Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1926
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:00928
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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SEC'1'IOSO:' H Rstabfished 1879 Subscription-For Year, $L50I(i ; Six ;Months 7.;)c-Payable in Advance. '
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I NICHOLS ACQUITTEDOF TIII GREAT. -. .. .AMERICAN. :--:- IB Work On Grade For Double A\1

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-ASSAULT I CHARGE ,'" -- -: -:: ;: _.: -- -- Track Is Being Speeded Up M J'

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Jury Frees Man After Lung Legal :oTHEI; MAKKKUS: PLACKH ,. t \\ ith the urriMil of two mldition.ilirUmm -- ----- -- ,
Battle; la Rearrested! COM AWRIG I shovels KINKKDKItTK: ; : VI-'I1'II.\'oiS: :' i
The street committee of the city i I fjOMMrL6.T: ME.: 'THeN Ge.r'BUS'/' .. throwing up the( now \\ 11,1.IlIU: : AI' OCALA
I 'grado ;
betxvoon SUnko:;\ and
$ ET A BO"'S AN' HELP DO Ar )) Uixxto.x
Sanford, Juno .-Aubrey Leo i council has hail placed ut the -main HArRCUT! {i BOY'S WORK !/ / for tho Seaboard's .proposed. doiildi Upon imitation of the Rotary

Nickels of Greenwood, S. C., was street intersections of Starke, cnution \\. /) vt truck: the work. is going. IIh""ll1t, a Club of (Ocala) the thirty-sixth an-

found not guilty of a charge of markers and stop signs, taking -- 1 iiipul rule on 111,. stretch ..101.th of mini I eonxi-iiiioii" 1 of Florida Division

criminal assault upon a young married place of the oU concrete markers '. \ the city limit\ In addition another of United; {'ollf..It'I'alo"tl'ran",

woman by a jury tonight in set in the center of tho streetsat (, ;nif the "dirt outers" has been placed will bo !held] in Oenl.i.Tlu :, f fI

the seventh circuit court in session 1f.w of tho intersections. The ml work near Alligator creek prouriiig I > ditto bin not been liefinitelyleleriniiH'd.

sew markers carry a red glass on L )> the glade" arras this .low ; lint will quite likely. bo( )r,.1

here.The jury returned its verdict 24 each side reflecting the headlight1 Ti l ( / *4; f o -"'o:,. I section.: Purl ",f (ho ilirt needed held 1 in viiily No\i-mher.. \,

minutes after it had received its rays at night! and are painted distinctive ut thin point" will lie hauled, in from. I i The doi'iiiion: to bring, Iho convention :

chaige. time.: colors for guidance In day. 'rr cI t1'J;I iHiglil.unl' whore HIM! conlrnctursdug |In IVul.i' hm recently 1 been> .

out an mormons iuuntity of '' niiidv liy Mnj.ir-Cieiienil; IV. Jack-
Nickels a free man, was immediately
The blind at Court and 1
corner < tint in
straightening nut the roudl.od. s"n. I the division; Ci'iniiiander.Tlii l
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arrested by Shenlf Hand of dill one of the most dangerousin :::" : ''. t
Seminolo:; county, on u bench warrant Starke, has marker in --- Miniui orgnnizntlnnd of thecity .
n "step" Thin I
new section of road( will be j will unite with; the Rotary Clubin
from South Carolina charting i pisition.J i Traffic coming north on "" "'-'PI in
..... .... 1'I"hlm"108 for the winter traffic, seeing lint the I veterans wIn: ,
with ,
him being .
an escaped! con- Court street to Call must stop before ... I the .
,present .plans living lo extend t" hiivo n ph-asiiiil'' stay in O.'lIln. '
vict. The warrant alleges! that hu entering Cull street, to allow tin' double I null tnViil.lo, whvro

hud broken jail after ing four traffic on Call street the right-of- tin two lint's will scparalo.MU .. I U i11'Il: or MK. TIIO\I.\i HLI r
months of a four year term for forgcry. :, v.ay. .\ similar marker has bevel r r f. f: irph

placed): un Ninth street where It intersects y r ( / r ,. 4 lF 'atlutlyr : : I ii\; I iu:: I Ihimpton,, Juno 15, Tim 1'0,10' I

The defendant fainted when the with the highway. r tt t i j of this lowii" and surrounding. pomnutiitv .1II\\
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verdict was read and was tarried ,,rAuiNrI New! River, June IS. -Mr. U. A. were made and I 1.1 Sundayevening ;

from the court room by attendants. I SAMPSON CITY | ridivwH, lit I't. :Myvi-B, spent HOV- I / at four oVIoek! when the ,

The verdict tonight brought to u rl'nl days here! last work visiting ,.death nngol: I tt>ok fl'11mil'\ midst. 7jI r {

close ono of the longest druvrn out Sampson City, Juno 18.-:Mr. and<1 ,', fP / t/al+r ltlid/ ..lrrt"1'.t'! IrivndH nnd rel.itivt-H. '''Mr.: Th,,". II) 'IIJ. lie had. lioon. sick ..:

major legal tights in history of the :Mrs. Cory Wynn and<1 children of :Mrs. Ji-Hhiv fiiHoti, Klnivr: Cason, I' for several Iambs hU death Icing, /
state. Nickels was first convicted Lnko Butler and Miss: Renfroc of j I Wiiinio CIIKUII ''enuxoru' ,
mill ilad.VK(; Crews of I' by a leaner' on Iho lirnin." I I1
and sentenced to hang on Juno 21, Lake Butler were visitors here on I LOll1II'/ ,I/.f"/ <>, sprit| |,( Kn.iay fr., | I IniMin :Mr., 11)'nl I wns born in MrndfonIounly ,

1922. Ho wall granted: a new trial Sunday afternoon \, I lu't'e, guexts of Mrs. :'1. I 1'. (' Noveiubi-r Iti, 1800, and, win

and again found guilty on April :.Mesil.-uncs C. N. Durkce, S. E. I| \\'IJl inll.; I I n life-long eiti/eii, \\liUly known I/h

28, 1924. The supreme court af- .Tones and Ralph ]C Bradley, and<1 1J. II Reddish, Atiilri'ws, of .1/kHimvillu I|Bind: liked for his truthfulness, in. iH:
ter a continued appeal B. Smith were visitors to Slarko IM: I
grunted a I Visiting 1\IOIIIt"Cull," tinsseek.. du sky and general: moral habitat.

second new trial and in the spring Saturday __ I II j I M.: / II. Moody, J K. .1. Cloivr und, I Ito was uniti'l! in marriage to :MM. \ {

of this year a change of venue from Joe S. Willu.ins. Bob Warren and I II. I K. I'nfro"1'1'1' "U>4UIl'SIl vlsiI I Mir.; I Minion l 11"1' :21! I. !J8H2:!, and, tho It

Volusia county was allowed by the Lewis Card, of Palutka visited relatives not) <.II-KK\\KS.: : \\ tIIIII.'UI : ( I1rI/F.Y/ : \\ ".I.L VI I III \1'011',1 si ( fussrrivoiti: :; \ \r I tors to Inko !Trailer Snliinl.iy. IlI1t"1WIIS bloasoil" with soven ehil.drcn I. 'I t'

circuit court. and friends here Sunday. I KVENT:; FRIDAY) AT RKOUKKKUroukcr i.ll.IES: ntosiiY_) ('I El El'JmV | Mr. und :111'11. I.ucy Johns and G!. six of whom '.i-rvlvi1.( In '1HS5he I l''

The alleged deed was committedin :Mr. and !Mrs. Alfred Varnes and I Under) the auspices of the W. 1' j \\''. Sapp'' wer0 transai.ting Lnxnlesxm confessed (ThriMt and united, with :!

DcLand on December 7, 1921, Eon, Freeman, of Starke, visited June 18.-:1 ir. :MoyersMeCiregor :Mrs. Flora H. duly gives: the Telegraph I[.Weeks" Chapter, 11.1 H. C., with :Mrs'S. i I'' Stnrko Satunluy.i (II ho Chun oft Christ lioing a faithful .
with Nickels relatives here last week. I : Hough, of this place, I Mrs. II ..
making un alleged u. statement of her Kuster J.:. Brownlec Its chairman and. S. C. Clews Will till! guest and lid ivo meniher as long/ m
confession which he later :Mrs. E. N. urkeo and daughter and :Miss Ktliel. Reaveof Alaehu.i i I of relatives in .
retracted. lily returns! shoving I that from u 'nosiwtod by Mrs." J. M. Jtrownleo Ijiko hatter last Ins health 1t' 'rt alteI. Ho wim a ,
He was brought to tho Duval :Mrs.1 Ralph II. Bradley and,! J. B. i were united in murringo in Alach. 1 planting .of sa.r: !> bulbs she hud, :U.WJ! l and Mrs. (JeorgiC.. While u ri'k.. devoted. bushaml a Kind. loving. '

county jail at Jacksonville and for !Smith ]left Mc-nday for their homo ua Friday afternoon June llth in bulbs of salable quality. Owingto day's work n sucCessful i .1'.(y :Moody, who lum !I".. .. staying I (iii hot'. II K.\innithelif], nail 1 useful : I j
( put over
the greater part of his: incarcera- in Hollywood, after spending several ['I the presence( of n few friends nn.l! the continued cold, the (lowers IiiH Friday at Crosby l in 1'nluielh I ', him returned to hill t neighbor./ Ho will hniiased in our i t ti

tion was kept there. weeks I hero with her mother relatives! :Mr. Hough is the young.i were nut ready for market' ( until cemetery. 'homo.Ay. I ominuiiity.Of + I .i l

The alleged confession was made ,I :Mrs. S. E. Jones, i est son of :Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Into, and sho received( $36,23; :!: from The entire 1"'lIIt'h'ryVIIK elenned' Keiifrn: atti-ndi-il, the. ,il.imont near irllives: ho leaves' a T i

in the city jail at Jacksonville: after :I !Mrs. T. C. Thomas and daughters 'Hough of booker] while !Miss the sale of one-fourth of tho total n Dumber of old, trees nnd I hrnkeufrnocs the. home of. :'III'lnd :Mrs. J.I J. I wife, :Mrs." Th""IIIlynl, of llnmp.ton \ r(: J

he was arested there in little MabM l. I Doris) and Oviedo Van Roiivos J I" the charming young! blossoms. Fifty pounds of commercial xvero removed and, runny Tliomns Siiliinlay, night. two OHM, 1 L. It. !1I>>'al, of Kloom. l

more than a week after the alleged of Palntka, arrived Tuesday for a ,daughter of !Mr. and Mrs Raleigh fertilizer and n load of stable Iota were put' in good shape This :Mrs.V.. K.: aiborotiKh. 'and son, I field, N..I., S. II. l Uyal of Alexandria
crime committed. : visit( with her mother, :Mrs. JosicHall. Reaves of Alnchua. xvurk" was under tho competent, diuvtion John if -if ,
was < fertilizer; comprised tho expenso of n Kaiford were visiting Va., four diimrlilers, Mrs. S.
of II. L. Urownleo who
Nickels, in retracting the confes |: Immediately after the ceremonyI making the crop. ,itelalives/ in this section. lust week..Mr. .1. White, of Detroit Mieh.! Mrs. !

sion, claimed that it had been lUa.leI I'1'I :Mr. nnd Mrs. L. :Morgan: and chil-I I the young couple ]left for points in :Mrs. Cady's place at Luke Kings-;: hired nmiiigod' I the work of a number of : nnd :MIB.\ C. M. Phillip, urn I, N. r I.. 1'iiilier. of High; Springs.., Mrs. v

under duress. clren, of Waldo visited Mr.\ and<1 Georgia where they will spend ley ie a mass of flowers almost the hands. The public responded, ) recpiving eongratiilations over the I \\'. I 0.) Ito bert4, of Jn'k,''nnvillo, and.

Tho continued( trial incited per Mrs. W. II. Smith here Sunday af- their honeymoon. They have many year around, and! she receives lilierully with funds to Ii no lire tho arrival I of a (blighter.31r. MISH I Aim.i I'yal!, of Haini'lon.'

haps tho greatest interest ever displayed ternoon.. friends here and elsewhere! who will many compliments CI'om'Iltltors.. work nail many persons' whi.> own i and Airs. C. C. Wynn of lake I 'uneriil( I'prvt11'1! interment,

in a major criminal cnso be-i i I A. K. Smith and Mr.\ Roe of unite in wishing! them a long, happy lulu there cumo anti. worked willingly latter, and. Avy Kenfrou were, vm.itmg wenheld" at Santa 1 Ko cemetery on I

foro Florida courts and brought in- I|' Hawthorn were visitors here Sun. ,,, married life /IFFZiir with their own h ints, so at friends in Siimpson :Sundayafternoon. : k Monday afternoon, 4 o'clock. Rev
the lose of the day t"l'] *.t of thLh'III" >
to sway a legal battle considered day 4I ( J. I'. i hoer pastor/ of tho Hampton
I ; :Mr. T. C. Hazen, of Center Hill, presented a neat! well cared II
almost without precedence in FlorIda Misses\ Ethel Varnes, Mamie i I| June 18.-:Mr. and :Mrs. R. Miss Mury Kichnrd of Luko. Hutler Church of (C:' rift, in charge. Pall-

jurisprudence !j Hull and E. D. Jones motored to was a visitor to Brooker Tuesday.Mrs. I I I li. Thomas and daughter, Hazel, for appearance. During) thu past was visiting. her sister, Mrs M. 1"'lIr"rK" w'r"V." II. Alexander, I..

Nickels will probably be held In I Hampton Beach and Waldo Satur. R. A. Weeks motored to xxvra victors to Drunker Saturday.Mr. 'm.w year many individuals have put up J. Sapp' Thursday.Mr. J. Wynn, M. L. !Mallei-mill, C. I';. W 1

the Seminole county jail pending i, day aftcrnoo !: Starke :Monday morning. I I Irving Padgett of Plant City grave stones nnd otherwisehrnutilicd S. J. Norman und daughter harper, It. M. Favor. ,tm.IcKeOe! *a
Remember church here Saturday T. B. Pinholster was among the Is spending this week hero with rel. their lots. This cemcilery '
extradition prpoceedirgs. next I Peculiii of Vuiidviliill, wore Iriumlutmg ver. Many out-of-town friend" atI II l0
', visitors to Starke Tuesday after could be made one of the most
and i
night Sunday morning. ativos.
busineHS! heru Saturday, af I ended, I the funeral. ;
HIGHLAND:' Everyone iivited: to attend. noon. L. R. Gainey of It rue Ker was in beautiful in the state, us it is sit.tinted I ternoon. ._____ iJo' ;;,
I'I I !Miss Virginia Weeks returned on high rolling lands Insight [ '
Lewis Parrlsh was a visitor to our section Tuesday / Lithe :'liH"llltlrc.1: Renfroe his ::0\\; J-l'T: : POTAIO PI.A.VIS: fi
C. M. GrifTis was a fwypupupup Waldo last week :i j 1,' home lost week after spending :Misses Josephine Chesser and, of>the }blue waters of Lake been on the sick list for several. W.\'oi'J'EIl:' I 11V COUNTY AGENT $ :
E. D. Jones will return to Palmetto 'several days in Cocoa with reln- Lois and Toledo of Brook Crosby and the trees draped, with |

Highland June 18.-C. :M. Grif- Gniney days, but wo are glad to report. her
fia was a visitor to Starke Tuesday. this week: where he is employed tires.Mr.! cr, were in our section one day lust Spanish. moss stand. like sentinels: improving.LKASIIhN. County Agent Want" advises, tho I' f ff.
after spending two weeks! I I I and :Mrs. R. W. Brannen : week. guarding the graves: of the dead. .
Mrs. Nelson Green of Starke Telegraph that hi has nil Inquiry'
visited relatives here Tuesday. hero with his mother Mrs. S. E.I! spent Sunday nt Lake Butler. I J.V.. Lewis and sun, Johnnie i The cemetery commilteo, desires I IN 10 11I'11'( ...' thirty to lifts thousand sweet ,y
I S. M.: Mott motored to Gaines. to thank all those who helped in
Jones. I| I Saturday in Bruokcr.Mr. I'
J. M. of spent cuttings from
Stevenson Lawtey was A potato ono party' ,
Miss Rosa Belle Cooper spent the vine Sunday afternoon. and :Mrs. I. W. Dyal, of Graham any way to carry on this. ,annual ,, truck driven liy un t cnij.loyo -
transacting business here Tuesday. I and ho desires. Ihll'''' fanners who
i :Mr. and !Mrs E. B. Andrews nail! l I I cemetery' cleuning. A number of of tho Ford Garage, crushed
Miss Ethel Ricks W. A. Dunn weekend at Hampton with friends. I II I spent Sunday hero with :Mrs.Dyal's I into tho of will have! plants, t" sell( to get In i ,
I sen. Ray of the State.Farm, spent persons' from out of town came to rear tho JJuick sedan
I "
: parents Mr. and Mrs. J, W. touch with him within the few
J. D. Jenkins and W. R. Smith next ,
belonging to 11.
Sunday here as ,guests of Mr. and look after their lots. I L, llrownieo Wed.neuiluy .
visitors to Starlco Tuesday. was transacting business here FrI. Lewis. .days The demand I for potato rut. fy
were ,
ufternoon. Thu !
1\I1'1.! Wallace Crews. At the noon hour a bountiful dinner sct.all. purked -
Wednesday : Wo are sorry to report Mrs. J. tings Is unlimited several I liundn! ,tl
Miss Lucile Perry left ;
day.Seaboard ut tho curb in .
front of tho
E. served llrudfuril
F.I 1 C. Long, of Wildwood, spent was to all. -
carpenter with W. Lewis tho sick list i
for Starke where she has a position gang on this week I thousand, !being shipped, from this
tho wer'k-end here as guest of :Mr. County Hunk was struck liythu
M. Conners in charge is doing .
repair -
second trick with ,I point last with orders for I r
as operator work on the station and sec- and :Mrs. (,'. B. Cr.Ison. Louis Torreulla: uf :New' York Mesdames\ E. L. Biggs anti, J. W. wide, utiiko. I.body of thu truck! year as I
'I'bis dosims'II
the Seaboard purchaser
Railway. !Messrs. L. A. Brown and, I,. R. Andrews Jr. spent Tuesday shopping when, the. driver furled to turn short many morn ,
tion houses here. They expect to' City, spent tho past' week in Sturko ? .
Miss M. Burnett of Camilla Ga., good iiinMy| of improved, Porto .
be here for several weeks. I Gainey were transacting businessin with his mother :Mrs. Virginia Tj- in Jacksonville. enough In making the turn. The "
(tire VillI' .
has succeeded :Miss Perry as second '' ,
Sheriff Epperson, of Starke and Starke :Monday.A. reulla. He left Thursday for New Jiuitk waft thrown up, on tho Hido-.
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with trick Mrs. H.operator C. Wimberly.here stopping Volley Reddish, of Lawtey, were A. Hnzcn, of Gainesville, has York City where ho will spend the Butler Smiles walk. und purl of the. rear 1.bodyxnutshed Thcressa; ;, were.: transacting biisUIHSS ; \;.... i
recently moved his family here. Mr. months. in. hire last Monday .
transacting business: hero Monday: i summer
Mrs. J. E. Wimberly, of Lnwtey, '
Hazen was! once a resident of this : :Mitt; Alta I licks, was shopping \,
visited friends here Friday. .
place and hoe friends here MAMMON
in Starkii
Mrs. B. M. Wimberly, of Jack I. rt.;. -,.,.. T.1.h: many :Mrs S. S. bowling/ Nettie Dowl. Monday.KMer
.. who welcome them back. 1::! .1. 1 P. Haner will
preach at
Sat ::>> "' -.> ing Hazel and Walter Stronmn '
onville visited relatives here
:Messrs. Hampton Junu IK.-1C. L. liirt
Royce Oaincy: and Allen 1 thus Christian church next Sunday,
urday. Thomas of Wildwood, spent the left Tuesday for Tallahassee on a I t.ar und family attended< 1 church hero on morning. "id evening. ) j
Mr. and :Mrs. Joo Whipple and visit with Mrs. Dowling's parents, last ..
week-end here with homefolks. II Sunday.Mrs. C.: 1 K.. Harper was a business vis.it 1
Harriet and Isabel Whip- !I :Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ktromun.:
Misses <, :MNses :Mary !Mott and Lois I : S. Ivey of Punta Gurll, ..r t Stniko this week. \.1

pie, of Jacksonville, were vistiors Goiney spent Thursday in the lIeilI t wus the guest of :Mrn. Muttio Williamson Mr. and :Mrs L. J. Wynn visited ,.'

here Sunday. t1: ,I 1 bronn:> Springs section. Ion, came Friday to spend a few thin week. friends and relatives! ut Sturko last ;

Messrs, Perkins and Lawson contractors :Misses Arden Brown of Miami, days here with the latter's parent, ;Mrs. W. I,. )lugs hu< returned to Sunday.La"t 1

arrived here Saturday end Free Wynn of Hampton spent Mrs. Arrie Colson. her homo after u visit with her sun, Saturday I. J. Wynn celebrated '.

with a construction force and will Saturday hero with friends. Misses Mrs.: L. A. Wynn and daughter, r D. L. liugg, of Wildwood. his birthday, at his benutl.

be located hero for some time while Brown and Wynn were members of Elaine of Hampton, were in town : A. I. Gould!, real estate agent ful !home .,n Church street Those(

doing some work for the :McDougal the school faculty here last term. I rainy) afternoon.Messrs. ; left Monday for Kant; Hartford ] who enjoyed this delightful, occasion

Construction Company. | !I :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Long and baby II. P. Gainey, R. W, Conn., where he will visit friends were Ui-v. Oeo; F. Scott of De
E. H.
W. R. Smith and C. e'si
here Mon- M apt (I of Hampton, were visitors here last Branncn and N. S. Parrish spent I and relatives. i I II Lan I, :Mr. and I Mrs. F. A. Scott,
Starke .were vistors I :Monday.( I Saturday in Jacksonville Mrs. E1 I Rowe, of :Macclenny and :Mr. and l Mrs. J. T. Qulorley! of ,

day.Mr. I E. R. Ward, of Wildwood, spent visited l her mother :Mm. W. M.I Ftiirko und Mrs. Mottle Williamson .
and Mr. j :Sir and :Mrs. Clyde Sha-" and \
Lamar of I I
the weekend! here Johns this week
with his mother I I of H.impton.[: Ire, cream and
Ring of Gainesville auditors for : baby, of Plant City are visiting thlormer's
Mrs. T. P. Ward. | Mrs. Hester Jones hUll as her uko was served at tha conclusion.Mrs. .
the Seaboard Air Line Railwayand 'Ii'I' 1 L. R. Gainey and daughter, Loi.i, ,: parents, :loll'. and :Mrs. C. 1 guest this week her daughter, Mrs : II. I'. Chosser-has returned

American Express Company I! J. II. Kelly and son, Clyde spentI N. Shaw. Aldridgq Dyal, of Jacksonville. home after a visit with her daughter .

were business visitors hero Mon I Sunday at Trenton guests of relatives I Mrs. J.: I'. Turner and daughter, A. A. :McDonald:I, who has been :Mrs. Easton; of Orlando.,

day.Mrs. and friends. of Alachua spent Sunday and :Monday I upending several days with his :Mrs. J. C. Cadwell returned to

Nelson Green and! Miss Fe- I W. G. Baxter: of Jacksonville,, hero os guests of Mr. and Mrs. -NBA, Han PrunrlHno OurnnnBrlg. family here, returned to his work !her. homo last !Monday' after a vis
uella Snyder of Starke and Mrs. I H. L. !Hough. <>en. Hnu-M.-y Iutl r >,f the
spent the week-end here with his I I in Switzlrlan,1Iunday.! it with friends, at Sanford.
W. M. Wimberly and baby of Wal and Mrs. J. first Car of :Melons From BrookerI marines, can't Bmll" very li o ellj (bur B. Y. .
! I parents, Mr. D. Baxter causo he recently had his n i iih re | Saxon and son, Vivian, who The now filling: station at the
do, visited relatives here Monday. I I The first carload of watermelons I movMl. but he's wllllt/ ionr ;". r. have been in Pompano for, several tourists camp owned, by Hayman

I N. B. Cooper of Starke visited -NEA, CI v lnnJ Bureau W. II. Sherer spent the week-end from Brooker was shipped Tuesdayafternoon l former xiblln nnfi'v. llr? tier ofriilliuMphUi ;' days, returned to their homo here & Eaton, of (Gainesville! will soon
friends hero Sunday.F. >. of Valdosta, Ga. I the melons I lint hl hi. r.,1 Uil'Wkm : Saturday. ,
Mary :Miller, Fisher. daus ur averaging I of Man Ki"ci ern i..nntn< r le completed hy Contractors, B.
M. Chambers spent Sunday 1 in ,II John S: ,,'blh.,. of Indiana county. Mrs. Hamp Connerly of Alachu 'I about 20 pounds. They were grownby tinted recently |tax IIIIM,. HIM l'li.n l ljfervetl 1 Rev. Hicks filled his regular appointment Whwiler and J. II. Croft. y

,I Plant City with his family. ; "B.. m.) "N. the next flmt lady of. was here visiting her mother Mrs II. P. Gainey, and !In the near rurkUiIlM ut u ixirty Inu-"-'- at the First Baptist ... '

Mrs. H. C. Wimberly was a vial ,.,.",,_yK nn pul'lwnn H-r father nmnlnee s wl.low.er tur1I".lIuo' S. E. Mott Friday morning. I futuro we expect to ship many car fur llutlnr.." "I'rn not UH"Ll.irk UM I rnjxilntivi. 'I church here la.t Sunday morningand Sam Mitchell of Lakeland! has
the filler. had
1 H I lo m"urn
tor to Starke Monday. | U th. heyeWne bWty.I ;. i Mr.little Mrs. Johnnie Douglas i 1 j loads of melons some averaging 82 I did In my the VVllllnmtf cnxii\ raiini evening. been in town several days visiting

U. B. Hudson, of Jacksonville, son, Howard, of Dunne I pounds. I'm a pollc_.. oUlcer._ Mr. and Llr,. D. W Moore, o \

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FRIDAY. JUNE 18. i &


.. .uu .. uu........_ .. ...Lou.. .......,.._, .....It.. ._.,.._, on.....
Rjiilmail i i.tiipany' .U. n- "H' ..v. n.
I Inriila
of SmithH..IIIT. o
"mixed" and the cars .,"I.I'r' THi .r' 1" .Ht .|.inrt r teiit in to and retmn.
They were .Soiillim.' if in \intiiiice.., anil if nut ttIhtetie'i Milt quiet llo ,0fnm
tu n
not kllloa?" the *ldcrelrl Th Eat bit. t". thei title. of i iabiivv
"Ita wns leual nnil ,
had no brak.. Whr-n 'the roils iinartir of Si"t,on 1'.I'\'n f ) : Tho Well It* unknown .pr..ntalv". in Iho complainant ,
naked, again. half 'tho We.t hAlt .t Emit h.I'. TheNi MitcisMir* and uxslun* E..n 'ti-ccribe-il tre Gtb day of July> rInfoic
from rains, trains unknown o
\vero ami if llnl.y.
One wio Ibrdot ." slippery nh half of Nnrh..a.1 iiuarter of Northlant i r'o'l if alive, The Ilireln fail, "..I. ele-ci. i
urante-es or.a 0
I Mrn: Me.irfl touchf-ej tho little milltiry : ruining from the north hnd to stop qunrUr. '" Su'h...t quarter ofSouUieBat hi lori.la rx. d. \nni-ttnd It i Immiumtiun uu lie' or C..nl..y.. aconn "nfo I. mil be ,."t..d against )'. iIt

riliiion Nan ali worn. nwny north of the depot while the IJ'' : q"r. s.lon 'hh1..1 1 i "ii'In..1 it If 4n. etiiiienco, and If not In 'is fnithir unlt-re'd Iliadfiiid tlmt" Omniiiih thi-, ,

down and spiinklidHund The Ea.t half of the Eai.t half. The ivini.mi ,tin. u'i ... iii"il rl.r..hla. j ul.llsliiil 'in tin' .
trainmen .
< got .
AYRES nVV? "I 'thouuht! phopq- you ore The NorthwMt anil intumiM > | a niwmi.ier, ""I.h'd in I r i
West half. .
of the HUCCIitem .
We t halt tuis ,
and f
Ida ir con
thi, alive Mm <
this. rleprecutInkK. the rails nhead of trail If County.
weiring on Kant: half
salt. The wife. Di..h.
-- .. --- -- --_. -.- quarter, of Norh..t quarter. Dixiui und Am.1 htlrn. devieo*. uiiks prior to the 5th ilay of Jul>
so it could stop at thC depot and of Nnth..1 quarter. The Southcant qlAr d. ul. thi-ir unknown ,, '.ndwlfi 1
n ,
I1M.IN III. IU.: .0!" ,Yrr.TKIl ,." ho .nr) "Mow would > ou I .\lrtt rif us tienr *oruo rlhhon or trostK U-r of Southwnt iiuartnr, of Section Fouriitn I. i-ntet or irrnnteen Th ma*und If dead.tn I In tt'iiniHsthireuf.. I hae li.. .
l down Alligator
I.VS.ru lo., M IIIN mem- 1".1 tint. Mma Marr.iljy?" 4noiin>r, don t wii'*" siild. Nan.I nut slide to M4) The Nortliiaiit The Si.iithwent quarter quarter ofNnrthwmt Endy T""n. if, devlacea alii. limatet* or sit my Imiul "'"I tins tent 1 uf our *unn

nlo II .1.. Ihln I I '. > tin'I, tn "In Ioptioni The section propelled their Qo.r.r. ir onkn". Mi-Webb tinnil ilny of June. hI'] i iU
try f ruin k on thiW* it i nFront [ Tin ro MLa KM' Jt ininv r n ."I. mel of Section Twenty- John MeWttl.b. John lllii
l'I..n| hin riti.in to Luiiiloh, ho i'd h.itrmoii'' ,. Nun tolil l.im i i rhe other, il.iy I snw (in old, woman in hand curs l\y means of long polei, of two "'1221." : 'The QI.rO. half of Northwestquarter. urantee* MnndnS.I>h If.ali\e und ,rda" W ALDEKMt *.

tit ( ul" In rt'< < KnUfNAN I r.i'hrr fond of h'uuoiK 1,1 ,"< with Ihieit different biidKoH onI the I'lie North Norh Imlf of qunr'er and .11. heliv. .IHIM.IK, I IW ('1.It nl Circuit Court. Ilraeirmil i ,
= M \Iellhll\'. fo.vlmm In- became IIIIY 'im as ore pu.llt ahead in !.u'h..l their oll.nu" Webb If allM', lluriila (SEAL,
onuiKe'l prior. lo IIIM .1.l |p irluro Win n t WJHith" Mm' *! I.>'strr I I her 'oilHh" -Ann .o r>iotid of I them Nltfs light nnd. uf Norlhwint iiuarter, of Section TwnIvfour I.. ,..r itranteea.: M hiir elevlicn.Itisaleei i;. M I JOHNS,
Tho rails Inr.iKM.Iui ,
tr..m. KrundNan: : h.i. ** Hin.creturned I -" She pullnl h''i"ulf up Nlnrp- -. hi' lol.l me that 8he had three Bonn water. were 1211. All of the aliove h.lnl, ,'n.1 I f d.nd. IIIB, unkiiiivin John li. I'anon. If f.ir Comiilalnant. 6-1 .; .

to h. r I lion.e, i .n. >. for ''Iv. Shu Hhut a frlKhfned look utI'vlir HIV, ,inn; In Iho 'Hmy"Ira. were of poft wrought iron unlwh..n S.'vn (Ti. Siiutli. Itunve or "r.nl.. .. unknown heir d.l S..I.ir ,
'121) Eait. if il' ad, hi* .
her throe .th"rlo'.K *-'i'I.h.lh, rK one alive, and '
Nan Is) Mttll In '...urh'h.. hopliiK h* had not II.ud. hut Meats luuKhod one b".am.badly bent it wai The Went half of tho Went hnlf ofSoulhwent .bmw U'ttidei* or urante'! and OHIIER FOR PUHLICATION
looking tU.iint"f! of Section Emht, (H) i iIho or clnimlnu. to hnvaany In the Circuit Court of th* Klghtlicml : .
JOAN .;SI>I'O'"I. who htnlianil It too 'Into. Ho vita | heated of tics, quarter other peromt havnm riiihtof
w.,1 taken on
tiun artlflrl.illty up 1 fro of South'ant IntereM or tnto or of Floriila. In anil for 1 1sil*
JUHI lo London nn .icroRH at her In'pjlrlnnlv."MiKS There nns a touth of 1 .Southwevt quarur quarter de.ncribeil Circuit
lea v. Joan hinlx Hint Nun ought' L\Bter?" ho vi hocil., "Whnt In lier voire which Nan rcnt-nted; ( on I'ago j of Section fen ((10) : Tha Suuthvaatquarter "tlht. ttp. the land* hirelnnfler advenw to d nl County. Floriela. In Chance-ry,
Cmtnu.1 ,
to mop KMevInK over I'etcr ..n of Northeaat tho Nurth- I. ur any thereof L. K. Eilwardl.Complainant..
< .n. Miss I-ynttr wore with, MI cournK. tho huIln. love of you -- ...t quarter of Northweat quarter of Siction the inliTent of complainant' .
JOHN : "lh wh..r Peter .uruhy?" others.Mrs.. bloven' ( ) ; and which are 1"lnl and b.lhl In v*

IB Rtvlnl the ,, I.. former' Nun's hand jc-rkcd,) midilenly knockinx I Mtnrs stopped, too."H'I I| NOTICE The South(half of NvrLhcMt quarter Ilrailfiiril County.land State Flor"a. ara Cdwnrd N. IJIcke'rson. ct al.
\1 sifter, near I ha Marrahy Mr. I.yster.don't of The South half ofNortheaiit follow Defenilnnta.Hill .
about *
< Its content d to.wll
over her t ucuv: very Nurh..l "u.rt"r. iliaerlhed a*
Nan la Jealous (..f"rnot. : Eighth Juiliclal Clr- corne-r ofthe .
..tat. nhe asked. l In Circuit Court. quarter. 'he Went half of North.ue Ili'irmnlnii at the to dulrt Till. Etc.Tn
alflter whlloery much trlikli-d ovkr tho cloth and fell JrlppmK you Northi antquarter
1 ,. In Chancery. : >t of NnrlheaKt ., The of the E'lward N. DI.k..on. Mar C
with I ho uttuntio-iu or shabby "Very." sold Nan. cult. ar.M.rt C.un' FI."da. quar'r qlor. N.r.h'aot l.ar. 7 South ).
dl..u..1 on to the rather carput Smith of Northwent quarter of of Townnhlp his wife., If living and .If id
"Arl.I' HBr"TON. money, len.!"r. ". shall mil him dreadfully when Section : \irl".r.on. .
: North
of law
Nortliwent quarter. That portion 2J Eant, thencei run Nurh:1 unknown he-irs at Icirn *,
.b'for..ho. hw joined fim> met hla eommunil throiiKh Silito"l'i'UT hl soon 0\1)" Mis. Mi-nrs went on. A. A. iJuplen A C. B. Harper half of Sorhw.',' quarter of Nurhw..t yard Knnua, thence Eant 316 yur.li. .. .. eli I.."seel. or "ran'.a To : Edw. N. Dick,

III. return I'eier ha. finldl t, riiounlxn "Ila tin-, 1..n so kind to me" Sho C.m"I.n.nl, iiuarter, lylnx :a.1 of Kailroad, Th. Suth. 1.14: yardn. th.n.e.l H38 yard Soulheantquarter to the .'..n. anel M C Dickeraon hi* ',

him. Norton han .lold Nnn that off as the two men and tho va east quarter of Nolh..1 q"M"" pointof belriniiinit.: anil tho the If living and ,if ile-ail.. to the-lr un-

larerc both. I'eter Mi"mil ant.t money her, father nml' hut ive .It)ilrn In /ake boys cJinn up. iSho moved away .'Iorld. 1IIoad! Company, curt'Oration. Southweiit,. Three and quarter 14-1110 acrea Nurlhwel on Weat quarterle aide Xorthcant of quarter the Norh..a.t of Suutheut quarter and quarter .1.kh"WI..... or h.lr grantee.at: To law.: J. H.legateelo.Rur. If Ii ..

tin to her t. miy whether payment I I II from Nan ant went over to Peter. I I ft |>I.. of Kailroad in Southwest corner. The anil tho North half of the Southron quarter Ing. and if de.,I. to hi* h'I. at
.hall bo Nnrthweat of Southwest quarter, all in Section 1
d.mnnl.t.rn..1 "You mustn't overtlre quarter of tha Southeast quarter law li'iratee-s. devisee or Brant*?*
.\ ', nn\o ntnppeil : $ CI ; \ YOU'I.I. I I..tand.nl Till' And ItM One and 4H-100 a.n. in Southweatcorner. 30 Townnhip South. Kanue 22 Juse-ph II. Ruff. If living, anel If dead lahii
In ho sui.l pi.ivfully. "I really to K.mo.. Cloud. (Jui'l *
'a. they f.ri> it.| I lovo of children! Ih.> liml. left the I \ ouuht to be taking you homo. Olhrr Kcllrf. in Northcaitt corner of Ka t, the Hunt of way John. Darby and
lulu to walk in with Nan'H HI...p.tirutnera \I think John?" t lOrd.. of l"rvl.. by l'ull.aUon. nolle* Southwtvt .lou'hw.1qo.r.r or leu*, except lho.r..m Florida nr granteeTo; :
( [ What do 'nl of quarter sv. ( of the Georiila Southern and KI..ay C. M Darby, hi* wifeIf living, and Iflieail
) wh.
Arnott aiinouni' i s to known d.rendan. 17 > Tim Kant half I leas Five f the J. M.
enteen < lot ::1 at
their arrival Ainotl had returned from a frum tho of tho Company, and to the'lr unknown "Ir law irua*
Just apIarin. .1"wauoh. more or in houthiavt corner, Tha of the Southeast quar.r To : John
I carried, cauae well aub-elivinlon It-en, devisee* or "r.nt..
lOW <;; ON TIM: !STOIC vTVfAN I rnce across the gins.*. Ho i worn bill c.mpllnt or place of bul- North half of Northweit Quaro,. The of th* Northcant quarter of laid, ..\on. T.are. If living. and l if* dead to hi* in.
\II I Cl.iudic hit buck and ha v.an red that : : South half of South went ,... Fifteen atno except
turnxj lior on I I neM fif eo'd.= : ::: the r I lorida' Kailnmil "unr townnblp and ranite and known helr-i at law.. t.wat. devisers, orgrnnlies.
4..110 win'
I Iho In tho tIC'e from bin ""prtnnA.I I .imiUny a .. """. Tlie KlorlilnLanil ni-rim off of Kant Ida of Southiant quarter follow Inic ''hdo. tn-wit : of To-: John Tear anil Ester Ti ir.
ll ilow. Tim IIII\H nn') I'm <. .r. ..Company. e t I of Northwest quarter. Fifteen I acrta ofEaHt Ile'itinninit the *outhwet .o.ne his ulfr If ami If o..d. tn theirknown .
i v .i. "Hon't" 1511 fntno in fiirri" and Immncratinn .r. I 1.lhl.
I "lrua aldo of Northcant of Southwiwt and runnmu
I W. ub-diviion legatee*, devisenr'
1,1 B ,, Oconje ot
( Lot 8 *
coming up I the KHiiloniM.n.'li." l ) the three, "Oh. ,)don't 10" 1 I..a'.on.Nick.ln and William Ann W. 1'nuli-y Nickela, hia, wife. quarter, Section Eilfhleen 118) : Tho south 110 yariln therefrom to outh line of rnnties hr. To ; Cornelia Bryan. If liviniranil .

anil Hunter v.ero haniilnic on to '-.tin Iarm. i I in Ir. no h".I... Peter send, The Florida Mutual SiiMar Cane Grove y..t lifllf of N.rth.a.t uuarl.T. The Went the naid Southeaat quarter of Northeatttiiuarteir. 7* If ,h n". to her unknown heir* at law,
: I The line
of baHt half of ald
Nan. "Mm. eoriMiratlun. Charltm N.r'h..t q".re' thenctt east alumr li'iiiiten. di-vlsres, nr grantee* : To: Augusta
Ila looked nt ,
iiii| kit and Mill Company a
Jim VUIH wulklnir t"k,,... : / I | In Charlea H Nirkeln. If livinu.or Northweat quarter. The North half ofNurthwist ,, *, thence north 140 y.n., thence west I.in-hr Von Kirn If Ivlnl. a> d rde
0 NIchiilD.
1 Mi .irs will PIISIBI, In making nn I H. of SouthweHt quarter, "ar. ,
little In front ami nil ihn .. {1/ju .. are all unknown to com- .uaro. of bcfftnninic.Alno ail, to her unknown halra' I."a
vven' mini of be Mini ul.'al" Siction I 111) Tho Suuthiattt I. Southeant
; \ .1. laiiinnta, anil that tlicro in no p"raon In ) quar,, all that part of the ,tee.. devUeea or l.ante.. Tot AIK.aI. .
talking ut the Kip of lh.lr vim, I-M I l\r Thenwai Irnre of annoviini-e In I the I> Hlnte of Morula, known to complaln- ter of S'lction Twenly-onu, Ull.: All of quarter of the Norlhweat quarter of Section Von Kirn and Aelolf L. Von
I Eaat
above beinir In Townnhi" Seven IT), South 22
muHt tii'ike ttunm inoic I. ." KhaalJ ., hl." toll.P. Nan remembered, how kie I nntM. the inrvlrt* of a Huhpoi na whom Eaat.I 29. Townnhip 7 South. Ramie of the kirn. If livlnii. and If de-ad to their unknown
; I bind t'u' > *aid i di'fi'ndant: *. or either I "them, ltiinK. Twenty-two *outh of the Hunt of heir* at law.. Irla'. devisee*, ornrantees
hunkxlly. "If will had iilUiivs hated ftl' HShn Do the bill of complaint filed I.n. Florida
I "
you exrimeme Southern
I t GeorKla Viola and Robi
h and that .it i I. In-l i-vcil by eomplHinantaI 1"D of the : Tot Wol t
for moment. moved I I that Ivlnl.
% of July A. D. 19J6. othtrwlno the alliitationa and the
/ l anil heir law. 1 legatee

bi.de hir"Who unknown
Ihli auit the Southwell thnlr
ln\olvrd half of lunr' dead, to
li '
Sho iU';. in 'h. prniuriy ba of the
went | kly nuuy: she w.-inl of the aaitl bill will taken maconfeaaed Southeast To Viola
not know, tho ; :
4' the MHW l.y-eler" >'" spoke coma:itinnnta aUi-iie: that tiny do We-t half of *, devisee'* or "r.nt.
*<] to compoHo' "liernt-lf a littli> In-fine / and by diliKimt neari-h and Inquiry have not aualnit you. !, Southwest quarter of laid\ lection, townhlp Wood and n.h.r S. Wood, her husband.If .
) that thta
ordered notice
I/j 1' of nt t' i Ilu. he linked HuIJenly.N.I I bpt-n nlile aicertaia' whether any of tho it ia further and ranuc. and containing 115 acre livinK, d.nl. to their unknowi. .

m..tnK; rotor. As noon us nlio nml I I .llt.,1 Maid t whone a u. riidenc0 or be "ulh..d once a week for four come- mora or le>*.. except tho followinu portion heir* nt law, I"A'... devisee* or Iran. ; ,I
in the 800
iaBUea ,
gone iNjiii ),)I..t at lier In"th" '. I 'l ; ; (,n. I'. on Iv soinelrfxlv"' I lined place I.r"hd.n.bWI.. la .11'w'd .unknown i .0Uv.County..Teleuraph.( five a weekly) newHpaperol 'Io.ot. to-wit : beginning-. a. pint the tee* : To: Fannie J.hn.. If Ivlnl. .ld riii :
,. not. the -
to know it ( uhllo nan Hh 8/1.1 U dinil or ali\e. or I. or ," of Norhw..t ml In her unknown WG.lc'
? he Ul) rather ', 11I ( / Keneral publiahetl in Slarke, quar- :
\\el ) olrul.lon. 1
owl.wIII and it in aHeicvd In the itworn bill of complaint Southeast quarter of Norhw.l ti-es, dit.iee* or irrantet' : Tot
unrnininon I .
"It not v iv
;i ,
x Uradfurd
"' County .
meeting her "what iln I :11..1' are aaid ...cl.n. raneia. Johnson and wife. Fannlo If lit 1
ryr. you sf'iJY I thnt they believe th.r. po.nn. Judno of the i ter of 'own.hll feet Jlhn.on.
know WITNESS the .. 600
n i I" tun firmN and In*.Tcnti'il In tho Ionorabl. thenca run 1230 feet Inn. and if elind. to thuir, unknown heir*
think of IH-I ? I He kept, hirt ete-t dtiwnlient mood I said property"'porol.n.Ih\ In t' mlt. whoaonume. i Kluhth Judiclul Cour. ,and. tha official i East thence 1003 frt North to the rtichtof at law "... devise-en, or grantee-.. To*
S O aial of the Clerk court a"
Mra. Mi'ius I 7 : < ; of buHlneftli of tha Bald Railway Company National Uunk of North Carolina
KhriiKKPil h., KhouldlTM. ". ilv.I aue, riiildi nee or place :1 wel IUB hm aiunature. thia the lat day uf way of way on tha Th llnl.-i.-h
hnve I comphiinanui. And In 1 following said riuht if In and if not to lusiiccesinr
"I thntiuht pel haps "u mfuht In unknown to June, A. O. Mt. thenca of beainninir .I.'on.o.
Yon /i ? I bill relief in pmyvd HKninHt iuch known I' South aide thereof to the- point and assigns, grantee* or leirnl
"I 1 Oliullt
think i-ho I IM oullenit nhe 1flff.t 1"1 .ellin ono I/VI | firma O. W. ALDERMAN alxteien more Tot Samuel B.Hubbanl. .
I and unknown representative* t
I h'iiHiitni nnd unknown d.'ld.h' 1..Oh. Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford .nn'alolnl Southeast
wild rt'luel.intly. "How loi' .: li.ivi- 1 .the I'OV-t -uri'llll'il with di Ilk-lit- | kll'ltMl.. lie ..,1.1. "I Mtlpp'IMe '- and eorii'irnlitina.i 1 SEAL Florida. or "*, and .lnl pnrt of tha and If 1lnl. and if dead to hi* un.

you known hor. John''" "Im 0.1! li .itplkerrhief iintlnt li I itlon-i, Hotii*'"h", or f'h. i Tlirithl-OKK: : It .In ordrnKl that Jill I ( ,\.,S.) CREWS. County. quarter of the NortweBt luare. known heir. legatee*, duvlsce*. or

...hy'.n..Hrn! on i township
) ,\t K-iirt. If lan't. sf "" like | I "Ate vnu r..II"1 hll tiiiliiy"IK thix nnlii-i. If livmir, or in ,'vl.'anr. or if I t."ol.ln.nl. 1, uuarter of all Brctlon. :, anil If ill-mi to their unknown heir at
ywira." I I I I Nin Kne n litilo ei\ nf urotoui .iKeil.. alii" ilptlv' > fit ad nr nut in vxintunce. then hla. her.llulr i --- rnnao. of ara ''law. liuatee., d..I.e.( or Krnntee* ToCatilina .
ithelni.. deviHeen. Iticateea. Kranteii NOTICE : You. and each '01. A. Graybill, If and ,if
"You've never toM) me ul' ..,it her "Oh. |i'ii! .'-. iloii I won t huit I Nan llii--heil) minli-t. nr and axHiiii4. and to allperton i ,G.eln.. to be and appear before dead to his unknown heir*Ivlol. logn.tns. .
kiirr .111.
before.. {It the C"'M' at nil' I II MI h u elo'h' "I. don'tv tut 'to Inremind1" l oflat *. firniH' .and corporntlon*. havtnic I I U.o .the Circuit Cuurt of theKlirnlh deviBe-es or grantee* To: V, J.

I la ron in anltnte "I. of and County of Ilru.lford. Suite of Honda. In Hra-lford C'onnty. on helm let-alee' ,I..i.e.'.. irgrantees
hind lyinir
| | < luuil 1 tn'llllin, 111 I f lt-4 \\lllll .I.) i.l,* nn fr.1, rotiiplrio. foul .( cerium. li 'IM or "imrnN for courthouse I., .
V.IIH t the
tr"I'J" 11. I
< Tiiunlv Slute of Iloridu. l liancery* dny of Jul,. A. P 1\ 8. at : : .Inlin, F. Strntton & Tompany -
; you I never tlin' 'ii'hl lu. i .r.. ,-iit >vh ittfhet nn If I'll .tit, mid foiset, II.I' 1..ln" .r..I..1 of Starke. 1 .
.. I i il I ii* In O' Unoun lu, ( I 1 llrevurd I'ropertiia. Inc., H corporation iu snld ei.unty. In the town If il i--cUli, m'<- and if not to It
u".r.bul 1..I.w"
you il t'I. nml mu> 1la lu i."ul hflil C'Olutt .I'll. nliel uluuii II'- u.tn'lnl 'i llVIU UflM' I IllliU MIl-IIUU. I I The North..d hnlf of tho ".u'h..t quari orttanlxed and uxilinir under Flnr"n. tn. anHvet'. n *.orn .1 of cemi- sued.... and I ninint. e-rnntee* or leiriiliin'tmmn '

10 many p -opl" wliin ono knock* h..I"I.Hly" I.eforo her tl tho "Ho )'yotitoflcn wnllt In the wood)? i ter. except Ehrht 181' acreii in 'llie SouthfnKt tile, IUV.H of rlorida.Complainant. ,plnlnt .hlbl'd in said o.ur ,thu Ida nbu\L O ri prestntiituiTo' ; : LnuiVit. .

about the uurM, IIUiI il" Jlo aolzcj ) asked llmlilly sho nske'l."Somctlnic'H. ..r..r. of Section Mini tun UB) ,'nllh.1) caUHi by ..mfh.lmn' Trustee kurskl, ,if llvini.anil if iliad to hi* \-

upon the fnke p..iti': "Have fiurnotnin vuintcd.Km Inl. < I havrn't mu.-l-l, Townahlp S.v.n ((7)), South Kiuiire Twentytwo v* low..I. in her own rllht .h.1 and as known be-in at law. I irntees, deviseeerrnntifi -*. .>-
'.' *" ((22)) Eiul.Po I L. 1'.ok. et al..1.l.r.mla" r.. I..hrn Kuirt: ne :1..1 11t0 To- \t.'iVIncint' and Martha
"uk. rouHotl h8.t then with aetnrt. time. to tho bill "f complaint .'e.l K::1! :tx'VI., mln.. K Vincent, hia wife. ,If lit ing. and ifdi
"No .lluink 'oii." Sho leaned l ncU ". do like Mrs Monrs' ."ea. in tie fnult of uch apimrnnce -
> > \ > ou In flnld. on or b.r.r the tilth 'layof Ird. en Motion n. tit ,- '. a.1 tn the'ir unknown lie-lrs nt law, legate -
In her ('hair nml lonin': . 1I)2D, other wine the alletm- Thin cttimu ciimmK un for hiarimr upon at *nii| time nnd ,place, a dtcrvcpin -* ill.\isii-s, (ir irinntcii nnd to all person

retli-itlun, In u li r: iner or claiming any intrre-st in
l.I t tliul uu be nmeto dire'Ctinic publication' nntl tlisaitl bill of complaint will tho follow inrf l land In Uradforil
OBle.And I've never i anninht you.It or..r .h'aor.I..1
Op naiJ I -
| "It's nil Bo-ilted In. Jim as ) say
\1. "al hl..I la further ordtrcil. that th. notice bePiihllMhrd upon Bundry u.r.nd.h. nameel in said tin .uhf..1 by you. County' tlurlila. to-wit
how I"nl lian :las Mnrrahyknown Nan orrl.d."Suul.,1 seen I..r".. joii know. Shu'spiitty. once a wi-fk for four con*.Utlve Uill, alt the Court bcinir advined in the The Ir.o.r. County Teli-uraph a wcek- Northwest (Quarter of Southeast

)''Irr'/ he nuknj 8iiiKlnnly.Arnolt In," Claudia echoed.N.in l Isn't fho?" Sho lunged for vteek In the Hradfurd County TtluKraph. r.n. .. and it a.p.arlhl unto the Court Iv ". published in tho Town hvtebytliHlttnnteit or( (Junrter nnd Knit: Iliilf of NoitheastQunrte

wim ",'iriil Iho emlmrraHfltriint went down on her knees, she him to t..II"lh. her.Piter a weekly newspaper of ni-neral eirculntlon 'that m itubpoi-na. wu. vx..u'v. by the "'nrk.. llrndford County. Florida.which Is this 'r of Southwest Quarter, Iinl

of :I i ri.p'b: I >' tht. entry of Ietnrhlmfelf mop|>t>fl tho lllllo |>otil ) vlfroiotihly. t-lnnccd ueiosa to tthcru Mr"Mnnrs pnhl.h.d Mt Starke, ItraiHordi Clerk uf thin Court' and Court.fur. aervice to the as the newspaper,for \four consecutive i.a: .t of the Si.aboard. Air Lin 11.1-
II' officei of the be tiubluihed .
ev.'i'utive 6
SiTli.m Ifl Twp S
n'l.e '
with 1 the threo I "IVM. The salil to her 'brother. .""",v. .hl tiuie'ti WOY. R
ttns lo
shoxv ull le-e-k
.ho 1..I.ln. tho HoriilM Itnilriuid Company, acuri The complninant
.Ion.t tt I WITNESS the Honorable JuiUo of the upnn \ Kmtt, containing 60 acre*, orIe
IIOVM' mopped, on tho I thri'Hhol I In con- hr".thl"sKly. "lli>w clunifiy of me* "\"a: I 8\11'.1 ono "oul.cal bet Klichth Judicial Circuit, na alKO ti. W Alderman. >e iation.I and Anihler-Lumber Company, i It It* in. thi *ult to the nhova di-scribvd, ss,

fu.lolh.n they Haw that Nnn van It's a Kooel thlnu; It wnn't ole of piftty.. .,1.1. at II IsKmnil | Clerk and thn ai al of thin Court a .ur.ra.lol. and each of them and It land. 7.. Adklns, Y.I nnd each of you art- hereby roiiireil -

not I h.r.Iwy \n-re not nlloweil. you hoya," sliu udJcd, Vtllli prctcndcelseverity. and diilnt.i'-" at Bradford County, Florida, thin further appearing thut the executiva officer Vtitnena the Honorable ami | to uin" | >nr, d'lur. plead or anawer

In the drawing room, ua n rul. ",\rn\ ittti tftnnlt im'ldiir.lv ) the l'a.k.d.y of June. A. t). l'l-1. made a r..url on aaid writ Blatina Judue. al.o ti. W..I.tKn., Clerk in the| ,. the b,11 of complaint filed against you
..1lke 1 lt r. W. AI.DURMIV Inn inability lo Herve the aame on aaideurpoiutloni the seal of thi.* honorbl. .eor it, I lie iibeive; styled suit and cuurt in **,id
"Uut If you oriery icnnil., you She hoped dofperntely thnt Petoiliml women Sln .nhl She linted Clerk Circuit. Court.SEALI and, e-nch ef them and thntti Tnun of "''ark... .Horl.la. Itt dny uf tn unit.t title and re>mme clntid

tnciy ha\e ,..f hoi'? toil.iv" Sin ailcl, fornollen lil-i iiiicptiun; she HIIK* her elf for h.1lni nalil,) It, but the\ ( ) rirn.lforil' Counlv.Cour Kluriila.By ,I e e.aubc of hiii in ub.lity to make *uch *.. June, A. D., 1026. rr'h"I and to confirm ,tho titla of tha land

al'n'I.1, l/>'haul tin'in. "Hut no J.im *r 8ted walk: In tho cnrelen. She could not help C. A. KNIGHT vice that the oflieirti, or anenta of Bindinrporutioii G. W. ALDERMXNClerk.. abo\e iti-sct-ilrce' ] in tin' .complnmant on urI
I ktd Clerk and ,uch of thtm are unknown I lu rnif the 6th day of Jul,. A. D.
nlnl. no tkky llnt'i'rs on thacuthlong. unlioltmI thu ; French win.lownml "I I.yster n Deputy .\L' Mondny
I.nl tIY' viinnot be found a.Mord. D n. KNICIIT \ '.'.'n. fail ilecrea
rut. or proconfisiio
went out on lo tho KIMB-J with Nun ..,. ttlth them to tha Kite A. S. CUF.WS.Solicitor ,0 64DtTJNOTICE 1..11 .
for Complainant 8. -5'.7.2' leiunly .Iotd. Solicitor for Complniniint be entered aitainat ,
she tuinod to Teter wllh a frlcmllylltlli' I IwlA Mean. The em x-.ii ilm>..ii up nt tho roiidnl'l" Now, "';tOIU. IF IS ORDERED.All.lflH.KIl It ,Is further ordered that this onler ou bein

." ( Kilo put ilonn the freih "I, hope Mm will I'ome nn'l gee m. iin-l\ Iho < li.iulTeiirvn hal : .' r.KI-.Il. llmt ,llivMoridii bli-luil in the llraJford County Televrtiii' -

"ipot Hho ciirili'd nml HhooK luinili Mi-ot, M.irluliy, ,. )IhiilM. sil'l "1 live asleefi li. IM-I M-JII I Ruilruad. c""I"I. und AmblerLumber ''. a ni-usinp' r pulili-li. d in llradfor !
of NOTICE Company, .u.h ul them ahall Tin foiirt of the County Jililno, Bradford fiiunly, Fliirliln fr four consecutive
> : In
wl i him.I \e> itile>tlv -1 1 mv h".hanllw" Shu 'iii.ii i.i-.f plenlv ""n.y.
ry | 1..1 before til Couit I he 6th iluyof
Ulipeur" la upon Cou"itv., Moruln. M.Nhs prior to tho Ctli ilny of July. A. D
I ilon't' know how )you arc off fjrmi >"e"ii't .igo.' vou 1 know Nin tl i--h. -wh ,i IM"I Tn Circuit Court. Etuhth Judicial Cir July, A. 1 I. lu tf, a Rule L>uy of thu In Ri. Hi- of l In"I.t 1028.

1 it,. she wild t.) Mri. Me.r", I Vet.' "..i.1 ...nt..1\, '.ldniel "Ariit. vo .'1 t mil.uter and Bee im': cuit. Pradford Cminly' rtoridn. In Chanr Cum ,, ulid f. nd all uctiun brouuht byIJreMird riersoli -F..I', InVitniss tt'h, ivof. I hava hereunto

"l.i \\ >>,only h."" one nialil.Bu tiin HO HOI ry MiM.. .ii, .- "Rk'I" her "1Kinitilii r.- 1 rnin.rlii'K.| '"c. I e'nrporulnmoriititiixid Mitchell. Miuora.Notlie m t mv linnil nml tha sen] uf our snid court
"al ', ,inliny I 11. widow, and nr.1. and (.xi liiiK unde-r the lawn ofHorielu "v..1 lo Real KslatfClf nn this, the .'nil dny "f June. A D. 11124.
I l..nc to 111 l|> hi, I .It w.i,. tin.itlful f' 'list MmMI'.IIM l t vc i'o mv J"h. IAr.I. n"lb"l. ikccABid ftir Authority S.I
r 'nh. F in the CUUB* auamatthu .
tvtch /.rr. ab.v el.i.l.d Minor* (i. W. AI.IlEKMAN.
und) .
with. uinli.. I iliti'iuht .nuiii drite 0u. iln>
"I i Kftlintr a inoul a"II"I. MUCHtn.n s.un. .. and .lotwph Y. aa each of them -
I Ior.r.Co.n"lalnanl. h .h'I.ndun. old WHOM IT MVV I rink of Circuit Court. Ilniilfr.t-1 County.Hnrldn. .
-this of miiilV MrMe I ,ililn't on "" ot all--1,>"t touVIH )'ou. John?. TO cONCERN
"h"'hll < o no 111 uluch HUH i.eeln tn clmr tin* clnuiU ..1 Nut It-.. U ht-rt bv irlven the untleriuned (SEAL)
IK ln"w"I.,1 ").'"..lul'ly 1IUIM w.-l> I htivw, >ou *. -I try Ie. dn I lolin' viiniM be elellKhtcd, he sal I.Whlih I. 1 vFdwnrd and quic't tin* Title the riunl, \ C'umplumnnt runrtluin of thtpirsnii* and iistates E M JOHNS.

thiee erllont, i ''''. Imt I'm 1 evh it I < HP tu hevtlieiA ." 81'e dny Khoiild he come? Any M Pirkmion, ct nl.t to BUtidiy, land deHCribed in the 14111uf of.tlio nlieive* named minor-. will onI'u'sday Solicitor for Complnlnnnt 64BI7MiriCE --

(t1\ I\H ffon.lunU Complinnl, filed HI -aidtint and especially .1.I lo.uo A. M. July (Iih .\. D.. apply
.1 think, 'had bitter IPA\O It Itrrrmv Cloud. Quirt Tit I and I DIU-.C IllllilM deieelfd fie>m ll. I'u.I. lo the Honurubte G..r"o. A. G.rdinl" Count" OP SCHOOL ELECTION
iMiiiiian l KO ami inakt* mur.itlotiit 1.1 -* on ,I.I.I"SI) "A'"! >citt we Suit To of til.' Inlernul' Impruviment to tile ,
.. I."R "1am Olhr Ilttller. Judtfiin anil for n.Mo.1 County Hi the' |U < r viiti'il In Hum by th.
>r : d : ""k. for H t'lolhlu Ruiliiiud tn-wit llieNuriliMeBt Courthouse :
"nl.t"'ou ," i '; .he : Jll.hl. "s"er"1 Cunipany.' : Floriiln nt hia office in the County laws of Flinliln, tho liiianl of Public
.\ '." \\nnt tMie miililf." herbidther |I Nan \\UH louklnytriljtit All*>i3 ol : .,) I'Ir" In a todo" i Order of ion-Ice by ptihllrntlon. Notice quaiter uf Surlhtvi-l quarter ..ViSouthveBt In Starke, rloridti, or as anon thi'reitfte Inntructlnn of Hrtiilfnrd county call* an
to In..n and unknown d..t..n.lnn.! : quurter of Si>uth\M'.t quurtnrof heard fur author
Htlii' K In bh--.tiy nlkuul > her >r an tho mutter can be election to be held at tho Kolley schoolhouse
.I.. ," If "' ,lenvu tt I It ol.arln. t..m tlio ale.Uon. of 'h. Section Ul. Tuv.n.hip 7 Suuth. Raima 21, sell at private sale all the riuht.title .
"H .u In
"I ,h, eM. "O"Y > to ,'t.1 ty Killi-i Siie-cial THY District No
in eauar.thnt ,
deed' from J. ilaird
ohov. baKt and Averly toAmbUr nnmt'el minor
bnck I', i'runce told hot .. bi and rest of the nlwtc ; 0 and at the City Hull In Starke. in Special
bo ,
Jioim ) Inl.
coloieil In r..... iinnoyuiu'o"My I It In HI "n <-0' IOW MKO. r.I.I.n.o nr place nf h l- Lumber Company., ",wit : Thi.Nurtluiuit that curtain tract, pie'ce of
.h... lm\. .. pf itultolAi "And -AH* h*> Ir.,-hi! \\-a t 'or* f".rul)'. .B of tho di frndanta FdwarJ N. DI.. quarter uf Nurthwest quarter In of land'0, anil being In Tnt School District No 3. to determine
parcel not those Districts
n"t huit'I'nil: Mrs M-u-s ui-ivt! .I itkmi ,*.t a Petrr, hfl vo.rt not ."on.nrv Carolino plrkenion hi* wife. uf Suuthweiit iiuarter, uf S'.Ul S, township Starke, Bradford.lual. Ilnl'Iorll. and mora Consnllilato. elect or three truter* and de'tcrmino -

If 'hw woi ". on rmu'ii "V"*." ..'I N.T11eie I..' : Vann R Hnmlrl. A, L. Vonklrn. J..o T >u'h. Raima 21 E.t. particularly described a* follows, to-wit the mlllaera to ba assessed. Manairirn. -
1 N. .1ono Pac Frm-rv P. Jono, And i* further uruered thnt thi order
rongci you'l all t'W .I"lnl >our n\n \ 'i" a 'tie I me! .. ,1" i.! i uiitiiiiiiHi.) F. < G'.r.. F... Stn.nir.. Vcrnon 11Ford be published once a week in tha Uradfurd* That certain. the lot City of of land Starko.aituate.llra.lforelCuunty .lylnn J. I. Underbill. C A. Crosby. Brltt
and beinit in Aleare* for Kelly. A. II. Johns. A. W.Andirson .
M ,
Ctiarl W nrw.ck. C. which IB de<
l..olln. County '.h''OIh. h.r.l *icnitteivl | In the Northwest .
I'lorlda. II.r.r and C. A. Flitch fnr Starke.L.
Ponnld I.. MrKnv. John N. a* thu tiev.apuier|' in thianotice Section 2( .
of the Southwest KICKL1TERii
Ho born with in his i Ilr"n.l. K S. Powell. Snmti-1 C I.ano. lihllll be pilbllitlleil. for flva cone>cutie ( IIAr..I.. and' bounded onthe W.
was South. Itanuo n.
1 .- ..-more. .1. U Fnrh'. Jr .I"In C. weekly |HHU<. priur to said 6tb day of lands of K. K Wills. im thfKn'l
hand and grew up on hor.ehl'k... nil... T W. r.tt.4. R.h..r'' .. H July. A. 1>. 1U '. North liy by'* rf W Mitch Edwards on -7-4-Bt-7-2

I Starke 49 Years Ago and, this mode uas i.'ooil riunieli foi. T nnr. r I Mi-CnM.' Siimiu-l Swnnn. R Lie.neund ordered in Clininb* n nt Starke, Ihe Iln.Hy Call Stn.1.1 and on 'Hit. Wt.iby
I T. Kcrr,ll iml Irlnn lrrr11 htn wife. SUf in thu Cuunty of brnilfurd and State of lands Sooth of Mrs. .lesxie C. Allen an.I MrM NOTICE

him. Altlioui-'li there oUlht to 1mvt f mon J. Tom,p.p. W. IT OUI.. John J.Pitch. .'Iurlo. thi" ..s th day uf May. A. 1>. I'JJU. V. llnii'l. the snul lot belnK "II- ft.1 1

been of chances fur JoHoph P JcffordR \. Tnwn- A. I. AUKINd North and Suuth and IU feet Kast and In Circuit Court of tha Elahth Judicial
plenty "s1 P"1 xond.n L. T.w..n.l. T .H RlrmtaI SK\L JudiieI'HVS West orless. according to the Public Circuit of Florida. In and for Uradforel

no prisoner ever trot aw&'y fronhim. !I \ F Thurt.lnn. Chnrlo F Hnrton. C. A. I'OUEIt.-f. Records mon of Ilradford <"ounly. Florida.rm.il County, Flori.la.. In Chancery,

d-'nntimioil frnm TIIKO 41)) ,""I"lu. |I' Hut when the n\er was verv.hitrli. T.. H.irtnn.. Pi n (nmln Kit. Mr* \. JIfniftn Solicitor ., Complainant, 6-4-6U7-2 till KIM dny of May ,\. II.. \I'i'ilALICE llannnh L. Overatreet.

I !i iI .T. P. ..ok. ""II"r.1 F 1..wn. Miruir.LLA I Complainant
I The "t.thot o was thon at I-akc- he had to wait till a lowetitiitfi n ",'n.I. .. 7onada nnd NOTICE flunnlisn of thn Kstatil .( vsI

South'''rn< rivori. ilemocrnm ecrtttl \- 1 UutliM', and sometimes court c.ut of .meanwhile keeping. Pnnt hrr "u"I".I. Cloo Omklnv, Tho --.- Pavid' Plonnn 1t.h.1 an'I ICharle" I John D. McKmli y. et al.KtfendanU .

thviii-olvi-R t" tho utinnxt tikorp watir rinrliTfi' Rnl..n.1 .OrrAllon. .. Circuit Cuurt. Bradford Cuunty. >lurhi \titfunt u> h'c" 1. Mh., .
:i not he held because high water preiM'iitvd his charge. In the to\vn "ji> r," !In. T. nnd "nml.rnlo" nm. "' In t hancery.Idu .1 VMFS II. Hill In <|iiirt Title. Etc.
tip tho n i'i'tnlnncy of theirpatty. ,.. a rnritnrnHon.' Hn. Miller and U. in her own rlvbttinil m'scl A.4 .|.7.2. To. John 11 Mi-Klnlcy. if aliv*. and If
I i\w\ of .New I iv'r. iiiled J on tinM the :t L M"w.I. M'.ii-nev fni- ...r.II.1 .
tin- ihildrcn .. ,11 11 Ir"M.nlInltat ".m.'n"v. n rornornttnn f.nnd and M.irt- u* for Reibeeea 'lend bU iinkiiii\\n hi Irs devUees, It-Katee* .
It that '
vvn mi.l 1. E.I.n.
Tlupn'doicssor .f Lonjf llridtf" : church. When the ira.ro Unnk nf Florida.
were* tntight to slntr: Mnnr nmt If drnd or not *\ti.tan.othon mil Minor the I'nurt of the Klichth: J"Id hiisl'iind T William IVmlicrttin. each If
"iiK a rickety span aoroxn the main WIH IHIII. the spiuv between tin thrlr. nr MM. holr*.. IIM I.. In*n toon Clrrli Flori.ln.. In and for Bradford ull.i'. and If iK ad, their unknown helra..liis.,1. .

"I am n IHtlo< ilemocrnt nnil RO-V| II Immicl, listened to n tree by a ii'ilintr and. the rl.f1" puck"'| vrnntrr* i mept.it .. and n'ultrna .. nil v Cumplainant. e clnl Cnuntv Cirlil. In.r Chnneery.J lei.ii, or i-ranters. nf earh : ami ,
unttnown" to rn"lalnn"' <>..r'.t that thv h. Lord.Complainants. i. till peison hniinu or clalmiiiK any Int.ui I
Kd: uid N Eva
tiickcnon. it al., lord' nnd
In the name; 1 I' hum, f" nlluw of its recovery after with sand, to make the xtructun- .ro Inform.-d. thaf 7onndn' V P.-ntV I H 1 in tl.,. f.M, iia ,1'scril'd land lynif -

I wouldn't hia republican. I"nii'o hiKh water had moved it down tiniHtieiiiu. too hcato. be u\I'rturl"t by 't ",.". tvr hi.1.,1 and C.H.|. ninkini "** Suit l.rul.lal.I'' Till*, clc.To v* snd betnii In fak Bradfo-d county
in V"'o n.'o.' htit th.lr' I Illll, t'l.u K

it i i. I ihnmo.. i SoinotilMi'K the jmlKO failed lh.t.t.I.\I1 inmates, but In tin,, ... .. 0.1..... .. I.A..r. n... n..1 .1. ,tic above thu followinK., cau>part.. to-wit.. defundant Jame* T.Si In. Prurry l Pefendnntn Rmtdith., et al. 1 mm tin. v'ui-hiit( cin-ner of Walnut

l .nfrtf -, ,t.. Fvr vt*** V W. Wnnintrn .kt nml South SirntM in the Town of Starke.r .
Tln> whether nntlvo to ciiinp bccaime he feared bvini; cnur, ot' time the leaked oil't u.er nml McKae, at IVuuUMa of tllo Hill to Quiet, Title *
new.conlrl. 'I' '" Pl-ttr t of Cf.'umhta nnd thnf t>i>'rfI Kaihvad Reddish. If and IIdend liifnin. run Southerly ulonu Walnut
from h. Thi,> mail be.tvvo'n thrntigh thi- ami then it I "ii fn th.> J-ttnto nf rtorlda' T-.nr.wn 1.'wrll ton..y. a curpoiation. TnPrurjr Ihln. "Snit l ,, .
Northerners or fore-toner*, w'ro1 shot Ilbl "II"k. h:1 nn n* Stuke and I.iikc Hutlcr was tu In- chained to am| tn oomnTn'nnnt, thitr'r. nf a ..h"n.a nl''o'n.aUr. Bueici'imorii anil > M. "' "r"nl1",, To- John D "endS.iilli, l _. deerren rant (S7i
tho al fast .lln. .
Yank" In stumpi IT"'r
01",1' upon .U"rn woiiM hind thi* .ald 0. ". WillianiB. an attorn*'y in fuct I. v. If llvlnif. ami If dead to hi, ji in Ki Jlo feet to rhoniliHoii Street
they were dUlikod but Indlv.iilunllv carried by J. \V. Kolhim. huraobuolt. taketo keop it in situ. The shcriff n-t.. nr vi.)t1i.
fault t Htpiod ir-ntM'anant) When the w.iter was nut too hiirhhe who 1' to u Company a :
no enmity Wll shown them. To tho was >

contrary they wre,. shown nil pos- swum the river. "'h"1 too ht:h and while >trirt, wax very humane'', (n\nT">d In thl. ..,1' and.I r.'".J..lnn'o al'* ant Milt cumr'.hY. ..corimnitiiin., lone.f in Ou..t- .unknown heir* a' law. icuatv.ele.: .. f. t t Waliut Si ecu thence Vortherly
T. that tit./ o nnt 1 now and hv 1 ., To Vnseo "I.var. |.. 11 nn Eat slili* of Walnut Sireet 100't
.11. vis nernntees
ho left hix horse on his prisoners fivo 0. h' ill exiitunce. i'4 unMiiuvvn : :
ibU> klnilne! which ""mll"t.lyaptl'nte,1 f"I''llmill. p\o l'UIU -rt.t tit-arch and, l I""u.. ban not h.n leuil re iireii'tiuativ".. auccojrt,tru .. If and If dead to Dip un.kno ., 'nl to ihei pnint 01 bierinninu ill In the

them nnd It Is friendly tlio east .ide of tho river, cruxmdIP nival- dav and then wa. afrniihe 1 *" n.". f nn .."hvl any "f fhr ald df- nn.l ienitri"> i i '.-t U. Niclinl and .Ir,.. n 1' /.lna. ... !I""A'. .-, ,|evi.e... 01. M.utheait qtmrter of .Suinhwi-.t ,,unrtcr of

( .'Uitf. then procured horxi inter nur.o 'lid much to ennblp n 1 \.1 "f hi .ln -.. I I. ntlftrrd .. .."' nown I I. dnd !. nt'NMl ht i .it.-. ur itrailCOITINS and If dead to KM- unknown h. irJ -, 'tt r.. wn of Star'e-. riruilfmil I'ounty Hor-

'tanil thc met the other itido and took the mail t.> < mil' hr'/try could be foutun ( .. a'l' v .'.rrnt a. h'r"ln stated, or t I"i .1'' /.ln... lewa. lit nnil containing one-half ai-ra. mor*
them to hardship. ..c *trtnc<> r nota It l fo fil'-i' *..dr lif IMne'lnn'l'iVd'e"a'd."ii'! In-: jr lemi.
Lake Hutk-r.! such times thflctton Mail,,, m those days-, rirket; .,'" *<* bflT .o .. <. ..r'h.,1' 'hon- I> .I.n. I You and each of
with In the new country. Pultie. \ lr r.-fi ,," ++ ++ Vno"n heir* at ,taw, Iwah., .lev Leo* you are here-by requlr-
!I. J. ('. KichardTh \\t n" n.-f "ri'. ftrmn nnd 'Vrntlnni.. ,not + +++ .I to appear, di-mur. plead
In the air newcomers nml papers he brought e"ul iitie, owned beinif nlwa.\s th. *" ., .* (In tald, ntni r. fn*>olvfd, m the bill of complaint tiled airalnnt In '
and 1. & CASKETS | .' d. ml hl. unknown h.ln at ',"n.t. you
i '
he .Ir only ono ,
whatever may have been not 'nl.1 r"lulnl. h. ro was Wll" .1'* *, .' .. ..mo at/- r.I.I.n" nr ... .irvbew or .rantees ; and to all per. Hiei ilbove slyk.l Bint nnd c', irl in laid

convictions before, never failed in his duty rain or |1..1 \IMIIH i 11 U-- \1.. ,, \.hit..'..4 "'it"c nf htiti* f r. Mr>''no'v. ., "onipln'n! i nml a Full Line of having or claiming any Interest I.t Ir, uit to iiulet titlo lo and rcirova cloud I
their i. from and
poltlcnl -.n' -aid' hill r.lVf 'la nrav. 1 J h. l In Starkllra.lfi.nl ,- connrm the title of tha land
8hin.'. .tore now --tanilThe young hlmiil 1 -. nln.. f..no."I d..I..I In. bovo iln-criWif
srecilily "hraced the ilemmrntictloctrino lj.own ..1 l tin'.own dt f'ndfl ,- County, to-wlt : in the c. mplalnant on or
I't'tiarini" for" kickei,! r." ,,,, r ." ..n.' ." ...'I.n. Supplies 1Al !ln the s" thea.t Cor.ner iHifora Monday, th8th dny of July. A. T>
; : < '*
nnd ng won n. thi-v hu.I I The ,'nAIi..f of New, River cnux.rd ( 1.lt. hit .. I I., W(), P,i "?, .1 ". ...n, : l'nd'rtalcrs' V niJI"in of and| nay street* In lf-0 Here'ln fail not. or a di-crea Pro

been here long ,'notlh. took
One of the ,1 r.* tf lvlno or in cxl t..ncr. or If .1..1 I I ,n South East side street furlhl'r 'red thnt thi* order be ,
to be reji( tered, so that they could wuu tho late JuUtroV.. ,. Tum cub" Irin'il'l.ht"r .r not ..I.I.n. then hln. h.'I. 'hr. .Ul' fe.t. thenca on run East 10' to.t. piiblishi-,1 i In th. llrn.lford County Telenph ]

vote for the state's R11\nUon. which //110 a man for his timed, fearless used to h.-ve his pocko nr It* ho. dtvl.i.N>a. I."" .. Alwav* oa hand. Tb bit ..rvleaJ :. a "' N0rth' nfc"'81 ll"n"VI. a newipaiu pulilKhtnl in Hradford
I full buckshot with which h,n ttrantt'M. *" ._ .n" a* ljrn.. and, n'1 I the "liiwi'-.t prir. tipvelal *l"J .; nt feet ,. point nf heirlnnlng' (.uiinty. for four consecutlva week* prior
meant the democratic ticket. Theywere energetic. His mode of trnni* I ,".on.. flrm .n.1 .o."rU.n., hlnl nr + iLiili.nt li. l'iiraph orrfvi-s. TKE.ISTKItEI aid described land t" tl ih ilny ,,f !.,|y D lo.ij

pencrnlly taken in charge bv I.ortlnir prisoneri from trk. to bombarded his nntagoniet* to the!I rlnlmln. anv ._ I. th. .... LMHALMEUf bilng .hv.. Norhw. "1lnl "t'n. In Witness Whereof. I hava heraunto icri

.ditemntlturo. p.r-< I.. or lota of land Ivfnjnr : Mock known a. ., J.c.O. Mva", i my hand and tli seal of our *ald court on
Tumblin who saw to it that ': T.nki> Bntlor. where tho county jail. great .I hrttur In Ttrndford Connfv Flr.. lut HEWITT C. JONES + : In tl" T "n "' '* till* the 2nd day of J,1IK, A. n IOJA.

