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 30, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02131
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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:National': Federation of,Wom- i
Income of Almut $;.10,001)Sells i'cisr; the date appointed for the
has at two million
i tub present Bidding Keen: on Uned Supplies) Din- 'j It is a constructive and commendable !Memoirs fur $2":>(0.000) assembling. of units of the Florida National

irs> and the This organisation federation hi'I isdil 'I carded by Force at Coblenz ACTION campaign\ the American Lotion, ., I Guard at Camp( Johnston, near '

\ growing. I I I department of Florida. )has launchedto Jacksonville Is some time It is '
American, there 1 is nothing like Former Kaiser Wilholm, of Germany I away
I v and there I The action of the American forces raise i $12,000, prorated among the Itll..ot. nwilo a very good bar-I not too early to talk of the coming .
was never
!I' rope, any OF VETERANS
in sfiop. various counties for tho purpose of event atid to those who
like it in history : Germany in shutting up preparatory /gain with his long-awaited bonk of urge upon havo
to virtually complete evacuation I assembling an exhibit of Florida's resources memoirs, even though the price hewill I members of the various companies in
ni inquiry into the history of thpi to l be displayed at the Fourth
their make for
of the Rhino area by July 1. has receive, something( like $250,000, I employ to \ provisons
'-, Club movement in the Unit- RESOLUTION CHARGED LINCOLN annual convention! of the American
n their absence the
been the cause of real bargain da\ s in for it will be a record one. If carefully during two weeks '
"tNI. it is founr, that many of AS BEING INSTIGATOR Ol Legion in New Orleans next fall. ,
Coblenz !Surplui ,supplier! are being invested, tho amount whIch' the In'hulinll'UgURt C to August 20. The
." i organizations hrul their orlgi -. Bold I ithor lit |riblic auction or thru WAR BETWEEN STATES:: While the primary purposes of the former kaiser will t'l"'IV"! will bring I National Guard is slowly assuming a

i ,ivil war activities. At that sealed bids, and, since curly in March, Legion I is! as stated in its constitution, I in the equivalent of $(.1.000( u year but place in the country that it should.

hi men were otherwise occupied scarcely a day has passed; without a Richmond June 23.-Ab'raham! Lincoln to preserve the memories and kaiser 11:11b",11 living a ttho rate of I hu\'('. and better understood, is in a '
.where were men and women in of material was no more the instigator of tion of tho ''orlJVar, and to nllRIJciu-1 position to bo of great Importance.Tho .
i( quantity including) everything I about S'lO.OOO n year, which \III something .
nnit of working together as they | from pajamas to Liberty trucks the war between the states than Jefferson unto unadulterated Americanism It'' like tho yield on an investment 1 nionotary aspect of tint situation

"widays. Thus women had thot having changed hands. Davis wits responsible for the is encouraging to( observe its Florida of $1,000,000. I is always to bo considered ahead of

t unity to find out how pleasant I action of the Southern people, according members nro also interested in the I other considerations, anti a National '
The "ales.hnve'cvealtd some veryi.ter"stig It this! high' rute of\ which
was living
.essful group activites in the to a !statement issued tonight over development, of thorr home state and Guard composed. of good citizens! ,
: facts, chiefly that the caused the former I -
kaiser to fix: tho i
of public welfare could be. G.r-I tho signatures of Gen. Julian S. uie going to do all in their power to somewhat: skilled in mutters of drill
mind is thrown into
I man price at uliic-h ho fIrst
$1,000,000, at
,>f them decided to continue the delight by the ingenuity and Cdrr. of Durham, N. C., commandor- attract *new blood to enjoy the opportunities dcm.'imlt'd, fur his 1II1Uoln.Vilht.hll I irtid the handling of arms, stands us a,. '

U Mentions which had. done .such i excellence of American motor \'ehl.1' ir.-chief of the United Confederate that abound here and to assist is in financial straits. Som months fine preventative of trouble. .
0 icrvice during the War Between I Veterans, and Gen. C. H. Howry, of in carrying out the program aim. '
This of is the
ties. Motorcycles, small trucks and hia exchequer course, considering!
ago wall so depleted
H 'mleg. All at once in the eighties Washington, "commander of the armyor ed at bringing Florida into full possession ( ,
I pleasure cars are being eagerly pur- that he hail, to. refuse a small donation guard at a matter of homo: protection
1 nnetics, women's clubs became Northern Virginia, ranking department of her assets.
and it would! bo nulllcient to warrant
chased on their reputation wholly J JI to n fund for providing a dinner to the
H aKhion. About twenty years ago of the veterans organization. The quality of the rank and tile of'
its existence if there were not other
j apart from their present condition, as poor children of war \ictinm in u Berlin i
i ,deration took place. Denials that they had voted for tho the who service doting
'i Is evidenced by the fact that but one I'I'I' younlmen saw i I i subti rl>i. I His I poverty, i indeed', has i considerations. :This gimnt however,
focal( question is sometimes I' resolutions:\ censuring Lincoln, "pass the World War is too well !knownto is important boeatixe it retains without
or two in any lot offered for sale are been forcing him to )press for n remittance
"What is the object of the ed in some confusion" about the time discuss. They represent the most I'I the ugly features that are always '
I in actual running order. from tho Prussian government,
an's Club, and what good do they o* adjournment of the veterans on virile manhood. the nation possesses, I ; made prominent in wartimes the in. .
from which he already has received, ,
.,!'lish ?" The constitution! gives ]I Many of these machines wero placed Wednesday, come from the ranking and the good that would result from i CO.000,000() mark ,. event t in the art of war. It seems essential .

lowing( on tho object of this oration in service by the first All have AmerIcancOntingOnt officials. Geherals Carr and Howry bringing this. class of human power to At: tho present time thu former kni- that we hhould not. forget how
in seen
: 191.7. deplored that any ill feeling! should Florida is illimitable."Go to '
light, although always hoping to
manufuctur- rev has virtually no assets. The sum
general object of this organi- hard usage. Motorcycles arise because there is "no nc'cussity West said Horace '
'no young man, avoid physical conflict nnd convinced
'!'ed AmerIcan' firm and I he received for his book will strengthen ,
t' and the work to be done and by a for any temper or ill will or animosityto Greely. Hearing in mind the that a rcxprt to force Is only to bo
the opposition I In Berlin to the vil- 4
'd i Ion by it shall be the t'enernlnvement i i which! may be had in the states ntI II III the memory of a president who felt I thought that\ prompted; Greely's advice trn-genennm proposals now being conRidercd commcndi'd, and unilortiikvn. when other .

of the town of Starke, I prices ranging from $250 to $300, that it was his duty to enforce the the advice today is, "Go South, youngman" I! appeals fail.American .
regarding, to hint :
dford county.. Florida ; the better- I have been! snapped up at a sum in the laws of the United States as ho understood -and no Southern state offers I[ payments by
Berlin. citizens must always bo .
,)f the physical, social and moral I neighborhood of $200. them." In this statement they the wonderful future that Florida

'fare of its people; the improve- I \Many used car have dealer considered in the United him- declared that they felt that they were States would
i of its public schools and school "expressing the sentiments of too bilities.: '
overthrow, It doo .
government. '
the our
have -
to gotten $130 ,
'Iticsj; the preservation and beauti- nolf.fortunate fleet of small I many prominent men now residing in It is to be hoped( I the Legion posts ladies of the W. M. U. of the not appear at this lime that there is
of the
which each cars
ng of Its streets, parks, buildings! '' Richmond and In the South, yet remaining throughout the state willI..t/ wholeheartedly I Baptist church were delightfully en- necessity for a largo army or navy in
trucks averaged.A
other public institutions; charita- and I here, to leave any doubt ns back of this plan and, show
I Itertnlned I at the home of Mrs. J. f... the United States!! hut the maintenance
work among the poor and unfortu- !' lot of 100 motor vehicles, among to how our people generally feel about their fellow members throughout/ the ;i llari'cll of Luwtc.y, Wednesday afternoon of the National Guard: 1 is desired! us I

i inhabitants of the town; and all which were DO Liberty trucks were the matter." Union when they gather in New. Or-]' June 21st.! much as to retain some form of discipline '

.> objects tending to better im- sold for 55000.: Of course, the purchaser -I The resolution for which General leans that the "Florida bueltli<'H" do "('h rlstln Influences in Our Community and, Homo knowledge of war- .

the general welfare of the town I might have bought! only ten Carr and Howry disclaim any respon- things in a jam-up 4tyleJal'kHonJIe ," was the main topic discussed making as for the actual service that

have been in at that. Especially embodied in a report of the Ruth-
moral conditons of its people money was
spent, during which Mrs. Harrell, assisted While the regular forces! of I 4
keen is the bidding for 700,000 tons erford committee, which has as its CHURCH B'nLETIS?
ic work of the club is divided into served delicious
by 1IiHI.JuYl'e Terry, land departments, namely: civics, edu- of ammunition which comprise every aim the .elimination of "biased history I refreshment of thicken ,,"111,1 t the war hl.J.lIIJ1 to ridicule the guards, "
variety of sh 'lI, bomb, cartridge, grenade text books from Southern schools." The services of the
'on, legislation, music and health; regular churchI|I in tnmatit cups. Hiiltines ansi lemonlldl' It was proved that Hjcestubliidiment ,
added to these are the standing and rocket, representing a con- The report commended a pamphlet will be heM, on Sunday. Hilda) school ;:' which 'is often nil tided ti,> us the citt- '
siderablc quantity of brass cupro- written by Col. Huger W. Juckson..of at 9:15: with classes for all
nmittees composed of school, house, a. m., ages. 'I A nice contribution was added to seen soldier gave /a good 'account of Itself I
nickel lead and steel. Curryville Ga., and published by Miss!! Divine 11 I :00 when tho
I& and( finance, copper, worship at : our building fund by: [Hryant 1 Reddish and it usually will. I
ith all of these croup workers Lack of building materials in Germany Mildred\ Rutherford of Athens, Ga. pastor will speak on "The Stars Also." j I I I The ladies nro faithfully working to TIm lines upon which this National/ ..

nt the part assigned! them. it is has brought to Coblenz a horde The pamphlet with the title "Truthof suggested\ by thu splendid "editorial"on I raise sufficient funds to add Sunday Guard: an now formed' 1'11'; hotter than ,s
Woman's Club I is!! seeking expand j the War Conspiracy of 1861.. the the out-door, service, which appeared ,
u plain that a of factory owners, Hl'hoorooll1s\ to the Baptist church, I before I tho world war. It hns been
r 'at benefit to any city or town. their plant Hut the buildings and report declares "presents the official in the Telegraph lust w e-k. It Is I and any donation is gladly received. found that to retain a tody of men in '

barracks occupied by the army are for evidence, gathered principally from a very suggestive statement, found in I Tho meeting adjourned) to nicct in service snmo compensation. must ho I

REUNION IS ENDED) the most part permanent and will boturned the United States government archives -' the lirst chapter of Genesis. Coma i the home of \Mrs. Duller Blum-hard, /added. Tho citizen soldier is now Toognizs'slzIs -
to the French troops, of which shows that the Confederate and get the lesson it teaches.
over i our next social meeting i in July () a public servant, ansi re- .
have arrived. But war was deliberately and per- The evening service will be out on :
Richmond, Va., June 23.:! -Following whir-h 9,000 ('1'lvt'ln small foo for bin time and
conclusion of the 32nd annual re- 2,400 American soldiers are left on sonally conceived, its inaugurationmade the church lawn, the weather ((11'l1Iitting' MARRIED BY (COUNTY( JUDGE; : attention to military matters. The t
} I by Abraham Lincoln, and thnt Lust diivcn
Sunday we were
ton of the United Confederate Vet- the Rhine. I equipment of. I Hie guards Is moro com- .
ins with the grand ball here last he wns personally responsible" for in-doors, but a large congregation enjoyed I Mr. Richard GriflflH, of Lnko Duller, photo and bettor attention Is given to .
PRESBYTEUIAN forcing the war upon theSouth. I the \illustrated service. \Dr. Mullen -
and \Mrs. Kiln: Howe of Starke
rht, special trains were I leaving here I were the tours! of field duty-called encampments.
The report continued by stating that will use his Lantern and! a special
"carrying veterans, their reins I, married by Judge!, R. A. Green in his !I .
iay and friends homeward<1 bound. Rev. J. T. Hedges! !!, of Idaho I Is!! expected "sentiment has been so aroused that I line of 'songa will be sung from the oflice Saturday afternoon. Mr. GrifTls I'lorlela'lproJrcss' In reorganizing:

The committee having in ihrjtge this to arrive in Stnrke in time to perverted Yankee histories' will no I screen. Old, and young are invited to I is young man of industry and itwtegrily thu National Guard: ii'':. the state has '
hold services at the Presbyterian longer be used to instruct our children !-: this unique service of worship.
itertalnment of tho visitors estimat- I [I his bride is ,accomplished! and been excellent In comparison with tho
church' next Sunday. All are invited ; that the young will now be : -- -----
and 7,000 vete- enjoys the admiration of a wide clrclo movement in other states. While not
that between 6,000 I taught that the South was right, yea, BARTENDERS IN: BIG: RUSH
ins attended that the families and to attend. CTev. i I of friends. Their many friends fully up to tho tttrength allowed, the
old soldiers swelled the Hedges has accepted the pas eternally and everlastingly right/ in wish them continued happiness.Mr. personnel is good and the individual -
"lends of the
torate of the Presbyterian church, and fighting for those principles upon Hustling to Washington to Get; John E. and 1 Mrs. Liz/.io Sullivan -
.; () I I \ E.: Leo < records in the Florida National\ Guard
tal to approximately 0,000 persons.TIIEHESU Starke. which glorious country was founded. Behind Bur U. S. Ships
to on
welcomed our
I will bje heartily were married at the homo of are fine. Th, annual pivnntpniJ-nt, at I

." I Miss\ Matilda Lee in Starka Sunday I tho state ground on the !St.:! Johns!! river I

Clerk-Oh! you're using the adding Generals Curr and Howry declare I Bartenders, relatives of bartenders, afternoon. Judge Green performed Camp Johnston, wan declared to '

machine, aren't you ? the report was adopted in some confusion and men who used to patronize bartenders the ceremony in tho presence of only be vor> nuUHfaitoiy' lust, year. This

Thereasa, June 30.-:Mrs. Belle demons Doss( -Yei! But you can have it inn and that tho part which has arc falling head over heels to 1 I a few invited friends and relatives of I II summer tho number of men will no

and children,.left Wednesday for minute. aroused such a storm pf protest was get to Washington and apply for a tho contracting parties. Mr. lmIs an I' doubt' lie larger;; anti everything will *

their home In Brooker, after visitingher Clerk--Oh, never mind. I can use '' "in a mass of verbiage" which seem- job behind the bar on an American I Industrious young farmer of the China -'! l.o done to Improve in the time HjK'nt.

father here. my head. I' ed to hold President! Lincoln responsible ship. The rush began with the dis Grovo section, his bride is the It should bo thoroughly understoodthnt l

Misses Linnie and Altie Robinson! Boss-Tho only thing you can use for the war between the states.FAC.rg closure that liquor is being sold onboard daughter of Mathis Griffin, of tho Boat member of tho guard cannot bo

'left Friday for their home near. Hanip- your head for is an eraser.! -Mutual ships of the United States shipping I' Drain clnamunitylnci/ is very popular absent without vory good excuses and

ron, after visiting Miss Nealie Young- Magazine. FROM; SEATTLE'S JUVE- board. with all who know her. Tho friend, under the circumstances it would appear .

blood. NILE COURT RECORDS Sacks! full of letters arrive daily in of tho young couple wish them all that few efforts should ho mpd.Jto .

Miss Blanche Humphrey was a visitor METHODIST Washington, addressed to shipping I happiness. stay away from the" camp. The location .t
In looking over the Seattle Juvenile Loard members, and to I .
to Sampson City Thursday. congressmen Is! Ideal\ and the dincij'lino and
11. E. and O. D. Moorer were visitors Our Sunday school)meets every Sun ] Court report recently, the following and .contain applications for bartender SEITKMHEIt: : !MoltS ESCAPADE: detail involved are beneficial.'' Tho

to Lake Geneva Thursday. day at 10 a. m. Did you know if you attracted the attention of the writer: jobs. I AT THE OLD>> SWIMMING[ HOLE: coming encampment nhould be the

O. D. Moorei returned to his home came to Sunday school\ and studied The state prohibition law became The amount\ of salary Is not consid- '' best and most fntert'Hting.-Times- i'

in Jacksonville Saturday after visiting these that in the course of ten years effective Washington January 1, end: and the destination of the vessel Midnight frolics of society peopleof Union. xOF .

relatives here the past two weeks. you will have a good working knowledge 1916.! During 1914 one in every fifty is completely ignored. Just so the Dallas, Texas at tho "Old Swimming 4

Mrs. A. J. Lowery and little son, A. of the Bible? The Bible Is the children in the county of school cen- ships} are "wet" and will sail outsidethe Hole" are being investigated by INTEREST: :: TO HTICAWBERUY: F

;1, Jr., of Jacksonville, are visiting greatest book in the world and no one I sue age, which practically parallels three mile limit. the police of Dallas. They are hooking MEN -

Mrs.! II. E. Moorer. can afford to be unfamiliar with it, the court's jurisdiction, was cared\, for "Ships, ships and still'more ships. for the owners of forty outfits of

Mrs. Ruby Gains, of Gainesville, but it seems to be woefully neglected by the court. In 1918, even thoughthe l Is the attitude of bartenders. Republican lingerie skirts, shirts, trousers! etc., E. M. Johns, Esq., who has shown
visited her here Saturday and think it is out of date? population had greatly increasedand l'quor dispensers are certain embarasHmcnt to
parents today. Do you and they promise much! energy in his etTorts to get low-
that are the war was in progress, only one that they should have tho jobs, point I
will you
Sunday.W. Read it and you see some of Dallas' "best families. er rates on strawberry shipments, andis
E. Baker or Lake Geneva, was a mistaken.Our in everyone- hundred and twentyonewas ing t> the party standing of the present The .clothing was presented to the still working to that end, has received -

business visitor here Monday. attendance has been holding up brought to court.In administration.) police by a farmer whose sleep in his ( the following noto from James

Miss Ida Hag'an entertained a par- well in view of the fact that the hot 1915, there'were, four hundred Chairman Lasker, of the shipping home nearby the swimming hole wu E. Calkins, Esq., counsel for the staterailway

ty of friends Thursday afternoon from summer months are here and it Is vacation and seventy-five children who required board, is preparing to make a speech Impossible while the twenty couple. commission:

three the home of her sister, season. This is more protection because of parental neglect I'efvx-a congress upon tho subjet't! of '
to five at and resort were doing "September morns" undera "Dear Friend-I beg ti> advise you
Mrs. John Phillips, the honor guests true of the morning services than of ; during 1918 there were two hun- the dof.Atpdshipt subsidy.! Pointed dark June midnight moon. Ire sneuk- that I havo applied to the Interstate '

being Rev. and !Mrs. Stull, of Melrose the evening services. Don't forget We dred and seven in this neglected group; questions in regard to the sale of \liquor ed up to the banks'with a shotgunand Commerce Commission for oral argument I

who have been conducting servi- have electric fans running in the eve- and last year three hundred and forty- c-n r.: S. ships will be directed to confiscated: the clothing. before the full commission, of '
four weeks. Af 'J *<* ; eight. The increase last year Is attributed Mr. Lank r by congressmen, it is ex
ces here for the past ning. Then he went back home, taking the the strawberry refrigerator case. Oral

ter pleasant conversation all were invited The pastor will have as his subject to industrial conditions po.-ted. clothes along and went to sleep.A argument will, I think, be granted ..

out In the yard to enjoy watermelons next Sabbath morning: "The Cross of The report states that "this Improvement male member of the party founda and should take place sometime during '
is due to temperance legislation Dr. T, D. Gunter and children, Fred
tables ChrIstIan'sBoasting.
and cake. The for the "
Excuse sack and with It
\ ice cream Christ, an gunny wrapped this month.
with white the evening wo will and the favorable. industrial and Nellie, of West Palm Beach, were i
were spread snowy In about hint went to another farm house ; liSrabfnrb
cloths and decorated with cut flowE'T'S. have as our theme: "The Peace That conditons. the guesta of Col. and Mrs. D. E. and called twenty closed taxis. STARKE TAKES: TWO GAMES

Those enjoying! the evening were phrlst Left Us." I I Knight the first of this week. Dr. Gun All members of the party got home FROM GREEN COVE SPRINGS: .

