Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Established 1879. Sabscriptiun-Per Year, $2.00: ; Six Months $1.00.-Payable in Advance Matthews Editor I and Proprietor :

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I"M." O. L. U'nl'l'yIn,! Miss Inez: I "
Corn and Tomatoes Fill Cars

IN FIELD From, Starke" ROAD DEPARTMENT TO PAY BOND :i shower Moitt gave Thursday u delightful' afternoon miscellaneous from four" ARE NOW READY I

to six(, at Mrs. Ueasley's complimentary -
From sending next to nothing

FOR SPEAKER, of the tomatoes growing of during this away esculent former this seasons year, TRUSTEES MOTOR LICENSE TAXESFUNDS d'n.Silas whoso Blnkely to marriage was Miss an Jessie event to !\ulr of Muc. tho William> Bins liUh* FORDELIVERYVERE I

has assumed: quite respectable propor inst. I
tions. Tomatoes come from almost -- I ,

('HER CANDIDATES EXPECTED every farm in this section and the : MILL HE I'SKD ON STATE ,said board of bond tiustooa of BI'"J'j :Mrs.\ Bouslej'H rtn>I\IS were made \ SIGNED/ WKUSnsiUY/ :; IJY S '//1
II.MUM.\N OF TIlE: no \lW t1
of (
attractive with clecoiationx
:\ THE LISTS ItEFORE LEG- necessity of a packing house for .VII) HIGHWAYS CONSTKICTED : ford county I III., m the proper party I nioro
TunE CONVENES( : IN THIS COUNTX : funds to'' Corns and l Shasta daisies, and! in thelecepllon OF BOND( : tlwsTlms
I$LA wrapping and, crating the fruit is being to receive and expend audi! I

I : keenly felt. The tomatoes( are of I the credit of the state road deportment \ -:, room was H miniaturu brie! ,

w that the primary election' is good quality and they are being The board of county commissioners : of Florida! which belong to the looking modestly demure in her bridal 1'11Bra.lfor.1 county road bonds! -J{

and representatives to tho Flor- wrapped in tissue paper and packed I: of Hiadfoid county, Florida, mot on i /suit! Bradford (county Florida, mid 1 arc ,I attire On arrival the guests regis-1, weio made ready for the puichanors
June t fi 1022! to adjournment theprrent tered in an artistic, hantiputintetiiritIes "',.,hlt's.llIv moining when K S. Matthews S S
egislature have been nominated, according: to standard rules. Theybrinlt' pursuant greatly in need of said fund nt ,
eat 1 is centered! on who will be satisfactory prices, and* toma- with the following members I time to bo used l and! expended I book. chairman/; of tho houid of bund 1

i :: will of present, to-wit: .T.'It.: Brownloe, L. and designated The honor guest, Miss" Unladen, was trustees affixed his signature to them
IT of the home in 1923. :Several; toes compose one our staples i by them as requnoil
'dates for speaker have already after this. H. Hill J. \V. Andrews, Jr. II. P. by law; charming in dainty frock of oiclud and they were impressed with the seal
do chine and blink inulino pioturo of the bonrd C. A l Futch S
James crepe by secretary
and! Reynolds.
announcement of their eandi- In former seasons an express car Gainey I Therefore! be It l''Roiv.I. Unit \ve, '
antIapproved. hat. MiOs l1olUv01'0 n very bo- County Clerk Aldoimnri hail' .
Minutes of last
ind the claim of others are be- was left at Ktarke depot during the meeting: the board of county commissioners of
} "coming sheer white dress' trimmed previously Blllxoel hm signature' to the '%..
their fri 'ndll. height of the strawberry season, in Florida all being
irgcd by < liradfonl. county,
with handsome late Insertion; und bonds \ had! thb\
Petition signed J. L.Shrlver Alderman to sign
presented by
Lake which the crates and refrigerator were !Stance,
of i nl
D. Edge Groveland .resent in loiiular session
T. C. Haren P. A. Crosby I !Mrs. Hell I'y WHS\ lovely in froik of I face of (hi bonds and also hud/ to sign
.Iv i is a candidate. Mr. HJ :'e was placed und the car was hooked on to ttradforii county, Fla, his. r>th day of I
blue .
W. Andrews Chesl FORK J. C.I organdieA a certificate that they had! boon duly'iuliihuttctt
the afternoon northbound '!, S. :y anti I <
Xer pro tern during:? the 1921) ses- express June, 1922, do hereby re-quest \ uuthoiie S
Cone and othets asking that Matildi trousseau contestii.s used I to by the! judge of I tho circuit .
and made a fine morel as a pro- without keeping the train waiting. As the said! state road! departmentof S
I Jane McClellan be .placed! upon the I I tertain the guests, and In this (ol 'un-I' omit. This iic'cc'ssitatod I Iho signing t
eull- the busy this
olTlrer at the times he was soon as season was over, Florida to pay over and deliver to
it the chair. car was withdrawn. But this season pauper roll and upon motion saute approved ,.the said board of bond trustees of guessing contest Mrs.. A. W. ,\n.I1Ifl of Ins, minnie 11 I nil times I and I t tho affixing ".

I I and her name ordered plucbd! Mrs.: Goo. C. White anil. Mrs J. of the sonl I of Iho county I 510:i( ut
the heavy shipments of sweet !' la. all funds
ijseno S. Halt hews of Staiko, express said Bradford county, '
'upon the pauper roll at $:) per month. L Jennings aiisvvciuil. tho CUC>Hions| t tinioH.I \ Mr. Matthews I hud only to sign c cI
14 clford county him announced tlmt corn, tomatoes cucumbers, peppers ; to the credit of the state load department -
I Clerk's report for witness certificates correctly and received dainty ptizc'sof t tho fact of the bonds which lonimodtho -
etc made it to have such
from the
'IIAte I in the rare. Mr. :Matthews necessary of Floud, derived imi-
issued for (he spring: term of handkerchiefs, powder and pull" I' wilting of his nn mo Bfiil) times. Ho .
hero all the time for loading.!
member of the legislatures of a cur torthirle license tux or otheiwiso(
the circuit court held 1 June 5, 1022, The shower of beautiful gifts were and Secretary Futch finished Iho woik.
Lately the sweet coin receipts became Uiudfoul Flu
< 1007 and again in nil. lie was that belling to county. ,
,! rolled) Ihu I litllo Mist. IVnd'ieo \\e'dnosd hut in about four and onohalfi"hours.
/amounting to $18S, was presented into room > : I iy
'iker of the house in 1007( and made so great that shipping: to distant jto be used by them an provided. by Iliw.I .
I Johns and! for time tho .
name approved. sonio
miendid record as a presiding oTi-! possible.markets Mond.u in 'carload, for inRtalJ.lots became. M. fl'I'I's financial report for the six x I The foregomn resolutions vvorupaasLil honor guest was,' IMM.V opening thowhite1 I The bonds. aro' now ready for delivery "', I

months ending "March :31 1 1:)2.) ', filed, \ bv u unanimous vote nf the I covered' packages, cif ''ov.lyoCifts and, it Is exported' to complete; (thlt'
loaded and sent
.. treat Lake of Sanford, Seminole Truby, awn one Cal'of : and approved. I board nf county commissioners of The hostosse's, axsinlcil by Misses tiansaellon! within (tlw next few days,
Tuesday another and 1 cSru : -
'ol'n. .1
II\tv. has also announced his candiiai Tho following resolutions'! were present Bradford county o. Florida, in /regular lUhel: Gnllin and Audicy Johns served : unless sonic unforsoon doliiy occurs. '
day will be sent off for timo
Mr.: Lake is an experienced leg-: /to J. lloennn Williams some is the CM,! (the board: I session, in which all nieiiiberx wera u clolirjous! sal tat l course of ice .ten, It Is' now expected. t that the ,county \ ?

tator, having; represented his county come. Whyicas, under Chapter 8022 of Ili9 present at Starke! Bradford county} chicken ,salad) in tomato cups that engineer/ and, 1 his parly' of helpers will

')\1 sessions of 1111.! 1013 and 1015. heaviest lots producer of almost corn,nil but the small fllml'rs. Special Acts of 1021):! of Florida, tho Fla., this 5th day of June, A. 1)) 1022.I :!: \veto cupped t with I t mayonnaise, nand- bo) in (the flvery\ shoitly after July I
'icnds of Amos Lewis of Marian-: are. grown by laying/ out, maintenance, construction, I I 1 J. M. BKOWNLHR( :, w <'h..s. saltines, pickloa and Sutntoga i 1st. It will take from two to. three) .

ia lackson! county say ho will be an improving, grading: and hard surfacing -, Attest: Chairman chips. The favor on
u' 't' candidate for speaker. Mr. of tho public roads of Bradford i n.! "'. Alderman, small French bouquet, the1 lI'IWI'rK' huing j und I si'u'c'i, \blent t ions for the construction
fo.T.o.l.m: ( CliultultFirst
S ,w represented his county in the county, Florida, as well as the collection i Clerk. I niudo elf; (candy and. tied I cv I tic narrow I..r tho road across ho county.KKV. )

t-v'Matures of 1915 1)17( and! 1919.A (). 'receipt, handling and expendituie : State of I'loiida Itmdford County: white ribbon.ituMisr t -.

W McLaren, of Wclborn Sirvnntipt Sunday after Trinity. of all road funds of said county : I, G. W Alderman/ clerIc of circuit : .\ND :MICS.\ :SMITH 1'NTlm.: 1

ounty, is being) urged by his Service at 11 a. m. was (taken out of the hands of the court of Braclfind ,countv, Florid i. d I.) <'HI lit'hI: Kin\ .i... biN:' T\IN: .

Ir-'nds. to enter the contest but he At a recent meeting, of the Federated bonrd! of county commissioners of said! hereby eeitifv that the above and foregoing

mil- not yet made formal announcement 1 Church of America the man who county and placed in the hands of aboard evolutions arc u trim copy of The regular services of the church( Wednesday. evening, 15ov. and Mrs.M .

of his candidacy.The drives an expensive motor car and I of bond l trustees of said l countyto the resolutions passed' by the board of will be hold on Sundiy, The Itibloschool : 1 L. Smith gave a cloliuhtful church

Taylor County Herald has nom- pays %:> cents for his religion, With severely -I be elected nn provided for in said county commissioners of Bradford, meets ut !0,15: a. in., with Supl I social. at I tho Methodise\) 1"1 rKnrIlH
'noted W T. Itendry, who will ropre- scored. Men give to their Cre- chapter( of the 1021) nets of Florida ; :S county KlorVIn, on tho IHh day of Qulglov and his stair of teachers 1 I About, fifty persons' were present, and! _ _

son i Taylor in the 1923 session, for ator for, the progress: of His cause Anti. whereas, under said chapter June, A D.J.1P2; relative to, the mat- ready to welcome! you to the ranks of I tin' evening passed happily with con- _ _

speaker and strongly urges/ his fitness only a* they tip their waiter or the II SCi22 of the special acts of Florida of I ten I thc'ronitt'cxprcsscd, aa .shown by interested,! students of tho Word' of versatinn, music nnd, lefioshmcnts.' A ,

(a :hat important position. porter who shines their shoes. There 1021:! a bond election was held as! provided ,' the original minutes cif (he moelinjr ofsaid ( o.i. Como und! text their welcome. short church confoienco was hold and _ _

Ci ia probable that others will enter Is an article In one of tho current magazines -!' for therein In which election l !bonid of record! in this oiko( l In Divine worship at 11:00 1 : wh'ti t Iho (ho roll Willi called.

tin ,-ontest and that the caucus of on "Nine Cent Salvation"that I I the qualified! electors of said lirndfunl. I minute book -, page- of Raid date.WitqoHH pastor will have a special mcssnge" on The following musicianx contributed,

))21) : will be one of the liveliest held In being the aver."olIHOurt. that county Florida, voted 1 for the issuance my hand, and official, seal "The Necessity of It." U Is nn im to lie duli hlul program: ?Mrs I D.i _

aiam years. \ church members of this country pay of bonds: fn the sum of 50,000 by aery it StHiko Bradford! eon nty. Florid,!, /porlnfil\, matter[ and! all should nnvoriKh.t i Jo:. Knight' Mrs I"". II. LOUIl111'11.\ 1I. 1\\(. -

for their religion. God i ill not a. cheap \' large!; majority. for the purposeof this nth day of June, .\. D.I 1022.O. :!:!. I views of it. I I.. Smith 1'iuil Knight, S. n. /Kitcli IIn.1 l t ;

WO IAN'S CLUB :MEETING i God; but He wnnts our host; it nine'I improving, grading; and hard surfacing W. ALDMRMAM:: ;\t eight 1)'<'l
cents is all one can give it will bo the public roods of said county ( Seal Clerk( Circuit Court. will I [bo un out-door m-rviee( on tho 'Ih., Inistoss, assisted! by MusdaniiisT f -

: P>i" Woman's Club met Wednesdayft.rnoon I graciously accepted!, as was the wid ; S Commissioner I I.oum, \ I II.I Hill I i pro- lawn of tho church. Phcj grounds havo .1. (:ri1lin, .", II. IJitch, (O. C. Sweat, _

I at four o'clock in the coun- ow's mite. God muy bo worshipped And, whereas at a later election senteTl resolutionvhich, upon being Iioi'ii cleaned neuts/ will be 'provided.! II. M[ Snyclor ami! A. W. Anderson It .

t .ii, room of the city hall The president In the onfn or in any old shack a
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, occupied /as in a ,great,; cathedral, providedit (or 8622 of tho acts of 1021 of FlorIda was put before tit,' bonnl and irilinemla'i's the comfcnt or (Jio imlilppers' With and I watormolon.After ( .
( is the best we can do. Man's inconsistency the qualified elt'ctors''of said! voting Aye and none* voting lint refreshments the
the chair, and Mrs. D. E. Knight the aid! of Mr. John (C. Kobinnr J the
Considerable consist in erecting magnificent Bradford! cnunt ", Fla., elected E.: S. Nay, the resolution was adopted. said! pastor will use his Btoreoptleon the I listened, to Mrs Smith telling Chinesefortune's -
irted ns secretary S _
tine business was transacted. ron-I' buildings to Mtmnion und 1 is not Mitt.hewM, J. II. Ritch A. A. Durdcn, resolution( being in words and (Inures pictures being I thrown on (lie ct'rec'utwhkth which proved very aimisliii, '

At a meeting of the executive concerned about the mannr: or the W. E. Torode and J. C. Cone who are 1 as follows: I will Ixi fllstellf'.i to (the side of \ and at n lato hour tho party IIcteJ"frOI1l" ] _ _
place to worship Him who gave him citizens and >n the 8th inst, at the homo of the I Ho i the building. It will bo an eVl'tlin.t'I
life arid sustains his very being. as members of the board of bond the free-holders of Bradford! county -
president, Mrs N. Wuinwright, the I It some of tho web I-k flown (:iospelongs. ,
department chairmen were requestedto will kotow to an l"lrthlya nate or trustees of Bradford county Florida. Florida, at an election held on the The songs will b8 thrown on W\II.KO\K vn STAICKKWiilcrnuk } '

committees ruler, but enter into the presence of And whereas! the said trustees 1 18 day of Oct. 11121):! it was determinedthat ho screen, and Dr. Btillen will tell
their respective
for name the year's work which resulted in the most high God in the most flippant above named have duly qualified! as there should be issued by Brad-I the story of each us it appears. nine and Staiku'n "ncrub\

manner. God wants the worship such trustees organized and assumed ford county Florid!: six per Should tho weather prevent tho ser- nitit," crossed hats at Duncan Park 4
the following selections: anti
School committee-:Mrs. ..\. M. Dar- ,,f the whole wan-body, mind the: duties of their office; mi annual interest bond to the vice being held out-doorx it will bo Friday afternoon, t tho score botmr J 17 j., 5

chairman Mrs. P. E. Knight :MrsG. spirit. And! whereas under the laws of I amount of $;; O.OOO( for I Ihe purpose held in tho auditorium. MIMH- Nell.toberts .' to I In favoi of tutu Slarke Scrubs,
by, ; Florida that certain public road leadIng of !building! hard-flurfm! / roads in tho Uodd'txh
W. Alderman Mrs. E. S. Matthews of I.awtey will slug a solo Bryiint catcher for ho Wutercmk -

Mrs. D. C. Jones.Lt'gislativeMrs. .'.\I.SEI.lnt north and south through thru said \ county of Bradford; anti luring this s rvi'J!. Como ,wjth the tc'uni scored I tho single run 1

C. F. Hoover, Bradford county, Florida, and Whereas the bond trustees of Bradford l- children and share In the inspiring madu by (that team while Johnn> Kite, J

chairman Mrs. D. F.. Knight Mis.& E. It was 'on North Walnut street the towns of Highland!, Lawtt>Y.1 i county duly elected! and qualified service which this promises' to ho. 'llioiriiis Turner and \Raiford Kpperson:: I

; Wednesday morning.: A report, apparently Starke and Hampton, in said county, have, after duo advertising! of said Should? l tiny wish to bring folding each scored, .three runs for bite I IcicuU.TwolniHo 4

K.House Perryman.Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, chair from a .r: automatic was! has been designated as a state aid bonds-which are to bo dated! January chairs, and should. wish to leave themIn > hits were mado by Eugene: St

P. E:. Canova, Mrs. O. L. heard. Mr. Sistrunk traveling along, road; 1 I. I0! <:2, anti to mature serially January the .church for other out-door ser Turner I Kile;: Agin Thomas. Turner
man under the nets of
; And whereas
stopped his big truck /and his colored 1, 1028 to January 1. 1952, inclusive vices, bring thorn along and they will and Kaiford Kppersnn.UKAI .
Beasley. 1017! 191!) and, 1021, a certain percentof
off to of
J. II. Ritch chairman; assistant stepped entered l into an agreement >e cjtred for. -
Civics-Mrs. E. T. Camp- Automobiles stopped. <- all funds derived by the state comptroller sale of Raid bonds Iwth the highest : !. KSI'AIK:: : TKANSFEK I
:Mrs. probably.
Mrs O. L. Haynes, Who from the license tax on motor
Peck Mrs. A. W. An cited! men and boys ran up. and hist bidder for said bonds; H. Y. I'. U. :SOCIAL; _
bell, Mrs. J. L. shot??" "Anybody hurt?" was askedby driven vehicles, goes to the credit of It is hereby resolved that In each I J. C. Manning has purchased from.' I t' 1
derson. I road of Florida .
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, the interested throng. the state department year in which any of the said $5J>0- Thursday evening thin B. Y. I'. U. Brady Brown the store property occupied ,,

Health- E. E. Canova, Mrs.S. \ "Wasn't nobody hurled gemmen to be distributed by the said state 000 bonds are outstanding and unpaid and u number of their friends went to J by I"'. A. Scott, und also the two

chairman; Mrs. F. A. Scott, !Mrs. J. elucidated -Bunk" Mr. Sistrunk's as- road department to the county commissioners there be assessed levied and collected l Kingsley lake and enjoyed u moonlight story building next door. Mr.' H'-ott. .
R. Johns Mrs. of the various counties of
Iistant. "II its only do big funnel upon all of the taxable property of picnic at S"vtt'tand Limbaugh'slanding. will continue to occupy the smaller :.
F. Kickliter. to be used in grading hard I
Miss Jeannette Mat- done fell offen de tank. Hit fell top and Bradford. county a tax sufficient to pay After a swim the party en- building l and next week Mr. Manningwill
Education state aid
surfacing maintaining
Mrs. J. C. Robinson, down, an' dat allus makes a noise.' I the \Interest upon said bonds as same joyed sandwiches, salad cake and open u branch store in the larger
chairman of the counties which
thews ; roads! various
o : ,
dem funnel. is a heap becomes due and also sufficient to pro- Fruit punch. building. Mr. Manning has. done HI*
oMahel Weller. Yes8 h, funds to be distributed to the said I
Miss are
i( of bonds at ma- of wall with his store on Call street that
the This "
'vide for payment party was composed
M" 'UD',,.;*-_MM." "'" .n.-. C.- Jones- chairman; bodder. _ ___ _______ counties of the state In proportion as merry in thn
Long, iturity. Misses' Doris Scott, Mona and! Blanche he derided to purchase property
Mrs..A.Z.Mkjfl5MLF.Il. southwest of Starke. same is paid in by the said counties; i I _
miles northern of town and
E. two of Bradford: Alderman, Isabella anti Beatrice Bul- part
place of County
White, Mrs. i State ,
Mr. George C. deeply brokenup And whereas, there has accumulated
,The ground had 200 the I, G. W. Alderman clerk of the Cir- len, Fannio Darby, Eunice Berklns, brunch store.
Wall. tractor and several thousand dollars to j
with a Ford-on and l for the county of Adine Watson, Jessie Thomas Mil-
chairman; cuit Court in
Amelia Ray had
Press-Miss to the acre credit of the said state road depart .
3. C. Rob- pounds of fertilizer Bradford do hereby certify that the dred Crosby, Mildred Gill, Leila Supp, CHRISTIAN CHUKtll NOTES
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. other melon weighed ment of Florida, from the portion of I
used. The and Ethel Griffin, Louise Fernandez, Mes -
been : above and foregoing is a true correct -
inson. Florida Favorite.The said license taxes that belong to Bradford -
pounds and was a srs. Raiford Epperson, Orrlo Wiggins, A. very interesting and Instructive\
of the Woman's Club: President 31 had Florida! ; copy of resolutions adopted by :;
Officers fertilizer county, ;
Vice same amount board of county commissioners at Willie Agin, Tom Morris Charlie hart will be used to illustrate the J S
D. And whereas the laid board of
Mrs. N. Watson, ,
Ritch Secre- been used an for the Tom I I Its meeting held on the 5th day ofJune I Powell, Clyde and Fred Mott Her- evening sermon at 8 o'clock. The subject
J. H. ;
President, Mrs. the W. H. Green bond trustees of Bradford county, I: -
and it was !grown on I schell Crosby, John Powell, Tom Llm- Is "The Abounding Life.
Treasurer, 1922.
Mrs. D. E. Knight; Both Florida has sold the sal'd bonds of the ,
tary, Reaves' place.
place near the I.. I In witness whereof I have hereuntoset baugh, Wilbur Scott Mr. and Mrs. G. sermon and chart together will boil
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. form and delicious said county recently voted as afore-
fine service
of The forenoon
were C. White. helpful.
Davis chair melons hand and seal of the circuit very
L. A. begin my
and to
Finance-Mrs. said are actively preparing :
begins at 10:15: and Is over before 12.
I 1022.
man; Mrs. E. E. Canova Mrs. DeWitt taste.Our truckers seem to have gottenout work on grading; and hard surfacing court this 6th day of ALDERMAN June FATS AND/ LEANS TIE We earnestly invite you to worshipwith I
G. W. ,
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. testified the.said public road leading thru I
'c Jones of the ruts at last, which i Is Clerk Circuit Court. us at both of these services and S

to by the large amount of tomatoes said county and which road has been I (Seal) further business, Last Thursday afternoon the Fats promise you something richly worth. '
WATERMELONSThe There being no
FINE by and Is of
here this sea designated law now one
and peppers grown board adjourned until the first Monday and Leans played at Duncan Park, while In return. S
the state aid roads of Florida
the first time In noticeable ; resulting In tio the being 15-
for a score
watermelons son, 1922.
biggest and finest this season quantities' We hope the great success And, whereas, the said board of I in July, G. W. ALDERMAN, 15. A good natured crowd! enjoyed Miss M: Itch Edwards: who has boon I
that have come to of they have had, with these new prod bond trustees of laid Bradford coun. Clerk and Auditor. watching the old-timers' ineffectual visiting her sister Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,

were grown by James, Reynolds and ucts will encourage them to make watermelons ty, :Florida, are in need of more fend attempts to nab the elusive sphere. returned to her home In Gainesville( )
farms near Starke than they have or will have from the 1
Graham. on staples ,
one of Anti, Monday afternoon and was accompanied -
exhibited by the Bank of Starke receipt of the sale of said bond, to Mrs. Charles! W. Chalker little
were Watermelons grow who
another lea son. MIddleburg arty visiting her Misses Madge and Hazel Middleton by Hazel and Lois Adkins > Swill
Saturday.' to perfection anJ will mature as properly grade and hard surface saidstate sons, are In St. Augustine visiting friends spend the week with their grand
weighing 51 here Mr. and Mrs. A. M.: Darby, at
One of the melons, and Gaines- aid road through said county;
early here as at Williston J and relatives. mother, Mrs. M. E. Ed ward*.
pounds, of- the Tom Watson Watson ville. And, whereas under the law the their Kingsley lake cottage. "
the Reaves
variety was grown



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t'.I. FRIDAY, JUNE 16.

