Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
June 9, 1922
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Nation on Eve of a Rccord-Itreakiiu; Railroad LaborHoard. Order Cut for I I

NEER ENGAGED j Boom According. to ReportsA I! PRIMARY :Maintenance-of Way :Men I I BUSY IN THE POLITICAL Conunixnion of Ten Percent Orders Reduction ,I

serious shortage of and! More tfmn $13,000,000 I is slashed
common '
\Declaring) (hat railroads "

FOR ROAD 'WORK skilled laborers, accompanied by increases II ELECTION from the wages of 400,000 railway I ARENA', (live and three-quarters! .per cent re- ,

: in pay in virtunlly every industry employe in a decision: by the United, I turn i 1111 inventmont, large' enough, the ''t.f ,

in tho (country is predicted bylabor I I States railroad. labor board. The decreases I Interstate Commerce Commission; hasordered ;

I and business authorities throughout which acerago live ('entlan
drastic cut In freight ratesthroughout
1 the United State Early autumn hour. in the rn'ijority of (cases followed I the entire Them _
will be the made last
hegnining the labor tie- I cuts of $100,000,000 July ; ro.lucUoiiH in different sections of :

tNT: POST BY TRUSTEES I up, It is believed. CLARK: SUCCEEDS HIMSELFThe I by the board. The l last decision! however IONCE::. : IN:. _C_\MPUtiNSWhen I m the country vary situ on diiferent commodities

The unemployment situation in the affects mostly maintenance of but the average is a Ifltle better
IIIMI- meeting Tuesday! ,! the Board United! States has reached) the point primary Tuesday passed elf I way workers, although decisions ore I Senator ('ulb..,'."", nf Texas, than len per cent. The reduction baCOIIIVN ..

iid Trustees took the first, step| where it virtually ceases to exist, according -I quietly and without much interest.The p.n.ling1I1T'ctinlf other classifications launched his campaign i f >r reelectiona effectlvo July 1.'f ,

.1 J starting their program of road I to reports received at Wash- following were nominated i and. cuts in these ant predicted. in I few weeks ago by a ringing\ deft! to '

"M,mcnt by employing a road en-I ington./ Within ten months more than II election or' appointment: I ninny' quarters.. I tho Ku Klux Kin n and it declarationthat In tho eastern territory. freightrates

of the For U. S. Senntor-l'ark Trammvll's I the organization. : should 1 be are cut approximately 14 par h t'
to Have supervision! 2,000,000 men have been given jobs; 'Jf the wage cuts! made in the latent the -, I
I cent In western territory, commisxlon -
,ion work. For 4hla important employment agencies arc. having no I nomination over A. W. Gili'hrist Is decision! aro extended,! to IIthl"r0181\ stamped out, politicians in Wnshin-; ordered, cut of npl'rO'lllmllte'I I ,

Mr., Edward Neff, for l'n'earll: trouble to find work {or nil appli' conceded without a doubt. ions expected soon, it was pointed out ton were inclined to believe the veteran a
I 13: 1-2 cent, and in the southern :
demolish ly per If!
Texas senator had ao4 t oul.-ro -
ted! with the engineering doicnt cants. J. -..J'Fr'lght For Representative in Congress in railroad circles" much of the $000-(\ II and\ mountain Pacific groups, approximately A
of thrr' city of Jacksonville, Frank Clark will succeed himself l> a political windmill.
Cut Causes Room y n 000,000 Increase\ given by the board 12 t-2 rent, all ..If.\!-
inployed. Mr. NeiT was! employ. : R. \\". Davis Reports now coming !Into Washing per
The recent cuts in railroad freight good majority over in 1120Viii 1 h(' wiped out, and wages live July 1. The commission' rate I

.1 i salary of $3000 per' year and I.rates is .responsible for. a large part i For State Attorney. eighth judicial will be restored to a level which railway I ton from all lIt'ctionlof the countryof cut was mn'Kj\'' horizontally: and ro-
his home in Rtarke in order the nominee. the activities! of this organization
ke of the industrial. boom in the United circuit-J. C. Adkins was officials/ have told 1 the board, will political moves a passage of tho general tni -
l' can be in constant personal The friends in the county of of tendppen : has brought n realization
I many A.I lead to a new era development
States. Many plants? that were de- I I Creases given to all railroad rata\ In
of every detail of the work. S. Crows hoped that he would be enabled t the to the employment of that regardless of the merits or ilo- i
prived of much business! by high rates way 10H.! .
the meeting Tuesday: the Brad- I I to continue in a career. where ho'has 'I 200,000 additional men. 1' merits of the Ku Klux: Klan it is 1 t .
have resumed work and are working J '
i ,aunty) Bank nod the Bank of '/ shownso much efficiency, but hn 1 I wielding an Influence that portends 1'<> Aid I1U"iIlI"HM !: f

having complied with the re- overtime in many I'I taKts his defeat as an incident of "tho The decision was signed by bond the I trouble for candidates whom It in trying The commission. In its decision, di" t r I"
First reports of an increase in business I throe railway members of the! '
fonts of the law, were designatlipoaitories fortune of war." I to defeat.To t clari'd, general reduction in "rate lev-
wore. made to the department of I and I the I three members representingthe I 1 eta "nn Rulmlantinl the condition of
of the bond, fund. as
(cI candidates who had date Culberson is me only member "
labor by Pacific lumber workings. Of those county public. A dissenting opinion\ \VAlli
fconst I the carrier will permit, will tend to
hanks in the will .
: county prob- / Production. there is two percent' I opposition, the following came out jn filed by the three members representing of either house running for reelection Httihilizo conditions", of nil business. y 1h\
tualify later, in which case they who has had tincourage toexpress 1 !
above normal, the reports say, and tho lead: \ the labor group.. The "Transportation i-harges hnvo arrived '
duly designated depositor- For. Representative, g'rolll'T.. B. tho cuts made! his sentiment on tho klan ,I
many mills are working day and night I I opinion said wage were In the point where they are impeding
: Fast PinhoUter. in accordance, with decreases in time Thy l latest! demonstration of Ku: Klux *
Machinery Selling I I of sthe
the free flow commerce, (
.I+is, ordered that bids be advertis- Fir, Supervisor. of glsll'lltion-C. intensive activities in politics) Is supplied \
Manufacturers of machinery, especially cost of living.field ( commission's. decisionhlch ordered "
r the construction of a bridge. A. Knight. ,) by Oregon, where it will probably j '
road building implements and -
u far. grenii-r reduction of rates
->- Santa Fe river near Brooker tnko nn ollielnl count to determine -
For commissioners:
pumps, are experiencing. big boom.Several county !* Secretary: Hoover was informed limn hnd been anticipated in -
any qu.irUT
Brooker. and LaCrosso road ll.ill the klan's I
: whether
Brownloe ,
District No. 2-J. M. j
of these firms arc shipping today by the chairman of the board of snld. "Kates are thus tending tft
being opened and improved by District No. 3 S. J. Prescott. Coal candidate! won or lost in his effort to "
their goods by express to speed i deliv directors of the National Retail defeat the for which they
'inn from. LaCrosse. to the till Republican gubernatorial purpose
county District No. 5-H. P. Gainey. Merchants Association. capture
ntahltailed that of
Advertisement for these bids I ery.Motor For member School Board districtNo. nonknuliont Ho appears to hove lost were producingiwenuo
: car' builder are far exceeding The voluntary co-operation of the whithVour.1 enable carriersto {
elsewhere in the few hundred' voles, J I W
irs Telegraphhe :,1 I-A. A. llazen. by a
their output for IU21, they report. association to prevent undue price advances provide the people of I the United) I
plans and !specifications may For. constables: I From several other states Above the
I Many plants .report it virtually. impossible was pledged by Mr. Stephen Stntc-H: with adequate transportation. l
'en at the office of the board at Districts! No. 2 and 3-Jacob Johns. Mason and Dixon limt conic rl'p01'I.1In- I
to fill orders. Iron and steel industries of a maximum of PjixHcnKcr UiilrH Nut Affected!
it\ hall in Starke at the that the organizers of One I
or officehr District No. 8-C. N. Shaw dicating
have become BO busy that $3.50 a ton for coal at the mines, Mr. Passenger, rates and Pullman car.
Alachua klan mll.inI'utlll'r! remarkablelieiulwuy.
engineer in
county they actually fear. a l labor shortage in Stephens contended, would mean II n tire surcharge) went left. unaffected by the ;r
rsv'i11e. :SOFT" COAL PRICES; WILL RISE They lire Hnding apparently
ustecs E. S. Matthews and J. II. the autumn. Building activities areincreasing I 10 81.73: UNDER AGREEMENTS; increase of $l.7.'i: a ton in the retail that organizing' behind. it cnndiil.itc derision, which applied. to tho I freight'';

n were authorized. to complete all at such a rate that an acute I price In Maine and tho northwest. Thenecessity for a high; office is the easiest way of rates inclusively. The* rate cut averaged -
!shortage will be felt at the end of the : nctiml Ion
? i"d of the delivery of the bonds ton lifcaiise of Advance in Price at :Mine for advancing the retail pri- recruiting members, and they tin lining I approximately in percent
, aurehiisera. It is expected that summer, it is said.Farm in the Producing Fields ces, ho said l, was duo to the prices fi-) tills method with great HUCCCHM. decrease' in rates. Agricultural t
, l.alior in Demand pniduils.wlll' not be affected liy thoicdiutioii. +
and the long (
the .
II' bonds will ho ready for delivery ed by operators In Oregon Itcprcsuntntlvt-n: McAr-

'tin ten days or two weeks.A Farm" labor seems to be greatly in Washington, June 5.-Retail pricesof transportation now noceR.sary' from thur und Sinnot, both Ki'iiuhlleans,' Tho reduction of 10 1-2 r

demand. Strong, healthy' men are fields. Arrangements. fixing tho pi-r cent undo In the western hay and 5.
/ bituminous\ coal "will rise" ns much non-union managed I to squeezu through by
of job in the farming. districts I with the operators, 'I grain rates last situ umn and (ho voluntary .
!sure a as $1.75 per' tom because of the advance fair prices narrowest margins\ for rt'tmniination
BOOST this according to reports from he added, had modified primes 10 per cent rut rondo In nil agricultural
summer I in the price of coal at the mines!) however, to congress! l. despltu-" opposition from

western states. !Many farmers are! under the agreement reached I last in the retail market which might the( klnn. In several other wtates the I products, by railroad Jan 1,

already making appeals for aid. In I week with operators. in the producing. have reached even higher levels. khan Is reported. to bu actively participating will bu substituted for tie I decision on

FOR STARKE some parts of the South not a man Is j in primaries of .Uulh (par I I these commodities.. _.
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lout of work. ties.

I' \'I'I'ElCAXS'1JoJ':1I:' : :i: :-. r
all the country report
over Results Politician Ireud I INHIU
.nike, and the farming communi- deposits that nearly equal records set Primary Election \ I''fhe
I While political dimrnusliclanM nroindincd
members. of J. d. DickisonCnnip
of Bradford. county, arc receiving during the World War, when all wugos4 l
the organization
to discuss as
The Ifl22 met June :3rd! and were calledto
-enerous boost in a little booklet were. sky-high. present of tho disjointed -
million dollars is 1 n Mpasmodic symptom( order, by W. T. Weeks, captain commander.
1" i is being distributed. now to thou- record. of a to
times, they are beginning recognize Minutes of last meeting read p
total of accounts for
ids of people nil over the United far above the .
bu taken into account '
| that it must Tln
and! approved. following answered
'tates and even in foreign lands, urgIL 1921.! results In
w in calculating many present! to the! roll" call: W. T,
them to make their homes on. tho a
CHILDREN'S) II.YT THE. :.METHODIST slates the klmmnifn aro putting out Weeks, D). J. liyrd, S. I.. Morgan, L.
rofitable farms of this .
locality. CHURCH t+Oo y y e q a ax: d:: candidates against those who have incurred W. Klckliter, W. N. Fowler, J. T. ', {

Prospective farm buyers men whoire i .0 El their displeasure, and) tho very Jones, J. It. Florrld!, II. It. llryan and

known to be seeking the comforts, I : ; 9 a f a .c a $ secrecy with which the weird organization W. I D. Dukes.TOIectlon .
mk-pendenee and prosperity of farm Last Sunday was Children's Day at w 1. W the
Ej works makes it drcndi d I by
i nf for I the
) C1li : \ officers ensuing
eleven ca ajio
and the I
''ife will, in consequence, be attracted the Methodist church, ... et 'o too politicians. ,
., 1' ( then took' ,place.W. .
re- this part of the state. It Is a kind I o'clock service was /given over. to the d d o d d In Texas the issue ban grown white year
c 'T.VI'I.kll win r..lcct..lcnptaln
of publicity that is bound not only to Sunday school children, who had been z. Z Z .l / r't hot mid lass gathered forco: doily since commander.Jiilin I

promote. farm sales but to aid in put carefully" t trained by the pastor's wife, : t: t: t: t: 't: t: 't: $ Senator Culborson hurled his del at t
Croft; 11 lieuttiiiunt. I'i
ting this community and section more Mrs. M. L. Smith. The church wan E :s :s :s :s :s 'S :E the klan as un-American and nuked ,
W i y; II> '11 1I..1. !ilvrd, 2nd+l lieutenant.
and bowls of OIl OIl 1 prominently on the world's map. decorated with vases is is is is is is iS: is F support' of only those citizens! who J. L DiihuHu, 3rd: lieulenunt. f
And the best of it Is that it costs roses and Shasta daisies, which madea Blind fur law and order. The klari aspirant t
S, Morgan: adjutant.J.
nothing the communities that will suitable setting for the pretty chil- for Culbfrson's sent' is RobertL.
recited.. U. S. Senator; : T. Jones, color sergeant.
profit by it. The movement is part dren who sang and 4 G 1i7 221 Henry, of Waco Texas., n formermember
with a chant Gilchrillt _______ 14 70 49! 17 7 Henry Vurnes, quartermaster.
of a $1,000,000 campaign just launched The service was opened of small children, T..nmml'lI. ______ 89 180 107 U 27 21 3& H 610! of the Democratic house. J. II. Florrld, nergeant-nmjor./ f '
by the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, sung by a number'
Congressman. : J. W. lateen, vidette.! 4,
Inc., of ,which the representative. which was followed which by the a responsive following | Clark. __________ 82 208 109 18 33 14 31 67 r.02 MUS. MOORS KNTKRTAINICI: : :/ U.II. Camp, then broke up and all fell into .
is G. M. who is sending tho reading, after
Inman, out Davis __________ 19 59 66 16 Jj 11 1 41 211 ( lino nnd marched down to the Jua-
carried :
booklets the was ka
persons program .1
by the chil State Attorney: nitu to enjoy n sumptuous dinner given $

country who have indicated that they Opening prayer sung Adkins ________ 413 47 52 15' 7 12 23 31 237 I Mi J. T. Moore, of Lawtey delightfully ; I by the W. T. Weeks Chapter\ U. D.
are looking for new homes or' farmsin dren. Mrs. F. II. Long, pianist. 8 1 entertained the W. T. Weeks .
First Children's Second Choice .. C. Thu hostesses were Miss Olivo

Florida. Recitation, "The Buin ___________ 3 6 8 4 5 I 0 2 3 al I Chapter U. D. Wvdnutulny! afternoon Ray and Mrs. S. I"'. Hamrlck, and they 4

The booklets are profusely illustrated Day"-Eloiso Ritch.So White and Fair". Second Choice __ 1 1 at the home of her parents,' Dr. were warmly thanked. j pi

with charming views which "Little Lambs 17 8 '81 r.r.3 and Mrs. H.} W. Hrown. .
Georgia Ilaynes, C..ews _________ 76 220 103: 18 ----- -
show in a convincing way the wealth Dorothy Ritch, Snyder, Lois. Second Choice __ 3 2 The vicp-president, Mrs. J. M. "FRANK VAK.NEH! CUTS' LEG;

and prosperity. not only of the farm- Ruth Schilke, Louise n. n. Commissioner: Brownlve, presided over the business WHILE. : CHOPPING\ WOOD

ing communities hereabouts, but of Long and Lois Adkins.Pantomime-Harriet Bl1wden ________ 21 45 33 9 10 3 5 20 1111 iCNsion. Tho names of Mm W. F.
Starke also. The abundance and diversity Reading and Godwin of and 111'1T. S.
and Lois Long. Second Choice __ 2 Lawtey, While out chopping cordwood! for.
of produced in this Ritch, Lois.Adkins I 0 32 123 Stark of Miami, were presented for l
crop Comrade"-Etholin Campbell ______ 10 43 25 3' 3 the Ideal American Corporation Wednesday
neighborhood and the methods of "The Children's Second Choice __ 2 2 membership, and were unanimously in the forenoon, Frank Varncs. 1
growing them are attractively portrayed White and Sara Bird's Hope Nest"-Etholin Eaton _________ 53 143 78 17 17 19 25 22 311I accepted. It wan decided that there had the misfortunn to cut an ugly l

the pictures including Immense Song, "The Eloise I Representative t would be no business meetings during wound In his leg just above the foot.

strawberry beds under cultivation White, Sara Hope Haynes the months. of July and August. i
2 bush !
Verna. Schilke, Group : He struck a nearby sapling or
vineyards and close-up views of Ritch, Hazel Adkins Velma, Schilke. PinhoJlltel' ______ 47 101 78 22 21 21 26 81 397 The hostess, assisted by her mother which caused his axe to glance and

their products; examples of the dairyherds Gracie Alvarez and Smiles"-Mrs.: Turner ._____.. 55 171 86 11 18 9 1 U 385 MI'!!. Drown, Mrs. W.o'. Oodwin pcnctrttto! the leg, cutting the bone and t

which contribute heavily to the Reading, "Growing Supvr Registration: and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, served a delicious making a gash about three inchea

farm incomes, and samples of the luscious M. L. Smith. Little Soldiers"- Knight ________ 42 186 119 28 27 20 18 67 507 salad course of iced tea, chicken long.-Johnstown News."BALL f I .

fruits for which Bradford county Song, "Onward, 10 1S 362MCII. salad, pickles, olives, saltines and -
I Richard Wainwright Sapp __________ 62 84 4' 5 10
Inman, James
farms are famous. George" Commissioner: preserved cherries.

and Richard Juniors Long.Hazel Mll-. Bro"'nlee _______ 200 200 The following ladies from Starke I GAME
POPULAR GIRL CONTESTThe Exercise by 70 attended this much enjoyed meeting: m
Ritch :Mildred Colson I Edwards _____.. 76
dleton, Harriet 88 Misses Etta Tison and Olive Hay,'
Prescott! _______ 88
girl contest, recently and Verlie Sapp. 75 Mesdames J. M. Brownies, AV. J. Ep
popular : by school. Underhill ____:_ 75 TODAYTHURS.4P.M.

the prizes being awarded. Miss Leila Talk-Rev.Love"-\liIdred:M. : 'Colson Kelly _________. / .-, 31 42 73 O. L. Haynes, T. C. Morris, +. A. Anderson
contestantsat "Spelling S. L. Ilumrtck Lucy Powell,
Sapp. There were eight Hazel Middlcton. School Board: ,

first, who finally dwindled down to Harriet Ritch and Fogle __..______ 22 22 21 37 102lIazen A. Z. Adkins, J. M. Mitchell and W. .

3. Miss Sapp received 46,030 votes. Collection. Sung by children. _..._____ 11 17. 12 78 118 L. Wall. _
conferred the Closing prayer. f f
Besides the distinction Constable: FATS VS. LEANS
Benediction.. Tanlac la splendid tonic for ,
.fair winner will .receive the handsome Alvarez .___.___ 54 121 181 a puny
manicure set donated by Turner's _.. 231: frail and delicate children. It is pure- ,
Alma McMillan is home from Johns ---.t 106' 133 '

Drag Store, the complimentary season Mrs. to spend a vacation with her Rainey ._._.___ r I 9 9 ly vegetable and contain no minerals COME

ticket to the theatre and "Movie DeLand Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Lager- Shaw __..______ 61 61 or opiates. Turner's Drug Store, \

Weekly" will publish her picture In parents, Waters _.___.___ 'a 41 41 Starke.... ---- -...-- -
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Suwannue-Farmers of tho county any success they may have to the I] ber, hud learned nothing anl !'

BLUE LAWS Solomon may ten nothing. Special,!IE'st.s
_.......................-.-..........................................-..... have shipped seven carloads of cucumbers good will of acme man. |' before the
l, and one of onion operatively have placed his crown just for fun on nppVared rointm, ,, \
this week. the head of Sheba, but Solomon was I always, argued their points t t'"

With The Bradford I ARE OPPOSED !still the king." I tectlon of their own induct<

, St. Johns-We now have .a county : a prohibitive tariff, and for t6 t!,

I agricultural advisory committee, they THE PROFITEERS' TARIFF part got what they wanted I. .

County Farmers being appointed by county commis- BY PREACHERS terest saw only as far as it-- .,'.\
and disregarded all those .
sioners. The committee has organized Here are the latest utterances of n n?
.1.1I 1 The industry .
I 1 L....................................*..'...'....................................... and adopted program of work. leading; Republican and Independent | potash 'I'I '
ommnS'EIIUS: the Fordney-McCumber |i ed a high tariff to keep out ,i ., !,; ,
I on
l, papers lions of this commodity, thui l'
I __ -'- J 1 Polk-:Many citrus groves are now URES AUK 1I.IOIFI'I.XU tariff bill: 1 1
i 1 u SUMMER: : FOHACJXU PASTURE lead arsenate and the bordeaux mixture I white with June bloom. Local mar- HAVE NO EFFECT I New York Herald (Rep.)-It is n tho farmer's cost and redo i I'' vi
I probable advantage to be .Jr!
CROPS and spray for both enemies at kets supplied with great variety of year since Congress passed the emer- : I''
from a high agricultural Unit)
the same time. locally grown vegetables. Growers I Pittsburg, Pa., June 3.-Laws de- gency tariff act to protect the Aiiier I
I s the thoughtful farmer The weevils attack the plants worse preparing to apply summer applica- 1 signed/ to force Sabbath observance lean farmer from being/ undersold in j I the consumer pays the root t.I t.
summer trade is destroyed. .
tion of fertilizer. I ultimately will di.> more harm than, his home market by a flood! of agricultural j Th
makes plans for hay and summer past soon they come up. Then ia the I reeks with such errors and mjii .
# j good according to Rev. Steward M. products from across the |
1' ture crops Florida is naturally adapted time to spray without danger to the The public i disgusted.: Onl
I to the growing of a number of valuable consumer IT the peas are sprayed Walton-Blueberry harvest season Smith, pastor of Dnnorn Baptist northern bord<:r. The results are I individual interests which''
is about to Preparations are church here and chaplain of two organizations roughly covered in the trade between many
: crops) suitable for these pur- after the pods are nearly ready to pick open. I been taken care of are satisfied!
>OKC8. one need not fear to eat the peas, especially being made for a greatly increased of World War veteran! the Dominion and the United States I(

r ] To enrich the soil and to furnish if they are washed before beIng acreage of this crop next season. I "The peace and quiet of the old- for the twelve months to April 1 last. j I WOOIII.AWN-

in protein, beggarweed and shelled. If the peas are to be time Sunday -annot: be forced upon ni They show that while the emergency j
feed high
unsurpassed for planting :, snapped, be sure to wash them thor- Citrus-Helped our farmers sell cooperatively i I people that Is slowly but surely changing tariff has been In effect we have fort ,

cowpeas at this are season, says Prof. W. ". oughly. 3,220 crates of tomatoes. its definition of religion," declared nearly $100,000,000 more in sales to I I Woodlawn, June {).-A lurgi..

Stokes of the Florida cperlment The quail should be mentioned here We have 42 shippers Watermelonswill Rev. Dr. Smith. "I know the clos- Canada than Canada. has )Jost in sales attended the sing at the home of

us a great destroyer of cowpea wee- be handled next week as tomatoeswere ed Sunday in Pittsburjr! and I know to us.. And to that the existing emergency and :Mrs. D L, Phillipr Fridi-t
A 12 Ibs. vils. This bird is worthy of every handled this weck.Alachua'Vatermelons. the open Sunday in Paris': France. tariff is a gentle tap compared Mesdames J. M. anti W II. :N
Sow boggarwi-ed seed 10 to Ibs. protection the farmer can give/ it. Paris. discovered as much genuine piety with the blow the Fordney and :Mc- ., were visitors to Starke Frida;
to the acre, if hulled, or 15 to 20 I discovered in PitUburg. could to our
began moving as ever ; Cumber schedules /give D. B. Browning was a VIMI
,d to the acre, if unhulled. One or more value :Mlh-SUMMEK FARM: HINTSDon't this week and are bringing fair I "Naturally, we of the churches favor whole foreign trade Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .

} cuttings' of hay, equal in feeding prices. strict Sabbath laws when thinking Indianapolis News (Ind.)-For tho : and Mrs. Arthur Crews, ,,'
be had I
f the bent alfalfa, may
to if cut when about half forget that shallow cultivation chiefly of our interests, and we are policy to which it it sought to com-1 i foul, spent Sunday with hoi i ii .
from this ,
crop Whvre not desired of the corn crop should continue I'asco--Tobacco harvest is in full loath to seem to argue against our- mit the Republican party-the policy i, :Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning.
through blooming.! makes excellent until after the corn is in tassel. swing; quality and colors are excellent I(i selves. But when we overcome prejudice of price-raising very dangerous Miss Nancy Starling returm. <'!!
for hay crop Keep the peanut crop free of grass and sizes desirable. Farmers arc i i we certainly lire not unmindful and especially so in a year in which :Monday, after spending several

r summer grazing. and sorghum and livestock until the ground is well planting cowpeas and summer soiling of the many thousands who do not I a congressional/ election is to be held.: the guest of relatives In,

cowpeas unexcelled or cowpeas for summer pasture covered with vines after which time i crops. care to worship just as we do. Noneof I The question presented is difficult | Troy Norman spent Satunl l"

3 are Florida. Sowing the if close planting! has been practiced,: us keep the Lord's Day as it was whether to go through with a bad fling with relatives in Lawtey.