Mr. and Mrs. Stull.'Mrs. C. A. Young Epworth League at 7:30. Miss El- "What docs little birdie' say. when ter formerly resided in Starke and has before morning, thanks to the gunnysack 9tStarko'
I he wakes at of day ? If birdie here who were
MM. H. E. leader. many warm
blood, Mrs. J. E. Owsley, ma Robinetta will be second nine .played Green
Moorer, Mrs. E. S. Sibley, Mrs. B. C. I roosts In a tree top through which an pleased to see him again. They left in Police, however, havj taken all addresses Cove Springs' second nine Thursday '

Powell, Eloise Owsl y, Linnie and Al CEMETERY; WORKING i electric wire passes, and the weather their car for Palm Beach Wednesday.will from the tad company They of last week on the local diamond, i

tie Robinson. There will be a cemetery Ralford working is electrocuted rainy, he birds says are nothing mum.at The all, for insulation give you a shock when you touch are i issuing subpoenas and are asking/ the locals winning by the score of 12

I at the Sapp cemetery near on of the electric wires is so them at such tlm '.. Which shows the grand jury to Investigate into Immorality to 8.

who has been here I Thursday, July 8, 1922. Everybody I injuredand that on account of the ragged condi- of Dallas' society folks. Wednesday' a return game was played
Walter Weeks, badly worn off till tree are
for several months employed In the !I come and help to- clean up the ceme- bird killed from the current that tion of the wires among the trees The swimming hole is a large water in Green Cove the score being 6

has been transferred : tery. much of the current is wasted. filled gravel pit south of Dallas. to 4 in favor of the locals. j
Union .
Western office, I MRS. O. B. GORDON. leaks out when it rains. Some trees -.. ., '
to Fernandina.


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::1 S : PTOMAINE POISONING OF Frank Green, of Dunnellon, spent I Misses Beth Wimberly, Winifred Monday. -

;, __-_._-_-' II 'p.- '....-...-.....-......-......... CHICKENS PREVALENT NOW [Sunday with' Mr. and Mrs Chas. Din- Wimberly, H. C. Wimberly, Sr., andW. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bryant, 'Id
kins. I M. Wimberly were visitors to baby were transacting: bu j",,,, I

t '' t If any of your chickens have dark- Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville was Lawtey Wednesday. Brooker Thursday..
With The Bradford j Royal George, of Starke,visited relatives -
ened combs, drooping wings and trammeling business in Lawtey several
11 I, feathers, and-relaxed nerves which days last week. here, Thursday U-BET WE BUY AT 1IOMM I

s Farmers causes them to stagger and lose con- Rev.! Louis Donnerly, of Starke, fill- Max Wimberly accompanied the
I County trol of their head and neck, they are ed his monthly appointment at the Lnwtey baseball team tovLnlte Butler Say, home-made goods an I u! ",

affected with ptomaine poisoning, :Missionary! Baptist church in the Rosier Thursday. for me

Pit L-.:.....***......*.....*.****.*..*.**.******.**..*-.**...*.>..* .._ >... ..J which is caused by eating sour or de- settlement Sunday. There was a Miss\ Eunice Dinkins was .a visitor Because they spell pros-per-i ,

i : s II cayed food, according to R. C. Blake, large congregation and three members here Wednesday The dollar you send to a foreijf/ i., I ,,'

r ,'; 6 ifPREVENT--._ professor of poultry husbandry of the were added to the church niem- Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Win Says: "Goodbye, Bill" for cu,?, Ie.

I\ nFPKFCIATIOV OFt !! Duval-The boys and girls club Florida College of Agriculture.This I bernhip. ifred. Wimberly left Thursday for But the dollar you spend in >> \ '

BUILDINGS AND MACHINERY ;I camp at Cedar Springs proved very is the Season of the year when Mrs. Ury Gunter and little daughter Madison\ for a couple weeks' visit with homo town

; -- succes ful. There were around a hun- I this disease is very prevalent! says of Jacksonville, arc" pending a relatives. Keeps B comin' and comin' and ,

A Little Paint Applied During the dred Duval and St. Johns county boys i Prof. Bloke. It has been wrongly few days with Mr. and :Mrs. G. L. 11. C .Wimberly, Jr., was transacting 'round.-Exchange.
; called
chicken cholera but
| genuineI
ti Slack Season will Help Matters i I and girls in attendance, representing i Futch. business in Jacksonville Thurs
I fowl cholera
''.: -- corn, sweet potatoes, pig, poultry and I is very rare in this country :Mrs Nancy Britt, of Jacksonville, .
4 I.,,' I canning clubs. few with her day.Mrs. J.'A. returned Satur-
Get the most out of your farm machinery The cause of this so-called "chicken spending( a days I Starling Worth-While Quotations.
t : and buildings by keeping both I cholera" or ptomaine poisoning, is daughter, Mrs. Truby Wainwrlght. day from' a visit with relatives in : To be good is noble but to teou/
Polk June bloom Mrs. Jesse Reddish returned home others bow to be good Is
l' Don't allow yoflr de- is especially heavy Starke. nobler-004
+ well painted. traced to the condition of the grain
i I preciation to be twice what it should in the larger groves. Preparations\ and mash in the hoppers. Grain which Sunday from Crystal River, where she Mr: and Mrs. George Wilkinson returned -:I less trouble-Marie Twain.

l be"on account of the rust and decay are being made to hold some county has been we* and allowed to stand in spent four weeks with her daughter, Saturday from a visit in Jacksonville -
I 'I and moist weather. | citrus meetings. Farmers are also J Mrs Colon Miller. Three of her grandchildren I
; due to exposure I the hot sun quickly ferments, and any
t Paint prevents this destruction to a meeting to make plans for their fall i fowl eating this sour grain becomes I Velma, Paul and Virginia, A A. Crews was a visitor to Law- :

-, '' great extent. It does not allow the crops. I, seriously ill and death usually fol- accompanied her. tey Saturday.W. I
Ev moisture to come ill contact with the I lows. Truby Willis and family moved here I E. Marr visited in Maxville on "Bayer" and Insist!

: metal and cause rusting, which as a Gadsden-This week was spent in i "An ounce of prevention" is the on- last week from Lake Butler and are Sunday.
I ;:+ rule i is more destructive to our farmS contracting cows for the proposed Ily I satisfactory cure. Keep the dry: located In Mrs. Rebecca Whitehend's i Visitors to Starke Monday were F. I

S machinery than the actual use to Gadsden Bounty bull association. For mash hoppers clean, and do not leave\, cottage near the Methodist church. i D Lang, F. M. Crews, J. I. Marr, W.

which they are put,in the regular operation ty farmers have contracted for cows I any uneaten grain to spoil or feed They were residents of' Lawtey sev M. Wimberly, Chas. Wilkinson and

1 I + of the farm. The loss due to tho number taken ranging from one any sour or mouldy feed. Once a birdis eral years ago. ( Arthur Wilkinson.
f 'fi rusting is not only in the depreciating I to twenty. Other contracts are out I affected there is no positive cure. Edward, Joe and John Marr, of Rev. J. L Strickland returned :Monday .

i U of the machinery, but in the loss of which will be reported in a few days. However, if the symptoms are recog- Highland, were visitors to Lawtey from a visit in the Manning sec-

time when breakage occurs. I I I nized in the early stages, give I teaspoonful Saturday and Sunday.J. tion.I. .
i? The buildings need the paint, ton. Hamilton-There will be fully fifty of castor oil to each afflicted ) L. Harrell was trans cting business N. Starling, of High, Springs arrived -

It prevents the wood from absorbing I per cent increase in the acreage planted bird. This may be useful in tryingto !! in Starke Wednesday. I Monday for a visit here with his i
water ,nnd will thereby double the life to cowpeas! Sudan grass and sor- save valuable individuals. Max Wimberly, of Highland, was a : brother, S. J. Starling I I
d y dt ghum for hay. visitor to I Revival' services started Monday _
t of any sap wood, as well as prolong Lawtey Sunday. '
.. the life of heart wood. I SAMPSON: CITY :Miss Della Blanchard was a visitorto 'i night at the George Carter schoolhouse I Unless you sea the imnio) .'IJnpacKajrc ,
I" !( -: Now is the tlmo to do this work Taylor-There were several cars of Starko Wednesday. I'I and will continue all through; / ; or on tablets you tin u t .
:' while the slack season Is on, accord-1 fine Inelons sold this. week at a price Rev. I. M.\ Belt filled his this week. Rev James Strickland is I ting the ;mine llayi i proton, '
Sampson City, June 23.-Mrs. Harris I.' Bvrilxtl I b\ |>1i.auinn! ('\l'" uyciua \. ,,,i
very satisfactory to the of ment at the Methodist church apPoint-1: conducting the meetings. '
: injar to Frazier Rogers, professor ofj 1 1rj growers and daughter, Mrs. W. C. Bunt, and proved aiiie ly will, ,
agricultural engineering of the College our section. ., I Sunday morning and evening. I i
II I spent the week-end at Hampton visit- Lnwtey baseball team went to Lake WA TERM ILL I (01'1'1 IloadneluToolliacha '
I of Agriculture, University of
ing friends. Lumbago,
t'rj Florida. Don't delay! for it means AVOID AN EPIDEMIC: OF CIIOLI I Butler Thursday and played a game)I I I I'araclic: Klicuiimtisu.
/ dollars] to you. ERA IN: HERD THIS SUMMEIt1: : I I Miss Lillian Rosin$nol, or Jackson with that team. The score was 3 to I Wutermill, June 30.-Little Annie Neuralgia Pain, I'nmAccept
ti' ville, is visiting her uncle aI I aunt, 1 in favor of Lake Butler. I Belle Thomas returned to her home "nll cr"
only. jiacka
SELECT YOUK SEED CORN WHENSTALKS Give Your Animal. the Double Inoculation I !Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tomas) : Mrs. G. W. Brown and son, Clifton,' Friday after a week's visit with her contain proper directions J vllaiof ,
GREEN Before it la too Late Lynk Williams and Dogan Nnbb and daughter, Mrs.\ J. T. Moore\ spent sister, Mrs. A. II. Warren. ttti-hu tablets, cost ten ci'ntii i
i ARE STILL ]I were visitors to Brooker Thursday' : Thursday afternoon at Kingsley lake. | Miss Clarence Carter of Starke, was piatn U IMO sell. lottl", of :H .11'.'

Crib Selection Increases-: Chnnres For The recent low prices of pork have I I' Mrs. J. C. Kaulcrson and children* Baptismal services for the Baptist the week-end guest'of homefolks.! :!I1.Lnuf.u'hlre Aspirin. is tlm of trade Monoauuticaciik't'mark of .

Crop Failure caused a general laxity in the Inoculation I were visitors here Saturday. church was held at Kingsley lake lust !! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Good e and son, Sa)lie'li l i ciwId.Only .

1 of hogs for hog cholera. which is I I Master Silas Jones \Uitjng" ; his! Thursday afternoon. Twelve were Eugene! were guests of the latter's

A pedigree for an ear of corn Is likely to result in an epidemic of chol- aunt, Mrs. E. If. Smith, in (;.. :rl'sville baptized. There were quite a large : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Brown, One "p O"G, QUININE"1Fa
for era in the state this summer, accord- this week. number of members and friends of,: of Starke Sunday. Ret the arnulnp,cult for full name, 1\1A
just as important as a pedigree an riVK I1KOMO QUININE. Look forolinaturcog. | <
an'mnl.! Perhaps it is more importantfor ing to Dr. A. L Shealy, veterinarianof I Gus Wynn, of Jacksonville, was: a the church at the service. | A pound party was given at the W. GKOVB. Cure a Cold In One U>y. :stnptouab
nail headache and wjrjr* off iotd2
the corn.. because the animal itselfis the college of agriculture.The visitor here Sunday.Mrs. I Our farmers are taking advantage j home of Mr. and Mrs.! D. J. O Greene -c.
some Indication of the offspring Jt symptoms associated with hog L. Morgan and little daughters -, of the showers. we are having and are Saturday< night and a large crowd at- A TONIC

will produce. But the ear of corn is cholera are a loss of appetite, a cough,, of Brooker, spent the weekend busy setting out strawberry plants. tended. All. reported o pleasant eve Grove's Tasteless
full of surprises. discharge from the eyes, jerky move- ( here with her parents, Mr. an.1Irs.: ning.Mr. chili Tonic reses
If the farmer waits until next spring ments of the body and a staggeringgait. W. S. Nabb. HIGHLAND \ and Mrs. O. W. Thomas were Energy and Vitality by Purifying ':
/ + .
Enriching the Blood. When
4 ,, s ; to select corn from the crib, the size The animal is constipated at I Mr. and.Mrs. W. II. Smith and little visitors to the Ziff section Friday af- you r"
: and apparent condition of the grain first, but later has diarrhoea, and in daughter motored to Micanopv on Highland, June 30.-J, I. Mart and I ternoon. strengthening it color, invigorating the effect see w

will be the dnly basis of selection. Of the last stages of thj" disease red spots I Wednesday! to attend the wedding; of W. M .Wimberly were visitors to I !Mrs C. A. Lewis, Mr.\ and ;Mrs It brings the to cheeks and w

4 course large ears are desirable if they are noticed on the skin of a light col- j I his brother, Charlie, to Miss Eloise I. Kingsley] lake Wednesday. I Gentry Stokes and children, spent last appreciate improves Its true appetite tonic value.Groves you. v Hi! en
were produced under average conditions ored hog. When food is taken at all,J Geiger. Mr. Smith has many friends Everett Sullivan, of Waldo, visited j( Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Horace
a. it is usually vomited up immediately I here who will extend friends here Wednesday.Some Stokes, of New River Tasteless chill Tonic is sinipiv
but such ears! are usually grown 'I congrntui/itions. j I iron and Quinine suspended in
lr; t on stalks that'received an abundance afterwards. There is always a high Fred L. Denver and T. V. Williams visitors here from Starke last [ We are sorry to report that Mrs.J. pleasant even children like it. syrup The "'

I' of food, plenty of moisture and sunlight ; temperature, and young pigs often were visitors to Starke Saturday. Wednesday were Mr. and.Mrs. D. L. II. Brown is ill at this writing. needs QUININE to Purify it and !IRO'.

I 1 : ; and when subjected l to average I, have convulsions.' !'I Emery Sloan, of Fairfield, is visiting Rigby and children, Miss Ella Marr i G. W. Ilazen and W. W. Brown were Enrich it Destroys Malarial germs
conditions they will product!, a large Upon'examination after death red i his grandparents here during: this and S. A. Bryan. I business visitors to the county seat Grip germs by its Strengthening, In

majority of inferior offspring. spots are found on tho skin, and the :I week. -.--. -, nrnd, Flreef Rn .
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surface of the lungs and heart art --
Every farmer should know the par-
entage of every ear from which he covered with little red spots. The II I LAAVTEYLawtey

plants, according to the specialists of spleen or melt, may be enlarged and x .
the college of agriculture The only covered 1 with blood spots; and the kidneys I June 30.-Mrs. James She A

1, way to know the parents is to go into after being removed from their ard and children, of Starke were the How did
the field and select the need while tho fibrous capsule have blood spots on 'I I guests of friends Wednesday! and your neighbor'slast
their surface, giving them the '
appear- Thursday.Mrs. .
stalks are still growing! and when the ,
- :' conditions under which the ears were ance of a turkey egg. The lymph M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, bargain tire turn out

produced can be determined. glands are reddened, and the inner was a visitor here Thursday.L. .
f No ear grown upon a stalk that enjoys lining of the stomach and bladder may II. Hill and family moved to their
__ tho advantages of rich soil, and show ulcers and tiny pin pointed spotsof summer cottage at Kingsley lake last 'rn ODABLYyouknow out-in-the-opentire. The dealer
-. blood. least sells you confidence, not price. Ho
week. y at
j onccar-owner
? % moisture and plenty of room, should,
s .... be selected. Its offspring will not en In the treatment of hog cholera. the Mrs. A. A. Smith" was a visitor to t j who is always on wants you satisfied with performance
he knows
_ well animals should be separated from Jacksonville 1.. the look-out angettyour way 1
+ : b joy such advantages. A big ear does I Tuesday r : .... for the business is tdo..
the sick ones and immediately inoculated !Mrs. H. II. Black left to !Bn T.
not indicate much, but a big ear produced Tuesday cheapest tires he can serve it.This .
( with serum and virus. The spend a few weeks at the home of her '-1'10
k on a stalk in competition with I find.lie likes to get them by mail is the "U.co" Uca.
sick hogs which have the disease in parents near Ocala, before returningto G .4
other stalks Is a good ear for seed. or at a sale or at some place
the early stage may be vaccinated, her home at Oldsmar. p +F'
t Attention should be paid to the location where they have big red bargain
> of the stalk, tho condition of and many so treated will live. Keep !Mrs.! Lonnie Futch was a visitor to Compared with the
a leaves, position of ear on the stalk nil sick hogs within an enclosure, as Jacksonville Wednesday ;: signs over the door. ten. minute thrill of chargedcmfhfe '

( siziv of ear, the shuck\, and length l the sick hog is the greatest agent of S. W. Leach, of Jacksonville, was a r It would Be fine if he could the bargain appeal,
I shank. Ears that are selected shout all spreading the infection. Burn, visitor here Sunday. get "the edge" in every tire the "Usco" Is jut : )

_ y I t be marked so that further selection or bury deeply, all deal animals, and \ Elder H. V. Skipper, of Jacksonville traJe. plain common: ,

r: u can be made when they have matured. use disinfectants very liberally aroundthe filled his appointment at the Advent But the dealer can't afford to sense. 2. '
M church Thursday and Friday eve- let him have it. 30xJ ZN
I nings. it
'" COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS CHIPS l I Mrs. Fortune :Moulin, ol Jackson M # Utl CO 17'
I, '
Don't forget to guard your health. rifle, is spending a few days here with Even if a man saw any slight "yo e .M
:lison-llave! spent the entire Many diseases start! from causes that her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett. in tire
I r week packing and, marketing melon I might easily be removed. Constable! J. II. Lowery was* a visitor all percentage-it disappeared when, the at ,, ,
and cantaloupes. to Jacksonville
Thirty-four cars of Sunday. "Usco" the =
melons and two cars of cantaloupes Remember, seed corn that produced H. Osteen, of Maxvllle, was a visitor brought price
j ,e have been shipped this week. All caret a weak plant is almost as worthless here Sunday. down.A .

s were sold f. o. b. and good. prices were us seed that fails to germinate; neither Mrs. Charles Dinkins and Mrs. A. standard product-an J the a 1 tt't..
received. will produce corn. II. Harley were visitors to Jacksonville dealer sells it with prides j + -

Tuesday.Mrs. A ffooj tire.The dealer has e t I L k
Give your pigs plenty of water and no desire to trade into '' .++
i VluslaIt'lon growers shipped the : L. A. Marr and children were you .t .
'i last car of melons Thursday. Practically shade throughout the warm weather. visitors to Starke Wednesday.: C alargerprofitforhlmself. ; *
.I f. all Both are essential to the best health
the melons were marketed Mrs. John Starling of Highland was i
I through the DvLnnd Farm Bureau and and growth of the animals. a visitor here Saturday.

the State Marketing Bureau. Rev C. J. Hammitt filled his appointment United StatesTres r
r' Make your plans now to attend\ the ant good.Tires fees', ,
at the Saxton Methodist t
? Pa co-June bloom !18 Farmers Week at the University of church
appearing on : Sunday afternoon. R. R. Thede
s citrus trees. Coutity fair organization Florida the third week in August' And 'accompanied him. k
i ;
y t is progressing nicely with a fine farm take the wife along 'Coursei' fur the CoPVriahct9ll I \ Pf t H:

outlook for a permanent fair, women will be offered. The Quinine That Dot Not Affect Th Hc 4IbratiM U.S.Tin Co. ,

or Its tonic mid lax.ttv. effect LAXA
To Stop a Quick TIVE BROMO QUININE (Teh'ete) can .bo t.krn
Orange-I held two citrus field meetings by onyirovtthnut cdimlnit I nprvnumieM or riwlntf
) t this week and the binocular mi- take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a tnC t: head 4r W./.H\
1t j cough medicine which stops tho cough by
'; roscope was used to !identify Insects healing the inflamed and Irritated tUaurs.
!i f 'l and diseases. By this means all the A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE: SEED COIN; COWPEAS, VELVET United States Tires ; :

growers saw the grove insects in a SALVE for Cheat Colds Head Colds and BEANS, MILLET,,CRASS SEED, SOR. UnrterJStates 0 Rubber Company ,. .
I, I recognizable form Croup l Is enclosed with every bottle of c't .t .
k f f., for the first time HAYES' HEALING HONEY The salve CHUM. 'For Immediate hipment. All fVt MfM 1MJU um.wn..*L*W WsY m2: ,,, lrw "env'
k, should be rubbed on the chest and throat seasonable Field and Vegetable Seed. q..W yr'P
't Walton-Tho people of this county of children suffering from a Cold or Croup Writ for Price Uit and Catalogue. Cur ,.'
will plant large acreage of Satsum- The. hMllo effect( or. Him* Hralln*Hone,In- beautiful and instructive; catalogue i*
.1 !,* \ as, June blue berries, Chinese sand. t..Id.......the. O-PM-TrtM throat cntnbtard Smtn..with through the naaiiua the' punt rtecl of at free and ,I... valuable information on ) I t L