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'. nishing stock green pasture from the ''week Rev. Belt of the Methodist C I,J particularly the agricultural seal

P" ..............'" .,." ,..............--....--.......-"* I spring until frost. Where the land i is: ;CAMPAIGN FOR church, filled the pulpit Sunday morning .. of the west, are In filled with unrest'
proof have
I they
r.---- thin use stable manure or an application and Rev. Ilammitt Sunday evening insurgency. i I'
of commercial high in nitrogen Rev. Boyer being away filling: 'ed to Indiana and Iowa, and ev! '

The Bradford ACCEPTANCE OFFORD'S Baldwin. The services .. rock-ribbed Republican Penns.v'I ,
Y t' With In planting use roots or runners for i his appointment at j
they will be found more satisfactory}, were well attended, both morning It is also a fact that has not ,

than seeding, generally. Get plenty and evening. I overlooked by the party mir

; ,. County Farmers of roots chopped: up and spread or> OFFERi Rev. C. J. Ilammitt filled his appointment that of the fifteen democratic tei, ",

the land and disc in good and deep',' at tha Sexton ..1Ilethodis1I t t I up for re-election this fall m, \
-1 1I. 3 i I '. II. Ed. 'them are from states west of tin .
L.. ............_.........-........................--...................... or drop roots in every row, or every church Sunday afternoon. "
second or third row when breaking i. : F.lnllmSUrrlriHOI: ;: : ( COX- wards accompanied him. sisslppl. Barring family bit 11'1' \

I.. and disc. to level when through breaking ; .KKSS; "IN: UNMISTAKABLE: Dorse and Harold Higginbotham[ ,,, the republicans feel they have to ''I,'

a : I j i TERMS" OF THEm I DESIRE '(,Maxville: were visitors to Lawtey ture all these seats, save posgi ""I
FLORIDA\ AM BEES now! They improve the land and ,
II I produce I Keep the Bermuda pasture in shape |I !; Sunday.. Texas. In fact, the republican 1
valuable livestock feed
: I them, all
by applying fertilizer when needed, Washington June 11.-A campaign ers consider save TexlI-
n Florida, "the land of flowers and I usually early in spring. Run the mower ;! for acceptance of Henry Ford's Muscle ''HARDING TO MAKE A TOUR OF Missouri to be "normally republ.,

,W sunshine," is worthy of the thoughtsof I Ril"T8ALUABI.E FOR FOOD over the pasture several time dur- 'I Shoals offer at this session of con- WEST ground the democrats{ who now <> .
rii thOBO who appreciate her flowers I I the seats merely being hen
r j gross was begun tonight; by the
r q1 and sunshine. To the business man Urging the use of foods produced j- Farm Bureau Federation, whose Five Shocks Administered Tarty by cause in 1916 the G. O. P. was h

this appreciation is partly due to the within the state, Miss Juanita E. Dar- I I I Voters in Different States recovering from the disastrousof ,

material benefits he has received. rah, food specialist] of the Florida oughly Bermuda to'''Sil-ver 1912.
your pasture (' to state I much |' ;
Flowers and sunshine means State College for Women calls at- June 10. President
, # : break up the sod-bound condition that the organization a circular suggestingthat Washington, -
' to many classes and to many industries tention to the peanut, which is pro I comes about with grasses of this kind. I members of congress be informed Harding has virtually decided upon "a I GRAHAM: I

I .. For just one illustration we duced so abundantly in all of the The rainy season ia generally the bent "in unmistakable terms" of the ''swing, around the country" that will a4

, '. cite the bee industry. and South, as a very excellent source of j j time for this. sentiment of the farmers toward the '''take him to the Pacific coast and into Graham, June 16.-Mrs. VeT

': The man in/Florida who owns food.Peanut j! Where lespedeza Is found growing Ford plan. I a great number of western states before Milliard and children, of Trilby ,
j tares: for bees does not get "stung. meal, says Miss Darrah is in the November elections, it was '
her and :
besides a pasture, encourage its growth, as "There is no assurance, said the visiting parents, Mrs
''I Bees serve a good purpose a rich source of protein, not only for j it adds much to the enrichment of the letter, "that the proposal will be still learned tonight. \..... Dynl.I .

the production of useful food. They animals, but also for human beings.! I[ soil and to the value of the pasture proffered if it is not accepted before No (date has yet been fixed for the I Our farmers are busy shipping
I are essential! for the proper pollination A fact not always appreciated, is that but it probably will be in Sep
'trip, '
I Iproluced.I Discing or plowing old Bermuda II adjournment. The offer was made one matoes, watermelons and cantaloup fa
well known
of fruit trees. It Is a the peanut supplies that vitamine j tember. !My that time it is hoped, I .
truth that the pastures under these conditions year ago and the time has come to I Mr. and Mrs. Truby Dyal spent r ;
r and long established of flowers which protects one from multiple]( paralysis should 1 be done usually in Novemberin say 'yes' or 'no.' This cause is worthyof congress will have finished the most of the week with her parents, Mr. '

M nectar, odor and bright color of attracting "technically known as "poly- order to let the lespedeza reseed, it your most active support. Members \ -'.1 important of its tasks find gone home I j I !Mrs. Brown, of Sampson. +5 5I
are for the purpose neuritis. And peanut flour hat! been self. to see about being re-elected. Also
of congress cannot reflect your D. J. Byrd is visiting his dnugH!
insects! in order that the pollen maybe found most beneficial in the diet of
by that time the primary fightc in the
flower to flower. The desire unless you tell them in unmistakable Mrs. Willie Price, of Kingsland I II
carried from Insects diabetic patients. LAWTEY ] terms that you want A vote on west will have been settled so that I Messrs. E. J. Murrhee and Mar.
honey bee is one of the principal Continuing her discussion of the
the president would not be embaraised<1
the business
Ford proposal and that you want Ogden were visitor
the most -
It is
for this purpose. value of food Miss Dar '
peanuts! as by the pulling and hauling of rival
it at this session. Saturday
d easily controlled of all insects doing rah : Luwtey, June Iff.( -Miss Bessie Terry Hampton
says I I The ft>federation which, under Mr. republican factions in the states thru The many friends of Lee Dyul ,
this work. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with
necessary "Peanuts deserve prominent
a placein I Ford's offer would be which he would pass. I home after ,
!! one of three glad to see him again,
time much attention her Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ter-
At the present the every day diet. It should be parents,
'i The president is understood to have '
farm months absence
( organizations having membership eral taking me
ped. Indications are for a large/ in- remembered that it contains vitamin[ ry.I reluctantly abandoned all plans forgoing
?' and home demonstration agents! club I 'B' and a fair quality of protein. Peanuts I Max Wimberly, of Highland, was on an administrative board organized to Alaska Congress treatment in Tampa. ;
s as planned. !
/ 'I Iin / to regulate fertilizer sales, Mrs. Equilla Dixon was a visit*
]leaders and others devoting much town. Thursday. |
are should nit be eaten between the _
bids fair to until
run steadily
and! audit the transactions of the plant Starke Friday afternoon.
of their time to the industry. Persons meals but Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sapp, of Starke,
I at the close, of a meal. Pea- |
t I Italia attention September, and he docs not feel that
to the
differences that Frances Murrhee attended the -
interested 1 should consult with spent Tuesday here and voted in the ] I
< nut meal may be cooked as a substitute -
ho should absent himself from the
i have arisen I in the house military coniI wannee training school in Games
some of these persona or write to the for meat, as It is suitable for the I primary. j while I '
I country congress is still wrestling
State Plant Board or the College of warm weather menu. Eaten In excess: I D. Edwards, ,of Jacksonville is. mittee over the question and suggests i last week, returning Friday.
with that trinity of troubles- I
Gainesville. spending few days in Lnwtey. that the Gorges plant controversy Avery Dyal, of St. Petersbu .
Agriculture, they may cause indigestion because a ,r.
1 tariff bonus and
3 ship subsidy.
of their high concentration. A com- ( Mrs. C. Y. :Mayo and little daughter "is," not the true issue beforeconj'reRS. I| The Insistence! that Mr.: Harding I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mi-, "

COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS: parison with other common foods will of Milton, are spending a few W. Dyal.
"It hat been raised the Alabama make a "swing around the circle
indicate how peanuts be weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. by | Miss Estelle Wasdin of Wu
many may such as presidents have made
I'ower Company, the ,pircular conti many
Dado< -The heaviest crop of mangoes eaten to advantage." J. H. :Moore. spent the week-end with relative t
I "which before him has come principally,from
ues. is acting as the mouthpiece
in this :Miss Ella Waits of Hawthorne has section.
probably ever produced It has been found by experimentthat senators our
I of all the special interests that / and representatives from the _..,...
county is being harvested and ship- one pound of peanuts supply as! accepted a position as clerk in Young'sDepartment west. i I -
to the Muscle Shoals
are opposed de-
; ped. Indentions are for a large increase calories and much I Store. i I
] many as protein as velopment. The real issue is between Political advisers of the president Gold 'in History. t,
in acreage of this fruit. the following amounts of other com- Geo. F. Young was a business visitor the also have recommended that he make Hold wns! known from the *nrH *' 's,
consuming public and
mon foods: to Hampton Monday. I 1 datorlc times, and Is mentioned In th ;,
6 cial Interest the trip. While they do not intend
t 1larlon'Iltermelon crops that Calories Protein Arthur Wilkerson, of Maxville, wasa groups. great interests I vlevenlh verso of (lie second chapter :Y
that Mr. Harding shall make the
were properly sprayed for disease are Dried beans ____ 1,5 Ibs. 1 ",so visitor here Saturday. are the :fertilizer manufacturers I I *f Genesis.! At tlrst It was chiefly toed! ,
of ','
4 holding up well, while those not properly Bacon ________ 0.8Ibs. 2.5 tt>s. J. C. Cone, of Brooker, was in Law- and allied interests, the byproduct Mr. Wilson in 1918 when he! i j for ornaments. The trade of the goldi .
1y coke ovens with their related steel demanded that the country send him' i smith Is mentioned in the fourth vcrs f f'o
g 1 sprayed are being wiped entirely EJ.I'Jrs'without( tey Saturday, looking after business
A lesson for the growers next shells) ____ 8.7Ibll. 2 tbs. interests.A interests! the water power group, the back a congress of his own political i the seventeenth chapter of Judges, \\1
(' aluminum monopoly: the chemical faith, they nevertheless believe, and i tn connectionth! the overlaying oJol "
year.St.. Graham flour ___ 1.5 Ibs. 2 1ns. laughter was born to :Mr. and l
have informed .: with 1 l II it.
combine and the financial interests." so Mr. Harding that > gold:
Salmon _______ 2.7I Ibii. 1 Ibs. Mrs Carl Prevatt Sunday.Dr. I
4 JohnlIastinlCs' fair association \ It is declared further in the circu- it is up to him as the titular head of
L. Biggs was a professional
Dutch cheese 5 tbs. 1 Ibs.
-- lar that the to strike the of the To Stop a Cough Quick "
i recently organized temporarily, visitor here Monday the Ford proposal "inaugu I party key note
i made this week. A rates a new method of developing our congressional campaign.The take HAYES' HEALING HONEY. j
was Dave Denmark of Jacksonville
the b -
cough medicine which stops cough >
great natural resources with low interest three successive shocks administered
be held this fall.
fair will visitor to
Lawtey Sunday. healing the inflamed and irritated tissuesA
I rates and amortization to the party organization (
of by
It in. u wasteful practice to raise Mrs. A. M. Blanchard is spendinga box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATF ,.f.
M Plllntka-Late Irish potatoes are pigs from scrub breeding stock. Hogs few days with relatives in Jacksonville cost" in addition to giving to a board the Beveridge victory in Indiana the SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds aw '
being harvested and late sweet pota- I : I of farmers the regulation of distributing Pinchot victory in Pennsylvania, and Croup is enclosed with every bottleHAYES' <'I' Q
with blond of
good good pedigreegive --
I1F toes lire being planted. The curb market returns more than double those W. Ti. Swambom of EauGullie, was methods. I the Iowa surprising also Brookhart victory in should be rubbed on the chest and throat a'

1 is continuing successfully; both of nondescript hogs. I the guest of his parents at Saxton I ., have had a part, it is understood of children suffering from a Cold or Croui /
held at the home Sunday and the ( in promoting the
body president's
I producers and consumers are satisfied. In answer to a letter requesting in- last week. The hallnaeffwt of Hny....' Honllnit Honey m
interred in Evergreen cemetery. The favorable decision. tide the throne combined with the holing effect m" >>
c' Julius Eunice returned to his workin (brow's OHen-Trixs Salve tbruuiiU the '
I Clay-ton Port Tampa the first part of the services were conducted by Rev. J.I.! Party leaders and the dozens of vis- the skin noon stops courth. poles
I I Belt, pastor of the 1 ethodist, church. itors that daily come to the White Both remtftli'fl are packed Inane carton sad tnwt >
Polk-Citrus report good week.J. .
growers vision, at the Florida College of Agriculture of the combined: treatment la 35o.
net prices for late shipped fruit. And said: I P. Leigh, of Jacksonville, was a | The revival meeting at the Baptistchurch House have impressed upon Mr: Hard I Just ask your druggist for g HAYES'HEALING

h trees are in full bloom again. "The quickest improvement in the visitor to Lawtey Sunday. |I is being continued through this ing! that the country generally, and HONEY.!;

breeding of hogs is made through the John Mann and son, Dennis, were
Citrus Forty-eight growers area use of good, hours, and utmost unbelievable visitors to Starke Monday. I __ .. _n_ ___ I
bhipplng tomatoes from our county prices ore paid by leading J. It. Eddins, of Gainesville, was a -

co-operatively. They are saving! J PO breeders for exceptional boars, Why? business. visitor to Lawtey Wednes-

;' cents a crate.AlachuaThis. because they best know the value of'' (lay.Sheriff What Your Tractor Will Do!

such animals. W. J. Epperson, of Starke,

county had the largest "Prices of breeding stock at this was a visitor here Friday. I .
enrollment of boys attended the Rembert Carrodine ....
; time are such that any farmer can afford returned here
i club short at the University Thursday from Alubnma. rtiI
course to own n first class, boar. In filet I

% ho cannot afford' not to own one; because Miss Winifred Wimberly, of Highland I

him-elf first, at our markets the margin was a visitor to Lawtey Satur I I

tv from the short course and proud that between good, and poor hogs/ is day.Mr.

1 he could att'nd.OranJeThe. wider than usual; and second pigs and Mrs. Leslie Grilles!' of Manning -

i I from good MOWS and sired by !good I I visited relatives here during the I I"I
'" Fk outstanding development boars will make the best use of the week-end. |

of citrus culture in this county feed they eat, and will' be of such P. L. Dinkins, of Jacksonville, spent \

is Irrigation. Irrigated groves art' Sunday witty hid family. [I ,r Pnlen e o I

f, head and shoulders above anything (.j I pigs II. Kinsey, of Dothan, Ala, was the I I i

: ? else. Is at hand. Every farmer should ask guest of Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Hammitt
:, \ {I this. question of himself, "What kind first of the week. "

: Hamilton-Two carloads. of hogs lot) boar is going to sire my fall litters B. M. Mo.seley was a visitor to the
,, ;:( fed out by club members were sold at ?" county seat Sunday. 0 0

I It" auction Wednesday and brought the __ Green corn is still being shipped --_-- oY O ,

': owners $9.50 a hundredweight f. o. THE PERMANENT: p"sTenEin from Lawtey in carload lots. While -
I t b. HOW TO ESTABLISH; IT prices are on somewhat the growers e

I are satisfied and are feeling jubilantover 1

Lee-Another better citrus club organized In order for dairying .and livestock the fact that they have a mar- s

,:. in this county this week. farming to be permanent and profitable ket for their produce. o

:. it in essential to grow on the I The death of little Elizabeth, four- i

.' Duval-We sent 14 boys to the University ground where consumed as much as I months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
..r- on May 29th! to attend the club possible of the necessary feed fur that Louis Roberts occurred last Friday. "

';. short course. Eleven of these boys farm. The family has the sympathy of the o .

were in the corn club last year and Feed grown with the least amountof I community. .

'i:' made an average of I 54 bushels to the handling Is usually the cheapest. M. L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville, Break land Harrow and '
I It acre. Expenses of their trip were This leads. to the statement that it is spent Sunday with his family. your seed your land, Reap :

Maid by prize money won at the state absolutely essential to establish and i B. M. Moseley was transacting business and thresh grain Grind ,
''I" I q fair lust fall by the county agent. maintain good permanent pastures In in Gainesville Monday. I your your corn, Cut feed for

order to maintain and most! economically Roy Denmark of Jacksonville, visited your stock, Pump your water Saw your wood Cut
If haven't those velvet ,
\ you feed live stock of any kind especially relatives! in and near Lawtey ,Sun ,
J beans or cowpens in your corn, do it our lumber Haul
t 11' cattle and hogs.A day.Frank > your produce, and furnish power

((11' ,;.' question that naturally arises in, Green, of Dunnellon, spent enerally around the
A TONIC What pasture plant Is adapted\ to this Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles !
drove Tasteless chill; Tonic ie :orea'> state? In answer to this! question! Dinkiijs.

I. t Energy and Vitality Jiy Purifying( and Prof. W. E. Stokes, of the Florida Experiment Kirk Smith, 14, had the misfortune

'j I :'" Enriching the Bloo L When you feel its Station, says that for general last week of breaking one of his

, : I strengthening orallng effect, see how pasture purposes, with but few legs;\ when his foot slipped and a stove, Why don't you quit the drudgery aroundthe

p 9' it brings color to the cheeks and how exceptions, Bermuda! grass: takes off which he was assisting in moving, fell
farm? Get
1 it Improve the, appetite, you vail then Its cap to none. upon it. Dr. G. W. Brown was called a Fordson from us; it is

g appreciate Its true tonic value. You can't get rid! of Bermuda? Cer- and dressed the the broken member. ready able and
willing to
"' Grove Tasteless chill Tonic ill simply tainly you cannot without some ef James Browning, of Jacksonville, your hard

+ I:: Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup So fort. Its aggressiveness and tenacity,/ spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. work. '

pleasant even children like It. The blood! the two qualities making it so hard to and Mrs. B. D. Browning.The .

I- needs QUININE: to Purify it anti IRON to eradicate, make the plant most valuable ] I death of Mrs. Sallie Griffis,

fi Enrich iL Destroys Malarial! germs and for the permanent pasture. widow of the late Sambo Gnifls, occurred -
t" G.-lp ttttrma/ by its Strengthening Invigoratir.it
f' Effect *,1c.W. When and how is the best time and at her late home Saturday, .

/ t way to get a Bermuda pasture started three miles west of Lawtey. She was J. W. ANDREWS JR.

Only One "BROMO QUlNINH"To ? No time Is better than midsummer 72 years of age and has lived in this ,

'. crt the ffrnnlu' .call lor 'nil name. LAXA with its frequent rains Preparethe community nearly all her life. She FORD AND FORDSON DEALER, STARKE
n, riVK DKO IO Ql1INI/IoR. iokfornitnaturea. I land thoroughly, as this crop will leaves many relatives and friends to FLA.PAGE .
K. W.CIJOV Curr a Cord In On. Dar Slop
.11 A suuah sad Iwadacbe. anil w)'.- ctf veldac stay with you for a long time, fur mourn her death. The funeral was ." ,

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Iji I to spend the greater part of a night NEW\ POLICY "Tho management desires to avoid Each working: girl has her particular'
News of Florida I II.
in Short
Paragraphs tho Seaboard in clothes and coiffure. \
in the branches of a large cypress in going! outsido organization style
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rmui *MMn 'i"*nuniw -ift-' ,.d..n.w i ( .. u : the wilds of the big cypress country; for promotion. Understudies are "But the flapper! How can you tell I

devoured by mosquitoes; his clothes ORGANIZATIONOF to bo named in the various depart one from /another ? The only danger",
I Live State News torn to tatters by the cruel teeth of ments." with the working girl is that she U <

I\ ---J the giant saw grass of the/ South Florida I Apt to become so self-reliant that sh*
...__.- -- ..... ...... SEABOARDFORM HI.UE SUNDAY 't
, without food for nearly
swamps; will scorn the help of man. But the ,
:g\ Told by Our Exchanges. I forty hours-these wero among tho danger is not so probable that any 1

experiences of Cadet Raymond White, There's a sheriff in Tampa nnll1e.18pencct' lappet should be afraid to reform and
,!.: u.>mmm'.mannmmlllOlUlun..n..u>UJmIIW.rnmnunm'DlDmt: mmmmmmlI\mmm"' ''''''.................. Carlstro'm field aviator whose plume become f
------ working girl.
Fire in Tampa gutted the building The largest tarpon caught in Florida crashed in tho wilds of southeasternLee > RELATIONS.: LAIIOIt His wrath couldn't be Intenser; I

and plant of the Co-operative Ice Co. waters this season wus brought in county Thursday about noon, and TO INSURE: CO-OPEKATION: He's mad clear through, so he's turning 'I ZIFF

The loss is estimated at around $100- Wednesday to Boca Grande by Cald- who returned to the flying field Sunday things blue i I ftZifT ,.
b nO(>. with little Insurance. welter Carrington of Baltimore. The in 'one of the planes that had which And next Sunday he's going. to commence t
A policy of organization it
June .-Mr. and Mrsr'F4'[ ,
!iisli i searched for him since last Thursday. I
weighed 154 pounds. By landingthis !< is stated, will be far reaching In effective I Reynolds, of Graham, spent Sunday
h. W. K. Stafford, carpenter, alleged to fish Mr.
Carrington won the Fox-
results obtained the official
by with tho hitter's Mr, and
';, 1 eve attempted to influence a juror in I hall cup, for the biggest tarpon of George McUougal, 57, who was shot personnel has just been adopted by The pci>i>lu are getting too classy, Mrs. J. B. Thomas parents: ,

I h<' trial of a case In circuit court ut II III the season. Ho also holds the season and killed at Sanford Saturday by his tho Seaboard Air Line Railway Com- Altogether too pert and too sassy, r

1 Miami, was fined $25 and costs and' record for number of tarpon capturedin daughter, Mrs. Norman Swanson, 22, pany at the last meeting of its board Hut by hock ho is mad, iiiid he'll put George Prescott returned, to his
to five days in jail. fired with automatic pis- them in bad! home at Avon Park after a visit herewith
ertenced ,
'I one month, having brought in sew was upoli an of directors. A comprehensive! pliin I I
I enty-four fish in May. tol because he wus attempting!< to attack .\nil pay them for old '1',11111, hllssl'(>. his brother, S. I.. Prescott. J'
i WitS laid out to meet modified! condition -
Die St. Johns river bridge at Jack- : the blind mother of the girl with John Thomas was. attending to business '
in the ) world and
earned for the knife Mrs. Swansea's We hove thorilTs and have to mind In Aluchua, Tuesday
M ville, has net county Ku Klux Klansmen from lli' Stings, II according to several committees wer- created to we 1
'J 1! in.) re than a hundred thousand dollars St. Augustine, Biimicll, East Palatka, story of the ufTair. The coroner's jury carry the plan into effect.Itudgvt 'cm A pound party was given at the
in tolls since it was opened ten and De Land joined with the Palatka ordered the young woman held and An.lohl'Y the laws ns we find 'em home of !Mr. and M I'M. \lrydpnt'etl'

p n. nths ago.Approximately. klan No. l.'l: in a public installation at she was placed In jail on a charge of Committee Hut lliat'H no excuse to turn olf the nesday night in honor of their .In ugh- .(
(\\1 the ball park when about murder to await preliminary hearing. A budget committee of five members juice [ tor, Leila's. 10th birthday and a large
twenty candidates I
:' 300 cases of Lawson were initiated into the order :, !Members of the McDougal. family who and u public relations' committee And run cnrs by pushing behind 'tom.I I 1 crowd enjoyed the occasion. Those /f ..
of three members have
; -t ,.tell whiskey were seized by Duval before one of the largest crowds ever moved hero from North Carolina\ to boon 'rented, I present wore, Misses Oracle and Olllo 'j : I

'5 1 nty authorities Sunday morning assembled 1 1 in Palatkn. The big grandstand Sanford about 20 years ago, hud had 11 I besides, the establishment of n permanent I Now, shcritf you ought to ba wiser, Padgett, Nellie\ Jones, of Plant City, ..joI

airing\ a couple of raids near Floral and bleachers wore tilled to overflowing frequent quarrels over property mutters I.1.I labor committee. Comptroller r'loridii'B, no place for a lnllll'rJWhIm ; Nita !Starling: and Lola' Call, of Graham I
,J I I. iff.. Places raided included an es- and hundreds could not even and the trouble culminated a few I I R. Powell, J I'., has been eloctcd! a election Is: here t very much I t Avy Starling, Alma, Kliodu and ..
weeks in the tiling of suit for vice president mid comptroller, while\ Alva Thomas, Ethel Dyul) I 1..11,1 and .
v I ire. known ns The Oaks, and the home si-cure a plnca to stand 1 along the ago u florYnu'U !
divorce by Mrs McUougul..V General Attcrrnej W. L. Stanley, with Ra(hel Dryden, Messrs. Kdd: Yarborough (:
f Frank Cole, which adjoins the es Hide! lines. bo handed I an I\wfl\lul'l'rl\ (>r.
headquarters in Atlanta Jii., has beenelected of ijturke/ Roy Johns and Co.p'K i :
t.iti-. --- -.\. A. Lone\ In Tunipa Citizen.
\ice-president, in line with ... er nl'ald", Norwood and Forrest
Sixty-two dairies which supply Orlando photographer at Palm 1'eauh,
.-ix, Chinamen, alleged to be meml and Winter Turk with milk, whot takes moving pictures for one the policy. General Manager M. 11. FLAPPKU: :SOl'I.LKSS.' : \IU'IS'I' Sweuringen, of (;icorgia, Si hell llyl'il J
Cahill has been ,
l < ;-" of a band of 19! smuggled into have been closed by the city pure food of the concerns distributing news film I elected u vice president S\YS Alvin \Vnstliii, John' Reynolds, Harlejr ,

rid Tampa some days ago, two women inspector, for alleged< failure to comply communicated recently with the headof anllI'elll'al ntunn ""r. Thomas, Henry P-idgett. <>f Graham, '{r
other have been arrested with the No expcndituii' will be made in any Mr./ and! Mrs. Frank Reynolds, Mr. !1;
n II I six: men provisions of the state one of the Seminole! camps near "The modern, girl! lui heart
no ,
I..\ police and federal officers, follow- health laws. The city's milk supply is there, in connection with plans: to"shoot" department or division of the railroad! soul sentiment if she has she ntid 1\1 rll. Jack Padgett. Tho many\ I !1'1
no re- ';
. UHf months of investigation of the derived from eighty-seven dairies, but some pictures in the .;ver- that .has not been !primarily submitted fuseso to admit. it," says Frank I X. friends of !Miss Dryden wish her many 1..'

i .oration( of a Chincse, muirgling ringr. : following the Hweoping: order of the glares Tho Seminole, who speaks and to and passed upon by the budget l.c-yondi-oker, one of tho best known more happy birlhditys. It"

I Tampa.K. inspector only twenty-five of this writes English after a fashion sent committee, subject to the approval of artists and illustrators in the country. -
number will be allowed permits. The the following note to the the president. The- chairman on thin .---- .

