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 23, 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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Established, 1879. i i Subscription-Per Yel$2.00-$ : Months $1.00.-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor j I f fo

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!!1 If IS CAPTAIN: J. L. PEEK I Kl'NAWAY::'\ CONVICT:. (',\UCll; i iMonday ; BLAKELY-HAISDEN) : ,ri. i tl


Other Member of l.'n. "G"; Promoted, II. -Strickland, who lives\ An cent Thursday evening was !;,

at Urrrnt Election between, Starke and Kingsley Ink>, the marriage of Miss Jessie Mae Pals'c. : i'i I

WILLIE JOHNS : AFTER THREE I II passing through the woods near the VS STATE DIVISION I den. mid Mr. William Sil.is Ulakely, nt ;+" j jIh

First Christian church In thepresence
Thorp has been a'complete change Borer place,. saw a negro dressed in
''of loinmissioned officers, and a partial I i prison garb. The negro acted as If \ of a large number of witnessps ,/ 1

CONVICTED : one of non coins in .('n. "G" ISJth ATTACKS WERE\ rick or exhausted and did 1 not see :Mi IS ISSUE who came to see this young! (fir, 2

infantry, N. G. F., lately. Strickland. Thu latter hastened to the i'ouplo plight their troth .'

Special order No. 02, A. G. O., Fla.,, first telephone to be found In tin- Tbi- church was elaborately. and artistically 1',1, /. ,

PETERSON: OP J,\CIS'I dated May 26, 1022, rends, in part, as, MADE ON HIM neighborhood and notified! Sheriff Kp- MOVSIF.U: PEI1IION: Pl.ANNEl: : \* dpcorutus'" ludcr the direction y.
about the of the con- of Mrs. ,1. M. Mitchell( and Mrs.
.1.1.10.i SENTENCED: LIFE follows: person presence in io\ii; \ MKKTIM' ;

IMPRISONMENT: : 'I "On his own request| Captain Archibald -- -- I \ ict, then\ went back and<1 watched
[ J. Thomas, is. rehe\ed from comiinaml fugitive's movements until the officer I the ruler motif for I the unusually
i.Alil.KU(; ( 01 :NTCOMMISMON- Ferns and ,I
I'unes'Iinlell; of June I Kith; had of Company "G" l.'ilth infantry, KK 1'OI'SIl; IN:' JI\ZEJll''Iinl.:' -houUl l come. ,I I'lmining to ulnke| mtiMi.iM', i Minpalgns beoutfpl' \ deeonrliitns.
"Hi I"wing nccount of the result ofil i Jo'. N. G i., and transferred to the National I Superintendent J. S. hitch of the nil lountH-s i in peninsularKlerii'a banks of greenery relieved by quantities ,
-1ION ACKCM'Ol'Vn: LI!NE.1'r'TALiC : I in ,
Guard Reserve ellVdive State Farm, happened! to be in Starke i of Shasta daisies formed an fte.tlvn -
,I of Joe Peterson, for mortally I, May where an ornaiii/ation h' snot
'Mm, Willie Johns it Jacksonville ::11!1 W22. at the time, and na soon as the sheriff ,,, been I and' to setting for the bridal party. d "
nlii'iidy perfected pre.seer
) \: UKEN ; the he informed During the ceremony the bride nndgroom !.D'. ::
S.\ JI TO IIAVK ; had received massage -
',ninths,,, /ago Johns, a young man I "On his own request "resignation. oC2nd. to the ne+i 'egisL.ture: a nui:isl"i- f
M\DE\ ITT H1'IUsm.nsNII: Mr r.litch. They both went out stood directly under an arch !t. 1
[K of Hampton, has many rclan Lieut, nranville\ K. Lewis, 154th p i "tition, from the peninsular salter., ,'i' '
"l friends in this county who : inf., F. N. GJ, is accepted." :NO'\ \INS! GIVEN [ there in Mr. Blitch's car and wero ; ,%i king! for c.uiital remo/al, the luuirl twined with vines and] ornamentedwith r

deplore his death. The Times I Following the above order""m clue met by Mr. Stru-kland, who soon1, '' 'n. directors of the F'orldu Capital 1 Ile- I daisies. w ; "
II pointed out n log; 11l'hindhil'h the' Before tho ceremony.lies! lt1)1111- \ f ,f,
,ui \' i lion was held! in the company at which Palatka, June 15.County, Commissioner I naval Association adjourned In .-1 I I ""

1 Judge Daniel A. Simmons con- i nominations for appointment were, S. It. Fields, of Flagler county, negro was lying. lathe after a session that the dorman played "Prelude in C Minor ICI t
Tho sheriff drew his pistol and 1 com- which followed. by !Miss ; I : ,
: l'y: Chopin was
,ircuit court yesterday nfter- mad us follows: I has left Bunnull following the third punts. hope will prove to b" Pltl't.lci-1! i

J :.10 o'clock following the re- I Captain, Julian T.. Peek. attack made on ,hint by strangers last mantled the man to hold up his hands making, in !'lorida.A. Nolle Roberts of Lawtey, singing "At 1

,ken at the clone of the morning i j 1st Lieut., Thomas 1'. Long.: I Friday morning, and is now nt the 'f ho latter made a move as if to rung]' .-a rupreseui'IIiv'. of HiHsbot.iUgh! Dawning" by I'adm.in.' :Misses\ 1 Florence J'

the ,jury, which had retired I! 2nd.\ Lieut., Harold C, Wall. home of a brother-in-law at Lough- but sl.'olnlfr.! Butch, who had tl'lIt-1 county, Thomas Shucklufi'H, who I Matthews, Hilda Struth and ,
ed I him well, ha gave hlnll..1flp, remarking Nelle Roberts' with Miss Alderman l \
ni, announced that it warn The appointments were made and man, according to a statement by officers I fo-it.lt: all day for the Indus'nn of annnyoitivn S'Ir
that if hud been for', "The
it not
'" ii'nder its verdict in the ease ,,1 Federal l recognition has been received of the state who al'l'l\'ed here! : of state division In tho o' as piano/ accompanist, sang
Mr. HHtch there would hllb"l'n a'I II Ilridiil Chorus" from (he I Ito".' ]Miiden.Tn ,: +
";;take q

; in a verdict of guilty of I Long could not receive Federal recognition tackers. The story told by the ofllcer.i: I i rnce. eapilat removal, resignod his vieeprcsidency the bountiful strains of 1.01(11IIrln' e

i 'u the first degree, as charged being only twenty years of indicate that a determined l : effort has The convict hud escaped from H road when the board \vviit' onrecord Bridal Chorus the bridal party '

the Starke and tlm Clay hl'I idiismahj and Mr.\
jail ih( ,
"f the court.ndication as an officer until 1112:1!! : and I Fields, and that he has fin of the ormiiiUnlion, to puimotecapital t

WHS/ given i fit the sesvisterday 1st, Sergt. Orville J., Griffls him been lily decided he should leave county slieritt notified.SUCCESSFUL / removal. Mr. Sh.ultleford'-, Joe Wninwrhrht, groomsman, enteredfirst G
Tholl'Clime :jv
afternoon, fullnwln vid'ring nominated by the company for appointment Mr. Fields succeeded George Moody resignation was nut acted upon, iL bro I by opposite 'i

of the verdict that coun- us first lieutenant. as n member of the board, of conunis- N13AK EAST ('0TP.tIGN ing the sense of the meeting that tint Misn CIlrMOl'/ Shepard and Mr.MUsEthol It. ,
i 'ihr defendant would make mo- Other recent promotions I j in Com sionui-H having been appointed, by : proper place to tender his i estimation C. Wall, following were
I C GrilTm and :\1..'. Orvlllo Grills. J
I 1'.1' a new trial. The jury selectedTurner \ ire l : Gov. I Hardee. llu wa. a newcomer to was to tho; oixanixnllon; ninth hud I'
The Near East: relief campaign! in ;Miss In'zlulU! first bridesmaid, t
i I as its foreman. Sgt. Frank Stern to Platoon Sergeant Dunned when appointed, and since mimed him.
StnrKe last week met with great sue I come next with Mr. Thnmns) Turner. "
Dial argument in the ease was tat platoon. stood unalterably
that time has been more or less in Mr. Slmekleford
\ Evii: Swan of
COHS. A contribution of 300) garmentsami Tbo nuiiil of honor, Miss ,
Ic yesterday morning: l by States Sgt. William U. Crosby to Platoon the )public eye, twice before, when he opposed to capital I removal plans, soy 1 alone Tho flower. [
I pairs of shoes, d!II I cans: of milk Palmetto, entered
rney Fl'Ink'I ernan, who fjnish-I Sergeant, 2nd platoon I was taken out and! beaten and on oc ing that ho believes such a procedure Paulino, Minor t
and l beef end $1.80Vns given! to send I girls worn! little Misses
''i ,,rtly after 1ft o'clock whereupon Corporals James II. Pruvatt and i "lIlllonK,1:1l'11,: he appeared as plaintiff'r to the Christian people of Armenia,, impossible, hut that state division is and Geraldine\ Johns The bride entered i

'art charged and instructed the Charles U. Cooper to; be sergeants I, injunction milts against the com- who 11I1lTer",1. such horrorjit the : not only possible'' hut probable. He with her father Mr.' W. W. Bain- t I
whieh retired at 11 o'clock to de- I Private 1st class Theodore Edward? misHUjners to prevent their deviating! 'cited that Senator [Muses, of Now d'''t '
the altar
I hands of tTio Turks. den and they were met at I
,HI, on the rasp, reaching an unan- Private lot clas.it Nelson T. Green,, I[ from n rood contract, and to restrainthe I Itampshiru[ had promised! thai t when- and, beat nvtn his
The committee would npprecinttfurther by thu bridegroom/ t '
\i-rdict within a few hours. I Private Ned C. Cnlumnn and PrivattJoseph ; \ feels that it should be
: Dupont company from constructing lonlribulionit of money lo help ever. Florida brother, Mr. Fred P.lakely, of \VIII,I,). ; w
i im, a young man, was on trial II. Leu to he corporals. n line of rail across lands cohlrolljeri divided, that he would! see that I ho! of Jacksonville d '
ni shooting, the night of March ; Private lilt claws Allen M. Johns tc, ; by I the Hunnell Development Company pay transportation charges, which 'United States 'senate puts it Ihroiii'li.' Rev John !Mullady which, 1", '
will be considerable on the five boxes performed' the ring ceremony vIuring
AVillii Johns man, who be mechanic. Shnckleford said ho did not !h.'
i a voting of which he was manager. Mr. and wife
,following: morning from the I Captain; J. L. Dullard, infantry, inspected -, I But whether or.not any of his business l'I weighing: over COO pounds. !hove that either Senator Fletcher( or niadii' the young, couple Drdln'i man "Souvo- jaflier"
has sent box weighing the ceremony, /
\<"nih, had pierced his Ituigs.' In : Company "G" June L'th.there .,' activities and opposition to movements Hampton a Senator Trammel) would introducn th,' >! a 'j
CO pounds and the reports from Luw- was softly played! n
the defendant Attorneynk being present three officers andfortylive the bill resolution\ In the Republican \
i-ntinpr I sot on foot in county are re- )propur or who is the daughter of ; i
Brooker have not Tho bride,
yet come
toy an<\
D. Brennan, claimed solf-dc- enlisted men. Captain Hal ,! sponsiblo for the attack: made, on him In. senate, to divide Florida, but did, Mr, niiil JtrllV.. W. liiiisden wits the J '

Tho tragedy! occurred on 28th lard had the company exercised ir, !; i ih not known.. The men who'havo tilI bcliqvc! that the United Slates senate. and In her
Miss Olive Hay chairman of the) picture of youth happiness'
near the Moncrief! road. squad close order drill, company close!I jken him outwere strangers in the will create a new state If thiuriliijorlty
I of white canton
thank all of f
I committee, desires to wedding gown
drill and manual of arms! and indicate they wish II. Mr..
order community, the last attack beingnutde / of citizen
j with 1 bridal veil of
I those who have helped in this good In pearls,
'0 It' IN STAHKE: THE FOURTH found the state of Instruction to bo', ,, at 7:30:: o'clock in tho morning: work. Shiti'klefoid/ was insistent l Unit thu tulle fastened. to bur collfuro whitpruys

I very good, the morale excellent. Inspection 'I when citizens were J'olnlto their business people of South Florida were Indlffar- ( 1 of .orange.. bl"aaenilsr and carrying
Will :Make Day of property .showed that the, I front of the removal that thuy were
niic' and Sports and was in prlnciV'l MRS LONG ENTERTAINEDMrs. :rat to capital ; I an arm houiiiut| of brides' r.ies. ,
'Enjoyable II property is! clean! well cared for and ', drug toro of the city, and was I only \interacted in a division of the MiMI! Johns wore canary colored organdy {

neatly arranged in store room;. I'ap-; {witnessed by ono of Mr. Fields' fellow ntate, and that unless tho organisation : Miss II .
V. H. Long entertained a few with hand-mudu roses
the Fourth Ballard found that the officers of to mlopt u million he
-o who have enjoyed ; : thin commissioners. friends Friday afternoon in honor of was willing Shi'piiril. wore orchid organdy and rib rbons

.. with the Starke people in for.ars I the company are all very interestedin Wrapped lit n lllanket Mrs A. V. Long, of Palatka, who formerly made asking for a convention at sumc Miss Ji-ifUn'n, frock was of nile .
to learn that the organization; thai the company: data at which Ihoru might bo an r t
'. will bu glad
< I According to eyo witnesses nmong! lived hero and has numbers of near germ' organdy and Miss. Moltt wore
vi'iir will be no exception. A spirit Is excellent and that the company them being Commissioner Jordan, AcJ'rl warm friends who are always pliwsud oxpresnlon of sentiment on thormes- !pink organdy., Thn, maid of honor, u"
iitti'i of citizens is hnrd at work as a whole has n very high competitive the : Lion, he felt that he was not a proper
I ( in the drug store postmaster to see her. I Miss Swan!' was ntllr..d In dainty pink
snag about such amusements ands I spirit with reference to qual- 1 and proprietor of the hotel, Mr. The affair was perfectly informal member of the board of directors.! crepe, de chine with trimmings *
\ and old. | inVation\ nt drill, range! qualification, Other members of the hoard took a
pleaR..youn : I
I I Fields, who was' always'accol11panlel and towards the close of the afternoon tulle. Tho bridesmaid curried arm
features arc athletics general organization:: stnndards similar view, and. at the close of .{
far tho following! ; by a body( guard! since his first attack the hostess) assisted by her houquetSof Shasta daisies

,ircd Dancing at the armory, foot ,, etc, durinthe! approaching en- but who was alone nt this particular daughter, Miss Margaret Long, Mrs, rather healed session ho tendered hU. The dainty little, flower girls, Missus

"1 mn1" 'ral'f's and .climbing! the ;! campment. time, was just entering his office whena J. H. JULep and little Lois Long, served resignation. Pauline Miner and fJol'al
.1! pole! but there will, no doubt, ,' Major Yandell O. Brown, commanding strange man at the soda fount gulped n tempting salad course Baskets I Major \V. T. Gary, of Ocalu, sold, worn charming In their frocks of pink

">e bill! frames and other nniuse- I the 2nd battalion, offers a cup, to I a glass of coca cola and, sprang for and howls of gorgeous colored I zinnias I that ho thought tho proper place tr, organdy and tulle hows, ih-ir druMOtt (+

,'" Bring/ your hiskots and have i I bo won by the best company in the Mr:. Fields. Taken unawares Mr. wr used to make the rooms more, I .Lender the resignation Vas to 'the being tln1\1h'd with hurl aide rose t

'mmunity dinner at the park Come I| battalion.: Company "H" machine Fields{ was unable to defend himself attractive. TampA chamber of commerce! whl'-J and ribbon strunmem. They carried t

'II' und all; nur citizens will do their i gut, captured this! prize in 191, and and a second man hurried up from\ Besides the honor guest, Mm. A. V,, I Mont Mr. $hacklefor l as its! representatlve. haul ,eta filled with rose petals which

>t to make you welcome.STARKE I I it now shines forth from" a display"G" behind, struck the struggling: commissioner Long, there were present Mesdumet v were srnltrod, | down (the ,pi'tbw of
window In Lake City Company ovethe head with large cali- Of the seventeen members. of tin'I
I in a r. L. Peek, II. L. Brownlee, J. II. mtc' the bride t
GIRL WIXS:'\ PRIZE I believes that cup would look better I bre revolver. an.ll& third threw a heavy I W. L. Wall, S, E. Rrownlee, D. E. board of directors, twelve ware pres' The bridal! party' loft tho church to '

Starke. canvas blanket or winding sheet: I Knight and Miss Amelia Hay.SWEET ont, including! I : all l. sections I of.. lhy yinninsular : the strains of Mendulnnolin's, Wedding, t + a
Mis* Elizabeth Brownlee! daughter I The citizens of Starke congratulatertiptain II around him. The signal was given -- I state. Major! Gary, ..tI..I.ornm, March,' and a reception u',is held! at! Y

Mr. and Mrs. H. I,. Brownlee, who Peck and his staff, satisfied and a car further down the street hurried : COIN GAI.OliE; 'was insistent. at "ill times that statn lire home of the brido't pnrenta. Tlm ,

the season just past, distin- good hands. Young men should read 1 Mr. Fields in it. Ha managed to prop J. :M. Alvarez, the well! known' ,meeting, and thai it was assembled. \ and handsome. I During) the evening (

ushod herself by earning o prize on I the company's recruiting advertisement !- his feet against the I doorway when a clothing and shoo merchant of Starke,' 1 for Die one purpose of making plans! an Ice course was served jo the y'

,in essay. The title of her theme in another column of the Telegraph second blow on the h.,1! rendered, him is the largest grower of sweet corn In'' for securing' an expression from the guests. a +

"What I Owe to the Town in .was'l and answer to the call. unconscious. Previous to being struck this section.( Iris farm in aIJ*.t three 1'1 1 people of the slate as to whether or Mr. and Mrs. Itluknlv .li'-ft. after the

r ve." The prize was! $">, ---PROCESSION---- : the second time he called, to the young I miles west of Sturke, on the LuL-o I''not they desire capital removal. He reception' for Waldo, whore) I they will

the civic department of the DeLandWoman's LEAPING: THE man in the drug store to come to his Butler road, and in in charge of C. D.Nuwsom wall 1 \ {that if Mr.! Sharkleforil was named mnke their home. Mrs IIlakcly'4' 1

Club. It was copied by the I between the agentsof assistance cod not divining what was who is not only a good farmer by the pruper Hillshorough county f raveling! dress was of ,dark blue run- t

OeLand New As the essay is of i In a competition taking place, the clerk, who did not but u hard working man and ,authorities to represent that county ton crepe with trimmings of gray,
much merit, the Telegraph will\ take the E.: A. Strout Farm recognize! Mr. Fields, started to assist good] manager. l that they should at least have sent u gray hut and Hcci-nsorie Mr. uta k.-
pleasure in publishing it at an early based on new sales and new the men in placing what he considered Thu sweet corn became ready for man who was in sympathy with it proposal ly Is express clerk at Waldo, und bunt r'

date. G. M: Inman, of S .urko, lead tho pro- a drunk in/ the cor. A forty-five cal- shipment, about four weeks ago, andVver to permit the peoplo to express young (ieopli, have /I host uf frlnmls 1
When it Is considered -
Miss Brownlee returned to Starke cession last month. ibre revolver in his stomach stopped Inca then from :20 to 10 bushel their wishes', whether they were in tic- I to extend congratulations and wish e"
la in Ii
DeLand she Wall that :Mr. Inman compe- him short. ,torn with his own or not. life. k
Saturday. While at throughout the crate tit this staple have been shipped them a long and happy
Mrs.[ J. E. Futch. tition with agents will last Other members of thiftjonrd, during attending ,
with her aunt, shows him Found Across Line doily, and the season yet Tho out-of-town guano
United States his record ) the debate, took tho position that and Mrs. ISUkely '. t'
w'rc'Jr.: -
--- The offered In The men drove hurriedly away, and l la for Hunm time longer. the! wedding
SCHOOL FACULTY Cn05ENAt :; to be a live wire. prize In, while them was no doubt of a very I'.cv. Burke!, of Wat- ;
New York ai few minutes later \1'. Fields'.! bodyguard Before tho sweet corn came aj fret Ulakely, '
the contest Is a trip Mr. Inman arrived and started In pursuit, goodly lot of Irish potatoes was ship strong sentiment. for state division, do; Mrs. S. II. Denmark, of Haiford; 'i,
\ ',.,''n >.d.iv! morning a !guest of the company. thin desire would in no wise bo, hampered -
a meetirg held > anything aboutgoing ; but lost the fleeing men. In lest thana ped. The farm besides the pro.luctllm'ntloOl.d Mn. H. D. Handley, of Mulberry
Bradford High' ho doesn't care interfered) with by favorable
the tiustws of says also hold, flourishing or -
when he can stay half hour a deputy sheriff, accompa- '
York )
School selected theacuity for the Starke to New, but would like to win for nied by ten or more cars also startedin crops of all\ the staples grown in this I action on rcupportlonment and. capital I'fcNIC( ;:" 1 : AT IIKII.ItKONN: :. : l-'OL'ltnC
In removal.
coming! year rfo'lows: for tarke pursuit and met Mr. Fields weak section.
would gain
principal. the publicity it Palm Beach: Orange: Manatee and
Professor S. S. Dowling, from loss of bland, and in a dazed condition There will be a basket picnic at
*M Miss Jeannette Matthews and Mrs. and Bradford county. walking along the asphalt road I CLAHS PICNIC Oscvola counties', representatives said, Ifoilbronn. Springs the Fourth of July. ..y1IThere

Ceo. C. White, high! school. CARD OF TII.INKS near the Halifax club house in Vofusia that they are sure that the sentiment will .No: he dancing, ball games band

Mrs! fiessie McGmder. eighth grade county He was brought back to The "Volunt--Hand,," a junior for tu.te, division In their criuntlei Is other amusements, All art in-

Miss Olive Ray, primary grade. our sincere nell and for two ,days it wan Bun-I class of boys of the Baptist Sunday unanimous, but that they feel that reapportionment vituil. Come and have'a good: time. 4,
Miss: Eva We wish to express O. G. Cooper is is. a'necessary step to WAINWRIGHT.[ I
Other grade teachers the favors which we that his skull was fractured. He was' school, of which Mrs J. H.
Powell, C. R. Sapp, Miss Isabel Bul- thanks for the many friends and neighbors anxious to leave Bunnell at once, telling teacher, enjoyed a visit to Kingsley i the attainment even of that desire \ i '
Shriver :MISS! received from having as They concurerd In the general sentiment Can! is busy hauling muck
len; Miss Marguerite\ the long and severe illness / his friends that he had to be out lake Thursday afternoon, E. II.
Jessie Thomas. during Dowling. The kindness of the county by sundown, but physi- their guests the junior girls! of Mrs. that capital removal would not from some rich deposits, on his land .
ordered that the school open of Mrs. class. Interfere with any futum! activities and! making compost. Tho muck Is I
It was! the past four weeks cians would not permit him to be mov- W. J Epperson's C
Monday, Sep- shown us during of boy and girls that might he undertaken.On treated with chemicals and will make
for the 1022-23 term on I to make us believe that ed. :Monday however, he went to Th'- happy
tember 4th.Patrons (enough Starke, where Loughman. went out to the lake in a large truck, resolution just before the close a rher.p1'0011 and lasting fertilizer.
to have there is no place'like C. Jones. of the session, President George Wilder -
are much pleased and ready to Mr. Fields was said to be a kindly furnished by DjWitt
the people are so willing\ very .authority to name vice and to cull a convention of all Interested
of the Kickliter'slanding given
Mr. back at the head After enjoying a swim at
Dowlftiff armed and k'
will administer to the sick ones. brave man, always. went who are also members of parties at an early date to approve
school, and it believed. that he Dowling r and Wlfa. hi* house was veritable arsenal since all\ were invited to partake president, what has been done and to Intensify
M. as-
B. the board of directors of the tate
of assistants of ,
have and active corps delicious lunch
a strong he was attacked the second time. Ills of a which tho campaign for, ultimate
for'the coming, term. of Jacksonville spent friends in Bunnell said that he has naiad, chicken cake and Ice tea. !sociation in those counties removal.
Allan Canova returned home in have not already been active to em- capital'
with his parents, Mr. expressed his determination to return The merry party of the organizAtiona.
weekend and plain plans
spent In the 'I ploy field agents to gn out ex-
Mrs. J. F. Friday and Mrs. E. E. Canova. and attend to his business affairs. the evening about 7:30.: i
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:,' W. C. T. U. poses was limited by the sky. I r Onie Rovers Is spending a \vStarke. <;,,

.'. .....................................................-...' O. P. CALLS ON The reactionary leadership of the .
i----- : Republican party, with nothing in the I Mr. and Mrs. Royul Georg

R tAii1. INSPIRE A\IEmc.\S: *S! YOUTH record of the administration to attractor children, .of Starke, spent

1 With The Bradford WITH CIVIC] SPECIAL INTER- hold voters, has initiated! the campaign j here, guests of Mr. and Mr

of 1922 by adhering to the pol Johns.

In Athens were icy of Hannaism and Newbcrryism of II. O. Rivers and Joe Dowlii,
long ago boys )
? County Farmers taught pledge.. They snTd it ESTS FOR FUNDS 'rallying around the dollar mark. I[walking through J. B. Crews. Sunday and came upon a largi
day, believed In it and tried

''I I..... ............................................................................... .....1.1II by it. Fathers taught their sons h HARRISON:'/ TELLS OF G. O. P. f snake, which they killed. It i
PLAN::- 1O BUY THE ELECTIONThe : : rattles.C. .
when they were grown, pave TIlE LIMIT IN CAMPAIGN::- I
their own boys. Each helped FUNDS TO CONTROL:' THE A. Smith, ox jriawcncur

j; FACTORS' IN PRODUCING: : ; tll'.iL. I the blades" are removed the corn ear the pledge] true until Athens :ELECTIONS TIIIS TALL Republican conference to "step here last week looking after hu
1TY ;MILK never fully develops. "Athens, the Beautiful.. on the gas"\ and "get the money" was I Miss Leona Moody\ and I Ij JI
I Pledge of the Athenian thoroughlyaired on the floor of the j I Welch were here Sunday after,
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Farmers lose at least 1S per cent of I Washington, June 19.-In defiance
1 f I What do we mean by quality milk? the corn crop when they pull fodder, j, "We will never bring contempt of popular opinion con- Senate by Senator Pat Harrison of | Frasier Shaw of Brooker, W.I i
four I this our city, by any act of :Mississippi, who well summed up tho Friday
i i Quality in milk is represented by according specialists of the College j ", tho huge expenditures of
V r items: food value healthfulness, its of Agriculture, University of i lor cowardice, nor ever du' ?rt our in the Newberry and Pinchot occasion and the purpose of the meeting M.\ C. Andrews, of Brooker \\

it, cleanliness and. keeping quality. Tho Florida fodder Is usually pulled soon I Irndes; we will fight for the campaigns, the Republican I as follows: this section ]last week.A. .

Y t. housewife too often measures the value after the ear passes tho roasting ear' |I sacred things of the city, both Committee recently called "Of course, tho legitimate and hone L. Greene of Pine HJ1, w..
of milk by the cream line, forgetting stage. The ear is not mature then' ircl with many; we will the "fat purses" and repre l feat business interests of the countryare Wednesday.

l the muscle and bone building mn- and. roots and stalk cannot mature it :I obey the city laws and do our I of special Interests for the thoroughly disgusted with the I I Tom Hodges passed through:

d ,i terinl in that part of the milk below' wten the leaves are gone. I incite a like respect and of raising a huge' campaign' manner in which you have legislated. Monday.