Sh.rif presen",1 t <'01111- | vi u. I.cnt.'d. was to huvttli 'm wal, The 1'"i". ran to Cedar I Key, th, "own nnd .l>.).rlb<>d .. follow* : Fl"r'iila;:;. O WLDRRMN..
they were duly Th. <*..o.nut .1'tnrt.r of ...* i T r STARKE FLA. J t.> rl< of l iremt i'urt. Bradford CountIn -
Clerk York, n man with a lonu m front while lie rode b.hin.l. carrvlntr lain lint t'linii Waldo mtith no t '. Th.. ?.irh hn" V. Mt : Y.u An'n.h\ of y,.I, ,r. h, r..I", reQUire.1 """ (SEAL)

ty '. r .. trfalUftr* .r ** wl*. .- I at.n.r. J..niur. pl. ,,, '
tratTis 1"u. or E M
I board nnJ! short liklnff for the re. nn ever ready double-burn-l.! h.\tl b'-'on opened for \ ..pinr.r T1 .. MtS, VT'f: >J t :+ +++ + + "I :. n f c.m., 'am' 1.1: ?, n"i.n., .", J i i ei JOHNS r.r fnr, Complainant. -45t7PAGE -


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KMU.UTS KKOM COINM : tractions' to capitalists will lie reed. Uu-hard.;; mi "'.1,1 lVa-hu'ton; ban I Ii j spring. to fife n- ,soon. .' us touched 't\\ r 11, lias I prolix liy ;it. The mov-

V.KM.S; : : KKPours : \ tur million- lux. ,, om(' 'into |in'i > u.i mil I 1.1111,1: u 'ih ,11'I. I>\ t the in igii! vvaid, ''I' piogre. I Il'h'I'I' in:; of. the i KUI' 'thmmo to Starke, Rand

Jh !t..- state sine the It' [istature and ." lilt.; of. 11.iv ail the IIrRt copy of '1 CUIMO t., bo n demand 1 for tinti j;i 1 later the division, of the county 'I y

.' DrS&liejtfy... ; "t : ,M; ''1..t .1., oar nib t II i iC I- .li-1 pi \U 'k l ui .,n.v : i\ ..1 I. i ,.tit| i u.i" ought i .at t It was I Iu I I'"i i ; soon. I the' .v .011114:; oiling. grove11 -* nto. ;.1 i another and' more. compact

'C'1t1t1J1t J I I. M lit.- "ll't.' ,. who VI ..lidi ftti'f dead, p> ,ople. in- ftmi the et art. Col. mo into. bearing; homo-seeker. \ 'unit were further" boons. Great la ., ,

I I <" i t'I""r u'l, diui'.v' c. In .1 I'- it > ,>au' i >l. t 'u> 1 ." \ r: .I-l m.i-tii I of' fl air !nght th" farmers' surplus land; old. Itradford" :and,\ Sturko is its ,

\ .1.1'I tali, .Hid. I'm.15' a bi'ii.g 'in. me touit. of the United; States 1 ti. 1'.h'. 'person in und 1 :II,ill this put toe i ash into their pock.is. prophet.. OLD 'UN. i \

i t." get :i milk I piunt at t1'all<'hul.t.J eide-red Secretary of the Treasury" round, M:irke had u "favorable (e' Then the strawberry industry I II Iinrtcd ___ ::4 \

( 1 litoutlook, is !good. Mellon und David II. Blair, colleu- mention". some kind and all the -,I liriiiging moro m"nrTwo 'I ... f.. +i..,..,.. .. ,...,........ ,..
t.iiof internal revenue, to .show titles I In- could think uf and all the I I minks wero started in Stnrke, nil'I

, \ J r.i-ci>-The dairy industry of the muse October .1 t why the state jt: Haltering : djecltves used by the I Iloimtry I heir IWlll'// l'illl'It'I..t in the way ofnd'ls t. HAHVKY M. SNYUEU tt .

-.d ID. 'IlIIIl2 Ccitfe9sIoB $ / unity .shows every evidence? of aIC.M'V Florida should not be allowed to papers of those I days, wore! > ; seat beget l to bo felt and1 l : t

of M'JWI ,'!. and healthy g: .,wth. Two test the federal law. used without stint i iCul. 1 ho' fnrmorcoul. I at List I throw off :Mortician Stnrke.: Fla. t
i.nli.uU. of cattle wart: hipped into Florida this will spend Mono: hud been a prominent (t he .voko that the t cotton. l"u.vcrhad. Member of Florida Funeralt 1
the county during May. Six new year I on Ihotr necks through. nt't'essis i.
and knew trick for Hit
politician t
I by Paul Wwlo. r; $"[17.:0.to:: :\ give the school children every Directors! mid Embalmers Asj 1 M
5 Bah, ,Hairy blu'lsIre\ in tKe prorcas I.f of the first six grades free winning: popularityVith n buggy 'y and hI' '('111:> free men All this -

; 'J n 1 i.ftruction and other are plan school books. The estimates. have borrowed from one mul n mule! from I I ii'lpoil 1 Stnrke, for the welfare tithe sociation. J ,
'" t town depends on the welfare of.
11\ another, he traveled muting the old ,
just been completed\ byV.. S. Caw. 1'IIONESDay1 :
I Tim CHAKMINIJ: MUS.ltKilll1; -If. im iK.ir. I found out only and new settlement 1 getting acc. 't l.o farmers. The killing of t lime! or-
of In- I
than superintendent public>
CALLS tinaftiin DM tli.it"U. were the l'il.llus-Grm'l's that huvy not struction. The lat legislature. quaintcd. Ho sent "ample; copies ::1 mire trees l It y cold WitS a blessing. Night-.VJ-W $
provided .
1 41 ;;- laughter; if one ,,1'm>' dearest peen neglected are! in splendid for tho distribution but this to every person mentioned!, und i i n disguise. for it pointed. out '. t With DeWitt c. Jone. '
'Ti- not Lovo's going hurts my trie-ids, her coca -ank al most to shape] none having suffered from when ho later euil.il 1 and intimated It

days, a whisper, "jour mother and 1 were diyeuther.? llmvever! there is anextremely ;lack',ear'output of funds.: has Governor( been limited Martin by that he would not frown upon ,noorer,' way to p-ospenty-and the ..,.......iii.....o.iff.,..i .; n. I
it went in little vvujs.' \ clese." ---- ---' -
But that 'el'Y.'ery general infestation of u year's suhseriptiun-who\ could! -
hopes in the next two to increase -
" 1 sat for .: long time looking out "Oh did. you know her? How the Elx- ]lottl..1 mitt this timing. tho free book> distribution any him 'nays :
. wonderful Mrs. Wright! And justto J !
( distant heights with mythoughts
to the to include all common schoolurudes. Col. Moon- d. wl'illln.1: soon was
following Curtiss to the think hire wo are living right Ol\l'cc\'hob'e-A citrus packinghouse able t" build: a good. residence und lO.

! uunc-c. A little couplet of ElnISt.. next door. Truth is: surely more ? for the county is planned and was prosperous: Later he sold time A Remedy for Piles a

Vincent Milnv hiu-ntcd my mind surprising than fiction after all." should be> ready for this year's crop I Oral argument in tho Florida, Telegraph (to I. C. Webb, und he.

and repeated itself over and over "Yes, we grew up on the sumo aided the Fine Arts Club in putting Supreme Court on the famous in turn sold<1 it to Matthews und

in spite of my effort to think small town-loved each other justas on a home and lawn, bcuutific-u- Ocean Drivo case from Miami
again Matthews bei Ask
Farmer. I In 1M\tit\H Mr.I i your Druggist (wnom know what
: of other things. sisters and there wasn't a secret Lion campaign. Prizes will be given i leach will take place June 22nd: chute sole owner Time Telegraph' you )

Tin: not Lovo's going hurts my either of us had that the other for tho most improvements in ;I and thereafter the briefs will be had, much competition in tho beginning he knows about PAZO OINTMENT as a !
did not bharc." the homo grounds. the! court. In this case Remedy for
, days, reviewed by / but overcame it all-a case of Itching Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
But that it went in little ways" I (There was one, thank heavens, i private interests along the beachfront > survival of th" fittest. Col. Mourn, Piles. GOc. 1 I I

There it was-singing itself persistently she had been spared, the one that Osceola-Citrus growers are put- 1 Sunny Isles to the Snowdon its founder was one of the noted ,

into tho evening shadows only my father and I knew. Tho ling; fertilizer on their groves the estate. abort nix miles, are trying men of the .t-itc in I.is lime, und oil

and making itself one with the pat- I secret of her sudden death) first week in June this year in order I to close the road along the ocean, that account the Telegraph' gained ....d.

tern of the trees. : I began to weep. to be sure of getting a good declaring! it to be private property.Tho immediate' \prpsl.giund having err -

"Oh, I'm so sorry, my child. I cover crop. Tomatoes are looking Dado county commissioners ._. .. .. .
What u lot this young poetess been nil that a pi .per should! be, .: --- -- _--..-._-.._.-- t'I
should l not have opened an old. fine i laim the road, is a county road. Thedecision for
knew of the every-day emotions of this prestige it has never lost
wound, and she came over and will have a fur reachingcffcct I
life! Her poem (I rememberedjust i it bus. ulwu.vs li'rn regarded, us one
placed, her :Land on head, "Let Leon )Delivered 27 pigs to club
left' my in Florida. .
weeklies in the
the way it looked on the of t the best stall-
not speak of mother again'' of the lust week. Cooperative J. L.
us your boy. county I I could stfl find .much. to sayabout SIMMONS
side of a pago in one of those splendid
Wjthe Cooke, foremost authorityof
it makes suds'"Oh has ,
because you very fertilizer buying : :
I have
little vo.umeb that one levee St.irke i.f oil, but I
no, it's really all right," 1 iibotit ceased. Approximately 030:; the United States GeologicalSurvey : all the' limo r It
end her laver tllli'nII' spare
about girl ;
a ,
to caress- replied, "I love hearing about her ti.ns. have been bought through the on the Atlantic Cou tul editor, CH i fir the' I Iwnul.1 I I'I.\IBI': NC<; ANI>> .KLKCTKICAL, CONTRACTOR f'
of the spii purpose.
in the springtime year-
of the
she I'luin, and 1). Stunt
from and how pleased must local farm bureau.
they hati! both thrilled to the loveliness you '' 1 ills\ > :ike in leriill, the generuleconomitul .
l h to know tl.at I have right state geological surrey, willpend
e you
eo'iditons' of the countyin Eainrater: (
of nature and together Florida l\Iade-\"ork Guaranteed II
hall most of the summer studying
visited five
here bee: le me tonight"I Clllumhiahave I ,
felt its eliarm: ana then, in the full limestone. Pint of the time- the long ago und 1 the liruve'
married then 1sup- had regained my composure, demonstration plots of Cotton, timidstlua'es ,--trtigic! 'the people. have mad I,, intinowning STAKKE. .FI.OUIDA
-they were I will also be> devoted to u study of
; The than
anti wo spoke of many things. promise to set earlier off I the I''oll..m'nl, undpolitical
still and felt the \k
pose-she saw theatre, books, psychology and art. usual. All cotton club boys hiwciiiileied the formations around Luke Okeoihobee. abouttheir \
millstones bung
of that ns well, but t that .
beauty ,
season house boll ---- --- ....
Hrr mind treasure calcium arsenate "r .
teas u i --- -- .
he- i __ ____ Weeks. bit, .it m not myprovince
of precioustonen, the facets: of il control. \
"Laughed at all I dared to praise Florida's treasury is in its just now. The few who
heat in little which were scintillating: thoughts '. Nl l LETTElt healthiest. conditon, according to) "remember how bud, onditons wero
And broke my ways I SI'AIE ( .\ \ : .
Curtiss was getting to bo liko thoughts polished with a broad jntcrext John C. Luning state treasurer.hen 10) or Ml) yi'a-n age, can hardly. real- We can charge 0
I that YES-- your
and love for people gave: for businessJune i7. how the change to the presentproperily i;
that and, as I sat alone in the gathering : \\ the state opened ( HRS

tw.Ilg: I wondered if t'.liscouU : her the simplicity of the truly Tallahassee. June 17-Honda's 1 there was a balance> of $tri.- of the count.v could be i si mi Hi i E BATTERY inSmith's o

be a universal condition with great.he! that unusual: and very capital has settle I down after tho 01)0,1) "moo in the treasury, und of that brought about in smh u eomparuivilv ,
and How wives was uiiiount all I but about $'{,(101)) reposed ( chart\ time.I The reasons. are :
women men many
dl'liA'htfulllo..t of person who could ,democratic ]primary} und state! officials
situ! wi.h aching hearts for in banks and was drawing u sub- many; but though reotireefur
were 'g f listeners now r begin> preparing deffinitely -
full can
n room "
huslmi its who were careless or indifferent htnntml rule of interest. From the wealth and, wl.lIll1.inlt.I at thnt timeunknown Starke
f "lltl: IP ways." as: site talked and yet she, for tho legislature of 1J27.! interest of state funds in bunks> ,. .. hove come, Ihe, I pruii',ipulrencon l Garage ( IA:
audience While! complete returns: are not ,
herself was a perfect ,
footiVl brolcon :Mr. Luning thin. year will wipe out. lies in lime diunuter of thepeople Fla.
I heard on a
a in there to be virtual ,
at intervals in promises a
unselfishly yet
scattering of small rocks the iUO,000<: in bonds which the! whose inheiilit. ..1I..ItY. und. ''i
twig-a ;
the conversation and drawing from reorganization, in the house. of _
Mat,, hall owed the school fund, good I sense mile th"11I..ar themselves -
the of (lagu leading up to : ATTENTION
path To
on your mind II'I'.' hest until suddenly l'I'prl"1'IIlutive8. Arthur Y. SD lam, thelopilitons Poultry People [ t
sine 100J.! : loose hv sheer' forte from
tho house and looking out I saw a
of Jacksonbille of tho of
ideas speaker Bradford
your must ordinary : appeared thnt kept'' thorn down und. County s
white figure approaching through to (flow in mew words ant house in 1'JJT!:;, was not a candidatefor The captains in charge of stateioud :Your I'oul.rv. .... I .
tho dark. gingerly nil 1 intelligently/ grasp every vi"1' ,11.1(1(' |I. t.'f' Ar,. You 1'1'I
worthwhile.Kvcn re-election. Fred 11. Davis. representative '- either ,
become working -
and tamps prisoners opportunity for betterment that : ... kd l'rue tail I'rompl' reiiiill.ini,
Then: voice: called to me .
a : if she hud not known my from Leon county and must get guards l who can !keep
itself.. The char .
its tones wove lot once reassuring mother, which was ur. additional floor l leader in the lust session, bites: the prisoners from running away, presented superior, \(\\'IIIl'v I Von I ot Next I We.-k, 11I"1I11'111,,, I II'NS: 3I Ie."
m-tor and intelligence peoplebeing ,
and sweet: bond, I fhuuld: have felt drawn to: announced that he will btI candidate or the state will have! to have new established, there is viitualIv I I per II,., IGG'IIIIl': ; |,(, 1,1., ,per /Oo/e /Dverrd|, /

"Don't" be frightened dear, It'only Mrs. 1'right.Vith her all my inhibitions for thespeakcTship.. The former ItUIII'''''. This in SUh..tIlIIl'O'IIS. thu no limit to thin progress' we will SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO..

I. forth her anddisl'ovl'11 slipped away and I was p"pulul.tylnd; influence of the thought in letter sent out to nil still nwk,'. Jacksonville. 20 JHfl: i>l. Florida
I went to greet telling her the things that wereut'urest ;dung Tallahassee! lawyer indicate load camps recently by"Ihall;
Mrs. Wright As fnr.II..kl'\ it experienced, u -- -- --- -----
that it vvn ;: -- -- ---
that he will be elected. S. D. Harris
my heart.I :.Mayo, commissioner of agridulturu.t / !
"It's a 1i:t1.- rool l.ere, don't you felt that hers was no gossipy of St. Petersburg, who aspiredto I.>I'U'I'Crllde/ of supplies and to- Trent( boom in IKS I I. and, it in lasted. 11, x>OO<)()<)(>oo<>oo<>oc*>oo x>oo<
theporch. foriurH.
asked nodding to canio
think? I curiosity, but> a genuine interest, the gponkership in 11)23) has an- luicco must. be maintained, in the
numbers', fuitories. were established Adding to Comfort and
and before I knew it, I was tellingher nounced that he will try again. amps ale, the commissioner.
"Yes, in spite of the beauty'swarmth about Curtiss going to the dan. Such old warhorses in the senate warned the captains. !Ireels laid. out und, niniierojsbuildings I Good Cheer of the Home

," she smiled, waving one 11.1. itsV.. A. I Russell of Putnam county I erected.! It scat hard to Au..niml yurr raal hon.Int.inr. to u.,dwnlubnmt Im.iun.: : \ ,ail.o Ih.wh I..ury.': b d.. irvnhxtd
hand toward the distant mountains i ienlizt, that a town that had before 14nn/oil.nr; whmm hw rho ........_
first time he's been t James I K. Calkins, of I-'crnan- asked I'res. w .nJ make 10
"It's tho f anywhere Governor Martin has been I Could 1 inimodiatc- .-n.. ,",..,..10''. .",1... r. 11.,1.' sn Ji .....u, pmnae dr ,
where a new moon haloed one of like that without me," I explained dma, W. W. Clark, of Milton, and ident, Coolidge for a fair und fear so lethargic, < d,. ...U bent ul h. ,nu,. h..hutJ. n ;
tho tallest peak "and I was thinking that of tho younger members, Joe II. less investigation of gasoline. mid/ Fur p......,"| i....,bl.,iilun. U, will]|<1_........ t ,t,

"I agrea with you and I think it possibly he was beginning not to- Scales of Perry, and John M. Coo, oil prices. In a recent letter the YOUl'i1"'I; : AFItAII I SHERWIN-WILLIAMS lCLi
would bo moro comfortable if wo of Pensacolu will be missing from', TO I ANYTHING
well not to care, my voice wavered > governor pointed out that enormou i I '
go inside." We both laughed. done it be- the senate of 1027.! Senator Cal- 'r
"he wouldn't have increases in prices of oil and gasoline "I was afraid to eat because I
When we were settled in the living kins has retired from Senator
the at
fore- have confronted people always had stomach trouble after
room with its soft gleaming "Yes, I know, before you wero Russell, ono of the best beloved ,intervals and that there seemed to wards, Since taking Adlerika I can
lights I looked at my visitor and married isn't that what you were men in the legislature, was controlling the mar cut and feel finc.|" siorneJIrs.) : to th.Iflrml.. .mljAnldi. .. to u... A n.. oil p.lnt ooIU.S b_
be u monopoly ( / dining > .. .,,,..,, ..nakne. 01...,. rrnh in ....'.. '
even before she spoke again, I realized I going to say?" she asked. : drawn into the race against his will ket. The state executive asked the A. Howard. ONE: spoonful Adlcrl-! Dd Pvlniffl,.. r.ll w.11.drcnntlon... unuu.Mi o, linlWt.Ho ..n.lly. matm Mnltvy d.., any ., t

that this was: no ordinary wo ; I nodded, my heal 1 in surprise. and then defeated because he stood 1 Federal Trade Commission to be ka removes GAS and often brings> :; ,emu! M.rno V.mUu Plno.Uc for the Anlur. '
man. Although sho was a woman (To bo continued next week) for a no-fence law. Senator Clark placed in charge of the investigation surprising, relief to the stomach. bh..rm'rdiuoa' ;, pnxlucu uCIl, well middle years hers was Scales Stops that full, bloated feeling. Removes You mil, be iot.mwl in dm ......n.. drsp.. and. I 1..Tmm
past dead and both Senator
is to remove it from politics.> ..11 emit emit..,.......
tho radiant personality of youth. I DILL\ TICKLES\ : AGAIN: and Senator Coo were defeated.All dispatches from Wushing- old waste matter from intestines :
Recent '
Even her voice was as freshly! musical candidates must file their final ton state that President Coulidgihas and makes you feel happy t For Sale By .
of sixteen. When cucumbers are being fermented and hungry. Excellent for obstinatei .
as: a girl I expense accounts with the see- stalled the investigation.
i'on-tipntion. SuM)1\. Mitchell'Drug <
"You've just. returned from a I into dill pickles in open vessels ic-tnry of state within t ten days after Store. JONESLumber

trip around tho: world I believe," I i a scum of molds: and yeast the election in order to be officially / New J 17-story hotel being ,'r"llI.,1,

said. develops. This must he skimmed elected. at Surasota.

"It started tilt to be that but Icouldn't I, oaf occasionally, says Dr. E. V.IJergci New ice cream plant opened in

resist the little by-paths> entomologist of the state Florida's fight to repeal tho federal Brudenton.Taiupu Grove's 1)C & Supply Co.

and out of the way )places so really I plant" board. If time \unioU :are inheritance law will open in wren curs in lIyde Park :

I got only as far as England when' .1 lii.-cd air-tight! hovvo.ci, this s: i <\ tho Supremo Court of tho United now operate over double track: lui'. Tasteless > OO(> x 4 O *<)C

I should. have been Norway:; or does not form und the pickles will :States; (letfber. I, a< the result of New one million county courthouse : -

some such place, according to the i remain firm and crisp f"r months. tho trip to Washington of near completion in Sura",''tu. .
If! 1 just nth recent built V. Chill TonicPurifies *- .- -_.__._._.____.__.
schedule I I.a;\ planned. Almost any glass or -tune or Attorney General John B. Johnson. New hospital f> b, at m .j

hadn't seen Devon in April I might I er nonmetal'cs".1 holding about By order uf. Gov. John W. Mar Beach. the Blood and I )

fl o-Mi-ffffmmrrffffomf C'I 1 : two to eight/ quarts or more and tin the attorney general prepared, Thermalero! Gas Company will makes the cheeks IIATTKKY: CIIAHCHNG; _

have tor.i myself away but now, : suitable for putting up dill pickles: n petition fur the !supreme court in open gas manufacturing plant :.it rosy.Boo/ t oao011:30 OC30I===IOC30 'l'. }
I know England: by I small quantities, if not already
well now in which permission! was asked! to test Tampa.
heart." airtight may be covered practically the constitutionality of the recently oJ'OuO;;( new pumping station being Guaranteed

"What do you do, Mrs. Wright ? air tight by a piece of sheet enacted federal inheritance act. er"ct."d at West Palm' Beach Hours

I* it singing, writing, poetry, paint. rubber and a bag/ of sand. The rubber This act, the petition set forth, discriminates Work started on new sewage: disposal fffiIi I 1TTh 8 Service and

mg, or what?" ) may bo cut from an old inner against Florida and will plant in northern part of Sar. Service)

"None of those, my dear. Al- tube and should extend about two take away from the state tax money asota. SatisfactionStern's

though I thank you just the same. inches past the edge of the mouthof she Is entitled to keep.If .YKJtS10/; Rubs Pain ;
I'm only trying to make living an the jar. A suitable sandbag, the federal w is not repealed'then '' Ra ht Outs Garage

art." which .should weigh from two to one of Florida's greatest at- (Continued from Page 40))

Make living an art?" It.. was four pounds: when intended to covera then straightened.In Agents: EXIDE Batteries Phone 87

an unusual thought. small jar, Is readily made fromi and between some of the layer of November' 1379, a keen-look -- --.. -___
Sho nodded her beautiful, patri. : plate of cloth and necessary sand cucumbers. Finish with a layer of ing, frien lly man mado his appears RENEW YOUR HEALTH aS 1

cian head with !its: ivory-tinted hair by brir.gi..g: the cloth up around grape; leaves and cover with a brine mince: in Starke. In one coat pockethe BY .UIUFICATION will tell that

which was parted simply in the the sand and tying the gathered made by dissolving seven ounces of carried a p'po; and the other was "Perfect Any physician Purification of the you System .

mid lie and wound into a coil at portion above the sand to form a salt in a gallon of water. Place stuffed full of newspapprs. It was: Is Nature's foundaton of Perfect

nape of her neck where two antique pouch. Strong wrapping paper may the air-tight cover in position, and Col. W.V.. Mooro. He interviewidtho \ Health." Why not rid yourselfof J. R. DAVIS & CO.
pins of amethyst held it in place. be used in making the sand pouches. after several weeks you may expectto merchants and other prominent chronic ailments that are under.

"It's no easy task," she replied, have delicious dill pickles. men and made! friends of all, and mining your vitality? Purify your

"for it requires all the virtues and I If fruit jars are used, the covers Any loss of brino due to overflow tho result! was that soon thereafterhe entire system by taking a thorough

all the better qualities of mind. I'm I should. net be clamped down until during tho curing process shouldbe moved here with his family from course of Calotabs,- once or twico INSURANCEAGENCY

quite a neophyte myself and, as I I the cucumbers are through fermenting replenished with fresh brine or Lake City. A shack standing/ on a week for several weeks-and.eee

said, I only 'try'" I or three to four weeks, to vinegar. the site of II. G. Mason's store wan how Nature rewards you *ith

"For instance," I prompted.. allow the gases produced during Dills made this way will keep for converted Into a printing offic"- health.Calotabs are the greatest of all ESTABLISHED 1886

She put out her hand. It was tho fermenting process to escape. months if left undisturbed. the Telegraph was born. Sterling system purifies. Get a family

shapely as an Easter lily upon its I Otherwise the jars may burst. Tho smaller cucumbers, three to Moore, him son, put together the I package, containing: full directions, STARKE FLA. yi

graceful stem. To make dill pickles, simply put four inches long, thin and uncut, stands for the typo cases out ol I At any drug store. (Adv.) i

"Tell me something about your- some dill in the bottom of the jar make the best dills.I I packing boxes donated by Capt. price :35 cts.; trial package 10 cts.

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1- '-:-::;>I IIKACKKN-IIIAKIN: : \K.KIACI tin piano, and Mr. O'llnen! violm- beautiful, handkerchiefs, for Miss I HKIIfJIITFl'LIllKIIIDAY the primary election) of June 8th.

1 -: 1'KiriTY: )EVENT: mt. The bridal chorus from Lohen-i I Alvarez, who perused the verses I'AKTY I 11 will do my utmost to render the

grin wan used, us a processional I' whilo the trio ""anA'( Always follow- I very' best service that I am capo-

e ('}iii ran 1corl7.'d -implicitv and I und :Mt.n
I.J! "lllIlwa.: .. the marriage of :Miss i us u rue-vaiiional. by Miss LucilV Mitchell. I a number of friends Wednestl.iv shall not give them cause to regretit.

A I Ii i ce! Lou i" o Thu ri n, daughter of After the ceremony a reception | W"ddmsr, ; bells of ice cream and I afternoon' from, 4 to 6, at Respectfully, : '

:Mr. John McCollouirh! lharin. Jr,, was held.! In the dining room" thoi i, nntfe; .1 cake were' !!served and, on the the. home of her parents Mr. and L. R. Gainey. .

I9iouu'. w and :Mr Howard Bracktn: which' i blide's" tahiti was centered with the hrtda'a, plate was a large pink rose I :Mrs. Krrol Alvarez the occasion .

I''was .solernni7ni; Thursday evening! ,, lovely three tier! bridu'8 cake: bunk- filled with ice.lies, buttons pins, 'being her seventh birthday. Contest I I CAUD OP THANKS

ALVAUIV..IfAM\I.I:: I tleieIziutesV.. IFHdwurils I. June 3rd, nt 9) ,)'..In'k, nt the home i id with white gardenias: and maid- .snaps thimble, hooks and eyes. The i I !* and games were enjoyed by -
nt inimsvlllu; ; of the briile'a, uncle nnd aunt :Mr tnhair fern. A shower of orange favor were wlh bones with pink 'the little fok.Refreshments! | We thank our friends for tho
: I K:. )r.dwunls; L.
blossoms. tied with tulle of ice and'cuke ]kindness nnd the
yellow fell cream sympathy during
I and :Ir.JiIlillm Benjamin Davi- rose bUiI' Tacit; guest was .
Mr. and :Mm Joseph, M. Alvurtanonuiiti liobt-rti
Hill f nnil JenrKo I I
tin-" "KI.K"III1'IIL< ""d! III"! in this city. from the thundclitr., Tull silver with u )letter of the hono- were served by the little hos- sickness and death of our loved one.
proathint tey.vI The home was beautifully decorated tandlo sticks, holding yellow tapers ree's name with wishes written on tt.IoS' mother, assisted by :Mrs. Wo wish to thank Mr. Willis Grif1 -

their daughter mairuiKunt for the occasion' lovely and silver }busketa cf white and yellow the, back which wero read. The 'Johns and! :Mrs.! Hunter. The birth- I' fin and family and Levi Dyal and

Aiimo Ail""n .I.lnlttTEi4i'l : : sp-i i ig flowers making their' bows. mints, completed the lovely ef. person recoivinir the one with three ''dav) cake wa placed in the center family and others of Jacksonville,

to RSl' HIUIIIIYMonday l from tall ,>tandards, throughout the fect. The favors were bridu'a slippers A's on it drew the prize, which fell I I of the dining table, on which stood who so kindly and tenderly assist.

Mr. \Villiinn I'luisled Uaridull the fourteenth <,f June, rooms. filled with rice. to Mrs. N. T. Ritch. seven pink candles. ed in ministering to our loved. We

of Daphne, Alabama. the first. birthday of little, Miss The bride was! a vision of loveli. 1 Mr. und :Mrs. Bracken left after 'f!",' guests enjoying this delightful Zinnias and other spring flowers thank Dr. Middleton, of Starke, for

The wedding) to 110 solumnucU I Ida was Lulu Davis and her parents. ness Its she descended,! ,, the stairway I the reception on a motor trip to affair were Mesdames E. M. were used<< a* decorations, and the !his many efforts to prolong life and
Tuesday afier.on June the twen :Mr nuil :'oTrA. R J. 1)avls. !"vltodn in her wedding'' gown of aoft white po.nta; down tho stat. John, II C. Ritch: R. F. Remorcst little hostess received many beau. )lessen pain. We are thankful for

ty-ninth, at G o'tlixk, in St. Murk's number of her little friend to A'.rJ.tt embroidered in seed, Mra.I Bracken wore a traveling Edward Hums, J. C. Robinson W. tiful presents! from her friend the many beautiful floral! offerings

Episcopal: thurth.HONORING litIp celebrate the occasion. Monday pearls. and crystals. Her enurt dross of midnight flat crops' designed E Davis, Ralph Rhodes, R. P. Jordan -I Those present were Clara Flume ]-l..ced" on the mound where our

afternoon from four to six, at their train wa! caught to the shoulders! in cape model. The blouse A. Z. Adkms, Florence Flynn, Vera' Claire Robinson! Murtilo loved one sleeps, as the )last tokenof

horn on :Mndinon .utreet. with orniime.its of penrl!* and cryi- and deep }border around the tape I). C. Jones W E. Middleton< J. M. 'Hemingway, Mary Harriet Bishop, love and respect Words are not

MISH ALVAREZ:: IMnk paper was used effectively tnls Her veil of hand embroider! were of Oriental silk. Her hat was Alvarez, T. J. Griffin N. T. Ritch, Katie Colley, Mildred GrifTis Lillian sufficient to express our apprecia.. :

crepe in the decoration of thislovely tulle anti Florentine lace wa! rinnged a stunning Trench model in rose, If. A. Tucker, Misses !Mabel Weller Garris, Juanita Barefoot, Gloria tion.Mrs.
sotial in caught to the with trimmings in pastel shades of !Sara'; Malpn) Annie Mar- : Thomas Dyal and Family.
Another pretty event home, ,and, pink streamers in fan effect, /: Darby, Johns, Francis Lee Peek, Louise
MillM A lie-on Alvarez's honor who od, ns docorntiom in the dm- hair with a wreath of orange blossoms silk, and matchco her top coat of gruente:: Shriver, Florence Matthews Snyder, Julia Holmes Mattie Belle

Is a bride-fleet of this month was were u" On tho dininu tn'-'c'-' was antI fell in mistiness' to the rose. velour und summer fur. and, the honoree, Miss Annie Aileen Rigsby! Annie Murrhee, Lillian Harvey Long, of Waldo, was In

a dinner party, given l IIy Mrs.! J. C. inK room., the birthday, (cake- with its end of her train. Her silver) slippers :Mrs. llrucken is u daughter of Alvarez. Stump, Margaret Ann Malpas, town Monday afternoon visiting

Robinson nt tho Magnolia/ : Cafe,I placed candle. 1 I with pearl nnd, rhinestnn", Mrs. John McCullough. Tharin Jr"1, S Pauline Anders' Clarice Gill.May friends.
i.no tiny and of IHRTII'oltTY"
one Madison's most attractive -
whero quantities of shasta daisies buckles completed' the lovely ensemble
assisted. in en- :Mersereau' Helen Mae and Marion
anti loved
:Mrs Sheis
young women.
ferns and, potted plants made, u I' MissesinuiMe of "her costume She ciirlied Gray Dowling.
folk. by
pretty sotting for this affair of Il'I'tllinlnp' ; Ihe little Lillian flarnsLate I' n slnwir) of bride's, rose' mint I Ivalley u graduate of Madison High I I On Saturday; June 12th Mr. and GOOD FRESII GEORGIA PEACHES
:Pnvlcr School und Stetson University. Sho 1220 PER BUSHEL! CRATE
lust Friday evening A lilies Mrs. Fred home EPWOHTII LEAGUE
in the afternoon nfreshmentsof studied at thu Emerson School of i Flume's spacious Much 'lower In r'l.. In I bunhrl 10(..
course dinner was Hjrved', dur. The bride, was preceded to the | and shady lawn was the of ELECTS OFFICERSAt Now hlpplni Flbcrtu and C.rra.n..
ing( which time McBilnmes R. V. I 1 ice cream Itn,1, cakes were s..rv'l altar by the' attendants. Coming f-xpr.i; > in Boston und is a gift. scene a Buy rr>t. for your summer le. ...*.
gathering' of happy little .
vrna many to
Tho hostess i Writ. for quantity prlr
; ed' reader.
Demorest' und J. M. Mitchell, in ("ml. young lovely gifts from first. was Miss. Dorothy Livingston children to celebrate Clara Flume's a recent meeting of the Ep- CRIMES BROKERAGE CO.
their clover manner! gav toasts I recipient of many mementos ofher I II fir"t Junior bridesmaid, wearing anexquisitely Mr. Bracken i Is! a prominent business fifth birthday. The little hostess worth League the following officers I Room 42i Kimball Bo..... Atlanta Ga.

to the bride, followed by responses her Mile t friend ns 1 1I lovely mouth, I of canarytaffeta man interested. in real estate wa very charming, dressed in a were elected: I I
birthday.T'aoso "
first I Deerfitld I la. lie is
from Miss Alvarez and her mother, | Tho tight; fitting bodice" at a graduate I lovely pink voile trimmed in ecru President, Miss Florence Mat .- -- --
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, in u"ppr'ciu.tiun I present were, Ruth Wy. anti, full skirt wn trimmed in rnfflen of the Honda University' and was> lace. She all of her little thews. ':
Jncqnclvn and Jo"eph Andrews | prominent' in athletics, having sdv.cii met $ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1'
of this delightful soclnl courtesy inan of /goM: ) lace. Sho wore n wreath guests and ushered them Into the Vice president, Comer Long. '!
III Emmett. unit Comer T''('k of. gild, leaven In her hair mind gold ns (captain of the University : *
I trnmt's which were \>eint; played in Recording secretary, Hamilton PATRONIZE
Comer. Leonard baseball team. lie served in the '
The menu consisted ofrapefruit IVrrvman, Frances'!' slipper: Her flowers were n Colonial thp yard. This series of frames, Ritch. : Home Business +
Layton Hansin. tank France during tho
( ('ocktllilDuk.tI Keith bouquet) of rnNed spring corpin lasting until four o'clock, was followed ). Era agent, Frederica Struth. -
Vreemnn Reitivter. -: \VvrldVar.. RIDE GAINESVILLE
\VinifreilVimnht'rly. + :
rhuken with ..lrt'IIMinWce/: flowers' by a contest in finding hidden Superintendent first department,
I .1 r.. r.naf: I Hnes.' ArchibaldThomas Vext :Miss. Lucili'Mitihell After a short bridal, trip :Mr. and
Creamed potatoes English': i peas I to descend vvn' peanuts.To Alma Tombcrlm. : BUSSES +
Luther Powell. Jr.Marirartt .. Mis. Bracken will be at home to
Hot bisttnts Butter ; second! funlor bridesmaidHrr Victor Thomas, who found the Superintendent, second department +
A !Malpus, !Mary their friends:; in Decrfield.
Tomato and deviled egg salad I tin lovt'lyh'm, (' wn also canary largest numher for the boys, was Kate Struth.Siperintendent : SCHEDULEFor +
Harriet, IInIH. A Bishop. Jr., Jean I II Among the out of town guests
similirlv! modeled, and
tnflTcta < ,
Pickles awarded third department
harp and :Miss lIIiltlr..dGrlfTl"
+ MX 7:30,9:00: a. m. :
I Tzmvit Doris ('ant on. Bmldv" Jour- | werm'.r. and Mrs. Marc Phillips .
lied" I Tea I tiimmedvit'i:, ri'fTK of pelf material was awarded an attractivelox Madge, Middletm.ouperlntendcnt + ]
Toil he' Smder. Lillian i C.arris. I nnd, Mr Phillips Sr., of Washington 4OOpm.: .
Apple "ie.II mode dun edci, with I gold' In.. ((iol.l'chipner" of handkerchiefs her fourth depart. -
a I 1) C. :Mr. and Mrs. Daniel as re I :; For G'VILL" 10:00 P
I nnd n wreath nf !gold leaves ; I ment Grace Wood. a; m.
After dinner, tho 'jcui'sUeie, taken I'm ward. The. clever booby prize! creiited ,
EI n\ \hi1) l 1tI'itN4iiosl'iss Vaden and daughter, Maxine, and 5:00, 7:09!) p. m. P
in the, lir her
h complete1 perfectensti'nie +
to th,- ( tiety Theatre, vshciu, I j considerable. amount of laughter .
tint Pa rim mnoummt I pioduttion" "Mumllluebeaid l : AT1'1'10'1 !She' cnrrii'il. n ColonIal I Mrs. Mane Hurby of 1'usti9iIisll': ; : Jack Hado receiving; n large W. K. Wilder' of St. Petersburg, .i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .>
Horum l Davis. of Miami Mr. and
," featuring Bcbo, l>nn- :Mrs T'dwnrd:. Hums entertained bouquet of m'vo'! 1 spring flrwer. Mis Jam.s :Mitchell\ und ;daughter, stick. of candy, anti,I Gloria John, a 'I' spent the week-end here with his -.----.- .

;ie'ls, was lirusemituil.Those I. auitioii bridge, Tuosd.i after The hiide's, Bister. :\1.\1n: r,' Lucite of Sturke :Mr. and Mra. bright; penny, neatly wrapped in a I family, who are at the bedside' of I NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSThe
Phillips nnd !irs. Panel Vnden, ns I I box tontainintr' a card saying "Sec Mrs. Wilder's father who has been
eljoyimmg: HUH affair were, I"l in her home on Madison\ street i Sidney Linnckin anti son, of Bos- j ndvertisci"lent of delinquent

tho hnnori'i', .Mi,,i Alvarez, her honoring, !Miss Aileen Alvarez, deeei matrons!, of;Mrs.\ honor Vadon, were coming the! next first.to ton, :Mass.; Mr. and Mi.*. Prank IHllrrtlI. | how bright I am." I seriously, ill for the past two weeks taxes of tho city of Starke Florida

mother Mm.. j.) M. Alvarez( andsihtor whose engagement to Mr. Wm. le cinrming' In of DcLand; :Mr. C. C. Mor- I Following/ awarding, of prizes will co to th) printer on the
:\1.... Unlpli' B.i; Rhodes, of Rnndall. was recently' announced. their They mn exquUite a of picture npricot row, of San Juan, Porto Rico; Miss i Mr*. Flume invited, all of the little CARD OF THANKS i 15th of June. Ail paitiea desiring to

Uiillaha'-si.i.; M<'minim's. 10.; Dav.in The' rooms of the residence, were ye'lnw! tnlTc-ta in gowns period model with Elizabeth Conradi und Mr. Clifford I ones into see Clara's attractive lit- I I desire to express.: my kii d I appreciation I save the expense of advertising
] 1C. !I"'. ]1I'lIInn'.I. J. M. Mitchell, I I tie gift! and! from thence into the I
nnd decorated' with of Tallahassee Mr. Dick. ]
opened' en' suite tight bod'ce ami,; f.f.l: rcnlloped' skirt Cailcy, ; : I I to the votei's of commissioners will please pay before that time.
W Middliton: : E. :M. Johns, J. flower Scores Tharin of Jacksonville an,1!1.I ehninpr room where a lovely surprle -
loses nnd garden eilcred, with Point d'Alencon )lic. son ;; district. 8, Bradford county, C. A. FUTCH. TBK Collector.
e. l KohiiiHon, A. Z. Adking.i were kept' on tallies\ of bridal do- The trimmings! were. of periwinkle' others. :MaJison EnterpriseRe- awaited, them. I for their loyal support shown me in

:' ': lIoWlm sign.; velvet nn.I'I Itnd, made flowers! They corder. The )large dining table wa beau. I CHURCH SERVICES

FOR lIIU1JgI'U''l'; : ; After several progression of Wore gnl | slipper t nd. gold hair! I : ro lt SShiOWEl tifully decorated with streamers of / bummer Suit.I2dtti

---. hrldire. mini. rook pri/eo; were' given. ornament. of leave' Their flowers I1U1DKKIECTi : pink crepe paper, drawn from thechandelier BAPTISTRev.

Miss i Alice.rt Alvarez!!, a popular The first to Mr*. II II. Young, second were. Cnlotifal hO"1l1cto of mixed to the side, and corner

young bride-to-be who has been to Mis, Lnmnr, and low to spring flower, with snap (iratrancorn of the table. Directly underneaththe Thomas hansen pastor.
James a
i gave Sunday school, 10:00: a. m.
thu recipient of numerous> social! :Mrs. L. W>mnn. The cut prizeu, flow-rn nit roses' prednmlnnting was birthday [ ,
j shower and bridge party, honoring cake with its five little pink :Morniner;: worship 11 :00 a. in.B. .
fourteen i planned' to give Blnmourtci dainty: handkerchiefs wore received candle
Mis!*' Annie Aileen Alvarez, a Juno Y. P. U. services 7:00 p. m.
brightly burning. In front of '
her' I bv Mrs S. L. Peek nn.1Irll.; I -
pre-nuptml days, was again Plorlnn Pavis, n* maid nf bride-elect Thursday afternoon in Evening Worship, 8 :00 p. m.
each child's!
place little'
honored at a linen shower given 1C.ilph Rhodes., :Miss. Alvnrez re'eeiv.l honor wa IInll II'lIy lovely In her' her pretty home on West Madison wa a pin'tfavor Mid-week service, Wednesday,
which when
Friday! afternoon by :Mcsdames\ A. a flower basket the, gift irovvn of rioridi, srold tnfTetn. a The decorated unwrapped wn
street. room! were 'R:00 m.
Z A ilk t ii_ and \V I\Iitl.lh.ton.: :\ at fiom the )ho'.ti I 155. The hiirhost prize I tfelit! ''! hoIi, "(' anti full skirted mouth 1 1I with vases (ilk! bowls of pink (lI"w-I other found! to contain a (cap n pop and I We p.cordialy invite you to worship -

t h,. hum of 1IIr.tlkin.l i s on \VnlnutMint for r".ok was (given! to Mis' P.': K. I with trimmings of tulle. She nisi nnd the mantels were banked littlesouvenir. \ *. Ice cream with
| I l'orr\nmn\ and! the low to :\tl 11. I cr5, and l rake were served by ;Mn. !'. I us.
ms. I wore n vre-it'i of gob1 leaves. In her with llowerh of the same tint. Thepoith I ._ _
Flume .
assisted by her "I..tcr.11'
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The moms of t this lovelj homo, i ('lIrllnllI I hale nail. gold.! .1tnper !She': cnrrie 1 was made very inviting with ''
R W Mills\ of I
\vhuhiie opened i uM'.in \\ere deioiated with ..haMta hr th.'A .. .... Candies' 1 (lower As the childien!' left t )hey told I i rn. ( veio served ami 1 which was a lovely cut .glass : By a special arrangement, A.
cia'-'it -. /mums i 11111 I other spring during l f the. game and 1 following. Pointy little Miss. ;Mirv 1':11af: : ,'. punch bowl attended by Miss Cloi \ounir!' hostess what a lovely, time Paul PauRherty will fill the pulpit

ft-.w .i.* added biichtnoss\ to the t the nun,', i mug of pii/es a .sal.idIconise ((Call n* flower g'rl! preceded, the \ !* Perrynmn, of Washington Ga., / they had hail anti, it is quite cer- I at the Sunday morning service at

".'. was served A leading, by i.bride, down the stnirs. !She' wore' n nail Miss Louise Lamar. tnin thai she herself enjoved avery 1: tho Presbyterian church at 11 a.

:Mi\ I':. M 1. .1 dins. ,)IU. of IIII'I\..' .ucde I :Mitchell\ was \'ery much en- lovely rulTli'd frock of paleellovv' Rich bridge table was arranged ) happy birthday. 'i, m. anti, will be assisted. in this service

thin, 'mini' !; wuing/: muttons irrertedirin \ Jny..oI.l lI ( crepe chiffon mind carried, n yellow with four spreading, fans, dainty Those invited were Katie Colby, by his! brother, Wm. P. Pauffh-

tin. '-t-I lit t tile" dour amid cluoctcd'' .I I IiiMted, /gume'sts: "were the 'Iionoree, basket. of shastn. d busies! the bride's tally cards, pink and white mints, Virginia Alvarez :Mary Harriet erty. Wm. P. Paxijrhcrty will

th- i t.. the- stit'k'i. poieh vvhetewas :Miss\ .Vileen \lMire7, Mrs Ralph rla) ** flower. She wn met nt the us wl'lIl11! other needed! accessories.. Bishop. Gloria John. :M C. Thomas preach Sunday) evening 8 p. m., at

VUl1't h SIM veil b.v Mis. I H. F. Chiides, Tallahassee, Mrs J. M. Al- foot of the Ft.Vr' by the. ring' hearer After several progressions the first 'Billy Long, :Mary Wiggins' Francis the Christian church nnd he will bo<

I ii ir.. ..1 t and :Mis\ I inline" of .In'k.1'.I \lIr..z. Mrs. H II Young', :'011'1'. II Mn ter TinncTcln.' ,dressed, in white prize, a box of powder, was awarded I Tee Peek, A. Z. Adkins Jr., A. assisted by A. Paul Oau hl'rty.

:..,lt,, Ilk. 'I! (\ulton. Mis I.. .\. Davis :Mrs. K1C '1: snti'1 rufTIed blouse' and long trous.. I to Mrs H. C Kitch; second' prize J. Thomas. Jr., Lillian :Stump" N. :Snecial" n1t1plcvill be arrangedfor

At tho living room door the ar- I, I'mMiin.. :Mrs. o. I,. Havnes, I I i ers.' He carried, the. ring in the a new calendar of pnlads, to Mis! r. hUtch Jr., Martile Hemingway, these! Cervices and all are

living guests weie rveeived 1 by the :Mrs. (1. M Inmui Mrs. J. C IIoov.ir. heart of i calm Ii h'. Mabel Wt'lter, anti the third prize, Tommy hUtch Juanita Barefoot, urged to be present nnd hear the
lionoreH1, Miss .Alvarez! her mother, i :Mrs P C. Hoover. Mrs L \Vyman. I The bri le. was met nt the' foot of n pretty bathing cap, to Mrs. J. C. ]:Nettio; Howling, Billy Powell :Marion Paugherty borthers.

Sirs J. :\\1. Alvarez, sister, Mrs I K.E. !Mrs J. J.. P.kIr";\ \\'. i the' stairs bv her uncle, :Mr Pick- Kobinson. 'i Williams. Elaine Edwards Jack

;. Khodes, and time' two hoxtcsso.s. :Middleton.! :Mrs. J. :M. :'olit.h..I1, :'. F.'j* .son Hamilton! Thartn who pnve' her After the removal of a large f I I taile. Margaret\ Ann Malpns! Elhert METHODIST I
In a ,ontest where" letteis were giv. in nnrrlncreI cedar It 1 EdwanH. Julia" Holme! Jean
Rn: %son I PI'I.11'1. : \. J. C. Robinson i screen' three graduated Sunday school) at 10 a. m., L. A.
tn to each .guest which when' IIr.1 I hl'J.nl i advanced' down ([PnM3 Sidney GnfTis Marcus\ C.nffis
Mrs F.. :M. Johns. :Mrs. O L. lieas- party chest! were v siblo piled atop each ''I Pavi. superintendent, .
ranged correttly made( words!. lev. Mrs A. Z. Xdkin :Mrs C. A. the white bridal path to the' altar ether; above which fluttered many A r"hullTompkin', :Mildred Junior League' nt 2

taining to a I".itl.Ii"t:\ : Aile-en l.t'r'l( Knight :Mis. S. L. Peek Mrs. R. formed of stnn.lard, candelabra 0..balloon*, nided< by n concealed electric (Ilntfi! :Melvin GnfTis Carol White Senior League nt 7:15: p. m.

\ure won lust utiLe, II hand cm- I I.. .Jourdan.,! : ..... N T> XX'ninu right.! with burning white tapers Forming fan preTmably blown about 1 I Dewey[ ) Hall, Victor Thomas, Leon- Church night Wednesday. p. m. 8

liroidtli'd, I linen I \ towel nnd the booby Mrs J. I II I. Hitih. M is. ..1.1.: P.rovvn- n background were pedestal! 1 t.y a little cupid. with a clay pipe, urd\ Strange, Buddy Di..hol'Inbe. :: ) ,,111., Prof. S. S. Powlincr, bender.PRESBYTERIAN p.

rize. a linen towel was presc'iitcdMrs. lee.. Mis T .I. .Ulerman. Mrs. HC basket and sconces' of I lal'Y: swansonii while Blowing' jbbles! wa sung' Milton Louise Snyder nnd Eliza-

James :M. :MitibellMIHS Ritch. :Mrs. .1. I,. Frllz," '. :Mrs. 0M and, mnmenbiir ferns. by Misses' Clov.s Perrvman, Louise I I:eth :Mills, of Jacksonville I

: Margne:Mte Shnver delighted : istrunk, Mrs. C. A. Futch. Mr The brl!1-. was met nt the nltnr Iniuir nn.l Lueile Mitchell with !
the guests with t two voice' numbers bv the anti his best :Air :Miss Harriet 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday school.
l K:. I. tliggs.! Mis. R \\ec-ks.. ofIdooKer. groom man. :Miss. Rosa Leviton at the plano.j Ritch who with
Spi ,ing's n oMiblc. Lady, and .' :Mrs l J. I R. \\iNini. of ('ii.i.i Thonns! Jefferson Fdvvard Jr. ofHainesville. \\hen this. first tiny dream' :MISH. Virginia Weeks, of Brooker. 11 o'clock Prenchinu service. Dr.

\Vhi'n Love is Kind, with Mrs.. 11... : Mrs. Lamar ;Mrs! W. 15.: I huvis. ; The impressive ceremonv wn lemoved. the second on('. of'I' spent the hart two weeks guests of I Tucker 2 pastor.
AN'i itt ('. Jones' ng accompanist i I lat-t was. performed hv Rev A. J. Mr. nail :Mrs. E': o'clock p nt. Intermediate Endeavor
Mr. P. F. Stump.l Miss. :Mabel the. h..r nn I ,.lrll1! e', claimed! ntten.tion. Joseph Wilson, of
tie Mt..s |r.lli Aiikin! in a elinrmirg \\.n"r. Miss Snrn M' :ilpns. MisiI Preston, ef the First Iliptisti while :Mrs. A. Z. Adkin sangI Cocoa, returned to their homes last NfJA. New York Bureau ,meeting.superintendent.Miss Isabel Fernandez -

nianiifr, sang a song to the I ilt'i en" e 1IIaltl.\\i: t '". Miss Clov as 1.11YtlU Tl'uy.: But the larijo Stin.1a4'I They were accompaniedby combination Tweet, and for jersey the afford/ a popular 7 o'clock p. m, Senior Endeavor

bride. 111\ it log her to draw"' n biul.ct .. I'erry'mmiii n. of \\'a:.titngton, G a., The (ceremony was preceded by a one, which! represented' the brideNhopo Mrs. Wilson who is spending Two chivies of tan nre mimmur shown In suit.this Society.

of water! liom the1 well, niia'itf- Miss. Virginia Pivis of Lukelan I I. !lovely program of nuptial mu..lc.1.lnr.,1 chest, was the all absorbing tho week at the home of her father, model. The jersey blouse I la one with 8 o'clock\ preaching service.

od in the e-enter of I the room This. :Miss. Tueik'. I Mitt hell. by :Mis. Philip Parnmore, ntt" one, ns it contained n shower of Co!. W. T. Weeks. the skirt Wednesday nt 8 o'clock mid-week
well, vut'a: its clinging! vines. and prayer service.

old. fashioned. bucket, was tlu center --- i
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of utt'nution, and as the btide. ._________ '

respondod! and drew from the' well li uM C\E!\ .M''T' IN .toE'f, 'I-\\YS fVJNNTHIISS rAT, ,'s-TtON\, E. : "L '-' -'

the but'ket vas. fonn 1 to font:tin I I ?LA' OiJ1'i 1 OF EARING\ &RE.AO AND JA V FOR. THE Ti4 E' i1 ,C.i C!VJUHeN 'iT CO.VE'aTO Cr.t:[:JCr (S"7..... : ( +- :-"" : .f 1

runny lovely linen gifts. attractively ;?{ f A'YMi-V" .AM ) (NASrtMltH! AS VOU H..>VETAe .. .. ......... '....0Jjf' r.. .
i ( ,) iAJOiLD AVt.LL \ \\\p.. .. ".0 "< >*< Tt'i\ i CC.V't: iT S TOO .. .. .. "- \ ,
) wrapped which sit..| t.pemut'tI.1 amid .. C.ItaC 1 ( ( OMYCef. HA.OS.1 I : .. (:
'1mue H < RCtS AMX .Jfty', ClAONTKt / ) i
rlt.uG rtOT T.O ( :
&II $
exclamation.* e'f a hiltrttzit% ion and l' : I -- *: $faJl&
admiration Xiiiung these gifts \ ----- J t HCCII'S.TOA'.t; : < VOW rOi't"HSI|, H+ VtTS ,\tIfI
\s / -.s ::' @ ATlI"c. THAT' Hv) iM THc 'Y*A.>3f =. >- TO THE CI'H.00\\ 0 was u beautiful Kir>ptianhav l, 1-- t i ::. I :;
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:presented to the bride-elect bv one ( T'I ...:- .- \\ i,v/ I" ,
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of her must. intimate frl..n.tIr: *. .. cTP :2 ,,- "......'.. ). .: ; :,:.r.<. __ -:'-.:. : ,1\\\\\ ._t <"rJ' vx ,\''.,..< ... ...' > y ,
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T. B. Stringfellovv, of Gllin'wi11. "J \. ; < W\' r ...: :: '. ... ."
Late in the1 nfti-inoon deliniHi"refreshments ..) 7* ...; (TT-'c rr, :;;.- _.. ;JG
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vn served by of the sherbet hostesses.! and coke |, 1k c' StOj 1 !I Lr? ; rt i is-. .?; ... ... >?, ): .) i I 1 '? ( 0rJ. < .y /J7

Miss! Alvarez wore a becoming : \ \ 1 -,.... '. J.rl'J" \ 1)
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tlresa of orchid georgette, and picture fe/ :: ,: : ._ ,"I( : ; \ iV:{
hat to matth. Among the out- -:: ... ) L. .k.!>- / v' ";'J \CL (I'I'I: ; 'tf"0 _fc'L: :

of-town guests were Mesdames F. ", n ... .r / .I. \ ,uI I

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- of) Col. and Mrs A. S. Crews dur- of Wai Jo, announce the birth! of a Canova cottage, Kingsloy lake, with will spend several weeks In Plant Dr. ;Mifc: Moll who is editor< of the k V
ing the week. daughter, born June Sth. Mrs Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. E. K ('anO\'III111 chap. City. state Ii* past|Witness, delivered. an 1.1.I. I
: will be remembered here as rones. IIItt'rl'h\ll ii'Ulrrss' at tho evening : \, .
Bits of ;Mrs.: G. M. Inman and children :Miss Minnie HoJiros.I I .., serviro nt 1 the Baptist church .qA
I l Dr. and Mr J.lih'hl'lI: of
left this week for a two months'trip
I :\1..llIru.[ S. Church and, VivianSauiiilors .fu'ksom'illc. wore in town Sunday'; I k
in Pennsylvania, New York i Miss Fannie I li.uli\ student at
a :;; who have resided hire 1 the guests( of Rev. and ;Mrs: Thus.Hanson Huls. opened for erection( of new ? t
and New Hampshire, where they< i Shorter College I Rome Ga., Is
local Nev : for the past two Sears, have sold) at the UaptiM t parsmiagi- county jail at ClonrwntPr. |ij ijI
relatives und friends.
will visit with her
spending: the summer par their home und arc moving to Keystone \: -
l'nhIr.: and, Mrs. A. ;M.: Darby, where'!
lli-ighU they recently I -
Ladies I>resses wonderful who arc spending the summer at ;,
j Concerning Our People, Businen and "styles at \ery low prices'', at their Kingsloy Ink cottage. purchased hun alow.I !. u now Spanish type| \

Progress of the County and Town. :Sternberg's.> i I I ? COOPERATION IS THE PATH TO 1

I. Mr. and :Mrs. 11. A. Bishop and! I Pasco Roberts, of Jacksonville, n I One rack! of l.idies and! chil SUCCESS .
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I,'children spent the week-end in graduate the Jacksonville dren's silk dressy! on sale atStun1p' s
L. A. Brown of Brooker was a I the will attend the annual confer.I i Green Cove Springs, visiting Mrs. lege of Music, was in Starke Friday ", Verb' special.! Only !Spend, jour money with home concerns. :Money spent with

visitor to town Monday.O. once of the Methodist church. I Bishop's mother, Mrs. Prevail, who arranging for n music class hi 198. foreign corporations never return. Uldo the Gainesville 4
will teach during the coming
returned with the Bishops for few ) .,. r
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A. Price of Ocala, was In Mrs. C. A. Knight and Miss[ Iris days visit In Starke. months. ;Mrs.: J. I.. ('"rl>1'lt. of Plant City JluN-Its .mTvire In the equal to any competitor, and a l

town Sunday visiting friends. Kpperson: west to Tallahassee Monday who has bern visiting her parentMr -**. home concern. )\, '.
to attend tho Grand Chapterof do to Stump's Big June Misses Mary Cnnowi, Ruth Stern and ;Mrs: J J, Higdon: for the s f
Men's blue work shirts 1'.te the Order of Eastern Star. i i Sale for bargains. berg, Lucilo Johns 1'lurence am ; pit! two weeks, returniil. homo i nn GAINESVILLE BUS CO. ''iI
at Stump's sale. Elizabeth Andrews hll\t' return Tuesday. She" wn- ncromrunied/ l h\
Albert Bronke has a sample of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Atkinson from a ten days house party at the ,I her sinter, Miss Kvii R' tl..n, who ) '
Elmo Struth is in Plant City vis- I i ,
fine wheat on display in the office 11
iting his Mrs. Sid
sister Johnson. J
. cf G. M. Inman the Strout Farm ',,1 Ira1WLT.74r7tr .._.__ .._. .,.. 1'',
man. I '
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu of Rai- I--
ford, were visitors here Tuesday., II
:Mrs. R. F. Pemorest 1 loft' Satur- II I
day for Americus Ga., wheru she I
Get your Bradley bathing will spend, several weeks with her I
suit at Sternber .s. parents Mr. and Mrs. O. C. "John. ,
on. NOMOTOR- x

Mrs. II. D. May, of Theressa 'I
was shopping in Staike Tuesday., Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Bain, of Jacksonville II
spent the week-ond hire\ I
Stump's June Sale is on. with Mrs. Bain's parents, Mr. and
;Mrs.: II. E. Lngerffrcn.Kest .
Mrs. W. II. Edwards of Lawtey

was shopping in town Tuesday.Mrs. bargains ever a t
Stump's Sale. ( Jji' ) FUEL "

Rufus Jones, of Nichols]" wasa .
visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. and !Mrs. II. C. Richard, of ,
Palntkn, spent Tuesday In Stnrke
:Miss! !!: Free Wynn of Hampton with ;Mr.: Richard's mother, ;Mrs.:
was In town Friday visiting relatives : Emma Richard.1'rinted .' I I
and friends.Mr. i I It
silk crepe dresses. STOPS KNOCKS
and Mrs. C. F. Boyer and, lit S7.)5!); : wonderful values, at
tle lion, of Jacksonville were visi Sternberjr's.Mr. .
tors hero during the week-end.

and Mrs. Raiford Eppersonand '-A... -- a S,
Special prices on nil mer- children, of Jacksonville, spent If''r
chandise. at Stprnber .s. Thursday! afternoon hero with Mr. 7 '-,:)') flfozrntazns:
'" -/'
Epperson's .rents, Sheriff and .
lli, a G .
Mist[ Inez Moitt, of Jacksonville ;Mrs.: W. J. Epperson. Ih!+rcr'
spent the week-end with relativesin I

Starke. Misses Ada Register, teacher in .
I tho Auburndiile school, and, Miss info Mole

Brincr your wnnt list to Julia Register, of the Woman's .
Stump's and I pet Sale prices.Mrs. : College, Tallahassee, Wore weekend
I I visitors at the home of their
[ IT. A. Tucker' I is spending,! nunt, ;Mrs: L. II. Eastman.

several days in Tampa with reln- mechanical to build automobile r
r engineers struggled
';;, t..7 'r 10 many years
tivcs and friends Special reduction on all Cossard :
corsets!' brassieres!' !' and : i ( engines of higher compression. As compression is increased
Messrs.! James Roberts and Pan combinations during Stump'.s

Harrell, of Take (,ih'. were greeting I' Sale." ; the power line goes up and the fuel consumption line goes down
friends in town Wednesday. I I I 2I
II I II I II I Mr. and, ;Mrs. II. L. Barker and -i- ::ir__ -ordinary gasolines would not withstand this higher compression ,
L. F.. fosle..., of the state farm. ,daughter!! Virginia, and Mrs. S. !M.
I t
was nttendint to business here on !I Crews, of Tampa, are the guests without knocks, clicks, or detonations-accumulated carbon deposits increased ,
Friday. I R

I this compression by decreasing the size of the combustion chamberand
Miss[ Clara Ti'lin, of Waldo, !spent I

friends.Sunday! afternoon' fn Starke with II' CAIETU Y I: the audible sounds of the engine distress grew louder. r s

visit| ; fnl11o.!'! June bnrcraJnSole. !! "Let's Go
,: It has been our good fortune to produce a gasoline that positively eliminates -

Mrs .Ton"... of Totorlachon.: I Is in : .TlIl1HSU.\Y-FIUU.\ clicks, pings, and knocks.
:Burl:: thl wnV v'siting' her friend! BUSTER KEATONin

Mrs. rinimn Richnrd.Miss .
his most hilarious screen entertainment -
C-zaH No-Nox and Carbon
; Clnvts Porrvmnn. nf' "n..h I are

fnptnn. Or;,. Is kern on n visit with "TIIK :S.'WATOR"I lh
her mint. Mrs I,. A. Pnvls. I fs
-' 'isiwaS :I Power Twins
.T TT T nwpff. nf' T>"pv..fonpTTofi I
pulse throbbing story of Primi-
| >"ifs vns n Tuislnc" *"* visitor to
tive Passions GULF No-JVox Motor Fuel withstands to .
:CtnrT:: !='nt.Irdnv. compression a high degree; car-

fWllU" rlfTls/ ft ..TteVMwv,,. Featuring Lightning, the Wonder bon, increasing the compression of the engine, ceases to be a nightmare as
*rM nf fhr n'p ,,-"nd, here wUhntlvps TI'1.
nrid friends.mint. IhugFifth long as it does not interfere with valve action. In other words, it puts carbonto

'f'' Cnrn K'.1", of Now" Rivev.weq "SCARLET STREAK" work. More power and greater efficiency is thereby accomplished, resulting -
I. town F.Mq' 'I.'tI..p her

;Mrs *"rm M"irrhhom < .., :MONDAYTUESDAY"THE in greater mileage. sa.I .

Pvnnrwn T. 1I"tt. nI. T nlrn.Tnnt BEAUTIFUL CHEAT" I I

w-q n .....,ar. and. ....,....t n1 ,6n !
of >U brntVinf, If A SonttMrs With With GULF No-Nox Motor Fuel in your tank-step on it-you will get j
Laura LaPlante and Others ]
I the story better than we can tell it. ))1
5. M" f"v 'In1 Afiti nanw fnv Atlnnt, where she wllv'.lt \...
hpimnthpr, COMING: : JUNE: 21-23:
Tinas Guarantee with it
T not,, C...,.% ta .-".."'-- ......"....1 "NOUni: OF 3( goes

..*..,,'.. ..-*.hdnet...n. to 11'ildwnnA j"I i
rte| ('=nr.1' Tnmnn i I I GULF No-Nox Motor Fuel is Non-Noxious, Non-Poisonous and no more

_Fwarw.n-r'!5n: <> In 1t1-t.nnta-.n-n 0"; n4 c:: o....Iprw'a'fr. I!I Yes Sir! I II harmful to man or motor than ordinary gasoline-that it contains no dope .

n n CF6n.n of' Tn1 Inw I I I of any kind-that the color is for identification only-that it positivelyvill .

-. ,.'..tI,1' tn co'"rk" n'ndneedn.. Service is our motto. Let us I '
nTternnnn' serve voti. We' have the! best I not heat the motor summer \vinter..

-- free air and! water in town! .
......,_.... T "" T scw,1 T, of' and we want you to get yours :

nthnr.lI tt-n pnpnr .rnr. ..1.1. -also some of that Good and GULF No-Nox Motor Fuel is priced three cents per gallon higher than
to-. an c4nrt.n Pri: """. Gulf Gasoline Supreme
.. I TxlIslotor;: Oils.
'1f 'n.-- -"....'...' ,..,,,,... I ordinary gasoline-and is worth it. .'

nn6nan' rl.'dnr" nt cf.....n'aSr.

CI't'P. I SupremeService --

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NOTICR II... T. n. A. Owns & Coateof S. T. A. Owner Cotta'
lh I Ihv f..lown.: h..o.lJc.d. 10n,1 will b. cold .t public 1..rlp.l.n I In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial 1 Clr.
...1"', I. hen 6y" It"MONIM"II IN JULY. IV2A. It tKollI" the GIll day of said month let Il _________ 7 7 2n 11. Unknown _________ t8.13 Wry .t NEj & NW lot 2.2 8 21 Unknown __________ n.n suit! County. Honda. In Chanwry. .

a.' opr4 ,the FIK I' ____ __.___________ M.. II.. Mutt ____________ U.U 29 _______ to.U 1..lurd
I IhI t'ourthue' Door, at 4tnrke. In Uradfonl CUUII')'. Sa., ur 11urnln Dr .0 649. ot lot 12 1 1 10 4. I Lut. I I t of tr..1 S __-_____1 0 1 10 Unknown ___ .
I Co' b.. ....... 10 PUY tku amount duo fur lases a'1 OVpo.dU" the NKr: vf NI"1o & Ny! or SE'/4' less I Ely uf NI% or N1144 NW'4of .]J. S. G.lnvrC..mpl.in.n'
n Ili." I".f is will n. ___ __ ______._____ 18.23N __ ___ to
..,. with 'the ....t 01 such ..1.' 1'10' .laM or way 8 1 20 113 Unknown .W' --------25 8 71 $$0 Unknown ____ 19 .
, ?" h'r and: WVeiiA1 E8. Tax Cullrclon \\ I. & hE44' of 8W'4 Ex I AIn I I.... 8 4 nr fred Unknown_ _____________ U8.1,

Tate.UrrnIUnn "hr.cur. for. school. __. __.... 8 1 20 IIU Unknown _____________ 63.211 J WI.6 NW4y or N\ 8E'20-1/W 10 Horldn v Kmlronil, tomiuiny. a "<".

1. n A. Owner Y toat.NW' NW'4 of IIW'\ __uu.u____8 1 10 4. Lnkll..w". ----------------0.11 or SW4 __ __'____20 II 210 Unknown 76.72861 pnratlnn. al,

$et ''I IIU Unknown _._______._ to.as 1114! ur BE4. .._ ,-_____ II T MO 40 Unknown _______________ U.I I R. .r -_ __ _____- 6 I 2 40 Unknown -- -------------I.U a,.rOIOIIL.
II N'j vr "I' :6 8 40: Unknown 11.11 Two aorta 111 S E cur. ut SW 14 of8w4j All --. ____ -__ -._ _.80 6 8.0 lnkno.n! ---------.-- Order of Bt.lr.! bv I'uhl.all"n. Nolle.to .
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All "r 510'4' II of Ito I 2A & SWyi ot 8W\o of SW All -----------------------u 8 6.0 Unknown-----------------198.65 Kno.n and I'nkno l '.. In

M'. .1 I ?.r NK';' 8 "I Nw IOurat' '4 8 1 20 la Unknown __ __ _______._.. /..i0N',1) N"W" & E'J8f. NW', sW41 Butt lu K 'nii'". Cloud. ljuiel 'I ill*. ele.t .

:.:r : and:' oil: N11'N' I.n Unknown ______________ tl.lI of r R\i ', of SW't.' E :11 A. 8 7 au 17 M... hams AluLL _____.____ 12.U4 of :. _. .32 8 2 H Unknown _____________.115 njn'rnrlnc I., mil. RII..I Inn. ofthowOi
iha33 8 10 .
f I ,.f .no4 I'r wL 12 .f IIlk I Word City--__ 8 7 80 Unknown I.U8 Lot l E'J' SEti' ex 2'y' AIn ,bin or In the abuv.L .

A :t" ,,,,I !!' or Nw"t loDle 11 4 or IIIk 3 Ward City .._. 8 1 20 Unknown ____________ Y.tlJ Er.. : 12 0 II 18 Unknown __--.______ 74.0 noel Ilt.t ii ear ay' ,''I""t, .r. place ofbn'inrs
"r Uner I end SW'u': Wor'l!\! ._._ Oll.ad U I" II or ISlk 7 w".d toil 3 I & & sally of : drfendunt.. '
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] .fk .1I,I',' ,d, SP,. 1 : -It B 10 III .,411, Unknown I IIkl"'Wn __ _. _________.______ 1LYUI l4,8 __ __ __._._..__ ....__ 8 7 2Q U. '1'. UuUen ______..___._ 10.4..I. ,. WI..2 -_- _'vl:__-_-----_--33 8 21 46 Unknown ____..___m1880UI. L oo0tuy' n cut Port'on' the 1"I"rdn l'lu.d.,1.'I..d.
cl .1 I: '. 8 411 L.UI2 I 11 4nofUlk tlWantCdy. .... I I'S I or ",c ::16 II 21 Unknown ____.___..__ 81 Intl tuna, Lilly .
'.t I "" NW44 II of "h.r & ____ 11t.1/J ____h___...___...__ 8 1 ao Unknown _.________ 1.0u Lot I or I'', or NE'4' lolx 10 1 ,. ii"ht.r! Civii' 4 .r..raUon..
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: "I : Sl 8 IU ..0 U.Down Lot 11 .r IIlk II Wand! CITY ____ II 7 ao 1)nklluwII _________.._ 1.0d 4 or NW'4' & lots 7 1 or: 1"\ Wm fc: CadL {Sarah Oilmr? end W.
1'0\\ r '1:'. & NE'1: of.MW"4'1 _.__.__..:...._ 2U.16 buts I: a 4 6 ut IIlk 13 Ward fr.el 8'.J, of N of : -__ __ .3' Unknown _____._____ 'Ir. If hums. and Ir died' then
tYiN '. ul 4.11'' 0 10 1100 .hu8noWUrd.1.I9 _____._._ 11.aO CIIY, _ .._____.___..___ 1 1 20 Unknown: _____-______ 8,26IeU AIIIot.6078or fravln8't' S 82m 600 : U.o..r., LI..IO onm-i., Alruda'Grin.,

8\1 .SI 0 .u 1234 uf 111k16 Ward CII,_ 8 1 kO II. J'. 4uinty _-_____________ IU.IU of Ry ---.--.-- --. -_-- --_-86 8:1 222 W. 11. Rdwarda __.____-_ .Emma Clarllu. tirinir Henry Crin.r Willis
1'01 ."I "I':',,4 A W'j' of SI':'. lot 6 ur IJik Id Ward 11110'n__ 8 1 20 It 'r. U.W"D -_-_________ 1V.1 N'o' "f N'y' r. r..1 NE'1; ; I 1 21 20 W.I.. _?_______.__ 1891.. I, n t-rlntr.;" Ida lrn..,... amiVi. tb.ric Waters
10. \S\ &sw44ofSW'N&i4. _.___104.04 loUt 7 ot 1.lk 10 Ward Chy '__h_ 8 1 20 Unknown\ ________.- II.UI. L. I 2 a I 16 0 0' ex Elw..t Wat.
r.o and Luiio
"r n:4: .. 86 0 U JbU UokfUWD ___ i: lot I or 'Ilk 17 Ward City ____ II 1 10 M,.. O. W. AI...... _______.._ 6.70 Nt.of N'0' ot SI'' _. .__. I 1 21 SSI "n.nwn_ ______?_18.1 her liui-baml",.Ella Irene W'nlue. Uitnn iiinl, John 1>.

