of unusually pretty gifts sex"oral trained specialists, in chronic : 11 ; -."" r I Ir
made Baton Kuklitu 1 0
Home at i i.I..J.! ) L. I uteh w.i I' .1 1>'1-1111'" VI, + 'y '_w
. 1 most excellent sermon : indava. The rn"I11',' made charming disease cases' can accomplish mmvthan r
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:MiN. T. Retch spent' I ndu>' in - m, at the Law-toy South..rnIt.th: bv decnrlltions of \morlcan flags. one doctor nlone-in other f ; ThisIs . ..... ,

Jacksonville.Mr. I :Mattel\ 1.11111"1' Toni linsin is visiting odist church. Text :Matt 0:1): :), to; -'a hunting and a profusion of \0"11.1 III words in unity then is strength. '
After the children had pnjoved nil who iiill The Life i r9
I The offer to treat mi
relatives ,tt Dunncllon' this week. very appuvi.it,' audience. )
: and :Mrs.l E. :M. Johns went up I ; presided over the 3id! Quartoily Il"j' number of games the little !peoplemnrchod this visit, nbsoliiti'lv. fleei i. tin, n' original 1-
Juikion\ille MondajMixtd : into the dining room whereMrs. 1 method of getting this .\..to'1 You too, can be one of the '
to I i :Mi and Mis.:: '' 0 (.!. Cooper are re- ference fur the Starke and I.uwtev ,
Stump solved' i ire, (cream (cake before the Out-
I of tieatnent public nuiekor merry ones.
I t'linuitf to Maike to the joy of many chance at :3' p. m. W. D. many
:\ Pta seed, Spanish Peanuts I i'ends here. Olin White and J. F. Colley 1'ounll"j and punch' The table was centeredwith and no one, run 01 pm"i i. \\ I\lk ings, picnics, camping fishing )

and Mex:\ can Coin at Klckhter's. I' ivmntid the Staike church pastor n large! cut glass howl of red or oloreil, should ne-glce t to hike nl I. '. and hunting trips area
I I ill: roaps. At one end,I of the, table was vantage of their very' 1I\\>,'m'f\ ,'!' when
relieves :l enjoyed
>< iiiikly( ; Constipation, J. C. Uigga, went to Luvvtey Friday more fully
T. J. Griffin spent several days l Biliousness Loss of Appetite and I and returned :Monday. n birthday rake ornamented/ 1 with .OI.l'TI'r.\ FRHK: I mode. "" et you have anEVINRUDE
this week in Jacksonville : Headaches, due to Torpid Liver adv. four red white and blue (candles and (....,h'cl.) :No-; cutting No kiiitc
at the other c-nd was u beautiful omlossecl It makes no ,ililTerem'e how mum'

"'. M.: Uvei..treet, of Palatka, was I :Mrs Frank Appell spent Wednesday C. L. Peek rettnned last week:Middle from I ,'ul,.' heaving the wards, "Hvc- doctors you have consuleil 01 how UUACHABU HOWBOAt IVtANOft "OTOIIPOrla"I.
month's the
a trip through 1 hn lllii! 1 I'M1't: :' ouch place have
medicines
u buinevisitor to Starke :Monday.Mrs. : in Starke and Lake Butler- miiny patent you
Lake City Index. \Vet lie reported that section ashating w'n'nwl'i"1I11 flags /and! favors for I this. opportunity of ascertaining v"our I c
I : EV, ]Hayes returned Thurs I undergone a month's rain the little guests.Amontr I I exact condition and lie honestl\ ""I'ul.. SI'.c| it, about, 8 milvsKvmrutto tl_
before his arrival, damaging! the .011 I"?
d hl,\' moniinjt t u from a two week's visit I I :Misses: Ruth Glover and Ruby just these t enjoying; the hospitality \'is,1. No one should rrqunro| ado''
cotton the lowlands. but not MattnelOu.It.ln Flywheel -
with iclatiMs Jacksonville left I crop on Miss. wore1Kuhicp : I ther evidence of the skill of th
in Chaumey Tuesday; morning for the high of little' : Stump T\p.-Automatic R;'- )
I I IRub. seriously affecting crop on HurothyI'ar,1.1! than the following. I Utter
'II'itoit with friends at Tampa and Canova, specialists ve..". Di'peiuliibto.Sp .
j -:'>I.'-Tism is a great pain killer. t8l'ke.-Lllke'; City Index. I mound. A large/ acreage of cotton these ,I I.ois Lame. lintel] .\Ikh, ;". h1 t hnlin I' recently received front! a well known .ci tau l method c>f balancing rglen
liad been through
,4 It relieves pnin, and l soreness caused 1 planted \\lnte. C III'I110''c. I Haynes. ('..'nr,,I nlistynes. I Baptist minister: woojvrfully iTuood vibmtiontvn -

by Rheumatism, :Neuralgia-; Spiams. II t'ii> has more imitations than any about states the and boll no one weevil seemed in I filet11'to worry: Ploi-e:' Hitch ..\\nnlcj Long, "I can't thank ;you ctioimh. Poitor. .. running .

other Chill and Fever Tonic on the Peek he heard the boll Eva Lou Popped, Alice rc-rnande-/. ." sold the Rev.: I H. 1 I.. 1 llettlut'r, Moit po ..r-inoia "pail--mare '
said
'1 :Mr. and :Mrs 11.> D. Weeks, of La. I market but no one wants imitations weevil mentioned never until he reached! Julia Canm'n. :Marlin\ Weeks, Vugin-! well known minister as he entered sport

. Cross spent several days the early! in medicine. They are dangerous adv the se.tioll around Atlanta, Ci.i. in Weeks Louise Peek Leila iron' the ciowded reception. rooms' of the Softv '
part of the week with :Mrs E. W. I Andrews, :Martlxn\ Brownlc-e, HetrtieMcLnin. Kli'ctro-Meilical: : I Doctors> and eontm- R

I SteWlll't I, :Mr\ and Mrs.: J. M.:\ Tatum, Clifford Friends, here will be greatly pleased : \lilcr, fryer. James, Richard ued to !
1 I and I.ucile Tatum who have to know that Charles K. Cnsvy. Wninright. .\ E. Wall. .II'.. CharlesT.nrinn those assembled. "I began) !: .ulr'rinJtfl'OIll Sl'l'PLI ('():\II'Y

1 Standard Patterns at Stern- been spending several days at Pablo Jr., a former well known Starke hoy, Kicklitcr. Walter :McDonald] general hl'l'lIktl..wno'l1h"r:-; o... on ann" n.i| 11.,1 i i lor 25 GO*'t. '
oj berg's.Mr. I ) returned home for the Fourth. and a graduate from the local high .T r., Billy (;fiiaham Jr. Jim Poppell :listh, last and appealed to pro all to
.Ii'. :Merrill[ 1 Patch. Richard
ojj Julian Peek pieces,, ;; my stomach, kidneys; heart
__ ___ I I'IDcnDCllCIlDI.OCllmCCllCllCllmmmCCllCllmccCID
school has been admitted to the 'I ____ -
j Sidney J. Padgett of Lake Butler Ilanaid, Lester Price Robinson. blood and, nerve went back on meand
Snellgro\c went to Jacksonville I United States :NavulAcademy-; Ann- Charles Piolds\ ., ,
Paul Ernest: Knight though I consulted the best [ :
;' who was principal of the Cedar even f.I f.
f I last week to visit his daughter, polis. :Ml, lie had already passedthe Dave and Charles ;Ahcrn :Milton local doctors they finally had to advise ',: .
: Key "school during the 1918-1919! ! Tombstones w!
:Mrs. and
Audrey Cooper. mental examination with high Monuments !
llrownlep 1 I 1 .Ir that could me no j'1
term, was a vsitor in Gainesville me they; !give: ]
I credits but did not undergo the phvs- I
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Thursday Gainesville Sun. ( -- --- cine, and for me to tonsult im i\p'>'itspecialists. Lake Butler +!
i Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children, of I cal examination until June :'Jiith? : lie S. M. DRIGCERS,
":
INGr'.L.1GIRhRlN:: : i : :: AH soon a- I noticedjour f for )
Gainesville, is visiting her sister, made I
'. writes.. friend here that ho "
Mrs. A. Z. Ailkms., I :Miss Lillian Geiger, of Hampton, a i ; iiniiouiuenient and burned fnmiso Agent lor III:I

-- is in' the city taking a course in t the physical tent easily anti I entered,1 .\ 'oui-t wedding ,,('('ur..d at the : many 'people of >oui inn-. I Valdosta Marble Works \

"'c are proud l of the confidence doctors millinery under the able instructionof the academy, (on the following ,dav.Staikw country homo of .Indite Gardiner, came! to your o f1i ct.. I "'I.n1, 1

i,,1 druggists and the public have in I :Mrs.\ F. T. :McCormick\ ,Gainesville now ha. a representative In morning when ho united. In wedlock I' "I[ had indeed about lost hope but I Years of Satisfactory service :
Sun.f.f.t'has. both the military academy, an the naval Mr: John L. Jennings, of Jacksoni.11. ; ; :
:
CM Chill and Fever Tonic adv. ] today-exoii after taking \oiir 11111'I, ...Latest Designs to elect .
I Gus Beasley having .
f academy
{ 1 \1iuu' Il i" In Mllir f.nirot ,
r mire t'rlous itcainieni far 'n.ky thtu shortperiod
born admitted, to the military academy ;:: of StarkcOnly;; (;;; a few;; ;;:iI..1;; 11111'11 I from. 11 -
Gray and Dan Turner, of Jacksonville proven it will cure :Malaria, ; grim, I am a now eat well 'E
are -pendmtr' the week with Chills! and Fever bilious fever, colds ,seveial weeks ago.! Both arc and relatives witnessed, the ceremony sleep well and foil 1 like a man in my Cllmcmml.OwmcmmrnmcCllmmmmmmmmm: '

then aunt :Mis.: A. Z. Adkins. and lagrippe It kills the germs that fine young men and! will give a good prime. I want to thank you, and mv -..--- -.
Ihentselves.111NCE .
cause the fever Fine tonic. adv account of Mrs. .Trimmers is a daughter
E H Poppell was a visitor to Lake -- : and :Mrs\ 11 E. Lagorgren! and Is one for she ill so 'proud of my impiovcment ) -

Butler Tui'.,da.v;', making: the trip in C. II. tines! prosperous farmer of : : : \r'1IIlTHOII.E"E WOIYfIIINGTOX8l'R1'.Gs :; :\ I\(. of Stnrko's most attractive t young I want you to publish this l'
hi>- Ford submarine the Brool er section transacted bus! : ladies. :Mr\ Jennings' i 1M n coming ,I statement so that others tan benefit DAVIS

)I ness and 1 shook hands with Gainesville The Thursday evening dance was young biminpss man of Jacksonvilleand the same as I have. I
:Mi and :Mrs\ E. H. Poppell and friends Wednesday.-Gaitiesv unfavorable they will make their home in that :Most\ grntely yours. '
of
'well attended in spite I '
children attended the union meetingat 'i lie Sun. weather and a delightful time WIl"vCltl'd I ( Signed) "R. i.. I'Lnrninn." Agency Est. 1886 ''t
city.Mr.
Lake] Duller Sunday :\ and :burs Jcnningx left on theafternoon Now thllt011 know the truth, f't:
[ \ of the
by all pr !<('nt. :Most pai'ty -
APPLE-JUICE train for ther future you hllonlY' yourself to bliinie if
swimming
I MiJ: O. Fialick motored to Wor- Ice Cold were over for a ,dip in the hump" with the best wishes of their you continue to suffer from Piles.,, INSURANCESTARKE {

thiiu!tan ;Monday on n visit with relatn In Bottles tOe pool before \lpp"I'molll' friends! for a life I of uniilloycd happiness Kidney and I'.laddor: Troubles, Dise I

... I II Has the "Kick" Taste tho e present were: ' e hinges lied \\'<.ttintr, Hlood. Poison.

I At All Cold Drink Stands Miss Florence :\Matthews of Starke. .- Skin Eruptions:" Rheumatism: , t'pilepsv. I i,
:\le .-r-. Innmn ll.mi-on, and "'il'l; Cocoa-Cola Bottling Company :Miss\ 1'l1thh'l'n"a] r'z. of Starke. \\ I. \fl.KI\S: : I:Tiril. .: J'II '. 111'h'.i.1, l'oisoniii, Paiavlsis, ., ,
ln. 11..11. w..n''i"ituJ' to I :Mi\ i.s (;il.idvs I'rescott' of StarkoMis (iI:. EIUDI( \:\" >riJAt : N'ervotis: Trouliles told. Debility, Neil

Tar-day. A V Long, Stllte'ttornl',' for A i If no Alvarez. of Starke. lalgm. Stomach and Liver, Troublo, I h
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this district, who resides at Starke ;MisHlla: :May Long! of Starke.Miss I t the lust meeting!' of 1 the Florida (t'atarih, Asthma. 1I""I'h., lis, Plen-"

A beautiful line of georgette and the lion. A. 7.. .\dkms exStateSenator ; Claudia I.anih, of :Macon (in. I 1)j"i islnn. United "l1f..It'I'nt. Veterans I'i. \', Tumors> Iniligi-stioii, (Const il'n- ?

waists and silk camisoles atSternberg's from Bradford.) county and Mrs..1. i: Wilson! of Staike.. held in Jacksonville. ('o!. W. T. tin 'iall' Stones, (Ihlll'inn and, l'enuile -
:Mrs.\ C. .\. Knight, of !':tRrk('.
; who is prominent in state politics; Weekof Staike, was unanimouslyelect Troubles! rnliirgcd I (ilatyls or
were in Gainesville! before circuit Mrs. W. H Haivaid, of StaikeMr .d (;k.::11'1'111' ( 'ommandcr, of the rely reflex condition of 'the mnoiissslem IS YOUR LIFEINSURED
I I' :\ N. Steinbeig, of Staike. '
re-II Judge J. T. Wills Wednesday on legal Soi 01, ,I Brigade ..f the Honda Division and those di-e-i.-e' < about,
Cliff (haiui-v. of ainesvin< n. Cochrnne, of Woi thing-
:Mrs\ I U ??
business.-Gainesville Sun. for the ensuing year. This i. n which most people dislike to loiisiittthe
centlv di-ihailed from service in ,,, -- ton. signal honor for .1. J. Dickinson general practitioner/ .

the navy spent Saturday and Sunday Judge J T. Wills of the l Eighth :Mrs\ 1 Ella Johnson, of tarke.1 camp No. I 11117. Hear in mind that this will likely

in tarke:: with friends, I Judicial Circuit went to StarkeThursday Mr.:\ I.'. C. ('ano'Iof Starke./ S. I.'. MOIMiXN:\ (; h<. the last visit when thenei'njlists I REPRESENT THE

on u visit and reports :Mr.\ Harold! Wall, of Starkc Adjutant.(! extend their services I' IMIIJ.Hundreds : :(,;.
:MiW"' J. Reynolds, has leased the ,I of atarkeMr MUTUAL LIFE INS. ,
that preparations for the Fourth of :Mr\ I P. I1 Carpenter -- -- have been t'.rcd, to
Starke ]House from Col 1 1). E. Knight |
July Celebration there are being : N Steinberg, of Starke. OMIM: ; rio :siRM; : their perfect good health, with rosy OF N. Y. THE Al
and will open the hotel for business made, on a ]large scale and are already :Mr. L..1. Wynn of Starke.Mr. cheeks and sparkling eyes; no may CO. "

today. nearing completion.-Gaines- : .1. O. Frnluk, of Starko.Mr. The I I lce-tro-Mnlir.il{ 1I0d IIr'I'I"!' 1 you The specialists are too well OLDEST COMPANY '

Gainesville Sun. :\ Inman Harrison, of Staiko. ci.illIs.V known throughout the .state to require '
Mr:\ and :Mrs A. D. Williamson, of :Mr\ J. I Ilexander., of Hampton. further mention. I IN THE U. S. f'I

Biadentown, were ,visitors in Starke Mr.:\ J. S. Wilson. of Starke Hotel for
i ) lOc ill bo! at Commercial :Married\ women should I be nciompanieil I k
Saturday For a "Kick": Taste Mr. J. V. JoncM, of StarkoMr. ono ,lay only.1'onderful l hy their husbands and ..h il-

Its Healthful :\ J. :II. Darby, of Starke. Results Marvelous, dien by their ,patents.RctiKmhii JOS. E. WILSON

G. C. Livingston stopped over All Cold Drink Stands :Mr.\ C, A, Knight, of Starke. iiie.nstr..ton" ; 111 (hronite DistasCascs : the hotel/ I clay and date- ,

I Wednesday afternoon while on his Cocoa-Cola Bottling Company :Mr\ W. B. Harvard of Starke. ( by their New System Treatmcnt -iiniday "Illy.JI.III' i
way to Tampa from Jacksonville.Mr I :\ L.V.. Ihxon of OoalaMr. .
Mr. .
----- ------ ( lifer services freeof ihargu.vu :'i a. in t tll t |" in I
:Mr\ and :\11'''., .Tack Itriirirs: :Mrs..1.' : T. S. I Roberts, of, Jacksonville. .. .,...,...I) Knu... Just{ been received. that .,
: and :Mrs Jack Briggs arrived i f Adkins, nnl children will leave :\\11'. :M\ K. Hamilton of Starke. I .n