Ei crops for clew can be !conveniently peasIn the crop will take care of itself. I 1'ulm Roach-Most successful tomato originally done. Times change.; !So'; I business! or to withdraw from It. The II I Mr. and :Mm. J. S. Norman '
rows as long as man gives one-seventh of his I mistake! was in turning the fortune taincd l number of friends Sui Jj
worked, or broadcasting,: alone or Prepare to increase hay and feed i season of the Everglades section I a .1 j
nature it is his! own business na! towhen of tho to Fordney and men t
party over fourteenth
Plant honor of the birthd
leguminous has crates
in combination with sorghum/ are sat crops. Home crop, closed, 400,000 having
is factory methods of planting. preferably cowpeas or peanuts, on all been shipped. I where and how he does so. The I of his school. Probably not in the their daughter, Miss Lois. At th. ':

I The amount of seed varies with the land not previously planted. I -- I true Christian will never be disturbed 1 history of the country has there been hour Mrs. Norman served a bun ':']

F individual farmer and the method us Clack-eyed and Crowder peas, pole FORD NE\KS OUTPUT OF 5,000 \ if he has within himself the perfect I j n worse tariff bill than that reportedto I dinner, after which games and ,

ed. Two or three pecks of seed to beans and bush llriia beans, planted DAY peace of which the Sabbath day is a the Senate by Senator McCumbor were enjoyed. i
In'' u n$mbol. and his committee unless it be the one I 1 "t
the acre, when planted in rows, is sat June will coma in at a time when I Many beautiful mad usefu'wero .
isfactory. When broadcasting and in other vegetables are scarce. Dealers. Call for 191.750 Curs, Trucks: Women Complicate Subject prepared by :Mr. Fordney's! committee prevented the young h">-' I
Canning and fruits and i And Tractors For June and passed by the House of Eel 1//
combination with sorghum, four to six preserving I "This subject, like the question of I I
\*- pecks of peas and twenty-five to fifty vegetables should be the order of the !I I prohibition greatly complicated by resontatives. Ir. I K. I.. I'xggs made A pr"G. .

pounds! of sorghum is ample. day on every farm If you haven't Ford dealers in the United States I j the increasing participation of women Brooklyn Eagle (Ind.)-If the Republican trip to Luke City Friday

1, u home orchard, plan now on plant- have asked for a total of 19i,7.0; Ford in public affairs. Not because women leaders of Congress cannot --
r Either Urubham 'or Iron
Amber sorghum will give Rood ing one next full. cars, trucks and tractors to meet their II are better. than men, but because they j tee what is visible to Republican papers To Stop a Cough Quick

&* results. These! varieties bf/ cowpeas I Learn when to spray citrus trees June requirements, says a statement have been misguided in the matter of ,} of distinction all over this. counI takeN HAYES' HEALING HONEY, }""I
for best reoults. Don't waste thy they are in a sorry plight. Those cough medicine which stops the cough >,.
s are" more or less disease resistant. i money Issued by the Ford Motor Company, moral reform. In the. first place they I healing the inflamed and irritated tibsue
Amber sorghum is fine stemmed' and by spraying when no good can be ac- Detroit, Michigan.As can only be reckoned with; they cannot newspapers protest against the tariff A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRA .

is ready to cut about the name time I complished. Call on your county agent a result, the estimated outputfor I be reasoned with. Time and ex- I bill not because they wish to make SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds. I' ,
the Where not desired for for advice or write to this College. of June has been boosted to 110,000 I I perienco will teach the women of this. trouble for the Republican party, but Croup is enclosed with every bottle
I as peas. Agriculture, Gainesville. that must not because they know that persistence! in HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The say
make excellent which is an increase of 10,000 over the country they get
these summer -
hay should be rubbed the and thr
crops chest
pasture Don't forget to provide plenty of present month, and, of course, will set I haughty in telling men what to do. I folly by the party itself will inevitably of children suffering on from a Cold or Crou,

LA I For soiling, that is cutting and feed. shado and good clean water for the u new high/ rescord, in spite of the Our best women already .realize that lend to disaster at the polls. The hcollnUeffort of Hayrs J"sllnIlIt011 ,
for there is livestock this summ"rl110n't fact that the May output will show a their conquests mutt be in the realmof I Chicago/ Tribune (Rep.)-Absolutely We the throat combined with the holilmil rff.,-i "
t tag green, or silage, probably I truve'a O-Fen-Trixii Salve through ebB port
that can be planted at leave farm machinery expos substantial increase over the previous love and moral suasion. In Penn- no appreciation of a change in international the akin "BOOQ tope a cou h. .
; crop ed to the weather. Exposure to sylvania have | trade relations brought on Both rcmnllr are parked In one carton mar
sun had remarkable
highest month. j we just a -
this season that will do better than ; cost of Hie comhlncd treatmeotisSea "
? I sorghum Although/ it Is best to have I and raiif for one season will damage/ Ford. sales have been const: 'y increasing I experience in the shape of a recent by the war was displayed. The tariff Just ask your druggist for HAY) > ,
farm implements more that would be ; primary election. It is said the : makers, led by Fordney and McCum HEALING HONEY.
slow first of
sorghum up and past its growing since the the year,
the cost of a shelter that will protect; women put Gifford I'inchot across! as ;,I .
stage before summer rains set in, the demand growing during the past
It may be planted late as June. thorn for several years.DON'T two months faster than it has been the Republican gubernatorial cundi-i I

Ii Thorough soil preparation and liberal "possible to Increase production date. !Mr. I'inchot says so. But this

fertilization with a fertilizer high FEED SLACKER cOWS Monday, May ICth, brought forth only partially analyzes the situation. I II : ''I I '

r+ in nitrogen is essential for hest results a new record of cars built for one day, I Personally I am for Mr. Pinchot, and ,
with sorghum/ Two factors whether or the figures reaching1878 at tho closeof I my opinion is not biased when I !say I II I,
not a dairy cow or a dairy herd is I it took more than the women voters i
yr Seed drilled in four-foot rows, cultivated the day's work. This was an increase -
j, as you would l corn and cut as! profitable, according to Prof. J. 111\!. of 1C over May 15: when the to nominate Pinchot in the Pennsylvania I \.'

the scedheads reach maturity, givesan Scott of the Florida Experiment Star I previous high/ mark was established. I primaries. The! women cannot

excellent soilin g crop or makes a tion. These factors are: Cost of feed On May 18th, the six millionth Ford get iin>body Into office, themselves included 'a--, THE
t silage/ "about equal, pound for pound, consumed, and value of milk produced. motor was assembled. Number five if the men are against; it. Pin- i

to corn silage for either milk or beef (I. Nothing else has the same Importance million came off the line May 28, 1021. chot's power in Pennsylvania was latent
production.For as either of these factors.' Ford officials state that every at- in his idealism and enthusiasm l1 .
Without knowing! what these factors I plus! his association. in the past with j' > t I And renumber-th low
maximum yields thu large later tempt is being made to build a sufficient I' +. 9t first coat, the lowest
varieties such lied are, tho dairyman cannot tell number of and the picturesque Roosevelt. Thus there
maturing as Topor curs trucks to fill I upkeep and the highest
Sumac, Orange and Japanese Honey what his. profits or losses will be. With the retail requirements of their 8,000 was added to his endorsement by the V : V. t. resale value of any motor

will be found satisfactory. this information, however, he can tell dealers women of the state the endorsementof t' oar ever built.Unequaled .

whether or not the herd is paying; ; the farmers, for a farmer loves the

Ii 11.1. THE WEEVIL, OF COWPEAS anti, if ho cares to figure with the individual WATERMILLWatcrmill picturesque. i i
cow, the same information Must Consider Foirv'..ine Intuition =-

t" One of the serious enemies of cowpeas concerning her can be determined.Such June 9.-Mr. and Mrs. "The only new political factor that

is the cowpea' pod weevil, although : information makes it possibleto Willie Parrish and children, of Lake has been introduced is that our practical -I

t / many farmers: do not take the weed out slackers, or rows that do Butler, spent the week-end with the politicians must now take into II :: LjJLjI 4I

s trouble to combat it. Many of our I not produce enough to pay for their letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs D. J. O. account the well-known intuitive fac-
i garden or field crops of peas would! keep. Grl'ene.Chesll'Y. ulty of the feminine mind. This is
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yield more profitably if we took the Ordinarily, the dairyman who buys Fogg of Graham was here real and not a fancy. It is rooted in i

p. little trouble to apply ft spray of lead l all his feed will find that the cost of one day last week electioneering.Mr. woman's emotional nature. The heart '

arsenate. I the feed eaten during the year bygone and Mrs. O. W. Thomas were is a woman's world, and she will ever |

According to Prof. J. R. Watson, cow will just about equal the value of business visitors to Brooker Satur be. prone to try to satisfy her heArtat i I d'Nfl

I entomologist of the Florida Experiment t 3.0; "gallons of milk. If, then, each day. the expense of her head. If we ever -

Station, all varieties of cowpeas cow In the herd is to return profit, Littlu Merrill Thomas is visiting! his have a woman president she will ,I I

are damaged by this large black it is evident that'etch one must produce grandmother, Mrs. Tiorcy Roberts, of not !hI' a brain woman; she will be a

weevil, which punctures the pea pod. considerably more than 350 gallons Brooker. heart woman-u red rose and a white I

for two purposes; first, to reach the during the year. J. Goodge was a-visitor to Sampson rose. But this country will not have

developing )pea which it eats; second, At present the average dairy cow Sunday morning.Mrs. women governors or a woman for the I

to lay its eggs" within. The eggs of Florida produces less than 300 gallons J. II. Brown was shopping in presidency! until the men consent. All

hatch out into pale, !ilesh-colored of milk annually. This low yield Brooker Wednesday. i government is founded on force, and

grubs, which live upon the pea kernels. Is duo to several causes. The average Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lewis and daughter 1 no matter how many peace conferences 1

cow is of no particular breed, just a Inez, Misses Altha and Opal Lewis ', are held the fighting male is the

The weevil. are worst early in the plain cow: her ancestors were never spent. Wednesday here with rela- only guarantee of the necessary force

7; rrowing season, and early attempts heavy, persistent milkers; she has not tives.J. behind government. A woman could

( to control them are usually most suc been developed along dairy lines. : T. Reaves, of Gainesville, was a not hold any political office whatever in

cessful. Spray the peas with 1 pound To obtain good, heavy, persistent 1 business! visitor here Friday.W. if men as a class were against her. Value

h tr ; bf It'udllrllt'nllte to 50 gallons of wa- milkers we must breed'and select animals R. (Hodges: and daughter, Mel- Every practical politician knows that

I ter. foe that purpose. Feeding, of bree, attended services at Dedan Sunday if they wanted to do so men could keep

i,, The leaves and pods! of peas and course, has its effects upon the milk every woman in the land out of office.

,R I' beans are often caused to curl by a flow, but feed alone cannot change tho Miss Ruby Greene left Sunday afternoon Sex War Wouldn't Last

fungus. This fungus/ may be held in individuality of the cow. for Five Mile, where she will "A war of the sexes wouldn't last

check by spraying with bordeaux mix- upend -several weeks with her sister, long. Mind and muscle subdue the
ture. If the weevils and the fungus COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS Mrs. Willie Parrish. world, and those are masculine attribute Equipped with Electric Starting

t ti ,fi r appear at the same time, combine the Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown, Al- *. When Cleopatra seems to con- and Lighting System, demountable -

Okaloosa-Tho co-operative sale of vah Thomas, Laura Carter, Messrs. quer it is because Caesar and Mark rims extra rim and
., TONIC two carloads: of beans, twelve of cucumbers Evan Hodges, Soldie Carter and Al- Anthony are willing. Such feminine non-
skid tires
Grove's Tasteless' chill Tonic lertnre and seven of Irish potatoesthis len Thomas attended services at De- supremacy is never good for the world all around-the Ford

I I s Energy and Vitality by Purifying and week goes to show that we'are dan Saturday night.CHRISTIAN and Homebody is sure to !get all snarled Sedan at $645 is the greatest

r 4 Enriching the Blood. When you feel its growing; in importance as a trucking up. Attempts to make men travel motor car value ever producedan

,'. ., 1ll'tlllllthcmlnll.ln..lgorotlng effect sea how section. ,CHL'RCH NOTESA the straight and narrow way" wouldbe -
t it brings color to the cheeks and howit funny, if not tragic. It is the old enclosed car of comfort,

improves the appetite, you mil then Hamilton-Our farmers received 3 very interesting and instructive error of failure to distinguish things convenience and beauty. Reas-
1 appreciate its true tonic value. carloads of (land plaster this week, chart will be used to illustrate the that differ. Woman Is 'the negative

1 f Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply which was bought co-operatively at n evening sermon at 8 o'clock. It is entitled force in society and man is the positive onably prompt delivery. Terms

Iron and Quinlno suspended In syrup. Sj saving of about. four dollars to the I "The Way of Life and Other force. Men have obtained power if desired.

u. pleasant even children like it. The blood ton. Ways" You will enjoy it and get a and office without the consent of wom-

needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to clearer understanding of what it en, but the reverse can never happen. J. W. Andrews
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! Jr.
germs anIGtlp St. Lucie To
date therev have been
means to be a worthy Christian. a follower Every woman office holder today is in ,
germs by its Strengthening Invigorating
rt shipped front the county 310 carloads of Christ. her of
place power because the male Ford and
EfTuct. .lOc Ford
fen-; I of tomatoes, the season for which is The forenoon service begins at 10:15 voters consented. Current talk about son Dealer

Only One "BROMO QUININE"To about ended.. I'rices have been good and closes at 11:4.:>. We crave your the 'economically independent woman' STARKE. FLA.

.''y ffet. the ffennlti. ettt for full name. LAX for the entire season and farmers are fellowship at both of these services, Is about as sound as the chatter of the
riV'K BKOMO QUI NUOIt. Look lor.l"n>lur01 optimistic. Citrus crops are improv- and promise something worth flapper. There
e, a. W.GkUV It. Cum cola In Our Her. icpjouiib < you are no economically Independent .
mil headache. and w;J'kotf <:0.<1. :3>n ing wonderfully. while in return. women. All women owe ------ ----==-==- '- --I
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"y iQCilht! [ ; IIItI: I after 7 ,i dock. The recent rains had lly trouble and decided to end! it all. I{+ Few of our eitiieiiB attended the A gout. Dut It was not, either by: its

News of Florida in Short filled the pit and the! tad, who was When the shot, wax filed\ ho was in the monument unveiling of Clayton, ( tjcarhoroUKh : advocates, or liy member of congress I

Paragtaphs I snuill for his age, went under. The yard IIf his home. Hi' was found the at EUcyft: Chapel Sunday nf- hence the tumbled mess lit Washing .1
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'P. .,..... three smaller boys with him were unable next duon I the front porch by )' 'JIll'Y t emoon.I .t III n and the impatience, of the people, :

Live I to go to his rescue. I Dowlinii who went to the home ul'uv Ed muck: of 1'rovKiunce, was hereon (lie course of the senate delaying leg'ixlution I

State News I I receiving a telephone l cull Hint a man I business Friday.Mr. that is Important to buiineil t

1! h hl shot himself. ISly wan in>a weakened mid Industry.-Ex. .
Florida lake and Airs. Math visited
Yd YNM'l1Y\-MY"WrNI\l-IIWII\Ally\uUBYn..MYNLLdieyiVdYIW\.ppyp streams arc rap- j I Douglass -
r p condition but was carried to Mac- S SL
Told by Our I idly being depleted of fish by seining/ i the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S
Exchanges. denny and given medical I attention. Summer of 1I" l'UnLlC.Iml'TJ :'/" SS
i dynamiting/ shouting. Unless ado- Providence Sunday. <

.,..."......"."mmmmmmmmmmrnmm.rlmm."nI'.n.. ____ _n.. ________ I Iquato )laws are passed backed by public Ha stated to the officers that ho wan B. E. Drown motored to Worthington t
-.I.iWIllw.w.lilUUlaww! U1mmCl hu mndu a bad job of his attempted
sentiment, Florida! will soon cease Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Woodruff! of Michigan Republican -
,ilip HesliiiKton/ 1 ll! of Miami, was as Oil Company suicide and thiit ho htul no
the 1
wan! defendant.! to be the sportsman's paradise. One I Misses Ruby and Pearl! Greene and congressman: printed In the Con- .
in death 'by 11 boy friends while This desire to live.
1 with 22-calihrc ntle.i was the second time that this eelebrated ]'I I thing that would help would be to Tom Markey and \Dave Greene, of I'TC'lIlIloillll Record of May 15 a lettfr'I"
nn I case has been tried in the federal !- make it a felony to olFer for sale or Bnmkcr, attended the wedding at the from Captain II. L. Sraife. :Mr. Woodrult' I

court in that city. ship out of tho state any fresh water While on the sponging grounds oT( homo of Mr. and) Mrs. T. H. Waters explained that Captain Scaife
'i 7.-acro:! tomato( field near Wa- I I Big llnhi Hondia Key, the crew of the
fish, including catfish for while Florl- Wednesday Afternoon. Will engaged\ by the deportment of
d hah already produced and! ship- Because of the recent dry spoil the I dians do not eat catfish thousands! of sponging ploop Echo of Key West, Misses Carrie Hello Brown and Pearl jUHlliy" ) to investigate aircraft frauds,

thirty-five cars and there will be marshes along\ the north shore of scale fish are destroyed In seining for sighted! a dark object flouting around Crawford lira attending the normal at ]but resigned "h"1he found himself ,
ip.s) twenty more cars before the Luke Apopka havu become absolutelyvoid I catfish. in the water about a mile and a hAlf Lake Butler. constantly Mocked by men In tho do- :I

''v is exhausted. I of moisture. Recently these tliKt lnt. Thinking/ that thi object Woe T. It. Hlmos made a business tripto imrtment. Sc-ulfo's letter Woodruff i

I marshes, which arc nothing more than I Tho Gulf Refining Company has u boat turned) bottom side up, they set ininesvillo recently. explains' ut length how, just lifter an

,i 'M- Worth residents believe in thai pent, wore fired and as u (consequence I signed a contract with Punta Gordu sail! fOil it and upon un-mil) there din- Leruy Mitolle: 1 of Lake Butler, vlsited interview with Dnuitherty he met Fel-

"i .\ ; tho fruit that eventually will hundreds of acres of land is being lit. j! the rebuilding of the town dock which covered! a whale which hmi been loud |., friends here Saturday night. rlor, and Feldor told him he hud just'

i" .' the most revenue and, a numi I orally burned. was wasted away by the high tide of for Bonus time: Tho odor from the I :\11'''. George Wainwright, of \Va-I MP'I n Dauuhcrty, and that D.iuffherty

i t' Luke Worth men are preparing I October 25, and! the work of reconstruction dead fish was so strong that itVII!! teroak, in visiting Cneiuls and relatives wanted In nee Scnifr. Folder! then of-

1 mi many acres to this fruit atlars Stills are go.ltlnl.f"W"I'\ but larger\ wit Ibegin at soon as possi- impossible to stay in the vicinity fur t hero this week. I forvd, Smite employment 'to defend thertosch

say prohibition agents who\ lestroyed I Ia ble. The dock is to be thirteen hundred n period of five minutes! l ICU-ven: large Albert Miller. who has bl'en'attend Company, and went from that '
; 'f'
double run outfit near Valrico, about feet fuel sharks were counted around the car- 'nuetiiiir." to upend tho
I17, long! ten wide, with two ing !school at Oxford, (111.! has returned / night with Mr. '
i : forced a window in the 1 j; miles southeast of Titmpn, which turn outs each thirty by kfty feet. For t-uas in addition to hundreds of little to spend Ills vacation with his DnuKhorly at the Wardmun fork: Inn.
Hi..'c at Miami Bench, squeezed !j had a capacity of r>7.:; gallons. Everything : j doing this work the company is to sucking halt\ which were all over the ents. par- The next day Smite received a letter

ck off the safu with a mysterious j I wno: on a large scale, oven the have the free use! of the dock for 20 large body. Thu whale measured approximately frviil Folder retaining him us counselIn I "

"ideal device and (got away with I glass jars for the liquor being\ ton- | yours, nt the end of which period it l sixty feet, in length and, the case. It Is well: to bear in mind y
,"i' m cash and stamps two regis- gallon\ capacity, instead! of the usual I I will become the property of the town. approximately thirty feet In circumference. TIIU BONUS): / that the attorney general, whose duty I ""'-

letters, money order forms, etc. I 'five gallons. I It l III to represent the people, In }proaeculimr -

i i John Parker, Jr., charged with filling Thu house passed the soldiers': bonus '' the !lloHch people, advised the
'i: Barber Fortin Company, of Probably the largest\ green turtle to his father full of bled shot and I For a boy to have hm hand frozen I to the senate and! the seriate has!! ftosch attorney to hire away from the ,

vine, received the contract for I he brought/ to Pablo in several years I also with pumping two or threo loadsof in Orlando Friday afternoon appears tried unsuccessfully to pass!! it to the l:, government Its chief witness against i

: mi-surfacing of Marion county'sif was brought in Tuesday afternoon shot into James Sanford, near incredible>, but that is what happenedto t president. Now the senate is trying' Die !HoHcli oouipnny.' Tho
j, road No. 2, from Bullcview to I and placed on the scales, weighing over -1 Brandon, net fire to the elder Parker's I Jimmie HuK'e: a ncwnie. While tho to find l Home way to puss It to the people \ / arises, what chance\ : have the '

1 ake county line. The work for I 100 pounds. The fishermen also 1 house. Deputies are seeking young youth, ten yearn of ago/ wa waiting but (he primary elections in Illinois people to stop or prevent framU Jr'. 'j

' +ixtecn miles of road will cost brought the first turtle eggs of the 1: Parker on two charges of shooting to to reeeivo his evening papers! a negro Pennsylvania and Oregon/ holdout against their treasury so long ait It '

$103,000.:\ season to Pablo.) They were fortunate murder and one of arson. Neighbors named Jiunea Uuinyard, cane upon n (liK'nJl'lIl'inl.prosl\ >..ct of HUCcess. weak president puts such men nsDiiuRherly t

In finding several nests of eggs, one j i reported to the sheriff that Parker tho scene, pushing/ an ice cream fi'cez- Senators' do not want to run a at tho head of the depart I

>chases of oil leases on 80,000of : containing. nearly 150 eggs .(I went to his father's house Into Saturday er. Hu stopped the cart and node n greater i political rink than they; actually : mont of justice, whoso chief function S

land in Glades county were I I II night, set fire to the house and wager with the youngster !that ha I have to. I is to prosecute the looters of publlfcfuiujH t

ed last week, the consideration !I The commissioners of St. Augustine''''I ran. ('oultInot hold his hand In the ice for Senators and representatives' who ,:, ?!Hnuli-ntown Journiil.KI.SINC ;' t

nil $250,000.: Of this land 30,000( Have notified officials of the St. Johns'I two minutes. If he succeeded, ho was are committed, to the bonus are now '

l went to the Atlantic Gulf Oil Electric Co., to reduce the street carfare :[I A Salvation Army band win tuningup to ho rewarded with an lee cream cone tulkimy or deferring, notion until nfler I "

"i.f Fort Worth, Texas and 50, to five cents. During the war the < for tho night's\ work when four Tho boy tried and succeeded, but when the fall elections. As they ara ; ----- s

",-reM to the Star State Oil Co., of company was granted a six cent fare white robed persons' entered the hull he pitted, hm bund! out to reach for committed there is difficulty in seelm; Rising! June !9.-' -Mrs. A. f.. Ja k"t
,II. until six months after the termination'''and; approached" the leader.! Tho lut- his reward, ho. discovered he wu In how they would th"I'I'byoCnln/ politically. son and children, Missori Olive, Joel

of the war. The time limit is now up ter's face took on an ashen pallor as great pain and his linnd, begun:: to Members of the house are already and Kdilh: relumed to their homo in

\ illiam Meier, 38: u contractor of and the city authorities want the reduced i one of the hooded forms handed him swell. He was taken to a'a .-by vote--on r"l'orlns for or against Jacksonville Monday, after a few day

Iem Turner road section, Jackson-) rate to be in force again. '|'i an envelope. Trembling, he watchedthe office where bin hand was drlsl".IIII1/1 n bonun and in the full elections would visitvilh relatives and friends,

i is held in the county jail, ac- quartet go as silently as they had it was stated! that tho injury may bo be on unequal footing with senators There) is (|iiito a hit of sickness in e
fi of murder in connection with Mrs. Genie La Fontisee Kincuid died come.i The door cloned behind them, serious tu the boy. who have not yet voted. Ik-xiilcs iloforrinir our section at this time.

loath of Jack Moore, 12, who was I At her home at Newberry Wednesday 1 but hu still seemed unablo to move. tho matter might place ollicers .