S. I'' "f.N..:', &. N'.r CoIoOII ..____.________ au.8G h.ll Slk l 1'l tx luta 1 1 off I:; aide All f.nol t.. --. ._ ._ I 1 U 601 Unknown _____._____181.18 UltnT h.r ,, 'h.rral law ur
I, I 7 Ie l'w U. B. _____?__ 411.U &" Ex; 14 511 It. _00 _____.. 8 7 20 Unknown _____-__ 1.00 L.. 1 12 11 t or burl uc ___h_ 7 U 21 Unknown ____________ 66.01 Onnir luMbllld.. i '. J. M. Itili'iuled.
}, tt A S' r si'4: I 'I U .o" Unknown; 1.0" I 2 34 12 13 ur IoIlk 18 Ward All I':' R uf S. A. J.. Ply & Gr".r.

.1 \I., S\\ ",, "rlfW\4\ CItY __ __ .. ____________ 8 1 20 M... lJ..ln. M"lt ________.__ 22.8J %, of SW'" 8'" ot IW''.NI 0..0, J.IQ.. K.Muck"' """",' ..John J..m'"M t .K

A I I."r s''. & NIV'. or ________..__ 6d.2.E" Iota 6 b 7 M vf IHh: 20 Ward City_ 8 1 30 Unknown; ____________ It.UI F:'"J vr N\\' ., or 19W'.1)' lot IKndrix. Oirlruco o"J J"hn .1
1 18 _vu link"uwlI All Ilik 2.1 Ev lot i Ward 1.:11': __ 6 1 2U Unknown 1.1 I or NW', & lot 1 o. free her 1..h810. M.hlh KIt
\I'I hla" "r III' 411.U'' c.,'", IOU rt I E .r I SW cur. ur b1Hior W'9' "t r.h'j'; Ivln" N & worlu.n. ll.Urt John llunton. John !I.. Villullima,
.,,\ :,r"si 3 7 10 IbU Uuknuwn _____ IIW run h 100 rt N alu : .'. 81. ... U plat or .Mornaon.' M'h"R J"1" H..II.

Nl'v:' ;,: \\ '_' &_ (reel. NW'' ,....? 8 'I U ..u. Unknawn _____.________ 11.UJSI .W IOU (1'I.:; 10)II J.:1.: A.. rt Abbott.10" boa&bownl.l roe." All Nn".nn,1)the rrn..,, ur'.I.dll SEt6 of told NR4j' ____& 7 21 200 Unkn.own __________ 62.62 Bmglt.m.Lot hrop l, and Cbarcl rlor llor M.G. {l-ulhrop(lull.,'' l 1;ruiIrrlck'hi.' wife W.,

'' of $ J 1 Ii lou Uhknokn ____.____ 411.0.1Z ____ that O.cur Abb.., If using or In nlntum. and
J f N\\ 11& I E'U W'N u Idencu lot 00- 8 7 20 ________.__ 1.UU.. IKrl..n .f SW4. ot 3.ES4 1
Z-.E4 nr NK:4 ._ .._.___.. __ t 1 U IU UOkkuwn ------------ 11 00N' 9W'.4' of. SW44 ____ _-__ uh___ 0 7:10: Unknown 1)11' 8 & E ut ('urnvlla .1. noto if .. to Unknown. _______ 11I.1WII
"r S''' j "I NE'""I IU 'I 1 U t. UnkmjWnilly --.-- ----- ,\ NV'14' ur SW44 II uf Ity 444A pot "t l..ml."on end or lu heir, duvitets, "kmUMMi "r"nu'.a'uccw.or.
of '' & hIB'44 of I1Wy! 1/ 1 10 that CI, and ".'..n.. are all unknown tocomplainant.
&864' r'l ,. .-.10 1 18 1110 Unknown _______.____ 48.6S I I"I' 8E'N' --ur 00/NE'4-- -"---Nla--'---uf----8E'--:-'- 6 Unknown. ________ a.83 i Iyln port'nn S 8. A NWL4. I.. 11'S. I und that then ,n no p."on ID

_.___.____ 1I.UO o I'
_._ ,
1'I' / 'I U to Unknown the State' or Florida known to comulain-
;" .r SI: right of 0 1 20 &" I: "r 81
____________._ 1I.au i:9: Ity way ---- 108 }T. 1'. Gainey ____._ 21.0J 1..n..U. that I .
0 ., .
NIV' ..f.rw.: : ... __. 11 'I U to LnkIWWO. SI.r" NL'' & W.t001.:1., .: & portion ot ", 8E'.. Iyln" ant. the 'rvl. of. subpoena upon
_. Il 1 U bO Ullknu..n ______________ 2tl.8W' / whom would bind the tail dffandanU. or
8ry .r ici: h644; of h14'N' 61 N1i44; .I. II N of void fly 'x part owned bF

z. "f nW'q' & 11 Ii. A vr \\1' U 1.20 W. Ilailry ___ ___ 4 1 U Unknown _____ __ I cither of them, and that It !I. believed bFcom.I..ln.nt
- 200 Unknown ________ 63.83 I 1. u_ 2 __ 22.4T named
8" .. r sW's' "WIO iot S' i.f %K1." NW's' ur swy' Lot II Nub Diy of lot 2 or that dutund.n\
1'1'1.; "t sW'4 _h_ ____.Ii 'I III 01 UoknuwD _______.._ 10.80 i .1 b:0: of S,4 & W'ro! of SEI. 1 I Ilk 1 and Intto A R Sub DIY or are Inlv'a In the property ..

NW of NW'44' oil l NWL, or N\\ '. .. & N6'.4!: of 8 :'. _____-____10 1 20 320 Unknown _________ 1O.U 4 Ik Il In Saint..on CIF_ 4 1 1 Unknown ______ 1.88 I tin., lll ; complainant alienee. ...that
NW'j ot S E'y' ollo E'4 fl N1.4, .t NWy4' II Wla ul NVnEt .... Sub Div E F ot of lot I Ik he d". not know .n by dllliient .
:K'4 I 1 Ii 2tO Unknown8E' _________ 61112 Ity right of _____ 1 20 1 Sub div A 8 C D or and Inquiry been able to aa-
way lob-of
____13 'I III Unknown ____________ 11 YUNoy I -- 108 11. P. G.Io.y _______.__ 26.81 I certain whether of the said named
.. ot Jl/tI./ -- .U Nor N'., ur SW4 oil SW'4 of Ilk I le In Sampson ely, ____ 4 T Unknown ___ __ 10.10 any
of SI':'; N .r Klvrr 11 'I 1 18 40 Unknown11901] hh44 Ea! E IOu tt Noy of8E44 A R Sub Div or lot a or 1 difendanU, who. age, reeldunca or plan
N\I, or NK4-:' __ __ Uh.U 'I U kO Unkno.n _____-_____ 98.81SW4 I Ik 6 In C I of bunlnma I. aliened. unknown. u>
& SE'N of 8E4. --11 7 20 Sampson City _____.__ 4 II Unknown .
---- 880 Unknown 7 ____ 8."
... ___ __ 18t.U
ot Nt'A: N or River, .._ _U 1 111 80 lillknu..n __._-__ .tfoI All ____--____-_--_____ 7 20 UO Unknown I". V. 114 IJa 164 lotto A 8 ? : dead or alive, or In exi.tanc. or not andIt
Yi NWL SF': of NW4j a h'n & E'-1)' "t NWh to NW44ofNW44 ----------------149,64 C 0 Sub Div nr lot A 60 ft on u further alleged In the sworn bi of

i. of 0I;\,;: .-. .--_- _.__.._U 'I U 160 Unknown _______ 4111N oil SWL4 "r OW',. ____13 1 10 F aide of lot 1 6 In I conpl."I. that then. may. be "un.

;'4 or NB'4' ._._ __ _u._ 1 0 10 4U Unknown __.______ U.6J 1>:'. uf NE'4: & IIW.. or NE4!: .. t80 Unknown ___________1I2.U I Sampson City -II- -- u BII_______ 4 7 Unknown I nrm. and corporation.. Interested In th.
2'K;. ot SE': .u Sltl, ot .E41 of NW44 NWy4 of N Lot 8 or 111k. IH Ik acro In car 1 -------- .1 mild property Involved in title! sun" wh...

NI-4 8 "t. 11".1 .-__ _____._ I 8 10 6l Unknown _____ 11I.811 %.4&Ma' ofSWV4&NW4 of Fourth and I.,. Street In I name age residence or place of bunlnort

819 ?.r 111.\" I. of 864'4! __- 1 8 20 2U a. t;. 1;,... .___________..__ 6.4. uf SE''... &Sy4 or H I.5'. nU 1 20 I R.m""n City _L._ ____ ____ 4.1, 21 Unknown I. unknown to complainant and in said
fllit or 8W'% of 6114' 00._ 2 8 20 211 s 1;. 1;.... .___________ 6.4' NWS4; of 11I N1! or IIWI 800 Unknown ______ 86.21 BIkaA UC1234&aIIBIkSe4 u ------- .0 bill relief I i. praywl aitamut .u.1 knowaand

wlit ..r hF;"4 j.; or Rivr.r _._ a 6 MO 4o Unknown 6.tll .f SW''. _________ ___ __-_14 1 20 80 T. D. Lltchfl.ld lot 8 A 10. 10 18 unknown dcfmdanu, "..on., l'rm
yy" "r NI I'::'. II 8 20 bu S. L'. 1;.... ________-__ 24.60 NWt4 of $W's' ___ 7 90 1823 20 of olk 6 & all 1 7 I 1 I and corporatlona.
-- ----- -- to U. J'.
_______ "
Gainey _
12.10 .
NW' or SI'S "6 all Fly nf SR'j:' 11'9' of NE'1' & Nt:'.. or NW 10 1 IU 21 & I",. I 2 4 of 111k TIER'H/E. I' !I. o..I..d that al
W ot 1/.1'0./ ,' road Ik all 8W44of NW1.. of SEe oil tor 8E' 8&" 2 8 4 of Hlk 9& 1 and n.m'
.4I'; '. N of 'Ill, Ilroneh II 8 10 10 Unknown U.2t ._ _____ 1 20 4 of 10 Ik 2 4 or 'Blk In this notice If Irving or In .. .
----- -- -- 2tO Unknown Ilk .t
Coin SW ('.. vt NW'4'! ofN&j 11.88 or If dead or not In existence' then me.her. .
a' .r __ 20 II & 2
II III A .t S&4!: ur bV'4 __ 0016 1 10 6 or BIk 12 Ik I"tto
Unknown _
___ ____.__ 8.38 I .
: & N :2n ydn 10 wire their or it. unknown. de.vuu'dl.
dun NE44' of I>E' I... S 8 A... ____16 7 PO 84 1[. I'. G.Insy ________ IU.81 24oflllk l3&Iota246810" h.lr.
fence, Ih"o F; 10 M.Klnn"F1I.n.h. lhV A 11\ NW cur or N1V44 01 N 1 of Ik 14 < lut 124689 lmat.ee. ..'..n.i. nucewnlor. and
Ih.no. 8 along .old. W I. II" yds N oil II by al ydaE It Dy A D e Dot a..!un.. and nil piraoni", firma and corporation

branch ,to N our ur i'.I' :h ofhF'0 : It W _____16 1 10 lot lOot 1311 & .u Ik .. hat log' or claiming any Intcr-
,tI'.or.. \\' t. b..". 00. _I_ 6 20 26 Unknown _.._______ 11.01 E'.4' .f :.K0: -&---E-3U-- Acres- Dr W I Unknown __________. 1.08 I Fit Sub Dlv ABC D or lot 1 tat In and to those curtain, pieces. parcels

flof: : N\\I' .. ___________12 II 10 411 Lnknown __________ U 6.1 'J uf ro..i'4. _________ _ 0011 1 20 110 Unknown I F'or lot I &" Sub Div A C I) or lot. of Innd l lying and b.ln. In IIr.o
__________ 1 I
N\\ ot :NW'L'I 8 U .0 S. U. Cr.w. 14.61' S\\ '. ur NW'N.' Ices I A N ofiy n.81 of lot I lot G of DIM lots I ford and Alnchua countlia, or tJv.

S.,1: or "I" 12 0 20 4U C:. A. Smith Co.________ U.6'' ( _________ _______IT 'I 20 13 II or 111k 18 & I 6 6 or Ida known cod. described OB rollnw.t
--- 84 Unknown
WIV or "w' 12 8 20 60 Unknown ____________ 2461)E4 W t4 uf SW'' of .tNW'4 11 1 20 _______ 20.74 Ilk 19 Iota 3 6 8 of 20 Schedule "A" propirty in I.Mo,1
ao Unknown
____ 18.IU 01.
County Florida
a. E'y of NW'. Et/4 of NI, of S04 oil 1'1. ur SIV'N 111k. 26 2U 80 81 32 I l

6W'4' __ IS II 10 4U Unknown __ ---116,86 __ ____ ______ 38 87 88 3. In a The Went half or the Northwest quarterof
N uf It".r __- -- 11 1 20 120 Unknown ___________ 88.23 Mnp.on (I" 1 :1 Unknown ___________ 5
Elit of 8\\''. &. 4.V 174. A or W'4J N'I vr IeU I I.. Ify right or Lot U of H In Northin.t quarter" ; The South half or
of S.' ____.___.___44 6 10 U'I H. T. 1'n.U __ 10.UI City_ __Hk_ ..m".n the Norllma qunrtrr; nnd Ik". Southi'lintiiuartcr.
__ ___ ___
1 20 _
oil lots 10 18 ___ Unknown
""y ucnra -- -- It Unknown ______________ 10.IS u 4 1 21 ____________ 12.81
NW' "r -1 & .;' .r NMW' \\ '. Lot 5 ---------------14 T 2U Sub Ulvn A II C D or lot 2& Sub all In Suction Twenty-three (23)(

&. ...r "W,I __ __ __.__16 II 20 160 Unknown _____ 48.06 :NE't' or :'o :'I. _______ _--______ 1 20 to HII Unknown _________ 28.U Div. A B 01 lot 4 Iola The W<..t bolt of the Went hair of boc-
NR44; of NN''. __.16 II 20 to Unknown ___ U.6J sal' af'NE'' & 8'j' of _________ 12. 41 In & WI, .f luU 0 II ok ,iota lUl, twit' Twilily-foui |J4; The North hal of

SE44:' or fW'. _18 0 20 to.Jnkuuwn\ _____ U.6J & /NF.4, of .8 y4 &" :I..W Nof I 0 E t. Sub 1)ly or lot 19 the North half of the Northeant

RIt1 or 1'01'1.; &. "" ai ur N",. Itlscr ___.___21 7 20 lot A II & lot 21 all In IIlk of Northeast quarter Sicticin, 'fw."I.I.f2 l.
r h: of ... _21 1 8 20 _ 21.U I -- 180 Unknown __________ 6727 In I ,. All of lihoxr being In
N'j "r"I or "U Unknown E 20 "amp.on ('Sly Townnhlp
All 10"r NW''. Ex IJ .22 1 28 .lJhkno.n ___ 1 1 Un.no. _____________ OS
N" ''. or :NI I :'. & N'!: or NW"2\ 90 UU 11. 'I'. 1'.n.U _____ 811.U ', IS\\'. .r :NE' III II I'4' of NW44' 8.1 All Ilk n 8 or R. A. L. Iy In E 1 1 Eight,. ((8)) Suull Kunuo Twcnty-lwa. ((22)
SIi or SFa' ...23 II 20 .U Unknown __ 21.60' I Bnm'.n Fast.
It NE'.: ur \\h & toI\I,. of City ---------- 4 7 Un.now_ '
13 Acre III SR'4'' Dr NP\4\ Coin.at SE'' :NE''. .f h1Y44' &E Sub Dlv A of lot 8 of Elk 1 ------- .1 Schedulen"! property In Alnchue

branch at .n. ot Oliver _____ I Sub DIv A U "t lot 1 I county. Florida t
12 A NW'y of 1\0" l. 22 1 2u 2U I of
__ Ilk
land II ,Lin 'ion II S. 10 W. II N\I" : : & ...rMW'1 20 Unknow ______-__ 811' In SainPaon, Clty __ ____ l.omini'Mi at the Southiant corner of
.r NE'4 NW'1 80 _____ 4 1 t'nknwn ________ 10'
C.n: n .01 W to Uulley. branch E' of ', & I>W'',. of. SW4&E' l'lknown ? Sub Div A D C ot lob 10 .r IIlk I I lot .old l.y Iu( ..i'll Ilin..linin lo C. U. Boll.

N re branch to \lorgo "r.n.h. :' :.. s" !. ____ _-3 1 20 200 ii &SubbivA" lJ CUFJFof running thence North alonit Emit line
Ihrnn. u.' .,,,.1 branch ln be. a- _23 0 10 13 Co A. Smith Co. __ 1.UII \ ofNK'I vr SELj-, SV4of4.I Unknown ____ 18.021 ,. lot 1 of Ik 10 &sob his A null lot ino fi.il 1 .to Notthnuit corner o

I .0''" 'u.L'. I:' r NR':' Iyln" W I'I;' ____ ___23120 80 S. L. C I' E I' or 3 of 10 1 I ..,10 lot ; there. hiwlirly 'l"i-nly feet to
-- -- I'.ott Ilk
"f' Liob' ,in,.,. ::1:5 rl 10. pct 1,4.1'' vr NE''' & ut ... ---------___._ 21.1 Sub I'ly A I vI lot 2 ok Div, p J. nnrlnittnnanil line : thene.8oulherwterly .

'n" brn' .,.. h lu .1.00 ot ...... 6E'' of \ 'SI'. _. ___ S\_____21 1 to 120 t'nknown A lJ of lot of Ulk II in I alon. aid, line IOU) ret to .
___ _
,thenr, ,' W 800 It.. 1'1 700 ftF ofb IW 4. Dr :'.V' 4' --________-_____-- I 20 tl n. II. Col.on __?________________ 882 .on t'Ity ____________Ii..m"_____ 4 1 II Unknown __ __ ________ 11.11 I point Stnl.. ;of thence \\n-tirly livmty r.t 10
: o It Ih. ore oluoa, "n \. ', ut N11424 7 20 20 Unknown' UII Cum III centre ot G. 8. F fly ueumninit ;
,..,", \h'n. hi big. where C'",,,ul.W' .or 14-c 26 & ron f. Irn.k opVonitc mile lion. nuukvd Al.o a certain tract or tend, and build
... __ ___________.25 1 10 _____ 0.21 |hint tin
I" n4.. .1. I C. A. Smith & Co. 4.15 y.le S Ito y45 W tJ6 )'de N 110yda I 241 from Moron 4 11 tom I'.. nun In tin fuwn of Milrcnu.bwirinnlnir
Trail ,P 1 New Knrrn lay "t I. 1'1 of ."-38 a'raw aiu lutka run E!: on told Joy I..k nt n .tnku T'n l f, ..t South uf
..r-I: : Sic 21 & 19'4' or NW corn at :0.W oar of ire 26 127 rl 85. ft toapt ..boy .Southcnnt corner rf lot of limit cold, and

't. S.r I TI' a S n : I E:: .-.------- C. A. Smith & Co. ____ 2.l0 E 4.0 yd. S Uu Yd. lu &.rn'I'I thence M t2 f W 784 rt N ditdiHl In S. P. "",-. running thence

F.n.. I i,. 'I N: ..w Ither m r.4 ot ...." .i'n"v E :UO )',1. B iMO 616'rj ft to 1. L. ly rlyht or East 200 fret to n tnke ; thence South 100
\I'I ,... r 1I, 6 W' : "t N4 W See N ..u 'd. the way thence 71 d..yr.sa E fret to n stiilctf, thence Wept 200 feet
I. oniinid
''? '1 TP" 8 Ii II 20 E .___.__________ C. A. Smith & CD. _____ 2.26 I"y,1 ot big -);.1 ) __ ___-6 1 20 108 J. right or way 'i.i' ft thrncu. the middle of the Htntt, 1 running to llil..
gene --- n G. Col.on __ I
L- ', ?,..r, NE'.. r '1111.. S..e 11 23 Now. Ith..r W 44 or m NW Po Nth h 44 ot SWt4,. &" S6,4' of SE4..29' :0 80 t'nknown_ ____--___?________ 23.18 40.03 484 hE'1. 'rL; vf 10 stlt point rx ot begI4 A In ner.a SE __ 4 1 1 12 lTnknown __._._______ 8.n ,, 14mI,10 atrii-t A\pnu ion. thince fort to North hrKlnnlntf in middle All of of
1Y 44 I.; uf t> ----------6 'I car
'. r r :4 n. 11 b It 2U r.7.; _________ C. A. Smith 01\ Co. ___ 1.06 N'y' or,Nls'4'., I Ilwa 1\\ cur 210 Unknown __________-_ 60.8 1 M'' ot II'' nr II S :' 6E' I nlovr| In.inir 'm Sri..Hon'Fhirhmn' ,i3)!

L-.U\ .. 1 I ,I IS.r-I..21&W:of: HI's' "Nrw Ihv.rllll' NE'for. .hurh Nof' -_'N_11&.II_NES4_:1._!__of_20 1 20 10 Truman D. 1).1 __________ 14.08 BI'','E'of' SWj uf !/00' II'&4S 34jof ot!,,rf SW44 of! G 1 V 811 Unknown __ ___________1 1, To\vn(221.hii'| Kni-t Nine and ill). ,.1..11. ..ar Range of lot Twenty.two Three_

'-.i "f .W'S.c:4Tv6SE20E 1.6.4' o_ :\. _. _u2T 'I PO 280 Unknown __________ 2.SI 111"h__ __ n___ I 1 21 a0 "pf.1 Land Rank __________ 18R41 I (31( Ho of Sim, aiincy or Town of Milt-one.
Co. ap" | >nr to the hill of
__ - -00------- C. A. Swltb" : \"' r.milninl| filed,
ut SW' & NIV',4 Dr SW44 I 6 21 SO Unknown NI' I1 N'rl
,, 'I New Rh..r In PJII 8\" __ ___ ______ 23.76 SW'' & In Hiiid 1 ,
Lou 1 1 .I( IIlk ; & I I caunp on or b..f..rp the
vI :'0\\ __ ___ .11 II II 10 Unknown ,. \ II 'I .n A f'nkno. __________ 07 44 Iflh 0.1
Nw4t.Vi \ _________ I of .
See 2S Ik W of 25.78 ?' July A D. I'l2rt.
.f NK' .4 .f olherwi4f' *
.64, &" W 1
uf S11'j NWl ',. NI' ok SE' 8 1 RU T'nknnw_ _____________ 132 nl."a
: S'o 8\ \ ? 2 O lion of
II N It 2"1 ___ I.O I All the acid bill
H T" ----------- Parnell Iloofra will be taken .
A In NW of 1 R54 Unknown .
&tcI cor HW : T __..__.. ,
In or ,2 fi-KHpd
, 1 lit IlIk a Now lIy.r IIW'. uf SI"'. ____________26 II II 210 O. W. All N',4 -i\--N Tbi- .197..0I HhratnHt you.
'. : I W'j' ofNW ______88.t6 I It la further ordrml ,,
f: "f \I4: he W.ln.raht of /' that the notice b.
,,' ; &c 21 r.. II II K 20 .1_______ ,C. A. Smith Co. I SE'. at I\oW"' &" NV. or 8194426 II 21 120 W. 61. Iadl.h _______. I U : /'ooWI /' & 5W ur 1 1 1 80 Fodrnl T.lnt Rank _______2493 published OIC. a wiek for Tour
NE- PO .on'"ullv.
of /001' 1 7 _____ __
SWL4 SW44----------27 I 20 __ ____ 1280
10 U 2.U: '' 1\ I ____ In.nwn week, (
TIll ( Ire ,,
Iota SES In
All III, I", E.In r..1 .f NR'Sr.. 1'.n.1I & 1Uufru. SI of NW,4 e9 a A In NE ..ur"I of NE44!: _______--_- ___ 8 T Yl tn In.now ____________ 11' '. ty IWewrnph, .U" the Bradford Coun

New kn r : N'of, I, of Revldl.h ___ I 1'1'u_ 9 'I 21 __________ __ a weekly newapnper or iron
__ In
.1 II\\ 1 b'.h.2 tl __ 8671 u
A W ',4 or NWl.5rc 21 Tp U.4J i 8t or SE'., __ ___________ II 21 40 M. Maud W.Inwrlght_ _?_ S' 8 3W'.4 ot SE41!: __ U 7 II Unknown ___________ 86611 s I I 6 5 It E ---- e. A. Smith Co __ 12.10 NSy ot ", NW44 & county)', and In .
ot sal ___- I "r
I. 8 0 al to
; Ibvrrle /'ool --hh Dr. A. J. John.on ___________ W. i Gaineiiville
Rlkfl N.- 12.10" Sun
.r "
1. '. ,<,.. 'I" \\ or 1" ct NW. NW4i of NW4. ap4sw. sw\ 1111. "f SV'N' __.___10 7 II 10 Unknown ____________ 4101 circulation a newMpnprr, of general
.: r 'I" puhlmhed In (..
.. ... Sty -_ -- _______________ _31 I n 418 Unknown __________ f w.\toi of NWV4 chtia .I".YI.. Ala
\. ", 21 1'1' A I' It Lo V. -- ------- C. A. 1IIIIIIb 80 Co _____ I.U''' IU.02 county .'lo.lda.WITNESS .
4AllIllk S'w Itlver In r.4NE' ..t S' or NE': uf NIV'4 oil 11:1.a!: 8 2 :03 Unknown ________ 8.73 N-lt -- _?_?-10'7 21 Ion ITnknnwn __ 0____..4g. 1 1 the Hnnornhle
I ..r NW' SI.. of NINE'j: or : Lj NE44 __--______.Il 7 61 .0 Unknown __ __________._ 128' Eighth Judicial, Judite of the
S.v 21 & W'j 1 Nho. & Noy' uf of Circuit Court and the of
of W .
B.... 1'.8, S It 2n : --.-------- e. A. Smith & Co. __ 4.61 & MYb or JIIWI ofSW' NI.NE44 & N'u' of. NWV4 S\.6" Germ acal of the Clerk of 'tliltf court

1.\'. 24: h : N 14 II 1 of IIIk ,, 4..1 88'. NIl of I$'. of NW', __:! 22n Unknown will an h//. .I nn'u.e. I thi. the let day .of
I';' or NE' I sIVI, --------- 1 II _________ '583 June A D. 1826
I' New Ibvrr 111 I ITp "r NW'. of b14: _______.' 0 2RO Unknown My & IWli & EI.,, of SE'j:', __ 7 680 ---------------176.311
"' ... 23 W.. or N\\" aa 2lLnl .3 1 ___________ 8324 Ni 1 II "nhaoW G. W. ALDERMAN

'. 8 1411!I R 20 0 7 E 8 U..10---11- __1:1_: n 01IlIk _______ e.: A. lilullb, 4 Co ___ '.Wl I II'E'of,., or 'oW':NW'.. of_NW44___'_ ____ ._____-_.8 6 II I 20 80 ltnknown ltnknown -_ __ __ __________ 23.78 8.2 ot 1ofNWSj&NW4jofNWy1 NES4/' of _&._____________11 1 II 60 Unknown ___________ 16.3 I, (SiAL: ) Clerk Circuit' Court,, Dr.lo'.

II New JlIr, III K'-1: nf N II\\\ or NF'I.4 sI1); or IItI.36 0 2 10 Unknown -___________ N-I NW44 of SW44 A. S. CHEWS County
W t. ur JoIWI I 2& 1t'y or lot. 12 ur 2.1 Et9 :SW'7 11 190 1'nknow_ __ _____?_ 60.711 I
1 for
E'4: Sec 23 9'y ot eomplnlnnnt
B ..r Bol.io. 84 5t-7-3.
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: --------- Co. ___ 10.n I Ilk t In lullb..n S.rIK.88, II 21 G. W. ________ 8.n SE4 1'1'. 1:; of -
C. A. 8mOlb W.ln.r.bt ___ _
i:2 oTnNI kS16ItNtubuw' I,'. lots : Ilk 3. / E4: ---- 1 2 lno Unknown _____- 81.8
\R'.s.-o21a. W4yof I I of 101. II 12 nr Ilk t lute \\H. .r NWI 844 at SW\ I I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

NIVt1 .-o! \ t 2o of S \\1 2nl 11.N.w- ------- li..uwn --------- 1.2Lola tl i iIy'r 7 I 2 8 1 U 1.vf"r Ilk Ilk 1 o lull Int. 4 rnn II 6 f\.r -!.- ._ _:_\ _of____1____-___ 1 21 90 l.nkno. I I In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit
2 5
\ '" I I1): ...f001' ,:' I.a 2:111 : &. sprinw.ld: __ ____ _____38 8 U Maud W.lnwl.h, ____.. 8.88 N.: cor SE'of;'I. "r t IEl' &"' I A Ino.F Urnilfoni County, State of Morlda la
> Chancery.
Cum .t NW .ur of 1.41k 4 uf 11 j 1 21 2t Unknown 7.113
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\\ of ;\.W 41; 11, : I Ti' 6 1It lu.l. i iI -
1 . !I bran Spriuge. and run N : Soo Sls'4:' SE44 ________1 7 2 21 Ado Chit.. D. Thom.. ____ 870',' Ir..Muo County Hunk, a corporation
POE -- ____ 4.ll f '
LolxlIG.I--- :- -.- U In II IL uf C. A. B..lb Co IS 411 rl S UU rt W uo n I .. .4.6. np'.wwboa 51.44 All vf \tI. ---1 7 I 4nP"knnw_ ______________ It P& ComplainantB

., IIFrr InE'4 or NTo' I ul right '"'NI. lu and tar- ----------- __ 1 2 .In Unknown __________IM'o''' %.
IIIk 11.OW ur N" b 8"0 allot with pulhc, .."I ,.v I lot eI N W',1' W'. ot IiW'' _hI\ 1 21' ITnhnnwn _______.______ 60.11 C. Sweat ct al.
Sac 2' & W'a I I NW cur or same 66 It N & :0.1'1. ..r NE''. __00 ---___--.20 1 40 Ada'& Chu. D. Thom.. ____ n.o' .
Y'Fn n oj IFLotaofhik 20 E ---- --- ___ Yl 1 : 2
18 N.'w (lr.n.F.I ''y Co A. t'mllb & 1u.: H 1, 1611 rl l: & W __________88 8 11 btaud Welnwrtgnt _._____ 4 64 W'a .r 19'1' or NE'4 0 E IU It appear" by nffitla\it' nppintk'd

or001/' :' per I".r" NW N V4 of NWl' __u___ _________ I II al tn Unknwn _________ 1210 Auf' S\\ '4 _ __ 020 1 PI an Inhnow_ _____________._ 10 to thi hil filed in the .1".lnlvd cause that.
I 51-.i;' or SE'; vr NE'j: nt SW 4j .70 7 PO ________ SAoni or Iliilnh \.
NWh -_ 00 1 8 to Iinknown ______ NI' 2 Unhnow ____ 15 U Sweat the
1"024 ___ 2
All\I RIk. 1.. 1ll8YOIt220l.1E.I.Nrw I I IItisep : J.e M..h..w. 4.111 \\ of 7'.P vr IIW',. _____ 1 6 I 20 Unknown ______ ____?__ 1.02 E'All!: 8E'or;''I, .t t> ; ot 1)' _--90 1 2 20 Unknown _._?______._ 8.81 fiiidAnt, herein) Im..d.' I i. a non.
In .:"J of NEV, 8..., n 1'\: or SW T1 .f IIWh ____-. I II 2n 'nknwn _____________ I. NE44, ok NI I. NI/: naidint of the State of .'I.rd., and she la
at 81,' __ _______ __ I 44 .f i.4 '" SIH at imlilint or City of .
& W'44 of NW'4 Sre. U Tp 8II 2 8 21 80 ltnknown _________ 2H 17 ,: WNV ok W'' If'nIn. btnte of Tin*
Ni of SW'2 8 60 nhnuwn _____._____ ur bW' & SF1'! lyh.nl. the .. r..I.' being un
-- __
II :"I': -- -- ------- C. A. SlUllb Co ____ 1910U 2 U.H t.r 111\' ,
uf ._ t..1 ot SE'i' ___ 4PO known and
All UII 26 New Ibvrr In Ely of oWh )4W11 8 8 n M"ok Addlon ________ nOB &' 21 7 I Unknown.3 30 over the nvn ur twenty-on
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I'oE'Ir! 21. A \\1.' of NW WI or NW'. s'. or SWtj9; 0 21 160 Unknown '_ __ _._ H.OT NE'j, 1\\ & W.,, of SE' yiiir. ; it In thi-refon orikred that old

ti'sLate 1'.... 24 1'1' 8 II It 20 j E_____-___ & _______ IU.III .r M1R'' 11& \\ .. of NW'' ? A NE':'I. ,11. ----________ 7 1 100 l'nhnown ______ ______ 8071 non-rualdcnt dtfinilnnt b,. and the i. here
: J ,,t I'IS. JI 4 w 1l1o. In C. A. Smith Co. 11& $'. of 11NW't ot 1411 ', SWI' "r NW IN' --2 7 1 40 Unknown __________._ 1 05 by ri'imred, to appitir" ,to, the b II or com
ofLnlNtr I I t .& ,1':' .f SIB'---------:' 8 II 210 J of NW TI & '., 1.1.1W'd In nail, caune on or before Mon
F' "t "N1:" i 1' 'r .i A 64'4 l'nhno.1 __________ 008 N\\
j s.'e U Tp" 1111211 I; ..------ F.'l uf'oo' :I. & "WI or NEij: Ik & f'1 sW44 _... 2 1 200 Unknown ______________ 612111 day the lilt iluy or July. A. n. I'lJA other
__ 1
1.40 '
;I! ..r nu 26 :N.'''' C. A. Sutb Co. I NE' "t NI4' '' or NW \ $E'4 of bE', N or Public wi.o the, allvttation. or md, bill will b tak

m'r E"1: ..f NI''I. S,4 U Il. / SlSWI.; or SE'q" 4 E 'inns vc W 8)',1.. -----______a4 'il W. L. Bug. ---------------1657 on a. conft.neil by nalil, ronilnnt.

'o Sic ITpOS or SF': 0. _____ -______ 6 1 toO Unknown _______ S'J or sE'J: FW'4 & 65 A In It I. furl lur I Ihut thU order
& 11' .I SWh I ----- 14121 "r 0..0 b
81' of NI '4 F:', or NW''q' j SI'. d..d bW. I I I published once fur. four eon.

Ltx R 2\I" : ,.il -, r lIik-27 i'i-------' C. A. SDIIII 4 Co. ---- I.al .0 ___ _____/_ II 8 2 Zan Unknown _________ n2T .Iun.' ----.-.-------__:_ T & l'nknown _________ I 7' live wake In 'the llrndford County. Tele-.

1I"ur I" E', "r NE'.j Nut 23 &. NV& BW' _. __..00-__ __ 'I II 440 l'nhnown _____ ________ '& l;' "r '.:' ___ _____-5 1 2 .n "ampl"n TI. Timber Co.___ 03 graph liou.puper. publinlud in .. d Coun.

Wlv' "rW't: : II.... 21 Tp 01It __.._.______.____ 7 II 1 100 t'nknwn ____- ____ tH N4.W'u nr ;0."r NE44 _____26 7 2 20 T'nknnkn-- .. ?_____ IIT ty and Slate.'
All------------------------ 8 8 811 Unknown __ ,0' N'-4 or NW'. ________21 1 43 Pavld' Jones _____________ Ihi. June l.t. 1UJ8.C. .
E ------ I I 18897 I 12f'
20 --- __ -
-- A. Sonllh & Cu. 3.76Lnl LOll
11 or- Ink- --::10--New II". in E C. \\.1 NW',, of NE' 81944 S' 2 a ,4 u. tur arc ._.______211 1 2 1st Rank of SI.rl ___________ 8211 W. ALDERMVNCUrrt

"r NEI. Sc. 21& W', ofNW'I ; ', & NW' fe : ..__ V 8 1 810 Inknn. ________la.OO 11' vt uf SE':' _21 7 310 Unknown _?______ Circuit,
__ s\ 'S Nit 4. N t 8 1:0 NEti ot 811'4 Eor\ t lSE\Li Hy C. A. Cvurt
II... 2t Tp 8 8 It 2") F.- C. A. SlIIllb Cu. ________ I.U \ \ ---------------87.01 PW\
8 Now RV.or W y ujr A : : NWS4 __ __0 _____ T 1 00 Unknown __ 19.tO Diputy
Ft I"' 24 ; 2 --.4
AU IlK ::1\\
I'.r: NE4' : Sra 21.A. 64'4of =.r NW", ___,____ ._ 11 8 II 20 l'nknown --------------21 NWt ,.r NE4'< W" of NV4. A. S. CREWS CI.rk

N1V"r' ,IlIk 9c sa 21 New'1'1' 6111120 River In E Ely ------ C. A. Smith d Co. __ 1.46 NF"Wh;" ut"t NE'N14:, 8 SIVV SW4j; or or NW'-1 II I 80 l'nknown_ --___-.2A is ', s::: :: NEij Et.: of&>t.Nw_'___,:: ; : 11119 110 ; :-. 7844 51189 Solicitor for Complainant 8-4-5t.7S

Lot 12 of NE44 Sea as Ik W'., ofLo' 21. A In Sw c"r ______ \11 6 2 1' Unknown ____?____ 2.74 Cum NW41 ot 8 9111.4 line of E!: ot 1"211 1 11 8 _______ 170 NOTICE OF EJECTION
on ot NW'
S" or or sw'l or
SWtj ; Ely of.NW4i .
... 2TV 8 8 It 20 F. .___ NE.
C. A. SlOilb Cu __
j 1.1I W
?; 18 A In NW __.. 00 on ling of Ry right of
\I 12 ofRIk r4 1 Unknown ______ war By the
III o. :881
:2 'I\ I 6 7 M Y '' .' 1 I A run N riiiht veatetl In them by ,
: or of pw.P
sa N.w R".r In R''., of N 11't! of NW' cc 10 A In 8E cur way 70 ydaI law. or the board b
I 10 pt of Kv. Thunc W of public
of .. 170 In
s4Vtj SEt4 NW'. ofSW' yJa
E... sec 28 W'"f NW4j Bee of NE'; of N KJ 2-5 >,U E 2H 'd. to right .tructfon of Or..to.d county FloI., here
9 It ao Eu_ ------------ Co A. Smith Co. ____ ..31 8. II of by ..1. an .Uon held ,
YPINTpS Ex lot 12 &. ..II RIk1 of SEIq _________ __ 14 1 11 10 Unknown _____ way.. Thcnca 8 on right ofway City, b* held at t b >n
AllE4 New River SF''. "t NF.'j; W", oNE .8. ? 8.' 1.4 t-t yda t box. ____29 7 SI I Unknown. ____. II 8< place \on Tue.day. .ohol. hou.e at .aid
.Iota 2 3 t 8 6 'I II iNWi 29. 19J8
of SE'4: ____ for th*
\\ A or ___89 7
SWW 8W4 Ik E' I _
I ___... 44 of
or NEij S..e. 2S Weiof I 1nhno. ? three truvteve .
In R'4 It 20 E---___ or IW'. Ik !f:'. ---- -- -l6 8 II PWI.! of NEIH a NV4 of NWV_>3 7 120 1'.hno. ___.__. I lernninIn thees < Man
!Bra U Tp II S s to be .
NW'4 Co A. Smith Co. ___ 191lot. In l'n\now of I I .rlnlnl .
2 S 8 6 'I 8 'i' J 1\\ hW' of W.11; 8 21 ----1'08. Nf.4 -_.?____._-_84 7 40 Unknown ____ J. McKlnncy., Mann..
All IIlk t6 Ex or NEij, Bee SWl, .. !.;I. _u___ -___-___ 1 21 .n 17nknown =-----11296 Iota. 12 or heel NEI. A lots 8 and W. H. Smith. Robinson*

U New. 1I"'v Wry "r In NW4j E" See U Tp "All. -'.SW4NE'- -.-._ I..."r____IE'_..__.1 8. II 120.40 Vnknown. --::::...,.....,82 12 84 or SK"-4 fracl of NW NELL V*, 1 Iuu of 5 NW'4 A 'In A Swear L. W. KICKLITER

S It 20 E.--- --------------- e. A. Smith Co. _____ 2.60 2 Unknown 4& Chairman
8 n All -- ________98 1.0
_____.24 120 -- .u __ .._ ..10 II 110 Unkno.n : IV --------- 1 Rank or __ 81 n IT B WIGGINS
8 A of SWV4 or NW'I, II C. A. swath Co __ 11.64 66 NKU of IVE'' 1 St..1
II ofSW44 l1'v' f NVL: NW", nr NE''. ----- -- -----_______38 1 .0 Unknown ______ n.n Secretary
SW\o 1
EY.J E'nr JIIW' A N' of NWL, Ik bEt ------20 NWI, of NWU, A S4 of NWV -5
E'4 or SW' ._______14 6 10 820 Unknown __...161.18 S.'. ot NW' &. I 80 Unknown ,- .480 ANl 4>f ______*37 .1 200
A I _______.____.__28 8 10 640 Unkno.n _____I.J.8 I'NW'1 .r' or W". NW' or.8Et. NWL of W\ SEV--of NE'. Denk or Strl ____ 8U2 NOTICE or ELECTION

All 1---f- --of-NWV _______d6 6 10 8011 Unknown ___111.61 Ik F.'.sw' or 8E'4 A NI or stv ___--________*_ i 7 Hampton Ti. By the -

8WV4 SW"4 or 81-!: =9 : ;: 80 Unknuwn ____ 14.80 F'y; of :' __BW'_ _________ 6 11 3/A E''J or 8.:1 a all wv-j or stv.. I IO 1..Co 80.1 law of Pwe' .r11. In tht bF th
2 public
NWV4 1 ; 8 NW'4 8 of ili-::::::=:.. 6 10 200/U Unknowo L'nknown : : -==== IY.94Lit. 82.98 8'y EO, .t"f N'u SW'' .."NRL1 SVSj or or NW', _. II S 2 IT ITnkn".n flm Kelley --1078S VIS 8 A K In of Sty of, --------1 I .. .. 120 0 Unknown t'nknnwn __ .1 R hereby t met Ion. nf lirailfurd b.ro ,.. Florida.I.

819 or lot 8 & N'y or lot 1010 6 10 80 Unkn"wn II.U SR'4' SEtj..22 6 2 120 Unkno. _. 818 34 of NtV, A N'i' or BI!:', of 1 ____ I I .ehool haute an 111elihronn t b held at tb*

JNSy ot lot. t II 8 _______-----4.l 6 10 120 Unknown ___ 11.W. SF'': : :t:':&NWL.--o WiU I to A. C"bF ___ NWV, a 5W. of NWL AW!* the city hall at In Stark, S"rln. and al

S'9 or lot 8 Ea 11 A In NW ear & NL4 or BW\o 0' ;; ___.73 8 Ino SWL, A 81. NF.. Or BWi on Tuesday. June

belt 188 T4.. N 8 bT 130 ydaE N'j .f NW'4' .. nr NW'U 1 1 120 Unknown __ 81'" a SELj or BW'tj a bEV ____ 4 412 Unknown Ilellbment diatrictnlnnhaBhrbercon.olld.td
.. W SIj of Iota 10 II --: --g: : 110 J. E. CI.mona ____ /L6ANE'4 One .. In NW .IIW"82 or I.t I I Unknown 61.93 SL of !>EL, of NWV, a NV. of 8 I 12.38 '

-___ -- ------n !0 I6U 11. U. K.... ___ U.'IG -.-- -- ,, ___ : I NEH of 8WV., _. ___ U Unknown n.n t oats,thead dtermle.ucthe to *lect thrae)
6 L'nknows ntlllaae
2 .
All __ u__ --------.-- 140 Unknown ____111.01 s', ot 1.1 or S'l, or NR'54 1:1 18 Lut.6675212227383637 a'neiud .irnln t laid cnnaolldnted t b
AU ______________.1 6 In AW Unknown ____..III.DI A Ik N'4 or lot II or toi.. ofSF' It 80 40 41 4i 41 45 48 49 60 Vanavrn at SUrk. C A. dltre

All __ -.-. .---------- -, 10 II'U Unk.owD __....IU.'I ''. -I" A.t 1 A In W. 6 0: 61 6 G 57 68 80 0 John.. A. W. Anderaon M.Futch... .

HE.... .. !I _______ 10 t.o Unkllown __nl.u 811 or lot 1 : oror 6 I. Unknown 84 ... -_______10 I 831 Unknown. 113.10 Heilhro n. N. D. _nW; a8
; 8 ._ ------ : ; ::0 80 III... Mloaonrl l Drown _L.. II.U Lots 7 A 4 or ------------1., a 11.41 Lou. 20 80 82 42 47 48 51 SI 17 1 J. C. Jonea, i Norman

NWVf EV4 ::= ''f : J. E. Ci.mo 11 10 A Ik Sty of lot.6 __29 6 1'0 58 69 ta In Wondlawn _____J1 1 n n' Unknnwn 1111 L W. KICRL1TVRChalrmaaw
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Lou'I ; _.. ....-...=::=.: 7 II Unknown : _7--- 12.84: 'I.... Iota' a r.1 S4y2I 6 1 Un..o. tl.S Ixita" 45 48 In Woodlawn _II I 1 Unlno. 10.t
Ea I A In as: sor N 4 ISO L. W. Craby 10.n 4. 1 8& N<* of of 8WV4 I Serretarr
lot II It ESy ot NE'.j __ _____________IT 6 Unknown IW" I 1.n 528t.4V48..
Noy of NW -- ----- 1 7 }J771wwYrlti t6r911V 8 I'." NEV, '(, _____-1__ I .0 Unknown ___ 14.00 H. B. WIGGrSI'.1


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Description See. T. R. A. Owner l'ts.uSE' ; inscription See. T. R. A. Own., Cone lleerrlption. II..... T. R. A. Owner e...... "II,.|1'''' ttit.. ( I 1.. Inn nor I'' H Liniltlfflro

ill (I. ,> i,,,, .h'! I ..inla.' Muv JJ. I'26" ,
of SETT or NE'/ .____,-.12 II 23 10 Unknown .. .. 881b SW' of 8\V. A W'j' of SKI:
1 --- -- ton Truhy A Coo.Sub. Dlv of Serial No. "-M' >. I I. .
.., of 8W' of NW'4' ______..__ II 22 20 Unknown --------.--.. 72J A St:' of :SK'I': __ __ _-. 4 6 22 820 Unknown __.___.___._109.41 NK1:' of Nl.i.: -----------6 6 US3 Unknown .__.......__. n.ll Notice ,IM h'nl. I"y ttl\in (that Albert. Mil, {
Lot 118 In Woodlawn __________13 II U 10 8:8.: si:' of NW',1.' r HW'.r ,
--------- --- W'ij of Hlk 6 l.Mnmton Truby ACo. l.r. ..r llotulii." ulio", on ,
Lot 19 In Woodlown __ ___ _. _1:1: II U 10 l' known -. ---------- 8,84lol MCt); ': | ___ .n___._ _____ .. 4 8 22 80 'nknown ....h_________ 17.8' Sun Hit 1 uf NL11 of NKV: ,_28 8 Unknown ___._".___ 7,19 :7. 11'\' mrd liomi'flt. ltd entry No.

13" III 1\1\ jn W..odIB..n ______ 14 II 22 20 L. U. Dc. -----.------.-. 14.00 SE' of NE' n.________ 4 8 U 4n The Am. A..rI.. 'h.m. Co ____ 14.00 \\ ''y of lot,Is 1 2 all lot 3 4 0.'l>0.1. for North half of North' ,.Mt quarterSiMithi'n '

Luis :top 41 42 In WoodlBwn .._._14 8 22 :10: ) Ul.nknokn -.-.---------.-- 10.111 i T'j: of M.I' of SI/IC'------: '' 4 6 at \\nlnwrl"hl WhI1r. __.__ 1.22I ,of lllk .ITA 1112' of Iota I Z ft. .t ,."..r" r of S,ithiimt 1 I iiuarlfr anil \

1..1 14 In WH..IIIIWII __ ._n 11 8 22 I 1"" ___..._.._____ 8.U W of :NE'i' of
644 7 MI I" 11 IJ 2a 24 J:; :; '' & F'y' of NWi & SWi 'IVillA Con Sub Ills of MCli ottnu t' J. .rn\\ll. .hlt/| A oath., lutlthlt. i\

laic t r.i & W'' lOr. tot, '.J & of NU ti S'' ,.l, fir'| .1 6 22 880 tlnknown ____.._______oo1Z2.6 .f NF1:' ...28 6 Unknown __.......__ 02.18 I I' n.t I"'h'' i... M.Hi) nn has flli..l mxlico

all Iota 111 80 III InW".II.'n. 1'1 8 eo I5; lrnknown ..-----.---.. 89.97 E' of 8W A :NV'4; A. \\". ofSI U'|. I or R'4': of lllk 28! l.lv.lntj.t of .nti nti,?, n .to lunko, 'Thnn-yiar pronf.

Loll' r.I 8'4 cor 1,1 40 01\ E'4: oflot :' \\ I' in 6' Ia 40 Unknown _________n_.__ 17.01 \ '"n 'rrul.A Co a Sub Piv SIn 1 I.. .itiblMi rl 1. m to IS., land. mote ilncrlb.nl ,. .
102 In w""dl.v" __n__ ___111 I VI 20 I'nhnown .. 11.01 Eye wJ; NW'' ,.r SW' 10 0 22 ao Unknown----------------- '' .,
----? ? of NU''I, of NP': 28 4 Unknown ..___.__._____ 11.21 I bfrrr I Cl.ik fir. nit fnurl. at Slarke.IlollIn .
Lot OJ In Woodlnwn _______ III 8 22 io Martin uvrm..h .------?- 7.22 V'' ;. ..r ';tt'' II 6'2 .11 Unknown----------------- 17.111 Lola. 2 .i of mi 41 LMnmionrrtihr on .this nth. day of July 11)26.

1.o1.1 I 23687 811121116In F'j of SWi of SEl: _________-.11 6 22 10 'nknown _______________ 1.22 '" A Ci.. Sub UK 1 1 of NKL4 I :h,iiiiinint,, Mnntil, \\'.'itnxixk I :

171M 22 211 al 811 411 4J 41 EI of 7YE'I' of SWi __ .____U 6 22 10 unknown 1.84 NEl 28 e n Unknown ----.--.-- 4.4 ,\ S ttrirUnml., .if "larkiPlorhla.' .

4" III 11:1: 61 112 In Woodlawn.15 8 U 2Ra U _....?.___80.09 W'.. of 8WI' of SE'' __-12 8 U 10 Unknown _______h______ 1.12 l.oi; t of: Ulk i.1.!! Utltmiiitiii. TrubvA ;; .Tiiin.ii. ** .\.tln..r Sturki' rlorlda..too .

Lot GU In Wooollnwn ._ __ ____:-18 8 at 10 l' known -?--.-.---?- 8.U S'., of SWi, Of SE't[ gw'lj of Co Sub UK ../'oE'i of NISE4 1! irlftln. Slarke' Florhla' .

Lot 119 In Wood'.wn' ____.__ _.::18 8 22 10 Unknown ----.--------- I.U I SKI of. SF' u .._ 18 8 42 all 8. W. FJ.nnuan ________ 1480 ,, - -- -- 6 22 Unk..wn ______._ 4 UI K "....,.... of Stnrl,.. rinrldar.iooiu.B C
Lots' 8 8 10 11 U 21 22 27 28 82 SW ', of NW of NFi.< _..-____16 6 22 10 Unknown: ___._____ 722 I I of ttlk 4. 1.1< In".I"n 7'rnk.28, ; r. CROM

84 88 38 aT U" Nuj of 101 0 A In Nt:' of NE'i R'c, 21. & Cut Sub Dlt of NEtt: ofNK: 6.24.nt'((1..T..' It..6Is t.r 1

811 .11 tots 40 41 41 4G 48 III I bounded N by land of N. D. j I, ,U -- -- ...29Lot. 6 Unknown ______.____ 1 R2
112 118 68 117 61 82 63 In Wood- 1iiMman S by c. liter x1 l E byRy 1 4 of Ulk ir. l.itinirMnnTmhv NUIIIK' Ti) IIFIITOKS: ) AMI tKKDI-:

I.wn _____nn____-__ 11 I 22 2I5 Unknown ----- 84.,0'' lift 100 ft .g| In SE cor also A Co Hub. Dlv of uNKVi nu Tons

1 Lot 11M II: S4( of lot 90 ID WoodIswn : to A of See 16 A 21 di >crbedoa : 0 of Nr1. ....,... 88 5 Unknown _____..___._.__ 811I. I I Notice In hi ri'by given that. all eredltora.Leiiat .

_._______--__.___ 8 22 15 Unknown 8.n follouc : bra at a fl In enter ..... 2 8 of nik 40 I.lvhm.tonTruhy I *.,.*. I'lNtrttmt. and .rroni havlnv .1

Lot 4 14 N'4 of Iota 19. 21 of Ry 416 ft to. an Iron pent In A Cu Sub Dlv of NG14 I| claim' auainMt, the mete, of Mar 11. ''

SLy or 10" 23 It all lot 28 E center of Ity rack near. Temple. of NE'---------------28NH 6 21 Unknow0 _._.?.____ 8" ubam. ........cd. are her.'by ., .I..d ttirritnt .
44 of lot 81 It all Iota 82 83 41 lore A run W 14 d....... N IH20 of lot 2 of lllk 48 LKiniralonTruhv the same duly auth..ntleat.il to th* ,

42 46 49 110 III 62 fi8 114 115 I ft thence N 14 dca-rcn W 060 ft A Co Sub Plv ofNCV-i eounly, Judas of C.'only. Klorlila. "
60 61 62 63 61 In Wood- 1 thene E 14 detireta N 1320 ft of Nt:' .t8 I 22 II'.M..1 .
86 67 t'nknown ___________ 4 U Within one yi>ar, ', be held
lown ______. ___n.n-18 8 22 240 Unknown .--..---.---- 11.88 I thence M 1 14 ilmrre W 0611 ft Lot, II 12 U 14 of Ulk 2 Pants' In bar thereto. and all wil Indbledto .
8Y. or lot 1& elot3of It W : Ihenc E 14 dm I pee* N to center A rrtiby add to Starke In NKcor ; 1 i natil KMate. reiiuired,"to pay their

lot 81 In Woodla"n ____.-_ 8 22 20 Unknown ----------.--. 12 40 I of Ry track thence S on Ity to of 8Bsi' of NW 4 W of HiI' dbt. forthwith. to the undersignedA.lttiinleiralnr i

1..0143 In Woodl.wn ____.___-I8 6 22 10 Unk non_ ---- 6.18 hen. < x I''' ; \ .n W .Id., diedcil. Toy---------------- 28 6 21 Unknown ............... H on .

Lou 6 11 In W""Uawn ________18 8 22 20 Unknown -----.------ 9191 I to H. l>. Colcmnn ___-_. __ 10.21 6 22 26 Unknown ____________. 1611 Lot 1 A. Sty of lot X of Ulk 8 !I 1'hla the 2Vth day of At.rll" 1>J6E I I
:18 4:1: 41. in Woo"lI.wn18 8 U 40 Unknown 1193'Lo1a1234567BI116 Sly'< of NE'4' of NK.IH' 17 6 22 Potts A Truhy" n.l I. In Stark .
Lots 87 : ------------ -- 20 Unknown .......__. 2077' < S M \TnJ9.
19 Eleten acre com at NE ear of In NK. : mar of PhU of N\\ 'y 4.xo.tlt.H-v.fi.. .. )

80 31 84 811 18 87 83 811 ELJof NW, of SWi4 A. run W 10KO W of 11. -- ------ -28 6 22 l'n'no\\ .. II ,
lot 40 N4(, or Iota 41 44 & fl S 4Hil ft K 1060 ft N 400 ft Iota I 2 of lIik A ;i-J: ..lornadd, --- ----- O I

.11 Iota 411 46 III 112 SIJ of I to. bog. ___.____?__........17NEk 6 22 11 Unknown .__._______ 11 et to Rurke SIof MN k, W of I .JIKK'. ..ur. ." Cb

lot 87 Euj or lot 61 all lot ; of SW, .. ._-.____---|SSH 8 22 40 Unknown. _.________ 1296 I of Walnut St. I In: :R 6 21 t'n'nnwn ___.__..._____ Irll 11 ...I'. liradfonl County, State of Florida.
fit In Wuodlawn .__ _______nI9 8 22 265 Unknown 7887 of SW of SW4 I.... W 6 lot' 6 6 of Hlk, C ,N. J. Jem;* add, Ch.ne.I'Y.

8'/ of lot 68 In W'HNII..n _____10 8 L II Unknown ------------ 220 I Acre. -_ __________]g 6 22 14 J. W. A. Andrew* A Son ___ 1.80'' to Slnrke In SK':', of NW (t. K:. 1'earork,

Lola 14 19 In W".lInwn _____10 II U 20. Unknown ------.------.- U.l0 I Com 210 ft N of SE coy of SW ', 'I of Wnlniil St in ._ ....28Lot. 6 28 unknown __?_?_______ II 37 Comi.lalnatit.'
Lo.. 311 86 N I 4{, of lot 88 all of SW, A run N 210 ft W .. 7 H V 10 of lllk l> N. J. va

Iota 43 44 411 48 47 4S 49 60 SIR ft S lilil ft E 116 ft to butIty !I .,..",.. ..1 to !Starke .In Sl-.l: of ,, I IT Hamilton. anti Lou U Hamilton.hn I

III 62 N'(2 of lot 62 all lot I am'. --. u _21 6 22 2 Unknown 474 NW W of U Binit SI In 28 6 22 "nknown .._.___?_____ 3401 l ', wife.

U In Woo
Lot a2 in W""lInwn _._ ___20 5 22 10 Unknown _?______n____ 00d SWV of /SP-I4'; : -- .__._ _______ _21 6 22 Mra. Mary Hopklnt .n....?__ 2764 (. ..1,1011., ." to Slarke in NK1: *, I I I appearlntf by affidavit appended. j

Lots 2 8 4 7 K 9 1:1: 14 18 18 17 NEl' of SK'4' of SWi' 21 e 22 10 Unknown ._.....__.____ 2017 of. N\\' & part of w.f 1 NTS4 'h 1.11 fllril In the .1..v..I." aiM t

18 21 22 2a 25 26 272M 84 I NWI4. of t.El, of SWl.' 21 6.3 10 Unknown.' ......__.___.. 1400 \ W of Ky A NK: cor of Sr.i: :" that I. II llnmiltun and l Inns M II urn/It.

WI,: of Io. 83 In Wonellawn 120 5 22 208 Unknown -----?------ 6n0 W .. of Ink ft s of R4WIv n,, of NW' __ _____-.a S 21 T'nknown .___h._.____ 17.20 I II lInn. the defendant. therein naoa.il p
I.ole 114 ro8 fiM fill in Wn".lln"h ', 20 5 22 40 Unknown 1210W E of W line of NF.i of SW., I l.oi12 I II 14 of PJIk 16 remplo ,' are wiP.. cif the Stale of t'lo"

-j: .r NW'4' .r NW' of NI'i In Temple Sub HI i 21 6 22 6 Unknown ?____?_____"__11 61 a.l.l'llon. .to siurhn' ,m NEt4: of 11,1.. and the rcnidi iiee of the fendanta
&E'vofNF'' '.. ofN\V'4&Euj' Ten A com at center of Ry here of1 >\t & purl of N'j i of !NK' : and each .f them, ore unknown and ar*

of SE'4ofNW'i&E4JUfNWI : u., mile line of ace 21 run E .A 14' W' of. KY A NIC cur of lOt?: over the nee of twi-nty one year ; It kt .I C j:

I.I or NE''. .r NW'4 NE"4of W crowe, A run. N on Ity of NW', JHI 6 22 Unknown ...__._..___.._ 1620 : tlierefore onl,'red that: pad nonreantentdefenilantA .
NE'4 or 5W4 ._ ._.. ___21 8 22 60 unknown -------.---- 5211SWLt 490 ft thtnre E at riiiht xngla> I Lots I 2 ::I of lllk 27 'Pi'mptiaddl., I I he anti, nre hen.liy "'reg.tlre.1 tmapprar

of NWI4 or NEt'.4 ._ __ _21 8 22 10 Unknown ------------.-- 880 to. Ry to mild '4 mil line, thenre I ti..n'. 'to Stark In. NF4. :' ,of. N\S I to the bill of complaint filed .

W. nr NW'4 of Sf4' .1,0 com FI'I''N beB: ---iik. t:21 8 22 10 Unknown ............. 12 11 I. A Frt' of. Wij of Nhi; : W aid caiiKe on or before Mondny, the / \
.1 Nt cor of SW'4 of NE'4' & 1 S of It I of Ity & NF cor of hi.:'.. ..r stay of June. A. D.I 1901.!' otherwlx the I .

run W 26 2.8 r rod W 63 1-8 rda to W line ofoald 2 J.: the whole bring Rfli( ft, E A lot 12 11: of lilt 27 Tualplos. a.l.ll- .\ by Haiti Irfs'ndanhl.It .

forty thrnce II 20 .eI" to wby170ftN&SInTvmpIr. llon to Slnrke, In NF'4; : of I. further' ordir. that this order Mpuhllnh .. t

thenre E 80 I Sun Di\ 21 6 23 f\\\I.; A. part of Wig of Nt:' ,.d enre n week for four ... > '
8 In, of Bald forty ._ __________... 1181 en. .
nis 'h..no.. N 80 e.4 to low .22 8 22 59 Unknown- -- .----------- 2268 Frail NW14 of 111"-2-.1'" of R 2 W of fry A NK cur of "I';' of tit. wttk In the llrndfnril ,'..un.v Talaiurnph -

Com at NW cor or 8WY. "r NE K: Com at NW Cor or lllk A. NW'I4 . .28 6 n ('. T. Peek ____....._._______ 8110 a newnpaper' piihltahixl. In ... eounvty !
&. E 8:1: I-a No S 611 ale run' !S lIB ft to Innil. doodid I .I.. Lot. 14 of lllk 27 Tempi ",ioU. and State.I t
tI run
W 53 1-6 nis N 60 rod 10 I".a22 8 22 20 Unknown 1706NFt' H .lone. thence K alontr Raid lion. to Stnrke In .I'1. :' of. NWI' Thi.I Mar (10th. IP2 1 'Ii I

.f ,. ___ ___22 II 22 40 Unknown ??-?,--,-- 2116'SF" line ,,f Jon.,* land irl ft thence ', A. part of W'j' of Nt:'', W i O. W M.nKKMAN: .

of SEy.S __. ._._______22 8 n 40 M. J. E 'Terry -------- 20778E44 N nloiiir piilhe road" to tin. .r Ity A. NK: cor of SI-J': of St: \' (is rk rireult CourtHy ,

or RE'4' or SW'2- 5 22 10 1Inkno"n': ------------------7 22F"1 I b,.twecn Block I A 2th.. 'neeWent NVm . .. 28 6 82 II Y. Pmwn ..__.______-__ 131 C. A. KNIRHTPi'imly '
8 22 18 Unknown 7.22NWAcrer I 7 H of lllk 11 ItUlniM .,,1,11., Clerk. v
of N',. .r NWl "r NE'I----23 ---- ---------- along, Raid, tine to J
SWII of NE' ar N to Stark In NW14 ofNWti RYAN y4

._or_____ _________nU 8 12 4 Unknown -----.------- 414'8'y brit In Tempi. Sub Div ____21 6 22 2 Unknown _____?_0.. 661S So.'h..r nth at _..n__.__-_28I 6 II Unknown ---____________ 444flflO i Sullcllor FV\NI(Coinplitlnant' 51461611. 1 \
.f NW'I' of NFii' _-_-_-23 II 22 20 Unknown ---------- 10.61'All 2'" acre com at NW cor of c,'n. .oil'. 12 of Ulk: C II inim ad.lt-
ter III. A. Stoke & I.nwtey public I lion. to Ktarlie In NW'. ".f :NW
nil dngonnllutl I
S. A.'r..wn RnheY.f lot I.ow'y" In 5.c, 23 I ITI' n.ml & run W after .,udSI I1 t'.11Ih..r till. it.l ._..28 8 22 T'nknown ..._._.____._. !OTII OF I'VI.HI APrilCATUIV: HF' ('THIN UTS FOR OF TAX ti lt' '

8 B 11 22 E W of lIy ___ ____.______ Unknown ______..____.Onrlot27ft 102.68 ., 4.10 ft its Innil. of N I IIfnirnman I' lots. III) 11121:1: II ,,f lllk C Hi*. I II.IK: 6EEIt61.: : IH
thence N nh.nir .aid
I Inn mldt, ten to' 4l unto In NWt4of .
N&S100fuF&W N 1".1 1 2fln ft thence t: I tilt fl to I NU' Smith' of ooh" nl. MAll 6 22 Unknown .....-----.-_. 441Unfcnoun ', !I. lien by iilven thnl' Wain 4
bnllnd..1 F b" Rtate .1 end '. purrhnM, ..f Tnx Certificate.( No. of
Maid road, th,,'nee ninny rind .toti lllh II i: K I, II I .1 K L "
"y W. E. 'r""I S by > box in Temple., Sub lut I Ilinlnue i.ddllioi .to 41m,' In 81 1 II. ihi.>il the Sri. day of J'.ly. A. !>. '
Edwnrde: Town .f I.BwleY Inr2, has filed, nlil 'irllftrale In my office
W of 2'J acre. 22 6 (rl Unknown .............. 1101 NW'' of N.\\"I> South. of Kill
R252 and I hi,4 nod for Inn !
8 niirtlntllon,
In S.c 23 TI' .\ .piece of land In SI:' of NW .1..e 1s.
.28 l>
.. Unknown 13 110N et. _____ ______ 2161 .
-- ----- n Huld
-- --- -- UMU l.t ni'coriliine.' u "ill h htw
I1 l holnu loo ft E & W & 107( ftl.le ,, -, G' : I'" .
F.VI..; 210 ; I I. 'l- ( 7 N of Ulk 8 In J. OAUmu ,,
Oe"I" fnllimliuerlhedl!
j06tt w on 1V eod.| & ST ft. till.. onE iiiMiltoti. ,,,, li, Mm'1.,. H I Irlrn' inilii'nr Hi. .
& S In SW c,,' or lot 10 end A l.iilidtl, on N hy F.I.llntrton of Mmh.onV of W',"I n ill Htain ,l.rf.p. y. lltiuttil. In Ilrnl. ford County

Torn of n."y P lOr 11" InR..c. 1,111,1, on tli..F: I ly ElIlnt 28 6 22 Ktorl.ln. lo-wlt :
21 24 2r. 20 '1'.. 5 S 1122 .. John Uiilow .---.---------- 677 I 7 I 1.2 Artiii In Fn.t half of Nnrlhwmt. .
land the W h '
111... Anna Lau Ondwln B4J on > ri nrPnvy I I.nli, tl ; N of mi | in J. (1.
-------- ------ qua"t."r of qoiithii.,' I iiuiirlir Iron I A,
E |ploy & on the t by .\)Miruddit, on ,to stnrke' H N..1
lest :in- ;, lot, Ion rt N lItA ly M.... tlMiriclto" ,ooi 1'' i ,I'd' ..' 6 22 Unknown .___ .____.____ 880 of Maillhi.ii A W ..\Vnlnut ata : 4 acri
400 fI F. lit W In ScO.. Townof N''. of SE'1 of St\'', e-i l\ In In .21 6 23 J. It. llaiiife. J? I':".I. (/ errn.Thr ,4;
Itiillim _
i III H.... a ______ ._ ___.__ 677 ttntd h''Ing at tha ,7Inln
l.nw LV E .C Jlv :II... Anna Lou Codwln 4168 NW -----2 6 22 1 18 Unknown ... ..________ 1091 I iui-1 \li.lr." A II C I) of lllk 2 In I IHII 1..1
2A A R 22F ---- F.:' of Nn' of NK':' i r, .\ of the (I.sunnrr. of ouch artIfleas.In *
; W 4uo'ub111nn. ,, to Btark. In
toT .
x.tI2'it Town I\of l.nxtry. ll of WI- of INK':' of NKi 22 8 22 22 Mm Din' Altman _______10.91 I. NWi of SWi'" 28 6 22 t'nknown .......________ 4it I,. name. of. Joint I CtiKir. Itnl. .* said, ,
B It .
23 21 2r. 24 1'1' G NEl of NWi of NR' Nil I: e > shoo In .I.1 ncrorillilir' ta
In Rrts Unknown 4.41'I A One lot. of land in Starko. bouml, ,''dK .lrl" LIt
... ------- --- I, ,I will I l-.in ''h"r" the 14th
-.i..i- ; --------- A "rI" '; of NE':' ..r S\\:', 22 6" 18 8. W. Klnnnitan. ... ._________ 763 by '|11111.1.' | nn S by Trait ,.1.,1 r.nn n
2'r'w; : ;-t of flyIn dear of June, A. 11 '..Ill'dWHneii .
Lot I ; of I t N1of' NW of MISW;' >,, fit W by Snndenion, lone A I t

RreR 2a 21 211 26 1'1' II S Itw2t Can.lia Calhoun 4.H of SWi, of NE'; -______.22 6 22 20 Unknown ...__.____._ 1091 N by Innil of N. 'r. Itlltli __-_28 8 22 Unknown ___ 474 my orflrlnl nl"nnt'ire, end sisal
----------- thin ,. Illh .toy of Mnv' A I II. l 11)76.!!
T.-T.--------;;; ; 7 A in SW cur or SE'1, of SW One lot of html in Rlarko' .b..u"lo.1N ) i I
41 I
,1rre -2J 6 92 7 Unknown .... __ __ I ly, Ulk 31 orliilnal town
28 24 211 26 : R"'r; ; ? I I.1 1 Clerk C'n-nil Court.Tlinilfor.l f
try F: fir Ry In Sre. Unknown 2.40 E .6 the fnllowIng ninea & K & S by Icy A W by'I'hump.e.tt .
------------- CountT. I lorldi.
Tp6Rlt-- .tract btliiit nil of SMi of.-.E'l: HI.. _28 6 12 Unknown \ r
raw'p.F. of i--------- I ___.......... 62 lit lit C A KNICIIT
46 Town of of SWt V of rood 21 6 22 6 Two lota' fronting 100 ft onMinlinon
Lod Unknown .._.. ______ 7 "2
S 11 ? 6-11 G.6 II 1"1"Ity Clerk.NOTKF .
In Stra 2a 21 26 26 'fl.fi Unknown ..44 I All \V'2 of NEVi of SEU 8 of St A run N 100 ft
------ --- I
22P.-- I mad--------, J3I'ortion 6 12 0 Unknown ...._ houndd R .hy Madtaon M. K
.j-'n---------: ;. I, __....__.___ 4 14
1. t 44 Town; of J.nw trv : ..f EIJ of NE'i' ofSTE'4' |lY, Court 81. N hy land of J.V.. III !' OF r.lMIIDMV' HtIC OF MIN- t

In S."'" 2a 2. 211 26 Tp 5 S 1\ "nknown 249 lying S of Starke tt Middle I Andrew,, & Son A W by land. II OKH I.AMINotieo ,.
22 F .' -;-----.---- II M... 01" -'!'h.- ...----- -------- 722Rw'l burn Duhlio road 12 71-100 of M L John in Cooke5y'euddllnn I !I. hen.by .Iv.'n tliiit on the 2tn d l llnv

F..r RW' of SW' of SF.21_ ___24 II 62J 22 10 nknown: --:=::::::=: iuA.rNE Acre __.___ ., ___23 6 Z3 11 Unknown ___________._ R.12 I ... .to Sturke, -- .. -- .-28 6 22'' Unl>nfit n ............... 51 ISM of June. A. l I'. 112. I I. the under.Iviti'd .
of SW" W Iii .\ of NWI t of SK:' A N llnnrdlnnear l Newotnn. a minor .
.r SE' One lot on Miidnon, t buiinib "
2. 6 Unknown ___ ______._ 881 d
of RE' of "rBWIII--- G 10 ow 7.24 I 8 A of WIJ' of SWU\ of SE',. I'i: 'by \\'' U lliiyniH' N by .1. W. I will apply to the llfinoritble n..I'..

RW"4Noy ; lOr I',, ;__ ;_::;";6 8 22; 8 l.nknown nknown ----.---------- 881 N.r Puck road --------4 6 23 21 Unknown ? ..._____.... 11.21 Anreun Sol W by Shaffer A. flanMn, r. County .lu.hfi., fir Itrndfonl

ofofRR'Nt'. .r SI':;' "r Nf'I. _6 II --- ----------- NE'. of MS'i _. 2bhV 6 U 40 Unknown ? ?___u 14 00 I & R by Mitilinoi: H! in Cook..y' ('I"nIY. I'ls.rtda' .I hi. offle. In th. courthnllRO

81/ SW' lOr S"' "r NE'I : of I 8W< . .. .. MSW 6 22 40 I'tittnown ....._____ I 14 00 add. to Starke _____28 6 saS2 T.. John --------------11.45\ In Hlnrke.' lorlilu. for an order

zit, .f NWI of NF'i' or 81" of SE'i:' J6NWI 62 40 .T..1. Minion ___.___. 1781 I
& F. tort lOr S'" .r SN'' or SW26 10 Unknown 1161'i of SE's: ______ __.16 6 42 40) I'nknown ? ..--___ 20.77 I W M hilv.indi: S l.v 11. I'. nod Inli. .nut of aid minor in .that ....
.f N :' ; 8 22 ------------ SIS'' of NW' _______ .__ ____27 6 22 40 Unknown 41 OPMm Mllch..111.. .. III/.,1 I W by lain lit..1..1' or parrel. nf lot| ly UK and he-
nll..r "rNE' : t: elitht A of '\ of S lii ". llin.ir.nl' Klorlda.ilracrlhid .
NF.'" lOr NW' 1.\A NWI/ NC"!, MroioUnv KI 11 N by A. I.. AI.I log .0" rou.ity. .
1 ....hlnuru. of public road _. J7SWl 6 F2 R Norn I 28t e follow M ''t 1
; W "r Tb'-'c E. Knot .._... 21.07 va.." limit W. M. Edward.:, ..___..... 801 I n i
"nrtln 14 I sold'" MsirvQ6 41Inknown 2107 ;I of ".:', Iris 2 A in NW "oin on ('nil x, at stt rear nf Innd I lot. Thln.ni, II 11. ."..rl..1 'III, Nlne.