Wednesday, afternoon and are !guestsof : :Monday\ for Kingsley Lake, where The University.. Jazz Band which ;

Col and :MiA\ Z. Adkins I they have rented a cottage and will has been engaged,! fur Thursday evnmgs .- 1-- ATLANTIC HOTEL

spend a month at this delightful resort during the remainder, of the You lc I Moreork, Ml riuh"n. i i,I to! k. t "th'|] ..s in 1,111:01": t.. < "t..f t i I''rythtng i All

Men get your shirts collars They will be joined al Starko season at Worthington Springs, fur You are moru. nrnbitmus; and Y"III/.t, inorfnjoyment /> iiio.liin, unpi IM',''mmilling ,, First I elm i 1 .... .1.i v.i., Hot, and midUuti ,

and shoes at Sternberg's. Only by their si t'r.Irs.:\ .\. 7.. Adkins. ni..lwcl1'1'. good music fur th' OC' I out of evt-rylliini! when your wrati-r i n.. i ''''.''II" I $1 u I'I i ,'I'| !It'{ 'n., .t ,id tmth *1.".I) up
Gainesville: Sun June :Jl'th.Mrs casumrrwouni. blond H in goo'l/ cnii'Iition, lmiuriiii-s| in : E.
; FRANK PEARCE
hnnrilnri.. ... ... ,.,., ProprietorChecks
the best nf ever YFloyd thing rte 1Ir, IttivM i ll v.rid fir, .uil J .IT nil _
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I :\ T. Merchant:\ and little son, ) U:.\(ilr'! : so! <'IMWednesday I the i: system; ;;, < .;;..i'k; ';- lu/int-ss; I ; f
Green letuined to his homein nervousness and "sic' kncnsiWOVi'S 1
I Curry of :Madison; returned last
I:! < 'I',\F.I.I.bS::: ; Chill 'IONICrcsteiris eta-
Starke aturdafternoon.. hav- the Methodistchurch :
right'I from. lake Butler] where they night at I and Vitality by 1'urifyiiiii f
rmrtfy
1'
Jnjf received his discharge from the enjoyed; a vi,"jt with their grandmother the "Kpworth League cnjoveda and bnnt; -limit the [II.| ..d.! WI..o yu feel I .

lIe1''lce.11':\ Green has had many I I and after a few days' stay literary social and business meeting its HlrcniillK'liinit., ( luvi,;araiug! e'ITi,'i I I. MI.

months services abroad, "serving in with :llr'. G j Merchant:\ will returnto \ how it briiiri( color to imlue/ .ku atnl In wit are Receipts

the quarterma-Ur's, torpsMrs their home in Madison, Fla.- After tho short program, a social improves, the niiciite| | '. you will tits' ,,,

.., ---- -- I Gainesville Sun. hour was "spent on the lawn. 11 oll.rl''lat6| | Iti. .true* tonu' vului'
: "'m. Hmveandlittledauirhter j Pollowng is the program : fiUOVU'b .\S I EI.ISS: : Chill; IOSC'
,
Pearl have returned visit i :\\11' I 'is not a |aunt n. duiii' is M tnii.y|
Flla on a I| Lloyd Greenon of and Mrs: Hvmn .
'IRON ami gUIMN'K,/ I spr'ndrd' in Syni,
with friends and relatives in andnear A. II. Green, reached home a few Scripture reading Sn (.leiuant even e"/h:lir,! > n bki- H fl.bland .'
Starke. :Mrs.\ Howe has made idays i ago after a service' of fourteen Pra>'er. needs. Qul'lIIl 10 I'uri'yit ,ml, IK'iNtu .
In l lulls l f. Ii'c k avoid the
\ ur v < !I' to 'iosMl -
her home in the :North-; for the past I months in the army, He spent a Talk-Mr. Caswell. ranch: It. Dn-ae rilinMc t"lIlI' IJr'' ;,- pay : [

three years and this is her first trip year in overseas duty. His many' Violin solo-Selected. Powell irtii''it never, fail to clrivu i ut iiItplrlle .i ,ility, nl Ijfino; nhlir'tl i ) |10 |p.LV them I Rice 1 Ire

back. I friends, are glad to know that he Carpenter.Talk I I tin bliMul! ',.n.1!! 1 t'i' ., k vvliu: h ri-tuni'-il, i
, "The of the Ep- :: The Strenglh-CrtntinrtPi";"<'f IIf <.10)11 f f. ; ( n n I to you is un-
) went through without injury and returns purpose .
Rub-My-Tism ill n powerful antiseptic. home sound and well. I worth League./ Miss Olive Ray. I II TASTELESS the favorite tunic Chill in fON.C thou-e: 'u bis iH "f. ,r liiMore it"'' uctiialjlf ['ruof' nl' payment.n: I d.f t I I''. }

It kills the poison caused from infected I I Song. I ,
than thirty-livu ''"'' 'I. "' /u'nt
cuts, cures old sores, totter, i! E. C. Scott returned :Monday\ from I Rl'udlng-Selected. Mrs Thelma : would, ride a 1 Inn[
etc. adv Bethel Tennessee, where he had : John TASTELESS tlnll l 10'( a(, vim' n. I expense( ,,
--- | been called by the sickness of his father Business. meeting. nu-mter of their f.nnily I 1..1. M\ il ,iri,'i ,

Clifford/ M. C'hancey. of East Un who died Tuesday. June 2tth."tarke I Social hour on the lawn. needed n b'tfly-huililmn, ire' '. : r ill,. !,tng,',.. \Ve especially invite checking account. None
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tonii .The formula is ju-i I in/ ei I.i
ion street, returned yesterday from friends of this popular young -- --- , ,
.,
end all: V .1; 'Is for facilities and small
day. you' can pet too large to
i arc our none
the Navy, having received his hon man sympathize with him in his ALACIIL'A C'OU'CCO'fTO'ci: : I store. 6k per .tx.uleCOFFINS ,

orable discharge after many months' loss. CHOI1 II\ILY INrKSTEO: I --- to hair our are. .hil/ atti\ 'ntion.
service on the United States destroyer I .
"Dlack Hawk" of the Atlantic The Gainesville' San carried the '
Special offer-Tho Design CASKETS
'following Item conrerning the cotton -
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fleet. er for 12 months and 1 copy of crop of Alachua county in a nci '- 'I And a full line of ]

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith will occupy the Standard Quarterly which ; nt i..,If': !'I': Un crtakcrst Supplies( _
the Presbyterian manse on contains coupon good for 15c (;. S :\Mollov.. of the U. S. Department , AutomobileIlare-. 11 amsrtralaol zs:..u.......7oumtrr." -. -'J' <''' '''
of with office in
Cherry Street as soon as their household Agriculture, :
TV .oil sr
on a Standard: PnftonSub;\ Always on hand.
effects arrive from Philadelphia. Jacksonville, Is in Alachua countyfinking :
; vice at the lowest pnr.>e. :::1"| <'''.' !
< scribe at Sternberg's. over the Meade! cotton -rops BANK OF STARKE
I ---- -- -- ,I![ of the county. He stated that h" :attention 'o tell.'lrhp| > orje.is, 1 :

lOc : J. A. ;MvMillan:\ who" lift !StarkeI ; found practically all the crop bad I.
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Buys a "Kick" ;I some fourteen months ago for service ly eaten by boll weavel.l !. Registered_ Emha'nleri : !

Tasting Pure Fruit j in Uucle SarV.s expeditionaryforces | \ Starke Florida.III .
Juice Drink at returned to his home in II I earn-it's I DeWITT C. IONES( ,

All Cold Drink Stand I Rtarke Tuesday night Mr :McMil a sure road to nucceos., yourusintr I !i Starke, Fla. -._ .
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NOTICE; Tax. Tazra
I' Notice h, ,..1" KIM* that Dm, following discriued land will b. told at public auction on Imacnpllon Sue. T. R. A.W Owner & lost Description See. T. R. A. Owner & (.oat.
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I MU."JIS JULY lUlU% It being iho 7lh day of told month Won th. Courton..dour ',. blink I A N and II, b,2 lie road and run W atone. said
the Flltsr in hiurke' 'in Uradford. County, bun, of Florida, or *o much thereof. will be n,"- A fc and W ____.__...__... ._. 13 6 :21 a W. W. Then __n_...._._.__.__.... 1.63 utrvi-t 410: ft to land of N. D.
Sp e.IBr, to Pay. il",> amount. duu for tax** wt opposite tb* sra, totstntr< with tb. ooat of such E''' of .ME'------------------- 14 6 SI 80 W. W. Tiaoa _.-..__.___..__._.- 8.11 IlaKiTman, thence N along mid
I 1 A In SE Lor uf N''. ol SW Und L'60 ft. thence E 430 ft
.4.. .10 and od'vrtulng' TueaDescrpUon 't4 of NW' _.......__......_. 17 (21 ID. C. Robert ____.__......._.___. ..10 to said road thence S along
'. S... T. R. A. O..n.r 8 LosuNE'1 (."m in dub. XX of NE Cor of said road to bitr." In Temple

"r SW'4' n_____.'_.___._ U IYU .I.Will imuu-.__._. 0.07lY NW.4 of SE'/4 and run S 88ft ub-dK.Blnn _______.______n.. 22 B 22 S Joe Morrlf .-..-.-..---..--?_?_ 8.92
cor 111>' utw W 20 A or ESy lh ncu VV .u degree, S lob Nf of SE''., of SXV1i., except
.I" tiE' _________.._uoo_ 10 111100 .1. (Gai; eyiey .u__...._.____.._____ 12.2') ft, tlu-nce N 7j ft, thane E I 2 A In NW Cor _.____?____ 22 8 22 18 J. M Truby. -.-..-..--..---___..___ 104.
.y NIor' 11\\t and S! 0NWi alonu Hy rUht uf any to bag. 18 ( SI Mr*. Ella' Way Lennon ..._._._ 8." Wj' of NE''. of SE _.__00_- 23 8 22 20 C. A. Johnson -----____.______.__ IS.211
't'\ "r 81';' _. _._____._u_._._._____ 211 4 111 100 1t.'. I I'. Wat.n _.,__.....__..__..__ 12.30 Com at NE Cor: of NWJ\, of 8 XV of SE'' of NE', _____.n_- 23 6 22 20 Mr*. 8. L. AlvarelB --- ._..___ 1529
Ii\\ .r NW'r4 and NW'of L':: und run b 40 ft. to a pt NEt4 of SEV, ____n_______..- U 220 Unknown ..-......--------_____--- 1715B
t r SVV.m!; _ _.-,... _... 81 4 lU .0 IIt.nr Wlllinm .....__..._____...._ 7.07NW' ..I| Leg thence S ISO ft to W. W'4 of SW!., of SXV'' and S
:. '. of 8W\\. _.___._______._._ 83 1 190 W. 1'. Taylor --..?...--..-.--..-- ..." :M. W Imun' '. Und, thence W ml of NW' of SXVVi. also com
Lot I 0 and H'g' of lot e ________.. III 20 10 Unknown ___....___.. .. __.__._._._ 11.011 tUu ft to -chuolhoujte lot, thflnc 110 yd. N of SXV Cor of NXV",
t : W.r\ NE4e _.._______.. ____ 20 4 20 .0 1lIkuown: __-__.__..__00_.__._..__ 4.117 N Ian ft to XXhlltun Street, of SW' and run E 147 yds,
!\ Who! "r $W's and 8E'. of SWy/ thence E Ow ft to pt of bin In N lln yd*, W 147 yd. S 110
and S.;!. ___.u. __ _ .___ 21 4 20 ::180 Unknown _...........___.._...____ 26,1)6NI NXV,, of bE'4 _'.._.....u_. 18 8 21 S Mn. Minnie Ma\ anQ. .._.._.......... 1.86 yd to .beg. __un__-__ _-_.____ 26 22 43 Theo Tlson .-......--..----.--- 25.7J
+.' m'd, 1 S'' or NW' dad S-iJ'! 23 II 206aO Unknown ___.. ..___.__.._..._..._. 4110NWV4 Com at NE Cor: of lands old to 3 A In NB Cur. of SW'' of SE ---
-1 .I :OW\; \. and S\\\.o\ \ ,,1H 1:;:. kite and run N loll ft, W ',. being IAN and S by 8 A

( S\\ v .____._ ___ ___ __ U 4 10 80 Unknown .....-....---.------.-.-- 6.02 lOG ft, thence S along line 105 E end XX" __________-____00_ 27 6 22 8 Unknown -.--.--.--__.__.___.___ 3SJ
\'Cr.' of NW''. and N01\ SVVl4j' ft. E lOG ft to "bad; n'___.___ 13 6 21 C. Eapp ......____......._.... 8.13 4' A In SE Cor. of NE" of
''\ r and 8W', or HIVV4' . .. .- -- U 4 10100 Unknown ___........__._.____.___. 1820S SWV, of NCIS'j ', ___.____n______ U 6 21 49 Unknown ..__...._........_....... 7.lid SE'j '.. brine a A N and S by
/ ';'OJ\. SE'. or NI Itnd NW'I off613i of NXVi., ___ _______n____-_ go 6 21 80 J.6.. U.tcb EoLBLe _.___.___...._, 10.611 1'j' A E and XV _.n__________: 27 6 22 B Thoo Tbon ..-........_.......____ 3K9
and W'' .nd 8W\\, N 1-J of NWU\ of I'EIa 1.3 Com ion' ft W of NE: Cor of VV"
'. % and E'' .f" bE', ___ ____._ 20 4 10 620 Unknown __.._._______._____.__._ 41.U A ; also com atoE Cor. of I ij nf :NXV' of SEti, of NE'i
All 'CI..I, 8W' or liE'' _.'_-_ a7 4 10 6uO Unknown .......__._._______.__.. /J.eU NE'!, of NW., and run W and run. S 215 ft. W 100 ft,
a I ;' SI- of 1WI .___ ____ _.__ __.. au 4 aD 110 McCall bra "&" Co ._..._.____._... 8.6l 1U: yards, S 116 2.3 ) .uo. E N 215 ft E 100 rt to .belt. -n7' 28 6 22: Richard Reynold ..............___ 47.
lil 8W'' or If W'r4 and NWoC\ 1U yds, N 146 .l-J yd*, to pt Oniflnal Town of Starke." In :\E
I 1 8W, and Lots I : ::1 4 6 U. __. 80 4 aD .33 M.Cali Bra & Co _...._._.__.____ 88.29 of ben-4 A _oooooo.u__._ 20 B 21 17 G. C. Sapp __.-._._.._._____.._____ 6.80 i., of SXV 4
tat 2 ___.__ ___ __ ..______ .__u_. 31 4 aD H Unknown _..._....__..._._.__..___ .... S 1-1 of NW' 4 of NE',4-U 1-3 A Lot 8 of Blk B n'hn.n 28 6 22 Qul&ley Lumber & Supply. Co.- 1270
v 10 8JI Unknown .... .. .. . ... 63.33 Also at bE of NEV of
r All .--- -- ._ u_ _ _ -- --- ---- 32 4 --- -? - --- com tor llrflilnnl Titan of "Mnrke on NE::
Ali', .r NE'' and W'g' ot NEt NW'4; and run N 116 2-J yd '., fir. SW ',
t I and 1"' 't of SIC'I' and W'iI' of VV 1 ,1 .. S 146 2-J yd, E! Wft _.'! ft of Lot 6 and 7 of