.,st instantly killed Tuesday af- 'I as the result of injuries received the Another member of the band, who had! fire Friday severely damaged tho of the legion advocating: bonus on Er

''on when run over by an automo- day before when he clothing caught i regained! his own composure, took the principal siib-Htatlon of the .l.tckxnn- trial before thu people, soinclhirijc

a -aid to have been driven by :Mel- fire while she was drying her hair in ,envelope from his hand and opened It: ville power system and disrupted the they might desire to avoid. 1886
front of an open fireplace. Two chil- ]It contained a check for $100, signedby downtown section'H electric Indllllt ry. The trouble with the whole bonus i1 yy

dren were present and they summoned 1 the Ku Klux Klan, an.11I note said! The downtown section wax: thrown Into business! is .Unit from beginning/ it

' IP cutter Penrose fired- one solid aid but the shock and, painful in- it I was to help along. the good\ work of darkness! II 1).ll1t ono o'clock it was, has boon handled as a political question -

after another across [tote" bows of juries received culminated in her |the army not believed tho power could'" be recovered rather than in! equity .rind justice. DAVISINSURANCE
death. If the bonus hud been considered
for Several hours. The lire, started -
Known speed boat in a rare in tho i I
near Pcnsacola Tuesday morning Engineer/ William Landry was kill- upontam-oiiBly from a'bhurt circuit solely and absolutely! its merits -

!1'1. )launch, supposed to be loaded! !!) Frank Lego, of Chicago, 45: was ,ed Instantly and his negro fireman received iir' one of the major lenders,) at the there would be no need of hunting
caught in a flywheel at the plant of several I ,
''i liquors from Cuba made her cuts and bruises whena plant. The station Is located at First
< < due to the fact that, t ho made es- the Bayou Fish Company at Valpa-i logging train owned by the liurtonSwurtz and Alain 8tl'l,.;h and in addition( to bolds ::.irst, > unp mul >.-"..utn,.,"
> raise and hurled to the floor, meeting ; Cypress Company, was wrecked .serving the downtown section serves LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE TiMi knots to
the .
one by Penrose. instant death. Lego was alone at the miles south ). TIt r.. IB only one "l-"inOuiun. .. ".
seven of Perry. The a large portion of tho residential sec '
l C. W. GROVE'S ol.>>.'.,"< nn IK..c. 3Uu. STARKE
. ,turday while the steam roller us- time, but the indications were he had wreck was caused by a sink in the tion. Workmen ut the plant ,said| ( Inflames ---.- --- -.- --.-- .
tried to switch a bolt with a stick and track of about thirty feet In length. burst without
n street paving operations at Plant} out any warningand ___. __ ___....L'tnDrQ'O'lluIlU'IIIIIIIIIWclIUWjlIi.-.__
the great wheel had caught and hurl- When they saw tho sink about 100 ) immediately the interior of the
and \ ( ) .
was puffing the l.IIIJQIk'
pulling at + t
ed. him to Kit death. He had arrived yards away, it was too late to stop plant was enveloped. The equipment, '
'section of
Reynolds and Palmers COFFINS & CASKETS
but a week%go and was night engi-i the train. The fireman called to him of the plant III valued ut IIPIOI''xinult'-| | A Tonic t
sparks ignited one of the new
of nuer at the plant. to jump us he darted out his side of ly $75,000 and in believed to have been And a Full I.ln of
nings the Lee building and be-
the cab, but Mr. Landry remained at severely, damaged! by ,Hie and water. Undertaliera' Supplies. i
assistance could be had, two were The Standard Oil Company has let the throttle and was killed. An Atlantic Telegraph companies had (I"< reHort. to For Women"I

-oycd. contract for the erection of a handsome Coast Line passenger train had emergency batteries, while' street I ear ''I AUTOMOBILE' IIKAUSRA

building; costing approximately passed over the place only three hours Service wan at u sUml.Hlill. ICestaU' (warn on han.'. 'I'he lu'nt errl -
10 first carload of onions to be $100,000, on its property at 750 Elver- j before. rants, hotels und other plaits had to was hardly able" to drag, I l *ic. a( llic lowest priced. jHpwclal : > J JI
,'ped from Suwannee county was I was so weakened, writes Mrs.
side Jacksonville. The new llrnliun W telegraph or-
avenue, I
cease operations because of
''inped from McAlpIn to the State structure will be exclusively as office Sheriff Lyle and Deputy Sheriff facilitie.1. : no light.lag W. P. Ray, of Fasley, S. C. I i : ...... It"atd'r..t Embnlmrr.DeWTT .
\ Bureau last week by the "The doctor treated me forabout a .
of the Florida division .
I I11l'keting headquarters O'C'ain of Live Oak, shot and killed -- -
iwannec Truckers Association. The two mouths, still I didn't gel JONISS
and is necessary because of the gen- Charlie Hawkins! a negro, who was Al I Lr4Elt family $ C.
better I had
a large
>ns were of the yellow Bermuda any
l eral expansion of the company's business living on a place that belonged. to Col. and felt 1 surely must do. STAKKK, tjLA IIl
'ty and and matured) to
'tion..nke. grew per- r in this state.A Roberson of that city. The negro had Miller, Juno U.) -J. I... Drown wits something to enable me to tak" .''Lc:>(tJXIJI': .. ., \. .r :. tIDRN7tToat! ) 1
been living on the place contrary to transacting business in )Huiford( and care of my little ones. I had -. --
,. negro laborer, suffering from erysipelas law. He had been notified to move, Manning Thuraday.Mrs. heard of
county has one of the best I, in tho feet so badly that ho but had sent word into the sheriff that 11. C. I'c't-plcs is confined to ASPIRINName

oublicity men in the state, Willis R | could not walk, was found lying by ho intended to kill him when he come her bed with fever. Her friends wish --

'Powell, secretary of the county chnmer the road near the Crystal Springs garage for him, was carrying a pistol and attempted her a speedy recovery.,
> of commerce. Mr. Powell says He stated that he had, CARDUIThe "Bayer" on Genuine
Tuesday. to draw same when he was Jesse Dowling, of Lake (Duller, candidate -
That every new settler bringing his been[ working on the chain gang in De- Stopped by shots from the sheriff's for county judge, was greeting I ,

family to a community, whether he :Situ county\ but when ho became unfit! rifle and the deputy's pistol. The negro friends in this community last wc-ek. Yr

buys property or rents his home, is for work was turned loose without was an all-around bad man and Mr. and Mrs.V.. li. Fell II"It', of Win- 1 5Ft's
worth $2,500 to the community.The I Woman's/ Tonic
I and was trying to get back to ter the Intter's
money had been a terror to the neighborhoodin Turk are visiting parents .
I his former home in Hcrnando county. which he lived. :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. rccplev. A r rt ? tqtl
United States court in session "
Several of the younger nut attended i "I decided to try it, continues
ni Pensacola awarded the sum of of fruits and vegetablesare Mrs. Hay: "I 1 took
> Shipments By leaning over and pulling the the party at the homu of Mr. and Mrs.
.155,678.40 to the I'ensucolu Maritime bringing. into the state new wealthat trigger of a double barreled shotgun U. I... Uuko of Five Mile, Friday eve- + eight bottles in all I regained

Company in the case therein, the Tex-. the rate of $S,000( an hour, $200,000 last Thursday at his homo near Uax nlnjf. nty strength and have

CALOMEL SALIVATES per day or $0,000,000 a month, J. C. ter, Oliver DIy, 21, plowed a deep and N. H. Stokes was a business visitor had no more trouble with womanly

AND LOOSENS: TEETH Chase commission merchant, told the painful gash in his left temple, which to Kaiford Thursday. children weakness.and am: able I have to do ten all K members of the Jacksonville Rotary came near ending hill life. DIy, it is Carl Brown 'visited friends in Ala- and "JUyor", on (>u<'Jcag or on tablets you
The Very Net Dose of This Treacherous Club. At the time his address was stated was despondent over some fum- chua county Sunday afternoon. my housework a lot out- are not getting genuine Aspirin prwrrltxxi
doors I call sure t:com- by
Drug May Start Trouble given shipments were being made at Mr. and Mrs. Olson Thomus attended and physicians for twiinty-on
mend Cardul. year proved wife by million. Take
the average rate of 6,390 cars per church at Midway Sunday. Aspirin only an told' in the lluyer, packag,
You know what calomel is. It's month or at the rate of one car every Miss Blanche Roberta, of Lake Butler Take Cardul today. It may for CoMn, llivulurlie Neuralgia, KhwinuitUni 't "'

mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan- seven minutes. i A TWICE-TOLD TALE spent thu week-end with Miss Carrie be Just what you need. for Karnrho: To"thiu-h ", Liuuhngn ail

sreroirt. It crashes in sour bile like Belle Drown. At all druggists. TXblot: Vain of Handy Anpirln tin nest taxes fw of ants twelve 1)nyt Mayer- .-

dynamite, cramping and sickeningyou. The month of :May saw more phosphate Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of tip fiwto ..I.l .o HI! .larger park.K.w:* Aopinn
from Tampa than during Good news bears repputlng ana lit the trine murk of Bayer Mitnufautur I
Calomel attacks the bones and shipped : Providence visited relatives here on
the of when It la confirmed after a long of MuniMcrticiUiidecter) of SaltryhuaafiL
since beginning
should never be put into your sys any lapse of time, even If we hesitated to
tem. the world war. A total of 123,822 tons '>: believe it at first hPI4I'10WI! feel se. A very beautiful home wedding was -

U' were shipped by water. Of this 72,- cure In urcef! ting Its truth now. The solemnized: at the home of Mr. and You will make rni3tukelI
you feel bilious, headachy, constipated a
498 tons went coastwise and, the bal' following experience of a Starke man Mrs. T. II. Waters Wednesday afternoon Big Reduction In Prices order ferlfil yI',
and all knocked out, just go : you your ,
ance to foreign countries. The larg- | is confirmed after many years. when their daughter, Frances,
to and bottle of zer without getting our new price' lists!! just issued. Plenty
your druggist get a est single cargo was of 9,000! tons, taken Hansford: Austin farmer gave the was united In marriage to Julius 1'ur-
Dodaon's for few cents of Materials nhipment. Order now. }Fertilizer, Insecticides -
Liver Tone a prompt
Niceto April 12 :
on by the British steamship following statement nab, Kev. Bob Dukes performing the a
which U a harmless veetable substitute de Larranga, which sailed for Cop- "It has been some time since I used ceremony. The brido is a very popu- Sprayers, Poultry Suppliex.
for dangerous calomel. Take a but this remedy FERTILIZER CO.
Doan'a KJdney 1'ilU E. O. PAINTER
I last month.
early lar of this while
enhagen young lady section,
apoonful and if it doesn't start your
I. helped me when I wan having trouble JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet
liver and straighten you up better and i with my back. IJoan's cured me the groom in the son of Mr. and Mrs.
quicker than nasty calomel and with- Alfred Pellet, the 13-year old son I!, of the complaint. Others or the fam R. F;. Parrish of }'iveIile!\ and a NEW March 1922. reduced price 'Jut. before buying. 4 ,:

out making you sick, just go back and of Oscar Pellet, was drowned while 1'I)f lly have also used them with good re well-to-do farmer of that community. --

Ret your money. bathing with three other young boys I| I.." Their many friends wish them a IonIC, -
Don't take calomel) It makes you in the old rock pit on Orange avenue, On March 21. 1922 Mr. Austin said: happy and prosperous life. They will

sick the next day; Joses you a day's Daytona, Thursday morning shortly "I repeat all I ever Raid praising make their home at Five Mile. GENERALINSURANGEHcRCLD
work. Dodaon's Liver Tone straightens I Uoan' Kidney Pills. They cured IDe Earle Peeples and Walter Knight

you right; up and you feel great. Habitual constipation CuredIn I of lame back and kidney disorder( of Gainesville the week-end WALL
No salts necessary. Give It to the 14 to 21 Days and I always have a good word for
children is harmless ... with relatives in this community.
because it perfectly -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" to a ap salty them.
and cannot salivate.-Adr-69. ptfpltred! SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Ive for HbituaConstipation. Price floe, at all lea'erit'! Don't Chan. II. Register, of Lake Butler, STARKE FLORIDA
: It relieves promptly but lImply auk for it kidney rcm" ly-net candidate for representative, was hereon ,

To Cure a Cold in One DayT nhouUJ be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days and Doan'd Kidney Pills--the same that business last week. FIRE. LIFE BONDS UTCIv.CBILE
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: (T.bleU"j|' to induce regular Very acuon.Pleasant It to Ta) *. 80t Mr, Austin! had. Foster-Mllbua Co., Seeber Stokes made a business trip
atnta the touch anil Hrartaeha and work. "H this Regulates./ Mfri.. DwI ae. F:.W.I.oROVia.IIDAtUZO:: on sacb I bus. :*"" per bottle.




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FRIJA Y. JUNE 9. 19.J.:

; MRS MAR: MAY creditors, IcuaUcl, distributee. and hi/
I suggeattothe new postmaster gene-f :Mrs.: Wm. C. Powell left Thursday --.- -.- I H n MAY law and all partiis having claim uiI I :.
1 iuick to make the afternoon I II I W HINSONU aualnnt said ealate will uniaent them '
a way up short-I for Pablo Beach, where she Something to Wonder About. E: MOOKbRW undersltrncd duly: authenticated wit),
age, it would be that he will spend two week/' with Mrs. D. E.I It WitS PhyMIn', flr..t'i lt to the |I W PACh1IAMT lime proacrlbrd barred.I by law or the samiforever .
; j postal rate on the wagon load. of pub Clark. "W'hulIre' you thinking B TRI E'I'TTBRYAt .
country. ; >nl..d this the 2Gth clay of May. i\\ i
licity junk sent daily through the I about??" linked! IHT grandma. "I'se M S HOEIIt'CK FLORENCE E I6\V I

mails to the desk of every editor. The I wondering, ," BIHUMTI1 Phyllis "rbere I i M KIIK lULL OWSLEY_ 6.9.41-8.30 A. Z.Attorney ADKINS.far Estate. Adinni

ofTei't: would be good In two ways. It SUICIDAL :MANIA: OF EX-SOL- I the cow kel'p111 "> bottles." I I SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION a
would prove to the editors that the DIERS ()APPALLING: I j -- I I We. the unilvraiidUHl imtrtina and Ujpayera
government was onto its job and it '!'of Hampton dwtrict hereby tlwtlon petition for the your purpose hon., --'. ,
Cans. j ornble "body to call an
would relieve editors and janitors of Average of Nation I is Two Daily: Legion To rravldu Improved sxibHtltute Ite-Cream for the not 1 of con dlntrieln.oll.latlnu. Ihe llamptc.n IWIHSKB) and Bihool,Thertautrtand to bo.chooln tranB. r = "

handling so much waste basket material. Will Aid in Helping Vets elwaja tmultary IC8-(.i"eum cone an ln ported to Hampton.Harm to 'The approprlalo'board of. public I>5.JO per Inutruetlon ::

UnleHU something of this sort vector has puteutcd u device that cat I month towaruH trcnsiortatiufl.: :: Tlio school"

j is done a bill [in congress for the Relief ] a core from aIn aalll\ and replaces U lionrd agrees that ,no child nhall be the driver .'
y The worst casualties suffered by of the transporting
of Over-junked Editors may soon with Ice (.riin..FxcZiztnge. : CaKEEJo;
4 American soldiers during the world H .r PEARCE
be necessary.-Cupper's Weekly.ST. T M HAGAN '
::1 war are just beginning to show themselves. L H fcNBAUCH
w By contrast troops wounded P II HUNTW 25 !
Lines to Ba Remembered.
\ 1 on the battlefields are lucky compared Today/ Is your u In.\' ,ml mine ; the H 'SAXON:

4 with the greatly increased casualties only tiny \e hate ; ili, (lay lu \\hlcb C V E H HARPERJ WHE1I.ER:

Trinity Sunday. of today\ according to C. E. Harris .- we pliiy our part. \Vli.u: ,i our part nmy K HOUSEK!:
Service dt 11 1 H. m. I an official of the American signify lii the grout hole we may .1 O F HAYNES JOHNSON::

On this day we commemorate the ion's national Le-I understand. ; Inii \> f tire hero to W B PARKSc Want Adwill I
headquarters at
w m u. :'r
I :: three persons in the Godhead, "God I nupolis in charge of ex-soldier claims pluy It, und now H our lltne. This we L O JOHNS I'
I the Father, who made me and all the know : It Is a lairt vt IIcllOlI. not of J B AI.FXANDER

world God the Son who hath redeemed against the government. I dining.. It l 114 ti I I>iirt of love, not J NV V B JONES ALEXANDER

I me and( all mankind, and God the I There is an average of two ex-sol cynicism it Is for us to "'"I"'I'MI4" love ADA F E HENRY NIMMO l, sell
dier suicides a day, Mr. Harris declares in terms of hunmu helpfulness. Tills! MRS C M HENRYA I a
Holy Spirit who sanctifleth me an,1all
k following of we know, for xviImve lenrm-d from A FUTCHA
a study reports.
the people of God." Like the InCarnation A Dl'RDEN!: I
ir These men, !Mr. Harris finds, almost sad fxiiorleiiee tluit lilly "tlier courseof B JOHNS !, I Ii
kIf! ; and other doctrines it is n without life li'uds tU\\ ..r'l tlt'cuj und \\uste.: K B WATTERSON
I (exception were in the battle W Al.LC.OOlJ, |
mystery. We do not attempt to fathom

It ) David Slurr Jordnu.'
lines of France. These soldiers, the Horse j
it but have
we scripture warrantfor J W WATTEHSON
Legion official contends, were discharged NOTICE TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS H H HALL
it. Our Lord said, "And I will Sealed proposals for buildinie, a bridue over w L nu<.o I Ii
'' the Father and He shall by army doctors as normal. the Santa Fe river on the LaCroasr-llrooker D W SWINOEL 6-0-4t-6-30) .
pray give Since the however these road will be received by representatives of i
war, men,
you another comforter, that He the Board of Bond Trustees of Special: Hoad NOTICE:
: may ___
abide with you forever." At Ills baptism struggling for a living, have under- and Bridge, nnd District the Hoard No.of 1. TOni Alachua Tru Counlv.Hurlrla U.... ofUradford Notice In .hereby. irlvi.n to all iMirMona IIIUM. or a
mental reBel in the y.tste of Will'am! C Powell Into i
gone anguish that their war- County. Florida at the bridire cite
it the Father who and of Bradford County Florida, deceased. that
I ::1111 spoke racked could until R::\\0 p. moo Tuesday, the 27th day of
nerves not withstand. I. Florence E. Powell. KUHrillnn of MarthaFIortnce
the Holy Spirit descended in a visible J .ne. A. 1 D. 1022. ,..11turnl.h\ the material I l-owrll and William' C Powell .Jr..
ii: form. Most Christians are Trinitarians There are two ways In which the I The* delivered bond trustee lit the bridge site The contractor |I will on July 10, II'-\ ::. at 111 o'clock In the

and but few are Unitarians. Dogma Legion hopes to minister to these i| ]and will enuipment be roiiulnd necimnry to lurnlHh to build all said labor brldne.tnols I I morninir County Juilue apply of to Bradford tilt' Hun County R A. Florida.Green I $$1000 Car i

be form mental eases and to prevent their Increase 1'lana and speclrtrHi-iona. may be seen at the i iofTIre I at the courttiotue. In Starkr. for nn order to
n it be
may mere
or >
[ may of Hoard of Bond Triuitees of Uradford i Bi'll nt private or .u .rthI.j-I nil thy rlyht.title ,
the foundation upon which we base\ Mr. Harris points out. The County Starko KloritlH. or at the ciiricn' of tho and interest n? ; n Powellnnd
bill law Dintrirt, r.nvlmvr: Kiiom H, Hiilrd Huildlnu. i I Willlnm C. Powell. Jr, minor heir of
/ now provides 217-
our belief and a help for our spiritual Gainesville, Florida. the aald William C. Powell deceoaed. In nnd
life. I 000,000 for the construction of new The aucrwuful bidder will be required, to t to the following named real e..tnt>. aituuted In { '
S I furnish a bond In the amount of one-half of Starke Ilrudford! County I loriila. to-wit: or a
I hospitals. The larger portion of this the contract price. All of Loti Nine and' Ten anti the SouthI
<:; Is to be in The riirht In. reserved: to reject any or allhi. I tort of Lot Woven nnd Lot Kiirht: except di
THEY F.YOiED CLARK I money spent creating facilities ''.". ,. the north three and threo-uuarler f....t. all In ,i
,: for treating tho neuropsychiatrics W R. TIIO\T: AS. Wock "A" of N. J. Jones addition to lllil ;
Chairman.) S. R. & 13. Dlotrict No.1. Alachua I City of Stark ,
) ;: : I mental patients. The Leg- county, Florida. FLORENCE E POWELL, '
The Telegraph received, Tuesday, n ton is also n S. M VTTIIEWS.Chinrniiin. .uardlan of Martha Florence Powell and William $$10,000
postal card signed by "Two Widow preparing to petition congress BimrJ of Uund .'..l'r.......... Uradford. C. Powell. :
I to liberalize the present Sweet (Count' Mnrliln -l! .:it-fl-ji.; A Z. AUKINS, : i :
Lady Gardeners," bearing the followIng bill. This bill now makes it impossible NOTICE OP ELECTION -Attorney for Ciiftrdiitn., 6-l6t-7-7!

j; verse: for an ex-noldier: to obtain Hy the power vented In them the Hoard of ,
government Public Instruction of Bradford County. Hor- ,
"We went to (the polls, treatment for war "jlrieM'whkh Mil herrhy calls an election. purouant to Sertlon NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CII LItTERMotley
L ) show 2. Chanter; lOIS Act i of JU17/ for the i i is hereby txiven that the untlerclgn.txi F FarM
Though the clouds dark more than two
were I up years TiuriKwe of connolidnttnii hampton and Theiinuia and our n#.ocilteil! will on July ii. A D.
And cast our ballot after discharge from service. The upecliil tax dial rids tie they are nowmppd 1022. apply to the Ilunurnlili A. V Iony..Iuit. ,
r nnd dmixnuted on the county record I ... of the Circuit Court ",if Rradforil. ('olin.I .
For old Frank Clark. I Legion contends that it might easilybe *, to elect three lrn.w<.. .and determine the I H'. Morlda. at hiM ,,'TI.. In tho City of Palatka I. .. ..\1. >
nmoim, tof mlllaiie to be aK e i>ed. Said electionto Putnam Florida I o'clock In thonfterniHin.
; i County at
May he be elected five after discharge before
years .
Ifo held Saturday July 1. W2./ I or os soon thereafter' as we can ': :
And his record stand, injurious physical and mental effectsof Thi-reaxa For:: the district nurnoMO the fif followinit holding\ .flaid manation election' cry In I be heard. for an ordi incurporutinrt UK and _ _
tumoclates into body
our a corporate fo be
I For we'll never go buck his. service would appear. nppoinled: I Bennett, Inapector t and H I) May-, The object of said Aimociation la to createa I. ,;
On our old seed-y man." Resources Inadequate For the Ji..rlet: cif luildinir said election: "IUunp" In fund for the burial of the ,ilead cam fur the ;
as At this writing it is not fully known Mr. Harris further charges that the I thy. following mnnaKem are I sick, poor a'ndet' needy members of the said Association n
appointed: B E. hell C. K Harper. A. M. : the betterment of iu mem "
r if Frank Clark I ,'illiaim. InHpcctora M. I- Walt<-nion. Clerk. "
was elected. But if ho ; beta. What is )
United States Veterans Bureau ,1t
in H. 1$. WIGGINS. more economical $
The proposed corporation I shall not be for I
I Is I
not, our lady gardeners should be charge of the treatment and rehabili- I d.lMtfl-ao\ Secretary.PETITION I profit but it may receive and administer property c'

:' :! consoled./ In former days "Bob" Davis I tation of the World War's disabled, is FOB SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION the for corporation.The the eHtabliahmvnt. nnd maintenanceof } and profit- i ;;

while electioneering. was often in error concerning the gravity of the I We. the unikTniunixl. patrona and taxpayer proposed charter I is now on flit in tho :
I otfiee rf the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
found ho"inIn of ThereaBa dlntrirt. hereby petition your
1' the .gardens of tho neuro-psychlatric sufferers. A recent orahlu Ixtdy to call nn election for the, purpose llrndford County. lorldn. able than a want j"
: farmers, so he may he counted on to of coniiollilutinir tlampton antI. Theretna achoolianil .IAS. (CLARK
I Veterans
Bureau shows that .
report' di.tnct>. The 'I' school to be tran. I. BARNES.
do what he can for gardeners. And the bureau's total capacity for treatment ported -U 1Iam"l<1n. The board of public in..LrueUon H. C. SHERMAN.. ad in this ? i
I paper
I itKreea to appropriate 155.00 per W. M. Al nitllX.K.H ,
as long as congress! exists there will I of neuro-psychiatric cases is 6- month toward traniiiortation., The school H. MITCHELL c I" };,
always be free seeds. "Our Bob" is i board ainii that no clilld hall be the driver KATE JOHNSON What have
099! bods.
Mr. Harris he has .
| says re- of the tral-portmiy car. ELLA PARKER.fl.2dt0.23 r you :!
well known as a ladies' man, and if | ports from Legion representatives in e A YOUNGBLOOD ,
S t elel.ted1e/ will not only send frt'esel.rlil |I, each of the bureau's, regional districts (MRS I BENNETT.C A YOUNOBLOODM NOTICE,; --- .' to sell? i tk1
Notice I 1s hereby iciven that the undumlffnedhas
( but also wide-brimmed straw C L O1LI.YARD :
to show that in four of the II I D J PHILLIPSM been appointed administratrix of the E- :ct.1rJtj"c"'m
S'I( hats, trowels, fingerless gloves and districts alone there 21J> 0(5( J CIREENC tat. of W.llinm C. Powell deceased. late of gcecau1q. '
sunburn lotion. are > mental M HUMTHREY Ktarke. Bradford County Florida. and all ='(lIUICDU=CDmCI""" "'<>nllJJq! I:
cases on record. These four districts H"
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Include West Virginia/ District t

FIVE MILK of Columbia, Virginia Tennessee, ,

North Carolina, South Carolina, FlorIda I ?' .1:,
Five Mile, Juno 9.-Eddie Fralick, Maryland, Georgia, Nebraska, t I 4 A

S of Providence, S. K. Stokes and Milord Iowa, Kansas, 1Ilssol1rlVashlngton, I it

Purrish' of Miller, John Hanna Oregon, and Idaho. Of the number ?"hen look at a / ,
and Gordon Herndon, of Lake Butler, 2,119 are bring treated In government you

: lesmond) Dukes, of Dukes, visited hospitals and 996 in contract institutions. '
friends' here Friday. .

Claude Dowling, of Luke Butler, I The Veterans Bureau repot ts but 3Ox3y2JSCQ /

was the week-end guest of his cousin, 4,628 service men in the entire United

Dana Duke. States undergoing treatment for mental -
Oren and Kirko Dekle spent Sunday disorder 'in government institutions. 'at5iC.9O /

I with Dell and Van Dukes. I, %

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simpson celebrated -: ;
; The
Legion' is asking the
|I' co-opera-
\ their fortieth anniversary Sun 'tion of the public in its efforts properly "fr"j7.1: ,?UR l tire dealernaturally USCO h:19. always soU I'is
day, June 4th ) ; as a quality tire f known
by spending the day to protect post-bellum shellshockcases. } # c> /
with !Mr. antI Mrs. R. L. Davis. Mrs. Mr. Harris says that friends vr 1i"''<::'I enthusiastic standards and er/orm- 7

; Davis, lifelong!' friend of Mrs. Simpson 'and relatives should be, quick to report ltr.-' CUI
I was a guest at the wedding forty r \outhe30x3'2USCO '
( an ex-soldier who shows signs of Today at $10.90 it f 4

<' $ years ngo. ((mental disorder and to induce him to :: at $10.90. fixes! the worth of /

.; J. M- Dukes and O. A. Drawdy visIted submit to an examination and treat- I pr To him USCO ha: always : yuur ilro dollar at /
; in ,
f, I L. G.Worthington Johnson and Sunday P. P. Dekle met ment. I II II Ir' represented l. a new maximumby / \

( with the county boardMonday In the value that he felt Inure reason of its / J 0 X J" "

S interests nf I \Iile'school.! than justified in offering: own distinguished i 25r

Dewey Duke visited In Miller Sun his customers. \

: day.Mrs. At the $10.90 price he'ahtcs..

Addie Blume and Miss Mao t; can hardly be blamed for U

Duke were guests of Mrs. Lillian Dekle putting it to the front as CO

and :Miss: Norma Dekle Sunday. I I the value he would most
Jfiswii. Josephine anti Winnie Illume
like to be remembered by.
t were shopping in Dukes Thursday. k

..; : Julian Dekle spent Sunday with his '

l little friend, Earnie Johnson. This! much to keep in 9 :

c i Will !Markham and Murray Thomas ,

were here Saturday. r T' .J -..., E mind'J"y. \

:. L United States Tires

4l Cheer Up.Don.t A Healthy Woman Is r; are Cay. Tins A
spend time Oo
your mopping of War3ax
the sunbeams with a moody face, a* Always BeautifulIn charged

a blotter absorbs Ink. Don't stick Corvrlgbl
around as solemnly us an owl. CrackS The Eyes of Man U.S..Co.I""

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: smile If It breaks heart anddon't .. .
your : .
t : Lexington; Ky.-"During the time r; .;t'':I ci ."" ; "".. > .: ,,
: be so crows' erubbed on.l crusty. of middle lifo I used Doctor Pierce'. y< "" t-- 4
U you are wedded to smiles will Favorite
4 ::\ worry Prescription and I cannot United States Tires
: tot you a divorce. Cheer op you ruf praise it too highly for the good it
t ; wuellleuQ" eiii'er lal' I did lue. I behave the Favorite Prescription United States
i is bound to become a favorite Company
; remedy with each woman who gives /Vhf*** Tfut Ofrf*if irwrf f Ofmt 7V Awtu/rml aibf }
; SEED CORN, COWPEAS VELVET it a fair trial. I have alllO used Dr .TtMlorM* RuMtw or0a-t.MU.4MM. tM* (forU M.T.VV-M ranc
Pierce's Golden ;Medical Discovery for 5r- .!
BEANS MILLET, CRASS SEED SOR. stomach trouble and for colds etc.
CHUM. For immediate shipment. All ami I believe it to be Urn beat generaltonic
e seasonable Field and Vegetable Seed that ran be had."-Mrs.. C. C.