JBn" 1I,1,1..on. 8 n ----- ------ cor & 'I I A In NE cur ________.27 6 22 85 Vfiltnown .,_______.__ 2TI I OO'md| I by Mr S M W..IIe A ten Ilnl( mil, .r....nlv. I 1 of Illoek 'w. 10

Fuj .f R4J: .r SEl 4 "r 0I':' II"I I: All\ ;' of NEl' eat: 8\> of NEi/i-27 6 lit B Unknown .__n._________ 7.22 run N ';(-I fl; to. InnI I nf A. IAhn" .. c.'l I of r"I".,'* n.lditlon in town of r '+
A ... n I nO f. or \V NW''I, of 4F'1' fl cunul lc.. thi nee W along Altaro I fllarkei ,4

6 'I'"k nntN 1 nis "r .11:'41 ofN 15 ncr.a lllxo, s'tc.,81, ,in SWcor limit.' l.'l ft th 1111. S tin I i Soldeat/ ,i. ..t liil.ut mitt .1..1 r..ln It. ,

1' & ran 8 "Brnll..1. with RyBIR of NW'j' of I SK':' runE ft In (all s1 t lh" nti I Jo: on Call fill'In.r A .1 I Ni'M'mnlt. id. ei. ||H. I J t

rl thrnrn W .n porno val' .' i "-a tl nurth wmtirly ISoOft .t 111 ft lo I I.. I K in' NW1 of CM. .this .''Ill lny of Mny. A P IKl'1. 152Itl'I.t

tl..n pan rt .brn.n N B' right I Itl..neo S :I l-'t ft to but --- -.- .28Une e 23 id Unknown ? -......____.. 0121 4\m''I' I..Stnrkt 28 4 'Z W. M Edward,, .. _.___. SO.61 I[ ,Kiiw: ,\ IIIIHI t
nnglrl in N line "r veld. forty I I lot I'll RE&: Wby100RN One lot 'loll ft K A W on N aide. I I tiiinrillnn for aid minor.IIIFiM .

E on ..1.1 line to pt of26 I Unknown !I A S fl in VorcoN of K'/S ofNW I A HI* ft on ii ml. A. 177 fl on 7 IIINKI'll
___ 801
...... _ __ 8 22 I I 'ft SE'i'! ,-__.,,,..28 6 22 Pun Bor* _____ 2187 W Hide A XII ft on U end bounded
A N' or NW", or Thno .\ In NW ror or N1\? orS N by "Fuller land W Iy|', W
or N1Y26 Unknown TOII1 A l C'I KKK9Prerlnrt
E 6' 6 7.G3
___ I 22 --- ----- \\ of NW'i .._ __ ..23 6 22 9 .
II. Unknown .___.____ 762 Ito of Sir JH A S by larva No. I. lawteyfl
Com tIt "IF. ; or NW I Com HI SW cur of Nlj of SW .ditch. A. i I': hy Tlhhn' at1 t 0.10 II I'liinef, I'l.rrk and) It A nianchanl. 161
\rI1R ft to I.t of I of NW' A run N :186 I ft K 0..lnl'.rli\V'', of NW/' ,_28 6 22 Unknown and. J. A. Howe In.
1. run _._n_..___._, S3B7 ,. II. C Poles ,
b.. lhrner II 210 n thence E 11drums 1601 ft to 'dad) of J.V.I Whit Ulk' R In ra: .klnn add! to Stark -!211! 6 82 4 Unknown : ._.. ._ __, 80.77 a pee tor*. .
h i
rt N 22r. rt W thin,., S :Ian ft W 608 ft to bee Lob 6 6 7 8 U in I II I 12 In I I'vrn; ..
210 .. Slnrke
1126 I Unknown 360devotes Ve. 2. (" )
------ ----- 8 Unknown I'r..llrt .rl
82 _
_._ 6
--4'j lima 28 22 ? 29 6 22
17 Frv --- -- --- lya add 1 to Rtnrku -- Unknown ...........__.._ 761 I T I I'. Wnll.' f lick and lay N.w..m.. T.
-tl ;
.r Lot U ( of lot C of lllk 1 .t- ; i 5
SK" nr NKr ; of NE". 60 Wut cud part I'urt of u H aero com S Wllll.iin nod (! II II. Instownjn.i .
NF.t4 .r NE'; I'E'"r NE"' I helnit 5."j ft N A S by 210 ft Nr cop or land formerly ownedhy I'rerlort) .No. 3. Hlaike (Huulh) .

& IOE'', .r NWI'. of 7.E'i' & 8 A0 ?Tn. J. E. Terry ------------ 4178NF"I f E A \\' ali.ii'I com at NW cor of 1 T W. .Sweat A. run E to Bline i J. I.. 1'ixk. ( ..rk end 'r. N Koml.le. ; ,
"r 8W". .r NE\. _-----27 2e. 20 L. C. De.ma.k 7.22Noy land owned hy J. O. Turner ont I of Si e 211 Ihinco R..n son J W. Rilwur.l and A W. A".I..n. I. ,
of RELI of NW'' __ __27 II ( hurry .'. & run N on thtrry I line 2'20 y.U thence W to SKeor .I..C'O.. .
lOr NWv .f RE'4' NI':1.: 20 1.nknown 1091of I tit. 6. a.. ft K: 210 ft to Church of land fort''mrly owned l.y Prerlnrt No. 1. Rrnh... .
5F.1 ------ -
SE" __ _--27 8 22 -- t>,. S on Church St. 62'Xt fl W I aid Sw.'at thence N to log In j' '
!8Wt1 nr ---- 10 Unknown I RI"IW.r I.....,. 'I..rk n.1 I John Rllr.nep.
--------- 1230 fh..I. y
.r NF's .__ .__.27 II 2 to bug Original Town of : K'j;' of Ht!:' . 20 6 22 .
RW' 4 Unknown Waail. Inup etora.
crawro.j 10.61 .. .. 16 in rtlli.y n. <
51"of I "w.j lOr SW''4 ------4 II 22 I'l'l!n kR. -- ------ 2.U Starko In NT.:' of SWi' _. 28 6 22 Unknown ____._____.. 87,.03 ,. lots I 12 A K'j:' of lot :3 I In Kl: --- -- I,0 1'rerlnrl 110.1 Nil. II, lli.mtitfin.Tt .

SW'; or BW' P85nts 8 22 I..,." (6. 7 n of lllk 1 Ton of cor of MC'l of NRi' 2'i' Be..a.2B 6 22 It. .
.r J.
of NF'4 Unknown __ .____._ 2101 JolitH. (Ink, and llnyne. ,4-
tvty 1 2 If II'.. of I.'.' 1. & all Sl.rke In NE' vf SW'4\ ____28 6 81 Unknown .. ___._____ 17.6H ','I All S of 6" ft N A W of cnmil ? Saxon and 1. 4* Keen.f Inanrton.I'rrrlnot .

Int P N'( "r I..t P all Into 11.01 1 A :1 I of lllk' 7 _. _.. 211 6 12 Unknown ._____ 14 tl parallel line to lake en whtrothere ) N... 6. There.aIt

16 17 10 t I 56 18 ro7 .0 6e. An I ono lot 25 ft N 'A" !S by 60 ft i wa n row of Oinnir, C IMI.iruer' "I"l'k end I'l W. Moor.

&. N'4 of Iota 6a U In WOO'I-' 42 150 ,V. P. Dorou,1t __________ 1434 h: & W In SE cur. of lot J of Ulk I IrueaA there the line to IM 10 Nial Y"o.hl.od mid A. I.. Sullivan, InIayaelorn \
2 8 17 orlirinnl Town of btarkeinNE' I II
I ft R of the. row of oraillff tn'sfa ,
8\.1 lawn of lot 22 all h.'. 21 2. 15A6 of b\Vi' .. J8 6 22 A. D. William ______ 24.41. I NWV' of NWi/ -10 acrmA I I' Prerlnrt No. 7, NVw Illverli

42 II U 46 E 3x 3-20 ft of 6 7 of lllk 17orlKlnal NI' of I 37 80 ap 41 6321 1JS Unknown .. 43.8 I ;o'r : W Kelliy CUrli, end I W .
-- (
22 -- -- ---- a
_ I Tout Stnrhe l In N ox 2 ni-rit In NW Soc. r..rPlW" in.spurtors. .
Wnn.llnwn :
In P Uenfrne and M. K Wltln! ,
III W'hyof I E1! of -------.0' 6 21 L. C. Powell ___________11987Unknown. 10 6 tt 1 |
Lot 20 A'4 ofA 138 Unknown ___.......__ 4' 17 : .
0" lot N .1.1" of Call St
110 III In W'oo.l on of VW I III 44'1' of MW'' ,
I..U 4. 40 nil 49 )'nknnwn 1444 j Pre.lnrt'o.. 1. Ranker
,town 2 R 22. 11'1 Unknown .. S 37TM 62"JftN&W: LySIRftN& A 'Rl(, : of SW A NWM I| J I 1) Hii.i.r. n. rk an.l C. Kelley R.
2e. -- ---- -? C' tIItJ; ,
Wnn"'own' __ ....29 8 boumltd by Jcferpon St. .. .!t'; of HW", of PIS .
al In 10 It. R Crawrord 8.37 T qtrwnil' and. Wnili. .
,, -- *
--- --- -- 110.1'.1.
k nllvlnt.PA I U W by loud& of Vida M.nS IA i/(. acre In UK cor of Btt'-i: -_ 11..1. 8-1 I.It.II.4KI .
3f&oW''Pnfp1M' II by Call St & K by Ulk 17Orlttlnal SWi/, ...81 8 II

of. lot 12 In Tuwn of Stark In C'mn "I, I. t rip, .: -i r Nl ...r nfSWl' 1"1 W. !M F.|*..|. _____.___. 8S.II I
110 20 S' 1Von'I-10 6 22 80 'Vt.w" P. Dorou9h> .--------- 15 02J''V'I NE' of SW': .28On 6 12 .___.__.______ 12.67 .n ru'R ('nNTK \croniS .
- of NKi' & run S 12'ichn ( -
nl..l! lbla|,l .tie. r..I..1. l hv the nonnt !
of I lot lot 20 ft N A S by no ftE W 6 I I.3 rhn N12'4'( ohn.R wil. .
1e. 1Y 'i2 15 Unknown 8.83F.tI of Ron.) Trunt.iK of Union County end, the
: ---------
'w: __ ... ,30 8 22 W in SE cor of lot 6 01IkI'A n 1 1.1 .1", t.. I.'g '' : .c.31 4 SIsa I nonrd nf Itnl I Truttce of Tlrailfor.l .j.
Oriu.nnl. Town of Stark 8 Unknown _.___.________ 8ti countfJointly
of lot 11 t A all lot IG In tVx47A 15 Unknown __.__.____._ 949Tnwn :: !' ': Unknown __________ 11.61. NK'' of 1 NW' box I uti-ix 1'2 1III\ US Unknown i I nl br .1.l ... nit. until 3 p. m on the .
8 II of SW .__,.-..28 6 n NW' of. SP'' ,,t Nt:' 12 d .-________ ___ ___ 17.HI .
IHth .f
day t. D and that
I 1028. at
of Lots 13 A fruel 1 lut 51 A II ex W 19 Unknown _______ .__ 491
Fm Fry! Four In RW of NRV -- h -
0 Boron eor
.r lot
[ors 1 2 k 10" limn PuhltIY opi, ru d I ro(the ciinHtrtiellonof
nil loba, 111' IA A 8'of \ ru ft <>r Ulk'I I Orminal Town tl Ml'*' com at SW rear A run liriih-r.. Ni. .. ,. J
Unknown 11 21 Rl point
lot 11 ",f 'nrk.' .. in NK1:', of SW' 28 6 21 ----- it imr r nt n 1
26 43 44 N 111 1-9 1 yd" Ihinr. f.ilK.it.
nil ,into 2'' where Noo, llrndford .
Int1 A 115 Unknown 88.11 > 1 II In County
Wnndlawn al I 22 --------- \V'j' of lot I of Ulk 25 Original ..rly :"ttt! yd. thence S IS 1-8 ceoa 1"0.1. Hir w,1 '

111 In 'lo---------- Town of Slarke In NE'of' 8WV yd. I In H line tif ned, forty. I thine .
17 15 r.1 lit 1': aIn 5 IInkn"wn n.n Unknown .._ ___ The work ineltnle, furnlnhlni-' all th.
Loin ___ 4.44E4oflot1&lot.
8 71: ------------- M 5 _? '
81 .
________ nl R A of
W"nwn., __' 40 Ira. ?!\\I..uJ Walnwright------ I 357at518 oft. ? "r o ncr< K'/4/( neceMnry IOIH, | lubor. ..qll.m'1, ati.1 I material

8:2 82n '
of ..2. II
WooII..n---al NEil, SR'/,
J.otA 56 6A 87 w.I'vn 64 .In ___ .81 5 :1 20 "nkMWft ------ 82.F.I 26 Oriu Town ___ .. _____.28 5 Consumer (,I... ('0. ..____. 81 flt W' ..t( NW of SK':' t.. Id..ot. Unknown h____.___ 0.01 I I .. neeminry.,. to eumplete laid brlilveIn
01, I I" "" with the 1.I.n. and
t 0" 4'1 8 22 8 Unknown -----.------- 3.37 Lot I of Ulk 27 Orlic' Town28 6 ail Con.umon Lbr Co .______ 84.31 8 04 | *pee CI
\Vn"lt"wn ._.__ 31 I 10 nrr..nl.1 .1' r| per-nne 12PI rntluni.' ,
{. .r lot 17 ._ _.___ 31 8 n to Unknown ---.-------- 8.28 Lot. 3 e of Ilk :.12 J. M. Johns .'!. *, of NKV;, of RW4t$2 6 tl 10 Unknown -' __________.___ 1101If ', i.ll fll. in the ntttm' of the Ch'l'k

lot 62 In WoodlBwn ._-_ ._____8t 8 It 20 Unknown ------------ 828 ., dltion to BUtrko in HB' of SW Ono lot of l and im ft >q 1 In HEeor 80 Unknown __.____. .____? .81 I6,4:10, '
Toot 24 In Won.lI.wn 11:2 Unknown ----.--------- 12.10T.un ''i . 28 6 U Unknown .___.__ ___ 4.14 .
_______ ? of NW n' SF. 6 22 .
tVod4wn-, Tarh bid mot l.e
24 11121n 27 I"%t .a2 II U 20 Unknown '..19E'I. I I.otO of Blk 1 e. N 10) ft I.ivinti. Com' at RW cor of PTWi of NE'4'12 Unknown __ _____._______ <41T.< 11 I l I fled. ehrek for 10 ,.B..um"nl.hy. amount a certl- r

Tots E'neaf' \V" '. ofF ton Truly A Co*. all) to SUrb A run N 2H4 ft 13 lin: ft S 261ft
of the .
''. or N1'o: : In W'j' of NE'> ._ _- ._.49 6 *2 Dan Bor. .__?_______?_ '.R2 W .1111' fl lo lu 12 5 n hid. and made pa.h. to 11. Chain \

& NRa for f .NEIrgFf!" BE'i98 s 12 un Unknown ------- '. .11SE' LoU 6 8 0 10 of Elk 11 Living( Two a bag lit SK: tor I V of W'A., of Unknown. ".__.________ .*I Ion nll.n.r county this a lloanl. it Ktiarant of I that. th' .of".**Un..

.ton Truby A Co. addition to NW'\ ..( Rr-:' A V Ito' .
8W'\\ of run y.N lid, .Milder
or NP"r: \ IIWIII< III J. n Parmrnl.r within .10 .x>nlecontract t
of NW' 0r RF'I1 : !i 10 Cnknown .: :_:..:::::: ngOI' Stark. | II:In A W'j 9'j' of of NK1 lot* ,2 .1.1.-_of 28Lot. 5 n O. L. Underbill _.____..____ 2..UIilk W 70 ,d. K. 140 yd. E 70 yd. to wi,1. n ioo.1 l doY" aurrefint
36 l.ff. nlnu I 110 y.l. N of SK: .
cent bond for
of NW'' of SW' a um Ki'ml,' 1', thu amount of th.
Fu.' or NW' or 1'1'1'' ':", of IIWIi! U: Llvlmuton Truby ACo. -... ,r W' .,f NW'' .,f SK' contract for the faithful performance ifth
} : addition to Stark In
nr !'O'' ':' "rflW' W. run N 27 ft W 18 ft M 27 ft eontrnet.The .
lOr NF-'i "
Nw'i of .
NK't .it 8 aa
& Fo'' of 8W", of SE'i15 10 Unknown 14.00J.o' I 01 12 of Rlk ILI van".I on TrubyA Unknown .......---- II..U'o q F: 'I" f :"' :1011; 12 I" 2 Unknown --- 11.11 iltflit la reierved. to rejict any or
... RI12 --- -- ---- ; tier ,. In Rlj' ; .f NWi of SF! nil bldi.

nf NW'4 ., ." nrn'. p.rt.vllle.mhHa. ( 0. ad.ldilion to Starkein Wtote '/0 I hN 1 ni-r.n. 12 6 It 8 Unknown .... 'I\\2 S M \TTffEW8
21 _
14 ; of NE'i of __ 28 0 n 1.
of NW ---- --- Unknown of I Iof llv r err,- 1J 8'2 :: ::::
In.I'. : of NF' NP.4: 1. Unknown 1.82 t 3 n 7 M a nto 11 of Dlk ITLlvlnintun ------ ---? MIIxR'1 AF'7 A nrmlfoH County Hank l 1.10 Chairman.
U Tp II A 11 22 E ___._.___ --- 1 2 I of Illl I f. neulnrily C. A. FUTC1I.Peeretary .
/ Arc Truly A. Co addition

In PI'.r !SK' W "r Hv a2 1U\
ints I" 21'1 Peetovllln nmbnclnS in W/ of NE' .28 8 :1: T'nknown .------------ <411< I II 4.16.644.11
"f NP:%. &. SFof: \ NWV, oN'I Lot 8"1JS Unknown .........._____ 14.41 I |1"r' rot H t Ine., ,In. ( .ily, In
\ ___________ 111 Unknown .... 911 10 of lllk M Llvlnimtun i 8' HBV, .. S2 6 22 NOTICE TO lirilTOeUI: AM CREDI-
8 S R 22 E -- 1/ rYJnI -- -- Unknown ____.._____ 411t
Sect 39 Tn Truby A Co* addition I to Stark -l
II .40 Unknown .. .1-17 Lot lllk 7 City I In Soyof
.______._____._. I ----- 1 I"1 TONS
All In Wlj of NE'I 28 a 22
'. "f tiPtiA ---- :----- D." COM __ 14 IQ( REV' W ofKy .- -- .- ..-.12 5 21 Noll. i. I. h.r .y yarn that all anillton..
!iF."r\ NFW''., Lot 7 of lllk 26 I.lvlnu.lon, Truby Unknown _...________ .1"T .
Lam 1 I of Stilt 16 Lincoln City r.eiiati.i. fil.tr ,i.utem and all ha .
fN penon "
E"' of SWl addition to arku In W'i' of ... '
F.' ; f W 5.NE' In S'/' "ftIJF.' 'wh..r SRYt'NWSI < 22 Unknown ,. ._ __... __ 411 I II ln" Dlalnni, .,'nln.. the r..I. of W !M
28 6 22
WI. ? .
NW'" of IIF.'NW'o4 o4 __._ .__ :2 8 22 1:0 VnknoT. -------.--.10.11W' Lou. 12-J"of- Dlk---27- -Llvinuiton- ---;- Ca Cure. ____ IM I Be.* .. n .-,"' Tfnrrcll I sbcs n-svl 1, are hunby rvqu nil l toicmnt y
of S
SWV of A
NWIl eor NWi' ran ( th. >nm .r IIW'. or & The Am. AIr! Cltam Co.91.07 Truly A rn a.MIttn.. Burke .*.._ 6-10 ehn B in d. ,...
.____ ___ ::1 8 n en 4fs2 _5taa 10 B to the County Ju.l** of llrndforil County
of. RN'141v 'I. ::=: : In WH' of NEVI 2) 5 22
of.F.I9of \ ',; :! 8 22 10 Unknown ------ 8.81 I Lot 8 7 of ------ -;- Unknown ...__.____.__ 7.pq, r.nlrr nf Ry thenk N on Ry 'lo.Ila.,1., ." ono' y.ir or thi. notte
I :: ;" & :, r NF.W-,, Blk 29 LlvlninUjnTrul.y .. I ] 10 u.inn rhnx 'thene W 10 de-. .. .I in hue Ih..... tend all p.r.I .
NE' N1 A Con nddltion to Stark '
N 0-10 run to lieH .13S" / ta .
NW'ti of NW tt Unknown _____________. 1.i7: .nl 11.I.bt'.1 In laid ei'ate are
SK' "r N\VI. & In I W'j of NB'i -----------2* 6 n .rcr';: I n.I.I.
n. Am. .Api. Ch.m Co 11883 I NW' of NWiaim I hogY .
SW'a 8 n no -- ; Dan Dora.-.________. 11,SI pay tit (I. nan,.1! debt forthwith.
i L
or Hlk I
SWI'4 F.'i!, RV, or AE'tof n..u"n:; 12 Llvlnir.ton' Truly ::: .....&kl._ ...'I..... 111 |I''ne ld ft W of Ry A run and niifoul Ailmlnlilrairl'
"r AW' .
8 6 42Swie to Btark In W<4 ..fSf R 15 dig r.." W L'-i 6 ft Hi nr W Thi 'lie, IVttl t.y nl Apr 1**8
I. 4
-n k
!lV-o -- ------------ I of
It'I. sN t W linn .
vrs ? ItM.AIf IT
3 S 23 40 Cnknown: H nnNVj : i 28 t tt Unknown ____ 11.21Lota 4e MIRET.
__ --- ----- --- Un
or SEtk S'! of SW AilmlnUtratrlx.
'h.nco N l/j NW cor
2 i or t-4'-, of Blk 8 Livln*.
of NE'4' N14 of NW"

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Bradford County Deecripllun' 8... T. R. A. Owner A C.....
Telergapl St. Petersburg will have another tion of Florida the pebble phoa-
FLORIDAWeekly i 25 Unknown .-------.---- 18.88
$100,000) theatre (I'hate district tho once dispiscd| Vi of NWVi thence E to b"11.33 8 22

ESTABLISHED: IN 1879! SI.00,000 I () to be spent in 1mHAementf phosphate pools have developed Into 8 A W I In of KW Ily cur- of.SWVt of-.NWVl 33 8 S2 8 Unknown ..___..___.____ 7.02

I of harbor at Miami. ono of the greatest blessings i in I '' Dm 674 (t E ut SVt cur of NWW

IJubHshedYeeJ.Ir on Fridas and Entered u.s: Second CI.i.s: !ndustria1Revtew Lights and, buoys to be placed in the territory. They are the old pits> of K SW ft,. thence thtllto N N 17,J'j',. deurtM devriMK .

Matter at the 1'ost: Office ul Starke: Florida Mirnsotn bay. from which tho phosphate has been L'i i W GUI ft to Ky right of way
I thence S Hi ft.I .
parvllvl with Ky
Bids opei hone S 71j druii'K C 101
G. C. Sweat ___.____..____ s.eo
lid throe from IK Leon Springs tifl. 'alias! avenue, Tarpon Springs. water atl.t>rIVards. Now they literally ft to btK-it auree _33 8 24 8
1:. S. Matthews-Owner and 1'ublisheJ. | Lots.I 2 of Ulk I J h M. Johns sub 2 l'nknown ..____ __.___. 414
> nd. teem with fish and disciples I III of Nt'i >i .!I3 6 ."2 h
C. Robinson I' __ 10 Unknown ------------. 1061
Man.iginjr Edith Avon Park-Tho blgcst recrea of Izaak Walton hKVi of NW, of NW 4 n .uS4 8 24
in these
parts are I _____.__ S.88I
10,0(10) ( new graJo school under S'u;' of NW 4' At N\V >. uf z"E\3d'\ > 6 24 120 Unknown 00"
,nisu'uction folk City. tion rpot In tho Scienic Highlands in their glory .si- ', of NW4? .' ./ 2Nb.4 7 22 40 Unknown .______.____ 1291
nt _.___.__
C'ulrm.n 8.70
I j..tI 10 W. W.
uf of 8 7 X4
HLJHSl'Jm'TIO KATE bixli'vn Mary million dollar Win. !became possible today when the /OoE"/ ', of bb'4' s Nb'/4.-_. 4 7 24 40 Unknown: __________.____ 14.00
___ __._.____
ity of Avon Park, through the r--- S\V'/4 of 4 7 44 40 Unknown
Yearly, 1.0; ; Six Months, 73c-I'ujnble in Advance lu! hotel being erected Jackson. Avon Park chamber of commerce W'. ut NWV4 Nfc./4 of-5W',. ________ 4NWV4 7 24 SO Unknown .___.____.__._____ 722
10 Unknown 88
villa Consider now ordering FertiliiT of SE'4: of NE''. 4 7 24 --- --- -- ----
AdlcrthJng! ; flutes: on ApplicationThe purchased Skipper's Point, with a W, of NEW 4 of NU>4 NW',4
Million dollar bond Issue voted on mile frontage on Luke Loetla in the for Hummer application of Nfe.x4! It:r 6 sores ,n"'N cur 5 7 24 (4 Unknown ----------------1.07
fur Uiu'Iu It E of I'.W' cur of .N\VV..
inoKquito control at West 1'ulm heart of tho! city. Thj tracts form- "SIMON: I'VUEND GEMCIlKt'S of NE>,., & run S 210 ft K 4JU
interstate vomnu-rev <.''>mnii..iou has ordered un investigation Beach.: i rly owned by the Avon Park BRANDS"Time ft N 2lu It W 4JU ft to bus-- BS'a 7 21 2 Milos Robinson ______-___. 8.44

on I'ruglil M r\'KC n.iil; rait 'on --tr.i\\ IJCIT.ViKpinciiln: Permit issued for widening ihe (I'ountry Club, was purchased from Tried and TestedAm. '<.f of NWV St. &of toWi NW,, ->4 A SWS4 8 7 22: 210 Unknown ___???_ 82.0S
Uri Crop N"* of ill"t Wl'.. .. 8 7 24 46 W. M. Cdwardi .__u_____ 1608
out of southcaMcin "tate". indudintf: Florida. Florida's straw handy llu across Tiiinpu Lay, a New York syndicate: Ma uf ,:,t"t\ IIWI',. 7 7 24 20 Unknown _____?___.__ 721
has bix-n at cost of $000,000.Cuntruct : Fit APA EI.J' 8f Ii"C' MiV. 7 7 ii 20 Unknown ..._________.._ 670
berry industry severely handicapped by reason ol : let at $27,000 for the Fort Pierce-A single grapefruittree Simon 1'ur No.1. 12 S bh./4. of NE''. -----------------9- 7 21 40 Unknown ..____..______ 12.81
the fact that the have agreed to this state SE'.4 of Mi 1,4 & NW1/, of S&1.&SE'i !.
minors never give erection of bridge over Mullet in a l"i: year old grove ownedby Gem Fruit and Vino S 10 6 '. of bliVi _...10 7 22 120 Unknown ....___.______.. 88.282S.44
similar express) refrigerator car -er\icu to that accorded! to truck. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hackney of Gem Curs. 4-U-6 t 12 9 "SL4' \<0 of NW,4( _Id 7 21 40 Unknown ...___________
Sw14 of NW''I.,. _.___1* 7',20 4J A. J. Griffia. __.__..__12.81
the growers of Louisiana. The strawberry growers of Starke, Work uUrteJ on new Morosco Fort I'ierco produced 36 boxes of Citrus SiH-ciiil 2-10-10 2 10 10 EVi of Nt.1: ,* &NWW.ofNE14!
fruit whi h sold for $7 box giving Fruit & Vlnc B O.Nh.1,4 W y< & WVj of S:
one of Florida's important) producing sections several years theatre, Tampa.Clydo a W', 4, ;:/'IoNu" bEVt 16 7 22 820 Unknown ......._._101.01
: Steamship Company will a cash return to the growersof percent Special S 6 6 lieu 2111 ft k. of bW cor of SEii\
ago made an unsuccessful,; attempt to get the interstate com- ,, spend' $100,001)) on J he Jacksonville $202, according to records made CitrUH Special 4-9-9 t 8 8 of M-'H b.'a IU & run N 87ti ft
E 104 ft S: 87* ft W 104 ft to
merce commission to order the establishment: of such ervice.I'Jorida'b terminals. public by Mrs. Hackney today. Tho Grin Uranicu tree 4 8 6 beg -ItLota 7 24 A. A. Futch ___.________ 18.117
14 15 uf Dlk 14 In Hampton. 7 24 Unknown _____.________
strawberry industry i is: large enough to merit car- i Bridge to bo erected across Es- tree is believed to have established Gum; liinirino (14 12M nit K'n:!' of SW',4 of NWV. Nb II."

and the interstate 1 caml.>,m river.Construction. a new production mark for the Indian Get new price list, order early of NW'/. of SW4 I. _________..20 7 22 40 J. H. Saxon ____._____ lI.n
load refrigerated express service com- River district. N', of bb>4 ex 2 A in SW cor.-lil 7 24 78 Unknown .___.______ 25.44
it I : started on new Quality first, fair prices and Lot :H Sub Uw of SW,4( of \VW-20 7 44 4 J. H Saxon ___.____ 4.ID
merce commission: should order the railroad to provide 1 bridge over Atlantic Coast Line prompt shipment, 35 years W'.. of NW'i ofW'4 _____...ilNCW 7 22 20 ' 4k EM:\!, of NW y 4k 84j\ -22 7 24 lAG Unknown ..___.__.___111.21
without delay.-Florida Grower.; railroad at Mt. Dura. manufacturing fertilizer for All __ 211 7 24 643 Unknown.. __ _.__.___..14801
OV$11,000,000" to bo expendedby Florida growers Cash with All i. ri""iii"i"___iiiN'j 7 24 649fa Unknown ___________148.8a
o -- of NW/4 _-_24NU j 24 Unknown _,.__.__.____ 288.
Martin county on improvements) D order discounts 13 per cent. V4. of NEK _.24 7 U 40 J. F. Hooter uu____._.__.._ 11.80
THE STARKU "KID" ,. 1020: :! 6 ....., in a eq in NU our oftK'4
: UI'IIIg'' K. I). Painter Fertiliser: Co., "f. M.I;' .-....i6 7 84 8 Unknown ..._____________ 88T
U oi'k started on new GOI'rie1J1'ldgu S\V'ofoW' .-26 7 24 40 Unknown ...____.________ 11.00
No better boys can be found anywhere than in Starko- They Apuluclncolu. JachtiontiHf, Duval C. ., Kl.i." Si::' ?I SKi.' .._.______.j, 7 24 49 Unknown -_ ________.._____ 11.80
ut c === .N'a' i.f NK; At *\V'>,4 of M&W
arc polite) and well bred few use bad language, and if a couple !New lUO-room hotel to be built & K'y' of .NW ,4 &N41 }\. ut
/NW ',- .27 7 22 240 Unknown _______._____ 60.73
) 01 them/ comes: to fisticuffs they arc quickly brought to at CU'i'inoiit.: ; NW'. ulOoW/ .29 7 24 40 Jenilo B. Larsen _._____. ie.07
Contract let fur installing white T n.\" rn.iAGn\ TK\RS. /NEW" \, of KV4 ex 14 acreii :d of
termby their playmates. They are honest and truthful and \ public rood __.-.__.....29SV',4 7 22 20 Jiiile D. Larsen .__._____ 0 4t
school each v'uyjsuin in Alken Park subdi. r>r. \\- f* Ilountrco, Toiarkann, Tex. I of "W', --------------2,1 7 24 40 Unknown .____.__.___.. 12.08
of the terms
-o industrious: that on the cessation :: isuiii St. Augustine. l-lve A in 1\1: cur of IvWVi' of
kind. v in Pear I'octor1: :.w W& ___________..___411 7 22 5 Unknown _____.__u____ II).IS
boy will run his: legs off iu quest of a job of some They Work started on construction of I had Pellagra 11 )'PO r.. I was nervous Cum; ltd; }d.i. E of NW cor of NJ::

trustworthy delivery boys and often salesmen, and new intfiuiban\ lino between Tampa hail Kt. ( mu-h (roiitilo.. shortness \'4 uf NLJ/4" \ At run E ,b:: !-J yd.
make rot breath, onBlly tlrr> when a regular job cannot be had a boy will shine shoes, pick and St. 1'etcrsburif. had swimming In the hind,, cllralnew, ,.1. U> bra ..______________..JO 7 24Luia W. E. Hutehlnoon ._______ l.tt
Jy 4n in MuCulla add toHamilton.
berries or do anything required within his ability. A boy Cleat-water chamber of commerce burning' fast pains In the hack" andnli'iuMcni . ..____________30 7 22 Unknown .. ___.__.____. IS.25
lu expend $30,000; in advertisingcampaign. numbness In the II>BB. ron. Lou 6 6 7 a of Silk 11 in llamp-

whose:; parents are well olf is: as: eager to be useful and earn a Get Rid ofRoaches rtlpntlon, burning fwt wr mouth ,I ton .__?__..._...____40 7 22 Unknown ____.__,__.-., 10.1S
) rush. the hands, and arms roscmbF.Intr N\V '/4 of bJ4' .._.._._____..40 7 24S 40 Unknown 12 81
little }pocket money as the poorest ; and the parents have the :Now; $1,100,000 community hotel sunburn on burning and Itchlni >fj ol liE'. ul SB1'! ___-____....JO 7 446b.4 20 Unknown .-. .______.____. 970
\ of NWV* dt 2-4u of SNA* 4 A .311 7 44I. 120 Unknown ______._.___ 57.05
good sense; to encourage him and teach him that no work, is a under construction at Kurt Myers. hln, yellow nkln. on tho .1.Io'A. of the '. -r. Mi'4 1 of W"t' & Noy
$.,.idOOOO' hotel to be erected at neck and was very Hcnidttve to sunhalt I of SWV: .* oi SW/4 dt 11\\ }t. of
disgrace as long as it is honest. They crawl up water pipe and througherack I took all tho treatments I [I bit>'/. .....__..___.....30 7 22 SI Hampton Tie Timber Co. ____ 2404
Orlando .-but you cnn snip them forever.B N'i ul :NE',4' -.___ill 7 ti. 80 Unknown .............__
could find being ninny klndu--IlyI 25.44
traits of the 1 /
Besides these fine character physically boys! Brand Inject Powder will kill every
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i M-,1, nf ah ,, & W'j of SW'3IXV 7 22
Florida Power & Co. tu' 120
Light ..... into Hampton Tie Timber Co. _. 8703
Sprinkle blow it ,, but I norpllet
or everyCrt and Internal trot
and at of kinds. all around \* of NW W of NW',4 ______..3.S'j 7 24 20 Unknown .__..........__ 175
and healthy proficient sports vtc your
are strong many build $11,000,000: blunt here. treatment '
kitchrn and pantry. It'. until I bcBun your of !S\V, of SW".1! : 7 21 20 Hampton Tie A Timber Co.. S75
boy swim like a fish all can ride the bicycle, many Silo chosen for new city hall and [ harmleae" to mankind. du F-eby 4th. 19!(fl. I have gained fifteen I btt'i; of sW i at '';Wu.- il.; .._aa 7 21 CO Hampton TI. A Timber Co. = 25.44
can \ m...... .nim.... birtJa and pets pounds and feel |.erfnctlv well NE&! of /Ms'''i n.31 7 2J 40 Unknown ............__ 11.<0
can; drive automobiles and almost everyone is u good! marks- municipal auditorium. at West _f of all I......., but death to In and work day Ia NW',. of bW(4( J___.____.___34 7 21 40 Unknown .........._, l1.tO
Talon Ueach. roaches. every. way every | N210 ft of Mi'/4' of SE',4' -34 7 21 6 Unknown .__.....__...._. 90SII
It air; kill. An'". Fin.. in urge n" who are siifferlnBt set of SWV4\ >4NW'4 124
man. :Many grown people are struck by the intelligenceof y ---< 40 Hamilton Tie A Timber Co. ,._ .00
Lids: opened/ for construction of D. |Bug Flu-a.. oL-"ow't'J: :: : 'h,,"" > symptoms to write youf of NWV. ..-JBI 7 24 40 Unknown _____________, 11.90
the boys while viewing the moving pictures for the keen ledri! l aid road from Leesburu to DURI.many other H boon and garden inwcta.Oft < 'lYre PW4trlosis. I Cum; at a |>t 314 'ft S of NU corof
of : S loll
perception of the "kids" at once discern subtle features that :Mt. /Dora. al your Dee grocer'Brand. 0,in dniRfii ted iltina'a. Houarho.ili lop cane ll.irk T. \Wk. Compass Lake, Flu. I ft to SW.4 SB: cor NW',4 of uiU, forty run thence

Furniture ,.., Mte and 2*>c. OUnir ...... SOn and ', \V 4i>l'/-j ft to !liy rlulit of way
grown-ups only find out later. The boys like the picture Iicklo Company rebuilding $1 100. Puller Run, lOc. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION I thence N on right of way QJaVtl
storage warehouse at 1'al- If your dealer rang" ,./., ft thence Nt U6l 1'1., ft to ft
shows! and as these are of the red-blooded and instructivekind unu. .,"01 u. Jc /y AirtfehouithutJ %|nIl the power vested In them by the I of be* -J&WV 7 22 10 Unknown _._.__?___ 1085a
metto. .it*. Give di'ivlrr i\\) htaf Fluriiln the btmrd ot publlo In. \. of S\V(4'( of NW'/i ____.___3d 7 24 20 C. L. Hllllard ---___________ 17
the parents do not object but rather consider the entertainments and ak for fme book. '.
Palmetto will spend one million name l lructinn of Drailford county call an 'All S'-j' of NWiM of Nl W li
in the light of supplementary education. for let.killing It Kill.hour Them.and a.m.ie guden It-cllon to Ixt held Saturday, July thud to of Hy .-.__ 2 8 22 14 Unknown ............... ass
dollars paving streets of city. ....... Starke is the best, place imaginable to rear children in, but Contract let ut $70,331)) for construction Co. strict ahull be contmliilnted with eau, & bb' of NW',4 .--- iOb' a u 48 II. E. & Shellle O. Moon .... 15.0
& .BaJUmorfu Stark Mpt-ctal lax district elect thrctiuMtHti '+ of //OoE',. <& \Sa' of Mi); -4
hitherto the boys after finishing school, have in many cases: of Engineering) building and determine the millaire to b.a.eered. & NK'.4' of N\Vlt & M-j\ of bbi4 :
at University of Florida. Election for Kelly to b* held tKtllty >/ it tjI,. of SK1:'", --.--.-- 3 8 82 2B2 Hampton TI. A Timber Co. .. d.60
been compelled to go elsewhere; to find occupation. It is the achooi boom and for Stark at W (a of N\V \, & NW 1/4 of bVV .... 0 8 21 120 Unknown .____..__?._ 27.01
Seaboard Air Lino railway will city liall.Manntrrn. E'. of SEt, of SWU\ __ 8NKV 8 22
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earnest desire! of our citizens to cause the establishment of build li"o along St. Lucia canal. for Kelley : J, L. Underhlllllritt ." ; of NI::',, -.- 8 8 21 40 Unknown ..______....__. 11.00
Alvorei and Bill ..lohtmon.Maqntfor L.I.-J: of NE'; of NWVi\ Eh\ of
new industries here so that our boys will not be compelled to Contract awarded for erection of for Stsrke A. H. Johns A. W. b'.j; of b\V!M 8 8 22 eo Unknown ............. 18.98
two school buildings at Palm View \nJirrnon and C. A. f'titrh E'-j of W'" of SE1; of Sli": .___ 8 8 21 10 Unknown ........_..... 8.81
go elsewhere to find work. L. W. KICK LITER Nt'l' & 1101; Nb'/4' of NWU: '
and Frog Creek. Chairman I III I ex 6 A in SW cor & NWV!, of
R. WIGGINS 6 A in 3E 4 W
-0 2.-in.nflll y:__;_.__ bond issue voted_ _n_ hv _St.n Secretary. 8-11-4U7-2 NWd Ut of! ex WofNWs&SVof cur

FROM TilE VEGETABLE KINGDOM: Augustine for school improve SEV4' of NWW &NE4 wfo
[I /NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION !I of NWV4 ex 2H A I In _.II 8 22 259 Alderman A Fnteh ...___?- 7250
ments. All SWi.4' of.SWV.. B of Ity 8 A-U 8 21a Unknown ................... 1.70
The century plant is so named because it blooms only once I Dids! opened for grading munIci- ny the power vested In them by the All, NEV4 of 5E4 N of Ky-1Jyt -
law. of Florida the board of public Instruction A ... !(4 A In Se cor with
in a century according to popular belief. The truth is that I pal airport In Jacksonville. of Bradford county Florida, calla store home *. sly of SEVi
Work started In Okeechobee an election. to be held at Wood lawn school, 'Iho. I of SE I.i .18EM 21 84 Unknown _______.____.. 14.45
it blooms only once then dies. It is a plant of the aloe family j paving 1 1j .... to determine whether or not vea of bEV4! *. SWVi! of SEVi_._-14Wlj 8 22 120 Hampton T1. A Timber Co. .. 28.9t
and widening Parrott avenue tiona 19. 20. 29. 80 shall b. created into of SW',4' -..16 8 21 80 Hampton Ti,. A Timber Co... 18.0
and of exceeding slow growth, requiring from ten to thirty from city limits southward to Con .: a special tax school district, elect three All ex WV4 of SWVi! .______.....18 8 21a B80 Unknown ?_.,..-._128.8
to mature. Such have bloomed in Starke truitcea" and determine the mill... to be 1.0'.12 3 4 & SWV4 of NE');'',._-.21 8 U 238 Unknown _.-...-.--.._ 5.M
years plants at nors Highway. a.iiPB.ed. Election to be held July third NE4! of NE4'! *. EM of NWVi
times and have excited much interest. Just is in bonds issued for constructing -------j 1928. of :NEV4 ___._._.__..__23 na eo Unknown ______.___ H.7T
now one $10,000 .1 Manaicer. J. 8. Norman. Middleton oSVo 1 j of NW", _23 12 40 Unknown .__ _____.- 11.47
bloom at Mr. Feeler's place (known as the Ileinoehl place) white way in Apalachicola r Rosier and Jerry Norman. NE'u of NE',, of NEVi -.__24 8 22 10 Unknown ____ '.n
L. W. KICLITER w4y of SE'i' of NWV -25 a 22 21) Unknown -----j..______ .75
The flower stalk is straight and smooth, shooting up to a business section. Chairman. Lot. 4 5 of WU, of NW'4' _...2S 8 22 80 Unknown ...... ______ 25.44
Winter Park Herald plant to bo I H. B. WIGGINS W 12 A of SWVi' of NEVi -26 8 22 12 Unknown ..__.. 4 20St.
height of about 12 feet. This plant has been seen on the place enlarged. TO PLAYBanjo I II Secrotary. 9-11-41-7-2. LoU 2 8 ... ................. 1 9 22 lee Unknown ....____._ 9

ever since the ground first broken in the 1\1111' -- .
early 80's
$125,000;; Mandalay Beach Club --- - --- -- -
is well worth seeing. Casino under construction at Clear. I
" L'kelclo, Hawaiian Guitar or
The Kelsey plum has not been grown here to any extent, wntcr.Work. Piano
under way on Santa Rosa
but from samples now to be seen in Starke it is evident that county's new courthouse, costing i !

more attention should be given it. The tree is a rapid grower 137000. I Sweeping 1 .

and does not seem to be troubled by disease or parasites. A Construction started, on runway Mr. Pasco Roberts, of Jacksonville i
tree of this kind on the Elmer Lazone place in Wynn's addition I at St. Augustine beach. College of Music

is so full of fruit till any more could hardly find place ; 10.1.Melbourne streets being repair- I will hold classes every Friday -' Price Reductions i

and notwithstanding the dry weather no fruit has fallen from I I 1 Contract awarded at J12S.OOO;; for in Starke.

it except that shaken off by the winds. now grammar school building at I .-

Several I other trees in Starke and nearby: territory are so 1 Dado City.

loaded with choice fruit that the branches must be proppedup Permit issued for construction of For Information HUDSONESSEX
$200,000 addition to Uartow court.
to keep them from breaking. Kelsey plums are deliciousand house. ,!

always find a good market. They should be extensively Tampa Armature Works to conIFNT ,4 Write Mr. Roberts, care of ,
grown here. I Jacksonville College of Mu.1 I II

The American magazine speaking of the work of a plant I sic. 127 W. Adams Street. I It ia Effective June Nine I j

wizard at Homestead says: t iI i
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The United States could also keep some of its moneyat WORD I

home by growing lemon grass In south Florida. Mr. U 'f------' ---) New Low Prices

Johnston has found that it will grow in the pine land and COLUMN

on the higher glade land. Lemon grass contains the FOR S.\LF.-At Kingsley lake, IWe "
basis for perfumes and Mr. Johnston believes that every largo, shaded lot on north side, ESSEX 6" COACH 735

beautiful .
close to new highway; .
pound of the 20000.000 worth shipped to America from ,
... lake front. Mrs. S. F. Hamrick,
India each year could be grown at home. 1t'MADAME wish to extend a hearty HUDSON COACH :
So the lemon grass will grow In South Florida ? Yes and '- welcome to all our friends :
LUCIE has removed to and to all of
hope see you
it will grow here, also, as well as anywhere. Years ago it wa
Church street opposite Episcopal :Jut to our now place of bus!, Hudson Brougham -
found in almost every yard and was often used for tea, which church. Marcel waving, massaginir ness on the highway north of 1,395 '

sweetened, tasted like hot lemonade. It was in such a com- eye brow perfecting, mans Starke. We have put in a 'I :1

mon use as to be known as "tea" while the tea of commerce curing. It. complete line of Hudson 7Pass. Sedan 1,550

was designated as "store tea." For colds lemon grass tea was -- Gene'al -Merchandise

excellent for when made strong it produced perspiration. The 1

only lemon grass still to be found in this section, that we 0I aFresh I PeachesFresh with Lunch and All Prices F. O. B. Detroit Plus Government Tax '.

know of grows in the yard of Mrs. M. L. Sasse on the north

side of Kingsley lake. Georgia Peaches $2.50 GASOLINE STATION The Above Prices Include Following -

The grass resembles broom sage and when bruised has a per bushel crate. Now .hip- Equipment:
and Elbrrtas. Wishing/ you all good health!
strong lemon scent. It is propagated from roots, and once ping Special Carmons prices on largo lot. and! success in all your un- Bumpers, Front and Rear; Automatic Windshield Cleaner

planted needs no further care for years to come though if I lertakings be sure and come Rear View Mirror; Transmission Lock Built In; Radiator

planted for commercial purposes it would need both cultiva- HARVEY BROKERAGE I to see u.. Shutter*; Motometer; Combination Stop and Tail Light.

tion and fertilizing. The present awakening to our resources CO. Sterl and Ruth Y. Courtney I

may bring the grass into prominence. If so, it will grow well 1. Atlanta, Qtorgla STARKE FLORIDA E. H. SMITH Starke Fla.BRADFORD

here and prove a safe crop. I i ... "., I '.. ... .

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The>< Great Northern> I Florida Truck Farming Country; ., '

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neatness to larger markets with ready railway and improved ,11w l "ti'"v t 't'r F try 'e, j r "'; r \
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agricultural section of I Bra<1rord county it follows that Starke ; ,
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s R i i. tbi comity site! of Bradford county, ,. ,

IN TERRJTOQ e old town of considerable, wo ,ill It. and one' of I Ih(; best t '

0- I towns in Florida: for those :seeking perfect) health condition -
STARKC TKAIUNfJ: ; ) ; AMI SHU'l'IVi: ( ( 'ENf1: I TOKi: t t -!, a larger! :and freer life, and an: environment( of almost I '

NO\V AI.ItEADY "''1:1.1: nvr l t Ml ri' J) AM: ) I'OTKN-;: i I'hou, ..andv of Vcrc- .' I in I ; alluriiiur attraction. Its shaded streets beautiful

TIALY CIJE\T; umrrrnrcAi.; ( MISTRKT. IM.KAS- ; For Cull l\"It ion. i residences: n social, l'I.fill'llInd! educated class of prop1! .
combine in the utmost inducement' to the salaried "man(I
run; AND I IIE.\ 1fli )mson'OTIIEU; : : : : ; 1 INDIMKMEXT. )( ( ):- -- t the' homo-seeker, the imestor. Aside from thi.:11'1.: : : !., .

: : In Ift,1II portn" ,n of Coluntbll0untc ,, 7)) *>. v"* t
.' h'I ra. pekeIt l heats of good :schools: churches, fraternal organi/\ i !
-- i nc...,I'it'll. IMVliy Mill I V1" *>' ;*,*iSsai'IIKAU1 |$ t 1 lions and civic clubs for both men :and women.Situated I ,
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The early history of Stnrkc dates to 1851; when what is Siren the nnllic 01. :X.; .W Unt-r r"u.- }> 1 on a plateau l.V; ) fret above the sea level

ty; later, in l 16tJ.() the noitliwisti'iiii \ 1 'r a 1 M arla'\ ivci'ives, the\ full benfit of the cooling\ bree/.'- I
now the Seaboard Air Line Uaihvay( early const ruction work( '
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| of :Now Itivcr" piiunty was Nev- .-- ii J, _. __. _,_ J 1 I rom both the Atlantic I Ocean and the (:toll (of/ Moxic '
had reached the locality now known as Starke. eredforminl, :;: the. county nt Bakt-r, !tempering the atmospheiv bot, n :summer and wmlei,. t

The early hardy pioneers who came to this country at :/nnd the balance nf :New River county "( >Kl I' < (01)NTY: OCCIIUS; ; Sl'KCIAI.( .I"I1Uc.1'I0\--. (): :- I The annual: mean temperatuiv i i.s given by the (:Juvernment t

that time soon recognized! the fact that here would be the was called Briulfoid.. I In 1-:>:-l!'lH TO KOMI\ : : rrori.KN\ ;; ; ; ) nn loruisisITS : TlIIt'lll; i station in Starke a.s: 71 degrees. Its location:I*- ,

special net of tho legislature cutaway ( [ I ,stiri's a freedom I front insects: generally found in I thlnw >
ideal location for townsite and : SVsTIIM:: 01( (liOOI( < ) l IIOADS.( ]):
( ( a nw in prospect the great
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the wcsUrn )purl i>f Itrmlfoi'lto l t swampy sections of the country.Starke .
future agricultural! country that this was destined to be. ''t, form the new court v of>, 1'iiion sTHKi'i'ii: I (or r.vviMiNT:: : irTwiiI.AWTKV; : ; : AND: ) in, eoi.eeted. with the main towns of thi : ,

A-* early as 1870 a settlement had already sprung i> 11)1] and! j js As it ftnmls 1."la V. Bradt''ld| i I hI ST\KKI: "county by hard surfaced: hi)rhwI\'s.: while graded/ lateral f 1(

\ bile lit that time! Stake consisted; of only a few cheap rusty un' area of :U72ini.tro! ', ; in Ic". >'r, -- -- .. _.. .-- t roads connect 1'\ 1'1'\. "settlement with the towns. I In ad I I
huts | 172,4!+0 acres of linnl., ;--;licliil.;' I I. dip iOIl to I the ease/ of county communication I there ar- I
that housed! ) dwellers and buine enterprises it .
s was
than j 10 per, if.it of. I lie 1..1., -MI., ...,,..1' I three state highways coming", to a .junction in :Stuck";
iK'Vi rtholi-ss the forerunner of the making of a city. nblc, for cultivation, i. non IM "i. /! ( one built'! the seeond, in rour-'e "oll.II'IICtioli and .1 I

Starke and the district soon became known and more : I leaving!: thoiiMinili: of. :suns i 1a'i '., ., :'" : I third with bonds voted for its construction and work !I"' !

;and<1 more gradually located. I!j|i ftivered' with m iclmiit.iliK' I:ml'i ..-; .. ., i 'star) lliirt yea r- 'Thi" state nnll federal highways: lur-, ,
or Ilva ,l lab!,' )for nt'ttli'ini'nt. '1'10' ""' ''''.' ." :tf ,. 1 ni-.h rapid t transportation to the\ important cities on S '

Cotton was at that time the nrincipal crop with Starkeas northern lio'ind.iry' .. "f tin- coimt'only l \ ,\. '." .. '".I' i I 'oth coasts of Florida. ,
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the' mn; 'ket. The repeated years of the boll weevil evil :'I ,13 nnlcH tioni; ..InoksnnM'ltliO '' ,.."""' t-.S.:,: : ./. .... r Slail.e t : II' ":everd miles]. nl' paved streets. :an e\ I

later cliM-fwrnRocI" the cotton farmers who made repeated faflun sotit'u: blind:,,-}' mils :' .". : ", .... .,, I 1I I.. mire :.IMI | up-to-date sewerage: system! ;a i munieip1.itoi' .

-. Today( : ajrain cotton planting has become of the 1dli i v fr0a, i 1-1"] "i'>(', '- imif"iiity. ." :.... . \ \'. lii'lit! -mil, 1
\ \ one Cnini-i; .'t.' T'IO' .l.idc P ',"iiiiTlVllpll ,' II'- '. .ot. '. I'IV./I.. ',." I power) plant ; its walcr" upply' In in.;; i
rio--l 1 important' agricultural\: pursuits but the farmer has today ., r" .' .. ''f.. I Kiln. n i irom' t'ei!' |I' wells.\ Tlir last: of the !city bond fur, 1I
.id 1 1tolllloitl h a
: Itl.!
Ilnll u,1'\ I' I "
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--.c.. II.' pavniir: / :ainl' --i-wer sv .I tcm,,, will be retired in 1 117.1I11"!> !
the advantage\ \ of modern methods and recent discover1! : .. I till'.. of i." tow 11. "f. Hlllilloi.l "' I ,
for the elimination of this pest!' and further han learned th,- .I 1 with p"int-i' noiMi. inl:, south I .0 I _. _'w _- I ,in i'\1 I. nsi\e |i\ing. |irograiit I is planned: \ by the town':* F'Sltuke
? ) "!r- t'II' eiiuingJody.,
lesson! of the advantage\ of diversified farming$(, of planting Starke, the counly' soul of I Ilia I r:. -.fA.f I
and but ford a town of I..00 popiilntiiin; i i- : ..:'1 -r-: + :;;; ; : li.i-: 1 two well mim.iKOil 1 hlnls linn-cd [..
harvesting not one! many crnps throughout the year. .J'\J'" : \ ,
nl| the junction point of three aril l lhiuhwny .... .,. r..< ...:....:. .=r.A. 4 modern li.iiiKintr' ) buddiiurs' \ :and with roin'iineJmree ') "l .
Theoil and climate: are well adapted! to the :sue- *, over which. n ifreai f pecentniro > ., .... ...". ... -- ,,,.. .t,_, ."-,. t of .IIIIII.ClIIO' '( ,< / provide a honking/ :service and 4e- ; '
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(...,-- ful! raising" \ variety of crops all of which will be dealt: / of the tourixt. travel will Y ,. .f..:,. .. i Y 1 curityeldoni round Ollt ship of the citie I: md add .sl.t t
.. ':,..,- 'p16 Ir.I ,. bilitv to Ih 1'1"-1"' I rl i ,.t"I' lln' ,. re1- i I-'i'le s'oivin" ,
with inert', at length and in detail in the following\ f'o1.! I low t" the r<: t "IV" -I ei-n-t \ / :\ t
of the state.! State mad JI.: fi i n --' ,--' --.- -. .:-.- _.-- ,---- bn me- in-I I it nip !n i-, ,nt, the town nt'i>. innileni' and nr"' ''y, I II
With\ the farmer'5uccess! naturally came also the great w.-ll Iii..! e.l In Starke )
.rnck-onvillc to Tiniipn' and :St;! !1'.' : you will find churches of five j jI
IlI.I"'I-d. I J. n- < I I'' l\ i.ln/ !> -II M'lIN. UK Ml' 1'.1111'(|' ( OI' M'Y.vtrviT' t I
-uccc's4Stnrle: ( proper! unlit'\ today( it is' the main trading cr-li.iitr, i U l1o\',. o","'ipU tifor, it- i ', -.t.1-: .-.-___"_. -LLt: -:===. .- .- _. t ''i I HUM, 11.1 I.i ,ii, :II I i 1'\ l.r by eap.ibio, mien( !) of G.d.: .\ pI
comer of this! section.All tire lonuth.. State road 2rut< t.-t----r- I pli i 1"luiiil' 1;' I I I" i I i .. hmi 1 es t I tl I" live hnndrerl an I Ii

usual lines of business and from T al,o I'll,I *. 1111 'H'fh' :St::irko) and *' k- <' '"ifijiii.iijijM t )I'-----!- i I Mf, 1\\ i' :i.m' iii'fi, e i I' "I n> !pi 11 -'11 ttl 111'tul' I 111"! I In1. hi irh -l'h..I. providing,.. / an mi ..- .

,, are seen represented! areb' thence to the East Comt l b y w.w i- j; MiumiJfcilionaacrcti: ; 'MI' .i. -'".. u. .'.I"..1.1I I. J '" ,i i j'' I M i i -. 1..1. fit, v nun! ;r In either of tho state tiniil t
>i' ing! :a i prosperous! front.
of l'al..IIl1.1.,1.;. :; .- rood, i I- HIP I ,< i '" a, I t IL-j appointoiilii ,, ,, \'"--r-i i I "s.

Staff'ke. I the county! <'at of firadford county is! not a mushroom from Starke directly to :St.; An*' \ .,..I 1.\ ". .. III "I..* .' .'I i t It'i;) :I !11"' : -.\ ill ''n''i,| ,I''re. "II tb" convenience.iiid -

city, sprung up over night: by an inflated land boom but u-tine.. in--itii' the St Jiilliis T ri.'rnenr '. {} I.isVnit\ (} .., ." .(lI.ill! ."n11,..Iittl'r.. "i 1-Itl'g"f t .'.ittracl, :\( i' nn u'''IK' 't. ''anal' | '-n ei) ies of sever.il, I
rather t'wn' that owing to actual hnsin green! rove! Sprlnc"J 11..11'I I limn' .UK' mil ,iiiii-nit-! : Stark: invites .
u profitable production ,
1 I-'. A. :Si; Int t, i-hiiriiriii', .1. .1 I
f, the hnildinir, of these! roads, ho' e .
,joyed a consistent, cnn-rrv.itivo and h. r G :. .. .. .. YOII:0
steady growt hien voted !in each, county \111; inn [For !PrniirBssThe 'lh"\lII'.1.' ('. H"\II"!" \ - - - - ,

An Ideal Home City. routes! cross!' (P.rndl'ord. nutty 1ml ling 1- I'liiM{ i ominittiM') alI in.'otinir h..loI. !

Above all, at Starke the visitor will be impressed; with her election! March I" i ""rc'utiv. l.-iid, iil-iti": fm" th.'ir. ;, siiinnier r..'.11-1 'in" plan of. "r"pnrintl1e/ x

the social, religion; and I educational atmosphere.; Here( of the Seaboard .\ 11' Line, from formed" only a few weeks : matter way prepared and,
Coed: :2! I .
will real in lay rniinty'H' "
meet a home-loving. God loving and God system
fearing poopie ,Tnck} onvillc! to points on both Kn- nun whim till county orif.'iniation "'nt to a seleclcd, list of 122 I! d.til;; ASKS 0DS! ON f rends. .
Is State: Until) IS lead-
who will extend( the hand of welcome to the !stranger' and endSest' count' Ilaptint! t. :Methodist / was abuiuloned, In favor of u"' .pn.ier-; \.- in five northwe.tintides ( iiii'M'" I I. from (ireen" C'ove Spring!': '1,0

among whom he will l l find the real famed] Southern hospitality. Kp'ncopul' and i Presbyterian a separate body for each town KO-V : t-ovurinu" the territory frot-i" JR/1 R t.i. 1 Ili'. Bradford l county.. line, where {s

They will )be interested in your coming and interested, in your .it"10' 'lU nations' have| their bouses oiworship niimlMiHOM,,ntx' paid in ailvnn-e ". linli I the "IIj""M" ; will be run 1 'it \\ III loiiMo'l I. with that portion.

welfare and success after your arrival.It in StarKe; H modern high memberships ihi- entire number, daring t the summer 1I1onl hM. In nil ol t'' I tin-) road riiiininir from State i..
H' hoot l building is In Stnrke, whilothroe v ith the cxi option I.f tIn ton mem- dilion, to the daily papers ten farm :New Hiils\ ItceeitrdIn/ ; 27; Im 1mbCompleted .. Ifi-nd: lit in :Starko; to the GIi: "
is a strictly protestant community of not such' largo of the !l.-irtrt-r! towiw! of t'I'' hcrshlpx, held by the Midland R.M-! iiini-'ir/.iiii. 's in Iii six Htali were" fur-\ Rend. (n Kridfi.rd. county, I 1'0,

population as yet but the population Is now ever on the increase comity, eitlior" luive or have hand, ,.d t-; Coiup.iny. of lisonvillo' '' heinu\ t fished; uith mhertisinif fur. a peru" t Count I {ine.I'll L'rntf0rd" iMitmly's' bond,' trustees I t

It.- more and more truthful publicity I is )being broad! for innior hi igIi! school biiildlnKi.. I'snluu.u of Starke or residing in ".""I of. tin,'IT |i>. four, w. oliti. This ,,. it"nd'I'iu. I I', l I. (''1 ."f., < '!I'l'' < .".''""I v ill "p.' n )bids, on.. ;May 2.:>lh for the,
Th( ',hifutiotiul facilities of th.. (thc' ncnrhtrrton., ; Tli-c| weel.1moitin -: .".iiMiiittivtail.: !.'(! campaii'tl. f".,' I I. 'I'" I .I I ,id. .011 \I "'"i; ( I h I nddnar,' of. Iti.inl(.. Hin< Bnulfordouiiiv ,
casted] about 1 1 this1 favored region which, unlike other I localities i tdiit'tv. ate i'ii-iifia-sed.|' During the { s 1".1) on Thur-'lny eve.nirjr ,rial "d.rt\ farmers. ," boln'\,, Hint I fir, t h. II. .n IIW. 1'I'uuIl11I.1,:', l.rUd'l ,' and.., it is iindoriitooil' that Ie
i i" longer in its infancy theoretic ilW, ) 01.. eIv'il' I '. .. rnl ".ponsiliUImli'iTM. will bid{
no nor a possibility but of pa-t few )'('II"H iniiny of the! Hmallunirtry of en h week 'it the city; hull uilh, the soil and shipping! farilitiosI hilt I r tn'has' '' : i ? n
I all.1 ih'I went il'l' .u.rll" nu -'ii I Ibo ion' tiuition. wolk. Thdlri. (
tried and proven worth. The many truthful examples of '! ihonl. !inbeen' .cona'illtliited are of vital inter, I to every' cit-! I 1' nil),,'ki'1N tills section hut, hut h. .
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roads I 1.2 null I 1.1.1' that' ruunty AllIiIII u nli bii" been built for throoarh r ,
i success' achieved\ by others in agricultural: and commercial pursuits with nearby towns the Zulu(' and. III| "cnoli iiiirtiinr.At in" could, I he done, "', t tin- citi'ensbip 1 If" ..ilI.d In .\"rIJ fur. Ito I1rrglpnriug \"' and, IL reii'lv.' for the base. urid .A

(1 I quoted in this i=:sue are taken at random and are tnio ) upils' lieintr. trnnnportoil" by bimnes.Itradfonl the meetintr held Thursdioiiini ; of St-irlio I that w-mld. help I the ,, or rradrs for. bus/ and sue I -Iif.u, ; i, uith tb',,, oxi'option, of 'lOin"
: the county H proud l of her" ( \" ;. dl"rnsstonas to what I tli-s. ,t.-un nioii' ban( settlim'" of t t''"' flp. 'ing'r rejected' lit Ih.. April ,nl.n! t'be filled in oiitsiiliof.' the '
average. These' should' ( he enough: to convince the most churches and m-hocil. find.! liberal' / ,retian; eoii'il' do. to so..">,ri> its (Dual. i iif I tiu.usin-l. ',, of nres' of splendid' fari I Iand 1I1I'It jlllt. II iii\ urw ''urrifiuti0npr'pnr'd ;. limit.." ,.t' |II I I I..VMI', 'ind I I Iho tending
skeptical' that a future awaits: the nvin who will diligently apply rupport is!' given i both by !her! wid ,- homcM-okciK boinr brought I truck lauds. ; Balling: for.. II" 0iuplrl, ,, I ".f T.\ ..,nthlint throiirh the town !

himself to the cultivation of the soil or the application of awake citizens.!' :

his talents! to other lines of business endeavor.In Besides her ('hllr, hl's null school. .
!Sturko': has miles of. paved/ strict-, v.,ill l 114' olio ,of the" most impottiinti ; I !r'}h
will lie Much Building in Progress at Starke
success our We interested
your success. are in .owns its! light and water plant. wl\! ,i '' of the county. Some of the 7

your coming here. as we will be interested in your succeeding! lighted streets and n ...h'te way I lint-t" Coniord ttrnpi'S groan, in the, .
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later. down the main 1 1I.ln"H"" .street.Years Southern states me being' grown" I r ; .. .:- .-\J----' ,. \

the, town voted. bond t here, arid the is boinir '' The ago acreage .,
message contained in these pages, carefully amiconservately < ...!;;;J. .".
,t .L
its water
compiled( i is sent' to you by all of our people working for the extension of streets and a reast'd as niptdly as I the nusericsi I I ie'I'1 I ...;";<'...'f, ......1. ,.... .(.. I '"' '" */.., \
mains paved The
the, pliint \ \
supply ,
an youni i ... ;"t'. i,. a,.; .. ... : .@ .
in co-operation with this newspaper to interest you in hewer 'ht"I11. Tho la.t of. these vineyards, are just' ruining into! .. X .. t .' i itl'2 .. .. -fY
becoming one of us as a permanent) fixture.We bonds' will re ret red in 1127.Onw! :; bearing and one of the largest!: I II. Is I tmr ;- d10 : \'I<
I .:: ; 7f" v'J
\have the best) town in northern Florida when it it i IH planned t" float a bond,, i iistK'' !muted. between SGuke: and Iawley. ,f '., !.1''!'! ." il.I .,,2! .+ ; .. fJ ........., x.. :-\'t \I

tomes: to location to fine educational facilities, to 1I.1.llI1ill.. of paved streets. to th"I I .. t rf ,t :] ; JtjnJt1: If"t Ri .:J:.' r rrrilr.
: offering cor- I resent" system. Two other important mdustri lOt ;.1,.': rtI.; ..... ., ,-"hj; !r1+ .t } .:
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rect religious life and,) a home: and social atmosphere unequaled. ]- Very Producti County of the county, ini'rcasinir in vnlieiiii I- 'I. : : ... .,\.! ..:.. ,, .,... i ''' .1 I
It is truly city where will Bradford, county. is known at on" dnir\' nnd ". ., .... -.t.L'.. khsfdt',..\.. '
a you want to live and rear 'h yar lire init + poultrv. 'I" ""' 6.4' ., .l" "o-l' ..... ,. .,,(, .... ..... ;..... :
your family and where you can prosper. of the most productive counties! in StnrJd-! bus a modern .Iu-ry. supplviiilf ,_ :::;::;- -1
the ,tate being one of the Iur ,."tstrawhirry { the towim of I.nv/tey, [/ -.r.y. ..r,,?J 1 ;k.; tM I
Further-this locality offers real opportunities: to the and, truck shipping! ton \Vnldo. Kevntone" J II/Imp-I .- .- .,

man of small or limited means as land values have not been counties ;in the control portion of while, the poultry, IIrl"UI' I :f'Jf; :

inflated( and( driven to unheard" : of high: stages that will not I the tnle. The soil is principally n composed of u score of the hirer .oJr. ,

allow for profitable production. rich sandy 'loam, with n flay subsoil poultryinen, ship InrIC" (|ii.intiti, ; ,..- s ., -i .. iii

Our higher altitude nearness to several' I water bodies well! adapted, to the production of. eggs arid,, chickens weekly to thetearby T, ...-........;.,;..,..,.;. .".... -a ,
both' fruits' and, vettftnVd'-s. 6" .
of markets and to the e"-tcoast. 'I. --
and( the Atlantic lakes" beaches, reports and all eNo if.j '' lZr-1 ,... "" .
go( to The greatest testimonial A hundred additional mem- t-r : '
make the whole district popular as a place of residence winter county .can offer as' t0 the )productiveno bens, to this organization could! not t iti :JJi 1, ,.tlI.I.f. nCi

and summer and] a4 a pleasure and health resort. !< of its. soil In the 1H.OOO I )') npply: the" demand they have for ".Jo, / $ ...: 1' 'A ... .. .." .,.(.."..,... '' ( 1 I

State Form, locnted, here after .. I .. .. I. .
Come and live in ncre( poultry and' eggs' ,1. '" m'rlllt _
Rrudford "to
the ,
eonn "
land ..
of ..
: prosperty, an exhaustive examination! of tarke and I.awtey lire the main, I .. .\ .. ; ,1.; .0>'. "< '),W"' #.... .
where nothing knocks! but npporunity.Co Tlir YOF '" h : "' "
WRLCOMK all !suctions' of. the tnte. .:hippln points of the county forstrawboriios : : rA... .ah19t ;!..1
TO BRADFOUD; COT'XTY.Welcome ..- T"/ :,. .. .... ., _
In fruits, pecans, satsuma oranges beets, swept corn, ..... r _ .
and rrrapes) bid fair to turn the peppers;' cabbaffe. I.at shipping; .r* -

0------------------ __ ciiinty into one onhnnl For sevi Benson I.nwtey led (the! state in th.' i .o.J.- 'Y'.I"'!: '".! .
rnl years pecnns have been" receiving amount of sweet .corn shipned.brinitinir I ',71iJ .J,.. r <.J
roniidfcrnHe attention and in ; .
the market
highe-l priie "; :P:
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to addition to the Inrire proves. brinir- This was mnd possible bv th- )!
inn in an nnnu.il income of $."),000) ) ) shippers" top-icinpr{ their corn shipment '' 'J .. -, I t1 t11.,1jQ,

t too Jd.iKKI: {, scarcely n farm ran be ,, )putting the corn in the .", t

found that does! nut include! pectin northern markets aM fresh as the ,. .. ;:
I in the Heart of Bradford iimo-u' its fruits. :No; ) fru.t;. ylcl-U- ularsrer day! It was gathered from thfield' 'tIj. ), !
not) income, the pecan beinif ; '
a hardy tree not affected by in thi- year will exceed tl{ ,' !

Paradise. The sector pi-tits. and the crop is. not a strawberry. for years the vtand-I.) I, ".... ,, .
Land )perishable!' one demanding immediate spring' of this section. Add"d' "j !f .
I crop i iimpetus .
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Bale. I : .:.. .., ,c.-
to growing ff sweet corn t 4IA..r .. It t .. :-, d ,' ". ..
Where Crops Never Fail. Thousands of satsuma!' oran for Rhlp"in&W A (given by the doclsion I I r:_ "'" -_..._ .":.f '., _

trees being. net annually, thta
are !' of the interstate commercerecently '
hardy tree flourishing' In this !soil. to allow the shippers' to... :No.; J. Dr. BJKK4 office building just .completed. NI. Wainwright filling Station, nearing completion.
L-- "W HERE' THE SOIL REWARDS TOIL" I II Some of the trees are now .coming top-i-i. | their corn to the! extent of1 i: :No.; :3, Bungalow being built in Scott Subdivision.:; 4, New store building on inuln street erected for

_-1 I !Into bearing and, with a few years. vex' tons to the car. i \\*. S. Woodbridtfe, of tiaineiville. No. 5, Now concrete business! block for Woodbrldue.! No. 0. :New; bunjp-

./ slow in course of conMLru..ticn.'q" .

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I We AU--- Everybody, Everywhere in Bradford COunty Bid You Welcome%

'- | t .s :' ,';'"name,1tlll''' 1 t !I ''iltiiti .. I.\(; OLI.\ CAFE rol'-\ rightly prepared, and served in a
klnnnm.ur' rite present ruplll'I'hn \ fLAH VITI1 i.0L AND:' most appetizing manner at popular
\J, k. i ; IKANSIEM':: '1UAUE! prices.
MTOIir,l procrr"of" > iI '
>N i The place Is invariably crowded
}ti. ti'utmn' him been constant>'! and.in I The Magu )1 u Cafe i ia anther
I | to overflowing. Credit for the success
Stockholder!, offiom-
,,n:.d detectors inn. aro .,1local\ men ,,; f !: ''' adverb t i<'III"t f'jr' :.Stnrkc mil l of thin enterprise must be given .
,... I I (! to tho casual visitor a
.. "mi' mini-nco, mon who hnc.tin( i iii to A. Williams! the owner and
--ofI"\ .L i ts hero their life* l' t i i : ( and decorated,
,in in whom the people have tit restaurantt-ur! of many yean of
,i,,n t implicit confident! f.ir '. .'. < > a largo eating; : capacity this experience who personally attendsto
f .i", .inu and conerniivf IMMM\' I I n t.uii-jnt duly impresser! the preparation of tho foods
IP-M !..' :nt. .. of tho bank'a fund.niul ;n' ,. visitor in a favorable manner. served while Mrs. William in per
lie inn..iKinfr' of the banK'a af- I I > I'lus thi the patron 10 assured son supervises the dining room
L ; I i.111', .i. I: the best that the market aff rd-, 1 service.
'Tlic, present officers and diroe-, !' ;L..ittn'ke i i ) i I .
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i i aie as follows:
:\:. 'I' Hi., h, 4'iVbiduntV.' 't. .
\Vivks \'ice-preside.nt; J. It. Hitch,
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hil" S. L. \I'uek nssintunl caahier. ;
a- ; ,
Slroft Scone: Shonint ,
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'-, Officers, N. T. IItch: W. '1'. -'hoppo, Curin-ninKV Driisy Store, (; /
,1 \\.i.Ks <(C.<; :M. Iiunun, U). J. Grirf'i"'! Pry ootls<; Store and NVIiilt's (Jrocerv.J. .
lilt Mil OKI) CW.Vl'Y: HANK t ,
J. ;M. .Mitchell. & -, : i- fsr Srr ?
,, I"i1I1111r1:1I! .1. II. Kiti-h, tho cashier nnd 1\1'- ) (/ '} .rs sry 1
Oltlc-l t L'rmrd" C iiunly : :M. ALVAItiP10NKKU: ):' tIi" trade, ) : i
under whose 111.111iitfemcnt : -
Institution :1 live manager ST\WiIJoHnl.'IiT: : : :' u It h'l'r
I this business, hits continued
'ft.. d",,:ill wtilul, pl'o p""li\'e to flourish, has been connected ('inducts (;Jcntt I'lirnixhinK- (;mudsStore Mis ( ) ,
Bettye\ I r i prospective' investor with tho bunk fur nioro then ,"f high :
vlin \i, .\t.nif any )locality' i n best i, twenty years, starting 11 ilrki The siKeei-s achieved by our people ,. boy's :
b npr, when !he finds the eonclitiun :i during the days\ when' it was eon- engaged in various commercial clothing ]! ;
fir! the i banks in a flrmrihh- ducted l us n private bunk. 11Is pui'suits is in itself good evidence': .\ 1'ig lin
In it cons tnn niul their personnel thoroughly fumiliur: with every of tho fact that hero we have' n'prosperous and :
rlllillt.lIo"lImi"l11.. I I angle of the business nnd ia; hell I Ii district that offers women
Tin- 11"Million is nowhere better i in high esteem as n progressive every opportunity: to pros-poctiv, ,' i Tho : I
Nrniplificil,) than vt Stiirko nn'l i and public spirited business man/ settlers or investors. quality( )
In tl (.' Bradford County linl); Aor interested l In progress and Among the leaders of those who' !prices, :!
Bradford: County's oldest financial ,ifurther development throughout hnve made an outstanding success ," ,
institution n firm that has weathered the whole dibtrlct. ut Stnrko is J. :M. Alvarez, },,'o- In
nil the storms of the early A letter of inquiry relative! to rrietor and manager of the up-to- county ,
development,, d.iys: ) and l has to its property values! chances for profitable iluto nnd well blocked gents funish- and, : I
credit, thi",ujrh lilnTiil aceommod.i- investment etc., addressed, to inf( roods store which is being con. done BUILDIN
tions cite i ,led the -uice''s of ninny: this f,rm will receive his personal! ducted under his name nt Starke. progress :
ether individual enterprises in commercial ntli"'"linn anil a pl'ompt1nd reliableteply. !Mr. Alvarez and this business town and I
and agricultural pursuits I have always figured" prominentlyin found
Been on every hand in the county the business life of this country.In ment Is I
today. You also can succeed in this: fact this store has been sorxinij feet I II I
The firm dates' batik to 1S8!> at wonderful cigriculU'ral: pnradiaa.InvcitiKiito I I
which tim it was: originally or- : Hradford County today I
ganizod with a capital of $10- An investigation will con- ?9<;;1<;?<;?<;?<;?<;;I<;?<;?<;?<;.E25'2.52.
000.00 as a private bunk by N. vince you that opportunity nw.Uu .__._._"_.._.,-'_._.._'-"_.._- BRADFORDCOUNTY
W. Hnckett nnd N. T. RiUh, the you at Starke and in HrOilford, .
latter nn undo of the present cnshier County. Welcome; to the land of f I II
nnd active manager, J. II. I plenty' .
liitch. Later N. T. hitch too over .
tho Interests of Ilackett and continued \Vheru climate, soil mid, Ill.ll1'S
to operate! the l bank as u ingenuity have combined, to create'! !
private bank until 100(5.nt( which nn earthly p.-rndiso where you will
time it was>' incorporated and, capital like to live and 1 where you will] ..........
increased to $16)00.00.<> This prosper' in conimen,'ial or aixricul.tu .
later, with reorganizations was in- nil pursuits.
I II Before You Build

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WelcomeOn i I I TO FARM I II Get Our Prices and Estimates

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Your t Building Plans & Estimates


M I Cheerfully Furnished

Way in Nothing is G GG II III

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take special prMe. in f
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You food wants, will lie. !J I It ..........

taken care of by folk who I t t tf
know t the restaurant sorv- I i t
at I't'i< from buying to co"ldnr' ; f r} t Quality Lumber and Building

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I I III Materials I

Frances Grill t tt I .... .....