I I I the cream line, known as the curd or As a matter of fact fodder shoull i I I others; we will strive I with the sky as the limit, for the and! the way in which you have failed I O. W. Thomas, of Watermill

protein of the milk. I r never be pulled. In the first place, as ,, quicken the .public's sense of of controlling the general to solve the great problems that are II tlon, was here Saturday.II. .

The food value of the milk is determined I: said above, it removes from the plant I II I ty; that this in oil these ways (. this fall. pressing upon Congress, among them I Brown of Sampson, wn'-
4 by having to standard. the its transmit this city, greater, the taxation bill and this bill by which
up factories. In the second place, it list of those in attendance com- last week.Improved.
t fat, sugar, protein, vitamine and min- (I I i removes from the soil valuable plant more beautiful than it was big bankers, representatives of you are attempting to erect a tariff I __ __
c>ral elements, and when this Is done fond. In the third it is much ted to us. wall around the country, and cause
i, place, a trusts, railroad directors, mul- '
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!Such" a pledge taught to the other countries to retaliate' against us Ice-Cream Cone
have diet
we a complete Indispensable -
i i more expensive means of getting forage manufacturers and offi
for the child or invalid. I icon youth today and passed on and! prevent these honest business interests I To'prcvlde a substitute for th. '
than is the growing of hay.COUNTY of corporations making huge ita
{ Healthfulness is assured when tho I ture generations! would make from selling their goods! in foreign always saullnry !Ice-cream cone -i
,, and paying huge dividends. I ventor has patented, a device thnt
dairy herd has been tested by a train- Joved land truly, "America, the markets. So it is enough to
j| : AGENTS'; REPORTS. the list we find Henry Buckley n core from u Imnnna and repluc !d I
know the of the I
tiful. tbat: people( great
ed veterinarian and found free of '
{ the big :Maryland banker II. with Ice cream.I';xchange.
berculosis or other contagious tu'I'I I ; Middle West who have been crying forirrigation
I Madison\ -The annual'club camp was Scott, the bit Delaware! banker; I I and reclamation, appealingto I
C'1 ('s, and the water has been RECEPTION TO MRS. '
held at Hampton, Springs and the outing S. Stevenson, the bile Connec-
f ; by the Atate board of health and found AT GOVERNOR'S:' ;lIA ; senators! to pass the McNary-Smith j I
free from nil contagious diseases and was thoroughly enjoyed by both I banker; William II. Crocker, the 'I lull, and it does not come, are naturally -
girls and boys. Two cars of canta California banker; E. T. )j jpeople An old Scotchman, David <>
dissatisfied bu-iiness laboring
parasites., Also when the board of Upon the return to Alaska of I
loupes and] six cars of melons were I I ', tho big Philadelphia was seriously IH with scant hot
soldiers everybody in
( health has found the dairy farm front) I I. j C, T. Hatcher, president of the up |.
shipped" this week. I I banker anti a member recovery lIe had been wheedle'I .
6 of contaminating surroundings. such I, 'ka W. C. T. U., after" a visit of 'I against you, your record and your pol- ,
---- i j of J. P. Morgan' & Co.; Arthur icies. So it is that these rt'PI.csenta-1 j I making a will by relatives, anti. >
as open closets, manure piles and other eral] months in tho United
J;I Oacooln, -]Have( had posters printed I I I Davis, of Pittsburgh, president of | lives of the Republican party outside were now gathered about his lie
breeding places for flies. |!was tendered a reception at the ,
Cleanliness is indicated somewhat I advertising! ; {ale citrus field meeting'' ernor's mansion at Juneau. ( !Mellnn's Aluminum Trust; Fred of this Chamber and the House, fresh |1' watching him laboriously sign it
for Osceola county. Citrus growers Patterson, of Ohio, president of the got as far as D-A-V-I-thcn fell
1' from home, meeting here, trying to
4 by the bacterial> count as given by tho I I guests, representing the lending
[ ore unable: to for whitcfly for Cash :Register Company D. exhausted."D .
\ spray I ; !
ti 4 adopt a policy that might change the
state board of health However the, !' I ple of the city, paid their re
fear of burning new growth and June i iI Kroger, the Cincinnati multl-mil | Uncle David, D!" exhor.nephew. '
'I i I trend of ovents and bring success to ;
milk may acquire liquid dirt and. sediment I Mr s. Hatcher.( After greetings, / *
that is not indicated by the bacterial refreshments, she gave an I baker nnd grocer; Roy DileoI your party in November, have gone -
., I Chapin, of Michigan, motor car 1 out determined to buy the coming- f|\ "Dce'I! ....Iaeu1I1tlld the old S,",n I .
count, which clean milk should talk on "Krom) Willow Creek to '
J not contain.Tha St. Johns-Details are, being' Worked in'ton.Irs.! ; Hatcher !is e I ; William Wrigley, head| election.! ly, but with indignation. "'1"'

:: ]keeping quality of raw milk out for an organization' of tho po- j her home in Willow! Creek, nnd i yie chewing gum trust, and Chas Senator Harrison asserted, however when I'm ready, ye a aric-iou--.
k ,1) i Into growers. Good progress has been \ llillte, former chairman of tho Re-i: ,that American people were reading! -The Forest.
as produced on the lair y farm is the I I lair/ with her fl'ol1Detroit, ;
\ made nnd much Interact is shown. i n National Committee, and and that knew what WM MM W-M__ M -
thinking they I i
real test for quality. This. real test her little granddaughter to To
with New York corpornI Stop a Cough Quick
'I big
is when milk will keep at a temperature :. summer with her. She writes, N I was going on, and of the big dinners.| lit
of 70 to 80 degrees from 21 1 to Luke--Groves are in fine condition our work in Alaska, j I 1'inJheM, in the White House and take HAYES' HEALING HONEYS
and ore being well fertilized. The development the published list of those pres elsewhere and that they would cough medicine which stops the cough(:
48 hours without souring, and when it Juneau, flourishing beyond all come healing the inflamed and irritated Us.- >
i' does remain of rust mite is being close- members are the names of the following He- 'tll< the rescue of the Democratic par
sour, free of gas bubbles tation. Fifty-eight new A tux of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRj
which indicate the presence of harmful I ly watched, and groves are \being 'been added to the Juneau club ) (' officials: ty. SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds

bacteria. This quality of milk is sprayed ns condition warrant. I the past month, through the President Coolidge (although' Croup Is enclosed with every boltUHAYES'

t only produced where all precautionsare work of Mrs. John B. Marshall, Is not reported) that he gave any- NEW RIVER shouhl be HEALING rubbed on HONEY.the chest and Tho thr sa,
taken f In washing utensils, such as ntl'-oto-Th; strawberry acreage I of the Federal prohibition \') ; Secretary 'Mellon; Secretary of children suffering from a Cold or Cruu.
buckets, cans and bottles, in n warm has grown to 173; acres, and there will the territory." Attorney General Diiughcrty New River. June 23.-Rev. Williams I The h..mllnllelfect of Haven' I
caustic soda solution I no doubt he 200 acros.. The melon Senator DuPont of the Powder of Starke, filled his regular appoint- flhlo ill*throat combined with ehelalingelfer
4. and then sterilizing l.rovo s u-feo-Trata Salvo tbromtb the
t with steam or a disinfectant so- season is approaching a close at this WilY HE IS A :' family and. New York hotel! ment here Saturd.iy and Sunday. akin soon stops a cough purciuiu
point. ". I Mrs. II. O. Rivers and children I !truth remedies. are pecked In one rarton aDd
1 lution.! Likewise
cows udder I com of the combined: treatment::1St:.
45, t IIn.I'1 those present William Wrigley J spent part of last week in Starke the .
the milkers' hands should be .' I Whenever n new question ;: Just ask your druggist for HAYF-
h ly washed with a weak disinfectant' l'olk--The citrus growers are busy ask myself first what eventual Chicago' who Is reported to have guests. of relatives. HEALING HONEY.

before milking, and. the milk protected. fertilizing. and trees are showing new it is going to havo upon our | \ $2i,000; just to start the thing, 1'1.
I from contamination growth and bloom. nt root I I already received substantial ben-
by dust particles I life. I am a strong
c and disease germs from the atmos individualist i and have an abiding Fly'C.'I by the Inking of,tbe tax off of .- -- -

al phere. Walton-A, good many people BIO I r viction that we arc soon to I I from! which chewing gum !is II I m- l

Milk with a low bacterial] count'(busy I gathering blueberries which are! dominant nation of the world ', and Mr. Patterson has been I II III.

" does not always indicate a high qual- I bringing a fancy' price. Interest in I I not only its greatest \ I (. by taking' cash registers off I : '" II.

ity. '. this crop Is rapidly growing in tiiis 'financial' and carrying nation i|,' free list and putting a 25 per cent !
section; some are expecting to plant greatest naval and military on them. The DuPonts have re-I
W, TCII I'OR)( THE AP'PEAKANCEOF : 10-acre fields. this winter. IIn I i i this connection I might say I I incalculable benefits in '' i II "')
I'ECAN: : DIEIUCK my fundamental objection to I schedule of the pending tar

Suwannee-Practically every com 111ion of the League of ', bill. \ T3JE:: UNIVERSAL CAR I

Pecan tieback is u fungus disease" munity with a shipping' point nnd having been that such a league would> I important decisions arrived at I ,

which i b recognized! by the presenceof /50 acres or more of, watermelonshas I a power greater than are we, ( -to take off the limit of $1,000( on it
organized and loading and (I alleged to have been im -t'I'Iil tr
minute, black crusts embedded In'' are I 1111 my wish that there shall be no
somewhat elongati;l cracks or ruptures ; selling melons co-operatively. i I der greater than the United by former Chairman Hays, and

e in the bark of tjie diseased limb I I As I have said, I have never raise:: $500,000 for educational pur-

and dead. twigs. Toward thu base of Pasco-Farmers are -sowing .cow- I a prohibitionist. I have used which in the !opinion of many il ilII

the diseased! twig the bark often hasa peas for hay and soil improvement. I and liquors freely and have would not be enough/ to educate

water-suak, waxy appearance, and Citrus growers are applying their them liberally at my table, and orthodox Republican" ; "education
there Is usually n definite margin between June application of fertilizer and making I restrictive measures were about In this respect, however, Is mere II

': I the infected and healthy tin- their cum mer cultivation. 'I into effect I purchased! n \ a camouflaged; term. The amount I i awv I
I to be raised for other
sue. I stock for future use and gave no money pur.I \S
Numerous young shoots often start I Hamilton-Our farmers have shipped thought to the matter. III
out further back tomatoes, potatoes, cantaloupes! II A TONIC
i' on the branches When letters came asking I

Which have been partly killed, and as land, watermelon co-operatively in take part in a movement for i. ,, Tasteless child Tonic restores II

'r' the disease uploads' these roots become II riirlots this week. scinding thc prohibition and Vitality by Purifying and! IIII

k, infected and I later die. From I put to myself the question the Blood. When you feel its

I these clusters of short branches dieback CHIPS p shove I then ran over in invigorating/ effect\ BOO how II

Is often mistaken for rosette. causes that in our country brings/ -color to the cheeks and how IIII

However, in the ease of dieback there The man who owns mill cares for" i make /good or bad citizenship[ to improves the appetite, yi.v < i IJ;l then II III
bees in Florld.i. does not get "stung.
is no deformity or crumpling thc !! a weak people, given over to its true tonic value.

leaves, which Is one of tho common dulgence/ with its entail of Tasteless chill Tonic is simply r
3 !symptoms associated with rosette/ I. Heretofore the hog has find' the'p'n- disease, crime and insanity, or a and Quinine suspended in syrup. So Cut Your
nut almost to himself but. food. '
r Diebacik may be controlled by pruning specialists perous, self-respecting and :: even children! like it. The blocjcl
e a out the dead wood and! burning it, I I tell us that peanuts offer n I people free from the unnecessary : QUININE to Purify it and IRON tt> '' "
t splendid food for man as well palatable it. Destroys Malarial! germs and n fq i'
I according to tho Florida Experiment; ; : of Iif9 l? I saw 'at <>Ve, that drink I Andromembrr-the \ e ; ;
Station. The disease Is nut easilyrecognized I nutrition) and henlthy. I II the chief cause of bad citizenship germs by .Its Strengthening Invlgor' lowest fiat coat, fhe a ;
Effect. Oc. it
lowest upkeep and the .
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when the trees are in the I made up my mind that as an highest resale value of 4''
dormant stage/ so it is advisable tit go Dairy cans, buckets, strainers, etc., can who takes his citizenship Only One "BROMO QUININE" any motor car aver built. t}

over the trees during the summer and should be scalded, not merely rinsed. I ly I could take no part in a .. the ....oul"".cnll for full name LAXA r
murk all which show out with cold water, or even hot wa HKOMO QUININE. Lookforamnaturcol
any signs of lie.i' which has for its purpose the
ter. Some of the worst known I .GROY 6.: Cum a Cold In One 0... Stop Expand sales
; k back. In this way the grower is able germs uation of the evils to which I and headache..nd ernkoff 'l :25c your zone-reach
mire spread by means of the milk | \ .
in fall can.
a to prune out quickly and thoroughly fl'rrell.From( a published more 6ustomers.
all the diseased wood. from Henry A. W. Wood, of t Figured from
t4t: r r, In pruning/ for dieback it is necessary I: There is almost always a big demand York.) T LAME BACK? every conceivable standpoint a

't to cut back the branches well beyond for twiy. Our dairy cows could ,
; substitute much good l hay for lot Ford f
the visibly diseased areas, for a --- Chassis, and a body to

a I' the fungus often penetrates into the of their. concentrated bought feed. ._.. tIN llama inornjiig lams n?.<. those
wood for Grow hny while the sun shines and suit your needs will not.
vl some distance beyond its outward few men are reformed:! b, .: luiin.uhea beating 01 11 unit only
m d appearances. All trees that show the>rnins full. Ithoiigh: timnjrtrinciliated., ) !! work a burden and teal IUIUOH k""
'speed and
y a tendency toward rosette should be ,,- ., ., e \ l>on': bi. hal1lt.cuL>t.d by n up substantially

i removed' as they will form a harbor A good job for the boys is keeping back link- to your kthleyu.v'ou: lower the cost of ?*
ing place for the divbiuk fungus. in shape the fences, gates and sheds."' The Quinine Teat Docs Not" Affect 1lf make n. mistake by following your light

A few old boards, some nails and n Beraute. or Its tonic! and Ismtlve! ."..... Sturke I't'sill'ct'a example. delivery and
i'i't t FODDER PULLING A WASTEFUL hammer make a lot of difference in TIVE by anvm: HKOMO** without' Ot,1NINC:cmidinJ(Tab.nervnuneits. .is) can or DK !. I.,. B. :Miner Klphth: St, slays: hauling, but it Sg.

+r PRACTICE the hands of a wide awake boy, and (In Iho hraif % t S siuiaturaon.: I\ am glad Ixmn'n of the Kidney:opportunity Pills.( to I was rag will establish for your 'business -

the beauty of the thing Is he likes to
) inlng of buckacne and there
j s Suppose }..u took the lungs and the do it. Just give' him a hammer and SEED CORN. COWPEAS, VEL a Ke'e, dull ache) In the small an invaluable reputationfor

,t4, a stomach out of an animal ? Would) see. flm BEANS MILLET,CRASS SEED. my back If I atcoi.ed I could promptness and i

you expect it to thrive, or even live? CHUM For immaofat hiprncnt. straighten again I often efficiency.
v r Such a loss to an animal, horrible ('.\ (OF THANKS: seasonable Field and Vegetable up feeling IUOIM tiled than be. Buy now. Terms if desired.

y '," as it is, is a fair comparison: to thet Writ. for rric. List and Catalogue. I went to b.il. I nua languid

loss sustained by the corn plant when We wish to extend' our heartfelt beautiful and instructive .,. at tunes my s.ghi blurred.' r
ut t its leaves are stripped off. Yet some thanks to our neighbors and friendsfor fr..and give valuable about !'loan's 1 Kline} FMis. and

"e farmers persist in taking' the leaves the kindness shown during the farming and gardening for Florida a box nt Turner's I lung' Store. < J. W. Andrews Jr. t
cured me of the attack' and I s
S ::1 .' .from their corn, even I before it is sickness and death of our little daughter the aouth. Writ. to ut today for likj} a differentvonum.. .
r through using them. Elizabeth. seed Ford and .
price on requirement Ford
your .. UUc.( ia Ili i ti dealers Don't son Dealer ;
The leaves of the corn plant are its Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Roberts I complete. tock wilL enable u* to aj'\ ten a K.trey i.ed.get
+ factories. No matter how in 51'ARKE, FLA. I
many roots you to advantage price and Klcoey I'I1.8-Ih. same that
y it hRS they can do nothing unless the Colds Cause trip and Influenza E. A. MARTIN SEED :Miner hud I'ostrr-Milbura: Co., )
leaves are present to manufacture theo LAXATIVE':DROMO! QUININE Tibletj! remove(ii.cause. : lUiirurt( / N Y. ,
r d ,, Oldest and Largest Seed Houte in _
Th I. '
food taken by the roots. When only one > Clu DIr. -- --- ---
up C. W. GROVE Blannnmt no boA. Sou 202.206 E. Bay St. Jacksonville,

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rrunnumIIIIIIIIlII1IcmmmmmIDIIICIIa.mmmmtJltlltjlle! water saved James !McAIister and his I the right liMe of the upper part of Rev and Mrs. C. J. Hammitt. to the State Farm Wednesday and

I daughter, Doris, fre-m death by the skull, which parties who viewed t Fred Connors, of Jacksonville. was viewed the different products.C. I

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs drowning Sunday afternoon at Puss- \ the body thought\ were tho result of ft Sunday! guest of his family. Mrs.! A. Guess! and J. L. BritrK. of

IJD.----.n.., / I aGrillcwhile. they were in for a swim blown on the head, but after the body Connors accompanied him on his return Jacksonville, were business visitors

-5---1 I If I Both are good swimmers but weru was taken from the water and an examination and will! spend a week with relatives here Wednesday.

Live State News I carried out by the undertow and were I made by the undertakers, I in Jacksonville W. M. Wimberly pent Wednesday I l

buttered by high waves. Both were. it was thought that the wounds were Henry Burncy returned home last with friend. at Law toy. i

a.M tl/R .Mq Y.Y W MUONq.Itl.uYtlq-.yYpyy? exhausted when they were finally from a gun shot and that the victim 'I Thursday from Sanford where he had The following attended the ball >

fold by OUT Exchanges dragged to the beach had probably! taken the barrel! of the spent two weeks. game at Stnrko Thursday Mrs. Wim-

: i gun in his mouth and fired the action I T. J. Terry was transacting business berly Miss Winifred Wimberly, Geo.

S alumni"__'""- nn.n._ ......mmmm, .. mm.n, ..........._._.m.n.._.n ._.._...._....____ Homer Rauls, 16, of Columbus, Ga., I of decay and the destruction by fish in Suwanneo and Aluchua counties Parker Harry Wlinberly J. I. Marr

Ilowing an altercation with hi1 From Ocala it is reported that surrendered to the police here Saturday and cjabs making it difficult to tell tho last week. and Max: Wimberly. ',1..

which resulted in his being left paving program for the summer.uu..1 afternoon and confessed that ho exact cause and nature of the wound. A. I U. Bowden, of JII kIlO'l'jJI.VIIR Miss Kosie Wilkinson returned on I

,', Nelson Hann, oK Tampa, set eludes bringing forty-six blocks up to shot and killed\ George! C. Smith a cityfireman u visitor hero Sunday Wednenday from a visit. with her sii- .
the I The boy told No bold robber can carry on his ne- Jeff Griffith of Highland was n tern, J.lra. John Savage and Mrs T. E.Knifibretsen { ,
'o> the house and shot himself dy- best modern standards. Asphalt Tuesday night. I
1r the that Smith attemptingto I furious trade in the broad open day- visitor to Wednesday.Mr. ) ut Stuart. Miss Bessie.
nstantly. blocks will be used in a large part ot police was Lawtey J
the work and tarvia on other streets rob him.' Ho said that he killed I light in Jacksonville's down town section and Mrs. L. Al Mary! and children Nichols of Jacksonville, accompanied

who fev The paving is being done by the city Smith accidentally in a scuffle for thelatter'n : and get away with it. This was and Albert Jennings motored to her home for a visit. ,. ; .
Tampa woman sport a amply demonstrated recently When u Mrs. Betty Marr und, ..llIlIl.'ht'r.IiKs: : Ii
St. Petersburg returns will itself under the direction of the city' gun. Smith's body was found i Sanderson! Sunday.Dorse '
+in Wednesday morning with a bullet hole negro walked into ono of the department and lluford Higginbothani: A.r.1itIae.! of Live Oak nrrlvo.l on
tatement, "They've either Rot the manager. his trade with J. T. Marr and! ,
stores and plied under Sunday for a visit
through the head lying in a clump of of M.ixjille\ were visitors !here Thursday '
tho weakest '
or worn-
'utest liquor watchful of the man who
the eyes family
Buildings started in West Pain' weed near the Jacksonville Terminalcompany's '.
u ever saw, in that town. beckons tho weekend l in
among other things/ customers for \V. I'. shirr spent
W. M. Reddish left Thursday
bench during May will cost the ,
tre-I station "t
The thor
I to "step right way. tho Tampa
mendous Miami, where ho will over
Cloud Tribune has enterei' sum of $803,000, and tht! the Crown returned Sun-
St. walker yelled anti instantly cry therein Miss !Maggie
construction work started the week The city council of Plant City has situation with u vit.of moving
'el! suit against the Klssimmi'i I "catch thief" was taken opus the negro I day from a visit with her sister, Mrs. ;
following the end of :May had estimated : authorized the mayor and city clerkto the near future
\ Gazette for $25,000. It is not I an dashed from the store. \l1I.lr"II"I\ W. J. Hnrdoo[ nt Brooker.Services .
cost of $!)'J,000.! It is claimed enter. into a contract with the GeorgeIlnrkvr, of Highland, wax I
d! just what article appeared In I of pedestrians forgot the bent and were held at the Baptistrhurrh
I that this record of Anieiii'iin LaFrance Fire: Engine Co., in Lawtey Thursday
i ;.azctte to which the Tribune i is: nearly one million ,inin.tIn'th.'chltRe.\ ]It t'ontilllU'llnwl.-1' I' Saturday and Sunday by )Kev.
dollars of work in u period of live" for a type 7.r, six cylinder, 10.: horsepower :fir Wimberly and l family attendedthe ?
+I ,' exception. lily with numbers until u James Conway and Rev T J. Knight, :
i {
I weeks has probably never been equal. lire engine! at a price of $12- tnunstEmcd II bull game hero Thursday. ', I
a big; man, to dealing with of Green Cove Sprinjt !
led in any city of similar population, 7fiO. The engine has H capacity of R. B. MoHoloy and! W. H. Hurt left ;; v
crises ran his automobile in front of I lIf,'. and Mrs. Walter Butler of
eked, down bY a bicyclialonday
negro 7DO gallons per minute und will play Monday for Gainesville, where they '
and l hendi-d him olf. The JiicUmmvillo motored out and spoilt ,
the fugitive ,
night Alon/o It. !
three strl'am1of water fire at several d1l's.Irs. 1
I upon n will spend(
,Jacksonville died in the hospi Gus Jordan+ former life guard at u'o y'd came on and little time was lost I ; Sunday with her pnrvnts Mr, nnd !Mrs It J JIt.
I Coney Island saved three from the, same time. It has a chemical extinguisher !\ L. A. :Marr and<1 son, Lorenzo,
lit following day. Rhoden BUS. men I in stripping the negro! of his loot lie, D. 1 PresciiU.Mian .
of forty gallons capacity motored to Starke Tuesday.,
drowning at Palm Beach when he
,d I fractured skull at the base cruin. fire had\ stolen n tooth brush. :\ Irene Wilkinson, Barney Lang I
u which is sufficient to xtlngouiRh n 1 Mrs. V. U. Reddish and childrenwere
plunged into the ocean fully clothed, I and I'lulih, Willunxnn left Saturday, : !!
collar bone t
Ills right was
; reached in Its early stage. visitors to Stnrke Saturday
upon hearing their cries, and kept the isDlr
LAW1EY for Otter Cu-ek for u short visit. with
,token I
John Mann, of Highland! was a visitor -
trio afloat until others came to his aid I
I nnd !Mrs.' Bailey Lang.:
Despite heroic efforts of a girl: comjwnlon hero Sunday
,ink O'ConncIl president of thi The about three one men hundred went out yard to a off sand shore bar I to save h'r. Dorothy McClatch- Luwtey, June 2J.--Rt.\: J. H. Montypresiding I I Mrs. A. W. Sweat of Jacksonville, I Mr. and Mrs. I V. D. 1,11111 and, son, '

chamber of commerce, was school! bitten elder of Jacknonvillu district this Miss. Casslo Padgett, U. 11. Hudson iV I 4
"i ey, St Petersburg IIR visiting relatives near Lawtey '
and upon starting/ back the outgoing I hero I I Mr! and I !\I I'll. I.. W. Wilkinson. MU!
.d l wheel he accidentally stepped in tho filled his quarterly appointment '
i barncoud.t, while swimming
tide by a : < week. i v''
too for them and
i boat into New Kivvr. lie win! I theyVere proved carriedtut strong to sea. ship channel there, died while'on her II Saturday Conference, was held' in I the i I' The revival meetings which have Kate. Wilkinson and I.on Moseley were i

I IllY a strong current' against I way to n hoslitliJ.Iary lluhner her morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs ', 'been !going! on nt the Baptist churchfor I visitors to Lawti'v S.iturdiy.!

he was helpless. companion, swam with the girl, until I W. 'Godwin' < anti in the evening ho I the past: 1 three weeks, closed, Sunday Gilbert 11. U.irker, of Jacksonville, < j i
Sale of misccUlaneoUK revolvers and
'help arrived from a boat attracted by preached to n largo): congregation! at : evening. spent Sunday and 1\llInllly: tho guest ;7of
pistols by the Jacksonville police department I I1.Vinberly' and family.Mrs. l' .
work of moving the largest wa her cries. The fish strut'lls1! : \ :McClatchey ; the Baptist church. 1 The ball game I'ulll".tfT Thursday
to'pawnshops has netted the \ H. Hindi and. little daughter J..1.. Starling left ;Monday! tote 1 1a
and the I Mrs. II. #
the .
,ton' crop ever produced irics i twice, on thigh: I afternoon hero between the Green I vsl
police pension fund iWOXO) accordingto visit with relatives nt Starke..
county will begin this week I I calf of her leg, biting to the bone Loss of Oldsmnr, are upending+ a few Cove Springs and 1 Luwtpy club proved
Chief of Police Roberts, reportingto I 1\ll's.\ Louie Curler, I'ast', and! JelTOiiHla
movement will cimttnue'for' men I of 1,1lhlllllll, shock caused death, it ii days with friends! in Lawtojv I I to be u good game The. hone,

'10 days during which period it' the city commission. said I Miss\ Eunice Dinkins, of Jacksonville I team mlll", 'fIve( run and the. visitors were visitors to Stark Satur : I e