Writ. for Price List and Catalogue. Cur OlUImm, 65. lireckcnndge Mreet.
I beautiful The tine of l>r. Pierce's Favorite
4. instructive catalogue I U
Prescription has uiudo many women
free and $iv.s valuable information on I happy by making: them healthy. Ciet '

.' | farming and gardening for Florida and ,, It at mice from your nearest drntrmut. j'4' 7 .,
the south. Write to us today for special in either \liquid or tablet form.V rite .
Dr. 1'iercd, President luvuh ,,' IlolHTiu
price on your teed requirement. Our
Bnfmlo( N. V., for free couilJeutiiU
complete lock will enable us to supplyyou wP.llical 1..1\c"! Where YOU

4 to advantage in price and quality.E. Can Buy J. .W. Andrews Jr. I Dealer, Starke Fla. '.\

A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYOldest Piles Cured ?c: 6 to 14, Dy rl
U. S.
and DnuMIsM n-fred money 1 If PA7O OINTMENT fan Tircs: ,;,
Largest Seed
Hou.e In Fla. ,,.
tact lu.hlb fcltuO 3ecdin4! or ttouudiuii tis i
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I Thursday evening: the 15th inst., at Sth, and ending September let: Postage stamps sold, $371.75, ospoolally in the number who join in ': l

I eight o'clock, at the Christian church. J. C. Cone, W. E. Torodo Thede- Documentary revenue stamps sold, the worship af God at both the morn. '

I :'lr .. O. L. Beasley and Miss Inez Moore Co., Louis II. Hill B. E. Barney $50. Lag and evening services. The houseof I

Bits of Local \$& 11 I :Moitt gave a miscellaneous shower Tracy's Pharmacy, Lawtey State God l.s the most joyous; place on all I
Thursday afternoon at Mrs1' Beasley's Bank, G. ,v. Roberts J. D. Rowe. I jusr Fisiti.v=' the earth for the right And high US''

1i hi inie. of all our faculties. \\* Invite you
Information TILE TOWN: BOND ELECTION: Tho annual fishing contest on trout I I and your friends to thi joyful oxer- I i

L J& !! I i The many friends of B. M.\ Dow! conducted by tho Consumers Lumber else t
a'.wfe/.. I ... a.ada.ia T 1 i inn' are ,glad to see him out again, aftar The election hold June lit, to decide Co., closed. May 31st. First 1)1'bE'I i
__ C.r_ whether or not to bond thu town of $35.00 F..
j t a severe spell of \illness reel was won by Col. :M. Where the boxes Differ.
f I Starke for $3fl,000\ ( for remodeling( the Johns, with a trout weighing \12 11>8., When. trouble' camas, hobbling, along

.- T ., 1 1Mrs r light and water plant, was curried by 12 oxs. Runner up Snap Brinson n a woman gives' way to ,i (tlond! of tears
--a U. W. Baisden, of Jacksonville! wa.3in
I three, In favor of bonding. The vote I 12 Ib. trout. Col. Johns in proud of -but u nun proceeds to tint tb. at-
M. L. Smith will
!\ give a\ II Starke Tuesday to visit relatives
:MiII.. : I
| : L. Uro\\nleu and daughter, stood for 81) siuiHUhorililtit1.( .
her home this afternoon. bonds ; against bonds, his reel and we lire expecting his i ir irtASORli r'
fro nt and, vote in the .
Mary, returned Saturday from De- 70. The majority for bonding was I i I ,catch both of fish and! "yarns. ," to I
Land where they \isitcd Mrs. Brown- small but "a miss is :
ns good as a speed up. '
Warren and
E. C. little
,, ut several days in :Madison last!son loi'V "sister :\rs'. J. E. Futch. Owners-If your car will not mile," and the town ,stands committedto The second prize for the \largest %
pull lacks that that it had
or pep once
mnke the improvements called for.HOIU'E number of trout caught weighing over -
week. P. E. bring it to me. I will repair it for f
Canova returned home last l 5 pound each went to Joe Truby

Fred N. Hnzen, of South Florida, | week from u business trip throughI you. Satisfaction guaranteed. Wm.A. STILL IH'ILDIXC on four, weighing! / 21 a Ibs., 5 .)ZII. The
Sterns it.LACnUA .
spent Sunday at the home of G. W. 'I South Georgia, nnd reports the crops Garage prize wan n Kennedy bait kit, 11111'ale! of I ,
and the peaches fine throughout that' steel in (he form of a grfp. Ur.I Her- .
Contractor 11. lioroe
hewis. .\ AND: BIAI>FORI> \"im 1 recently t'
I' section. began the construction ofa bungalow long, of Jacksonville! brought in three 'O1J SALE A fresh 4
which weighed! \ :21! Ibs., 12 ozs, and\ A. -- Jersey cow with
The alsorans are now busy tryingto : The great county of Alnchun will opposite the Presbyterian parsonage, heifer culf. !n. E. Knight, Stuiko, N ,
puzzle out how they happened into Monday afternoon at live o'clock the be represented in the next legislature sold the lot to J. "'. Edwards: and W. Anderson, three weighing 20 Ibs., Flu. 622t. I .

the class. .1 ladies of the government study class by two native sons of Bradford. J. moved the foundation of the buildingto 12 ozs.. I .- :'
met a tthe Methodist church, and with L. Matthews was nominated for representative another lot. The new !locution is --- w ANTr IICohTlIIan( \ and, wife t tu

J. L. Corbett, of Tampa, spent Sunday Mrs. \V. E. Middleton as lender studied without opposition and on the east side of Church street between TO HELP TIIK. : ARMENIANS I II I work on farm. Apply nt Brownleo's .. ,

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I the subject of "Political\ Parties" in the primary Tuesday Dr. James H. : the park and\ the Lee house, on Jewelry Store, Starke. H' .. 'f I I

,r. Kigdon. I Colson was nominated for senator over a lot bought by Mr. force from U. D. A campaign for old\ clothing and i i -

I "It is one medicine that Joe all two strong opponents. :Miner. Tho building will be a (lroombungalow canned commodities for the HiilTVring I'R SALE:-At n bargain, hamLsomu }

Stop talking about your troubles :|j that's claimed for it." Tfv.usan I have lations all around. conJfratu'l anti is already well under Armenians will begin the 10th last sated and gentle horse; also, two t .. i

Take Tanlac. Turner's Drug Store!(I said it about Tanlac and so will you I -. way.J. and continue until tbo 17lh. Articles'! gallon cow and! young heifer c!.I ilf. 'I

Starke. 'c I if you try it. Turner's Drug Store, :NEW GARAGE I that can bo used( are coats and sweat-1 J. I O. Turner, Starke. C-0-tf. ( .
Starke. T. Reaves, formerly of SUirkf era, dresses, blunkct. wool\ shirts
? FOR SA Ll:--Bnle.r cowpea hay, No: ,
Miss On Monday, June Jt1\!) I will starta now H merchant of Gainesville, wad heavy hosiery, wool gloves and mittens
Gladys Brown of Kaiford
pent several days last, week with,I I Mr. and Mr. \V. W. Colson are now garage at my shops between the renewing acquaintances here l\OI1t1.l\[ ; boots and tdtocs, shop worn garments I Fin.1 gradeII.. L Stevenson!' 'SliU'ke It I

Miss Iris Epperson. i the hosts of the Starke House, and, railway and Cherry street, for the repair sheets" for b.'indiigi'S, new cloth)

they will see that this excellent hostelry of motor vehicles and machinery PLKASKIMTII: PICNIC | or garments, IIn.nil\ heavy warm l \\'AN'I'I'U.-Pino: cross ties!!, heart and

Sam Rosenberg! of Plant City, was is kept up to its established of every kind, and keep on hand auto clothing. in whk-h there is. still some" 'I sap) highest market price paid ,

in Starke Tuesday to cast his! vote In standard. supplies. Only the best workmen and Saturday! I attended n picnic /ntProvidence. wear dinned meats. or milk. Some : Loud, \ nnywhero in Florida.\ See or

'h/p primary election.N. ) materials will be used and all work We hoard flue/ speeches money will be needed<< to pay for transportation write \\'. W. Colsun Starke, .'Ia, S
:Miss Bertha Moore has been in a will be guaranteed. by l state und county l'llnlhlntt'lt.! At to New Yottc. Clothing for 0-9-tf. v ,

Jacksonville hospital for the post two G-9-2t.! J. F. COLLEY. clack the crowd of about Jon: ( peo- ;I, 'children especially requested." ,
II. Tison, formerly tt Starke but months, but her friends are very gladto pfe was culled to the most bountiful Local I committees, from, the various FOR]][ SALE Oil EXCHANGE-I: e >

now of Dunnellon, has been visiting: II know that she is much Improvedand CARD OF THANKS I dinner I ever saw, and I want to say 'churches have been appointed n.s follows 215 acres<< of well drained citrus .
friends and relatives here
expects to soon return home. I and everyone' there did our part In : fruit hind in Hl htaii'l county near 1
I hereby express my warm thanks doing away with it, but in spite of all 1\1 t1)J.ristaK: ] ( Olive Ray, :Mrs. n'l Si-bring., Flu. Will subdivide dOll
DeWitt C. Jones und family and S. Mrs. L. to the voters of Bradford for could which !M. !Snyder' Mrs. :M. L. !Smith.' ;
A. Reynold, of Raleigh, N. county we do, was 11 plenty sell, or would\ exchange, for, land
I.. Peck and family are spending scv- C., was a guest of her mother, Mrs.E. again honoring-mo with their confi there was enough left to feed ns many Baptist: Mrs., 'I'" N. r.iml'.ulhCr.' : near Starko. J. II. 1"lInnlnl10 I .k '

'rat weeks at Kingsley Lake. Johns, of this city, during last dence. This is very gratifying to me, more. I must say it was the most sociable "'. J. I Jll'l'rRnn. PunSt.: ., Albany (ill. ',-:.!IJ-1t' (

week. Ifer many fri"nd"'I're gladto I I and I will take pains to, by conscientious crowd I ever" saw, although: I' Pn'Mhyh'rlllnIra.! E. T. Campbell, .. j
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Miss Kate Young, formerly a student meet her. !' nnd accurate discharge of my have been to gatherings in eighteen, Miss :Mabel)' Wei lor. i iF.plscopnl -

of the U. II. S., Is among! the I duties supervisor of registration, : states; especially the kindness of the : Mrs. Frank Hoover, !Mr< ..t

graduates of tho Oveido High School. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell and lit- show that their confidence in me was i Illfli"KVIIS noteworthy. They didn't G.! M. Sistrunk.I MagnoliaBalm

tle son went to Savannah last week I nut misplaced., Sincerely.C. i even allow us to wait on ourselves but ChrlstlllnIrs.: : 'r. N. Kendnck. .

Little Miss Fenella Snyder has returned to visit Mr. Powell's sister, !Mrs. A. KNIGHT.M. )) handed us plates filled with everything Miss Addis lltiisdcn. h Inf

home after .a ten days' visit E. Gahngan. Mr. Powell has R.I : (food( to ent. I shall never for-1 I t J

with tends in Jacksonville. ed home but his wife and son will r. S. Hayes, county superintendentof : Ret their kindness( and goodness! to HAI'TISr: OII'IUII 111 I.I.KIIN: :
re-1 J Glades county writes his brother "* I IR. 1 hit
main there several weeks. I me, n stranger !*Jell
Mrs. L. F. Emery, who has been Tax Collector E, ,V. Hayes, of Starke, S. HUMPHREY. !! The H'onlSlInliny\ in June is rang! LIQUID

visiting Mrs. II.1[ M. Snyder, returned The W. C. T. U. will meet next that things are going/ well'with him. ni/
Tuesday to her home in Jacksonville. Tuesday afternoon nt 4:30: at tho He was in the race to succeed himselfin POST OFFICE. MONEY: : Tlt.\--I'\C'I: : und\ Canada! ns "Children's D'iy," and\ i "

Methodist( church, :Mrs T. N. Lim- office, and Tuesday's primary gave TION: in )keeping. wHit the !Day there shall .._.. llrlnn InMiint, M -
Miss Florence Matthews returned! Laugh, lender. This 'will be Flower him better than two to one votes over N i be special" interest in the ISible school. ,.OAN' I NP neck":I/ liiuty arm' *.tit h./fm",.e...

last week from Tallahassee where she Mission: !Day, and, each member is requested his opponent.CARD That the postodlce! in Slarko in u which meets at 0:15!) : a. 111..1111.1 in (ho t I NOIU8.. .",141 4 Simply wumturfullkvnmvut ruptlonfl'

has been attending the Woman's Col-!II to bring fruit, /flowers or jel busy placo we nil know, especiiUly morning church service which begins W Ira kin*. tunbur*,
lege. I' ly for the invalids or shut-ins. FROM !Mil. HA/EN when we sec the 1011'of\ mail sacks at 11. Tlin pastor has announced n I 1 .II 14 r' lull' 'KnlniiiclnK.lnKtiiilC ,oMnuco., Jryit 14

__ __ I carried from the olllce to the depot special message on "Jesus and the :, ,_ ,. / 4 colon

Among the Brooke visitors to I L. J. Wynn and family, L. A. Wynp I take this opportunity of thanking; and vice versa. Hut the monetary Children" ," 111"it\ is hoped the parents 'j:, '':;,::;: ::.... : Ilruit tt*
Starke Monday were lion. I. W. Pin- and family, of Hampton, and Mr. and !all who voted\ for my re-election 1 at portion, of the business is not so well i i) of tho 1 llilde I 1 Mfhool) ncholurs' will I be I ,I,, ... '!'. Whit RauRxlPrt Pink

holster, P. A. Crosby and Lester Pin- Mrs. J. T. Juigley were: dinner guestsof the polls on June fith. It assures I\H. i known, and many will bo surprised I in atlcndiinco upon' both (he si hool 'x- "..','.'..,---t I

holster. Jlr.In,1 !Mrs., F. A. Scott Sunday. of the confidence of the majority' and tho figures given( for the month of I ercides nail the church services. E" 1oHNrne-.. nrsr fur ieetorvaleer
This family gathering was in honorof hope those who saw fit to oppose mo !May[ nnd which are ns follows: III the t'vl'ningth"T" (' will be worship ...

Mrs. S. II. Collins who had been the birthdays of Messrs.( L. J. and will join us in building up our school Money orders were issued to the at 8:00.: when Dr. Mullen will, ) beenti. 'J

visiting her brother Mr. L. C. Powell L. A. Wynn. system and paying off tho indebtedness number of 11M() amounting/ to $2, 17.-I present'a, a further t consideration of tinsubject .pr!. ..n, I Iwbncu. r / n 1 ,

left Friday for Jacksonville, for standing against our county.A. 28. i of last Sunday' evening's ser- LYON MF( titular bynil 1

a visit with Mrs. J, II. Powell. Sa mRosenberfr has put a force of A. IrAZ" 1'ol. Money\[ orders) paid were :! mon, (the topic being, "Tho Power of as,,. Fid h St. nxtfromIIKOOKLYN. *, or I ill4 .
carpenters into the old Carter build ----+- % amounting to $1/ IK.Letters 02'1 the OOHS." UN. 74 cant* ,

R. A. Weeks of Brooker, one of tho lair, just west of Grillin & Johns, to THURSDAY CLOSING: AT LAW- rpllstt'\ 1i1.! A splendid interest Is being mani N. Y. pawtiald. I

prominent naval stores operators of convert it into n motion picture theatre TEY Packages insured were 603.!) tinned in till. t the work of tins church, iiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii r

this section, had business Starke which will be I'a"an,1\ operated Insured packages received 210.
Wednesday. by J. C. l' ,binson, proprietor of the We, the undersigned/ merchants and .--- --- ---- --- DI1IlCnmIJOC1mmCJmmcnIlcacnmcnlJmrnmClUlll: Gaiety Theatre. I business men of Lawtey, do hereby t.t
The class in government study will agree to close) our places of business BOY WANTEDSomewhere I

r meet Monday afternoon at ;5 o'clock, Friends hero of Lawrence Jrnydon on Thursday afternoon at 1 p. m., and II I and Brunswick ; 'tt'tt1.+

at the Methodist church. Mrs. J. W. Kay received invitations to the commencement remain closed until Friday morning, I )
beginning :Thursday afternoon June in this town it one boy Phonographs. 20 cent discount
White, leader. exercises of the Clearwn- per ,
who JH a "go-getter" spirit, full of II i i.
ter High School, of which he was n ;
happiness For' All Women I
grit and ambition, RnllllhK" hnncut. /
Mrs. A. V. Long and dauhtl.'r11 ; J"
!: graduattj. In a class of twenty-seven "For some time I have been using I We want that boy. He will bo .
nie, of Palatka, will arrive today to members, this former Starke boy was!! Ha an'a lItnlfnl'lin Balm I :! :
visit Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. S. E. president.The and now mv I the only boy agent in this town for i' ,
Brownlee.The I friends are asking wltat has happenedto the famous MOVIE\ : WKKKIYV: MAG- Your chance to get one of these first class machines II'' t .
me, that I look so well. I have been AZINK. He will work after school << I..
Daughters of the Confederacy afflicted/ with freckles, blemishes and and! other spare time. Kin pay will bo at a low price. The same discount on all records J'l 1 :'
Woman's Club will meet next entertained the veterans of J. J. Dick-
.1 sallow complexion for the last four or what he makes it; he..iIC'IIIn'/ > prizes. in our slock. .
o'clockin J'
Wednesday,\ afternoon at four irton Camp last Saturday at the Juan-
five years, but now my complexion i is and FREE; movie tickets. When ho --
the council chamber of the city ita Cafe. The dinner was excellent inevery }
hall. I particular and the hostesses for wonderfully Improved. Magnolia/ Balm makes rood, ho will \be prnmoh.d. If We are going out of the phonograph business a :,
means happiness in a lively complexion. you are between 11 I arid 11! years old, i'
the occasion were :Mrs. Sarah F. Ham- Respectfully, Nonie Bentley, Nan- determined to "make good" and! truly and will close out this stock.Consumers ... I gay)
Harold Wall and I
Raiford Epperson, rick and! !Miss Olive Ray. ,.
Miss Iris Epperson motored to the I klpoo, Tenn. All women should l use think' you are the boy for this job, > '
this liquid face and toilet powder- then apply by letter to Mr. K. L. Gil- ""f"
and while there
State Farm Saturday Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children
brunette, white pink, rose-red. 75 lloor West l "
Brown bert "Personal. 3rd! 1l1! ;
were the guests of Miss Gladys will motor to Gainesville today Lumber Co.
cents at druggists or by mail. Lyon 10th() Street, New York City. Give
to attend this commencement exercisesof ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Morrie chil- the Gainesville High School, of Mfg. Go., 42 So. Fifth St., Brooklyn, full details of any past selling/ cxper- I '
N. Y.-Adv. Starke .
dren returned Saturday from Jacksonville which Mrs Adkins' sister Miss :Mabel fence; your age parent's full name ,

where they were guests of Edwards, in a graduate. While .In SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE and business; your school prude and \JlJ

Mrs.. Morris1 mother. .Gainesville .they will be guests of Mrs at least two references. OlCXOallllmlO! (

M. .E. Edwards.,
(In effect April 30 -
Mr. and .Mrs. C. R. Ensey, of Jack- 1922) -

sonville spent Tuesday here, and whilein Mrs. O. I. Haynes; entertained the No. 1 reaches Southbound Starke P- ltl@@tQLf'@tC@@Q@@Iltfit@tDCIL7rJ"I 1-
at 11:40
the city cast their ballots for the reading circle of the Methodist missionary p. m.
No. 3, 10:59 a. m.
candidates of their choice. society Monday afternoon.Mrs. No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:28: p. .. When You Pay By -
J. \V. White led the meeting and
15, Limited, 2:15: p. m.
W. A. Scott returned Saturday from the subject was :Mission Work in Af

Lake Winona, where he spent the past rica. During the social period the Northbound YOU KEEP ACCOUNT OF WHAT YOU SPEND. I
No. 2 arrives
two weeks camping with members of hostess, assisted by her little daughters Starke 5:10 a. m.
the Volusia county Y. M. C. A. Sara Hope and Georgia Hayn, No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. You know:where you stand.

and Alice Fernandez, served ice tea No. 20, Cedar Key Train 8:47: a. ...
and sandwiches. No. 13, Limited, 5:55: p. m. t l1,

6,66C Friends planning of/ Miss several Jessie social Mae affairs Baisdenare in No.No..101 104 arrives leaves Wane- Stark:Starke Branch 7:45 3:15: :; a.p. m.m. Without a Checking Account .l

Malaria Chills and Fever, honor of her coming/ marriage to Mr. T. J. GRIFFIN, i

Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills William Silas Blakely, of Waldo, on Agent. I your money keeps"di:: .appearing in driblets and much of it can not be ac- '
William C. !
Bornlng[ of Brooklyn, N.
the germs. 666 quickly relic ves Colds, Con Y., who has been spending a week i counted for when you check up. Z1)' f
atipatio./l liousness and Head with hi a niece, Mrs. Ada Sauers, has -

aches. A F ne Tonic. returned home. I ,

HOWS THIS ? .? Owing to circuit court business, We invitelyou to open a checking account with us.BANK .
'nALJ.'B CATAnnn 'fJlDICI-- -: Clerk Alderman has not found tine
system -
: ... t"p It-rid your ... In Child
6) what claim o Worms a healthy
of Catarrh or Dell(no.. caused by ca- to hand In the minutes of the commissioners' OF STARKEPaying
We do not recommend It rot unyhl"lSS II h..n'" rrnnhlml with Worms have en on- |
' tarrb *' ..IUK./tL.iuf. IDU....._ pour Laude anti aa a May meeting. They will appear -
% :!; XUDICINC I.l I. a re't, -" .* -w frl lee stomach diti; -' r in our next issue.
uMTtakra InVeriiallr.. and acts ua'o"h of> thOVBS I : rASrt-lfcSS CHILL TUNIC (iven regularly check is easy Paying by check is saferE.
the T tint mutous jL-rracM : "<:>* w1! CT' S t5tmprove ? .
the .by.'m" hue relIut'ln VrSttJIrta.-. the dlitritlon.ind\ h Cures Malaria Chills CEO. C. WHITE Cashier
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tlon and ae.lenngature .. SI MATTHEWS, Pres.
pains T'mlrri' <* whole ,,'_m. Nature i "" 666
normal comlltlon Circular free.F. throw,,""'; ji.i..I (...."""xnt.' .1, 'tito Fever Bilious Fever, - - - -
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I NOTICE sold ubtle aootlnn D..rlpUon Bea n. T. A. Owner & Larb D..ripllon Bea R. T. A. Owner &. IstsN'j
Rnda will be
1 J" Nmira 10 h.\' h"t the fallowing : d dQ of ..hI munlt, thrnfioftu C"I'-III A aE',4 01 NE'4 01 NE", .r 8E'of W'4 .19 II 22 D Prank Swllard -- --________ l \19
'''' tie tlM'r r0s4 Blark J.InUBnilfordiC4matYK} SI.te or 4 ,..rl n. a CO".Lho..... I> duo for togs not oVDOa2a Ih. 11AYF:9 TueC4ll'etoeho or NE4 II: S 440 It .r NN'/. o} .Inn" 81 In W"Hllewn --------------U II 22 10 AliS. 11 .0. T.b..r __ ____.______ "
will be neaoswuY to p1)Y the .mount, W. : \ & a (40 1& ot E'i of NW lot L9 In Woodl.wn -- --- -------IA 6 22 10 1-1 III hu..hlll: __ ______?___?_ I ?"I INiy
t or .u.h Salo fin advertiamV.t NWlt NW', N 160 ft of \!:', of I..ta 'I & 8 In Woodl.wn18 8 22 10 W If R..bln..on. __ ____?_?___ yLeta
t t"I of $W4. ot NWoN/ 160 n ,,1 0 0 9 10 11 12 In Woe. .. --U 8 22 80 J II Wdlfame __ ___ _________ I ly:
8.:'/ of NW'4 11& Eof tlWtp S'. 01 Lot In Wondln .--.14 II 22 G Immnnl. A Wllron ___._________ ",
t Ara n. T. ,1. Owner .a CosbyBFrA Ill bEVi\ _________---6 21 160 'w EII..r"- D.,1a __ ____________ 82.01NF.4 iota. ::1\1\ 41 42 1.2 In WooH11w11, : ---U 5 22 80 'f II Hllmby ._ ________________ ,
1I..h.ll..n 11.18 l4 II 22 G Cllvo 6lonton. __ ___ ____ I ..
of Woodlawlr
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/ 5 PL 10 T Lot 12 la -------- ? ? I
84 6 1t 40 or L WIIHI. __ u______.____..._______ 21.X7'I.a. 511)4! of SW'i ::::::::::::::: ::::: a 6 21 42 E t; Moors(. :: :==:=:.::::: 7.69k114 : LotnoG 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 2a 24 2':
< : ur sy. -----.-----BWri85-- ---- 10 12n TJLAnd... __ ______. ? ,, : ut NW I. 01 SW'w____ 1 8 21 20 Jum.. (;oodwin. __ _________ 1.60 20 44 45V: 01 Lo 52
NW'\4 ..I BICy, & N% or 86 6 18 (6 _. _...._00.__.._? 7.811t ht 4 of S11': _____-_ _____ ___ 8 8 2L 40 J I' M.CI.ndua ___ 0,87EI9 all Lola 6J 00'_ 61 In Woo..
IIW" 01 8 W 1,(, -----.-- ---'- t--$ I of n___ -___ _-___? 0 \I 2L 80 Roburla. tI'o Abernathy _______ U.73 lawn -----..---------- :-_ "18 a 22 1'18 1 B "mb" __ .______._______ 36
Slh" ..r tlEVNEI. N'Aa 1 'I 10 Inn W"lIIo Cob. .__ __. 19.AI I N'''' of Nw'4 NW% of SI'4or : Lon 61 11& S'4."f Lot .0 & E6! ofLnt
--- -- ___......_.___ Yfp7' -- __ ___ 18. 2llw -I6 8 22 20 J. C Ruws __ _________________
R\\r4 ---' ,d 7, 10 120 J V P\wnrd.: __. ___________ _________10 6 21 110 Roberts & Abernathy on 62 In w..o.llllwn ----- --- 1ft ;
;" [ ]NFV4NE4I: BE)4.-110 1 It 40 'Ie lIb..uok' 10x1. __ _.._____-- 7.69 or SWI.4 -------____.______,.___ 8 2L Mil A II .. 10.61V LIII 1 23867111112141610
1' NE'4offftVi; -.----.-- --.--------------Il 111\ 'I 7 19 10 411 4'1Jnknown' Aln ilu..en.o_ _Vam.doa________.__._____________ fBU, Lot "6, : f S'g I:1! ': f.t;; 8 :_:::::::::::--l7::' : = 40 40 n! H Smith bmlth: ::::::::=::::::::: U 5:1 I.: 8 18.I 6:1 22: 2n W..II.wn:II .1\1.\ (0 43- 47-- 48-. -61---II! a 22 200 'f R lI..mhy __ ____ ___ :,