Roofing, Laths, Cement, Brick and

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I General Builders' Supplies

On the Starke: Road I It Paints Oils, Varnishes

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T. O. CRABTREE, Prop. J I [ : the Reliable Home Firm

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) Starke, Florida The Biggest Little Town of The South

._.._.. STAKKK: I Ki.oum I t'I';:.Lily': ; "',"! rf.-=T1-t':
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:; tt.'I,'nunucd\\ from )raga I 1))fI

I. n'tllern! routes direct and by: way: of the Seaboard Air Lint- t

through The work Starke.already ,achieved in good road construction acid f
Shoes Shoes the work under way for which bonds:'! have been voted has beena i .
}.:Tat factor of lute in making Starke the trading center.A I .'
pleasant ride over paved highway of an hour and one A"; :. \''.. '
.$... .. .;.:-...'...l.t.; .... .....'.......... half takes' one to Jncksnnvile, the big northern Florida me- j .. r & 2 .'\ \ ):'
j..................$4.. l...................... titip'lis I 1 and !seaport I ,: ; "
The location alone plus:' agricultural production will\ as.U1'l' : '.. ;: ; !.' ., 7. J : t t Z .' ": : ;4t.::
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F. C. HollingsworthStarke the success; of Starke and this district forever ",'<'to g1tivF/ .' .r ." .- .... ty4k":,: 'I.'o'Y \
Welcome t t'o: Starke :and'\ l Hradl'ord county. You will sue- I 'C\,; i : !..t'.; \. fi'I],,";-t.1k"f:1':
red\ here. :.",j h ," "
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W e Thank You I j'-: ; I .t; t.i\ r.t'
trStarke's1gE ; (pf ,x ;h J F ) >. I
r Antll"t not, o\vrlonk! ( thanks to th' : j !
us <'XIl'lhlinll'm' I; 0 '
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public !spirited and of this' county who,) ', ''f" .
\ men women : : \ m 1t
Exclusive I through their liberal I \ ion have YI! ( .'! ,. ..ifi: I >.I '1t.. \ t
support' anCOoJIl'I'at : I }"fJ ; i ......It ,rJ'.;. ;t t .
i made it possible to issue this' edition. Alone we could! I It 1 .' }ts.',""I'-" '" Mr;:'-ai .I.. .., ,
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r t have' done but little us in such a venture as this all must 'I ,: .'"11'1'-' It .r'rii"ijli ,:,:t : I' '.. '
Shoe StoreYOUNG I take' a prominent part in order to assure success Th ,t ri \{ : J
1. very fact that this issue' is :a i representation of the i iP." ; : (
:spirit: existing here among our people i is in itself! goo 1 .'. $.ftl"A'I: '" :.t-1 '1r"oVo r.. ,
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The advertisement and an inducement for the outsider to I W ; ; .. :o.lr: 't.oiI'! .."",, ,,,I'.N!
i locate here. $ ,llttt
And Hjrain: through this universal interest we have I
MAN'SI, I attained our main object that of (distribution! I II BJomUII'W: :, : ; I .1, sbl'r'l> ,' '!hlpu.' i n' I'l, h ftl Itc(I 'in-, ,;:> 1 h""I"'r; > '.
I t One needs:' but glance at I the long lists in our office I coon PRICKS) FOR l>rnns hero nvragt4! ? l II hmm!> :S'lnu'ivi:' 1-', .ljM! quartn. t
z STORE for to outside watch the $ WKKK: ready mailing points peopl"today
or .. !>iiijiMl I I "if "Leans and') ntrnw.Ivi lI I ,
I. I :Stnrki':' '' Mn.v I.Hi nun nri'. K"inr'" ; ffi.pi, :*I n t in :si: 1 .1. i nidvvlnl .
: and for some! days to come carry thl'I11I1l'I'onally; ,, I i :'i-- ,Icy I Irii. !: cnilinno t I to run ;'
!"' rlh in cvr i crowing 'qunnliti-(, tier "l1l.dl; 1 nl ll < uf 'I11"h |1""i""
to t the }post office, to to feel proud of t this:'! edition I IR'c in w, the. 8)1:111:) :, ruts ilurini llnpist l.iti''M,. ,hate ln'1'M. I'l'llltfllltf.7" ':! '. fin'ii, ;Mi in i l"i"> iTiili'H., .daily going t I
Broad, square toes, on comfortable, foot-forming I are proud that 01l1'jiwa!' the medium through I ; tv) or thrc luys luni Ai'i'k's I'hil''I'1I1.' l.iri'i-l,, t.i .l.i'k' I .i-iiv, ill1, Glli'Il'KViII.l,
lasts, are the special features of the new spring stylesin I which this good work was accomplished but we are !still i i lug o ell. -c" -1'ioml to tit I \I'i'tiitiiod' 17 "rrali'''\ I I l.iiki. (City. and. I'lilr.ll.n./ ,1 1
t prouder of the people who worked. hand in hand with u< I II I
men's and younger men's footwear. i I to accomplish} it. Again! we t thank you. I OC3OC locaoc a .u o. aoac: IOC3OC losao I

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Work Our r '
Specialty .V1U111C1tC Uld. I Ii I I Stal ke and Bradford County p i io iu ,
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Well A Equipped Modern Shop ....:'. .... ),- '>-.,: -" I .' re_ : !i Trade with the reliable Home Store ,
to Serve You _i.:., I ....',, "$,\'_, .'If-r'4'-1:'i-- J 1 D i
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The waste of the nation is in good leather annually! ;

thrown away. More good shoes are discarded.needingonly A. M. DARBY

a little repairing -than are ever worn out.Real I Ii. I o o

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The Boom County Has Hit Bradford I o Dry Goods, Hay, Grains, Feeds, u o o

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f Never Again Will Prices : o QUALITY MERCHANDISE o 1 1J

II I .... Shoes for Men, Women and Children

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ax o Our business!! has (frown' and |'iro-irn'il i [ I through' our policy of furnishing 0
x the best of high rnuli...' miTrhinilisu; always at '
Write or Wire for Further 1 1I very ( prices! consistent
with good, business! allow in!!r only a rcasonalilu'!! ami fair per
Information eentage of profit.

I o (Combined with those we endeavor, always/ to rorulr,, >r fourtfotM and o
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F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH I 11l> -.Mitin Street looking Ea..t. Center-Woodbridgv V Phone 77 for Service 1or I
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It is always our aim to render the best of service and furnish the best of quality merchandise Choice---Quality---Price ,

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also with Groceries Confectionery Fruits Vegetables etc in Season. price. Thi.j i tli. i.ii'Ui'i; ,, ; ::1'"' -< !rvico we |
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)IITCIII .I.'S I JlHl'ti; :SHIRK\ : lure' inln)' drug Hisirt'S". Whilo real);; n nntis-c, <,f this section I'. V 1I01.l.Io.fi'\WOIC:; ; Ill SUC- \DDRESS W. ELI.ERY IJAMS I|I. ... t.f+t...'i.!+s .f>+14i+B.i...N....444'4..4444...

I'OI'I'\\H I \ \\ mi/ TII\IIF All usual I drug.. mul' / sitndiy.. lines I :Mr. CurpenU up to line, year ('i'EIFS: ; :; IN:; SIIOK: SINESS FOK KEALTY INFORMATION I .

urn fur-lid T IIP.I' Hlucl.s. are nf su'h :>''J|| i ales engaged' in the -nini lint- There Is no man among) us better I : 0

., .,. .1 i 11.tin'\ 'hit. ;hi-;. w..<. Id 'will" il i iI 'II' t'rnl i I al I'J'iriii.i, but( swing' ; l t'leI Hen) Estate A Side Line. IT.foi. .mod as to rrulty'ab..s: :
A i- .f{< 1'4. '" 1 1,7 f :" .e.Ih.
r',hl In'. -I t oc fir., III.,. Ulllei, N'niI' I"I "I"i ,ihere hi lelurnul! iiivl, rind I this cnnntry, in B'neril: trim Iiv. : Florida RO l Estate 9
CO" ., ', N I : ,. ;-t.,, '.rdtsle, ; I our Ini' t cent", i )r... tll't 1 t il I oprr.ltni", ::ll L"ml n l i ,II' 'Ilis; rlvie'r of thi u. \\ h" h.ivnmade loral who ...
\ 1 Kllery Oi\\ i-, operator
art i 'I i is:"' 0. "1 I' 1.,1''' 'w'ell" .
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\ "l.i i an t hili i 1.4 in.'iint' ''mi'''< > '-"" a 'onukul I sum i in i lh t towni tad! Inline a in ri 0
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t".r i .1.1.r I'it t \ vL'h. 'i i in. IM;' I.K) 1 1'.1'1, "i th--- limn lie hilly in' iimlit .:.ul.. cnuntr'V. (1,101 Putt" i11.; by iomI and .it ten of Starkc and Unneiirhboihi.od :, .

nn. ;. '1.':. .. I, I.I'' > i ..'cJ'l a'- t4't r .I'lltn' r ill... Ih4'1uu i -U'urlnl, .nl iniiivi', I '!'i t Ie without .d!. i, hr.11114 neat men- ('.r "nvun' than t I-' :.. t.
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.in' t t"Jay up.d'l. -t": I n eiil
i i those
HP is amour <
i of F'! ( lii JlIII ,w"'lh. years.
n onoof .
I lsrrr f .? i v''d) 1 11 i.r: 1I'lId 1 I .,tni, I )pt "|ile like t In"tile .lut'I! K': i Itiell'.. ho (lull ly "ml 1| I I pioneers who at nn early duti' ..w 3in 3 Large or Small] Tracts i
ti ,I" 1 1. I J 1V' t our, business who luis been!
: men
II: .nil; I" Mil I < hi il's'It I) the' new\ ..tile, liuil.lln.' for II, in prospect the evident, iru-at t''i-' \) I
ed 111,1', ,' t I.' "I 1" 1( \e M arsflfT" identified with: the business lifo of l
.. "iiy & :McMillan, lh, new lo< ti.I'il'tTH awaiting this country ,ni:d %v'Is' < '
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It is'i '! 'I. KM' -" 'i 'in.I\ W'J- '
: : .nffiitbuilflmir, a c Unfittor I Ktnrko: for the past fifteen years: OH n consequence not slow' t" invest f, in the 1 i
Iv ; I 11'I tin 1..41)14' n this
pa'rni: i r. | C'H nl'i1.IUNr; IMtOfJUKSH; :
C.: 1.} I"wk unit i IH A
IIHW" wrkillJI( )! and had made a notable suceesxhero .
and n.'i :.r',, niiil' ditiiit; i 4I .
'( n the coiiHtriiction of the I new inn I I Today, he confine his operation <
The >.1 owm' I ;'ind inannr"r,
pr4.t',4 il ir\.cu! sti.tii.n" for ;N.; I U. Wnitvwriulit to the handling of real estate ail ..; Great Bradford County :
J. :M. :Mil.. hell, .i :-id I'll" |>har- \V.V.. O'fl"nlc'rIlrl'd' Many I tile main Jueksonvillt lie conducts nn up-to-date ox- .
on offiio
i"I'lIrlllI1nnluinin.: : an
of the p.iitliiin!' Toll rlunlvp shoe I a .
ma-i'l establishment
('nn t rail s. carrvinjf .
highway, thi approach to Slai'Ui.piupur. "4 sinvestigate
of I'hnrnt'l"of" Af nntn. Out, 'r'n, ; standard make for men and ut Sin rh. .: 'J'HITIF.RII: G BELT :
took ,it "\,,.!r I twentv \eiirs" ncro .in.I One .of tin1 1 I"/lt/ evideni'i-s, that ,, boys! and In addition maintains U HP makes a specialty of largo 1'traits > .
Mr. ; in oll"oIl..d, | l > .
Curpunlor" a man end, has been lrunipntal .
has durinir! this time nooduttrd the lh.s town n nil country IH un uKlomlv well equipped! shoe repair depart. 1
bus i'." K \\ith ever, till reasini', HUI'- ,I inn. ) staple' hilllll1. "enhanced" of. rare, ability in his profession, i ie h I mcnt which is universally patron- ': In s"c-urlnji purchasers ;In a nnulhcr4f J: todayI >
1,1 faun over ii-uily to il" hi'I' i .lubdiviil-,
ce-s. by our, womlerfully. "proiluctlvo, uv.riciilliiinl iy',1! [ by local and adjoining country cases who in turn have ..
liiiro to prunlrt4] iiiiiinuiiily will(' .d l and the properties to 4.
1' Improved
:'-1 Mitrhel: him been fnrtunat" 1'.J.t'ju"N\ found I in thfottsMiit people.
In reta'iiini': tile seivice; ..I'Ir: T). trod' inn IIf.'hlJ g building 1( ,fore nnil proj'ieHs. .m.| ihniilil, ) he,.: In addition .Mr. I Ifnllinirsw.irth. has the credit!; rf this noifrhbnrhood., \
'. alo iriadnnti., of Starke/ New uI n lIw prcforom i-> win-never pog.ilili Ho has ii' tell :-i number "f tnot"of I rnincnter a .. ri'01'r.ini lit proper i if Mul I me" plmmii' '.a .' Innldiiur; of Into brut-lied out ;into the real! developed and highly prodiictlve <
the nboxe eoller". which c'dle 1 <- 'Inii' Imiidmi"-; r1'iIpIicN, t'nrii"11ill , estate gamIt'. hUM during his
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I 1 1\t tlu: 1',1ItWItI'I'' on \ DIIIin. i I 'I'"I\I track J
l.s well re..' nrnlr"d, in the mtum a1nmone l 44p4)1'' i U1, :-e of enll t'"Hi,' II. >n.. I fil'I't.V...I tuft plell IIT'I' i ir,, I time. onrlndeil, ) a number of Imlioilaiit strawberry and details regarding : :.
the lenders, giving fie full I' i i it'i i til ell i i mpleti'll nf Ii Kiile-. II," IIII nntuo" of forming" lands, J.
i H' "'iiini'inlinH; Ciirpent'r In tin which be secured! from him hv *
three je.ir I'nUI'ne.\ ,plant' ', dI 1 1VI il.lii.'. I this locality .11,1" will informed ani may
Tin..e I'M. persi.ni.il'1, intend I I" I "l "I t ), t' I."I' I,, '. ..---- .---- i the dlstr: t i. its values; and pro n letter of inquiry addressed tn < 4

the pii .'i'ript' an i work. wl'H'li; Is "m' I I'. II I' : If IlKi, 14(10I: .i 'l'( notion him, at Starke J JIr
Jug i
their mnin.. f. atMies. nild ,ie';ial- I .' Mr. Pnvis this country has a DAVIS :
of | .. ELLERY
hull' I;, I.'a': i nu )1.1 tiling' anil inn A letter it 'l1'I"i. ul'lrcsucd! tjI .,. WI
.. staunch booster In fact during nil
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lira I. I''' V i "r it 1 414(11,4,14'" in ,.-",ii. ml n 'I i, I 1.111\ soekiiiir. fin'her information *
A, "curate' ,und i r"HiMr!: ,' nifsiriptimi '. '" ).' Ill till, (C I I IMS/ HIM' I. ., ,I... ,' ,I'' I I ', 'I ,I.'". I \ I I r II ,m', en,, "i-. mij.t\ ,personal .of hiM years hero he hits very, set.
., .. ,. dom evil o much as taken a trip a
wink i" in. I iimi"irt: "t fi"i- "I'I'" .Iv h'1'' ,00fI. "1' 11111't 'Ili I I ,' attention ...
I for business or plpasuro to the. <.
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iIIP! 1'1'''.. -,. : "' 1'P', ...... "C'-... ".ot 4' ". .. will do j Starke Fla.
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.r.. ':i. 1' \ : ,Ii\t"'r't .; "':I '+/" Y ;. .' "F' ) .t.;(. ; "' ; It. 11. Itollms: at Starlit! :Mr. Ri.>l-1 i ',. .
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I 1; i ) !.1... .. '' ... find. year, handling in the: mill: + !
I *rJ r_ gyq .I 1 "4 -..;;P' I'I I'/-'/1Qtoo, ,I'k: own, properties, (Estiitp: : of .\. |j j"I that Insures
'f 1.A1' "J.rr. 7 \ ''1 N?\ ; : '\ .; / ;'i t"",,: \'w Rollins) nf which proppjtlos '10 Hi :

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<('f. Si' J. =A' '. : """ i i n-lininistrntor un,1Vh''eh large 01" :
I.'.'Y. ,1.1':&'I" '(.;J"' ]' fi.11'! ''IT, )"'t-- ""t iJ .... n fr trn'Is' he has been subdividing into. J=.. *

;! "I'' \ 'i. < ..... f'n' <"rc farms so ns to malcp nn H

,I 1'1 j.t .1.) t -," .. : .I Jt.," ,'. i.i"> '.rt unity for the Kiniill) man and +J Ji A' Rooster always for jMe j I

: ( .... \ .' ,-q. ": > f I : ,' sonic ti111"l.t more perman-
ii ( i "t 'ni'iipl,. horo. This is good work H

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i I,,: I,I .>>.,"" 'vl ..2'' ,.;',;,.,., .. ""., ", -r.j'!Wt-.iflt':,;,..(, ti'p' l''it,Tin, hided Ion lots in. his adjoining holdings the r'v are' J Jil J 01! (and) Bradford} County }Z. !

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i I' ly nii'l will! undoubtedly have something be interested.
r 'l'\W\B: 11It111N C'II\ "Wilt 1'1'\\' \\ :'::1.1. III'RINt..; 'I'll""; \\IIH'.II' 11 IR. IlIII; I KI4)1hIt.4; 11101w.:; (. ..: < that will appeal to you. .|Starke, the county scat I may

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'1 i Settle in thet (rPInty---W elcome to: I Bra df rd County j

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Boosters for StarveMitchell's i I and n good example 'to quote' ill tins)

i I issue as to what thrift and m
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can ncromplifch for the imlmttmil th y ? ,1.4 w r '
in comtnrrclul 1 pursuits i i hs to !J.<. r b ,
I found in 11 \iiil In llul:'- !.''i<,
Drug department itorcone of thc Staikc'U8iiH'
vt n + ,4 d iry
>r in-tilutioiis That 1111)l Kin I
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I :now born erring the trade In'or ..'. ,
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J. M. Mitchell ww 111 "4
Proprietor i niuny/ )
I The businrss, is .owned 1. ,., '! H', ,4l r ,f" rx 11 )11 @,tr'' +1 V" + f :1:1I
i I tad personally Hiipiiv .I] I'i N : &'$& fr V >rfrIIIK \ 7 :

I The Old Reliable Drug Storej ;11] i 11,11ho st.irtotl it about t\\ i imo I" f
I 1 yours alo and ilunni&:: t ti I''
i years has ni.ule n l big mun. .if. ) ,I ,
I Your Trade Appreciated Thot., "10 utters'' 1..01'. "i\ t A r I rr I !
:and country jieoplo of man null

'd of adjoining torntury. I
His Mock consist! of n variety Y M g ,
DRUGS of roods, incluilinj, a lari,. stnpli 51
)i, Speaks for Itself I nnd fancy grocery: lino, hardware, 1

kitchenware, crockery, notions. : :\.11't'itlt15 1t'IVIiEU4' \ ':' IN,: \\W\III'OI/ll/ Hll\1'\: l\\llh; \\1< \ IIOMSISI ; ,
I 1 food, seeds, fertilizers, flour, etc,'
: /and these! stocks are large and roar

;:f SUNDRIES : m I: pli'te. I I 1. ;M L II.\UUY I co-ot.\C:; \, Yl* li'ctility nrul ha.s boon idtMitifi",. I IYvltit I lw'<-ntvearn nir. thiTi was only 't pI
+ !I IIm stoik consist of a \aru't\ I ONI: or) 'I IIIK: 'ypi.llw 'I'I till I life <>f this. M'ltnMi' nil nt I.tisinoss riiniliuti. I, don a small" \ scale,
,I fai I i "the square) dtIII I store" and N. or :sii ; 1'\11\\\,f r: 1 I"Hn_ tOne Ills illMs. I UltlH'l" 111' Illl- lllw.IV-, Inilajr wo HIV n moiloiiivoll" nlnck-...
I I H. Hull personally Is well known i .I'our .il.li.Ht.' 'lny,/ | I as one of our ptninuliont I boosters. / 1 most, u'tulrly. l'u..II,1' .. || \, >' lwv\ ,' Mini,, li.i mM< I1l1h.h(( ..f In- rymir )larti/ stocks. "I'l nil mannel'
STATIONERY II I I Ill'HS\ lllHlltlltlorm. IS. VtltVjl |I" "I.vnII" liner atilt,. iff.ill. in prwande]" further of Ptnpli' nnil fancy groceries, .dry 1 1goods
I I If you are looking for hoat'li' ( the A.1.: 1.J"I'h\ t;?"iV"Ji) :M'1'"', prohreM) ( told,) tll'\I'\"I"II.'nl\ <>.f Him, ,: |. ..1t"'M",1/ 1.4. sluu' for men,
I ; plcnsur,. tend r"'I"'lIli"n I ainmiKtidonl \ I clianiliso Store. ilihtrxt.. wonu'ti' and "children" hay, grain, t
I l, surroundings( t 1/11./ .. a trip, to \ M. li.iih-), |p'r"adJR.i ., ,/|| IVuMKi \, lie Mill-toil Ins( store more Hun fri-iU, flour, fret I lifers" iMf, an.I a t.lore
i I I ntiiilfotd, r..nntv., :-; 1'01'( ATI i,i',iU 'uni I" ;.tI il1l'', IIS4" ; "( I ,'Iii, Iif I lu, ntvi>.irn lilt"i iiiul IIIIH siiuoI flint. in d.iily "i.itriiiiK tilari > s
I I I STAUKI,:, TIM: (H''P' ....,r \ i I'i II' ,;..,,1 Mi .I'! i r. i 1'1 t i I' \\11' ". i i <(1\/\'. I I. nit,) up' "Iwnderfdtrade.i i { \\'lien1 :"> niniilior of pulroim'

/I.I ., I II 4 1 k si.: i7t I A II' you'' Irish IK gel IIwa f,', 'in l the!>
I I:"l-r uud 'bustle of the IIIIHV.. city
e t f and "II.i" t he great/ "I.I..r. and"
SUPPLIES t I pot| I..,. inn enough ,In the I larger
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Service-- i 'I I I'I \\il.oiiii' to Stm I, k.. County seat

I Tempting I % 'I I of Itrudfordburly. the curling city
i n( 11011 horn I'I' "n'\Ma, Iwrnird l 'in MO

I Satisfying i Y I :I heart of the fiinioiis highly proiluc.'
; link farming .
i I Viva ( country Many
v&: $ a erotic' throughout theji, >ar mnura.
Courtesy ; & 1
Inn, farinc-r ri'miltit. Investigate to- ,
Ice Creams Sodas
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1 in a marked degree. throughoutthe ill
f I I yours to Un general\ progressI. Stop STARKE'h

,' 1:: ljJ! ? :,( '? ': ti I Face Powders + section development fuitmoHt" and prosperity stands,' the of name'this.... :'' \ /

I Peek, ; I 1
of Comer L. "r'H"l1tIa)>/; .
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i Perfumes + Comer L. Peek with, nthor venturesome 1)0) ,

i YI. "plllls sttllttl. 111 till, w 1nJL1 ; t

I then un uiuKiilopuiI new counliyus .
early us. ISi': '. l'io\. HIUH to cuui-
..' Toilet Articles lag! I.LIU, hu was i'iij.am-iJ in lliubtucljll.tf ,
\ of law lit Jd..krtolivlll',
under lonnni and I HiiineH,. which. III
1 VO ULIOII lit uNu followed. Il.,13.. .

1 L.. ._ __ Later he uus one i>l thu first toteuch
f I Kodaks and KLhoul at. :bluiku.:
The sunburns and tans of summer In ln.>J bu' "1" i'd i "tIC f till'' .. I III
first realty oflitis, which. businma.. I i n t
usually are a social embarrassmentin
has continued succi-aalully throughout
September as popularity of summer these many years and. this ol- I I II

sports wane. Kodak Supplies fire during its timu ban.. be211: in.gtrumenlul .
": Fly nil means enjoy the outdoor lifer in bringing into out I j Cafe ,
country many of the today prosperous .- The Magnolia
during the summer, but for skin farmers and bUHineHJ men. I

r. comfort use creams, lotions and \1 There is no greater booster t'i.r
,1' talc which are cooling: soothingand this country anlong' ; us than Con er
healing. i L. Peek lie has. lived, tho "rca'-'
y part of his l.fe hire and wouf.1
f f fI fa PricesSERVICE
this. fi.r Popular
not chaiiKu country allY I
OUR J JI JI JI section ut' the. "1..1'',-'. 'I'iday ill 'I
Shake proper he bus mnituunBrandihildren
r / living, ho hi.nsclf
I lately having... tilubruted 'r.ii; 7'lh<: I AND COURTESY I Ir I

I bnthduy.bovuial.
PrescriptionDepartment ji-ars atfo I.e. won :IiUmry
I recognition" through two: ol Ins.
; I books, "I.iina Ca sv111. ,"' a st.ry' r i
ul the South, an I tephu. Jl.Kh- COIUUXTLY( I PREPARED( FOOllSI

I tower's. 1:"I>!!nlalle"." I
i ;Mr Peek, asbistcd by his con, J. : I III
I I... Peck, .still ciiiiiluttH his reuty:
i\ I business and will be jjla i to fur. II REGULAR 1\'IEALS---Slllt'T' ORDERS i Ii
nish prospective, settlers or '.1-
Your prescriptionwork I vestors further information upon l.

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is most important. '; Your Health where you can enjoy health, happiness I
I and prosperity to the fullest
extent.SKTTI.K. I I You Will
; Ilchind our remedies and supplies many years 1
Accurate and re- BMiDFOlU:; COUI ;':
of manufacturer's experience and experimenta- TY, f".OIUlJ.lvr:: :STliA'I'F.I I', II
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liable prescriptionwork i is not surprising that'census records show that I I II'I I l I 11 d II I
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the limit extends with f
increasing citili/ation
age .
i home City, a city of fine hum!", 1 Come AgainA.
because) people learn to take more and better care: t churches and schools. ., a city when. P t' t 1 LIII / i I r ril II III
specialty I
our of their precious health. I you w.llhke to live and where you

j| Let us help you in safeguarding your health. Do I can lame your) family secure in t'v' I

your part by purchasing; your remedies from the knowledge that the evils so oft"n : I '

PHONE 64 I I i store of reliable reputation. I prevalent unknown in fucturs--SETTLE the larger; centers are.\ r 'I.! WILLIAMS, Prop. I

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Soda Fountain A Position of Trust! Imported andDomestic

Both the banker and the druggist hold positions of trust in every
These Summer Days community. CosmeticsYou
Every; care and accuracy exerciser! in your prescription work.

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SECTION TWO Established! 1879. cription-For! Year $1.50( ; Six Months .>c.-1'a.\able j in, :lvuu-o K S. :\Iattht'\\} tll\nr:. 1'\tES; !9 I To IO

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Bradford County Leads'inAgriculture Bradford d d County t y Wants t More r eRe! a I f ill Hl H I,.

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PECANS POULTRY 1 I i1a l r 19t

jl' :N'; Brad,"rd nmnty there are hundred of acres The raising. of poultry in the intuit n.t. > \'.. ,
I ill planted. tn paper shell }pecans, some in largogroxeti added. impetus!! in .April 192(1(!, when the. county ,
WHERE THE FORCES OF NATURE HAVE COMIJINEl: : and earning for their owners $;,00i ricultural al'l'lltprrt'rled! \ plan. for ,It ..
I to $10.000 each nenson.! Some of these (groves cover
WITH MAN'S INGENUITY, THRIFT AND INDUSTRY ': 50 acre! and 1 more, while practically every farm the eggs!' for the farmer. Trucks now' call t
TO CREATE AN AGRICULTURAL EMPIRE.The : has ether a small acreage planted to pecan tree weekly' at a central pointherc the ''' )' i t
''or the spare around the home is shaded by these paid, tho: hurhe t mnrket price in cash, this
1 income-producer The' clay subsoil makes this !netting him :JO\ to :2"\ percent\ snore money., than I \
visitor through Bradford county will be well impressed i section particularly adapted. to the crop. For a der the old plan: of individual' < market ing. i

by the fact that it i is more of an overall section and 'safe, sure and\ profitable investment the pecan orchard ire sevirul poultry.. plants! within n shot I ..li : .1
n ft winner.. The trees are hardy, are not of Starke, one ,iiiiultrjnian, hating silt un\ar
)lias of a knicker section. Surely they find every advantage I affected by the temperature and they do not require success" with his fl..ck that more and "more t ,
to play also; but above all else they produce. | the care and attention needed for oranges and are going' into the egg! \producing rod 1 of the '
The country is not only a dream these days but has been grapefruit Another'.act in favor of the pecan i ithey hi w th considerable!. profit l'' raising/ on 1 IMIIAK I
'i affected. to extent by insect pests large or small seals has" been profitable. r-; r
are not any ; t'\SK: MH\.1'11 }IIFAVII
) to such extent that the has been
developed an production : ( the crop, I 18 not perishable, necess.tating sale soon comers are surprised\ at the ease with which
proven., after gathering. and. the nuts can he marketed. dinks are grown for the market practically. ,I II
Diversified }Farming.! I when the market i is favorable. year around. j i FARMINGI ;

Further the farmer has well learned his 1 lesson of nit">< con : :; t 1
y: omits thrntii-lii.. thu The energetic
year ,
fining his operations solely to such cotton ,)
one crop as or corn ;:,, '..... .:;,..'. aati'- farmer and 1 trucker can grow three to four distinct
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which had been in in 'In.-- th' e <;; :
system vogue many rl, :: : .. ," ".'r. crops' on tho same ground during the year.
past years. Here he sows and reaps many crops throughout I The Inl'lel'nl'.t. )' of products.. enables/ bun to select ,
Mich will best and bring tha 11I1(11t'still'
t the the soil and climate being fitted to all I an grow !
year, admirably of ho desires [In
t the purticuliir time year !!! to plant. I
manner of truck farming, fruit and berry growing in particu i Itrndfonl. it I is the common> saying "A farmer can .

lar. '., grow. an>thing hewishes.' ." ." And that Includes1 ,
1"1"I I Corn (Colton. peas" beans, cane, tomatoes, eggplant,
Leading include, cotton, sweet potatoes
I money crops corn beets' ', cablinge> Irish and. sweet potatoes. peppers "
beans, peas cabbage, the latter abundantly produced) t ciieumlierK, onions, lettuce, celery, cauliflower, rice, :, ,
onions, tomatoes, pecans, fruits of all Kinds and various, her watermelons, .cantaloupes' hay, oats!!, wheat rye. j

l, lies among which the section is particularly: famed asi; I
Triinsportalion! (lo M.ukrtsT'ie f J wi
strawberry producing area. In these pages; will be seen facts;
and figures regarding this production in agricultural line i '" four. Inns of railway across the county. supplies I
t right i-liipping" points to Florida and Northern '',;
,, which are the best evidence possible to convince you that you m.irkelK. Two. .of, these lines are trunk line railroads ,
can succeed in this territory and that as a consequence of be I running .dmctly I into tho !great cities, of the t .' ',,'1,
:North<; and. West, Jacksonville in one. of our bust 1
ing in a highly productive! agricultural section the towns t nearby markets. for perishalde crops" H ,.

which include Slurke, the county eat, must naturally flour when. the rand'\ work under the April 1 lUUrt\ band I f,
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ish. issue i n completed, llradford) county will, \ have 4'J'\ f
holes. of hard.! surfaced. 1 stats highway' :il'j miles of ,, ", .
It is a country of many crops and a country of prosperous 1
i hard mirf n-ed" ,I mum lateral roads, and ]H.t() miles, of x"I
farmers. We do not encourage idle real estate speculation as I graded' I luti.'r.il rends.. Every: put, of tho county i ii. ; r.I

much as we do encourage real and worthwhile settlers, men I Huppl.ed with n"a,ls. Bradford's\ ') road system!! nowover ; 1'S1
60) percent complete., ,sail,I tint oiilsido+ canner ". ,itft,
will and these acres (
who develop improve many, many
i tt I ionsilh' ,its st itc hii'hwtyft,: will !h.> finished within eq
into more productive farms. We need farmers. Heal farmer, ;'1 two years' I '1

need this country. Investigate today. Welcome to Bradford r'I
county. in- IIIHT: OF010: liEU: :" I I. louiiivs iniiItEANS : : :\ r 11 :NIRi I i 111\1.1'11: I I I r tl

--- The MuteItnaiM. .of Health statistics indicate !
thnt Krailford\ is among the healthiest counties of
EGG MARKETING: PROJECT Mr. Ward will endeavor to find a : IK\I> IN :STATE'iTEItlN.11t1AN aunty, agent whereby the the slate the state death. rate 'being'' l\I to 1,000 population .
FOR HKAUFUIM COUNTY: good ir.aikct, and has been offered EXI'HESS SIIII'\tESTS: TO lir.I.I": VACCINUKnoes : 'ill sond n \. to" in,i" "MM to., vhilv} lirsdford, county' rate i> S.

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Fla.rrStarke a special rote to Jackson.: ; is i c vie .1 "'
Starke of Commerce is backing Chamber an Mile if t.c: express uujircsa> : handled justifies Two I'niking. houses I'.einu: :Made at,11 j i', t.. 1 I I.., i "ti,. i t < .. :1--,-..-..-..-..-.-.-..-..-..-.-..-,-..-..-..--..-..-..-.- y
i Ready to Handle the 'lo- Starke, Fin.--Arrangements have Mr. Word IHTII doing f,,1,1I
egg marketing plan fostered by' it. 1'oultrymen of the county rm \ tiring veterinarian would' Imve t > ITU of. tlio county in six days an
K. F. Ward county agent and It, will be urged to produce good q-ial- male Crop. 'I teen made with the! state livestock, of this work' nt "i price' \"' < lunge: for (th.IV'\ ik, and It'll' ,".t't '. amount" equal'I to more than his 1 s
ia expected that eggs, will be mpr- ity eggs and will deliver them in '' .anitary board, by R. I F.Ynrl, i ruts/ PIT hoi, li Ij;, i I' than a mated thai ho II.IH.IM,.1 tin" fu; 'in- .slaty' for month..
bean shipments
Fir the fist 15 days ,
keted by th'a flan in a short time. :Starke: on Tuesdays and Fridays. 0 ytt"
The will furnish Announcement of the plan hni have topped the list of true I 1.
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cases, pay the! express, and mar already resulted in a considerable beinghipped nwuy express - -
ket the eggs for a charge of 5 increase In prices for eggs offered total of 1,110 crates being shipped, '

cents a dozen. I by local egg dealers. Tomatoes are beginning to rime in | I IllT
to the shipping platform with indications the past thirty years a Starke Booster''

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ing next week. Acreage planted to ;( !
DAIRYING STOCK RAISING tomatoes is reported heavy, and it I u
Is believed the yield will be better' J. F. KICKLITER >
DAIRYING and stock raising in Bradford ii still i than the overage year. II ft
,ty: even though there exist more i To handle the packing of tomatoes .
opportunities in these two lines than any other this season, additional space )I.
county, due to its location and natural advantages. | has been secured near the shipping!
Dairying has not gone beyond the point of supply for accommodating more
ing other than the local territory, in spite of the platform I
fact there exists a market in both Gainesville and | workers in sorting and wrapping the SIAI'I.KAND: FANCYr.KOCF.IUKS : ... ftn ('01)) VI 'ICY ,I'UOIH'CE, ; "
Jacksonville for milk and cream. Climatic conditions |Ithe tomatoes brought in by : Rlts : I
and soil adapted to growing of grasses and farmers. This vegetable will 0 Y
forage crops summer and winter makes an Ideal I carefully graded and shipped in .... \\1IOI.KSAI.E/ / : & RETAIL. ;' '
situation for the cattle man. With the natural pas j refrigerator curs to market. r I I
t turage this section affords, aided by velvet beans, The movement cf perishables ii n.nt'n-Flmn '1'11' :: IIIMIEST. ;:- MAUKl-rr i
peas Japanese cane, millet, sorghum, crimson clover I reported as follows: tics
i\, chufas and peanuts, this county places on the
Irish potatoes, 280 crates. SKEDS PKICEH' :t AI.WAYSnnn
+ local markets as fine beef and pork as can be pro '
Beans, 1,110 crates
i\.. duced. Stock is being gradually improved year by I' Trade at Home with I
Cukes, 09! crates.
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year and there are now in the county herds of high IIItlN i; IN YOUR
grade stock used mainly in dairying and in supplying Squash, 218 crates.
t4' the home with milk and cream. There is no Strawberries! 710 crates. ULES IN SEASON
season of the year when pasturage is not available." Tomatoes, 2 crates. Reliable Home MerchantsI'WlueCE
Beets, 23;; crates
((1 GRAPE CULTUREOne ,I 1 1our

of the most, promising industries of the 'THEP.K: WILL / ISO 1i
county ill that of growing the improved varietiesof REACTION IN FLORIDATie ;
f. grapes. for mark.'t Grapes; thrive wonderfullyIn
our soil and clini.ro] :. coming into bearing the sec. I I
ond year, and. yield, heavily. In addition. to the : Wall Street :Magazine, under t
small plots planted, f<.r home use!! there is a vineyard t recent date, had the to"+owing to SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
several nires: ''n extent northwest of Starke, say relative to thf Florida boom:
the owner showing by accurate. record.! of expensesand
receipts\ an average profit of $J50:; to the acre. I "Flond-i has developed with a
These grape rune nn the market 30 days before startling rapid:ty in the permanenttype best advertisement
any other sect on nf the country can produce them, I of COll8tru:tion. In other!
the harp rrurl.-t' uarnnteeing top prices.. The crop j booms speculators had been con
"y In I disposed of at mi-sent bv trucking to., the markets I 'tent with putting: up temporary
., R of Jacksonville and Gainesville making both citiesin structures.
to,< u few hour"' time t "The boom In Florida is not arti

t tI' ficial, it U founded, upon three
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"3. Short route to the world's
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. "'[he boom has been going on Vnf of Always

i I 10 years, end each year it seemi i
to have a greater momentum than
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the previous ;year.; The questionis
'I'I often asked: ''WI.en will the
I saturating point bo reached l' Each HighestQuality U Correctly

year this point has been predictedfor
t the succeeding year, only to bt
followed by; a heavier building and

development! program. Priced
! "There will be no reaction In

Florida as a whole; there: may be a iI i iI
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I Many Crops Throughout the Year Assure Success I'

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Straw berry ShortCake I I

by Millions Ij.e At Y Yollr Service !

Bnulf"i-d, county is known a* oi I ,. iri.\M.r in Hade county wh ,

fiiiitiiitf the leaders in strawberryjtri'dmtjon. ,market, hi-, entire crop from ten.

A late extract from a'rs in :Miami each season. They:

the Florida Grower" says ;in url man has oJ! more than $70/Niu

Growing strawberry shorttake worth of strawberries during the ,
fill.-r by the, many million quarts. last ten years. During favorablencasuns
n profitable, l acriculturul enterpriseIn I he has raised crops txIrrvo ,
IIIl'i">rough, Orange, Bradford, i BRADfORD COUNTY
Oe.lii., ] III: rdec" PC Ik, I"uscoIn': ,- as 10,000 quarts to the acre :
m e. and Dado counties Florida j as a result of the practice of very \ ,
mi lIdu"tryhkh: is largely a I I intensive\ method I II II \ 'p :;t::, %
f"mil\ hii-inesc" a project which al. I II
Wa.'- > < Man, attracv've mom-la*..' I I
Theniir<> certain! epochs of the ,: t ICU;: .\ Hl'SY! ST.\HI\1I 1-: i T
American menu which we consumer j RETAIL :STOKK; ':
b','k forward to, year after I --- I II
>, :,1r. h",r example( I most everybodyanticipate I An I among( the most successfuland ,
-" the ripening of the I \('ry busiest of Starke's many: ,
i if what i i. known
retail enterprises
('h'rr'I'I''h/' and apple crop I,
'Ins Over.streft'n, a modern and
The, I. forward to
> k the nppearii / I
well stocked carryinK complete :
!" c of i green peas, swi-i't corn aii'l I
lima I lw- tho market. Dut lines of all "toIelnd, fancy
on 1! The Set of Rec-
tin' (I'.'.'. agricultural product' groceries, cured meats, fruits und, ,I Only Complete
which than vegetables; in sunson, confectionery
are appreciated more STIVVF.RRiES!;
nil other" arc watermelons andftr.'iuberrirs. and kindred goods ords in Bradford CountyWe
The strawberry A delivery service is maintainedfor jj-WKNTY C! years ago Bradford<1 county was \\f,,1 t,. '.\nr farmers to other truck crops. The larger
fh''.rt rake in an epicurean! institu- the convenience of the housewife largest strawberry producing ti.. n in this country. Everybody also. :Mr. and :Mrs. Chns. Ov- the world, shipping a solid train 1 load < ;' ;In- "..Irkc.!, better prices are assured and theI.Jrt.
berries to tbe northern markets daily during ti. .i. almost unlimited. We
are do
iivuiteiiuerly. i, the strawberry ifaoii erstreet, ore always to be seen on not rccomiii -
main shipping season. Today it has fallen to rand ""!'! the. !i-.anting; of strawberries to the exclusion
lifter the
HOIIwives nsid ; the job in looking Boost for
set pri/ person
place, with Stnrke and Lawtey the two Ui" Always
f other truck crops, but a small acreage! planted by
," f..r during wants of their many parlous
r. tryout ,
shipping points. Two causes enter into l II/ri"* ,
th"1 < ; each farmer isI paying investment. Prices on the
ni'nthu. when the luscious seeing! to it that these! are accorded its lead, other sections going into the r\'itjt i > C",f luciil nlitf.'rm< during the I'.iZ'S: season ranged from 1
ar'n the market. Millionaires: I, every service find courtesy.,, Attending berries on a huge! scale nnd. the changing! n'\.( \bv> -I" :L1.! t to. gl2 00 !per 32-<1u"rt crate.ry Bradford CountyIn ,
J"'Y>;' a- hid, as $1 l a quart for 'I-c| I to the I business in person "",, J
It rlirt slr..wl-erries: shipped/ from' the.," naturally c-lminnte much overhead
1'I l"rnla which arrive nil the tat I I expense and! are able to furnish
rrn markets before Christmas, n" I the public with highest srrado.
n rule, lai-h year. Our Fourth of merchandise at prices that are unI -
Ji.ly fun i-ickern and our straw- I niiinlly low. \Vhile\ already hand- I II
the Heart of Northern Florida'sGreat
|I". I ir> -I.oi": d.!! e! season' lire eheri"h- i lint' .1111/>' / d'nt' : a big business( in II I
ed tlir.,ii-'r-.i ut the whole UnitedState .I flours, feeds, etc., :Mr. OvcrKtrtetannounces I ; '
-- ;and always will be.When I that he hn also arranged I'I I I Truck Farming Country
you mention cummorei f.r ,seeds andlocks are ordered
--lra t" \ !t'eriy farming in I Florida, ,I f-ir full planting. I
the a.ii.iiriPMVOII- usually vis'.uil- i I Mr.I Ovorstreet started this store ,
i/i 1 tli,. t Mstry,| as centralized about ono nnd ft half years ago at
r iiind I 1'l.uil'' City: in Ilillsburou1)couiily. : ') 1hkh I lime he 'ettled\ here, cnmintr
True to tell, Plant City : from Georgia where he was engaged .
!If the largest! o-rnnized( cupp/! ; in other business. Iii r5s.

r lire in t ti.'' Fl' ri.la | enin-'ilu, ; In this comparatively short space '
Ii'e., \I r. "r, 'a't j p., tl.i-, -t, "i't of tune, he humade a marked, sur- Investigate-Today
: i i i,"I. berm'whdo. H" .1-Ifi | C"IIh'M' business and has beunme -
"nl., Oras i-i n>-.-. .-Ion, IMNI, beo .-- widely and favorably, known
'It-h, :Mannt.MIMK.. [ I'.is' ,r.,. lIa,'- ': throughout the whole county from
d.! and" I'l' ..| r., "t i ntse.lead 1 l in which the tore is to.la.v. re.'iiing. \ : V.
e"IIII11l'r".1. I I'T.' .\ 1m SDI'ttltl! ) ('ul 111.1IEIWY( ; : rvicn.' .. ,.
I Cuitntv\ anBi.! J.I 'f! <,1 (t'" n'\ IMV m.-nth.

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t > :Malpiis opened the present i
1 e to the public in September of ..
Y l !> "> and during this comparative, '
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I c.hort spare of time ha-< made, i : .
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miirked l succem" of (th!:,. li'is'ncs' I
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I is nriginnly fivm' \ I Nike (City, It! .
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011 1 i ..n. i 1'.1' r t tinn.ifi, I Seeing the opportunities
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I t.it. ?n,01 I Ito'' t" far! i.ft' lion I'l- ;: I

I' .iI!!n:> IIIV) "ollc ,.1' OUT 1 bi.IIHHIv'V' lu. the nrmy officer-) Iriving hear I ,, not slow to invest. The. I result I .I
that she has today, n successful\ I
u!I'" and, in feet this section )rank about the system and 1 arc c'onRtJlI1t'j : : I I I I
j ( and one of the finest of
inn "i-'J.\>\' tlie: loaders! us. a pccun prodm I ly sending! orders. ) I i t
IIII' | kind in nolthl'n;; Florida small Running!
/rig. oction. Ono of our finest : I I c i
l A. L. Scott win rated as 01'" \\ *. The restaurant is a real I
examples; < i i. seen above, the hone t
und pctan (grove of 1 V. A. Scott, of tho pioneer settlers, of this lo. It city. I
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which' was started by his. father, uility. Ho settled here as <'Ill'lyS :-; ; i Lnuderdnle-Six:; : rum-run. ] I Like A Clock / 1 I i

the Irate Itr.A.) L. .Scott, of tbis 11<"4. F. A. Scott and his brother, ] ( boats. for: | risuners and
city. Ceo.; p. Sent: to and, ) !\ I ''' than 1,000 sacks of I I i t
lay; own oper. ro liquor I You hllhI'd)
'' :\ it said "Tinoil;l I 1..1;.I is running; like a ,'Iwl'-nllIl, t
Taking nn nverare, estimate overn ate these properties and have lately; : captured by the const gu irl! t i I
usually" it in i llowcvt-r. unless'; oil. \Ii-\.\ Lora, cli.-inircil, regularly; liolta,. t '
period of the )past ten years! they I opened n new restricted, residential. 00-2)3) between Ghoul nnd I I r rI
have un average of $20.01):!( ) ) per tree ,' subdivision, Scott's Subdivision In "(atr"i, : ) !' Creek, sixty, miles\ smith" i I I litIitnetlmliu) ... incut .> nijuli-\ and axci-ajrc" ; |prtrbalIon'' taken to Koop) ,

production. Some trees here bear the city proper.I These properties here Thursday, : night, IW"IIrlIn.1 rhanim: in 1 first riasvunditi"M' t llio car may: !he even" I then piling .

ns h'gh as! ISO:; to :200) pound, I in part front 1,11 the main pitvod, | word, given out at const gu.ird' I MJI damages to partsliich ilentsally, are" piling to he' expensive.: .,;
)0' A. Scott has: followed l unique,) highway approach the city. .11, ( here tc-day.'h' men and l li-v # L

pinrkctini, ,systcri for his pecan I building< on this land, in course ur., v/orc inken to :Minim' yesterdiy. ,
product through\ a mail order, nyR- !' construction.. ( is. seen. in this :N.sac'i I : i Your Auto Service is Let '
I h'l11.hi<-h is netting him as a i and l thr<><. more are to bo erected ,, in : l;:, Important f

: grower excellent returns.( Through shortly.! In this subdivision, }proper .)'(, Real Starke i I
advertising ho has now built III'| a there are' 2* lots taking in two city ;
regular mail order,! trade in five and 1 ))0,1 ks, :-i 1 :Id', nl location for resi.ilonces. l>" 1 Band Is Formed '
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ten pound lots which! ordersvh, '' -n :Mr. Scott, who ha" )pro '- __. I Ii {
delivered! invariably arc' the cauvo ticnlly lived, here nil of his life, "us )? = I Sterns' I
1 I i t late nicdiiir' I Hui li.inibcr Garage
i'f nll'\: \y more order", Tllelny the! ,, formerly in the! drug business. at I 1 I(
pecans from this! grove are being, J-'tiirke.! I : "IIlnmlll'I""t, -d,I .lijno t.ward, '
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)purchase of band instrument'!
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the :Siiirke;;: band, the city: conn-'" i !
ITS 101'K TOWN MOW SEICVICK STATION( : i 1 i Do Your Work!
iioosr FOR) IT INSTALLS: ITMPS: ed ',; I having appropriated a like sum. j I ; ,,

--- I in i J 1 I : '\' of tho )proposed 1 "ulhll.| t
Breathes there n man with soul so Our, latest l business addition, the! !.! \, secured 1 an instru, <'ti' "r ,.'''i 1 .

dead, new t.ar"C(! Station on tho \ ; ] 1 secured additional! f'trids' "" ,.01-1
Who never to himself! hath avid. ; highway: is now ready< to serve! the I toward! )purchase of the nisi HI- :, Expert Workmanship Correct Charges
This Is my own, my native town ,.. I
tmd Workmen been busy the ; i \ < and uniforms. :Stnrke's fir-t I
And, those things that I 1.1"' for progress .
past week installing pumps, gu.' < was formed\ same'" :iO! ycirs:
!'! are tanks, etc., for handling< the Sin- t' 1 hit: of this'" number, only one'
The things I should consider, a dnir Company products! I'' : l !\ ( : ', in M.irk. today, due) nf I It : We Handle Exide Batteries I II
And further; I really help myself.. in This; new business''' is owned by : ; t leaders" nf. tau ulil. liandvi:" "

the main when I boost my I James \\' ckhum, who hm been op. :\! ; : :; : ? h I'oweb: )now. on tb" ed l.irial. I
townSend (ruling a like station for the past : ), \ of I tli.' TniK-.l'nio-i.; A" .t':'], 1 I t'I

a copy of the Booster.. Edition, two yours.. on the main! Jacksonville' :t i ," I i 'I! t I.H-, the, nc\v band :Stike';\ I I .

north highway: near Baldwin.I ".. i 'i ', i .,' .. ""." +iiiu-n, < inn- wli I 1t .
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I I'MCMIt( : \IKICVM ; l'IOIlI'Ii( : ; : : 1 lie I latest 1 and,,,,, nnwt.. Inglilv 'improved per:
I : \ ius.\i; /.i.v i SID; :: IIKICK!: )urn' hinrry for tin1 I work. I lam iKI man of. army \ears of MX*

Groceries Fresh fruits Vegetables Etc. I It i is nn obi. 'olaMi' ,_ln-'l, ho'i-e; ; ,pi'ru'firn. having 'been\ oonncc'to'ij 1 1I 1-1i -
'I 1 ;Loh. : loadn .
I i HiiJicry one our having been tailed ;more u; tlinii I j I with awns of the.. hugest( baking .
j"".";trii-s, is in ,itM'lf a good" ad.in twenty year> < iii", Lend during! thu, i I I'irniM in the state its a baker for
I for' ,:Starke: and! this ,
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; time np"'rat'd undi" r 'iff. "rent" own ,\cars )past.I .
Geo. Snellgrove I I .1-I ,i1' ..it'; plnduets' are genin I erships. Its Id and noteworl'ivmice '. I I A fide I, from, I tho uxiiid "cake, plea,

!' 01"|"eni,,iinl, 1. not. only. among. "" .. ', ...
ii I I in i e i I I.ro people but 111.- abfiiit tarn ears ago when ( lie ''r'v-< plant' 1111. .I capiicily,' t of. about 700)
Take Souvenirs of HrauTonl l' ounty, I'o.t Cards, Etc., I Hi., ,f smaller!, { .
I i adjoining ent owner and iii.-iii.ii'er:; II. K.I I loir i' per day. His n am )prodii, : t,
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i er" t olilllii"' lireiifl" i ii lod.-iy! '
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Gilnes\ile Hus Line Tickets' for wile here it t
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work ant oils and greases are carried, with
\ ,' U' iiuuin.'r of auto repair making a lender of
t f.,r its reliable n"a specialty ofbuttery Mr.: Sterns
nil makes <,.' makes a pniticiilar Giant tires and. lubes! which are
r- "sv ii : n"r uoik un recharging, rebuilding ,
< l'i.v hiisinc'-s, is i> owned nod work the exclusive said 1 to Ic the lasting thing in nuts
J & an ubVi' : \ etc. Tin;; have construction! well adapted to
S i *J .1'. ',1 1 tV.. A. Sterna the well known nnl! tiro
: ) r- I ., .i'. wl l n s. .i/printfiids} th'1 agency for Kxlde Hnttcries. our roads and climate:
liv.ks to ,it'r.1t md'h in demand\ Is a man who has mad!
lgl'J' ? '" 'n i l' i-i' >n and M> for buttery work is I :Mr. Sterns
+dw I r R) ".n'" The equipment and from whom bigger
\ r ti a'I 1 arc ,nrr'n,'dei 1 cvorvi'd allows for eight (good hero [
+ .xa '* *"" t ."f m di-rn t.pe be expected in the fu-
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U.tttrrt >.'r\it'. a Feature. tubes!, gas ture.
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1 i ,.1.\(I ni,HMD': '' till trees ere'' iirvaj! on f"\11' .1110- guviin.siu- I: v !
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t 1'" t \i r in '" 11 -.ma urun.e', l' tlm pi! 'ryimnn' t Cy
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I"'r.: h.i. iiu; '-, ieiiu. "t'.. >ii uty of john.. Tit is i ..?muf tlu"UniriT I I Goods :

mmercialmrsi"it11. -. iii'r-ines." of the .ilitiuti !: Quality ,
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... Lute) i i is of a corner' .f the i : .
I .. t1. work I is a 1',1..ticula.h"hhy !
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9 MIteaidl'n'e i 1".1"'.. milts vvi-t of llamptm.IIIL of II. It. Wiggins, thc I owner I II I Correct Prices :

,(\\ ; *-alMii ia oriing'1" until I nut operai.oi'I I

; Items, Milkhuiisf and i'ure" 111" '" Jersey Herd Hull\ atGrein's ,K I :-'OS t SEHVICE : 1
Slarke. :' I:UN'S: : I, \H \t ; COrilTEOUS
; Hairy Near ..IONKSIIAIUVAKh: ; : ,\no SEltflC'FThe : 1
coon j
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that limo, riiinmenced, with but, nlew :-;ll.tFl'I;:; I, SI'AUKB I casual \;aitor or traveler MKM.: STAPLE AND I FANCY :
This louiitv p' ::ig pnitiiular ErtIU'HISI': : ;. 1IIK MAM.NG( = or \ \VE; IIANDLi: 1 1.t
", ...ndnpud' to the siudHsful raising I cows ht now has fortyfivproducers I hr ugh nay unlity bv, nutnmobil" itempting I

of all tango crops, enjoyim' I three houses, intluding In Ill! lines of commercial and. I kea to hove the a-<'trance that' t tinder, Juicy Steak' ur savory, GROCERIES ,

mild: winters, wh'-rc feeding! is not his own residence above, nnd cultivates igncultural pursuits, we find! ex- nod nnl reliable nut service .t t roast.. I is the chief dish I
cool I uf suciess nehiet )!!\'. vniluble. meals
necessary and ntres. Ho runs ellent ( example 1 ,I of our heartiest
Bummers, It follows: that the dairyIndustry about eighty in this vicinity to quote in this In this n-piet again Stnrke is .
may be conducted heirvery two milk wagons making two trips issue.. Among those Mho haveInde I\niong; the leaders and. we mil ourcutters and Grocery !

profitably. daily! ; to Stn'ko consumers and, 1 1i ) nn outstanding success at I' attention in particular to I M Highway Market

More and iiiire are grnlunlly, \ engaging i those of the other smaller\ adjacent SIll r!.I' is lu Witt C. Junes, owner \ihat ii known as Stern's fiara;n ,

: in this necessary branch ifagriculture. towns in this, and Clay county. Ill* and operator, of the Hardvvnr) ncatcil on the main highway and W. :M. EDWARDS, Prop.
A good example' to market is I right IlI'r"lt home. tore conduct I Bt Suii'ko under cno of main street intersections' I I I

quote In this iss, 'It' is the aburodairy finds the land yielding! wellin ho fume name. 1 Green's Green better and! moro ,, The business which has been op- ... -..- -.:
fnrm kno vn nt of forage impsanil There. Is no I .. -.----- "
the production ,_._ --
Dairy, seed.I and npi-rnted' bv I is planning to use his en- tvidevMike; booster amoniU>I than I ..rating here for the pat four years .:.-..-.-..--..-'-..--.....- _._ -- -- --
\ now .
L. It. li!m M. :Mr. fircen" started ( tiii, ,roago to feed his growing HiASitt C. Joiic'ft. lie is n native iR well known to mo'orists! of this! -
here nti. IL v .i,'". small) s" al<* t l if this locality, has lived hero: nil -
I hi. 'it;: h\' here anilt ( ,
I whc-ie prospered
nine yeni''< "IL'O."' an nf hia life, has
._ .. .__._.._.-..hI would) nut ih.itic'1 (his l lord i : I' .
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I Steam Pressing Co. 1 I'niled Hitoro. States reprr-tit-, >.\t" '\'lhill' I.

the h.ndWiiiv -
that ,it is up to date in
I line. Largo and variedto 1 ;i,.<

,. J. I rank Ihnnian, I'rciprleti, Starke, I'la. I It of nil manner of light and Iv3" I'I'd r
t riJKNC'H: DRY) CI.EMN I (! hardware, builderB supplies paint, adillac

52:> ails., varnishes tools, sportir t
WIIIIf' \1.11-"" !rouND "ELI\'EHEII-l'hnne foods'' farm implements, etc nvetarried

\ Our fork Will :Siieak; Tor It.rif-!! Wo Cater to All Bradford nod l mild nt prices thnt mmI ,
County 'Trade.STARKE. I are well with any of our laiuci"

FLORIDA : centers.
This ia the Ratio Age and tins and
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this> f.ut. Th.y hnndlo! the w
known Atwutcr Kent, Cm-liv, I f
:Splitdorf: and 1 Stewart-Worn*r

stt"! and, carry these sets with noenvy -
r- e equipment in stock. Studebaker The I'nit; Hulk one

I In addition. !, Mr Jones is our 1,mil The Standard of the Profit Car

I Funeral I'ircctor' and hm for this World.

MILKfrom purpose nUa" adequate\ equipment.
,I In charge of the store proper os

\ manager Is 11. M.: Snyder, unuthernl
who has now been with
>l.> man
I the firm seven i years', well kno/ vs AUTOMOBILESLet

( the train f"\" I i ill well and fiivor-' /

Ii'e known 1 h v the trade."
Mr: Jones stinted, this store '- I

u con years ago and) luring thss"jcnri II

has built up n fine business r I

which is a credit to himself andj j
to the town. 1
Contented This being sentlnly nn atci1ulturnl !-

di"triit it follow thnt -ill I
of farm machinery i Is constantly in of these
I manner ride one
in demand.\ c\Vitt C.I us give you
Junes handles the well known International -
Harvester lines nr.dthcra.
quality cars

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between the rows \
nuts planted
Five hundred acies of upland

()n Milk and Cream rll.\Poet'T\v(,. i>It In can ndn\l sweet. and.potatoes.Oil \ fifty aires. ...r'I I A Model to Meet Every Demand

hltl..lr".1 acres of siitrnrcan'1

h'tn'itd, \ nil01 of sorirluini I ITo I IJ1

an 1 TV\n.* ,' >,il\ rib''on\ : cane. I I

front Tli.,. i then I I'll ai res. on the farm I
this ),.1\1' include 100 acres of i J1

nip,. for p.,iultrv, feed and !pasture, ,

"1 i I- ..i i li,..i-h potiitopn, 10 acres
.. garden patches..
: ..1. 'ik ana
front, ,' n few rows to 2i'> .
i nC TO each of t enns, lur'I FOWLER
:" nor m I R.
imlMrsquash. and other" J. .
!10'I.,' I. \
fire en's DairyDaily M'I i,.tnblind ,a.
j .\ h.Tinro some. of last year'r"p <
| i the!fnrm'prodiution.- fi" n -.. an suggestion. GAINESVILLE FLA. .

) If- .. tl I a'id,, pounds rf ri o. ,
nnd,1 bu-'hels of swt -t
r ,if''i'ti th" I-

} pot.it.'i'-i iI
flllod. tt i", Phone 300
1'I i"ir I 1-,1"" < n s IPS
corn, .r'.1 li'xas\ > seeded cane
hi,. .. ,hui, died\ and forty hog.
Delivery to h'it 1 1. red.
and\ doyen egirs mar
Tvv ho tin"" '

kit.dTh.I... farmers hnrvist. .I II Everything for the Automobile
Heightsand \ mnvi i i t
Hampton, Keystone and 'helled 1 1.00, husheU! ..f e't' \ ., .
vet beans, fiOo b. 'hols of field! pen' .

and,! ". "" ? ...t..I'. uf I"r '
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}. C. MANNINC: : :' :, ( (.tW)( KUYl : his. Pe-son ''lity, i.iotliocl and l li g(m- duccd and at which time\ Mr.: Man-: thi'y( will continue to come. li.i\o ever applied at any one time. Will Do Your Work ,t'_ t
'(OI) 'UL.Alt Willi 'H.\lIr 1 : i ril: business nci'n-n, has! l'roFpcr-' ninpf as an adi'orti. !ement rcI\I""o', :More visitors spent Chrlsmai' in Coming and going: nt the( usual rato I
cd.I certain' stnpi-, : articles at coat tn Florida in I''i5 1(: than ever foasteilin I three million:! can bo accommodate, I. I'tl
Well Known ui 'the 'heap( ('ashStore' with all I ('IWCltlrnltl". hutat home idea: n foreign land\ in I limp of eacl'. increased;\
| Hi hel\cs are loaded Florid.I's population
1 trnilf. Florida fed 101'0'iMilOl's this
I I manner/ of ulapic and fancy grocents and tr> stimulate cent\ in the List five yenrs.
and inter than tile Rreatost numberof lcr Cheaper and Better
'onf fruits
i tionery
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retail business have made unii'iinl
One of our flourish'ng soldiers thnt ever took )part in :More :Invei-tors
OFt.ild'xhmentthat Is most M'Ki'table-i in nougon, flours ford, Flo' i Ida Visitors Prove any nuncio! battle\ in the woild's I profits in Florld.i.! during\ th"
the of( seeds! etc., niivl in feet over>thinrfI thnn in other
widely pntronized b.\ people hiotory. lant two years any t E
this section and tli.it, has boon serv.ing I in these: lanes: needed by the country ; Slates Attractions\ One-third na many people spentpart lountry on this' planet, i iFI"'hla t
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the trade fur more than twenty or city has an efficient (govern.ntcnt -
HY NATHAN :MAYO of this winter in Florida aj
cnrs with ever incr..n InK successis | .\ son, \V. C. Manning!, nVjly n'ists *- States economically ndminlsleredutiht .
} the Cnth Grocery known OMJ. I him in! tho b\1 111"B'. I Commisgioner of Agriculture"Knowine there were" in tho United won and\ t has no ttate debt, has millions ifu
when independence tens
C. MunnlnK'a: : Cheap Cash Store 1 .\ ..1iv'rRervl'e! for the conen'r'iH' t in the, treasury and, y('t is spendingIS,000,000 t
inrluilos rccnitnizcdnnifini'
... A mer <'1\ first'1 the :ftnrs and :Ptrpoa ,
:Sir. :\Iann'ng1'lll! ('<1 here moro : \ of the trade i ia liJ..ewi I sovoreiffnties of the $ ( a year for education' ;
l the
lninintnintd.. A fcatur of this knowing Florida. Mor penile UM.OO'').
than twenty yours ntfo, cnmllt th I ,> school population Is ,
from ColumLI.countr., Florida.V\ < business well knoun anti l lfur looictIl are studying Flomla, than.. are" di's ;. f-r. risitt". Tinlnte'.i: i'\pen! 1 lures nre 11. I
1 1'1.0! ; "
other country 01:: H "ius' '' "f Ih.s pKMii-"n
rponoil this bnsincs.tr\ tlv trade at l by t'.e choppers! i k "l1l'clnl sltlestny ,. r""nunir, houses\ iiilil.dilll' OM fond. i.pads, ; the eounti'' '
interest I rhiiiatv, which In<'l\.11 nlhol..I" t
1 = I i I" n piru
that time and l Ms tv.slncss: due\ to : which nr; O"cr.slnnullr! ) intrnnusii '- ,. % .dcnc-i, willmerminlr ale pi "nd, I..M twin' tins amount on
'lual n'--.il. :f So; \< a. Its the lui- tiit-i' 1 and prinb res "
Ian| laic" inh.il.it, (II" pi ,r I llu nul- if plnptly' 3 )M I ,rol.I 1 ..ino into! litunce! or in- \ J" F.
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'.. .... -. ":'!..':""""' ...! 1 ns da's,will unto winter the". !111nll(comfortwhit(.' !I-M os hFloe IrvI. ll'ioi'per night M : 'n11''-,;' 'i.:t m"i" thin 1"0)I. n, la' !

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1::1 Trading* and Shipping Center for a : I I t tt

t'I I Auto Service i Rich Agricultural District I: I I t Wagon Work I I\-\

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/ Starke Service The Heart of Starke's Section Restricted. Residential I. ,I FARM MACHINERY REPAIRS I

StationJAMES I

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WICKHAM, Prop. F. A. SCOTT !i r

FLA.F. We Join Bradford County

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t The Land of Opportunity Where Crops Never FailStarkc

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--in'.in, five' i rates' shipped, to :N;>wYoik S'IKUMtKIUi'S: : : :; !IOU Vl.l. ii 'ilttI( r 1110

Is Laying Truck Prices; Good ) April iird: netting him $131- MMts: :; or inn <.o"n)".
nj.! I I'm1 other crates +w, ,
Plans For A Big i I \pril I Hull!. ,netted him $ :2.00.! ( The A real credit, t t" :take'\ .n<> t t1uirmUH .,, .A
1 1'.1' ., -t shipment sold) \ for $1 a quart, \ retail pHtali'i-bnn> .t i t t'' .' Y} -trig 'Pr
.nil.au: K'l'mt' COc, 70c und
laini'ix; / V< "nr the second
Celebration ,,
Road "d! f.1' lh,1'i prdut.. <, and ", ire met 1.1. ref, nil) ofhiii I iloinR :
"i' i pia" j" i 'c inut.|
I in, ",u..0'. in, tiiim" tin,' n'turns\ t fir, I 'I'.1. Terry, of Lawtcy, who had ,, a fino bii'-im -s, \\III, h t'
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.Miirko hits i.mieil\ vome" ".iI- : \PKt--t.iMes. } are the last) ,
lnpmont lh I acres planted) to sweet corn .dune) < is sufficient e\'idenoof( ilu
i.il.le;, fanv. for it, < ,'"II'I.li"1" 1,0 it in ycnrs.' In wi.rkinit up thenutter j ear, reports a return of $22.r>0 for -
; -ei tion bring in n | u. "perot.nlithium
I i I Id in the past years its first \beii fur the new imuklet beingissued the 20 day shipping uonson.
r hill on the "Fourth ofInly follovMnir \' ihnmbcr ofciiiiiniprcc In (addition to the corn shipped, and slated) t III i be moreo.. '
the close of the W"I'I.IVIII'. ,, i by the Sturko snub instances :Mr. Terry had) sufficient left) to Among the lending stores, lint h rA .
of thnl war, the some three mul.\ seven months A .. .
veternns feed .
fir wore found) and will ho given to I me that can compare! well with .in.f r,
sp.'ini-'h-Americiin' 'i conflict, ami the show what this section l bran> crop followed the corn.Hnoch ,
tho public to > the larger centers, is the model\ 1
\\.ir' br' I wren! the States: In which will yield to tho hands, of in- Oriffis, of Lawtcy, shipped I ( ''}G
of sweet corn from ind. -t.-hte, well1\ 'i k.1.) Ii
1 t tli (Confederates Tin I'Ydernls ilii'-trioii". farmers. Thin list is bfno 2,000 crates up
.". .,,, ,,1. menus complete) but only those :'JO!() acres last season netting him ;nods CHtiiblir.hiiunt) : UIVAII', .1,
I'l.ms,,, fin1' the Fourth of July this! instnnipH' which, were reported tj. I mi nn average, of $2 n crate. the 'Sternherii'i.:: ," \\'hi i. h mum; iractUT.lly l- ; .'! ,
shares.Another q 'IfSa
-ludeB -monster road coloit the di-i"ri'tary. ,crop being grown on ,
u.u in who hid ; u !iou.i. chill \\ ad' 1 .111,1 1
i fin ili. Albert Bronkc planted) one-half I.awtpy grower I ,
commemorating (
> n / with his corn ), and) patronised, I bthe piP
and) started) shipping splendid) 1 suciecs
of beetn
; Hood 13 t
'''ni lelion of Slate: in whose I _'. 'I''
;| The beets nitted him ]last year in J. T Moore! 1'1! from many miles a,1 uintn
March 20. (i "rap
>!,,\\illr, giving u hurt) Hurfnccili' him $100 nn acre. ami it-t .>.I l ',
':J! irate first of the season and ntIhe 12 acres netted) >iisinesft ill! oiv.:id of| 'i c -
.nl fur the entire distance from ilosp) April 21:!, had fold beets Fort>one head, of hug" were fatten- :Cat Rlernliprir, viii w:,- tli. .,i 1" tr.il ,'
M.nke to ..JIII'kIlOn'iICommit\ I lo local( ) and, outride markets to (i>d in the field) after the shipping! organizer uf t .e busitus' "i'ifteen i\,, .
to will be appointed) nt the next. Jar net amount of 17800. This; I' ..anon nnd sold in Jacksonville for years atto.
Milling. of the chamber of comim iinoiint would have' been" larger :Mr, 1 18c!' pound, A full lino of Keni-rnl dry tf" .,01 .
i. e tn.. start iinmeiliutely prepurintf cantle pointed,) out if the unseasonable : Last season was n good! one for ()Irons KoniU, : notions, )laihcs n',ulowenr \ .
fur' this occasion, the entire weather had') not delayed) the swei t corn !growers tit tho county 1 1I men's mil boys'! cloth(
tin olniK I( being! given to this one ob. .he' crop until Texas beets I w.-reiifjinninK I und especially" \ of the Liiwtey.ection t whole familxHit's .
I for the
I being nut
markets eighty-four cars
jp<'t. i I ( to go on the ,: twelve by millinery{ etc., lire cttrrie, I
this route from tn the middles tomatoes woreplanted shipped,) by freight ,. Bradford
Towns till along for I to"nri. '. The Harvest in County
good stocks b 'tl
.. Jacksonville will be invited /mid) the beets turned unUr :. ,express. Indications are l mil his us -
Ocala to i iI
ns soon us the profitable isen- this season also, with higher price md volume, quality and price cun-
) tll< come.. to SUirko cm this galalay I will follow I hulk of tho crop being shipped in I be excelled. .. -
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and the speakers will\\h" will include'johere : inn t IIP wns tomato crop and next full the assured to the growers by thtopicing !1 .-.-.-,-.-,,-.---,"--- -,- .- .- -. ...-. ----.'-- ------ ._--. -. .,,-,- ,-,-,- _-._.- -,- ,_.._,_.._... "..'
occasion -
1 I allowed by -
this -
on 1 I lame )land will be planted' ) to some : process now I"
mall- of the Rtnto's, leaden.West I fall crop. In his cabbage )patch, the carriers Ixiwtey's strawberry I II
\which yielded) \ him $01! he has sweet shipments up until 10 days ago I
I (orn punted anti) growing.:: ; totaled 23 refrigerator cars, the
Palm Bench-A small tornado Mr.: llronkc Btressed 1 tho imorUnce this manner. I Insist on the Home Product"Butter !
swept down on West Palm 1[> of the farmers or lInlz.1Il I II '
Reach nt 1:30: o'clock this! nftr- nail crowing the different II I I A country no longer its! infancy ,
noon. doing considerable< damage to ['nick! crops in miffieient acroniato
I'uiiH'- and) buildings::' along the lake) allow\ them! to sh'.p: In car lots, but of tried und provenworth +
lilting down the delivery\ clvirgesmd U the Starke district of
--- linnjniiK u larger profit: to tho I."ridlOn:1) :
\\rite |I" the Stark) ( umber. of Bradford County Nut Bread" is Better
inver.K for
Commerce regarding: Itriidfordomit. I ; 11. Parmenter" reports. fie solid\ ,) foundation we have built
and Bradford, Count.In. who uro to como.
( .\ I iigheBt price for strawberries) thL. I you t ,

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FLA.Groceries oaf Cookies like I II

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t Seeds I IS Bread t
I Flour, I II'' Mother used I II

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to make tI t

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Pies that Wit n \'" i -i,.,', Ltd of bread, j,

Salts Day t lile.i-i. .. ," .,\u \pfti to pet! II loaf Let '
us serve
i of breii 1 thi.t, ,iserything it ,
show I""'. Thefiiet'!, ingredients
I I lie used, and the very best care
+ \Ve handle lilgh-grnile Merchandise for I t Pies taken in baking. It comes out of also
h! are our ovens a crisp, golden brown you
\\hlch only a reasonable charge is made! III IIIi I i.nd wall: tempt) the appetite ofeitr

+ --i I }' member of the family.
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I Home Industry Boosts for Starke--Patronize Home Industry

For Twenty Years a Starke Booster C

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Paints Oils
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A Life Long Everlasting Booster for Starke 1MIOM: L; NO.rr J Jffffff
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State Chooses Bradford CountyFor Farm Facts and Figures of 1925 h + CD./ '.:" c.L 1oIir

State Prison Farm; Climate Farm.18,000 acres in Florida State e-handled.63,250 prisoners', letters: ; r

15,000 acres fence Industries:

Soil for Agriculture :3,000 acres under cultivation Shirt factory, dairy, poul-
Adapted gOne try plant, apiary, vineyard,

Angus saw mill, ice and cold! storage
1,200 head: Jersey,
and cattle. plant, power plant, carpenter
) of thi' \'1'1""I'. st argumentthat; our district< offioxceptidti.il GUI) head POland China and and wheelwright shop, blacksmith -

shown in the fad that hOles shop, tannery and shoe {
agiiiultur.il advantages !" : grade
and rice mill
factory, grits ,
hens Leghorns -
laying ;
location for its: penal 3,000
our state goeminentvhen l choosing a Kfds, !Uocks cooperage shop.

institution, after the convict lease system was: ab.mdor 100 head of mules and The Florida State Farm y., ij .
maintains hospital and tuber
and it was decided to adopt this method, chose: Bradfonl horses. cular wards, caring for all
the fal'm 5'Jl! 1 daily prison: rNo
of these
i ounty landIost: I tuberculars, sick!: afflicted,

I roper) lie in Bradford county, consisting 1H.OOO acres, 113,001) population. cost per day halt, lame, maimed and blind,
j'cres of which are 1 diced.' There are more than 3,000 acres per inmate average for food and tobacco. together with all women, of I"
the entire state prison popula I
under cultivation.An .
in this HectiO'1 bushels of corn hous Lion
important industry and a growing one 7,000 Entire State Prison popula-

the dairy industry and l dairy cattle are among the lead er.i ed.! tion consists of approximatly -
is bales hay put
10,000 up.
of sleek 1 fa
at the State Farm Here will bo soon 1200 head I 4,500 bushels of sweet potatoes :
scientific lines, State Road Department
tock, housed and cared for along modern and\ made.
Jersey and An- sold. White males, 350.;
herds include crates vegetables
which assures pruduction.The << I 7,000 Colored males, 630.
breds and grade stock. Hogs: are leaders, they specializing ] I 75,000 pounds of ham and State Farm
His: pure
on I'ol.md Chinas The fields: are/ devoted to raisi i bacon cured. of ,' White males, 271.
200 33-gallon syrup
all manner of furngc' ciops( for the stock and the raising of made. Colored males, 121.