C I is spending, : a few days in Lnw- three dining the first two innings, nf- day.
that than 00 :
tpitcted more > can I
Former submarine chased 20.5: : own f Mrs. II. C. Wimherly and !Miss F.th'J
'melons will be shipped to I the %'ari- I Charlie Pi pier, 13: son of C. II. Pip- tey ut the homo( otl her parents Mr. ter which both teams" settled down. I
N. Y. .
ed by 1:. T. Sulzer of Brooklyn ,, el plebs wcie. shopping) in Jacksonville -
markets of the country. and lor, train dispatcher of the Tampa dis- and Mrs Charles Dinkins. I I During the !balance of the! game: only

was burned to the watc-r'a edge ''triot or the A. C. L., is a candidate fur Dr. K.: I,. Iliggs of Slarke, was n ono run wns made, the( flnul score l"o- Tuoidiiy.' (", aI
sank off Sand Key. Mrs.: Sulzer, who, _
,\ii,. movement of watermelons from with !her husband and a party of :Ja Carnegie hero medal. Mrs. Ulric I professional visitor" to 1lIwteyIon! lag (0 to 3 in finer of Lawtey. Tha I
is about twenty-fix I llugt'iiin' and 12 year old! niece were I pitchers for both teams did,' Ono work
vannoe friends aboard slightly day.Miss
a day nt present with indications I burned were wax bathing! in Lake Morton Saturday, \ Gladys CIIoI\ton, of Jacksonville A number of rooters, from, Green; Cove \\1 I s
an incrciibld movement for the I I when the little girl! was suddenly geijsi visited relatives! in Lawtey last accompanied, \ tho club. 1886

three weeks. Prices are ranginkn !; I The C. II. & N.-railroad at Arcadiii i ed with cramps arid grasped her aunt Week. I Corn .shipments by carload lots aredtill f ,

1 $17.: to $-100 u car, the last nami has received instructions from the in such a way that she was unable to I Miss Nolle Roberts visited relatives moving. last week three ours of I \ t0

i. nee,. being paid for a car of ex- federal to entrain sixty- ''free herself. They wey going: down' in Staike Wednesday.Miss I 401)( ) crates were sent out daily. With

melons government: for the third time when Mrs. Hugcnin t,I : Floirlo. Terry, of Jacksonville I the exception, of a few consignments, DAVISINSURANCE
> ne live officers and 310 unlisted men from I
felt a small arm across her chest and is spending a few day In Lawley at prices have been very good\ \
June 30th. The
work Cnvlstrom Field on 1! n'nlizf'they\ were being towed to the the home of her parents, Mr. and 4
heat while at
none from men will be transferred to a camp in ,
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1 shore. T. J. Terry. IIIGIILANIIllighlnnd ) ; :
tncsduy morning upon n scaffold the Arcadia field will be I
Texas, anti 1.
filled his
Rev I. !M. Holt (
II ,in, the machine shop at the Jam abandoned. ,I -- :
C. T. Single- I Miss Henrietta Fairweather, 10earold ment nt tho Mncclenny Methodist June 2:1.: :Mrs. J. W.,,.j "
i T':I let' tl'ic Co.'s barn, I i
daughter of Mrs J. II. Fair- church' Saturday.Mr. 1IIKRt'Kl
: Mrs If. Wimberly
GrifTls ,
!fainted and fell striking the ceii1 } I r1
E. C.
floor beneath lIe sustained heat Sleep walking by Judge : Weather I of New Smyrna, was drowned and Mrs. "'. l K.: Torodo w'reI MyrtleGridls, Ella': and VlrirloBeth Gl'im,,: STARKErfUi !
Fort Lauderdale early on Tuesdaymorning
nt the surf ut Coro- visitors, Stroke Wednesday. I III'
,1 which resulted in his J I while swlmuiing in to ; Wimberly Winifred, Wim'-erlv" ,, '
body resulted in his fall down n,{
1 undo Heath with a party of friends., !\ nnd Mrs Dud Prescott and son, Ethel Ricks and Jeff Griffin. mIrrn,1I !
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I'Mtu'rifT fall resulted
\ long flight of stairs. The j Her! body( I was recovered. Her swimming Lonnle, of Highland to the judge, the I' JW.W'DfOIiII'"ql\lhlljCj"' 'wewluur-r/r AaOf a;

Bowdon of Manatee county dowr i great in severe toe of injuries his left foot beinJ.torn: companions for her death.were Sho unable had ventured to account -. Lnwtey; .1.!Fridiiv.Mrs P., Wyrlek. An.IHUII. damliter I rJ:" c.. a t1 ::Hnu: : c tnJtiJ :: : & CASKETS I ''I

in: able assistant in running wrist badly UDD
ushiners in the person 'oi his" I 19'I) rind badly bruised numerous, hisleft abrasions I out far in tho water and they did left Saturday for their hum". >n 0 EIcstEon And n Full Line of K

The two lay In the sprained and i not know of her plight until they came Alexandria. Vn., lifter npendini' >t'- L/l Ijrt ,'" ,r. Supplies 1i
u daughter. resulted on the right side of his face from the surf. Her mother recently oral weeks\ in Lawtev III t I the hu,"" nf I d- i ,.. ,
od.* to catch Jonah I'arrish amiwford n g.[:: g I 1 1
.!, Lumly. While the sheril! and head. I returned i.> Indianapolis and the girl her, parent, Mr., and Mi's.'r..1." 'IVrrv" AU'IOMOIIILIS: HEARSE t

Tis .the gir had been visiting her sister l at New MIS. Terry accompanied them 'iiiil g EJE3 .\1".'" un linnit. The best Her- t
red them with : pistol, Corporation otherwise
; The Luce Cane Harvester lu"t' hinny pontoon
Smyrna. will upend l several weeks ils ihi 1" 5(5. iii Ih. luwKt. prices( Hp.
'Hjecl the handcuffs: on them.'aking their harvesting Vigorous and bmltlijr, are E3
of can
is erecting one of Mr. and Mrs. Wyrlek ill Alexanilrln. ol kitrnhiin to telegraph! or-

machines near the sugar mill Tuesday Courtly Judge Dayton was < I |3 bothered ocru.Innslly with C| .... IL./C..tt'ro'd/ Embalmer.DeWTIT : .

: one hundred and twenty-fiv I, east of Moore Ilnvt n. The big ma called to vtew the body of A. Lloyd, Mrs. L. A. Marr and ehiMren, and Q Indlgontlon. The olds of honey from' hives at th lined in Cuba dlHordRrvd stomach. on the i i Ij IjSTARK.K.
those I .
chine, similar to I who lived alone on his place northeast Minn Kldrlcli'e (eddish were vi ilms m* j C. JONES !
'lontverdo industrial school opiarioi I ..sixteen tons. It J system arts ilangorous\ and "J :
and Louisiana ,
| of Lake Jovita in Pasco county to Sanderson Friday. I ICI a FLA {
the to.
ently Is said to have made traction covering prompt trrnlmfnt of InillgBS- fIecnit.r
1 will move by caterpillar The body was found sitting in a chair i| n. It !Moseley and W. 11. Pint t were
,I for the year nearly half a ton,' of cline six feet apart., ton Is linpoitant.. "The only n ) : U""0' H" u( "r ,; maaeSNrdaltgelaX7Q> >@1 .Y
demand I two rows I and! from its condition had been dead visitors to Kingsley Friday. IICI mctlldnll I have nnrilacl has M

1I'ltb< honey is always in ,'I It will cut, strip and top the wine. a. I for several days. it two quart jar Miss, Mattie honey, of Jai'kminvilleIs been something/ to aid, dlKns- *J

"I) while the honey has been used al it goes forward delivering it on atrailer partly full of what appeared to bo orange I I spending!; a few days in Lawtev, al I El tlon anil elian, the liver." S3r ASPIRINName
he school, it shows that Florida l Is the mill.J. wrltnH arr. I"ed, A liby, a
Tor pj
ready wine was setting beside the the homo of her parents, Mr mud, Mrs, .
1 .
the place for bees and honey making, I I I J. ; McKlnm-v.:' 1' > armor. JJ
chair nnd as evidence was adduced, I[ A. II. Harley. PI "My muUlrlnn leo U

: --; made for I D. Myers a Miami\ realty manw I by neighbors! that Mr. Lloyd had, been i Miss: :Sid. Richardson-+ .isumleisiHi.spent i ... "Bayer" on Genuine ...

Preparations arc being: ho served as ensign aboard an American I drinking heavily when last seen, andit the week-end in Lawtey at the ird's'
of the crowd ever seen alpicnic I Iit the Worldwar Thedf a ,
biggest ,
me vessel during
1 is presumed that death was caused, home of her sister, Mrs. I.
In this state at Bushnell or and who was arrested several ,; 'Marr'l //-r-'N\ j.
I. I by acute alcoholism. Mrs.! F.. K.: Uurnoy and
July'4. It is estimated that there will weeks ago after an official of the bankin spending" a few dnys in Jai, ,,,,"\ '
he at least 5,000 present at this piCnic Salt Luke City had, identified him I!I Sheriff' I W. C. Spencer and several! evil) ( h her parents, Klder: and Mr: II) BLAGKOAU8HTouaaaou{ [ : ia
of the 'j
to witness the unveiling 'Joseph wanted in connection -
as :Milton D. of his deputies were summoned before ''V. Skipper. i; 4

monument' being erected in memory with the alleged theft of $.; I.- the grand jury at Tampa last 'l'ruhyYllinwrhht and children werevisif for Indlrrstlort sad stomach n [ ; : ,

.t ">f Major Dado arid his band of brave 000 from the bank in lilli 1, has admitted week presumably for questioning in <>ra to Sturke Tuesday. trouLle Ir a''" n1. I hay.a a

soldiers who were massacred by the that he i Is Joseph, according/ to ad- regard to charges that the sheriff is J. W. Andrews., Sr. and son.. of never 'found ythlnlC like lIIack-that I
touches the
I a m rI
28 1B31: ,, u
; Seminole Indians peccmber Lake City.
vices from Salt not enforcing the laws against gamblers Ktarkiwere transacting business! hero Draught II I It In broken 'fSVanugt

.f' 1 and keepers of disorderly! resorts first of the week a do.olJ after m For a lone EIa I

I CALOMEL GOOD HUTAWUFLLY During the past few weeks the packing I in West Tampa and Plant City. Charges Hubert Moore returned home la tw.k time I trl..1 I which grip aa i .
TREACHEROUS truckers ed end dldlO'l lYe the Rood L'nltsn, siri the runts t
y house of the :Lako City where a your
that effect bucked by affidavits from Green Cove Springs
to ,
of much I result.. I"" Draught user "1I.ty". '" on JI"'kK't, ) or on tutiU-tM. ytsa
Shock Liver association has been the scene were made ,>to Governor Hardee recently he spent three weeks.George a medicine III' to take easy a .ore not getting. gimunn A"plrin Pre-
Next Dose May Salivate activity. Colurtibia county has ship- 1 a committee of twenty-one Anderson and family of to keep In.. sl..." a ,,'ri ...] l>y pbyslelarie. for IwvntyHm*

Wt Or Attack Bones cantaloupes, cucumbers tomatoes here last week Mr. a from vpurand. proved wife by 011111"..". Take I'F
ped more citizens of that city. 'The sheriff went Starko, moved I Opt a 11111' e your
other truck than a aInalst \l"irin > tut told In the liitypr po<*- .
beans and later in to Anderson is having a garage: erected drlllCl'lst today .Aak for and Mat
to ,
Is. It Is person ,W' for ., lUmiliwhn., X ur&l| You know what calomel ever before in the history of the coun- make denial and the governor did not on Lake avenue, just west of the S. A, )I a upon 'rr.edtorc1'Lbe a j:ijiutinrintlom Kanwlm. Tonthulio, Lumia ?

mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan ty. Despite the extended drought suspend him.A L. depot which will be ready for business a oal.1 genuine. a ". |(" ant' fur loam! handy tin knelt otwilvo 4N +

v'! gerous. It crashes into sour bile like followed by excessive rainfall the in a few days. a Oet It toda,. aaa IlAynr" TaJ<4..t..<>f Anpirip; \ coM low! +
and sickening 1'irtn. I>ni litii" also. wll larger p''IC' '' -
not ( -
dynamite cramping and farmers about :Lake City are com- raiding party headed by a United Julia Sapp of Starke, spent several t B..aa .". a A..p4nn In this. trails mark 'of j

you. Calomel attacks the bones plaining of the yield this year. StAtes Deputy Marshal captured and days. with friends here last. week I BDDD lUyor rvnfitnturn. of M
k should never be put Into your sys confiscated a big illicit distillery near W. II. Hurt was transacting busl- < wf 1lodkyliuackl. ,

.N tern G. Z. Philips, assistant passenger Yelvington station Tuesday morning. nes sin Hampton Wednesday.Mrs. ,

f If you feel! bilious, headachy constipated traffic manager of the Seaboard, an- Th e outstanding! feature of the raid Charles Dinkins and children

tr! and all knocked'out., Just gore nounces that arrangements are being was the condition of the mash from motored to Starke :Monday. Reduction In Prices You will make u mistake

to your druggist and get a bottle of made to extend trains 120 and, 121 which the whiskey was distilled. Sev- Arthur and Jack Wilkerson of Mnx- Bin 1f you order your fertilizer

Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents through to Cedar Key, first date July eral leading Hastings citizens went ville, were visitors to Lawtey Satur without getting our new price lists just il'l
,t, which is a harmless vegetable substitute 9th, Sundays only to take care of the with tho raiding officer and gave the day. of Materials) prompt shipment. Order now. FertlH/ers. Insecticides 1-

'.I for dangerous calomel. Take a Sunday business going to Cedar. Key.It mash a close examination. It was Albert Jennings returned hore on Sprayers, I'oultry Supplies. t R;

; spoonful and If It doesn't straighten h. expected to put on a low Sun- literally working alive with maggots: Saturday from Sanderson, where' he E. O. PAINTER FEUTILIZEU CO. a

you up better and quicker than nasty day rate. This schedule will make and there was enough filth about the hud pent several weeks JACKSONVILLE FLOUIDA

t calomel doesn't start your liver Cedur Key a popular summer resort and Mrs. E,,-
; If it place to kill a mule according to the Misses Merriam Sapp reduced price "jit before buying.
Get NEW March, 1922
without making you sick, you just go and the public will welcome the op- party. This still can be taken as a telle Cason were visitors to Starke --

back and get your money. I' portunity to enjoy the gulf breezes.A fair example of the kind that are furnishing Wednesday. I

Don'e'"take calomel! It makes you millions of gallons of so-called Andrew Lowery. of Jacksonville, I't.

sick the next day) It loses you a day's human chain formed by batherson whiskey to thirsty people in the United was a visitor to :Lawtey Thursday.Will GENERAL INSURANCE G 1,

work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens the beach and reaching into deep States. Epperson of Starke, was a

you right up and you feel great. visitor to Lnwtey Thursday evening WALL
No salts necessary. Give it to the Habitual Constipation. Cured The body of Tiryothy Ward 07, was Mrs.' W. E. Toroda was transacting HAROLD
In 14 to 31 Days
children because it is perfectly harmless found in the edge of Mutton lake near business In Jacksonville Tuesday.
LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"! Is a specially-
v and cannot salivate.-Adv-65 prepared SyrupTonic-Laxa'Jve for Habitua', the Ilillsboro light house late Tuesday Mis Annie Wiggins and brother STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE.

Constipation. It relieves promptly but afternoon by fishermen. The body Frank of Jacksonville spent tho week AUTOMOBILEwh2

To Cold in One Day should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto had been In the water"for some time end with relatives in :Lawtey. LIFE BONDS
Cure a and
Tau LAXATIVE BRpMOOHI.SIVBtT.htot.) -. induce regular action.Pleasant to TUJ- 80t; and was beginning to decay when it Robert (Hammitt of Tampa H i
_M th. r uiih Mil Hf.; boa.tec irOoW. ;? Regulates Very was found. There wan a bad wound on pending a few days with his parents
B. w.t.aovES"SWuatureaneach per bottle

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t. i Bradford County; Telegraph !,!mom flKia mmmmmmmmmWllUlroJ'.Jt'l"f--r----i( 1! ers that it'o (J thing and is careful not to violate its agreements I SCHOOL liOARI MINI: I II II

I1.I that the mutual confidence that now
in particular so
any I lonrd; mot in regular/ so
;'1'i'I 1'1' :: \ + ,.. Published' weekly and entered as j The Starke Growers' Association -xists between the parties of the first and second part may con-ev Jull' )) members present, vi/: : I L
stamped on
fl the i inue. The association has a trade mark] which is | liter, E. T Campbell and A
\ 'J second class matter, at pos.toffice I. I
( t at Slarke, Florida. .ia fry: package it sends out, and it is intended that this trade mark :Minutes of lust, jncetin'

':, =0I )I, Its Work And Its Aims : shall mean perfection. [i approved.Election. returns of Pi-

1l I iri -1. S. MATTHEWS. Editor; and Owner :,Lu'''i The officers!! of he 1 Starke Growers' Association are: PresidentIt. I, Bridge, was canvassed! ,. '

Kit : )IOOJEI n, ', D. Bower ; L. C. Prescott vice president ; secretary and treasurer I that M. M. Moody, II. F 1 I., .
ri MATTHEWS FOIL Sl'E\KEIl I WfllC1CmIOORmllClIDmommmummrm! !:!! G C. Cady I
I ;: G. C. Pady. Directors: R. D. Bower, L. C. Prescott! J. E. Adkins had, been il I,
The Starke Growers' Association is a live wire for promoting A. Stern. Mr. Cady i mills
: A. Bronke, J. L. Underhill, Clifford IIydorn, heck, and three voted
The nominati'mi for the 1 legislature '
progresR!> co-operation and good) feeling among the farmed andIruckers men serfor nothing, except '- Election returns/ from I i
are mudu nnd now aspirants[ for the Iis, also! the general manager."These
t '' of this section and its power for good will be vastly in- I' at times when constant duty makes it necessary; that theyshould I Pine Hill, were cunwisMi! ,
creased hereafter. ,I showed that A. L. GreenV) .
Reprosentativ Until ]lately it has been largely I :
experimental ; ,
!: be paid for time lost.
!, I ; j ?'., :om. Up to date six Kood men and but its good work this season is bound 1 to add to its membership]'I I From the above it may be seen that it is a good thing to be a I Ist..r elected and trustees A. IX'and Surrell"I three :,m i

f 'I t true have volunteered themselves.to tuke this This responsibility -I and 1 to the oonfidence of its members and thus to. its potency for :1 member of the association, for in union there is strength, and co- i I Election returns from I'l
upon good.(
I I is for the profit and "Lawtey, were ranassed! '.u
Y papur hall no fault, to find with any iperation both in buying and selling! necessary
'I The nucleus of the t were earnest and It costs only] $1 to join I suit showed that A. II. I lit
1 of the (gentlemen who entertain hopes membership intelligent I welfare of the farmer. The dues are light.

i + 4 t of presiding over the next House[ but progressive! men, who saw that the haphazard way of conducting I /and $1 quarterly is assessed to defray necessary expenses.' If you Howe trustees and, J.nnd L. Ilnrrell three mill-hud I Icd

I X 'I since only one can be chosen we think the growing( and shipping of produce then (and even now) in vogue I are an honest !square! dealing man reasonable] enough to stand by I The petition for Pine Fur
I \ the one best calculated to expedite[ would] I load l
nowhere. Co-operation and !standardization! need will be glad to enroll as a member ,
'w the business of the house should best were an agreement the association' you to be held! in church at Ni i
it I1 : >lected. When this in dune we think ed. So, having confidence in each other they formed the Starke We believe that this organization will do away with the shiftless 1',1., on the ground, of ohjerti"i o

+ I r, the choice will fall easily to EugeneS. /: rowers': Association. Finding that none of the original members trucking system in vogue when each farmer works according i,|holding, of school in a chur+,'h

..' Matthews, of the fine old county of dropped out, but that instead, new ones joined, it was decided to I to his own lights and from lack of friend to stand by him is 'I I There being no further 1 hll'

I Bradford. He was speaker of the I incorporate the association!! and it now has a charter from the 'kinnett "coming and going." Co-operation is his only !
i House during the session of 1907, and state. This: gives it a rating that it would not otherwise have. The I in July.

'nernbership is i now nearly sixty. It could; have been larger if the I I L. W. KICKLIIIt. '
FOUR: EGO HUNTERS: ROUTE!) get away. By this time the turtle, B. WIGGINS, '
most orderly and diligent; sessions in association had made great efforts to increase it ; but it has been 1 AT :NEST UY HUGE TL'lrfU: with her jaws snapping and neck ex- Secretary!

the whole history of the Florida lwifclature. very slow-going in this respect, preferring that membership be ended! over trench, made a final effort -
,I j I
-ought without pressure after the farmers had satisfied themlves This is a story of a battle against a to grab him, who got away, how- FINE Pf ()I'EHS

''; The coming session will have to that it was a good tl1ins.OnlY.o1uch: men are desired as intend to big "trunk-back" sea turtle weighingat .
+ j r grapple with more UK (questions! por- be active members and stand by the association. least 1,200"pounds, in which four ever.The four men closed in about the I
O.! C. Cady, who lives ea-i+ I
haps, than any of its predecessors, West! Palm Heath! men hud one of the turtle in the effort to flop her over, but :
and in addition I< tho House will be larger The association: having passed the experimental stage, if was Inmost I exciting\ experiences_ of their claws' on the Middleburg road, hn'
the used her
I and, more unwieldy than ever he- plain! that to get the full benefit from organized! work, would be for 1 lives on the beach a short distance sea monster simply' some extra fine peppers of ,t''
or flappers and "dusted" sand with
fore, the membership now numberin south of inlet. Leaving that King: variety. Sonic hum)" ,
11 t;c the members to all plant certain crops that would bo considered Jupiter such rapidity that it resembled a '- ,
This makes it I the Telegraph replrtl'l'1": n" '
I eighty-five. Imperative two
city about midnight, a night or
+ temunerutive, plant at the same time, so' that all the produce wouldbe I age./ The sand, thrown fully twenty tallied large Ihir
that B man capable of dispatching |ago, a party of turtle egg hunters. sallied !- peppers .1'10
f business should) bo ('))1O en.> and if the ready at 'the same time and thus attract those who bought on a | forth with their electric flashlights feet,' struck the men in their faces were required to fill up) l a.i i

r members-elect will inquire/ of any/ '.irge si-ale. This is very important to truckers, for those who are and sacks to search the beach with such force as to sting and burn. this! product is highly c.tom\

member who served with Mr. Matthews not under similar agreement will plant] just when it suits them, I:lielow Jupiter. The aquarium has: a standing offer of market is shown< by a lettc

'' they will learn that be knows md huge buyers will pass their sections by as they cannot from !i The men reached their destination $20 to anyone flopping over a trunk by Mr. Cady from a well kn

t r how to keep things moving throug he uneven maturing of the j about 1 o'c6ck! in the morning and it turtle on its back and notifying the mission house in one of ">iu'
crops: get enough at a time to satisfy
cities. The card dated .I I hand
the legislative hopper.Mllcc1..nnyStandllr.l. dark The old fallacyabout was
I I was as us pitch. fiquarium, so that the turtle may be
i heir demand. Last Irish beans '
season potatoes sweet
I corn ,I giant turtles laying their eggs! brought 'in alive for exhibition purposes says:
was- decided on, and the result was so encouraging that the association .jl h y the light of the full!, moon ,durinir i iI. but these men made up their. ; "On #J line 15th \ve ret,

'HIE ftOSI'KI.; AND I 'JIIK: STARS was: ready. for more enterprise this season. I Ole{ months of May and June, was shotto minds, that they would not undertakeany hampers of peppers! from \ ,
I .l L. C. Prescott one of the original members, had occasion; toUit pieces on this trip, for the, hunters flopping for $U0 n flop. The tur-1 I were sold today at $1 I I""
Sunday! night Dr. Mullen, pastor uf Dade found fresh evidences of various sea tie followed)) them down the beach Quality very fine. Anxlou: t I"<.
: county during the early spring of 1921. While there ho |
F the First( flautist: ) church, held, no- | turtles visiting' ; the beach and laying( !i iI further .shipments."
t tI
along the high tide line and finally))
became much interested in the tomato business which is conducted ,
cording\ to promise made in last their eggs: under. cover of dniknoss. : Peppers are being grown t
(I went into the
:', week's Telegraph, his service in the I there fin a large scale, and on his return he proposed that the I Far above the average high watermark water, only to reappear extent in this section this yea,
again close to shore.
open air outside his c-hurch. This sen 'is.sociation should enter tomato growing heavily for the 1922! sea- I visited by the sea turtles that Mr. Cady successfully started th

,r, niblo l Innovulion I / was made' \ I in order t I son.; The members thought the thing over. It was then the belief I invade these shores! during their nesting ; The hunters r'moverl112 large eggs rolling last year. They groi
add, to the comfort of his nudienr, ., season, the hunters found a "trunkhntk" I II from the nest made by the turtle and easily! all summer.* What u
that only certain spots of land 1 here would] produce tomatoes' and
twelve small)) eggs./: The found other
the weather turtle laying her The'
during sweltering
I we are ., eggs. shipped[ this year, must be by '
having, find to increase the number that others would not. Hut experiments find inquiry convinced Hash of electric pocket I lights did not !i nests during the next three or four sive express. Tho outlook is tin

":" of his hearers. To Kit decorously in/ 1'hem that t If rough proper modes of culture, tomatoes could bejrrown :: seem to disturb the big turtle in the I hours and returned with a total of'' year they will be produced in

t stiff and, starched garments, with per anywhere in this section. The idea was considered a good'i least and in fast as she laid her eggs -159! turtle eggs. The big trunk back dent quantities to make car loin

I t lJ. npiralion exuding! from every pore, in ,mo. But as the association would not risk a failure several ob- '' she packed them and covered them i i was ,described as! larger than the average ments possible. i
'., the done air of the church, is uneomforlablo with her great flappers.[ A trunk tur- diningtnble, and as high from
,"erving and intelligent members! were sent' to Homestead in the
i and, no doubt, keeps many; tle lays her eggs/ in n trench fully the ground: to the base or top of its I 1)) L. Riuby: spent Sunday II'''
:,: away. Especially is it hard on mothers ,'arlypring:; of this year while the tomato season was in full swing three and a half or four feet in depth': shell as five feet sonxdle, and Pablo Beah.

_ to dress up their small children there, to study and) take notes, both as to how the fruit was picked and, the eggs are HS large as a billiard -

tk for ('hurl'hInri keep thom quiet( and ), packed and shipped, and how the preparation of the land, mal<- ball.North)). '
r :T decorous while there Hut the outdoor" 'ng seed beds' planting, fertilizing and cultivatidn was done. They and south of the middle 'nest (lS m1tJM.OIDD: (JH:Qmam101ftffi'Wmw.t! : 1:ll"ftI1ir.mrt:1-r.JMrnmmmmrnmr: ::>
service made all feel comfortable and the big turtle made two fake ne,.ts.
,returned full of information and confidence that they could make
under, less restraint, and the audienn. As soon as the big turtle finished laying E
was much larger than would l have tomato growing n success. Each member forthwjth went to workto : her eggs, which consumed fullyan

greeted, the good( pastor hail, the service grow iw\ large a crop as he could and many others not membersdid hour, she crawled along toward, the WANTEDx

been held! indoors. likewise. The result!! is a veritable phenomenon for this con ocean and the four men started digging l : ''' I

? r This way of gathering to hear the "l'.vati..cl'ction:; where growers have been noted fortheir timidity : down into the sand., They had! !. 1//
s Gospel carried the hearers back to the gone down three and a half feet andwere "
Recruits for Co. "G
rind, unwillingness! to leave the old ruts."" While last season next to. 154th. Infantry, Florida .,
4 + time when Jesus and the evangelistswere removing the eggs: into i. sack,
on earth. With the fi'nulml'ntIlnd no tomatoes' at all were produced now they are being shipped by I when suddenly),) the turtle returned to ':' National Guard. I

t y its iniiumerablo stars for a canopy the carload and the season will yet last four or five weeks longer. drive oT( the intruders. :

it Is so easy to understand od'H! The produce was now a fact. Next in order was to market it One of the men was down in the I Sixty drills a year. Fifteen days encampment -
hj ;t greatness and love. ,ditch to his waist, digging out the i
; profitably. The association desired a sales agency that would han- f< 0 in August.
r t Pr. Itullen intends to hold outdoor eggs: with his hands! when the others :,
j c'le' the entire output, who acted squarely and remitted promptly.
y service every Sunday/ night when the gave a warning cry that the big turtle ,
+J 1' weather allows! it. It is not unlikely Such sales agency is the North American Fruit Exchange, which was. upon them. Regular Army pay for armory drills and encampment.