(1' ; ... 1..1 . _ ____-_ -____- 88 4 ao 231 I nknown ___._--_-..__..._._.._._. 10.06 1)d: to ben, -*A______.__... 20 II 21 17 A. T. Eapp .___.__....____.._..-.. 108 \Hlk 17 __ __ __ ._ __u n_ _. __ 28 < 22 Theo Tiion -........--.--- .. 21 23
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."'' Nt;'., and E''" cor NW''. and N N; .f NE'' of NE'---------' 25 II 21 80 E.:: U bruti _...._-..__.____..._. 7.ft* S I'j ft i.f Lot 4 and N 10'41ft -----
or NE'' of SE', ____ ___._.__ _. a6 II kl 1 40 T. J. Moor .__..._._.___..______ 9.11
'b.t tt',' of NW" and S'. SW44 -- -- ..r l Lot r i.r. ii'k -'! . 2" fl 22 Dr. N. W. Franci. __..__________._ 81 46Dincrlptlon
4: ." r .,., ... _.______ __ ___ ___u_ .U. 4 110 100 Unknown _____.._______0000_______ U.20 Lots 284ur16AInNEyof Kl tit t.itl_ 1 _h...i l _I. 9 5' nf
M/ nf SE'' and W'', uf NE: NE'' __--_____...__--.._-:.._ 1 II 22 16 Unknown ....____..__......._...__ 2.-10 lilk"Z, ::' .'_ -: .: -, ::. _: : 2A 6 22 Qul.lr Lum""r a Supply Co. ____
and I V '''j and Lots, 1 und 2.- 36 4 20 687 Unknown ...u._._...._.._____.... 46 OJ Lot :14 In XVi,,,dlanu ___n _____. InNXV \ I ti 10 Unknown ..___...._.__._.___.____ 2.16 Lot 2 of mk 27 __ _---___ ___-__n. IS 8 22 Qulgley Lumber Supply Co. ____ 17 1'.31 61
I", .\.1 __ ""____ __ --- III 81 611) W. K. Allen Sr. _n_.__...___..... 68.88 ; of NE'' and NEk; of In SE'" "r "SW'-' ',
Nl I!: of NIC' and SiJ"of NE'i'\ :NWt-----------------------/ 12 I 22 80 M.... Carrie D. Starlit./ _.__._.___ 8.04 Lots' r. 6 orIlk\ 32 J. M. Johns
\ f 1018".1, NW' pad S'' _.__ 20 4 21 C20 W. It.. Allen Sr. ...._._.___..._. 4}80 SE' of SB1-', of SVX' __________ 12 II It 10 Quo. J. Arnold .__......._.._..__. 8.10 nil, 10 Siam! ,,' .-__ ___ ____ 2S 8 22 R. M. Sparkm.n .___.___.________ 7.45
I 't !V uf S\\i'l' .._-_n__ __ -- ".. .. 21 4 21 110 W K. Alllvn Sr. __-.___-________ 7.3d W' of SXV 1,4 of ME'4: and E'ioi \ In \\1.. or SF"'4
; j t N'' at M.;' und W''. and, SW : SXV4 of NEi-4 and 1).1.:',. of I Lot 7 of IJIk 11. LIvtn, eton. Truby ,
f jI<; SE'! .. 21) 4 ill 1120 W. R. Allen. Sr __._. ___ ___ 4680 NXV, and VV.' of SXVVi of I
of hC' and E'j! of 00 & C&a. add I Sterko 28 8 22 t."nknown .. .._.__________.
4
.' /, AH ___ __ ___________ _ __- 30 4 21 640 W K Allen. Sr. __..-_.......____ B8.NU SE'' 12 11'81 99 Unknown __.___._..-__._......___. 16.71 In ".E'1 NE4i moo ------- 17.81
I k" \. 1'and' t-'j;'' of 111nlld' SE'iSB" : 81 4 21 600 Unknown .___._................. 44.93 NE'', 'i.f'ht.i/o.I NE'V'nmf'w'! Lau' 3 and 4 of 1310 I 6I.Ivlntraton
V' W my __ "- "_"__ "______ .._-- 82 4 21 849 W.C.. Allen 6r. ._____........___ ild.lT < i >>1. M|.rE'; and S", T b\"l; Co'.. cub
"*, of S JE'i"' .__.__n_ _ _.. __ 28 4 tl 44 Niro Knwla __...._u______._-__.___ ..11. if, SW':, of NW's and Sla! of div -- 28 5 II Rae Cox .. . .__
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-- --- --- ----- U5I1ItY
i S'-u! of NEi,, and S'rj\ of NXVVi .SE'' .it! SE'4' and U'j of SEt WI. "iikr.iI;: ;i.; ; Tru: -
38 4 22 452 Mn. Cnrrlo n. Starling __._________ 62.18 of SEt' and N'' of SV4\ ofSVV :
.11 and ". Cob, sub div -- -- 28 6 U R. M. Jenklna __m.._______._ 10.Ot
: ;
I NEVI: of1"N'K'Y iind"w'iy"of"N of S\V >,t and \\ u. of S Livingston. b8'--Cue.

rs, r ,V Ir E', and N'j of NW' and. N E'' tf 8"nd' ij'', of NEVi! !. sub dlv __ ____un__________ 28 6 U R. M. Ellison ______________ 11.70
A } I i'' jtO: 2-J A of $E', of NWV. ...fE't: of .SW., ____ ________. 12 5 22 125 Unknown _..__________._..._..___. 23.6 Lola 1 3 and 4 "r 1I1k 41 Livings 00
t ( and Ntl! 2-3 A of SW'. u[ Lot i.l \Voi.illuun. .-- ........ 13 II 22 U lllra. 0. O. Tabor _._..__._-....._ 2.10I. I stun Trubv & Co'.. pub div._ 18 8 n Jsa. E. Franklin _.___________ 2,18
NW' 6 18 251 W. C. Allen .--_......____________ 27.38IT I.. t I- '. o> I"1 I II I and 12 In 'Lot :t "r I1Ik 42 1.lvinlC.ton.

.! N 26 2.3 A of SE'S: uf NE' ____ 5 18 27 W. C. Allen _____.__.............. 802 XXoudlaun __ __ _ . ._____... 13 I 22 80 t'nknown n..________.....___.__-_ 10,00 Truly. Co'a. sub div ______00 28 6 U Julius Butler ___.________._. I.
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IT 8WV4 of Mi': and N'j' of SIS 14brU 2) B IS 120 XV I(. Ni-llk. ____.__.___________-_ 10.74 Lot O'P' In UwHllaHii ___oooou._ 15 5 22 10 U.rmBn Shaw ..._._.___._______ 1.86 Lola 1 and 4 or BY" of Dlk H
of SE' __..___. ... ___..._ 21: 8 18 40 J. J. llrannin _____.______________._ B flu Lot :it in VXimdlawn. ____....___. 19 6 2l 10 Unknown __-_u_______._._______._ 2.16 Livingston, T..by. & Co'. sub
I-E'4 of KE'iXV _._u ___-_ .______ 2$ 6 18 40 C. J. Johnson .........--_-_-._ 4 81 Lot i.s In VVoiidlawn ......___.._ 14 II 22 10 Unknown ____...-___._..._________ 2 10 div ____________..____________ 18 0 II J. J. Aarona ____._____.__ ....
Va of N WIO and W 12 A of 1.01"" 10 und J a t in VViiMillaun. .... 16 5 2l 20 S. G. I'otter ___._._____._.____ 8.86 N'y' or 51k 411 Livlnaeton Trllb"
__ 02 C J. Johnson ____................. ....8 I.ot 3 In Wondlawn _______ .___ U 5 22 10 .__... __._ _
II, k EV4! I of NIYV, ___.____.___n 24 B 18 W. S. T.rbox _ 1.90 & ("0'1. sub div _____nn____ 28 6 U. R. G. Plor'ord _____.... .11
$\\ ,. or SEly I 25 B 18 41') J. C LtuHidl ____n______._______ 4 H5 'own of Law ley. W'of Railway.OIK In NF./a .r NW1.oj and port of
NW1." of "SI.4' ."IIIIII"I""I- 26 B 1* 40. A. II. Fletcher _._._-.__.n______.. 881 I and 2 of Blk IK ________ 23 II 22 S. L. 1Il0llcharoJ ._______.._____... 8.IIU Wk SF.\4\ W of R. R. and NECoy.
7 i 7'I4"; or NI4'! ___ _______-___ 26< S 18 40 J. J. Drannen .................... 6.80 'own of law ley E of HallwayN'j .f FF.LlI or SW'-
SSy of M.4' .n.n__-._.______ HI S 18 KO" XV. W UiiHholm, I-luUt: _____.____.. 10.74 of Lot al-8'c.: J'2\ 8 22 Unknown 00_____-______-__.._.____ 2.18 Lots 1 2 8 and 4 0' Dlk 3 Temple' .
EI;, of M' u__.___-_________ 86 fi 18 80 I.. ]'. !Hick, ...-_.....__________._ 9,611 I Lot 3 S --Sec !!:'t) J4 J3 _____..... 24 II 2l Rosa Junea _____-_.___..______.__ 5.86 '. add tD Starke .___.u___ 28 1 n Unknown ________
_%V V4 of SXVI., _______00_______ 66 19 40 Unknown .......................... 6 2. Lot fU-Hii. 2J 21 J5 __u______ 26 II 2l Chas. Parker _____________________ 2.18 iota I 2 3 and 4 0' 51k .. Tern- ? 17,87
I NIS' : of M.I.; and E'i' of NXVV1 9 6 19 120 John Cr.w. ________.__..___..... 12.00 Lot 6 In Ulta sub div In Eat .nlD'a. Add. tit R'nkD - .__n_. Y8 6 fs "A. Ah.. ..... Co ._ ..
,!, svv'v. ,* <>f SBU irr.vi:: H B 111 40 McCull urea. & Co. ___._..________ 4 81 I.nwrtey-Si-en. 2. 24 2S ...... 26 B 22 Cha. Tarkcr ...................... 2.46 - -- - n See. T. R. A. --- -- - Owner -----&- toiu....,
SE',, of NW and SW/' exc.pt All 11\\ '. of SXV., of SEE\ ofKit'gal Lot 7 of lilt 13, 1'emplu's add.
.t'i'i. and "' Knad _______ n B 22 B C. F. Stewart ___ _____. _.________ 2.4* '
) _
1 lot ln5 ft square, u.u In "Starke ____h..u'n"- 28 6 22 Ja*. Green ........______________.
\ that. 'i.i.rtli.n of NW'4'! of SE'i SW' of SH-" of :NEi' ________ 25 B 22 10 Mary S. Snpp __.___-______________ 2.a In NW'1 of :NW'1 N of 9th St. 1.43 I
't4 1). N of Ky .IS A -- -- ----- 14 6 10 200 McCall llroa & Co. ._.__.______.... 84 85 SE' of I'0' SXV-4 __-___._ 25 B 22 10 A. I'aul. ___.__._______________.___. R H6HW Lot 1 i.f jilt :.11 I I'teks add to .
J VV _i of SII': und I':'. of SW' _. IS 6 19 160 McCull: liroa & Co.: ........_._-___. ll.bu of NE'., of SW4' .______._ 25 B 22 10 11. C. Peace and Cbu. Olnklna __.. 2.16 Sturko __-_ _______________-- 28 6 22 Viola Sweat ...............__...... i.43
NE'', of M.I; und N'j' of SE r o,.ue t _fiXV. f'0'nr" _if. _S\\.. Inf_. SR Lots 1 11 1 nod I U of Blk :.18 Pick's

V4 or NIP------------------ 21) 6 19 60 McCull Proa. & Co. ...._.__....... 6 S3 and run E nn Sec line 410 add i" S"U'k-.. "- f 22 Laura UBrrl. _____. ____________
N4u of NW'' _____ _00 21 6 19 80 McCall: Uros. III Co. ____........... 10.86 II to a pt of ben thence N InS'4: .r NW'S--SYAXn" 211
f I 1;' of NVX'' nnd"SW IIr N lit.; ;" ft. E I'M ft. S 060 ft. W Lots' I ii; Ii and 11 of lllk "II"H.lnll'o '

WV, _ _n.n_.__ ____ 21 6 19 120 R. A. Townatnil __.________._._____ 17.81B I 111: ft tn \>W u_ __. ._______._ 26 B 22 8 J... VV William* .._-__.._._____.__ 606 add to Start ._._.. 2S 6 22 Mrs Teresa Levlton ___________
.J'.J'f 6> und SW'n' 8 NE'' of NVV' of hE'4' ___._... 24 8 ii 10 II. L. Prown ...-____.__.________. ISO S of :Miull.oi. and XV uf Walnut u. 4.10
rf1of, S- -i-- -_u!f.-- ::11 19 80 L. M. Stokes _________________._- 12.70B N'" of NIP' or NEt' of SE'i' .. 24 B 22 6 I'.ufus McKn ....___________._____. 2.16 Streets
KB1/'/ of SXV'7"' ",__ -_ __ __. ____ 85 14 40 Unknown -___._______.....___..... 6.23 1.0111:1: : In VVnndlnwn __ ____ ______ 29 B 111 10 Unknown .___._._________.______. 884 1 lot in I Starke 110 fL N und S
I Wig of SW' of NE'4 and W Lot 2t and 26 In Woodlnwn .__. 29 6 22 20 VX' L John. ______.____.________- 485 "b> Jl't' ft 12 and W.. bounded E
{ 'ly, and NW'' of ,F.'',. e ooptID Com, 70 >'ili W of :NE Cur. of l.v XViilnut .tr....,. N b)' 1. R.
A In HE Ci.r. and NE'i'\ of NC'' .of NE'' nll.1 I run S 70 fasts. W hy land nf. H I..
t .. SE' _. ._ __ 1 6 20 410 Unknown _...........________._-_ 86.87 yd*. XV JS ads N TO yds., E 38 KiiKU and S by Dlk C of Jones

E''i.. of i>l.' and NXX'"ol NE >ds. to ben. ._ -. _ _.__h_ 0 6 19 J. O FrallckH ___.__...-_________._. 424 n'1'1-/ ._ ". M 9 22 Dr. N. W. Francl. ...____._______ no*
i and' :Ml.;' i.f NW'' and 8'. W'j of SW' of SV, and NW . Innd In Stnrko hounded -
of SXV' and, NW 4 nf SXVV, t4 i.f SXV' ,. I-XC.-IH, SIU arils N by lllk II: original town
I fh and SW' of SK'' _- .. I B 20 820 (Unknown: ...._. .____.............. 20.07 and "NE': of SWl, except N nf Stnrke. and E and S by _
1 AV of M.'i:' nf NK', :' and SKl Ii'i. yds. and E 12 ,X _____-___. II 8 76 n D. Price 00__...____....___._.. 1421 K U and VX by I'nompsonTnT.Muf. ,
,'r _______. II 6 18 20 William I'rlc __ _..__.__._._.__.
of NKi;'t, nod W" j of. SF.I4and E' of SVV nf SW' -_ 4 St _. ____. 28 22 R" M. Sp.rkman _._.____.__._______ 27 16
I I i: 'V I, nnd NXV' nf SIC'4 E 22', A nf NEti' nf HE'9' 0 18 22 AlA Keith ._______._.____.__....___ 8.02 Uf vv T.Y-fV-Jf"i

1 and NE':' .f SIS'''i ___ .. ____ 3 6 20 630 Unknown .....-__.__._______..__.. 60.73 S\V I., of NE' and, NW of SBiir Wof\ NE'' __ 29 22 Hewn; Jones ._.___.____ _____.__. 6,97
r NW I nf NIC',I and NKV of E'' 1 II 0 U 80 Itham Thomas ............___.__- 8.47 Lots 2 15 .nJ-,0-: ,Ir.V-E-21l" ?
NXV and. VV'j' of NW -... 4 6 20 ISO Unknown"", ___...._..___.____.__ 14.Cl nt'K'E Cor'oV NEV' "oY'sWVt ft and 'j A In NE': Cor. of S

I t NI.J mat' N''. of SXV 1.4 arid NVior and run W 176 yds. to n pt K";'., of SUVi buss n 20 ft _on 29 B 22 O. C. Sweat _______..__.__._.______ ..76
f SII:' _-_- -_ -_ ____-- II B 20 480 Unknown ..._...._._.__.__..?.__ 8700 of ben' thence S 1/1/ y.L 1 E 35yds 1 lot <.f Innd 210 yd* N and S
!' Tots \ 2 and- N'j or -lot ::1< __..___ 8 6 29 200: Unknown ..._..__._...._.__.._____ 17.8 8 .16 :yd.. W IDS. yds, N by 1JD yde' E and W, In SE
8.7 l.i. of 1'01'/;', nnd NXV'', of SE'4 70 yds, E 70 yds. to ben-about ('or. 0' 81::' ________ 29 22 bin E. A. Drlg.er. ____.__
4 :[ q -._-.n... ----- --..--- 8 B 20 120 Unknown ......_._____._._________ 10.oy /, \ ___n__ ____..____-__.-__ n 6 18 1 Foster Glover .....___-_____.__.__ 681 All S ..f 6) Mn W of Canal _____ 1.88
I Ely of NIC'' and- SW', of SXV 2 1In NW Cor of NEH of S parallel line to Lake, evcipt
t 1.4 and E'j i.f SXV, and NW 4 EL1 ____ --_---___--..._.___--. H 6 n 2: Ells Durrouorhl _______..______ 1.27 where there w'n* a row of orange
}i of M;", _______ __ ,nn-_ ____ 9 B 20 249 Unknown ......................... 21.81 :NE'\;; or NE''. _--_h _-._____- U II 180 Unknown __.._._.._.____._.__.._ ..11 tree nnd there the line
I e' NW' of Nt: '"" i-xei'pt l-:' NVV" of NW, of I'F."I' _-. 10 6 20 85 Itobt T. Smith .___....__._____ 6.53B L., 0' NE'!. or SE"' ,. except 35'.i orange trees, in NWl, of NW
t-Kl, ..f NK'' and .:'. of NW 0\ ____ ___un.___.. ..._. 17 II U 21 Bertha Prla __________?__?_ '.20 Vi-1 ) A. and SW% of NW\oi.!