Maple products) sw'hI"/ cotton, corn, cane, hay, potato) ", \180-ton silos filled.\ White females, 7.
This country LeinlC from Colored females, 59.
kindred products. 531 prisoners
Wl'I'1Iud ,
>: / Florida is the only state in
they have here devotmuch jails. J. S. Illitch. :No.- 3, Showing group at Tannerywhich
centrally a truck farming country I the Union which has one cen- :- 1, Administration Building. No.2, Superintendent
which has "hown 178 prisoners to state road outsiders on firt '-firt basis. :No.- I, Grapes :.U !State 1 lIrm.
acreage to all manner of garden truck tral institution to which all In operated for a ) .

department I state prisoners are sent, and t
big results. i 13 died which tho
of convicts upon
went )
When visiting this 1al'l11al111, setting aside the ido.i that : :$27: ,! 7l!). 12 prisoner': cash I t I condition here graded and as assigned to physical work A country no longer in its In. RAIFORD'SMANAGEMENTi method In vogue at the farm are

one i\isitiiig Florida's successful penal colony, one gets I th.J handled accordingly. 1 fancy, but of tried and prover \1118l'1unll\ to which Mr.:\ lilitch at. I

idea of a huge business' a/ lingo farm, productive' and well nuaped. : 1,002 sets of finger prints For handling the Florid- worth it the StArke district ol tributes their success

A visit to this farm alone/ and a !study: of the results : laken. description I State Farm there are eight'' Bradford County, Florida. Ona: \orth a Msli..
2,13G prisoners' : I'I'I and without other ,
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the payroll, including d Just as a
names on
county no built for'
most ideal farming county, a solid foundation we have
will how milas a taken I buildings
than th 'consideration, this group of
i superintendent and physician. And let us look deeper ( !
lunger in the experimental) stage, but a county that has and1;: 5.JI25/ ;) prisoners packages you who are to come. I outside into this institution's won. surrounded by vast fields of ,;

making good. handled.: I derful progress, both as an institu crops, is worth a visit. Locatednear

I tion which is gradually and susctstfully liniford, Bradford county,
I renumbered tat;: institutions y|C :Moro than that it should lead l people tanking bad men into good there\ is nothing unusual about the

"11'lllatll'1'uh: : SOIL:; It1:1V'A1tlS'I'Oi"( THE HONOR this Bolt offer vllIt- 'I'aduat.J I in Florida, who are appreciative and useful citizens, and is beinc\ farm\ lands themsd\es. They are

onuses in anarchy. of good work, to write Warder heralded, everywhere as a worthy ,.iut ordinary sandy loam soils to
Hut Superintendent Blitch pos'l be, found generally throughoutnorth
flitch their approval and good example of the handling of con-
SYSTEM ATSTATE i msscs the vision which has ap"tent I lets.Florida's. I Florida, and the first im.
wishes. \
ri factor in lurking tho state \ farm is operatedby pression made upon the visitor, It'j j
I Already 4,000 of the twenty thousand } biggest
I fnrm a credit to Florida, and he has I N I convicts.R'ith he or sho is at all interested in the
which the prison
acres on
I t.{ ....... t J FARM\i consistently worked 10 that end\ located have boon denied and pill only a superintendent. an agricultural development of the
} : Ho has nhol.shcd: physical punish. II to direct state, is probably one of amazement
_'Y v' I under culti\i>tion. Nearly 4K( 1fI. \: poi: I assistants
\ ; 4: i ment. Ho has eliminated tho the over the crops themselves,
in their l'ff..1 t*. prisoners at
have been planted peca.lI
: acres I
Superintendent Hutch a Big Man, I "snitch". He has put the men on 1 1I I The chicken ranch is ono ol Hoi ida St. to farm, under thi"honor" followed by wonder as ho or jhu
l 1 Citi/en. their honor. And the system has grove the methods: i
I And I' Worthy ir of -ilf-disciplino instituted mentally compares
: managed n
the most siientifically sjale
.-S; I I worked. I and results obtained hara l
I ahnut' I three years ago, art t
1 1t Bitch big the country ard is highly successful -
ll Superintendent' a The men arc taking an interest in( and ::th, those commonly seen on lands
: field w
( ? t the rough' rulti\ntintr I.OOD aires: of
,. of the word, j i Though ;till "in
-y as i nan in vcison1" the work assigned to them. Theye mode! farmed by free men. Judged just
will find in him, not' ,, this big farm is nearly !self-sustain garden crops, conluding a ,
Personally; ono the first definite : +
< an advantage in co-operation; faro an n farm, probably
the picture.! warden nnd fnshion- it is to their interest and the accomplishments ing, nnd a* the years go on, if dairy: an up-to-date poultry dozer conclusion arrived. at by the
dre-sed Beau Bri'inmol politl- ho'' there is a continuation of the intelligent that ships to market 1,000 methoJ j
ildy of tho past sawmil I visitor is that the far sing:
4'I mil,I management it now has, the eggs a month, operating a
but: rather a pleasant I I firm might
<'an ; years are credit to the prisoners other industrial enterprises employed on the star
fine revenue and various
be a
will providing
mannered, somewhat corpulent individual and to the directing executive. Thisis farm the of which has mad well be studied and: copied to ad-
Florida. I sum 1 i
I. who will truly remind you ':1"1'1
tho solution to a serious problem and \ritcgeby Florida t n ii"rs K
of a farm manager rather than be Hut it Is not of the money the I the institution self-supporting I
in the American is make that you will be promises to son make it a source
associated in your mind with politics. long neglected I farm to I Hilt Crops Crowing.!
and the state of thinking when have finished of revenue to the state. i
t .. plan of justice you I which V.hut fanning mi a i'g! 1 scale, ..s
'' with him. Florida has to be proud of reading the story of the prisonrnrm A visit to this! institution,
c. tel: ry : fI And it is not politics reason I of state practiced nt the stiitn f 'rm. -ea It ,J
v Sd It is his very life, his dream to do the mangnificent efforts of Supt. told by the man from Wiscon I is the Florida equivalent a be fairly: judged by set
j with means mry
Oiat? Divine Provident Blitch directed towards the betterment sin. You will be thinking of the prison, and a few hours spent .. ,
bFS'it4inN.1Pc 14. e."xL.w hero tl e things a ,, t the r.I1!! "* figures
.sent us all !i"re for, to do, to of those who cannot help chance there for men and women to: J. S. Blitch its superintendentlcnea \\'.,"'h tdl the story of the cropsrw
visitor in doubt, especially -
others. themselves. find, their way back from the gatesof the : ,
build and to help l I whether growing: ; at Hafor,1.
No better deocription of his work Miami Metropolis: Says:; despair and destruction to lives if ho is a writer, as to Two thousand. five hundred acres
feature is
submit than quote the The Metropolis is publishing on of happy usefulness. I Its most intero ting and
"F ( could! wo to enter, .of >I'n.'Ilh \"?!vot b'' m< pea.
Florid this description of the flitch has raised the torch. Thatit industrial and agricultural
; 11ygda extract from the page today a
following I .
.. 4isjl r' light others the advani. ,>d and humane P,. Twelve .
Metropolis It says in part: state prison farm as it looks to a may Rive the greatest prises, or C : i'<

A1 .iIfI <: i I.KT: US GIVE CKEOirIir.KE Wisconsin man woo visited Flol'idll must help him. Possibly in an.1 ideas, a> tc'<' th are and tn at

I CREDIT) IS DUETherefore lust winter. The space required indirect way you can do something

Th" ;Metropolis be. for the long article is gladly given Perhaps you may visit this wonder. )

lieves that the people of Florida because it will\ undoubtedly ful prison and see for yourself that to''II

should commend J, H, Blitch, superintendent bring valuable information to Florida all I have said is inadequate I

btt of the prison farm, for people, who have no idea\ of convey a real impression of what llYra
his successful inauguration of the what the>' are speaking when they !I. ho> is really doing, and if you do. '

ss honor system Among the prisoners refer to the state convict farm. i you will be anxious to pass the'word

q ,,' s 1 under his jurisdiction.The A man from Wisconsin comes to along II h EIIf. a I
ieilti r w 'M"fs"y xi primary purpose of a prison Florida and f.nds the state prison a t

.: i' to reform those who have openly I farm more wonderful than any nf I

defied the law, to instruct them In tho big things the state advertises! Write to the Starke Chamber 011 1 \

the principles and moral responsibilities And a Wisconsin newspaper is Commerce regarding Bradford \f. JKjv
I, in the i: and Bradford County ins : .i n Ij
of citizenship, but the I given the story to publish i County

'i tendency of the past century has: hope of enlightening prison authorities vestments

I I been to brand them as criminals in its state as to a better \ 't4t j
for the criminals an I r ( ,
s I and make them spirit-broken work1 way of caring; I

1 I men with no hither thought in life the unfortunate who are serving: Welcome to

] than that which sends the farm pr,*on terms. \
field day after diy. Tho article is one that should be : t
horse to the ,
lWi:1 While people nri Breaking of the published in every Florida: newspaper i Bradford County!

au es of tolhe\i-m, it should. bo and read by all Florida p" ople. \ ,,

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hECIION 'HIKER: established!! 1879.> Subscription-For Year $1.50: ; SIX: Months ',t>c.-lM!>uble in Advance. K.: S. :\Iattht."., .mne:. I'.VdKS( : 17 IO 21

Starke, An Ideal Home City, Invites Your Visit and InvestigationaL \. r 8t I

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---. IChamber of Commerce Active : Roll HankIn! .oiheimk, I'oO'. i-,iinif .. @)

its sil.'plus mill rmli\nl> I pi'" >
it* more. than its uipital st..il., I. a 1.1 I

Officer and directors, \sir .1"i "I' "' ybY I It. I
In Improvement Work for County |prominent' In ..il men.lm. .in 0., I ,

known. .
/mill held in hitch o- 1 men of highest mleiTit.v, ami$ l 10" i
-u- neSs iifunitMi. Tin-:. uffuvian. ". ,
(din'> .' the' Hut tundii>i; accom. the itate, plans wen, fompleted follows R I
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pi"hiiicin) \ nt the ih.imbor of mmmi for the legislative Al w I
.\( securing necessary ; A. :M. harbv, vicc-picftidcnt.' \ li| J.] t I
ni. a* 'it I'M-ti-tl, as U county action to mnke thin road a'': l'II'i.. cashier. ; ami, with u Iioird: Ilfirector4 i f.
I li., ,il\ the movomi-iit ti> bull\ 1 1n
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state hithwiiy. I comporl.l, | of J.):;. S. M.II, I
hnl..I.urfu"'d rout. from Lake
thews, A. :M. Darby: ,1. IC..1n
tholegislature !
Following the convening of
('ittn' StarKc) ami. later extende.l l drows( J.v.. \\ |lute,,| and,| .I..hll.! .
to Itunm-ll. l Io>y way of I Ki'yhtoni in its regular "t'Hinn. of I'tflow.
..ww.... !Heightand! I'll lilt Ill. Beginning! I'.U.:!;;, the action workers behind this i
I I.:. S. MitlhiMi, .
: with the fii"-t mt'otimf! held ut Luko! proposed highway not only aoeomplished piesidrnt waiinmnur '
: I.utliT.'thf Lommittcuorkoj, un. their purpose but lint the the original, rirnni/i" -. ..111.1i .r a.+

coasintrly until meetings! hat boon( mad, placed, on the preferential! I 11m." .'uchoiit\ t'ie: hiMory .,.f tlu> h.inl.I'hm ..
w, ; cJliljic _Wehool23uit.lirq t'I held 1 in every olio of the larger I II ,, Today this movement has progressed !
towns on the route from Lake Cityto to the extent that with the ex.eeption '. I bank and its. officers will ik, ( Ef. :

I, Iltlllnl'li.t them. weekly meot- of one! county, bonds. have/ I' plenumin furrUlnni! tinprm)" ud

Y Mitrattendetl I by nti/t'iis, :' not only beenoted, for. the\ construction of : perlive'eaterorniutorvrllli: further ') is

'k. I along this proposed j roml. but frontCultosta its entire. lentith" and, with "iroodprospeits information ,rcl.itivc. to,. pi "ipety 1
R 1' values' (.IIIIIH''' for lnn.it: ti.' t.
of work tonett
h "vs on the north and many stalling! early I3
v; impHtmmt. elr.r! : n i".It.< .i .4'. inquiry
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,1 sr r towns thrnui'h the -nuthein' part Miar.KVMv :
I I i i.* addio-Mcil" ,, to. thi nl..rd i .| x- r

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,1 'n !'horn when II....\ un I I.. ,.1'i n rt
Florida Needs "i,.I.. \ i ire \. h"I nett:'. : } :

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I j'I| Col.From Knight,'trip returned to'1'he, .Nurlhj jecently aNK 4 0ESTAUKEt e P.4a = .1. I Civic((1U' Mrs Organization! .1. II. With) hr i %),' ._' :f t.. it 3 1'fl i r r 1,d.jIIjf( .

i j fromVaslungton, U> C., and Atlanta Tin. aim. nf I ill.,. General( IVilera.linn I n' i! I tt'r : I"Twl 'f .j I
: ia.. after attending the annual +' .1. of' \\ mil ,II',' ( Inlis, ni i"\|>n"- -) .- ., .j.1 li

i conxtntion of the United cd l\) Its |pat'|| president|' \Ia.| e. f"

Statt.. Chamber. Comment. Cumin Annintir.\ I I i- ".\ group" nf ,i.r- : ; ( 111 ;WIIEI( : ; I Iti; |>ti-t; :U Christian ; :3-St. .j i

f iriini/i d l W"III1III. .cxi-ry I'oimimmts" Maik'KpiMiipal.,. : I I Mothmhfl ; it 1'iv. "byU-riaii. : !
in contact with all manner > L
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mon from all parts! of the United J

Stub! Colonel. !Knight mado, u (Contniueil. mi Page/ 211:!| |, I. "\\'IIIKI: : TIIK: son. m\v.\uos TOIL". ,1 4! ( ---

'arefulur\" -\ of the attitude tak, nby a ---- J i j:),

r l la I Florida.nrthcrucr.Me, was in untaxed general., he toward1-Haul, l, at -' _. I .....- .- -..- .-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..- .-..- .- .-. .- .-.----.--.-_ ._ ._.._.._ ,.;'"

the misinformation which prevails. .

-v ", throughout the county regardingthe !: : (Or\' SI'AKKKr.SI'AIU; : Starke '

.. tato j : .ISIIKIt) 1 I'liU'! Welcome to ,
i II' : K (!anon ,' facts! regarding!: tho '.,
tat before' ono body, ho said. l : One of U.c strongest North *
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Thi state finances me in bet. 'londa's[ financial/ institution op 1T
of and the : I I'' .
ter condition, than UIUHU any ,
crating( in cities! of our pojmlalioi)\
.th'r, ->tat. Although we !have no ; ;
corp mil larger/ ill the Hank! of StaikcI'liin ,
tux, Heveraneo! tax
non' -I
stock. transfer tax, bank hits. played, an iIl1IJOI.tll.1'part 1 1II
'iiation tax,
""I' tax m intangibles, Incomo tax, or I i ever since its original" organ and Black Tea Room litd
*' inhtriluiK'u tax, the state ,does not /.ation/ in !I'.Mtii'! ,; in the developmenif t Orange r {

,ett'e, a penny does! nut hasp tine dollar I ', thiii. section through' extundininccorimiiil.ition 1.

of handed, indebtedness, and, has:' end help in "sennil
\ 'rYUiE23usirtess I' nt least $12,000,000.00( of idle cash I I (' to farmers and I farm/ develop.
eStreet f fe is'' ment.
: in the treasury. Thi': cash fund )
I I' An idea n* to its stability/ ma;;f
I Continued' on Next Section he eleand, from the fact/ that it i I':


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LOCATION-< mils from Jackionvlll. 24 mike' D I the talk uf this, oetion M.IM
Oamreville. 40 mile from P.letka6 I milea from
St.from Au". .....".. 40 mil* from Lake City 187 mils from 'Z.. \ "'u\ tried, them;!

Tamp On the Jacluonvillo-Tampa-St. Peter T MDAL
burg Short Route 11SI.; Lake Cltr-Runn.ll Short Rout
I URI Slark.-SL Au"."". Hout to Eat Coaet (t4e). Real Home CookingSatisfied
TRANSPORTATION Line Seaboard Air Lin
Jaekeonvill to both Eaat and Weat eoaat of florid: 0
now being doubla tracked to Starke: Wannee Br.nib;
Seaboard Air Line running weat from Stark fS .,11_.
connecting with. the qoutb.ro! Railway at Sampson City SARASOTA
and with the Atlantf Cent Lin at Ala bua.. Thi "
branch will b* converted into .man line to connect Customers our: best
with the Seaboard' new West Coaet road to Alabamagulf .
port. )
CLIMATE-Average! Spring. 69.: Summer. 80s. Fall
94 ; Winter. <01 I Yearly average. 11. Annual ralat.,1, DALMBEAC advertisement
46.09 Inch.. .. ,
4 owned light and
IMPROVEMENTS plant pUN deap-MuntcjpaHy will water *yrt..... ........".. t\
paved power *....... wbit' ....,.. onrot .IIuI. fiN company' ,
local rural and long dwtanc. telephone'

Ulo and INDUSTRIES block planta.. -Canning ahmgl, mill plant crat lee* factory plant. ..cement....., : Service
wholesale! oil elation. Truck t..... abipplng, annually Courtesy
1600.QUO worth of vegetable..
ORGANIZATIONS-Chamber of Comm..... E.
eban.. Club. Woman Club. F, A. !If. I. O. O. F., W.

O W.RELIGIOUS-Baptiat. Cbrlatian EpUoopal ....boo t!' MIAMI Prices
dot. rreabywruin..
SCHOOLS-Accredited High School and Grammar

School.AMUSEMENTS-Tbeaua, flahlng. bathing \bo & ... I
.lake. reeort. /
HOTELS-Two imall building la 0"'.'''Ion. New Boosters for Starke
modern hotel to b* opened the aoming icaaon. I
FINANCIAL-Two Itrong bank with aonneatlon.
enabling them to ..... ear of local boalneM requirement '
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MERCANTILLr-Milers! (tore* with aompleta and MRS. J. S. MALI'AS I-: ."' ..I..t1l1Jf1f.1; IISS SAKA" MALI'XS
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Starke Florida, Where Nothing; Knocks But Opportunity_
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1926 1926The aH

H City of Starke

Bids You WelcomeAn


Ideal Home City Where You Will Prosper.A .

City ideally located in the heart'of: Northern Florida's great truck Farming Belt.

A City of fine!Homes, Churches and Schools';;

A City of modern improvementsPaved, Streets, Sewerage, Power and Light and
all else that goes to make an ideal home city.

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A City that is no longer an experiment. A City of tried and proven worth.

Steady ProgressA

personal investigation will convince you that we have all and more to offer
than any other part of this state. Investigate today.C. .


C. F. HOOVER, Chairman G. \, ALDERMAN, L A. DAVIS,

This space contributed by order of the City Council. ,


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SI'VIK: KM'KiTS: (;lm\ I' I hn: -t t Conn railroads establishedtwo
\ .:$I"1 lEllltN ('II nU'1I AND :M.\NSK:; :. SI :\1\1: Ell Tot'JtI r l'IWI'l I distort" fl\rl.'l-o"irst. that buslin Q 4
UIII-\\ 'MS' 'is about 21i!! per cent bettor
,:Crosby Lake Shores Important_ I w m ) [' Road Kailnny Ship: Source than during: the same period last
look Optimistic.Jacksonville and second that the roads
1 year
Bradford County Development ..v I I are preparing to offer better, summer -
it \\1 :May 12.:! -With tho service to thoso who wish to \

:.., inception of the record-breaking I I 1 visit the state than ever before. t '..'
What promises to become one of Brothers holdings complete 110 \ and abnormal inrush of visitors I Tho railroad men are frank in j
development acres, of which a goodly number t I I saying that they' do not expect to |
[the most in Bradford l county andy are subdivided into lots and are I tc. Florida. lust summer, all pro-I I ...\ tho travel figures of last i isummer 1 ;((
.i {twill projects do much to make this countyetill I I now being placed on the market. \io\m records of travel) into the when the bargain hunters \I" f.I f.
more popular as a pleasureand For details: refer to page descrip- y state are being shattered and present I the "binder! boys," and the specula. J JI I I II
( recreation spot, and at tho tion.Park indications are that there will :I tors rushed into this state I by the ,
Properly' Golf irs thousands, only to rush out again i t
natural re- Adjoining tourist record
time improve our l he bigger summer
i |I same sources, is the new Crosby Lake I Course a Feature. (h (.ilil.l! $ n'{ ; ij !1 I than\ a u"ualthis year. I'I'I just as fast in November and December -.
( Shores development. This is being I Adjoining lI1ar('(tte Brothers r i Tourists are staying! from a when the speculative markets
v.::.! put under way by the Marcuttu 'I property is another 380 acre plot I, .ir I month to six weeks longer in tho I for Florida real estate finished. ,

Brothers, G. A. and A. M.\ :Marcottc, now being improved which is to ,ij I tato I this year than last. ; 1
two prominent operators formerly serve as a recreation park and will Those two outstanding fncU have Increase Over 1921. '
.' of West: Palm Beach, where they be known as Crosby Lake Park. II been authenticated through an examination .. Rut they do expect to show large
are credited with: successfully hand. I This is owned and being developed ) "" ".. I of rail, water and road and substantial increases over the
ling a number of like ventures by Georgo C. Kruse, originally organized De- and. he i is )loyally assisted by a full PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I travel sources of information following I slimmer\ of 1021, which would b. a t
which are in a flourishing condi-I from Kentucky and up to late a was board of ciders and. trustees t and T HE : the report that April shattered fairer comparison, and which represented : +
realty operator of Lake with 23:! members recordsfor tremendous Increase ov. I
prominent> river bridge
tion today. I I IOOVKK) : HUO111KUSMAINTAIN) St. Johns a i
Beautiful Crosby Lake is one of Worth. Work on the laying out of ]I being the pas- nn official board. : I'HOTO traffic. er 1023.
chief attractions. Crosby Lake an eighteen I ole golf course is now t secured January During the year a pipe organ has STUDIO( AT STARKE Report from passenger! depart s.,
our lies and one-half miles west of I under way. This will be the only the present church been placed in the church, froe of meats of the Southern, Atlantic. --a- )
,, Starke two, served by road No. 28, I golf cou.-so in Bradford county and ] ", in 1880 Tho debt. This is quite an addition to Among our really important enerprisos Coast Line, Seaboard! and Florida !SEND ONE NORTH I \ \ '
will have a tendency to draw more manse was built the interest of the church as well and that causes much t
is one
now to be improved. It on nn I ________ .
two and one-half miles attention to this district as a play I of Rev. U. G. as being.a: credit to the town. :favorable publicity: for Starke, i iiit z.aoo.: :::
wide average, has six miles of shore lino ground. Ono has but to viait Crosby credit is due Rev. I The senior Christian Endeavor t rte;: Hoover Brothers photo studio,\ 'u
beach and abounds with fish. It is Lake and tae! notice of these present zeal and, untiring. Society is organized, and at work ,which is considered ono of the very : Your Household Necessities j
of nature's real beauty spots improvements and potential discouraging condi- ; and active. There is also a Junior ;>est in the state. :a Buy
one Marcotte Brothers property possibilities to bo convinced that the erection of : Christian Endeavor Society. ThoWoman's They specialito in fine portrait I i at reasonable price { /I
fronts the la'e and work is now here is a decided asset that has and convenient I Auxiliary is efficient antactive. work and lire accorded patronage i a I
been for a long time lying dormant pastors of the I The Sunday school holdsregular from far distant points as well !
out and constructing -
under way of on docks laying, boats, casino and unnoticed. As yet lots may bo:;| I I sessions. ill local work and work from as\\ Why pay more when you can)
', and other improvements. An imposing secured here at exceptionally low ; is in a growing I I From the above it will be seen oining( cities.\
entrance arch has Just been prices,but it is a safe say that once condition. It has that any Presbyterians! coming to The stu lio is owned and! operated get it at e
4 attention has been giv- its membership : Starke will have the pleasure! of a Hoover, two men I
which lends dignity and widespread by l C. ( and J. C.
completed beauty to the project. en this project that it will be one of year. The (present } good: church home, including all who have spent practically} their| 5\[\
I The land included in Marcotto: the most valuable in Florida. I II. A. Tucker, D. D., I i tho branches of church activities whole life at the: work and are ;
t "real artists. I ITh'y ;
been identified) with ,
the'H. have
'.!t r' look after the ser J. E. CoU'NIIIIUCrS\ = ( : this county sine,. 1809!! and were I
STARKIIHnc: : ; S1'UU" }
confine their work MODEL! .
aA formerly located at Lake City.C. I
so as to give a full Starke is chairman of our AND lOc
.. In every line of business!! at }K. Hoover 5 ,
to owners. and in his official capacity -:
,' the visitors will be impressed
with having i
I must be credited
< I.I I. : tho evidences of success seen on ', j
ably served, his city as well as having STORE f ,
I : REFLECTS THE very hand.! :Model and modern es- been instrumental In working sr 'o i
Inblishm its |T'"' et tie eje. for many of our present day civic ,'G7G7G7G7G72.G72
I I I i"i'G7'n"G7';; ; .4 ,I.
I growth of the busi- Not the least of these is what 1.1 i improvements. .; r
I served by the known as Corpcnmg's Drug Store,

1 Company thru- a store which in every respect, us ty s
stocks turned, service,
of its existence is in to fixtures,
example and proof of etc., would do credit to any uf alike
and steadily in- order seen in our very largest

i of this district. i.nters.
sundries are
strictly home institu All usual lines
and operated by one\ carried with u soda fountain ono
I, who alone must of the main features these summer We Need u uFARMERS ug

} building! up this days.J.
important business. l I'::. Corponing the owner and
\ started in 1'JOl( with manager, has built up a wonderful g
and< n few miles of trade here und is personally' heldut 1
I I beginning it did not high esteem by nil. Me personally f.l. -.

THE STARKE HOVE: OF THE 1|' this comparatively short space II when and Bishop until took about it supervises to his prescription the business, work and attends in :< \ '

FORD. J. ANDREWS, JR. I I time has made a phenomenal III
\ no real noteworthy person I tI
GARAGE; AND SALESROOMS( : cess of it, building up a Mr.: Coipenmg' took over thisplace :'
trade. During 1 five ago.! As a I
and increasing about yours
i former'/
Here, as In other parts, the ever- i I ; who was : serving the '1
lasting and popular Ford and past year alone ho has placed the Bell Telephone drug store it has been, ownershipsfor '
Ford products play an important I this neighborhood 230, cars, I has had twenty-six public under different I<\11
part. One of the busiest and best four trucks and twelve tractors. : at the game the past thirty-five years. 111 11
equipped sales agency in this partof 1 The Ford Tractor is noted tl<> make things hum. Mr. Corpening who was himself 10
Florida Is the above, which Is particularly well adapted to :219:!l! phones, is serv- located In North Carolina
owned 1 and ably operated by J. W. I soils of this region and they and parts of n graduate pharmacist, edu- 1
in The cated. in North Carolina and registered Great
Andrews, Jr. now becoming gerenally 1 \ 'i counties. Bradford County's
Mr. Andrews has been identified among the farmers. a commercial angln in the U, S. Army and'I Navy. Settle in ?
with Starke and Bradford county The above building is a : and nt the same tine lie has been following his profca. '
business life practically all of his brick structure, equipped! with the public at the very sion for the past fourteen years. \ I Belt ,
I tho Above all rise in J. K.: Corponintr Truck Farming ,
line in
days and has made a success of the latest and most highly of any live \
proved machinery for Ford Starke gained: another I 11 11I
his '
every I booster, who
wire and progressive
work and a number of
He took over the Ford Agency pair I'I'I.
found wanting any
' about four years ago and during mechanics are maintained on FOR FLORIDA li never
for thegood
h movement i
forward marl
I : of Stiirkp is under way. I I I Investigate the Starke District


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Cleanliness is next to Godliness ACREAGEHere

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Your daily milk supply is -.

important (1LYour the soil produces. Here you can get

family needs fresh, pure

milk tijI i Farm Lands at the Right Price


Milk from healthy tubercular of our most important industries Lands Planted to Producing Pecan Groves
Is our modern ice plant.
tested Jersey cows This not only to supply family and
I business house consumption but also
as a supply during shipping sea-
e I ion for refrigerator cars carrying
our fruit and vegetable shipments.

This plant has burn successfully
operating here for the past twenty
Peterson DairyDaily started on
years. It was originally
a smaller scalo by W. L. Wall and M. Chandler Stith
other as a stock company.
It steadily] grew and prospered,

Delivery;: to Starke and Hampton and new additional equipment was REAL ESTATE
: added until today it has a ten ton '
daily: capacity, which capacity is j
taxed to the limit. Box 382 ,
W. L. Wall, one of the orginal

ta If our service pleases you tell others, if not tell ji Ing organizers taken ,over Is now all sole other owner interests, hav.|'' IIIJ IIJr

1: and, must be credited with its sue-j'i



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'1'E1': ; rIR.\IIFOIW) (1)l MV 1 FKI.Kl.ItUMI. SI1 \1 )KE.: I'LOKIDV/

I Starke County Seat of Bradford County, Invites You I

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\11'W""d., :'I11'.r, W, \\ hll.', '
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ItLnv i t.i out\ of the iId I 1 t Welcome to Bradford County
inhabitant of Stat'ke, Uu pla: (. ;Mrs" I. A. Du.n, ;Miss, Amelia U.iv.Mrs. ,
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ua fiitin'lid ,in 1H >7, und about) ayear I .>
]KlU'i., :Mi-s :l1IIIIC"Iiddh.t..n: : and"
tlicfrc-iiftpr the ;Meilndmt people, :Miss Kredricn Struth Substitute I

built .1 ,small frame church on) thu i teachers: :Mrs.[ I K. K. I'crrymun and +----.--..-.-..-,-..-.-..-..--..-.--.-..---.-.-..--
ground now occupied by the! :Mctho-! I :Miss Olive Kay. i
; dint pursonnice. I Tho Senior Epworth: League has iM ...i
{ This building wan used for worship the following officers: M
until t 1881 I, when Simon J. j President, :Mi.is Florence[ :Mat-

'i :'i :fib 1}; ; 'I and Temple lumber! gave a for lot budding in North n Stnrke mare thews.Vic president, Comer Long I M Let the Home Nursery

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'commodious church. This build- Recording; secretary Eugene I

V. t :1 inc/ HUB used. until l'ut( ( when it i Matthews[ Serve You
: wn! thought best to have the ('orrpswndlnBel'rC't.llry! / Miss
church morn centrally locntrd nn.l H.io] :Middleton.
the! building \viremovpil to the Treasurer. Hamilton; RiUh.
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present locution on the corner ->f Kpworth Era ,Agent :Miss Frelricn -
North Walnut and Jtf for:.on St ruth.
streets This WIIH lum-- while Ucv. Superintendent of First Department
: C.V.. White. was putt,",, und! nt : :Miss Alma TIJlI1h, <'l'tin. i
this time tl'o church wan enlarged! Superintendent of Second dopartinent. -
nail remodeled until It presents! ho( ) :Miss[ Kate! !Ptruth.
,1 the! present aft ravtive nppeurumi1.Ilcv. Superintendent of Third department FOR
4 Enoch Marvin I'oolts i IH the l( MID: :Miidue, :l1i<1IIt.ton. .. --
pastor in l'hllrJ.1.In,1! under his Superintendent of Fourth department. !
leadership flit> Methodist church i IH I :MisH G'lIel''Oflll.. FALL I DELIVERY
actively fu'o'ti.n'ng in itt variousilepuitments :i The Junior Epworth League litsuperinteuded
: of work! there hcinif' ( i by ;Mrc. E :M. Johns '
( ;i, end hns the following officers: I
hers. lYe-ident, Hazel Adkins.. ;
ihp Jacksonville Distriet, with 1n. U'v.I RI'I'I'I.tnl'hlll(' Mullen.! t = :; .
I!. S. Uohcit: presiding. older.Tho Treasurer.' : Troy Tnntherlin.iireetor i
tru.itc"'s (-fhl.. church are of choir, fatal[ Knight i
E. S. Matth-ws.; II.) K.: Knight, J.V. I'inni'-t, Estelle: Kendrick., ,Ii OTHER I'KUITSAM :; I I
tt lit eth1 \ White; and ('. L. Peek, while i The Woman's ;Missionary Soiety A
the "toward. : are, L. A. liuvis' S. S. <' does much faithful' work = ) ORN,11EN'I'ALF'A
Howlinir, o.) WAVhite. I K. S. :Matthews along different lines thut lire helpful (>
1Ljith I II). K.: Knight. II. J1 1. Snyder to the .church especially' keeping -
and 0. :M. Tomh-rlin." the p.\..tor's home in n com
.\ well firx'niii/.ed choir reiruliirlyfurrishos fortable1, condition. Last year the
I I' excellent music for the I parsonage wn remodeled! and! refurnished !-
im.\: ; IWIIIHI'UXI": ; ; uii\; : :: ;, M.IJiihcrt C'. s-pr\icc'g, and also> put on unusually I nt a cost of over five :

Ali-xJH (iirin;. / l>inii"- MI" !I'I'-d, "I| I-1 "i ,,01.;. Ivlinutiiiii' Ii I .1 t d and i Mil\ as countyitu} '\ I'fine programs for special l occasions. I hundred. dollar, The officers, areas Il'resldent I I Ifoll.'II
trut. if Stark, l''lu, !born i on fares/ ;; .\""?, lallon' / \I''lK: ; tlldlid", I law: .it .nf. Hiiulfonl:. ., < ouni-;,-. Flu., 1H20- ,' : The choir is under the di- : H. B. WIGGINS I
rection of :Mrs. \ / ".Ikinll, w'thMrs. : :Mr \ Wood.Vice I. ]I
nt Ni'v River: Itrudford! county: Yale University; admitted, to bar, ll'JJ! ; noniiiuitc-d for Congress Juno, '
: !I. II. Lontt its pianist; S. K.Kitih president! :Mr[ W. E. :Miil-
Fin.. I-\l.nary 10, t iwi-J! : ; attendedrural I I I I I'.tlil:!I ; t:1I! a-I":!.-. nuumiiKlond.i' I lii t:.! I, uirrymt l ; laitfo majority t ill''' .
] dlll'hlt'J.k; : Thornton, | dltton.Uoconlinir
school, and begun tearhmif at Iii lust' of l keprrsentativrs< <; l III! l">- "each nf I I.::; aunties comprising diitvut : : I
saxophone, ("oninr Long, naxoI secretary, :Mrs. J. W.
age (of IH/ yearn! ; i/radunted. from IIM7! n",Maliinl chief clerk;; 11)17I :) ; carried each county in K'n- .
hone :tlias Alma: Tnmberlm, vio! 1Vhite.Cotrespondingsecrctary
LakiIlutler Hitch School nail re- I 1 N chief clerk 1 ; r.lix.20! member of oral cdc-c'lion, r >vt'iviiiK 11,1521:! his; : I ; I t 1 1I
lin. Soprano singers: :Mrs. A. 'A :Mrs' C.
ci-ixi-tl I I i'!. S. tletfrcp from Unive-- j, Florida I lluu-e. of Itrpreicntntivc: *, i ally opponent, n Republican, re- Nursery
Adkins, ;lh it. A.V.. Anderson, L. ]1'eek.
sity ,.f r F"I'iln: Ifllrt; high school nominated nod, elected] without opposition cii'i| 1.1.17 vote?::. Nominated, to .
I Mrx. K.: :M. Jol-i.s. :Mrs J. Wn- I Treasurer :Miss Amelia Ray.Lender
l.rin"l'ul i; l !for i.iany' >ir: holdlitV I ; elected| | pro ti-m. Klm-i, I.I Scnticth ('OIIKIV-M without 01'I" ,. !
drewiii' :Mrs. 1 1L.: IJilCltll.lto: rof'tu.I'y! Circle, Mrs. E.1f.
State: tin In leilifirntt anti I wa home of i Representatives; !It':IlK I ; "I(I" noI I .
.I\q. K.: :M. Uoolts: :Miss> Floreiic" : Hook I
:Matthews, :Mr. I U. 1'':. Knight :Mrs. M Ms
IIKOMKHt" pltOlll( ) CK; hilt loft li'-n-., liy loral 1 express up tn \\'" have alto! shipped six cars I K.: K. Perryman nii' Mrs. II. A. "I[ love thy ,church O God! STARKE,

Our farmers. have been busy for date: I of mixed, ,( )produce, containing 2841hampers. li! "hop. H-isx: I,. .'. Smith. Tenor: Her walls before thee stand. I'WIIII'I I i
the jMst" four week: lIhippinf'! pro- lioans, 2H32.Cucumbors:; / Dining the month of Juno ('. I I. f'..,.'; and S. I K.: Uitch.Ij. Pour a* the apple of thine eye,
we sh'p nbout ono hundred I
dmitli.it. wan raised on Bradford ( 15 in. expect of to watermelons A. P.iviis superintendent, of And craven on thy hand.\
county soil. Thu following is thentiinlicr S'IulIh, JUG I cars the interesting, Sun
of hamper cf produce! that Irish potatoes, 3'9'\ $. 1I00S cult FLORIDA 122 members, with the following SE\J) ONE: ; : NORTH ..-----.--- ______.______ l,

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o The Ford The Economical, Durable and Dependable Car ;}

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For Better Service Ford Trucks Lincoln[ Fordso1\ The Tractor and the Farmer ;

tit C AR.S-TRUCKS -TZtA.CTOH.SSAuthorized :

'-I Ford Parts Dealer The Tractor and the Farmer are today inseparable.The .

Farmer well recognl/es the Tractor as being hisbifruest PI

I! and mcM economical farm ali"et.i .

r.The Tractor ,,>du,...
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I The FtmNon, I is particularly well adapted! to the !soils. of

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Accessories The Ford is Ever the Leader I III


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mi'mi'I I Expert Mechanics and a well i i fr .

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Always Boosters for Bradford County


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Bradford County Florida Where the Soil Rewards Toils l I

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STARKE HIGH I h.ds .in.I l rediind I two form. .'r,.i..t 'i m IIII,it'i L L itctlilid to the 11'"t ett-, .1!,. lm< him'-elf, tM'iirbt' in tho) !

.. I''" eMciii in th,.-e in\ ahruge! the ., .
i' "i-r h el- t t.? oar \tea:\ her i, .Id'! I I.; -il.o-l-' Ii 1 ;"blv at'rt.ulf.'r
r ''aunty! .soluml beard, nu ludiiiK, 1'. '.
SCHOOL A MOD !1 \ tills ms the Intrlier' : trrndes into t''e pa-t'/ sie.ir- in hi- present' 1ttpa
/ ,t ',A. Kiikl.tir& : i-hamiiun\ (!. M. In- .
E 1t.L the, Hradforcl. Iliirh School at i ity t of county superintendent.He ificient
a i I nan A.Viisdin and WIK- well kinAvs nnttle of t* I
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ERN STRUCTURE 1\ sutisfutttny. : both from. the 'J line, secretary! nail county superin- sihoil I ndininistrntion; / ardI ( I: "
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t t endent.In
I I.w, himself; valuable nvet
-tandpoint+ of better education Rill I Ii proven a
the saving to Uix t :Mr.Vifims.( ; ., the superinlen'cnt It i. h ni:1: to" hnve in the arnrfuture
i Itmll in l HIli!> al| II ('u..t l ..\ipro\i-| i, The modern, up-to-date payers huihlinll.j'I"'n ) !' this minify has been, foil, un- :a h i'li 1, ichool here. nt PlarkoI t r Y
r mutely 10000.00 ; !Rated nn I in II,.s i issue\. has :21!t i'l.i s (I'I" ',ile In sct'iirinir a man I must" ideally'tted I whichill; .ill". x. Gar'.. :s i faculty. nsI I ;' ,
I for til- position, he has I hid Itt ,''nly.fh limiter" .
sttiily! I auditorium of as .1-
1 Class \ Senior Hi igh. ''mills ( r. : I 1
I"!00 scntinir! cnpnolty. The facultyyennsistx ; t
1I \'"u of .,t'wr put\ who are con of thirteen instructur-, -
I t tcmpl.ilini n row homo In n new Country boys and girls from al p"iMinns r # '
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I of have t tthis I.'
L ?unary will wont to know of our I the county IKVCXS
thp motor blll<."' s' britu'
educational faoil.tios.Vo .point II Booster !
Compliments! of \
| inpf pupils' from' n. far as twcnumiles. \ a ,
\\ith e 'pocial pride to our school Consequently those livingin .
r ;tstvm. and its work in this county .
the immediate towns adjacent to
which i 18 n reel credit to I the eountynn.i \ for Starve/ Since' )
I Stnrke proper, us well ns the\ rurdp.gndatinn :
: today stands as a monument ,
depends iinru'ul-!
t I.<> the enterprising.. spirit of those i i that
who form. the administrative body !, turnl purs-iits, may: rest nssnrelIhnt .II /1879 \ LI :
I I their t
The idea of consolidation! waudoptcd j I lore iii Hrmlfor county
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ihildivn will' \be 1I""IIr.1'I'y
three and'tlurintf
about yours nyo I ,
l > this! time !they hll\<' eliinin-! !i e liicntion.il iidMintairo! ,

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'I 11\ E: Ai ST.\lth E: : piuKto-sive, men. who at\ all time' !here 'is al. a bbrai.v ill the maknir. ,. .. L { lNR [ of Stirli <>

I are mo,t i'ciieious m their. support, I hosing on hand many books. r :"f,' ...,...". '0 $ir
(Continued r'rom Ian!: Iii( I 'j;.. -
I and( co-operation.. (On our member- ,,ve tire. wo-kinjc toward u library .
mute nil movements looking tll" -hip lint also are many women, fOl'I'I hat will be of real benefit to the

wnrd, the hetermont, of liftVc ;." im-r residents. of Staike, who "h"w't]t own. '\ J 1ii3T I ,',,, '\# 1
\ liavo Just iiuh nn : their love and interest l h>>' shining : The larpu auditorium HUH parlors I I k. t
tion in this community" nl'/o1l1nl1.I'1 Wn'l their membership\ here. Those. 1 and splendidly. (pquippp I 1 : I ii 111'II'; f" J rM ';" RETIRED REALTORHandling '

mu n's Club of Stnrke. Tin- object : members are. doubly, and appreciated.Very of I itvhcll complete'' \ the hadrhng, !:, ..1.uildinir : >;; : .... .,.. ', \ y.y
of tho orianixiition, could bo expressed itiiportunt u source sr.W" IDTim' -t! : "
much the club, is its I. to which every citizen mav:\: I'\.'\,}:; : [ :.' I will he.l .
In themfew. words, "Ser pleasure to point with pride.The ''' __- I., .t. ,I.., now only my own prupt'rlU i
vice to the community." To renderthis Junior Club, which in the comingyi elected\ officers' "
service efflci.'ntly! \ the Hub, isdivided 'nr. will take up work along the' installation recently will take place' | : l to answer, inquiries'| iH.tlisr In Itrldl'nrttt'ounly : ;
into five \ 'iv. 1 lines of the Senior! Club \hose Hlltlt.a""I'I
dcpaitinc> "! it the June meeting of (the club,,,
its, ciluivitlon, legislation. music In the year IJiJl:! the" club erected I "I'roporlios
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:X.\ I II. WninwrlKlit pl"l"i-
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(,nil health.Voik. bin ben dirtied n buildbeautiful!: and commodious ',lent. Mrs. K. K. rerryman, vice. I __ ------1 I1 1'I

on faithfully in each of t theso dis its membership, that. Is and indeed the n town credit to irt"Mrs.. C ,\.' 1'ulrh. secretary,' M\IN: : S111EJ-'I':' I.ntltl\G:' ; It.llri11S'I'l'111''S: ( : <; IIIII \' !
1I1rtI\1Pllt" Jlaltel'rller, t treasurer
Miss I :
The spirit of the! organization I I coons; s'louiIN: : roitr.cuoi:(; : > .

'fhl"omlill'S Cluh of Stark i"l' \vtis shown. in the plan of the huililinir ,'.,-..-.-..-..-..-..-..-.,-..-..-..-..-..- .-..- .- .-..-.- ,- -...
club and'
n nf federated tho State r'euVrntiun' ; being and!: a part alsothe '' for it' not just n ilub hull,lini I ; ;.,'-'-.-.--..-.-.-..-..-.----..--,-,-----.--..-.-.-'-..-.....- -..- -..-.- '"' I i iI
I' for the use of it-- members', but a I
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fil'lwrnl'e"rlltl! and keeping .
community building and as suchhas '
in touch with these)\ wont" or- I I i ,
: nlreu.lv' it* worth. Here"
Kflnizntiomi broadens, our vision; i i
for we arc working. together: for I II".ttel' mv held'," all community, affairs.: Thei of' Among Starke Boosters i I '1'IIlII11111: : : .\1.\\ 1101.01'1) / ;:: !! ( \NOUK IIKTTKICnut !: :
i him'Viet and other orttanizoliona !
communities, better states !
I the town lime the are of the buildinir ,l- I : I
nml a hotter United States.That I, fire of :any chnriro. and, binthe I I ,AM.> t'l1I\I'Elt: : ;

the women and men of the t young jieople, of the l tnwn hate J ,
town are mire to the importance I their social. affairs, alwayund'r,
of BUI'li nn organisation!: it shown I I the supvrvlHlnn, of the Club( women. What Every
by its member-hip. "'(' have nn : In this: buiMinj, u public restroom I 4
lutivc member-hip. of eiKht '-fi\'l'' \ \
loyal women. i timing is the provided day, n and feature! kept that open 1 's I The ri.iMitiNt, '' "; 4>u 0:1'1'1.:" :( ( \\ OUK, till,:,,

Also. we have an ii'snrlnto mem- I I much appreciated, by the stranger I Woman Knows .

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We Join in Boosting (for Starke j I I Old i J. L SIMMONS !I ; .

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and Bradford County
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at Evi-ry: 'Woman knowthat a TKNDKfl:: : IIOAST i is I I I

I I hall'of the dinner. Choose any one of our l'oat-;

you'll choose one that i ii tender. All of our meats : i j I It

Sternberg'sSTAHKK'S t lire highest quality and government in"IJeded." < t 't'

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KE.\IY-TO-\MAU: Colt MEN: : AND; WOMEN: our trade by LIKES 1

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rendering service STEAK!" 4i I

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niiEss coons; -SHE THE SI'MMEU FASHIONS I J i Meats at the : I

tender orown
-ini'ithored! in onions to a temptingly
right prices I *I
-it i is the most' healthful food morel you can put j I I County i itil

beforehim., Heed these word. Mrs. Housewife I i

and give him a spring tonic he will\ rNlish. i 11

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We, the Professional Men of Starke

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and are firmly convinced that there is no other localityin I

Florida that offers greater opportunities today to the' I

prospective settler or investor] than] does this locality


To the Greatest of all Truck Farming Countries

Bradford County Florida

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I r Everett M. Johns | I J. L. Frazee D. E. Knight

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A. S. Crews I Dr E. L. Biggs Hoover Bros.

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Welcome to Dr. O. L. Haynes I
Welcome to
Bradford County, i iFlorida Dentist
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only make a success of their individual ; VARIETY MEAT \UKET' PECANS: ONK:; 01' OUR STUMP'S. STAKIvK'S: I'1'. TO.
business but have ever CAIEIJS 10 uu( TII\nu me\ :'I1OSJl'1WI'S: : i IUI13: MtY GOOD; ROUSE: (rude.
I I ,! In all Bradford county\ wo have
II been ready boosters for this die In Stnrko retail enterprises therein !I I Bradford, county is among our not bettor booster than tT
For n city the sue of Stnrko, we Fred, and k
tint i never a failure recorded. All l lending< pecan' producting areas and
: han right t to be jiiftly proud of ho is ever ready to show his
I W. T. WEEK C1I.\PFF.R t'. I n. C. : Starke enterprises, large and small, :: this fenfire of our Agricultural our various business establishment faith in tho country by lending hs:

are doing n steady/ and prosperous! lifo should l receive widespreadpublicity ., all of which show progress time and effort to every forward
TheV. T. Weeks Chapter; Unit- business. anti. are examples' of success and progressive movement, that
Among three we" take nlunys.
I Ud Daughters of tho Confederacy, I mhieved I 111 this district. may have for its object the further -
r pleasure in making i mention of the The Jacksonville Journal relativeto I
I v a.i named. for an honored veteranf neat and model input market, tho... facts, as true to 1)uvnleotmty I Among! the 1"IIh'rR0 find,, the I {progress and development! of I. '
theVnr riotvveen the States, I known as the'l1ri.t :'Ill'atIar: our neighbor, eonnnenlededitorially modern and 1 up-to] .minute, store this locality We take smci>ri> plea,: I ,
known as "Stump's"', \\hkli is today I uro in according him mention' In '
William Thoopilus Weeks who i is ket owned and ably operated by ns follows:
"' k' 3.11 p 19191 t1 also Commander of the J. J. Pick- I.. A. Meade I $::;>0l> Jntrt' !practically: n household' word in I these pages and in recommending, j j

ion Camp, U. C. V. This market\ well known And i "The" meeting hero this week of this region and enjoys tho patronage "Stunip'u" to tho continued patrou-' j
I ugo of tho trade.JOHNSON'S f'
When a young man of twenty- well patronized by the people of the pecan growers of Florida anti. of local anti adjoining country I

one, Col.! Weeks left Florida, his this wholo section. It has been established Georgia has opened, tho eyes of trade., ; ,
native state, and went to Texas here fur many year I the people of Jacksonville to a vast Here, i I" another. store that\ would '
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S. R. JOHNS WHOLESALE ind, when the trouble arose between With the advent. of the present new source of income and profit., well, do credit to even our largest .I ,.4.

GROCERY IMPORTANT : the firm, the personnel today being the Texans and the :Med, owner L. A. Meade\ who took it "The astonishing! facts were repealed I cities n< stocks cnrried are Urge Eight month' ago W. N Johnson, ,-.
STARKE INDUSTRY /: cans, at Brownsville, he enlisted over about two years ago, the business 1 I that pecan orchards\ can be I and 1 varied and most, complete.! i formerly of Hartford, Tennessee, ""' ,
Johns and Christy. under Col. Ford's command, to ns.ist comnl1'n"l'clIO (grow and prosper : mado to produce from one hundredto Stocks carried, Include, general dry and in Starke the ,past three year, J .
Among other important and suc- Under :Mr. Christy's managementthe .I in defending the state. The I an never before. He is making five hundred dollars, net pro- goods anti notions bolt. good, dress saw a rent opportunity ill tho \

cessful business institutions in operation business has shown steady company to which be belonged was n marked, success of the business fit an acre. It Is another case of goods, millinery' Indies and, misses Starkc.. commercial I If, ,. Ho started, ;t',
at Starke is the above progress and numbers today among the famous Texas Rangers which anti. i U ever increasing his trade. not knowing what cnn be produced, I rendy-to-woar, hoes for men business lust year with the result I//; .I
Its, patrons practically all local and was mustered out in October 1 1SGO. Meade is n livewiro anti progressive in our backyardi until some one women and, children and, other that he has today a flourishing'
wholesale and retail grocery, hay, niljoining country people. On returning. to Florida, he enlisted business man of our younger comes along and tolls the people in kindred, lines Goods( of highest/ store. \ I j

grain, feed, fertilizer and seed Their stocks carried include all in the Fourth Florida' Regiment l generation! from whom we may export terms of dollars and cent I grades, are shown always Among Wo refer t I.> what ill known a:* I I
house, which has been doing a suc- staple and fancy groceries, and on the 15th day' of :May, bigger things! in the future. :I I "Experiments have made the their lines will }be found such\ well- Johnson's fi\o anti ten cents store, I

cessful and ever increasing busi- kindred goods, flours, feeds, seeds, 1861, and served the South until Attending. to this business in person pecan business an exact science. : known milked ns fiossard, Corsets, where! ono may procure a large! VII- .
ness hero ever since its inception. fertilizers, etc., which are distributed :May, ]IT: when he returned to his and, having his ewn killing ,doneto Studies of the soil, methodof I Wear-tox, Iliwierv Stnrr Ilrnnd liety of hUIll1l'h..hIIt.'R\ iti,'.., nov. I
Today it i I" widely known in tho from the large and spacious farm in Columbia (county. Purin'f n great extent is n/ big asset l-> planting!, cultivating anti fertilizing !I !Shoes=: ami .others c.f nationally cities (.tl'., utI theso low prices.. f
surrounding country and well pat.ronlred. offices and warehouse located conveniently I This army service while Second, ) the business, as in this way he is have made it possible! to plant 'I known d1llrartt'r.I When you can't find it anjuhoie I
alongside the railway ''Lieutenant of ('0. "F". 4th Florld.i\ I enabled: } ,! to serve the public with orchard that will be} highly product Fred F Slump, the, owner anti vise, or if this {pric,. la too high, t
The business dates buck to its> tracks I Regiment Volunteers he was l'uI'.1' < huirp moats nl unusually low i\o without ft'ar' of loss. Successful I manager I Is a live wire mercantile try Johnson's. "
inception and organization in 10'J'S.:!:! Hire is n good example of successful tured with other soldiers and carried prices. growers! say it is ono\ of tho :i man, who well know the t Irndt1' and, :Mr Juhu'on'S lir.es includemi- r"
when S. ]R. Johns, seeing in prospect business, to quote] in this to Key West and' pl.iced" in Give, the old reliable home marketn moi-t paving investments {lIrml'r"I''' its wants /null, i is correspondingly (inns, cooking/ utensils, dry good) Ii I
the self-evident great futureof issue and we take especial pleasurein Fort Taylor, wher. he wa kept for goodly, share. of your patronage can make" I I[ wdl anti fnvoriiblv. known by the and, kindled articles 7
this district, sensed the need of according Messrs.: Johns and six months, later being pnruled.} 'i ,-,---" t
such an enterprise and engaged in Christy honorable mention as two and afterwards exchanged.! was I {*
it. A year later, C. N. Christy, the live wire wide awake and public ongacrcd! in several skirmishes and i '
present active manager, came int.) I ;'h it,tc', rl Ii'1-iiie-.ii nv-ii who have not fights nround, Jacksonville\; :Middleburg ,
and other places, and, !n "
February, 1 f6;<51 I. he went through I
it at the Old Reliable t
the Battle of Olustee Col. Weeks ; f j'
r"f 1 has lived in Starke for many year< !,
t and now at the age of (iirhtv-pight ,
I he enjoys the love of his children I j'
Area-: 191,360 acres; in farms, 31,816 acres; not I and, prnndihildren.: anal the high Home Store J (
in farms, 156,511 acres) in actual cultivation, respect of his fellow citizen I ,

lilC3( acres.Elevation! I : The object of the U. P. C. Chap- ..Al"Ji
above sea level: 150 feet. ter is to assist! in both local and, ,
Population 1925: 7,024. i state work pertaining to the vet IT. I
Total assessed valuation: 12,105,899. I nns of the South. The Old
Total county millage: 40. diers Homo in Jacksonville '( tllMorgan's
Railroads: Southern, S. A. I,., Tampa &; Jack I contribution each year from thi"I

sonville. I II Chapter, and, the veterans of . f
Educational institutions: High Schools, 2; elementary i Pickison camp are entertained nn I b

I schools 27. ibservanco days by the Paughters. -
Crop values: $53ft,175.: I II The Florida Pivi;"lon. U D.I| "r't
Manufactures: $147,500.I I C., hrs a nhiilnrxhip pupil ooh, Store .
:Minerals: Mineral water. I WI'
I : year nt the University "f Finn% '
Incorporated towns: 4. I I ._
:Number; of postoffices: 8. I I nail, also, one at the Flnr da :Mate: _
Number of rural routes: 5. College!! for Women Several 'ar. '
County site: Starke; population, 1,071. I!'I ago a Starke young; man wanwnriled :

I . I II I this scholarship and 'o STARKE, FLA. 1"Pr ;
well ,did II that ho was graduated! with
honors, and I Is now n trained, worker

making n splendid, salary .
r :t. I ,\prillhl' 26th, Memorial: Pay "+ ;

observed each year with suitable! '

I! exercises' and the graves! of the ,soldiers Dry Goods Notions : ':
,,1J. sleeping; at Crosby cemetery ,
are decorated with flairs, laurel\
: % # I wreaths and flower" Under the \ U A1 i I t""
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J. 1 i ihntrmnnMilp of !Mrs.,. S. E. Rrovvn- .* I I 1

I I 111'1', the (,cemetery committee annually Novelties

I II I leans Crosby cemetery nn 1 Ii I T
look after neglected V.
helps graves.Lath !
I I i of soldiers, and. of private citiens. II I 1 HLadies'

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Tho present officer' of the Chanter Ready-to-wear
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are ns follows: |
mlpA t at t president :Mrs. R A. Weeks. .1
First Vice president< :Miss Amelia .

: t t Kny.Second Vice president, Mrs I,. A. I Millinery

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k. 'I' of Secretary Lawtey. Mrs. J. T. Moore, :II |

I Treasurer, :Mrs.' 0, I.. Hnynes. I II I
r I Historian, Mrs. L. G. Powell.
Registrar\ Miss Olive Ray. I

r Davis.Director C. of C., Mrs. L. A. See the Summer Fashions now on Display

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Assistant Director, Mrs. J. !M.P.rownloe. j,1r
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a sawMtNas tI I The Ruby Davis Chapter Childrenof
the Confedracy, under, the diroc-i

PILL tR: (\P AWARI>M: > BRADFORD COfNTV AT STATE I 1 lion of !Mrs. L. A. Davis, is a mont i SCHOOL) SUPPLIES
FUR FOR HtST: f.RVIV EXHIBIT\ interesting. ]branch of the mother ,

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an important factor in all business institutions. In Banking it is

eminently the paramount factor.

The affairs of this bank are under the guidance of men who

possess specific Banking qualifications and a sense of keen dis-

cernment when the welfare of its customers or the upbuilding of .,

this section is in the balance.


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Confidence :

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I The confidence of the community in its bank is its source of greatest strength.. t
I: The strength of our bank is evidenced by the confidence of its large number of de- I

: positors and satisfied customers, among whom are many of the best people of this county. I :
Our officers and directors are well known as men of highest integrity in this county, who !
actually direct the affairs of this bank. These are men who have made a success of their :I
own affairs and are capable of handling the affairs of this bank on a safe and sound basis. I i
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I YOUR BANK is interested in your success for in your success lies also the best. :
I interest of YOUR BANK. I

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J.;.S.MATTHEWS,President..F. A.M.DAUBY Vice-President. R.J.DAVIS,Cashier. I
: : Write or wire for further information relating to Bradford
County investment opportunities'I

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SKL1ION: ; FOrlt t..tahll.hl'd: ,. 1 1871)) .-.ubscnptlOn-hll' \ l'ar, :$l.U; ( ; MX I .Month: .>t".r.i.x.ihli in .1d l>aiu-t 1C. S. MatthowMK':". 1'\. as: :2.!:, 1'0 jJLaVltey t Pt

a 9P9sperousTruckingCenter

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;. Lawley Is Knoivn\ I As Trnckiny; Center l' I'; LiiWtfi) \:/ Ijlllil S U !It) t '',.'. .. \ \..:.

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One! nl tin \ ly 1 tin-.i> --hii'i'iiitf' points during! ) t the \"..irmus I \ : lill't WorkI I '>;'. i I'I''I''I'I
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( scu.suiis:; ,; 1 for fruit iinl. gulden truck is" our neighboring I I :- I. ., : "
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town ol Lawtey. In the Immediate vicinity ot Lav.toy thmv I I I \ISIM: : ; Ih, \\ ..Min of Uiwtcy .' .. ** J, } \' : ,
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I .. :tI''in t the town nenle l a civic : ,;:. t' ( '
arc many, many example* ul'must wonderful :success\ aehieve'iby ; ', i I.r in, .ition, so nl the home of, ''I ,!ffi ." ; :; i '',. ., : \ I

growers, a few of which you will sec mentioned in the, )U I.\ .try: I K. Todd they mot amid .. : .
}pages :fcpace:: will ii(5t permit the publication ot' hundi'uii- "' a ilnb under the name of ) ; ,

more ol't uch:; examples that are in evidence there. i t 11 V. \ Ills.>, o ItnpruNeinent :Soeietv;' ..t' .
i iscrvod "I 11 i M.ii'j' E. Todd wax oliMcil,' as, .ti; '1 I t tI
Lawtey lie; :>K milesnuthwet: of Jacksonville uiul :< ,
tht! f i I-< president and ;?\11'l ''. Helen \
: by the main paved state highway running/ tliroutthStarku 11,11, ,i .,,vivtnry.fill \ : \ :-'-" -
It is miles Irom :bt.irke Hull i is the center of Nome I -:' ;... .... .
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seven .
mellIf f tin- town wen quirk 'F. "' f "d" 1-' I \
ot the richest of Bradford county's::! agricultural domain.\ In In.PU t'm:\ \alii(> nf tin.' omrnnizatum 1 I '"iIW'. "' ( [*a><* ot ,
population Lawtey numbers::! !but about live hundereil. but its mod lonporutcd) In cM-rv way ..-.,. ... fT'G"Sfifcrr': 'r'l '" .JA.. Jr I ..
ns will a i> dim: tiiiK money,, to n<-" tJi ; .. i ;...1'i Ij''!' .i..,.. "'I '''''''.", ,, .....J t! lit .
Irom tlv '
business institution,; cater to a !big l'umll1upul.ltion 1 te '". .. "". !o; '
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silt m tluv.trious: nrnierts.The : I ;
surrounding country. i.."", __ _-.-_____ ____,__ _.._-.:." .:. .., ____ ._ ,.1 .., .
little: t"WII'n new, butcru.viiiir t ,)/!
The town wa founded in 1877:; by northern bottlersh,; ', and under the iliu-aioii'I srI\KS( : .11 i I. i 1.,111'1 1'1"I':1'1: ,.

who came to develop it as a strawberry country, but this" Although "if the \'. I. S.'\ 'troodi worn laid I I 1 1-Sthool) Building.11'oman's] flub P.uil.linK. !5 I--Si t..t. t Si-ene" Showing I-awley State' I'.ink\ in foroground. .1-.1i 1 1IethndistChurch ;hi"d .

still a major crop recording big profits::!, has l l'l't1> off in nn ".dcay: I ini'ninT and. shah, ', i i \! and Rectory. 5-Lawtey residences, Unb.-its', Uesidence: : in foreground. ((5 Street. Scene iin-luding I U. I "

changed as the people soon saw the advisability of devoting I trrra 1'II'Itl'I: on i""cry monunionlFounders street I Tlio"c trees" arc now n
I their efforts to general diversified farming to which the I 'I I ,- e .rltlf'r

(country is most well adapted. '
Id I the efforts of these women I'Vilornllon. Il-riim I thin yearn I itrni'uthis. lull Imi never been i f' 1:;
t ]In the early days the settlers laid out here a beautifultovvnsite : \ [ '
I of Lawtey Woman's Club) Tho'illa .' Improvement So. I 11.ih hoime uai+ I ili.sliainli-il.' Young women arliaineil I.
! with wide streets and planted oak trees which haw I rimy( \ I i" thu ser' .'ud olili'Ht. civic or- limit, and "!il"le': '!., It snouts. on j to take tho pl.n-en of those !!
I have grown to gigantic proportions and meet overhead 01 tin .... tr.ini/ntKin! of the state, Green Cove* ono of our lirM'l, I, Irpo-nhmleil i W hi fo on. b '
I main driveway, lending beauty and attractiveness to the city\ I ---- -- ,.:, Springs having had nile for only reels 1> n house" for younif' and ill l II ,in, 'm matter( of great piiilo to I ll !
' 1 a few months previous. alike; ii home fur our youni peo- im Hint ut nil times' (the Woman's },
The visitor is well impressed with the of the town. r
appearance 4 I | In l 1912 the minio' was change 1 i plo 1111,1I, fish house. for any ori I Cluli shall) i fur the ln'st" things la 4
I There are all usual lines of business endeavor represented, fl..11the. Village Improvement So- I i irnnlrntinnvhlih, IMIH tlinelfaru t'", lnwii! and linn alunyx( uplioM) I''
! which include a bank, several grocery and general merchandise ', i ii'I t.\' to< the Womnn'fl Club, of I-aw- !' of the community nt heail. I high iili-al-i. nn n .Ktamlnnl' which .

establishments, hardware :store, two garages, two i, ti'V, rind was admitted' to the Stnto I Jot I the th':..ty-three yearn of its cx- our posterity' mist attiun.f" .} ,
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hotels, meat markets, drug store, confectionery, produce: ;. .1f x 1I.

houses real estate firms and other minor lines. A fine schoul, I ,i I
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building, a picture of which is shown here, is the pride\: of I

I Lawtey, which school offers every advantage in educational -- i

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I Several denominations of churches are represented, the i iI 1,
\ Methodist and Baptist' however, being the only ones to occupy '-'. I k
I their own building They boast of good water und 1-:.!{''. : I j, .. >...".1;fo.; :' I i I I. '"'I "r ,
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I lighting systems and of most ideal ]location home city ." 1
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and! a very, very busy commercial life, due to the many farmers :,!;I.t......:-) '..J."Io. ;.'."-"" .. .:.'i--.' t i 'd t. I I, "I i iI
of the county making Lawtey their marketing, shippingand ''. .- _. I ,, I' I l"t, I .
i.I'I l'; !, I .,,,. a- 1tp8
trading center. \"" \\'I'j'' ', ,, '
Season in Truck Farming Good. 't '!I'rl' ;'f" .\ 111 f ,
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The records at the Lawtey station are such as to bo .L :MIL(. ;M. I li: '101)1)In ) : : IIKI.KN/ :: :51. HIM! ',.,.. : \ ...... ,'II''"''IJ''. I it'lI !\' 1

: real fine advertisement for that center and for Ilradi'or1county. 1 i t Pi -I i ii t .>f the Club, and, One of Luwt>'. 1.,1..1',. rcnu I .. ::, : 4J; ,.\ ,..I ,. : .. -...-. '. .f.t.'t:::- ._. 1I 1Ia,11 / :: j'ia'! ,: ..
i ,dente. ilulinK, in 'k tu 1H77. ;\11'''. ." '' /II .
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In strawberries alone to date there have been morethan I \, ._ 1. ,
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th,' pi, u., i w '" I 1.,11',1| in. bull Hill died[ in !1'itii'! \ ; she I, VMIS Known I;" I r"1' 4.. '
! 4UO.OUU quarts shipped, which, of course, does not\ include ":' lI ,1iS' :-- I yftttf i It
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I.,i\v. :, "oiu> ate i 'm.-I' utr' t) C' nn'inlierstl ,( /f illi ,-" .t'II'! / f m l "
f those,; handled by truck and sold to the retail trade, i' i hilt i i"tin i, 'rtil 'in' it. urI I 'Ir. ':'f'I',:, I \ /li '. j III I Gt.I (OJ/l'.1/ '' ''li

I II I also more than 20,000 hampers of beans were handled anti last i it organ" r',' ,,,1"I i :i< t [ a,i J .1' 7,:. / .//"tio" ,- .". ": ,',.,, ":" ',,,;'''C.!LI'bl4U\!(, hl,, r,9''d'!. ,. "',..,#1J. : l0

: year more than 5,000; crates of green! corn found their wuv Yr '.It ( lull'111" r n / ., ."I'." 1,, '(a"". .. ..,,. '",,. '',",,' >., I ,45.' .,. ,.',,. .. ". ,. ',.'
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over. this platform.It I ; ( '. '. .
estimated that at least 2300; car loads, ((175; crate* tithe cr I /" .t.. : '.,:""' ,"_
car) were !shipped from this station. The main money ''I, ,1/ I 'r...

I rop3 of this section as elsewhere in Bradford county, 1\1'\ ,' -...h it '
I strawberries:, beans, sweet corn, cabbage, cucumbers, lettuce jr I Iii ti .. i' r\

Irish potaatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, poultry, grams : t 111 I : t
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foodstuffs The farmers, etc. are prospl'rousnl( the merchants fire Jy d r y I Itr I L! ; : J //

:irosperous. The people live a happy, clean, prosperous and >+d ./ Con\n\erci JArlWol"lC

':nntented life among ideal surroundings. Seldom one
ounters such a community as Lawtey where all are one big
)happy family working in co-operation and in unison as then AI i l: ,

do at Law tey.
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There are several civic organizations such as n live : Ir '

Chamber of Commerce and Woman's Club which bodies include r tl l"IrJ1" L '/ 'u L-s

in their personnel) practically all residents, Inuincs-;, J ,': -.7 '-

people. and private individuals and these" are ever nn) tlu VIUs. :M. i E.; KAV;|' .\UIs5) !

alert to promote Law toy's progress. Investigate Lawtey. .\ -Ittl.i .<.r .if. t1'.. Inuti'listrl.tin I LIJuttio !
You will like the people of Lawtey. You can prosper at Law- tin-, .. ''0'rn t Pn.M :MUS.:; :1. i::. I It \M: !11) \1.1 I i 1
ley and in agricultural\ lIitol in the Lawtey ,section; Brad. ..I 1 tr.' (Mi I ..' I .,il \.t.i kn"\vn ns.in I
:Mr! In'II'I: 1 I .1 til"l t I I here iiliiintI'MO
., "i, t .. "v 'It. Fdwnrds.l. ; '
/,1)1cotlnt) \ as nowhere -No-,; :' ( < iin.i\u\ fn....in" <:nn'inmitl, (0. LetterJt\i ij
--,1 I.. ii.i'' oj I 11 ':, I f 'I'i 'In ( lnb hnusi'Jlember A pa't' pnnlcnt and, instrumentalin : .

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1'\1\1-KKMiHiKU.MOK;. :.< SlIL\WHfIWIEH' CAItS: : AT I.V IF'IL, <0> I RII 1l.A) !