{ I pears, grapes, Excelsior plums and ,, the Both Ik In mmffdlr woa..top.s couth.. farming and gardening for Florida and n
are parked In tote eartoa Bad th.
strawberries. COOt ol the combined treatment.U:JSc. the louth. Writ to us to day for special
//Just ask your druggist for HAYES' prices on your seed requirement Ourcompute Where
I o-- Drevnrd-Very HEALING HONEY. _
1 interesting and enthusiastic dock 'Jill enable us to supplyyou
: t i 4 meetings of both the bee to advantage in price and quality./ Can Buy J. W. Andrews Jr. Dealer
', I : keepers association, and the Indian Colds Cause urip Dolt Influenza f E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY Starke, Fla.
1 River sub-exchange have been held recently LAXATIVE: BROMO OtTNINETiUeU T' r.ovMKM. ht U. S. Tires
j There .to only cue I e:. W.GROVES: !!: I'minnim on!bcx.; :3i..u 202-2C6 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla* J ./

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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922. 1

}crmllllWlllD.wwwmwwll1mDmlDll.1lLlj! !; !! tho. gulf and sighted a school of I I Three men hailing from Orlando, morning which brought. dozens of casualties tlon!!. Some of them tried to run but ',

News of Florida in Short ParagraphsA i tarpon, dropping to the water \ist, in-vivid,! at :St. Augustine and swore when five thousand armed minors t they were shot down as fast as they t
their bait. They had >rnl.tnlu 1 ,,,. "loot wtrrunt against Itob. rt Huston,
a !
Re\i" /: strike
on attacked the Lester moved.!
...........' Alq"r Nrr, r.4., .nYee. 'tlll'" ......., .... I
-nr ., with'nauault
-A' mumr : v hom they barged with
: strip mine near hrp which was. beinTi One miner' asked< who was the ma- a i,

I An energized thunderstorm ur' Intent to commit murder. Huston.<* i poratud by imported workcss ,, cliinu .
I Live State C>- I* tut ( gun operator :Soma' ono pointed I
News.J clonic character lifted approximately arrested by a deputy slientf at HastIngs !1 I guards.\ The substance of the statement ,I him out and he was shot in his

..._..._- -. .-.. 1:1'I I i 17000 square feet of roofing-all there :1 and the man is out on a $1,000'! by the wounded, who were tracks and his body laid, over the gun t j a t,
;i was-off the grandstand at the State bond with his hearing t fixed for Mon- i j|i among tho besieged! was that not a They( tied, five men with me, took us ,

Told by Our Exchanges Fair grounds Monday afternoon, carried 1 day before the county judge. 'Accord- mine worker was injured during the out on the road and told us to run. .

:: I it ing to the story told by the men, who Hunting but that the .
almost 150 feet and dumped it, I numerous kille.1WI'I'e We ran and hundreds of bullets: followed t
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-- """"' WItIII a jumbled mass on the !greensward., I were enroute to from Orlando shot down in cold! blond after J Ult."e staggered on but finally I M,

h carloads of watermelons and 3 I in possession of a modern ninety-room The damage Is estimated at from $2- they had stopped at Hastings[ i i they had surrendered themselves and throe of our group fell, pulling the I ,'.

,ads of tomatoes were shippedm I concrete hotel. Contract has been GOO() to $3,000. The roof will be replaced ,for some water when tho man their arms. There: was nothing from others with us, tied down, several bullet J ,
Dukes last week. signed between ed at tho car and demanded appcar-I I tho 1"
a committee of citizcna at once. union miners to contradict these holes being in me already
of Tallahassee lowed to search tho machine. One of claims. I
and Messrs. W. J.
: "I laid there while
itriis buyers are now In the field I Regar and J. L. Tallevast, of Miami, While Virgil B. Marshall, a Clear- the men requested to be shown a warrant I 1 I Several of the men imported to work and fired more shots men into came us from up ]

j contracting and buying tho goldon for the construction of such a hotel water contractor and Leo B. Bury of or other authority, but as neither -I the mine absolved the strikers from three or four feet. Then everything 1" '

fruit, and the prices paid, according there. Jacksonville, were en route to Tampa was forthcoming, the men 8t11l't-1 1 blame, saying that the ones responsible went black. I woke up litter and beg- I

ti nformation, ranges from $1.21 tog Thursday afternoon In Marshall'sroadster ed their machine and got under way, 'II were those "who sent us here under /god for water, but there was not any. j I

', on the tree. Six oil wells are now being drilled an accident occurred which whereupon, it- is alleged, shots were false promises that there would 1 remember being dragged\ along. thi,)

In Florida, and about thirty more com- turned the car over and it Immediately I fired at the car when at a distance of I,' bo no trouble," and that "the miners'! road, but I don't know what by. Then If '

nta Gorda had a walk over In the panies and individuals are making caught fire. Had it not been for some twenty feet. Five shots struck would not object." Same( of the injured they brought us to the hospital."

on to determine the permanent: preparations to drill wells. Oldamar some colored workmen along! the roe lithe I the machine, but fortunately none of interviewed worn in the hospitals O'ltiturko' Story Confirmed t

">n of the county scat of Char- well No. 1 in Ilillsborouffh county, is I men would have: been burned to the occupants were hit. I here. Others'! were located in O'Kouike's confirmed
story was by
down 2,400 feet. A well near Miamiis their homes through secret channels.!.
.:ounty Tuesday, receiving 607 I as they were pinned under the ( S. I*. Williams und, Ed Green, of ChiCIIKO -
Harbor's down 500 feet. A well in the Fort which burned Joseph O'Rourkp, Chicago commissary
to Charlotte 102. Rogot car, up. him.'t''t
ME WAR RESULTS I \ two of the moll tied! with
one vote. Myers section is down about SOU feet. i clerk at the mines, gave the most who lire still alive. The other three ,

i Apparently unable to it whereit vivid! account of the Unlit. His story ,} .
open were killed. These were the six: found
"he 73-acre tomato Held near Wa- Several boys' went swimming in the stood, thieves Sunday night took IN LOSS was related as he tossed in pain from liy/ the Associated Press correspondent I j
I half dozen bullet holes ..
river a through his
t, "> has already produced and ship- opposite the Tarpon I away with them an iron safe weigh- this morning and to whom ho trl..Lto

thirty-five cars, and there will be dock in Apalachicola, among the number ing 1,200 pounds from the J. G. Paul body."I take water only to be refused permin-

,, naps twenty more cars before the being Chester! the 11 year old son Son grocery, Jacksonville. An at- OF LIVESMINERS was sent down here by the Bertrand clan to help them. "h
of Monroe 1& Commissary Company, of Chicago .
Thompson. It he made to -O f
,i. tnv is exhausted. appears was Saturday night James 10. Morris, of Johnston City,
I ho said. "I .
swam out from the flats successfully rob the safe and the proprietor Sun had no idea what I i
I III., it young miner In tho attacking
but when he headed was running/ into. I don't much blame '
the wharf he (
day morning removed from it all the
of the votes
,mvass cast in last forces, told tho correspondent the attack

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took and drowned MASS\CKEI> liT UNION: minors for attacking/ use for we ,
,day's primary in Hardro county cramps before assistance money and valuables. Robbers returned I had, been
could reach him. ;MEN: AFTEIt THEY ll.\l)) :'Uit- wore unknowingly I being used as dupos spontaneous and that
and this the I
Sunday morning
ir w! one woman was nominated fort RENUEIIEI1'iiiIR: ; : ,\UMSllcrrin : to keep, thorn from their Jobs. Wo when the men wont to tho mino they I
is Mrs. E. L. and! safe was gone. They'had forced the '
She Register; w'rolIven when did not really atop to think of the :
I arms anda
/ wo
th "'ftlce the; sought is county super- The purchase of stumpage rights on door in the rear and loaded the iron machine 1 blomlxlivd> that might follow t 1 u
of registration. She received more than 100,000 acres of land west I box on a motor truck. The safe has 111.. June 2.I.-,The death I / gun was! set up at one corner
n a of the mine. Guards. Ilo was wounded') early in the fightIng. .
I with
against two male of Jupiter, the construction of a standard I not been found though the police and toll in the disaster last." night\ and today were
i rality opponents UH nil of tho time and mnsf of the "I was on my way to llerrin," the
gauge railroad for 12 miles from [ detectives were searching the city for when 5,000 striking union miners '
guards, were tough fellows sent by n suld, "when I met a gang of fel! I
Jupiter toward Okeeihobce it. attacked the Lester strip mine beingoperated
(I which
he couldn't wait until the City
{(cause I under of Chicago detective agency. I understand lows They said! they wero on their ;; p
will eventually connect the guard imported
he wanted to marry arrived at placed '! the minors sent us warnings toleave way to run out those scabs* at the
''h ago of 15 or 16, Charles J. Sands, I and the erection of u modern saw I An experiment by Willie Williams, workers! may run past the forty mark I town or we Would hi run out mine. I joined them and others kept k
mill costing $250,000: are the plans { of West Tampa to whether -I| it was said tonjnht by those in touch
.Sherman of North Palm Beach, cutthroat <> negro, see \Ve never got them, perhaps tho bouses Joining us, until! there must have been Y
I in the parlor of' the girl'sII the Drake] Lumber Company I a cat's tail would burn like a kero- I with the situation, although thus far I didh'n wo saw the miners np-) !fl.OOO. Most of UH wero armed and I'

'i and rushed to the ynrd, to exp sene-soaked cattail ended by Will being only twenty-seven positively arc. preaching yesterday afternoon, wo did thowo who were not soon !got theirgone !
to be dead.!
a few moments later. A. I D.) GiddinRs, 51 years of age, I confined in jail for 10 days. As not know what to tit,). Tho guards! prepared When we got to the mine, wo

n carpenter by trade, ended his life at the story goes Willie, about 16 years ;. In the llerrin hospital are eight! to fight, moHt of us workers'! I spread, out around it.Ve had no real 'j,

'ihn Bryant. 30, who escaped sev- Lnkeland by drinking the contents ofa I old. and several friends wrapped paper wounded men, only one n minor, and wanted to surrender. leaders, everyone was working for "

11 months ago from a convict road, vial of belladonna. Ciddena drank around, a cat's tail and then set the! she: of them arc believed to bo fatally Bullets Kuinec! Th hiniMi'lf. It was just one big nub l out l "
at Westville whore he the paper afire The cat, with its tail a- injured. There werd nine, but one round Night
limp was scrv111 poison Monday and died et the "Throunh the tho rain-I to got the men who wore running tho W
night builds
; a life sentence for the murder( of I hospital Tuesday niRht. A letter he I blaze, ran here and there about West died.A. I ed Ion us.Ve sought shelter! mine. not suro who fired -tho '

hi& father In Orlando last year, was I left stated, that he.was ,unable to find I Tampa, finally seeking\ shelter undera miner told the Associated l'r nslovrpfponclent could. Tho miners elimlied as the'wo first shotubut after that it was real I '

iipnircd at Callahan. work, was out of money und was tired negro church. The church caught that he had neon I liflcen coal upon war.' The fire kept up for hours I
and earth +
piles embankments
'I of life. fire from the cat's tail. Residents of bodies thrown into n pond! with lotUs \ andWP JUf"Slnd several of ,r I
i I our men were
I unable to them.
xteen carloads of watermelonsi Ii the section finally extinguished the around their necks today. About 20imported were see Tho! hit. I
guards. kept but of I j
firing, most us hid. :
I r been shipped from Bronson up toM The state pardoning board heard !I fire, both on the cat's tail und tho workers are mUning.
Thin the miners blow I Ictntion. Shot in Arm
..nday and two cars were loaded on ,jnd denied the application\ to commuteto church. Then Willie was arrested.C. Checking UN! fiord up our pumping I '' '
We had no water and our [.ato in the evening I was shot in :
Checking the death list has provedalmost !
f ,
lesd.iy. The acreage is not large, life imprisonment a death sentence '
13. Lilhbridge of Lilhbridgc. dem- impossible. The victims all food supplies were In a freight cur In' tho arm. The wound was not serious ','
1 the yield has boon Rood, and it is recently imposed on Aubrey Nichols. ,
the !
hands of the
minors. About
>mated by the close of the season Nichols was tried and convicted, in Vo- onRtralcd a fact in natural history last but three of thorn imported workers, sunrise :' and I walked back to where a group i I II

i hi total will reach twenty-five cars. I lusia county of the crime of rape, and I Saturday afternoon Hearing a disturbance BO far as known, were found scattered minors we put up the white flag. Tho u four men were standing\ and they l ,

was sentenced by Judge Perkin to behanged. I II I in one of the poultry flocks, over nn arl'llVii hin several miles poured in and wo surrendered!, Bent me here in n cur. I was not r'r
I our arms. I there, but I understand most of the '
ho and found of the mine Some lynched
investigated a good-siz were ,
Thorough; reorganization of St. The pardoning board declined, '
"Up to this time not one! of us huI' killing done after tho mine sur't't
*ike's hospital, Jacksonville, rnarkiL I to disturb the sentence.J. 'I ed puff adder by a water jur. The some were burned when the mine was been that I know of was 'i"i"rl.Itlor'd
the inauguration of broader and, snake swelled out his head and, hissed fired, others were beatilj to duath/ and although I'm sure some of thong '
< a : I '
understood that
several of
the mines
I I but ha the snake with the fell before the of scabs were really Innocent men It's
decapitated an majority scores
ii re comprehensive medical policy, Louis Travis, 09(), hovered between had! been shot. Tho miners
spread the old
just story of a snub getting
"Ii be started August 1. when Dr. life and death as the result of a bullet axe. He then picked up the body of ,angry union men. out quickly and tied in'' "

'!alr>h N. Greene assumes charge of ( wound Inflicted by his wife, Effie, 2'!), the snake to throw it out of the yard "Bloody Williniuson" county, so- of three and nix.us The together tied ': stinted.

in, institution as director. in Jacksonville last night. A 32 cali when a good sized toad crawled out. 'called beciiUHo of fU'venU riots tonight then groups rushed off in different dirce-men Others miners confirmed! MorrU:

bre bullet entered Travis' skull aboveone The toad showed a few bruises, but was outwardly cnlm- but there wan! a were : statements

Ml arrangements have been competed car, ranged upward and emerged apparently no bones were broken as noticeable undercurrent which kept O'lJijurke) Is ono of nino men in the ,

for the annual encampment of from his forehead. The physicanssaid I he hopped away. The snake had only everybody on edge, and wondering if CARDUI HELPED hospital. Morris Is the only miner ,l'-'.

the United Spanish War Veterans of they expected his death during just swallowed the toad when Mr. Lillibridgo further trouble might be exported.! und, seven of tho imported workers art ,

Florida, which will be held in' St. Au- the day. Mrs. Travis broke down after arrived with his axo and, un- The correspondent talked. with several expected to die. j .t.tall 1

'ustine on July 3-5, when several the shooting and wanted to accom- knowingly, set it .free. miners today. and about half of I REGAIU STRENGTH I Thi hospital was carefully guarded

"undred of the veterans, including'' pany Travis to the hospital.A them were certain that there would! II I ,doors being locked ttr prevent any

members of their families, will be in Mrs. Livana Bigelow was instantly be no further disorder if there was m>! possible attack on tho wounded' men. j I

'Kill city. week of compulsory cattle dipping killed a't Medulla when she hurled her- attempt to reopen the mines while the / Only persons who could, prove they -

has already shown Its effect in self beneath tae wheels of a Florida other half said they were afraid Home Alabama Lady Wa Sick For Tbrea had, business in the hospital wore ad

Mrs. Elmer S. McCraney, 53, who Gadsden county, according to fair- East Const passenger train. A coro of the men might not be hold hack. Year, Suffer>( Palo,Nervousand mitted.
ner's jury, impanelled while the train Officially, the situation was reported
had been despondent for some time. minded stock owners who report thatso Read HerOn .
u'cording to her husband, committed much good has been done tho cat- waited returned a verdict of suicide. tonight by county officials! to h<> quiet. Depressed- r

uicide at Miami. She Mashed her tle that co-operation with the government's Engineer Akin told the jury that asi I Gruesome Scenes of heath) Story cf Recovery.Taint .

wrists, turned on the gas, drank a efforts to rid the county of the the train approached and passed the The scenes of death today were' very

then submerged from all of the station at Modello he noticed the wo- gruesome, as in a real war. Bodies,
phial of ether, and tick Is coming parts 1886 1
herself under the,, water in a bath tub county, and from points were in the I man appear from the underbrush at with many limbs shot nway lay along Ala-Dirs. ,
there had been developed the side of the tracks. Ho saw her the roadside or out on the fields, with flock C. M. fltf'SIII, .
at heif home.A past verystiff
leap in front of his train and appliedthe none of the hundreds! of passersby If near here recently related the tol- .

members of opposition. I' emergency brakes, but the engine able to lend a helping hand.! Attemptsto lowing laUreatlDg account of her recovery ,
Taft invited the 'I41t1on.
man to -r-of John Glisson and two cars passed over her body. assist the wounded in the early part "I was In a weakened< con- DAVIS \
the Orlando chamber of commerce I. Percy Glisson, son X sick
the death of of the met rebuff from the was three years In bed i
his orchard of the board of Despondency over day spectators f
"Inspect" a peach tree in formerly deal
offering m. great of pain, weak '
I husband several months la believed backed in cases by ,
had ago, some ijrawn,
which by actual count 1,0001 I commissioners of Putnam county, was nervous, depresood. I was so weak, !
reaches on it. The chamber forgot called from his father's home at Bost- to have been the cause of her act. guns. the down and I cooldnt walk across the floor; Just i INSURANCEr

the limitations wntained in the invitation wick and seized by a party of masked Later feeling quieted had to lay and my HttU ones da( the
and the burdened tree stands men. When he resisted he was shot W. Arnold Burney, 21, salesman for some of the wounded were taken to work. I was almost dead. I tried I t .

much relieved. I in the arm and beaten over the head Jacksonville furniture company, was hospitals. every thing I hear or, and a number of I STARKE
Glisson carried I I shot and instantly killed by Gaither It is understood that there will be doctors. Btlll I dHn't get any relief.
with a pistol. was Newman in the kitchen of his home. no attempt to reopen the mines until I couldn't oat, Clod slept poorly. I I
It is now an assured :fact that on some distance from the house wherehe believe if I badn't heard of and taken

January 1, 1923, Tallahassee will be was left by the roadside, uncon- Newman, who charged that Burney the strike la settled. Cardul I would have died. I bought I Q orptpmanuelmOtuaaelmux ,
cara osd a
scious. had alienated his wife's affections sur When the attackers went over the six bottles, after<; a. neighbor told me 4 4COFFIN

NEXT DOSE OF CALOMEL rendered. Newman, a guard at the top into the'besieged mine this morning what It did for her. I & CASKETSAnd 11

\MAY SALIVATE YOUIt Cotton growers of the Greenwood I county stockade, told the police he there were Home fifty or sixty "I began to eat end deep began to I a Full Line of ;
there. What has gain my strength and am now well j {
knew Burney was going to his home workers and guards
elated the almost total '
section are over and strong. 1 haven't hail any trouble Urfr'tettr. Supplies \ kis
is Mercury, Quicksilver Slwxka absence of the boll weevil in that and that he hid under the house. He become of those not In the known dead since I sure ran tastily to the

Liver and Attacks Your Bone section this season. Some of the planters i said after Burney's arrival the sales. and, wounded list cannot be said. Some good that Cartful did 1 me. I don't AUTOMOBILE HEARSE f?

who maintain large fields aver man entered the kitchen. He looked of them were seen today in field run- think there In a. better tonlo" made Always on hand. Th best *e..- I