'? I that u huge: canvas top will he procured I !Ins! in this country sales! agencies\ in 117 cities. This concern agreedto They Unshed their lights and the illumination I
,h I, which would make it practical to take all the association had to offer when packed according its disclosed! the turtle within | Applicants must be physically fit men, of good moral

I hold l even tho forenoon services out standards. The next was to find building- that could be used:;; fori n few feet of the nest, crawling as! character, between agesof 18 and 45.
dour The acoustic properties of the fast as pohsidle' and snorting with a I
packing house and the old 1 cunning factory north of the depot .
church are not of the best and, persons I sound, verynuah like that of a hull
was rented. Here was plenty of room and packing began. The Apply to
of Imperfect !hearing can grasp ,. alligator hll!"wing. The three men cm :
K tho preacher's words better In the 'rst' }produce to shipped:; was Irish potatoes.! As the association top' the trench ran with warning cries 1n!ii;i Capt. Julian L. Peek
: or ,2nd Lt. Harold C. Wall
1 free air, where the sound waves are lad everything to gain no pn'cautionVa8 neglected in sending but the M-airhev in the hole' found, i1
T? not interrupted, and distorted Pr. difficult, to crawl out of the hole. and ':
f I he to market in first class and grader was '
produce shape potato I 1li cw.rmmml!"" ==(!"ranuTOMiaHot : it
Q< ; ?
Mullen is to bo congratulated ,
\ upon I ought which sorted the tubers uniformly. As result the association -
v' .
{ his new departure, and it will be rewarded .
I by larger and more appreciative received a higher price for its potatoes than the unorganized GifiS'

rt audiences.FINE growers did. GifiS''fff'fl
I } The North American Fruit Exchange has shipping depot at :, WeatherSpecialties '

'. xiS c : WATERMELONMr. : : New River and other places in Bradford and Union counties:'! anti,1 .I { 'f/f!!)

S ,J t KloNlrrman'x Gift IHmornliesTelegraph :in office at Lake Butler as! well as the one in Starke. Nexfyearhe

r Oflire head office for this section will probably be in Starke. The ex- .

tt -- :hango furnishes. crates! baskets and wrappers, and a force of expert t a

i W"llnl'sIIIYIax!\ Klosterman presented wrappers goes from one depot to another per automqbile, and

, M? tho Telegraph force with one -.uickly: pack the tomatoes that have been sorted out. While the Duplex Fireless Stove
?I of the finest\ watermelons/ seen this t ,
s t Telegraph reporter was at the packing house! last Friday afternoon
season, grown I by himself Its weight I
t was 27 pounds, it was of the proper Clifford Tlydorn, a member, and Rod Crosby were busily sorting'

i ripeness/ and of exquisite flavor md $grading tomatoes. The perfect ones were graded accordingto ci: ; ? The Worlds Greatest Fireless

s' t 'n The proof-reader Iw..rloolu'.llIev.rul size, into "fancy" and) choice." The least defect, from a tiny

errors In his eagerness/ to assume! the ,vorm) hole, a bruise, immaturity, under size or other defects, was
role of high: priest in cutting open theml.lon. -L.-J Cooker
fruit ilipof
ti A party troubled th chronicdyspepsia enough to cause rejection. As a grower brings in his a :

t who happened) to he present paper bearing his:'! association number is put on top of each crate

s' t suggested: that the melon bu put After :sorting the slip again put on the crate and, ) through; a aimI -

on exhibition for a couple of days He le but sure system of accounting each grower I te given credit for Efzi

Y was promptly guillotined on the paper the merchantable fruit he furnishes. At the time mentioned there Duplex
cutter. The linotyper. In his eagerness had been I
than produced
were more tomatoes on hand in the house b
s f to get a slice' allowed\ his
metal to b..iI.r, spill on the floor luring the entire !season' of last year. Then the packers arrived -'" IceBox

1 a and, nearly si? tthe building aftre. The and made short work of wrapping the fruit. An empty crate and itaJ i ir

tt f make-up man pied a handful of type six four-quart baskets were handed a packer and in less than five\ -

t; while he ran to !get a share of the minutes the crate was filled with wrapped fruit-21 to each bas
melon. The office devil turned : -r
n' \ over net 1 I it I to n crate G. C. Cailv. the secretary of the association LfJ4
the ink tub when ho frantically grabbed -
,n'' everything ; he keeps the accounts attends to the
1 an axe to cut off a few pounds of kept an eye on

the- delicacy for himself. A longdiea correspondence. etc., in a manner !satisfactory to all.

tanco call from the governor, concerning On account of this careful management the association ha>l. Simmons Wonder Ice

r' .. a weighty matter, went unheeded!, -o far' received satisfactory prices for its tomatoes, which 1 is'1 far
a ti for this was Melon\ Day. have been getting. The asso-'
In excess of what outside shippers
a The Telegraph force warmly thank
'fu ,i :Mr. Klosterman for hU kindness In iation would sell fruit to other buyers! if it received aa'1 much as it Cream Freezers

t remembering them. May\ his melons. dikes) now but it handles] only fruit brought In by its members. J

never grow less! The contract with the Fruit Exchange mentioned has proven 1

1 eminently satisfactory and will probably be perpetuated. The I
Ar Mrs. W. K. Wilder, of Orlando, is furnished the andre ) DcWITT C. JONES
'rate: and accessories and packing are growers
th. guest of her parents, Mr. and :Mrs.S. .. J JI JN. HARDWARE
J. Prescott.I deducted for when the produce (Is sold. The association consid- II I
ty .1.1L1 -

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-,; 1 I Genuine; Palm Beach suits $!>.00.- I Sunday will be observed as "Christian ;| Tho pastor will spook!! on the Parable 'I

1\(; few numbers left, at Griffin ..l.lolHl / Education Day," and the school has the Sower, illustrating the message

,1 Bits .. provided a program for the occasion. with beautiful slides. Songs will be f'f'of ,

of LocalInformation \i jI. : : Parents of the children are invited to from the screen also. The service will ;

W. i L. Douglas shoes: that. sold bo present to encourage those who ha held Indoors, should the weather

11 for 10.00 a year ago are !S.3:;: ; () hero prepared tho projral1fur the I compel it.

now' : get them at Sternlerg'i4. service. It will bo Interesting as wull p-f.f

t 4H .. ..
---- -- -- as profitable.
H. Tomlmson, of Lake Hut I I The out-door service last Sunday '
: :
--. <..
.w Ow r_ I )'i i r, pent Sunday with her iltiUKhtor.Mi evening was all that prayed for. The I

: --. I E. R. Poppell. MrM. Tomlinsunw running was beautiful, the people woreuineroUH
.-- The U. S. civil service commission
home :
-- n acvompaniiul Mondnv hv
--- __ II _/ in their attendance, the
Mr. mid Mrs. E. R. and.( chll- -- nnnmimvs nn open competitive examination -
I'i, Iron nnd Whippmwt'lIH 'I. 11 ,i':' :li'",i Jl: I Ih. r''If Dinging by :Miss l Roberts was inspiring '
"I u Ri-in-, dren, We C, rind Our 0\\ Lenses to bo hold at Lako Butler,
i n
ti'J.flit.Nolle : ;! I 1 the congregational staging
: ''I I. 'I I."o. (.ri 1llI', & .iMllllS.P. July 15, 1022, for postmaster of that t tphu'l'

I Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Smith and O. NODELAYCaincsQiIIe. was splendid. The storepoticon projected The office will bo vacant Sep- )1'
Roberta, of Luwtey the songs upon the screen, and
: waslast
.1. Alderman, who 'is employed 'W. White went to Jacksonville Monday tomter R, 1U22.\ Salary, $1700. Ii
I: week of her sister, Mrs.! by l> i he' f-ciibuurd An. Line Hallway afternoon to attend the quarterly > Florida. so.11 did! they allow up that no matter -- i
where tho crowd sat tho words
:, .
g9. ( o., spent Tuesday with his conference of tho Jacksonville Dis- Names'
parents,,, I
could I In and l. For Plu!. .
distinctly seen rell< town oonneU of Start Ilnitlfonl county
:Mr. dad' Mrs.V.. Aldoimiin." trict, which was in session at the Ed NelT and family will, move into tile Kloriilit, will mwft at tl<> council! momluiwlii V"
Griffin & Johns for bargain. opening service outdoors it was i ,
; Springfield] Methodist church. Mrs! Sarah L. llamrlck's residence on July 4. egg u it UHinl of cHtuali*
end will conttnun from day to they far
u>ry encouraging to Dr. Bullon and vra
i ii inrr i : : nmi ....
1 :firs, S. T. Dell Lafayette street, July 1st. Mr. Neffia ihu purptuto, df hearing c..mpielnta l (
A. E. Wall is in Gainesville and children and his workers, and gives promise of nlInir ttiitlinony MM to I ha value I "of any
Mrs J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville Tho following civic improvements engineer, for the hard roads work l:n,;l'l'U'' teal. tx'i" uiinl I or mUi'd I, us hard by '
: music in the University sum- were still greater numbers in attendanceas t It ho Town 1'nit AHHWAOF for the year 1982.iiKtilnut '
Mool. j weekend! guests nl Kmgxley! take of have been made In North Stnrke: of Bradford county to lu-giji soon, After the season goes! on. Tho church llitu owner or niton U of Burp prop- E

i Mr. end :Mrs J. M. Brownlec. Smith's Garage has been painted; J, giving( up her present residence, could not have hold the people \\ho euliorly l'ry'* DeWITT O. JONFfl.': t
I II C. ]Manning Is painting both the inside Mrs. lljmrick will occupy her cottageon t'. A FUTC1I, rrMlilnnt Council.Clork. ,
,and Mrs. Ellery 1\\%. Duvlb- are I II South Walnut street. sought to share' in the service.On ; s.2t et e ao i if it i'i
and outside of his newly
'tsley lake visiting Mrs. J. R. I S. F. Morgan, adjutant of the J. J. noquirodstore :Sunday ovoiiing next( thuro" will ,

| Dickison Camp U C. V., Is In Rich. property; and tho ruins of Griffin ,bo a similar service,', hoi'inniig) at So'lhuk '
& Johns store have been removed.A Miss Stella Barrett of G.nnest,; ,>
mond ( ,
:, attending the Confederate, Vet- should the \\ 'ul hl'l' ,prnut.1ENTAORh1 >
eran's reunion. great variety on Griffin & Johns' came Sunday to visit her cousins, little _. .
--- -
George: A. Marks of Daytonu, '
10C counter. Misses Hazel and Lois VlUm. i
: week at lake with [ '
a nt Kingsley r I ,
w -
"cuts i Mr. und,Mrs. A. M. Dar- Good, values on the lOc counter atGrillln !
I &; Johns. L. II. Partridge, manager of the Little Miss Extelle, daughter of :Miami \ .

I Ii Consumer Lumber Co., is having a''' Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, returnedhome '

roomy and substantial building erected Sunday' from a visit with relatives I LJCOLUMNU1
:1I1I nil the lumber yard lot. lIe will in Jacksonville. -- -
oral week at their Kingsley hud their t; ---
\ an guests lust week, Mrs,] I -
have his office there, und the balanceof : \ .
.ttage. I IIoItKendorf's: father G. T.Jones, and the spate will be used as'! a ware Wilbur Archer and( Miss Eunice I __u ----- __..1 : (/ : \ ,

her brother, E. (). Joiios' and family, house. The building will he furnish- Robinson, of JacksOl1'lIIe1'"- weekend FOrt RKNT: l\vo furnished cottages' '

f Isabel! : Fernandez returned! lest';'all of Bnrtow.I rd<1 with lights, water and sewerage. guests< of :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rob- nt l Klngsloy. lake. Apply Mr. E. '

from Jacksonville, where she inson. E.: ('nnm II. fl22t.( : \\ I :

i'oral days: i[ Misses IIllda Lewis anti Ulivi Cor- The I finest collection of zinnias prob- I -.--- .'-- 1

belt, who have blen'i"itlng at the ably ever seen in Starke has adorned :Mr. and! Mrs' To'. P. Colsmi und chil- 'VAN'l'FD-To: buy some second! hand ,

.nd !Mrs. W. S. Blukely! of Wal- homo of Mr. and Mrs. J..C. Robinson Bank of Starke during the past week. : dren, of Ooillu, Ga.. are the guests of lumber. State (piiio and location.1! I

''r" nt Sunday with her parents, during the past week, left Wednesday ,, The flowers were very large end rich his brotherV.. W. Colsun, and fam- Address P. A., 1'. O. Box :SB.-i; StarluFlu. :, t l l'I
'l il! Mrs. W, W. Balsden. nnd 'II ily this week. For
for Covet
I Jacksonville Green ly colored, four colors!' being shown In Its Style I

''i-, Skirt Solo at Griffin & Johns i|I I Springs.____ J I tho collection. They were grown by Mrs E. T. King and J children, Eu- i"Oli-( SALE---IClondykn II hliasiun-; '
Mrs. E. S. Matthews in the front, yaidof
I and Frniu'is of Vienna On ary strawberry, plants. -A. J. Thomas and
: gene arc Comfort '
] Col.! Floyd Green, while diving inKmusley her residence onVest Madison
E L. Biggs! and Miss Nolle! i iM i visiting Mrs. King's parents, :Mr. und Route :M, Starko. G-I.t': : :! 1 '
lake last Friday night hap-I street. ..
I spent Tuesday in Jackson-1 1 Mrs. S. J. Prescott, nnd !Mr.\ and' Mrs. ---- [ f

I pencil tu I u painful accident., Ills left I i J, W. Flwllrd11': ; King nrrlved LOST-Between Stnrkp and Kingslov. I ulpunv I l,> \"Ills,, llllllt,' 0
i foot i came into 1 violent contact with nI I II I You can buy \V. L. Douglas lake, 0-gallon kt'rIlK"n"In" filled, : YOU ("" nil,,I .ix\K" ,",I'H' "-i ,I.) I

'a i mid Mrs. John Baiaden, of Re- I snag and one of the bones, were bro- .! ,hhot 4 for $5.50: : ) ; why pay more Thursday ft..I'IUII'\ for n short stay. with oil. Suitable reward for return | not 'in.i .Illlv I I'. ,r.t4. ?, .. Jll"t J( .
I ,
Mile, Oscoola county, are ini|! ken, l'ompclllnghim to use crutches"' ',I for cheaper goods? On sale :atj MEItlill.l.----Kt'TCH- ---CEI.JoJIICTI'---: "; to E. S. Matthews.FOll I look,", 0,,.'r ?,in Inni''i (.,slilun
\ II hmvInd-' ,
for several ableunIIs' i li'it' : r
I"tt'l'nht'r/.. I
i kc visiting relatives. I i I ,; / I niuniit\v l l 1 1 N
SA 1.1': -HI.follt tent
siiiaru| overninont -
''I The and ; Sun- : make S I I-I! inch walls in I 't
Baptist Presbyterian i
Friends of !Miss Eunice
kbCora\ Sanders, of Jacksonville, j t i EI.1iK.wl1l.
Merrill FuU'h of IIn'IMrs.1
'' KlnA'st son Mr. excellent condition ::11i! cash. L. 11. *
at *
day schools enjoyed picnics $ V -
know hfiiis fjjj'
.1 i guest of her friends, the Misses\ |Ibe I interested to that to C. A. Futch celebrated "
ley lake on Thursday. Lur e crowd Eastman[ Staiki! A-10-tf. Hosiery : "I
dl'ns..Thursday and Friday. I It (, i' be married to J. J, Keeder, uf WalIJinlla : afternoon ... ( ;
birthday anniversary Monday / ,
schools to this -- --
from both went out | 1 S. C. July] 1st. They will mako I
popular resort and the bathing, boat- by giving a party to n numberof FOR SALE-At a l bargain, haniUomu I The brainy nod! the well-finina ..' } 5k
Mix M. J. Jordan, of Jacksonville, fine. their home in Walhiilla, where Mr. his little friends., sound and gentle horse; also, two 1ualhi.| : | | | tit thin well known ,
in gaud cats were
.I.' here to( attend, the Blukely-Uuis- j I Reeder ill engaged in the practice of The little, people had a hunt for hidden ] Hldlon; cow and, young heifer calf. bland are ttuduiuaalEVI.ItWtAlt: '>,
law, :Miss Ellis Is remembered the IliLkUntjI. ?
nuptial Thursday night as eionuniv is inertly
I fur .pennies and I also for peanut, anda J. O. Turner, Starke6.9tf.. ; I
led Is of description men,
every of Prof. Geo. C.
stepdaughter( Looney: Vim OHtmtn. ITrlmMllMlienrxt ,
play with bean bags was also enJoyed.
and children.., Griffin & Johns ,
women ut und at ont time hud large art claw FOR SALE: Four hundred, bushels of tills juit era in (Fi 0. nor
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman spent several .. I j I. The guests were invited into f
-- --- ---
lake visMrs. here. corn, Ofle bu. This corn is free f.
last week at Kingsley the dining room and seated nt the per \
.I. : S. L. Peck and Mrs. )Uci i MKH. J. J. Bullen entertained, the I I charmingly decoriited table, which of weevils and has no nubbins. or STERNBERG'SSTARKE ;
missionary society of the Baptist A beautiful lint of embroidered, damaged J. M. tlrownlco
_ i (C. Jones. 8 Was centered by a largo hirth.lay. cake ('nrl( "
I church Monday afternoon. Mrs. G. 'Swiss tissues: and organdies/: nt (iriflin; ; trod served delicious refreshments ofire Stail>o. n-l2t(! :! I .

'.i ,i- the new line of hosiery at Grif- j I1v. Alderman led the, meeting anti the & Juhns. cream and rake. When tho l. rie 41 41ImammasmmmmmllmlmmmmclaTmmml1111fcnmhnmmmmmtRlllmminmmmroc
j Christian Education. Dur-
subject was
& Johns. j jI cake wax cut, it was found thai n..'n ) : )(; ( : () !() ) O I
j ling the social I half hour the hostess Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and, lit- Irul;
Sti'rnberg l the 1l1iethllt iim'iilnol I i.
served light rcfic'shmont! tle returned. home after ---
son Sunday -- 1.
I'he Starke House( ( conducted by Mr. u the lime and Pauline Duhosp! I tin' flicethul

il Mrs \V. W. Colson, has underiji \ sIfnrrjr motor trip to Orlando. where Col. Ad- I cunt.'iim'd' the 'penny. IaskilM! ; of I .Cflt' .
( : Agin and party, of Waldn, kips attended the state bar aa.soclaliun. .)
some repairs and is being paint- candy were given each guest us .<,,uve'Ite J
, I were in Slarkc Wodm-sduy, visitingMrs. I I On their return home they airs. i I

[ ,J, J. Sparkman, his mother. :Mr. slopped, in Palatku and visited, Mr. I. i li
handsome voung host! HM,'rived!
Agin is u former, $turk(' boy. For I and Mrs H. C. Richard, and also in
t ludKe A. V. Long, who is holding : of the Sca.I many gifts Hiiituble for a little ,'1'11-
haN been
years he one Gainesville where they spent Sutur- I
,art Gainesville spent the week- tli-man of his age. .:a
in ---
,'board's I most I trusted, engineers. 'day night with :Mr. AdkinV, mother,
"nd with his wife, who is visiting her. The invited, !guests included Evelyn: 1'
Mrs :M. K. Etlwa r s. : ---T
Mother, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. II At the 49th: annual meeting of the anti Marjorie Stump, Pauline Miner, aJ l

t Florida Medical -A soclutlon at Ila- Mr. and Mrs.[ Edward Burns H- have Eunice l'unovlI11I1.thll: Powell, Victor !
i Mrs. E. L Higgs returned last week i iifter week Dr. A. II. 'I Thomas, A. E.; Wall, Jr., \Vili lam ,
: Cuba next Gile
]. vana moved into their residence, the former ; ; ;
., spending several weeks with rel- Freeman, of Jacksonville, formerly of I Gaskins property on West Madison Duncan, Paul ]lltibone. Pauline (Dubnso Elberton Blue Georgia

.itives in Jacksonville, Baldwin and ,iStaike, will rend a paper on "Nasal !I !street, running( south to Lafayette Arthur Darby Jones, Sinclair Peek, "flir. S1ONE ETERNAL"And I 4

Hasting! j i: Obstruction, With :Special; !Referenceto I !street. The repairs to the resilience, Jr., Julian Peek, Jr, Lester! Price and I a
: dredge:( Robinson, Joy) Edwards: Joo GEORGIA'MAKBLE'in'its' various shades-make
is well
l' Adenoids.! Dr. Freeman, nB I and premises, begun! before moving in, .
Mrs. A. S.: Crews entertained the :'j' the I Wiggins! George! Frank and, John In- .
subject. .
known is expert on
an I are still going un.II'! Burns ii n retired
,and club Friday afternoon at her attractive j man, Mary Elizabeth: Smith, Mary MEMORIALSRenowned
banker formerly of Dallas Texas
: !, -
Walnut'! 1 nrownlee N. T. Uitch, Jr.. S. K. Johns
home North ,
new on I I n. I 1'. Carpenter is away on a and he and Mrs. Burns are heartily I
itrect. !'I tion to visit several places vacll'l Jr, Hilly Graham, Martha HrowrtU'C,
welcomed! as an addition tr Stnrkp'III"ociety.
East Const. During his absence .J.I Ha/.i-l and Lois Adkins, Milton Brown- ,

Owen Griffin went to Jacksonville F. Smith, of Orinund, Bench! will till'' lee Jr., l Ethi>li% White, Alice 1'Vrnnn-, ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY) ) i;
home of :Mr.\ deg Leslie James Richard )
Saturday to visit at the pharmacist in Mitchell'. KiggH,
his u
place as
and Mrs. W.,J. Grillln and other rela Drug Store. l'iI.s Cured !in 6 to I' Duys Wamwright; Sum Hope and, Georgia" t and EVERLASTING;.,ENDURANCE : ,
m'ol"" 0 r"w>H wNrrv If PA7' O1NWVT': 'I
tlves.Special'Maxwell. ---- .,r"n' l.ililr.i?. i .iiu.l. Hi.11111,4. ...I'rdtrudiuit 1'1,,", Haynes, lien Stcrnberg, )Fi-nella Sny- '
T. i ,I 1 i' h;;11', '* "01., nod.: ) y"u ra.t. t di-r. Don Hoover.ii i
!, .inn n. 1 Three essential I factors t() considered I ;.b' mon
House Coffee, :V.) e '
--- -' -
can are, ,
rents at Griffin & John I you Fit For Young Girls .\ I4'I' ('II I'It'II nru.Ki:' I
"I have. axed Hagan's Magnolia Balm RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this :combination ,

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hensley haw Complexion e ever since I was 18 years old. I am Next Sunday will bo a s|"t>< iil: thaw, when buying our material. b ;

F spent the past week in Tampa, and i Neck and Arms now 4H and, I know from experience with us. The Ilibli) School will hold
L are expected, to return home tomor- liulmb hat it is the beat\ and, only reliable its regular session, beginning at 9I': I GP. f
row. 1 Ifoffan's<.,,"..lielanlly' i 7R0m > toilet preparation now made that Is a. m., and at the clone of the study Leadmtf. Manufacturers efjhtf; SouthField
x i p-- i Y'". .. ,.aln'HI 'lice.... absolutely fit for young girls to use of the lesson the entire si hool will or Special H preentativev 1 '

At the recent meeting of the Florida .vet..unbtirn.Tretkles.ta-n crupiluv. --- on their face at all timer, that it will meet with the morning\ congregationat } W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE FLA. I

State Bar Association A. Z. Ad- mnki< kin Ilk, velvet punitively remove freckles and tan, 1 II I ::00, for a united rwrvuiThrough (d

king, Esq., of this city, was elected a \\i Unn..bll'" i i tub off\ 4, colon fink,, and not promote the growth of hair out tho Southern Iuptint Convention, ommmmmlllmmwgmmtammmmmmmmmmimm( : : mmmllxom(6mlltminmm) >ntltalmmmmmmmntaldl v'j

member of the executive committee.E. and l j KI.v Red l (fur lil.lieek .. or fuzz: 'on the face. Respectfully, .
----- -- ------- ----
wit, ', Sold by all (signed) Mrs. J. II. Burke, Manse,
S. Matthews and family are at 1j" ,, "Ir?(paid. Garrard Co:, Ky." Liquid face and I'

Kinicsley lake for the summer. Leo Billet powder-brunette, white pink,

Witkovski, of Jacksonville, Is a guest':, Magnolia rente-red, 75 cents at druggists or .by

of his aunt, Mrs.! :Matthews. mail. Lyon Mfg Co., 42 So. FifthSt. When' You Have Nothing, You Want Nothing rs ?

Balm ., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Adv.
Mrs. J. C. \"ill"II'; ''. Elbert II. 4 ;f ,

Smith and Mrs. B. B. Neat motoredto LIQUID far.and SKABO\nn TRAIN:' SCHEDULE Work. Save. Turn Over. Save Again. Keep Saving. Keep Turning ""

Dinsmore Sunday and spent the padrePow -.

day with Mrs. E. II. Harris. DER- ; -'! 1;- (In effect April 30, 1022)), Carry out the above policy and you .will have money. Each year you will
SouthboundNo. have more money.

reaches Starke at 11:40: p. m.
1 I
No. 3. 10:50: a. m.

666Cures No. 2J, Cedar Key Train, 4:58:::; p. m.