I L4 or NWi, or Ni:'., and) N VV'y of NE14 or NE'' and NW SnNo.Sv1.TNE--of-NETi' S 8 22 126 P' B. Bryant. .___.__._.___.. .__. "M
.1ri 1 I I1' i.f NW'' on.11" of NW 0' NE"",, and N\oo\ or SW4iof ': ?
4i nil.I W'''j of hXV and' SK'/': NEt'i __u__ ___._nu___ 17. 18 dO R. W. WIIII.1ttI ___.____ 10.06 ..nN'... of NW.4.. of NEV4 .-.. -.r"""" J1 .........
exnn.t Loin 1 2 H l$1) . 10 20 400 Unknown ______n................. 88.09 0' "'w' % 0' NE'. And NW : --___ II II 22 13 G. C. Sweat 'rwt&1'n:
.._.__ _
___ N
% of N.n" S I IS'J, or SE'V and E'9' of NE' or F: .0lVVT.lroVy __ Ard.ii" u ? ?
( HE';
and 31 6 22 13 Leonard -:
XV., of NW I. and SXV., ___. 11 6 20 660 Unknown ___....._.__.___.._______ 4956 (, __ ___u__ __ ____________ 17 II 18 80 Unknown _.________.__.._ 11.U w. *- .4 NE', ___.___.___.____. 1.15
E' of MV4 und XV I SEti' ot NW'------------------' U 8 18 4'1 Buck Wllllama _?__________._ ..81
? ) 4of iif 'I'I\ Si: and S'iE 0 -I., .r ;o.t; ; , _ n________ 25818.0 Unknown ______.._____.___ 680Ett Al-area a 23 11 Alva Leonard ._ _
+ tt li. SVV "r NW' 12 B 20 290 Unknown .---.--.-.-.--.---------- 81.76 Dr w.. of NE'------------ 2. 8 1O0 Ellen hunt _______.______ 189SEt1 SW. or NE'".. except UA-1--S _______._._______ .48
SE"-------------- 2. 8 18 .0 J. E. Futcb .___________._ '.11
or E C..r.
All S.-.. of 1 SEl S nf Ry. except 22 25 Aha Leonard
I .__...__._
it W 2 Aad: A -_- 13 6 20 86 N. W. Horn ___._..._._1.________ 035 Bee 140 74. 9 0' NEor.: 0'NE4 Com .. .SE-eor-of-NXvVrof-SE ?__?.___ ..1$
NIY of M'i, and N' of NW', \ 0' NW4 and run. S 140yda V, and. run N 2HO yd. to apt .
and SVV", ..r NW' _--- -- 14 6 20 200 Unknown -----..--.--.----------. 18'08t I" ZIO yu. N Uo yla. E of lug thence VV 210 ft,
1 NVV''i'' nf S\V 1 ,. except 2 A In 210 yda to lwe. _.u..___...-_ U 6 1. 6 Unknown ..______ 880NIV' N 210 ft. E 210 ft S 210 rt,
1 SW Ci.rl'lj. . _______ __ 15 20 88 David P. Coffin ......_._______.____ 6 S7 / ', .t :OW'; . . _ _. ___n._ a"" 8 U U, Inknown __-_____-__.__________._ 623.VII to beg. and J 0on N sldn. of a
l ; .\c.i.t IH A In Nl- Cur of N.I..r OW'; :-o..f ""lIer ____ 3l II U 80 Empire Land Company ____________ ...711III" 7'j A lot of land In NXVVt: of
lOt M; ))0:' and N'.j' oft I tn 15 Ve or ::0. W SE':' __ __ __
M 22
NXV" 4 n. .n 3 J... Albert .__
_._.__.______.______ I 9&
{ of Honey Lot 3 and or IUk, ;TnLln.
14 Wt, and XV nf Sl.I "I Lute "and U Enaryb 4 1 I.
NW" nnd S'j' i.f SXVi', of NVV or \\ ol'lhn.'un. Sprud. ______ 83 6 19 Unknown ______.._________________ 36. coin C'Iy ----- _, n_ _- -----_ 82 5 22 Alonto Moore .. ._ __ 1.17SE'
and NE14 nf SW% caceDt Lots ; 8 p and 10" Enjoy a p0*- N' or SE' ot \\ 8a 22 20
I ---- ----- G. C. Sweat ...:..:::: :::::::: :
.. .
S1V'4, and SE'I of SXX'Vi.\ toy or Wollhlnwloll 1"lnu, _. 88 e 18 l' J. I'.rrl.h --_.________--________ 8.U : ?.rOW'4. nnd E''... or SW'1 11.87
II 20 4l'B\ !'nknown ....... 411 J. W. I'uu..n'' '
except n \ In NF Ti.rf'.lj IBin I..t 7 .e 1J1k 2. II 22 M G C. Sweat
o. 3 _...__.__.._____ n
:' of NE'i: nf M.' I of SW." ,,_. II 20 B Crl. C. Durkharilt ............_ I COB aursry or Worthln'on' Slnln". It'tV.r..l. JEIID'> 111t.ie5MSeca. Corn et .iE--C-r-of-ixvVrn-r __ 00 :
t \Aij of NVX''I..nI 1J'' nf SWLi 17 20 IftO Unknown n...___................. 12 toB -- 2" :3 I: ._ _... ___u _____ 83 6 18 A. D. Connor 00____.___.__________ 8.U SW't4' and run S :P .hno. W
'1 lat I IA 20 "0 Unknown ____u__.______-_____.___ 6 62 i Lot 4 .I Ulk 5. J. W. l'otton' Ir o."r.| ..-. N t.. N line of call
lotlco't \\I"c.j-; i A In 'liii: ."r"')' of Worlhlnllton Spnn9aSec. \\. SVVj' thence E to

N'jTor -- . 16 20 84 Samiirl' W. Drown ........---.---- 8 691' .. 28 aJ __..____..______ 33 d 19 Unknown ...__00________..___._.__ ..00 L," -- --__.?.__.___... 83 6 22 2 U. C. Sweat _
: _.._._ __ _
iff M51.: .f NF'' .: 20 20U Unknown. ......................... 6.87 i iFt Lot .f b.k d.J. W. 1'aI.n', J. M. J..hn. Sub Division of __ .__ 3.0t
*,( or SK'"' : and N'._ or NW survey or Worthington, pl'lnll': :t;' of NE-4
Vi and SIor :-1\\, and 8'4' Seen, 2x 'IJ _________ ...__u 33 a 18 H N. HoJc --________..__.__... 2.50 N'. of S' of NXXl of :NE'L.__ 84 6 10 L. E. .____.__ ____ -
____ __
of SKI of N\V'I., ____ __ ___ 21 8 20 220 [Unknown _u___.-.___.____-.. 21 117 Lot 4 of lllk 11. J. VX. Tattoniimey '. Bin at SW Cor. of SW'' 1 Le- _00_ 8.
I NU, of SC'I"' 1 of NXV4SXXf'4 u-____. 21 ft 20 211 Farnest Rxhb __._.___.____ 180 of XXiirthinion, Spring NE1and run E 571", ft. 0
1 \ of (IK'i: 4 __ _u __.h_ 2:4: II 20' 40 Mr. Charlotte CoifmM _._________ 767 -Seen. JS .U _._n___________ 93 6 19 G. W. Andre.* .._____-__..__.___... 1.63 HOD" flVS' 571'X4 ft. S 800 ft,
I Lot IS li 20 lOrIlk 28 In Lot 1 of Klk 15. J. W. Pulton' to heir.. --_______._____________ U 6 22 11 T. F. Hemingway _
Johnstown ._uO' _____ n.___. 22 B 20 Mr*. Hull S. ,. ,UB ____.____... 5.09NE4 ur\ey of VXorthlnvton 5pl'lnu8e" E'j' of SXVI __ _________ ____ U 6 80 C. B. Grl .. E.tat '. _""_-._"__ 1.15
., except, Li. III) of nik 24 1* 32 __nn__...___ 83 6 19 Unknown __....................... 1.68It NE"i of SIC'* excipt 5 A In 1 ___.__._.__._.__ .
NXX: nf NT'; '' and SXV' Lot of Ulk ID. J. W. Patton'a SE C".. __ 84 6
In 1 -------- --------- 22 K. L. Grl__* ___ ____ _
I _______._ 17
of : and SXV and of Worthington Spring S'''j of sxvi of SEI', _..;; 34E" ? f
: NXVt, N'g nuney .Uh 6 S. A. Carter
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? ; of PK' '. t Seen Jj _. .___-___ ___._ 33 a Unknown .____.__...........___... 2.60 of NEi-4 and N'" of NW 2 .____.________.___.. ,. '
of Hlk 1 2q. :tl, rata'iA710ft 24 NEt, *..f'A _ __ ___n-_..__ 2S'j 20 41 Mrs. 6l.Ii Clark __.___.____.___._ B.07 of NXV ---__.___________ 85 6 80 F M Coleman' _
t of Klk 2t l nml, I.nt I i.f Dlk i.f Lot :3 and all Lot 4 _'n 7 6 20 120 Mr Charlotte Collin ._____.__..... 12.00 PF'', of NW"t "--" 6 2 40 Minnie, GelBer ________ ___ _.l 2?.n
3 .._______....... 1 .83
I ii: and' 1.1.1 ID or nik III. In NI.: i.f. NVV' and W-j of N of NI' i "imd "NVi of 00

Johnston --_ _ t2 to tel Unknown .___.-_.__..___._._.._. AIDS VV' . _. __. __ ....___.___... 11 6 20 120 Mr. M. F.. Clark ______.__.__.._._ 14.8t IS1V'I ', .-_.... a. 6 120 C. C. Orlffls
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NI* or, SW' n _ _. 28 6 20 no) John P. Coffin ._._______...___ 12.00 In:' nf W'I __ _ __ . __._.__. 23NXVi. II 20 40 Mr*. M E. Clark ___________.______ 892 I t- 8 2 40 G. C. Sweat .r.l"_"__ _:_"I"' H.o
I Il" N' of :NE'.. nnd VV and S'-j' ..r SXV __ .__ __ .--_____. 24 0 20 40,) Unknown ......................... 8.23 Sty' of :NE'' and EV-j\ of NEHnf : s 2 ..__ .

of fK -- 27 B 20 444 I Unknown __--___n.._.___._..___. 4381 NXV of NN'4' . ... __ ____ g 8 81 40' J. A. Row. -_____-_..__-__....... 8.92liE' NW t. .INXVl 80 6 100 Unknown .... . .
i ;BI.J: or NI'' and SXVV i>r NBVi -----------------------7 e 21 160' 1'. M. fadxott ____-_.___________._ H.81 nf Ml H .-_ 86 II 2 40 J. A. Coleman--- ...-..-..- .-----.---.-- 41,9
and E' of SWnml HP'i' .. Iq B 24 840 Unknown _.,_.____.._.__.____.. 31,tl 8Ei: of NE' 11 d 21 40 A L. Jackson .....___............. 8.23 S' of NXVt and NVVtt of NNE' ...______ 17.89
In XVI of SXVU\ SW ..r NW- 15 A In _ ______ 6 22
except I 120 Molnhardt A Frank
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4 i Com nt a pt nn N akin of NE Cor .-...- 12 II 21 25 A. L. Jackion ............._____._ 8.U ', r f NwirVn d fra"NWiiof 8 _ .__ ..4l I
Cleveland Si.. In I nki u") ,].. Lot 1. .1 A In NW .. 3 7
r.wWre of except 19
S'j \\ -- -------------- 60 Unknown ._..__._._ __.
l"* { a rnntlntmtlnn nf the l'.r. _ _____u.__.._._.___ 26 1 21 15 Or E. T. Campbell __.._________.. l.n NW'' SE".4 .. 10 7 1 40 J. n. Halbrook- Eatat. .?.____"_."__"_11 5
Wioli.i-n hiniiiiliiit 1. or A,).mi SI W., uf SXVI.. of NW' and N E' of XEV' of NE''. and B
In'F, j I':. :lilum': : ;: Add; to Like: 1'1. ..r-ij\\ __u __. _____ ___. 2 6 22 60 R. o Dennard .______.___________ 1099 F'' or NW'n______._____ n 1 III 00 I'nknown .._.___._ ___ ,
t 6 21 10 S. F. Wolf __________._ ____.. 216 or NIP __. ___ ____. --- -- _-- 069
Ittitli'r if cnntlnued. In n Northerly NW' of NE'i of 1'2 Km n 1 1 19 40 M. L. Lynn __..___.._________ ___ .7t r
J dtn.'lliin would Intermet NE'' of NE' and Slj of NEt, Lit., 3 and E'" 01 Nt or lot 4 ,
r with thi. S..rth.n boundary of and! ME' of NXVVt and NVV i; nod Ri Lot II '" of 1.1.
rie\i-lnnd Pi' 'thence VV 36 ft.. of San.1 E'-.. of SXV ____ 8 8 22 2SO R O PenrmrJ _00________..__.__.. 4483 6. Nn, 0' Lots 7 A .n.1 9,
rt.. N inn' rt. E': 8ft n.. S 100 ft, SE'' or NE', ___ .n_.. ...____ 4 8 21 40 R. O Dennard ______________.____ 4 45 and. N'' .r Lot In" and N 12 .
.1 to pt lOt I.I-IT.. Anderson''. XV.' lOt SB' or SEt, ._u_._-__ 6 8 12! 2''0 Silas Lupton ____....______._______ 250 I A "r S'" nr Lot 10 -----.00- 1 T 20 462 L. A. Drown _. ___.______ _
r, Add, tn Ink, Hut,I.r 80 6 2'' J. B. Dowllna ._.._....__.________ 646 NW _ ._ __.... ______.___n_ ._ 8 fl 22 HO Dr R. P.' Taylor ......____._______ 2355 "f Sty "r Lot \\I and St of ____ 8.111 "
Com nt a pt "''"' ft 1, of SE for of 1 a Tr1 H'of XV'j' of SE I % of N'XV._. 10 6 tl 10 Unknown _______.___.___-_._______ 182 S't 10. except N 1 A _____ 1 T 20 .A .1. M. Shaw, Jr. ___._________.___
of Mum and Pikl si* and W'' ..t 1.:'. .r NEV' and! E'._ of or Tot 4 .00____.___._____- 1 T 21) .0 I. T. Shaw _.____ __ _ 1.9
_._. _
run 8 lt ft E1)1: ft V 1 116 :NE' .f SE' .___ _._u _- ___. It fl 22 6) Unknown _00.__--______?________ 804 N' or Lot e __._n____._?_._ 9 T 20 .0 Unknown _________-___-_-___ __ .
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f ) ft.. t,. Stain tl'\'d.I tin.no.. Won SE' nf SEi, n___._...--.. 12 e 22 40 A I'. Huffman ____._.____.__.__._ 4 58 N'' 0' SW4 SW' except E 1.1
Main ntr.il' tl ft In lnuMcKinnev :NVV4 nf SE._ ._._ .._.__u._ 12 8 -. 4'> L. A. Evan ..-___...____________ 6 67 3 A __.____o___ ____00_. __. 9 T 211 11 O. M. _______.___ __ _
_ __
,\ 's nerve. tn Lake : W'' of ELL of aWL of SE".4" ? 13 8 22 10 Unknown _............-____..____ 1.82 Lta : and 4 of Silt 3 In W.rd Covie 1.91