8E of NW/: 1--AofW .Lob II & 01 01 r..a S4' -__21 8 21 84 It H Sm'h ____________________ U.78- Lot 32 I in Wnodlnwn ---.- 8 Ia! 10 f) G Wllk..on __ _- ___ -...._ F r,
t It N1Y4ofW'4; dw I hWI,1 & Lola 8 & 4 .r frao -SE'2" 8 21 :1117 It 11 Smith _______________ 6ii.4aS' Iuu 37 311 in Wmdlawn : :: :::::10 0 SA 110 IJ A 1'.1" _______.__________ '. ,
,. "1 ofSWW A W 10 A of NEVi12 'I 19 87 8t0v Hafrue .. ...-.__-________ 13.54; 1) or SW' & I\W 44 ot SEh! __ _211) 8 2L 130 I IJ It Warren __ _.____________ 21.8'1 I4n:,. 5 0'10 \I 12 21 XII 27 28 88
-------------- _.____________._ $I' .. /0 7,09 9M IV of toe 5J9
or 8W1I1 10 A Q Unwcm $F'i 21 ": 84 Mft a8 ::17 NI"
Jr.',(, of NI1,1: or NR", .----..-------.18 1 1 1.90 Mr. C 8 Hovlll- __ __________._ 'I.ftll W''4 I ::f N W I/4 -:::::: ::::::::::::--32 : 21 80 II if W..I.n---::: :::::=_==: 11.78: A all Lon 40 41 44 45 4!l 61
f1Et,\ --- .- ---- -------- .. _____________ *-Bfl //2 Wood-
f :-gli I6 1 tY0 Mo*, Roblnaon led I or EI'. of SE',. ex 2'A I. ; 5:1: 5d 01 Al 62 63n
FE44 of NK"s -- WU'i liE Cor ________. ___8:1: 8 21 78 R Ii Smith __ __.____________ U.03 _- --. --11 8 22 285' T D If"Plblf __ ._______________ 51' .
y f of E',4. ** 1 10 .. .. .. ..... i I I' IA1ts1 2 A&/NWyi &SWt4of ul.w:: 4 11 & Noy fr; :;;i-1 J--2:
b ws "' NWV, -'_ __ __ __.. "_"____18 u 1 10 859 Mr ni.Miwn Florenoo -V-..rn--..<.loe-- ..-..... IN 8WI/, _______-______________311 6 2L 460 It It Smith __ _____________ 81.0'1 211 & all Lola 28 & E''", .1 '
;: &! **\ 19 __ .... I. ; lolw. I & 2 o. fmoNE1/4 ----------d6 0 U 100 l'ln. Land In,. Ca __________ XU.1I3 but '1III all lot 32 9:1: 41 4:1: 48 w
', I (1 $& l' ,:)& NOTrivr4AK ; } SO' Steve Hague I ......--- ---- .,.an N 20 A flf Ion a -------------4___.84 0 21 26 Francis II Maarry __ _______._ 6.8'1' 49 fig III 02 6J 54 56 66 67 Oil
IIi!' "1' t N /' ._______ ( 7 19 20 40 11C Unknown llauleraon-- ---.--------------- (.oa Lot a x N 26 A & .1\\ Lot 4 -----15 8 21 116 It U Smllh __________._ 2a.'I HI a2 08 U In Wwdlnwn. _____,18 a 22, 2&0 T n Hamby .__-_________ I'SSj
5W'/, 1 SE'/-------- Lot 1orN'.6ofNEV4 &Lots 3&4orNW" of Lot 111 & ell Lot 30 W'of

;\: + of V11)1)1 & Nwi4 of S,9A Tnn.l t A Trwt Co. of Fla 1.80 SLot. 5078orfraa lot 31 In WO.llllllwn -- '"_--18 5 22 20 Unknown __ __ _?_____?____ '
\"[ Wt4 8 CO 40no 14.7J: S'6" N of Rv ________ ________86 8 21 172 R U Smith __ _________ 30.2'1 Lots1234 507811161S98I
N'Fl ; i'r :: A 211 M Cloul..on -- ------------
I NN't4 of : / N NWVi1 A pn 4.1 Mm M K Clark __ ____._______ 7.69 Leta I 2 8 4 6& 8 or frao Boaex \ 83 34 36 86 0'1 38 8" & E I oft

Nho' "ttN NISt/.Eof.ri.;;:--::::::::: II* 20 20 J I' Dovilln -- -------- .. --- 4.0.1J : N'M' N'y' of NEST I 7 : m R t Bmlth: : 08,18Frao ;,1 lot 40I< N'" nr .....1. 4:1: 14S
1 : ----_--_-_---_:::::::::: 7 It L Smith :: =:==::.:=: 53.211'ma : : all Lou 48 40 61 62 A s\o of
1'11'/':/ nil Flth SI'I-'Io 7 $mith 70,07 '' .Lot 61 .1'0 nil
NW4 of SE'2 Lot 57 0\10\
', W of pu bllo mad .All & .r l.ot8 1 2111 : 4 ____:::::=::::::::: 8 7 :t m J: II ,Smith: _:- _=:=:=::=:: 88,61: Lot 04 In Woodlawn ------------19 II 22 1'111 or D IrnmbV ______?_.. __ ..'
r, 8BV N of mill brnneh _. ___--_11NRVi 6 20 70 V Dowllnn _u_______________ 18.64't All SNSof' SA LRy 11 NE'4 Iule I6 17 In Wundlnwn 8 22 80 Arthur G..n .. _________u_ ,
t ', of W'O NWVi 18.61'(' of & SWV, & I Lola: : 1110 I In Waxliawu: : : :::::::-:19 I 22 10 nt' AU.n ::_ ____________ _____
R of river' 11 8 20 100 Mrs M E Clark .,. ____________ j of NWI ,8v'l1 & Lots f'l Lllta 2 :: I 7 B 9 ta It 16 18 17I8
SWill ut NEVI! A REV'ofW!: I a o. NWV. Lot I .r rroo W'y 21 22 2U 2526 27 2" 31 A W6of !
fl I' W of McKinney branch ______12 e 20 68 Leo Thomas -------------------1.*1 I ISlimunl .r NE'' lying N & W of Curnulba r.uLII: : In Wondlnwn" -.- --- --21'1 II 22 208 T D HHmbl' _- __________._ 7W1) :
NIl)! 01 I'W\4'! \ ________ ___.. .______15 A En 40 W. Drown __ _____?___ 7.59 141. according. w plot nr Roml'IIOD )' of NW'fo of SI I111.0 .om atNE
.. "f $10V1 I SE'4 .r BW'41M1 I e 20 80 C It I'Mrker __ _____uu_______ 1J-" 200 R U Smith ..... __ 81.011 Car "I 8Wh "t' NE44 A run
City. .x 'loin cold __ _::::._ __ .u. n
Nw'ii' "t NK V. ---------------------2 1 41 BO 40 O It 1'".''.-'' -- u_..._________. I,,,.. A oil D sub div u of 1 4 'I 21 W 28 2-3 rrlo, lh'noe 9 A" rdn
$8'11' or NE4 _u. ________________23 II 20 40 Johnson Kcliy -----*-- USi; Lots A & II sub die 01 l.ot W 119 1-3 rdn to W line of ca11IForty <
8WL'<)f BEM' ______-- .---22 8 20 20 Abraham Kelley .. ____u__.... 4.C3 1".18 A & II) sub div .I Lot Lot I 8 &" Ihvnao S 20 Nle to S Ilna of
SWVSof of NE:' A NWM of SE'. A 6u nail. 'Fu'1f. E: 80 rdo

N'.&( nf NE;:<,A of 8E'4 _______23 8 2" jooOf J T Reave ... ......-.-. ._____ 11.Cl VIII 181 In SnmpnnlCity Lot____4___01._ 4 'I 21 R L Far..n a. _..-.-.._..__ 1.23 N IIf':2:1 Ir..n.e a 22 110 flllm Dnllinger ______________ I IElllh'r.r.
I Se..ofNW"ox1AInNECur hula' A A C l' It Lot 3 "r :: i : \ : : 8 22 10 Jam" fringe ________00____ I
for hurrh ____ ________________M A 20 70HO Oi-o Kulli.y Ent ______ ________ 14-73 In Rompann CItY _________Dlk_____10__ 21. W m .1011. _-. ---___ Com nl Iotw Cor 01 8Wti 01 LE1)' aA
I 'I'j HW'.4 _______________.21 0 20 Kraaler Kelley .___ __________ 14 7.1: Sub j jJo Div Jo: A H "t Lot 1 & Sub T run E 53: 1-3 d..1.8t 00 rde,
\ Sty of 1'\0'111\ : of SEV: ______________ .21 8 20 20 .oi>k Slernck -- ------------ 4.03' Div A II C IJ of Lol-- of Jjlk I tl W 6 a 1-\\ rclKxN2 6U, In22 8 22 20 Unknown __ ________________ I'
.23 In S..m."n. CII" ________ ____ 4 I CI Itaulunon -- -------- 11.77till. Noy er !' A In NE Cur _.22 6 22 1\8\ .T S II1Alhie __ __?______________ 11
Lot 1 oj lilk 32 In Now River ____24 6 20 J 8 Thomna. -. ._____..______ 1.11Frac a A U C I 2 a 4 & .n u 8 7 tllilk : '' 22 8 22 10 Walter Butler __?___________ I .
n I'. rv I lot 3 & lots 10 12 It 16 U 290f A r.If""frJllt r"SWI' :.(s'iI\I.1 8 XA 10 W J Slallln" ________________ tW ;
nth 4 In Now River _________24 .8 20 Unknown .._.___._-_____ 1.47 IIlk 6 .n 01k 'I Lots 10 .7ft tI of Iut 8 or UlIL 4 town ofLuwtry
i I 13 21I< I.otn I II 4 ox 01 Ilik 9I II W 01 Rf ______________--23 II 22 W I. Q.t..t __ __._____n__ 4 .,
{ Lot 8 9 of Blk 7 In New River .-44 fl 20 Unknown ..........------ 1.11 I.lla 234 of111k9&1.0ts24of< L1'I. I 2 of. !ilk Id town or LnwteyW

; I Ilik 10 5 1,01. 2 4 "I IIIk 11 5 t _--_ 23 8 22 1) L Dlnnohard u__._________ I ,
Lot 1 of Illk I In Now River ___.__21 8 2I Unknown 1.11 1,14. :2 4 "r IIlk 12 <& Lo.. 2 4 or Corn W- CtiitRI;; t---
23 I'lk la <&< Lots II Lnkr nor A run N along W cblaof
4 8 8
Lot 11 of Blk 10 In New River ____?4 0 20 Unknown ............____ 1.11 l'lv A IJ of Lot 12 or 10 Dlk"It Sub&0 Stan ..tI 0 It 10 a It 01 bell
21 Lola :2 4 6 8 Ih.'noo W at. right anrloa toStule
Lot ft of lilt 12 In Now River ____24 8 20 Unknown _______________ 1.11 A II D of wt UI I not 12 &BIN Hub 18 Div& 1 .1 100' fl. th'n.o N I n. '
21 lhrncv E.t right anrlos 10Stot.

r lot :1 of Blk 14 In New River _.._24 6 20 Unknown -________ 1.11 uf ollfIplpoxSlab lot 2 It F of 1'1"1.0t A 1 & CD'Sub e .. ntrart Ino th lioncu a II10n. .
21 Div G D of Lot .. W .101. ot State aL I IL to the .
Lot 11 of nilt 18 In Now River ___ 24 6 20 Unknown .._____________ 1.11 DIk' 1.111. 1 oil Lot 6 or hog In businroe, Lots. In .
I l I"' .M 8 A R of Ulk I 14 In New 21River .IJ 8&0 lilt 81: : Lot.Dlh J8a &6 4 t ,,' '1 ;' H. 1lIwtr": W of R" .___ ___. ______23 II'' 22 ttntrn..wn __ ?____________ t ;t

---__---__--_--__ :_--_.24 8 20 Unknown .._:.___________ 1.11l.nrii".I. or Hlk 211) & Hike 110 26 80 81 32 ANA I Com lit petal lot 10 Lnwtey & runS
A 7 of Ulk 2B !In New 21 84 IIi'"G on W aldu 01 Slate aL loa ft.
------------------------2* $ 6 20 Unknown ._._..._____ 1.11 sun :IO 97 88 81) Bamv 4 T 21 R 11'mlLlt! _____:_._ 23.71 10 a "t ur h.". thrna. W .t right0nnlre ,
Lota 10 A 12 nf Illk 27 In Now 21 Lot 0 S----------------------- I to State .t 1110 ft. thrnce

River _______________________24 6 20 Unknown -' ____________ l.Ul I I6 no$1001000:. City o.-_-__-__---_ 4 7 21 R p Thonlo., _________ 1.11 M A 1101'011.1 with Slaw .t. 4 ft.thrnce ,
t Lou B 7 10 A 12 nf Dlk 28 In 21 Lola C Sub Div l of Lot S o151k N al right nnrlen I. Stan

River -.-21 8 20 Unknown ..--.__________ 1.41 i, \ ? Hamlwnn City,: ------_-!_ 4 'I 21 It U SmIth ______?__ 'U3 .L Inn fh thongs N slung W ode
A Intent in LoU 21 : Lots lIa) Ile 1'1.' 16a. & wIH A B .t Nato .t 4 rl 10 the lit or bell .
1 5 A B of Ulk 211 in: Now River_,24 8 20 Unknown _____________ 1.12 C D Hub Div of Lot 11 & 50 ft on r I" bueineas Iota III Law", W of t '
21 I. F. aide or Lot 11" __u__ ------ -' 8 II 2 2 Unknown 1 1 I
19 .f IJlk 8 In
?---------- -- 1of Tllk 30 In New River _.24 8 20 Unknown. __________ 1.11 I. IIlIm.on, CII" ________________ 4 'I 21 n 11 Smith -_ __.......... 3.13 Sera 2J 212i 26 I 20
LoU 1 9 & 5 of Fran IIIk 31 in 21 Lot U or IIlk 14 In Snm..n Ch,,_ 4 'I 21 llS1111 ___ 1.11 One lot 105 H E III W by 210 ftN35SInSWCoeofLot10

New River' ------ --21 8 ,20 Unknown ....___________ 1.47 Lot I A Sub Div A A C ot Lot 10 ,
LoU 7 A 12 -.r ii'-'I 82: In New 23 It Sub 1.C D of Lot 13 of Blk town of Lnw..'", : 01 Ie" ------_________ W F Codwin _. ______________ I.It

Iliver ..-..21 8 21 Unknown ......._________ MI U 10 8I1mp."n CIL" :.___________ 4 1 21 It 11 Smith __ ____.____ 8.11 1,01 w lno in NW flN84q rt.10\( 20 ftE&town
21: Sub Div A 1or Lot Sub Dlv
1 III iOf
Lot 1 of Hlk 83 In New River ____28 20 Unknown _______________ .94 ABC 0 01 Lot 2& Sub DI" LoL of Lawtcy, :____ _____________ M.. W .J Chandler __ _________ t' 1 ,
211 ex I lot 100 rt N9 b"
21 A HofLot4& IAb1Oe1135Wq
All Ilk 42 In Now River .____,21 8 20 Unknown -. .. ______________ 2.00 of Lute A R A Lots 1110,, H E & W In NW Cur town
NE'i: of SWU ex lAIn NW Corp E 'p. Sub Div of Lot 19 35 ?0P. or I.awh'f F. of Je" ------------------.--- Mar. Annie Lau Goo w I n 6116
for neliiml. ---_________/_.__ 27 20 (1(1( Wnllnto Nedd -------------- 7.80 JU 35 Lot 21 all In Ulk 11 In 1..128 town or L"We" E of. n" ____ -_________ LI..lo Thomaa _______________ 2.60
SBof: sic-/, .:.....1:27 S : W Edward .. ......___. 1.61/ __ ___ 7 Nor! rf\ Lot 83 town of Lnwtey E
t r 20 40 E City '- 4 21 1C 11 Smith __ ____?____.11.11 f _. _
_____________ __
Lot .2 and N'(, of lot 11 __________81 4" town l.nwlvy E 01
611l 41h and LotaIae In n" -------------- Fnnnlo Ruhln.on 1._
W'1.: : Lot ftO) town ut Lawtcy E of It" -------?--- (1 II Iettln .. 1'15;
( l Hampron City 4 7 21 R II Smith :... U3 -- ---------- --
-- -
t !:' i < -- -- ------ <\ or NEW of NE4' ______-____21 6 22 In c n Churchill 8'59
I / I All [Ilk 43SofSALRyInSand : -- ------- ---
8WMWL A NW of _.. ____ ____ ____ tI' "I or HWIof NWIJ. ____________2& 6 22 10 nob Rivaro 4'5"
SF.: /, .____31 fl 20 nuo .1 T Reave ? __ 85.01 of Smn"won Clty' ------------ 4 'I 2L It II Smith .4.--- ____ 2.53 ;I I -- ---------------
-- _
p, ofNW'i SWV A NI '4 of SW'/i' _34 6 20 1211 Helunta Slerricka .. ......____ 21.87 All RIk43NofSALRyIn1 S .r NIV or -_ _______ II 22 10 A l'oul __ __ __________________ 4'- ,
1 ,.__ _....______ .. __.______ 23. __ All 8W I..r S R.1!, or NWI.1' ; or
-- -- ____ 2 7 20 110 Inline Williams 20Mm .n.1 01 Som".n" City __ 4 7 21 Richard. Fisher __ _"u.-..L-___ S,53 liingdey road. ______. ._ ___ _
I 211 8 22
SIt of JoF't: A : I6 of 4 Mary Small ____________ 2 do
SE'i o& A In SW ('or 01 9WII 4 7 2L II U A Jon. 1:11i : RI"' ?
N'ly" 8W' lit SWI.r 8t.1 __ 4 7 80 210 Mary II Thomai' __________ 41: .50K 81)11 A II of Lot 19 SWI'1-- of NEy' ..\ of S\V\I\\ ____________2G 8 2 10 Elln Wlllisma __ ______?_____ 4..
F'4 of"ait I'll'' :'I __ __ G 7 20 NO H Androu .. ._.__________... 14.73 ;i JI'R.: lvC ABCDEFor Sltj' of N'.! SW I ul S"' ___ 5 G 22 10 ell DurIInR-----------?-----
t 1_ of s'l of. I4IIM.. TN..:___:__ 7 7 20 40 T W WaUi .. _______________ 11.18 l.oL.. ot Blk 19 & Sub Div A Slo"I 01 NWI' or SKIS I \ ____._,___.26 8 22 10 C C Frret __ ___._____________ :. r
Lot N'1 ur of NE' _____
11 ex" 2t In RB Tor A N'(. II C0 EFof Lot 3 or IIlk 10A SWII ; 211 6 20 A 1'.ul __ ___.___________ I2.., '
of .. _.3_______ ____ 2 A 01 Wll1 or NWI/ ofSE
H8 A A Union _
i 7 7 20 I Sub Div A II ur Lot 2 Sub I
.i.ol212-.X- ot ____________ _
8knf ; 1 lot; "O-r'tli-: Div A II. "f LoL) 4 uf IIIk 19 In Wit/ NR14 __ _26 8 22 2 A T PAul __ _________?.?__ 1.8
by Ill ft N --Sin SW Cor7". 7 211 40 G C Ilevll ?___________ 1501 ._n_ ..--.--- d 7 2L It L Fa."n "'n. .._ ___ 0.39 "f flE .' .f SE'1.of NC'//. ___.26 6 2: G Wm Thuma ________________ 2 '
4 of
", NIb of hot fl __________ ____ ____:. 7 7 20 40 A G Cowen _. _____.____ 7.B9 Smnuaun1o101410; 6of DIk1713 8'il _SW'4 of Nb!:. .u k 430
Two A In 8E: Cur of Lot II A Vjg I HH4 nb Dir A II ul lot 1 .I Dlk 213 1'11'ur N1V'%B NWy 11128 I 2:1: 18 Ith..I. & M.Qu..n __ ________ 4.' .

A III I'IW' C..r ot __ PA 2 8 V Andreil .. .____.__ 1.47 In Snm".on City ______________ d 7 21 n U SmithS: __.____. 4,63IHUH W all
.1 ,,!! .t Ny t vsw 'of'NKTi;::__ I I 20 120 Mr Kalu Hazen __ ___________ 4.03 Div A n C D E: 1of Lot 1 In Nb'1 Rufa Martin or n" &ex JSy A sold
'j i '" A NI./ of SW'/4' tx l.A In I elk ft 'n' 8..nll..on City ______ 4 7 21 n L Farrell __ -___ 1.41 Jme __1 A to Mary .
Idbinnon __
r, NEW : Cor for Hehool _-. _ _: ____ 8 7 2n ino A B Show .. ________?____, P845 Cent In esnter or U 9 I"+ It" /racknppwllto ... 4 _, ._211 8 22 40 D Dnvl __ ..____?__.________ 11 r";
'p N !.. of. 8WV ________ ______ 8 'I 20 40 A A Iluzen ._______________ I .,l mile 1)1151 marked, 344 AAcomutapt10Oft(rack un N tor obF: Wof NWI It"
2 A In SE: Car of 8W from 1'" of ,
J of 8W"\ A from 3hcon1 "R
I r swi,, or sw/j of awv, _..... g 7 20 12 M P AIntheny .. ______.__ 2.90 &rlln E on .1.1 n" track 127 A run S parnilol with 848 ft
(' N'-i nf 8W1o' n 17 Gill Ili\lll ...________.. 987 lh..nre W "n anme nrl.llon 8911 f.
SWV of E :3 A-. 8 'I 20 -- -- -- fL, 8 62 tt 10 a pt ur beg, Ih.n.o n, Ihen. N aL right, angler to N ,
Com'217 fl from the Cor of C n R 021 fl. W 784 ft, N 6154 ftIhrnco line or said '
P St |ilienn..n land on lino dlv SW to S r. II" ..1,1It ", wo". an" said Uno 'u forty or thenoo_E_:__un'I iS tJ
4 1 'i of SWK A SEV of 8WV on 71 dngrnw Runt on .,,1" W 6 A 01 N'\I"t 01 NWI boa --01-- _.____________ I
II" right' u' way run N 274 ft. I right or way 1107 ft thence 463Ii N A or NI of NWIf, of NWI NWI20, 8 22 6 T I. Gm'rry; __ _______..____ 4.1'I,

W. l..n. rto It to !It" right or wn"t 10 plot b1w __________________ 4 1 21 13 n H Smith __ __..___________ 8.80 6171 q j or &WI 4 ot SW/4 & N 1.3or ,-- 6 G 22 8 G'f Tatons __ .____________ I Jf
I. rw 01 8WI1' --- --.8 T' 20 a TC .. .__...-?....?. 9.09 E" A of $14 or SW'i! nl NE'I'' ____ 8 7 21 II Jim 1'1'1.1"00" X.2,1 SWI of SWI' or SW' ___
4.1 Ilk In Ward Clty------\ R 7 20 W W Wan) ________00...__. .81 Y III SF Cor or N\1.\ of B/j! ofl Cnn. t NE, nil NEVj of. NW.20 a 22 13 Unknown __ ___ ___._______u B"N
Lot la of Illk I hi Ward City 8 7 Bloxhnm Ward__ .. -_?-.? .81 fll l 01 SE'l, _______...____ a 'I 21 8 R A Junra -- ------- 2.a3 (i : run: W" 1160 !t lac a Ut of ,"
.0'" 9 A 10 of. I'y. I f
4 Illk 10 NI'\ of A in AE Cnr lx'g' tbrncn. R 210 E do-
City -- ----- W W Ward. .. ___._____.._ 2.18 \fI r' ,z"oJO 11. 10
-- -- --A V 20 & S E',, of SEVt ....... 210 fb N 225 H, IV U dogrvne
Lot U of (Mk It I In Wnrd'cirv":_:. 8 7 20 M P )Ulnln"1"/ .. .___u____. XI I'IJ of NW1" nl HEW ________ II 'I 21 : It \ ''rlth -.-_____ 11.10 5o beg ___-_20 II 22 ,1
Lo 8 W -- 1 Mary Jane Robinson __ _______ ,
K.2:1SWI :
c"t 88o NR or 8E'4 6 'I XI ---- ----?- 2 JIn SW Cur o-NEVIof
----?------ SE4!
-----------------y------ 211 W W W.rJ -- .___ ._ .. u_ .._ 1.47 I It W'+ nl'S :h __________u 8 7 21 940 Unknown ---------. 43.211 _____
Lou! 2 S 4 & II"of Klk'l.i fnVani" /U' R ll Smith, __ 8 22 a Urclla Slronll' ____ _____ a. I
y : Nr IL _____________________ II 'I 2\ -- ---- 7.60 Shox1$6'4NL ? ?
I 4
( "V M.P Mnllieny. .. .. .. .. 11111 NW'yof 111 Unknown __________ \: yf.HL.1----1(1.1--
---- -_-- 8" 9ftSO ; NWIh_______________ 9 1 21 ? -- u 1.69 _
B nf Illk U In City" W W Ward __ .......... _. 120 C L 1'aek 2'1 II 22 110 S R CritTla __ ____ _
I.t Want : : 8 7 : .H b:'I.J ot AEI' & 8W'4 of SE"' _____ 9 1 21 -- ----------?_ 21.8i NEVI; of ,' u! FIV !6 of ___ ___ 8. "
8 0 *>f D'k' 'In Ward;;; ; ; !: $ !I / IS HE+4A :-FJ __ _2'1

e r LoI"I ai.YDli 7 *' W W Word ? --------?------ 1.47 ,I ---6 1 21 37 J G Wynn -- ------__ 7.89NW' Lot :.14 I In Wo..lll1wn -_ -__-.__?___ 9 6 IS 22 22 18 10) Unknown ?? __________ A.'I'
: r5"ln"Wir r lIamb" _____ ._.
of Iola a
11 In
< W".II"wn .
('It" ______ 8 7 W W Ward -. ___.-__ 117 I & >iI..f: .!f'i,. II. or NWV &NW'/1; Lots 10 01\ oil 7n W..dlown- ----__-____ II 18 110) t. A Davie _r ________ 'I.5
JM 12: of "lilk"I8"in"wai.l cir So 1 W I'lnholater Jr.. 91 6 ca 2tl< W a Brooke _:_____
I .. 8.7 .81 of NW', III \Vlr. or W\I\ w.r' "r BtYi/, ot NES4: & SE'Io' orI _____ 4.10
S I. 8 8 A 10 of Illk 16 In word; SI.II, or I'IW"' 1 ____. _____________10 'I 21 311I) R It 8'!'It! -- --?----------.blot \\' A Is'y ul S111' of
Cite n n coiiion .. .....___________ 610 40 It H Ihllil \ : NWVi
111 R T 110 NE1 01 NEV. __ ____ ____11 7 21 -- --- -----___ 1.03N /< N V4! of 8W', NW14 &
lot t B'lk'ii'Tn'Warj il------- M 1' Alatbeny .. ..._______ 4.01: SW'4 '
H 8 7 Nth of of I.;'J 01 NW11 of
LotU 20 of 8WI. &; SI'
y A 12 of Ulk 18 InV ;; \E'I EjF.; of NW I I ur NWI' of '
l air _____ II 20 T W I'lnholHtor Jr __________ 41)1 & "rhVIII .%_ ______ __ .12 'I 21 lao R H Smith -_ ---__________ 27.00NW'4 N1\ IIW. It A N'6 or
"r $ "r
Lot II 01 l''ic"' '""wrprrcirr, :::::: 8 ? :*. .It A Andruw. -- -...______?___ B.80 F."I 01NW'4 Nib or SWVI S i't1or' of NW' EIJ SWI/! ,
LoU 1 12 .113 Of llk 18 vv-;; ; ___\8 'I 21 00 R II Smith 101)3X11 / \O; ell hEJ
? ) ..I NWI'I ________ ----------- NW'/
t, I t'M'8 7 20 S V Andrew. ? ________ 0.A7 I 11& or 8F. 4--___1& 'I 21 6t10 Ie II Smth __________100,41NNV ..1 NE'1of ul 1<1'1'\\ & 8'y or SJ,}'/ .__33 8 22
l-t:: 8 of 19 In \nrll. CIty _____ N 7 20 W W Ward. .- .-._..__ SN" nr NF.YI ___ -l8 1 21 10 Darnanl A. Duk. ----_?? 2.23I S j '1 BJ 6 840 W.1 Reddinarraraton __ _________
14 I Ot lI.r 111 In Ward. Clt" ?____ 8 7 20 E T Stewart -- --______.,..__ 7.09J NE'II, nl NW' 80 NIY or N1V4! Wt of .rM: ---& -NE ;- 23 1:0: .' .. _______._ 78,69