Calomel salivation Is horrible. It that despite the closest search they I through a window; saw Burney and ning, with miner sympathizers pursu and I believe It saved my life | ..ace at the !lowest prices. Sp..
Mrs. Newman embrace and Bur ing then with How many escaped For over 40 years, thousands of women caJ attention i
the teeth found trace of the pest. saw guns. to telegraph or- _
swells the tongue, loosens have not yet a have used Cardul I successfully.
kiss her. Newton his could not be told. C. K. McDowell -. Bcclatered Embalmer.
Jack ney pointed pistol ;
and starts rheumatism. There's no The farmers of other sections In the treatment of many womanly
should take sick likewise reporting Ohe at Burney and ordered him to superintendent of the Import. aflmeots. I
reason why a person son county are I '
ening calomel when a few cents buys almost total absence of the boll wee leave the house and Burney smiled at ed workers at the mine, was among If you suffer V thelle women did, DcWTIT C. JONES r'r

a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tonea vii. him. Then Newman fired, the bullet 0 the dead. It was saidthat he was the lake Cardul. It mar help you, too STARKE, FLA ;t> '
for calomel. It passing through Burney's wart first selected to be shot after the mine At all dractfsta. B II i I tW9mm@I I I
perfect substitijte was captured and, that he was given I :
Is a pleasant vegetable liquid which During, an electrical storm Friday
struck of the stations One of the boldest hold-ups for some no opportunity to escape. 1 I J
will start liver just as surely as night lightning one I
calomel, but your It doesn't make you lick pf,the Tampa Electric Company, time was that perpetrated Saturday Hundreds of men, women and little. Big Reduction In Prices You will,( make a mistake 'Ej',
and salivate. short circuiting a large part of the .shortly before midnight at the grocery children, some as young as four yearn If you' order your fertilizer l ,
cannot I store of Euhanks & Price of Daytona.Mr. surged through the morgue today to without ''
Calomel dangerous drug, besides business section of the city and throw- getting our new price lists Just Issued. Plenty
It may Is make a you feel weak, lick Ing It into darkness for nearly two Eubanks had been called out of view the bodies which lay side by side of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers Insecticides -
the store and Mr. Price was countingup on the floor with no attempt to l/j'
and nauseated tomorrow. Don't losea hours. Damage was not repaired Until : Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
the cash when tall black them out. Most of them
spoonful of Lights and machinery a negro
day's work.. Take a after midnight. E. 0.1'AINTEU FERTILIZER CO. ,
entered the store and called for bore identification tags. All were
a can no
If Tribune were
youdon't the : JACKSONVILLE
necessary. Your druggist says of Tampa FLORIDAGet Iii
Liver Tone acts the "staff wrote most of of plum jam. By this time Mr. Eu mangled.
find Dodson's out banks had returned and proceeded to Officials of Williamson county today NEW Marcia 1922, reduced price 'jAts b>>.for. bu.la.- 1
No salts. candle light.
will wake up feeling great. the night's copy by
the _
calomel wait on him. The negro made,several expressed deep regret over '
better than troacherotll your 1
small purchases and finally succeeded affair as did many miners, but severalof r
landed from
and an
Dodson's Liver Tone Instead you The first tarpon ever
in the gulf by in getting the two men In line when the latter told the writer that while ::1
for YOIJ.-Adv.-86 airplane was caught
money'Is waiting
David W. Budd, of St. Petersburg. The heat once threw a revolver Into theirfaces it was regrettable "no other coursecould GENERAL INSURANCE
.- ordering hands At the have been taken." t,
curedIn' : pounds and took up. same
Habitual Comtlpanon fish weighed eighty -
14 to :31 Day fifty minutes to landthe angler being time he reached and secured $IU In Eye Witness Account HAROLD C. WALL t,

"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a specialiy-l handicapped by reason of fighting currency, leaving all silver and the Half a dozen wounded men, some of

prepared Syrup Tonic-Lua ve fwH biraa.bet" from a* plane Instead of an ordinaryboat. checks. The negro cautiously backed them lying on deathbeds, tonight gavean STARKE FLORIDAFIRE. i
Constipation. It relieves ;,Jromptly his Associated Press correspondent the ,
out of the building holding !gun on
Green aviator wa pilot
daysto ,
for i I" to Johnny ,
ahouht( Induce be regular taken regularly action. It Stimulates and of the plane and was accompaniedby the two men until he was clear of the first actual 'eye witness account of LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

R pnIate.. Very Pleasant( to Tak*. k Harold Summers. They flew high door. the mine fight last night and thisr e

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'I I I Volstead act. cisions! of the courts. The '
Better take the bull by the horns and er member'J. B. Wetherington, Is a 1t t
Bradford County TelegraphPublished I' I I W. C. T. U. COLUMN is bound to defend not onh
build one long bridge. 'business man, aTid is engaged (in the

___0--. ______..____.-_._- .-_ ----'-- Every railway tnat has been builtin 'i I naval stores and mercantile i As Rav. and Mrs. W. N. Swain and also the public, and in so rl<
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--- whatever ,
bUSlneS5-1 Arcadia they ploy measures I m
t t' t weekly and entered as Bradford and Union counties, has and runs one of the largest I FROM: TUB STANDPOINT OF A party were motoring Such measures
lIingularln- canary.
f j B second class matter, at the post hud troubles with its bridges because I I the county. lie served eight as CONDUCTOR |" witnessed part of a'ery fight entirely from those It mi i
: desperate
clerk of the court is thoroughly cident, which was a
office at Starkc Florida. the openings for tho water were at ,
t pro-I to rescue ono of were the strike against \Ih\
made wide and gressive and will make himself] by a mother rabbit ,
first not enough, every well-known, conductor
= = J. Cleve Dean, from the devouring themselves. It is ponslhh>l} ,
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owntr : bridge of any magnitude had to at Tallahassee. Hamilton on the Southern Railway does not I her little ones The fight this difference that the
I rattlesnake.
I ;:j! be enlarged after part of the track proud of its delegation. the action of the American jaws of a large
seek alliance with the '
approve the shallow ditch m<
;. 4> -' < + i 4 of> a. .;, .$> ... near it had been washed away. Some There are many nominees for the I Federation of Labor in going on was being waged road in they passed and by to complicate the situut
beside the as
years a trestle across an Innocent next ] with whom are Volstead I
ago legislature we 'record for the repeal of the rather rapidly, this Is conjecture.
I rc ROAD .. looking "branch" between Starke and not acquainted but from the comment'' the Chattanooga as they were going
e! r r THE HARD Act, and in a recent letter to what 'The
third fact is ,
Saxton converted into deck I they did ,not clearly perceive tin
? ; W was a of the state press we believe that the I I News, while frankly admitting causedahem

4> 4> '!> 'V .;, of> 4> .. + <$I trestle and shortened; to one-half its next house and senate will be thor that there was a time when he taking place. Their curiosity themselves shown by ; <
,' former width. As result, after hea- I | to stop the car and walk back; munication to the railway \\ ,
a but
and conservative
oughly sane con- in the face" on
1 is about to begin used to "turn green
Bradford county I reached. 1 the
t I IVY rains the water Is not let through structive. If the session gets off "on (1 I and that he to the scene. When they recognize their peculiar *tu 0|
hnrd prohibitionist,
and meeting
the work of building/ a I snake had crawled out of the strike. They de
fast but overflows consid- spot the proposed nUt
enough a
north and the right foot" it should accomplish has learned that "it isn't what he likes llit t
road running !
} ,}1 ing n public Such a erable area above the trestle and much good for the state. I i' that does him the most good every 'ditch and was gliding away through' the board reverse its wage nj
f1 couth through the county. the low palmettoes, holding his head that congress modify the K;:-
stands high over a portion of the ;I ,,
+ and should will bu costly ,
f Toad 1
wry with the little rabbit squealing in mine ]law. Such a demand l
Starke and Lawtey road. These Instances I high ,
i therefore bo built to Inst for many LABOR AND ITS LEADERS I without that benefits him the most, he
The mother rabbit was with neither
w I emphasize the necessity for the his mouth. complied! by th 'j
thinks he cant sets forth his personal views on
While man
( years. any building such a road in a safe location j fighting the snake deer fashion, jumping nor by congress, for the simp) ,
1 K t 1 build a road-and in the past nobody where the railway cannot act asa : What is the matter with organized :drink question, as follows: up and coming down on the reptile's that compliance- would weak ?
has doubted him-when it comes to labor? There was a time when thq,I I "Some time ago the press carried a feet bunched ; ?
I I levee, to pound up the water that i back with all four power of the government to <\ ,
with brick, could count 'headline Beading 'The American Federation
paved workingman usually ,
constructing one upon I
: ; struck the back
runs from east to west; for no matter I together. As her feet the situation it did not create. .
i concrete or asphalt, and to be,of permanent the sympathy and support of the pub- of Labor at its conventiongoes I
snake she scratched with fur- the interests of ,
the th
how well the road is built otherwise, I of protect
.t '; ( ", location, a skilled man is I lie when engaged in a controversywith on record for the repeal of the
re'l! if water is allowed to soften the shoulders the ious erfergy, trying to tear the snake :For once the government )I-! '
capital when he went on a Volstead Act. Never before have
,,,I quired. I the pressure oil the curbing by or to pieces, but his skin was evidentlytoo lie, not part of It.Ix.FIVE ;: .
1 To begin with, the rond must be located the pavement, when heavy trucks and strike. But labor can do so no lon- leaders of this branch of organized tough for her. These frantic efforts
where it will servo the public ger. It has lost in a large measure labor made such a broad mistake, andI
l automobiles pass, will push the curbing of the poor mother were repeated MILE
I and the future. the sympathies of the balance of the regret to see those big headlines
best for the present .
outward and the pavement will with wonderful rapidity. ]How long -
i ,j S Also where it will not'be liable to country's population. It has alienated standing before the eyes of the public -
been goingon
There have
sink and become uneven. this remarkable fight Five Mile, June 30.-Man-u
the tribunal before witness labor.
c entail chanA'Ing of public opinion as a against
I' wash This -
; away. may been road failures from such witnesses unable to say.
enough the were
r '. of Ocala, who has been visiti'
; which it must establish its if it "If drinking liquor were legal and
) the new from the old 1 route in case !
I neglect In other counties; let us do Before they could secure anythingwith
tines here and at Lake Butlci
to succeed. ? What decent then the of our rot
hopes Why are employers
different ,
11 places, even, perhaps, to a better. The permanent road is one I i which to kill the snake, the three' past week, returned to his w
'I the in to employing -
'I side of the railway track. reasons for this recent change I country would never object ,
oF that sheds water like an umbrella, creatures disappeared in the palmet
sentiment? the rankest kind of 'booze head,:
f + The stability of the pavement depends and where the ground water never I soak toes and though a careful search'was : day.Mrs.: Ancil Parrish fell t h, .,
A number of reasons undoubtedlyenter and if it were right for a man to
on its foundation. Decaying rises higher than two feet from the made through the palmettoes, they I
/ of her home ,
into the matter but there is one I his hide with booze, the railroads of porch Friday u ? (e
f 1J d logs and stumps must be removed and surface. failed to find n trace of either snakeor
her left arm. This is the "u>i
Thp rule G.
.which stands out predominantly. I our land would eliminate
a I.. the earth disposed so that there be n ___ I rabbit.
labor movement appears to have developed "If it were right for a man to drink within the year that Mrs! I'm-'
no' voids to cause! settlement. As the SOME OF THE BOYS TO GO TO ( 'I
'a"J; almost exclusively] into a mat- I liquor, then a boy's mother instead of' suffered this misfortune.
r effect/ of the roller does not TALLAHASSEE STRIKE \CTSThe
'i is ter of emphasis on "rights" and not sinking down in tears when] he comes''! THREE RAILROAD I :Married, Sunday, June sJ5t)
wherever the road b'd. to
1 : rolled News "at all of emphasis on duties. It np'pareTitly I home 'stewed,' would run to meet him, 'I home of the bride's parents
1 should be
be thrown high
up / Tho the follow-
I Jasper gives '' I' should have clearly in Miss to Mi, '
p of its height has been haM adopted 1 t':'e jxilu 1 :; f s'loutlnjr his praises. public way Ettye Spires <> (
when half
: full ing interesting and complimentary getting all it can and giving as little I I I ."If it were right for a man to partake mind three facts involved in the Andrews, Jr. Immediately nf ,
when the
\ reached, as well as sketches of several members of the
bed [us It must in return. It deems to have of strong drink, then instead ofi threatened railroad strike in order fully ceremony, which was perform
r t height has been attained.! The i
should be wide that the thrust of legislature of 1923: settled upon the conclusion that tabor I I a wife meeting her intoxicated husband -"*, to understand just what it may Judge. A. C. Strickland] Mr A ,
so friend
t r the The many Hamilton county alone is right and all the rest of the i with the rolling pin, I am quite menn. The basic fact is, the Railway brought his wife to the horn, the arched pavement' against of D. R. McNeil will read with inter
the world is wrong. I[; sure she'd have n brass band to"greet Wage Hoard, not the railroads, has reduced prepared. We welcome "-h
and the Curbing against
est of his nomination for representative '
of the From Samuel Gompers, the mouthpiece him so as to do him honor. But it is the wages of the railroads, tho couple to our midst and <"',
shoulders (as the pavement from Okoethobeo Dave
+ arc called) should be unyielding.If ,::. McNeil is county.level-headed of organized: labor, we hear I not right; for any man to indulge in the board did so at the request of the them our congratulations.

1 the shoulders are too narrow tot business a square,and will be nothing but "slavery"-always] uav.j] strong drink, because it shortens his! railroads in order to meet the cut in Another marriage of rei-.

withstand this thrust, the curbing' will leader brainy I In the house.man a <1e4'y,'' lie denounces every attempt ,to life, it lowers his morale, it places" him ( income iiittdt] by the interstate ('om. was that of Gordon Alexon an.I

..t yield and the pavement flatten out. As prevent strikes' as "compelling men to on the lowest plane of ] fit causes merce commission. The railway wage Lou Spear. Mr. and Mrs Alex. .,

soon us this takes place nothing but Eugene Tuutincws, the Chester- work," but he never concedes the his friends to lose faith in him, it board and the interstate commerce immediately for Orange Cent, ,

constant repairing may be, counted on. flvldean bunker and newspaper man of 'right et many man, union or nonunion causes him to lose faith in himself; : commission are government agencies/ they will make their home.

To furthermore fortify the pavement Starke, returns. to the house from I to work if he wants'to work.When it is Satan's best! friend and God's vil- ;j in practical control of the railroads. W. 11. fowling, who has bee''

r' the curbing should be strong, deep Bradford county after an absence of the World! War ended we had the gpi vti :- est enemy. From this basic fact the public should i ing relatives] and friends here, reed "
and in as long slabs as practicable. several terms. Gene Matthews is a
ti But no matter what precautions be safe and sane legislator, full of experience federation of labor declaring:; t'ut l i&- remember a few years back when reach. ; Mrs. Addie Blume was the E"f,

taken to make the roadbed solid, if it and the embodiment of cour- her intended l to keep all it had gained: payday came around in railroad cen- | The second fact is thnt a strike of Mrs. Lillian Dekle Thursday

is not well drained it will not be last] tesy and fairness, and his return is a during! the conflict. Other factors on I ters and mining towns, the city would the railroaders will be against tho I Friday, June 23rd, relative' <

ing. Millions of dollars have been matter of congratulation.Our which the social, economic, and Indus- always put an extra force of policemen government, which controls the rail- friends gathered a tthe home "
h friend L. W. A. Rivers '
i wasted on Florida roads, sometimes good trial life of the nation depended might: I II J to keep order; but now we don't' roads In the interests of the public. Mrs.: R. L. Davis to celebra d

d because the engineers were too Ignorant goes back to the legislature from Columbia j I have to give up their war "l/aln8.1: have such trying times. j This gives the government full war- birthday anniversary. A boun "I i

e' to provide proper drainage, or else county Mr. Rivers is a vet- I Agriculture might have to endure big i I "f have seen the time when Chattanooga -, rant for such action as it may take I dinner was spread at the noon
member who has been tried and
1 S, because they allowed themselves to be I eran losses. Capital might have to get I| was 'wide open,' and when a'' under the Esch-Cummins law and de and greatly enjoyed by those pn/
not found wanting. His companion '
over-ruled by commissioners, contrac- I(along/ with smaller dividends or with passenger crew left town on Satur- -
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t A tors or busy-bodies. Because the road member" is Perry Witt, a member of no dividends' at all. Deflation. might ''day evening they had to put on their I _....__ ..
II of the leading families of his -- -- .n'...'..""
one I ; t'n"' .n'mnm'uI''mn''niJtin'm"uun''mm..u'm.'u.' '
engineer's; work Is of a kind that any have to be the order in every line of 'fighting clothes' in order to handle a1 n'n"mmJ "
(county, and we predict for him a use- the drunks. I have the time when'
'ttal commissioner thinks he knows all activity. But it must not take place seen :
ful and honorable in the house.
about, attempts to over-rule him are career in the case of labor; wages: should it was nothing unusual to have a' dozen -
? Ben C. Willard defeated John W. WANTED
frequent and the contractor will take II stay where they were in the war I drunks in the ladies' car :falling
\ Watson for representative in Dade
times. and staggering around over women
advantage of every clause in the specifications county. John Watson is one of the I and children. And don't have __.._ ._._.u __ ..___. ___.. ___I' _
{ that be misconstrued to now we
Another of the made
can ,, I criticisms most
of Florida and whenit
veterans politics ,
Us own advantage. Therefore it !is I frequently against organized labor is any such conduct, and I hope I'll never .

necessary that the engineer thoroughly !good comes man to to defeating do that.him Mr., "it Willardwas takes a I that it has no regard for contracts and live to see such days return."I Recruits for Co. "G," 154th. Infantry, Flor- j

: understands. his work and has. backbone 'does not keep its word. And in this want to say right here that Idon't
member of the last house and
a ida National Guard.
believe the four' brother-
enough to his 'big
support judgmentin connection, the nation has recentlyseen
other words, he must be sure he made a good record. I the spectacle of Mr. Gompers hoods will ever make the statement
Amos Lewis goes to the house from American Sixty drills Fifteen
which days
the Federation of La- a
is right, then go ahead. Jackson preaching' the principle of the betrayal year. encamp-
Amos takes naturally
county. as
i The rainfall of Bradfora county is to politics as a duck does to of good faith when it suits labor's bor aim has all just made. It has been their ment in August.
the time to weed out booze
l' generally not very heavy and is rather water and his nomination was ex- I purpose to do so. He said; speakingof heads
from their ranks and I believe
)' equably distributed during the year be of the leaders conditions existing in the building
pected. He will one i have Regular Army for drills and encampment.
they made pretty good progress pay armory
i Two-inch rains seldom fall; yet even of the legislature and will have a trades unions in Chicago:

t four or six inch rains are within the great deal of influence on the legis- I "I believe in labor keeping its word, along"While these the lines.leaders of the A. F. of Applicants must be physically fit men, of good moral ,
and should be for but rather than sea the antagonism
possibility provided
lation enacted the session.
during L. have made this mistake. I don't be- character between of 18 and 45
by the road engineer. The land is flat Our fellow editor, T. C. Merchant, I and disunited conditions now prevailing lieve ,

: and the water courses have no well of the Enterprise-Recorder, was nominated in Chicago, I would prefer that they have truly spoken the sen-

I defined channels, are choked up with for thehouse in Madison county the unions repudiate their agree and timent let of their members as a whole, [Apply to
us hope that moral
trees and rubbish and carry off the Editor Merchant is of the most ments." pressure

water but slowly. They therefore rise I earnest and conscientious one Democratsin If right is not rounded on honesty will be brought to bear against themin Capt. Julian L. Peek or 2nd Lt. Harold C. Wall
a way that will compel them to rad- |,.
considerably after big rains and remain the state and his influence will be I of purpose, then what is It foundedon N'
ically change their attitude toward the
high; for days, making substanly for good.! I ? If justice does not have its- roots 1'1

tin! tcadbedd in heir vicinity neces- We note the nomination of J. Hampton in fair dealing, how can it thrive? If -----.-
spry Hitherto in road work here, 1 it Jones for the house from Nassau 1 business and industry are not safeguarded -

has been the rule to make ditches county. We feel' sure that "Uncle by the sacredness of contracts 1

a along and across roadbeds only one- Hamp" will stand for economy and then what shall protect them? I

4 fourth the needed capacity. A uctter efficiency in state affairs in no uncertain Even Mr. Gompers admits a long J list

way would be to first calculate the way and that his fellow membersand of ills and abuses on the part of un- When You Have Nothing WORK.SAVE. .

r necessary capacity of Much waterways, the state will realize he is there ion labor, but Is it his idea of correc- :

II then multiply by four. Ditches should] while the session is still young. tion to pile more ills and abuses on .