I No. 15, Limited, 2:15: p. m. When You Have Money You Want MoreBut it

Malaria. Chills and Fever ,
( InN MM CnA. NorthboundNo.
ara arn N r
Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills : arrives Stark 5:19: a. m. to do this it is advisable to have banking connections, first as a means '

the, germs.. !{ 666 quickly relieves Colds, Con No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. of saving, and then for convenience in the transaction of your increasing i
No. 20 Cedar
and Head. Key Train, 8:47: a. m.
-I j Iflow's .tipatio,,I liouiness No. 16, Limited, 6:05: p. m. business. This bank is ready to serve you. I

\, aches. A F ne Tonic.vu Wannee BranchNo.
TillS ?. = 8
y1ED1CivFT wind 101 leaves Starke 7:41: a. m.
what we "u-Im lor It-rl,1 your .y.t.m Worm in a.ne our.Cacarri..r..1Je..lno.. r..ornmenoJ.. caut It tai tint""" ... ouhteit. web.. Worm .hove .n uo- T. J. GRIFFIN, BANK OF STAR KE
W.. 01. nol ..".L..y' u.... wbltU InokatM poor bUwl.and a.e
other r.r.a'JTAFnH: : ; MFtHCINE la a -iilrVr1. T""* nrl I... Momirh disturbance Agent
liquid taken Intern..II}'. and acts through or V.KOVCS[ TASrtLESS CHILJ. TUNIC gives| ..*i. Paying by check is easy. Paying by check is safer
eurfaera ,
i-nrlih the bl.sal
mucou" three wn-li whY
for IWO'
the blood upon arty
r..luclnor the Inhnmma dlgratlue..ud act ai a.generdScreevh| ; Cures Malaria, Chills
the thus the
.Y'lO.m improve E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. CEO. C. WHITE Cashier
tlon and "....tlnc Nature In reetoringnormal .nlnll Tonie tn the whota .,...m. Natuw win th.. 666 Fever, Bilious Fever ,
condition ... ,
: Circulars' tr.e.Jr. thealth.lPhearsttotakS. Colds and -
LaGrippe. e
All. J.DrugglMtv.Cheney a; C" Tohldo. Ohio.ley Iho[ Aeevetu. I



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T. A. Owner .. (;nataFex n-erlplon. See w "
Is hereby alven that the following described landa. will iw cola at pnblut ..nationw n-erlplltn B.a ]JL ooto

en th.Notice F'l IlBT MCIl., ,AY ,'.i JULY inov I* K. 118 tit. an! dv W sold sso.th.r. f4.fon: th.S' Nat N'AI of NI4: -- 1 7 tlal H Ssdth 8 a parallel with Sta' e' 1Rthen' a --
th.reof ---- ---- : : '
Counhms: at Blarkq In dralford Counq. Bata of llurlda. or ao mac ...Itb the r f4t6la' -- ---.--------- a 7 1.11 109 H SmithFrue = ______: EI .t right .nor" to Stale : '
will be :.use rar; to Dal the .mount due for tax.l eel OIJlJOOIltoo' the 11AY6B tovetber W BE14'-- 2181839 R H ...... +- 7..91Iola al 100 It, then'. N along Weide
I v 114 s0.1 of ouch ale and .dvertlalnll'. B. W, : T.. COI..tor.T.. 1 Z 1t.: 1 ---_:::::=:::::::::: 1 1 Yl 316 R II s.Jtb =__-=-_ 8a:6.: of State at 4 ft to I h. pt or beIr

All HEY 2ofSALRs&; NEIof : / In business IDle In J-aww", W 01JlJ'

.... 8Wt: S \yof aw& lots&EIof 9 ; ---.---------Son; iiiiii'.ii := : : Unknown 0> ______h___ \ 91

DredDdonSRI4 Bea R. T. A. Owner ee.ta 8 or NiJY.or.. l-ot'41 or frr WIof Lot 26 town of L.wwy I'J of try ______________ LI..t. Thomr _-.:---- .. LIt

: _____________________34 8 18 40 'r L Willi. __ _____________ 1.19NW'A .,NE'4 aocorc/lna lying/ to N "DLt W or or Rnmp.on Camel asNt. NWj.4 totU of town NE4 or! Lawlt.y of NE'4.J_or___Uy_____________YI68Z I f0/ C F.nnle 11 Chllrehll1 Rablnaon'_. _------------- 128
______ 111.87 ---- H.liE" .
__ __ '
ooff SSFF'/t 1/ Nb of 8W'486 8 18 120 R J Andnwe CIIT. e,. Ic ., =-u 200 R 11 Smith __ ________ 87.D6 8EIo! SW of ________211 II 22 j0.
t.e _
___ ___ > ,101 __ I
__ __ 1,69 _
r 8W4 or SWSulof '/ ___________________86 8 19 40 T L, Will.. Lots A B sub dlv of Lot 1 4 T J1 .f NW a of NWp ____D____ & II 2a 10. A 1'.ul .__ __ ___----------_ U&I,
of NE'4 It N'AI or 8 lute A lJ ot SE': NW" of
: _8E'4_ ________________________ 1 T 19 100 W.Ula Cr ... __________ 18.81EI Lida A It sub nub dlv of Lot II It ro.d ____.___________--e6 II 112 4 Mart Small ,.-
1 < or NEI,. NE'4 of 8E'4 8 :, 10 J V Edw.rda __ _______u____ 41.81 tub A B .ub die div of of lot 8 It ........ / ........c.. 1 .i SE'4 or NEy4 of BW1Aar / ---------.Y6 8 22 10 Ella WlIIam __ ====:-- 453AIKInBelry

6 Nwl4; nr HE4 __________________._10 10 140 :J R Hor.nCI E.t __ _______ 1.69 IiIk.l Hln S.mpe..n Cltr Lot____1___of 'n L Farrell -. .. --s ---- I.28 ot NIJI.sat tlW'4 8E'n' ___"_20 6 E2 10 0 J S J>urlllllJP __._,______----
; I of __. .__ ________8..11' T 19 40 M.. V.mad. ____._ 7.0It. Lola ABC F f. 4 T 11 NF.14 or } flf.4' ___________ 26 II 10 C 0 Free. ..------- 4.1otN'v

( I SE1 IIF.of; RI1I/I.. ___________________1:1: 1 III 40 Unknown __________._____ 7.9 InBuh R.ml'MII Clt,.Lot____8_u or__Bile____10___ 4 7 11 W E Jones --.- ---- 2.13 of SWyyoC N1oh. __. ____.28 II 2a ao A Paul _---------------.----- 1716)
.. NWy of KWh' & W of SW I Dlv E oil D of Lot I Sup W II A of W4( or 'IWta U--- ''cIIo.
II W 10 17.8 Vlv A BCD I V of NF.4 --. -----.:28 II 22 II A T P.uE. _- --
ot SW4 -- --
: --- -- ,
Lob -
t 01 _' ______ __NEy.12 7 19 87 Rleve H."ue _. ._________. 18.4 In Sam.a..n, City DC or _Ilk 18___ J C R n.ul..n -- --,---- 11.77 I. Wy! of BFya of S "of NEs4 ____j/II 6 II! 6 Wm Thomrof -------------------.- 'G8
I2 EI' of SW'/I nf NJo\4:\ _________.?.13: 7 1'1 20 A Q Go..n __ ._______________ LOA I BIte) A 11 C 1 II 8 4 &all Hlk 4 7 11 I 8'' SWI'6 of Nay) ex E 430 J.6It

NbREyit4:'? .NJo.'t. NE'i' ..________._____?.1S 7 19 40 M. C 9 HevSlla ___________ 7.&Y .x lot 8.. Icla 10 12 14 16 18 :200rilk B ( ____._____________.____28 II. 22 111 Rhodes MoQueenN -- --------- 411&I"
1 I.4 --crj.jwii--.18 7 1Y 40 Moe. Ru"'lnaon'J" 1.59Sv'l I \ 6 all Blk 7 .x Lots 10 11 '' Ry"e..1I8.1.Or!
W i, .::1l: .: ir.--.riff ; 10 21 It Lola 1 2 4 of IIlk 9 __ Nht/,tfwN of .

.f NWy. _________ _______--18 7 10 200 Unknnwn __ __ _____.______ 88.4& /.01. 2 3 4 of Dlk D& Lot.e a 4 of .. 1 A to M.ryJana .J:
N' or NFIi _____ _____...___14 7 III HO M.. Jo.lo..nclt V.rn.due _______ 14,73J' I Bib 10 LolA 14/ of Silk 11 IwbiMnxun _..____ _. --- ___2' a 22 40 D Davie '---------------_ ,I'' ;
i' R'/of NN:"4 N or rlvcr _____.____H 7 10 80 Ellova na"uo -- -- ------.----- 6.80 Lola 2 4 or Blk 12 & Lola 2 4 of o A Com .1 a lit 100 tt W of .Rl' ,,;:.: I

or N4 ___________________.1 7 19 40 UnknowII ---------- 1'9r Ulk 13& J.la 2468 I" Sub track on N lone .r $Ebi 1.r NW I.sa -
J' /Y'of ___ .36 8 211 naulon-- 1,08 DIv A B 1'1' panller with R. 846 ft1I"n.
M" of run
8W'6 or HEy&-NW 20 -- ------------ I Lot 12 of IIlk It ..
AIr WOh or I of"y Lute' 2 4 6 8 P 11 12 Sub DlvI ... W on same varl.Uon 660 -
i" W'v/ "J of river ---L'.8 8 S 20 4// land T..t Co of F4 ___ 7.89 I. B D or Let 1 oor IIlk U ft, throbs N .t right. anthe 10 N

", NW,. ..f NI':'. & NEyj .f NWV__ 1 20 80 M C Raulu..n ._ _____ 11.7N'wry I all IIIk Id ex Sub Use A BCD Uno or said, forty, then'. E on
NEI/4' ____________________ 2 8A ZO0 M. M F Clark :_____:::.:_ 7.69r of Lot 2 & F of Lot 1 &. SlIb .nld IIno 10 lot bf IK'IC ____________28 II 22 8 n Davia ------------ _
{ NNEW1s} E or rlv.r __________ 2 6 ao 20 J P Dowllnll' __ _______ ._ ._.___ 4113 I Div 0 D of Lot 1 Lot 5 or W 6 A of NOh ot NW'/, or NBr28 6 1/2/ 8 T L Gu.r"--- ---------------- ),'

r NWf'J4 .f S.4' II: all EM( of RE',4. Jllk 17 & Lots 8 6 of Ulk U II: Nof4iSWt!. nf SW y.i81&1vN -
1 I W or public ro,1 & all 8WIf. 00NEy4 I. Lots 8 6 of lilk 10 Lola 966of Eo c"W of NE,2Wo'l w-26 II 22 19 Unknown -- -_! _____u_____
\l I N of mill hunch _.__.__-U 6 20 70 J P Do",11 1..u.,. Blk 20 & Ulks 26 2U 30 81 82 Cool at rtt
I ------------ -----
w if 1'11'10' or NW'4 W 'Aa "f NW'4 11:1: 34 8G 86 87 88 au In & run W \lGO n 10 a pt of .

1 I: of river ______________.._______ll 6 20 100 M-' M E Clark 18,818W4 NOn CIty __ bJ'l(. thence S 210 fl. F: U dogroee -
-- ---------- ._ 4 7 II R II SmIth 23.71
'l -- ------------ 2111 II, N 226 ft. W 18 dogratn -
"f NEP4 .. nil SEIf NE Late A 11' C Sub Div of Lot 8 of
f '' W or MoKln..y branch _____,12 6 2/1/ Lw. Thomr _. 11,47 IIIk 6 In I --- 6 22 1 Mary; J.n" Robinson __ ____ _
M (28
; 1 Samp.on C.ly _______h_ 4 7 II 11 11 Smith __?_____ 2.63 l A In tgwboo; { NE1o9E; ;j 'I
"I NE14 of 'Sw% 8 20 411 Bumuol W. Rrown :: :::::::=: 1.69J Lob o. 11" 18. o
: -------------------- 16. Lola A B
,,. SI of SW'IdE (E'4 ___._._________2:1: 6 20 2"" Abraham Kelley, -- ----------- '1.28 C D Sub Div or Lot 17 5U n on t 8 'SF.I.' _s ,'h-&I.gr' o j!28 6 22 II UreUa Strong -_ __________ ,
NE of of

J HW1 1&%1'lV"' !or tor N N\,4' \ & or NW'Io RI'4 or___SE'4____.23 6 20 100 J T Re.v,. -- --..----.. ------ 1X.81 Summon E aide of City Lot_ _lP___or.__Bile_____8__III__ 4 7 II 1 n U Smith __ ____._____ 8.13 hole SNV4' ,'411I or 14 SI t.in or Woadlawn.AI 3Eti _-______27 6P II 22 IS Unknown Ill'OfIk;' ---- ____NOon

: 8Iy or NW'/i' e. 1 A InNE, Cor Lot n or Blk 14 In SIIm"on Clly 4 7 21 l' J1 Srmlb __ ____________ TAU : 33 II 2 20 w. ;;'r---= '
N.r IIIutrh 23 : 20 10 Crm Kellrv Fit ______ -_______ 14.18 Lot 1 Si Bllb Dlv ABC of Lot 10 f..CI :'fI\4Ifl' J't\li\ ;:-esnbrxcinaNy -- ; ; 20 C.Ih.rlne' .. ==:: ,t
J :::::::::::::=::::
.29 213
Hub IJlv/ C D or
O F.'r Kuno, 1473 Lot 12 of Blk .. _. .I.. .. .
--- --------- ''''_ of & NE't' or Nw\3&\ II 22
R'. ot of 8E'4 ______ _________21 6 20 In Sump NE'4 14 J J SIron" __ ___
NEI,4 4.09 un City -
s .0 Blorrleka 7 21 ? h 1 1.4
u 28 Jo..ph -- ---------- SuI: Div A U of tut i i"b'"i>j n 11 Smith __ _________ Ul SI'\;\ 'of Nivi!: I _-_-_---_ 2 6 22 40 1.lule Johmfo-:: : = -- .,64
h, Lot 1 .f "Ik 82 In Now River ----pn 6 20 J II Thomr __ _-____._________ 1.11 A 11 C D of tat 1Sub/ Div $Ey1' oOr lJtVv.ol' B Wt/4' _r--swii a II 22 10 Rev 8 I' Wolf __ __===:
11 ot fat 4 & Lola -

Fine IIlk 4 In New River _________24 8 110 Unlnown 1..'7 W'k of Lom1A B & lOa Lois IIn C &Il 1 Ntt of: .' Mr'lW-----------' ____n_________________ 4 4 8 6 2.22 40 Ito/ 0 A J L Dry.n MuntanWI __ ___________-.
2 E F. Nub Div of Lot 19 & Lola -
f Lotll 8 9 of Dlk 1 In No" lUver __29: 8 20 Unknown _______________ 1.11 A II & Lot 1/1/ all In Dlk 17 In .... .1 Woor!'. or ((48 NI::1't', nr& SE'4 Ely' ot---NN4-------&-- 6 8 2A ao SI1.... Lupton: -- -- --------

: City 4 1 21 U U Smith :.___.___ _?_ %\ of V ot Sl 6 6 22
Lot Jllk ___ fat n'prnlll; 6 hifc; ;;. 11.17 SIV 'y & W4s' Ey4 --- 3"0 E E Cano"
1 or 8 In New RIver 24 8 20 iR
'.11 -- -------- 'IF.
t _.;?Y 23 Unknown --------------- t 4th and LoaIae 81ne1e II' HI':' t or NGy/' ____________________ 6 6 2A /0 Unknown' __ -- _________-_---
,_ x : .. .a.... .1..' I NE'1' ur NWI'" ._ 7 6 22 /0 0 L nolerhlll h
Lot \\I) or Now .
JIIk In _
10 River 6 20
-.24 .Unk..wn 1,1\ All \Ilk Lu9opf-9 4 7, 11 R 11 Smltb __ :____.________ 2.8J NW' .(r NWi.of! NEy &NEI/4 -- -------- -
49 nr of ______________ 8 6 22
Lot 8 of Dlk 12 In Now /Uv.r ____24 Z7 8 20 Unknown 1,1\// All.mil ItIk4JNofSA of Numpson City LHrInErnd ----------- 4 7 III n 11 Smith __________:.-. 2.63 1':'... of Nls'I S1Vyj: ur NW',4 SII1' ?____ _'___ _11 6 2:4: iio 20 Ii R: Speneor F:/ Canova, ---- _-_--_-__-_-.-__-. )'4wril
.,S Lot 8 of Bill f dn/ New River ---.Y4 8 P4 Unknown ________________ 1.1\ or Rnml..on City __ -. _-_____ 4 7 III Jtlchard 1.'loher __ _________ 2.&a or F'q of' NE4! & Ex! of
I I8 A Cur of 8W4 of 11 4 7 21 //'Ij\vt/f; / -U: : : : 8/1/ .tlnknnwn -- -- --__-_ ,
6 sEii.;
Lot 152 I. t'lvB rlk':: n.A Jon. L________ 1.11 E'I: 10 Unknown "
or Ilk ____ / 11'liver Sub A H C of .
\ Lut
8 2/ 141 .
lis Unknown -------- n I or J'v' of 8";"t or RW"" ____12 6 22 -- ------------ -- (
I' A
& 0 1 111k 10 In Now 28 6SiSubDivA' 75CDEFot ', I0 o..el'll )i4,
WI. __ --- (
!__ ___ __ .: 8 2// Unknown 1.1\ Lot'l or ilk 10 Sub Dlv A or 1':!1o."r SE4 or NW Vi It 6 2- 10 J Homer Liv-------. .. '
(' --- -- -- ------------ SI or & NE\o\< ----- -
: .
Lola. I A .7 ot Ilk 26 In Nu' 1CDI': F of Lot 8 of Ilik 10 NWfy49Wf 0' ISEy. '

1 1 f rUvc.r -_____,______._________24 8 20 Unknown ------------- 1.11 & Sub fllv A B or Lot 2 & Sub Cum III fill J Cur BE'Ii 0BEl. -uf---SW'sSi --''-;- 8 21 20 Fro-1 Fraidenberw -----. _- ', d9
Lets 10 & 12 lrIlk lily A II .t Lot DIIe .
( 27 I In Nuw n 4 uf 19 In '

r lore River _________n___ ____. ___24:. 8 20 Unknown ----..----- 1.11 Sampaon City --- -----------_ 4 7 21 11 L -arroll ____'..._'1.1.___., 0.311. run ft. N W 61H'660ft.S6110ft.' ft to Lieu ______EGroo _.111 6 22NE4 7 E C W I ht
6 1 10 & 12 nr ( Sit IIIv A uf Lot 6 or Ulk r
IIIk 28 In 2"" 17 : of ur '" ___ ___ __16 6 ------ -- ,
j Itl"or __ ___...._?__. 6 110 Unknown 1.41 /Sub' Div A U of Lot 1 Clf Dlk 20 SW'I In1 n 22 10 John Tuplln -- -----..
\ ------------- Nine A onv Milo or NWy1. or SW
4 A Ii un.llv".1" Inte..l In Iota 2:1:' \ In Sampson City, _____00 _______ 4 7 III It II Smith __ __M_____? 1,63 V1 N 1 A for' church __--____17 6 22 8 Frlix (1oodwlne
c 1 It & 6 or IIIk 211 In Now Rlver.U 8 20 Unknown 112 Sub l3ivA ISCDEof Lot 1" N.3 of eS'E% NEV4, ____ _._____18 6 22 ------- d. DNtl
? 20 Julia .
ur IJlk 6 In Sumps City _______ 8 7 21 It L Farrell :. ; & ;: Ooodwlne ._ --- -00
\ _. _
.Y '_ 1.47 N' f 1>" SE'4 or SEi4 __ ___18 8 22 : .
tat 120 C L Underhill __
11 or 1JIk 3D In New Rlv.r 8 211 Unknown 1.11 Cum in center oC U 8 oil F fly trackoppoalfo ,/ aWl L
: J.IM 1 8 1& 0 oro'rao UIII 81 In- 2a ----------- mile 0'x11. marked a44 A .1 ln of 100 ft<'wjJ'I; :; ; ;; ;; 22 40 Annie Reynolds = ===::: : ;9

Nvw. Rlvvr .___________________2. 8 20 from Mown 41 tram Palatka&rnm rmin S end or Wy of or
Unknown 1.41 ; NE\4\
l.n.a. 7 1& 1Z of IIlk 89 In New 28' ---------- t B! on Maid ny track 127fl

't.t River --------_____-_________ 8 20 Unknown 1.11 S 62 n to a pt of keg lhenee C.'E2\oEttO;;; \ N roud:of SE- ----cr; -\V--ao II 22 C E Robinson __ ,,17ot I
I. ------- W 784 ft. N615y! ftto
; 'I''E' Lot 1 of Hlk 8a {In New River ___ 6 110 Unknown ..OdAll :i1ACli.. R, right of way. and SW'lij ij&Ct run, E N 217 ttobeg1 ft. W 8111Il. -
.227 ---------------- Ihonco I
71 East saIJ
I dugren. on 114 A __________________21 6 II
\ ilk 4"! In I of 8G7 ft tbon.. 46:4 2 hlo.rlln Holly
New right
River$4 8 20 way 8E'4 of ; --
'fnknown .. _,.., N or 8E\\ II --'
,1'/1 21 I 24!
r. 2.001 "' J.'I -----
<1'," -- ------------- 10 11 C Sherman .? '
1 NN./I: '. --------------------7 8 2// 40 )0 W Edward---, 7.09 li 10 pt ot lira ___________u____: 4 7 21 12 It 11 Smith -_____ &.80 1en A com at eonwr or- Ry whore. n
W H10t1 nr NE'1 & ?4I'4 of RF(2; 6 20" Hi 1) J 0 Green-------------- : 'R 6 A of A14 of SWl1! of N ;'/ ____ 1 7 21 6 Jm l'rldllwlI ____ _______ 2.U half mile lone of Sic 21 rUllnll'ar .
J j t't SWJ,1 & NE of sw14' _:::84 6 20 120 Seluala, Ellvrrlcke __ ________ ;.2 A In : Cur of 1''AI of 814 of E III W crmxrs A run N on fly

8'. !cof NhI/I_M____'___of_ wJ'Aa 7 20 160 Imago Wlllinms __ ___________ 14.7\1' !H I.4 ofN SEy1 ___ ____________ S 7 YIBE 2 A.lone. __ _________ 2.63 4110 ft, I hrnee E .1 rl"ht anyln 10lIy
.' RE'4 NK11 of 10 A Cop '; to veld hulr milo Ilnv.. thoneoN
F:!.. or t4Wy8Wy4 of BII":-- I 7, 20 2.10 Mr MaI'V n Thoma 13.69R & S',1 f'I1' os Jn, -21 8 29
? ------- ------ --- ---- ----
Eye:, of RI'4' n___.________ =__ 6 7 20 Fl it And..u 14.7 I & E'of" NW'l4 Ir SI i'6' 1 21 60 It II Smltb _______?____ 1l.78 b"1'j'% of BE\4\ __________22 6 22 )0 R M 'T klNI" n. -- -- --
tai ]I S' :or 1.,1.8 RE. R : :: 7 7, :10: g T W. Waters ----------- 11.18 ,.HE4 of NF of REV ____________ S 7 21 1U W U Hlutyher.-- -_ 11.:13: 0 Or /yE'1) of \\oof! of SWI! 10 E lJ Shipman -- ----...- I IN.J

2 A ,n Cor .de N% 'SW1y & W'v' fir !:IlI; ,. __ __ _______ N 7 21:110: Unknown __ __ ________-____ /8.213 WI.' A ---------___________ 8 22
U -- -_ ______ _______ 7 7 110 N __ 40 11 .i Smith __ or d Moe & Ell Grah.m t.--_ 1 "
(' t 81', rrr't.. -- --- 118 A A Ilnwn -- ---------------- 22.11 I'I.NEl4 of /L- ------ 8 7 21 __________ /.6Y of SW4! ex 2 A In ,
;\_ .t 12 ex I kt 110 ft Jo: NWY. or N------------------\ 9 7 21 40 Unknown ._____?_______ 1.611 S1q 22 8 22
W by 211I( rt N 1:1 In SW Cor.- 7 7 20 40 0 C IIovll ---------_______ 1603 E1 I t c.f yFlSW4 of SEI'} _--_ 9 7 21 1YV C 1. Turk __ _________________ 21,117 I NNW1 of4NWi4 r---s t4--.S\V\ 18 D P l'ullnm ..; _
NYy "f tot 6 .- _- ------ 7 7 20 40 A 0 twin .. 7.9 Nl'tI of / lows 8 SWCor of SW's IIf NIfi, __ __22 6 22
---------- ------ -- -
4 Two A In IH; C..r ur Lot;; : Il& -ij- -=- __---__-__ -___ __ _10 7 III a7 J C Wynn __ __-_______ 7.8u :Seven .A {In SW Cor or SE',. of 20 J 9 Elliott -- n 44

NW AyIn SW ('or of Lot 12 -_._ __ 7 7 20 II A V AnI..1I 147 1 1I NWt/f nr NE'l & NE'/ of y. NW'I -----_______________ 8 J2 .
I (, of SWI. 8 7 ao 40 1_ A A 11 io0 :_===::==: 28.31: & 211'+ dof S1',% or NWYL &NWli' F 8 A "r f''k or SFIof SIV'' :lJ II YJ 7 Unknown --- ---- -
.8 J L Silcox .... ___
FWl'Sf SW--------- f.f NW'I. & Wof \ i ur 81 <
of Ay1Vex 8 7 70 12 M P Malheny .- ------------- 2.00/ RFt4 of I'Iwv.' ___--_______.-____ ) 7 21 J"U It JI SmiLh_ _____________ Slot ThSWilvor SE2! oftSIII4 S of J'"k! .
N'BWI,1 SW F. 8 A.. II 7 20 17 Q M IIovlll 9.81 I NF.I/4 flf NF./ _11 7, 21 40 11 J1 bmll" :
-- ------- -------- ------------ -- ----------- 1,611 6 12
Corn; 1/17/ ft from the Cor of C jj I Nt NEI; & of N.44; J; : 20 Em""t Wunderllck -- ---. .-
Rleplu n.nn lund .n line dlv BWI : r Si JE''" ,1'NV1y.B &Y'N A or SW'% MI SWI4 N "r pubII. .