l tot I'loIlIlk. 1f W".I City ___?_ N 'I 20 W W Ward. -. -____________ .81 ; 1'1 : ._______ ___.________18 7 21 GO II TI Snr.ieerNW' ---? 9.n'l "I 9W'!, ut NE"'I &; t1.! ., or 811
b Lot II. 21 IIIVo.,1 CII" ______ 8 7 20 I W Plnhol.tor Jr--------___ ."1''I ,NSW'/4 ________________.__18 'I EEll 40 It 11 Snulh-------?-------- 7.ft" NEINW"o; 11& NI6 of
k a IU 01 DJk 2:1: in Wo.d 01 Nw44 F.' or SWII. ____18 120 Unkeown -- --- ---___ 21.117I I iJIYI or HWI/ & E.t't 0' of
ICItYd.A. R 1 20 Itloxhnm WardW -- ------_______ 2.47 NWI NW'L: 110 of NW',. ot sw'I.1'I 7T 7 2l 180 f} LJ0-- : 1546U Nwl uf IIWI.; ( of 9'1 NE'I
Il0.- --- -- -- .. I NEW or N"r./. ________ _____ ._1'1 441 wn -----:::: T. : I ut SW''I A; IIWILo{ of
All Cite 1I2a" ------..----------..---- 8 T 2n W Ward ____?________ 1.47 I S' IIW'If swv. ___ __ _'li 7 21 10 G Sale. -- -------------- 4.0a SWI, &< S or SW\4\ &NE'/A of I
(:'m 114 rx tut 7 In Ward' CIIy__? 8 7 20 llloxhnni Ward .. -.._________ 4.88 NU' ref NE'\) & AE'1 ot NE4: '" 200 I ! NE mllh
\ Cur or .r AbIH.II'o ; W14 01 ( 1Vy4 & bEI1 or SWI421 'I 21 RHItBmI -- --?--------- 88.411F.I SW'Io or SEv, A E'y; of NWvof
rvwldrnee lot end ruts E 7& rl, SI244 01 8FJI'I _____________________.21 'I 21 KO nh -- ----------------- )(.73 IE4;! N1VS4 of NIY'4 01SI '
r1 ft. IV 76 rl. N 1110 It to beg 8.:11.: 01 ___________________-21 7 21 40 C L 1'twk ------------ 1.11 _
SF.' ___ Q M Bevllt _____ 1027 NWt4 8W\I\21\ 7 21 80 It II South -- -- 113 Ey'N '---R :.--- 34 II 22 401 W J Reddington164.60
Cum 6491( Rf; r.w, ------- __, 8 7 20t -- ------? Nwhh of 80 SWIof ------- 0' '-.f,
t 01 SEzI ot 8WIIWoiI or SE4! & \yIIIg'\ of bEV of
: oft of 8WI S1( run.WF.Cr, O N SE'/L';: 01 5I'/. ___._ .21 'I 21 160 R H Smith -- --------__._ 29.81 A v.W of of E4 N\Vj.)
W .W-t
'. 11I11 II, II 21O It to\.. F.I, of NW'% NWyi of NWi4 : [ NWV & otv
&IJrnrs, Iwundwl lot 1 Jo b" J A 81.611771. ..,.. .. '.... awl& ___________________23 7 21 200 Wm E Yarborough -- -_____ 38.48 01 I-IWLtof bWV A Naf BW

All Nwq ..;S-wii--s------------- 8 T PO 6 M P Mutheny .. ____ ___.. 823 SI 01 "E% ..I NW'4 65 A In \vor"' 8W'L80 SW"LOf SWV of
| of -------- 0 'I 20 A n .Shaw .. .....__E____ 1.62 ty1j of NE/.6 d..d..1 b" Wm. 711 111. Lenin EN. I 1111" .I Sw'4 I'iE'4
S'a NF. of fI'O. W4. -----___ 'I 20 20 L 1> Polk' .. ____ ____ 4.01 Jun1w __ __ _____ ______ .._____24 7 21 910 R H 8mtth of s'w '4 lea 8 A 10 WilllaLon '
-$ 40 JII "t of SE\ __.27 'I 21 ---- -------___ 6096NW" Bank A less 10
N 10 ,\ or Rj.\% -- : 14 7 20 Shaw -- ... 7.59 N'. & W'7 NW4 A In SE Cor .
.t' $44 ur IIW1 I ;', M\v-----------------.--15 7 XO 10 Unknown .. -______ 2.23 ] ot JEVj W... 01 NW'4 180 R H Smith 88'11);' ex 8W' 01 SWg4 or IlJoI.80 8 22 /
1v. Nlvl N 'I'' W". lit Ety ot SI!:' __________211 'I 21 40 R -- ----------- 88.4S I... 21 In 1'cetsvilio. 'mbn..lnll (20 W. J Reddington ? ______ 80,14
HEL'W'f 01N .I'.Ols\vrl NW' 01 flE'4 ____________?_____-22 'I 21 .IU Ch II 8 M'M-l I ---------------? 11.10 NIft! or NE44 A NE's' or NWI.30 6mbracing 22 .
nl $EU hwe 8 A W 0 1 NFP/, of NW'4 ____.92 'I 21 1"0 R n' aneI' """- 1.0 Lo'' 18 211 III !'eetsvilla e It J J Strong __ _._________ 4.8'
1 :. ikvlan NW'4 of NE8 N4 of NW4 ; 2fl 640 8mltb 1 --eo---------- 2U1 64'6' or NEt4 N ;'. or 8
7:40 R L U
.TSP'rSl: : --- 130 Shaw Stokes --_____ 23.88 All ____________________ 6.1t' R L Dluk .. 83.7'1; W11 of NWV..f,86 18 Wm. Strong ______ I.M
t. ; R--8- 80 All ;::________________________21 4 22 840 R L Black 00 ------ 88.7'1 A :t' of hOI..N NW! oIJE

.' 01 Ff"' ref BWIf SEI<< 9 'All ____.____._________________23 4 22 800 It L Al.rk Black' A 80 CO -------- 8H.7'1 of NEW & WI/ of BW'7 or NE4'
NW\4\ or N\h : ---116 AO' JH KulleyIM --_____. 8.19 ell "'. 9F.I4 BE'ti sA : P2 640 It L Bla.k ===== 78.61 f. ": }1.I'S .V\ N0I4 A X11+
: :
1, 0 Wn4 01 SWI. I 'w'A N of 8 11 I B a 4 P Mathnny ._ _. .. 14.73 :: : _..: __::::::::::=: 80 Ca 88.77NE'1 : of : of NEV. 01

N. of ---"-----::i7 7 20 80 H L Uwl --- -----.... 11.17 ot NFWV4 of NE'4 2no R L Btuk ,, SEI. a..t 01 w 01 NE'j' 01
iw'JLrw A"" RY 1,1617, of WaI' N4i 1'1 NW'4 ..___________28 4 2.2 40 :I &C ---- sa.30 tiEl", Yo1 of Nw4 l or IIE ,
-,._ IB 24 M P Ms b.ny ___ '.11 35 8 \ or E' or NW ut
I W i I. --- 7 20 --? 1 /.
10,11 of of-Lot 1 .. 811'1 ,
la t..9 NIt _\
Got 8 N'it --.----.____111 7 20 DO S V Andrew .. ___________ 1881 I. I ht"sNk\i"' ; N I&"or 1} '
I"te A-,H----.--'* " 7 SO 80 C N Sh.wUnknown -- ---______ 147.1: Wlv of SWLiAEV: of Wl' A E'it .f NE'4' o'NW\I\
I'K4 NE' 7 20 200 -- .. .------__ 88.13 'i/WLL 80 'W\o\ or AE'y aE4 a81) 111 !VW'1 -.-- ---- ,88 8
of ---- 23
BI..k ---
NI.,.I' .1'1101"N1y'V4. riCi-ii ir-U; of SEL\ ______________.211 4 22 4\t RnkL a eo ------__ 'IS.9A 9Et' ---- IIA8 W J R.d.Un..wn. ___?__119.24
I :
'i or NE'4: 80 N'Rl4 '/ of SWV, ,YB P2 'Bi.'ok---: 6.00AllE' NW14 ofNJi.t.sw :r:::::::=: : n 8 Ih em Jehuon 5.54
ofWI'"f NWI4 or NF.iS : __21 1 10 148 J. H. Kelley -____________ 27.63: ., .._.....:_:::::::::::=::::::.90 : 29 841) R L ,; =-_?____:: 9htl4E'v : SEt" "r NW\.a\. a W or SW% Y Rev 8 F Wolf = ======= 1.60of :
of-NwT of NI'':'L" E'f of 8E'4 all NE4 .. _
I ..NEIof_ SWV 3W ofNof W4v oN !; L. E of rivet _____.90 4 22 100 Ino It R L L Slack III & Co --- 29.91NEt. NEVI of Wy! -:-:==:: ::::::: : 8 211= 4101: O f. 'J--- 10.88

..., \V''I 20 1d0 Unknown .. ._____ 20.61 _____.__________33 4 22 180 RLBlnck&Co"' k.. c ----- 29.30 W y of SE4y 'l SES ? I 8 24 8110 Lurga ==::==: 8.54:
NWv N4j & NEVI 9E1 -- .3J 4 2l: ---- 74.18 Wt' of SiE44 : E 4ofwiC.a- 20 _. __ ..118
or -i--- -- .--__21 1 20 a2 Unknown .. .. --______ 10.04 t NEI' ol \I.r; NR .. .; 01 8W44 W6 of BEy4 ___ 8 8 22
Nhor ': 1A-in NE Cor tfE41 l or I IW44 .. 1y'Vj of NW\4\ SF-II, or __ 820 E: E C.nova ______ '..21
180 --
R L NE1; -- 8
M NW" .ho.d ----------------____93 7 20 MI1.L D Folk 7.8I> A _________________911 4 22 Bisek" Co 1I8.n NEL. 8 22 411 Unknnwn __ __ ___ 11.810
40 -
E --- 'I
''foS NW'' II. iir.j.--------------2'1 'I a0, 40'( L U Yolk. .. _____..___ 1.11 N 201 n7 NWf _____.Rt 22 ben It L L Black CrRTIa. -Cow- 8.81 NW : NWy: { -4"--. NESQ I 22 4n 0 L Underhill. __ ---.___ '1.09
4 20 K C liroover ____ 6-I .f.BE:y __.116.9M1 4 23 1111.(1
__ ofn4
Wfc 0or -- 20 (.OS AW'1 -- otNw'4 __
NWV of"3WVi""A w-u N:1: of NW '4 __________ ..._____ 4 2.1:. 80 R L BI.0 k.. Co 18.83 8E1olNF.&E !. -of---SE'4----?. ,9 8 22 20 E E Canova __ (.It

ol SWV -- -----------------.U ., !n 60 R O Groover __?_ 11.44 1'1 j of X45' of NRVi or NK of 646 85 II C W 4i ul SET4 .n S\I1 or 8WI!
Com 80 chuoNI eo.. of"Se. o[ ton & 2 ....._.. t._.......Sd 4 r2> Wlmberl" -_ _--_- --.- 8.13 E or RJl-8 A --- __10 8
----- 12
21 A run 8 60 ehn. W 20 ehn., f NEV & e(6 NWyj & "'( NW44 190 Wm. E Yarborough. __ 48.10
4di M.
N 80 ehoa E XII elm to betr I kws 9at 46 :f._ _'I8 4 12 C..rl. B SwrllDII 83.80 W rl NWy. ;'1--SWP--SW 11 1 21 41J \\r J u.hb __ ? 5,5440j2

I 8 A of N 20 rhna. A Ino com 80ehn. IA'a It 31 4 or IOTA In NF'4 ofNE44 10 J S 8W" SE" 01 i&y4\ _!1 6
W of NB Cor of a..... 25 ________-___._ 1 8 U H Ii L Hl.ak io 8.90 E EIli ----- 22 Inn Wm. E. y..borollllh IU
A< run 8 810 ft to a pt of ben. NF.". of 8Wv"" __ I 8 22 -- _-.. 8." WN\v of: of N'tb Vi !'E 46--'o1 d 22 20 Ii H Spencer __ -- --_-- 4.18
thence S 9811' rl, W I2S4 ft. N 980 Lola 8 8 7.21 23 9T 8117 85 of IN5.t.
'1 ft. R 1284 ft to be*-29 A ____ 28 20 141 Perm Newaom .. ___-,- 2T.8 30 40 41 4:1: 4:1: 4S 440 60 11&a\ "E 01 8E'4 '------?'- -1 11 2 22 ,80 Unknnwn __ __ __- 13.08
i Si of W14 of NEVi of NEVI\ ? 2 I IB W E Grilfl, .. ______-. 4.03 68 M1 165 66 0T 88 611 6l 03 69 84In E', 01 BW !!4 el 951 ----------U--?--" 6 22 :11: Hollm.n '_ 8.114

NWIIL Of JE'4: A N' % of NEV Woollawn _.,_ -_-?_,-.-_1O 8 22 aao T B Hnmby ______ 58.61 E..,. of E' or SEI, or SWi' .. _11 6 e U ID l'nkn"wn __ ___u -, I.GO
of NE'4:: 10 C C Covart ._ Lot4 Wlodlawn -10 I U 10 Unknown : ef 22 fUB" F r\ 'owcn -
i .fid 8 21 2217 "n -- -- --_ .:00U W'Aa EUa or SEll, of NW\ ....11 22 "
B144bf N0'4ofNWv4&1AIn; "ii 61 69-- J Homer Llvingaon 2,60
Late O 42Wawll.wn 1 :!! of NWV of SIi4:' ,
1 +; SB Cur of NWV. of NWVi _...__25 8 21 11 Mr Ann W Sapp ______ 190 51eo In8a __ ____?11 8 12 180 T B H.mb" -- .. 2582 8E'.4---.-.-NEy1/ 12 20 RA Thomaa ,_-- ..18
SWVi of NR'/l ex 1 \ tor church. -___28 8 21 38 .Unknown .. .* _.____ 11.18 tot 31 In Wnndlawa _____...11 8 13 Ig (Ito E Smith -_ ______ I'GO NW'ABWV8111 BEfy 16
I1 SE'/t of NW l/L"f SEW A 10 A of NWt, of NW\4\ ___________\8 8 23 W M Ov..t 8'84 Corn at N/E S--'---- glyy 1 ft 20 Fred FNld.abeq /,89
4 ,. N Ids. of 8WV4 o( E14 -_____.26 g 21 20 WEll.., Davla .. _______ 4.53 NW01 NE\06 NP 4 of NW'4 _13 I 2 2 80 M.. Carrl. U Starling. 18:83: a run W cro, art, 8 48u"! ft_
All NK! of SW S of branch AS N of lW\4 of SW3 _II II 10 L D Arnold ftof
t 4'. Nil of SW'4! -______________17 8 21 9: W D McKinney ..:_.___..-, 1503 E of W oSE'S 1 "I NE __ _l2 1 U 10 J A Gra"4" _- 1.110 NESS of 8W8v SE'b ___-_____$6 .. 22 'I E 0 Wright .,.,.
e IIWIi"f\ 8E _______..25 I 21. .. J E Sapp ___ __ 7.69 It 11 of \8E'1! of Nina p SW.J: aide of NW'y- of B 112 10 J oba Toplia .84
ofor N'i
1I '." : of NWVi A NWV* of SW B of : : ofNW4 WV\ .: N 1 Aahuroh ,_ .,..
41 114 8 of river ____......-_.-.---.J8 8 11 40 T D Randley _____ 7.8 w'i\ of IIW! 4 01 S \412\ I U'O L M Langl4p ..- lU8 N... ot SE.. of NE1,4 -_. ,1T 18 1 1 22 II 8 Felix, Coodwfn. _.: .? .. 6,87
J k All N"., of SEVi & "* 8Wt4 NEil, 01 "E\ol: : NE a 948 01 8E'5 i or NEW __ JulIa O..wl.. _- 'I.1l1f
f, 8 of river ._ _?_,, oL_,-,?M I 11 40 T B Han<1I.-" ? 7. 976'J of SW of Sl\rof 644 & BE: of--BE--- 8 U 20 N.IU. 769
,+ 4W14 of NBU 88 II 1\ 40 Mr J E 8pp _n of\ of l 5W4'4, : Wig. N ror 8\yr 1)1IB== : n 120 C L Uaderhlll.18 -w '

4, NEV!: of NWK! --_ ____84 I 11 (0 W B MoKlnney 1.19 of I 41 or "i\ &. Sot of NEt: 1 A strip 100 It wI d.--exl.ndlnr.arau-- 10 Anal. R.i0164: : ----- ?. 7.19.ntlyr.
ri About 7 A In SB' Cor of NN" of of SE..L of IW LJ Wy, 01 SE 8 .n" of W34 of NEI4 ofConEYlOEft
1 I NEV A all NWVi of NBU:\ w '4 of 8S'44 .. S'6!! ofNI !4 of road
6+ of public road ex 8 A In NW SII4: .-_____;_-1 I .UI 98 Unknown 11.10 N 01 SE- -----20 Cor of SWBRADFORD 6 U C E: Robinsoa" LST.r


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FRIDAY JUNE n, 1! 22. ,

? ._. ..... _. ____ .. __ __ BRADFORD COUNTY .:TELEGRAPH. S1'J RKE. FLORIDA_ __ PAGE_ SEVEN. : I

Description Bee. It T. A. 0....., AT a ''t..ue LATGY breed disrespect for all law and weak !, '
CCM.U T. A. I.
DeeeMptlon Sca. R. owner lo.eALot '
.?.I SW'/t run N 210 ft, W mi f _. .!. _____ ._ .-_ _._ ens the whole fabric of our govern( )

"1 S 10 It. 13 810 It to bow. 1 of BIN 1 In Lincoln! City. Lawtoy June 0. J. B. Rowe I ')
I, A ---- --_-.Pt 1 23 :8 ttoaolln 71,1,, ,. .. I In alii ot 5014 W IIf Ry ____.___11 8 22 Marr .Ftsaler .. -....-.---- .... -- was a nient.
.f ---T.- ...
.1 I' o.r KF.4 S :'lft __ 861 10 H C .--therm\ .....----- Iota 8" (1fIlk 8 In r.ln.oln City visitor to Stnrkc Sunday.J. "The prohibition amendment was
.._ .
SB Cor of B U A tract -- -- .111 Clark 1.10
\ m In 84. of !IIF.4 W or Ry __ ___82 8 e2 1//I
r land owned by: P. C Cixjuwmo. Lab f of Hlk U In Lincoln City A. Howe and family moved to adopted in the manner prescribed byour

',", v1' I of NICVi cf SWVi boundud In 814 of IIE', W or Ito ____.___82 8 12 Annie May lfalliliton _. ___u___ IUO ; Lawtey lost week constitution. It not ,l4'1
I in -.ila Mack tut l -----------2 1 8 la 1 !' BI.1o nr NW'4 of NW oleo bPI sitB was a hurried
Sn rah
Scott __ _
: -0-lty---.i; ____ ._.___. 8.28
i, \ com at cunU'r Ilse 00 rt W of ny A run I Miss Daisy Ilvrndon cif Mncclenny proceeding, or taken upon snap Judgment i
ulf ,mill' lino of tivo 21 "running R III d.-errs'. 1 2HO tt, thence ,
i 'OA\rt\ W cronac-a A 'run N n"I:: Ky I W 10 dogrore 10 W Ilna of N..... was the Kiicit of Jrr. and Mrs. Goo. but was long foreshadowed by
l!' ihrnca K at right tnttv 311. thrnco N to NW Cor nf SWNI
ii.> Halt half mile lino, tlionca I t1 of N W' tlrnrsi' B bra 8 eJ: 28 Unknown 12.18 L. Puteh Siitardiiy.Mm. the prohibition legislation: enacted; by

,Cnr,, : lot i Ix: u :.G -ft on- Ii ;lil;'- -of--N14--'- -.&"2L 8 28 10 n M Jenkins -.. ...____._..__. 8.00 SW nSE'4. 4't_;___6W___!_.__A___tNEI_______0,83__ftS 6 211 80 (7a fI"L -- -..?-------.--. 19.19 \ A. M. lilnnchanl; visited relatives the various itatea. ,

Id ft vtdr.* on N Htili* of SV-j" of I \ or !08hBI'4 :''. __ __ ___83 8 U .0 W L 1Vagnor---\ .__.___._._.__ 12.76Cur in Jacksonville\ first of tho week "It was peculiarly fitting that prohibition i.
'Illk IS of K H K in Timulu'lil ut NW c- 6- I-
> > DIlot In tom Cur of name' -_--_- ----83 8 U 81 Mra Fannin D DubOll' __._-__._ 17.18 Dr. E. I,. UI'KIIH, of Stnrke wn n should have come previous to W

,18 of ft Blk Hquiiii'1 S of- R 2- E': -ft-.WVi. ___22 6 22 8 ROM William: .. ? ..-.-_.__. "..10I S"kwt" NWi _A n Etb: _8 !:_of_93 8 n 80 a 0 Sweat _._._._._..__._? 10.18 I prllf(' sillnlll vi itor to Luwlcy Sun- the amendment giving HiilTrage to the

Illk ISofIt3EaSII4 of 3 A I In Coy of 9w4 NWW 1 who real
alkl NotR2E&NW' Of /I Rv _- -_ -----_-!_------_83 8 2a 8 Hiny Ch.ndl.r ..__ -________ 1,88Nt't day.I women lire now our partners r '
Oik1Sof R2EANyutS( 4VI of SW''4 ex 2 A InNE 1 8.1)11 I I A daughter, wni.* bore, to Mr. and In liftl..hllt a humiliation it woul.J.. I
,1 I Blk 1 E A Nii of Cur R ev lS'X for 011011hS8 8 22 18 n 0 Gn.nn ._._..._-___._. )
rllIIV ( have
;iWVi of of R 2 E In Cum .t Nfl Cur or SWI nr SWI,4 Mm.\ E.: H. Wells Wednesday. been to haa invited our mother,

mt,.ln'n Sub Dlv -- ---____._22 8 23 11 n 0 \Mrline lit run S Sty, .hn.. W 15 de.wre. I wives and daughters! to east their vote .
BE', of tt2 __ .10..4 N tll N line or esld IIW SW ,, Mrs. W. A. Black! \isitoil! relatives!
!I. '? of S1/W -------- : 8 22 10 E B Shipman--. ......?.. .. }: of
of SEVi: of %\ of SWVi\ __ 4.GO '1. thorn E .to ben. _________?___83 8 21 2t a C Swosit -_._.. 8.0 in Javksonvillo first of tho wrok.J. in stiloons, iis was so often the case, I r
W 1V4 A _23 622 NW% of ox0AInNF\ ('ora
? ?x of SEaofSW'ex2Aln\ 4 fir ae A Ell Grabam 4.88 SWV NEI/\"rln\.:Iv" ,x 2 AA1AnS NECnr .1. Mcl-coil wall transacting business and in nn atmosphere of liquor and

jw Co-22 8 22 18 D P Pullum I I a NW Cor A In drunkenness
.W'/i of NWVi of SEVi\ & SWVif -_ 8.89 (,; Cur a NW'4 or SE\4\ cx 11 in Starkc 'rum tlny.
W'S of ?' It'/1 -----------.22 8 23 AfnNECur& IAin SE: Cora I believe in I
29 "Personally
of SWVi of NEVi -- --_22 8 22 1:0: Anton J B El1IolO :' _ 6R0 4 A In R WCor __._________93 8 22 T1 Moe. N AlvA En.p __ .___._ 22.11Blk MISH J'naia THanrhurd returned to prohibit! i,
ven J A In SW Cur oTs ir-; of Ptan2o _. -__.__ 4 .1 111 .10bn. Sub Div or NEI,4 her homo Saturday after spending! because In n long experience t have
... Alva Ena __ .... LSD!
-W'A; _112 8 22 of NE", _83 I 22 4 2.1 N ,
? ?
---------- -- ? 7 Unknown -- ---
A nf -NVi' Of 8EV of SWIJ ____23 8 2a I .I L Silcox __.--.._____? 8,89 SI 42 : ttE-) ev W :', rho. AS several days in ako Butler visiting. seen the evil and degrading elTects of :'
-- -- --- --- ------ 8.10
hut portion of SW'/ of SE' ,. A : NEV NE'ex the
SWVi of SEVi of SE;!, S of Perk W 2q, .hn. h _______.-______9. 8 220 Jo"n L Green, __ ..__u___?___ '.07 relatives.V. liquor traffic! and do not 1"lIo1''n

---.- ___. 8 22 20 Ernest Wunderllck .. 11.18 S'; of NW'/t of NE!( less 21'i \ F.. Torodo was transnctiiiR bu"incBR i- that it can bo safely played with anY'morp
-. "in"A A E GOO fi"of"tn'e 'S lB -- ------ mJuIre. 1 In sit Cur-C N-10 A .'
\ of SW'/4 of BW',. N of pub "; foC} rl WAv"f NEV in Sturko Monday. t than can dope or dynamite. '.\
road _________________ C'In" of CorA -A "
in -? 28622 21 E B 1 iln, not think that the
SW'/ of SEVi & E!% of SEVi- Shlpmnn -- ___u_________ 17.43 A SW'of' :NEVI 10 11andll'lI.. W. J. Hiirdon!!: and buhy ,.