II''. be as far from the roadbed as practicable Another newspaper man to be sent top of those already existing? lie Is TURN OVER.

and free from stumps and other to the house is II. S. McKenzie of loud in his declarations of ]labor's You

obstructions to the free flow of wa- Palatka. Bro. McKenzie has been rights; does he admit any of ]labor's SAVE AGAIN.

ter. The happy-go-lucky way of there before and always stood for progressive duties? He cherishes with great clamor

draining low places'hitherto in vogue, constructive measures. The a man's right to strike, but does KEEP SAVING.

I has been to cut a small trench to the state needs men like him in the legis- he hold anyless sacred a man's rightto Want Money

nearest cypress pond, or if there was lature. work? KEEP TURNING.

,J no pond nearby, then lead the furrow Suwannee county sends A. W. Mc- There is nothing essentially wrongIn

., r G about a hundred feet away from the Leran and W. D. Mercer to the house. the principles of organized labor,

road, then let the water run away if Both are practical business men who but there is much that is not right in

it could l, or run toward the road if it have made pronounced success of their their practice.. The ideals from which ,

,} insisted on it. But a valuable brick own business. They are in positon to trades unions grew were finethey; had I Carry out the above policy and you will have money. Each year you will

or concrete road must have a surer be of real service to the people of in them much for good. But these have more money.

protection. When tho water is led their state, and they will be. ideals of the workers appear,, to have .

P from the road, the engineer! must as- W. T Ilendry will represent Taylor been supplanted by the ideas of their

certain that the outlet is sufficient, county in the house. Mr. Hendry !Is leaders, and evil has been the result. .

\. even if he has to continue his ditch a fine lawyer and a progressive constructive I False prophets. selfish advisers dema- But to do this it is advisable

,: far enough to leave the matter with citizen interested in every- gogic leaders have come into power- When You Have Money to have banking connections

out doubt. thing pertaining to the upbuitding of and with what result] The alienationof first ,

+ The waterways that are sufficient in the state. He will make a, splendid l public sympathy, the loss of public as a means of saving,

'4 tM 1022, will not be sufficient in 1927, legislator. support. It is time that organized labor and then for convenience in

1 because as land Is cleared and ditched From Hamilton county will*go one had ahouse-cleaning. It is timeIt YouWant the transaction of

more water comes into them, and inroad of the best delegations: sent to Tallahassee went back to those principles upon your increasing

9e i building this fact must be taken in a number of years, and a which it was called into being princi- business.

., # into account. Also, because an existing delegation that will, rank high in any ples far too valuable to be frittered More'
1 portion of the road has, through assemblage anywhere. I. J. McCnll away by the prejudices of incompetent bank is ready to serve

'' bad judgment been built across a wide is a lawyer, one of the best in the leadership.-Ex. you. .

swamp, it may be poor policy' to Improve Third circuit, I Is progressive, has a

(. '" this piece of road, because the keen conception of men and measures,

t; foundation is unstable, a high bank and has perhaps as ]large; an acquaintance Th.'Avera,&; o Way. .

will be necessary, and the rotten logs, among men of affairs In Florida] One trouble with tbe country U the BANK OF STARKE

,a G sticks and trash will allow the water as any man in the state. :'He[ 'is a way to many of our young men feel .

; C to undermine the road and cause cay Democrat of the old school, has served that there's no chnnc to get to the Paying by check U easy. Paying by
top In thla ern.of combination, consolidation check is safer
1l Ings. Also] two or more bridges twenty-one years as a member of the : '
d should not be built near together in state committee, and for the past six and Mettle big down business to do and as so little contentedly I E.. S., MATTHEWS Pres.t' ,' _. :'. CEO. C. WHITE, Catluer

the mistaken idea of saving has been --
expense. years its treasurer. The'; oth-
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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922.!

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t I :Mrs. A. B. DeMontmollin: Jr., of Angelo THE S'fEC.TIOX May_Well, you've certainly !got"a ,:

i. r I II I Texas, were guests last week of Rood head for it-Topics of the Day '?

Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Davis, at their ;.. My tYpust is on her vacatoin Films. j (

Bits of Local : Kinsley lake cottage.W. I :My trpi.t's iiwnu fpr n week

:My typudt us in hwr vscurion But why did the speaker mako such .

A. Scott and uncle Rev. George I Wgile thee damn keys ploy hude pointed remarks. ? {III!

I Information : F. Scott, left Monday for Clayton, I and( seek. Had to, N) !get his ,meaning through .. I )?

; lia.: where they will upend the remainder Cjoras: their<< heads. I suppose. -Vaudeville J

+ tr.ee. of the summer. Enroute they Oy, brenk boxk, bting;, bzsk, News. If
LhV Omr ,...,. BIm ........ -.II ,. f
i 14 )M rAh.ve aee C....p.I1rs. Me 7_ I stopped in Atlanta to see :Mss Gertrude I Urung becj mu b'Onnlo ti my tp mr; Y, ./.
Scott who is a student; at the n '
(&ng hxj, b-Gnrc biex.ljing
-- n "" summer school of Emory University. ] bozk moo' botni oh \ ; ei\ t
.:. < =;-*.+ee f. H. .. TT.'rA'jSjH'i !! J I I o mwx, ,
holkl'l! .. rENT-A-\VORD
G. M. Inman spent Tuesday in I : ) '-Maxwell House! Coffee, 3" I The stomach regulates the. condi- We Cjrind Our Own Lenses -l xdu,ngt>.

t 'ksonville. cent at Griffin & Johns. II |tion of the blood and Is the fountain : .
I j head of health or disease. Get your NODELAYGaines'7illc j;
i t'.t'rAiA'CilENT::/ I
stnt < i C. Sweat spent Friday In Lake | Mrs. Alma Mcr.IilIabu. and little song.stomach right; by taking TanUic. Tur r

tier attending to business. j Merrill aro in Valdosta, Ga., visiting: >ner's Drug Store Starke.! Florida.anew. .
td j Mrs N E. Mahone and Mrs. H. J. {_1MTm< JI-I-IH-IT I L f 1 Wife tif Rufus Hi/l'/, Hby, Colored Dies roil SALE!:-100,000() Klondyke straw. j. .

n'i.i W. Hazen, of Brooker was In Warlick. From Effect of Collision berry plants, $3 per thousand. C. ,
Genuine Palm Beach suits, $0.00- It ia hoped by those who frequently :
C. Cowart R. F. U. Starke.
d wn Monday. I A few numbers left, at Griffin & travel on the train that some ,1FOR
, Friends of Rawson J. Davis will be Johns. attention will also be paid to the first- I Sunday, the wife of Rufus Rigsby, '
t Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Tuesday in plcused to learn that he Is now out class (!) coach. : colored, and her three children: were SALE--10-foot square tent, government /: t
I0 ,ksonville. : riding in drawn mule, make, 3 1-2 foot walls, inexcellent (
of the hospital after a successful Mr. a buggy, by a I
operation and Mrs. S. J. Prescott with
t condition :tO cash. L. ;
south the Starke ami $ II.a [.
for on I.awtey
appendicitis. :Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and children, ZIFFZiff
Miss Virginia Weeks of Brooker is As they arrived at Powell's Eastman l Starke. 6.30.2t'I
of Cordele, Ga., Mrs. W. K. Wilder, rOatl'j ,
siting Miss Harriet Ritch.P. G. C. Cady west
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. hitch and children of Orlando, JV.. Andrews Sr.,,and June 30.-Services were conducted sary Middleburg road in came I WANTED-Good bird dogvl have tIll f'I

returned will motor to St. Augustine to W. T. Atwell, of Gainesville, enjoyed : at Rock church Saturday and His I cash F. P. Jones, Box f>2, Fort I
E. Canova home Fri. and turned in on the Law toy road. As
spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. a few days spent on Lake Geneva last Sunday by Revs. Moody, Markey and I Pierce, Fla. C-30-4t
toy after a business trip in South I W. T. Ritch. week. Mr. Cndy is known to bo a very care- ', r.
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eorgia.; Kelly. ful driver, it may bo presumed that 4 .t +
serious1 FOR RENT: -Two furnished cottages "
I We are sorry to report the
not drive fast in the turn and
Mrs. W. K. Wilder, of Orlando. left :Mr.[ and Mrs.\ J. H. Ritch and children '
Theo. Tison is the new illness of Mrs. Lacy i'revatt, who is gave the buggy all the room at Kingsley lake. Apply !Mrs E, ,i
Wednesday for her .
homo. While here and Mrs.\ Anna Murrhce motored '
from appendicitis.Rev. E.: Canova. 623t.:! ,
meat market at the But the mule being fractious i
the depot. lIe I sho visted her I ,hOoultl'l !'o
parents, !Mr. and M.rs.( to Brooker Tuesday and spent! the and Mrs W. M. Mootly and son '
.amines good service. S. J. woman a poor driver, besides a
Prescott, of Sampson.Mr. day. While there Mr. and Mrs. Ritch
Percy of LaCrosse, attended churchat i t k
a small child in her lap, tho animal FOR SALE-Klondyko and Mission. d .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs R. A.
Tfohns;; Rock Sunday. --- turned clean around and the strawberry plants A. J. Thomas "y '
(]o to Griffin & for bargains. and Mrs. H. H. got buggy j ary \
Isla and three Weeks and Mrs. Murrhee visited her I '
Mrs. Lomlo Reynolds! and Miss\ '
r in front of the car. It nil Route 3, Starko. 6-23-2t 'k
children, of Arcadia, are visiting at mother, Mrs. Kelly.J. happen-I'
/ of Graham Friday
I Florrio Ward, spent .
L A. Brown A. A. IIazen and W. the home ed so quickly thut tho car ;'
Mrs. Isla's brother, I. I I.OST-B..twf'pn
guests of Misses Rhoda and Alva wheels of the buggy the Starlfe and Kingalejrlake /
Crosby were among the Brooker: Sloan.E. F. Colley has put in gasoline buggy/ turned '
{ niters to Starko Tuesday. Thomas.Mr. I over and the mulo ran with It about 5-gnllon kerosene can filled! t ,
tank and pump of lutest construction, and Mrs Rufus Johnson and 100 yards before-the and 1 children with oil. Suitable reward for return t
N. Walter; of Chicago has also water and air for his 'garage, I woman I o
Brabham, Iron and purchased children, of Graham, spent Sunday, were freed from to E. S. Matthews.FOR .
Whipponvillf' ifs
the Reinoehl place and will which is located in the cast end of his the guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ S. L. Prescott. I A V
f' at Kicklitcr's. 6-23.2t make his homo here. big brick building on Cherry street. I It was found that the woman' hail SALE-At a bargain, handsome r 4 'f

I He is automobiles one leg broken besides, Internal Injur- ] sound and home also
now ready to repair Miss Avy Starling spent the week-I gentle ; two ,
Rev. George F. Scott, of Lakeland I Hollis Knight!' who is attending tho and furnish supplies of all kinds. en dat Cooter Pond/, guest of her un- les. Her little son had a I leg broken !I, gallon) cow antI young heifer calf. I P

lent. the wc k-end with his brother, summer school of tho University of I cle, Wade Starling.Mrs. I in two places. Mr. Cody Immediately ,, J. O. Turner, Starko., C-9-tf. ; '

.. A. Scott. Florida, spent'< thu week-end with hispnrenh Mrs.\ F. L. Turner and Mre. E. L. Edward Provatt and, daughter got the family into his car and ;, NOTICE J I
Col. Diggs left Wednesday for Henderson-t I brought! them to their home, then I The town council of Stnrko. Bradford 1
and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Pearl, of Savannah, Ga., were theI coun
Stanley C. Carpel! of Ormond, spent 1 brought Dr. E. L. Blgga there to nt- Klnrliln. will mart nt the council roomTurmliiy. +
ville N. C. tho
a sojourn .
I among guests of her brother, Lacy' Prevatt I II, tuJli, nil M Umnl 1 ol iriunHn'ra.
several days this!' week as a guest( at Good values fountains. Mrs.\ Turner may later tend to their injuries.' Dr. Iliggs infer U mud will conlmiln from ility to tiny for
on ]lOc counter at Wed neclay.. 11m imrpoNo of ht arlnt omnulnlntji\ .nd: 1''I" 1'\
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-hf home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. 'Griffin & Johns. extend her trip to Philadelphia, and I called Dr. W. E.: Miildlolon! to asist !j ci'lvlnir tcMlimony ... la ilia vnlllit of any re
him, but the Internal injuries tho property' ivnl, 11t..nRI! or rnlr.ll' 'l. KM fined by \\1. r
visit her slater! Mrs.\ J. R. Garri.s."I .
I 11 HI Town Tut A...... for the year/ 1U2J.ntmliutl .\
Butternut bread. the best bread SAMPSON: :; : CITY woman had received<< caused her death lho owner or aganU of uell prop- }
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and son, eM "
made, at People's Grocery Store. George of Lake Butler, were visitors would not take $1,000 for what II IThursday morning. The little boy ', y< D.WITT O. j'ONFfl.!: .1f f
wonderful City, June 30.-Rev. Mr. I[will probably recover, though O. A. FIITCII. rrf.id.nt. Council.: Y
Sunday at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. | that Tanlac medicine has Sampson/ clerk. eiattoaoForStyle .
Mrs. Lutes Crews, of New River filled his appointment tion of his leg be '('(' '
"Miscs Ethel Griffin and Audrey I W. H. Green. done for me, said Mattie I may I1I11PUtU'I'I ,
.Tohns spent the week-end in Hampton of Lexington. Kentucky. Sold l>y Tur- here Sunday. ,

with Miss Ethel Hunt. I Don't let that miserable tired feeling ner's Drug Store, Starke. Miss Lillian Ilossingol- Ju\kllon-I: NO PICNIC THE FOURTH e'y-z I tlr I
ville, is visiting her aunt and uncle, .
| become a habit. Get rid of it to- I \
Miss Ethel Hunt, of Hampton, spent day by taking Tanlac. Turner's Drug M's"eR[ Irma Stllley and Tna Jones Mr. and Mrs.\ J. N. Thomas. I| It has!' been decided to not have any "1 4

several days the first of the week with Store, Starke.A will leave Monday for Hastings where Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnos visited relatives picnic in Starke on July 4th, as pre .
Miss Ethel Griffin. I they will be the guests of Miss Clyde in Starko Saturday and. Sunday viously announced, as other placed + t .

beautiful line of embroidered Sheats.! Before returning they will within reach of Starko got ahead of '! ,

Mrs. C. P. Cnson, of Jacksonville, Swiss tissues and, organdies at Griffin .visit friends in Palatka, St. Augustine Mrs. W. K. Wilder, of Orlando, Is us in announcing their attractions A .,

is in Starke visiting relatives and I & Johns. Dnytona Beach and Jacksonville. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. picnic hero under the circumstances J.q.. II

''coking. after her interests here. J. Prescott.Mr. would! l prove a tame alTair and tho '

I At the present rate of Tanluc miles, Although a powerful reconstructivetonic and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen! and matter has been called oft. I :t :

White Skirt Sale at Griffin & Johns. it is estimated! the grand total will ; Tanlac contains no harmful Ingredients little daughter, :Mildred, spent! the I I

reach 21,000,000 bottles at the end of minerals or opiates, whichare weekend. in Brooker visiting rein- j CURIOUSTho H

Miss Edith Stokes, of Jacksonville, I the present year. Turner's. Drug Store, ,I so often found in other medicines.It tives. i \ ,
is visiting: her sister, Mrs. T. C. :Mor Starke. I can therefore be taken by delicate S. II] Long, (if Sparks, Ga., visitedat ''
at the bar had I longlist
prisoner a I 1
ris. children with splendid results. the home) of convictions.! against
At I'eoples Grocery Store, notr the ner's Drug Store, Starke. Tur-I day. previous
\ depot, all goods are fr'sh.Ve car- M rs. W. J. Robcrson, wall a visitor him.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King and two "
; "Your honor, he said to the judge,
interesting children left Sunday for ry none of the stuff made during the Mr. and Mrs.. L. V. Moore and !MrM, to Starke Monday. "would mind tho ,
postponing casefor
their home in Cordele, Ga. war. Come and satisfy: yourself a. to and Mrs. D. W. Moore returned Sunday I T. V. William was a business visitor you
a week ? Tho lawyer who Is defending
quality and prices. from an extended pleasure and to Wuteroak ono day last week.L. .

Miss Cora Pittman, of Jacksonville, business trip through the Eastern L. John. was a visitor to Ilroolc- "But me Is were ill." arrested with and Comfort t ; j \

is visiting at the home of !Mr. and Oscar Van l'vittvere and family have I, states, visiting Richmond, Va., Petersburg er Saturday. you "your objected
Mrs. G. W. Lewis.J. moved here .direct from Belgium, and I Glendale Md., and Washington, John McKinney, of Graham, was a hands in the gentleman's pockets; I '

are occupying a cottage near the park. I D. C. They report the most touching business visitor here Monday. the judge. "What/ possible de- YOU curt prove to yournclf thiit I

E.: Maines, Jr., of Lake Butler, Mr. Vundevigvere is a decorative and interesting event was the Arlington I Dogan Nabb was a visitor to the fense can your lawyer make?" and nwkwardnen do j .
1 "Just HO, your worship. That's whyI not ncxeMurlly (jo together. Just "
last week.Mr. .
where all the county seat
spent the week-end in Starke. the painter.Mrs. cemetery returningbodies look line of fj.hlon-
I'm over our
want the case postponed. curious
truest of Hollis Knight. of A. E. F. are being interred. Kinard has moved his family uble and wcll-fittlnu shoes, and&it1e .
to know what earth ho will
I N. A. lilitch, who 'spent the hero from Valdosta and will take on '
Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter, An- I past six month in DcLanil with her Members of the Modern Health Crusade 'charge of the section for the Southern I say. -Chicago Herald.

nie, have returned to their home in daughter, Mrs. J. E. Futch, is here among the students of the B.: It. railway. : ;

Palatka, after a visit with Mrs. Long's visiting her daughters Mrs. H. L. S., will be interested know that I I'.Ioxhiim Parrish was a visitor to Sir, do you see anything ridiculous ; f

mother, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee.Is Brownlee and Mrs. T. N Limbaugh. Willie Green, youngest son of Mr. anj Starke one day last week. in mjr wig 7 y7 t

Mrs. Ben Green, la first to win the I Britt Alvarez, of Wateroak was u \ Yes, your h'utJ.-New York Evening The beauty and the well-fitrinf : r

your appetite Jaded? Is your The name of the Starke House( has title of advanced order of knight bannerette 'visitor to our town Saturday. World. qualities of this well known i r .

digestion poor? If so, Tanlac is what i been changed by its n jw proprietor I and that he now wears a gold
you need. Turner's Drug 'Store, Starke W. W. Colson, to "Hotel Marion." It badge, showing that he has done the the marriage\ of Charlie Smith of Huh (at hrcukfast)-I've got a bad economy la merely InclJcntuL j .I V

I f is the only hotel in Starke, and, a health chores for thirty successive Hawthorne to !Miss Eloise: Geiger! of head[ this morning. Vllll" our I lottery PepanitKnl t' ,
Wife-I'm dear. I do hope sat Urn eau arc lit. the....... .
well sorry
See the new line of hosiery at Griffin good one. It is patronized. weeks. Mk-nnopy. Mr. Smith has many warm i f
& Johns. friends here who will extend congratulations you'll be able to shake It off., -Pear- j J': vt

I W. Starling is in Starke visitinghis G. M. Inman, local representative of, *. Bon's Weekly. s

Butternut bread, buns and rolls,: son, C C. Starling. He is a Confederate the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, is .. STERNBERG'SSTARKE '
veteran, on his way home, WilY SCHOOL TKAC1IKHS: CO; Ruy-If I were a doctor, I would!
fresh from Gainesville!' every morningat I wearing a handsome diamond pin as n UtmIDIDmIDOItDmmIDIDmmLtmIDIDIDIDmtDIDmmm@IDID
Tampa after having attended the reunion CRAZY specialize in bone surgery.
Peoples Grocery Store.L. murk of having made the best recordof

at Richmond. any of the company's agents t

L. King, who has spent the past throughout the United States during! I Answers in examination papers( : m IIIIIIIIImII a t
nine months in New Orleans attend. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wood and children the past month. This trophy Is held Poise ii the way a Dutchman says I ) i

ing a Baptist college; is visitng Mr. have moved here from Omaha, only oolong as the winner holds first boys.

and Mrs. J. T. Quigley.Mrs. Neb., and have purchased one of E. place then it passes on to the next Equinox: : ia a wild animal that lives

D. Card's cottages in the eastern partof man who leads for a month. in the Arctic.King .

J. P. Wentworth, of Avon Park town. Arthur's Round Table wa .
has been visiting her daughter-in-law, The combination coach of "Peggy"has written by the author of Ten KnightsIn L-jLeJL

Mrs., J. II. Wentworth, who is recovering Keds of every description for men, been repainted outside and inside a Bar Room.Copernicus !.

after a serious illness. women and children at Griflln & Johns even the stove and the wood box. The invented the cornucopia.

seats have also been upholsteredPiles Etiquette teaches us how to be polite

The office of Jones Hardware now We received two communicationsthis without trying to remember to -

has an' electric fan that runs all day. week that we had to throw into Cured la 6 to 14 DaysOru7jlata be. w : : _.