14 of o7 11& KI"4 of RW'Io on flf SEq" or iJWl, _12 7, 21 160 R IL Smith -- ------___? 27.09 '. road : 8 112
I lIy right. any 11& run N 4 n. ]NWyor"NW'4 & N/4i! of 8Wu I All SW'',, of RE1'ih'rs\ i4-23 28 E B Ski mnn ------------ )-

W .11)11.') .P.SI.. '. .fly rl"ht or' wa.. "' .---____._"__ "to.. -- flO -R- U u "_...."h._ __ ______________ .'.,.4 on _.o tswr H ul 1'uek ", nil ________,24 6 2l' -
IA.t .... cor "W -- ---?- 8 / 2 TC Hnwn Nig; & sw'-& J----S: : ; v. _______U 1 21 '6UO It 11 /Smith -_ -_________.1011.41'' r. .<'U'o r. -------. --" _____'u Q.. .... 87 L C! r..t4IWICsal __ ___________..
5. .I Lot 12 I ur or HIk 1 I In Wn nlClt y------ M 4 20 W W Ward ._.._-_-_-_-_ _-_-_-__--_ 9.g: : N8I44; of N'WI', of NF-Vt- ___---_16 1 21 JlI IJllrllard A. Duke __ ._____? 2.2J i I I NEIl .-----------_-28" 8 21 co a o 4. M JJnnu-liy : ......:=::::: ; '1.
1(1k( ; hi!
1 In W..r.1 City 8 NE1,1 or NW'/' & NSV'oNy4 / NE'4' of NWi! ___ Krneat WlnderllckMrs. -. ____ 'PIW' I
20 ___ 26
1..1.8 ------ llloxhnm Ward __ ______ 81 I, -- --------- 8 2a ?
,I [
0 : 40
10 or lJlk 10 In SW NWt4 T E Underbill .. ________
I ('II,. War nr NE'.i _____________ -___--16 7 21 II" IT n Spanner ____ fJ'W14 \ A N" of '
'l. Lot 11 ur -RIk ---------------------_ A 7 2// W W Ward -- ___?_________ 2.18 NW l of SWy ______________16 7 21 .u It 11 Sm.tb ________ _-?____ 9.07 nf SWVy1' ex S U I-a" ____28 6 22 40 An......
lo t. 8 I & 1 1In Wn.Ynl City ---- 8 7 I/O M l' Mathon __ ____--_.. .--- .81 NW t of NW\4 & Sit' of BW'II ____18 1 21 1':11 Unknown _? __ _____ 7.511 2,1m; .in J'jY''or of SWl' of SKI27 8 22 2 2411J ? ___ 17!"
ofIlk In War 21 _-- 111.87 at NK Cor of SEi of Nellie a Allon ....__.__ I .ft
of NE'4
NWI N'of NW\4 SW'4.17"
w Citl ;, lHO E II Jon. __ _____________
"i //1. Lot.., a 8 4 & -00'h_. ----------- 8.7, 20/ W W Ward __ ____ ._ ___ u_ 147 I NE'4 .f SE 4 __________________11 7 21 411 Unknown __ __ __ sa.G8 Arun W 'M2 19Ili robe South
6 _._
'III 1a In Wanl ot I' of SWII ____________17 7 21 ? 1.811 easterly lo a .pt ft W oRr., e
"I J, ioo0 CII. ,nf- IlIk(- _h____________________ 8 7 110 M P Mntl\l'np; __ ____ ._ ._____ 188 Nit' or NEIj '/, ..f NE'L"NwV ao W G S.ala __ _________ 4.03 line on S side of SE'/ of NEVi

"'.' Lola II & 1\: In Wart City -_____ II 7 21.1 W W Ward __ _____-____ ___ ofJW&! SElia of SWy4.21 7 21 200 n n 6mith __ ____ thence Kuutht'iuiterly tfol) 1'to a _
0 ___
City of Hilt 14 In Ward l'l l'l1. fill: 01 _____________________21 7 tlo U II Smith' _____.r--_-- 88.48 pt 120 ft on sad Sec. line, thence
{ "- ---- -- 8 T 10 W W Ward ____ 5E11 of NWv" ___________________.Y1. 1 Yl 40 __._ 14,73 K: 120 fl lo See. line thence. Non
Lola i. 1or/ 111k .- iard- -- ------------ NWIof 0 L Peak _____________ 7.011 Sec. llni to "be ,-
) y .1'' City __ __ NWy4 SW'4 or SW'/4.Z117 21 8U n Il SlIIllh :_ __________ U.73 Com 100 ft W 'It ---- ----- -...27 6 21 12 roll, A Drew .. ..
:i I n W W War 1.17 I S :' of SlV'/1 W'AI of BE'4 .. of NE Cor of W'/i .______u_ .
'14 W"c 10 or nlii-18-rn-W-a-rd- I Nb,. of 8)/) ___ ______-.-_-_22 7 21 160 n lJ Smith of NW'1 of SK'of: NK", & ,
t H' ; ---- -----"--_-____._ 8 7 20 0 ? 8.10 Hiv' nf RElof NW% & 60 A In 20.81 run S JI5 ft, W 10U. ft\N 21$ ft,
"/I Kfs'RKT} In Word City ------ II 7 211 M KiSnn; ::== 4.0:1: I Ii N'4' of NE'4' deudod by Wm. I K 100 ft to belt -- 23 6 22

i In H A An .. ___________ Com 2110\ ft W of ----n--f------- nicbnrj Reynold ...________ ,
Le.I" I U 15 IWtt 8 7 20 < "'w -- ------- ---- 6 M Jm... __ ..---- _____ 2. 7 21 7& Mn Lllnlc E Nunel'7 __ _______ I !
: of 1.81 of '
('lIy W.H- NIl 1 & WI' or NWI/1 of SL __.21 1 2' 34U n U Smith ____ ____________ 60.10 H r.\r!ft,l.orwSII'Jy of MCi'\f5 run ...
//I' 1411A
/ H V ... NW'' or NEy4 & WI of % ft. N ft,
I..t ::1 of ---" ___ 987r !(
loOt 1 KS'irS''gir_____ 8 ? ?/x w W Ward rLnr:____ .81K I It I'k% of Ely I ; ot 8EY.' __________28 7 21 180 1\ II Smith __ _________________ I Lot E 1 1UII ft to beu ------ --..------..28 8 22
88.15 of Ull Geneva
1 i loL of (Ulk' ----_ 8 7 __ 1.59 NW'/' of S :'o;. ____________________29 1 2l 411 It 11 lI.mlh \ 4 'as cvi( ijfd on En'v' Towns ..._.______u
S 21''j"! City KfKS$ ___ _____ _______ --------------- IUd "? niai i p too,i of blui
'. A I II) / ---4.8 7, __ ==== 81 NF64 or N\\I'/, 7 21 411 Ch"" JII. MaKlnnoy ______ 7.G9 1\ NE'4 of SW4 KC. ,
Y t 1 eII, 22 l I NW'!, of NEII\ : Nor NW'/-----33\ 7 21 Uti U 11 Smith __ _________ -- --.28 6 23
Lat "*" ""- Jllk'arin'-Wia-8 20 Bloxh.m Ward II. All ________--_________-__-___ 4 24 640 U L lIIack oil Co ____ 21.141 Ono lot on N Bide of full nt, 62''K. II L Cray ___________ ','
Cit,. \I or / { All __________________.:.__-___Yl 4 2l 64(1( U L Black &: Co _-_-___ __ 88.71'i ft E &/ W by 210 r,. N R,

/i ( 111 hik 2-------------------------- 20 W W Ward .47// All : : ______._________-______-___23 4 22 940 J' L Black & Co _____?_1.___ 83.77 I bounded N by Jefferson et. W ky

C om 110 .& Cur of" r df '. 8 7 20 Dloxham Ward = ==z==: 1.661, ax BE'!. of BE\4\! _________-___a 4 22 Sub It L Black &. Co _____________ 78.67 MII.17 Call Innil of lrrt VidaI.& E Moran,. a K/
: All by
rev ; Ulk 17
__ ,
24 4 22 (
610 org
It 1. Black
J I --- !. Co _____________ town of
unit 83.1' .stniko in NIC'' '
rUn of
WK or NA of 'I SW /
1'oN''o WI; NEI4 V-23 8 22
\ r EBW "
I ,.. / fI l, N N\\(, of NWj.4 ____________-___25 4 22 200 R L Black I Co _______ E'-., of Lot 1 & tot :(1 5 7 of Hlk B S Johns ...?________ t4

r7 1 .'t 6110 fl ___.______" 87 29 O M Hevlll( .. ,..._._...,_... 10.27 !lEV, of Ni'; __ ________________.26 4 22 4U NoroIIW" __ ___________ 83.80. J of 8 SW'urlK town of Starke In NEVi
of or S& All _________________________--.26 4 22 0.0 It L III..ek I Co ______ Lot ell I .2J 8 23
fi.1 l t; l/ Of4 W KSo'' 100 ft. N All n SF"W1' ot SF's: -.__________ _21 4 2:1: 6uo n L Black & Co ___________ 78.67 8:1.77: Stnrke 2 in lllk.Nii1' ,27 of oriu.svi'' town of Consumers Lumber Co _______ 2.. "
bag NI' & of SW's i I'd 8 23
d !idi'iieu. 'Int by J AboV. ..... W &I"w' of SE4 &EEV: Ulk '.11 us extended on Enucy's map Consumers Lumber Co ________ 2'

-- -- of S5I ___,__ ________ ___2'1 4 22 orlic town of SMrke in NII of _
H III) ----- --______ 8 5 MT G60 R L Black Ie Co ____ : *
: 7 20 Matheny _____.. 648 ___ \ _
18.08 SW'i
,; ; ? I 91Y/ _____________.______ 22 ._
10 Unknown _. N814 oC 28 4 40 Unknown __ ____ ____ 8 22
: FiKvAN"T Ry..7 1:10: __ _________ 2.29 _____ 8.P6 Lot :a of Hill y\i\ J M 3 i--;; Jr28; A D Andrews ..
All 4 8:1: 640 n L a ....._____ 9.
4 I' 7 I/O 34 111 I' Matheny; __ _?_?_ 14'73 -------------------------2(1;; l Black & Co> _______ 9UtWI" to Starke In SB'It' of SWV' _
t 7 80 L ____ ____ U'\1 EE 1nrA"7"ofVy 1 Lot. 2 28 II 22
20 ______ I of
"frririrWAWofVaT" Leila Nbt lllk ml J M Mrs Martha
__ ___ 23 Johns Gntlin "
; or ; of river .AO 200 R L Blnck add' __ ___ '
; I ."_. 1 I\ne' _..___ ____________?__.._112. 22 ,.0 II I. 0'__,_ Co_ _________ 49yE112 to Slarke In S6'of'' SW'\. _25 ?
JL I ) ;:/:-;;.-.::Vr-18 7 20 24 M P Matheny; .. __________ ail ], -' Lot :_> ,*_ IN. vn. .... _. 'n.... .--.-.-..- < 23 ? 1\.1..._
N' 1tlf'1' {SP'i'i; : : 4 22: 80 i ii L : Ml "' __ _____
u/ nil NVi or Lola :I-.A J *_>: :*>* 4 A '' of & Black ; Co =====: 74.18SE83 : I :J7 J M Johns add M-Starke II'IK 0' _,-. 4.11'
Lot 0 00 S V Andrew ___ or NI 1& sw NE'll in SB
.--.. ,7 20 ____?__ 18.81 Vi of 8WV, .. .
lots 4 A ----------------- .I 7 Mil C N Shaw .. ___ : of riW\4 Ie wY" of I I( --- ---- --28 < 22
,1 -- 20 __.. 1471 NW/ Wj of lllk 6
{ .: Sw NK'i---------_- ; -- __-- ---Itl 7 20 200 Unknown .. ._?......______ 88.15 "- ---____-__--- : 22 660 R L Black Co ________ 11&.71 !*.,' Llviniwton. Truby A J T Quigley ___ _______...... III.H
4NE ;; or
SliU _____ ____ \ ol
\ A y of of NWVi N : 4 of NWI 4 __ ___ _81 4 22 40 E L Grllhe __ ____ 8.6t W'j ofBLouI1. 4i oil MB1-.28; 6 22
/ I ,r' 1'1 !4', A NWVi of NI/9! 81"J'Y.\ of 9Ey86 4 22 660 R L dirk Co 11&.41 'I of, lllk 17 &1.J, Lot* 34 Ross Cox .. .. _._. _...... Lty<
7 ;' 160 N''< D' NWy1 ----------------------3.4 4 U 80 R L DI.ek" of Lots 1 2 A .
,7. ,\ 20 Unknown ? --____ 29.81 or Nor Co --____ 18.83 all Lot 4 at lllk IK Llvlnimtun
1 of NW'. of NWtf\ NOh NE\4 or Nor\ Ny4of !

'I J, 1+; :'., B""+ of SK'i,' -;of; SEVi ----.--"--,..22 7 20 "2 Unknown .. .. ______ 10.04 Lots 1 2 ________ ___85 4 "II 811 He W\mberlp; ? ________ 8.13 of Truhy NEV A, -Co's _Sub_ _Div_ __oE4_ .
] NWy.- -
Iy W& of NWVi, of --- --------.23 7 20 20 R C Uruover __________ 4.03 S'Jr of NE'4 oil S'I of Li.l. 4 of lllk H2- -- _28 8 23 D
8W4 __ 1.luln"'lun P Pullum ._
.oa Truby
.t6 4 22 Mrs _
? ofCom SWj.4 Luis Carle D Stoorllnll __ A Co's Sub _.... 20.08
---93,80 Div
SWI1 ____ 8 & 4 cc 10 A In ofNE'4 of NEH: of NJ; _
--- ---- ., 80 R C Groover ____ NE\4\ W of : /, 28 8 22
s 1 I "AD cm W or N.11; ;; T 20 4 11.48svvtf ?_______________ 1 II 22 111 J a L.ne __._________ 2.80 Co's iq Sub:lllk tj':, LIvmKnton: Trilby:: A Edna Jackson ____ _______ 146

;' } N rUn S dO ehna, W I/O/ NEy4 orn SW4 .. a 40 Block & Co ............. S'4 of Ulk of NB',4' of NtV, .__28 6 22
AO : :: nntn 8.61 stf
1 ehn. R Jenkins
F: all aahr Lot dhw-:=:==:= : M
"A A nr ehll. to br '; 84 -10 10 .: .. .: : Co's Sub Div v'N"o: Truhy A ? ,_____. 1906
.line N 20 ehn A\Joo aim MO 1, I.ot 8L In W..dl..n _________11 6 112 Ig Goo 1; Smith __ _____ 4.60 WV-, of bit, of : NEVi _28 6 12
W fir NJo; NWIof ___________ 11.0 4U Livininton Truhy Unknown _. .. !
A Cor or S.o 2& NW\4\ ___ II 22 W M Ov..t..t. ___ '. Sub Div, A __---:,.280
'I thence run a 340 It tu apt or ban NW', of NI4!: NF.4 of NW'4 __12 6 22 MO M.. Carrie B Starling ___ a.U Lots 2 4 of of NEVI. nt Ntv.28 8 22
S IIHO ft"V 1284 It N pJS'I N.,4J ..r BW\4\ of SW\4. 12 II 22 au L D Arnold __ ___ 16.M. A Co'. lllk 41 Living-ton. Truby E E Snell! .. _, 2B9
E / && Sub
164 Dlv
It to "brg--20 A\ 111 Porn Newsoms .. .____ 17.611 E1: of WII of 5FV oNEY' I II 10 J A Grabam .. .... ,. .. Et. of NEVi of M
W a.&O .... .._.
'NW'f r: <>t s 1'.of E'4.NE4.! N4 nf N of:If"NEy4:::Y2 6 PI 15 W E Crlrtis ______ 4.03 EIWlof SW(4 yof of N'fu ., : 8E'" of of Lot Co'.Sub a -IIik"i- Livingston- ; -1' 7i.j"i-2& 6 23a W E Snell ?__ .... a.11

I'I'I? filVl: -----------211: 5 Ii 70 C C Court 22.17 NW\4\ oil W of SW4 of S412\ II II 90 L 101 Langley 19.411 Lot of Hlk Dlv 48 of Nt.',, of NE'4 .28 S3 Julius
ofUNWNW \ I A In NEti or SE'4 of NEVI: B1y of Cos Sub Livlninton Truby A Butler ._ ,._, . 2.8J
C..r tiNW Div
'i of It' li w.2S ft' 21 11 Mrs Ann W flspp ____ 1,00 N\ of 8W14 or NWI/,. 'N Lots 1 2I/ 4 of of Bib NEVi' of NEt --28 8 u Lucy
NE4 1 4 '
ex A for 88 of SWVI & Wof In .. English ____
Sfl": of&F church 10Aof,_?2* 11:11: Unknown ._ __ ___ 11.16 8W14 for SF. & 8u of NE A add to Starke in NBVi of NVTVi' 4.84

t All N NVi side of of SW SWVi of % 28 8 21 20 w Ellery Davis _________ 4,83 of AFV k or IIW' W NEy4 S.b it HE part C.of W'f of SEV of' NK1 of!, W of Ry
a of brsneh; i' S of E4 & of of All Silk NWVi _.28 6 22

y' { ..IWof KVi' of SEVi SW(4 -_?y___ aT. 11 B MeKlnney ....._.._ 150: NE'' -. ---I-! -. 11 I II 95 Unknown __ __ --_.91..0 In NEV,e of Svmnlei add to Stark H A Shaver Co :.....____ 21.81
:---- : : ::= J B: ......_ NIq t of 8EyofSWy4 Frank SU1iard .. rit.oil"part of W". ,
Sapp ..
\ All> BRK S \ of NWVi' A of SW 29 I 11 7.U tut: ;, I In WdmllawnJ; -_-_---= J : U Ig F 8 Waolrult = ....- ., 2,09: of SE NE'iv N W Mf IX NE: Corn

a f 'I' All S i N.J of of or rlvrr SEVi?-*-.Nsw'__-_; %-!9 II !j 41)W B Handler; .. ___ T.81 Lot Lot: 1 I In In O\h.'w"; \ -: :::::::::=a : 22 22 g S 'M D Chumhlll.O. Taber =-=--== 9.60 8.611 Lou add,' 'to oil StaVk"of In"NEVi Slk--16.-Templsa.28 1 tt Mrs Eunice C Canova 42.JO

river ____. ___ N'4 of Lots 7 In Woo 10 ? 980 or
NWVi of ----...-.10 S 21 B ITandlry __-_ 89 dlawn .1$ II 22 W HU oD __ A part of Wl NW4
NEV of NEVi -i---. .. ** 8 21 < J K Sapp ....._..-._ 781 Lots 6 8 9 10 11 13 In Woodl.wD.U II 22 81.1 J Robn __ 1886; ? .,., Cor of NE:}', W of k" .
r i NWV -___ :- _- __ .-?H I !t < U McKinney ___ 7.19 of Lot 12111 Woodl.wn _?____14 II 22 : Loon. A Wilson Lot 7 Hlk, 23 01 8EtoNW Mark.\ 28 6 22tt .
Nth 1.60 Temple W
About 7 .A In SE! Cor of NB<4 of of Lot U In Woodl.wn _____---I/ I 22 CUva CI'mona .?..... 1.88 In NEVi of NWV A add to M Turner ---......:..-. 81.14
NEH; A .11 NWV\ of NKV:",. W loOt 82 In WII.wn -_______- -l6 6 :3 10 D G Wilkenoa ... 4 of NEt part of W/
,:'t 1 ofpubllo road\ ex 8 A In NW r Lob 87 88 In W".n -___ __-16 I 23 20 B A Pity 8.84 01 W of Ry A. NE Cor of
Cur-111 A A SEVi of NEVi" 3143 0' Lot 19. 1& all Lot 80 W'AI 4.118 SEt' NWVi\ -.-------.---__23 '

I about >2> A In NW Cur &SWy. ex' ot Lot ftl In Woodl.wn r _____116- II 20 Unknown add "It 11 of Blk :27 Templet ,. Jamra Crren Est .. ._ II!
1,' ) of NEV: A 8 I..... 16 17 In W".dl.wn 110 7.89 to Stark {In NE4! of
"O ft ot } _.19 I III Arthur Gn NW'4
N\\I' NEy1!: o --- _. .. ......._ 8:37: A of W'y of NE&
A W" of NW .r W
1 S 440/ ft of Eel: of NW % SE'4 also mm .t A r.r of Ry
d' y4 elf NWVi. A. N I&n/ of EVj NE Cor ur SW4! or NE'4 run 8 7 Cur orSEVi orNW, -_,-28 8 22
oSW". of NWV A. N 160 ft of W :: 24 rb. b 80 rJs to'SI.rk"8 of In Blk C RiKlnii' add. Mr. Florene E Brook UJLote
SF NWJ4\ A. EVi of W 1.3 rile to W of e.ld NWVi of NW 8
SF4 NWfc 160 W Efery Da..fa of uth -
nf ___ 82.01 Forty tb.nce 8 20 rda to 8 Une of street ----- ... .
__ --
_... -- .28 t
t-- --.A 5 21 40 T J !\fOCI" __ Lota 1 :2 3 4 9 -- tttt ,
m: i of SF.: r ::.. _: 11.18 said Forty Ih.n... E.lI rda, 40 II 12 of Blk 8 Dr P D Hicks .
r 8W,4' 4 -- ---- -- _-Sll 6 21 4:1: F E <:....n __ 7.9 N J O Alvares's add to ? IK
fofNSW\ ----------,----,58 6 III 20 Jamas Good"e" ....... 811 rda to He ----------23 I 12 110 S.m B.lIJnaer ..-......... 14.65 of Madison A W of Starke 9 .
hy e of ? ? Com .t NW Cot of SWj.4 or Walnut _
__ _
SW'4 _________ 80 17.7' loIE'4 Lota 28 6
I 6 Rubcrrt40" 1 8
21 ALenuthy .... 8 4 9
Fy NE4N .. ; ---- & run E 1.3 rd., 8 10" rda, 10 113 of But 4 FrsU Beck ..
: --- ... .
Ir : J o .. .iiw1is;; %- 00 W 53 1.3 N 60 ...... to ben ..l3 5 21 10 Unknown __ Alva add to Slarka a
} NWV. Rob.rle Aben.tbp; __ lua NF.4 of SW ex, 2 A In NE: 86 Mathis ___ 11.29 LoCI': W Walnut w
Car .I r.ranotB
22 8 U..28
.. I 12 .
---? .fl 6
------ _10 6 80 A H Alvn. . 14:78: 22
8U' ------ 21 __ 16.61 --- ,
of! SW'4 --- :_ SF.4 of RE'4 of SW'4 ----.____42 I 13 10 W.lter Butler -- O Alvares's tred Seek ...... .
------?---- II 6 21 40 R II Smith __.... 7.9 : 866 add. to Stark 8 of -- .. .: ....
d NWVi o f ifK': ______-__-n 40 It II or W'4 nf 8WJ,4 01 SE'4e9!: I II 10 W J 8lalline. of Madison .A. W .
5 Smith :
-- 21 4:111 Walnut
----- .. ._
Lot of ----- -- ".69 W n It of Lot 8 eta
6 A of
: Blk
SVi Lot 4 town -- .
6 .___ or -----
___ ---- 23 <
-.--- se 4 21 88 R U Smith ______ On. lot In -- -- 33
14.11 Stark
lots I lawter W of 52 Vi ft J T
3 A Ry E
of fras ( W L A Qulgl.y
8 _97 6 U 807 R II Smith' .. ---------- .1a I 12 Ownt..t by 210 ft W ; .. '.U
III.n Las NitS
4 Lola of Bk boundi-d -
SWVi! A Lots 8 A. 4 or Fran 8EI. _28 D 101 18 town Lawt.y I S by
4 2120 H
1 of S\\Il.. oil ItW'4 of : Warren __ __.....Iltl1 w Ry --- _21 I 12 B L Blanchard ally W by; Bay'St A If
\ _
S'I't jiE\: .29 I 21 40 R H Smith __ ___ 1.59 Cor 10.99 by *
; :4 of 8Ft Com .t NW df Slat-9f b ...
: _____ .roon81.t81- -- .28 .
--- 6
' -------- -- B 21 80 D B W.rron __ 2V -- 23
14.18 Lake .ve N 84 8S W 101
WIy of NW!1 n __ run .Iona W .Id. HH Bolllnarawortla
----- ----- --- 32 6 21 filk 8 R N 1,10Lau
1"lIl 2r E of SE4! .* 2V4 A In of Slat.rat l 110 fttoa pa or bee Starke Cowling's add to
Cor .._ thence W it rlaht anttla I In NEV. of SK'4: .
-- .82 1 18 R II to --- s9 6
--- -- -- 11 Smith __ ___ 11.08 Lot 7 of Blk 11 31
'f 4 State .t 100 In C
Lot1 2 a A 4 NW'4 8W\.6\ ft then N 1 ft" to SUrke Casklaa add 8ill L.1'
I' of sw,' ----------3:1: 8 $1B0 R n Smltb __ __ thin.. E at fight aoyIns Dlk' ----.-----------?-__29 6 22 -
6 In
l.u' 1 A 71 or frae NEUJ _____.O5 6 II 100 .'1.. Land In. Co. 1.0'1 Blab street 10 ft. then,. 8 alon. : i Lots 1 2 G.kins add to Stark ", -.g1 tt W JJ RoHraaraW1lrtll L/1
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.f N 26 A of Lot 8 -___________- ...N5 tI 111 26 Franele R 1\4oG.rl'7 __. 10.83 W aid" of State it 1 ft to the acr* NE tae E: 20 ft A half 4 M M tl.r4a 11.71
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Lot 8lN25AA.ll: Lot 4 _-----16 pt of b.or In brlars lob In E of SEV of BEVi:
8 111 1111 R II Bmltb ..... 12.76 Lawta .. W lesa 20 ft In
> NU, of NEVi A "' 8 A nr Jlf ,2$ I II Uakaowa !! Stark --------_-tt tt
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4 ,, A Lota 8 ,1.8. or at Hotel lot ,n Lawtop; .&roe pi.... of land followlnc ilnsrlail a c 8wrt 1.1.I .

foe 8io! NTof. Ry ......_____--.... I II 171 R H Smith 8 on W .101. of 81a' .a 1011 It". pt 210 ft 8 l .wlt. Beg at a _
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T *e* I have investigated tho story and verified furnlHh a hnnd In the amount of onvhalf of If; "
Description a... R. T. A. Owner Cu.uof 'u. S. GOVERNMENTWORLD'S CHAM-- tho contract prloe.I ,1
I many details including tho discovery The rlxht la morvcil to rvjoet any or all\ '". S
; ;H1-10U; cbn to twit In NWViVisrrTTSTHuTftT' bid..

'11': ; __211 S 22 a UnknowD ... .. _?_------- 8.811 of the shuck in which the girl W R. THOMAS. S .
rt claims to have been held prisoner for Chairman 8 R. A n. Ulntrlot No. 1. Alnchuaouunly -.
'I i ,m SIS Cur of NEVi of N .

w'iiV'Thi'/2;: 8 82 2 Mrs Mary B Chan ______.____ 7.19 PION BOOTLEGGER IS CHARGED six weeks, ni well aa other "dens" in I fluriiln.E 8. MATTHEWS.Clmlrtnnn .
S Knnrd of llnnd 'IrtuiUvt." Hrndfor-l J
isolated,! sections. of the
of NWVi of NE'/i of N city. ('nun) 1'lnri.lnNOTICB d-9.S..6.U..
S ___________________ ? _.. ... :.
31 8 23 18 O C (!(went .. -- That which tho -- ---
BIS j tile shack In gill S
S l NE'4 _______.____________81 8 24 "I W 0 Ilnrrb -- ----- ---- '- OP ELECTION .
: A of 8EV4 of NE'/' __;;_81 8 SJ; 13 Ardull LeonardNB :-:::::::::::: 860 8.72 GOVERNMENT: : !SHIPS "WETTESTON HENRY' FORD'S I'L'tNAbout : was mistreated was the headquarters Py the power "..h'" In thnm. Hut nonril' ot
..3 A of BBVi of NEVi: I'll bile Intttriirtion of Ijradftird County Floelila. S .
"S I old J. W Alv...... _,____._.81 I 12 11 Alva Leonard 6.89 THE OCEAN" HARDING S of n "school" to force tho use of drugs I liipiUy colIc' an olitt'tion. inirminnt *e-
----- ------ IrS
,\ : Cor of SW'4 of NE'4' GIVES PERMISSION:; TO SELL three years ago a representative upon young girls is the belief expressed Ion. 2.: Cfinptrr 701 S. Acta: of 1917, thepuriHiea ,
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1-3 chna. ohm, .
,? W 6 \ of cutiMoUtlitttnir llnrnpton and The .
1 a I 1.8, chnii, N 12'X' clint to .I BOOZE ON U. S. SHIPS IN ORDER of The Country GNltI'munIIk(1( by welfare officers and police are rt...nn Hiutclnl tu ------A---------.31 > 22 8 Carrlo n.nl..u.1t. nnd diltfnatml nn I Ito county. rccorilH '
-l-r MuFuhlun -. -----...-- 0.46t ) TO 'COMI'E'IEV1T1I FOREIGN Henry ]Ford for his vision of the future investigating! the activities. of tho \
"r NE >c 16 A In Nil: to f.1.""! tiiruai. triiHlom ....1 "liitormina, the "

"i InJiiii".q; t ; ; In-SE-81 t 23 2S Alva Leonard -.. --.. _______.__? 6.83 VESSELS"SHIPPING of agriculture. His imswi'r wan Kong in search for clues to the disappearance amoun bo held ti>f mIll Hnlurdny",,,,, lo July Itn aoMOKHcd I. 1022.Bittd, elootlof ..'&SIn .

,1 NW-4 of 8E'''' ------_--- 8 23 Gram Hamilton 2.80 sharp and direct, showing he had given ) of and assaults upon numerous i ror lh. linrinwi. of holding ald elovtlon InThurrfmii ;11I
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,i 8W Cor of SW'4 of NEH dmlrivt' tin. followlntr ninnnnpm are I -. ..
",n N 204 ft, E SJO ft. S 204 HOARD: HEAD STATES the.suIjot't! previous consideration : ) young )Denver girls in recent I nii|>ointiHl (1.I W HinKiin I 'II. K, Mmircr. G.M ;''.I .