Thr. 'olu/lpl"1 <1\\-<,.il l in those
Li 1 i. t I pages/ are tale', f> th minutcHt detail .

of Lawtey \V'im.i; i's f'luh in Prize Winning 1 H l utt a'i 1lerent Fourth nf July C"el I and may bo verified, ,. by inquiry' i

bration Held in Starke. Left to Ripht. Front-Mr. K 1)I Sa \ ii.. Mrs. J. \V. Andrew. Jr. to these i.iurccs, And they are takin -
I at ramlom and are true to many I
Rear-Mrs. L. H Hi1' MrW.. L, Tr ..1 I'' Mi E I IV.! II other farms. /



I Welcome To Lawtey --- The Biggest Little City Of The South


}'I.num.'IEI'II:'; ': 1'flll.lC'II V. I 1.\\\.a.. I: KI'ATi; IJXNK: ; 1I.'n, "f thin locality and, is e\cr in. T, J. TKKIIY HI'SINKS.S! I'ruclford: county farmer for the ...- -.-..-.----.... ,..-----.-.-..- .-.-.- ,-.- ...:.
is SIKOM; : ; lilto\\; i ( 1\1: ; ; I tin-ti-1', In the sucie-s\ of the TLMiner \\'- .MAN: AM .FAK.MKK ptt-t fift en years His farm is ,
(Continued I Frm.i !I'agcl l I 17)) FI .\-'J.\1. I IN $ I I'I'l'I'IIIVfile ( known as olio .of the most productive !
I' Onf: .ml-, the p.rs.nnt'l of the A'iother successful grower and I Ir. places of the section, lying twoniil''s I :
Increasing! nt the rate (if over $1.-I / tr"il'lIt-\,,, 1 i.i itor" will, look to 1 firm p"ulrc'" "ivo business lII..n. succi>:ful mml.siion merchant ofLnwt".v west of Lnwtey and, comprises -
000,000 ii month nnd the rent nn'l I I I he bank' anti its ]progress tnvunn- who tine ever ready to take part who is one of the busiestof \ forty al'resVhc'h! are in the Plain Facts
personal property for state taxation lily wl.en studying a county with fti in every movement advancing thislountv's tl-os0 buying and selling farm main devoted to truck farming. Net Simple
i I- nut valued nt more than tocents n i I J| view or locatini' And here wo have : intercBlH.. Wnto to thin proiluco' on the' Lmvtoy platform, Is returns to him from this place this
nn the dollar] I challenge- nny rilho' 1 best oxamfdes. Among Bradford l- hunk regarding, investment pussilnlitH's '1', J. Terry year will average between $:;000 ..
other state in the union to produce,, county's strong( banking in- in the Lnwtey region of Mr. Terry has !been n successful and $SOOO.COMPLIMENTS ,
I stitutionn we take pleasure! in mnk. Bradford, county.
figures similar to those. It rnnru n; I I

be done. \Vbi1c other .states arc,: I I j fog( mention of the I.nwtpy) State LII\\\IJ( GARAGE: .----- 1.I 1.----- ._._ _._.._.._.._._.._.._.._ _.._.._.__,_:. !
governed to death, and their overgovernment enviable. A Itl'SV( SI'A'IION: I I \U( 01' OTIIEK I'AUTS WHO ARE I INTERESTEDM
is costing thorn I '
I ('IIEVWIJ.Jo"l': I IAI.KKS: : t !tI IiI '
toyed! \ since its iI i
high they searching for new n 1 steady growth I ,I
very inception.I Ii t
methods! of tnvntlon. Flnrlda i I.Jl'o'rrnl'II''lII.tly is Well known and wl'nllItronl..e,1\ ,l I .
.she twenty I hank was! originally organized : I II
: ns was
five This old-fashion in 1912 by A. A. Smith andlother liy local nnd transient motorists laIdward's i I TO KNOW FACTS REGARDING THE COUNTRY I
years' nun. : (Jnrai'e, of Ianvtey'simportant
ed, economical( plan of .state !government j lornl men. of prominence, To business, additions. It in I ; OFJ.
this data officers; and directors
made the the
ha* stato and locatedin ,
centrally conveniently
most lic has every confidence, anti men
United Ftntes.
tho main highway, and, serves the
who have tho of
I spent greater part
"As nn example Wisconsin' hns n I puhlc: well
their lives here and, have played n
totnl 0' sixtv nr more honrds and! This garage Is owned nnd operated I
comml only one commission. and nor bonrd, I Edwards: one of tho pioneer
I and directors are ns follows
yet WP havp (the finest highways in fettlers of this region. !Mr. Edwards __
: R.: S Matthews president;
thp country anti, nrp nnnunllyspen l started/ in too garage bu.ii.
R. R. These! vice-presidentj; D. W.
Ing millions in development! of the ness in 1010 anti! has made. n worth
:Moore, son of one of our pioneerresident
tatp. Our taxes art so evenly distributed I while I success of it. Hero the motorist -
cashier. Directors Include
l and, the" burden of taxation the following: A. A. Smith, II. C.Wimherly will be accorded! every service, .' LAWTEY, FLORIDA N N,1
I III equalized to such nn extent that | W. R. Hu.lson. Coo. F. rl'pa'r wurlc, fens, oils greases,
tho people' hardly f.llt. For tint i Young and ,J, W. Andrews., tires, tubes nrd! general nccessor-
renson I am opposed< 1 to the thirty ies. !
| This hank has done much through/
per cent reduction, of the tnte mill. This ,Is, also tho exclusive Chevrolet -
i liheral accommodations extended) toassist ,
ago tax, proposed hv pertain poli. agency for this section and:
the nnd business .
ticians. People through: the north do I growers the garage han to its credit the IJRADFORI) COUNTY( FARMER
not know these' facts. When), they I placing of many of these very popular i .
find them out they will look to I| "Thnt will he the extent of their ears. Kelley-Rpringrficld I tires ;( 4 MANU
Florida ns n plnpp to livp. Thp extent information regarding tho state are also n lending feature. BOOSTER I II 1Y.YMp.Z+Y.91913.."
of their Information. regardingthe 'until I they nre pducnted otherwise As n side lino Edwards: makes n
state nt present has \been received and, ,the only wny we can educate business of well drilling, having
l through thp press during! the them" is through concentrated! ads adequate, equipment for this I purpose. I
Intt year or 1 so, and i is limited, entirely \pttising, which will carry weiKht.Newspapers A live wire, who will continue : A PERSONAL INVESTIGATION:' WILL CONVINCE:' ;
to the hectic, real estate speculation of the state must mold) to grow! with I.nwtey anti Bradford t
whii h was carried, "n here I n public, opinion which will demand county. Stop for service nt J. .I. I THE :MOST SKEPTICAL

People were riven the idea')" tltth..r. / !I"n npprnpiintion from the )lotfislaturc. ward's Garage. *...-.-..-.-..-.-..-._._. -. -.-.-..-.------ _...
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Tcnl e.tnte speculation and now |> in the interest of the otnti, ,
thnt nil tl'e flt"T7 nid wild pvcitenipnt i, These facts, now unknown to thp ==--- ,
has passed, they hflievpthpre ppiijilr. of the. ,north, must l be placed :
I Is nothing/ much left here. I ,before then fairl '." If 111I Read This

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,i/A 'lip 4. t I 1 } TO ANY OF THE FARMERS ;MENTIONI .


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SIXTY-and no regrets i,,

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Ago linu'd! have Us rOmflel11 Il should h.,. fl'(-" from, all worries .
mid ri-spoiinili' lilies of young
>.,-:tI.I''. Tlicr.sin: jM, he no, finnnci il! We Have The Country ,
worries-nml there are more for i I II
tho mail. v.'ho lurinpr producing
years spent loss than he earned and! Where
linked( the difference. I i The Farmer can I II

At any rate, it i I- neither too soon- I I II
[ ('IIIIFJJoI.U: ; : nor too lute, to bo moderate. in all Produce More Per Acre 4 4I

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H. A. SMITH : \ I Can Place You.


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ALL COUNTRY( (! PRODUCE{ t I I Write or Wire Today I

Ii i E. !S. 'I \1'1 llir.\\-. rri'iiili-nt IC. IC. lUr.llr;, Vice-president

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Welcome. : _to_ Lawtey -_The_ _Biggest Little Town of the South ilJ

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Lawteyhe 1 au Ad -- : .. I.. \\ i I. I r.".wt I I.. .1.I \' l:..b- Scille11
.... -. ', nl, dud:! *! .4 'I'lrtnliil' \\'''",.&::,. .
tip, '. The thurh, r '
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County Trucking Center 1 1"1'' the >oar l I''LV''::,;. :Mix.. A. II.
.' 1 < ,it- proputj\ nnd.' inpmulydUdrr i ]' 1 Section
I tit uli'\ 1 11 piv-iileiit pf the I.lilies'.. Laic Icy
the) state 111\"< of Klurula.Our .
I .Aid| SKI,'lety; Helen IXi'l'iiisun. i ii i-
church extends to you a 1
gs\ j-A .t'Mdoiit of th. Kpworth:, 1 lui ;iio;
h< arty welcome( when baiting this : Bradford
.. I K:. R.I Thi'de, siiperiiitendeiit\ .of Sun-
I- a. itiful and growing little tnv iin tT
il.i.x i school; amid .1. 11. Moon. ..1.I.: .
"f the best sections of tho : r fj'i ;
one i
Itlmii-lmr.i L. II. Hill U. It ;

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Lnwtey Chamber\ of Com i, t t '

rierce is an active and wide j : .,
awake orgnnzatiQIeompo: >scJ

of a membershipvbuh includesall I i WILL. 11,11111,1:1'Illilf: : COUNTUV: PKOIHTE( 1I 1

business:!", men, farmers and I
LA\\TEV BAPTIST CHf private individuals of that dis
A siiour uisiom: OF I
Rev. G T. Hinson, Pastor trict. I
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The Lawtey Baptist church was Through the efforts of thi.- l'C 11'\1. Clll'Rfll. LAW )IKY I I, I I I IIt

constituted in 1904, with a small body there has been\ much good It \

charter membership. Through these work for Lawtcy and Lawtey HOMES The( first pastor was the llev.Josejili .

accomplished.Any 0;L llonnell, who was ,
twenty-two years, fraught progress j R. U. IIIKDE'S A BUSY I I dice .stores of the county at Law- RP-j
poiiiteil to Lnwtey in April, Market Prices
difficulties] the membershiphas I Highest
many worthwhile propositionthat 1 1.\WTF.Y !STORE\ try which business Is in itself a I
to seventy resident I by Dishop Newman. Previous to1 -
grown : has a tendency to advanceLawtey' I I A innn who has made a noteworthy credit to the county and to his own t
members. Tate: building is a ona- this the people. hiu'' been worship
has ability, ns it wna taken over by him
interests always I I
at LnwU-y in 1
about i success com.I
room wood structure seating small nnd stockedstore ing in I the gthool liouse as a com.munity .
ulequnte Always
two hundred and fifty people. We the support of this organizationand ''I I mere ial lines and one who on account -i z n a I I
I II I fifteen years ngo. Through chiinh. :Mr. Bonnell im-
are happy to say that the facili- once given such! moral support Ii I of his personal activities in
I has
personal management grownI and
doserves mrdiatvly organized n ( : /
ties of the church are being greatly one finds every single indi.vidual 1 I promoting I.awtey progress I its. present proportions.' ,Assisted. j jI I
six special mention in these the following named men were
of li
amplified by the erection member ft committee of I by :Mrs. Thedo in the conduct of I I
Sunday School rooms to the i pages, is R. R. Thede. Mr. Thede I elected an a board, i of I triintoes.' : .
new of the business, he has today one of
and will be ready I I one to put it over. 1 today conducts one of the largest Anran W. Bu'.dlo, John \V lhl hlll'lI.1 II
present ._ _, i the I best. in the] county.I I -
for use in a short while. The church and best stocked general morchan.MELL lines of general merchandinc'! 1I'nj.llnin 1 AMen, Win.' B. Smith and i
I i I L. Strnfford. A frnino
Edward !
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including groceries, dry goods, ,,,..lieah'I''
I building wn ,-rl'.tcllIn.1
I I shoes for the whole family, and within n yenr. I J. H. MOORE ;

j general" household! supplies nrc cnr- "
The following\ names were entered -
:i lied, anti retailed ut prices that I
\ ns charter\ members of this . ,,
meet all COnllwt'tion. The store '. "": ,
org.iiii/.iitum: Mr. und :Mrs. W. II. .
I today, enjoys the pulronatro of all\ r
Smith :Mr.\ ami Mrs. B. AMen, Mr.
i :Moral 1< and adiacent country people.
Rrwt and :Mrs A.V.. Bui.lie.\ Mr. and. I
:Mr. and 1 Mrs. Thi'do personallynttrnds
I Mrs..1.: W. Biishnell, :Mrs. Kate :M.I'uniirll i I.AWTKY, FI.OKIUA
to the business and the
I and chllr'n:1 (the pastor'sfuniiy .
wants of their pntronfl. In this I
M I' ), !Alias\ Alice, and Preston II .
aide manner they eliminuto overhead -
Caiti-r. Mr. :ami Mrs. W. n.Ii: erk, I,
which saving 13
4. expense :Miss J""lIi"Ialll'h.: :Mrs Annie K.Trynn :. .
t ) \ passed, .! ml to the customer in quality I I
S M ? '. -z and, children, Melon anti !Mill\ ,
: ami price in merchandise. A ,j
11, :Mrs\ Rose Ott. :
rent wire booster for Bradfordcoiintv
: live Since. Brother Itoiinoll orgam/oil, A Illt.llll'OUll: ( > < 01INTY: BOOTlmI.WYH:\ ; 1
who dfscrves your patron. .
I the ihurch the following nnm"d --
c OKO. :Jlr. Tlicdc nets ns president of \ t g
h of this '
s Y men have been pastors ,
| Law ley's live chamber of commercu .
( harsh: John J. Ktlwards: IC. ,
and I in this cnpacity has done muchIto I ,
Earl: C.V.. M ll1lr. taco" I K. "Cltt.,
I bring nbout' progress at Lawtey ,,,. ,
To-.eph Anile, reo. II. Norlltrup11i !
andiiinitv. Ono ever finds him ..

I j n willinir! milker' in connnunlty / t HIII-KI. !EvecdenL;:: '"''(, T. :B .1 Lawri'tice. Brown"" II A.r1frcJ .!..--..- -.-.-.-..-..-.-.--.... -.-.-.., .. .-..-.-..-..
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,.. I liirn: $;'Ji!.;a,04'<'l. inking: t that!
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l A Ready :.- h. '.. t., ftnwi' ,.{ I I- j >-' I I. I. \>VTE\: FAIOIKK i .1" s \\' t f I.awtey he \ lEI I':S; \lll\ Hhl I t U.NS; :; I ti.ru\ from thi two acre farm f !Ii
ai i.ttii-r 1"1"'! i! < .- It, 1 farms a I IJ"m:! : n farm, r ghty >.f .".tiecason of two crops of $ll:;.
) / ..nt uid! pi'.motion' doper.'l- An.,1!] !! farmer.- which are under ciiti\ati'm! ", andseason! Another'.1of'' ,. -ui'i.,>ful auri- J JA
County of J lav.-! : n'wi, borhood) l 1 ii J. S.Norm ;. , : ,
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porVution )prosperity planted in t the /noun' eai< lion in the Lttwteyneighborhood
cultural proilui' '
-- I c engaged in t'.e' business, ex- i'i who. ii''ide from hi- farm to strawberrie-: this acreage ho i j.: fom:01II' / the case I country no longer) in its I Infancy :
JackftonMHclone" \\ III l on. / I I I : of'. the-'e. businesses, and I i'ig rodi-ce. "pirutoii.i commission: conducts business a ;generalI atLawtey !Ills been av('tag:nett ri,out seventy- (,f J. T. Moore\ who. bought a plae j but of tried and prov-i
Largernricultural I'm- ; Mr. Norman-\ has weathered five crates ouch season, receiving consisting of 1\.? ncr", for $800. | worth is the Lawtey, district ff
d those casement roads
Out I.inn. ) [Simmons; nee in talking about," all the stores here for the past I Ian average pHcu, : of $10.00 per Ho jiluntcd one acre' in ,which tl'l1wbl'r-1 he |I Bradford County, Florida. On a
i he. "The county should !Itself .seventeen years and ha- come out I crato. ries this seam from/ ,. solid foundation we have built for
A late poch delivered nt till l rc'.urn: of $1100.00nnil 1(
on top. No better booster for this: reap> d I a t. :
sonville F. C. Coffee, and open up new lands by : I which netted I you who are to come. 1
by 1 these country roads which SEND\ O.NK,: NOR'rllI the other in( corn r
manager/ for t.e! Armour FertilizCo allow Ingress and egress for and! the comes the advertising of a I ,- J
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Bonvillc, i is to the point I --- -- -- --- -'-
; 1 believe we have a measure of ter. I .ai
shows the ,possibilities of I
among our farmers, the "Nobody; knows Imval" county for i
tural development in this i iI who will work are making agriculture, ;yet there are 200,000) I
\Ve have a ready market at 1 ]living end! putting gomo- ,1-i-n- in commercial flocks in the ,
very door. A partf his speech > !? by cad ;year. county, producing $OIOOQ) worth II "WE KNOW YOUR i: .
eluded the following: CAR"I
I Uuvnl county agriculture of eggs and poultry products! each ,
"Jacksonville agriculture is move ahed.! Our farmers ;,year and 1,000 dairy cows, producing -
flop-child and an orphan, and! i ', Inclined to open new ]land l'l.'i"iO: : )( worrth of milk. i
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]less somebody pets behind it
( is no movement: on foot to b- "Yet'cverybody knows, Ha'tingi, iI
Is every danger that it will I them to <;Io more than they where the Potato Growc-rs' Association i I
grow to a tnan'd size," it was Htat doing, which !Is but scratching is doing a fine work, having I
here today by F. C. Coffee t of the Jacksonville! de organized one of the smartest ,
marajfcr m chance, of the ', and out-of-Jacksonville, associations farms in America. Stop at Lawtey i
J>on8. I large: plant and exten I Everybody; knows Starke and Plunt]
cperationt> ;>1: the manufacture .
only kind! of farm a !IVert s- f'ity for .St'a".be.-rie': ; everyone is
fertilizer In II Ii I
nt eo.nmorelal
familiar with the Sanford I
is worth anything is for a celery
Florida! territory. I i (ln to become known for it* ag farms yet I am confident that wo
"The farmers of the back / development. Scattered could! /grow a* (rood, if not letterrntrdaes I
t>>f Jacksonville] ," says; :Mr. : I
each working out his own than lla>ting- as Ioo.l'tr".h.rri FOR REAL AUTO
scratched 1 the
have even
i 1 cannot accomplish thK (' as Starke, which isonly
face of the.r opportunity. I ,
few | and
: must be unity for with it ; a mie awav even
"They don't ('\en raise I I strength, mass production! Letter, cc-ler-, 1 t'ni'i Sanford" i I II
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market in 1 Florida :
ha" the been export the source of big I !intorn' 'i I II I for the Blue Front
I f r" Look
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the 'tat,.. There i ii hardlv a crop |I'1 I ,
the state that i"n't hipped I I I I Ii
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0 Real "Dirt Farmers"Vanted. i. !I and Accessories I i

rrIIK :Maik"' ( haiiil.er of (' ,ml1l.'r" -lartcd the
t *"* airii.ifM| / for rial' "0111 t furmeri" a few weeks I tI
I .ago, realizing that the >etlling up of the ruralsertwnv I .......... I
lillCooked was of first importance. In all agricultural I
G i sections tho towns lire mainly dependent upon ,
the country; p"pulationthe farmers' prosperity re. I
fled, I inK in the town in added /growth.V want t handle
i iI citizens who will come and make their permanent I II We Kelly ; .
I homo in n section that will repay their toil away
i ii iio I from the 1 ice and snow, away front the one-crop ,
states, to the land of eternal u'.mr.hine, and,! bountiful

harvests Law toy Florida.t'lmmbcr/ of Commerce: cooperation a i iThe Springfield Tires I II
with Starke, invite. you real farmers of other
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f I JAMES: T. :MOOUEMAKI.NU buying and, gelling during the busy Miuilio, \ I : << 1.001) INritODl'Ci : 'hipping, '"cmerll lonncitcd' ,l with whnt t'nl I tin ,, i iI
si .1'mi niiil is makim .I to pn .irr: "n of th- :\ :Ill tl' d.: ppci I IMr I -- -- -
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1' ,mv of the older heads, Mt up and i f.i ; 1helestore: n<< a pnrtnor.'I food -crcrl and: I"i- I.PHW n ".1a teal 1 i III, :'. 1I
i In.-" -t t'n' up in" his retirement w.nkiown e\peit" in the cuhnu\ .lit! ci'\K I ,>ra carries: full b'n. I
:i James T. Moore, one of Lawtey's take notice .
: a TI1.I<' )lo"r(' Co. A rooming hon-i i- mntmijmoIby of .Iwuir' 'iipplies and itpph.iM .' t
\j: commission merchants, TounA'Ioore:\ is a live wire, who > i
\ younger Fir the putt four years ho has her in sonnetUm t; .ind sperud .ind ni.ikcs'.V a special i feature of t the
making good on the platform, has stead.ly prospered here over devoted' his effortUi( truck fnrm- Kites arc l.uule 1 f.'i, ,\ I K.ndcrs : "" known. and popular IVlio" farm
., -r Ing and in this hers liven exceptionally and 1 roomers. Stop and eat at I ,gluing' plants. In the construction Slop Lawtey o for

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acreage are quotedin Lnwvtey
'r t .. ] ,die any and thing '
this issue lie confines his pro. -- ---- --- every pertain1 -
t tt J. J. SK;> hIlH.\ EI.tn: : I Itil'$111n'rl..t'F.t 1 '
t dueo buying opcratiinia in tho main leg t" this line pnrtlrul.ir nttention '
: I \N:; \' I'LXNIS i iIN
to strawberries, beans anti ave.tcorn. ,
t being paid to house wlrinnnl/ 1'I'lil' ('-
I I urinK this season he has I ItltD10IU) t'OHM'Y) : ;I work of every description. ire Auto Service
handled 1 an enormous amount of
those items.According. There are mighty few men in the himself is an expert in this lino of
Compliments to :Mr.[ :Moore this has commercial circles of Gainesville; work and makes ItI rule to employ
who ore\ better known locally than .
been an exceptionally good l sea. only the\ most capable assistant'
J. J. of the
Seykora proprietor"
*on for a sternly market and thoprices 1'stimates are cheerfully furnishedupon
The farmers electric r'lop' located at :-17! IIa t .
I holding: steady. and work handled !
Union street( ) as IKhas been cenroettvl is
have all I Accessories
I If profited afcordmirly.J. i Repairs or
i with where In Florida or adjoining ,
I about I 12: years and.) at one time or states.
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l the various Reasons when ". ,"" .I Gasu-Oilsu-Greases 1

garden, truck. mid 1 fruit is marketed ... ,. '
t rt Lawtey, one sees thc the shipping I I I
tI tI I i I platform at te::> depot a u-eitaible I Tires and Tubes
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i beehive of industry; there is i
tI Iu..tlclnd, hustle, loadiiiK and' unloading + t
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Among those commission mor-

I a hauls percentage' who of Iwiidle tiles,. >.a.ropand very, large well .r I' ; : Good! Work-Correct ChargesAnderson's II '

known to every grower of the section 4
is .1'. 11. :Moovi'[ one of Itrad- I I .,

i ford boosters, county's, who well nubstantial understands. old time the\ .. I

grower and his. problems., Of late "' 1 Garage ';
years he has confined, hiimiin <>p- I j.

Bradford < rationto this. wurk hut has always ".:' Ii(i. A. ANDERSON! j
I farmers.Mr. been. one of our uueeifill i Proprietor it nil Manager! ". ;

: :Moore\ comps' originally free" I .
t Oklahoma, hut has been, a ti I.loin,. *t. (
lure HIIIHl l I\I! (>;,. If you wairmeet ," Ford t '
a Loo.. tor for Lnttly; l> ai.d ... i i4 I Agency : Y
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Hradford county and a man whohimiolf I .
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I! County opt meet) "rations J. II.) Mi"ire.in ,no .ll1c.tall1. to 1'11'-' : '4%'; .... .. ii I : A A lilllo Ford() sliiill lead Ilium I : 1/11/ I II

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j. i The Ford is the economical; I J
A i ore worthy example) in a<'r"- .
age pniihii tutu. illh\ ,' l.aw'.f.s: "",'- I desirable and 11 jt
Non: is found in the cano of 1. Ili. .I'tI'--( ( ) t'tldage: (} patch. on 1. T. ;Moore's:\ place, flit; I awti\, 11
:Moore\ wlii> bought a new )place \\lnrh mole, a yield\ of 1 12 Ions\ :\ per acre : -
I Booster bear I Lawtey lately coii itiiiir of i j.()\VKI1 l :--Shipping !jivi-n corn at tho Lawtey elation plait, i I. dependable car--
20 acres, sexen of \\huli lie plantodto
beans., 1'1.1' place' including) improvements I'nrm. }Durinjf) the "l'nJ1; \ of 11)25) ; a total of 81 I ciiilo.nl... f /!
( house, etc., cost. him of this product! Mere shipped' from this one I'null'onl: iJ.
$1200. This first sc-a-on he planted l County point. I
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in beans which brought -- -- --- --
coven acres' "
I him a net return i iI wards in one seasitn. on a few n..rN'C'.unulI1icolr 1'o'I. -- '
I )handled he paid fir I
t I the place] .. 11,1'\

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: I want //o i Ride in II &
hero An as ii "an t.uiii'uilverti'-emeiit well worth 'quoting for the. Safety '

Law toy sit lion bean growing i i< ..I .
I found in the case of I K.;; J. Roberts: ;!II I ;17II ,
i now one of our retired farmers, I .
handle who planted ill a garden plot this 10
I 1 !season ono.twotitiotll of an aero,
your (seven half ncn-" rows) to beans, Ride in Comfort
I which niiile' from family use were l ..
sold and brought a net return of : 'IJ i
I $17,001. it
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t I Tho trail"<'urt visitor when he I II
iM chniK-ea: to atop over at Luwtey will\ "
1:0 away with praises for its goal\
I I M restaurant service; 1'danchard's: 1
C'afc, us It is kn'i-.vn. Is conveniently -
locatid In the enter of the 1j I
I M I town on tho! main highway and. is j THE BLUE BUS LINES i
I known far and wide. for its roM I old 1 -
I I (fashioned hume.cooked, meals. And
I I these are served at popular prices. '
This business is owned and operat.id .**+
I by: :Mrs.[, ft. I,. Ulanchard who
has been aitKoly, t ] tr.uaKed: in Law- ;;
I and south between Jacksonville
I QUICKI tiy buMiielife f"I'" the Ia.t twcnSKITI I"r.North daily "

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I If you want to live In a (rrow- A
in if, bu.tinif; town supportedby I" .

: a rich at'Hcultural( l nrra- I II -- h- via._________ -:_ --____ -
i RETURNS If you are looking' i for nn I
i lileal home city, 1city where Brooksville Hade City
you will (find what you have :;,
t been looking for In home life. -- {II Bushnell Ocala ColemanBellview
\\ i Id wood GainesvilleLake
If you arc contemplating! investments
I In agricultural!: enteprlscs -- Me In tosh City Mi canopy

t I I pr'\.n, in worthINVESTIGATE a country- of tried and I high Springs Lawtey Starke .

1 ; : LA WTEY.
JAMES T. MOORE I If you' arc looking for a town r.1:il .......N.
in which to make your lime
where thor.' are offered food
I educational facilities! for your DAILY CONNECTING SERVICE A
I children, the correct! social and

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Lawtey Fla. !;ETrLE AT LA WTEY. San Antonio, Plant City, Floral City, Lakeland I Homosassa
If your re looking! for an opening
i for alino-t any kind of business l I. '

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I Welcome- :to )Lawtey: =_The Biggest- Little Town of the South

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1' at Lawtey from the responsible
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,iii- j.l'ttlll"I/ Drue fir' ibv.r
'ini'K) rind in ninny instanei, the

i i.. turns are the !b.-t ill >>ins'ivstin. : Home Dealer.
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I :Miirlve: Telegraph'' winch nJ.i-,). .
"'.at the chamber of
1 Kunnicr u iin ->
..' < uur; data on truck fiirminK to

J 1 s ;y+ r 4r ,r" 'm u booklet to be issued Mxin. : FIRMS: ; WHO ARE CONTRIWTIMJ TO YOUR BEST I INTERESTS I
Albert Br .1 t 'r,' of. beets\ and,) start.-,,1 shipping
Man'h :'G. 'fhe beets netu"d h,m $=:

a crate, giving him a ti.>tat, at the
""lId nf the Heanon of. .JITS on 1m,

4 vl half lIl'rl'"hich )is l'Or."I'rl", good) W. E. TOR ODE
profits from only a half a>'re of
round, Between! the beet rows toinfttnCK .
wore set out. which will net
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,,,".'.-,,....-'P." ...". r 'd--.oitS' : : :' .:,",* .. which will be sold on the market
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: :: and used for hay when the crop has

CI{ \I'H 11 I 1:11111<: oMor: I.KA: HIM;;(; tKI; [ is easy to figuro that !Mr.\ Bronko MerchandiseLAWTEY
will clear about $:,;00 on his half
W. E. 10KODK: GE.EUU.MER1I.tNDISE ; ; ;I |. I AM:' Kuso.vs;; GARAGE; : ( --- --- --! acre of beets, tomatoes and cowpeas (

: :; A BUSY Sl'('- ----- I when the season is finished.
I And when! it comes to auto service 'I
lhs1f:. W. lAWlhl Mint WHITE! 10 This Is not bad at all\ considering
| at Lawtcy, you will find your the fact that next fall he will plant !
I.nwtey business enterpnuos nil\ needs' well taken en root in this THE: I.AWTEYCHAMliEIl tho same half acre in some profit FLORIDA
I liup by II.! A, Anderson, owner and ,, I ,
show a p.'o.-perous front ami among able fall crop, giving him 4 crops
operator' of the garage bearing his'
the leaders,\ '
:Mr. Anderson, the
I sump. seeing op. COM.MKKCEFOIl land. Farmers around Starke and
ure In according: prominent mentionto ,porttinities afforded hero and, the
Lawtey let no grass grow on their
the lug, busy, general merchfin- future prospo"b, started this: bust.' INFORMATION I
lands, but keep them busy the year . . .
diRe store owned and operated 1 by less four years ego and! during this i' REGARDING round, and they make tilling the + + + + +

W. K I Toroilo find conducted under 'time has built t'p a fine trade and ; soil a profitable industry, Thoj- :
is today, widely known as an exPert THIS DISTRICT
his name.( Tho business m well sands of acres of fertile lands are
i and efficient mechanic. j awaiting the plow in Bradford, and I I
known to county mid city trade andis I AND ITS
I In connection with the business it is the aim of the Bradford county
correspondingly. well patronUod. i lie handles/ a Ford, sub-agency and ,Ihl&s INVESTMENTOITOKTUNITIES chamber of commerce to locate several We Supply the Home and Farm with
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been instrumental! in placing' hundred farmers in that sec.

His linos con"1-! of a big| stockof ;I ninny of these popular cars in his tion within the next few months I
general moreliainlite, dry Bands, neighborhood.Ho: and start them on the road to pros. I
has b"enI resident of the perity.-Times-Union. I Standard necessities of
and cro cries, general farmer i I I II
county and! in this business for !
etc., and 1 and -I
supplies price quality )
will always be round so at to I I I more) than fifteen years :Mr. And !, .:._.._.._._._._.._.._._-_._.._._.._._._._.._._'-,._,._.. II I
I suit the most exacting Mr. Tnrod i|I !Slnrke-" with the Ford agency. IBradford I ,: the
has ably, and successfully conducted county finds in him H I grade at right prices

this business for the past fifteen *i I good; live wire, successful businessman I

venrs, :Laving taken over :a and ('v'r ready to ,do his share i T.J.TI3RRY I I''
then .old, established hoimc. From i i when the best interests of his town
this( iiinll he lias builtup
"r beginning ,
|hand county are in the balance.
n tradu that would well be tho --. + + + + + + + + + + + .
"envy of those of larger centers
The Iawtey Chamber of Commerce -
Personally :Mr. Toroilu is u I keen will gladly furnish further COMMISSION: : MERCHANT(
and, wido-nwako business and
man ,
i and more detailed information relative -
abov 1 ,. all else ono of the 8Irong(>"tho.t..rs ,
to this
for his town and, county. i letter to the secretary of the Lawi 1V'OItl:1V'Frll LAWTEY BUSINESS MEN:" TO MAKEYOUR OWN BUSINESS
Mr Torodo hua been active of
very i
i ley Chamber of Commerce. It will |
late in helping] to placu new set- Imvo LAWTEY. FLORIDA(
I hill prompt attention. MORE rnORI'F.IIOUK-"O.OPEII.\TlQN MEANS SUCCESS.
tiers.! lie will ho glad to answer
any inquiries' relative to !property | : A

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EDUCATIONAL: ( ; FACILITIESUNSURPASSED : Excellent t E Educational c I Facilities c l i fi i ON THE EDUCATION OF OUR



for the generation in DEPENDS TilE FUTURE


you locate in Bradford County you settle in a County that offers

every advantage for the education of your Children

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Investigate Bradford County Today I i I i

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Compliments of

Bradford County School Board

KICKLITER, Chairman J. WASDEN G. M.\ INMAN: 11. n. WIGGINS, Secretary and County Superintendent.

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Welcome to Lawtey The Biggest Little City of The Stuthffill6


.. .. .. J. I.. 11.\IWEI.I. SI I l'. .1. s. si' \ni! IM; rrKssrri.::; 1 "i'11'". i I' .1 t 't 1.,1, I r $':SIX tl!;tin, the
+ 'r ,l" I. ..fI'I'{, .R'; I I.KDS: ::\) I IN ".\1\1 IM50D- l.\\\ I'Ktill: t'\\K I'MtMKII. I ile. i I" I !'.u,1p., t ibrought
j5: jlOD: ,l4 rw Z jf l liS .\Ml: ) (.Kim I I'.Its. <..' 7'. oi, .1 J total nl i$ l7Mi. bringing! I
! Pa '. K:1'M.4 dY ild I' .+.rtt' kry M ri'i.it.si;: I 1.tvlr.t i \ll.Minnj, ; In\\le\.J J. S.:: Sliil'lllijfconduit I ilii",. net K-turrs. off lhr o thrco.Hies
". : .. (I.i <7f>", lo Iii what part of It''
" I A mall who.. has mado nn outIn'I'linr n tventv acre truck farm ,.
tj i1 I Sluts -nil you lu-at such t
. which IIP h"ll'lIlIIt,1,I this season, tobciitis ,
;;f. ; I : : : .Ia': (" x ni I I.lWh': ;: in his ,proiliie-tion. ? ,1 J.-1.: Starling i is ono
, '. I IA 1'nes ii-il l n n exiellent examplo toquote \ morn ecru and\ other Kordcntruck. I i f our .old, time Ktn-re sful 1 farmers .
in there png>'. is ,1. K. liar. Hc'iins 1110111I011,' nn exeellonl I .
I who is among I tlt < adera of those p
rl w .showing. Ihrpe ncrea were !
S roll dealer in farm prodin-e\
II on n :i who have made grind, and would nut \
lar.d'/ nUo I nndl nir general' planted: \ to bc'iins which produced' n today trade lirndfnid. county's agricultural ,
I total, of :2711! : hllIII Xitii'tv-nino,
/growers 8'ipplirs; "Ii h ns hampers' l'l'rs.
of t these sold $J.10 I ruHHilulilioH for nny other > V
i rrtes' foriuirors.: Needs, hay, were at per )
HI' lion of the United, State. .
B2 &a 4-V V vMEEHORSSSEHS timing etc.Mr ."
: Hnirc-11 'is today one "of tinl.irgo vestment hero wl'l' ren-i\e hi* immedi.ite -
t shippers pf produce1.. from ', :lIt"1I1i"lI111 d 1 n piompl' 1 la" toy otters, every advantage.! :
this point. In 1 beaux alone.. he ht, alltl1.1 .iM. answerlun, .smi druiuitlt \ to the mini of "iiipital us well ns to \
1 han lleil this( season more than him \">u ,tie.il \\ith II rcspouible the in.iii if. limited\ means., '
.. 8,000 rllrkll :'''s. I Ito has been n ,! 11I.'" I gate I.awteO.MO.NS \.. 111"1 1
n resident!, and business. man of tin
county for the pant 11 years. IInbusiness i +< v ,,
starting from n sin.illIxg'rning :
: has .''tondilv grown until I
I t this spring be found, it necessary r, x
I to horn lirt'o quarters' fur u hn .: I
growing concern and, bought the
building which !ie occupies us In" i + illl9f ) dfy/L ( of t '
I office nnd wnriOio..: so where lie ha' / .. I 'II, fY l' t
large sto aro qinrlers jmmcvliati'lv, #

jtTi formMr opposite" the railway shipping. pl.it L

I II : H.urcll: is //I live wire, ninl+ )
kt I II t' la nolg'iboi'i:, ) w'1l! see him ..nn.tinue .
I to I'nw.'loll1l'r big Imostefor ,,
.. ( A PUOI.iriC CHOI' I\1'llli.111"r1:1' SECTION
I this ngriculturnl empire whomwe

7 i are pl"n"ed' to mention ill Hi"- .. .. .. .
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number ami\ refer In "i
3' our Tinverhen
i .. 2. 1:1:4k11:: I II '" in heel 1 of ,nnpplic s or,

': I wishing. to maikct. their pnnlints.iorm I --1 1I r r1
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STATE imam AY 13 RUNS TII itm-cai LAWTEY TO TUB HKn.. I.AM-X AM> 'IIIK itKsoursi I I i

.\ man who I has, dune,, much/ to"
i G. W. ROBERTS CONDUCTS: for the town and, this section. Not <>f rir.ulfuivl county' younger fret,1for men, women' and children, \ hoe promote1 the interests" of, his section I J. S. Norman 1 ,
1" MODERN STORK AT LAW1'EYThe the least of these and in fact one ornt'ixi'! of business nu-n. )Here( or r'lItllI'inI'h/ wel;I known makes of this 'mmly is Louis; II Hill I ,. j
of the best stocked and most widely! will note !'nrjre stocks of nil step'I' (n I. lIamilton Brown not>l Robert prominent I.awtcv! n'III."I"h'l dealer i i 1 I '
Lawtey business institutions patronized is the up-to-date dry all.fa 1 (' Rrocpri"s and,\ most we,H Johraon ami Kami. A Inrpo stock and) insur.ime! tnnn. :Mr.t II ill
i Care credit to the county and are goods: <) and, grocery establishment known lunndt. of dry, K'rod,\ II is (.f men's work clouting Is ako nn probnlily has locntnl ns niiinv., :'f 1't"r t"rI
jln themselves a good advcrtlscmoit conducted, by G.V.. Roberts! one torKa include, a Ingle!: Imp of she>s dmpl.iy. not mare, r"II1I11111,1; \, individunliI I

.. Thixt ire if one of the district's I ere ns nnv lnirlc! firm oporntinir : I 1'0111115SU/N:'; 11-:1;: :< '111V'I'I! ,
ma n shopping, places and, i ix fnvorMv in this port of Klorlila.. He I Is one "of I
I" known throughout the wholenHtion. our "iibstiintial home men whoseppvonal t
I'llerests l rice hnve hind, i i '
"FRIGIDAIRE"CLI'TIIC.1L I will In- heir. :
The btisii'vRs was Ktarlcd by Mr.: over I I w: '
I R.! n. Hll.; was ann"
His i fnlhrr.
: { RiI'IU(:E1tAT1)N):" Robert ton. yearn ngo and throughhis
ability! he hall built hero n fif our\ .pioneer;. pot'lers. He, ne'tth'1hero : M 1.\\\,1'IYI'I.OI\' ; ( ) :
Over I fifty tlioiis.ind l Installations in daily operation business ni">cord to none. I.nwtev as earl" us 1S77 nnd l fullowel l '
nrl'II''rtinu: rriirid.iire'right to be known as! the idealm"'h.1 carious lines including furminj I I t tfI
of refrigeration.Thi ban in) greater booster'' than :Mr.n with pvpry success.Vilh the pnsiing '

>m> installations, in homes, and Mores throughout ".berla. on of the, elder, Hill, the mm I I '
the country, are bringing freedom from trouble nnd anas took, t the. r:-Inn and, has. horn, a real
noyancr, well ns the posilivc benefits! of cleanliness. Ln'vtey citizens are using t this .
r 'OIl"'IIII'n1' and economy. credit i to the\ business -artod| l bv 111' I. \MI.I. 1J.HI.l01'1: : ( )! U( (Ol'.VIKY)\ '': ; I'UOIHTK) '( : .
medium of Bonding the good
you father 'f.IIIhI'. ,confine )Ids, up., ,
tidings ubout this bcttlon of the .prntioii" l'n tin* handling of nil iniinner t .
\ iifiintry> so that you also. will come of roil. ''IIIt.., firm mid, city I I II
\ \\ \ te easier now than ever before :ind, <1 In i' hc-ie, will prosper' and, l I.... I roper, mid In frre Insurance I I i
IT conic. one, of oil!' h.iippriispeimis; | ] A 11't.' to t > L."iII. Hill, .it t .
\ \ give your home the advantages end,) < ,ni,' t t"III<'d( f.init\! f,iwti, ';. i. ,'.,irdinir,, .ITU phoned ,IM- ':'4 _ _ _ _'.- -. _._. _. -'!. w wr

i 1 of electric light and power. A very ':'" r,",

\ O.d. 8tl small first payment will put the + .>.i'.iA

new low-priced automatic Delco- < I

.1 ;'I' jJJ Light into your home, and you can

'; 1' ill: cP i : arrange for the payment of the Service to Lawety Bradford County and Bradford Ia

'' I I balance: on terms suited to your own f .

\ \ I\'' \ t," .Le* I convenience.amount each You month can or pay you a smallE can County People is our first consideration i I 1..

wait until you have money coming
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in before making any additional I'f

\r I : payment. 'IIH s'loiti:: 'i HAT (CAicuiiis'im! : r.lOn.IEII4: : : < I INN t iiv; :: i

IJ\\ Find out today how easy it is to
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buy Deko-Li ht.Vritc or phone

\ for complete information as to prices ST.\u I II.1\11.1NI: H ornnu: porn.u( :\ ::;
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WELCOME opening of their beautiful I i i'I
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M # lots advance ten percent
II! I I 1T October I Oth.

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attention of) lute from outside I ...".-."-: .... ;. _. I IHAU ; '' '', :::,.r !
prospective investors, owing to the '' -f':; :: ..1 '
cited in this!!! > ttf\ KMH'YIbM; ; ON: reports of our wonderfully produc_ many instances : >TON SHORES 1\Il: OItT.\S' ',__ .)/ 1
issue of who have made. a success MtOM: VMPION: I ;, ., ',. ,id
men tvK
and 41.k .. ..
ties land our plentiful crops of farming will ". : ....... .. '
out. in this region "" .I "
natural advantages going '
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A section of Bradford county (convince' anymore that this is truly a HAMPTON: SIIOKKS TO REI'OI'1'I..IIt be thrown open to the publu about .. &&>: ,
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that is known for its highly productive big: farming country, with a SUMMER" I KKSOKT: July 1stHere I feM '.' ,
farm lands, and especially not greater future ah'a.1.In'l'stors I is another project meritingyour =--......:> .. ,
ed as!!! a pleasure resort, is Hampton alone will never make a '' personal invest tignlion and it I m: _''' E &/tiffBII I' :
where one may invest with all country. Investors in real estate, The hammer and 1 saw are busy must be seen to bo really\ npprert.hted. \> i. .. --'-, ....''. '. i,
if they merely invest to sell to the these days from morning 'til nightat like others in the, '.
be a I. Th. lands *
surety that can never I I l\NCK: II ILL (j I ',
bound lose i ill \:\ UK VCH \s\0.| II \ .1111 INC. P VII loAMI |
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decrease in values, as the rural sections other party are the Little Santa Fe Lake front Vicinity, offer special inducementto -
serving the town alone will the long tun, for the very simple near Hampton Therein much ac- those who want to follow truckfarming t n Till I i .. i if the propi rtu"t land, l 1."IJt'. ,1110011"I, I amid f
loss. The reason that they are not builders. while at the same time .... heath tin. m.irki. Hi 'thus \
be a guarantee against tivitity in the building! line, and! it the Hunipton Devilop | lOll i I ii 'i Tht'j!
city of Hampton hits an altitude of They du not develop the properties make their home in an ideal location meiit ( onipanv' "f which, Mr_ I'II its\ .t i gieiil > stem l Intl> III< : 1 .fJ'
148 feet above Ben level, insuringnice that they buy in this way. I moro and mere are interested in I Write tn A W. Tubej, foi ID I |prctidenL. Adioimng this prop-, |I in renting miiili, fav,iriilde i
clean, dry air, !Rood water.Hampton Thu! real men of this or any other I,, these development projects, as!!! the I I further In.lrmntinn.OW:': is I the I arty! they liuxe -ome :2KHO! ai'res of | itv for the Hampton' siuliun" < I ''i
lu 1ia particularly good country are the men who produce. location is most inviting for homosites limp to get, in on. tin ground:' Ib nr. : -- ---------- -- _________ 'fLW'
electric lights, The farmers are the real backboneof business - - - - (at '-
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hotel, telephones as l as offering: I 14 .. 1r
eight this. whole nation and in Floiul\ i VMP10N HI': \('II IIn.\\\S "" - - - .'
three churches, paved streets investment opportunities t
we need more real farmers.! If you I.\U.K(: : (10liS! 11\11.\
mails daily, railroads U served
two practical farmer, Florida offers One of the main projects underway ,
by two bus lines, privately operated are a
water system, and plans are you an oppoitunity. Bradford, here and, ono that tends, to rival ,\. n recreation, pleasure, and. .i {
now under, way for the erection of ,, (county one of the best( of all Flor the bet in FI'1riII18, \ what i is health resort udfonl, ,county. him TO ENJOY FLORIDA I {
their own lighting: system, a twen ida's agricultural domains, has special known as thp Hampton Shoresproject '|1UII I. 1 l hi iilinve steno" t H taken
opportunities .. of iit tie, Santa 1 F. _
ty-four hour service, the railroad rill the _
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Waldo the cur recent Luke, near IIamptun.'hrre
shops of supplying and one-half miles from thucity
written hv Frank Parker !fitock-'; one tlmk. tu :amuthemxilvts -'
The wires for rnrrying the and day crowds

current rent. the are two now towns being: strung: between ';, hri,1Iun.l..r.: Hard. Facts the heading About of Floriiia"TheTold. < ,' al road of thirteen.Hampton from the This, !served main project paved by a, is later highway being I t boating and! li-hing at outings, bathing, I II Interest Yourself in Hampton t.

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i 1 arming.1 1; : is to point. FH>
Hampton and tho .adjoining rural | eKvel">pfd, b>' AV.. Tobev, a 1'111'1'1' is a speclnllv\> built \playgtouud > I
district, numbers in population five purlThi, :loridn, (nrnwl'ho know former rl'liltor'h". bought, the I 1 which is free" to the i hilIn I .
hundi'ed. Then the nearby l beach ) and, other. features th.it I
I I property last August and was not ( 'n many
their business are making big mon- I
\It a big drawing card. ; the main of slow to sec the opportunities afforded go to make un ideal'' and. attractive t
random examples
A few I .
paved,) highway' runs through: the cv.which I have personal knowledge, )icre. In a compaiatively resoit. This death has been in 01''ratinn of. and Hampton Beach >
considora- but has
town and thereby draws short space of time he has accom- t for somenrs
\tell\ the storyOn : \
lie tourist trade. late into I'M',; linn'light: tit"I' i ''
Kramer Island in I.nke Okee.Oontiiued |1.1i.lwJ wonders here. His! lands include come
It has today a )bu:..\' commercial 200 micros, one mil. of lake I I than ever before' as tin presentownets.
]life, "evl'rall/nl''r: \', hanlwnie and ( on Page .1 II I) frontage uhuh has be-cn cleare I It I L I Kile & Nm:: havebuilt !\ "
furniture stores, a drug! store, meat and. improved for homp sites I Four t these m inv additions, and. in I '/
market, several garages, hotel and truck shipping: centers of the disc /substantial ,'ottaJt'nlr'lldy hav" fait remodi'ltd, the pine,! entirely.. I IIr. I (;'
other establishments.! ;itrnt. Investigate t Hanifiton' ; yon> ; been completed. and a big dancing :\ Kite' looked. all\ "iv<'r Florida I Ideal Homesites
Its\ a busy!' and !growing town, I will bo well impressed on vlsitin.r; pavilion, lint Jiouses.!. "It.t .. amp now sinking suitable .investments .
and. thi-, will Iii<'-i t niipri "", d with thilo< a-
and is noted ns one of the )main" Hampton and knowing the truth. retiring completion e

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the Land Produces More Per I Acre.

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HAMl'IONtiiMIM.; ;.; TOWN: r, '., f, ,I' n its III'I''Y. This. is VMI-ION HI-:.vrn DK\II; : I I\l,, Ml;:. J :1. 'II T< rl I 1'.n, I j" I ;aid I II i ii, I 11'.1I1'1"t, tilt L 1.. ihk. \. Ii. in I 11, 01OF:;1 ( t1LUER'I' ?It. ..I-. -.1." i .1 ...fl.h"'t i.rm MI
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"I ig 1 01.I t" UK fi t "if this sw \ 1 It Pitts.I:" :Mi, :N; I Ian i" g.n.r j i Mi', C,,!1 I. It 1 'I i! tin d -!tnutic; n"f I it .
I Ham"t.n1"| !.. ,.1\\'." a fnilv: ''? ,ilun, ,, ,'ieen/.el much fa\or- \\ Al IIAMI'lOS 1I.\! : (./II .111"1'11.1< ,nil, I"lIt of the. SoutlninKuil'A.i .. hiving fir-t MCII the, opportumtn N B lull!' :. .111 KtmiMtr, i i .. his :ablv nil. d! the duties of
busy trade g n.''t"t" in the past > :,, ,Ie, ,1'1., lty regarding, its 1m- One( f tl. factors dc.'cbganent : ;. ; Mr I ll.Ulltt> ,!ivl-ion MII' ,tn j, hi= lint I Lie. mid Rtartl'.1 1 the "ru i1v \Hi :Ii'te. Intl.' t..t the most ex.
coming to tin fp lit faster,, now than shipnunU' of nurden truck i' IjtifKc'st iind in I 'cunt.i 'mh I< 11, of the Southern Hail- first, lCa Tln'I'! vhn-h .business has in the U c. pi-t:,,i'inm! in Flor.t" tint,'. Mi; Hull also conducts oneida
memo : Hamilton >
--- He started a" n clerk unI leiHarrison's of the oldest/ of our general meri -
.-- -----.-.-..- ._.._,,_.._,,-_._--- beach resorts is what lei \MIMr.; ; 'handler, general super. :grown now to enormous propor- U'innntrntion! ; served! i autilu! establishments from which
intel Bent of the, Chattanooga di- tions. I
i''Known as the Hampton Beach I D"velopntent ,
seeks retire, after
term under M '- luminous ho to a
I one n postmaster
Company, an organ/u-! M-inn, and J. S. (sharp is !general:: Seven* years ago when this business -
I I I Kinlov, and two under' Roosevelt, long and active business life
I FRUITS tiori healed l Ioy able and substantial "uptrxmlrg engineer of the South was started on a small scale! ,
imiii who have pooled, their inteithtt '- ern. The rest ure all prominent local by him with only a small capital, .. ...
who have been connectedvith I.:...._,_. _._..__._ ,, r --- :
t in this project and aro successfully men thcte were but few cars owned in
LMO.sT: e-vrry variety of fru.t tree Is growing putting it over. our business! life for many Hampton' I t I II J
in this county. Tho most common to be foundon !II i
It Is largely duo to their uttivlt years; men who have made good, His is u general service station t
the farm are FileR, pears, peaches, plums, I 'ct that the present Improvements, and men in whom one places! impli- I carrying all manner of accessoriestires : i THE: HKUJEST: COUNTRY STORE FLORIDA; t tI
pome'grnnatcs, Jnpane persimmons' and plums, bath houses (casino and playground cit confidence One makes! no rots. tubes, etc, and the usual gas,
t Patsumn oranires, grarefruit tangerines, kumquats, : at Hampton Beach are in existence take in investing in Hampton oils,. and R''n's. One may always I INVITES=' : YOUR TRADE
t I bananas, scuppernong grapes blueberries, dewberries and, i are attracting crowds, from a'lpurtx Beach Development Company propel n-t assured of receiving prompt I
t The acreage to Satsuma oranges is growing I The hoMmKH of this compiinv tier. ten I courteous service, clay or night I i II I
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t steadily, the two leading fruit trees of t the county include, C2" lots, a goodly U. W. (.ILI.E'1"1' :MAhKSr.OOMA -- a" Gillett is always personally on
t being pecans and Satsuma oranges, The cultivatedtree I number of which are water frontproperties 'r ii.\ II'TI; WITII i \KA.K; the job, looking after the wants of
t blueberry! has been Introduced in this county, i i and, these lands are their many patrons When passing!
i further well suited, to all manner Another outstanding example 'if through Hampton top at Gillett'sfor Durden
the larger orchards coming into bearing this year I .J.LA.
;i of truck farming, being also served what men iun do in Bradford coun. ervie \ Ii" nehes, or cold drinks. .
I I'j' with highway transportation faA ty is found in the case of C. W. Gillett Mr. and !Mrs Gillett are two real
FLORIDA I dlith') new hold, of brick and who ably conducts the Hampton live-wire boosters for their section I
concrete construction is soon to be Garage one of our busiest ser. and, HS such we take sincere pleas. : General Merchandise r ri
TilE rLAYCKOUNI) OP THE NATION I erected on this lake front. vice stations, well known and well lire in IIl'eorlli ig them !mention In
I !I The personnel of the firm include patronized by people of this see- the pages of this Booster edition. i I HAMPTON:\ FLORIDA( t

Hampton, Hampton Beach, Hampton i 1 A. A. Durden, K L. Kyle, B. B. I i t tI
Nolan, J, S. Sharp, W. W. Simmons t
Shores! and Beautiful Little Sante Fe Lake i I C. C. Chandler< J. A. :Me. I I t \\E CHOW WITH FLORIDA :

altounding in fish invites the )lover of the t t
M and the building activities completed i WE SELL EVER\THING=' f
great! outdoors. now in progress and plan. : I i
ned at the nearby: lake resorts. 'I'

I U'JIoTIOI'LEA: : : : Ufm HEALTH I Outside capital is interesting itself } }
in particular in the Beach de. GROCERIES-DRY GOODS
velopment properties, as here Is in
Come and Work, Uest and Play in tho II the making what may eventually be rh _

Hampton m'igohlJOoll of Brl1Morl1 Count}... one of tho very finest of all :Florida t t
f winter Hummer resorts t it
I And us a home, city, H:impt. 'I ,
citn't be beat, as it is iilialh, 1 llll i.at. t *
,I ed Ion the main -tntc highway 13, J CHIVA SHELF HARDWAREFLOUR I
near enough to the riir busy trade
( enters" for ready connection, v-t 1 FEEDs, SEEDS FERTILIZERS !
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wa I., iple' to enjoy rest and. Iul.t'] i *- ,
If I I Ii I iniiiNt. ideal surroundings. .. I.W.y .\ UK: IIKII: ) put: ACHE IN TilE HAMIMOV: SECTION:; FURNITURE=' f
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HAMI'ION: I IIIII'!;, SIOItK: V 1 !MCT I( M I \ '' 'I I'. 1-1 t'' f in" I'ItEI' \I m-:. G FOR( Miss \1. (t'. \1111\ \ III ssi i .i 'hl' I'u.n'i ,' t ti\t' 1 611y.r. \lh, I II"l l I l\ :SMlMiiKtiiiMi| 'II'| |..\ 1-: t I' H'' 1.1 I

1O"EU'Ii<>I> :' EI'tIII.I; :-II -.: I : l,' .I..H.. .: i"t.'. g.",.oil. "':,11 in .'ni 1)t)() '111.E Titn, America? : r \ui\r.\; 1:1: ;: \1.1 n t I'I- \IOU '''''". ..II l.nl. l I..ui. l ,. i ilUO 1. ..:': 1 : :

,i : 11 to I I' I.rii.:. It .1. ind: .>.,il,'. | I.St t 1. )
bi.nn, i.iKier. ,
Hampton' : -- iiii I.
.. Pelts, Ktiiiff Set l n.II" und' Grtd1; : ,sib i n one' of our l-iliuM. nl .
.\ thing/ isu fly found in even I aid th.! t.Ue ill KCUUI 'in ue I I'M f .in'i\oiingei. ,! bits ltless'' men "r Hi .In'r i is, .Iapi11ly'| nming)' Co the :

luige-l ciu-. Ai., .I.K tnt Hindi I I imute ttmineliil I support' from Iteing I'Kii.ired, (for :New "..1 I ,'Mpe' 'inlh' .deserving men- .fora..t. .le-ponsiMe\ ,:. I D, ,'to," '. ., u pii'diuo', snipping' center 1 I I
'limn" W. 'nn' ,rle-neil"! b ref in ,n.lI1. i | .,
and up-lo-ti>i.-aniiiUte' ,, ;, | Federal, tcovcrnmenl for its agI Line of Trud.I I* ,ii,1.. n n 1 I these pngeis M (r. Stith, I I> tilt pub.!11', n I 1'n 11.1> i 'ii- ,,f be.an-, IIII.! siiahoiluiMiig |
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nicoits In cMceiic.u: Lore U ,, I IItutuI :nd. horticultural woik o h i )lia i;i- In en idi'titilicil,. 1 with Stnrkei been .Mhippeil" from r '
For several week. the0ster 1 thnt
Hampton Drug Store, cnriying! i -- life fur the .past nine I'Illl\1 nil.( '
J leaving tho stateIr.' Jardlne ; cm NM(5n.r(; Million during.' the.
Union lino gIUlhll\ I' lifen betting "\' punt ten day*.
full line of all uvuiil drugs, | i nth as, n real estate operntor.li ,
... that ho i..d i profited,i mih-n 1 their poles back from the One of tli0 largi-Kl of 1
dries, stationery, novelties ( \ >-"Ih. while conipainti\ely. new To I 11 I c U nrd. of I crops Wilt"'
with soda fountain In : I the trip. \Vo feel that Florida :-'onboard right of way, and! l.itAevk t County l'ommisaionet' melons! I known for
H I II ii M" '. 1I i- \'in slraiipeiHe, was for! years\ is expected t
which is busy night and day I will benefit In material: a steam ho\el staited at tli $, Hi-adfoiil county: '
i : n very i 'ar. prexlonslv connectedK to start rolling with tho next 1
ing- to tho local and! transient 'north' city limits' to prepare t'i' Several hnve II.'"."I ,that I Maken
ih lumber uf
from the opr "itimity to show \ 1 :: large concern tlihty dii.\s/ the
,rode for double traik l ling 1"- Miitctnotit of i(rop being estlmiitid -
the new
This is further example of I ( iiniount of fer.
a I J.U-i III!: sales nodIglt.1mI
"MM n" manager
,: Secretary" of Agriculture it- / ,! nt Hit 1
lady/ Biiccee.ling in our business : laid bttueen Stalk and BnM- .. i : i connection became. 1hnncll".t through mv olficeiiuo cars.
It is owned, and rpointed by :\ j < problem. and opportune; Will Kapid: 1 progress) 'is being!: ,mnd'1in .I' fivornbly known OMM-" lietng cel'I'IIII!. la','(' for the linn.lcer:" i I. loiated. in one of the

!Mary Thigp'n, formerly of I t tir-t hn( ncl. throwing! up the new grade,! 1\11.1 I Iit n I.M-V (imhrncrd in llrndforili 1 ,I Ion I nut r..IIUnth". \ and, the approximate t best farming section c of tho county
will only. he" few weeks. befiie( --axing s
\will who took it over about a tr ,,( \ on sunnI and tho farmers arc making good 1,
During thU time I N. Cooper & Son's poulti it is completed! to I.awtej, whit r. I (norm( ,
years ago. 1 I' Inreal e..tnh'4'111111'. ., he has say dellnUelv tho exact: dexpite t the unfavorable
has! rondo a pronounced, success 1 in cm the' outskirts of Staiko+ :> will connect with the grade fin 'tuiiigs, ii' i t' far,,, I HI(. prin-H', Miry/ seasons if
d far in promoting
di'' so a the fiv
the business and! I is personally l" !: to be a mone>'--maker.: r. i-heil there. nub.. .f worthlnle Allies, and, hut lifter a' ;.m-lnl" n i-hnmtr. as part' yenrs. j
known throughout the 1 whole I Itrict. : .? furnished. us! with n picture, The new track will, run on tin 'i r p l "..r. hl.j': 1 II.s "in; I.i.,. ,Ill. .".uiicrvntne. '- I
'i I tilers prntieitiesi '
.' ing!: over a thousand/ hcnd east side, of the present track, tin, i I. i "i ie M tn \ ii M i.i return, f.". I MI'.n' t ''h', f.,)ll.mnig,! -ti- 'n "O ,per. t I.m, "making. n total. ) of f
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L. G.JOINS: MARKET I made. For those interested. In the extension. The right ..f(.fI t
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ban I 'ninI at''il' will In( plenstd" to fur 1 II' 11 I II I I" County Agent. "
-- 1: poultry. game, and arc willing: way claimed ,by the railway tak.I .'-
A busy trading place and ( 1 learn how tr attend! to it prop- I ir Inlit.lnJrl'l; on both sides, of th'I .
popular with the people of the ', no 'better source of Infonni- I railroad, through! the! main part o r f ft
trio around, ] is tho I I It It Iy Pigs Peas Potatoes Prosperity
Hampton 1<
,: ean we give' than to "refer them t own i
ifry and meat market conducted ( ('. X. Cooper & Son, :Staike> It was announced, recently thnt
L. G. Johns.! ]Here is another
timer who is native of this the'e" .. :!
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Hampton for the pnst fo..t. '- ,

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A good! !live wire .- I
booster fur this d"trid.'; who ..-: ,; .I! ..::, ( ( I II

always well done his liiire in t, !,; ,,'111 ,y Ri

progress.moling/ conlin]His un lines il include welfare/ all i 4; QJifA int 11 l 1s Jj j

unl staple and fancy ,','
feedstuff :.md fresh iiu-nts. F\ 1J ;- iilW RII..11 I

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.. it to Hampton and hnuld reel' ..:.. ......-= ..:. !"'.- """' J ; ___ *ikIL ._ -V I LY-_.:
n full measure of the people's I 1 '

tronage at all times. Joan Alden shown above woe the ''i' If Ifi'
w wltimr of n Imthlna beauty content
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\KIHM:' :: o\ ri.oidnx( 'i 0 Many are roilli-llnii| Hint "h.. '
'- sill. rnr\ off tb turnout an. ":II'' "I;
JnrJine cnmo to Plot'h, he .. -- .tun.ll..i'. In tII''...nnl, beauty t t r '
the Htuto, and i.' <. win conn> 'red, /t\7: ," '. .- .I trot Atlantic I n \ N J.. this Hum' I '
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impression, if not the general <, : A'II.ffdd' ,, !f f". ,11 i.ifl! tin d "111, :,. talk v-i'l In. ,'xl"Itd.|. t II

vlellon\ of t'lose' who. had, the !, .h..,_ I.. l1\ ."tI... ,.Jlh"14'1I.! u ,I Ihwg': ,.I'.II
tunity to n '. CM. .,'nry tin Sec '1U11if.' ... _--._ ':- .. ..:-." ', i ..i I1) L.I".is. I i ti liarn" d of the .'. ,; ,/
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of Agriculture on his tour! of -- -; ;.. \ I .1 |1.la' Th'I"' llabeen l u i ,
peninsula' and ob.eio" Ins n""IIl'l, ,, "I' ;;1.'P; ,. !,' '"i. .1.i >'bi'|<'- tl.lcl.n! t>' t1J
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All of Mr. JurJ'n0's\ uttei,'anvhilu a.nd. .I 111,1. : "\ti I,>"il I to. :-tlll'I\O', ;,11'ilt )'

1 in Florida. the fullest I I le'iiid. with hen\ii-i-1 :
lecognizes to extent 11",1" n. I 1.1I\\'EH--\1m.y\ lienn Shipping; :Seine; at I1l1l1l1lonIa.: I \1I"III"'I I ) |< 01 \ UK \ Ill'LII111rl. <<< S I I' I'll i I II I It l
agricultural r.ml hoititultural. rail and, comurt'on' made with '
1 ih'ii;"' :Much Country Produce is Marketed and. Shipped, 1'iom. th"' .. Mi... i i.iln i 1.i of n 1 llojn'. 1'1R'Ian: / : n1'Vnln/rd: | in, III" nil' i I l II""u t 1.,1"i i I ., ,1111'" 11., i 1'I I I I'I .; '
eibli:ties of the .state, and that ( ;luiiuxvilltthrough! t Sampxon ( 1tv
forpoos a great development of Hampton Section. oxer, (the old' T \ J. "n 'J.1 .. |..ii.-. ,-Iiouii/ abov. all" HI.. .,I1'.r' ,III.. i I"i'';' < I d"I .i "it i 19 ,11 I.. .. a h 7."I/I t

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I Real nWill: Reap Rich Harvests on Florida Lands I IJ

MUhit UMI'X.NYM : ., ", I .. :' 01 f JI'' '. .-" f 'T nr ew $2,500.009(
N. MdOHK' : IIUI'..SN i.i'oui: ; i.I'.LL i : KS: 1.1. INI : trr.n 1.1
VMlii:; "I 1\\MSKKKIKs I ; ( : '.1.I :i.l.I. ..,.i.1NJt: : ; I iijll.l. \< : ,I'I'I.IKS; I IO< \1. 1U \Uiiar ; : ,. .: .: ." eel| air --1 r---ii; [ of Atlantic
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A i'' "r fr 'in !)> W Moon 1" .. .. '" '." -'" ," IM1IL',. > "lur: I :.. :... :....' : I I' .fi ..". ,
: ", 'nuns 'i"t" ;'f.l f '' .planters., Il .. I t,'c< ral ..Id. 1 njf mat. r al ".' N l? First Lady Smiles It Through
N .t. t !I. I ."- -"panv. forAT Jl+ ll r r Yrl

t'', I ,111"r/ I.'. 'rI i \, ,f I .. r.t' -. -i- tl- < ,. .mcr"I.

I j i''" :rirf >I'i.;it' I :'" ,f t"" ; 'I' j ,1 I. i.' r ';'o.r.i' anA; -tar..e, a firm

I I r 'I 1I 1- ". :.t 11: bji c-tab red here for

I 'i r'' ti'MI ;. ',;! t ', i'I .-.1.[ i I'" .1" -I.-I.f d.! >! .., t ,N. 'h an twenty; :sans, This was
fcI ," r.in "J.rIph, ..r 'rr't .: t 't I- ''.< ..- ;.k n over by; DeWitt C. Jones a .

I I ?*':, :ild er; I li;! I .. to r..J. II4'"" inN( It'.1, :, .. .t\ f.-; ;-' I. -''.- I i r. "I' aao and 1 under his ownership
,, ii.u, : a iiim-( ,iila nn-l h'' piers let, 'Ijaine-.ill"!! s i a- or.timtr J to prosper. In charge
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t".r'i f '' al.n. r < '".t I i n. of the business Is Comer A. Long, 'J 111-: BII.\\. '....1' COl N I IKY
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.,.a ', |II| i "4-Tf f.'ifi one of our younger business men, S'lOKK: IN: FI.OKII>

.,,, f r1 .1. j ha ,.n u1' a who is making good.AH .
1 I ',' teu "' ; d '1I'ral1.hal.'l: .'-c ."t ire of A
: ; : '.. ''I July ai.-i .. I- ,:' .t. \ "" ()- usual! lines of lumber, general
M I i ;ary A. Durd.cu ut Hani' t' n.
A., ,1. "and wit' 'I l Aoith/ of ferfr
Civet I )have pn ktpjarii .. .1 g"ld 1:1'-,2: 'I'I (if-d! n par ''1. .p, ;1- a part >f painters and hull k-ra! supplies, etc., -

"f utraivbihav -ro which i 1I M.e '. If.' -.t' 'I ''hi :> 4p>.. 1111110 in are < arriod and stocks are Urge Jack on\'ilc-Tne! transportation <. .UioCj a tremor ti rr. d j.> '.\ '.

; n eivi, 'I| "oil an .....'rnlp, SJ ,pare. alas Hi ;a >t. painting, the rnoiJtrh: w s..pply: every want alongthf.a ; survey. of Florida! to be conducted spinal/ column f tl.''. r- '.' .
IJl pitkinsn ( < iel.rat"| lJu ,tii...h pru'' .xy, usnif line?. .
I United States .
"ei-.i I (per |unit. ""' by the departmenti Th r>o- .i iiltY! : : 'is 1 b: > :- t.
,f the lu"' 'Il ,mi/, I most highly .m- .. .
d" good( crop --- f and the American ,
a UA.IKIthe
Mtw.th i commerce t
,, J -IIIPI-' '/ I /: Iire>"nt time to' ; /
f, Hi on the bu--i:: and prospects pronl method :\ foWC11J| AUKM'Y; KOKSTAKKK Railway association at the requestof ship, and forcibly: impre1the pr e t
to June J. R. Fowler, tnei l ntly, acts. : ; l: chamber of ,
"look 1 goo 1 for berries up the Florida state jest of a new hotel 'f pretensv!' usufficient -
iiit-or! ; of (;iamevdliAnother live will be the first of its ,
1 l.-.th. ommerce to BI-I.I'' mmodate 'i'"ii'h'rn -
If there U any further information \ioU ,. booster for our section of tho According toV.. C. Carmichael, Character ever undertaken in the of the legislature when it con.

any of your readers ,desire, I -tale.I of the firm of Forrester & ('armi- L'mted States by the government series in regular session next: year

will, IK- glen to furnish it. I give -- --- ,rhael, 'if Gre( n C-jv,. Kprinita, they from Washington by the state .. 1/ -
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th"'su figures: to show what can be arc in the -!a-ar future to open an ( hamber.TallahassLc. Work started on new $250.0011

done by intensive, cultivation and a agency headqi'artc-rs at Starke for .----- ofTeo, grinding mill! at Saraaota.
clone ILl ..ntlon( to /tInk.tiruthe, Tho American! Kt-ataurant, us :tin the distribution ref lice, Oakland -Every few years the Mn. OooUdc. with ber liMrttabl mile, helped to lay the cornerstone
known, it busy littli- lunch room, and Pontiac; cars. The new I'on- fearful threat of removing the Jaek-onslle: Kapt.ita award contratt .K 1M 1'.,. "_'. CkrUtlaa Association1 new building In Wulv"

crop !IH hUH:.' the, days s"rvinlhe local tiitc' ig to be especially! featured, state capital from Tallahassee fir religious educatirjnalt Saari ---

Yours truly, arid transient, trade with all and this popular make is now considered presents itself in a manner which .ill :nnif C'Hlir.g' : $257,000.) .- -,- ,-..-.- ,_.._--_._,-,-,-,---,
I U..W. MOOKK.) : manner of delicate-: lunthes, soft one..., of the.. .. very- best in its -- -- --
drinks I etc. It is said to be a General
HIGHWAY MAKKKTAMI: It i Is conv.meutly located at the price Motors range product almost throughout New! Face Among British Royalty i
: ; of main highway
our which itself is food
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'I IIM review, would be incompl to and, main attractive Mtrc-ct HU all tourists.t'JIIak,TIio. t antt'll.Ir.: Carmichael is to be in j> "' 0< :' ,v." '..., ,,,/, "-'"
doubly to charge of the StJirke agency He ; ;;..; ;; ;:;':;:: : ; .p 1W1"." {, E. W. AYES E S
mention! of Mr.r ., >
\'.itl'- 'it alto proniincrit business m owned, and opeit.tcd by; has made a bile success with the f'$ : jj-x '
.r.-ti-dr.tn! al1l 1 sanitary meat 1" p 7 i'
i 'r : Mr. and :\frs. U/ l.ielI1""h" took f'hevrolet at Green; Cove !Springs.", .. .. ... .. "' ,
,I'-nkel., t tii'! Hihvay;: ; Marli"-t,, I it over MIX morthB afo.( ---- .- f V.f A"z<4"" $,:>'.HI."I4 w.WN<..'.."......." ;f: ; / .. !
hi I li bat been "u'.t(ll fuly! con- They personally; attend to the' "K.: 1VI1.15 i-:i. HI'\I.: KSTATK: ;:_,.
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it'i'ti-I,' 1 d ring the pact two yairaI butincHH, the /preparation of the ilW' w{ 4""' ,;_ .. ''..'.'.. ...
I \\' :M. "Hdw-.rd: i, another! of our food and the service. Thh ,use .", .... t-:, v. COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
K.V.: Hayes, 1'radford county'stux b. ;' ,, _.. ,
I. -ire and wide-av/tko business: known in, particular fur its homu- collector who. has efficiently -"." ..... t
mIll!'; pies which are prepared, .byMrs. six '4.1
Idled this i.fFirc for the past ,
W M. Howards: personally, i.1 : I.ielieno: und l lire a (great "I' 11-
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w.I I I l.rn throughout tho whole 1, ALSO
wn drawing 1'lIrd.V.<- recommend thi'American '' ::
i Gds hu/.inoys und has been actived"riiiir .. E'a v-:" .
,d.-tn, t "* an able! business min bunch lioom to the tradelOii'Vi" '' !" the pant few m'nlhllIr.' : .Y ...., ", t --
und, excellent citizen with whom . 'i'. z : '> t
--- ---- "' 'tyes, liy vii tuu of his ofl ice, .i., : A"r :4kn: / 's ;'
> 'nr. people, take pleasure in dealmir. A"' j
$ i iiit''i heir bout' o ,
roily well 'ipialilied to furnish Broker
Real Estate
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!II.f i H mitlve of this locality nndj.i !Son fr'! lc". !'e i t'" '- ." i Licensed
.I! l/iiied 1 information regardingtb ..... .. Lj "f"'I! I
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'di.riii!, ', hii, t'mo with success. For Work Htiirt'd on new llollvwoodKrammiir .t'on' ; and r I laeei his service, with-, .w. .:

.-., t I ni'.. IK- was engaged in farming' :. school, 1.thllIOIl.unn: ) < ( ). "u t ,I'hari-e nt Cho 1 J: dipO'-al of nn\-, I KNOW THE COUNTY THE SOIL AND TilE ;
v.l., in.i;. lint:i lore-ti, d, a u, I will. Little Rllznbith: Alexandra' Nary shown al n the newest or Eng : ,
'11'1" "mi t in tilt t.rno: of opening! thin land'* irlnceesfs. The In ml m th" daughter! of the Duke and Duchess
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'in '' 11via 1 connected with the ,, in.slrui -s ir I iiiu| n'i of York. Water wan brought o"p' illy from the lover Jordan to be used 4 HAKCAINSVKITE:; :; OU SEE :ME.I : .
IInd",1. "r tinn lit l'rntproof.herd"4 1 ''n' m Starke. for ber christening.
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-.I l i "toiairo, plant, etc? and ,pr' "'s. '. P ., ;!j' -1";,>r. 'U. '.w.-. y--' '' __ _. -,- -,_.- -..- --- -- --- ?
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\ iII.,,' i.T, rrr'rc'j, IH I'tirrli'd,1 in :/ ;j r $ K? : : 1 I '
,? I, Ii' II for tho convenience" of / : : I WILL, HANDLE) YOUR I I'I

OJl'I b..""lrwife." ;: /
!Mr. I Ivhviir: !t in ruing! : his MWMkillinir \ I

), and, att-iiding to the! I bu.i, i ii (
i 11(" in prison, ,eliminating' inn .'>

"v'", :,1/,1 i'" : ''liB'i i which ull.A. Country Produce'I
liim to retail, meat : of tho highest: -it I

quality nt unu' ,niii! n.; low .jiriies.fi. .. .
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:Mr:: si'AitKi: UKAI/IOK;

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The, 'In" "''spetlvo' Kittler" of "the.' SHIP THKOUCni THE HOME MAN (
jiart, when ;looking toward mve Mi
linn' .n ,liny, il.ilriil. like.s. t"Imv
,. the ahMliinncc' that he in dealing
: ,'. illi 11 ,reliable, ) and, trustworthy i ii i
li'iiiMK' i At :Slarkc: we are ,pleased, I .Ii., ''I I I" ",l'I'' -, nu' hi-re. aK Ab ve" pn'tui,, i 'i'o'I \\ "'d 'i, IlrJ'runt'hD of :Starke.:; More and more attention '* Jc F1 HOUSER

to. nnti11,Lat. we liatu' nut Lien overburdened I I" II "i. t i .1', ,o," '"i dair' > - ir> forage crops for the fe -dintr of their herds on a few I

with I'10, lIy-" '-"iJht son "I' r i i n with the, I, dairy industry. Of late, t....'n'. '. has '" n i 'mm h activity in educating our farmers to the idea of pure bred i
of rent ,.Htute, agent, whose) afilu aim
i Is t.. "mike, the!: one bale, mid then pun' )hied -II"ein w 'hendii'tr nlmiirt, every herd. Thii is truly n .. ,,deal dairy farming country, situated close to the state's metropolis.

forget the l .. HAMPTON, FLOIUDAstote
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take particular' pleasure in I .- ,- ,--,- ,- -_..-,- ,_,_ _.._ ,_.._ ,_ ,_.._ _._._,_ ,_ 'W.' _, __,___ .
introducing and in recomiuenilmu: Street S'tit; j 1'
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u man wl o has in t only made an .
outstanding, suu'eps of his own 1 busim ,i .t- I
-., but mil,'u 'liar been inntruitu-n-
till in piMi'iiring" for our locality Bulbs and I

many of i ur todny prospennm, far Flowers I
mersi i Ii! Vl. Inmiir.M .Real '
I '. Iii ii uln I has ,ever 1"1111 worker ( .
for ri'.id" improvement" and due H i .r.6.i.o.i.r.i.t.i. .. !.I..t.ii. s 0 .1.t.r.i.I.J.1.i. .

to his elf i-ts( mu. h progress h.ibeen ,

made ill our I'onLuillillll,I :' 111- II1' T
ors of thus who "" organized: npresent I
I iH'livc, rhamber} of com'" f HOME: SITESAcreage
mori'o and lias,,, ',V.r been ready, t r r t
put his Blwu'-!t'r to I the whet! "h," v.fi the United States
progressive movements were start- i I ..........