S. Salter soul Walker !Morgan, others may reopen after installingnew I er: "Think so picture I'hutngl'aPh-l. committee is Vice President Powell. "You dare nut to talk to the fl.ippcr. To Remove the Mote. .
Dover had equipment'and Full Moon June. Green Corn The other members of this committee When traveling 010 should alway
.f the community a nar- meeting the provisions Ojus I Ii of classics nor of otliorm-rlons things, '\ t
flthu ojus' arc Vice President Cnpps, trafnV Vice bear In mind that finders fire apt te I II '1
r?" escape from death by lightning o state law. I i d.uice. You I ketchum picture u.h. ; for she simply will make nn attemptto
ti;. day, morning As they were climb- Indian. Wyonu-e drink um oju..j : Ilolywagua -I President Tuple, federal relations; absorb She Is idle frivolous, I BnJ their way Into tln, cyt'N.. An eye r
The 'oll1mlsK-;: :; with Vice President, Null, treasurer and,\ then cup, n lotion for butbliig and I n fewOnisiM'il
'mif! over a fence, lightning struck thewire ( of Jacksonville I I / to hell. Persons familiar und 1 heedless of tomorrow. However, "'
should In Included In
near them, knocking Mr. Salter decided at a meeting hold Tuesday to I the Seminoles tcanslutcd the note as Vice\ President and General Manager/\ I l I will admit thut she is charming and l 'I ; A boraclc aoM solution yourpucltiiK'C will ,

unconscious for an hour and sending double the capacity of the city electrih follows: "Think you can get plenty Cahill, operations.The often Irresistible. "to found soothing. for yes Hint.tiro lu \

y n Mr. Morgan into a dazed condition for power plant by the installation of a !I of pictures at green corn dance in the ,public relations committee1 ( "Sim looks, HO )'ounlhui l ( 1 knows HO Primed! : from .dust, wind or fore)g u mate i
-!....oral minutes. 10,000( K. "'. generator in addition to 1 full moon of June. You can get many sists of Vice President' : J. (' 'on-j I much, -m m h Ihnt she could. do well ..r. I

that now in operation. The Philadelphia pictures. There will be plenty of Indians chairman, Vice President. L. not to know She assume no respon! .
'. Pr. J. R. Harris, Tumpa Health oflii firm of ScolieM' I, Engineering! Co. : drinking whiskey (Wyomoo) ley and Director) of Ivvelnpmrnt C. sibility. She seeks nothing hilt amuse'

;' .eon: reports from his chief inspector was employed to survey the utility plenty. They will got very drunk. :No-'; S. Ucker. ment. When a boy rcuclx'H I tho' (flapper ,
t 1 condemned five carloads of wa- and oversee! the installation of the'I! loll.l-to hell." I'l'ilernl I Relation) '( age ho usually has some obligation -
\ i-rmelons Monday morning as unfit new unit. The cost of the new generator Vice President Oiplcn will handle to fulfill He gets n job or rUcho

for eating. The doctor issues a warn- is given at $280,000! while a Dr. J. A. Hague, member 6t the mutters of federal relations.! Vice branded a loufor. The girl, however -

)jjl nikr to householders to beware of any five per cent fee on the total cost of state board of medical examiners, and' President. Stanley, general: public relations spcndd' her time rcmlftig/ frothy\

I watermelons the stems of which are I the improvements will be the moietyof one of Lafayette county's most widely including state commissions literature( mid smoking. '

.jj' not green and which show evidence of the engineers.S. known citizens, killed\ himself at the and 1 municipalities, Director of I>1..ce1opmeiit "In in yupinion the only hope of. tho DAVISINSURANCE
hit been cut off close to the stem lute :Mon \' ticker, I matters pertaining ,
lag homo of his sister at Alton nation rents upon lint working. girl..!
end of the melon or show that they M. Gordon, a yard switchman of day. lIe operated a small hospital at 1o industrial, anti agricultural development She: has more originality and l individuality -

have been treated in any way. the A. C. L., at Sanford was killed Alton and Mrs. Aipinwall was In us well us questions of public limn the Dapper, who looks. lo t
when he fell from, the running boardof charge of it. lie went to the hospital concern, to thu whole Southern coun

J. B. Clark of Live Oak has a full a switch: engine under the wheels and] saying he desired 1 to rest, occupied try. Colds Cause tirip uu
page in the Northern edition of and was ground to pieces. lie was one of the beds.. Shortly beforehe President S. f'lvlesVnrl' ., in announcing LAXATIVE IROMO! QUININETiM.iU *move U")
tellIre riding on the running board in orderto shot himself, the sister entered the the organization u statement cnunrt. Tliei., in only nnq"n"' Ouinlt ? STARKE
\ success step off to make couplings, and, it room and was Asked for a glass of woWh..n to the ulllclnls and, employesHiil E W r.HOVE'j i cnm"' .r ..n 1.... ..,",'". .
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Dealing Schley" Is thought that in passing the coal in part: -
i mtinuous Heavy I ter. she turned to get it she -----
t: cum.I Mr. Clark leased the famous chute a large lump of coal on the side heard the click of a pistol and wheeling "To moot the HIMesuities fur conducting WEAK HERVOUo:) iicuwivwramraiamiuoouionrixuvaGx! ; J I

,t; i r! e from J. D. Hawkins for ten years of the! track: brushed his feet out from she saw that Dr. Hague had the transportation under present COFFIN & C \SKErSAnd

f..r $400 cash, and expects to have 200 under him. Before he could recover I weapon held to his right/ temple, but and changed conditions; to provide for Full Mn ofu..J.

a. rims of similar trees in ten or twenty his balance ho wus thrown under the before! she could' interfere ho fired, the a wider and better, tniderattindintc l>ctwuen ALL RUN-DOWN .a y
ors, He has insured the tree for wheels of the engine, being killed instantly. I bullet causing instant death. lIe had tho shipping/ 'public and [public < i r r .. Su pplteaAUTOMOUIL.H .ta'
the last bodies and the railroad, and between
'I'd. The nuts from tree been writing on the prescription pad I1KARSE.Alwar .
ar were worth $150. __ and in it declared that politics and his the railroad and! its employes; to furnish on hand. The bent *.rtc -
J. S. Myrick, of Woodvilfo/ emerged I enemies bad ruined him and that there! the moans for the definite< control )llusoori<: Lady Suffered Until Slit! :. at the lowest prices. Spa 1

a \ new record for excavation during I from an automobile and train wreck wait no other way out. of expenditure' ; to provide amore Tried Cardui.-Sayt Result ciAl attention lo telegraph! orrm. -
">"e month was set in the North St. near Tallahassee with only a broken Intensive development, of the! resources UvjtlNtered I'Jinbalmvr. ti i i

I. atie drainage district for May, when nose and a badly bruised body. He Telling! a thrilling story of !being of the territory traversed, by Wu Surpruing."-Cot AIooj -
material was taken to a hospital at Silver City the Seaboard the settlement! of i iI
'"'''H 300,000 cubic yards of kidnapped Saturday night and taken ; questions Normal DeWTIT C.: JONES
wa excavated. The work was donen where it was said his injuries were Mucclenny, Doris :Maycomber\ 11 t. growing out of federal control, Fine, Became FLA-
the new million dollar 75,000 acre not serious. A negro riding with him of Jacksonville' is bl>lng' helot in thewomen's and to obtain greater<< economy In railroad and Healthy. I ;;

i itrict of the above name. Nearly in the automobile, although having a quarters of tho city jail, andA. J administration/ by n strict nd- I'' two.flfths of the total excavation proposed shoe torn from his foot, sustained on- L. MidKett, young man, whose address norence to I the Intention to carry out .I -

for the district has been accom ly slight scratches.! The accident occurred i could not be ascertained, is held the purpose of the transportation act Springfield/ Mo.-"My back was ASPIRINName
u' plished. on the Thomas City branch of at the county jail. They were nrrest1 of r.20* it has been determined to weak I could hunlly stand up, and I I I .
the S. A. L., when u passenger train at Macclenny Sunday morning and make provision[ [ for a comprehensive would bat l >arlnK- not wall at lime, says Mrs.
West Palm Beach will bring the struck the car in which Myrick and carried to Jacksonville: The girl, who organization: fur a broader and more was D. V. William. wife any of t wall-known "Bayer" on Genuine

ocean to her doors by digging a channel the negro were riding. The train derailed I told the police she scarcely know Mid- extended! use of the talents of the firmer on /Jlouto U, this place. "I
through the inlet which connects and ran on the tits for !fifty gett, stated that he and another man forces of the company./ It in desirable. kept gritting headaches! : and having tefa

the ocean with Lake Worth. It is the I yards, scattering; parts of the automobile took her away from a spot near her that effective shop orgunuiitioim und describing to bail! ,"the continue troubles Mrs.from William wblctt V ..1,.1
aim of the pity to ultimately have the before it. home early Saturday night. She said l standards he maintained.. she obulnml relief throiiRh the use of L

channel dug to a depth of twentyfivefeet Midgett told her he was going to marry Policy /Rp: Expenditures Cardul.! "My husband, baring heard pG
allowing ocean-going vessels. to The supreme court has reversed the her and! give her a $1,000, and that "First, the expenditures made by of Cardul, propound petting It for ma. 1

enter the lake. In order to insure the decree of the circuit court for Clay the second man, who was drunk, drove this railroad, in every department "1 saw after taking/ .. lame The Cardul result
that I was !Improtlng.:
Paul Brothers 4
proper facilities for docking the "in- county in tho case of the car and wrecked. it near Macclen- shall be decided upon by H committee wm surprising. I felt like a different' C 1H
let commissioners" have authorizedthe et nl, appellants vs Long Branch and ny. She then told of making her escape 'I designated the budget! committee, no person

taking of an option on a $;;0,000 Lakeside special road, and bridge: district and that an officer came to her expenditures. will !"I' mudu by the organization "Later I suffered from weakness

piece of lake front property. et al, npix'llecs, the opinion is rescue. The name of the second man / or those connected with thu aDd did weak not rpst bark,well anti at felt night all,rundown.I I wan .o. Take Attpirm nnly t* told In each pack,' {.
per curiam. This suit was brought who has not been arrested, is not railroad unless primarily Agreed upon nervous und rrnna. My husband nald iH>lm uf K'"nn'' Ilityxr' Tablets of Aspirin.'I'hwt I'U
CALOMEL MAY TURN: under, the statute to validate $1,000000 ,- by the budget you will b.t following the dirnrtion t
known. The case is being closely investigated. committee. After consideration be would get mi .some Cardul, which ,
ON YOU NEXT TIME of six cent bonds designed to did. It strengthened tna My and (hmiigu wnrfcnl. out by phjmioUiiM
per by that committee of suggestions ha luring 21 y'....., and provwf aafo by million -
be issued for the construction of roads doctor said I got along fine I was la eiibntitutMi.,
made !by tha heads, of thu various *. TaJto no chitncoa with
I cannot i
Next Dose You Take !May Salivate In a district under chapter 8888, acts STEPS O.V RATTLESNAKE [ department of the railroad' the good healthy condition.t"Thousands If you taw the Mayer trams. on toblxt, t tyts
too much for /
and Start a World of TroubleCalomel of 1921, which purports to create and 9SCAPEH UNBITTENWhile report of tho budget committee will say of women have suffered < olds run, 1I.ln'.h.Wit .,thorn Neuralitln.without Khmimatimn.Karns4iK fear, for. ,M
establish the Long Branch and Lakeside be submitted to the a* Mrs. vrilllauiH describes. until the, ,
president for approval i: '..> is mercury; quicksilver. It special road and bridge districtIn out in the old. mill pond Fri- before becoming operative Decisions found relief from the use of CardnL 1'"in. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablota 1
crashes Into 8vur bile like dynamite, Clay county. day afternoon pioklng( blackberries, of the budget! committee will Blue it ha helped so many Cardai, you U c.1Mt f. w M-ntn. I Itntinfuitit, /\ al.<. Nell lnrRwptHuknu" tf
should not hesitate to try *. Aspirin in the trmlo. murk. of
cramping; and sickening you. Calo Percy Osteen and Ernie Sutherlandhad cover six months. periods in advanceof troubled with womanly, aflmants. Bayer Nfanufiwfciiri of :Monoaocticmldutter :oJ P
Tampa's first blue Sunday was only a close call from being attackedby the amount of expenditures' to be For sale cvarywliar 1 B.K of :fnlirylicnrld.:
never blue around the edges. Drug stores a rattlesnake. They had picked made through the several departments f

If you feel bilious, headachy constipated filling stations, soft drink stands and up to within dangerous proximity of and divisions of the railroads. These 1
'' and all knocked out, just go other places in the outskirts and sub-' where it lay coiled ready to make a amounts shall not be exceeded In any' You will make a mlytnke

''f! to your druggist and get a bottle oft urbs remained closed, as a rule, all deadly spring. No warning was given reiipcct by departments or divisions. Dig i: Reduction In Prices if you order your fertilizer -

Dodion's Liver Tone for a few cents .day but the down town places evidently the men that they were in perilous "The budget Committee Is not to be without getting our new prlce-H.sts; just l hmued. I'lenty

kq which is a harmless vegetable tub8tih had adopted the wartime slogan of quarters and they proceeded to fill regarded! as alone checking expendi of Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertlli/ers, Insecticides

' >t for dangerous calomel. Take ""business us usual" and a keen eye their buckets with luscious berries, tures. It must know the reason for Sprayers Poultry Supplier. t

a spoonful and !lIt doesn't start your was required to detect any difference unconscious of nearing inch by inch a the expenditure, whether the reason E. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ",
liver and straighten you up better from the usual Sunday. Drug stores, most dreaded reptile. The first thing is economically sound and whether the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

f and quicker than nasty calomel and cafes, lunch rooms soft drink establishments Ernie knew he was standing on a expenditure, If made will tie effective
theatres, Get NEW !March 1922 reduced. price! >U before burin
motion picture
without making: you ick. you Just coiled Battler and without fatal hesitation in results. ---, III
go back and get your money. garages and other places of business 40 leaped to safety. Strangeto "The labor committee ill not intended \ -
Don't take calomel 1 It makes you observed their usual Sunday hours of say, the snake showed no offense. at a convenient means to send

sick the next day it loses you a day's business, but no baseball /games were at the rough Intrusion and quickly uncoiled questions before it to' the United INSURANCE I i

.work. Dod-.on's Liver Tone IItt'alght-1 played by city league teams. and crawled to supposed safety, States Labor Board 1 at Chicago.; The' GENERAL

ens you right up and you great. I too. O teen was sent to the house management desires tin impartial, full
No salt necessary. Give it to the 1 rUultual In 14 Constipation to 31 Days cured for a gun while Sutherland kept his and fair consideration i of all subjects HAROLD C.

children because it is perfectly! harm- "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" 'U a peclaliy. eyes on the rattler. The gun was given and proposals. that come before this

lea and cannot salivate.. -Adv-64 prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitua. the watcher and soon put out of committee, with an earnest desire and STARKE, FLORIDA
Constipation. It relieves promptly but business the disturber of his peace, determination to reach a settlement if
To In One Day ehould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days which had given him the scare of his possible. It Is hoped that all employ. FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

'T.y LAXAT1VE Cure IIROMO a Cold QUININE! rr.bleU 1 ., to Reliulate8.induce regular. Very action.Pleasant It Stimulate to TkJ.. a60cper life. The snake had five rattles and abutton. es will approach thin committee enter I
mK 7htold. ;
sapthe W'uh, .nd jt"e.Im' 'ha' end coca coca box aN.a bottle. .-Johnstown Newt, taining the lame desire and determl-
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FRIDAY JUNE 18. 1922.

-- I Lake-; Butler. I in> it in Lake Butler Saturday.B. I I MRS C A YOUNGBLOOD.0 A
dren have
I more food, more clothing
of Water- O M BENNETT
Bradford Telegraph Johns and Lem Brown,
CONFEDERATE and better care. I can truthfully say Miss Havana Cone is spending a I business. C L O1I.LYARD
oak seition, were here Monday on D J PHILLIPS
I that drunkenness has decreased at few days at her home In Alhchua. M J Gll ENC

t Published weekly and entered as least 75 per cent among the workers. L. A. Brown was a visitor to Lake I busii M HUMPHREY
J. J. Thomas was attending to MRS MAG MAY
second class matter, at the post VETERANS TO Warren S. Stone, Grand Chief, Broth- Butler Sunday. i, ,' >1 in Lake Butler Monday. I I I 0 H W O MAY H1NSON

office at Starke, J )orida. erhood Locomotive Engineers. W. A. Crews has bought the telephone Mrs. Dettie Berry and children, of I H E MOORER
There is less drinking college : : system owned by L. A. Brown. j, W W PAGKHAM
=:= among spending a week here T B TRTESTT
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner MEET JUNE 19 !' students in this part of the coun- }[r. crews; is putting forth every effort -|' her Tampa mother, are, Mrs. Mary Thomas. I I H T S ROEBUCK BRYAN

thy than ever before within the mem- to build up the telephone system i Mrs. Carl Wynn, of Sampson, was KU7.IM OWSLEY i

In an address at Birmingham a ory of man, When they do drink, the and we wish him success in the )under I I visiting> here Saturday-and Sunday. FO'--8CHOOL; M HALL __ a.i ,

prominent Tampan, Peter O. Knight, RICHMOND: PLANNING TO } N. stuff now sold has most alarming effects -I taking. I Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Adkins and children ]- I PETITION W., the unduralicnud patrons CONSOLIDATl and: ('

stated that there arc 700,000.fciK-ral( TEI T.\I'S ABOl'T 50.000 VETS but as a habit, drinking has I Messrs. Clarence Scuff, ,of Cross I spent' Saturday afternoon here I 1 Hnmpton district hereby petition your taxpraof

officeholders, who, with state, county AND VISITORS, very greatly decreased since the introduction j City, and Wesley Williams] of Worthington I 1 l isitingr. of orable connoHilutinx body to. call Hampton an ehwtlon and Thorewu for th* pur 9Ci ,

of the law. To it is Sunday] afternoon here and d llrl.I... The hcreima school to be ,
and city officials, make one offloeholder[ new me, a spent ( those tr
I Mrs: S. C. Crews! was among ported to Hampton. The board of Dubli!( .
to every 40 people' in the United Richmond, Va., June 10.-With the great satisfaction that students can with friends. attending to business in Lake Butler truction axrrti to appropriate *r>e.00
United now and down the streets of :M. P. Matheny and family and Iris month toward transportation. The v
"The our
States Peter also said, announcement Ijy the general com- go up |, I I Saturday board agrees that no child shall be the J. 'I
the city without being solicited at Godwin of Alachua, spent Thursday of the transporting car.
Staten Is the most governed anil mittee having in charge the programfor. every ( I I Mrs. Leon Thomas and childrenwere J C KEEN
the countries of corner by the saloon. W. 111. P. afternoon at Hampton Beach.Mrs. '
: worst governed of all ., the grand Confederate reunion open transacting business in Lake P J } JARCF.T

the world.-Titusville Star-Advocate. here June 19 to 22 inclusive, that the Fauncc, President, Brown University, I : J. R. Quarrels and children, |I Butler Saturday L M H HAGAN HEDKNBAUGH:

plans for the gathering; have been Providence, R. I. of Miami, Mrs. C. M. Saucer, of Baldwin Deputy Baisden and Jake Johns, of P B S HUNTW FUTCH

I' An English physician, who probably completed, officials of the committee Having to do with the handling of are here visiting/ the home of Starke, were looking after business J H II SAXONV

" Studied at the University Chicago, today estimated thnt 5,000 survivorsof workmen, I can see the wonderful dif their parents, Mr. and Mrs-[ J 'E. de here Saturday. C E HARPERJ WIIFFI.ER:

warns the public against drinking of the Confederate army will attend. ference now and before prohibition. mons. W. M. Hodges was a visitor to K HAYNESJ HOUSERO

\ milk. His principal reason for condemning Special trains over every railroadin Monday now is as stable a day withus :Mrs. W.' H. Clemons; of Key West, Starke Saturday and Sunday. F JOHNSON

11 1 o !\\fli milk for adults is, that nature the South will bring delegates to as any other day in the week. Be- is here on a visit with relatives. P. S. Crews was attending to business 't.JJ GILLIir PARKS

: r only intended it for the very the reunion, one train of Pullmans fore prohibition Monday was a day of Lola Mae Cason spent the week-end I l in Lake Butler last week. J L B n ALEXANDER JOHNS:

m, /It: young of humans and animals, and bringing the members of the Texas absenteeism. Besides, our men are with relatives at LaCrosse. :Mrs. W. M.\ Hodges and children .T V JONES.

; that after that only hard food should brigade./ Ten Pullmans! will bring happier all the time and I know by Several from here enjoyed the social I returned horne Sunday after spendinga F W E B HENRY ALEXANDER

I 4. be used. If his rule works both ways, delegates! from the Tennessee camps careful census that their families are at the home of L. D. Johns of Pine week in Starke at the bedside of her ADA MRS N1MMO C M HENRYA

t- then he will also eondemn! the use of and a like number of sleeping cars infinitely better situated and happier Hill, Saturday night.R. I mother, Mrs. W. J. Johns and sister, A A PURDEN FUTCHA

,. honey, because it was only intended I will carry Georgia veterans. Membersof in every way. They live better, residein A. Andrews, of Winter Haven, Mrs. B. M. Dowling, who are very ill. B JOHNSK
..J for bees Try again, doc. Birmingham Ala. better houses and most of them B WATTB.RSON
the Wilcox camp, of last
I was a visitor here one day W E AL.LG00DM
;, and veterans from Montgomery will i have a little money in the bank. Arthur week. I I NOTICE; TO DEBTORS AM CREDITORS L WATTERSON
All InJ.'bh..1, to the estate of Ely J W WATft-KbON
Fellow named McCann (his name is come to Richmond in 14 sleepers and : R. Baxter, Keyless Lock Com- Mrs. R. A. Foxworth and children, I person I lute of Bradford county, Horlila. ill- H H HALL

% suggestive, of the use of canned argu- another sleeper will arrive with veterans pany, Indianapolis, Ind. of Jacksonville, who spent last week I forthwith.:.d.I nre requested And all to persons pay their having I aaid chum debts; I W W L bWINDEL BUGOU e-ve'-'_

ments!)) has published a book-at his from the state of Mississippi. It here with relatives\, returned to their I aXHiint ...1,1 estate shall Die Die same, duly. .
authenticated with the iinih-miitned adminlstrntor
own expense, of course, intended to is estimated that the veterans, with HAMPTONHampton : : home Sunday. withinpn* year from date hereof, orthey NOTICE

disprove the evolution theory, as contrasted j I their families and friends will bring Mrs. L. B. Parker and children, who I Dated will thta bo forever 16th; day barred.of Jnn.. A. D. 1922.R rated.Notice In the I. hen-by estate tlvon of Wlllmra to nil C ppr Powell,on ''a-:.

with the Bible version of the 50,000 persons here. June 16R. L. Hicks of here for the week, left E HICKS.AtlniintHtrator of Bradford County Florida, deceased lta-
been past
Estate Ely Hicks. Deceased.M I. Florence E. I'' '
o <
.o origin of rrfun. As far as concerns If a motion by Senator Swanson is Aluchua county, was a visitor here Tuesday for Laprosse, from which H-IH-8-11\ Florence:; Powell :.d..liI ::; C.J.r.v.'i1ar': .
the evolution theory it Is absurd of Tuesday.\ will on July 10. 11122.\ at ID o'clock In .
simply the lower congress -
j adopted by point they will leave Thursday for I The Quinine _.at Docs not Coat I r t.,_ JI morning apply to the Hon. R. A. .;"...
t enough to be treated with a"can" the war department will lethe J Miss Thelma Andrew, of Starke, il* Mich. County Judge of Bradford County Flufat
Brnu.e Its !
Grand Rapids, of tonic tad in-" :<* rd t
the in ,
But why the of her cousin Johnny Hagan 11VF: IJRu:.!': (,,101:<11'I! i courthouse Htarke for an order
of nitroglycerine. veterans 1,000 army cots! fur use guest I Rex Thomas of Cooler Pond, spent I .. Roll at private or publie salt, all the riicr
by anY'in1"- without' t iMnd n**"
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j. should he name his book "God or Gorilla during the reunion. The reunion program this week. Tuesday afternoon here. I. 'licju t U.W.Ch". ,'. i. '. title and interest of Martha Florence PC ,
I I and Willlnm C. Powell Jr., minor heirs '
?" One who claims no much respect which will be staged on an elab- Miss Emma Hicks was a business! ) :Messrs. R. T. Oiteen and Claude the aald William C. Powell deceased In end
f for the Bible should not put the visitor to Starke Tuesday. I to the following framed real estate, situated It
orate scale, will include by Starke Wednesday ,I '
Crosby were visitors to Slarke. Bradford County r loridH.I to-wit
two nouns so close together. It shows United, States Senator Pat Harrison, S. M. Simmons, of Starke, visited SEED CORN, COWPEAS VELVET :All of Lots' Nina: and Ten and the Soot
I morning. BEANS, MILLET, GRASS SEFD. SOR. ten Lot Seven and Lot Eight.e t
.F bad taste and smacks of the lingo of Mississippi, Dr. Henry Louis Smith friends: here Sunday.I Mr. Turner, of Starke, spent several the ;:;.hoh and threo-qUarUr feet, all In
"evangelist. W. Moore and( Miss CHUM. For immediate shipment. All mock "A" of N. J. -Jones addition '< .
i Adopted by the average president of Washington and Leo university -1 daughter, days here last week transacting I seasonable Field and Vegetable Seed City of Starlte.
; Gov. E. Lee Trinkle, of Virginia Daisy, of Theressa, were visitors here business. FLORENCE E. POWELl
Ifffes Write for Price List and Catalogue. Our
Guardian of
( A lady school teacher, 17 years old, W. Tate Brady, of Oklahoma, this week. Don't forget B. Y. P. U. Sunday I beautiful and in.tructive Im Ham C. 1'owvll.Martha Florence Powell and A

in Elgin Illinois, committed suicide 11111 l Mayor George Ainslie, of Rich- Mrs. W. P. Birt of Alachua county, evening, 8 o'clock. Everybody invited and catalogue A Z ADK1NS
I free gives valuable information on Attorney for Guardian 6-9-H
in order to create a wave of sympathy mond. The reunion orator will be Dr. and children, Marvin and Florrie Bell, to come. Mrs. Pinholster, leader. and
farming gardening for Florida and
for the other teachers there, who Douglass S. Freeman, editor of the visited friends and relatives here this Ileville
Messrs. G. B. Colson, G. M.
the south. Writ to us to day for special | NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHARTER ,
had repeatedly failed in their endeavors Richmond News-Leader. The reunion week.J. and J. C. Cone spent Monday in Jack I I II Notice>> If hereby given that the und>mitrn,"' .'
W. Prevatt of Starke vis- prices on your seed requirement Our ed and our associates" will on July a. A D
to get better and better treat [ convention will be presided over by was a I II
1i4 t ors / pay sonville.F. complete stock will enable us to I 1 1122, apply to the Honorable A. V Lan,, t
ment. While hard common sense will 'Gen. I.ulian S. Karr, commander in itor here Sunday. Gainesville attending supply j Judge of the Circuit Court of Bradford Cour 1.1tll.
M. Kelly, of was -
I you to advantage in price and quality. Ii Horiiln. at his oTice In the City of Palatfca
L' I.r consider this action as on a par with chief, United Confederate Veterans. Rev. Burke, of Waldo, preachedhere to business here Monday\ af- I Putnam County. Florida at 1 o'clock in the
' In, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY afternoon or as soon thereafter aa we can
; that of biting off one's nose to spite :The Sons of Confederate Veterans, ternoon. be heard for an order incorporating us and

tl f '" one's face, the hysterical element, and1 the Confederate Southern !Memorial E. B. Wheeler, of Alabama, who hui! I. W. Pmholster, Sr., is very ill at Oldest and Largest Seed House in Fla. known our lumoclaU's.. "AID into AND a BURIAL\burly corporate SOCIETY t/ t'

I.. which is far in excess of those who Association will hold sessions in been the guest of his brother, Volney this writing.A i 202-206 E. Bay St. Jacksonville Flay: The object of said Association I. to emit
} Wheeler for several has a fund for the burial of the dead., cam 'or'')h
days, returned -
the suicide with the reunion.
regard as a mar conjunction
I miscellaneous shower was given I sick poor and needy members" of the said \rsucistion -
,': tyr, and the powers that rule the Elgin Thursday, June 22, will be featuredby to his home. Wednesday night at the home of Mr. II I -'.. and for the betterment of lie membpr

hoots will probably be '!'shamed" n parade in which all Confederateunits B. Johns has been a business visitor ; and Mrs.\ C. J. Crews, in honor of Mrs\ The proposed corporation shall not be 'er

into granting the teachers their de will be presented; the laying' of to Starke. I profit but it may receive and administer pro'
Crews, who, prior to her marriage cry for the establishment and mamtenarof .
I, man .s, Teachers are now so much : the cornerstone of the Mathew Fon- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Durling, of' was Miss Edna Baxter Mrs.\ Crews I the corporation.The charter. Is file In .(
proposed now on
f. in request all over the county, till it I taine Mary monument on a triangularplot Starke, were business visitors here received many useful gifts and those : I: office of the nf7rlo'; :- the. Circuit Conrt j)'
1 that if have at the of Monument Tuesday.i Bradford d
seems thdy any "get up corner avenue present enjoyed the occasion.Dr. I, JAS. CLARK,
pl: and get" in their make-up, they can and the boulevard, and a grand i W. P. Birt of Louise and Alvin Mc- King, of Lake Butler, was a I. BARNES '.