W lao( ft to beif ___h_ ____.83 8 23 2EV4 Leah Greust ... G..'6 AMERICANSILL: NOT TK.U EL "Agriculture and manufacturing! weeks. ItimmU;:,: Iniipi'Ctom. Hnd: II 1) Muy,: elork.
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\ '" of NWVi of SE'/4.' Forw\ titirpono of iuuil.lLny saId vlecLlon (nHnniiiUm 5455 ,
A 32 8 23 6 ON SHIPS: KLYING TIH.1R FLAG be brought closer together" was. about Shack is Located tlliitrlct I Iht* follciwinif, tnnnaHDm aro ;
---- --------- -- John 'Culver .___ _.__._.__ 8.04 : : : ,
Blk 1 i-;; Lincoln City, I sdl.otnt..ul 1 H K. hall C K llnnxT A. M. ,
iy,. ot SK'/t W of Uy _____.__8f 8 22 Mary Fra.Icr .-. 2.39 I'NLESS LIQUOR IS: SOLO the way he put it. "Our big city factories Juvenilu court attaches found! the \\illlamii. lnniwctvm M I L W.ut..ra' ..... CI.rlco 'I I ITi. S ,
'f: 7 of Blk S In Lincoln City ----- C I should be broken up into smaller II. WICitilNH. "' ,

of --32 e :2ly !: Taaaq Clark .__.______ 2.80 i shack in which the girl was held! captive 0-ll-4ia-lO: S..I"1
1'1' fafl'IVIfLr: : -- -- -- units and scattered! through the I
-j-- li;
St. Louis Juno 11.-Uoniul that the In n of trees just outside \
of SE'4 W of Ry ________32 8 22 Annl/Miiy Hamilton rifvnl' I districts. grovo ; L .
-- ----- -- 280 1- Hrnooi. ONfUmATIO \ ,
NW also late Buach "wn pospibly the the limits small !
f I'IW'1.'o of hen at Adolphua city -a squat bUiI.1 and Y. \ { .:
putninM tnitpuyere
jine''r. dpurcoB.04 ft W 4 8HO of Ry ft, A thence run -1'',' kaiser's closest!; friend in America," "The centralization of manufacturing jog, with heavily screVned ." ." d'.lrl'l."' "Imn'by iivtitiun your hon S l 1

to W line of Sec.thcnco I of industries in our largo cities is ornblo' body cli'ctlon for tlio purpose f' -1,
I 1C driirei-a N to NW Cor of SW ns charged by Chairman Lnsker tho and) containing two rooms barren of ofVoniiolliliillnic HnninUiil and Therwua achooliantl ,

,f NW'4. thonw E to I.PIC __88 8 22 U Unknown ... 12.18 shipping board was mado at the office economically wrong., Uaw products all furniture except a brass bed SlId! dmtrlt'tit, Thn 'tlwr"uaa schoAl to be trunaported I 2.Lructlofl
-- -- -- --------- to Hampton Tho board of pulillo in-
,,.f SE'!, of_8WM_ & NE'/t of__88 8 22 .. of the Anhcuser Bunch, Inc., today, are shipped! hundreds of miles to tho bed! clothing. aurrra to ni.l>ropriat. *A,00 prr
60 0 C Sweat ... 19.18S
-- ------- -- The vehooliHiRrd
towards J
SWI4f.lWcc, ;; ---l--NW-; where it was said n second! letter was plants and) tho finished goods. hundreds> month tr."I..I.Uon. .
Stripped! of practically ill her clothing Hint no be the driver
.____ ttKitwa .111.1 .Iutl
88 8 22
81 Mr Fnnnlo
E Duboae .
-------------- .. 17.13 "
-- --- of miles to markets. The result is of the car.
of in course of preparation In regard to .ran.H.ln.
of NWVi EV4 SWVi of I the girl told officers she spent : \ YOUNG .OOD SMRS
r-''-'4 -? ------...83 8 22 60 G C Sweat .- ----.----------,. 19.18 tho serving of liquor on board shipping that our railways are congested our .O \ VIMJNUOLOOOO
: '.. SW- r-r SWVi of NWVi most of her time in the Lied! in an effort I S

N of'SwV._ _______"_--_i__._Fn_83IP 8 22 8 'Kinit Chandler .--- ..-----. ...88 I board vessels ami answering Mr.Lusker's terminal: are congested, our streets to keep warm. Her meals consisted 1.M (I.YAKU BENNETTC S

; Cor A. ex of 1 SW A %for e*church A __83 8 22 16 H O' Cnann -----..---.--..-- 8.94 charges. of connection with are congested! unit! gieut masses of mostly of sandwiches brought I'M .1 J 1'111..1'1' ; '; '4 .

n .t NB Cor of SWVi of SWVi Germany. people live crowded together The C M IIUMI'IIRKY "
from" downtown by members of tho
un S 8',{, chna, W 18 dejrreeN MILS MAE MAVH +
? linn of aid SWVi of SW The letter will slate that the An- whole system is wrong. HanV. Sho was given! much "1101)4)" I U M\Y
(hence B to .beff .---- .---.33 6 22 2 00 Sweat __ __._____________. 8.70 When asked what ho would do for c; W HINSW1MK ,
,,f NE''t y.-'r > .civa; ;; heuscr Bunch organization reserves I and moonshine whiskey, nho said.Tio : MUOItKIt .
>2M ft of NE'A of NE% exIV laborers to operate his decentralized! 1 W i f'
!'Ai -chna -- -_.34 e 22 ,p John L Green .. .............. tho right to protest when tho! United girl declared! she was captured T 13 1''CKI.1: S
In NE Cor ';i-N\V'V--; N w 9.91// States government buys German beerto factories, he replied "Use farm la- i by members of tho gang In u downtown 'r T 11UYAN

i"i"j8F'g: 6 22 8 Tom Pnvlii .. .. __.____.. __... 4.H8 I bor. Give these people] work in tho I KOKIIIJCK; S
if SEir--' 8 22 85 K L Crlin- -- --.------------- TOt Bell on its ships and will not let street, taken to the nhnclc and 1 :./ UWSLEY. .
,qunro ,In 813 Cur of NEVi ot- C S i factories when work i is slack on the <
American beer bis made the kept for nix weeks M HMO .0.4t..80!
"". _..34 6 22 8in announcement n prisoner duringwhich __ .
--- ---------- Henry Dnvli ........____... 2 81 I ------ -- S
,f SW'4 of SE'/i. _____.,______:34 6 23 ) C II Mark ._ ___...____._..... 2.21 said. farms. Then I let the manufacturers timo she bi'camo a drug nddiib.! I PETITION SCHOOL TONHOUDATION
>f S .'i. .______-__________34 6 23 40) Tom Pay). -- -- _.-- ......... 7.69.fNW&N'ofSW'4..85 help organize the farms on n liuslI i- W<*. tha 'Ot nnil uixiiayvraof ;
". 6 12120 C C OrllTl ? ...,...:--------- 21) .)'7 The'' announcementdeclared that if v The girl escaped! from her captors I. I Hamiit4iil un.I".I"n..1 dl.lrilt 1'.lrn.'by potllum, your lion I
f SK>4 35.as 8 22 40 GC'FiiIa) ...____._________ I ness basis with modern! atachinrey. I .
> -- -----"': ------- 7S9 ,the government decides to nvrke'an: investigation I power ,by, jumping through \vlmlow whilo hlty lo .al I nn t.lucl Ion for tlie plrl"| S
-- ..110'
ufSE/4 ... 8 22 40 G C Sweat "
7.BD )
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-- ---- ---- If this done 111 Th'r.1
NE"| & 81!%!, ;of; NBV, ot N of this matter, "we will I was properly it Is her captors were all absent.' Shu "' .I.lul. IH""n." nrhool to .,. 'lrun 1
____...__________________36 6 22 100 T ., Alderman J E Futch that surprising how few d.iys In a year ro-I l>ort"l.lrIIA. \h 'I IIu.. boiinl of publlo In.* ,,
I, M Lnnxley ---___________ IS.(tl etotublihh, by a reliable witness, )ported! her terrible experience to 'Mructlon Inll'wl. spur.iprUilu" ')6.UU err S.
.r NW" __ ._____--______an .o.. .2 411) J A Coli'mnn .. .... .......__. 7.511 :Mr. Lusher hits said! that ha went to t most farmers would need to woik on nile court officials\ who now have '' month towanlit. trHniipoitHtton., ''h. nchmdiHmrd S '
,f SW'2 1 22 RII M M Grlirln .. ___________.__._ 11.73 I If their farms. The remainder of tho I BMrrven, that no chllil dull the drlyorof
SW'/L ______----------- 2 1 24 40 Unknown -. .. -....._____..... 7.69 1 President Jlarlinwith./ tile whole |I ill cimfody.IK ht'r'l the rita. b S
'I SW4 IJ in NIV time could work in the I Iran.l.orln/ KKKN .
oX I they shops. ___.. c
____________.__________ 2 1 22 21., C 11 Mnrku ? .. ._________"__. 878 I matter, and told him that the sale of !' .1 I'lOAUPRT : '
,f NN'S' 1 22 411 .1 O' Cnlnoy -. ____.___-_..... 9.37 liquor on shipping board ships would Obviously :Mr.. Ford! is preparing to I CAPITAL! STUt'CIvWhat M 1IAUAN j ,
____ .. __________ lIMirNUAUClI, I.I I.
A of NWM of SW'4 h S 1 22 28 11-nry Mill'hell Sr 7.59 I his Ideas into lie is I. I II : '
.( 911'o.SW, \ ______________ 8 1 U 2(1.( AT W CrilT -. ___________.___. 8.01 I help to solve the board's' financial put practice. reported I IIITNT I
rNE--------------------- 37 224O.WWCuIema 7.69 to bo purchasing W KUICII IS
-- ------------ waterpower
:, SN" of fj ii-6-S /; T I'I'nr problems and that he said that Pr 8- Would bo the! effect upon industry J /"ON ,. a

994 ----_-_ 4 1 22 30 Dr E: M Wibnter .- -_______.___ 11.05 Ident Harding replied to him 'Mr.: sites all through :Michigan. Some of V ,I .KRO S'S
NWVs. 1 24 13 O C Sweat ___.. 4.USUnknown I them are quite large others : if capital refused to take any B HARI'ISR >
,fNJ: '/ oTt ,}.f ------:::: : '1 22 20 .. = _= ..--..----.... 4.86Q Lasker you are chairman of the shipping many arcnot chances I in iIlVl'ktl11'ntH-lf it should! J K Ii'i114K1t s4 It
1 22 40 C Sweat 8.61 capable of ilevelopiirf more than MAYNKH .
4 -- -- -- --- ------------- ; I
.t rfwW Car of- 8W'/, of ir' ; board) ; ;you know what to insist upon mortgage I loans and I be satisfied F JOHNSON S.
: he
'un F. 7311 Ct. S ISO Ct. W 7'JO I twenty horsepower." Evidently pur.poses W II I'ARKS 'I
24 ft 1 22 3 Amy Lea 8.10 with low net ,' urn.1Vhllt. o w I.II.I.Kr: '
-- --- -- -- ---------------- ; to establish sonin very small \
OB b"o.'t iswiI i
A I in : E i IIn'nclI"lIils Ruling I I. I''
would) ) if should strike < JOINII. "
$;E" ___._____.__________ I 7 22 2 Georirla", Johnson .. .. _.___..... 1.88 I liramhcs. All this in addition to his. happen capital ", J '. : ,'Nn"R ,, '1
nr l'I'h .f NW'.4 ft SWI/' of \Vanhington Juno I Prohibition ambitioun, for Muscle. ) Shoals. ugh I rist reductions I in I its I earning I abilIty .T V ": L 2 I
'tW'4' & SW'lo ________________ 6 1 22 2411 R II Smith) -. _______.__.__... 41 89 Commissioner declared today plans) W 1 '.f( ANDER I ,. ," j jIm
Sf of 7 1 22 20 Lllllo Woo.1-------------------. 8.71 Iluyncs Henry Ford is the type of man who I industry I/ !' a nil! trantiportuliiiti! 7 K IB YI' ,
.fS .1W h.NW
S' \ .. % in formal statement referring I AHA 55 '
a / Coal miners on strike to enforce .5 ,
NW'Io ____- _____________ T 1 22 80 G-T Sweat .. ...___.___________ 10.B2InrVrlit I clings tenaciously to an ideal until he go MRS: I' M IIKNIIY
the "prohibition afloat" pamphlet issued their demands and! thereby A A FUPdl /l
A nn N enl .t W of NW'4 I on Olwrlltors
.. NF11: : of Rv ____________ 8 1 22 1 Odom .. .. .......... 283 the Anheuser Busch )proves it wronnHI' IH ('lIIwllll'e.llhllt A A llllllllbNn ) 4 h. .
by f
;I\VI" "f NF.III A In 111 E Cor__ 9 7 22 90 C II Marlu -- ---------------- 880 company great ninnuf act,n ring centers breed lnll impose heavy cconuniic losses on JOHNS (
W nf NE" & aW'/a of SEW:\ of I that ho would! ac t in a "vigorous/ all classes. of Transportation K II WATTRIISONi u ,
"IV'1o' __. --_--_____________. 7 22 GO T..T Alderman J E Futch sorts of social ailments. I including la1)1)1' persons. W H A 11.0.0. 4. .
L M Lanw,. .. -...._..... 9.67Mn.Eliraheth manner to enforce the law" as soon l class] differences and! workers talk of quilting their 1 jobs S M I, : '
,\ '' of NW'4 ._ __.______.___.11 1 22 40 C GrllTn .. ______ 11.17 the of and the troubles u .1 W w\I.atMON
tFt .. __._____________ .BO nt department justice because they are asked! to accept lower I if if 1
I of SW ____ ..___________11 7 22 411 M W OrllTIa 7 lack of sympathy between other industries ..
''II.. _____.__ __ _' n___- .__14 7 22 61D Paul Bros. .- .. .......______ 01.84 courts have ,determined whether the pay under 1 the pinna for economic w i. nuco
would l ,
and w
agriculture. 8-1-4t'.31
IIf NE'1 & NW' .r Nil")1E'4 I \
II or NWI4 & W''. of I I Volstead act applies to vessels !sailing correct these things and incidentally readjustment.' -- -.- -- S

W'',, & SIt4' _.___ __________15 1 23 400 Pout Ilron .. .. ________________ 72.45 under the American (11111(. He! declared N01KB OP AITIICA1ION FOR ( j \
WI1 of & S".., of NWY correct many of our tr portalion Persons who have their money invested "IAR'f1 ::11'C,1 .).
t N 'f'w '/ __ : _n 1 23 Ifill Mm E n Dee m_________:.__ 29 11r he wuujd not break one law to enforce Notlrn In h..hy iilviin Hint .
railroad .
I:' or ilW\4! \ .---___-_-__-__-_-_-_-__ 7 22 411 II Riven -. ____n.__.______ 7.B1) difficulties through a system of !industrial I in coal mining or In : and our: B :IMII| >Uwill llonornliln on July A. V n, ). S l I\\
__ ____ _.___________ 21.M7 another. 'I 1U.JU apply 3. tlte tnl I.1,0
tNE': &NE'4ofNW'416'\ I 22 1211 K n I'eon' I decentralisation.; stocks! must take what in left after Court of Bradford. .5 fi
or : ____ ___________ ____1" 1 22 KII MraEhIDtrx -. -_____._______ 14.78 .1 of tlm. Circuit bin l o'TIm In Iho City of : i'r,
'NF1 8H J Hump Junta 5.80 There some subjects on which the costs of operation have been paid.Tho !. I). I 1'1..11" nt .
of ) T 22 lire
---- -- ------------- nt I o'clock In the ,
N-I f.jVI "
S In yds I<: Cnr y..i-SeaS i St. Loui" June Charging the undertaken', 1''lnll 1'.rlll. S
many 1 people] believe Mr. Foril JH visionary government has .n."n. or n. aoon t lr..e tln.r na we cnn
& W 80 yd la. N 70 ydn, ,
run )
f !8(1( yd 1.. S 70 yd to beir ____10 7 22 1 Wm' Kulch __ ______._..________ I'.Ol United States is "incomparably thebiggest but when it comes. to operating I| limit tho earnings of the railroads but our lit Iti'ard.HHiiicltilifl for nn Into'"rdu'. botlv Incorpurullitir corpornti..' .I to a..ha i 'S
it nt 810 Cor of Sea 19 A run world" a ''it "All) ANI .IIUUIAI.' KOCIICrY." S I
Bootlegger inline establishment has assumed no responsibility InS known an .
W MO ft. N 33Ji 3-10 ft to a pt I a manufacturing 'lii of anid Assoclnlion l I. to create S
,f her, thence N 21ff) 8-10 ft. Kor I letter written by Augustus A. Butch. everybody! admits he la I singularly free I' teeing that the returns. regarded as u fund" ,for Mlijiit thn biirlnl. of thn "..".1. rare for the '

.11,}>ft,.. s W ios 420(ft.ft E to 3iii hen) ft._-s-_114____1ft 7 22 n W Swln.lel .. ______________ S.I1) president'! of Auheuser Dusoh {Inc., en of illusions. When hi- plans) a business !- fair are made certain. uustiui.ick, poor:: and nnil: for tn> I ,;': ,.of tho uf Ita said mem Aa

S t K.'..'..'. add to Hnmptnn __10Is 7 24 John C Smith .. _.__._______-. 4.03 route to Europe on the steamship H 15,5111. 1r.n'' :
., 1 2 8 4 8 6 of Blk 16 In move he Htmlu'H, every detail. The I What would become of millions of Tlm propimcd' I Bhall nut be fur I S
.. .___19t. 7 22 W 0 Seal .. 4.83 Georj'e 'Wnshinltton and forwarded toPresident : : : : .e I
Hnmpton i results. ho has ,achieved) are ampleproof industrial I woikcrx I in nil I I linen i of activity ;prolll lint *it ,, r.Lrlv. nnd ,,,liliu.tsi' prop
.I t. 8 6 7 8 !) of llk 14 & Lola nnd miilnt'inancenf S
10 11 12 of lilk \\, \Hnmiiton _.11 I 22 A A McDonald! ._ ___________ 27.72 I Harding, was published here of unuHiial I foresight.\ I if capital I Kboutd go on strike, ? iity' I thn for corimrntlon.Thu HIV I I'HtiilillMlununt' S
of SRi ex 2 A In SW Cor _.20 7 22 70 W II Miocker ._ .._____..-_.. 14.73A today together with an accompanying I d ulinrtpr, U now on file In the '
In SR) Cur of NR'of NW".21. 7 2a 12 L R Kolch -. .________.-... 2.60 S He recognizes the dangers. business What would be I he effect upon almost I .'lie, of proiimi|th CMeik of the Circuit Court ot ',

of' SEVi Of NW% SW/. of 22 BO Wm Knlch 113.20 I ]letter Adolphus.. Busch III. A third is facing b in gathering millions i I I of laborers : any industrial! community I if men with llrndford"' l.'iiunlv.. I'lorldil. 5 1 '5 5 1I.

.lrE!, .' n==:=:::::::: :::::::::2') '7 22 01)3 T'nul II nM! ..- :::::::::::::::: 3)3:WI) I letter by Anheuser Hu.ich. Inc., addressed I into our great cities, where, they should refuse to use this mon .1.All.U'ARNRH.I 1.13)1K' SII.

111 .. ___. _____________._____24 1 22 fllD Paul Ilrol .. _____..._________ l.811 to members of congress requests money C.: HIII'.ilMAN.: ( I Ilv.
,VII ex Wu, of SWVi ______--_____ .28 7 22 60! I'aul Urea .. ....______________ 119.n are dependent upon their daily jobs. : ry or to n"suml' (l..bt.R In nrler t.O expnnl M AI.IHIIIHH'.,, /
so. Hrooklyn Land Co __ ________. 14.711 investigation of the enforcement S
W14 of SW'7 23 an II II MIICIIKLI I .
lie wants to J'l.'tllWIlY from nil this by their industries with the growth
NW4 of NE'; & of NW" 28 7 22 1:10: I'aul Broi -- ___._________m__ 21.87 of-the ; ,I KAIH .I()IINS IN. S S
Four A In NW _o'l: } EVj of SW : department government,S moving his plants] to the open ('ounl..ywh.rl of,the city ? ELI.A I'ARKblt.
__ 3 J.nnle Uiek.on __ _________.___ 1.n the
1of NW>4 ex 1 A for church 27N" 7 22 in relation to prohibition service tho 62.41.623NI :
of NE'SW'/ of & life is simpler and where I Whilo men and! women are talking
E'4( or NWV A NW<4 of JSWII--27 1 7 22 240 rail fleos __ _______-._____.. ..3.511f I The letter of Augustus A. Busch to, workers will have Homi-thing besdies. Ktrike to strikes to T K;- ''IN A i,'"luSt hA 11(214- S SI
:'.(, .,f SWill of NW' __.. ____ -28Xtl 7 22 20 J II .Wilson __ _____________ 4.03 his. in part or actually resort I In 1'" ri County Jiltlu**, Itiinlford County,
companions : '
NW" of SW" S of Ry-13 ( says tho weekly pay envelope la think :'enforce their demands, they may well of liirlilu. S
A A N'V of SWVi) of SWf ____28 I 22 33 P J Puree ._______.____._ 6.10 "We are now approaching the coast, /11. 1'.1., of J. F:. WIlson and 1.""," WilMon. S
.MWI'< of >JE'i\ .- .-.___________29 1 22 40 Unknown __ _________ 7./111/ I about. He realizes, moreover I that I take into IIccount the fact that theyI II. .
(. It 10 of Blk Sub Dlv of NE lof France. As this vessel is operated dislocated Noll.'i. U hi'rc'hy vlvun to all wlu.in It
(.In 2 I hinli fiviirht! rales have industry would halo if other and
jobs men
hot NWH __________._______30 7 22 4 .Walter Whiten __ __________ 1.811 the United States fihlpp\ board I no aoncurn I Putt on tho 2 lnl) duy of AuitiiKt, 'l:
S 4 of that portion of NW'i' I by nur ,S and! that many industries, must women ilid not have faith enough to 11 I uliull: niiply: to flu llunorublo I Itl' .
E14 W Kht & I amazed to learn that the shipping : ,1 Jiullrii" of muil. count ait Juiltcu of -
I of A L
lylnit S Hy
or W.I ____ __________.______30 7 22 4 E H JoneS .. _______________ 86.15 I am be relocated! to continue in business. make Investments in Industrial enterprises. ,' :for my linn I I. dlHolmnio! He ailmlnwlratorof ;,
Lot 7 H II 10 11 12 U 14 of Blk board.! vessels are tho 'wettest on must be made why not i, luUt of J K. Wlkon unit l.itura Wilson. l '1
4 in Hnmpton- ______ ._-____30 7 ,22 Mr Htltcr Jones __ ____.______. 11.41 the I Since changes : These persons nn> surely$ en- .,duofiisi and that at the .Hn. time I S
Lot EHO I ocean. (!I') a complete job! ? He believes. the titled to consideration. when will 1 prceunt my llnnl arcounU admliaittrntorof s
a ofBlk 301n Hnmpton x Home
) ft. __ _30 l' 22 W G Seals .. ________,______. U5 Bars Guaranteed"I : of farm 'I'I I I cat I,) Mlils.: Iii: ask for: h:1. appirwal.Iliitvd 2
All SWV W ofRy I training/ of thousands ,peopleS earnings lire [being discussed. Jilnu 111 A II lff.2 5

WVi. f_SEVi_ of.__ ,__ _t _.10NWJ4 7 22 7 Walter Whitlen __. __________ U1 learn that passage on these ship, 1u'Itrl1I will help M. I"". WILSON.AdinlnlKtrnlor S
.. _______________. 7.5'0 in manufacturing iJ1< I must he satisfied with what of Kntm .1 K Wllnon nnd I.aura
of NW% ._______________80 7 22 40 Gen H Verger have }been sold with positive Capital S .
N 1' Caul hen 21.87 a money business methods, into Wllmm. 1J'e.'seuI n-li' |' t-l| .-p'l' '
SE'/J of NWVi A Nit of SW", .__30S'A 7 22 12U -" -- --------'--- put better agriculture it receives or accept tho alternative '.f ---- 'S t '.

of SU of NFJ' NWfi! atSEVi W F.! Allirood _____ IK,HITB : back guarantee that the bars for the and help bridge tho gulf NOTICE ::1I i
.31SWA : 7 23 100 withdrawing from activity. Capital
/, of*:;N'W'"l i-o'_ _NE'A_____.of.-.__SE'l__:__;-34 7 2t 40 W K Alhrood : __.::::::___ sale of intoxicants, would be thrown that farm and city I life. I The 1".d of I ounty C'ommliuilonenl of A I '
NW'of W'7 2J 40 1 I'aul Bra .. .. _____________ 7.80 depurates assumes nil tho rsiks of success and .. ,"' "1".1.11. wil ...et nt the 'sj .4 1
?f $ of"N"EVv"of"slEViriniNV. : 1* Hi 8 -Unknown .. .. .-...-....... 2.21 wide open as soon as they passed out- The ultimate success uf his plun appears courthouse In thi th.. .. Mondny July 5 5.4514
<, of N 4J3t i I I in undertaking. Labor is '
80 G M Bennett .. .... 14.73 failure i i an I., 11i24, tin a eiiuuliiiera for Il,. pur J i
--a5 7 22 ------ --- side the three mile coast line. This '' h.a,1
SE'/i -- ,- to depend; whether or lot of l.crin.. anil lviui tea*
E'{ 1 NK'i of Nn ox i-I 8 A AN' I i upon under moral obligations to take fully piHii ciinTiitiLllHM\ .. "
__35 T 22 20 J E Phillip ---- ---------- 5.03 makes the United States incomparably ulture be mudi Hhort-tiiiic! I timony an to the valim ,,r any rval S
of NK'4 of SB'j! of NEH \. S agri/ < can a into account the rights of capital to u or perHoruil or mlxnil. an nxi..l ;(h't:
NKV; of NWVi & NEH of SB" the biggest/ boptlegger in the thi.s people'' 'lax Aimeaeor for the year 1922. .the S V
job. On assumption many (
"r )lW Vi 4 WJ4 of SWVi of N P II Neal .. _____.____________ 12,41AiihI,4 fair return In the way of net earnings owneni or of mich | .. S EI.
10 a".nI
KM"-- __..__:.__. .__...______85 7 22 world. will not agree with him, and 1 for what'' bo ,|I. M." ( 'NrP.: L'' ,
with must
of?.NW._ ->A.'_of- NE'i.--E---ofHy -- 3 8 22 14 S P Cuffurd ._ ________________ 610 I|I "There are two reasons which I be- appears to be very excellent r.aKon".1 I Men make investments money if indim'try and O. W.Clerk A LIIEJIM coil Auditor A N. lh..nun-l I..J I 'U 1J

Beit at quartCrlea lino on )half lit'velhould impel us to bring this. information _. .. _. -
But if ho Is right it means \ ----- -- -
mil!* pout on N line of Sec 3 A business arc to prosper.Tampa, Trib S
run S HO deureea K 1 IS ft for a to the attention of the president ning of a revolutionary change both 'I COMMIHHIO.NKKT HAI.K '
MartIn ntaid, ft baby 50 ft I une. Ilurehy notlre In ulven that under and by S
the chief is related to
from center of It,. track thence ; reason in agriculture and in manufacturing. virtue of that ortaln decree of partition made t tJ I
84'4' devne K parallel with ... the duty of defending the constitution works out it and unteri his I
Hy 50 ft, thence N SB''lI ,degree Whichever way plan ( ..-- a "etC. C5 & *_. '",,ty. lorliln. In ,. on the j
E 40 ft. thence N 34> W HO ft. thence tI,' -,'. W faithfully executed. f**.c if* ')1.*..v nil in r> .iy yurlfjflaA end I.. Ir.w. complainant, and) aimlnnt J. F. I>. E I

10 ft: to pt, of be*'ln NW'/i of .. ___ _______. 4.17S94f'N'orY4 iment.-The Country Gentleman. i.'lIodtha. : W'. ..1., ",..n I..r tt, ...... .t ilitri'mliinta, the unilvntltinud a* com .5
"E Vi .__--n.. ..-.-- .----_ 2 8 22 B C Owiiley "As manufacturers of legal prod .Cb. mlmiloniwa wi offer and aell In front of the S

IIW% __A_u W',4_-!_--of-_-NW'____\___*__ 3 g 22 202 W C Foater _. __________ 12AA 7.6U ucts we have been forced for twoI DENVER GIRL TELLS: DOPE RING: i.llf, i JVtqorn". a frunb..louv l.hi. durlnir:: the the legal cotirthoune houn Jrn aalw HlHrke.: on Mon Klor I S ,:

NE% 8 8 U'O Unknown .. .. ---------- I to meet unfair and unlawful NOTICK day. the Urd day of July A 1>. 111... to theIIIhOMI.
E Vj of fNE------------, I years SECRETS Notice I In honhy ulvvn hat the unilrralvniltin ) arid heat blddur for cash In hand. *ub.
HE'/. f NE>. A SKli exf EL.J. of competition in practically every city I'* bt*>n fii.|>oinUMl) ,lrnlnlMtrntrjt|* of thit KNl : j..t lo that certain mortuaue from I'olly A. i '
W'At : SE'/i' 4 of HEVi __ :_____ 9 8 22 1110 John LeRoy n ute hi nlon ------- 34.96w .l., of William C. I'owitll, <|....IIM.<|, law or I'rew and J. F. Ontw, her husband, to the
of NE'! of NE' A NW of I and town in the United States. For Juvenile Court Hearelrd Story of Stark. Urmlronl Ciiunly: i'I.ir4ia.: ::n.| nil Hunk of Htarket corporation, the aura r
wvj'f 'sV'i : the United States to set aside its creditor. *. Irat".s. .00 and .ln' .' from .21, 1V21. 5. i' Sat
con- Girl:
I'eddl.bduclinl, .
*EJw'l.; A NWV. lof tn.F.'l. Drug ( law unit ill prtlr having claim or ilvmanil ton per cent per annum laid morticatfe be.Inif S

"W'/j of SWVi of SW',, ________ 9 8 22 2M) L M LannleyUnknown .. ._._ _-_-----._-_-_-__-- -_-_- 61811HK: stitutlcn and laws in the operation of atcnlfiNt aalfl ...'aUt will prwvnt them to the thtlmt r'CvrIal In M""I.... ,Moulr "V." latf*
8 22 8 umpninw| iluly authenticated) Hull, of the I'unlle ,. of l>rail ford Coun.ty .
W' 1IF. '! of NWI = :
EI? :1 o :1 SWlt of NW" ::ll 8 22 6 Unknown .. .. I. :--_ _- 1.88 .its! own business enterprises Increases A lurid tale ot how she was kidnapped prfNertbfl" by law or the ;.nm. will beforever rlorlila, the, followinv.. diicrlbed property. .