1 llutlrr on F ..I.. of St4 0' I NWi, of NE 4 of SW-4 n.oo_ 14 II i. 10 Unknown 00_..........__..___.____ 497 City _________________u______ 9 T 20 In Morgan _______._________ .__
i lot 1ft , M II 20 Unkno..n _.______............__ 1810 VY'y' of F.'). of 'f of SW'... 14 II 22 10 J. Homer Llvingiton _____._._.____ 831 lot to or DIk U In Ward, City -. 8 1 20 J. S. For"h----_____________ ____._ 8.09
' Lake lIu1l.r-O''ftAI T..nf!! N'.j of NWI, of SEt' ______.__. It 0 22 20 Peter Englo. ...........__.____.__.. 13.Bf Lol 9I\ 10 and 1 or Dlk 7 In .76
,+ or lot II SF of SW., of SEi4 __.__.__ 16 8 22. 10 C. L. P..k __u__________________. 1.48 Ilard Cyt: -----------.------ 8 1 20 C. M. and J. S. Fonth ___ 1.111
1 Sty of 1.0" 1ft 170' Dlk 8. _____ RIJ I 10 6/nt. Itottl. D. M-Don.hJ ____ 1T51 SU 1.4 nf NXV ".,. except B A In S lots, II 2" and 21 or Dlk 8 In C.vl
22 83 C. L. Peek ____.._..._____.______ 416 WRr.1 ____ ___
e J All Lot H ot "Ik 17 and nJI lot E Cor and 2 V In SW Cor .. 17 6 City .uu 8 1 20 Maine..Srah & Co. _._ ______ 8.U
46 of Rlk lS I N n' A. C. L. SE' of NEV4 and E', of SW 1.01 6 orlk 1 In W.rd City._ 9 1 20 J. !S. .__ ____-______-.__
l1all",.. ___. __ _. ..___ __.__ RO 8 2:0: !\I.... Rnttle n. Mcl'onald ________ 1-8 'I of SEt. ___ _,.. _n ___.... 17 8 22 70 3 J. Truly ___.--___.______._____. lA 99 I.nt 6 or Jllk In Ward City __ 9 7 20 1.. R. GRn.y FOlyth ___..u___ ____ _____ .15
In !SL. of Iota' a and IS 0 .i n a .. -> SEi of SB1- 17 8 22 30 Raymond D. Crawford _____.____ 8.811 I.ut 7 0' fHk U in WA.d CIt 7 -_ 8 1 20 T. R. Collins _____.._?_______?_____?_ 8.U.15
Lots 111 and Z5 of I1tk 8 In" L. .. fIV \UAonWdd.ofNW4ofSW'l f' lot I or Dk 18 In Warl Cly__ 8 1 20 G. 6(. Revlll ..._.____________._
l ,. McKinney'i add, or New I.Ak. ',. except N 1 A fur church.. 17 8 22 8 Felix Goodwm, .....__.__._.____ I81SW' 1,1. nf 18 In Wa.1 __ 8 1 20 L. A. Drown _.._____ 1.911
1'p I1..II.r. .. ____' ftlJ 21) LAIt. Dntler t A Eb:I lrle Ca'' _.__. 1170Is SF:' - I. 5 22 44 Ranom Revnold ._____._._.__ 8.21 Lute I 2 11 And 1: of 818 11) In _ _._ 1.03
'n'f NVv'vJ V7.II"1I fl 22 40 Isaae .______._.______ 11.25 Ward ___._____ ____
1.0' ::1 and 4 or RU4: 4 In M. L. SE' \ ._ _ It Reynold City u --- S 1 10 1. A. _____._____
f 22 40, J. S. Price _.____.__...______ R.09 Lot I or mk 21 In Ward ._ nrw _____._ II.U
JII.Klnnc y' add r N" I..k.1I"Io'r SE'' of BE"-, ____ .._._0000 19 6 City 8 1 20 M. S. _____.___.___._
Amt ___ 80 5 20) Unknown _____....__.________.____ .48 NF', ..f PEi, of SB' ', ._n___.. 21 6 22 Id H. C. Sherman _____._______ '..72I II 1 In N. Cor or SEo NE'j Jl" ??_ ..7
t' iota 10 and II cor Itik 1I"\ M. L Frnc., NWV. of 8' of R. N of IR.. --____. 9 1 211 II Gentry 9'ok. __.__________._
!\I.Kln,...,', a.I.1. "r Nw I.ak. I 1 E and IK A I'b..or' a Poet F.;'. nr SE''., ?._____ ,,.__ 10 1 20 .0 Daniel 11.11 ____u_____.____._ ___ .Ot
11..I.r 9 . 80 1 20 la.. T Min t ........-__..__.__._ 617 S'chn* W of NE C.... of SEi-4' SF.' or SEt: .uu.u_____ H 1 20 41) Unknown _____.___..____._.?___ 89
4 In N'7:; or tot a North of, G 6. of See. 21. aid run 9 10 chn. NE'' of ?.F.' ____ ._____.____ 1 1 10 .1) Daniel Hell _.._______.____ 8.aq
F. RnliwnyBlk W to R R.. N nn Railroad toN !S 1o,) 00' SEL4 or SW4 u____ I 1 20 10 Unknown ..____ .____.___.___
U. R. I. Scw..m' add Imp. nf said SE' ,. thence E!: . S' of I... I nc.pt R. R. 1.111
to LAke Ra'trr' .__ 8ft 8 td. J_. Connop ____.-_.... ., ,___..__ '.8T In b..K.. also 6 A, E''.. of WW right. or way and except I lot
-In NE'i ot.E'! of NE'' nf SE'' ... ._.. .. .. 21 6 22 21 Elmira Kn! _.__.__....... 14 19 5' by 1M rc en N silo of R
Ey\ of 1.oh'' I 2 and N I ft 10' A com at c.'nter of R. R., R \ eh..h .__________ 18 7 20 811 J. D. Shaw .____
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4' of iota II and, 6. F. P. Odom'. t mile 'line of Sec. 21 51\\ of NEV and 8EI uf N I.
add to T.ske Dotter _ __ -__. I' 6 III Unlmo..n ._ ._.._ . '_ '_ . 1I.1t F.hd VV crnsse and run N W' and NFL of SWl and
In S'ia 0' Lot 3v14 .>n R R 400 fi. thence E at NW14 or ..____u 22 7 20 ._.__
% \ of Lot 110 T E. [leklo'. lit Itfht i angle of R. R. to said NFL or NW''I, and E 1 A of 10 t."nlnow __._____ 1.1

1 .l.' t. fake flutter! ____ -____. U III Unknown __ ___ ._ __ _. __ t..' alf mile! line thenc VV to beg 2tFrac 12 10 R. M. J.nkln ..___. 10.22 I'o'W' or Nutty __._ 'II Unknown ___
Lake Jllltln-in N'9: of Let 44I NWi, Of nil 2. S of a & ? . ''g21 ..4111.1 IW" W4 of SE" ------_ 2 7 5 I'nkno"", ___________ 91
N 1.:0: or E'z: if. I.nt I and W'4 2 E. cum at vw ( ".. of Blk of NF, _n_ ___. _.__u___ 8 T 2: 10 __ __
4 0' lot 1. la T F; [lekl.'. In J and run S 110 ft to land dedd' NWLI' of NWV and EY" of S I."nknow ______ 4.1t

9 add to Take Rutlor, __ .__00._ III 1 10 Unknown. . .7,59 to II Jon... thence E alone. IV3, -- -_-_ __.._____ 18 T 11 10 Unknown
Lot a> III T2wnyndtdd 10 Lak. Aid line of Jone land 350 ft !F' 0' NW" or SE" _..___ 1. 'II 10 Unknown _____ 11.
j i Dntler __ _ ___ II 10 1:. W. 6BDer _. ._ 146 thenc N along public road 14I lE' 0' NE" .n< NE' of SS'4 ??.-- 11
Lou 9 10 I II In T.. ,"'....nJ'1 Add I n. between Dike 1 and t.th"n. ________ T II 80 E. H. Jones _
to Lake Dutlr ___ 111 J 29 1. C. TIt..n ___oM .. .__.___, 8HI .. W along call lln. to of SW'yof SW ________ I T to __ ____ '.68
I Nt9 of NELe and 1'/1' J I CWII n 63: II 21) Iftl Ink..a: ._..___._.-.00.....__.._ 1/rt. I lu In Temple' *ub dlslon.. 21 1 21 I R. M. Sparkmao __ ... 1I.1t I .\ agaare on S . of SWI I I t."nknow ________ 1.10'f
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NW'' .._ _. .. q. I 10 IAO (.h'n .. ... .. ... _ __ ,1161 : 'C..m At :NW Car of C. nter SEti. lying A9 ,.d
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FRIDAY, Jl'LY 'lth. 1919- BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH_ ST\ KE. FLORIDA PAGE SEYKtt: rIContinuod r-.


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From Paile 8)) I farmer wants to raise cowpons. But; etrc" they \\ ill 1 be wnrth more money. MM5 A III1.1C1t'1'ITT.H'I\. I'1 ,'!.. .1..011'" "-u nrr reo
Tn.. 0 ,' '" .10.." fliii-,' If 'liny yuil HUMwhy th
SE Cor. -- __nn.n.h 20 7 21 1 L. G. Darr" .n.____...._____._____ 1.81 if they are sown durinjr July thoy I I Kill, or yaid' .ipart fivn the.1 hens, I'"" 1- ,1-1 "tli, 'iin ,"r( 1'nc Hunilri'il Mini Fifty>]
\ "' :q; Cor. uf E'' of SF' will mature in the fall when there" t the rmwtiiud. : prodiK-e betteriualty If have bilious attack irivuChameberlain's I'1'' . !' I 1''PnrH., ,protumptl I.. In- i io".1 l byM

_____h_________.__ 23 7 21 8 Mre. S. A. Gn .._...._.______.__ 2.20 is much of rain, becaue < \ fni I you a ''I I' "urt.. ihiiulil not be vnllilnti-l/ ami con.Hi .
,.r "'W' unn____..__ 24 7 21 80 1.... S. A. Gr.an _________.___._ 7.87 not so danger otrtr eatnijr. Tablets n trial. They miI.
.., ""' ur SW _hU_ 24 7 21 20 J. W. Wattenon __._.____..__._.___ 823 the rainy season will have I -- -. inv excellent. Willis Browning, In W "I'm Hi W>i.mif. I hmi- hnri'iinto ninred
: or ....w'' ur SE __u_.__ U 7 21 20 J. E. 1'one. _._____._____....._____ 8.8. plI""l.'d. MW: MAKKIUI; : LUI.N[:: >I K LAW inv ""...1 .in., ), llfl''i.il, \ Scnl. IhU the 261h tiny
." ,,\\ '. __..___u.n_ 2 ., 22 80 M. M. Grl1fla ___.______...._.__.__ 14.8t raUoiisbiirjr.: has this to say ,-f .Iviii- A n I'll'i' 1
;,', "r W'' ___hU___.___ 2 7 22 .0 Unknown _.__._____.________.__.__ 17.80E' The Florida Extension Division wife W. T. WEEKS
or I'W' _. _________..__ 3 7 22 40 S. A. Cat'\er _____._____...____... 18.83 recommend. that cowpens be planted' An ACT to Ueunl.ite: the Issiiiiitf\ of of tl"'l11bnul a year ajro my ri.'i'k! .r ill ri-..-iit., r,, \\ "r SE'' I,... 8 A In NE usoil a bottle of Chambcrlniu'M Tablet ('.'"n"'. Mula.\, 14 fl2741NnricB

Cor -__ _____n.h.u___ 8 ., 22 85 l'nknown __.____.________.__._..._ 18.11 in row from :2:! 1 to :iO inches apart. .Marri.ine/ I.H'i-n-e in I ho :Mate of ami they cured her of a hnd bil- :
.. r :-/ ..r SE' ot :NW\4\ I This will require about half a bushel Plorida! and I'rmidnit 1 / a lYn.iltyfor
'. \1 _. ________ 4 ., 22 89 Lumber & Su Co. .___._ ,, fromwin.
nu Qlllltle" ; p1, 8.4 t cultivations the \iiil.ition Tlurenf.li iu'i-i attack, 111-' of cim-tipiit' i n The Kiinril, i \" J or NW'' ..r SW I. _.___.__ 4 ., 2J 20 l"nknown _.__.__..__.______.__._ 10.18fE' of seeel to the acre- One or two for , runtv. Kliirliln., will riHM'lvo until
or SW''. ___._._________ 4 ., 22 .0 G. C. Sweat .__.____..___._____.__ 18.61 should! be given. Amonft > it Knacted:, h> the Lritisl.Kurr/ oftho ... hh". IKI- hi i n -iiiVi-rinir, i M. inliiv. Julv.th.. I'liK\ at 10 o'clock a. m.. j

.\ "I"nrc In !lE Cur of a 6 AI" the best varieties are Brabham and Stair of I lorid.i : I :- .1"" "'iii'l! liMn for ri'i-nlrlnv nil wooil work *n "wn. d 10)nolrew J rkoon. Mti'i'l' work on tho brlduu N. j
111 SE C..r ur SE'. ot NW6 ., 22 1 Qullll,.,. Lllnb.. 6Suppl,. C.o ____ 4.48 T....,.".. Section )1. l-'rom and after the .'. .. ,,,' ..'..',''.u.'' ...'_., I...-...'".. ,_._,Aorosi"'__L_ ..wtl. _
8 r..m at NW Cor. ot NWl., The peas will not only furnish hny, ) (''' of this Act it shall be uu 1 ii.i', : 1 Hullcr I.i'; hidden: ; to' r'I.h'ii.m;;; ; :
,.r SE' IInoi run S 4 0 rt. E I n i ml\ for rvpnirlnu wood work and paint for
630 ft. N 210 ft. W .ao ft, but they will protect and enrich the ln\\ful for any Oounty .'uoll:" in\ tlu- NEW it. ,,! mill I Iron, worku of mini. brlditc. Tim\ board

N 210 ft. W 21ft tt to he... n 6 7 22 4 n. I. Sparkman ____._________._._ 8.18 land during sum me... State of Florida to send out of hioiHce rrNDLE : "n ir, IH tl",< Hunt In ncci'pt or ri'jivt any and
1'')'. ..t NE'of NE' and SE'. ',II llltlMi
license siriieil
..f NEl _________..__.___n_ e ., 22 80 Ja.. Clark ._______________________ 27.83Do. ..- ---- any marriaire\ ( "r. HOTEL i II:> ..itlfr of the hourI. .
lit NW Cor. ot NW of SE' WHAT DKIIVK HIM TO Sl'IClDK blank tow 1 issued upon iipplic.it MMw I C. .\. ROBERTS.M'.M .

ond run S 62 rd., II: 80rd. I persons not in the othVc vf th<> J CICS'ONVIlf'( fLA.EllropI' Chairman.
.. N 52 rd.. W 80 rd. 10to.
W r WKKK8. Clerk.IIM / .
.." _. __n__ ___ ____ _.n______ 6 ., 2 1 Tho.. V. Joorter .__.._______________ 8.08E' A man was' found dead I on the I County J udlo:'". I| nPT l\'Compl t; ITodom ScrnoiwJovitjide 'n I l''l" (\..68t.MiritK .

". ot or NW'W'' of___JooE'_;_...__a_.d___:NW__. ., ., 23 eo O. C, Sw."t ______..______._.__.__ ".4\\ Withlachooehoe river who committed Si'C' 2. Thnt no County Ju.l>;: ,m room? SieinvUciteJ! Illi'upfll| in

1'1-: ___ __ _ ____u____ 7 ., 22160 Florin L. Jone. ________.__._______ 18.08 suicide uiuh'v the conviction that ho this State rhnll is"ue n Ik-en fitho tOllPClIOICOIV(1I'u.'lt( t,) Ev6rytKii\j-l\( : UK' SHFItlrT'S 8UU
'" h.i.i.v uht-n thnt undor nml
\\" \- ,d,,0 SW':-I ",,) of IInoi r< E'I.' ,.. I.R.. nr 2 was his own grandfather. So left I marrinn\-! any 1"" ''''>n", ,unK' I ,, t''of CirySerxd for Booklet( \ <" "< r i,tSfit rvrtjiin writ of execution liiflu bynt
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__ __ _.______ ., .__ _..__._____ __ __ the following letter: i there shall be lir..t d ,1 IT WINOLt W.jniTM. PSOP'8 i i n ,I.I.I.T, I Ih.! Deal of Ihn Clroult.
8 JobMOn 8.88 'ii .
Jot or "aY u. 22 18 1\Ia" preseiiti I __ _ _ou._____ .__ . , . ,. .. ,., '.. .... ............1....'. r'..........".. .........".'V.
1 \ ii N fin! nf W.. of NW I I married a widow with a grownup tiled 1 with him\ an iillliliu it in Will """, ;w- ,.........,..,. .&.--'IIIZIIIIIiI" : ,." #
NI f "Kioritln, date
f NK't: E of n n .__.____ 8 7 22 1 Harriet Odura ___.______....____... 2.51', I bi'iirlnu .
: father visited I "' i I in "or,'. A. l>. UUP.\ and !I.
K\V ,.f NW, and S'4 of NW I daughter.\ My our sipned 1 by bi-th parties\ to the mar: i\

of sn'i ____________h_.__ 8 7 22 60 Jas. Clark __._______.___..__._____ 12.24 hllll"'I'r often fell in love with riatru, inaiK- and subscribed bcftivsome I 1 The (julnlnc I'hoIl1,,,, \ i i' i I'u" lu.ij, \ > i I en Mr.nvn rnuii<
M.!.V> Cor. r NE'i._'_._exeunt_______10.__A___In___S. 10 7 22 80 Lavy Rhodon _._____.._.._.__...__. 13.00 I'my stepdaughter and married her.So ppi'xnn" authunzoil, by I., A t". I). i>i i ,' , i .\ \ , ii ,.,,: ': 'iiiul:I J. M HITIIV: and i' ;
ni i i v v. i. I i ''iii'lii'* lire dirfMidnnU, I
\ '111 SW Cor. of SEVi Of father became "on-in.law administer oath tin, II"
my reciting
1 I' my a-i ,
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NT'' ._________________ 10 7 22 10 Fred Bhoden ..______________.____. 8.85 mother because I., ., .f 'in,,.il' lll off r for null- bo-
F-' .or ::01and: SWVi of S ard my titoptlauehter my and correc* a net of suchptuiii' ', i 1 t ti <- Mrndfonl. County. Court .