A ;-1'' '. have things pretty much their own ball in the evening.The Kinney, of Graham, motored through visitor near here Tuesday morning. J w H. C.M. SHERMAN AI.DHIIIIE .

.'kr r way, without making use of a puerile ball will\ conclude the reunion. our town Sunday. Sunday school every Sunday after- H KATE H. MITCHELL JOHNSON I

; appeal to sickly sentimentality. Hanford MacNider, commander of Our town endured the hardest elec- noon, 3:30: o'clock. Everybody invited ELLA PARKD.R. li'

the American Legion and Vice Commander tric storm Tuesday afternoon witness. e I -2-4t-8-23- ---- -
} :J ,led for years. F. E. Henry's two-story .
"Y DKSIRE FOR POPULARITY Ousley, will attend the convention -
dwelling !Main street struck m'mmIt:
I. : *_ at the invitation of the local on was SAMPSON: CITY Pc. f \&
by lightning. The house '
was damaged
r -
has objection legion post, officials of the post an- fi
The European, as a rule, no slightly.' Mrs. Henry's mother I
,i;, ,
;.... to being considered popular, nounced. Sampson City, June 16.-:Messrs.W. .
Mrs.\ J. S. Buse in the
was upper story A Woman is
.: .: but he dues not bid high for it. The when the bolt struck, but escaped H. Smith and Dogan Nabb were Healthy a rt r;

.I "t American, to the contrary, with few W. C. T. U. COLUMNMrs. uninjured. visitors to Hawthorne Friday. Always BeautifulIn a---H

exceptions, likes to believe that he Miss Ednare Smith, of Gainesville,
Mr. and Mrs. ,J. E. Toney had as
spent the week-end here with her Eyes of Man
has friends and that he is
t. many pop- their guest this week, Miss Dosha
'it ular. A newspaper paragraph about I M. L. Smith gave a Signal tea Feagle, of Lake City. grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Jones. Lexington, Ky.-" "During the time 25 cent

:S'J; him, saying that "his many friends"are I, at her home last Friday evening' from Mrs. W. A. Williams of Lake But- Mrs. Brown, of Jacksonville, is visiting of middle life I aced Doctor Piece's

; glad, or otherwise, as the case four to six, and a crowd of ladies! en- ler is the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Favorite Prescription and I cannotpraise
guest her son, E. C. it too highly for the !rood it
"pro' may be, Is like nectar.to his palate. joyed the pleasant affair. The large Williams, this week. I Nabb. did me. I lieln"'r> the Favorite Prescription

If; His great object in life in' therefore, reception room was decorated withan Mrs. Mary Thigpen: has been the Messrs. Fred L. Deaver, Roy Goodge ,; is bound to become .1 favorite

\" to acquire friends and.popularity. For abundance of Shasta daisies, and guest of relatives and friends in St. Charlie Harris and T. V. William. mo- retnedv with each woman who gives Want Adwill b.
tored to Starke it a fair trial. 1 have also lined Dr.
the hostess Tuesday.
(". this reason he submits to clhlnt\ess gracious gave each guesta Augustine and Gainesville this week.R. Pierce's Liulden Medical Discovery for .
:r impositions uncomplainingly, for he warm welcome. I Miss Edith Sloan has returned to ttomuUi trouble for
;: M. Williams ,has been visitingin and colds etc ij
!i does not like to be thought stingy, or The meeting was led by Mrs. F. A. i south Florida.Several her home at Fairfield, after a week'svisit and I believe it to be the best generaltonic !

f. r'a' fault-finder or one hard to !get along Scott, the subject being, "How can carloads! of melons have here with friends.An that can be had."-:Mri. C. C. sell a
Ice cream was given at Oldham, ijjj i'.rcrkennJpe ::Street.
4 with. best supper
women promote observance, of been here
shipped from this week.
law the home of Mrs.\ S. E. Jones. All The use of Dr. 1'ierco's Favorite
When the average-citizen "reaches ? A number of selections were reported -
t ,1 Col. Knight, of Starke, was a business I Prescription has made many women
thirty-five or forty years, and h6 begins read that expressed the views of noted visitor here this week. a nice time. happy by :inakini them healthy Get

.t to see himself as he really Is, he I people on the subject of law observance Rev. Butler, of Campville, preached Messrs.\ J. N. Thomas, Fred L. Dea- I It a': one'" fron your nearest' 'Innririst! $$200 Hoarse

:.. begins to wonder if he, after all, is a' here Sunday.The vcr and W. I. Deaver were visitors to I in eithei; liqrtui or tablet torn ". rita
}Jr. Pieice: President: Invalids': Hotel
the seat last
..r"; ]likable personage. Not infrequently Miss Florence Matthews, accompanied B. Y. P. U. from .Campville county one day week. in Buffalo, N. Y., for free, confidential

.. he doubts It, and he finds no rest be- by Mrs. O. G. Cooper, sang' came: last Sundtiy, afternoon, and dur- Mrs. E. II. Smith and Mr. McNorris medical adviceNOTICE

.. fore he has convinced himself that he "Woman's CnW! Will Win," which ing the evening they demonstratedtheir of Gainesville, were visitors here Sun -

.t" Is worth store than the German mark delighted her listeners Miss Matthews B. Y. P. U. work. day.Mr. TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS or

,I in this respect. To put himself to the possesses a rl'h. welltrainedvoice The subject was Bible Meeting and Mrs. W. H. Smith Mrs.\ oHlctl proposals: for building a brldtr over
.-i; test he. become and she Study Brown and Dogan Nabb were visitorsto the Santa Fa river on the LaCroMffftmokerroad I
may a candidate fort sang this simple song MUs Myra Dyess, lender. will be received by representative of Q
office, although he has no need of or with a distinctive effect. Miss Hazel Starke Monday. the BOArd of Bond Trustees of Hpecml Road I
Others who
were in attendance were 'and Brldtre DlHtrlet No. 1. Alachua County.
Inclination or fitness for the office, Middleton gave a charming reading Mrs J. N. Baker, president, Lester Miss\ Elfie Sloan of Louise, was a Uiriila.I and the Hoard of Bund Tntntee> of : $$1000 Car
visitor here Bradford. County. Florida at the bridge site
; the votes will show whether he entitled "Two Offerings' which met
t Melvin, Franklin and Harrell Parker, until 8:30 p. m.. Tuesday, the 27th day: of
; has any "friends." Or else he will with unstinted applause. Mrs. O. G. Lawton Matthews Edna A, Jones was a visitor to Starke June A. D. 1022.
/ Baxley and The bond trustee* will furntsh the mater.Iola
seek to join a secret society; if he ii Cooper played several delightful piano Archie Baxley, Billie, Edith and Julia Tuesday.J. delivered at the brld... site The contractor
not blackballed, it shows that he. is selections.The N. Thomas was a visitor over to will be required' to furniiih all labor tools or a b,
Moran, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Johnson and equipment necessary to build said bridire.
I tolerated, anyway. The members of hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. W. Elsie Flowers James Baker J.V.. Hampton Saturday.Mrs. Plans and specifications may be seen at the ,
' office of Board of Bond Trustee of Bradford +
't: the society are supposed to be his! Anderson, served fruit punch and Crawber, Mrs. P. B. Butler. Truby Dyal, of Graham via- County, Smrke Florida or at th. office of the

friends, as a duty, and manufactured cake. The subject for the evening was ited her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Henry District, Engineer. Florida' Room 8, Baird BuildingGainesville. ,

; -r :friends are .better. than none at all. Brown Friday.Mr. The successful bidder will be required. to i
l' discussed in a very interesting manner furnish a bond In th. amount of one-half of : $$10,000
*: '. The height of, his ambition is to bo TESTIFYING FOR PKOIIIIJITION: and was enjoyed by the entire audi- and Mrs. R. Burrows, of Starke the contract price. I I I

able to.enter a popularity contest, and were visitors here Sunday afternoon. bids.The riiiht is reserved to reject any or all '

.' he wili cheerfully go broke buying "Since the date on which national ence.H. Messrs. W. S. Nabb, W. J. Rober- W R. THOMAS.: I'
B. \\ t'est of Waldo is'
movinghere Chairman 8. R. A. B. District No. 1, Alachua .
and W. were'visitors
son Smith
,: votes for himself. prohibition went into effect the savings this week. to county Florida.
deposits of this bank have increased the county seat one day last week. E S. MATTHEWS.
t ; This American trait, though rather Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was a pro- Chairman. Board of Bond Trustees, Bradford FarmWhat
'''t amusing, has an immense influence approximately $10.000,000, or fessional visitor here this week. Master Silas Jones has arrived here County. Florida B- -at-B-23.
I 30 per cent" writes John Jay Abbott from Daytona and will spend some i
:for good. It makes friendly both social Mr*. G.V.. Hicks was a business NOTICE OP ELECTIONBy
. vice president of the Continental and i time with his grandmother, Mrs.\ S. E. the power vested In I them the Board of
a intercourse and
; visitor to Starke Monday. Public Instruction of Bradford County Flor
q makes Irritability and "smallness" almost Commercial Trust and Savings Bankof Jones. ida, hereby calls an election pursuant to Section .
2. Chapter 1913. Act of
1917. for the
" I unknown. It creates sympathy Chicago "There is.no question but BROOKER purpose of eonnolldittinff Hampton and Themes :
'' ,. that prohibition has contributed I NEW RIVER special tax district as they BYe nowmapped
promotes .generosity. It causes very and dealanatod. on th. county records ..
'l; t Americans to be considered a kindhearted substantially to the increase of savings Brooker, June 16Rev. S. S. Proc- I to elect three trustees, and determine the
In. the United New River, June 16.-H. T. Parnell amoan tof millaire to be _01. Said election.
f' .i. sympathetic and pleasant States, and therefore tor, of Lake Butler, will fill his regu- to be held Saturday. July 1. 1922. '
has been of was a visitor to Jasper Sunday.Mr. : For the purpose of holding said election In is :
\, people everywhere, and what faultsr" i great economic value lar appointment here Sunday at the The..... district the following manages areappointed more economical -
we have nation : to the country." and Mrs. Henry Brown, 6f l G. W. HInaon H. E. Moorer, 0.
may A Missionary' church.
are com Baptist Every- I(I
- I Sampson were here M Bennett, inspectors t and clerk. and '
am opposed to the entire Morjjay. H.9d profit
pletely'overshadowed. In the eyes of body invited to attend. For th* punxiee of election In
the manufacture and sale of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Crews were visiting Hampton district the follo.rnil manage* ar*
foreigners, by our virtues. So thereis liquor Henry Douglass and family of Olus- here appointed! B E. Hall C. E Harper A. M.
no harm in our striving for friend because I look upon it as the basis and tee, spent Sunday here with relatives.Mr. Saturday. \Villlanu. Inspectors M. L Watterson. Clerk. able than a want
Mr. B.
and Mrs.
ship and popularity; let us continue; foundation of ninety per cent of the Priest, of Hampton, was transacting Riley Wasdin ot Graham -9-4tS-30 WIGGINS.Secretary.
crime and criminals have were here Saturday.Mr. ad in this ?
fit cannot be overdone. we today. I ,. business here Monday morn- paper
find under prohibition marked impryvement and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and little' PETITION FOR SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION
I, Ing. We. the nmleraiirned'
{ patrons and taxpayersof
in the number of men who'1 H. R. Brown I left Saturday for Cedar son, Dempsey, were attending to bus. orable Thrreeaa body to district call an.hereby election. petition for the your purposeof boa \ What have'you

Season for Rcjelelna. are saving their money and who own Keys, where he will spend a few eonflohdatinir. Hampton and Theressa schools
lUchteoasneiM tried by adversity has\ or are buying their homes, and also' Piles Cured IB 4 to I" D"r I IDruUI"e I and dlatrleu.. to Hampton.The Thertosa. The board school of to public be transported intractlon I to sell? I

good grounds fur glorying In Its sorrow in the home life of the workers due : days.Mr. rtfrnri,= money If PAZO OrNTMCNT fan. I airree to appropriate '35,00r
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and :";, ".I lu.H'u! ,*.Blind ,; .ie.dlator'rutrdlaPdear I month towards '....._llon. The school
-Ovid. to the fact that the women and chile : daughters Inez and board serer that no child shall be the driverof : ... ._
Juanita _
4 ';: I spent ':'.-... uUwr kJl J &0.. Ito i&..,..;;.... "i'riLe w.J.i .. the transport-Be car. D='L -.J,




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FRIDAY JUNE 16, 1922. o
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: Mrs W. E. Middleton and children, man board of bond trustees, C. A. them they have in Florida waters, and Mrs. : '

'I l .uc' iimpamed by Powell Carpenter, Futch, secretary' board of bond trustees I Brother Rooney will be here next Thom spent the best part of one day 'j,

Bits will leave tomorrow for a motor trip I and Mrs C. A. Futch, temporarily I Sunday to hold the second 1 quarterly in one of the big stores, Wanamak- f I I ,

of Local.Information I doxVn! the East Coast. At Jacksonville 1 acting as stenographer for the conference. lIe will preach in tho 1 er's. They saw "Blossom Tlma" and :'

they will be joined by !Mrs. Middle- board. j morning and hold tho business meeting Ed Wynn in "The Perfect Fool" and

j tun's brother and sister and the party immediately after service. Mr. Thom almost closed! a deal to sell I

f' II'i will proceed down the East Coast,,: LAKE PARTY The pastor will preach in the eve- n Florida farm to the manager of the
!! -tupping at EauGallie and other I ning about u man who thought ha was New York office. l

i r arf Os. 7.. .. 7.eMaa points.' I Several couples of young: people enjoyed -i the worst mill on earth. The hour

r'PeAI .... Cs.si..wafT.tl.a, a moonlight supper at Kingsleylako i jfor services will bo 8:30: in thu future. The Baptist :Sunday: ) School will hold f '

On the bridge across the Wateroak lust Friday evening. After a refreshing Note the change of hour its. picnic at Kingsley lake oif Thursday 4;'

r I at Hvilbronn a valuable improvementis dip! in the l lako a delicious i I Epworth League at 7::30. next, June 22nd. Autos and l trucks I""

:Mrs. L, A Davis spent Tuesday inksonville. i from ,, -c' I noted. It is plunk laid lengthwiseon picnicsupper was sorved.! I will run between the church and lake
a t New
trip fork where
,- j :ItI the floor of the bridge, for auto Those enjoying: the evening were, HIGHLAND) to convey all who wish to attend.WATERMIM .
n | tended the .. !
rvunum of the 27th divis- Misses Elms Robinette, Ethel Griffin, i
I 1111/1, A E. F. and wagons to travel on. This makes Margaret Long, Florence end Jeannette !1 Jut'G.-.J.;;: 1
smooth running and keeps the scantlings Highland] II. Carter, : p' ',
that Eatmore
(Get good Buttermilk
Matthews, Messrs, Carl Johns lof
West JuC'ksonville'al greeting
composing the bridge floor from :
Dread at Peoples Grocery. I Miss, Mildred Telfair Long, Powell Carpenter Wil- -
.Crosby has returned( friends here Thursday.D. : '
jarring loose.
home I Watermill, June 1C.-Mrs.! 0. A t r
after mot und Marcus Brown *
spending the past eight A. Austin visited, relatives in ,
Still on the job with plenty of fresh months in Tallahassee, where she wasa Jacksonville Thursday and Friday. Lewis returned home Saturday from

groceries. Peoples Grocery at depot. student in the Woman's College.A Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long and lit- 'Former Stat Senator Fred I'. Cone j G. H. Barker spent Wednesday the Lako City.
tle daughter/ Annie, of Palatka, came ,v. K. (Hodges was a visitor to Graham '
and Mr. Blank
secretary of the Lake
guest of H. C. iml'l'rly l and family.I I
Saturday to visit at the home of Mrs.Long's Sunday.Mr. ,
Chamber of I I IEugene
Come downand look our groceriesover. party composed of Mr. and Mrs. City Comm.'rce1.1'11 I Master Johnny Carter, of Jackson- ,I
mother Mrs. S. E. Brownlee.
We'll sell you. People's Grocery I Ralph] Alvarez, Misses Amie, Sinah motored to here Wednesday to inquire into the !I'j I vile, arrived Friday" to visit his undo and, Mrs. Jack Goodge! and son, "
Monday Judge Long over
to' the week-end Starkevisiting
business with spent at
strawberry view
at depot. and Ethel Moore motored to Jacksonville a ], E. Carter 1
and Pablo: Beach Sunday. Gainesville to attend Alachua county getting the culture of berries started i I I I Miss Winifred Wimberly and !MaxjWimberly the luttor's parents, Mr. and< '(\
court, but Mrs. Long and daughter in the vicinity of Lake City. Senator Mrs' Jasper Brown. {I
Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Butler I I ] spent Thursday afternoon
remained for a ten days visit. I Sollie Carter and Evan
Cone the farmers of the Lake Hodges went
business visitor to Starke You can have says ,.II t; Kingsloy] lake. They were accompanied -
was a a splendid appetite, i .
i transacting business !in Brooker Saturday :
City section need a spring -
money crop :
Monday. perfect digestion and sound Tanlac is the most from Lawtoy by Miss Nelle
I restful unquestionably MIt
and! thut-many of them have lands> |,
sleep by taking,Tanlac. Turner's Drug widely talker of medicine in the world ..Roberts. I
.. well adapted to the production of' Schell Byrd, of Graham and Hvifcli
Store, Starke. J. I. und W. K. Marr wore vistors i\
today and those who it invariably -
once use
Miss Margaret Livingston, of Tampa
I strawberries to StutkeIonlll! '. Butler Crosby, of Brooker, were hero '.
is visiting her aunt, Miss Kate buy it over and over again, .
CARD FROM 1 M R. 1'1 1II.sTEn : Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Carruthcrs '
Livingston Sunday is "Fatner s Day" (bless the and tell their friends of the splendid 'f i i
Mr. und Mrs Horace Stokes and ""
and children of Jacksonville
I marw). But it i U results they have derived from its use.Turner's spent .
: not intended take
to Through the columns of the Telegraph Sunday here the guests of her sister, children, of New River, were visitor ;<
Mrs. C. E. Harper of Hampton it seriously. Father himself Drug Store, Starke.C. -
I wish to thank the voters of MM. J. T. Marr. here Sunduy. j:

spent last Friday with Mrs. W. E. it is, a good joke. and Bradford county for their kind sup- H. II .Hudson! spent the week-end) In Morris Bryant was in Brooker Sun- I "
S. of Gainesville
Middleton. Brooking, port given me in the primary June Clh 'Jacksonville. l lay. 1 c
At the meeting of the Woman's Arthur Brooking, his brother, of
and for all other kindnesses shown J.'. P. Lang:, 11. II. Hudson and! W. (' '
Miss Adine Watson is in Gainesville Club Wednesday, it was decided there Utah, were in Starke Saturday renew- me during the campaign.I I / )
M. Wimberly business visitors to WOODLAWNWoodUwn
were "
studying at the summer school would be no other regular business ing acquaintances. C. S. Brooking am very grateful for the honor .

..if the University of Florida meetings held until the second Wed- was formerly a postofTice employe in Lnwtoy Monday.Dr. : \ ,
and, trust that the people have '
I nesday in October.Mr. Starke, while Arthur was in Capt. S. seen! E. L. Biggs of Starke, was attending June !0.-Rev. J. T.
1 fit to bestow upon me( and I trust to business here Monday. Humes, of Ruiford l, filled hit. appointment
A. office. But he later studied
Mrs R. B. Neal, of Norfolk, Va., Bryan's
God will give me wisdom! and ut Iteilbronn
courage J. I. Mnrr church
motored to Pablo Bench' Saturday
1 [ and Mrs. G. W. Alderman Mrs. dentistry and is now practicing/ that
to visit her ,
Wednesday parents,
nine that I may represent the people in Sunday and! spent the day. night and, Sunday. A large and npprelative
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. O. W. White, profession in his far western home. I
thu truest sense of the word.Respectfully '
Misses Blanche Alderman and Iris Ep A number of men with tilondhouiuN ( audience greeted ]him at each! .

person went to Jacksonville Editor Matthews of the Starke Telegraph from the State Farm were trailng an Sl'rv tCI'V! 2
On the S. A. Bryan place on Water Friday T. B. PIN HOLSTER.LKAGUK escaped convict through t hill vicinity Mrs. II. Drury is pel(1iI1gLhu week + l
morning. nominated in the Brad- a
street is a very large and showy hydrangea was Mondaafternoon+ and night. After in Jacksonville guest of relatives! I f,

which is much admired. I, Charlie Johns left Wednesday for ford representatives county primary to legislature as one of from two : SOCIAL tracking him as far us Clay Hill the Miss Oxsie Carter, of Lmvtcy, spent t:,

dogs line! horses gave out and 1 whilu 1 he woi'k-end bore, guest of Miss( Lois 1
Gainesville where he will that lIe is brother of our
attend the county a
Louis Hurdee, of Fernandina, is visiting Miss Elmn Robinotto entertainedthe waiting for' fresh ones, tho convict Norman. ,
summer school] of the University of own B. Z. Matthews, editor of the
at the home of his uncle, :Mayor Epworth League Monday evening made his get-away. | Mesdames Harrington and WIHiaim I
Florida. Union Blade and has been
County a
at the homo of !Mrs. Sara
L A. Davis.R. Humrick. .
-- -- --- I of Jacksonville!
called here Sunday
member of that body before and madea were
A business ml'l.tinlt'V1I8 hold during' FI.Ultln.FOI>lt (:() ""
Mrs. May Jones, who bus been visiting worthy and energetic representative. the first of the FOlt1'I I on account oC, tho illness und
M. Tracy, of Lawtey, proprietorof part I'veningaftor -
her sister I I'lIth of their mother, Nancy Grifus. ? '
!Mrs. W. E. !Middleton. -Johnstown News.
the well known Tracy's Pharmacy I which n pleasant social hour was en- New York, June 12.-."So nil nee back
Mills Elvn
) left Wednesday for Jacksonville where I / Starling, of Jacksonville,
joyed. Delicious !brick und to Florida where I breathof
had business (in Starke Monday, cream can get a f
she will visit before going to her Flower Mission Day" of the W. C. ', is spending n three weeks vacation//
cakes were served during the course cool, refreshing air, implored W.
I home at EauGallie. T. U. was observed Tuesday afternoonat with her parents, Mr. and l Mrs A. J I,
J. M. Brownlee and family are at the Methodist church, with Mrs. T. of the evening. B. Thom, of Oi'nl.i, Florida, after hu I I| Starling/
lake the Weeks Those enjoying, / the evening/ were, had just spent two days vl"itinghl'rt!
Kingnley occupying/ Misses
Mozclle Marine and Lillian
Morgan Darby, of Ft.lyeI'll! is in N. Limbaugh as leader. Misses Ada
Misses Kate and Hilda Struth, M insert during one of those hot, muggy spells !
cottage. town visiting his parents, Mr. and Nimmo and Eva May' Williams, of Browning attended church at I./lwt..y I ,
Joannettiand Florc-nro Matthews, that hit New York soim-titnus In early |
Mrs. A M. Darby Morgan holds a Hampton Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk and Sunday.
/ ; i
Miss Evelyn Colson Mrs. A. W. An- Juno. Mr. Thorn is member if
a (
The handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. i James
responsible position in a big/ department Mrs. C. A. Futch have joined the or I Browning, of Jacksonville, I !
derson, Miss Elma Robmotte Messrs. the firm of Thom, & Thomas who |
Max Klosterman, on the western edge
store at Ft. Myers. ganization. After the meeting/ flowers spent Sunday with his parents, Mr, v
of town, is nearing completion. ---- fruits and delicacies for the sick Wilbur Scott, Curl Johns, S.: E.: Ritch a trip to New York at tho expense of and Mrs. 1>. B. Browning
> '
and Marcus Brown. the Strout Farm Agency of which !
The old railway crossing on Call were distributed throughout the town. M. D Parlor and family were visitors l

Dr. E. L. Biggs was in Jacksonville )j street has been taken up and, replaced The organization will not hold meetings they arc representatives in Ocala and'Ihey '; to Lawtoy Sunday afternoon
a'' BIRTHDAY PARTY I clime up hero this week to wi .
several days last week attending with a new and substantial on(, under in July] and August, but will resume ----

'i the supervision of Section Foreman their work the second Tuesdayin t'ntertain-I i the sights!, do some shopping and '
; :;
Master Eugene Matthews have u liltlo blowout.

Curl Alderman, of Palatka, spent D. L. Kigby.A September ed) several of his young friends with n I It was sweltering] / hot. Mr. Thorn % O !