N1I20 ft 0"1NE'4 nf SW'4-HI A. our difficulties many fold, because it by members of a "dopu peddlingring I IlnU l 1..01.tlila the Zftth day nf Mil*. A. I> 1922, l.lt I '1
E 446 ft of S.J'1.of SW'- FLORENCE E I'OWEU.. The W.t n.1 of H.ulh..t CJuarUir of '
14 A S'4 of :;w'j, of S0.". j I I encourages violators of the law to renewed ," taken to a squalid shack on the A. /. ADKINH. Administratrix.Attorney Northweet and North Half of North '
,xW4A&WI4ofSWIlOfSh and greater activity. Inr K.<.t. "-II-v"-.-' weet Quarter Buuthwent Cjuarter of Seo S
'10 8'"f" NE'4: of SEV4! ex t Brooklyn Land Co -....--- 1..21 I outskirts of Denver, starved into submission tlon 21. fowMhlp 6. Mouth of Itanice 'it Eaut.containititf .
A In NB Cor N"ot"Ry ___-----13 8 22 75 Illegal Money Making and! assaulted was related to NOTITB TO UKHTORH ANI ("NI''UTO"4 4O came more or leee, alai he
All NEU of 8E> N of Ry .. B A vlnninK$ .fe the Northeaet Corner of Mouth
4 All ln.l..bt.Ut. of Ely S
In NE C-or of S'i of NE<4 of I "I understand that the shipping Denver juvenile court officials by a 17 lurks iwriMim I late of llra'lford nountjr. frlurl'la. .lo-! wajit Quarter of Northeaat Quarter of S.e- S

S.J'.4II. % A. *x ehm H A in board has brought to the notice of l whose is. being rraM:: ol.llIcho.1 girl name
SE Cor with atorehoua-A 3i( of 2 21 year liavlnir elann erly of Southeast of
P. forthwith. Anil all
SEVi of8E'/i; ______.__________.13 8 22 29 IN Cable -- ----. ---------- thigh t officials of the government the withheld.The ....h'"t laid ..tat. hall peranna Ol. the came. duly ,, t H.hn.. / 1'lr. tionLine

N NWVof NEV4 A Wjy I> Clayton _. _____. n, 9lW4 auth..ntleat. R
Wf !: .14 8 23 8"0 L M Lanffley .-. -. ..--- 2901, fact that it could not compete on thehigh girl! declared that the "dope within on. year frwm date h........'. orlb. point Un W. .,
;'WIo' f-S ____:..:15 9 22 200 __ __ ::: 7.59 I with the of other ..., will n forever barrml.bated thence Kaat UO frat U> paid ,, ., /
UnknownColumbia -------- / seas ships nations holds. I
Lot ____ ________21 g U 8* ring" gang abducts and ) captive thla lltth ilay of J.iniA. n. 1022. thence North to the point of bevlnnlnir ofHeetlon
w vV" f s'wii i"NEvT of sww! Farm Land Corp.Davl .. ___ aUI I and obey the constitution and girls. giving them morphineand R K HICKS: 27, 'lownahlp 4, HUlh. Itanve tl r.n t.eontalnintf .
Sfcl/4: 22 1811 7.52swt 3 I young Administrator EnlaU Ely hide receae.L 12 aer* tea. | *ald above
!lw'/ fONWII.Io'8, ; : U 4') Lionley -- ---------- the Volstead act. And either by direct I IP" cocaine In an effort to create anew 8.1.-v..8- .*......' landa lying m.and betnir In the County

< :of'NE'2 lose 10 A'ln NB'Cor indirect the board! of UradforiJ and Hute of Florida.fl. t(
means shipping and
A EVi" of NWVj A NE'4 of market for their illicit trade I NOTICE TO I1HIDOE! CONTRACTORS A. KNKilir 'I

SWVI EVi! of SWVi lees 10A 22 HO Brooklyn Land Co __ ?..______ 314', i M permitted to do in the dark that ,! frequently force-; their rnptlvf i onto 1 t Sealed prnpoeala for butldinit a brltli/e over T. J. OKIrKIN.

a UnA SE p:; w'i"---- -:::- ::: it 8 8 iia 13: W F Fuller -- ----------- 2.4!1 I which Is illegal to do-In order to the Santa Fe river on the' 1..C.Hrook. E. L. BlOCS,
W of ; NEVi -2 the street in a life; of shame. mad will ha received by reprea..nttlve of Cofmnlpmnnera. SII.

E'oNW. A E ( Aaw of !2t26 Devi Donley .. .. ------- 1S.07 make money. I II welfare officers the Board of Bond 'Crua .. of Mpectal Road M. JOIIN.4.Holieltor .
88 and
14 of NE'4 .., 8 22 Juvenilecourt. I and Rrlilice' Dliitrlvt N... I. Alachua County, for Complainant. 4-2-5UA30 5 S
I "We submit to the president that .. flortda. and the Hoard of liond ''....-. of ,
': of the United State fas long as Itradfonl County Florida at the brldtre alt*
Orj ao.... i the government's toleration of the ships until 8 :9n p. m. Tueaday, the 27th day of No Worm in a Healthy CbiUT,. '
I 1 i I Otyy ... 'I I violation of the law by the shipping the Volstead act was operative on Jun. A. I). 1922.
The Average Way. A New York Judge .ay* that he&a I The bond truntve will furntah th. mats All chUdrea troubled with Worm hv an DO

On* trouble with the country U tile I wife take monpy from h r nuatand's I i! board Is proof that prohibition laws these hips, gives us a real sentiment lala delivered at the brldir .lt. Th... ountraatnr b,altbycolowhkH ii.poor Mood, aod a* e I
of the American will .b* required' to furnish all lahnr biciUand nil,, her* to more dbitiubauce.C.KOVE .
wny so maul of our young mea feel flocltet he> ls entitled to a 00 I| all now written are either impractical 'of a considerable part equipment mveneary to build pail brl.t.... s TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC giv-o re u- I

tJlU .there'a no chance to get to 111* per cent drawhnck. Of course he la. and non-enforceable, or are being dJs- 'I people with respect to prohibition Plane. and epeelncatlima may .be artrn Hradfnrdrountv at theoll'le. Icily fur two at thre* week will eorkb. the 61.I..1 1
I of Bond Trneteea
of Board
top In thIs era of corablnntlon. connol but what dol'S that prove? Does be regarded deliberately. and we believe a great majority 8larke rlorlila o. at the ft office' of the' Improve Tonic thdUtlon.and to the _act a.a(Nature eneralStremithenlon will thee-

Idatlon huslneM. and so conteotedly at a time. gentlemen; I I desire modification of the Volstead. District Engineer Koirtn 8, llalnl UuildInK, .bo a
and bill fet It? Qpe "The fact that citizens of the Unit a GaInesvIlle riorlja. throw off or dlapel w..n", I(be Child will he

nettle down to dr as llttU ine at a t'.iue.\ -Waaluogton 11447.141I ed States would! not buy passage upon 'act." 'fhe aucenMful bidder will ... required to J""de' be"if' Pleueal t.Ak/3a p.11

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FRIDAY JUNE 23, 192:.

evenin .
:Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster IIpent I son of Mrs. Ollie Handley, who passedaway her Monday.AAlbert g of ,
Mulled Jack,
I' wherehe : Miller made a OI lie
Monday afternoon in Stark in a Jacksonville hospital ,.
here Friday ate:
= Butler Thursday. I It
to Lake
Mrs. Bloxham Ward and children, had been carried for an operationfor ,
of Georgia, spent the week-end h..re I, appendicitis. The body was taken

( 11! at the home of M. 1' Matheny.The to Mayo for burial. Beetles his mother THERESSATheressa : Williams visited i
Items I brother and two sisters II. S. Roebuck I
County News I many friends of I. W. Pinhc he leaves one -

i' I ster Sr., rill Pine Hill, are glad to besides a host of relatives, to : June 23.-Mr. find vi11e Monday.
his loss. The community extends -. visited friends. <
this mourn
know he Is much improved at for
: Jas. Phillips, left Monday
I its deepest sympathy to the and Wednesday.
Our i
I Gathered; During the Week by writing. I tended visit with relatives in
iMUrMtinf Facts Regular Correspondents. Mesdames M. P. Matheny and C. J.Crt'ws grief stricken family. I II Mr. and Mrs.\ T. T. Murphy Brooklyn folks th"; \
entertained their Sunday ache I II left at Christian ,>
1 MILLER I tie son Cleveland,
\ I;' classes Saturday afternoon with a after night: were Mi '
.1)Y ?
... --- home in Larkins
-- thVir
.. .. Mathen '. I
social at the home of Mrs here for the past five : Eugene Heiberger, it
will visit relatives at VIdalia June 23.-Itev. F. B. Joyner
She Miller
4 LAKE BUTLER I doRta. A social was enjoyed set the home Youngblood, ,
t Ga., before her return. of W. Crews Saturday.night. filled his appointment! at Harmony i Messrs.and Arthur :Monroe was visiting fi,
June 23.: -Math Duk.. Master! Leslie Futch is the gueBt :Mrs. G. B. Colson Is on the sick 1 H8t Free Will JJaptist church Saturdayand I Saturday
Luke Butler, of Leoslur :. I Starke Tuesday.
businci of his uncle, T. G. Futch ; this week. Sunday.N. I
of Five Mile, was. transacting I I Mr. and Mrs.! J. B. Prevatt of Star; I Sunday school every Sunday afle H. Stores attended the schoolboard I Mr. and Mrs.. Iwonard Hosey of VaM{
a in town Tuesday.) of his sinter, !Mrs. J. 3 F. meeting in Lake Butler Satur St. Augustine, arrived here Jessie Owsley
i8 i visitinir! hi8 were /guests noon at 3:30: and B. Y. P. U. Sunday
, Henry Dowling i I to visit her parents near
Sunday I day
Johnson ,
of Five evening at 8 o'clock.:
daughter, MM. 13. I,. Duke, !i Miss Eva Hodges visited her si'tor I Rex Thomas, of Cooter Pond, IIpp.nt day.Mr.. Bilker, of Jacksonville was hereon sid.Ir.: and Mrs. R. W Lee. '. for Rejolclnl1.I .

Mile, this week. and Imn, !Mrs H. B. Wiggins of Stark, Saturday afternoon here. business recently. Masters was formerly Miss ,I tried by udver--(! ,' 'IS
:M. Mann
Dr. and Mrs .1. I .. Mrs. Maggie Norton urr \ s for glorying In IK e
returned from Tump, this week. Rev. Proctor, of LakeJiutler, d. Eldred Duncan and Clarence Roberts :
p Howard, have of Theressa, was aI I to visit Mrs. Hugh
1 P.1.: Geigcr, livered two interesting sermons at the) church Friday
,where Dr. ;Mann has been con visitor here i -
j business! Baptist church Sunday -
examinations. here Saturday night.
,. medical M. 1H. Halo was' looking after bus Mullady and daughter, mBS I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Osteen and Mr. 1 1I Murray Thomas made n business '

in town Friday l Leona, of Jacksonville were visitin and Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and thug 1- trip to Worthington Saturday afternoon -

.' ness T. C. Callaway of White Spring s, hero this week. I tor, Junnitn, spent Sunday afternoc .
; Hall\ of Theri'sa, with relatives at Pine Hill.Wm. I visited Ford
was greeting friends. hero Monday. Miss Florence Ed Fralick of Providence, (
Thomas LimlmuKh of Starfce, motored was a business visitor here Saturila; I Moody, of LaCrosse was 1\\ friends. here Saturday aftetnoon.

..;; to Lake Butler Sunday. i The quarterly meeting will convene visitor here one day last week.J. Miss Ina Cone, of Lake Butler was

Clarence Williams, of Provident. with the :Methodist church SatuAlu I J. Nipper, of Crpss City Bpent the week-end guest of Miss: Pearl THE UNIVERSAL CAR

'. visitor to town Friday and Sunday. Tho presiding elder Rev, I Sunday afternoon. Crawford.
k'i was a
I of Palatka, will be in attendee' (!. Miss Dukes, of Five :Mile, is here We Have Reduced Our Labor
!J I Mrs. Julian Lon I Saturday atl 11 visiting at the home of her slate,
.. will be services
mother Mrs. J. W. Jane. There I crossed bats at Miller Saturday afternoon
; l visiting her I the ground! :Mrs. J. J. Morgan. '. Ford Cars
o'clock and dinner on for Repairing
returned to her home in JacVsonvill the score being 9 to (C I in favorof Charges
k f. Enrl Dukes and thug
Services at the usual hours Saturda I Mr. and Mrs. New Zion. Seeher Stokes pitcherfor
I .
Monday.B.. L. Duke, of I"lvelIIe.: was attending I evening, Sunday morning and everiin II terj of Dukes home, spouL of the the latter's weclt-end mot.her,1 l hentrthe : Miller: scored three runs, getting Extraordinary reductions in the prices of Ford cars Ford

i! to business in town TucmU,] : Everyone Invited. ones honvc run, while Thomas Tison, Trucks Fordson Tractors and Ford Parts have been made
Florida Trucl Mrs. J. Ii Shuw.
i Williams of Dradc-ntowi/ The secretary of the JlilJl and :Miller each scored! one for :\111let' the Ford Motor Company during the past year in keeping
Wesley by
: that Jude I Miss Vera Surrency, of Pine
1 Association reports!
was a visitofhere Tuesday.Mn. era has afternoon here with I Batteries for :Miller, Stokes. and with, these reductions we have now greatly reducedour
there Wednesday
Iva 'r. Sprinkle and son, Her 'the shipping season to date I spent btiller;-New Zion, Sistrunk and S. 1ith. labor charges for repair service on Ford Cars.

ty, Mrs. W. !M. Johnson and dnugli I been shipped 20 and cars two of watermelon of curmber ., relatives.Mr.. and Mrs. R. .\. Weeks: and chilI I 1' O. L. :Micelle of Lake Butler, wasa The extent these reductions is shown by the following:
Willie Mae, returned, to Gaincs! ,,10 of tomatoes I business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. .
tern vine Sunday afternoon Two thousand crates of beans Wl're I dren, accompanied by MargueriiPhrivcr : I II and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, if Overhaul Motor and Transmission $16.00
and Harriet Ritch, spent Sal -
l Masses Inez Faulkner, Thelma P.Iai I shipped. The strawberry crop wag I II Providence, were the guests of Mr. Overhaul Rear Axle 4.00
and lasted from l>iceinber urday at Worthington Springs.'
Frank Walker, JaclllonaM unusually good and Mrs. T. H. Waters Sunday.Mr. .
w Ethel I to !May. Hampton has a vtirlcty I J. E. Clemons and son, Alvin, of Replace Transmission Bands 2.00
1 Joe Wyatt motored .to the i Pine Hill passed through hero" Mor\ and Mrs. J. M. Mott of Lake Carbon 2.50'Overhaul
of fertile soil, tilled by experience i Grind Valves and clean
night. thelatter's
Saturday with
Farm Butler the week-end
State spent
skillful farmers who deserv! day enroute ,to the county neat. 3.50Oil
l and I Axle
i iI In Front
a few days Mr. and Mrs.\ Roland
Miss: Moore I spent\ W. Andreu, of New River was herone parents, !
'Jacksonville this week.i credit"for their efforts. and Car all Over 1.00
\ Bessie McGruder, of Stark, day of last week.Don't I Thomas.T. Dope .
and Math Dukes, or I Mrs. II. Waters made a business trip .
Ardell Drawdy church services Satui
i was n business visitor hero Saturdaj; I forget These charges for Tabor only---material extra
r Five Mile, wero visitors to town Sat I Miss Irma Johns is the guest of lIer I day nnd Sunday. Everybody Invite i iI ito to Dukes Saturday.

urdny. .grandmother, Mrs.! Mary Reddish, ">f attend. Mr. and Mrs. Olson Thomas attend, All Other Repair Operations Reduced in Proportion
t, Freeman Smith is on the sick Hs Jacksonville. I I ed church at Midway Sunday. \ *

l this week Clilford Kalch, of Philadelphia, 1 is : RAIFOKI I ; Mrs. II. S. Miller was attending 'to When your Ford CnrneeJ, repairs bring it to the Authorized Ford Dealer
Rev Schultz preached Sunday at Baler business in Lake Butler Thursday. Our up-to-date and labor-i'ving" machinery and equipment and our staff
the guest of his fal her01. the highest. class of
: will insure receiving
of Expert Ford Specialists your
the Baptist church. Raiford, June 23.: -Owen Green, nf Jesse Goodman the gas man, was '
this week.W. I mechanical service at the lowest consistent prices.Our
:Miss ;Mne Duke of Five Mile, is thguest ,Odessa, was visiting his grandparent lore Tuesday. '
v E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, wai service means Genuine Ford Service and the strict use .of only Genuine
of her aunt; Mrs. Jesso! fowl- hero this week; I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews here las Inman Harrison of Worthington, not spurious or inferior Ford Parts. This means lower operating

', ing: this week. trllnlll.tinlobUllinmls Woodrow I Tuesday. He was enroute to Bake vns in this section Friday night. cost to Ford Owners, longer life to your car. and thoroughly satisfactoryservice .
Miss Mfirhhall. \ Proctor left Monday; Mrs. G. W. Hicks and sun, I ounty to visit his parents Mr. amMrs. }!rs. Eugene Douglasi visited relatives throughout. its -nitre life.

c for liirhmond, Va., where she wil were visitors to SJnrke last MondayMrs. Johnnie Green. at Providence Tuesday.Mrs. .

w 1 visit her slstur, Mrs.: E. L. Overby. A. A. D\ -den and, children, I Mrs. McKinney: and son, John, or'' ; J. E. Lewis> of Jacksonville, is J. W. ANDREWS Jr. DEALERFord

s Arch Proctor made a trip to Jack theome :Mncclenny, were visiting friends her!' isiting friends nnd relatives in this
Cars and Fordson! Tractors
L eonville Monday. Monday\ afternoon.Mr. immunity.
South Flor-
Ol n Hale of Little Springs was: friendand relatives in Dyal, was in town Tuesday ofusinwse. Sebe Dukes mo .ored to Lake But-_

transacting business! in' town Sutur- ida. .

day. Coo F. Young, of Uiwtey Is hat Tom Chastain, of Luke Butler wain

y Mills Gladys Townsenil( Is I! visiting Ing after business Interest hero thliweek. townlondIY.: I 4! M .... #SIREAL. 1-r- t:{ 'Iv: .t '.D '".;'L ,rrJf'g:: ;;. i.Jd.J; W', 1 '

her: sister. Mrs. John Bicliing, of Providence A party was given at the home olMr. f.
this week. Master John Moran' has been the ) and :Mrs. Hobbs :Monday nighltout .

,, Clarence Roberts motored to Millet! truest: of his aunt ors\ Queer> AwJivf oil the young\ folks were pros- -:

SatnrdViy night. > Stnrke.H. .nt and all report a nice time. ; x

Seeber Stokes and Truby Pnrrisb B. Weetit way a busine*' vteltaf Mr. Sumpter, of Jacksonville, wall ,
visited friend here Sunday. '.o Waldlo this week. town several days of last week. A 50 50 SALEFor

John Hanna bus returned from a Mrs. Chrichlow and children, ol Dr. King of Lake Butler, was vrnfes

trip to Orange Springs., I Jacksonville, are guests of her father > rt nal visitor: here Wednesdny.-
E. llutchinson.David Ramie Dfkle of take Butler, wu
Marcus lU kl<>, of Oraln is visiting I" ,
friends.. and relatives here this week. Jones ia on the dick list this in town Wednesday." I

Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appointment week: Ills friends wish hint a speedy ;lose\ Clarice Howling, of Lake Butor -

Brooker Sunday. recovery. was visiting in town \ <\laiftcrnoon. \' .
at two weeks beginning Monday June 26 1922
:Mrs. V. P. Dekle and son, Julian,,, Mr. Bole, of Waldo, was a business ,

were trading in town Sat,\rday. I usitor hero Saturday.A I Among those who spent Sunday afternoon : at 8 will\ sell at half for cash.
J. V. Jones a. m. we
owned 1 by
Miss! nUll Fowler, of jtMnchun! ia yearling at Kingsley lake were :Misses! pri.cc t

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fowler developed hydrophobia while on the Loco and Dora Johnson, Loca nm .-..;
and family this week. trees, causing .excitement. It wai! Marguerite: Anderson Vonnie and

Carl Andrews, of Gainesville\ wm ..1 tilled: 1 by Marshal Johnson. lerta Cribbs, Sybil Ritch, !Helen Nau- BRUNSWICK and COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS :

in town Sunday visiting Jus grnnd- Mrs. A. A. McDonald left ;Monday 'Ight: Messrs. Karl and Walter t- .

,,1 : mot( tl f, Mrs. Hewitt. I for South Florida, where she will ten, honey Moore, Carlos and Lacy and RECORDS.: 1 J

Mrs. J. F. Bennett left Friday: for spend the summer. /ason, Emery Cribbs, Clarence Ritch, '
Lake City to visit her daughtcr.l\trs. I Mrs. Morgan, of Sparkman is the S.! T. fowling, W. Whittcn, W. I I., ,

JIuiJsbn( }! Herndon.Mr I "tuest of her mother, Mrs. I. J. Priest,, Roberts and son, Philip Mr. and. Mrs FISHING TACKLE including all RODS REELS

> J. E. Harper! returned from avisit his week.A. W. II. Andrews, Sidney Futch. I ,
I with her son in Sanford. She : A. burden was a business visitoro Miss Sybil Ritch, who has been vis- BAIT LINES and BAIT BOXES.e

was accompanied home by her daugh ; Stiirke Monday. ting Miss Katie Belle Greene in I ,
ter Mfcs: Ellsworth Harper. ; :Miss Emma Futch who has been itarko for several days, returned toher

;Mr. and Mra. J. W. Townsend and ; caching in South Florida is spending homo here Saturday afternoon. BASE BALL GOODS, GLOVES, BATS and BALLS

I sons W. C. and Wilbur, are spending! her vacation with her parents, Mr. and The community was saddened last i -- ,
I ;\Ire W. S. Futch. received of
a while at Orange Springs. 'hursdny when news was I Ithe
Miss Christine Townsend left Saturday I W. t'. Hunt and family, of Jacksonville death of Hardee Handlev. oldest '
for Dado City, to visit her sister -I are guests of bits! F. Hicks this I II POCKET KNIVES, SCISSORS, ELECTRIC HAND

Mrs. J. I.. Smith. She was accompanied I II
\wel.k. II LAMPS and BATTERIES when
by !litllo Viola Davis. V. Priest of Green Cove Springs,, I bought with lamp.We .

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Coffin, of iM attending to business here this
t Johnstown, were in town Monday. veek. s these lines and th.e--
closing out article
I are
Wilbur Brown of Miller, motoredto S. 1 L.. Hicks, of Alachuacounty, was every

a town Saturday. ..ransacting'' business here Monday.: I will bs sold at ons: half the usual retail price, which is less

f Dick Davis of Five Mile was a visitor Mrs. Harris, of Sampson City has

.1 t to town Saturday. >eon the guest of Mrs F. Hicks, this than wholesale cost. r'..:, .

'g Moss! Hewitt, Worthington, was veek. I

\ looking after business in town Satur I Mrs. Wilson and children, of Key RIFLES ana SHOT GUNS. ONE THIRD QFF:-
\V"8t. are guests of her sister Mrs. .

y day.Mr.. ScatT, of Little Springs was in I I"!'. E. Henry < I II.

i town :Monday I. C r. '. SHOT GUN SHELL 12 16 and 20 75c bbt
,:r Dr. and Mrs. Sector" King mode n BUOOKEU J Ji guage a
1 tlip l to Jacksonville Monday. .
if.,. ]: I a Mr. anti Mrs. P. M. Padgett and Brooker, June 23.-Uev. Joyner 01.: i A Healthy Woman is Our Store has been rented to another tenant and
: family are visiting relatives in South Dukes, will till\ his regular appointment
here Saturday and Sunday at; Always Beautiful
Florida. building office
we are on our yard where
Will church. we
+; the Free Baptist
I In The
of Man
j HAMPTON: : Ona Rita Ward of Gainesville wa I Eyes will devote our best efforts to the lumber
-- the!' week-end guest of friends. Lexington. Ky.-"D-wing the timer paints

la ""I!! Hampton, June 23.-:Miss Emma M. P. Matheny spent Saturday at. ( middle Prescription life 1 used tax-tor and I Pierce'sFavorite cannot and (builders supplies business. .

!q i Johnson, Charley Johnson and EstelleHobby ternoon transacting business over In I raise it too highly for the good it I ......
visited their aunt, Mrs. Conway Gainesville lid me. I believe! the Favorite Preicription ..
I of Palatka, thin week. They mo- Harriet Ritch, of Starke is spending ., : Is bound to become a favorite I
and other a few days here the guest of Virginia ," vnu-ily with each woman who gives I II .
I tored to St. Augustine '
M, I It a lair trinl. I have' also used Dr.
points of interest during their visit. Weeks.J. i'lcrce's Golden Medical: Discovery for I
They report a pleasant trip. C. Cone spent Friday afternoon I 'tomach' trouble and for cold etc. I ConsumersLumbert
:Master Eugene Henry who has in Starke attending to business af., and I bulievo? it to be the best !general
tonic th.T.;' can b.> hl1d.Ir4 C. O.
Keen the guest of his aunt Mrs.! Wilson \- fairs. Wham, 6X1 B'echenridgu :Mreet _
: his Mrs. A. A. Hazen and little son,.
of Key West returned to : The use o( Ur Plercc'i Favorite : Starke Florida ,
Marcus and Lorena Hazen spent Saturday ,
i home here Saturday. reecrlptfon hod made many women
'I.7 Mrs. Mary Prevatt Is the guest! If shopping laJUachua. ,iappy by making them healthy. (set j I'
her son,,B. J. Prevatt of SUrke, this' G.: B. Colson made a business trip It t at once from your nearest ,"'"PUjjuist.' I I M
[ 111 either liquid or tablet form It riteUr.
a week. to: Waldo Monday. Pierce, Pivsideut InVl1li d' Hotel I I i S .
,t Miss Emily Haynes is the guest of N. T. Ritch, of Starke, spent Friday lu Buffalo, N. \\, fur free, couddentiaiacdical I
ti- her sister Mrs. C. P. Suaser of Vat- i here at the home of R. A. Weeks, I\Jvlca -


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