The "juice" is supplied by R. Burrows.J. ; the waste bosket. They were, appar. refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall In the stone age all men were ossified.
Insteadof locum luhlt.rf. $"":d< fretting or Prntruilln,*Pile*.
with pins
ently, nIIA'CI' -hln I'v .., erg ?."..can f. Elberton Blue Georgia Granite : ,
M/Dubose and family, of Tampa pencil, and were too illegible for The climax of a story ts where it "

are visiting his parents at Dukes, busy people to bother with. SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE says it Is to be continued. THE STONE ETERNAL"AndGEORGlAMARBLEinitvariouhade. '

after a short visit with relatives in A gulf i Is a dent In a continent. .-makeMEMORIALS f
Governor Hardee appointed 49 supervisors Buttress Is a butler's wife.
Starke. of registration for as many (In effect Avril 30.. 1922). Conservation means doing without

counties Tuesday Each of them received SouthboundNo. things we need.
an appointment for a twoyearterm 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. m If Ponce de Leon hadn't died before t

666 beginning July 1,1922. The appointee No. 3, 10:59: a. m. he found the fountain of youth, he Renown h

for Bradford county was C. No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58\ p. _. wouldn't have died- St. Petersburg

A. Knight, of Starke. No. 15, Limited, 2:15: p. m. Times. J I FORARCHITECTURAL1DIGNITY: | |;
Cure Malaria, Chills and Fever, NorthboundNo. I ,

Bilious1 Pfcrer. It kill Mrs. A. B. DeMontmollin, 'andlEVERLASTINGiENDURANCE! .
Dengue or Mr. and 2 arrives Starke 5:19 a. m. :-o"i Ii

the germ Sr., of Montgomery, Ala., and Mr. and' No. 4 at 4:00: p. m. MONEY TO LOANAt Three essential factors tob *con.idered in'buying: mon t}

No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. n. P
666 quickyslrelieves Cold, Con umenU, are, :BEAUTY PERMANENCY APPROP- r'
No. 16 Limited 5:55 interest
V'5 3
p. m. percent
J THIS will I tipatio lioutne and Headache Wan nee BranchNo. RIATENESS. You have the assurance of.thia 'eombi-. 0 '

TTiTT-a CATARRH MEDICINE A F Tonic.No TilE FEDERAL HESKKVE: LOAN nation when buying'our: material. '
do what" w. claim. for.t-r.l, your .y.wrn *. ne 101 leaves Stark 7:45; a. m.
at Catarrh or new cauwa toe ca No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 COMPANY;
not r..urnm."u it any p. m.
ocher dleeaue.IIALL'N tATARRII' MEDICINE III a ( Worms in a neaitfcy Child: T. J. GRIFFIN In lending money on Real Estate at 3 4
taken Inernallr and aeta throughthe Al!..:,\\1; ri robbM with Worm have aa un- Agent time Leading Manufacturer of.lhe SouthField
liquid the m11COtal aurfar.e of hr lt! color' wMrft Indkwm. font Wood, and a*atain. percent interest long payment or Special Representative,
the system blood upon thus rationale tke: Ihll.\mm. tin-re< i* mute ur I era lumarb. d................ I .
If interested see
Naturqta. restoringr7.ormal l W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA.
ton and ntAU" JKOv ?yT.taftfL3aCNILL1o'IICglveareaaCIi . Cure Malaria, Chill, ,
comdnlona.An :' t." '0"t :-IfO "'"' w" "i"1 rtatprn' 666 E.. W. IIAYES
Dntgaleta., Clrculnra'free. .. ...ra [ Fever Bilious Fever,
T.JChen.y? ('0.. Tolud! Ohio. .',.;,. t ".dfaenae.nnA.ctn.ei'n" .rein Y e.na... ,n Cold and LaGrippe. STARKE FLORIDA. r" _._._...nmm
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r y. I.nda will M sold at .......110 auotlonj' '
( I. h..lty gIvan, that the 101l0wlns I..rlbed betore the I 01 ---BA 1.12 20 C.lh.rlne FarraI' ______T
4 NoSlra "' IH lAt2 It be 'nor the Ird cia) ot b mnue, all illk 16 ex Sub Dlv A _) CD. 8'y ot BWo SWV.----- 6D
'r't' MONOASBrsss .. 1-JIvillo .mbnwlns
thoreof ,
on the FIRST of tlorlda, or 01 Lot Wu 16 n
Brndfnrd State 8 A F of Lot 1 A Sub P7
,, Door lOt In Counlri .al15 the anm0. to..ethor wIth the Div N.... of N4\ NEy4 of NWY __8& II 14 JlJaxleSJtrongneon. -------_._
C D of UI
S-na Lot 1 A Lot B of
amount due for taxes "t oDD ____________ 18\ YH .
.' *....." to E. W. llAYE91'ax COII..tor.I Blk BR''r..t NI1I.:' ______ 40 -------.. _
11 A leis R.Sf
S B of Blk 18 A
1 r'i and advenl, Ing. _________.8 8 2.1: 10 IIoY S F Wolf
i coat of nah tale Lou S 6 of Ulk 19 A Lola 8 6 6 NWy. of NEof 8W'/1 -- --------- 10

I 1{ k T.an. of Blk 20A Blk6 29 80 81 81aa : u"l"E" N1Vy4_ __ _"___Wof___<______SWY______ 8 HZ 50 'A I Bryan -- ----------.. \\CI

.' I JI' Cats 84 85 SO 87 88 3In! Samp. 23.71 uf s P'Q' of SE\ ___________. 6 6 11.1: 913 SlIu Luplon -_ -- -_____.___ y 8
Smith .
;' it 4 1If\ D..rlptlon s.... R. T. A. Owner ,, Nun City _.______n_____________ 4 7 21 R.H -- -- W'f ufNE': &Etyof NW'/ i S

i r I''J Lots Illk ABC S in Saraiwon'City Sub Div ,of Lot._8_of. 4 7 21 R H Smith. ____ 2.B3 E'k' of S t: WI{, 01 SE\io\ ____ II 6 22 B211 E E C.nova -- ----.---- ,iI ,'
\\I NB'. AN"!, of 3: I NEt __._______ ________ 6 6 22 40 Unknown ___ ,'
,) I/ Sof SBU: of ___ _______ 18.61 Lot. On Lout B AIi of -- ------ 0.:
f f ____________._____ i 7 19 10 0 Willie Crswa u lla lOs lea A A l' of N W14 ____ 7 6 U 49 0 L Underhill .
: 21.87 NE i -- ------00-
t I C D Sub Day of wt r v.69
60 ft
| A
S 1 SE'4 7 120 JY -- -- 17 on of 1'1&1,4
n j J I 'i'i E'&of NEdNEVI' __________________-__A 7 5! J n .BlErA Eat :: ::::--::-: 7.69 E aid. of Lot 19 of Blk 6 inSampson 813 N\\" 'NE'4 NWV of !NW\4\ NEVI_____"_________ 8 8 22 20 F.: E Caneva __ ______
.. of
i N \ blJU JJ 7.69 ..___ __ ____ R H Smith _II. --- 'pl
I I ____________ji 7 19 Mm Horene. Varnado --- City 4 7 21 7.611 11 6 2t I
_..__ 11
i i. ,", ',!JL', \; R sir'' of IIf NW'I:'' I _--____.-__14 7 19 40 Unknown __.__________.____ 7.69 Lot 11 of Blk 14 In Sampson City. 4 7 21 R U Smith .....w.- -- F.Wri..of'. of IIW": 1 s'yot 01 SE NE'4 I. EVJ- -of 20 11 Spencer ------ '161

f r NW It. of IIW: /, &W-W30lT A of !lW |i| Lull&SubDIvABCofLotlO 4k Sub Div NWYof ______________.11 6 28 80 Unknown -_ --__-. 1;

I J I' V' of SWV* A A of NE'.4 .. ........ 13.U In Sampson O D of Lot..- of Blk 21 ....... 8.11 El', of ISW 01 AE"y! _..________---12 8 n 19 Unknown -- -. ---..------ J r6 M
: _______._____.______12 7 19 61 Steve HauueA --- -- Sui: City 4 7 R H Smith ...... 8 22
NWl4 J Homur Livingston
? / 01 or SEI,4 of 10 ___ _..
SW' .
___ .08o 'i-s--b'-; ; E'1J --
f I VIEV _____________13 7' Y0 G Gowen __ ?_________ Dlv A B of Lot 1 NWy' -,41!
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r 19 tit 1\E\\ SE'A
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7.64I :
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I' ________ .---" 7 40Mr.. O SJ.vlll ---- --- tr1. A Sub DivA _____________111 8 II 20 Fred Freldenberv _
'I o : r "4 SE'q.: of of _*NBU Et4 __--_____-'_--______111 7 111 4U Moae Hoblnaon __ _________ 7.59 Iof of Lot Lots; 4 A .. lOa lla AWV4 Coin of at SSV'i NE, of C eE1 \ SW' -- -_ UI
; A I ABA Lots C 1> r.ooftS48J II

f I '' W"K ofof:' NY'g' _EV4_____of____NWU___\___.J? 7 19 200 Unknown ._ _. __________-_ 8.4G '. E ABA 1, Sub Lot Div of Lot It A Lou 660& run ft. 1'1 W 8110 ft. to beg ___t_____16 8 12 7 E 0 Wrlflht -- ----__._
21 all 111
in 17 In
'r \: 19 ___.._ 14.74 Silt
14 7 Varnado.Steva
? + N 1. ur '* -- -- NO Mra Florenc. Sampson City ... 4 7 21 ..__ 11.17 NE'4 : of SEti _- 8 22 19 John Toplln -- ---- 661
Smith IWI
a roT16
$1 __ Xf08nW
fo f ry w\ of ', 1'1 of river---M 7 19 SO Hague __ -. ____oo 5.111htr. / -- ;;-- p. Nine:: ) oide of i
Lot 6 of Bib IS A A In
7 19 _. _. .______..___ 7.B9 Cor
4 7 (' 40 Unknown of 4th and Load Street ,. ex N 1 A for church ________17 6 23 R Felix GoodwiD. --_ 881
r f"w rifSEu-a-: : : 5 20 2D M C Itaulersen -- .---.----- ..I) I ia of ______________18 8 22 20 Julia Good..ln. ___
0 r s4 S Sampson Citp _..__-_________. 4. 7 21 R H Smith!\ .. .__._...____.__. 2.83 NN uf SEt, NE'4 --- 6t
All,|( WHo of NW'/, A NWUf\ I It. of 8EIt" SEI of SE'4 __--18 6 12 120 C L Vnderhlll _.___ !
All Ulk 4'l: S of S A L Ry In B .. .11 ; 1181
I ______SJ( 6 20 /0 IRn.I" Trust Co. of Fla ---- 7.89 .6r--' NL/V4 ________ _____ 6 113
__ Annl. .
101 of rlv.r end of __ __ _. 2.B3 of SW'I.. .0 Reynolds -- _
.I of WE'A' NEU"oF\ NW'4' 1 6 2U 110 M C RauleraonMr _____.__.___ 11.73 I I SnmpHtm City __ _. 4 7 21 R H Smith __ ._.____ A strip 100 It wide extending aurues 741
NWyWyy All
NB 4 of NW4 ___.___________._ 2 6 20 415 M li Clark .. --------.-. 7'69 I end Hlk48Nof of Bampeon SAL City __Ry__._In_..E.:. 4 7 21 Richard Fisher ____.____/. 2.63 entire Send 01 W'N of NE'4 of
i 'l't' A W'h of NWyiEofriver \ 1 t.1 of road _____________29 ,8 22 e B Rublnoon ...... ... _
NEVi of NW1,4 ____, 18.61 B A In SW Cor of SWU of SW'/' .- 4 7 21 II U A Jones .. ______.___ 1.17 l'E'4 1.n
i, ___.__.. __ .._ ______ _li 8 20 100 Mra. ]M | Sub: Dlv A B C of Lot 19 of ilk Cum 210 It N of SE Cor of SW

I SWyi of NEVI all SEtof l"EJ' .. ... ____ 11.4T 6" Sub lily A BCDE Fof SSWO"f 1 / W8151'3y
..t'' McKinney branch ______12 8 20 liS Lea Thoma -. E
r' B15 b
1 ;", NElof W of HWV. _________.....______IS 6.0 .U Samuel W. Brawn ____._=_ 7:69: I Lot IiCDEFof 1 of Blk 19 Lot A 8of133k10 Sub Diy A A t- _____b-R--21 I It 2 MOIIPlla Holly _. _________ )

SW NWI/, of Se4: &BubDivA iiofLot2&BUb NE4j of SE'44 ofSEya ___________21 6 U 10 11 C Sherm.a _..-._.__ tp
.. 61
'w. fENs" ._.. IK v
34N'44 } of % ______ 23 6 2/1 190 J T Ikave.U.-- -- of
-- rom at cento
Div B
A of Lot
of Blk In
r .\ ? S' 1 of NEvof St'44 _____________--29: 8 29. 20 Joseph 8tcrrlck: .------ --.- ..03 I Sampson City 4----------19------ 4Suli 7 21 -. It L Farrcll .. ...__._._ 9.39 Tihalr 10110 line ur S,... 21 runnincE
23 Dlv A of Lot 6 of Blk 17 A W cromrs & run H on lty411U
: 1.11
t River _24Frac 8 20 J S Thomns -- -- ---------
New E toItv
In ft th.'n.o right angk'
Lot 1 of Blk 82 Sub Div A B of Lot 1 of Blk 20) .t

'. 28 In Sampson City, .. 17 21 R H Smith .. _..____ 4.63 to acid half mile line, thence
1.47 -- "s
I1 River ______._24 8 20 Unknown .. --- ---------- be -21 22
r Blk 4 In New Sub DIVABCDBFofLot1 W to 10 R M Jenkins __ ___________ <.IIt

2a Unknown 1.11 of Silt B In Sampson City _____ t. 7 21 R L Farrell _____ 1.47 Nt4: of S10y4 of SkVS ________--d4 6 U 10 E D Shlpm.n __ _____.____h 'r,
I Ix>U I 9 of 11lkI New RIVerY4! 6 20 -- Com In center of U 8 A F Ry track N".hVf Su4 of SW'',. IX 2 A In

Z3i : N.----. 1.11 opposite mil poat marked 244 Cor __ __-__ ____--_Z2 S 12 n D P PnlJlUII __ ,
I i Lot 1 pf Blk 8 In Now River -_--.24 8 29 Unknown -- ---- from Macon A 41 from PalatkaA NW\ of NW'4 of SE\4\ & SW31

23 run E on said Ry track 147 of BWI.4 of NE"' _______-____22 6 21 20( J S Elliott aAt
'; I.ot 11 of Blk 10 In New River _._.24Ii 6 20) Unknown __________ 1.11 ft, 8 62 ft to a pt ot beg, thence. Su.n A In lOW Cur of SEy1 ofNWy -

S en tt w ist ft, N eisvi, ft ____.________-____-22 8 II 7 Unknown ____________ Jai
t L I i\. .t 8 of Blk 12 In Now River ____21 8 20 Unknown ------ 1.11, to S A L Ry right\ of way, and E 8 A of Nay: :1 SE'4. of 8W''' ---23 8 24 8 J L SlIoo" -. .-___-------___ 11.5'SIl'
U! thence 71 degree\ Rust on said That portion SW'' of 5114 ..

t'r,, I Lot 8 of Blk 14 In New River __* Unknown ------------- 111 right of way 367 ft, thence 404 .. of SE'4' of Slt'ri S or 1',, 'kN"2

} 21' I' It to pt of bow ....-..___....... 4 7 21 12 R H Smith .____________ 6,30 ad. ii-28 8 It 20 Erneet Wondorll.k __ .____ ,
? I.t 11 of BIN IS In New River ____21 6 20 Unknown. -.--------- 111 E 6 A of SU of -_ B 7 21 8 dim! Pridgeon __ ----- UJ A 4 E400; "iti the; -s
, Lots 8 A I II) ofIlk 16 In Now 21 {I I A In SB for o rNlff: :'E Sty 'f A of SWi4. of SWy4 1'1 of pub- .

4 Klver _____--__-._--__2 '6 20 Unknown -----.------ 1,1 I 8EU\ of SEU\ ---- -- B 7 21 2 R A Jones *. _..,.___ 2.G3 lie road .23 8 22 28 E.n Shipman -----____ I .
Lots 1 A 7 of 3126 In New 2.1 I I I NI '4 of SEU ex 10 A in SE-Cor All ;f iEiZT1j! ;;

River _________ _24 8 20 Unknown --"---'--'--- 111 A S'/j' of 'S'4 of SK'4' of SEUA of SWt4 S of leek ro.a. _________U 8 22 87 L C P..ott __ ___ _._ w
Lota 10 1-18 of Blk 27In, Now -IIIxita I I EW of NWVi of SB''! ________ 8SEU 7 21 60 R H Smith .. _____ n.78 NH: or ;;11'8' 22 40 L M L"norloy ___.__=:::

l Rlv.p ___OM.____________-I.n---2/ 8 20 Unknown ----------. 1..11I of NB' of SE'/i ____________ B'SWU 7 210 W H H.lchor _._ _______ 11.23 W16( of 14E'4 __________________28 6 21 HII F.rn..t Wlnderllok ___ A74
4'ji S 7 10 A 12 of Blk 28 : 1 I I'I \ A W'.i of SEU: ____________ II 7 21 240 Unknown .. ._ '_'___'_'__ 4d.2V NEV4 of NWi. _- _. _____26 6 U .0 M.. T E Undurhill._ _.-_::: U i
New Rlvr __ ______24 8 20 Unknown --.--------.--. 1.7 i NBU':' of NE ___-_________________ 8 7 21 40 V 11 Smith _.________ 7.511 WJ\ of SW" of NW", 4 N', of
A Vj undivided inura't' In lx>tIM NWU of NWVi -________________. II 7 21 40 unknown .. .. -_____._-_____ 7.511 CW.'t; g.fpS '/'o.r'" : 0:1.3 A ___-2S 8 22 .0 Polly A Drew 17.n&run
13 A 6 of Wit 21)\ In New River__:24 6 29 Unknown ____.__.__- 1.12 : Fut: of SE'/i, A SWU of SEUNE' .____ II '7 21 1-U U i. Peek .. ._._i____.-.-___ 21.81 Cur E of NEV

n .'/. of NEU' less 8 A in SW __ _. __ _. W 9H2 It....th nce. South-
Lot 11 of Blk 80 In New River __24 8 20 Unknown ______._ 1.11Lots Cur ______,4v ". 0/ tl U wynn -- '-----.--.-- '1."0 caxteriy to a pt H-d n w or HOC
1 3 A 6 of Fraa Blk 81 In 2.124 NWW! of NE',B-NE'/-of', NW I/ line on S side of SEU of NEU

New Riv.>r __________________.- 6 20 Unknown ___-.__ l.n I A 1111of SfiUof NWU AW thence southeasterly 6-0 ft to apt
I-M 7 A 12 of Blk 82 In .Now 23 of NW'4W'' S4 of SWU'\ 120 ft on said 8.%. lino, thence

'dl River ---.------------------.24 8 20 Unknown ________ 1.11 SBVi' of SWU ___?.___________10 7 21 300 R H Smith ____________J 84.91 E 120! ft to 5... line, thanes N '
1 2S I I NE'/i' of NKU\ __-___..___________11 ''7 Yl0 K 11 bmilh _____-___-_ 7.6\ on Bra lin< to beg ______________2r 15 22 12 Polly A Drew -- ---.---- I it
Lot 1 of Blk 8d( In New River _.__24 6 2 D Unknown _____ .U N"of NE'A' IVof SWVfcof Com KiO 'ft W of !NE' Cor of Way i
of NW'/l of SB'/ of NE'At:
28 I I NEV, A NEV. of" \ A NV4

All Blk 42 In Now River ______?_-24 8 20 Unknown __ __ _. 1.90! of SE''. of NWVi -.___-_______12 7 21 160 n II Smith __ _____-_ 27.09''I E loot 2-to bogy 100 ft, N 243 ,ft,
SE'/i' of KB'/ __ -- .27 20 40 E ''NW/4\ of| NWU\ A Nli of SWU\ ( ft -.---______ _--__28 8 23 Richard Reynolds ______ 5.14
8BH of NESS & NE'4 of SK% .::S3 : 20 "> 1) JWoE Green ---- lIU: I of -__ 7 21 60 n H Smith _____ 19.5 9 I Com 200 It W of NE Cor of WV4 .