,r' ",r ",W'.h___.:______ 11 7 22 80 Unknown ___.__._____.___.___.____ 22.28 Hho! was my father's wife.Siime unless bnu< uch parties", shall I Itho ,.' i I 'I'rula,, l"i'wiM n thu houn'i
f."r' :NW'I; _____._.____..__ 11 7 2240 Mrs. Ellrabf-th 0. QrilTls ___.____21.71 time afterwards wifelind 'li in nml 2 o'clock I'. m.. on |I
'- -f SW' ____ _____._____ 11 7 22 40 M. W. lrtn! ._________.__..___h_ 17.30 ; my) ugi" if enty-tine' > ein- \l'i \ o. 1011) tho foilowina |
All i.-.l :NIC'; of NEV:' _____- 18 7 22 BOO Unknown .._____________________. B2.43 a son. Ho was my father's bro '; vided, thatf (her of such\ IMI-' i I .,.-rly' .n'r.I..r: land j ji
_ _____ _._____ 14 7 22 610 Paul Bra. .. OS.Dl) uncle. i plrco of
All -- 00 ---------------- ----- ther-in-law and my fur ho i shnll litin, .- 'he line nf t t\i.. i 'Milt' of |lrndr ml.. Slato of

r. :-f HIV NE''! NEy, ': nnd, of NWV.NWVi of and NI' I was tlio l brother of my) stepmother.My one yearnuch ( ountynot Jtt '
\\ i of S\\" and SEVt ____e. ISV. ., 22 400 Paul Bro -. J5.TO : [ father's wife i. e., my stepliiuiu'htov issue a license" for, tho mai' i i > > n t\\o (Ui TowiiHlilp"ljunrtori oltchtl.'iiun
i"f SW'' if SE' ___._.__ 20 2Z 20 T. U :Murrby -.- 8.34 ,
had, n son. He was, ofenures lof such party unless there -h.ill. 1 I I Iwcnly-tw.i' lia!) ISaat..
NF'' nll.1 l i: of NWVi and
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I 1 II"1< f ,iNLjl of Ihn. Snilttmol'i
22 7 22 BIO Paul Pros. ...... .... 40.24 brother and the '
Ml 1 __ :_:::::::::::::::::: 23 7 22 IO I'aul Bn>H. :::: :::::::::: B5.B9: my) for he mean the first presented nnd Hied with bun ', \I*, "t T' til. ,*1\1'\ NorthfiiHt. QuarterVI

All _ ___ _______ 24 7 22 840 I'aul Urns. __._.__...__......___._. R5.Pt> :' time my grandchild, was written consent of the pnrent-" f 1 'itiin-"ii ,.''T> ( Towiwhlp Eluht::
All pscor-t- W' of RWV, ____. 25NW' 7 22 E60 I'aul Bros. __...._._._________.___. 4S.04 son of my daughter; such minor to such marriiur< '. "n ,ii:i n '! :one hundred';-t'nly-t' \ '" ii nnil i:{li nix Kaiti and

W,, i-f. :N'E'i: ,': and_____N'i__._u of__ _N_ 26 7 22 120 Paul Bros, __.__.____________.____. 11.1J I: :My wife was my grandmother, because Unowlednunt- administei n.uli I . i ',>i'itiliiiltlM'.-" rmlil. ofv'HUH xl-innt of Ihp acrei O. S,
\v
4 \ ,in NW Cor. of E'-j: of SW I' she was my mother's mother. thorlxed( by law to lake "MH h a I '. i'' n-l I.'M. South tin If lylnit Eii.t
"f NW' except 1 A for I t was my wife'* husband and grandchild kiiowlelmeiitii'ul adiniiiister nai'i' v. i no""v..t NoriliwoHt Quarter
ihureh _____.____...___.____ 27 7 22 8 Jennie nicknon ----.----.---.-..-. 1 63 1 : of Section
i.'uii.i.r 'iNK'11 Two
at the same time, and a* the provided thisection shall 11..1.i i
N'' of NE' nnd SWVi of M III'i i > n h i K.ulil;. IKI Siinlh. of Itiinaet
F'i nnil E'' of NWVi and N husand of a person's grandmother in where both l .
ply ca-e t i 'iii.t. in Itriiiirord County.i .
W nf NW -_ _______._h- 27 7 22 240 Paul Bros __._................___.. 81 04 any p.iien i ''i '"''i-in.I, '
F.:' of SW'', of NWV, _________. 28 7 22 20 J. H. Wilson ____.__________.__ 9.34 is his grandfather, hence I am my of such minor shall be deceii-i'd .it i i .IM, oi' '-innixTiy',',1.'' .1. M.b.lnrrovle,1 llfnoy\ ., anil upon will J
SW of NEM and III A on own grandfather.I the time of making \ fur, t
applicatmii' 1 i "I I f i Knl>> nnd will: .u< nolil l to the tMI
W Mile" of !"El', of NK'-i And I such mnrriaife license. I ,I. I linl..r| r...- each at Ilio tit,... ,
r \ N of n R In NW Cor. 'in I I.'M.' nl.K. ,, in. ntluil.. and will \liu mildi ,
,".f :NE'I; ': "' SK'', and In N m: ii.oiiiDitnosir.K: Sec. S. Any County JmU-e., nr., KKCOMMKNOKIl) : :\ I5Y I'NCI.K i, iin-r\' tin, nli< >\,> Hcrihi'il'.. oxceiitlon and
E; Cor ..r NWl, of SE'i -. 29 7 22 60 8. M. Itovi, Estate ........_______ 8.87 other, who Miall violate. anv\ i ..-t*
B \ In NE Cor nf NW' of N per-iuw S\M I FOR Till; MAI, VKIAJuinine. W .1.
__ ___ __ W. Saion _._______.__.__.____._. 2.20 KITKH80N.horlit. : : .
W _____ 29 7 22 EG. A great deal has been said about provision of thi".t.", !'hnll. upon' < llriiitfnn! County. IHorlilu.KM .

I..it,'NlM'llt f cf, E0': n'li" in ft _In___Hampton____ _.___ 30 7 22 W. O. Seals _____._____..____.___ 8.64 getting rid (>f the roosters. Should, j conviction thereof, be deemed trudt.\ ( One of tlio Three Iiigrtdiontuof :NT\ "Orll"A W-"M.KS for, IMnltililT., 6-S-6t. .
A'l N' nf NWi N of n nand the Florida poultryman follow the of a felony, and! shall be punishedI "

:>OW': ", "f SW' _ __ ____h 31 7 22 41 Paul Bros. ____.___..___....__... 4.22 example in :Missouri or New Cork ? I by) imprisonment in the State prismi, the ramotit .Malaria Mediflne,
SE'i' "f VW, nm! E"j of SW<4 Dr.illianm No. 101 Tonic Notice
ond W' of SE' ____n__.__ SI 7 22200 N. P. Cauthon .................... lA 0" At the Agricultural College, fur a !period of not more I than one

SE' nf SE'': _____ __ .______ _ 3 7 22 40 Unknown ...____.................. 8 92 at the Short Coures in January, I'r. iyeiir I or by fine not o excue-ed live -

Bet' nt PE Cor of NE'. of SR X. \VSanborn extension poultry The United, !States 1'ublie HealthPerviee !Six j months aftop jnte hr-rcof I will
nntl run N 210 yiln, W ''hundred dollars.See. .
140 ydli. S 210 )'d.. E 140 yds.ot husbandman! for Florida said : at Washington recommends pri'srnt vom-hom\ and, final accountS
-1. This Act shall take elfect'upon my
.. __._.______..____ 2 DO I .
.
betr __ _ __ _________ 84 7 22 8 E. .7. M RAe ,, , ,
-- quinine for malaria to which ' lid 1 \ nrlnld lie IIIIN i.iilli
N' of SE'i ________--- 38 7 22 80 G. M. Bennett ._.__._____________ 10(6 "If you owned a horse for which I its passage and approval by every '' rii.'tiirlly enin
3 A mm at RW Cor. nf NW. you had no further use would you the Governor. reputable physician agrees. This is. to Iho lion. Oeo. A. Gardiner, County.Tiidgo

nt PE'i': and run E 630 ft.N continue to keep him and pay for his I one of the ingredients in tho popular! of Urndford County Fin. and
210 ft. W 830 ft. S 210 fttn I Approved June !0), \101H.NO ! ,
hoir -: .-- 56 7 22 8 Jot. B. Holder ..____________._____ 424 feed ? When he poultry breeding\' i malaria medicine, I>r. Williams No. n k for my final discharge as administrator

Pi-if at n pt' f'5' yiU S of a r* season is over, and you will be thru ; in i: 101 Tonic, which! is prescribed by of the estate of Roderick Uaker -
R riuht of whore N
R
wny
on liniof S,... 2 cronnrii H R with the need of fertile epgs, dispose quite a number of prominent physlcijins -
I dIClIseIJ.I
rlalit of wny and rim N 40 ft of every male that will\ never be throughout thn malarial belt.They .
W T ft. S 4'l ftE. SB ft totvir The reffiKtratieiii! books of the town This of 1919.j. I
21th!
: day January .
better results from ,
__ 2.63 needed It is usual to say they get
.._ again. not keep
Unknown
in NE'' of NW, _.u_._ 2 8 22 -- ----- --- -------- of tll I'kc. [Florida, will bo open from. I
of NW'' and W'-i' of NW' the male for over one I it with their patients than if they ii. nrrcn.
same year.
SE'i
nnil SW'n___ __ 00___ 3W 8 22 2M N. F. Cauthcn .._________......__. 27.PD Unless of great breeding; value he July 7th to Autrust {th, IDIIi. for prescribed straight '1" lIlitH'. Or. Williams l-Ut-fimo. Admnlstrator. f
of NW, and NWV, of the registration. of electors.C. .
SW' nnd 1':1: -'. of !;SEV of S should l be sold or eaten. You cannot N... 101 Tonic not only containsquinine \
MolroM Manufacturing Co. .____... 1318 A. FUTCI1.IleKistiHtuni .
_ S B 22 110 I
W' -- on afford to produce fertile eggs thru which kills the malarial\ germ .
E', of NE", of NEM and 3 13of 1 nlticer town of Stake. Notice ,
but also iron which is. , tonic
F.'I of "E' of NK'i; and the summer month*. Tho "polled egiri rt splendid -

SW' of VEi: nndV'\ of i* (commonly tinfertile egg! and,) 7 .Jt:! and increases the appetite, Tha third Six months after;; data hereof I will ,

SW'f' ':NT'"W, nnd and NAV'l WVj anlVW' ofNT when von tne; In mnikft ,infertil"FOUND - ingredient i is magnesia, which reguliites \ vouchers nnd. final account i
present
":"\" J < ' LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES to tho lion.[ (:leo. A. fiardiner! County
'NT' vwi'and"ll III
;! ''f, : of \ Tonic m there-fore well\ lial.'inrodellicient .: .
,, up r: f f N'ft: ':!' nf NWHIM Judge' of Urndford County Kin., and I

i -;\\" of NW'i., excejit Rv IN AWOMAN'S / remedy. Try a bottle. Yourdrugirist ,, k for my final discharge\' at admin, \
,. r r., r nnd W' .. of N OFF can supply you.---fi-'JH-lt.: Ad
istratrix of tho ,late of J. E Barton
U' r '"t ,,.' \ of NWV, and BEDROOM --- -- -- -. - .- -- deccmed.! ,

]I" , N'VV: (exwpt In.A ., , - - ", u"r, ru '" ..or".... !

=wVrfnvr r<'
__ __ _____.__. 177 fh
e' = r.nS,1.\ .::::::..: n 8 22206 n. L. oah. ._ nn_
,
" 1 __.___. _____ n 4. callus off, w itli I fll1 'rii.'t 1-21-flmo. Administrate.OlthKR
:N; cpi' ______._____ .____ 12 822M John P. Pratt _n___ I'ein.ii kalile tie-utl ot a l lIi'm'n i ,; it;
; ___ 8 22 80 C. It. Drake ____h_.______________ 14.81 .. .. ._ '
N' .r vjr':: __ __u on 18 Made in n Tonn in It'ontia.aI; \ -- ---- -- - --- --- -- \\1

= N\v.m NW: .("or "'__SWH___ ____"__' 13 8 22I\ nobt Oale _00._________.._________ l.M W"l.I I,. ASPIRIN ,, ,tOil, 1'1'1111TIIIS. ,
In Clr.M.li I HI, !, f Plnrlda, Eighth.liidliinl
N' ,<'0\\' ht NF.''' and' W'IVn' _.__ .r : ; , llrinlfiiril: I ; , In Chan-
; : _! 14 8 22 3PO P. P. Clayton ____ __.._______ 8' 7 Cin-iiil. County
.I .r !'E' -- 16 8 22200 N. P. Cauthen ____..u___..______ 17..8NI'nr'rNF'T' Last Tuer-day" niirht just before n rv
SW'' nnd, VW: of SB"\ ---- >' 1N..I.I.
': *" or Ell: dayliKht a woman in Quitnum, Gn., : '
(
'
nm- 22 8 22 60 J. P. Thompaon and D. W. Moore .. 66} .iini'lninnrit..
noon feiund, in her bedroom a drove of Ask for Genuine VII
1 SW1'= ..f ",1'': an,1 Lota1 123 'Always .
'hnlrn Nun I,
__, __ 20 III
f 22 \!, Melrn Manufacturlne. Co 'n As. ,
22 quickly possible
__ __ mosciuitoe" ax
n.l I '' ___.____ 4.70 Hi fondmit.It .
__ ___ __
n ". Clayton
I' 53 <
____ .. 21 n
1'"r' VW'i _.__ ____ __ 2ft S"r' "F' __ n __ __ Mil rll.-il 'In ihahm, >. ulnleil' that
i 1 22 PO :'Molrn- MnnnfneturinB; Co. n 6.R9 I and began spruyinK it nrollnt!. rauw
_ ___. O
I-- nn.1' f _H _.____ __ B. M. nnWLINO.: Tat rollertor.IHMSS rliulni. Ni-nl.' Ihn ili'fi>nilnnl. thurrln. named lan ..
In less than wenty minutes every non-ri "iili-nt ,.f tin. Htnti* of Flllrl..... andnl.leit
uiio You will\ o In or tii'ar thn town" of (Cliauworlh 'inMurrny
mos<| was a corpse.
county. Rial of (imriila, ovur thuuv
; ; WIIII'nJ'E :Miss :Mamye Oliver was in Drook-I have the same experience if you will if 'Iwinty-onv yen.
\l.\nt\lT:
last :Saturday: afternoon. ft.it) for mosiuitocn'| >l and Hies. Torment It in tlu-r<>fori> unit-rid, thnt nnl l non-n..lilrntlefin ,
er
AHR! BKST .'lnnl' bo nml In ln.ri'tiv rcimiriMl. tn mipcarto
:Miss! Edna Baxter, of i is a new preparation/ manufacjterecl the hill of riitn, ,nl III.-I In unld ca'imi, on

Sunday:: here the Kuest! of MiMamie : < by The (!: I!:. Williams\ ruin- or I".'".... 110I.."".". 'HIM 7lh ilay of .'"Iy. 1\. l'. I
spent
i the time to -tnrt fattening 1 I ,I'lHI.. fit, hf.ru Iwff liu. _II.'....li.nH ... naiil hill Mtlllhi. ...
Now : : Pinhol.t"r. I puny Quitnian. Ca.! It hII" death : A"llirin"Thll'l tnlien; nt*";ri.nf: ;'iNfil;:;I''hv"until :defendant.II i: ;';i .' i
at l 10 a jt'i 111.- and nin-iiii'iii'-i.' |' will 11' -f.i-n lu fiiitln.r o.ilerod Hint IhU nnler Iw pub.
The hUll market) :\11'". I.. Anderson of D" Dctolier market. ty : on are g'enuinu"III1Y"I' lhel nnee A vn' fur ((1 v P C.IION cOllin WMkaIn
clntlllnir f'll' ,,, , .tli--i
li.'IIK .
II-H- '
,
of\ B.Surrency .
home ,
and the was a visior at the ih" rti'iidr.rd ( "unity Teli'i/rfiiili a nvwiipa*
the Tablets if oVllo.1IInd
nt t that time i N at top afternoon.Miss :| r..tel\; hill, '111- ' 1 I 1 .11 'i" JHi ( Aspirin, ,p. r inilill-h.l,,', 'in ." .1, r"nn". >'tat>.
Florida, fanner, can ,secure the bcno Thursday itLJin made by Anu-ricarm and proved, Thlil M... 2Mth. IUID.I .
'
Saturday : .- i' IJ) "I., i I I" -.1' 1 I I. i
fi'' of thi- market if he will befrin : Fiona Surn-ncy spent : I, Pi', f.,. h . -ufe. by millions of pe-ople. Unknown W T. WProK: : .
i.i- !
i i Clerk f roiilt Court.Hv .
I
afternoon in Brooker:, and \\ :"i
at thn time, -.a)'* H.V.. niacklot-k, ,, sulfur/ : A tiny !bottle of 'luantitieH of fraudulent Aspirin Tab. 1A.. WKKKH.: :
of the Ext .
in \Vorthineinlast I. ,:,1\i "cot-i but a few cents at any \ /. MiKISS.'
Joe was
': -' \icncidture.. The averageprice Surrency .' -tire.( .Apply few. drops on the I dealer which proved to bo composed &.Hi'ii,or for Complnlnant. 88061.iiKiiF.ii .
= morninir. '
paid for hoi** on IheChiea'u Saturday Im..II'I. of 1'1110'11111'owlcr.\ .
skin" Lot- - --- -
Iln/i-n ' i 111111-"" .UK nutrki-t during Septemher for Ralph and Emery Bn"-ki, -1'! I > .' (...'t. the-n lift them off. | "flayer Tablets. of Aspirin" should Mm' l'I'nll\T'II'

the la-t four year* is 3\\\'l, per hun- Saturday afternoon in i \\'h'lI I->' removes corns from always be asked fur.. Then look for In ("Irr,, ', Court Mint* of Plnrlda.In.Ii. EI.hllt

droii atrainst' an averaire price of $9.09 Carl Ward was in .Tm-k--m' ,ill- ; Keep Well ti--s' or -o-/.iine calluses from the bottom I the safety "Bayer: Cross"Jn tho puck'are "l1t'! Cirruii., llruilforil. County, In ChanKry -

for January) ,durinir the same year. The part of last week. ""r '"' --t. the flkin beneath is left pink and on each tablet. Accept noth- .1., nun fllover.fitinplalnant..

same hol.N. true of the market at Jacksonvilk Chalie Fowler win in Hi.n.kei, , 'u' .. .1 h< althy anj never sore, tender or i 'mtf\' else! Proper! directions and doH- .