I Rook party Saturday evening tit tha tried hard not to but had to fENT-A.YORJj D
Sunday at the home of his parents, A plank sewer has been laid partway Hoover Bros., the well known photographers cnmpluln !I
home of his Mr. anti Mrs. K.I: admit that he fur tin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Aldermnn. I through Chinatown alley, and the got a snapshot of the bond parents, war longing '
disagreeable! smell from the rubbish signing Wednesday. The party S. Matthews, in celebration of hii "cool breezes of Florida "We havr'

Miss Emma Hicks and patty, of thirteenth birthday. annivl'rllary.Thr'l'j|| some warm weather but wo don't have
thrown out has poisoned the air in /gaged about the table in the office )
Hampton, were visitors to Starke on that neighborhood.Chas. the board included, G. W. en-t tables were arranged progressive anything nx sticky us this kind of -- ,----

Tuesday.Col. Rook. On each table was u bon bon stuff," said Mr. Thom, "i nd l besides. Fun SALR; I Ill-foul square' tent, gornnu'nt \'-
county clerk, E. S. Matthews, (' I
Frank, of Philadelphia, pos- ,dash tilled with inviting home mad I wo have some trees to look at while' i <- make, ::1 i 1-2 (inch walls, ini

and Mrs A. Z. Adkins and lit- inspector for-the National candies. At the conclusion of several you poor people hero) in New York. fry .x'ellent condition, $:Iii rash. L. 1 II.KuHtiiiun ,
I her plant I
tle son, A. Z. Jr., motored Tuesday to Poster Advertising/ Association, was I BOY WANTEDSomewhere games the )players holding high and' and frizzle on the pavement and can't : Starke. 0-Kl-tf. 't

Orlando to attend the state bar asso- in Starke Wednesday afternoon looking lew scores wore presented, with priz- even get a look at green grain. It Is ----- --

ciation. I the panels of the Bradford es. The first prize a duck! of Rook no wonder that you pcoplu like to Foil SAl.K:-Home, wagon/ buggy, '

I Poster over Co.Friends. in this town Is one boy code, was eon by :Miss Hazel Middletor. spend your summer vacations ill wellas harness and plows, for $IOf) cash.A )

Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green and chil- I who is a "go-getter" spirit, full of The booby prize, a huge stick your winter ones in the good old! bargain T. W. Sherley, Starke,

dren returned Saturday from Mayo I here of Mr. and Mrs. Ro- grit and ambition, and absolutely hon- of randy, tinily bedecked with ribbons, palmetto state:' Box 121. It'LOSTMan's

where she visited her mother, Mrs. L. phile, Gnann have received announce- est. We want that boy. lIe will be was awarded M.istir Owen .riflin. Mr. and Mrs. Thom arc now on their

A. Dees. I ments of the marriage of their daughter the only boy agent; in this town for Mill h merriment was caused by the way back home to get n breath of dark blue serge: coat, on !

I Edna, to Mr. Stewart Wallace, on the famous MOVIE WEEKLY MAGAZINE quests, upon their arrival, presentingtheir fresh ir In Gud's own country. road between Graham. und, Htarkc.
Miss Sinah Moore left Tuesday for lioiit with tried Suitable reward for return to Irvin
to the of the
They sights
the 4th inst., at Conner. The young I II lIe will work after school young numerous conical see
Gainesville, where she will enter the I couple will live in Hawthorne.Mr. and other spare time. His pay will be g'ifLlI. During the evening. u
University and take the special sum- I I salad 1 course wni served. It quite a IlIrKe- l&I.,1: contractfor 1 '
what ,
I he makes it; besides fine prizes TOIl SALI--At: ii bargain, hnnII4Dll1ft'lIoun.
mer teachers' training course. A. Anderson The invited guests were Hazel Mid- this is Urn first time that they. .
: and Mrs. George and FREE movie tickets. When he and gentle horse; also] twotrillion
I where he will uletun, Florence Andrews Mary Ca- had! really paid a sight-seeing. visit
have moved to Lawtey makes good he will be promoted. If row and young heifer calf.J. .
Misses Hilda Lewis and Olivi Cor- nova, Luciii Mitchell, Ruth Sti-rnhcrK'' and there were altogether ton r
1 has many
open a garage. Raiford Epperson you are between 14 and 19 years old, O. Turner, Starke. (d-U-tf.
bett, of Jasper, arrived Thursday I! accepted a position with Mr. Andar.son. determined to "make goenl" and truly Elise Jones, Owen Griffin, Sammy 'I things to look at. However, they i

night! for a visit at the home of Mr. think you are the boy for this job, Sterndertr, Joseph Thomas, Carlisle passed their comment on the Rough 1 FOR KALE-Four hun.lrl.IIuHh.,11I l> of '

and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. I r then apply by letter to Mr. E. L. Gilbert Ritch, Don Hoover, and Leo W itko\- Guy": as we call the Civic Vjrtuo stat corn, ''J:>c pur bu. This corn is. free

I I R. W. Lee, of Lakeside, wa sin town "Personal," 3rd /floor, 119 West ski. ue that decorates the plaza.: in front of weevils find has no nubbins or "

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and their Wednesday. Mr. Lee is recovering 40th Street, New York City. Give of "Hlzjoner's": office in city hull and damaged/ pars. J M. lirownlpp, i]

guest, Louis Hardee, went out Wednesday from an Illness, and he will not be full details of any past selling exper- AMONG T1IK METHODIST! Mrs. Thom agreed with the New York Starke. 6.16.2t'L
afternoon to Kingsley lake,
'" able to be on the road again for some ience; your age, parent's full name women that Mr. Virtue was treatingthe ,
where they will spend several weeks. time.J. Our Sunday school meets every figures of the women altogethertoo FOR SALE: OR EXCHANGE have ;
and business; your school grade and aft
I at least two references. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Thu rough 215 acres of well drained citrus

Joe Wainwright returned Tuesday F. Kickliter and family, A. M. grown-ups and the older ones are studying Mr. Thom, who Is some fishorninn fruit land in Highlnn'l county near I l

from a two weeks stay at Pablo Beach i Darby and family, Mr. and Mrs E. NEW CARAG1i """ the lessons from the international when he is at home, (to judge from Sebrlng, leis Will subdivide, amt

where he visited his sister, Mrs. T. D. M. Johns and little daughter, Gloria, lesson series. The younger ynes his own report) had) to l Iou dragged! sell, or would exchange for land I"

Clark. Miss Mabel Weller and J. J. Trubyare On Monday, June 19th, I will starta are studying the graded lessons, that away from the aquarium where they near Starke. J. H. Fanning, 101

at Kingsley lake for several garage at my shops; between the is, each age has lessons suitable for have almost as many kind of fish an Pine St., Albany, G.. 5-26-41 It

We are handling that good Gaines- weeks. railway and Cherry street, for the re- )

ville bread now, always fresh and pair of motor vehicles and machinery .

wholesome. Get it from People's Gro- The class] in government study will of"every lilnd;;anJ ieep"oYl( hand auto -- --- - ;

very, at depot. Phone 13.Tanlac meet next Tuesday afternoon, at 5 supplies. Only the best workmen and

o'clock, at the Methodist church. Mrs. materials will be used and all work l.

is the people's medicine and JF. A. Scott, leader. The last chapterin will be guaranteed. When You Pay By Check

the people themselves have made it the book will be discussed, which 6-9-2t. J. F. COLLEY. ..

what it is. Turner's Drug Store, will be followed by a short review of .

You know'where'you; stand. .
Arthur B. Williams has S. Brown, of Plant City, was in (In effect APril 30, 1922). : ,

:.t..i Starke the first of the week to visit SouthboundNo.

relatives and renew acquaintances and 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. r.No .

his many friends were glad to greet 3, 10Sa! a. m. Without Account
666 Checking
I him. Mr. Brown was on his way home No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m. a

from South Carolina and Georgia, No. 15, Limited. 2:15 p. m.
:''. Cures.Malaria, Chill and Fever, whore he had been buying and ship t I
Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kill. ping cucumbers. 2 arrives NorthboundNo. Starke 5:19 a. m. your money keeps|[ditappearing in driblets and much of it can not be accounted ,

the No. 4 at 4:06 for when you check up.
,I germs. I 666 quickly relieves Cold, Con : p. m.
j No. 20,Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. M.
stipatioi' liou.ne.* and Head -
No. 16 Limited 5:55
p. m.
HOW'S THIS ? aches. A F ne Tonic.No .
HALL'S CATARRH M EDICT!: JTE! rr"1} :We inviteiyou to open a checking account with u*. ,
do what w. claim for It-rM your .y.t"l11 No. 101 leaves Starba 7:45: a. m.
of Catarrh or Dettfnaw *ttu.,,. by catarrh. ( Worms. In a Healthy Child No. 104 arrive Starke 3:15: p. m.
It tor anyother OF
W. do nut recommend STARKEPaying
dlaea.e. .1.1 I uil.J.co trouMcd with Worm Imvo .i U'"- T. J. GRIFFIN,
HALlB CATARRii l\fIWtC'NJ.. <. a heanhvrolor.. which: Indicate poor bled.and I'.
liquid taken Inumall,- sod ata throut;. tutu. LMUU 1. Tie.,.. bflau lUiinaili> di.tluUtMir. Agent
the blood upon tho mucauJir'"ce; "r G\IVr.: TA "'H''' (,In1.1. TONIC given w'n- check'J.! ea.y. Paying by check i i. safer
Ik. intern, thus r.oiuat.improve .
and ft..Ih'g TaluiI 13 r'llorlnl IhllcIJ1eotion..nd; acts a .oer.p SrremRh- Cure Malaria, Chills, E. SI! MATTHEWS, Pre. CEO. C. WHITE Ca.hier
normal eondluone.All .. .........." 666
.. or' 1'1.
I DruKKtut. Circular ''*.. eninge'a<< "t' n nw.rr Fever Bilious Fever,
... .. Toledo Ohio.; thmwoirrrdi.el! thew.,iiu......;....-CII ::w'et? - - - - -
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A CeaUra.NNUf.N Deacriptlon S... B. T. A. Owner 4 5I!, .
T. A.
D.serlpU.n 5... R.
ft will I .b. ao... at poblta "uctlonmonth F
h In h..I," given that lh_ rl1o..ln" -rh ilu 9rdndy of Mid be'"* th_ 1 7 21 881 K H Smith _- 89-E1 H A parallel with Stet at 4 ft I
N1nl. n 'NE* ------- -- rliiht anitloa to
_.. thence" K: at
MON"AY IN gt: IDlloh 162 K U Smith 1
on the 'UU\'r tU Y'I} ;: enmtpW tb.-rtt" < :) -------------------- a 7 21 _ .. 7007 100 ft thence N' alonoW
1 Donr .t 8tar... mou tl dug !raLi;aaDe oVDnait.rthi ..ather Force W.TA! SEVi+ 2 21 a.iu R U Smith .t ...
1. will Col1rthou.be n.Rry to p.Y th. E. W. IlA Y J1:9: rax Collector. I 2 "a A 4 _.._=::=::::::::::: 8 1 21 215ota It U Smith __.___ 88.84 I In of burin State,at.. Iota 4 ft In to L.the wlrF.pt of W

+ lust or such rule and .dv.rt"'ln"" VII of SA A NBViof ,
BEY.yt8 olsW' Bjr ------------ : :
A SV4 t. E1',, ;; Y7 -
TaxesY of NWCi orv,a A 2 A Lot 25 town of Lawtey E of Ry __
1 S... R. T. A. Own.r a Coota 8 or NWVi;' A Lot 1 or frao WV Lot 41) town of Lawtey E j; of Ry -- '
I.rlpllon 1.I 1/ of NEVi lying N A W of Cornell*, NW% of NE'4 of NB't' _______ __
7 7y .01 8 l' 40 T L Willi.. __ ___ ---- 8t. according. to plat of. ..,f Rem 'eon 87.15 of SW'4 of NWVi _________
4 ------- J And...... __ _______ 111.87I 200 R U Smith -. .___ SEVi
t -- R
I 1) I 7R4VyiGoofSN. i4----Nty---or- BWVa---06 8 11120 T L Willie _. ____-.-.______. 7or Lota City A ex Iota (blddirii'T-_- 4 7 It SE/i( of NWVi of aWl' ______-_
; 8 19.0 A B ;; ;; A All SW Woof ": NW'E
; KW ----------------i-8 Lota A4 B aub div of Lot 2a Kinunlcy road __ _
II yu of SI 'Io of 1'1": '. : 19 W.llle Crewo ____________ Lola A A B -- --- :
____ 1 1 100 28,81'of sub dlv of Lot 8 A SEC4 of NEV4 of SWVi --- g : :
_______ ::::
_______ y
E'/ --- ------ 3 1 10 1211 J V B4w.nL: Imo A A B sub dlv of Lot 4 of -- ___. 5.28 S'< of of SWl' oSE4.
SE'. R L Farrell .. _____ ,
r: 1':'. 0-1'11'4' : & 1'IF.4: --10 1 1100 40 .1R IfRllbmok Ert __ _______--- 169 BlkAl xin Sampson City _________ 4 7 21 SKV 4 of N\Y 44 of SE'. _________

NW!1 of f REV ----------:::::::::.l 7 4"" Mr n nce V.m.d.___._.______________ T.69 L rj" 11 O K A Lot 8 of Blk 10 W E Jona ...........- 2.18 NVa of SWVi .of NEi.1! -- .--. --
, S4? 0' Sr 11. --U___ 7 111 4U Unknown Saminon CJI"o-Ct------ 4 7 21 W 2 A of W'" of NWot\ .
SKI WWII or Huh Div 10 A ;; Sub of NE'4: ____.__________

.. NW.t,4 orr n & W In 17 A'A E '' ______ 13.14I plvSA li C D of Lovof Ulk 18 J C Rauloraon ....-.......__ 11.77 W'i of SBVi of B'4' of NEW I
W ____
tof SWI/ A; 12 7 19 1\1 Stave H.tlu. __ __ n city 4 7 21 a'.i of SWVi of L.It.'/4 ex K
-- ------------
of RW'Il ----.--------------- 7 1D 20 A U Gowen __ ________________ 4.0K [Ilk.I A.jJl C 1 2 3 4 A all nik 5ex ft '
I Et. ot NF. tot NE.a ------------ 7 1\1 4't' Mra C 8 ovlll ... __________ 159 lot 8 A IotA 101214 18 IS 20 of NE'4 of NWI4-a all NWVI

NI.4 o8 NE'------------: \ :::::::::18 7 IV 4U' Muse Robla.on __ __.__.__._ __ 7,60le Hlk 8 A .11 Blk 7 ex, Lota 10 11 Nfc'. W of Ity : IHt t, A ,
Rlt'A ot NE44 P --rNw'4 1821 &Lots 124of D1k84 to Hufua Martin A 1 A to M. 1

.. 1 f' t I W'q of: Nhly If' E'4__o---------_____ 200 Unknown __ __ ___________.__ a88gW4 Lota S 8 4 of Blk 9 A Lute a 4 of Jane Itobinaon _____ .._ __
''I } of NI'. -- B 7 IU NU Mro Flnronce Yun.4oa ____ 16730 K1k204Lnt.24of 11k114 8 A com at a pt 100 ft W of
< \ of NE./ ------ ----------- 7 19 DO Al.vs IfRNue __ __ ____________ Lota. :2 I 4 of Hlk 12 A LoU 2 4 of track on N line (If Sldi of NW
eWry4 of NF'y' 1'1' of rlvrr Hlk 13 A Lots 2 4 8 8 10 A Sub A S parallel with Ry, 846
\ ; ::::::::::14 7 ,19YU 411 Unknown -- -- ----- ----- 1'630 run
,I' KJ Btl!: ot NEy4 _.._ ._ 88 b : :20 M C lI"ulo..on __ _________.__ Div A B of Lot 12 of Blk 14 A t hunce W on Same variation
I of IIW' of SEy4 ---Moo-Mer-if Lots 2 40 8 V 11 12 A bub Dlv ft. thonce N at right angle to
) Alf WI/ or NW'4 &; nil 20 40 1..nrl &; Tru.t Co. 0' Fla _. 1178 A B D of Lot 1 Oaf Blk IB A line of said forty thence E
t: or river 8 2U 80 M C ltauloroon __ ________-__. all Blk 16 ex Sub Dlv A B CD' nid line to pt of bev _________ :
I" I I NWyt4\ or NF./4: It rV.--i.NW/4--P 8 20 4Q MI'II M K Clark __ _.____ __ 7.19 of Lot 2 A F of Lot 1 A Sub .. W B A of N''1.0rN >4 of NW>
'. 'i NNWFIE" .-. 403 Dlv C D of Lot 1 A Lot S of of bW SWVi A N
\ l-l-; :. --of-ri--: ::::::: 2 8 ao 20 J l' Dowllnlf __ ------ a. 1)1k17aLot. 35ofBik184 NWV.of SW'i' of SWV.\ oj' SWU I

I NW71/4 or Int/, oil E'' ot RE'4 !ou8 S of Blk 19 A Lota 3 66 - Com at NB Cor of NEU of N

It W 'f "ubpa mnd .If SW5f____.11 8 20 Dowlln" 11,64 of Blk 20 t A Blka 28 2U .HI 81 82 .... A ___..*Vntn*-_**-. I..i.-. '44 runW 1160 ft to a pt 1
"''F.4 N "r mill "r.n.h ___ 70 J P ---------------- 33 84 88 30 87 88 3V I In fiamp- Wit, 'thence, S 210 ft. E 1H d

NE'{ of NWtG & Wly of NW'4 10,61 Ion City _____________.._.._..____ 4 7 21 R 11 Smith .. ____.______, 23.71 goes 410 ft, N 2JD ft. W 14
t P: of Avrr _. ___", '_ .---------- .ll 8 20 100 Mrs M E Clark -- ------ --- I 1 Lute A U 0 Sub Lot 3 of Ktviw to beg ________._ --- '
I SW'4 of NF:V. .to all IIF.4 or NFt 1147 ,lllk 5 In a uI'c.r. : ---:._----_ 4 7 21 U U Smith\ __........._ 2C3 2 A In SW Cor of NE't\ of '
,. W fI' M.Klnn.'Y branch ______13 .11 20 66 i.w Thnmu -- -- --- ---------- I Lola. .Da 11. 18a Ua A Lola A B ; of :8IiI,4: I .. __--- --_ :
N1CIIr IIW'4 ___________111 8 20 111., Samuel W. Brown,0/ $' C D Hob Ulv of Lot 11 A 50 ft onE I MS 14 of SEV. Of SE'4 A NMi( .
: :_=_______.___22 8 20 20 Abraham __ __ ? ____
S'of/! IW'4 of REy. .Ido of Lot 1, of Blk 8 In BBI4' of 8EVi of SK: -
SVlI'' 0' NF.'i & NWL or SE'4 Sampson City 4 7 21 R H Smith _. ......... .. 8.19 I I.itu 49 A 44 In Woodlawn ____
___ 23 8 10 .. .__. .__.. ______ 1K61 IfIn8-;; ;-.------ K H Smith ..._:....... : 7.6 i
a IIf NE"* 0' 8f14- 100 J T Reave Lot 14: of Hlk >mp, oi. City., 4 7 21 rL Bye of SWVi of SW% ___________
BK, of XWJ4"i,. r"in"NB"Corfor Ixit 1 A Sub Dlv A II C of Lot 10 Lola Id 21 in I'....,.v III.., ""
il ,. .____________________JJ ?" 71SO Coo Kellfy Entrnutlnr ______ _______ 1478 A Sub Lily C D of Lot 12 of Slit .. ,_ r t NV4 of NE'4 A NE't of ;
%lli _________-___--)!: 8 20 Kl.-y| ..__ .________. 1478 IS In SampHon City ______ ______ 4 7 21 R II Smith .. .........-......_ 8.11 flfc' of Nh'4;' 1-____u__
s', ofNEvTofsBvr n___.._________ j 8 ZO<> 20 Joseph SUTricka" _. .___________ 4.03 Sub Div A U of Lot 1 A Sub Dlv NW1 l, NP'' of SWI4. _
if A H C13of A Sub DivA SE'i NWVi A W>4 t-SW
Lot 1 of Blk 82 In Now River ____24 8 20 J B Thomna .. ....._____.... Ill B of Lot 4 A.tl'I" lOa Jla AW. I ol : i ; !
83 ',. of Lota ABA Lola CD N /i'swl.-' ::::: -::::::::: : i

\Free! Blk 4 In New River _________24 6 20 Unknown ......__.______. 147 K P, Sub Div of Lot I'l! A 1-ola I \V'j: of SEVi' of SElG t
ZI: A B A Lot 21 all In Ulk 17 In .. '......... ._. WliJ of NK'jj:\ A E j of NWti ;;
Lot ROot Blk 7 In New' River __24 a !8 Unknown .___________ 1.11 Hampnon City ______________ 4 7 21 R It Smith -___._____ 11.17 Kij of KWti A W'j of SIS'/*
23. Lot 6 of Ink 18 A half \ In Cor SI1'of; NE'... _____________.-_ : I
Lot 1 of Blk H In New River _____81< a U Unknown ....._________._ 1.11 of 4th and Lo..... Street IPStimoBon NE' of NVVU' -- -
23 itp ._____ __ _________ 4 7 21 R It Smith ..-____. 2.8J NW';, ,.f .. '/ ---i; ; C&- [E
Lot 11 of Blk 10 In New' River. ___tt 8 20 Unknown .....__.___.__ 1.11 All Hlk 41 8 of S A L Ry In E of NfcH; of NWI4 __________ :
23 ( end of Sampnon City ___________. 4 7 21 R 11 Smith _____.. 2.03 KS of 2W't' of &I''k ____ l
i4 Lot 8 of Blk IS In New River ____24 a 20 Unknown ....._...__.___. 111 All RIk43NofSA Lfly In E Wf., of K'u: of r---E'/j;

end of Summon city __u_-_____ 4 7 21 Richard I'(.her ....___ 2.sa "\VI. of NI''t' ___!-.._-___.
Lot 10" Blk 11 In New River ____24 a 20 Unknown ......_.__.__ 1.11"" n In lvS'X Cur of SW!* of SW",_- 4 7H: 5 It A un.. -- ---.....w--- 1.1 E'< of S\V'4' of SE',* ___ __
ut. U C of Lot 111 of Oik K'j:' of B'I.oC SK'' of SW'-f j .
Lot 11 of Blk ID In Now' River ___,24 8 20 Unknown ...--------- 111 0&SubD1VABOUE Fof SlJ'/i' of NWL :
Lota 8 A 9 of lllk 18 In New SIKfver Lot 1 of Hlk ID 6 Sub Dlv A14CDEFofLot8of15kii \JlrJ SEI4 of SE'i A :

--. __---_-.-_--_-__24 a 20 Unknown ._____ 1.117v.,1r of SW"\ of SE'4 --___ ___
A 7 of lllk I 28 In Now 23 A. Sub Div A B of Lot 2 & Sub Com nt NE SUV '
___ ________...____ ____24 8 ;O Unknown ._..___.._ 111 Dlv A 11 of Lot 4 of Bllt III In 1..4. .u At run W Crio ft. S 6J't t'l
Lau 10 A 12 of Blk 27 in Now 1H! Sainiwon City 4 7 21 It'L FarreU ___ 8.89 650 ft. N 6UO ft. to beg ____
.__ _______ 20 ... 111 L----------------- of SW of SE1/ :
Riverl ________ -- 24 8 Unknown -- -- Suit Div A of NE'4 -
Lots B 7 10 A 12 of lllk 28 In filllver !Sub: Div A B of Lot 1 of Blk 20 Nine A on aide of \vi4--of

___-_.--__:.-_----_-_-21 6 20 Unknown _________ 147 In Sampson| City _____________. 4 7 21 R 11 Smith ______.._ 4.6J W'4 ex N 1 A for church ____ ,
A vj undlvldvd. tntenut In Lota. 811: Sub l liVA13CU8 K of Lott N'. of SE'i: of NE'4 __________ ,
1 6 & 0 of Blk W In Now River__24 8 20 Unknown ____.__ 1.121, ...rIlk 6 In Sampson City 4 7 21 B L Farnill .. __.__ 1.47 NI.! ., of Slil. A SEVi of SE'4 __
I Com in center of G 3 A F Ry track NBf'4 of SV! ...______.-___
Lot 11 nf Blk 10 In New' River -.u 8 12A Unknown .______._... 1.11 oniio !t" mile joust marked 244 A atriu 100 ft wldo extending HO""
LolA 1 1 A 5 of Fraa Ulk 81 In 21: from Moron A 41 from falatka entire S end of WVa of NEVi

Now lllver ___________________24 8 20 Unknown __.________ 1.47 &run K on ald Ry track 147 NE'/4 E of road .------.-.
Lnt-a 7i A 12 of lllk 32 In Now 23: ft S 62 ft to a pt of bolt, thence Com 21(1( ft N of SB Car of

Rl\or ___-_-________________!4 8 20 Unknown ......._____ 1.11 S 827 ft W 781 fl, N 61SV4' ft of SWV, &nnN210ft."V
23 to S A L Ry right of way, .nd tt S 210 ft, E SIB ft to b"l"J ",

Let 1 of Hlk 31 In New River ----24 8 20 Unknown .....____.___ .04 thence 71 decree!: _E.at on nd| A _-______._________ } :!
right.. of way 3uf It, then.5 sue _..a..L NE/v' of SE'. of &EV --_