WU of SWU\ A NEU of SWViS"4 \ __B1 8 20 120 Seluata Bterrlalu ____._ 21.87 N'4 A 8W4'Etfi "of SEU"-------JBNE'l 7 21 560 R 11 Sm'tb' -_ _._.__.__100..1 I of NWVi of SEV, of NB'i A runS
NWY, ____-_-_._. II 7 20 .BO 10..0 Williams ______ 23.20 of NWU\ of NEU __________1* 7 111 lU lI.rD.rd A. Duk. __ ._____ .Y 1 245 ft, W 109 ft. N 245 ft,
fat hEH 3f"8 BU of NW v"e_ NEi'l of NW'A NWV4' of NWU B loll rt to bog ________________,.28 6 22 Geneva Town _____.__..__ ''I
1 KV_ SWU A SWU of Sl-/i-'\ 4 7 20 240 M", Mary 0 Thomas __ .UO of NEU _________*______'! 7 21 50 H 11 Spencer ______ 9.81 r Lot 1 of Blk 4 as extended on Enp.y'it -

Ely of SEVi ________________._._ 15 7 20 80 E R Andreu __ ___ ".73 ot'SW\4 ______________.__16"Vi 7 21 .9 R H Smith __C___ 7.6i J mop) oriur town of Stark,
'r Ri' \<_ of S'd of otT A R __________ 7 7 20 40 T W Wate. __ __________ 11.18 of NWVi\ A "1'j of SWVi --16 7 21 129 Unknown __ __ ____. 21.8 7 r NE'/i of SWU' -- -full _________28 8 23 H L Gray -_ ._-..___._ 82.1
1 ,, Lot 11 ei2AInSECor&NVj NW ft A N'4 of NW'y4' of B1Yy4..11\ 7 21 lHO') Ell Jones __. 93,5 1 y I One lot on N sldu of i"t. 62U( .. ,1

of Ixit 12 ______ ____ _... 7 7 2J 118 A A Hazen ___.______._ I \ of SE'----\ __.________.11 7 YtU Unknown M._:Mw_N 7.5i J ItE&: : W DY2fOft.NAB.
Sof', Lot 12 ex 1 lot 80 ft10 4 42.17I I of $W/ o -'i-17 7 21 110 W 0 Seals. .- --_ /.0 3 I bounded N by Jefferson st, W hv

1 2 W' by 210 ft N .A S In SW CoP.. 7 7 20 40 G C Devil ___________ U.01 N'l ; ; land of VlduI.. Atorictui, c:) by
N'4 of Lot 0 .__________________- 7 7 20 40 A 0 Gowon __ ______ 7.511 I oyf\ ? \ 'efis'EU: off-TwU-ZJ 7 21 200 R 11 Smith __- 88.41 I Call strwt A: E by Blk 17, orig
ii Two A ._______ _.-.Yl 7 2I ao H H Smith U.7J I town of SUirke In NE'/4' of SWVi 28 a 22a
In SE: Cor of Lot 11 A /a '( 0/ BFV--___ -- -- ---- -- R S John .. __...___ IIS
MIS A In SW for of Lot 12 _.._..' 7 7 20 2 8 V Anlreu _.______ 1.41 I SFir of' ___________________-2l 7 21 40 C L Yeek ._. . .. 7.GU: E'1of, Lot 1& Lots 8 6 7 of Ulk
NWU of SW'421 7 111 80 R U Smith __.____ 14.73 26 orlg town of Starke In NEU\ _
\ SWVi --_---_ 8 7 20 40 A A 11..D. .____-__._--19,31 NW}. of NW SWy of ..
>1)) 2 A In SB Cor of- SW of SWU' A SR'' of SWV A. WV4 of SBiA\ SW! ------. --- ____.28 22 Consumer Lumber Co ____.__ 21.4
I 8WVJ' of SW'i' of '" ___..__. N 7 20 12 M P 1Ifalhonp __ ______. e.I'o NE'1t S1./ ----"---"-------22 7 21 180 R II Smith _______...... 29.BINit I Lot 2 of Blk 27 Crag town of
NM, ..f 8W-1) of 8W'ez'\ E 8 A._ 8 7 20 17 0 M DeVlII _. _________.___. II.B7 I & w'/.:! l'IWIIt.of BE'2l' 7 21 340 It 11 Smith ..- ____..__v- 60.76' Lou Starke In tli ...36'fJti:':.i'ohna- 28 a 22 Consumer Lumber Co -..- 21 .
2 of --
t /rn SWU of SWU' ?___________ 8 7 20 I TC Huen '_ ____ 11.09 NWVj, of IUUE" AA Wi.!'4. oC 4 add
Lot 2 of Illk 1 In Ward City ___... 8 7 20 W W Ward __ ___ .111 c134:' of B:(;. of SEYo ___._ __.28 ''I 21 180 R H Smith .. ---.-______, 80.45'I Lot to Sllirhe In SE'/i' of SW/4 ______28 a 22e J T Quigley -. .________. ..RI
lot 13 of Blk 1 In Ward City ____._ B 7 20 JJloxh"m Ward_ NN .81 I NW'.r of"SEU"2.: 7 21 411 It U Smith -________ 11.16 8 A N 20 ft of Lot B of Illk
1 Lota 0 A 10 of Blk 10 In Ward :- wiri'" of NW i __ ____-.__..____oNW& 'I 21 40 Chaa. M. McKinncy ? ____ 7.69 37 J M John. add to Stark in SE '

(tl31 _________ ________ 7 20 W W __ _________. 1.18 1\ of NBU A N-. of NWVi33\ ''I 21 1'LO R U Smith -. ------.-- 21.87 U' of SW'/t'! ----_---_ ---____._28 22 J T Qulnlcy __ ____._, 21.S4
... of Mlk' 11n/ Ward City -_ 8 7 20" ]M P Math ny _________.. .1'1 All "______________________._20 '4 22 810 R L Black A Co -_.____ bJ.77 \V poi<;" of Blk) 6 Livlnitston Truby A
Lou. 8 A 8 of Ulk All .. _____--1 '4 22 640' R L Block & Co ____ 88.77 Sub \Dlv of M-i'< > 1 oCIo1/ >;1'02B 8,22 .
14 InVa d ---------- < Rosa Cox .. ._______.____ 4.11 4.D
1 City -...________________._ 8 7 20 W W W.rd ___ ._ __. __ l.n I All _-_..-___---_-.____22 4 12 J.tg R L, Black & Co -_._ 88.}:! I Vt a Blk of ta"\\f"otILuto'1 : 4of -
Lots 23 Y9 R L Black A Co 7tl. 17 \ A
3 8 4& 'SEii of
6 of'Blk 13 In Ward All SEU - ---
j { f City _________.?._______ ... 8 7 20 M P Ma'h.ny' ________________ 2.1R All ex. ----.-::.-...:.-:.:--*4NK'i : to 8d0 It L, Black A Co = : : ... 8.1.77 o all Lot "1 of HUc 1H L.vln".con!
0 r Lot B of Blk 11 In Ward City ______ 7 20 W W Ward __ ____-_ __ _.Cl of'NBH A WV4 of NBU ANV4 'I Truby A Co's Sub Dlv of NE'A
Lot B & of 4 23 200 R L Black A Co ___ 83.80 I of NE" ___.28 8 22
B of Silk 1In Ward NWU\ -1'SF.i -- F Pullum .. _
Ji : W W Ward 1,17 I ; of NBU\ __ ______.__________ .. 40Nero Knwls .. -. _________ 6.06All I Lot 4 82 Livlouxlun Truby ____ 20.08
7 -- -------- 2P
1 Loi.yl 6 i- T Blk i IS l l In W.rd; 20 _______________---__|J 1 A40, R L Black A Co ______ 83.77All : A Co's Sub Div' of NE'/i:: of NE',428: 8 22 Edna Jackson .__ _. _______
lay W W Ward 1.47Clly ex'SEV of SEW' _____ .87 t 2S&Wyjof81 GUU R L Black A Co .._-_____, 78.S7 W'y of Ulk 83: Llvmimlon i Truby OK -
7 20 -- ---- ------- Cos
7L Lou B 8 A. lo'i; Blk 18 In Wad NW +", A BE4o1 S Sub DIy of NEU of NEU__28 8 22 R M Jenkins .. ______ 1306
q 6 G B Col.lln __ _____ 8.10 SWV-L" WV4 of SE'i' A N EU' !"( of Ilk! art LIvlnuBlon Tru',,, A

'I ; Lot 7 of IIlk16w;;;--City-------_..- 7 20 M Malh.ny __ _______ ..08 of SE't;; _________.__________28 4 21 GOD R L Black A Co -_. 73.96 I Co's Sub Dlv of NE'A: of NEU __28 8 22 Unknown .. ________ 2.81
7 20
p Lot 2 of Blk 17n/ Ward City := : It A Andrew __ _____ &.80 ; /. _--- -__ .._' 23 40 U LnBTaBk"A""CoR : ... 6.98 WuJ of Ulk 40 Llvimmton Tmby A .
J p -- $ 7 20 f : :: :=:: : : B4U H .. = == ... : Co's Sub Div of NEIL _
Lut" 1 12 A 13 of Blk 18 !in Ward I All .._..._- _---. -.-- --29E''j 91.84' Lot 2 4 of Blk 41 ..t.1ru _28. 8 22 E E Snell .. ____ 2.8.
City of NEV/i'\ A EVi\ of SEU\ a"WV4
w 'r S' o--------------------- 9 7 10 M V Andre_ ... 11.87 200 L Black A. Co I iCu's Sub Div
____ of
Lot a : \ of NEU E of : --- 20.31NE'.4 I NEU of N
._. W __
_. W Ward .81 Hver90 22
7 2U 1110 R L Black A 1t
Co .
4" Lot 1 of Hlk __ 4 ---- 23.80N1. ifc ------------ ......_.28 6 22
21 -- -
In Ward City E T Stewart ____ W E Snail _______ ,
; no 8 7 29 7.1111 i i Vf-TB" "as 800 R L Black A Co Lot 5 ofDIk 42 ___ 8.1'
Lot 6 of Blk.1 In Ward City ___.__ B W W Ward __ ______ .81 !. "-NEU" '/ -__- __ 4 22 --- _._ 74.16 Truby A
't 20 Sub Div of
lot 2 .A 10 of Blk 22 In Ward EV of NE"/ SW'/, of NEU A Lot NE'/( of NE'4 __23 6 22 Julius Butler .. _____ 280
City, _"___"_____ Dlo"h.m Ward __ _______ 2.41 tiE II, of ltWy4\ A W'/4' of NWUA \ 2' of Illk 48 Llvinx-ton: Trilby" A --r
7 20 b 6A0 n L m"ck" Co Co's Sub Div of
lone .. NEVi of
? 81k 2a"n"Waj'Mfe SV4 -34 115.71 NE'.ZB 1 Lucy English
? Clty -_______________ W W Ward ._______ 1.47 I N ;% or NW'6/ 4 22 40 E LLBO llfie .. ..__ .. 8.64 All Ulk 9 Tempi' add .Stark.. ._ ________ 4.86
i 4 All [Ilk U .x 'lot 7, In : 20 Dloxh.m Ward_-. ___ /.68 I INV.A SWA EM of SEU ______85 4 IIJ 860 K Black A Co --__ 116.41 In NEVi (I f NWM, A part of \Vu., 22U
!1 Qm .t NE Cur ot / 8 7 10 --a N,1 of NWV' __________-- ______3* U U L A Co 16.84 of NEVj W of Ry A N2 Cor of

1t _I..no". lot and run E;: NV5 of "Vi' of NEU or NV 4o NW SEiy of NW\4\ .- 1 Mrs Eun'ce: C Canova
c UII t6 W 76 ttN210 It 711 ft IJeg 8 of Lotn 1 & a ___"._"!:____""__10 4 1'1' 8& H C Wlmburly ._ ____ 8.111 I Lot 7 .W i3.T<""ni.iradd"Stark. _..... 43.3)

C.NinlSou In SE'. ft 01 E SWy4 uf SW_______..tu.....__ 8 7 20 a M D..vlll ._ ___________ 10.27 B'y' t--------------NW'N. &"''8 4 22 462 Mr. Carrie B Starling __ 93.80 of in NE'/' of NWU'hY&&purl NE of Cor WVjSEU

Curf SE' "A" or" fo"A""In"NE"U" I oll"W\4\ __.__
LoT 4 of -
3 -2B
SW14 tis \ ---------- 22 lom.e..en
210 I 100 fl,run S 1110 F.J IftO ft N \ .__.-_...________ 1 A 23 10 J'8 Lane -- ..80 Lots lU A 11 of Blk 27 '. Est. __ _. .____ Lit
t ft
t. lounded E b" J A to 'b.v ,' NF11At of SW4 ___.__-----8 5 22 40 R L Black & Co 8642BU. I .01 to Starke In NEV. of NW>'/4
: Abbott's nw. lU Unknown ., | ,
Lot in "Woodlawn .. 10 &uanofWUJUfNEyWof117 ,
NbglnoflotflF.3j ------------ R AM P 1I1.thellY ____ 698 ..2.tal :: : : 40 W M Overstreet = = : I & NE Cur; 01 l
9 sw ----- 7 20 [ NWVi ::: :: :::::14W4 ___ .8.6419.4H SEVi\ of N\VJi -.26 e 22' M....
wWy\, of lof 1 A N .4.16 9 2U 10 Unknown __ '__.___. I.U :, NW\o\ of NE\4\ "NFll4' ofNW31'; _.I'1 6 23 g Mrs Carrie B Starling: ___ 1Q.II.1 Lola' 8 1 H of Dlk C liomun ud,l Florence E Brooks ___ 8.40

1 of \, "f'r of-Iy .,17 7 211" !114 111 M.theDp --_ U.73 Nit>\ of SW\4\ oil BWy ___'___.13 6 I. L D mol<1 -- ....-- 4.56 j to btarka In NWU, of NWU., 8
J f, N3k of AWyt 1 leer f14.1,1It"-----?--17 7 211 BO 11 L Lawu. --- ------ 11.17 I F.'/t.or of "EN of I U 10 J A Graham --I -__ 2.50.E'h I of IHh street ___._,-_---?-_.....9ft I U Dr P D
NE\v------l Dloka
of _
Lots ....
and 1 way !: 1 a J 4 U 10 U 11 of Ulk 8 .8.81
A 141 A boaof115Ry la---Nay----of Lot j-.18 7 2G U M P 1II.th..ny -- -.-__ 8.11 j. fOrSV.o of NBU: A 8BV' of .1 I CI Alvar.x odd .- i,

k Nay of NWV A Way\ of SWU of __,12N' I 22 00 L M Langley -. -'_ of -iluiUnun A W of Walnut
\ t
Alto 22
i lotall II & II ___. 00 S V I Fred Book __
Andrew Lou ..
IS ----- T 29 ___ 18.81 of SEU\ of NE'/rA SW of 1 Y8 /9 10 U 12 of Blk 4 --..-.--- -. IS.II
Lt.hI A-0 w ?--;-"----.----- 7 20 110 0 N Shaw __._.______ U.78 : NV4 of SWU of NWU' A: NViof f J U! Ah ares', odd to Slarke a "
+ ;: W.f ND"I4'Sr: ; -of: wi--lII 2UO Unknown -- --- 16.16 "'.. of SW'4 of SWVi A WU. o( Mu.liiion A W of Walnut al<-.S8 6 22 Fred
.. 1'11.\4. \ of sWy&NW I "fFIOt .. A. 8'j. of NE'i Lua6878ofHIk4J(3Alvarex'. .. 8.16
4 t $ \ of BBS of SWCl A WW of siS !; add Jo Stark. S of Madison A: W
14"7; 20.180 Unknown --..-- 29.61 of 1EU\ A UH of NEUNEV :\ of of Walnut ata .
---- og a 22
.NEn : of NWSh SU: -._-,____,-___-,-____" 6 23 65B Unknown .. _. ,_,.--_--,,,- 21.60 One. lot In Stark B3V4 I tEEW J T Quigley, __ ___._ I.U
r Ey., of $Ny-of----- ?---------87 7 to 52 Unknown -- __ 10.01 j uf NE'/i of SB'/t' of SWU __12 '5 22 Frank btollard 8.09: by 110! ft N & S bounded! 8 by
< SfE i ---------- 7 20 200 n 0 Groover _._______ 4,04U 10 Mm. D .o. Tabor: Hogan alley. W
I WlA of NWy, IIW\4: \ .to y4-.ZB Lot 81 In W.HHllawn -- ......_____U I 22 -_ 2.511Leot by Bay St A N
of 8W1144\ BWI 19 In Woodlawn) _____..:____.13: I 22 10 8: M Churchill ? 2.60 by Jackson eta ... .. 28 ( 22
----- ---------. __ or 20 60 R C Groover ___ 11.48 60 J li \ Lau kU 80 W M Hollli.nwo.th
Gmt 80 -- _- Lois B 8 0 W' 11 12 In Woodlawn13 5 Wiii.msWilwn --- t 12.76 81 82 83 84 ii6 of ----,.., 8.40
48 & run alma 8 W 80 of Nil: Cor of 6so [ S',' of Lot 12 In Woo.wn ._____14 15 22J II Leo -____. 2.60 Blk 3 RN Dowling's add to
1' Nell ahna W 20 ohn., N yj of Lot 12 In Woo.ll.wn.31 6 tJ B Cliv Clemono 1'88 Starke. In NEU of bK'I. ------z...
'4 8 21
rhna. E 2U .lIn. tu boll I.... : Lot all Lot 39.. Wy5 Lot 7 of Blk In Casklns"add"d (f C H Marks .. .. B.14

8 hrsnowf 1'1 YVaehna, Alxo coin 80 IIlfoL.;: II t. I1!; I.? x .e 20 Unknown __ _. _____ ,.,..aa.. I 10 St.rke _- _--__-__u_________ un _.J _. __
of eo. ft' "u. .,. Wit of ;- .;n n ; -'i-u -- ------ Blk 8 In tinakin add "" W R Eat >
.a s -- NWi. SEU also coin to Slark"IIll2 1 M.r'S'nae-ooh ---
run u 4 lq
,1 840 ft ; M H
to a pt er"bo-"w Lola 1 2
thence S O 8(O NE Cur of SW'/\, of NEU A run 15 10 lets E 10 ft A half ,
r.t, W 124 ft N 080 Wfl 2-8 rds, thi-nce S 61) rda acre NE Cue of SEU of
,7 ft. II: 1284 ft be-29. a 141 Pm''r' N.o_ __ 27.8 I !IMS in 21) ft : 8Et4
25 .aid in .
20 W S3 1-3 rda to W line of Stark. ._ ,
17114 1 S"I.No'34 of Way of NEl4of NE\-\ ::::: a I 21 1& W II: Grill" .n _.. ..9J, Forty thence S 20 rda to S Una of i S It. A of th. following -deasrlba-l-- ?-29 ( 0 C Swat. 2.10
of'1o/1I:14 ..
N'of l45y4 aald piece of land to-witi ,
Forty thene. E 80 rda Bug
1 9'p'ofNE\of NJI4:'. _of___--- .- .-2& 6 21 70 C C Cow.rt 22.17 r thonc. N 80 rda to ben _--__-.:.22 15 22B B0 S.m. Balllnner _. 14.BS I Pt 210 ft S: of NW Cor of- NW at a
NWI. & t A III Com at NW Cur of SWU\ of NEU of fikU .A run S 7 ait-io.
l RW liE' Car of NW\\< o-NW... IS II 11 11v ]If.. Ann W S.Pp __ !.A 0 I A. E 63 1-3 rds 6. rds. E 8 s1-lou chns. N 7 89-100 ehn7.

? All N3rJ of NI:14.!: at 1 A for .hu'h: -25 I 11 88 Unknown ____ 11.18 I W1' S3"t.A rd*. N 60 ;w.S to bear ..21 22B 20 Unknown .. 11.29 I W 8 81.1UO chits to bolf In HW....
Sw S
01 branch B 88 J S Mathla of "
NEVi of 2 A In _
1' All E14 Sl'of: '01\ SW NW3 V. --"------------_-PT I 11 BO W U McKinney ............ 5Lois I of WU SWV., of ex SWU of SEU NE Cor ..22 22 22R 22S 10 W J Stalling- .. 14.78...6.I .,I W 105 "NCFC8"*--1:-711.--..j"It-"of_-" II 2 Unknown .. .. ______.. 8.8.