-, achoieo hoirs Kill peiunds, urday afternoon.Mr. Do not of allow the If' n-.d.. -Adv. No. 285. I afc in ('u'hilpirin package'. 1.1.,1,. Cllv va..

up solil fir 17.50() to $18 I soft hasis on : and :Mr*. E. I' A'-li- i looJ poisons to accumulate undigested in .. Aspirin i is tho trado mark of Buyer |n i fendant.T. .

October! .">, lHs! : and on January 11 and son, Kay spent :Sui-l.i: !I"" ' your bowels where they MICKIE SAYS I Manufacture of Monoaccticacidcstornf T.;:.!"IlI.l Cliivnr, Vahlnala. araraln. Oreet- .

lulu! the' same irrade of hojrs broujrht the home of ,\. B. Surii1.Urady are aborted into your ::uli'yli"a..iI.-/\clv. No. 128.OKIIFIC It flMicarfnir" by nfflitavlt appanilvd to lh.

only: from ;oq :I..i! to $1 li.0-: ; On our Baxter of /Hi----i: ;, 'I" system. Indigestion, constipation rJ I I 11)1) fll,, d ,In HID ahov* Hatml cami. that
;;. 'i SMi1IMES, t 'M'S"' --- , la.
: headache bad tie d> fi ndiiot therein namnl' a nan-rvaln
(1\' II market this meanH a dilTerenee of here with friendO. -- .
Sunday _' so's = uf the Hinlci "t Klurhln, , hut In a rmlilcnt of
blood and \JIIIU A r>oo
.I.-. i I'l'I' hundretl in favor of the fall WHazen wa< in .Ii-- !. . numerous rOH I'l'lllIII "' \- ihd I mil.I, ft'n'' .'. nf America, tn-wlt t Val
other troubles are bound COOI.O. SIC'" NOO ONTO 1'"E. flrl"lil C..llrt. pi ui'" a few days last week. to follow. Keep your : Er.\'t.Q. ...0 C.OME IN.\N..N I I lr"iill., lli'niir.nil r, 'inty In Ch.uKriy'luu'Iiy i_ (." i r I he mrv nf twenty-onir yvar*.
puwelirhinu! from VO pounels up II. f Surrency -I.I "i-.r system clean as thousands l.nnil.irinI, Supply ('uniimny, Hf It n"., ..f..,re urilen-il' that laid nhn.r..I"e"t
'oN 'Q.e ,,)E1'oaov1'! > e."O'4 ih r. >,ii'nnt tie an'l' 111 hereby ri'iiulrvil' tn apptiarn
last i"iiition" C'oniplnlnfint.
feed,I by July 13; oUJtht; to here part of week.Dr. of others do, by .1 .
if on ; '
pliicod ,. '1" OO 1'0 >1t. Ss. 'N,1' I VII.II iii* lull" f.f complaint' nt4.il In nald cauia onor
wi-iirh! ar..i.iiiil. 200! pounds by October and :Mrs. W. II. !1" taking an occasional dose A fthn ,-r, tril.llnv ii- H \ Sliuv. rC''IIHIMIIV .I." f'MMonday., th. 7lh day rf July. A. D.
the Florida farmer Jacksonville are the !L-I- 1 i' h cf)f the old) reliable, veg! "" ,j\I 0.N. .o 0' C.OP"'iof. mi'l II <' l-fiili'hl"n. "n.'"", i, t II. ''I.. .. '.. ." r"-l. I lie iiileKHtKiim" "if >alil bill will
ir:>. and,, will pay etable, 'family liver medi .. ", \ too\ "" ", < Uio! \1e.", c HuirtiinHnn' ....1 e:"jmiinv ftif.inliintII liif (In..n IM C'lnfetMiftd by afd ilffindant.
to "elect! what hotys he hat weiuhedinir parents, :Mr. and :MrI I r.: .- i- '- cine. > I ntiftt-'n-" l.v Mf'ili.' I iliii'lil.-l] | In th' It firthir rili. >r.d .thnt thin i.nler/ bu tuih*
o/'oAO
e.
....... .. ... ........I..., ".. _n",1.... hpO'in.. ... _'_"U..n._ t.hl._...... wp..k... __ 'J. ,-CP1 1'"e. P"" > l-ill tll."l "i, I'' ol"'n.1, ,, ."'... 'lltnl... fr \ 'Ule.l. ,' .ioci .a wfk for ri'if cwim.e'iti, ; .v.. "iIn
"'" II "I' n. 00 Hi", \ v.1 uS 11>...... Q, >oC'r" OI "" r ,I. r. n.//.. t".r.I; ; 'm..iI : ; tinHrn,..lfnnl ('o..v Ti-l.yranh. n ". ."a.
them to secure the hipth price Clyde'a..d was a vi.-iti.i i JtW ,. I" "* ,1,11.1..1!! ) I'i n I I. 'i-ity nn I ..int*.
Thedford'sBlackDraught ' ami.' <.r Finr.'
e> Eo S I I :: : t"I'I': i..r:: : I Witi- /If' norm, ,i. I. TV' ' i '
,
,
which will,!! likely be paid by the or Sunday, afternoon -- I iIn. mil i r , UimtiiHvll!,> !riSluV .
,
: ,
\ .
I I IIII" , , uni'l f ire n- 1 n my hn-i'l ft'' f' -.00' \
i 1,1 f I} v I i tli
packer* this fall. While every farmer Ilarley and Ralph /Ila'-i." <" -... n.... f ',' II* v.'l,", |l II'. r, '. ro., '. . .'"v" W"v... \ I' ; "

not have enough for a car visitors to Drooker Hundiiy-: \ c I I ,I.. "",' ." I ........ .,.1.0'' ., ,. "., ,,,,,I II '.\ J' .. 1'1':1\: <.
may) Mamie Pinlv.l-t.'i-: l :M \" I .t. .i., ,' I I,. ,,1 0, ? ? .? II.. I l', | r .. ,?. I >r'* relnit. t -i"
Miss
,M-M'i-al! farmerin a community can , r,' il ,. ,. ,I 1'"".. .. ", '.. r. M.I... .'v U V WKFKtf. :
r.ijrether and' load a car cooperative Edna Baxter of Bru" <.il. put : ; \ ., . , II' i A I \M :
of Vera and Ro-a :S ini i j -I iiin. f .1 I I '", i /Ull'
I ly.; ( ; ". r, .| I ., .,,1,1 ,!,.f.m/i.! I i inlnant '
The inure< hott* the Floriela former ]i Sunday raorniniz.Messrs. r I ,I- ,.i- .,..10.! >. ,| n 1,. i, 'i.i i. -
Mrs. \V. F. Pickle
\\ of I .- '. , :: -,1'1I--- ,
before the corn- : [ Wade Ilarrell. at-i ? I"-i I" ii r" r fl.t ,
1----
(mi ft, t-i market Rising! Fawn.Oa. writes: .t, I'M, I r.'iintv ,. .
fed h-iir- of thecorn, belt! reach mar- Crews were tran-ttet I i.ir; li'-.i' "\Ve ha. e used Thed vdJ{ Y .,. ., 01 ('..", i I" 0" ".,, 1 . .
Saturday evemnirMis ford's bin.k-1 , -" 1'1 .' "
kctho. n.oie. money he will\ Bet from Crooker Draught as ,.
'olal11l"'Inh\ .;; '- .'. M! a family medl M/\ / I
: lne.
hih.ir. (1"1>. Spanish: peanuts, cown I, p./ (".
make rood 1 feed day for Jacksonville whrr motherin.'auhl' < not : /*4? I \ 7 ,',. r., .s
n"d| mrly corn (
] n- : . takccai' n ''as it seemed \ i : r ;
t-i ,1-1 tin- and the farmer who has I -' ume her woik a- .1V. t jo strix( for h-r: so she \. -_ ---- ----, \ J.I J.

the-e feeds will profit by preparing I W. C. A- used |j i k -I.r.- light as a 1 ,flTH'''' I ,. 1" y r I I''
- I I
1 L :I-!! -i hojr.for" the fall market. -- in. d !laxative and liver - --J-; "
PLANT COW TEAS 1 IN JIM K'' |{ reK'Jlat'ir' . \Ve use It Asp -= '. t. ..,' I'. '. n.

PINE iiiu, 11'1')1'I; I HAV Illhe i.iv"y. and be'teve' -. ., .. .. "I. No Worm- II Healthy Cliiltl
r
It is the h'' ,t :titui'.ie i for 1 ..
Ail\ ihll.lr.-i T l ii i >.- run h.i ihaihy "
Charles : There I is no better hay -1.1, i Me liven r; ado. Try It. !', : -. ,1,1.\, > '
n ii
IT.Hill.. July 4-:>11'. i .
Insist on the genuine- ,. "
; "' '
lili.: .1''I'h.! of Raiford, was here cowpea hay. The ifrei'" r Thedford's. :2jC: a pack- : \- ,. ,. 0\\ (r.v.,: vr d ,S r. I I' -ir' ,, II-1 l'iM' ni.I<" Ji Ii ''t'tI
with cowpea hay is in i u : .' ,, \ .
the E-75
guest Ii
la.tVeilneday afternoon aze. ..11' r l N ' ,11" f
is especially true in Florida, ." ;ir Ja' : y. '." > tIny 1-:...., I...( .:.,- -.:....., ...,.| III jalj'l' '
of frirrdA. < : -
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I IJ Mr and Airs. Cason of near La- :Mrs Cowart, of Fort Ogden, IS i members are urged,i to be present.

'I t .CLASSIFIED.ADVERTISING/ MU-S" were shopping in our town henM itmg fiiendanj" relatives. :Mrs. J. C, Crews and daught.t .

lu-t Saturday. :Mis J. L. Eubanks and little daughter Blanche, of Old Bradford w er .' ..
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Mix: Lave Andreu is visiting her Eil>th-Jewel. are visiting relatives ,lour town shopping last. S.itui d.! (.:..

News Items alec(', :Miss[ Daisy Lewis, of Raiford, I m ,Jack onvlle this week morning..

ONE ( ES I A WORD FOR EAch ISiLE. :Mullie Surrency of Pint !It'll; was EMuiiBaxter and Carl Lewis were -.
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CASH IN ARYArEAdv.rtirrm.nu ill our town :Monday afternoon, in Staike lat Suttlulay afternoon! ( \MHERL.\I.\ \'> COJ.CSl) )

-=:-. =- -=, ==="="' muni b. paid In advance.Jnitrtrd under No .dirrtf Ihm. '.imvnl Mod :MI-S :Margaret[ Lewis is very ill I T, :N; Lnnbaugh, of Starke, was in i I \RRIIonv) Ill:>IEJ\[

t lMtr..Hng Facts Gathered During the Week by OurReular for on. tnifrtlon accepted ,for 10,.. Ih.n It lit thi writing. I our town last Friday.

-. -- :Mr. und :Mrs[ :M. Garrett, of Jack- (|I :Mrs. L. C. Ha cn was on the sick j Every family should keep the m,'
Correspondents.HAMI'iON -
"fit H I. ''It; S\Li: : : (t..HEAP': -Om' mule-- -on\ille, spent the weekend herewith list lust Uf.-k dicine at hand rlm'inthe\ hot n.,,.1'Ih..1'
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1 1.111111< "pound". Jnhn Fiiego, I.awtty Mrs. Jarrett's parents, :'11', and )I I
:Mann and Leila Mae[ Andu'U have : -- Mu. f i'7-Jt: : :Mrs E. L. Crosby i I IMrs.I : Frank Andreu. of :Xew River. sine to be needed befuu ti i ,

i joy very much the I !N.nd.i' "'uii'.liii:uwain : Mr: .J. Surrcmy and children, of!.| J. H. demon" and -''1)n, '\'. II Clem- summer. i iO'l'l' and when that tune
FOR KAI.K ;Jl head choice stock 'I
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') and ether! fri'md. and lelatives ; ( Graham, have been vsiting her par Doss of Jacksonville, were attending tome.* ,it I+ worth many times "i
little. For price etc, apply>I to S. ;Mis II. [L. I(
entMr.; Osteen.
I Mr. und :\[rs.Gelgtl' will Ve. deligh'-d! to lejrn e.fnis and I I to business in Sturke :Monday.Messrs. I cost It has no superior for the pirpn J -
Hamilton" July :M. I ", Lake Butler, Fla. It
Dnggej': : Frank Stokes who has been for j I
of Alachua county, were sale: arrival husk: home. I : [ :'Iel'lnnd"I'lIon and S. >e for which it is intended
i transacting, business in Hampton I :Miss Florence Pull is visiting relatives some time in the service, is home Carry of St. Petersburg, spent part'

: in and around! Waldo. FOR: S.\LJ---Two: registered hipbone with a honorable ,dischatge.! of last week here with :Mr. Anderson's Unhappy In Friendship.
last Saturday.Mr. I'olanil China boar pigs, live R A. Andreu spent the first part
Strickland, of Starke,' The ':irmi-rs of t ll'is" section arc uncle :Mr.[ L Anderson.Fiazier Many people expect too lunch from
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[ Dewey
months old 'uf the week in Jacksonville
welsh 125:! pounda.Chtsl..y !
rt visitor to Hampton last Sat lai.mc. idvahtflije! tic rumwea' Shaw is. home on a visit. their frli-u.ls..; They\ niiiy I tlit-nmclvus' :!
1 won a ,. Fogg, Graham, Fla.: 7-1-t:! :11'. :Murphy, of Clayton, was! In
' urday.Mr. ther h 1 ; -oiling .w' ct potut.ji'S.II. II. C. Surrency sp..ntlonll1; }' afternoon be so thoroughly! gfiuiine and l sincere
; of Therossa's J". :Xocburk am I last H! J-1'niitcr:; our town ;Monday afternoon. with relatives at Tine Hill. that they expect all tlicir friends to bo
; D U :Moore, one
FOR SALn':-:UDO.OOO) ) :Missionary :Miss Ollie Hague, of Old Bradford,
successful farmers, was transacting d-I e:. M! ont Sa'"r..v" if'' : und J. C. Cone was in Lawtey part of the same. and ulicti. they discover
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i and Klondyke strawberry town Saturday afteinoon.
plants was in
'.t Y 10 our I
lastwf.ok. !Ssat: it Lh'I"\Ii/\ : last week. little faults In their Idols they feel the
business in Hampton/ one day for sale, 2 miles north of Staike. Mr.I and! :Mrs. E. G. Andreu and
L, th.r 1i oinas R .1,10'1 k dlxappolntiiieut most acutely. Do Out
A. B,
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Surrency was our townin
A. G. Green. Roy Sunday at the homeof
!Lawrence Kin/ of Icon spent I ,
ird :Mrs I stunrliird' then
Mr too
pitch your high you
I, Mr. )Driggers, e.f Starke. was! a A. H. Surrency of Pine Hll. our town Thursday afternoon en-
'i few days here eurin less have 1 Idol\ shat
visitor to Hampton last L Io.j.r pcnl i route from Graham. are likely to your
business .. '., .t week .villi: relatives. FOR SALE-:My ten acre farm half :Miss Rosa Surrency of Pine Hill, The tered. Try to remember that friends
week friends of Willie :Mae[
attended Litll.'o1: i..s Mattio: Roebuck, of mile southeast of Sturke, under was in our town lust Saturday afternoon many "" 110.1'1'' disappoint, us If we observe
Those from Hampton who Olliver, of Pine Hill/ regret to learnof
I and home
'i the Sunday School Convention at Florohome, is. here visiting her un- food wire fence, most of it stump. was accompanied her recent illness. two simple rules : (1) to find out I