All Blk 4: In Now River .._..----.24 8 20 Unknown -..___.__ 200 I i ti. to pt of _____________ a 7 21 12 K U Smith .. ---__.______ 5.30 Ton A com at ounter of Ily wh
SKV, nf SK'i _.._ _____n 8 20 40 10W Kdwarda: .. __.- __ 7.69 :. E tt A of SV' brgSW "n. of NE'It. ..__ 7 21 II Jim I'ndKuon. --- ---_..- 2.4J: : half mllo line of boc 21 ,
"F.'* of NK'J &; NF------' / .._82 8 20 HII D J 0 Creen .. ..._____---_ 1473 I. '. A In SE of NH of S\'A\ of K, A w cniiwt" & run N on
8W!. A NE'4 of SWy ____84 ft 20 I 120 SeluKta Hterrlcka __ ..___..___ 21 "7 : Cot, 5 7 21 2 R A Jones .. ---..--?-:--- 2.CU 400 ft, tbenre K at right nniclen
WjTof \ E/.r ---------
of __ 7 20 Itil Inane William. .. ____....._... 2J.20 I NN';\ of 9Gux' -10---A'In SE Cor Ky to; aid 1 half mile line,
"A"s E'0f'NW4"A- to box ._ _
!I' NE'i SW! of S'or SU'/ of SE'/t ---
EVi of SWb4 A SWV* of S15'4' _- 4 7 20 24(1( Mm. Mary R ThomaaK ________ 4339 A E1 of NWl4 of f SE'' 5 7 21 60 It II Smith -. ---_._? 11.78 NEVi of SEVi of SEVi ______
EVt' of REV ____ ______________ I8V4 720 KO H Andreu .. _______.___ U.78f & of NR of tnn!' : I 7 21 10 W U lloichur ---- ____.___ X2J N'j' of faB'/i of bWVi of
_._______.__. L.U HE' -- 240 Unknown .. _. _..__ .. 48 411 ex W \I'A ._ ______
f ( of S'i of Lola 7 .*. H __________ 7 7 20 40 T W Watora __ & W'. .f 3)1'---------------) 21 --- :
Lut II ex 2 A I In SB: Cor A NSI yj Swift of _____________________ 8 7 21 4U "H Smith .--_.--... 7.DU N'-( ,wrc SEVi of SW V* ex 2 \
of ---- ------ 7 7 20 118 A A Haava -. ---------.-.---- 22,17 1'01'1 y4 __________________ 0 7 21 40 Unknown -- -- -----____--- 7.6u _--_ -- :
J"tJ212 1t;; i't- NW\ "4tE"NU&J "0 U L i'cek .____ 21...; N of fcEV. A !
< ex 1 HO K A : of ': SWy4.of.- _____ 0 7 21 --- 1.w frl;: :
W by 210 ft N A S In SW Cor. 7 7 20 40 G C Hevil --------.---..-- U0 1 1S'1':' of NEVi!: less 8 A (I. SW of ', ", --
I'll"( of Lot fl ____. _____.._______ 7.720 -10 A Q liowun __ ..--.-------. 260i M -10 7 21 U7 JO Wynn .. ------.--- 7.8U Seven A in SW Cor of SEM:\
Two A In SK 'or of Lot 11 A NWof'NBV' & NW I. .___________
6 Ain SW Tor of Lot 12 ______?.7 12(1( 2 S V Andreu .. ____. 1.47 A NVj ot SR', NR1Wof&NWV rht'j.'I: : ;;: : SE'., of/SW1' ,
__ 40 A A Union __.____.____. U.31 SW'i SE'i'
NW'i! of 8W* ______________ 8 7 20 of NW'It WVi of SWVi\ &
2 A In SK Cor of SWVj of SWVi A ,, _______".____._____10 7 21' U R II Smith ,- -----______ 84.111 8WU' of E'", of S 8 E'1. S of '
+. .. SWVI of SW'i of SWVi ________ 8 7 20 12 M P Mntheny .. .__.______. 8.P0 ,sny: f SWVi ___ _11 7 21 40 U 11 bllUlh .- ________ 7.60 r..acj. __________
NM of BWVi, of 8WV' ex K 8 A _. 8 7 20 17 0 M llovlll .. ____._._____.._ 087 N N"6R1; or 0'NE'I 1'10/ A"N vTorSW Vi"of N 40 A &: E boo ft of the S
Com 217 ft from the 'or of C n Wtt A NV4 A of SW of SWU N uf
SU'phennon f land' on line dlv SW rfEV I: A HEM{ of .12 7 21 110 U 11 Smith .. .________._ 27.00 lIe mad __._____________
M of SWVi SFV of SW'4' MW&R"--SW'4 All SW of SEV A E'4 of
Ry rlitht' of :,, A run N 274 on ft 7 21 611 R 11 Smith ----_._.__ 10.52N' of SW'i H of Peek road _____
W KiO ft. a to of $ 7 21 CoO It U Smith ________ 1011.41NIr.I. NEV! of '\ _______
1F SW'.',Ry___right______of way g 7 20 TTrtxen ._ 8 09HI : '"NW"------------3. 7 21 10 liarnard A. Duk. .. -___.__- 2.2JNE' W'+ or NE'J: ______________ ) :
2"Z.n: NCti
i' l"r 1 In Ward City :::::: S 7 20 IIvl W Wanl 1 ..._=::=== : \ W'/of of NWVi -- -

Sot 12 of Ulk 1 In Ward. City _____ 8 7 20 Uloxhum Ward..._ __ _...__ .81 ot,NE11 ___________________ 18 7 21 to H H Spencer ___.__ 11.07 SW' of N\W.\ A }NW: bolt'F
...,.. 9 A 10 of Hlk 10 In Ward of IIW'4 ___________________18 7 21 40 K 11 bniitit .__n > 7.67 NWV* of SWV!* ex S 0 A
"I' City ___.._-_u____ __ ._______ S 7 20 W W Ward _v. _____.__...__. 2.18 NW'4 NW'' olNt4ya &: '{r.ot --' -___18 7 21 1-0 Unknown -- ---- --------.- 21117 1 A in l'I'P'' uf SWVi of tS'*
i li.eas 11 of rtlk 11 In H 7 20 M I* Malheny _._._.._ .__. H NW'' & N' of N1V y4 of 8w'.417 7 21 1,0 Eli Jonva .- -..-- ---______ 8Jft: Com a Cur of SH'/i
,} 8 A 8 of Hlk iVunlInCItYW.M SE/4 __________________17 7 21 40 Unknown .. -. -:_______ 7.6. Anin W 384 ft. thonce
,1, City _... 8 7 20 W W Ward -- ---. .. .- .--. -- 147 NE'of S'Vof of AW'1o ___t______.17 7 2L -0 W U Scab -- -_______ ..OJ eauU-rly to a pt 225 ft W of
line S oldu of SE
on % ot
Lo 2 il 4 if'Tiiik; :j"inW ANEIV'/4 & SE'of NBVi! A

'u'n City .. ---- --------.--____.... 8 7 20 M P Mnlheny .. __.. .. ..._._. 188 N'5' 3w".r of : ale ..IE'; :: of gWVt21F.S 1 21 200 K II Smith .. ---.-._______ 38.t6 thencv Houthioiitcrly 6tiO ft
4 Lot 0 of lllk ll! In Wanl City ______ 8 7 :20 W W Ward .- ____.___ ___ Pl : of S II __*_____________-_____91"KMof 1 21 40 It U famuli .. --------_ H.7a ;>t 120 ft on nid StMi. line,
Lou 8 A 9 ot Blk 14 In Ward I +' ot NtStiv, -____________________.1 7 21 JO C L feukK r----_____ 1611r..W K 1M II to Sea line thence

+ City .. .. _______-________ 8 7 20 W W Ward .. ____._____.__ 1.47 vlt. ,I AWNl/t&'y, \ of SW'421 7 21 *0 U imilh ._ .-.?_.:_? 1/.7J Com on SM 100 ft line W to of bog NE-Cur of--_
Lota 1 A; 2 of Dlk III In of SEll. &
', City .-____-h_________Ward______ g 7 211 W W Ward .. ___...____.___ 1.17 :NE'of SK,t _n_____ 22 7 21 1 0N'j It II Smith .. .__.._______ 29.81Mra of NW'/f 8.15 f'V of KE'; oC NK' ,
run toil ft, N' $13
ot" 8 g
A 11of Ulk 18 In Ward a'.. of RF4i of NW' & K 100( rt to IICK __ .________ _
f City 8 7 O R Cnfann. .. .........____ 610 of NK'A doedo l by WmWH -- ,
4i ion 7 of 1-----------------------Hlk 14 In .Ward City 8 7 20 M I' Mntheny __ _____._ 401:' Joi"a ____ ________ ____ _____U 1 21 '8 Lnnle E Nunor ,_ _______ 13,61Nt Com lull ft W of NB Cur of
Lot 2 of Hlk 17 in Wend City :::::- 8 7 20 20 K A Andrew .. .-__-__.______ 580 .' .. .I\; of NWV' of Sglt0027' 7 21 J40 Jt il v smith .... ____._. ____ 62.76N1ty : of S U4S NW ft, ,of W Sli'100, of ft t.NKf N ,2fllr ::
I'1 112: A U'of NWVi

ft,.*... : ..hilt..--IS..-In---W.rd---..- a i 20 1V Andrew. ___.__ (07 I A \k'i of 1 i.f NEV KVi 4 of A SUV W'/j of__________29< 7 21 180 411H R 11 Smith Smith......________.:-- 88,16NWI4 Lot E 1 IOU of ft Blk to 4 boll na-extended- .-------?-- .
r/nt .1 I of Ulk.------Ward,l .__ ..81I' 29 7 21 ------__. .-- 11.18NE4 on
City _____.., 8 7 l'l! W W Wanl .. ..__ of lilt"--------------------- y', rig
Lot 1 of Hlk 21 'In Ward City --____ 8 7 20 13 T Stewti't .. ..---._.______ 7..00Illoxhatn : of NWL __..___ ___..__ ._____ 1 21 1 411 fhM. M. McKiliniy -- -=:= 1'U: l'IE.r pi' \ mull'SWU< .town if :; __
t ': 8 of Hlk Jl in Wanl' _____ S 7 20 W W Wand __ _________ ..81CII" I INW4 of NE'-:' & NI-'J' of NW'A ____i 7 21 Dill* K L bmltu .. ..------ 82.21 One lot on N lick' of Call :
Lota CrayI 4 29 IJIUOH A Co .. .. >t
l 10 of Ilk 24: VU J I All _____________________ ----- blO It L -- ft. A W by 210 ft, N *
___21 4 88 JUIitik: A Co 83.77
W.... 2.47 : --------
----- 8 7 20 -- -- ----------- All ------------------ bounded N by JiilTenon
Lota HA IIuhlk 23 In--W.rd"II ------ -___--_ ___ __________-__.23 4 22 B40 K L Slack at Co --____-- a'17 .t, Vf 1
Clly -- .---. W W Wanl _. __.__.__ 147 I All All SEll- -oSE'4- _____________2a 4 22 euu K L Reach A Co --__ 73.67 I Innd of Vluu V. Aluruuu, d"
I Hlk 2ft ox lot 7 In -Word-----Oily- -_-_-_?. 872 8 7 20* Hloxhum Ward _- -.--__ 418Com All .ox_ _----- __.. __________ ____24 4 22 640 It L Black A Co -____-===: 83.77NFvt : Call town Btrciit ot Stark: & U In: by NC1 Ulk" of 17;,W \ 1

rh Com r""htpn"nt NK Cur of ,L A''' Abbott ; at 1'11'0: 4 W1-t! or NEE_:__ 6.26 4 22 400 R L Black A Co 83.JU EIJ'6 of Lot 1 Lot S:1 5 7 of \ 1C
lot and run l; 11 ft a ..r.NW\ = __________ ------ n&o
2JII ft W 711 n. N 240 rl to ;; I SFt:' or NE',1 __ __________________28 4 23 40 Nero Uawla _. _. ..--___=: IIU6I : of orlit BW u .btnrko In j> C
In AEi60114it010SWrat:. __ II O :M Bevlll _. ..___---.. 10.27 All' ________-_________________26 1 2J 1342 JC L Bliuk' A; Cu ----------88,71 Lot 1 of Dlk--27 -;; -' ,
: f WoyofSititS 10 All I or tun; __-__---_27 U WOof It L lllack a, Co .----____- 711'17 orltf town
EI ox NK' of JiW' ,
I 2 Nuf9Wy4 I knm E o 1'1t I'll<. 4 SF'U ot IIW'SEt\ ), ot BI'ik'.h: :. txttnuid on Ensvy': ,

buundwt ore: IY 100 E!: by f6.s II A 210 AbhuUY.ft 10 'b.:: I 8wIl.I I& _W'4_ ___8E"4______A___KE14______211 4 22 116U R L Black A Co ----.-_._ 79.90 orb W'i. town .of Starke in NLVi
r J. 4 40 Unknown :: : -- ----------------
idrnAou I't 5 M P ._ ._______ B83 Nhof: IW'i:! --_______n_ -211 li -- -- -- 8U6 Lot 2 of Rib 112 .
Mathony J M
b' S NW' or NW'RFf':, t S--------------- --..1517 8 7 CO 20 111 Unknown .. .... __.._______ 223 All ______________________________20 4 840 It L UlBck A Co -___._--.-- 111. 4 to Starku in SIS'i' of SWV John,
or -
W'of tlWI V'f'twI'Affiy..- 7 20 84 M I' Matheny -. _____ 14.73 I E'" of NB'>* A F'-i of SE'4\ __'A___all___30 4 22 200 R L'Black A; Co 29 alI I Lota 2 4 of lllk an J M John*
E of river --
Nty .f l..ot'f i: --------?l7 7 2e so H L LewU ---- --.------ 11.17 I WUj of NEV 100 It L Slack A Co .::=: : to btarko In SE'4'! of SWI _
.. II" "rf" ;, or NF.'.. ____-________________JJNVj 4 22 ---- :uao Lot 3& N80ftof : I
? Lot
and Ira. 10 A _,_ way I _____..______3J 4 24 JtlOtt H L Ulnck A Co -___ H16 i 6of!
10 A W -----le 7 20 =!4 M. P Matheny -_ ___..____ 611 A NF'4 of SH'4 -- --- 37 J M John add. to Stark in :
1'1 of RyLot In iir' of Lot:: 1 a IKS. of NF 8WV.i of NKH A V* of SWV ---___________ -
F If! or Lola 2 4. 11 _____-.Ill 110 3 V AndrewC 1681 I'\EI'I'\ ; of IJW44 A Wok of NWVi\ \V Ulk 6 Livingston -
---- 7 20 1
a ______________116 4 6131) R L Black A Co ___ ._ 115.71 Truby
k. 8'/ _______ ---- Cog
HII N Shaw .. ____ 14.78 Sub Div of '
Lou ASW 1 20 ? 488 > K:; L Urufia Iol>\, or :
1 4 -NN'5---4-----8--E----o-f'N.Wijlltl 7 20 200 Unknown .. .. _______._ 86.ISW(4 NE'G of N\Vto! _________--_______84 1 23: 61111 R L black A-- .___-:=: ".14 W of iMiM 1 A all Lota'
n' __ 22 Co _. J
+ ;; Noy SW 4 E S, .f SE __ __ -- 115.41 of Blk 17 A I of : :
w &rNE'/4 or 9WG &NWy4 .;) I NW!' of NW'A'' ..___.____ ___..______38 4 ti 00 K L lllack A. Co n 16.till all Lot 4 of 11I16, Lot,,'1...

4 N5SI'y'of;' -23 7 20 160 Unknown ___. ...___ 20.91 Nye of Nye of NEVi or NVj of NV4 82 H C Wimberly Truby" A Cu'. Sub Dlv of 1
; NW51&E1'2AofWy4: ;, of U>t. 1 A 2 ______ ________n86 4 1'3 -_.-- 8.1J of NE': '. .
y Fl ':; ", ;' -----..---___-42 7 20 lIa Unknown .. ._ _............. 10.04 S' ,Y; ;, of .'-t-S-F. I __ _____ '18 4 22 B Starling _-. 93.30
7 20 20 R C UrooverR ; ______. 4.03 A Co. Sub Dlv of "E.f\'
( of NW'of" Awiswi.r211 fora 3 A"4 or 10 A"In NEvV of"NEVi 10 W' Ulk 81; Livingston ;! ,
SWIG : __ __ ___ 1 I 22 J LS Lane ----- 280 d0':fI i \ Truby
6l C Groover __ 11.46 -- Sub Div of
Cor -- 4u R .3 Co NEV of
------ 24 t Bluck
------ 7 28 oo .. 8'14
--..--- _
Ail chna W of NB CW of gee I NK'; ,, of SWVi .-___. 8 I lU Unknown S'\ i 4ft A run S 80 chni. W 20 ehn. Lot 34 in Wuodlawn __-_______ .__.10 I 12 111 -. ...- -._ iI'IU Co'* Sub Dlv of NEVi: of Nit
Ooo G; Smith
i N DO eliM. 211 elm to .bra leaa Lot 91 In Woodlawn. __.______.11 I 22.u : -- -----_M 2.50 W-j of Ulk 40 Livinioton
W Truby
II A of N 20E ..hu.boo cum ill) NWV of NWVi ___________12 I 23: BOMr..M Ovonttreet. ---_ -- 0'0.I Co'. Sub Div of NK':, of NF':; '
d ehna W of NK Cur of a.... 26 NW ., of NEVi A NF14 of NWV4 ...11of 6 22 2 A. run 3310 ft tea pt of beir. I "NV4K14 8WH of 8WVV ____U 5 22 10S J A ?-- -- 4.60' A. Co'. Sub Dlv of NEyof
a R, thenee S Oho ft. W 1284 ft, N 080 of W f of SEW of NEV, _____12 I .i Oranana .. u., 2.50 8:'

;I fllt, K U84 ft to be -10! A ___..25 7 20 11rer\ Newwma .___ 17(5 E(? of SWU of NEV. A WU ofWU Lot 3 oVBTk"LIv7nr!;jTij; :; ,
5/.nf Kia-l/- .f NEI4 a 5 U 16 W & Crlffla _________ 403 of SWV of NEVi A SEM ofNv 90 L H Co'. Sub Div of NI> '/* of Nt:'. 1
Langley I _ _
1 ; NJ f'oNE'' 1'oIE" & N,y4 ot NE'4) vi A wij of AW '.; of SLV -.U 13 19.48 Lot 2 of Ulk 48 Livingston. :
J r' ------- I 21 70 C C Cow.rt 12.17'I. I NEVi of SKV of NKV A S$4$ ot '* Sub Div i of
--.to.16 Lo':
31 of NE': of NWl4&lA NU, of Wli of NW% A > >* 12 3 4 of r.E.I4IrT.:

1'1': enr .r NWS. ot NWy4 ____,25 6 81 11 Mra Ann W Sapp ____ 100 of BM> of 9W '4 of swvi A w<:2 xld to Stark in NEIL. of N
I W.ot NFbi ex, I. A for .h''hU I 21 88 Unknown. ....____ 1116 of SW'4ofRE14S"tofNE f ': A part of Wry" of NEV W of
,, I "y0' NWVt.ot "P'i' &. 10 A of of SEV. nf 8W... A WV4 of SBM !: A NIC:' Cor of SEt, of*NW.
N .lda Itf f lW\4\ of tiEI4 26 I 21 211 W Ellery Davis .--__ '.33 of SBV4 A SIt! of NBV4! of All Blk V Temple, add to
i' AU Ny! or RW S ot branc------ 8E'4 11 I 22 95 Unknown __ 11 50 In NE', of NW'i A part Ey .f lOW'. .-..-_ ET 121 flO W 0 MeKlnney _______ IS.08Mn N'.j of NEIofSEy4 of"SW"Vi"112Lot II Y2 5 Frank Stollard. I'ott of NE'i' W of Ry A NB Cot
3W'4 ot 8E'4 -___-26 I 11 4tI J E Sapp ?.__ 7il 87 In Wondlawn _-________-_.U I 22 10 F II Woodruff .. --.-,-- > ta SB"of NWV4
SilJj All SEyI of NWy4 & NWy4 01 SW 1.t 61 In Woodlawn __ ---____13 I aa 10 Mr. D .0. Taber 1'1111 Lou 4 A. 5 of Blk----1-],----

4 8 ur 1'1... .--------___ 23 5 al /0 T B Handley __ 7.88 Lot 111 In Womllawn __..________18 6 22 10 8 M Churchill *. 1'10 aild to Starke In NEi of"N
All N'" nt SE'4 '" N'AI of 8Wi.(, NUj of LoU 1 A 8 In Woodlawn _U 5 22 10 W H Roblnaon -IT A part of WVil of NEr. W of : I
FM S "r riv.r --- ___ ....:_.OO I 11 40 T B Handley .. ... 7.69\ Lot. S 8 9 10 11 12 In Woodlawn_13 8 8i 60 J H uiii.m. ---- It 11 A NB Cor of SEV of NWM
; NW'4 .f NRK -,-, as I 1\ 40 Mra J E Sapp loft $N'or; Lot 12 In Woodlawn14 6 22 Leonard A Wil..n ---- 168 Lot 7 Hlk 2J Templee add to ....
4 HE" at NW\o, ----S. I 11 to W B MoKlnney __ 7..9 NU of Lot U: in Wuodlawn ,_.__14 I U ,5 Olive demon. L68 la NE'i of NW"part of
M About 7 A In SK Cor of NKV1: of Lot 82 In Woodlawn ____?...-_.16Ixita I 22 D U Wllk.raoD ------ ..tl4 of NEV* W of Ky A. NE Cur
NKH A all NWt,; of NKV W R7 88 In Womllnwn ___-..-__16SVi I 22 20 B A PalyUnknown 4,18 SEV of NWVi
a' ef pub"a road .. a A In NW of Lot 19 A all Lot 30 A WVi Lola 10 A 11 of -Blk-----27---Temple'

I Cor-111 A A SE"4: of NUVi: ex of Lot 31 in Wooillawn __ 18 I 20 .. --.--- '.!III add to btarke in NEVi of
about I 2 A in NW Cor A SWWot Lou Sill? in Woodlawn _:z:::14 5 It 20 Arthur tireen ..- --- '.37 A part of W S4 of NE>4 W of
of NEW' A S 440 ft of l'IE' Wit' of NW.- of St4: al.o com at .A NU Cor of-8UV; of NWV
I NWV* A S 440 ft of Uty: of NW NE Cor of 8WV4\ of Nb:<4 A run Lou 6 7 8 of Hlk C Balnt. :
Y V of NW. A N ICO ft of El.of W 28 2-8 .. thenee S 80 rda to Starke in NWV of NWV4!
I v SWVi of NW' A N HO fl ofSKV W 63 I-It rda to W line of sal J of *th atreet .
r'' : of NWVi A Ey! of NWfcof ISO W Ellen Davla ____ 9401 Forty, thence 8 80 rd. to S line of LOM 1 il 3 4 V 10---11---li---of---

J SKY: _.______-__ ---.M I 21 40 T J Moore ___...... 11.16 oaid Forty. thenee E 80 rda.thenee J (i AI.......'. add to
/ NE' of SEWS ________________lId I 21 44 K B Green .. -__ __ 7.69 N' HO rda to he* -23; 5 22 10 Sam Ballioger ______ 1481 of Madlaon A W of Walnut
t : 4' SWV\ of 8Wy4 _______________.34KU I 21 20 Jamea Goodwin. ... .......-...- 7.1 Com at NW Cur of SWV* .;rrii' Lot 12840101112 of
; of NW. of swi* ____________ i 8 21 30 Roberta & AUeniathy ____ 14.78 A run E: Bl 1-3 rda. S 80( rda, J G Alv....... add to /: :
v .'. of IlL W 53 1-8 Ha. N 80 rita. tit belt ..2! 8 22 20 Unknown --- 1129! of Mudlaon A W of Walnut :
''A NVa of N1"-------------9!V ,0SI Roberta A Abemathy _---- 18."2 NFL* of 8WV4 ex, 2 A In NB Car ...22SEV !: 8 22t 38 J S Math ,.T1.-N_- 14.78 Lou 681 0 of Blk 4 J GAl...
01 w 6 80 A H AI...... __ __ 1851 of 9E'. of 8WV _____.__MFI.J 22t. 10 Walter Butler 466 acM to Starke S-of Madilon A
4 St., Of SWVJ ________ __ ______11 6 11.0 R II Smith ______ 759 of SW% of SEV. _- ..22i : 8 10 W J lltalltnp -==--====. 466: of Walnut au .
NWV o ---_ _-__________IT 6 11.11 It II Smith _.________ 7.S9 i W 1rftw..? Lot Blk 4 town oti One lot in Starke 52&-----ft---E---A !
it Lot 6 A Sl.of' Lot 8 __________2tIxila 6 21 83 R II Smith ___________. 14.79 i Lawtey of R1of.. -.-S3 5 11t W L Oventreet .. ----_. 4.88) by 210ftN 49 bounded 8:
a A 4 of fray S'i _____..27 6 21 907SI R 11 Smith u .._... III." I Lou 1 !8 or Bik 14 town-n-: Ho an alley. W by Bay St A
s i SWii A Lota S A 4 or Fraa 8EVi..2A8U 6 120 P R Warren _. ______ SI 87 I W of Ry, _-_______.___--3S 11 B L Blanchard .. _?__ 1099 by Jackaan .t .
N ", of SW's' A SW, of SEV ___29 6 21." R H Smith .. .____ 7.BO ,, Com at NW Cite of State St A -- Lou :iiU au 31 84 81---34----39---a8- :

Sf4W'4j; of SEt" ____________________29 6 SI 80 D B Warren _. _. 14.71 Lake ave A run> N atoaff W .Ide Blk 8 R N Dowling'a add
'! of l'IW' 4 ____ ._________..84 a 21 of State .t 110 ft to a pt of beg. .. of SKK.'
4 l Lol 1 0" E y1 or BE'k.,. 2t,1J .\ hi thence W at right annlea to Lot 7 kr'nBl'kEa la Gaakln -

l v SE Cor ________ _____-_______Ia a :21 78 R H Smith .. ____ 11.03 State .t 100 ft. thenee N 1 ft, to Starke __*__ !
Lots I 2 I .. NW" 4W4of I thence E '.. right anxtea to Blk 8 In Gaekin add to Stark
1 $Wlh ________ _________88 6 21 430tl R II Smith _. __ .. 11.07 State street 100 ft. thenee S alone j.ldb.ar j. i Lola 1 2 16 16 l_ E 20 ft A
"'' f'' Lola 1 All or toss NE1, ______88 8 100 t!.. Land Inv. Co. 2U.va W 'State 'at i ft ta the 4' .1 iA acre In NE Cor of SKVi\:! of $
I H 2ft A of iMt 3 __.._________.31 6 11 211 Frantia U MuCarry .. 614 i bualnea LOG la :! lea E 20 ft in StArke
1.08 X N 25 A A all l loOt 4 _55 6 21 115 R H Smith .____ ...._ S2.7 C.wtef.tw ofn Ry ___.___._____21 I 12 Unknown .. 1.18 8 IS A of the following -..-.--..-
w Lot 1 or.N I. of NBti. A Ix>"! 8 A Cum .t Hotel lot in Lawtey A run pbe of land to-wltt Beg .
,7. L 4or NWft 4Lot.66790r 8 on W aide of Stale at 10* ft. .u 'f< p. 210 ft S: of NW Cor of
t free 8V N of Ry -_.88 8 11 172 R H Smith -. __ 86,17tot.12846&6orfndSee. to a pt of ..... then_ W at ntht,, .t ', : of SEVi A run 8 7 IO-I08)) .

: anon to Stale .t 100 !t. thence I.. H 8 81-100 .ho*, N 7 W-100 .