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For Born t'mo \:t. Inmun )i.ii

been Farm associated Agency, ono with of tho tho lar Strout I ( -

and most responsible concerns of Large
its kind-in-'-ho United. -, :States-" I ,

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of cur later )bmini 11I1.li..! t __ __ '_ __ _. I I
lions and one that add. to the I

transportation: conveniences here I or Small

is the Stark Express, and Transfer, I
Company owned l and operated o b!' I I

Ceo. H. IIiR'-'intotham( who haw th.
opportunity 1 1'rl' and started th.,
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makes line about regular two months trips IIKO.bctwe.Starko ". ..........

and I Jacksonville!, and n.' .

plans additional service to O. .11.I Melt M sllatl d tIWr..rrtlww ? Waldo I Nurseries WRITE FOR INFORMATION
and Gainesville., Oivcthe new concern Waldo, Florida

a share of your business. You I.
will find his service and charges ,

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I An Opportunity Is Waiting _For You at Hampton, FloridaA. .

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A real booster for<' nrndfind,) ,rotor 'hicoiin'y, '' .11 ,d J i in, hini-clf an ex.ample I .\ ...f f .1.< proiuoU-r, Arthur 1. linn' \ .In..! will bt1l.nl( t." nnswirniir ,
n-g.iiding Hampton or Hamp-
,. ty and for his home town of Hampton of what a nun ran u, hiss: I HAMPTON INVITES YOU i. ;".mhlSiiito. .\ I Ultt-r uf inquirsieking( furIhor investment
ton t M.-imty opportunities
in 1 particular, is A. A. IJurili-, ), In iv with thrift/ iiu'.ustry,,: and! bus i. taking/ part In the business t information! relative, to investments i
t Your letter will have' their! t:.:
who:! for the past seventeen years tics-' acumen. III rife of this section Mr Gould! has in this HtX'ticm. 1I ; .
,, has been engaged in mercantile i, :Mr.\ burden l> has ever been active. 11.1 I'iptoii. niif of t tin- busiest t points of all I ever been foremost t to take nn active I prompt. attention. Do it toIIl, :y. f
lines at Hampton, and who today In every progressive! movement foi r'I I I'.i:, ',iilinri,!! .) l'ounty. i ii'ins' with other ISradl'ord cons t t interest in every progressive' IitvpHtigntc I t the llnmption/ section j This fall will sec nn unprecedented! f
operates the largest( /and best! his... county and,) in particular habr : .I t' i,1\-\ -eiiiliiiK you this message of welt 1I : ., 'movement for the ('"mm"tool./ of Bradford, ,'uunl '. You. will like | boom lit Hampton. r r rtir. .
stocked general( niuivhamlise. toro >-i an (i--pocinlly: hard worker i 1:1::'I and: has /given mui-h of his. time to Hampton. Tho prospcvts for the I
in the co-jnt.y, which incidoiitly I fs, ndvnncini. the interests of Hampton | ,,' c and tins ll'Uthfnlnl\lt authentic compilation I such work. Pile to. his olTurls the I ullire ut ll.imi'to'i. (>xcc>ptionnl- : --- II '
the larpcFt country store of its and thnt A t of fact' 1'I! 'tiding this .Ii-trkt. I .. I i
neighborhood. new r : ]h Hampton Chamber of' I'onimorce, a' 1 I., !"' 'grht 1111111"1"i I' a place ufopportunities.
kind in the state of Florida. In' -, modern brick III I .. 0\0 ;\0111( lit t
< m" n structure a 1 I The H.imiti|' si- 'tll ; t'
]litactive of t'rj!
J TinM i not a ivul ,' tllll' folder, not propaganda body suite memorgnmzid .
This store, carrying immense |iiiturc of which ID seen in thosi. 1 1I I"'r, Wl1S, and, is now teen, produces. ..
: -i-i.l out to pro-pi'ftivi' buyirs of lands of iniost ( i ,
stocks of all manner of general p.ilfos' IK now !being" erected foi ; : \
merchandises, caters to :II large trade him. I I ton: I 1 It- \altii. setting i (!anti in glovingcolors! the .1 I '" -===-
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those of many milo adjoining in Mr.: Burden was nmonu: those to' A t t.i'i.' -HciiUition-s.), -'. In :lId \v.e mv not anxious: tot : I

_. .. i i i.. c- :-i ii'iilatortlio: make a business\ of !specula- :
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:, = : : : '::: : ::: I t :".!1'1'" are nnxious\ however, to bring tha : Buy in a Growing, Busy Community

y, i ye' .-T I .: ''H([ home to vou< of t the outside world.) Z II

y 1 J i u i lic-ve truths ae ;sot forth here in this isI : !III '

i I I : :-i I 1 roiKervntive wayAnd these fact: mv : II '
1 'I i 11'1 -o I that yuu will Know the 'rite'!"", and, s IN1'ES"I'IG.1'rEit ; :

.: 1'I > ,' flow\ IIIJ.T WI'II'iiiNeslijj.iii'' lor yoiir"i-lf!I and I wi'l' :

I : "i.." tiui. ,iii..i'U>. \\c- iit-c-d niori- pimpk.mil!) .. tin''ni : it

t ; i e ,i- ,.niiiit'|'. /count i lnr more/ people lo prosper here.i .: 1
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t !I : !impUiii' (Hie of the most favored sections o:: : IaIIlpton'

;" ,: I t I|I : i 'IIII'd: cotint.v.: :and of northern Florida, for that :
s m i e ?r.1'
I I : I "I.1 has nianj inducements to oll'er. I Hampton' i

I t i- .li'-uiily, ; ( trrnwint( Hnmpton oll't'rs everything( Z ZZ :

I i) ini, more in (-\(-\I' way than any other section ori : Florida
i : \ ; .nf a like population in this state can possibly( t II

-, I| "!1't-r tu the prixjii-ctivo ,settler.llanipton i I
Ii.. wcOc-oines new' people of the rigtart .1
Poultry, a ironing; Indu-try I 1 :, \ to make: ,, t their permanent: home in the town or a I !"I i Hampton Offers Every Conceivable At- I

1 m the immediate vicinity. Hampton iiiul Hampton :
Hampton otters advantage to the I
every I i people, bill! you welcome. i I Ii traction for Ideal Home Life
l JI"> ,,> |>i>cthe investor. If you want an ideal
Write to the Hampton Chamber of Commerce : I II I Ii .
I home city, in close:: proximity to the larger i y

t trade crnti-rs. beaches, lakes and resort .. I urt her information. i NKAK TO TIIK ItlC(; CITIES:;
"iTvi'tl l ,by crooil! railway and paved highway i
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lran"|' : facilities: or if :youant n NEXT DOOU 9'1/1'111...:: IlKACII: KKSOKTS:

I town that offers) exceptionally Rood!} open- I II -I II i 1
I rccu 'JII\R\ 1. (;OLI.I: ) Sl'C.
uitr/!* in various lines of commercial pursuits, of the !> I CKK1> AT btalprUN'' t muI
hat. owing to its location ns the trading +I na I ) Hampton II"t..llln<1 Promotes I LIVE IN '

I I "< iiti-r for a rich agricultural region j i! )puny< a ( Successful Subdisision I I IIII

INVESTIGATE: HAMPTON1'iitiil :; S/I II /I borhood major II Hamilton nnd,; bradford;:; are for- I III t

!t I ntte in securing Arthur I. (Uoull! I Ia Gould Park
,, getting( !
live wire ;business' man former
: A d ]> [ I: of Ilnitford. Conn., to interest i y
resort her.. '

I ) will ( )Looking' ; fur im fitment oppor.i'
ris rrwlitr :Mr. l ;,-.., Gould; J pimped through our'' 'IIII I ,'
I II I the \ I and, wins it.ipn-8.sed, with tho j jl -". ,
;N11 I (') ) l> ( slaKi! i of f development. HlJII TIM: ONLY: ILII'TOl'1I':\ ; ; \' I)1) ':\'I': ; ;

I ,pli-ascd. II n man of broad \'islol'llnd in- lAl'111N'1'y y t
t It qi other iry ''j he wns not slow to see and, j 1.01'C.N:\ UK OUTAIMID: ) A'l' I'UOM;. :$:;.itl.IO'fO: ) ) $+ IUO.OO1' () ,
advantage of the self evident I
t ty.
future awaiting this dis .\ : "'
J. ).'. ()\ : : : ; nod needing l hut man'n Ingenu- .
i! thrift aid industry to cTPiilo j
I II : / ): I i ELECTRIC; ; : J.HJIT'Iill(: :\ : ) (GOOD: () It I
t I a fir"t011.111'0 Mr. Gould; no- ,
\ ; | '. the 11.\IIII'tOl"\ |> Hotel., a llos. GITAKAVIKKD; ( : : ttLI
I I II. good. ( at inv..slinJt'I" already: well known, und p/lt-I|
:'11' This, un'lf'1118 ownership I
here for ,- ;-d, t,> p'o'P", "-"r. He has now I :,
I. I highway; between' Slarhe and, Hampton I nection charge: of the hotel I as manager, 11'1' 3Minutestf'rom:; ?: ( [>ostoffice
local .
the ,
.!. .. .. I J. I'en reI', who is an able man __ _
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his plae, and he is devoting hill
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business time to n subdivision of city I AND :MAIN SHOPPING(; < 'ENTER: t
which Hall n.s .snail. as he ha 1
r .f and .. ,, ,
i i f -e l l.iy.ni: ; out the civil en- .
been (' lljf work and) some publicity YOU CAN LIVE HERE: < OMI OltTAIII.Y) I I'/I111C'll/) :. .. .LESS:
with i ardinlt U; is venture was broatl-

-r' One te.I. There are !sixty lots in nil, I THAN J IN TIIK; (OLD NORTH{
II him / i<1<'ully located. on the main high ,
I tion '. Up to. List week (
for ,! already! been .icdd,lWNltyotW)1/ I,
jneratre EnKliind p-uple., j I II
ers of Iherovll d-tv-t -
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t m tn"ordlll know < ; >.!:1'.1 i and J Cotri.hors: I f di'i'.e, .w.iys, ore flanked i.nirf.t" hy t.. I i frank G. (iiiiilfl /& Arthur I.I Gould, Dovolopers/

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ULACKS.MITII: : AM I WOODWORKING Stnrke !by J. F. C'olloy. years experience opened this;; ron ''I p I u- i r-- '.f the \\ ,Mitarn, -! \vawi: CURLS tRor FOIU'Y 'IIIOI'S- I I.i.ery. :Mr and.' :M.I:. :Morgan per. ridmiM' and real believers in Flor.

PLANT Here in another history of steady a email scale as a Muok.imit h \.."n.k I.i.i with n.' rrr' MI.iit1 ,' AND I CARS unruly atti-nd.. th wants of their ida. :\Morgan: i.a native of Florida

progress nnd an example of what shop about fifteen years ago; h, hint...ryir -- I>alr"ins and lire "< II known to the and hi served ably for fourteen

IS KEPT IIUSY thrift and industry, combined with has !been a resident of Sturkc fc, Tn lay: he- iI.." tho lent equipped Appi).,.'illluII.I.; fiity. thousan I I radi: of the vvlmle distrut.Furtho. >'ears as Slarke's assistant: post.

ability, can accomplish in this re thirty years. HIM business cnjoyca d ,hop m northern Florida< of its kind nil.ids. nf <'ilrtis fruits i have been :, tni"-A tvhave alvvavr master.In .
Among the important industries and, caters to the trade of marketed, from the groves of Florida businc.ix have
gion. steady increase until soon It many; 1 been among the foremost of our tney been successful
In Bradford county Is the !general: miles oiljuinini. te.'riUjry. His plant going north: east and west '
blacksmithing! shop and wood and Mr. Colley, himself an expert warranted tio: erection of larg:,0, : I people to work fur progress of and as citizens all thatI
and I record for tho
lies somewhat out of the high: rent ringing prices
wagon work plant conducted at mechanic and, blacksmith of many quarters and the addition to th 0 district he owns his own buildingsrind very fine fruit gathered and shipped I this section. They are real Flo-I could be desired.

attends to the work in person The Arierlcnn Fruit Growers, --
and thus is! able to turn out efficient incorporated, have reported that OII.- .
COACH OR COUPE work at prices extraordinary t th,. season of 1SCJ5-U6!' :!( brought mtinniki't > 'r-------- -----------r

Ii.w., He hits mode good. here and< nover for *hi piwnt, 10,000,000()

..... -", '__""' HJ_._;'' found! ready! booster, for: boxes: of grapefruit nndtangcrinei.
-" .;.:;.:.; : a.J7&(; ,..... .".'* .., l' a orange: t
$825 .. .... "f--- ';" ,.. :" < this section in which ho works and The movement by rail
------t': ;",';:};, { Irl'. believes,' wins ihiefly through Jacksonville! '

t. i. .l ---- -.- --- ;hl1.llIilCh Spring.and: the, exact( tor I We All Boost'

BODIES IIY FISHER lJt \" fir w"t J.- -'. -; 1'' Episcopal Church tc'':, including shipments on :MavUIJ
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<- .- n.- ;.Jt....,..,,,.go';; .. .. --' _. .... -.". twenty; thousand cars wore 1,1..1, I
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.. first! services of the J'ruU-s ,
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$' I., ...- tv. lain KpiMcopal: l Church were held! III im. hided 17M7! and,

4/.1J! )''':I'A Luke, KI.i; by the Ii v.V.. S, t thfi-i wero 1;::!J7 carloads of tan'ii for Starke

p. :1Jo. .':& ,": .,.. Miiili; "'uii/ Artniore, \Hector, of 11,1.< l Hi"-. It i is I'stimnted" <1 that I t'v.ii
'A '> thin- hundred. .. nf. late fruit: j
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n:' 'n .I,110'.i '. -O/'X.....: :.LW'' ...........,.....:, .. 0// It './. ". :.Viiuelimu in J Ip'.lU: tin l.n.; !I"'. l lb( I .", I; t for the grand to- I r I

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\ _" '' .. ...;;:q101 -..1" / 1 T'lO' ligurc'S g.ven. do imt, ripie.) 1 ?
',. ",:' ""' :' Cellar Kj>b, 1' lu., was uijjiuiiitoi I tilt Y .i' i
"" ylVc Ulisnionui-y of Waldo, 1'ulmer nail i I.t, the i mire crap r.i1d: I, f.'r. I J
,/ :Stillku.: The Ih'st bui'MiesvT hero I mire "c','e"-ril. man: ;' -..il"unaccounted JI,

held by Uev. Holman in the Odd l I fur< and many carl.id} > I II

Fellows. hull, u binall muni Ilia I, of fruit .consumed' and used .i I.< .i.tho I ,
"\ Like Its /grovi.s< and transpnrtcd in < i i I
Economy"Say would hold about twelve or flfLQunICOIII. I I .
I !, and then successively n i n, '1 eles and never I lists:I( I I n-> freight or I ,
express'! The report of the Growers;
liuuhe of
Thousands Of Owners I tho I'resbyteiluo wurhln11 ,
I ) the cuuithouic, the Christian Corporation however is highly mtercsting >- ,

The truth i.thattheopcrating pn form.uu-i- the cn's six. I house of worbhip, and then l ii ii, and the statements made ,
old deserted building called th u I by the manager in regard! to c'ropconditions I
COM of a Ponti.ii. Six i is UIVMT cvlinderengineandIts! ; counties* tin of II
than that of Mii.illcr ant( less "thl'r. "I'l'ri"rili| % in lu.iutv.povMrfuliArs .. Orange Academy, where. the. firs tS: fruit and important tho Betting;Mr. !Skel-new
are very: I II
slues for conhrmation was
-iir the difh'n'IH'e roominess, and I ruling fomlort.i pre '
suited by the Miosicnary on Mardi,I ly, who has! eve -y: opportunity for I
i s" slight .is io not he worthy Hut I hif.ut that tlic>,' enjoyof l understanding(! ; the situation, reports
2t I H\I2 and eonlirnied the KtKuv.
1 !\ : < by I
consKlfiMiii.il." all these t qu; ilitics at no uJ- f: that the dry weather hastaused
Edwin U. Wee, lll-hop ul
Jilioii.il npi-r.uiiig or mainlcn- '' .
1"rnll.. of ,
; con < dropping
1 hen.ire thousand. of another 1'Iurida. This cluos: consisted of tin
ant c coo, simply '
1'out 1.10 Siimiiirs! who vvonlj ri-ason underling the dramatic fulluwing peisu.: J. O. Adams 1 young fruit-for the benefit of thereaders wt

gladly he.ir I siKitl\| higher opirsiiccrs the Pontiac! Six i is: scoring( Louis J.( G.lO\pdius, Carrie Gnus: : who do not understand citrus .

;itinniosis; to eniov tlt"ati-hif11o| ; the nation over. Ii' .l.us!; J. C. Richard, 10.: A, Fre fruit it may be said that oranges I
nendes and C. Webb. Shortly ., mature while the trees are
lijilitrv(>.daundSdongvmun 1a.. a. I...> on. .l.ifhr ih> I./TT.I fimnu! (.?Su-fln1(129.?..,il ,M..!c., .. 1m.\ I'llvnirnl'. All erdrra'.1......1 ; niter this tinio u lot for a Church in bloom and, that it takes nearlya Fresh Groceries

was given by Captain J. C. Rich: year to produce n ripe oranga.

urd and also u half interest in aiunuaui'd ll.o 'ounJ.orl1l1g's have set very
.. cotton. gin. The other half well, nnd I there is indication of a I

.-... : FORRESTER & CARMICHAEL wall purchased) and tho building fair crop next season but no danger I ".\ good: thinner makes the whole world Irin"-or words tow

GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLA.PON'i'JkC. removed to the lot and by degrees of ovcr-produition. i miss talking admit. timid: 1 dinners are impossible without fresh,

lilted for a chapel by the tidies Florida: l.ns demanded and taken "t cfTcrt-once said an ancient sage-and he knew what hoi

of the I'urish. This building, WIIK moru heavily:b nf her, own fruits, thU! I .
''< U'ru"'ril'IIIII! food studs-the kind 5011 will find here.
later enlag d 1 !altered!, the tit..>t past seasuii/ t'uui I' ever before, an 1 IIII
(Kindt now MIU wall find thesn appi'li/ing. : morsels most sen- .
for IIndgl'lIp..fl'uit
SIX floor being used as a Parish hou.io still asking oranges
and paying good "i stile:' pnd "wehnnie", lour title, I
and the M-eimd |lour as a chal''l.
Upon the eoniidetion of the Church for good fi'vit. Grapefruit now ob. I I ii ij

C' OF ,;' TUB SIXES this )building. was lilted fur use as a laimiblo, is not of the best average I i 1

Rectory and i is still being used: aJMllll. and that v.hu-h j i is < xcollent brin-.

what would 1 be cnl'ed: a fancy price. I:

Tho Into oni'' gos: are also nt a
l> this
ui lag tho l'ulI.Iiningluts HULL'SDepartment I
>III tho bluck containing tho premium' nnd :n steady demand, I
despite the < omp','tition now afforded |
original! Church I.t were deeded to
the M ISM..11 by C'aplnin J. C. Hiclu by various other: fruits turning!
in and TIll Vulencias I
The rid 1 and Mrs. Kiiima Richard and seeping attention. -
handsome and deli-
tho ihuich bicainu the owner of Very
lious to be had! in fair
oranges! arc
in entire town block, with churchml
HARMONIC BALANCER ) Keitiiry.In : quantity and mean good money to
growers' and dealers. There will:!
1UUJ Mr. licorKo 1 U.: l-'u rbnnlvs -
be' n few of th"-c: available w<'liin. STOREPhone
presented to St. :Marks 1'u"
to June
ish the church in Fairbanks, Fla., ,
Whilo11': Skelly, discussing: the
which was removed to its present
citrus crop movement, did not referto
site on tho corner of the Church
the dollars and. cents handed to
property and enlarged by tho addition 62
4A chart ."Halo. minis. .Lei I Ch.vuhouM/aunt" Florida growers during the season
.. hair itioriiMi niu t-.1 1 nJrr of the bell tower and several
.h."n. <>/ ih* new E ftjtnuirhaut, lUr." now closing, it can be seen that it
CXiUdn.l" in mm u ItS ann.aunin. / / feet in length.! It was finished and
ffurtnonic 0.ittn/ ... -uni* /1 it rr-noi was a con-i Icrublc item. Orange,
undurmh .on.h. liar
tfwmb" mash HI all *i*Ji 1 Y .Aaur. ,,. ill-amm., Mnod. furnished by the devotion of the have ranged all tho from $2 tn
way "
w III..JR. 1 coplo and the untiring: :zeal of Uev.F. .
$10 box during the nnd
1 K.: Holmes, w.io: on the <,ompll!. a winter I
grapefruit has hi en sold highas
ns I
lion of I this church n. I''Ol' was in
...'"... ,.,urn..lth,h.n."l.. ..." 1..1..ao... his seventieth and still $G and $8 nt times during tho
a J.".. f'o"' tntiiutinrfTen t, ,,,..nal, Iannn. year an Ta-ip-erinrs
earnest" teailvr', a dcxoted :\Iissio.lIIr yonr. nro yet n special
IIn.l" loyal suldier of the Crossof crop and b:-ing fancy prices,

Months Ago, Unl/ lar. They are not so well known as
Since that time there have boon

Today, a synonymor silcnt/ smootliness purge several of devoted St. Marks: :Missionaries under whose in: i their lemon cousins skins, and of the tho production yellow nnJ is!

limited although! being .
extended.There '
labors tho Church hns continuedto

Ten months ago, \\lien ("Xikl.nul\ firM printed these ilistinai\c prosper and l phu-o its. life in the is, apparently. good: len-on ,
t'i look for extension of the ,
circles to illustrate: the elicit of the I Harmonic Illl.tnccr upon lifu of the lommut.ity, seeking citru.sndfstry
during the with the
motor motorists to render that service which only : year
car performance,
fM-ryulierv were curiouslyasking prospect" of further Florii'n
"ticcoss.- -
"What is this feature tho church cm. render! and r'-
and wh.it does it sicconiplish? .: Timcs-Un'
iiun.l tile ti.:.'.1 .ind busy world ,.r I
Tod.I}' there is mi need 10 ask" for the Harmonic Balancer.. him Our I'utherVIskIs Art in Heaven.Hrgular I .
told its own rem.uk.ihle story. "services arc being held
every Sunday morning 11 A. M.:
Motorists e\tr "where know that this dc\'ice built
) ingenious ,
mid 'hur'h.h: sob r.t 10 A. :M.
into the Oakland lI'.II1I.h.lft-n'mll-rs the Oakland! Six engine It in. hope 1 i that in the near future One of the mnny business establishments

unm.mhed in freedom from iliration at .111 speeds.' adding!. tho itTico of Evening Prnyer\ t that has been cffii << T( (oi.) I loons ron THKSK U.\YS:

The Harmonic B.aJ.lnn'r-.ln integral part of more than 5O.OOO will enrich our ministry to the iontly serving the" trade for manyvents ThnUlhlful hoti-ewitrs m.iko. t'IH'i"n'4' of well-balanced

new Oakland Sixes-has become a !>) non\m for incomparably Community. I in Sturko is the general drygoods nuls l.r warm il.i\ inr a1- I'.ii: plrnlj \egclalilfg: fruits and
II ) and notion store, known
smooth, quiet in -vr "rfort'ince Oakl.ind wncrS.tndt !h. rri.>". Our rn.irl.tt' i iil
i to ( > I :Morgill's( Store, owned. mud. a< -.lin-kcd with fresh green stuff

the motoring public! geneially.OakLinJSn WKIfK: TO 'I'UK: !bj Mr. and Mrs. J. R'. :Mor-opirated J i ...,....I"m I '.' .,m: 'd,

$1021 to ftfil. Punnae 5>.,tompantan Io O".J' I I..t1'TETS'r.1RKEr Iran, two of our very earliest residents I'
Six, fUli. Coach or (014"'. .-1111',1 at factory. fair .
to far on iht liberal Central Motor Tim PaymtnlI PSaw or They settled here more than fiftyyears

ago and have been
HA.MPTO.V.: :'< activelyengaged I
I 1 FORRESTER & CARMICHAEL in their present store bus!.

1 GREEN C1IMI1KIJ 01- COMMERCE floss for over thirty-five years. Groceries Flour Feed Seeds
Here will b.> find complete ,

WINNING for ,| stocks of dry good: and notions ,
BRADFORD COUNTY I INFOHMATION novelties, hoot supplies and kin t
Ired .11"'.I.s" featuring in particu.

OAKLAND SIX : I bar ladies renrfy-to-wcnr: and milnOTEL I

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PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS Pon'l "KU --" shout fvrtiliyvr any longer.\ You know. what

h on want from >our' soil- +II net the frrlili/cr that will help you

it.t I her, ,. i. .i si-t| dilTfrrnrc in frrtili/rr-4. No mutter what
"i ono Irrtili/i miry halo done for soil over in the next ecii -

?. iin.iiitffl fur oat ,here in liradford County.

of the NEW REOWe Hardware, Kitchenware,

Crockery Notions
Sell Them

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Woman Who Has Farm of 2CO Fat Ducks n:

The very latest of business: udlt-
Gives Secrets of Successful
tions to the Staikc\ LommtiMal lifo I Raising ,_
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is the Fish ql t ea4
new Market: a business
that will without doubt prosper, as UpIE'! MrrvlrcMRS ,
KAY rUTTKUnvi: (;11. of
it la already Joing fine business. F North Minrln-tor' 11'.1.!
Here our local people has. a hol.l>y. .and l t I :
may conveniently -
Passing fat ducks (or ,
procure fresh fish of all .
tarte with
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sorts daily, and also have their tables tt )\fens and n drake "nh'l :( ,
supplied with nil tuuigh "The Mini )' t 1 ,
manner vtcgetabloa J
InlJ more than 200 ,'":"', ) !' )1.VT
\ and fruits. Dressed.! of site eggs/ / under I|
poultry Is to bo another side issue, tag Plxtv nine ducks <
the management rl'' nning to make" tram those eggs and I ) '
ench Wednesday a special poultry; all except IWo \
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day. ,' The 87 ducks :1't
Market 'in eight "
The business is owned and. operated 'I weighed four and .
by H. L. Al:man, originally'I pound earn. They 1
from the West and, lately from W.I-i IThl" year I II.. :
and they: will he f'My
liston, where ho is engaged in n1 I G(1Al8NtItUl1SL.NIIIN'I'III( ) I ISKl! : I'ION lb. "laat pan of June

like business. H. is a liven ands' I', UMAI- 1'iuuii 'lakin t in Fr I i nt of Km stun,. sleights Until, n Miolf( DIJtiiiui Kind" Dork I
progressive and
is destined to succeed.enterprising Accord. this I' I mm IIuaptn, 1. Left to lligKt--C. C, Juslin, Senator 1'nink "'I find that duck '
'batched and ralMd than
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new enterprise a share of your pat 1'. Miller, luiMrnor John W. Martin, Attorney General John H (arc. perrwntaga of
ronage. Johnson, end L. hart hmira and It you grl....
are.. ,you ran ralaa ,. \ i'' I
__- "'- YO .. __.___.__.;.. _._._. .;' '-,- l.. duckling. .ma.:1
.\ ri./ \\: I' \\ II.IW1') \\\1.1111.). a report made to J. Hinton Pledger, "Of _.- you BUM '.
4 __ 1 Supervising Inspector in the I Department .la....than. Ibey will protect ;I : ;$1 i t II
Just peer thu II lie from ]irndfordcumrty of Agriculture. F. L are ymng......
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STOP AT STARKE AND i \M IIIINC a S""OI1lI.utl1\ <'rHuiliunk lain, of Fort Myers, shipped two c:.. tlNy .
u man who haj' uiluuvvJ cars to Kearney, N. Y., and St. -0.. wM hart* a ,...
wonders, ill plant and,\ Howt-i, culture Louis :Mo. Watermelons this year .ad painty a. ...... .. .
amiliose work has. bciuimnation- mutt be packed in excelsior instead! t... rt k ... antlraly\ -. I
I SLEEP AT nlh' lamiius \\u refer toT. K i.f pine straw, a new ruling reequires. ..-.. N*fku. twheoe___ ales aaBKakBk t"--"
v Bry wBW I
.ii illic), u resident, uml UttiM uoilii ] .. .... S atraam
I i in thM:: section for the past+ 4ijuiis 1 sad w. g.tBtf R ..*O _.< '
who ouns unit\ opurutt" the O<.ala-.(ioMriiur John \V. :Martin ..w.. ..... ON .... I : I '' l I
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utllkniiwnValilo Nurseries. andprrutIi is to true "ono grand barbi'me" b
/tart would __.
,) t's in nil kinds of /llowuraiinl to the people of :Marion counly tht4 .. ... egahn a. ,I
Humphrey'sROOMING .\ bulbsliuh are I in dcu+und toua I u ho in liu described as so 'tunI tr .hkh.r ... n ) \
\, lie '/hins tu oil.' J puma ot tlioiiinlix I mill I lojtil" to him in past YCIII'Thc .-.-... ttplal 'y Oht1- ; !V
<, ', New \uik l being Ins mainnrurket I'. ., l
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/governor en route :
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1 i I I..t'e6hurfltoppcd/ hero lanK sisal. All.t'..0. ... ; ; 'i
Ho hUll hero forty acres UcvulLiltu 'enough to hand out u $:100 cho. '. --tier wag .. ,
I HOUSE : til,s work which IK, at present of> I II I and! appoint, a committee to look tlA.alltltl.. ... tA1 te. At Voag0.r mtat0> .mMur the wmtan, foe. .week tiAiilfrv In June h.wviv Mo.Hell... them to thanrel
I >ours of ago' liL-isuii.iIly supurvises.His after! the proposed l barbecue> which .44111II
i : HiKLi-ss: has luusvil much fuvorabii. will! bo staged lute in June. -- .,.//If::....
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i I lii uncioful business and hid:: lirudenton ith the idea of ile : -....- -- -- -- -- - -=- ,
: liK-lulii hubby. Visit.; these nurs finding Florida and of giving tin ...1'I' I ;
!. .!""..t"'i. t HUH. when passiiit through.I ''II
tt t I. I Sunshine: state a boobthenev'i r ''I'' I :
II. C. \\'.\I-.-L (t'KEi)4 I I I the opportunity affords itself, si'Vii II tll III"
1'111 iutmbtin of the lirjiltnt! < I ..rq .
I 1 l.N INSI'H.1NCE;; : : G.\'II1 J : : .
Kiul Hstato; board lift ',latin
fOOl; ROOMS, REASONAIJLE PRICKS, AMIDST:\ I I H:n'old l C. \\ all, u home boy, rais- '1'ulMii. Okl.i., to attend,yesti the i n:it.+ ; !l o-opera.tlon lS f

ed l until educated Stark, has boon mini coiuciitioii. of realtors which II i
will, be in M ,ion from June 7 tot 1.
doing business
IIOMCLIKC SURROUNDINGS t a llouii-.lniig conducting -
i Arriving at Jacksonville the local I '
t tt / his insurance agency licru. I .:
lie. is the son of \V. L. \Vull, own.ir delegation/ will join other delegates I 71 ,

..t... -- -- _.- _.- -.- -- -.-. ... of the Stnikc lea Company, andeo 1 from. this state on the Florida< speiml. ''I t"h.nt,.." ,...\... Path, to ''I II
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-- Hu rtpio8onts, soniu of the lea l- 11
gao locaoi::::: .OL70.:: locaoi-- "- 01'l1a.Irive on tha Uixio
'o" ing lines cf Amuiicu in life, (ho, I'' I''j' '
oD -- [D J an:,U nt nil health, auto, theft, highway ten miles noith of Otali.Saturday ''j' ''I'
'" o ,, : to "Sugar/ II.unni.K.liri.intutiou" ::11' '
surd; bond] an,1 1 (iiiualtj! inturanfu<:e Success '
discloses actual opera 'I''I'I
STOP[ FOR To h"" ciiilit( Ins i ")iiiiaiiitn| are now I I I I
tions what be
on )promises to one m i I
u iijinh'/ 11 largo< perientatce of the } <
liusii.t'.< s plead' by the people ...rI tin.outstanding dairy plants in the ( I'I''I'I ; +u,' 'tr
I "Ilt.re BtaU' Hie one responsible I r :
t sir l ll'Ullt.\ Ia | P
o lor/ tho construction work, now well\ ; ; En"'I)( TO orit( { 1'1:01'1.1'I': ) : i: BUlL") OUR I' ill
D I KlUrHLICS' hhMSIIII'.MKM; I JlS"( under. way, is R C. D.itson, of Orlando. '- i
o ; l' OF Ml.lONh;; :Mr. Datson is famihailyIt !: i BUSINESS '
noun in Orlando as "H. C." and, ( I
Auto Service Tim first shipment ofv iti,'rinelus iriquintly' referred! to as the "milk' to
< 1 has l loft the state according( to !king" 'I

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Popular !I' b V ;J-J II I-! TilE: IIOMK ( o.\('IRNS;: I IVIR: : ('O( THlmTTI': 'io HOMEPatronize () 'i,

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T'\(;jK l ioitn-i\\o( \DFORb COUNTY TEL. .CRAP11. STAKKE. FLORIDA

I Bradford County, The Coming Farming County of Florida


I 'fill'.ilSI': : : ,\II!E: SFKM< .h; l'ETI.nso-'s: :; I 1I.lIn'O'H' ) dtittivc and especially well adaptedto Hampton and vicinity. See Tctcr-

Professional Men Of STMION.. Bogus L". the raising of forage crops and son's advertisement. ir. this Issue.
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mile southeast of Starke u naturally concluded that the dairy ---
I The-) new Starke !Service RtntK'i:: V \\KIIE TO TilE
located the dairy farm known a*
Starke Active Pro- uwni'il( and opeuited by ..Its.Vicl: < business would! do well. L.AWTEYs'rARKE
Petci' 'son's Dairy, another good exninp'e ,
I LatH, i i is iilre-iuly! reporting n ftri I(1 Ills acres are now devoted to the or
to in these
quote\ pages in
I i I",'i ninv.s. The garage and sen+' raising of forage crops for his herd HAMPTON.CIIAMKKH : .
gressive Boosters I'' tutu.n is !located. ( '.n tin ,main hiish. viKcc"nchievrd true" to thilocality' in agriculture, showing! and the. of Jersey dairy cattle, and he is : OF COMMERCEfor : :
and,\ main the .
wily npproii'h tr c ilj
nirri, -'iiltural pursuits. F. O. Peterson leaping a good harvest from the
from .lacksniivilli', nnturnl' :.
f settled here two and, one-half BRADFORD
proceeds of )Ins retail milk and
New where he he'd! ,
Our body< of professional men l.itir to York tic'h a location will! draw con tinl-" i icms MAl'ION
,,d 1 I years ago and bought this thirtyacres roam gales. He delivers his prod-
lawyers, doctors find dentists are u I' "o.t..n) us eopiirution crwns business. -- -
lie found the lund well
credit, to our I locality. They are men ]ierMinal" ci'Unsd'of I tile City of i :Mr. Wiikhnm will handle SmIchnr pro. ucts to local Consumers in Stark, DCpI.:: r, INUK1MG.
who lit evrry instance may alwaysbe New Turk JMIC| wns coiincc'tc'cl" for Oil ('ompnn\"M' products,) and,
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counted the front I. with legal department 1 '" - - -e:
on to come to ome years the new pumps iiiKtalled) gives the
and put 1-'1I'jr shoulder to the I who,-I I Iwhfi of the New York World. Dunn !' place an inviting nnd business.Ilk' ,
any forward movement for I the wrltl'lIr he pencil, in eiilianlseri'p ,: appearance.Vickhmn. i: A 1'ermanentVae f fI 1----------------------
the good! of this county is broached: I and later returned toI j \ whO row ill Stark,',
Such is the spirit of the people if I I :Starke to resume hm practice here. :i I is l h y nci means a stranger I to this Fr nro I Looks lU-xt: and Cheapest

thiH locality who invite you to come I (U. I,. llnjni-H I aetion or to the motoring? pulilic) -. I in the! long run It 1I
Ami, live amonif them. I I ,. I
O. 1. II lyncs, popular) Starke He formerly! conducted I a servic'i t G. M. INMAN
A brief mention of each of these I 1 dentist, is known fur and l wide asa itiition on the main highway utwc ...+.....<. I
In, therefore order i| most able man in his profession 'cn Baldwin und\ Jacksonville
.\. S. Crews I iI[ and enjoys a clientele accordingly lie i is himself an expert moihtint'' I I :,
A. S. Crew! with n Htntewlda Iprneti' I I I ills father before him, J. O. ,,, and. intends to make auto repair I : ; t Beauty Culture
; (. in state nnd Federal' I llavnes, practiced ,dentistry at wnr'c! a big( feature of his Stark
courts is one of Pturkc's prominent :Starko; for forty ) 'III'S. O. L. station I > ; I .Farms.
tlnrm-v" :\1 r. Trews is n home' I IIa[ >nes is a graduate of the :h >uth- e a I THE IRIS .
man who wns born and railed( in ern College, of Atl.intn: Georgia, I
Kriidford. ,) county and received his' and, took a |port graduatu, course PLUMHINfi COMUACTOK=
Irpal ediicntion in the University'of in dentistry nt the School of Dentistry tort and Baron Rcnvi>rl.ror>k nllut I .......NN..
Florida, f.'om which colleirc hpi I' of Phil.-.clelphia, I'n. .V bit A jroodly share of tho trade'! of I flcrman Krueger. alias H<.tcrl. \\,in Beauty Shop
and liiudfordcounty ) Starko and, Bradford county in theplumbing' man. wu arrew.' nronilt In PhI 1 ,
frrndii.iteit I with high: hen ors 111'1| buoohU-r for :MarLc; dolphla. It t
nanharKiMl" Inmuln.il I II
hits been practicing with success for' and ones ill particular who line KOCH to J. L. Simmons I _""" Women of m, r* I ihun
An able \ fish sturiei. successful local contractor.Mr. ll.004.liM ?he. nlrn! ,Ih., I I I
the past futirtcen years. j jInwvrr rem tell you thelIt: IUIVf .om
: Simmons has been following ,W r. nulctccl him loom( fin ThomasGAINESVILLE '"d", I Starke
successful' business man Write to Ilajnes when in daub) I :
and, "II1II11<'h booster fur liriidford, about tho fishing here his chosen location for tho past 10 ----- : : 1'LA.
years, and hUll been identified with NK\V= : 1101'KL: ON:/ I 1.\"KKAT I
county. I I Dr. 1I.: I.. Itiucs! the life here' for the past> six years VMI'lON: = I'1-ANNEI Phone 796 t ,
l n. K. Knight I
I Dr. K.: L. H'KITS, successful physician He was formerly located ut Miami.

Another imptiliij- attorney of i I and<1 stirreon! of Ptnrkc: ( I > Asidu! from general plumbing, Anordinf; :Mr. Durden, gcnerjil ....+? ...
Bradford County end! anotherUntilfiird u graduate of Hmory: ('lIntl'lltinl01'1", Summons haml- .
Unl\'J'KitY'j of the Hampton Peach
iiiinty home boy who ha lmade cross of I'.Hl.: He him los nil manner of electrical work, manager
|evelopmei.t) Co, a deal has been HIDIKICK i : : SYSTEMPEIOIANENT Florida I
i. i) E) Knightvlu j jin
teal > I tiring. in llrndfo'-d county) with electrical\ installations, electrical
closed for the erectionof
: 1I\t."II How off. ices at Slllrl,,'. : fices lit Starke since, I'.KJO' :!() and. or-I supplies flNttlC"l., etC.hen practically' n new and l modern hotel of brick t : -'; I
In HillS ho was the successful ing; tins time IIIIK\ fair u name for i ihim.lf \\' .MU taro pl.walig' yourhuildng | I
and l the shore of littlo ,
'n'lIl.d"I' for. the office of I'I IHc'prc'Hentn'ivo tnrounhout the' whale.\ district l it will beV.II concrete on WAVING
Stahl ( tuct\ the I
Santa !I" Ink Hampton. The
( and in )lf'20' in' I near
as a man of Mile ability homo contractor f figure on the elctriml :- oat to 1 Lo upproMmntcly, $33-; I : I

elected) to the Semite where he well | h .s chosen profession. .\nother. l b"- t and "plumbing', installations (lilt( ). is |,1.- - -.-. - '.' :L --..-..-.- -..-.-.-..-.-. -.-..-.-.-..-.-.-.-.--..:.
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nhl"l m mntini as hit ruin n of the : lately (e.. ., t. d! I'V him i i- ,
Jtrndf'.id' 1 (oiintv. Chamlier! of Comnii'r .liown( in this islle. ,
i- ruin, us chiiirnian of the : BUY \OUR Count Us ,
,,, t among Starke Boosters i'IsrTTIlE iI j
St t.rl i 'i' milx-r" of> C..I1111"'e. i iI T
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I I':. :M. Johns 01')[ SI.\KI\l-: 'II'It/l!< llVMh: I

And still another" instance of ,a I \ NEW :
Bradford: .,, rounty'unne, boy iiinkiiiiff ,\ man who\ I ha.,;" hn M, "m' III' i.' '"" '
goad,, i found! i In Nor' case of 1':. 1 ly d,.ntitii.il \\ 'th tin'" I I."u n.. life General Merchandise
M. Johns, Bradford, county Inwvi-r" ,'f Stnrko and Bradford eoontf 0. STARKEFISH !i
who pruitur ; in St:ite and Kedernlcourts who has contributed much to ILl 1
and has made' an enviably'" process' nnd a man who hn. I".eminently ,. -
reputation| for. himself in the legal ,." huceeasfiil, is J. W.
profession.. He has been actively'pram i I I White, of the firm of J. W White IKOM: MARKET I II
emir since June, 1915, 1.\ &: :Son; one of Staikc's oldest, 'general -
of th of Florida ,
irrnduatp 1 ( I'tmerslty merch.indise estnlilishmintThis -
Law 1'.1'01.' was born and'' tUl'(' dates buck to 1 1S"f1.( it I ___ __ ,
cased I in Hi':idtord, <1 county and ably which time it was nrutinnll: istal.- !
M-rxid I his .state in the Ictfisl.ilure fished. and has born running tinder The Old Home Store WE DELIVER

from Hl21!> te> 192;;. I' \ this one nianairc-ment and! ownership -- ----------- I
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J. I,. Fiiixecs: BradfordI. ,

law'or.'sb') has made quite a BUCKS W. \\hite. Anotlioron, R. H ...-.-.-.- -.-..-.-.-..-.--.-. Phone 66 :
h..i r ., was ,ad vetted! to the bar \\'lute-, gave Ins life in' Ins country's .
'in 1s'T 1 mi I moved to Starke in M-rxiiv" clurinif! the world war and\ I i t
I IS1He : 'M 'led'\ law under Flomii 'till another Goo C. White, 8P.111' )'\>" I 7i I
,.IT & Ptmlmir, of Jacksonville and '. state as state bank examiner i It
''n4' for,. a mm in partnership with'' \\,(, take rowers' pleasure, in nc- t
,. ," :i: W. WHITE I
r I. I'.J.I am prevent mayor. In II i iIK'i" aiding Mr White and In bmini &J
I ': he1 mi', .d I i 'IVnnc--sc e an-I i tnxnrable mention in the"i' peg," I I

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1'ISII-thl'; idc.i'' summer meat light and easily di- I

STARKE FLORIDA !Ki-stfd.: Eat lots of li.h during the !summer months.
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I .\l'TO l REPAIRS: ::; GAS: OILS GUKASKS; : !II ( Eat 1 111' nt't 1 :.teen flllld-> l during the! summer: months.

I They' !t" <' aJlI-( i.irR and healthful. A complete stock

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1 RIG LET' PHOTO; KMiKAVING: ;[ : IRANChS:; (.KILL., I I'Ol'ULAK: GAINESVILLE BUS LINEstuis -.,_._,_.._.._-,_._.._._.- _.,.__.- -. ... r
('0. I'W\EEH: E\GR.1VEIIS: \\IMI/ 'i''in E: sr.\Ri\K; peon.rI. 'Brooker A Busy Bradford : : : HRAoroitii COUNTY; yI .

,. I ILYE"on: It Al TO WOUInOI\ :" : Ill Till: HOME( }
T"> the I 1. ist; exti t I t th pi' t iri'sfrepiiiduced 'ntid) i.s i'ht miles out of J.. k-I .
in the pageof. tins "?n.llc on the in,tin :bum.::; hi.._h- County Shipping Center :Making ('"II lit',(ions with all the I S1IOI' I
bo< st'-r edition! WOIP male, I hv the wnr. ;u whit Is known as "FrancoH main tiwns, of linulfoid countystnrki -- ,
t Wrlplev:: I'hnt Kiirrn\mir; !! Company Cr! )11.] a 11' mi'! ho'sse? Nn; but a -coininerciul life" -nI.o.The -'-. -- -, Hampton and! Lnwtey, and' \ t LET; t'S SI'PYOI'! WI'llI
of Jaekoomillithe) oldest!. rein road tavern where" one may IIII-: KKOOM.UMl:: : 'ION :\01.> busy ui-cordirg\ the traveling public excellent G.1S.(; OIL S. TIKES, iriJES. .KSSOUIKS( ( :S;;, ETC. "
firm of its kind in the state anti) atop. and be served with tho very 1-:111'111: )It lilt; I'Wlllt"IJOS SliriviT (COIIIPilnyOn .
1 without do-tbt, the best plant in tho best that the market alTorJs. Any 1 IN: ALL CKOl'S of :-t" !lending. retail general service, is the Gainesville: !

(state, equipped' !, with all necessary: ; 'th-niy: f"ni n hn'n sandwich to uhkkcn rchunliMe< stores is what is Bus Line. Stewart'sGarage hI
1 appliances of the latest and Improved (' dinner to order at any time, (On the "'nIHII'1! branch of the !Known us The Shiner Company They run between points of Jacksonville -
I type for this manner of day or night. !, Seabiuiid. Air Lino ei'tern milesnutmvest one of the oldest of Bradford,\ county \ Gainesville, Lake City nnd i )
I work. They employ tho most expert Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Crabtree arc i t.f Stake, lien the' bu.r business inntitutions. It hasI Ocnlu, making two trips daily each I ;
[ artists, designers and. mechan. building wonderful business and little town of Brooker.Urooker I oen nerving! the trade hero for the
| ics of the South. are making a hast: of Bradford ) is fast coming into the |'int twenty years nnd was originally I way Six: modern conches of six.
The Hrooker farmers started by John Shrlvcr teen average seating capacity Arc :
This firm dales its existence back county friends. Tl eir prices are limelight.: ono
jto 1909, at which tints J. A. Wrlg- just and,\ nsonablo and their goodsare today! are reaping rich returns and of our pioneer settlers Today, it in the service, with Gainesville nl ,
ley and son, E. J. Wriuli'v, seeing of t the best. ,, Krooker as a town is correspondingly is under,\ the capable managementof : headquarters and main office. The \
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f the need and possibilities of such a In connection with the cafe they I I prospering.Itrooker hU son, J. 1.. Shrives'; To see line is owned and operated\ W. ItKOOKKK, FLORIDA : ii I Ii
plant, started it. niairtain the usual auto service, j I is also served by an improved such large and up-to-date stmks.
The elder Wrigley has now retired gas, oils, etc., and a glance at their i graded, road., leading from in n country tiers i ill jin eye-open, I It. Hayes, who organized the corn i : )
and the son is continuing tho price daily posted will convince state highway thirteen, a short! .dm er. The stocks. include all general racy In January, 1021: and has es- i Another Bradford I l'I
plant as active manager He !Is I I I you that you ought to stop to re- I,1 !ance south of Starke In the MIY merihandise, groceries, dry goods, tnbllshcd a fine business, a creditI t
making a hui e success of the work I plcnish the supply: in the gas tank, bond election funds were provilel I work and ilress clothing for men j i I to himself and\ a convenience to our I''
and Wrlg)<,y's cuts are today becoming ;:! if nothing: else. I for hard-surfacing thin uad from and women, and n big line of shoo 1 |, people. Mr. Hayes Is a native of Booster 1
nationally in demand. I I i You will get good service at the I 'ate highway 13 through' Brooker for men, women and\ children, us Bradford county, and is another ex. I. County /
ample of tho men who have and,! are I
Frances Grill Make a stop thereon cm1 to the" Alachua c"m"itv line. well as shelf hllrlwar.'ro".l'ry.! '
SEND ONE: NORTH your next trip, in or out. The Brooker section >. known .is: sporting goods and kindred lines making good. .. .. .
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one of the bent productive of Bra I. This store has for many years been == "
-- -- i ford Bounty iiKkmini* m-itims: doing/ a big flourishing business I
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I cotton, corn, cte., this neighborhood day
t I II I bus, gained a fine imputation I I I.. H. fJainijAnother ; '
I for producing some of the finest' tobacco busy general merchandise
.Trade with. i of the south.It of Brooker is the store "f J.
.. I I I1- also) fumed for its watermelons -" K. itiiney( :Mr. Clainev. habrvn in
I man' >' riiluadi being shipped! business nt lirooker for the rest Buy From The Old i
tr m I Hi'" |," i"t i'nily. Thin i'ii- tight years and. has made n pro- I.
: -. un I.,1;' \ to h: "' T in 1"11- nounceil\ sui-'ccss. Personally he isvery
the Home Firms t'm., 1 U-i, I iiimtnts" !! .:In ever b.,- popular with the people' nil' I IIH

fore. .drawing trade! for his 1""inC'<>- Reliable Home Store k
The town of Hrimkor, and the section I'li-nrdinglv' !,) I Ills popularitx\ .>- \v, IIevidetiK'd
'IIEIIE YfH'HI: .\ssruin' : OF THE HICHTQt" ) nf country, surrounding l merits 1 \by the rcturi"< nf the
I Miur" insi'stigatioii, if von lire planning 1 1 ilmary election\ when hr, was chosen ...... ... d !

.M.ITY AND: .\ SQUARE DEAL on. settling! or investing in 1C n ns one of our hml.of. .. oiinuommissioners.
I 'unit ; whorenur! wink. or" you' (' ; I
dollar, will net you proportionate I Se( art's riiiraueIII !, You can get it in Brooker
rot un' 'ns. Welcome) to Hrnnkei. Welcome good( auto vi'r\'ire Hrnnki. ..i r ,M
to Bradford inunty. ('oino nut' !lacking cither. Stewart is an:
I Trade in Brooker i.t''(; lit,. v ik and prosper among; ibi. 1.| > niocluinii tint ha- .1 u.ll!! Ii at better prices
a I tt b::.1:,fl: < f b.101(1( 'i-.. quippiil! shop for n'l iiinniui of repair .
I i HITS\ !j work, handling, nl)-?i tin 11"0.ilI II
HI.n'; : :; i I':: ornti:) );";; .
I lines of auto an" i-SOIK-K, I Ilr. ., s
I r\lUIt( ) t'\lS( IHKt' STAHKIi IIIi Ii ..........
I tiihos, traoils, rte.
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: with O'.u' lM'.li"ut: .tut. man ir !
. i ilitus meor; especial pi ide and !
aic among' 1III'I"t. advertmanta.fh. Ui.mki, i I N C L H.! r..l-.in. win. ...1- I
.. .. abets\ lino opcrrti-t li-t\\i'cn so conducts'\ \\cll-stin-kcil. /g.-in. t mlmerihandise Le R.General CAINEYi
punts) of ksoiiMlle! central Florida .torn at that busy' II-I, I II
tlc vntci Mr. !' \ ,, I In .
( i i Mi i- i naitivilj ; ;
in gi-ii! 'am.l I, anti theSest ('oust.
G. B. Colson 'eni'ugcd, In ) |ti-loses; here/
I II Their cars accord the public thru! .
for the past fiiiitn-i" 1 t., t nrounts O- "I' I !
i and Maile south Hi'iNHc' The t"uia latest
I I IItel"Hlt i""I1pm'I.I'\ tars of :2H 1.t! > the people of that IIMI.UI, |, Ili.lines | I II
include nil general\ n\Or.hllll, j ji I BROOKER FLORIDA
GENERAL MERCHANDISE i passengi1. HPating capacity arein I
i1 the. -smite' making for comfort I i disc and, hi tin'i .t :Lure, 1 hiixini, ssn I i

.:"need and,) safety to patrona.IIKOOMU a side issue, in handling: : thi, I ...........
LET; THE; HOME( MAN: LOOK AITEIl YOUR :NEEDS I I. -- -.- -- neighboring j'row'rq coimtrv pi' ">. I i iI

I.I : Iil't.l\ES51.11'h: : : titter ; I ; ,
Visij Hrookor" ) and -'i' .' the, ui -1 -
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I liroiiki i \\lnlc trot one of the i t's debuted, 1 by, it mi to,luiiil? -i amithe '' I : Groceries Dry Goods ShoesFor ,
.. ,,,, t luisv' ,.hipping, th, 1'I-i-(
ling t.\1".f |I''l''' i 'ant! ibusy il i- a I [ ( -i 'm it ,
,, l lmuch "I'i'po'' and.\oiiwill,) I b. "
'l truding !n" nil there da\- (and l Him rn'tO c -
Better Goods < pn. lii'' '. li.m-' thi- st.ition. td I that liraiir.ii, I nut' (fret. i All The ) I
,, Family
l'l'I Otto! will l I" well napieid by its ,, runny nod vol.' 'I I-i | i" it r i. ,
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The Farmer'sSupply
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StoreI : i A Brookernd( Bradford

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WE noosT: ron IKOOKIK: : AND: nuAnroui) I II iui: i oitn) ) ('f 01 l'N'r" i ItO.11tl) ) or <'o\iMismoM.Rs;:; : : :; County Booster ;

COUNTY: t I.! '' ,. I H! "h' ..r."mII.. Hill, G. W. Hinson, ..J.I.! Br..w.'b, I IIM ''hlll"" 1\\: I i

I Iy ,in,,; *<; V \ndriw- and J. L. Underhill, At the !10 i. 'I.. ". .l

.-.I I.I i i )''. ... I""a, the, ,peoples| ,'hoi('.,. lie. will lilt th p' i 1 ,. _. J
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Center for part of Bradford County's Rich Agricultural RegionTRADE



i THE SHRIVER COMPANY, Brooker, Florida

< .E'EH: \1. :MERCHANDISE: DHY GOODS (.HO){ IHIES.: ( ; D) us: (f.OODS<> HE \!VOY-IO-WI) : :. :,IIOE::'. UOKK( l (.i.onii, < ,1':1'1'( LET 1111': HOMI) : STORE SITI-LY voc.

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I'AI.K' I LORrY "'lInt( JUtMa"O'W' COUNtY;:. TKI.ErjftAI'H.: ; STAUKE.' FLORIDA \

I I. Hampton! Shores -- On Little Lake Santa Fe Invites You

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'KKM., I. .MtMI.KH: "I'KOIll,. ,'( KIN ; 3
; leI i." I. < i> pi ",,',1,1.' 'in "Mor" "'.11- nf f'rtili/, n tmlund: t. limitNearly' : : nil the residences ; the democratic party.

: 'IHtAIII Old' ( Ml' Sly I ,idii 'Ihene urdiapp, ;,. fiiiiuiri didn't : miikiit ,jirodijnand, that. iiliii'i/ 1 1I I Starke 49 Years were located,, east of the track. The ,j As tho SUite\ had just aftl'r.1 ..j

full I I Iii it tiMid I the I land filii I,'.j them.'I 1I"I mijwhiTi-u i ,Ii'r, ,u'ii this I would, I I Agoi I .only huue on Walnut street stood hog and brave st-uffglo, freed I r.: ''g

(f' ',.11''t.iiig.I I r, '.rn I'liye :Tl | here( W'-IO other ci u's' "IIU.'O" hiivcli, he domiwry Cii I. I ',n the present P. E. Canova I self from carpet-bat rule politi i

'linliei mInnme. I offfiljij I Mint, intent have hei'n foreseen, In ,xhort they >/li, nn nverii/
# urn lh..- five-yeiir| record In lieu lirnt plfne, high ,conlHwhilu : ii>rit nlc/ut farrnmif didn't/ really I I'h'n., the other day the manaint i ow itand"., and two rickety struc- :Mimms' colored who had been crates (not all the white nati\e

,pi-r m II net "piofit of $:75 Li, this urc t'> wirk hard enough tx, make ( editor of the Telegraph, showeiI ,1 lures, south/ of Jefferson Street andi made a county commissioner, in
for I II hit, Certnifirn
HCiveniy Isrl 11.
ununuul' frutn I me ,,12:! of the liooxter. Kditi't of the tracks served board- : tl
lift 1 IH lI..llltllll ntu.pie it I |lucy ntnl hadn't/ capital enough purfCH rust as < for Continued
hit hope of catching negro votes ( on Page (
'|1'n during i n"'rnn :yeum V4 |"lIi.1 40))
I fiufiH of the region, mmeil,,I byfnrmeiH l I'c furrn in tIes Florida manrii-r and that had already been printed, bu'I 't ing/ houses.
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11'i'rtl I to $l,20':! |I-r .r",
1 nkllled .in this cult'jrtof' I jthiit i< why those mortjfiiK's were I Huid that many, more, lulCe wen; Adjoining the Richard & Pace
nviTHKn ..f $VH", I U for Nuvnntrm -- -- __ -__e-__.__ __ e e _._ 1.
null ,.,..,," ,it IN. erjuully true tll.it I |i'
'ri1". :year I In a n.l yeur' out I hi., II"""rlll gi. "produition' / ; '' ,...'.1... ,per in Honda/ is not like advertiBC-ri and 'more deacrip.. fice, presided over by :Mrs. Addle
1 liit < repented' I In -
nlory 41" lull, will exeed $l 2r>. IIn.. twen fllrllli: sic anywhere i-lw. It JH huv. live matter I could nrt help rtealthf. :I :Morgan, mother of our J. W. :Mor-
,,nt .Inwimhip, in "J'jerj'jn.I'Iit
'iii every ty-acre fin, in thin. would meuri. thatHie I.I ini'HH', a kind' of manufacturing, in. Stnrk" of l 7a! when I arrived I ''Iun. who was then a small boy.
/ Creek; (rile'le r'Hrn.or, who HAMPTON
I farmer w"uhllv./ ., hud to put. "ihjHtry unit) it it !c"iHfut', here; arid It struck me forcibly! South of the store was a barroom
fin, nix I in nilnerhip I ) ncnrIt W"Hl
'in Iii "I4 |> I '
inure than $2ollo)' hcMideH' hix e home i usually when it i ill highly HjnciulIfil. that a town that could without anneitlucabli )" 'und south of that was the depot
I null nlon loi.k $2ICIC:!: oir I Hint "
,living. exp, -UK H fir a HI 1141111, "IjeforuI outHidc! help,, grow from i 'Ihu puce along the track, between .
liiinl. liiNt' f.. W. Hryeit'svreP4
yi-nr I collet.ted hm "I'" ,.lil... t the moHt unpropitioux Hurroundinj-i Cull and :Madison, was calL-d "the
ii I Im-onm" from liv. HITCH. niarMiOirmir In most of thin "'"agricultural! "
to its pre.senl importance/ must !becompriHt'd i I wharf and! it wn the common
of .
| I I the I leiordii UioHii liftyitevi -
daw .
... : the
Hliitc thing
'hint "' "" wax f.'UI.OOQ'" ,principal a man SHORESBradford
cf uncommonly/ gonil elements 1 meeting place. At the site of the
I 11 I n,< I 1"IIk"r i-in ile.eI. I heei, dKiiren n persoliH wh" I' iiertgeig'ei (best' c to, put i into new, Innd. in skill I i :
I and if the frond publicity Odd .Fellows hall was the Richardi
forecloned d.iy.' Only I II
|I" me' :MOM.* tliali IH.OIIII", it wnifroni werii i in one nnd hard work his own 'lahor.\ The '
I work that miikex itll debut with thi.i i, & 1'aco house. Another gin
lelery.Hifore' tie, .., two of tnern, had been' "uclu'jlliirnierH noil I uHuo.llyIn he made .In do withi gin
I the. nlatex fromwhich IlooHtcr EdItiOn: ami' thu efTort.s of house, owned by J :M and Erwin
even in
IIIIIK, If ll lijenet hiipiien-, / lit rnmrrnTi'ial, r"lih/.
I, I they came' They. were wrhool, .r-I'H"eC'1!i t the chamber of commercf, are keptun Johns, was locate' went of Clark
loil wlurh the
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cell li> you y you will lui urged liilly virgin' ,
there l.s no telling the size our street, between Jackson and Pratt.
'i.e> Icily .u finm in l'lori'hi. You I I i.sti lee'rise foreiin-born I minern i tnechaiucM tier Hti-kM. A(11".1( part of whut I I II" ,
und' while-collar derkii.Not city may uxDunie in the not distant At one time 4,000 cattle' were penned -
hilly' I In1 iirKi'd to hiiy "nluht), unHern : riiinH, rnuy IK consumed' on the \

And, I lie. .ru. I U no "'I1.r one of them wan Hktiled' I in the .place foruKc crops, for his animal future. there Those days the cotton
i Tho Starke of J1'i7.1: recall.to, me was not baled, but put in big bags.
I i loro'1"ri,11I/ farming.
diiiiht' I Hint, u very |Ill I ge' iiiiinln-r" ofpiTMnim peculiar IcinkH -Kiir the Hecond. eerie of the first chapter A negro with a licavy iron bar
I They J wouldn't I have been willing I I II
who "'1,1, ,I I Ihomvelvim I*nhnvhiK dairy "products. wood to Icuc rn. '
of G.meRlit. except that the"xpirit" blood in the bag and packed the
I to underifo farm drudxery
morn I him urdinary, 'Intell). I anywhere A 111// "f th, crop" which he milesto mentioned! there wun not I cotton.

ITeni'i1, will.do, pri'i'lnoly" I hut fool- in the North. Hut they Hell, most .of it iH. staple" -he can
thought that it would l I.e dinYrcrit, 1'''' I.'It, in n .xutficient quantity to A blacksmith shop owned by Bradford County'sLeading
|HI thi ceg. "l",,&' it III hm own barns und ({rannrieM '
l l's l'"d. Starke "Starks IMlniun Adams of
iiml. wholly delightful to farm in nol (or stood! just east
This iirtlili' In written
to wiirnyou slacks till his
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it generally/ ycleped) wall ( 5,1., Knight's office another
UH was owned
Florida, idyllic, Hitting in the ilindnof "
I thiil, ', whlIn) hion I lliroml
you iniiy -ls ready sill it.
,' I In fin tune in //n/, /( Into. /l'lorIdu n ,iiiiliu I tree, and. wit ti Ii.i misc theHteiirninic lt l/l decidedly, wild und wooly. Fights by a Mr. Bowen, stood near P. DevelopmentOUR

i acreH hruiK/ them, ""lIllIl : shooting and cutting sirapes' amieven :M. Ifarefoot's, and I I llu-ri- itru muny dmiKeroiii : I HTAI1VIKMi i : I: :. \\ 11 1// F.% HUt '
I in hountiful of baiiiinas, uvo.cad'ieH killings, h.d been were so ( Mack, a colored man, is still
rroMHiMK. I lo wnU-h. out t..,. iropM
Tin-re nro wondi-rful, opportunlHIH inaiiKoeH, yuin.yuniH amtb I MY :MKN IN 'I'llISOUTH: coiiuiion ax to give thu town a black extant the oldest building/ in the

In Ihi1 ntiile fur. ri-iil fnrniern" I <' other. ipieer armadillim of thi.I .' eye, and in the late ill I'i' it was even town anti Mack is still living. Dr.

/ '.iigKfhted thiit the name I be changed Ja,.. Jones, of Starke and,) Dr. A.
I IropicH, which without' i-ulli- WellKecclKxl
wild see"I' r/ipuldi' ",* of iidnptinir" I hem-. Krow 1I.lIId, und Mortgage Official!
\atioti I I und 1 ,Hell for Mevcnty-llvi, to make it more. alluring to the : I'. Smith, of Sampson Lnke were GUARANTEETO
"""" '" I fo new cued 1 iiiifiiitiilnir, rondillniiH By Hnunrirr
liomiv.seekerVhi, ->ke>, politic j the healers. They cured not much !
of rlimiilinoil, wider and i-entx on the. tree i., on the vim j' oon '

KiMierul, "living "".1,11 lulrn, There.. t the hoof, or whatever, It WIIH l.li". old' feuds dating from the Civil Wartimes I for practice; for a call generally i
Conilitions in the "Morida/ real .the. reckless' nature of tho meant work without One lawyer
li r.i1 I iliotiHiindtt" of limliinri-M in; which real e' el 1 emIt. HaleHinan told/, I henabout. eest pay 1 EVER PURCHATER
ewioyue and' of tlioxe from el.so. the late Judge J. T, Wills then
wlmt' I cull I tho "iMiiiair/ii": ropn''', Surely I that would' he coin Ii IA' anil nixi ttruKt' 'field are reuuriled '
fort and independence. .. for I life'Nil where who came here to tiellle, th"ir' a young man, very popular and an
IIIIVK. iiiiidi-I heir plodiii' ',--M i'i li'h I in nI favuruhly' by northern moneylenders '

MilliE I / 'I"" .I'lIIHIIII.Hnt i. niimt of I them. Hpent' I their. entire. according I to J. T.I Illalock ilifTerenceH, und\ the ,presence in the' iinlent politician/ but too modest for

,, KIIVIIIKH' not, in I II Icc', 1.111' right county of sundry, rulTi.ins who hail politic-all, for he could not be in.iluced .
( hen1 111 lice iliousiind-t nfliiHlunieN
aro i ', 1.1"lIl"f the, Semrity Bond. und ,,11.1 REFUND!> OF ENTIRE!' PURCHASE PRICE OF
I : I in, u hi<-It iiii-n and, wonu'il "pun,'haxo of 'Hinall farms but Iii" |hr. come here from other states to |' '! to accept office. The mar- ,"
:M. of Xickionil justice, and whii.li have long Hhal. : who did EVERY LOT TO ORIGINAL PURCHASER. ,
Imve, hi-i-ii minled' hy I the her of bml paymentit.. They. expelled. I |iearn .rI gee ire Company, cape' was fug..n"all., the

Nile Ii, niiii,.. .,'"".'" into miderlnliinpf1' I Hie balaixe nut of I the ",,,fil' \ / ,'. :.Mi r. Illtiloik. I ami' the viceneMideiiL I ago vanished, were. the, source of best; he l'ou'lto' keep order but tho I TillS ALONE MAKES YOUR LOT COST YOU j

In utiiih. I they "rould" only fad., ..r fanning.' 'I hey did, not., i iI "."hl." I'[' of his company, / I/ 1 I thr. turnioiU. It must be remembored 'I standard' of orderliness then was NOThING!' GUARANTEEING!' A BIG PROFIT

'tri omi day tei-i-nlly, a liiri: lund, I I that, I they would! have I to "'\'HI I'othnin, have. ju-l r..tw'II"" 1E'I E'I I that Sturke was known fur not so strict UK it is now. Wall FOR EVERYONE.

week, 'H I' lI-i to 1 lid t j and wide triid.ng, : point, nnd at died. Inter from the effects of ,
wner" III ( 'Iny "i-ounly, furerlonedlifly ., ''note for faiimnir' I the. It""H I. .vi'nr, II ciii mui'uiue ip un u a pistol I

Ki-veii moilifiiKi's" .on lid niiinv I I Ihnn I they. would have: had. to ,e ELECTRICITY AVAILABLE FOR .

parri-U. of ,land. They/ ,, wi-ri1 'pint "' I j J I|iend. ) I to buy. ( he land, oulnrM" They / ."-,'1111.1 slump 14 the best nf had,I people' ,, as "'ell". It'"'II., My TllI'rll'nlt no barber, finch' none HOME: BUILDERS.i .

lid ieali/e that, Ih. e..uuuul in III/I Dial '' I the, way, from 1R02! to 1H12 m" loii wAs needed,; Innhni, and. I fierce
II "18 I 1(i' niimhcr' of' picnic' II fjiiinn' for not I I i f t ; I could happen'' :Mr. Ilialoi :i GRADED( STREETS GUARANTEED.I I .

u hli'li |"ieinoim" '' In'mif III ,i-lhi-r. nliili'H' ,Ahull" I they 'lui.l' buiiKhl' ,' is belterebipled I I, dec', lared.I "Tills \ lew it taken than nix Bradford. county nhcrilT.swere whiskers were the order. of the ellI '. .j<

heed, 1'iillh. ,I'lii-l., hii-l I lili'd i I lo. "riillinli 1 to piodiii" I lion of I'amilmriiriclie'i ">' all (lie IMIHIIU-HS mm and banki 1, killed., I I II A man who feared, nn altercation I LUMBER: FOR BUILDING OBTAINABLE FROM: J

\ > fni' II ulnle" nnd 'Iind, iiluindunid ,\
I"M-II t tin-''' |I"Hiiiiinli'i ,< l'-'I I i vi-i, \ I II 11"iii' 'k ,and .staple' i-i i ops I Ilian the inltiivleil,. in .r'londti ill II I'umti- full Kin'5 'l. I It I IK-ITUn at I I the. milroml |. run: n double-barrel, for pistols. i RESTRICTIONS: INSURING: :

I thiiii'" : I II .1'a'"I'l l. I "l'i'I'I, uet Ihmirs of I vvliubhcv C ,uil 1 \\ay wi-ie rxin-mcly/ I n\t\\\\ \ \ that !| t trucks unit, extindeilvest. ., tot wore not common, then. Such n ennui PROTECTION FOR -)

'I 1 hri iin I, II I hmi, III (th"" C fintiii" -. I hlld ,10"11".1" i Thcv ,llld. 11,1 t I he inailict ri-turiiod to mum-thin|{ |I II !I I he present ('..lIIl ut"ut't't. At its was considered. ., with much respect, EVERYBODY.Facts (

\ \ I \liii .. I to 1' \vextern" terminus .-loud I a I littk i > hut and i if I... killed i I his I. adversary he : ,
hut It doi-ui'i, nti'nn I Ihnl. |I"'''|'.Ii' i' in ll n.'W/ I lui I ihcs '\1\1 \ put I liUe not inn I IIM Noon IM it did. Theyllll ,
/.1, hoiiHi'iir a millimty nliop ( not"Hhoppe" wai fltci, .. much blamed ho
-- fill'I H1I VV t till' .lll>f>ll (fill Mill.'ll II /

..........+....+......*......*.....*..........*. ;I'utioii'; 1 ; in- pr'ccH:: : oil -ceiUiui; ;, properjli's ;;, : .II I[ ), I Hie went. side uf wbicli would have been had he boon .' ,j

I and \, .'is' anxious fur l it to ocnir. I I bore, numerous m.iilts' of I biukshot, caught fishing on Sunday.. The About Shores I

i mementoH. from" a Hiego; HiiHtainedagaiimt ; town fool, was Jack Williams, a I1C.Kr Hampton

Have Your Hauling Done The I i a blind of "reirulattirs." j ,'. with n Ii"inll''oit.." neil, a lugubrious
'l iic ci>MKcr\iilive I i I hiiiiUerx I I fe"l
\\ I lii-re, I ).irb cy'" .sti n> now stands,1' face; h. wore n crepe on
th.it the prexenl' I mi rlifiiKi1 iiwrliclIK 1-,0,000.)() (>() PIER. BATH HOUSES AND DANCE
l Hi<-IIIII'.1 & I Pa v I Hien lu-l.l fort hi. 1m loft arm in sorrow over his d.- .
a sound" iiivt'Hlim-nt and, I Ihey are \\' I Hull's I I Store ( tilt.. I PAVILION TOGETHER; WITH STORES NOW J
Sure Safe & Economical Way lu-i-i> Pepartment' the. "fi I
I willing to "-iciiMtt I amount" t
tho'ninrliriiKt'M. .1.. :\i. Johns ami Wash :McKin. buy a stock of m.r('haneli".. anti l US DER CONSTRUCTION. j j2HHTH
'iet'u "I.IIHIS ;
I /V to iiiiu'oiiiH writing I I
ney had, a store. Stump's store site start n .1..1'('. He bought a box ofresckerus ,
I : They I.live dad I mi in. BEAUTIFUL IW'G.LOWSI.H.E.DY: "
1 was I then occupied, by n woodenhiiildiiig ) nnd olio of potash, nndannounced .
tftitii'M t e rctrem-h.\ They feel re- I ERECTED ON THE; PROPERTY. f
I where) I the Into J.,,,. .'t lvii- his wares to "passers-by
: I licM'd I .u* I theft', is III) 'longer ocean i iu .
ri'z. progiMiitor of the numerous I \\ ith his piping: cry cf "potash. an' :-5 BEAUTIFUL WHITE. SANDY BEACH, WITH
'1I"I worry, o\cr, illll"I..11111... .
1 l'i nick tvivicv Hi't\\rrn Sl.irlvo. Jacksonville anil and rcspo.'lril' I AKnrcz family. had l criukors) !" W.TEnS; ('LE.H8. A CRYSTAL.I15fl1'ES .
I In """"' 5 instancc-i, I I they iiskrd I if'laiK'iT ;
I IV'y a general "tol'I'h.I ..... Hemingway's Throe barrooms flourished. tho
aiiinirils could lie used in. I ; BELOW
DEVELOPMENTS: ; 018nll..
store. "'sss in I III' present time, but there wn* only, one churchIt :
\' I Points.Vill AiLl Service to Ci.\iiu-s\illr. iiixrttriiNV I nn..111"" | !..\R CHARACTER.
Kii'khter building, nndV.' II. Hivem I bi-longod to the :Methodists hut

: limes uttitude I I i>f ititi i'Ht', I indi- hold forth in I the building lately the Baptists wore allowed to hol.l

: iiiti'i S u ,''vilion I that "Klni'idii is oi-i'upied by leo.; I.'. 1''un,:. .1 Octi'iist ;, .sor\iiv there nt time It stood

1"'Jm.It',1( ( iis a V'".l pri, >|..>i"ilion'I intlv !
of I Unit's store wns/ tho 'first whore Ih.1o.th..Ii.t: parsonage: i i.

I lout; e inn, and that (iipcculii-- drug store of I 1'r.' ... I.. Iiinkins, n j now located nnd just cast of it wn
ti\e tUii-ry's. mil maiked I the bcKUi-i Prices On Lots
: cry modest vxtnbhshiiipnt. A ..lIrt1! :n conutery. One white schoolhousostood )
:, nine iC( II HKuiul, Pt'Kliie. dmel- '
of restaurant "'a" "1'1'1| by a Mrs. on tho prl'"lIt'oman'lI Club
::1| C'I'\ liii'ii t in \lIh..'''. ) ) Col. L.Pook. .
'I'l uillll here tlv Hnidford' Ooun-1 I site; it was tnught: ty C.
i FROM $:.100() UPWARDS
: i llii'Hi1 t'niu'liiHioiis, it '''''' are Hank : TERMS
I 11I11. I ty now utrttid \ "hotel. then :i struggling young mnn.Tho I

Stiirke Express & Transfer : I I ci "
> I I I I to regard .present, ....nhli..n. od on the lingers of one hand .stood ,school.\ Mantling: on the Lake i LOT CARRIES OUR FULL PURCHASE PRICE

: \\ 1111 i'i'suutiifl.' : whore, t'ol. C. I.. Peek's' residence! 1 1I Hutlor road just west of the town REFUND.

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STARKE, I-l.A. I II II! A. W Tobey Company, Hampton, Fla.

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