.! SW'i S of Peek mail ________.24V'o 8 22 87 L r. SW Cur a e I .8.t i .E'A 81.:1: _____ .__ __29 8 in I'lf} Pr.cntt --------?---- 811. I': ..hlt8MlOll A ___ __, .___ .94 6 22 U M... N Alva Emey _. ___.....__ 11.911
? MI1/ I -____II____IIIII__26NE'l 6 22 xU : Wfnil'lr.-1c:: -------...-.-- RA4 \ A In NE Cur of NWV4 of N the old regime: but if thorn are those 1
of NWVi! u ---------_______80W 8 23 40 Mn r'mlt: 'r E -- -.-.-,---- BA,_1 2\\v !, __'______________-____8.. 6 22 A Tom nft",. _. __ ___-_..__.___ 4 QA who think otherwise the orderly
Uadurhill -- -------. S.U R6 22 J. 1L1 IInd l of naino
ErIN.NNNI1q sin
of 9W of NW"4: & ofN'WM Mr.[ and Al Dye ,
/ N4} l rs.!
\ of swvi ex a B a-i; A _.__211 8 22 ,0 POlty A Drew .otof SE t re T4 in *. Cnr; :.31 d 22 : k JL GGIi,! .. :_:::::::::::::: 7.89: Mr. procedure Is open to Iliem lint-took
---- --- 11.13 II A In SE Cur or NE' ofF4 Jacksonville, spent Sunday
i Ain NW Cor of SWV, of BE'/ 27 8 22 square !.
WV4 of NK'/4 of SWV, of NK" -_.-_27 8 22! 2 8 ten' Nullie. 6ScAupea. ---..---- 183 :' _______________.:_____9.. 6 22 8 H'nM' flAY I. __.__________u_ II 61NI'y and Mrs A. M. Dlanchard. place in enacting th l) prohibition
M0r2amt : I
c'.m at NIC Cur of SE'/i' of NE'4 -- ..---- 168 or I'IW'' or SKV _...________8. 8 12 10 r. If MArko -------t-------__._ 2 2'IRRIt amendment. "
A run W 882 ft, thence South. ';.rr (" --- --------------- 6 220 Ton. Davle! -------------------7.5'; C. U. Siipp.: of Ptarke spent! neveraldays i.
.nnu-rly. to pt iiiK ft W of Sim SW NWk1 A Nt4 of SWV26 6 22 120 C C CrIRt. -_ .-- .-...-.. .
aide :" of SI.v4 6 22 10 Tillie / In Lawtey la \vct-k..
t lit-nca inon aouthi-aatorly S of SE'4 6ul of ft NEVi to a Stag of SE44-::-=:::::::::::::: 6 22 /0 g g Sw' .t :: :::::::::::::::::: UgS' lIfrs. Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville .IMEIIIC.1ISEFi11ENU': !': :

,l I IJO ft on mold Si.. line, thence (. ,..f I\E': &E'4ofNE'4 of" N
K I 1JO ft to lire line thuncif Nmn visited relatives: in Lawtey lastweek.

Si-c ICnrWtoOfbeeNE. ---______27 < 22 12 roll' A DIndian rew __._____ 8.02 Muth1961Wtt
Lord .
MO Cor of W VNW'1 -- u. \ !I O GUI Cod, thy mighty hand
of SB'i; nf MS,I', <& 0' SW'I 7 22 Po 1\1 M s ,'fhTlnn------------------ 111mt 1
1 1111 t Hi made free
of 7.80 C. B. Cation of Jacksonville, visited < our country ;
245! W 11)0 ft N SW'8 7 Unknown
un S ft. 2U ft, 22.0 -- "--------------
i ion ft to beir _____.28 8 23 $ of 8Wtx j--\- In 'N\V-\ Saturday and 11'011nil her broad/ and happy land
m ton ft W of 00--NE:--Cor---of-- WVi} Ro9hbtd6 -.----.---- 6.49 ('or _______________u_______ 2 22 21 (1 If MIk.\ __ __ _________.__-_ 0.76 I rrllttive6 in Lawtey
51.1% of ----------------------5- 22 40 1 C Gnlnry 0.81N May worship rise. to Thee;
I NWVi of SEV4 of NK' A -- Sunday.
138 1 ft. W 1It, N 1MB run it, 211 A ill \Vl i"sw}; :::::::: 3 ; 22 25 TTrnrv Mdrltll-i Sr': :: ::::::::= 7.59NI2 : Fulfill the of her
of SW'4 It 22 0 Crhrl. __ 2.117Ni14 J. U. Howe spent 1fllw days In promise youth
t K,; 1 tog uf ft Ulk to 4 bun ns exU-nJi'd- -on- En--28 6 22 Otntva Tow'n. ..."',_,_,-_ 8.48 OfolYb_ ____::::::::_::::: 8 ; 22 40 Nr Cohlmnn: --: -:::::::::::: 7.61)WI : Jackmmvillo lust week with rein liven.Oeorjre Her[ liberty defend ; .

'., ". of Sit") 'hr SI1\1.: a SE4! of ,
nrltc tov n oi Murki.
NEVi> v map of 8 U REV; or SF.'t __ 4 1 U 811 fir Po 1\1 Webster __ _______.-___ 1106N'tt Anderson of Slttrke, was n By: law and order, love nnd. truth j
,m 40 ft .J".r'l'l3woo'iiil if2H H L Ony _______..__. 52.23 or NE'4 of NWV of NWy.,.._ 4 1 22 R (1 C Swoat ........._ ...BAWIt America '
5 run N 105 ft, E 38 ft 1 In.. or NW'.', ot :::1\\ "4 -----___.. 4'7 21 20 itnknewn-------------------- .. &' '' business vlnltor to Lawtoy Tuesday, befriend.,
NW 4 T 22..0 G C _. _._____._.____ $
lOG ft to Cull .at thonca W to rN ::. Sr'cllt m Mrs. J. H. Cnrrodino and children
s\vi' :
,..K oriK town of Starke, In NE'i Corn nt (. 'r of 1'E"1':
f SWVi ___ .. .._.28 a 23 a 0 run E 7:11I: f5. 9 IHO) ft. W 130ft I loft Thursday for their old. homo inAliisissippb The strength of every Btnte increase
n -- -- Mr. N. Alva Enwy ... 89.51 __________._ _____ __ 9.101
< lot un N s ideuCallx l. 621"i ------ N IHO Ct tn L'y. 8 1 22 8 Amy Les __ .. ___ In Chain '
Union's ,
Dr. rarrodino will remain ; I
"I 1 E N by Jftli'rsun at, W SI'v: ___________._______. I T 22 3 'Ccnryln' .1'ohn.ol1 __ ._ _____._-;.__ 1.053SEt4 nwhililo look after Her thousand cities fill\ with
of Vliln V. Human S by of NWII _____ __ ._____ 8 1 230: J 'r Bevra ____ .._____.._____ 8.111 here\ for peace,
all utrt-i-t & E by Blk 5,4' or N1.I", oC NWV1 A SWt,4 ofNW" their property Interests cant of Law Her. million field with jrruint I
of SUirko In NISI' of 17. orlirvn a RW'.I ________________ 8 7 12! 210 n 11 FI'nllh ___.______._.__. .41.89Ii
rl'tk-28: 6 22 H S John .. __m___________ 1-1.28 I s RWt4 1 7 22 20 1.11110 Womb' 8.11 tey. The virtues of her\ mingled IMond} J.
1 of Lot 1 & Lulu :l ,r7 : : : Jl'r{ -- --------- ----
rl, arty of Stark In 1 NE''r ;" W- filled his In one new people blend
SW. town NEV_\*_ I or NW4 ..-_n______ __ ___ T 7 22 60 G C Sweat __ __.______________. 10.12 H ,,jj 2 tit l Hlk 27 orlit town--of-28t a 22 Coniumon Lumbar Co ........ 21.611 Ono, A nn N end or Wof NWV. at S1It','Jenny Sunday.\ ISy unity and larolh'rholltl."lIwrll ;
I! or 1'11; F. .r Sty __________. 8 7 22 1 llarrlnl O.tnm 2.81 r
: .. -
Mi'of __
Slnrke., 'II In vxt4ndi-d. MV En.,.' '. 2g 8 22 Contumon Lumber Co ........ 21.24 NW'I, "rliE'" px IU A In SE Cor. 0 1 2a 811 C II Msrke __ _____._._______. R.RIIWI'1 Julius Eunice, of Port Tampa/ BpentSunday befriend,! ,
rig town aa of SUrku on in NEVi)" map of I < orIIWL ____ ____________10 1 240 A J llriaia __ .________u.._.. 7.10 with hU family I
8WI., or NI.;II, a SWI, of SEt. oti
J..1Wl'4.t .. lk-ili---M--ji;; ;; ,--,-,add-; -28I 6 22 A D Andrea .. _______._.__ 9.21 i NW', -_____________________ 7 22 GO T .1 '.t'.i' rmsn; J E FutchL Mr. and MrR. 1Ift1I'IW"I
lo Htarke' In SB' of SW'4 --_._-28 0 22 N Alva Ensoy __ _.. ____...__ 11.00 I.nnulry ------ -_ __ !' with ri'latlvi-H 'Tlie gospel of good-will ;
; link\ M :; or NW'. ___________.__11 7 22 .0 111.. FIIPnl..lh: C Criaia- __ _. 11.11 Highland aunt Sunday
Ld 2 of SJ J Juhna' add NF4;' of aw'}. n.. ___.________.11 7 22 411 M W Orlfflo __ _____.__________ 7.B9 I And thu joy of .lesim'
' Starko 2 4 of liJl Si'J!1 1 J..rMs Wahne:!'I ;-add. .28 5 22 Mra Mnrlha" Gatlln .. ._..___... 8.18LoU All .. _If 1 22 810 1'.1. lfnls. __ _- ..________.... 01.81B' near here. may name J I II
'.. of NE', A / went to Jacksonville J In !bosom' thrill.
StArke In SK'/i of W6"oi- .ik-28 9 22 J T Qululi-r .. ......._._..... 4 86 4N1'1ofNW!!: aW'jofSWt1 MM. It. Howe! I every

17 3 J &M Johns N 20 add ft nf to I.nt.Slurke In SE!: ; It !''IRII _Uh_ _________ _11 1 23 490 1'0111 Broe __ _. _u._.__..____.. '72.U 'II' Tuemhvy where she will upend, N '
mi: of SW", lli-j6--; 7-x; --r:-i.--ji-28 6 22 ;J T Qulnli-y .... .............. 21.84 a \IFfl.:; bW'7 23 140 M. Po 11 Ike. _._.m_.______ 20.51RIV lavs with relatives. Thy holy reign extend; .

UH S8V 4 rf ,Aw." _________.______U 1 22 40 r. II Rlvrre __ __.______.__.... 7.69 ." Reddish returned, homo Tuesday lly faith and hope and charity,
10 of Blk 47 & all Blk 48 J MJohnH 'HMC
.. ________._.__.__
N'" or 3 NI' 'J NE'I, or NW'4 _..__18 7 Ia! _
add to l Starke In SEVi of R'/ IIr NEI'; __..___ ___________?18 7 22 NO flrrtNkU Dn. __ ....__-___.. 11.71'S' from Crystal River, where ho hud America befriend., k
SWVi ------- ---- -- -28 ft 22 N Alva. Cni. .___ 9.54 ___ __________
r --------- oC RII'I -- __ _____-.--18 1 22 80 W 111'1.,1. __ ____ I4.U
Lout 3 1 2ofDlkit LlvinintonTruby ( I All lIE'4' or RW V N or Ry .__111 1 22 8" J huntJunta __ .____.___.___ 1.80 aunt 11 few dayit with relatives.Demiinc Henry van Dyke.
& Co'a add
WV-j} of NEVi -----tu--_Stark_____?_m_.28VV'x. 6 22 N Alva Enwy 8.10 Com TII y.,,1. W 0' SB Cor or Sro Mann wan a visitor to thu
----- ---- III) III run W NO )',1.. N 70 yde: .
(? of Hlk 8 LIviniTMton. & I FJ Mil vde. S' 70 yd. 10 brit ____19 7 22 1'm Kal.b) __ __._._______...__. 10.07 county seat WIII.lny. TKI.KfiUAI'll'S: : ; IIONOIt:< KOII.Nanu'H ..
o'. Sub Dlv of NI't: of NB'y..2B; 0 83 Roue Cox .. .. 4.86n Cum ,
--- ---------- ftt SN ('or or Sro 19 A run .
W' of Lota 12 & all LuU 8 4 of Ilitfhhiml, wax -- .
.W man I Hurry Wimlwrly,
ur' I ft. N 8118 M-IO It to n ptof
Hlk 17 A W'", of LoU 1 2 & b.II'. Ih'nr. N 216 8-IU n.oJ : i'f Thoselio I'ujd iSiilmcrip
llllc visitor to Idiwtey Sunday.; *
all Lot of
4 14 Llvlnimtim I I 111" 11. B Illn ft. F. 818 ft. S 111 n
Truhy & Co' Sub Div of NK'iof 3-10 ft. W 420 Ct In bee ________19 7 n PV Rwln.I1 _. ____.?__.__. ".ro I Mrs. C. W. George viited relatives. I inn During May'
: NEVIBik -- ruby.213 6 82J PEilna rullum __ __._. -_________ 20.08 hot Heeelrr'si add Hsmoton _IO 7 22 Smkh 1.08 4 133 l.lvlnvHtoll; i '(' j; : Rut: J f In Raton odd 1ti Ifnmuton :.19 7 22 7.c'11. hlnmy-: :::--:::::::::: 106 In Starke! Saturduy

W A U, Co'a of tilk Sub fU:Div LlvltiuKlon of i NE'-i' Truby of NU'/i.i8; & (8 J 83 Jackjnn __., ____..______ 4.80 lot Lute. n 1 In 2 1I0t.on 3 4 R odd 8 or In Hllml""n Ink 18 In..19 1 22 MUM"I 1t.IIIIIn __ _____._____ ".0:1:$ I S. W. Leach of, Jacksonville, wan a T. Cj Carter E.: P. Dnruvin, Mr.

Co'a Sub Dlv fdvlnNExt1v1n[ NEl/-28: 6 22 R \M Jenklna .. _._______._.___. 13.08 i Ilampinn. 7 23 W 8..n1. 1.158 visitor, to Lnwtey Sunday, John l'hilliJlM..1. C. Oritlts: :Mrs. Cnth-
of Illk .111 & Iota U 16 ;;.f -11IkI41I,-;-':;i.;-::I: T 22 W J1B,)i .:-__:::::::::::::::: 18,61Lot. : "
Ultae137Sub: Iliv of NEVi\ uf NK'i .28 6 22 Unknown. -- -. .--.--..-----. 2.80 ., 5St7NOnf81k14a' Lod I Minn Ileulah Sapp, of Starke, IB urine! Terre! N. G. Hayes, Frank Murphy

: IIH! Livliiimton, 'l'rllh01\; I 10 II I II of Bib 16 In llnmpton' __11I 1 23 A A M.nonnl.1. .. ____________ 2T. 2I few ilayM with friends, in J. L. Parmenter, H. I L. Peek E.
Cu'< Sub Hiv of M-1' nf M.28 6 22 10.08 a
A or; en kl n. '" rjienilinK
--------- SE'\ ev A In SW (' 7 22 kboker 11.71
\M j,' of Ulk IU Livinintoti, ruby; ACo'a .. I 1'2 "Aotn RE Cur 02, NE'K of N Vr'4:: 1 7 22 r: i: JI Ketch -_--..:::::::::::::: 2.00I741. : 1 Liiwley.MiftM M. Futch A. A. ll.i/.en ('. I.. Peek, J. f
Sub Div of Nt.1; of NK"; ; _."S 6 22 B E3 Snoll ....0 '' '
-- ------- ------ of SE14 of NW',
1 Lola 2 t of Illk 41 Llvlnioton Truhy I ;'( : ----- -- 19.20 (I.inillllcrmlon\ 1 \Incl'I'nnY'1! i D. Hunter, T. U. Dyal .J, II. Florrld, I'

6 Co'a Sub Dlv of NL'< of N Ail ____________2:1: 1 22 81" I'anl.. Stone------------------ "I RII C t/
H. II. U. 8.
------- -- -- 1 at t the Wigglito rills Dolton
fcV4 ; -28I 6 22 W E Snail .. ---.--....--.--, 8.11 I All .__ __ _. _____________U 7 22 8411 I I'nlll urns.. __ ___._____u___.. I1I.MO npeiit; Saturday and.l Sunday ,
I <>l a of Blk 4i Li i jj.rr;;; l : A All ..x WII. of SW St -______-----213 1 2$100$ I'e...1 11...... __ ____________..__ MII.42 1 homo of Mr. and Airs ((It".. L. Kulih. : Carter F.:. Hilhard, Mrs C'. McCer- l
0..4 Sub Div of Nl'V i of NE'/j _28 6 22 Julliw Butler .. _.___.______._. 2.80 WI4 "f SW'-------------------- 22' 1111 nnxrklvn r.nn.1 Co __ ______. 11.7:1: /
(Ilk in Livingston Truhy A 1 IN! "1 511114 A N4 1 22 12U Paul Bow _. __.__m__n_._____. IU.81 J./ II. Howe and HOD, Clyile, were mick) W. .1. Epperson':;'; Wash KoliersonT ,
Co> Sub Div oC NK1,, uf M-'i .28 6 22 A 0 ;Jenkins -. __-__.____-___ 4.B4 Four In NW Cor l'l"N of 1W-26 : )
:M. W. L.
Hagan Johns W. II.
NK. of link .U l.lvinmtun. Truliy, AClo' i ,4, of NWV4 .x I A for ch..h _21 1 22 8 Jonllio Hlchon l.n business visilorn to Hampton Monday. 1
--- ---
Sub PIr of NE'4! ot NE', .28 6 22 H G Fliifonl _. -.-----------. 4.88 N" .r N A or NI':" tit I Miss Kva: Kutch returned homo Saturday Smith, Walter, Green, 4..1. Prescott,
Lana 1 & ilk I 4/i LIvlnuHlon f I F''II" or NWII a NWo! or NW'/,27' 1 22 240 full new __ __...?______..... 41.BO
Truby &: Cox Sub VI i\' of NI!:',. 1'1: : or '; ..r NI'-'I:' ____________2R 1 22 211 Wm. 'lth'r _. ____._______.__. 4. n:1: from Jacksonville, after i penil- :Bliss Ida Sweat, Misa Plnkio irillls: ,
of NE' --------------28 6 22 Sarah Scott ....______._.__ 8.82Truhy :'" ..f SW1' or NW"i --- --_____ 7 22 211 J II Wilson, __ ____....._.____ ..0:1: I there with relative L. I.. Leath'If. L. Johns 1Ir.V., L.
k !
Lou 2 A 8uTii 46 Livingston I" NW'' oC SWL' 9 or Ry-13 Inir three week

& CVa Sub Ulv of NE'4! N'r; of 8 or 7 22 83 P J Prnwe -- __..m________. 8.10 I Is'l" I The revival. Mirviven. whit began' Bugg W. II. A"'xllllllt'r. It. M. Alvarez
of NE", --- ----. ---_.-28 8 23 Sarah Scott ...____.__._.__ 353 A N1I of NW 14'rU i
Lot 2 of lk4ij Livlninton&;; j Truby; A I REII', -_ --____________-___?-4R T 22 60 W 0 Arab _______.__.___-__. n.6\1\ the, first part of last week at the Ilapehuwh '1'. Williams, O. C. Cody, I F. A.
Cur Sub Ulv4ofofBlkNF44"., of NE'i ...28Lota 6 22 Luc, Foolish _. -;.--.----- 4.88 NW61 or NF.b: ; -____________ 1 22 .111 Unknown 7.\1.\ Friday Hess I. S. Gamble e.! L. Cailyard: C. '
1 2 13 I In Temple'* keg. ot NE I'.r or I"t M Rllh DIv I I tist will continue to ,

add to Stork in of NE'',< of NW' of N''k ,f.f.r;;E' ,: NW" a mmw evening fit this week. Besides Dr. K. Neal, I, II. ,/I Bishop, Carl: C. Hose,
A part ot W' ot KyA 10 AU W 106 ft, NNO !
; NE, Cor orSKVl of .N\\(, .28 8 22 II A Shaver Co ........____.___ 21.81$ ft 1' br0_ -.- --20 7 22 W ro McCarr .. ...____._.___. l.n I riulli'M, of, Starke, who IK ably l ""..I'It-1'Cyxun, Susie Dell Dr. W. E.; MMdleton -
All '. add. Stnrko k--i s-1--iii;
Illk It Temil| <- to Iole.t5 of ) tN
In NEVi of NWl-: part of WM, 1, of NW''_ -------___________ T 2Z 4 W..lh.r W"lt..n __ _____._.___. 7.89Ft intf Itev. Boyer. tho pastor, I. W. Plnhiilsler. Jr., II. F.

if NE'.j of' NW'j W of Ky_A_ _NE_-_ _Cur____ _ofSEV4 __28 6 22 bin Eunice C Cnnova .__._..__. 42.80 N 4 'i lyhui I nlW'.fIIMnAot: '': right ;I 1IIdt of the Methodist ,church \Vooilnrd, rM.: Hiizen: Mrs O W. 4

Lots 4 & 5 of Ulk Itt/ Temple's r x'a -- 1 22 /. E H Junta .. ----..-----.- __ 84.111 South arid C. J. Ifcinmitt, of d'raco: Wnlnwrlght, A. II. Alvarez!, I K. D.Cownrt r
mid to Starke in WT'', of NW" Lola; 7 : Ii l 50 11 l 12: 13: 1/ :;t"DiJ"BO '

.A part of W'ti of N1CU I W of Ky 4 In Jlllm.n_ ----__________a0 7 22 M.. looter Jun... __ ___.___.._._ 11..1. I (church are helping In the meetlriKi.While J. W. Edwards: T. N. Ken-
NK; of of NW 23 6 22 W .M Turner ..... -- 21.84 Lan 8 or 1
Cur SEVi ---- -- IIlk :11I In U..mplon alt E I the wI'nlh..r him born unfavoralile drink K. li. !1'revalt, Mrs. L. M. HowlIng -
Lot 1 Illk 23 T.niiltadd| to Sturke NU rt_ ---------------_______ 7 22 W 0 1I.ala __ __________........ .35 very
in NE'/t of NW''::1 A purl of W '"j I All W'4' rr SE'of' RWI/. W oRy : the church han been comfortably J. 1 I. MarivJ. II. Kelly, A. V. 1'1'('- '

of SE"o4I' NW W of, -.,__&_._NE_.._Cur_____or__28 6 22 Jnmc Croon Eat .. ...__..___. 2.18 NWIof\ Nw!_f- -::::::::::::---90---- ; 22 22 40 7 u.'I N I"t!: :: : : tilled, at each service; Much vutf, Oliver Junes !Mrs Susie H. 1 44

LoU 10 11 or Illk _T Tumple'ia I ''SI:"' or NW''; A NSr .r SWil ____80 1 22 1211 N J' l'"ullwn __ u _.________? 21.H" i intereHt in buiiiK Liken In the meetings Chestnut, It. II. Sullivan, W. 1' Byrd, h hL
part of W'j of NEIL' W of Ky, t fiR', a NI.of NEt4 or 8E''!,. __Ra 7 22 100 W F. 11",1 __ .________.__._ riot only by the lbtptlstn[ but by V. !Moore; :Mrs\ Edna E.: Watson, '
A NE Cop of Sli'' ot NW 28 a 22 M.... Florence E Brooke ------- 8..0 IRW"I, of NW r _____n___________:44. 1 22 40 W.; AII."o" __ _________._____ 7.810
Lota 6 7 8 of Hlk C Rmlnir'K. odd; NW"I" or f'lWl' 84 7 22 4" Paul IJ..... .. ____u..___..___ 1.BII membern of other churches, Miss Carrie Uglow, :M. II.' Carter. ..

of to vth Htarka street In NW_ ___}._--of___NWVi_______S__28. a 22 Dr P D m.k. __._____._._ 8.12 ''Sry" J of tNf'I' t .t of-NE'of-_------_--_-8RVA4_---::g 7 7 g M: G u nknown M Ifonnett.: :::::::::::::: IlHJo I UPV. Alfred Ivundenforner: pastor --. --

iute12n49tOlLI2of Hlk 8 ;'., "f N 8)tNF11rx R 8 A k ,'of' (;rare Mcthoiliit "ilmreh now pastor Silas [Kite spent Saturday and Sunday
J of Madison a W uf Walnut ata28Lota 8 22 Fred Bock ._.______.._.-_____ 13.35 '' a NEIof Si'Iof 1 of the :Methodist church at /.uphyrhlilH In Tampa with relatives. ?Jr I
1 a a 4I\ 10 11 1.4 oN Blk 4 ( a WIAof SW yof X
J () AlvamM add to Starke S E''' -------______________.95 T 22 10 P If 1'1..1 __ ____..._.--_.-___ 13.4/S/ stopped l over (between trains! --- -- ---
of < W of Walnut BM.-28 a 23 Fred Bk, --------.---. 8.18 5A11 u! NW'of' NE'of' :Monday morning to "hnk hands, with ( ()\IISHIONF.HM' HAI.K:
Lola: B 6 7 8..nof Blk 4 J O Alvarea'l I I Ito : ___-_-__--_---.-__--_--. 2 8 23 14 S P Uufl'ord _. _....__...._._._ uc1 ll.n'liy nolliw. la .sloe that umlrr. and brvirtilu f
add to Starke S uf Mudiaon A W 1 lnry at fiuarter lee line on half r ;j hill many friends here. He wan on his (if lliat, aurlain il,<..rH* ti( partition ma.l of Walnut aw 00-_ __________28 8 22 .I T Quhllc -_. 8.18 mile pout on N lln/ of See 2 A "f'" and t.nti'rnl In the Circuit: Court for UrailfiirilI f
One lot in Starke 8:', ft E A W run S :110 devrrm. 1.18: ft for a j v way to Athens Tenn., In the interestof ",,,,,.., Miirlilil., in chancery alttlnic. 011 the t
by 210 ft N A S .boundtxl S by tartmir. pt aalil nt belnv. 50 ft I the ccntenrmry movement I7lh liny of Msi,. A. U. IUJJ In favor of it,. ,
Hogan all.,. W by Day :St A" N from center of Ry track thence rwl.y-,w. I.. U...... eiiniplalnaiil, anil. auam' .t J. IT. Drawb
by JackHon ----- -28 8 22 W M Holllnmworth .---.--- 8.40 !S 84'. dncroea E parallel, with I Dennis Mann wan a visitor to the ala, lit ilufi'mliinta, the unilumlicnHiJ aa eomtnlaiilfini.ra .
Lola 26 26 1.t2Ij aY UK iii-4.. of Ky nil ft, then* N oft 14 flrirreea will nir, ..r and sell In front of the t
Blk a R N Dowllmc'a. add toStarka K: 411 ft. thune.: N 84 V4 devree county seat Wednesday.The front iliH.r ot th. aourtluiiMa In Stark.. )'Inr.I. {
In NE>4 of SE<* ________29 8 22 R AThoma* .......___.-- 8.10 W to ft, theni-e 65'devn. a W election held Saturday for the lila, iliirlnir tho 'local noun uf ..1.> on Mon
Lola 2 II 8" ill 32 38 U4 JB 38 of 4) ft to pt of hey In NWV4 of day the tin) day. of July. A U. ItUI, tn the
Blk 8 R N Dowllnica add. to I NE'., .__ 2 I 22 B C Ow.l"" .. ___. ___._.___.._ 4.17 purpose of electing three, trustees for httfhmt' unit. l>mt bidder fur ...h In hand, auh
Starka in' NE'4 of lit'4 ________29 8 23 C H Mark .. _________.__ 8.18 SR'1 or NWI. a W..... ot NW% A Joel tu that <.rtaln mur'......, from fully A.
Lot 8 of Blk 13 in t.iiuklna add Rw4 --------------.- I 8 22 2ltS W C F..ter _. ..--_-__._-__._. 82.8ot Lawtey school and fixing the milla JlE': Draw anti J. K. Draw, her huahand. lu the
to Stark.. ___________._______--2 8 23 Mr Ll..le Holllnn.worth ._ -- 10.98 I NEI. f.r NE}, e 8 22 4U Unknown __ __ ___..__.___...__ 1.GO'' resulted aw. follows : Hank cjf Htttrkn. a voriHiratlun, for the sum P
Lot 7 of Slit 13 In Caaklna add E"1 '/ a of f 4WIO and Interest from June Ha, 11)1(1. !
lo Stark* ----------------9: II 22 W H Ilolllninworth .. .__ 289 t.F'a: :'W ,: .Nj. ,1 ex't} :f A. II. Harley, 67. at ton per. pent per annum aalil. mort...". .b...
Blk 13 in Uaakina add to 8t.rk29 8 22 4 M M Martin .. _.______.__ 12.78 W'4 of HE'}. or !l1'.1, 9 I 22 UO John LeRoy. nlitchllllOn ___ 14.98W' Ins rimlr4. In Murtvauv. II.Kik "V" Pan '
Lota 1 t 15 18 lew E i O l ft A" half of NE1.or; NE'tv.a NWI;% of J. L. Harrell, 132. KHIl, "f the Huhlln Record uf Krailfunl dran.ty .