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-f __________. lie next entered business, failed,
___ .81 8 12 IIII Alva Leonard .. .. ...______ '.8t
sudden storm accompanied by shifting
.>l Innd 14* .qu.... In bUr I and spent seventeen! years of his lifo I)1KS IN ."\\ HOslMTM
I NW',4,'. of SEW; __.______ __-82 8 S3 Green Hamilton .. __________ 169 winds reached n velocity of 88 miles worthless I -'- ...
JW Cor of 8WV4\ of NEVi t'Ryll,1IP the debts of a '
t N 264 It. E 33U ft. S 4b4W an hour took the lives of more than i I I Jacksonville I June IJ:!. -Shot under, Tlt.\\1: 'I Fl.I. itKNATOK:; ; CL.VRK, ,

\0" to fa<*). -- _-8.! 6 K tK' Leah Gregg _____._________ 1I.4t I 50 persona, Injured morn than a hundred partner \Vhile C rONCHKv-iM; ;; ; ADMNS! I'OU I.I. ,I
' 32 8 22 9r John Culver ___ ____ cnusneil STVFE VTTOKNK\:; 'a
v A --- -- 8.9i and enormous property House midnight Saturday I David T.
I whom he became ,
Bile 1 'In Lincoln- City, I I woman to en- I. .
of SE'4 W of Ry ________82 II 22 Mary Fmiler" ____.__ ..38frfiatt loss in the metropolitan sectionInto gaged-then she died. lIeu, Jr., 21 well known In that section ':f'
\ Blk S In Lincoln City I i / : \ I
of U : Senator
SV4, of SEV4\ W of Ry -.__n_j62 8 22 Clark *. mmmmm_m_.*__ Z.80 I todny.j Later he miirried a woman vho wasa of Duval county, died in tho! office. : .
'in T 1 4 of Blf IS In Lincoln City Forty persona were reported to have Oilchrist.\ 202; Trammel), BH.Congress .
,.I t I. him. of l"r> II. A. Ives early jesterd.ivmorning
-84, '!f 8E'/i W of Ry ________82 t 22 Annie May Hamilton .. ____-__ 2 80 j I lost while in I constant burdon on 2nd Distilct: 1\ :
their lives boating Long
i of NWV4 of NW .alao belt$ at Entering politics again he ran for Hell expired: soon( after being ." ,
4 llnied ft W of By ran Island sound and others were Clark, .VJ: Davis, 2tl! 1).
1& d*..... 41 280 ft. then.. many Congress and) again was badly dufcated. placed on the operating! table.
W It .Iea..'"' to W line of See killed by falling trees, lightning find Hell, mortally wounded from charges State Attorney: ..

S thcnc NW4.N to th.NW ica E Cor to of Ix'tt SW.83 C 22 25 Unknown .. .. .... _____.....,.. 12.18'' IIcI'i Sat of swvi a NE-/4\ ofW4 lIe then pet an appointment linilroad! Commissioner,
S bodies of the drowned have been re- :
,( __-_-_ -__83 8 12 M G 0 Sweat .. .....__.........._ 1C 18 to the U. S. Land Oince but failed. was carried to the doctor's office .
i:' "f -NWVi" .* 8 A In NW covered. and the water about NewYork by Noah Crawford Cecil lliifuse, Bowden, 130. \( ; Campbell, P2; Kutor\, .
.... --"-"___"__ "_--"-83 az 8l Mn Fannlo E Dubote ____.___ 17.13 searched tonight for He became a candidate for tho United 379.
"f Nw% E1-I! of SW%, of I are beIng; but de ant! J. II. Nolan all of whom have
Senate badly
W- -_ -----_----_"1 ( 22 60 Q 0 Swiot u ______.___________ 19.18 missing. States was been under arrest in connection Representative :
Car of SW'4 ot NW%, 130 placed
: SW feated.In .
n..fRy _----_ I t 22. 8 King Chandler .... ______u__ 4 88 The storm came at the close of one with the ease.li.nv Register OHJ; Roberts, 20l1.
of SW4 ex 2 A I In 1850 he became a CIII1.1I.1.te for
4Fo: Cor SW'4_ en l A'Tor"ehiirVh ...SS t 22 tom R 0 Onann ......_____..... 804 of the most torrid days of tho lI vice-presidency
r>t NE Cor of SW'4of SWV4nm The wind, coming gently from tho They deny all knowledge the howling :a75; Strickland, \23.Shorit .
S 8'% chna W 15 diwiriiU I featcd. '
.& N Hnoof paid SWVi of SW south and southwest shifted suddenly shooting stating that Hell was shot I : \

_. thence E to bt* ___________.83 (22 2 O C Sweat .. ........___u.____ 8.70 Into the northwest and increased in In 185B he was defeated by Doucrlas. lI1'11nnt'n, .!191 I ; Chancey, 220} Dan- S 7: .''f *1
,;,, of NEVi! .x W 2V4! oboe A 1.1 fiom ambush when he got out of the "
S U* It of NEVi of NB.V4 ex velocity to 88 miles, and sweeping! !! automobile in which the four mark) :201.! ) / '
W2',4Chfl. .. -_---__-_8* 8 22 40 John L Green .. ....______u__ 987 One failure after another, bad failures men\ Tux Assessor .
of NWVi of N through New Jersey, WestcliesterI Ills li.it which : ,
/1' In NE Cor .5 wero riding, to retrieve ,
\ 84 8 22 8 Tom favln .. .. ._..._..__ 4.B 8 I county across!! the City Island thoI bad setback In the face of all Johnson, 438: ; Markey, 2i3jVftli; 'I
| I WY-----------< : 84 8 22 85 K L Grliril .. ..___._____...._ 7.50 this he eventually bucttmo one of tlecountry's had blown out of the nine'hi no. Tim 4 "
.MIUOI-O/ In SE Cur of NEVi of -4 I Dronx and Manhattan, left death and four 111'1w.'I'e in Crawford's", Ford automobile. wright, 21111. .
34 8 22 8 ironrr Dnvli. ............u__ 2.81 I grentest' men. of !SthooUl': ,
l'EY----------------------84 8 22 10 C II Mnrki -. _______.___.__n__ 221 | destruction in its wal e.Torrential 'The' stated they heard anumberfif Superintendent .
8E> "14 S 22 40 Tom Pnvto ---------7 6$ I, When think of a series of setbacks ; Mizelle. 52 I'adgoft 270.
if --- ruins, then IIjthtningful- you ; l''
i .1' .r NW 1.4Ni- % of '( ::If22 12'') C O Griffia ___-_________ 21 H7G I shots' just before Boll called fc
l is! ,i -SJ : 22 40wWvorNEvToVNS4 C TilliB) -. __________u______ 759 lowed the wind.Hundreds like this, doesn't it make you to Crawford that In- had lust his hat. Tax Collector: ,

'4 \ a C Sweat .. nnn_____ 7511 of thousands of New feel kind of small to become discouraged 1 The driver stopped the machine they" Bryan, 2D.; Brown, 03; lUlford, 6j: ;, -

S ._____--_______.!_______S3 8 22! 100f T .1 Aldormnn J E FutchL I Yorkers were on the benches IInti nt just because' you are having a Diiggers, .18'J.Coinmlsnioner. :
M Langley _______.______ 1881 stated and Hell got: out Hint walked, I.
NWV! _______________3' 8 23 40 .T A Colimnn .. .... -.________ 7511 I various outlying resorts, se.ldnreo/ hard! time in life ?Exchange. back down the road. I 1 : '
,r SW'4 _.__?_______ i 7 Z3 Rl O ]M M Grllfa __ _________n____. 14.78 Kobcrts lliii 222. '
,fSWy----------- 2 7 22 40 Unknown _. .. ......___--_.... 759 lief from the heat, when the storm' ,--- --- Another shot was heard, they ,,snid ; Spires,
: broke and from these that the Commissioner, 2: /
it wus
S __.._____--_______.__--_ 2 7 22 27f C It \Marka .. -. _____________. 87(1( and In a few moments lI.'1l I tllA'I.'T..1(: I
> NEVi _______--_________ S 7 24 40 J C Cnlnc-T .. --._______... 987 I storm took its death toll. Dreaming\ an Absent One bai-k to I the machine, st-itinv he had Andrews, 13.Hllfll'tt; 38. I '
S A of NW" of SWVi! ________ 3 7 22 25 H.>nrv ht.h..151'\ .. _______.__ 7.59AT killed and To dieiim of irilcxlug\ imi Ilio ntcncu > t (Commissiciner, 3: '
r ,f pElt< of SWVi ________00 ___- 1 7 22 20/ W Oriffia .. ---- --- 801W I Six: persons Were more be been hndlv wtuiiu'od. The piisoneiw)
| |1.1 V, of NE'4 ___.-_____________ 3 7 22 40 W Coluinnn .. :::::::::... 7.511: than forty hurt when the wind caught of anyone I f" snltt to a MOrealga Mated th" placed Hell In the car 1I111"tarh..1 Cov, 50( ; Dukes! 7(\. I t
.' I'IF.' ". of SEVi! A SEVi ofEt'ofSEi that tlu. person jmi ilivnm "t, will y
;S 4 7 23 80 r>r E M Wcbitor __ ___._._..... It.OS n huge feriis wheel at a Clnson Point riUMiilllncHs\ or nt top speed for Jacksonville" CommiSHioner, It :
.r DEVI tNwijiNw- %:::: 4 7 22 O C Sweat _____ 4,59 and crushed it to the soon return<< tinil \\lili Brooks :J 1J:! William A. 11. 03.
jf NWVi of bWVi\ __u_____ 4 7 22 80 Unknown __ __ ..___......... 4.50 i amusement park love grown nil I the xironger
;:In of NW Vi -__- .-00- 4 7 22 40 0 C Sweat .. ._.____________. 8.64 jtrou n.1. I Hul I n> nii: of re.loli 1,5, ut They cached Ilr. It ('t' office shortly Commissioner, 5: I._ _

,1.m nm Jt NW E 710 Cor ft of S SWVi 180\ ft Of W NE'4 THO I A woman and her 7- '..al'-tll,1 danifhter : anyone's/ iibwcncf niuims ihni youill) ) nfler 2 o'<:locl<, but I hi wounded Ciofl! 'II: ; Williams, I It. 1 tu 33. ) ,

N'ft, A N In 180 SW ft to Cor Lwjr of E'__\_<,__of___SWV4of _.._. ( 7 22 8 Amy: i... .. .. .._uuu.__.. 8.10 were crushed to death and several shortly UM-i'h' \ii.-\\r4. ,\uii would inlhorbe man was then in II d.me >'on
l:'/'I.of NwwiC; 'i- S 7 2NW" 2 Georgia Johnson .. .. ___.___... 1.53 other persons injured when an oak wIthout Putro'mnn. O i'jle.'t nuw the uu Coinn !11:1:!; Douglass) 210; Denniion, S
*(,SWV4\ -._00 ___________ 8 7 22 21K/ It H mlth .. ________________ 49 R 9 treeut blown by the uiiul through tonuoi tile airivo at the ilnctor'x otlice, I 121.: hut
orSK"! of 8W'" __ _____ _-_- 7 7 22 20 Lillie, Wood. .. ____________u__ 8.71 I: the roof to the crowded dining: room the liionx lushed I inton fVrrlsh, wheel and, following an investiuutlon repoitcd School Hoaid, 2: ,
of 8W'4 of NEVi & NW4fNW
>4 __-__--_----_ 7 7 22 80 C C Sweat -. ._____--______--__ 10.53Hnrrlit of the Red Lion Inn on Boston Post crowded with young people, crushed it the matter to police headipiaitcis.Otllcers Gordon, 111 1 ; I Hunter I t 9 8; Harden, 31.

nr- A NE"nn N E end of Ry nf W- !'_.__of_-NWViif ____\__ 8 7 22 1 Odom .. .. __________ 251 road carrying with it an old fiishioned to the ground and passed on, leaving were soon on I the scene and :Si'; Imid Hoard, :3 : -

I tt '4 of NP'4 tx 10 A In SR Cor__ 9 7 22 80 C 11 Marks __ ________________ B.80 stone chimney. six dead, unl more than forty injured. after the three Birllmg, I KM(I I ; Cl.\att, 113. ,
l v .,f NE'4 A SWVi of SE'4\ of interrogating nu-n,
NW'7 22 50 T J Aldi'rmnn. J E FutchL I The bodies of seven canoeists caught: placed them under arrest pending n I C'onstable, District 1 : P
__ __ ___ ,
M unirley _. __ 9 87
W>4 of NW' ______________11 7 22 40 111... Ellralx-lh) C Grlflis __ ___-___ It,17M I Jin Long' Island sound off City Inland, Shrieks/ of mirth broke from" the complete investigation of the case. It .1(11)115 221 ; Varnes, 131. '

| EI.4 of SWVi _.. __________..___11 7 22 4'/) W (Gritrie .. ____________n__ 7 511 at the height of the stormwere washed steel curs of the wheel as it CIII'I'il'lllts,
-Ii __ _._ __.. __ .-_.- __-14 7 22 840 Taul n...... .. .. ______________ Dl S4 I was stated lust night that no formal ------_-- S
S of 'N&wl1W&4vJ\f\ NC'/, ashore after nightfall. cargo of youth high up into the IIi r. charges have \been lodged against th*

< NE'4 A SEM -' ---- of -8W'4 --15 7 23 400 Paul Pros -. .. ________________ 72.4SMrn I Miss Edit Smith, 17, walking with n Then the storm and maddened< men of prisoners but they will he hcdd until Copper In Ancient Day
hV'nf \ & S'-j' ; of--N\V' I along the reservoir rood at fear and us the half of Copper/ among the undent llelurew.. '
/ companion agony! upper
.4 NE" of dw'" __________! 15 7 22 ISO/ F B D..i ____________n__ 2911 the mystery surrounding t the shootingIs ...I.Iotq I
: wee.. "M..1. I...i..i.. ......k..lutip... )... .M""Il"...
;'4 of SWVi! ________________Id 7 22 4(1'if ( C II Rivera .. ___u___________ 7.5IP > i Oxsintng: was blown into the water the wheel broke away and was untnpulted cleared "no. uno.n ,
''I NB", A NEM\ of NW", ..__U 7 22 U ) U TI.'... __ ___________.______ 21 P7 I' up. nnd 01 h.'l' Implements' (If war 'Iho expression
I of ____ _U 7 22 COJ 111... E B n..* .. ______________ 14.71 and drowned. by the winds into the shallow) Made No Statement I In I
mid Jubt
--- -- of .s.I| fiut
I' .'NEIl N of 7 23 8K J hemp Jonni _. ............. 5.89i I Charles Emerson.. New KoihellcI waters of I-ong Island sound. Thu \ I "limy HI 1. ".
N. So far known Hi'll madi, "
{VVJ: "ots19 is
as no ..
| urn 70 ydn SE Cor ; i Blioiihl lie rimlcifd Lii..w nl. i [I\tr.\ J j
l 19 run W 80 ydi. N 70 :yda I I clothing manufacturer was rowing in lower half buckled, and fell a twiHlI.,1111I1SS statement before his death' lie was iiiiilj not liavu been applleit>) !
____ 1 Wm Kalch __ .__________ __ 1CI>1 Cupper
J, HO yilH. S 70 yils to but 19 7 22 un human
with his wife and three chil- of "tel'l. wooden girders,! and .
jm at SE ('.... of Sec 19 & run EChOl0ly I in an unconscious state when he boon UKfM \tltlioui I Ito iiitiHiiutJ i..i-t-

W BIN ft. N 83.1 8.10 ft to n I'tfir I drenvhen the storm broke. Ho managed bodies. Tho hundreds ...t' men, readied the doctor's oll'ue The authorities 1I..ItMIII11'/ '.' r""I1I'MCl'Tl'l" \ fci'' rett-
I thence N 218 3-10 ft. E
:HI ft. S lOft ft. E 815 ft. S 111 to row to shore, then died from'a women and children were thrown into aie of tin- opinion Unit thu lort lug! I Ii.. tnetal I haidnr mil moro vla> I- ,
in ft. W 420 ft to be* ________19 7 22 D W SwIncW .. ______________ S..9 flashes toduv. ,
heart attack i1I1ic. Amid tho lightning iniilti, It
Tl than rim
a ) wo
I ot t KiwKlrr'a ftdil to Hiimplon __19 7 22 John C Smith ,- ..___________ 403 shooting was not a<'cidn tital. Onu of '
flt* 1 2 a 4 g 6 of Blk 16 In I A tree fell across u party of mo- the thunder's roar and the ruin torrents a-
the stilted I (ant night hehnd -.---
Hampton _.-. _...__. ._-19 7 23 W G Simla .. .u___-_.______ 4,83 : InvestIgntoin! : :- .- --- -- -
"U -, 6 7 2 9) of Blk 14 & Lot toriata seeking shelter on the Ilrookville women fainted. and men might secured I Information t that the shot
7 22 A A Pnnald l .. _________ 27.72 i I
!" 112 of Bill 18 In Jlnmr>lon -19 u road Lnttist'alloy Long and childlren brushed aside in Mora Metsmorphoalo0liTmus
near were
I-;' >f Si:", fiX 2 A In SW Cur .._20 7 22 7" W nioehcr -- 14 71 ,,| Min\ timrge which killed Hell, Waf111'-
A In SC Cur of NE' of VW'/ -21 7 22 12 L : Kalch -_ _.:::::::::::::: 269: ;I Island killing Harry Hnlleran, of frantic efforts{ to reach shelter and to (..1 from a house which the Ford car usiti: to (HIM. It hobby. Now It .

; SB.'f., SE'!;. of__ .NW'4- _._'.__A_..SW'4._. ___of___21 7 22 0IM Wm Knlch .. _________u_____ 13.20 I i II Oyster Bay, and seriously* injuring his lose sight of the ghastly pile that NO v. as nppromhing i or passing.) I II I" "idi| bo.him/ a hubby" It la a liiitf. ,
.. .. ______ ___ PI.MIII:I 1 :
--------------.2) 7 22 8411' Paul Hrc un ---- ,
...... ....... 91.8(1I'nul ( three male companions. shortly before bud! hl..nI, uhecl of bu ditl not believe I Hell I I wounded. I .
I\ll __ .____...___ .____-24 7 22 81'1!' 1'iiul: Tiro -- .s'e is ...' 1tw !'
: .: .. :._ 80 42 I merriment. 1)-- I I 'o CI'
) Kroe stiff(
BBVW reaih shore in the
[tIIQ4WtAJOfSW1 25 7 22 ------ ------- Unable to I
\ -- I while looking for his hat whuji had
: ::: : ::::: 80 Brooklyn Land Co .. 1471I'nul : .f!
of SWV .... 46 7 SI -- sal
YI'4 of NI7'N'A of NW"2- 7 22 120 Urea .. _---_--_:::::::... 21.87 I wind', ; Jack Lowenthal, 20, was drown- But many rushed to the wreck and blown out of the nUII.hl",(.. "Jr" vII.lit Y an ...ru> hy nulfylo.1 b I alri.
focI it Stream. Ij
Il'onr' V, or A NWl-4 in NW 0 x Coy 1 A of for EVi church of SW_ 27 7 22 3 Jennie Hickvon .. .............. 1.47 ''ed while swimming( in 1'ust: river. worked madly to extricate' {the bodies I It is expected that the case will be 0..1.,11.It 2iii, .:1tvigtttitfl0 thll, lii."'I t.. *'l, ..i to, t 'n l noon',11..11olo. 9

'1'JJ! of NE" & SWV. of Nr:", .\ I Concetti Ha sin to and his ten-year- of the living and the dying and the*
1 cleared in short tutu ,
E'4 of NW'4 .8 NWW of NW'i_-27 7 22 810/ Tai'l) lOne. .. ______________.__ 4169: : i up a --5.0)118 K 'UK-UNAI.. IMS: hAlItE '
K'4: of SWli nf NW'/l 0'-Rj'is28 7 23 20Mf J II Wilson -- ------------.-- 403 1 i alit son, Anthony, of Mt. Vernon), were dead. Ktfort: were made to telephone, The body nf the dead man was prepared I In Curl' of (.minly, .1'""Ne. Hrnilruril County:

:NW", of SWH S __________ 'I killed when a tree under, which theyi for ambulances and physicians but for burial :Marcus Out itv of rlnrliU.In .
.. ____ 810 by Conunt
N', of SW'. of SW ._.2 8 7 23 81 I J Pearce u : IjitnlK of J. K Wlliuin unil l.nura WllNntlii \>
,/fI! of -- --- -29 7 2J 4IA1C Unknown .. .. ..........____ 7511 i had found shelter in the Bronx, was the storm hud taken the wi rl'H. Men and was sent to Otis, ycHlcrdny at I"' n 4
g 10 oEnlk- 2 Sub- Dlv of NE > I. h.,. -h irlnri.rii lvin t.. nil)) wlmm. It muf
S of NW" -_______--______.-80 7 23 4 Walter WhltU-n __ ____________ 7.8E ) .struck by 'lightning in "...lIll11l1l11lel're.1lutollllJhilcK were 5:15 p. m. for interment In the family e"> iliut. "n tliM. 21.1. tiny. ..f AtiuuHt N 4 A of ''w''I 'iti nAot NWVi of I I Two men were killed in Newark, N. sent to nearest hospitals two miles The mini's father I 92.5.! I niily| | ti, U. Hnniirnblit It A.tirfvn .
NE>4 lylnn I S Ky right\ cemetery. young Juiliri, of ....1.1 nourt me Juilu* of Pro
-f -- -- -----.-----SO 7 23 4 II Some .. ________________ 88.78Mm ij., when they came in contact with away and soon corps of physicians' and one of his brothers weie inJacksonville lint.. fur nty flniil illHrtinrtta. .. Hilnilititttrntor) *
bjta 7a: Ii' i'i( II l :il: 14 of Blk I if tlin. 4wliih, nf .r. K; VAiltiiin' itnit l.ililru WIUH
4 In Hampton .- _--__-________30 7 2l.ot Itditor Jonn .. _.__________ 11.47 electric wires torn down by the wind. surgeons and nurses were at the park. yesterday afternoon to ..,n. .,Iort.iiit.iI. ) iiml. ) Hint Hi the sun," tint i .
6 of Blk 30 In Hampton ex E I I A decayed tree on the New York, Four ambulances, responded' soil they *% lll |........"1 my hue) nncoiintj. lu nilmlnbilrAtur1r ,. '
*0: _SO 7 23 W O Scale .. __n______________ 4.MWnlter take charge of the !body. .. ali ii ollt''*.. nnil H.k for thor Hiiprovttl.IinKil a i -
--- -------- -oo-
Westchester county line at Mt. Vcrnon winked in relays removing the injure .J i lu. A l>, luiiM !
II Wi;, 'Or SEV! of SW, W of 'l'ha'Vhite House district in noted urn 1
7 23 tNW'4 Whltton .. n__________ 261 I'. W 1 1.HON.A.liiilnMtnloi .
Ry of NWVi ------------------1' 7 23 40( Gun H Verner .. ................ 7.Bl) fell, crushing to death Mrs. ("aisle ed. for tragedies and shooting affrays ..f r'Hluiu: .I I':. WlUiin cii.1) LaihNOTK

;!4off W'!,""N N'i of SW .. .81) 7 24: 1:10: N Cauthun __ __ ____________ 21S7 Cavallo and her infant Bon. Many' ..( the frail buildings of the !Moru homicides have been committed\ --2 Wsion., Ioc.uui.I.- _--13.iti-t.0.4-iol, I

8E., >4 A 8U'NUj, of NEVi' A of NW'4 SE'l' of__31 ,7 22 100 W B': Allirom .. _____________. 1..81 I Moo RUl .. ___________._._ 751 past ',, '. iMHlonvm$ ( '
nt < "
Wfc of NW'i ..._____________1" 7 23i R AllKoOd Ilintnl I ut y ,111111"
-.;"", of 8W -- 34.7 2J <0) Taul Bind. .. ................ 7.C9 cnnocsists In Echo Hay was drowned away or badly damaged.' As the bodies years than in any part of Duvul county 'MnxllW'l Ciiunly: I"liirlilit. will I i n..t. .t the 15 1oourtluu
.. / ----- .. ............. 221 ... July ',5 (
:: Unknown In tlm vlirk'M .11'1.! Moinlity
!'.//li of of N SEVi 444 ft__ of___NE'____rS________%___3 4! 7 7 24 S2 *0 U M Utnnutt- .. _____.__._____ 14.7J '' Three other members of the party were taken from the wreckage of Recently, in this section, county t. 51)22.' im. n iMinnl ..r .."iiiiiinllM for tliu purwIMMMI 41
swum ashore after the canoe capsUjcd. the wh1 I they were placed on the nf lioitrlntf rn.lstI h ole) Mnil rtH-'wIvlnit torn- I
Et of : of NP'i ox S ft A & ami federal/ have centered .
1'11'.1. :
__ 7 22 20 J E Phillip. ____ _.________ 503P agents activities timniiy UN M, the v.iIIu of ally |>rf.>|irty, real 1 P'
N'1.i of N.; of SFof NF'4 S5 bathing! pier. After an hour more iiilxul. ... HXIMI i liy tlm County .
; S :'1. I made to the actlvi r>r imrnonul or
1"114; of NWM< NEil of suppress 'I
..r NW'\, A W'X., of SW4 of N __.______.__ Ten excursionists on the f..rryhost11Il.ltrllcl than forty persons had been extricated ties of violators of the l'.x Aiw.*...*.. fur .She. yi'iir 11121. .HMltmt the 5 I
________________________SB 7 J3 70 II Xrul .. __.__ 13 4S : prohibition iiiAnnni i r tuftmtti of hM"i'i: ': EllS \ from Interstate, dead and number of .1
: returning Six were II '
'(, of NW'i of NE', E of ____________ of ll... |
.14I" S P Oufford ._ ____ 610DCOsie1 hlWM.Not 0. W l 1.11K:kM A N. thinrnii.il r.
__ __ _
5y ._ 2 8 23 ,
." at- quarter- -lee--line-----on half-- I'nrk. N. J.. to West I'iKLh street were others were said to be dying. long ago the small home of one,, I'I)Ifrli) nnd) AuihlDC4_. "II'"at-2' I

milu Pont on N line of Soc 2 A \ injured; when the wind tore a life boat Members of the crew operating, the of the residents of the White House ---- --- '
run S 110 derei| <. E 13:IM f t for aHlartlnir f lMUui4)4iNEitWAIE)
Pt. ...1<1 nt "being\ Oil ft from its tlla vitll. In flailing the boat wheel declared the 'storm broke so) section was "shot up" l by unknown Jlorrtiy) noiiiu, !I. irlwn that unl.-r end lop I I

from center of Ry track, thence struck the railing of the lower duck suddenly. that it was impossible to remove vtrtu of Ihut ci-rtHln iJiiirv. of pMrtillan nuMlcftnd It
H H4"j diicraoi K parallel with persons. *.nturn'i l In the itntuit Court for IIaitordlounly.
Ry Ml ft thrnce N r 5' ilimvraf at u spot where about a dozen passengers the passengers. They said, about < lori'ln., In chime*ry MlUinir. on the '
411 ft. thence N S4 '" ducrenW 17th ...y of Muy. A. 1*. 1I! .i4. In favor of 1t. I
50 ft, thence 58'.j diwrm W had (fathered for shelter, then It sixty pi rsons were in the cars wh..nthe or iNiKiacsr io SIIIITKKS L. lirew. ooint'latinnnt, .mi miHinwt J. 1". I>r.wut

"' ft to |,t of brif NW'of : .. ____ ___________ 4 IT [ slid into the river and disappeared. Itn1't1IItruck.. Ml.. .l dnr tn,'lBni4i, U... IIn.I."u..1 aa .....m. P
---- 2823 I ml..I.n're wIll. olfur .n S.f :fNW.ofNW. ., __.__._____ 52 Rd, { Sidney Jacob 14, was badly hurt and Night fell as a half hundred men The Interstate Comment Commission front <|1.11.1' of lh" court ho.u.. In Htttrk. t lorI 4 I
IW .. .______..__oo________ 8 22 292 W C Foster .. ________._____ 7.BJ I l I..lji, fhirltitr., the IrwMl, hnum of ..1.! un Mun I,
.. .. taken to hospital. Other injured to work tearing the in No. ,
NE4ofNE'/4 ._ M 2 40l'it Unknown was a were set away case 132'j: 11 -clc\'d\ Muy lay. the JnJ day of July. A I). I'JJJ b. the

B14 SWl, of NE'4 A WV4 of were able to go to their homes. wreckage and the removal of the victims 16, 1 !>22, held that there nhould! bu a hiwhriit and I..at biIi.r| for e wh In hunff. .u...-
of NEV, SKI. ., E'a of .___... 34.U8L to that c.rt.'ln murtiiag.. from I'olly A.
WVi of SEV! of SE'J -.-- 9 8 22 190 John LeRoy Butchluon Extensive property damage from progressed slowly. Under(/ one decrease in interstate! freight! rates. )I""t.. ttrM. J. F l>rvw. h..r hiwhuniJ, to the j

WJ4 of NE. 'WV4 of of NE'4 SWii A NW'4 of NE': of"EJW't. wind and lightning was reported from huge, piece of steel, in a depression in using the following language, : ', of Bank.*.'4'of''.00 IUa.ke..n.| !Interest a eoriKiratlon from Ju, far... 111 the: Uil.Mt corn:. .