Lake Butler last Saturday w.'wrs.: ale und aunt, :Mr. and ;Mrs. H. S. ed well drained; 0 room cottage by Inez Abernately. :Mr. n. T. Stewart has move I his what they are ; ((2) to expect them to
E. Andreu Sr.
and barn. i D.V., :Manning. 0-27-21:! was Worthing-- that.
Roebuck. ue Juat
1 M. E :\la"lire11'11., : J. 1//. McGru- ton last Saturday afternoon. famly to Willeford where he is em I

der, :Mr. .1. K.: Stanley, :\11'. Jasper ,1'Well boys, the Fourth is here, FOR SALE Twenty farm :3 I II. 1'. Gainey was in Jacksonvillelast I ployed. \lioi.'T nStfox
D acre
,\lIpn.o1.el1e, : :\1 with these boys, miles! went of Law toy on Law-ley I begins in the mouth f.
hands Digestion
Gnflin and Cereal :Manarie. i We'll shake at Lake Butler last Saturday and
and Raiford road. Severn! thousand :Mrs E. J. Ward,I and daughter, I
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The should be
:Mrs. S. A. Saxon who has been who long had gone, Sunday., : food thoroughly: masticated
visiting friends and, relatives at Graham To light for fiuedom, not the wrong, berry plants. Third of crop :Miss Olga, were in Alachua last I [ : and! insalivated ..before it IS \b

for several weeks, returned to I But1.11! thank the Lord, in our for. 91.-UO.UO.:; H. S. Norman 7-l-4t Saturday.Mrs. i occupy-ing : [ {I I swallowed, When this is habiti '

her home here liwt Friday.Rev. I usual way, 1 : .I. Shriver and daughter, Marguerite :Mr. Dukes., of Pine Hill/! was in I i unity neglected stomach trouble UI

I J. E.: Stanley who has been For !spearing 1 us this glorious day." W.\ TIVluJCl1olia: leaves in ,afternoon.Miss were in. Staike last Wednesday : I our burg trading last Saturday.Remember I almost! sure to follow. If you now

conducting' a successful series of I I : [ puantity, sue three to four inches! prayer meeting I next have indigestion eat no beef or veal

meetings here, left on the G S. & return-pd Cash paid, in advanc State refer : [ Edna: Baxter was the guest Sunday night at the Flee, Will Baptist -and I sparingly:) of other meats, maa- ,

{ [F. train last :Monday[ morning. Il1t Worthington Springs with relj.tivc.s. ence. Gloria! Products, i'J:! CongressSt. of1i: Mamie: Pinholster of Pine church at 80: new time I ticate your food thoroughly and you I;

:Mr nod :Mrs. C. K.: Harper, Miss .i ., Brooklyn :-.:. V. 7 I I-It Hill, last Sunday. D.I \\'. PmhoKtei Si.. of Pine Hill may recover without taking any ,
I :Mr.[ W. S. Nabb, who has been at
Eva Williams, :Mr. and :Mrs.[ W. T. I Jake Lee and, sisters Lillie, nndIlva \passed. through out' town lat Tue-- mc'duine! If your bowels arc constipated I
i < Dunnullon for the past week, returned '
I"lOxon11'1.: Sullivan, :Mrs. J. II. Tol- : and the :Misses Collins, of LakeSide -TI'IJ-Go(1I1:: farm hand who is '. day afternoon' entente' tu :taike: 1 take Chamberlain's Tablet -
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I bert and little "011. went to Silver were in our midst Sunday aft not afiaid of work, and family, to Pine Hill Lodge :N"<: !ti. F. & A.M. >. Tlw:v not only cause a gentlumovement
:Mr
help. White colored) :Must haveicforence. Grady Kelly lift last Monday:
:' Springs last Sunday. ernoon. or : will hold its regular meeting' next of he bowels but aid digestion -

1"; i, Rev. Jenkins, t> fhet ? Last week scorned, to be fishlnlCw.k Lake Hutler.. Apply to J. 1-. Bennett: school.for Madison, where he will attend Saturday afternoon, July .">th. All I and strengthen the stomach. I l

the :M. E':. church I fi-27-lt:!
[Rev. Jenkins, of with a number of men. During I Guy Pmholster\ was in Starke lat I

1 1 preached ut Hampton last Sunday I the week on Smith lake there TF.IJ-Fanns and, unimprovedlands. I Wednesday. afternoon. ( lli'J1IIDiDIDm! Ki !

. evening.Mr., I were Sidney Triest :M. :M. Brinson, To complete my list I need i 1It/ Brown is doing some r'pait'l) CALL Al THE KtW CASH MEAT MARKET I
Clinton Diirden, visited his :Madison, John and, William Hall, several more farms for sale. Writeme work at the homo of G. N. 1

i U'' father, T..1. Dunlen lust week. Kilmer Woodard, Calvin Triest Sam description; have several buyers Pine Hill.C. I : Round Steak 30c per lb. 2 Ibs. 55c I

I The many friends of :Mr. II. E. Swindel and Hen lIsller. All had, now for them. R. A. Snyder, :N.<: Wilson and son, Lloyd, have i Loin Steak 3Se lb. 2 lbs.65c .
Wynn were made very sad, last Tuesday good luck. Sidney Triest and been per ,
ill. very Drawer I U. Lake Butler, Fla. 7-4-31 visiting relatives at New berry
;.( ; when they heard of his death M. M. Brinson returning home with and Lacross., Sausage 35c per Ib. 2 Ibs. 65c. )

:: which occured: about 9!) a. m, Tues two more of those bouncing big LOST-One red and, white heifer; ''t I :Mr.[ John Groover, of Jacksonville Sausage Meat 25c per lb.

i.l i day. trout. one hip knocked down; marked spent part of last week here with Beef Stew 15 and 18c.

: I Mrs D. W. :Moore of Thercssa :Mrs. T. R. Triest was a week-end swallow-fork and under-bit in one relatives and friends
Beef
I was a visitor o Hampton lust Tuesday \isitor to imnesvilk several l daysi ear, under slope in the other; branded l 1)1'> A. F:. Russell was in Starke Liver 20c Pork Chops 30c

", morning. I Ilit i I ago. J. S. Last seen between Hrooker one day last week. J. J RIG I (U j S, #.;osf: starke [Fla., Phone 69

lit I Miss. Gladys Prescott of Sampson lien Hall enjoyed, a visit to Silver and New River. Notify Chas. Niles, '' :Mrs. L T. O teen left last Wed. r BgaaaEjr aaaaocMBiaBgMXJ

( City und her father, were e-alled to I Springs Sunday. Route 2, Starke. 6-27-21 j Ill'sriay for Plant City where he has (t

{ the bedside, of her uncle, Mr. II. C. I I. Miss Dora :McEwcn': of Lake Side, accepted a position ti i

1.J t Wynn, last Monday. was a visitor a day or two during FOR SALE-Three Jersey cows, ones Little Mildred: Cone spent last

thetvkend, at the home of n.! :M. row with male calf, now giving week in Lawtey wth her aunt, :Mrs" :

t TIIKRISSThoressa : : .\ Itennett.Mis. about 3 1-2 rations; another with Thede SUNDAY EXCURSION

: :M. 7.. Sullivan was on the heifer calf] !giving :3! gallons; another :Mrs Andreu and daughter, Mrs ,

) July I.-Blunton Ovvsleyleft \ sick list last week without calf, 10\ quarts daily. O. II. Ha/ten! spent last Wednesdayat =
lk i'i Joe Truby, of Sturke, was in our $ WO each. S.'II.: Dritfgers Lake the home of J. C. Cone.Messrs I
Sunday night for Lakeland,
1, r I. .. ..mhl..1. burg :Monday. Hutler G-2;-t:! : A. A. llaien and A. Bcurrency RATES NOW IN FORCE
w.tent' .I( wpeter 'r'll I' ."I".. ... 1)v cnr- <'d' 1 1I
fur tune. I :Miss Ida Hagan spent a few days anti son Joe, spent., the hit I \
some FOR SALE Secon.l hand :Mathus- 'of the week In Jacksonville
I 1 recently in Jacksonville with relatives :
:Mr. IInlIrs.: n.luol'l': attended
and friends hek piano:<: ewlIavisVinlC", machine I Rhoda and Retn Brown, of near TO W WORTHINGTON
s the IJnlnllt'linjr: at Kingsley
Lake Saturday.Mr. | :Mr.t Jim Phillips, Sr., returned, wardrobe, range/ refrigerator here, attended. the canning 1 lessons : \

home fl'omIinml: one day last week, dressers iron bedsteads, given by :Miss Flora I.. Clower, the I
and Mrs.I '' W. T. Wallace'were !
visitors after n few months stay there springs, all other housekeeping furnishings county demonstration ugcn.t of

to Hampton Saturdayiifternoon. / | Arthur Bennett was a visitor to Bargain: for cash. :Mrs.[ Staike, at Iranker! school house last i SPRINGS ON A. C. L.

i( Silver Springs Sund.iy. III. J. Stewart Lake liptlcr: 0-27-2t* Tuesday I :
r I Hal'l'en Molt and Lonnie Higlitow-! ,
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Dave Green of the Pine Hill
('r, of I lr!i Luke Butler Sunday.The wax in our town Monday afternoon
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I's Iliiiran and Rhexlit, Hagan at Sampson City with friends. I IM IllIrlhll SUNDAY ROUND
mO-I' man friends, of 1 E. Thomas TRIP FARES AS
tored to New liver !Sunday' and : Norton( I II
ire. sorry to hear that he is. W. Andreu, of :Now' River in
S, t % tended! the Convention.Mr I|I Sund.iy, night at n late hour the | ing from an attack of ( 8ulf..r'l "ui' town lIlurdllIlftt'I'noun.. was FOLLOWS:
*' Klhrrt; Siblev, of Staike, was Angel eif death entered" the home of i ;
I ensi, I! I.. A. Brown motored to Waldo
h, here a few days during In..tIeek. !Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. :Norton' and dePorted I j,: .,
William Drown and :Miss i
sister i st Wi'dm-dav afternoon. From Lake Butler 30c.
visiting "relatives und friends. the life Ii of their little suffering I I
Fl / :Mabel, attended church at Olusteo j Ah, in lemons, of Pine Hill, wasin
!Sam' and Willi.wlll:: : Sunday.. (tin"' town Sunday nftiinnnn.Titiby Raiford AQrJohnston _-.
-ting Hituuds! .i<>.\is|! "1 u"u.isin.x.i| ,iti) i she Ih'('" would have been elevenI ;
: ,
I :Mr IIn(1hK, O. V Brooks of ('mhullltuttendl',1\ the I
day. months old the fourth of July. Littie
I Providence were visiting relatives "I'tun, at lake Butler Saturday and 49c.
f Misses Kdith:, and :M.irle Tolllns rev I, Martha unYifd. contensely for Moir< Sunday, .";

; I turned to their home Thursday nfterilium '' about five weeks. All was done that :Mr. and ;Mrs.[ W }[. Thomas vt unda'I'I'\ sad, iMnt otcured at the Baldwin $1.13

I lit I Lake Side from (JI''en'l' hiving und willing! hands( eould do near Raiford! visited the lntterf pa-I ''mire of ':Mr, and :Mrharlie[" )' Llteh- ay .

:Citings: I where they spent n fewi but to no avail Fur the Lord says ,, l'l'lItl'11': and :Mrs.[ I. E. Thoma+' 1 tiild la + i die!:, > taking the teacher" i> :'''nlIl1-; Suffer little children tu ,:
unto
come :, last weekH 'heir little, s m died! almost ALSO
,1 tl''" i 1 :Mi I o for such is the Kingdom of oUOldtnIY'1 SPECIAL WEEK END RATES
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M.Ii n..n'l K::.. Brown was a business viitai from eating poison' berries.
..!" Tulia IIcH-i-fp-er\ n xisitincricl.itives | v'n.nd we feel that another little
Jacksonville! week I efun,
to one day lust while! out plus inir' Dr. Ciin1-' :
r near' Voithingto Snrings.D. soul has gone to rest and will be'I ,
1)i i Eugene: Douglass made a businessto f >i t 1011,1 I Ruel''! were summoned im-
T. (Gitlfnyle.! -if Oitiln. ;is spending forever '
blesse. Thv burial took ,
DANCES
; Dukes Tuesday "niedmU-1.;; but the little one wal l In'- EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
r few days here, with his father-' : .
a
pll1..ero'hln afternoon at (lope ,. ,
I Tommie Crawford is attending n ,11,1 I m"> dual aid The ;interment
,, in-law. Uncle* Jim King and other
if' 'cenetery where tho little h."ly11" sine at Trenton this week.Hrndie '"oU pl.ui List Fi'tiny afternoon lit I
r; i dativesClaude laid to rest. to await the great judg- '! :Muell, of Worthington Hramlfeird cemetery The town and.
j, :May spent, a f.-\v tiny recently meat day. The funeral, will not beheld '
I was in this community Saturday 'nii-n:'' .,' e'.!(l'l1d] ti the fnmil
to Lacrosse with relatives.Mrs. until! some time in the future ;i evening. 'lien heartfelt vmputhyTTENTION

S. P. Guffoid has gun,' on to. :, us the request. of the parents were I| W J.. Thomas, of Starko, visited I ---- - MUSIC BY UNIVERSITY JAZZ BANDFollow I

5 'Worth. Ga.. whl're1.\ <' will visit reltils. I'':'to have 1:1'I I D. L Phillips to per. his brother. I. E. Thomas, last week.. I

;y t 1 f"I'11thl'" last sad rites, and they Curl- -Drown was visiting friendsin - I
S. n. Woodard wire n visitor to.New I I failed I 1 ..\
j to get n message to him in Lake Duller Sunday. !
e. ii River I the crowd on the Fourth. Come ,to Worthington
% Sunday.Misses :I time :Many beautiful floral otfer- Dr. :Mnines mode a visit. hero Sat ltheuuuttii'.ut SiiffororH
[ Dora and, !Maude, McUvcn' I
ings! were laid on the little grave to urday evening.

have returned home from Own show. love and respect) to the little I lacy [Duboso, of Worthington,. pasod -- I I! If you knee poiitiv'ely that fifty e
tt ft Cove Springs where they took the one. thru here Sunday. thousand people had actually

{ teachers examination Little :Martha le-aves to mourn her lien Waters of Lake Butler, visited I been relieved of RHEUMATISM

I :Mr. and Mrs D. W. :Moore end. loss, her I'nrtntll.II': and Mrs. C. L. his, brother T. II. Waters, Sunday I Lumbago, Neuritis, Sciatica. INSURE WITH

S children motored to Ilnll"I.tllk.T :Norton' and one little brother and a I Headache by a certain remedy,
Sunday and attended ihnureh.Mre. number of other immc-diate relatives JOS- & WILSON -
I --- ---- you of course, would grab for it ..= ;

Alice! Dubose and, children, of '(I ito which the entire community extend HROOKER ITEMS:: : if attacked: wuh, the disease. ,STARKE, '.. "3l ";" ,C.-js FLORIDA : .
South Florida, wereisitor\ r"ent- their 1"'artf'ltY J"ath '.

,, ly at the homo of her nl"tl'l'11', : .. A. Card or hanks I nrooker) July .I.-II. C. Richard The following! formula positively ; GENERAL INSURANCE c. -
L. Sullivan i i iSo We wish to '' has relieved/ : more than ilfty:
N |I I thank the many kind of Starke, was in our town last Saturday
H Woodnrd. Pen and I John friends who were so good to assist attending to bu inlo"., thousand sufferers and is not a Fl RE-LI FE-BONDS-AUTOMOBTLTE"

Hall, were among the visitors. to :'ua-in the last illness, and death of Dr. W. II. demons of Jacksonville Patent mrdlnne, but a doctor'f prescription'

% kI Hampton Saturday afternoon. i i our beloved daughter. May Cod bo spent the lint of the week' herewith nd tan bf Ailed .l any drug sacra

Pvt. R S. Adklns arrived here with you all in your time of need. relatives. i i Formula-Tr. : "

t 1 Sunday: for a visit with his sister, Mr. and :Mrs C. L, :Norton.' I D. W. and O. B, Hazcn motored to I IWorthlnjrton Sodium Buchu SalicyUt Comp. t4 1; ox.ot. I G,l yj-ir 5'co..d. from a reliable! dealer I handle the Goodyear brand

;Pars, T1.: Hersoy, Pvt. Adkin has I I lad[ : Saturday afternoon : Tr. Colchum (Cone) 7-dm*. 30.3 1.2 kid.-regular. $20 Tire, will be fold MO"7-
,, just returned from across the "big MILLER[[ tli*. Lactated Pepun. 2 cza. SATURDAY and

pond1' after seeing two year and I I :MIss Mamy Olllver. of Pine Hill! i f'Ilor.ii' > .\ fl .. DAY forSI6.S0.PRICE_ ON:1 ALL SECONDS: 10 .PER CENT OFF".
hail yiauol..l ..v.
four days with Uncle c<\n1, fn the :Miller. July I.-H. C. Peeplesand wo In our town last Saturday afro!, 1.a,.. 1>, .. .,lout ((41) R. BURROWS, The Tire Man

greatVorI.l War. He seems to enl family were visiting friends in i'
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