Mr kM E In 20 NE ft Cor In of Stark SEVt! _-of-_-SEVt?-__29 8 23 G C Sweat ._ ...__.___.._... 8.10 a Ew.t' a .N ::t tv/.E: 'h J. li. Rowe 49. lu-Wltl. Florida I the fulluwinii. dmerlbiid. property }

Two A in NW of SE'i' of 8KM W'.4 nf SI'1' of NE', of NW1,4 _.11 8 22 28/1 I. M Langley -. ..-..---.--- 61.1511t MM. T. J. Terry, 1. The Wept Half of Southwest <)uart.r of
\ A < A ;Caw Cor of NE'4 y AWtof 14W'/4 _-.9 22 Unknown -- -- .. .....-.. 1.82 I Northwest. Qnart.r and North Hull of Northwest
of SE4'! -_-____._________._29 8 21 T R A Thomas -. ._____. ___.. '.24 -ro ;; : : : : T. J. Terry, 20. Quart of uuthw... tjijart. of Sep-
Nm, A in SW Cor of SF.L.' of SEVi J. II. Moore tl.m 2A. Tuwnihlp 8. South of Hunwa 'U baat.nintalnlnv .
A W 2 A of SEVi of SEVi: _..;;..** 1 n 11 Mr V Torruolla .. -____._. 21.24Unknown a E 146 rt of 8F.o! SW',' 4H aces miira or lope, also .baainnifiK -
S IV* A of the folTowlmf doMribadplM : A l. s'"wr NW" of S I/ L. II. Hill, 1. at tha Northoaat Corner of Month-
of land to-wit': lWII.t apt W A a : of 57)11 of SFt .a.t Quartar of Northeast Quarter of S 4- ,
210 ft H of NW Cur of NW I4 a ,R, "r N\4\ Df 8EI.4' .x II C W. F. Godwin, 1. tlun 27. and run Wept am fog thence Honth.rrly .

of SEVi A run S T liH-lOO chna, A 1ft l'IE Coo N of By. ._____._18 I 22 111 Brooklyn Lend Cu _. .__.____.. 1.,23 Tax levy-3 mills. :86 I 5 mills 25 A In Mouth line of "'Ollth..t Quarter of ,
H 8 81-100! ehna. N 7 au-IUO chna. API 52114 ,! SE14 : OforR"N 8 Ain ; ; N..rth.ant tjuartvr 220 fret w..t uf _lion 4
W B nt-10 chna to bnr In NWVint NF. Cor of '!, ", ofBEV mills. 1.WANA"IAKElf Una t
throe ountlnua Himthvrly SHU fart to
: ___ 8.89 sprint
_. .. ..
_29 8 22 2 8% A
8EH, --_--_-- -- 1fI\; .x :: 14 In IM feet Wr t of aalil. 8 etlon Llna i
W lob ft of Lot 8 A E TM'.j ft of SB Gar: .h I 8l, of thaneBolt 1JU feet 'rtxllon Line,
of NSW RE'4 .. RNW44n-f ._.____..___ __ __.______...__ 2021
Lot 4.I In SE Cor of NE1"* E Chaa ._.____..... 7.19 ---- -113 I t2 III I N Cable ._ _- UlUiKS ENFORCEMENT thence North lo the of baiitnnintf orHxllon '
23 Mr Mary N N '
-_- --6 2. r \f Wt, a 'il, Townnhlu *, South, Hanita Jti Kiul,
W. of NE'V4 a W'. of AE'' "of"Nt'i \ ?.14 6 22 s.o R" Clayton .: __ _______ __. fll'I' Mil : OF .'!tom JlITICJSr eontalninif U men muiw or fau j pad abuvadiwvrilMiil I4 '
4NdAof E''hof( NWVi "W"I .4 NWot 855/!: ______---16 I 12 20fl L of 1..n..I.. ,. _. ._ ___.__.--___ 29/11 landa lyliin en.$ lialntf in the County ,
of SEVi A N 8 A of W'-j!, of __._.____ 18.38 Lot { __ --.- _21 I U 88 Unknown __ _. __ _____._.____ 7.119 nf Ifrailforil' and stale of lurdla.. '
______ ___ 8 22 Hannah Brymer Etn Wv, fit 8W" NEyof SW'44 A I
NW!}. of HE''. _____ 30 74 \ In letter received few days C. A. .KNKJM'I' '
a a
S 8 A of Wof NE Vt of NE}' S'4 or NWV4.\ .__. .21 IJ 22 18/1 Columbia Farm Land Corp. _._.29.81 r T' .' "- un'lN, ;
: I'IW'' or ______.__ ,..T4 _________ .__ 7 M1tSF.t "/ I
A NVn" Of NV, of NEV' of N .. ......_.______.. 81* NW:2: It U 411 Dar) lsml.y the Philadelphia enforcement K. L. slues r
21IU C Sweat of ....
8 .. U9
| J4NE 13 .
-1 '
-23 6 22 '
(,.% of "NE'i--.- -"_""n I IsK 8 7 W C Harrla .. __._.___.____... 2.50 .1 NE : -.;. -0-A In--N-;; 4" Allan'2p' --- -- -- league from John Wanamaker, the K M. JOHNS. CommlMlonanf, '
8.72 .
1J 1-3 A of BE'. of NE4.81 8it 11 Ardell Leonard -?--?- (0I, A. E'... IIf. NW'A NE'4 ofSW' nationally known merchant and philanthropist Wderlur, ,. for Complainant. IRt.430
W 2. 2.8 A of SE'4' of NE1... *xI '.. a AE,. ot SWV t..o 10
._. 8 89
A aohl J W Alvaraa .-.- -11 1 II 17 Alva Leonard -.-._ A 1ft III': Cur ---___.___ IJ 22 IRO Bnoklyn land Co ---------- 8 ..nW'1 heartily endorses the 18th ---
Com at NE Car of SW'. of f1RV iA { ur IIE\I.\ ror NWi! ----.--- I 22 20" Oren Speed ___._._ 8.11 No Worms in a healthy ChildAll
run W I 1-3 ehna S 12!,4 ehna.I I 3 A n' SW' or NEv.----26' : ; 8 2a U W F bull.. __ __oOn ______-'__ a1 amenlment.Ve quote a,* follows :
1-8 chna N ll'i! chna to __ 8.48 El ?4W'A E: S: et WVj of "Thero be real difference of ehlldmi l/ouhlatl. with Worma have in un.healthy .
:.,. : __ _31 a 22 8 Carrie McFaahlon ._ of NE ........... I. 8 22 MH Da.fa Donley 111.01 can no oulur. which Indicates poor, blast!, end aarula. a

a's of-NEy .x Ain NE Leonard __ ____ 889 opinion regarding the necessity for itiar. U mora or l lees auimarh dlaturbaoca.CKove's .
-81 6 22 29 Alva
(sr '_ 1 TASTELESS: CHUJ TUNIC uivn mi..- I
"ln"S the enforcement of this. law as well
lot"of land E 1l ,
Oa 14M It .quar.._ __82 6 2] Green. Hamilton -- 180 116m7r..w -(41".. tap tI.ut the QuIolM Tal Moto Mot Ailed II" IVcJr : 'lady for roo" or three weaka will enrich' the blood.Improve .
Cor of of SE'-i
NWt: ; r ui any other law that has been placed 1".dItJoo.endllCl.'..........!StraDiit
of NEViS
Com A run at S: 2<:ft of. E SW'i 9955 ft, 2 4 .. .... _YkalJaY' a"" y .>y .,..rtfrto.1 ud ftTV"!? "!, ,1,? 57fl,3S'l,4"hJ"!; : l !."A ". L' ',413 upon the statute books of the nation.To i anlntf/ Tonic to tae whole ay....... Matnra will th.n
ft, W ono ft to beg __._ __...___.33 6 it 3 Leah Gravy -.- ----- rlrhlml the bloon. V, en temp 'feed!Str.i>.,. {y VnyVm"wlihTHYt; :: 'I :: r.lueindnervueawt::: :, : :J.7 rnIn1 throw off or dlapal thawnrma, ihaChlMwIilba. /

7\040 r.N:1.A In: A Eg!-I of NW4! of SEIe.' 8 22 6 John Colter .../I enlagbvi.ungC. ,'"i>* in tIe head. bw.CKUV.5.ulutaeeoub': *' enforce one and not another i III to iD-C ....'....- .........DUO ...'<....r.Je POt __ f

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f r FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922.
PAGE l'IGII-r. __ : i HAMPTON" (lies, of Bushnell. .
------ \ Mrs. Moore, of Sanford. dreu.Mr. r Rev. Butler will preach ut the i,
t !!\ : Iced tea and pine apple salad were C. J. Crews and Miss Edna Baxter --
; : = : : June !1)). Mrs. W. A. Milton -I tist church Sunday morning and ,
i1ll': "I :: I II .nerved by the hostess assisted< by :Mds. : were married Sunday afternoon at Hampton, '
: and children, of Watertown, were ning.
I : : Hihord and McGill. Those present'' the home of the fride's) parents, Mr. ;( of Mrs. Milton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Durlm,'' ,
Items'1 were Mesdames P. M. Padgett, VV. RL' ,and :Mrs. J. D. Baxter, Rev. Norris, of| the guests business visitors ,
i '' J. R. Hodges, this week. Starke, were b
Mr. and Mrs.
County News Johnston, Sprinkle, Riherd, McGill, LaCrosse, performing the ceremony! j, this week. .
visited Airs. W. E.
I Wise ]Maines! Moore Mann Wright, industrious farmer| Mrs. P. B. Hunt
Mr. Crews is an Millard Varnes of Sampson <
7 ; : :; : Misses Edna Epperson, Georgia Ep- and he and his bride have a host off; Middleton, of Starke Wednesday.Dr. I been visitor here.
1'e'k: O\J and of Fort has recently a
' I : Catered During b, \ person, Marshall Proctor, Beosie Kennedy friends who extend congratulations) j Clayton t
.terutln Facts ; of Mrs. Clay-1
Correspondent and Ada Register.Mr. / The Masonic Lodge held their regular | rain, Ala., are guests 1
Regular I
I 1 m-t1 ..... --I and Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five' meeting\ Saturday afternoon ntj I I; ton's this week.S. sister. Mrs.\ Volney Wheeler,1 1I{ 6.. the Sum*.

__ Mile, we're' of Rev. S. S. Proctor the Masonic Hall.
-- guests
.. .. reformed
__ --- -. I M. Simmons, of Starke, WitSI FPW men are by marrtags
"" .- r LAKK IHJTLEU \ and family Tuesday. i V. L. Turner, of Starke, was!! a business I recent visitor here. i although ninny lire regulated.IBlwssken : .

.f ( IAIFOItDRaiford I R. J. Andrews, of Miller, was attending visitor to town Monday. Frank Hoover, of Starke, was a visitor -I I Xp&oi -
l' Lake Butler, .June W.' Smith Denmark I to business in town Tuesday. Mrs. M. Gainey has bl'en'IIIitITlIt i
\" June 9. -Mliw: Anllu Mile Raiford motored to Lake Henry and Harney Vatnes, of'' at Cooter Pond for the past few dnys.' I here Tuesday
of business -
I I II. B. Wecst, of Waldo, was n
\ y', Anderson, who has heen attending< Butler Monday. I J Johnstown, were in town Tuesday attending Mrs G. B. Colson and sun, Relate, visitor here this week. I I The Avci.'i: stay.I .
school in Madison, returned to hprI and Sueber Stokes, of :Miller, : to buninens. :' are spending this week the guests of ,i One trouble with the country Is th.
Nat ( H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was I ,
home here last week.Col. Mon- friends-in Gainesville. I way so many of our young men fetliut
to town
were business visitors C. C. McCall, of Guilford, motoredto guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wutter-
A. S. Crews"" of Starke, was the day.) Lake Butler Monday. I R. A. Weeks spent) the first of'the' son Tuesday.. '' there's no rlmnc' to get to tb.

, guest of A. D. Andrews, Mondny.Mrs' DIIi The members of the B. Y. P. 'U. .1 Mrs. John Mann, of Guilford, was a week transacting business in Jackson J. Allen and family had as their I I top Idotlon In this nnd era big or hUhlnoss combination and so come i-on

, I : D. C. Jones and little eon visiting, delightfully\ entertained at the I truest of her daughter, Mrs. D. F. ville. guests last Sunday and; Monday, their tcnteilly settle down to .do n>- ''Itt

i spent several days recently of Miss Mildred Roberts Saturday Hoyd, Friday. sons, C. B. and Victor Allen and fam work ni pnsal4l'" ( Ohio State 'loin'
i; 'I fends near Lake City. evening. Refreshments were served. I I A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday nt THEKESSAThercssn I I'

I Misses Pipper! and Georgia Epper- \Maurice Langford is visiting\ friendsin Sapp. II | -"

aott, of Luke. Dutlur, w /ro vlititing in town this week. I I Messrs. Tom and Math Dukes, of i June !0.-Mrs. W. J. '

town Tuesday. afternoon.Mr. Ada Register is visiting Five Mile, were business visitors to' ford of Larkins, is visiting Star'I'I
Strickland;of Miss Lake Butler Tuesday.Mrs. here.
Mrs. A. C" lIotrs'l
and this Ford
of Micanopy,
J. Jones .
I J. !!!, .
II. L. made business
Lake Butler, were in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Burton lire Sprinkle a : Mr. and Mrs.'E.'S. Siblwy. have purchased .-
( 1\1\811\ Loctt Anderson wu a visitorto itors of Julllland Mrs. Stricklandthis I trip to Palatka last week and to Jacksonville a ten acre farm in Thcressa j

Lake Butler Thursday. week. I Tuesday. accompanied, by her and have moved to it. They have been''

!Mrs. Ida Dekle, of Lake Butler, A. C. Strickland motored son, Henry. living for the past three years Inl] THE UNIVERSAL CAR

{ spent several days' lust week visiting and Providence Mrs. Saturday. jtho I I Rev.! State S. S.Fnftai.Proctor spent Sunday nt > Ocoee.! Their many friends welcome We Have Reduced Our Labor

relatives here. of Raiford, them back. J
Whitten, of Tampa, is visiting Brady" and J. C. Bryan, | Preston Williams, of New River, Messrs.-Arthur Bennett John )Hall '
/-:..",JKmery vffrif Kreeling friends in town Mon Charges for Repairing Ford Cars
motored to Lake Butler ilonday.
r+t relatives hero this week I I i I James Humphrey, Norman Collins !
dny. I Mr. and Mrs. Coffin and son, Georgeaccompanied
Earl Whitten was a visitor over to were visitors to Hampton Friday.
r I TheYomlll1'l! Club sold Ice cream Mr. und Mrs. Osment reductions the of Ford Ford
: by MJT.. Extraordinary in prices cars,
the week. an,11\Irs. B. C. Powell and children -
f Starke during and Tuesdayfor
and lemonade Monday : 111M\ Painter of Johnstown Ford Parts have been made
T left Friday( for n ISII mo- ] arrived here Tuesday at noon Trucks, Ford son Tractors and
Bessie Supp .
Mrs. the benefit of the club treasury.O. | I lured to Lake Butler Monday. 'Ii by the Ford Motor Company during the past year in keep
her sister from Larkins the
where she will visit making trip through ,
Drooker, Providence
L. Micelle motored to i CoK A. Z. Adkins and A. S. Crews ing with these reductions, we have now greatly reducedour
;Mrs.: J. C. Cone. Saturday.Mrs. |I..r Starke attended meeting by auto | labor for service Ford Cars.
the political Miss charges repair on
business! visitor ENtelle"oodard, of Hampton
J. B. Hosier was a .. .: Lucille and Elnorn Varnes nro I held at the club room Monday nfrternoon. ': visited friends here Friday and Satur-, The extent these reductions is shown by the following:!
here Thursday. guests of Rev. S. S. Proctor this WI'.kIIftl'r '
:\11'[ and Mrs. Lem Sapp and littlegrnnd..on Johns- day.
a visit with relatives ut I Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Kaiford and Overhaul Motor and Transmission $16.00
of Lawtey, were visitors liv :Miss Gertie Swindel visited friends
i, I IJ4:8t10 town. I Mm. Muyhood motored from Raifordover Overhaul Rear Axle 4.00
near Hampton Saturday and .
town during lust week. singing schoolat Sumlay.M
Prof. Burton began n
Johnson, of Luke Butler, was church Monday afternoon I hero Monday. and Mrs S. B. Woodnrd and Replace Transmission Bands 2.00
the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown of Miller
in town recently. and, invited to attend. '"Id'on, of Hampton, attended services Grind Valves and clean Carbon 2.50
motored to Lake Butler Monday
1 :Mr. and !urs. II. W. Rniford and ,I !Mr. Hendrlcks died, at the home of nfternoon., at the Christian church Friday'evening Overhaul Front Axle 3.50

i Mrs. )Dora Tyson attended, the picnicat I his son, Willie, Saturday, after a prolonged Mrs. Pierce returned to her home at Oil and Dope Car all Over 1.00
Messrs. B. C. Powell, II. E. :Moorcr,
Providence last Saturday. remains carried
illness. The were
Guilford after week-end visIt
Miss Lois Uitch, who has been visiting 1 to Wclborn for burial.! I with her Sunday mother, a Mrs. MutiM.i- E. S. Sibley and Chas. Gillyard< motor- : These charges for labor only...material extra
Jacksonville\ for two'weeksI! and, Mrs, td to Starka Saturday. i,
in A party composed of Mr. Crews. | All Other Repair Operations Reduced in ProportionWhen
:Miss Ida Hagan has the honor of
rvturni'd to her home Sunday. W. M. Johnson and daughter/ Willie I Miss of
Mary Page, Glasgow, Ky., 1
l MM.V.. II. Andrew and little son, : Sine, and brother, Jesse Johnson, Jr., hat been visiting her sister, Mrs. D. ., killing a large rattlesnake" at the' your Ford C..n."dA repair bring it to the Authorized Ford Dealer.
Y5 were visiting. relatives in Jacksonville 1''p. M. Padgett, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. I T. McGill, for two weeks. She return. home of her sister: Mrs. John Philips, Our up-to'date and labor-aaving machinery and equipment, and our staffof
F. Friday evening. The snake had ten Expert Ford Specialists will insure receiving the highest clasp of
Sunday and Monday. i Mann and son, Howard, !\I I'll.V. i led Tuesday to ho- borne, accompanied your
visitor to Luke motored toI'rovidence rattles and a button. Miss Ida madu'' mechanical service, at the lowest consistent prices.
II. W. Kaiford war u Wine and Miss McCloud
by :Mrs. Mcliill aim bauy. > her Our service Genuine, Ford Service, and the strict of only Gen'
I good aim and shot off his head. means use
1 Butler Monday. attend the political pic-
to I Mrs. Collins and babies
: Roger returned Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence of uine not spurious or inferior Ford Parts This means lower operating
"'. II. Andrews was! a visitor to' hie Saturday. to their home in Pensacola after cost to Ford Owners, longer life to your car. and thoroughly satisfactory
Lake Butler during the week. I II| Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Goodman are I| several weeks' visit with :Mr. and Heights, attended services at thn service throughout its.entire life. '
the of fine baby boy.I Christian church Thursday and Friday ,
I I proud parents a Mrs. J. \V. Townsend. I
HIGHLAND: \ I I Dr. ond Mrs. Flem :Morrison returned | George Spires and charming dough ] nights.Mr.. >I J. W. ANDREWS Jr. DEALERFord
: und Mrs. ,V. A. Jones visited Ga. after
to their home in Adel, ter Cora of motred to Lake
Cars and Fordson Tractors
Highland: ,.Tune I).-J. I. and W. E'I(I several days visit! with Mr. and \Mrs.J. Butler Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard near. I

? !Marr spent Tuesday and Wednesday! W. Townsend.Mr. \ Miss Oinio Scarborough returned Hampton Sunday.

'' In Waldo. and Mrs. Wesley Crabb, of lnst week from Tallahassee\ where she

Al 1 Among the visitors to Starko last Jacksonville, spent a few days in town has been attending school. I], . -
f% Thursday were Mrs. II. C. Wimberly I last week, guests of Jesse Johnson, I I >!! _, '_,: ": '_ '-- '-. ::': .:" 1; ::' ",--:'c"'j" ;.: : : 323

t'r' t Misses Beth Wimberly, Ethel Kicks, Sr. : BitooKEit '1I ,

Winifred Wimberly, W. M. and II. C. Raymond Hewitt, of Little Springs; -

i Wimberly, Jr. was transacting business In town on I Hrooker, Juno '9.-Mrs.V.. K. Pin- I
Baldwin Marr and J. I. Mary visited", Tuesday. I holster little I
and daughter, of Jacksonville -
i 1 relatives in Starke Wednesday. 1! !Mr. McKinney, of Alachua, visited l spent last week here at the

'1' Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Griflis and, baby friends. In town Sunday. home of her mother, Mrs. Emily Ab- Commercial
of Tampa, arrived Wednesday for a !Mr. and Mrs. Ellis have returned to I .

q two weeks' visit with his parents"" Mr. their home\ in Jacksonville, after a I bott.L.. A .Brown, of Sarasota, is hereon

and Mrs. J. W. Griffis. visit with friends and relatives.Mrs. : a visit with his brother, L. A.
Ellis McCormick, Manning! held Smith returned ot her homein Brown. '

services nt tho Baptist church Saturday Newberry Saturday, after a visit Miss Edna Baxter, who has been fob Printing

night and Sunday luorning. with her daughter, Mrs. Goo. Cole- I visiting i \ relatives in Jacksonville for ,
!Mr. and :Mrs P. D. Lang,: and little man. the past few days, returned homo onI ",

son were business. visitors to Lnwtey Duller Boyd, Worthington, attended I Thursday She was accompanied by

Monday. I the political speaking here on her sister-in-law, Mrs. T. J. Baxter, .
'.t. 14 Mr. and !Mrs George Wilkinson: were Monday.: I'I and title 1 : son, who will visit here fora
f visitors to Lawley Sunday. Rhett Drawdy) of Five Mile, was a few days.

,' 1 K. Carter and son, Richard, and W.M. business visitor to town Monday.Ben I L. A. Brown was n visitor to Hampton -
I. Wimberly! were visitors to Law- Duke and son, Dewey, of Five" Tuesday afternoon.

' tey Tuesday. Mile, were in town Tuesday. I .
LY Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was a ,
Rt F. M. Crews mule a trip to Starke Moss Hewitt, of Little Springs, was visitor to our town Wednesday.S. .

:, Tuesday. transacting business In town Tuesday. I B. Norris, of Jacksonville, was
4fi Walter Ferris, of Lnwtey, was the Mrs. Moore returned to her home transacting business here Thursday.J. CARDS .

truest of II. C. Wimberly and, family nt Sanford after a pleasant visit with W. I'inholster of LaCrosse, was:
r Tuesday. her brother, Dr. J. E. Maines. attending to business affairs here on POSTERS
Seaboard carpenter gang in'charge Mrs. J. E. Mainea entertained a Thursday.P. .

of Frank Johns, of Waldo, arrived number of Indies at her home on Lake M. Barefoot was transacting business ENVELOPESBILL

i Monday for a stay of some length to street Friday afternoon at progressive in Starke Thursday.Mrs. .

r repair the railroad properties here. rook, in honor of Dr. Maines' sister, Sutton and children, of St. Petersburg HEADS

3J are here on a visit with relatives. NOTE HEADS .
J I ,
mmmm a> mfflroa ml .

T. J. Baxter, Jacksonville, spent WINDOW CARDS
,1 the week-end here. .

..... + u Messrs. I.V.. Pinholster, L. A. SHIPPING TAGS :
rl Brown, J. E. Clemons and son, Alvin,

and C. E. Crosby spent Saturday afternoon LETTER HEADS
in Starke. .
iG Ilavh'1' I Mrs. J. G. Kelly\ and little daughter -,

of Gainesville, who 'spent last .
I week here, returned to their home I. I
l Monday. I ,.

!i : a.ii .. Misses Willie Mae Oliver and lye f
ryIL1 I
Colson the week-end Pine
spent at
;' Elberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE Iii ill.!! .

STONE ETERNAL" Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of Ala :

chua, spent Sunday here with rela .
c'' And GEORGIAlMARBLEinits! | | variousbhadesfriakeMEMORIALS tives.

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Osteen spent '

I Sunday with relatives at Graham. Bradford

Messrs. H. P. Gainey, S. B. "
i RenownedFORJARCHITECTURAL ster, A. A. Hazen, J. W. 1..
k '
and I.V.. Pinholster, Sr.,
1. ; r' ,DIGNITY day transacting business at coun- Counfy :

ty seat.
Miss Vera Surrency, of Pine Hill,
1 was here Friday afternoon enroute to
"j:i .' Three essential factor tolbe2 considered inbuying: mon Gainesville, where she spent the weekend

uments, are, :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP- with friends. 1 elegraph

\ RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this 'combination Dewey Starling, of Cooter Pond, .

when buying'our: material. was ,here Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. W. Surrency and

l COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP. children, accompanied by Inez Aber- STARKE,. FLORIDA

1, .' Leading, Manufacturer of the South nathy, spent Sunday, guests of relatives .
Field or Special Representative. at Graham. .

' A I W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE, FLA. Mrs. L. Cone and son, Frank and
Leila Mae Andrea, of Alachua, spent
\li Sunday here at the home of S. V. An-


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