; NWV4 of 8W'< 2HO M Laniiley: _____n________ 61.3)Unknown I 1 all boroughs of the city and outlying the ground, lay a boy of 11 and his I 10- "That the existing freight rates and tn iw Sent pvt annum said morttfau ha.'rcor.in.I -
Wu of SkIof NEof NW.. __11 8 23 ..____________ 184 Inic In M..rt ..u. 11t..k ''V." P.it6HII .
W*., of SWV4 of SW'/. .. 9 8 22 B .... .... 1.88: districts. year-old sister. As the steel was removed charges, Including charges for switchIng ..f the !Publla ,ltoao.... of 11.. 5 Unknown _--- -- --*--
EVfc of SE'4 of SW'4 of NW', _11 8 2.4 Central Park suffered heavily dozens stood unhurt and ran and other accessorial MorltlM. the rollo..ln" r.nvtJ pn>i* rtr.
N :J20 ft of NE'( of SW',-10 A they up cervices and io-wlf

.. E 445 ft of SE'of 8W' of trees having been uprooted and to the arms of their sobbing parents. all other charges: applicable" to freight/ Th Wit Half of ftuthwmt Qiiftrt r of

*14 x W A 4 4 A g'4 A W'-i of NW'of of SWV:, of SEU bB hurled across the driveways blocking The boy said they were in a car that service which were increased by authority Northwmt. Qim.t.Juirlr r of Houthw Mn.l North tunrUtr lUlf of nf Northwest ..-- 'j

'* A S'o" of NEfVi of"BE'......-ex 6AInNgCorSJofR 13 8 22 75 Brooklyn Land Co _. _._____u_ .8,23 I automobile traffic. had just left the ground when something of Increased rates, 11)20) will till.. 2'i lowntihlu 6. Mouth of lUnif 3il EMt '7
euntjiininif 4O ariM more or li MO| a**
All NK'i of SE',, N of Ry ex 8 of Ain Lightning struck a Brooklyn trol. happened., ho did not know what, be on and after July 1 1922' unjust ",nnln" at the Northeiuit Corner of Houth 81

SEV NE,-SO Cor* A.of .SVi* !clue of VI NEl.A InSK ley car and half a dozen passengers that he was stunned for a moment and and unreasonable to the extent that lion fmjtt il UirnrUr, end run of W*."t'h3.tr tuart.r t<, thi-na*of tfamtb ties.

liE'.Cor of with SEVi\ -torahouM- .. A-.S>!4 of 8 22 29 I N Cabl. ____ _____ :_____ 20.21 were stunned and thrown to the floor.' the next thing he knew was when his they may respectively Include more trly to Houth C4u.rt line.>p 2Jfl of Southeast feat wiwt
N', of NW". ..4f NE':: .8 WNW' _U R 22 040/ R D Clayton .. .. ________... M 89L I Lightning also struck a barn in FlushIng sister clutched him 'by the arm and than the following percentages of in. *. thino vontinun. Southerly UrtO fiMtt to apoInt
of --_ .-_--- -- .. .. ________ 211 01 1JO fu t Wrat tif .sii. Section Lin ,
8W'4t .L NW4! of aE14 ________.18 : 22 2"1.04 /) Unknown M Langley_. ._ ............ 7.A9 and ten horses were turned to asked, "Are we In a tunnel', Hobble ? crease over the rates in effect/ immediately than. Faust l4tO r.t0 ..... Section L.n*.
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death. The dead were taken from the can prior to August 21 l20! in nnd then North) to II point of bvvinnlnir
Wt.f: 8W'< A NE'4 of SWV4 A Columbia Farm Land Corp. ..._ 29 IIIDavle I / Section 47. Township A. Houth ({Jinv. 44 1"....
of NWV4 ---23 8 221M 40 Henley .. .. ____________ 7.6UBrooklyn I Coney Island where a throng of that were thrown into the sound The between the various rate groups as ctmtNininir, 14 acres nears or !I... ; ..Id a).,V.
t 8 22
I'IW', of NW ____.ti .1 .. 11.... IMOO)" lylnn unit t hem.nir in the County
TIM A In KB 3"AOOO: / had /gathered including 100- wheel 100 feet In diameter was constructed defined\ \ its < '
aw'," of NE'. 10 increased rates, II! :!". Hrailfonl. and Hint of rloHdn.r. ) .
Cur A EV4 of NWV, A NE'.. of ono bathers' fortunately received official A. K NIfIHT.T.
only recently park "In the
only Southern
8W'" liEV, of SWV4 1 I"" I" Land Co ____..___. 81.49 I group, 12.5 leI'cent > I"r .1. i.ni '1-IN'
W A In SE Cor _'--_-_-_____24 2E 8 8 ,",2 2 1WI 12 W F Fuller __ ___-_____________ 241 I the tail end of the storm. Nevertheless said and wan considered one of the Instead of the 2:> per cent so authorized. E. L moos.M .
12 A of .
-* of NW &E8AolW1jOfSW4 22 M Davla, Donley __ .. __________.. 18.07i the confusion at the resort was Intense best in the country. ." 8;. JOHNS. Com na lialvntn.No
\ of NEV4 _.28 I when the startled crewd rushed Paul Simon, owner and operator of The railroad commUsioners/ of the Solicitor for (omnhtlnant. ". -5t-.10

for shelter the wheel walt arrested upon the order state of Florida having hud this mutter -

i Only HIS 0"._ of Assistant. District under consideration with referenceto Worms in a Healthy Child

I IOn'1' A New. York judge say that whea. t'rrnnherl Crushed of homicide. All chlMr..o tmablml with Worm have an uo-
StormI and held
Informed by charge
Quigley on a intrastate rates and
Partially I : : being fully ..... ...
take mouuy from hrr noband's .vnltby oulor..h..... luHcaiaa pour hUes). aruie.
nt Is from history that we IIUI" wlfa hi IK entitled to n 50 i I :. w York, June 11.-The fury of advised in the premises, find that <*f'fective in..r. .U mote or I.... aujmarh dlMtnrtaoca.

a..na to judge th. future." remarked riocket be la, the electric storm that New July 1 1022. Intrastate freight f.HJVES TASTELESS; CHILL TONIC Clvim nitularly -
dr, wh".k. Of count swept three waak will mrkb the bli.i...
citizen. "Te replied tho p.r cent fbc Quinine ,-4t !Jute .Mot /ilsct: ,JrBrrattw tfr..J two or
Oi .
sertoua what dues that prorel Does 04g't I York late today destroying property rates between points In the state of lmprovaihadli| atlon.aDd act.a trnrnlOt....*B-
new r* but I nf |Ills tou'r! 9nd jax'vo .n'.t. (A
tMenrer: "but every day's ItT One at a time gectlemeoj I and life, broke suddenly over a little TI\ f. BKOMO tlilNIM5! (iart.u) tail be ,.... u Florida' should be reduced by tho same aoln4' Tonic to the wb.... .,1It., .... Maura will tOes.
1s not y.t CIO throw ofT Of distal\ the wurm, mltkarhUdwIllbau .
Kinds us that history by coin i> lthuug caifilnJ' nervvunnuMi'f i i.'JluO
"Ste.- toe at a time.! -WaaUcgcoa J1IU'aJd amusement park at Clason's Point,' ( ,: :,): E.W.iIPfj'CS.tto.i; :,-: amount and In the. same manner an *. _'..... b""">'.- "_lit to ...>...;:gt botila


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, MILLER L. G. Johnson. Palatka Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padgett
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:K .. Mrs. Addle Blume and Miss Jose I Miller Vanzant spent Saturday 1 in children left Thursday for a riot
I I. > -'-' Miller, June 16.-Miss Elsie Stokes phine Blume were guests Sunday of Palatka. with friends and relatives in 'ionb:

entertained a number of friends at the Mrs. Lillian Dekle. Mrs. Williams of Jacksonville, is Carolina

: Cou tyNeW'5 Items 11 home of her parents Mr. and Mrs N. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams of the guest of her mother, Mrs. Charlie The many friends of Perbetl- {yt.
I H. Stokes in honor of Albert Miller Bradentown, are visiting her mother Roberts, this week. llama are pleased to learn 'u .> she

S .. who recently returned from Oxford Mrs. Shepard Dukes I D. F. Floyd, of Jacksonville, is via is rapidly improving!: from i ro
o University Oxford Ga. Various j King his family here this week attack of typhoid fever.
''I t Ist .rt>*t1n, facts Gathered During the Week by OurRegular J games were enjoyed until a late hour, LAKE BUTLER : Seeber Stokes, ofIiller: visited The singing school at the taptlt:

Correspondent when the guests departed for their I friends hero Sunday afternoon. church under the direction 'of, ,''',0|
a ?r e i homes thanking the hostess for her I Lake Butler, June 10.-Willie Biel-I W. F. Burton is being well nti ,'Id"d( "
.--- ---"- ..- 1 I hospitality. Among those who were ling, of Providence, was here Saturdny. ,I! Moss Hewitt, of Little Springs was and everybody cordially invlI'II.o
> ': present on this occasion Misses Iin town Saturday. take
were, i I, part.
RAIFOKDIf hero Wednesday.Miss Blanche Humphrey and Nealii, I Nellie and Omie Smith, May Duke, I Math Dukes and Ardell Drawdy, of I Mr. and Mrs. Hagan arc the guests An interesting baseball, game wa,
------- Matilda Crews this week. Mr.
of Mrs.
I of Youngblood visited Miss Josie Bake! :r ; Cecil Parrish, Mabel McLeod, Janie Five Mile, were vistiors here Friday. played Monday afternoon at th fwr
a 16.-T. Terry,
Raiford, June hero of Lake Geneva Wednesday i! Biclling, Grettis Thomas and Riny Marvin Duggar of Johnstown, visited 'Hagan is proprietor of the pressing ground between the Lake Butler ream
:, Lawtey, was a business Messrs. II. K.: Moorer and E. S. Sib Fralick of Providence, :Mestrs. Dewey friends here Sunday. I( club here. I and the men who are here packmn

Tuesday. was visitor\ to Lake J by were transacting business I in th<,9'! Duke, Talmadge and J. C. Blair Tommy Mrs. F. A. Rawls and baby of I Mrs. P. 1' DelJa and son, Julian tomatoes. The: score was in fa' o> ,fLake
: s S. A. Bryant 1! Chancey of Lake Butler, Earl Worthington Springs were visitingMrs. of Five Mile, visited her sister, Miss. Butler.
section Wednesday.
: { : Brooklyn I
! 1 ..o Butler und Tuesday.Mrs A. T. Mizelle and sons J ev. Williams, of Starke, visitec d I Peeples, Eurie Brown, Millard and : C. A. Roberts this week. ,I Marshall Proctor Thursday. The O. E. S. met Tuesday after

Mr. visiting in town Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace Thursday Truby Parrlsh Albert Miller, Eddie Mr. and Mrs J. M. Mann and son, Misses Ruth Richard and Annie at the Masonic Hall.
Albert and Billy, were
Fralick, of Providence, Fred Biellmg, Howard left to attend in Raiford
Sunday morning Douglass visited friends W. C. T. U. met Monday alien
Tuesday. Wesley Williams of Braduntown, J. the medical examiners meeting J Saturday. at the club room Mrs. J. E. M1tm
," Sirs! II. II. Hundley, we Miss Ma II. E. Moorer was transacting business Tl. Nessmith '
Johnnie Ward of Providence

Tampa. .
; mie Denmark, of Mulberry! was visiting in Palatka Friday. David Coffin was in town Tuesday. presiding.Ford
l John Scan and Raymond Hewitt I Jesse Johnson motored to Gainesville -
: f and friends here last farmers gatherim :; ..
relatives Our are busy Lt -
f of Worthington Springs. Tuesday. j
\ week tomatoes. Seven carloads have beeT 1 I I
/ IV L. Clyatt attended the school Mrs. Iva Sprinkle left Tuesday for I
Mrs. T. B. Handle-, was shopping in whipped. from here during the pasl| ,hoard meeting\ at Lake Butler Monc Gainesville where she will enter the I
A Jacksonville Saturday. three weeks besides local shipment oi tidilY.I : summer normal. .
': Mesdamcs lilitch: and Mayhood und around 1fiO crates a day. A. L. Ben" The ,
county singing convention wa Nat Stokes of Miller, was a busi-
; ; Brown, of the State Prison Farm nett is manager of the packing house, held here Saturday and attended from ness visitor to town Monday.

were visiting Mrs. II. W. Kaiford on putting up the fruit by standard pack' I all parts of the county. Four classes P. P. Dekle and Gordon Johnson of

Tua'day afternoon I Our farmers are making good. i I were present Miller, Five Mile, Lit- Five Mile, were transacting businessin THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Butler, W. K. Baker and daughter, Josie,' j tie Springs and Midway. town Monday. I
of Lake Geneva, attended preaching;'I'I We Have Reduced Our Labor
was in town Tueusdny.Mr. Murray Thomas visited his brother Vernon Edwards of Worthington
: and Mrs. S. T. Dowling were here. Friday evening. Leon, at New River, Friday. was in town.! Monday.
visiting! in Lake Butler :Monday, the Miss Jessie Owslcy returned to her' I Carl Brown made a business trip to Shelton Loadholtz, of Miami is vis- Charges for Repairing Ford Cars

y guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Jesse Uowl- home here Saturday after spending' Lake Butler Saturday.Miss iting his mother, Mrs. Matilda Crews
week with relatives in Valdosta., I
ing. a Keen and Cecil Manire of, : Anna, Belle People, who has this week. Extraordinary reductions in the prices of Ford cars, Ford
Messrs. Hurtsfield and Burns, of ) Jerry business visitors here, ', been attending "school, at Miami, has I T. D. Proctor visited 1 his sister Mrs Trucks Fordson Tractors and Ford Parts have been made

r Gainesville, were business visitors Saturday.Hampton, were 1 I returned! home on account of the 111-1( P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, Saturday by the Ford Motor Company during the past year in keep.
here Wednesday.Mr. ness of her mother. Her friends night and Sunday. have greatly reducedour
ing with these reductions we now
II. F. Moorer B. C. Powell and Ar
Dubose, of Worthington was thur Moorer motored to Hampton glad to have her here and wish her Little Marvin Driggers has returned labor charges for repair service on Ford Cars.
in town Wednesday morning while mother aspecdy; recovery. after a pleasant visit with his The extent these reductions is shown by the following:
enroute to Sturke. Sunday. ; N. 11. Stokes attended the board grandfather, M. A. Dukes of Dukes.
Jim Ritch and son, Ilerzaz were Little Misses Annie Laura and Elizabeth : meeting in Luke Butler Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Williams who have Overhaul Motor and Transmission $16.00

visitors\ to Heilbronn Springs/ Wednes Miss llagan Jessie; of Owsley Vaklosta this are week.visiting ;, J. L. Brown motored to Worthington -' been visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Fowler Overhaul Rear Axle 4.00

Tuesday. left Tuesday to attend the sum- '
I. I>. Mann of Miami Replace Transmission Bands 2.00
day.N. spent Sunday Denzil -
Thomas ,
T. Hitch was a visitor to Lake I was a business vlsi- : 'r school at Gainesville.
with :Mr. and Mrs. y. E. Moorer ( Grind Valves and clean Carbon 2.50
cier to Gainesville
Butler during the week. Friday and Saturday Little Elina Varnes, who has been
l lk leaving Sunday afternoon for Lake
I Leslie Ward of Worthington was visiting relatives here returned to her Overhaul Front Axle ,% 3.50
visitor in town during the week. Butler of I Raleigh! Bielling of Providence, was home at Sumner Tuesday.Mrs. Oil and Dope Car all Over 1.00
O. D. Moorer, Jacksonville i is ,
I W. II. Andrews made a business in this community Sunday. Wm. Johnston and daughter
trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. visiting at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shallar, of I Willie Mae, left Tuesday to attend the These charges for labor only-.material extra I II
II. E. :Moorer.. I
(). B. Gordon was a Business visitorto Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Powell and children Dukes enroute, passed to Providence.through/ here Sunday 1 summer school at the University. All Other Repair Operations Reduced in ProportionWhen
Miss Lucille Varnes, of Sumner left
Jacksonville recently, Mr. and Mrs. F.. S.
Sibley motored
Seeber Stokes visited "
Hardro Handlcy who has been attending to Putnam Hall Wednesday visit friends in Tuesday for Gainesville after a visit your Ford Car need* repair bring it to the Authorized Ford Dealer.
school at Gainesville Ga., in ing !Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. ,I 0 of a month with relatives. Our up-to-date and Jaborsaving machinery and equipment, and our staff
'1 Sibley. Boron Farnell of Ellisville was Miss Inez Faulkner, of Palatka, is of Expert Ford Specialist will insure your receiving the highest class of I
his vacation here
spending with
j his Johnnie Williamson of Lulu, visited here on busiiifsti '"xtuda1.Miss ; I .visiting her aunt, Mrs. :Miller .Van- mechanical service at the lowest consistent prices.Our I
Ci mOlher Mrs. Ollie [ ,
I Ilandley.Mrs. friend! here Sunday. Riny Fralick, of : service means Genuine Ford Service, and the strict use of only Gen :
Bessie Sapp, who has been visiting I Howe Horsey and family, of Johns spent the week-end with \ zant.Miss uine not spurious or inferior Ford Part This means lower operatingcost
providencl./ returned home
her sister, Mm. J. C. Cone, at town, spent Saturday and Sunday and Edna Blair. / after to Ford Owners, longer life to )your car. and thoroughly satisfactory
rhursday a pleasant visit with service throughout its entire life.
Brooker for several I with Mr. and Mrs. K. M.
days returned to Hersey.
i Mrs. W. M. Thomas of Lonsjl I her cousin, Miss Maude Norman, of
r her home here Tuesday. Rev. Crews, of New River, filled Bridge .
spent Tuesday and Wednesday I Starke.
> !Master Thomas' Hundley, of Tyler! his regular appointment at the Chris with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Duke of Five Mile, visited J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. DEALERFord
was! visiting his Mr. tian church Sunday, two Interesting and
grandparents preaching I. E. Thomas. :I Friends in town Sunday. Cars Fordson Tractors

and Mrs. T. B. Ilandley here last sermon" Albert Miller motored to Lake Butler : Freeman Smith visited relatives in L
week The Christian Endeavor is progressing Saturday. I I

O. J. Jacobs<' was a business( visitorto nicely. Sunday's meeting was Wilbur Brown visited friends in .
condoled by Mrs. G. M. I -- .
Jacksonville Friday Bennett. The Luke Butler Sunday afternoon.Mr. .-. "':" :" ,.::. '" ." : :''",::. -," ,;; ..,, :',. ::';. ., '.: '. 4, ::,. ::: .:.:.'.. '."":'."" ;
Messrs. David l and Berry Kelly of topic was Team Work, Helps and Hindrances. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes attended I

C Wateroak, were visitors in town Slit-I The meeting for Sunduny church at Midway Sunday. I !
urday. night will be led by :Mrs. H. E. !Mooror. Inman Harrison Worthington, I r r

Willie Reddish, of Watcroak, was a I Topic, Cultivating Contentment. was here on business Saturday.J. I
visitor here Friday afternoon. Everybody invited. L. Brown spent Tuesday at Rai- :
Mr. and Mrs. Weld' Forsyth and I I Saturday friends and relatives of ford. .
: Commercial .
I children, of Klarbee, were in town on'j' !Miss Ida Hagan went out to Sand I

1 r Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Pond and had a basket picnic, In honorof FIVE MILE : .

Epps and children, of Jack- Miss Ida's birthday. Watermelonswere I I ,
sonville served In the afternoon. Five Mile, 16-rMrs.: Lillian I
are visiting!: Mrs. I rl's' parents dune
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ilandley thli'' Dekle was a business vistor to Lake I
week .: I. :'olINB'S CONDITION: IS Butler Thursday Job Printing

!Mrs. Ida Handloy, of Atlanta, Ga? SAW TO BE HOPELESS Miss Elina Vnrnes, of Sumner, was ;
Is visiting relatives hero this; week I the weekend guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Mrs. Green and daughter, Katlul I London June 13.-Physical condition P. P. Dekle. I .

k Belle, of Starke, were visitors over I of Nikolai Lcnine Is hopeless, according Math Dukes, Ardell Drawdy Dewey .
here Sunday afternoon. I IIrs. { to information received this I Dukes and sister, Miss :Mae, attended I

:\ Uodgers( who has been visit. I i afternoon from the most, authorntlve 0 n party at Miller Friday evening. 'I''

Ing' here, returned to her Jiome( in PiiI''source He Is said to be suffering Quite a number of our young peo- ,
Intkn last week. j from an inlliit of blood to the brain, ple attended the singing convention ni'I ,,

Bernard Jacobs: of Luke City, was ,,4'causing! loss of speech and paralysis, Miller Saturday.Jeff .

vinitng -his parents here recently I'which followed. Jones of Alachua, visited his

'r' .. ., Mrs. Mamie Hundley was visiting 0 nephew, O. A. Rimes, last week and CARDS
his parents here recently. I It while here attended services at Little

Diplomacy in the Koin Springs church Saturday and Sunday.
'; TIIEKESSA: : I Every now and then wife urges Dave and Lee Green visited rela POSTERS .
hanbaix! to buy some new clothes for tives and friends here Saturday and ,

iA, Theressa, June 16.-Tracy Baker, |himself but If he I* a pretty good Sunday. ENVELOPES .
r of Brooklyn I talker he can get out ot It wltnou Misses Pearl and Ruby Green
was a business
visitor i I IC making her
nintL-Fort Worth Star BILL HEADS
'?.I guests of Miss Gertrude. Parrish were 1
uui f paffJglyItI I!lTO>atfK8fl! ?OflyElberton.BIue m@ uu 'nuu.<( Nelson Dekle Claude and Albert NOTE HEADS

1 Dowling spent Saturday here guestsof
1 \ Oren and Kirk Dekle.T. WINDOW CARDS
t 1'y CLL D. Proctor spent the weekend

here with his sister Mrs. P. P. Do- SHIPPING TAGS

kle.L.. G. Johnson and P. P. Dekle were LETTER HEADS
I7 '1tiaT.Ltr business vistors to Lake Butler Mon

day. .
I j I Mrs. Emma Johnson and children I 4

i I' were guests Sunday of Mrs. Ann Murphy .
1 and children.

Dana Duke Cecil and Drew I.
I Drawdy .

Georgia Granite spent Sunday with Oren and Kirk De- r ...
G, THE STONE ETERNAL"AndGEORGIAMARBLEtinits'various24hade kle.
Mrs. Stokes is visitng her daughter

I .!make Mrs. B. F. Gainey.

I T. J. Dukes and sons, Zell and Vann :

MEMORIALS Ii were Monday.guests of P. P. Dekle and family Bradfordaunt

y Renowned i James Thompson of Little Springs "
? I was here on business Saturday.

I FORJARCHITECTURALDIGNITY! : || !( Dannls Argo is able to be out again .

and after several days illness.
EVERLASTINGIENDURANCE Jesse Dukes was here on business ylelegraph
r"; Saturday.

1 Three essential factors tobe*considered injbuying: oleo Oscar Brown visited relatives and

; J uments. are. :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP. friends here several day last week.T. .

RIATENESS. You have the J. Dukes returned Sunday froma
assurance oOhis; :Combination .
when buying'ouf: material. visit to Chattahoochee.Now :
that the election is over our

'i COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP. farmers are busy laying by, plantingpeas

G Leading Manufacturer of*th. SouthField and setting sweet potatoes. STARKE, FLORIDA -

or Special Repr.aentatiye, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alexson are
I visting her mother Mrs. Martha Par-

and Mrs. -
............... mI'II'! ____ ., .. B. F. Gainey spent
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