'' It of rlv..r --.----NW14------0'---sw-___ 11 .0 T B Haadlq '1.89 I W s.l of Ky Blk. ia town' _of__Cawtey__ ....1.23 22I B L Blanohard 1-.99 I Lot E1_4- of NEU\ of N
AllN'y -------- -- -- -- > a 22
S or SE'.4 N\a\ of SW14 Com at NW Cor of Stat St A S 8 A of W'? of"NETro"f"NEu"2l'f 2 Mrs Mary E Chaa ______ 210
of river .___._._ 40 T B H.ndiq 78 9
--- 80 I II Lake av. A run N alonir W aid. A NV\ o' NWU of 3
NEU\ of
: of NW34 -
_, -8/ 40 W B MaKlnney ....
-- \ .
NE14 -- I rl of State .t 110 ft to of & .
; al SP.: --.-----_______.-84 6 21 /0 T J Moors 11.18 thene W at right a angle pt beg to NEK.W:' of NEI'- ------- --------_.81 22 13 0 C Sweat I.14
;r 8W\4\ of SW'j4' ---------------31 ff 13 "
4. E E .O..n
< ----------U 6 ".511 E U 1-3 7 W C
21 Stat. 100 A of Harris
at ft thane. N of ..
1 ft. SE'i -.80 I
Ely\ uf NW' of SWy4! __-__._ 1 6 21 10 .lam. Goodwin. 76 9 thene. E right anal, of S1 y4 l'Elk <_..xJf 6 23 U Ardell Leonard- .-. ..,., .
ta 8.72
E01\ NEy _______ \ Wl:8AI.IAJ -
' { Q ____.________ 0 6 111 110 1WMfa A"'rn.u.y" 11,7 8 State: street too ft, thence 8 alone W Alvaree :
'v7? 1'1 .I ---- f U
,1 Nw\06\ NW'4 of SIC\4\ W aid. of State .t 1 It to the Com at NE Cor of SWU\ of -f iTn 1T A'v' Leonard _.,,,.., 8.89
0 NW 09 ?--
____ Roberts "
___.___ Abern.t.h __ 1883
--- --- 10 S .1 t of beir In buslneaa Lot In A run W 6 1-3 oboe S Tl2V4
e ? BU SWy ____. 80 A a Alv..... chn,
v ___ 11 18.111 .awtey. W of Ry Unknown .. 1-8. chns N
NWV4 0 f E ____= 21 40 R H Smith __.. .. ... ".110 ------u 21 8.16 e..8 12V. alums to
11 :
-------- 6 CVm at Hotel lot ,aLawto& .._. __
loOt II S.... of Lot 8 40 R H Smith __.. 7.119 run '81 IS 8
8 SWU Csrrl
21 8 on W aide of Stat. at IDS ft f.N __ 16-A in 1Vh1 McFuhlon _
Lou t ._ 5.46
8 of 88
fr.a R H SmIth _____
311-----17 6 .1 ".11 to a pt of b.". thence W at right .._._
r :4W344' & l-ote 8 4 6 11 B07 R II Smith IS.U ana-Ira ... On.tot of land- 81 ( 22 26 Alva Leonard
rt." to 8t. .t 100 ft. then.. 14S ft .qoa s"l3 .. .. ._._ '.8'
4 of 8Wt4 .. 8W314' of IIE\: \ ....YO 6 no U H W.rna __ 81.81
Ah'S4' o 11 8 A. parallel with State st 4 ft. Cor of NWV of SE\\<\. .. r.rn-
0' SEV ._____._____ 40 R II Smith -- ---.82 a 22
-- ---- 20 6 11 thene. E at right angle to Com at SW c... of GreeD Hamilton
W01\ NW y4' -----_______._.. 6 11 80 D a W.r..D U'........._ 11.7 6 .. 100 ft, thence N along W State.Id. & rUD N 2U SWU 330 of NEVi .. ._, 1.80
,r Lot 1 or E: of SEya ..s Ia\ A In of Hl.t. st 4 ft to the pt of .beg ft, W 330 ft toneg ft. S 264
8E Cur .------.8. 1 It 78 R 11 Smith .;. 1I.0S In business, Iota In Lawtey W of 73y A In E\a\ ot ------------..22 6 23 1:I Leah Gregg
Lou 1 8! S t A f S NWV4 of SI4.: ___ .. 1.411
NWI. W41 ? -
Ry ____ Unknown, a'a N A
__ a
'+ af SW'4 .______n-_.______U a II .50 R H Smith .81.0'1 29 926 28 6 22 __ 8." Lot 1 of Blk---- --------------".32 a 22 6 John Culver a.
Lou 1 & II or fraa NIII4: _____B5 100 Fla. Land In". Co. ._ .e 21 6 20 1 in Lincoln City T.- 2.14
S 10.88
11 Lot 28 Lfuu
town of Ry"J In SVj of
Lawtey _
of _
N U A of let 8 28 ---..,..-. hobos lace 8BU\ W of Ry __ 2
._ __ Franc" U *
MaGarry u
i, let B .x. N 311 A &--.11-- wt- 4------5__ 6 6 11 11 118 R H Smith _.....--.a 12..11 I.Iff Lot 49 .y B of Ry ._______ 10 C..i'tlh .. ___ I.U Ule 6 > o'.Blk S In Lincoln City-- 5'ary' Frasler .. .. --____ 2.3.
NW\oo + In
1 Lot 1 of ? \ 'swfeN 4 _._...__u 15 22 Rlurohlli 6.118 SV4\ of SEU W of Ry 82
d' n I 4orNWy4 or N343 a Lou6/7Sor 4E'4: & tots S & SE' of .! _.._-__28 IS 22 10 Rob -.......-.. -., .511 Lota { 4 of Bll IS In Lincoln -CIIp- t tl Last Clark .. .. 1__ 1.80
SE\\.; of 10 A Paul In -_ -
NWji9f.8W S',4! of
--__-.28 15 24 ..65 SEU w of Ry _
fraa S N __
t. af Rp ------___ 86 8 11 171 R B Smltla 18.17 \ of"HW14 S V4 of llWU ------ S 23 Annie!
AirSwJuof"sUSEU E of oNW May Hamilton
also ..
Lout 6 4 J &.8 use ins 16.5 M- ___ 2.80
IN U1 01 NUJ of NEI4 831 n H Smith ...._ 6&.7S \ of 'NK of ----_-_._.-.28 I 22 10 E.I"'I Wmll.1I. ... I.BO 'line 60.. ft. W of Hy AnTnw ,
11an swu dra .
i 2 T 2l I .66 'a : W 280 nc5
--- .
8 ._________ _--- lU R II S..ltb .. B3.2I ".... of Si 10 8 Durlln th .
N"'t.o1IlW: SE; ___ .. d.a. .
211 6 844'J to W '
L 8 4.58 line
..r.... W .. BIO R H of Sea '
Lou 1 I j 8 4 S&\4__\--._________._. 72 1 61 II 216 R H Smltla Smltb __ .. 1&.8.70.01 t-IF:1,4 N74: of 01 NW..' of 8EY. __._._.. --26 IS 2-1 20 10 A C Paul rat -..-.- ---- 1.66 8.1, of thence N to NW Cor ofBEL.of SW "
+ All SE", S ot S A L Rp .. NE SW"'Wof NEJi 26 I 22 -- -?-- 12.7& N4yj NWy, thane. E W beg ,-81 6322 26

''It of SWH BIIj.o' SW4! Eta: ; Wtl.1 01 N5'" WV4 of SE'_a6 22 2IS A T Paul 1.118 wo SEy of 8W34 & NE3y ofN5i44 Unknown .. ... ...- .11.18

t I or 1'4W14 Nw'4' or'. 8W\4 l.oOt\ 1 A or wte lraa W3a I WI. of of SE14'ot 86 ofN& ____26 I 24 B Wm Thomas _' 1.0917t Cor of-NWy.. a-Y-A to-NW 13 1 Ia 80 Q C Sweat ... .. ., B, -, 19J8

k, of SL.1'1114Ylnw.ordlnor: \ to N ..plat W 01 of Sampson Cornell a 1 : of 8W'40 NW'U A aU Nw5' Rhodes A MCQUHD __ __ UIIINE NWU- -A""E V4--Vf"swu"o3* 6 II 11 :Mr Fanni. E Duboa 17.12

%' City. ex Iota aold _.._________-_. 1. 7 11 200 R H SmIth 17." NEU W ofTly ... fA sold 01 B A in SW-Cor of SWy4\ o!NWy1J 8 *1 60 O C Sweet _'
Iota ..
A B sub dv 01 lot 1 .. to Rufua Martin A 1 A to -,-,- 19.18
( Iota A & II .ub div of lot 2 olio Jan. Robinson .. Miry 40 D Davia. N34W SB3W34- -----------83 8 It I
,. ling
-Pe 5 22 of SW : Chandler
i, tots A /J sub dl" 01 Lot 9 lit i \ SAcom .5aPt100ftW- ofRy on lU. Nm Car .. I A ..__ __ 4..8
as 1'.A 1010
0Yp1 1.0" A .to II sub dlv or Lot 4 of v-u'. track N line-of Com church -38 6 2t 18 R
on SK\4 of .t NI!: Cor 0
1'' ,1 LotsA Bile 18 B In Summon City _________. 4. 7 11 i n L Farrell .-.J.---.... 6,41U A runI parallel with Ry 84B NWU ft run S 8\a\ eb_SW'4 W II 01 doa SW_% Gnann -,- -- .94
JO thene. W on ..m. variation 14. 1'1 to 1'1 line of
\ ',.. Sol In SamIwon City!t ---------------- 4 7 II W E Jun. .... ... ,. 1.13 fey th.no. N at right angles l to N 4, thence E to said.beg SW\4\ of 8W

,4 DivDiv E & F of Lot 1 & Sub line of aa.d, forty thene. B: on SI:.... of NE1es W-2\a-\-chits----15.. 6 22 I G C Sw.at _

City Lotof Blk ,. 'If N"' aald Una to pt of beg ______._-_26 I 22B I D 11avu -- __.. ..80 8 228 ft 01 NEI of .. 9.70
N&06 ..
; In Sampson 4 T 11 &. I C Raul.non _. __ 11.77 W 6 A of Nviof NWU of NWU_-2 23 6 T L Garry ..51 w 314 oh,. !
BIk.AHC18846.11DIk6 _
> ,, ....lot8 iota 19 12U 1818.IOof ilt13a 1.t t _.. _. _. I. ., NWU of\ SWU of SWU of SWVi of\8W o 4 SW'"N"' _14__-39 lUll UnkDowa 4.49 IA lit-Nil: Cor of NWy4 of 1tNEy4of 34 a 22.0 John L Green ? .....,-,-,- 997.
Illk d .11 Blk 7 ... Lol. .0 11 -----------u ,... .
Com at NB< Cor of NEU: of NW \ SE .. 6 A 10 1 Tom Davis
SE 82
1921 .. Lute 1 I 4 of BIle I ., "/. A 6 A -.8. U 4.88
9 w' } U run WS 1160 ft to a of .qua.. 10 Sit: Cor ot NB:14: 'K I.. OriBIa -
Lou9tlofBlk9&LouJ4ot: I ,. bci. thence. 210 ft, E lrtd*. 8E 2.198av
1'' But' 10 &LotsS4ofSikll& { .... tIll> ft N NE oof --------U 6 '.
a. 22B ft W 18 o. % ot SIiJ'4 21 i5 SW Da"ra< Wtts.81IIfNF
y i S HIM 18 ACLt.kS1I Bold k Sub ...... to 6.g. -------.. -28 I 22 1 May J.... Robl_ 1.18 v.4 BE ft. ? u : Narke -
r I A In 8W Cor ot ol,3E3l4, : SW'. 01 NW ----------u S la I4 = 8JS
Nit ot .
i INv A B of Lo& 11 ot Bile U of 8E4 .____ : mss I I 22 f Vutt Strong I.It NE'I. 01 BE .,, SWIf.U 190 C Or1iTIs__ .. ... ,JlII
1.>u 7 4 6 8 9 11 1f 'BI Sub DtvABDofLot10of : NEtt of '- of !: A NS4\ .f \& : --, 81 22 40 Q C Tillie ".87

1$ & I .'" .. BE". 0'8Ey3l4 at BEt: $7 I It 1Unknow.. 166 I 8ly of NEyE Eli-- -of NEV4--:-. ,, MJ* 8 22 4- 0 C Sweat ,T-99.I.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 30. ll2! :!. r .

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s.... R. T. A. Owner Tree FINANCIAL STATEMENT or COUNTY I Palnnca May 1, 1922 ____ 42.07Kvcclpni r IE: M Johns Co ally -...-. 623 .Jonaa Hull do. _:.__.............___._. 1 09 ,-.f
. Coala FUNDS during month ......_______137.1: 46 John Mack Janitor ...... ....-. 2600C Mattie Mi-Coy do __ ____.'._____._.____ 1 00 h
a In", ___________________.___.88 S 13 100. 1' J Alderman, J E Futch Monthly financial atutement t>f Bradford! Warranta laHUrd .__.________.-__.____ .8 1I10 A Knight super. n>ir ............. 20 00It Aila Nimby ilo ___..______....________ 1 110 ,
L M LensIPy County for the month of May" 1022. llnlnneo June 1. 1022 _____.________u WHO 73 W Aldi.minn clerk and |i>4 |ioeti>K<'_. 1,10011'T : W J Kiwnton tent rt ct Jnmoa Faulknnr 80 '",
..of NW 44 __________.____96 II 22 40 .T A Coif-man: !!.- ------------- 7.69 General Fond Dl.lrirt No. 4 ,T Applpynrd nuptillca. eliwtlon ___. 186It W J pporo... do HeM'klah Crawford. 100 \ f

5 ant swv: ----- I 7 22 SO M M Grlltia .. ..:::_:==:---- 14.18 Hnlanco May 1. 11)22 1971.26 Halanca May 1, 1928 -.______________ 14668 A (trurn Innuiuly' Tom Mclirldo ..__ 2 20 It A lwn! cane. lluivlilnh Crawford -. OT
4 ..or SWV% : --------!--"l 2 7 24 40 Unknown .. ._ __________:::: 1'111 Ht-celpta during; month ......:.....::8013.41Warrnnta : It<..eli>ta during month __u_____.____ 2193Warranta 1 B L HIvKa do _-_ 2 00 W N l.aDuc willing, do ----..--.------ 1 30 1
1 ,?f SW'f .,. 13 A In NW Issued! ____......._________. 6H0.81I Issued ____.....__..___.__.. J C Wllln ilo __.______?___.____? 2 Oil Handy Hrymer di> .__________._..... 120
.-__--____________.__?_ 2 7 182 27 C It Marka .. .. ____??_____ 1.18 Bulunco. Juno 1, 1922 ....___.______.4465.10 Balance June 1. lOUU: ______._________ 16861 N D Walnwriiiht. do -__- 100 I ICrmit Shvpanl do ?__________....... 1 0Klmwr t
t .r NC"i ----------- 8 1 22 40 JO Gainey ..-_ -,.L. 881 I Fine and Ferfellura Fund DlelrKt no. 7 W J Kpperaon: do __................. 3 BOW Jonklna do. ....._.._.___ .._. 1 0(1 sl 'hI
\ "' NWV of swvi __:::::_ 8 T 22 28 ir.-nry Mitchell Sr _: ::::__: 7.69 llnlnneo May I. 1922 ....t 1S82 48 llnlnnce May 1, 11122: ___?___.____.. US.S3Korclpla J Kppcnion' executing rvtf voniro. 73 no ,1 W J EptwnKin' anal et cit Ju ....? ... 1 00 1
SUM of sww --.- T a 7 22 20 MV Gaga, .. ._______u__? 8.03 lti-ci.iiu: durlnir month-..-:,_...-.::-..-.- 479:88 during month .__._____.._._ 10 .U W .1 fpponoil: allow wit ct ot ____- 39 68 I IiV Alilifrman do --- 1211Tola r '))11
,r HE" of SEVi A Warrant liwued ...____.______....... 44020 Warianta laaucd .......__....... W J Kppervon: enimi, NIHMI venire ct ct 8 HOi ----n----------
,, of HEM ----._--- ---___ 4 7 23 80 Dr 15: M Webiter __ ________ 19.08 r.nlnnnJune 1 1922 __________?_._ _1416.XO llolunce Juno 1. 1922.___.__n________ 17-370 ( W .' hill 1 ct ot -... 74 114 !I ______ .___ 7MB1 t ,
( NEot NWV4 of NWVi__ 4 7 22 n 0 0 Sweat '.88 Hoed Fend 1)1.1 rlct No. 6 dly'LlKht .jnit.: ;.. t 13(7Slnrko lt.i...l and Itrldgx-Fund

.. .,f NWVi of SWVi -------__- 4 T 23 20 Unknown 4.86: Hnlance ______ Kalanco May 1, 1022:. ____.__________ 7321IK'celpta Phono Co phone rent-_._______. 6 60Mtnrko I Hoard of Hitnil truntova" IranHforrlntr 'to'"
May 19.2 67.12Receipt ,
1 "' NW .4 ___"___of___NEiiun 4 7 22' 40 a c Swc&tf ______________ a.64 adurlntc 1., month: ....._..-.-_?_-__-_-_-1606 18 durinic" month .__.._______._ 1 60Warrants Ice Co ice --..---....--....... 8 40 ; 8 A I. Ry tax ...___________.._145070! \
__ __ __ .
-.It NEW1AI tBS J1lt Issued n ..__ N U Wainwrlnht advance I tax 20D oil
ft. W 780 f Warranta liuued _................. niiicaiior r .
llalnncu Juno 1 1922.___n__________ 7474 .lunnlta afo diiinvr for jury ct et .. S 2ltl
N ISO ft to .jog --6 22 8 Amy Lee .. __ ________________ 8.10 Hulanco Juno 1, 1D22 -- --Pond- ---------1802 27Outatandlna Dialrlrt No. Itnalance l>n.w n auiiplioa. clerk __...........-.. 661C Jr+ .. t 1 .!>t,;' waftnifc >..*<*. I'

/ ; May 1, 1821 _______________ 3164liecelnta M .lohne rvt..tner fro CUMU. People. .4M
Balance __.__. .._____
I 7 22 2 Guorgia Johnaon .. .. ..._ Mall. 1922 876.93kreripls __ .__ '
__ 1.18 during month 64 48 uuc.rlrUtyau umsyuya/udfylhlru0!
EJUa-; n.n
a _, .. Hunk of Jnx 10000Mm
; NWy4 wf.T during. month ....... va county -
f *
_____.__________ .
--t .__.__.._ ... Warranta honed ... McClnllnn ...... 8 00 rlchltiu: the btuml. I i n aneouufe.lkeftrunita
Wnrranta ... Mnlildn J
nvvi swvi 8 T M 240 R II Smith. .. ______ jostled i pauper ,
il.-------------- _______ 49.80 Halance June 1, 1928 _____u_._______ 11609Ulnlrttt -
f SE' ot.SW ___ 7of T 2t 20 Lillle ._ tlnmra Ki.ynoUla 1 dny com and mileage' 600 .111.1.) lavluuimluu: 1..11 1 IMootWvNOTICB ,
> -- ----- -- WooUa ____ ____....____ 8.11 Bnlnnce June 1, 1922 ---- ----------. 180Drainage $ No. itPalenra
SW'A of NEVi & NWVi Fand I. ______ __ 11 I I' Cainey: di> _...---. 8 00 --. I
1822 ... .
May 1. J O.71lI.oc..I"IO
,/ NWV4 '"* -....--.-..-. 7 7 22 60 G G Sweat __ -______________ 10.82 Balance May 1, 192Z' .- ..... 1.60 during. month .__..._..____. DM 8J J W Andrews Jr' do ___.__ 4 00 ]
A on N end of WV4 of NWVi K'Kipta, : dut lug month :::::.:::.___. Warranta Issued ___........___....... Loula 11 Hill) d" .- 10 HO Noilra I.! ht'ivhy .lvrn thAt uniluwltrnnl
NEW E of Ry ____________ 8 T 83 t Harriet\ I .1 M Hrownli-o ilo _. 4 80 hit. boon nmininlcil n.lmirtlHir, .irlK of tho Eo-
Odom.- Warranta lanued ...____.........__... llalnnco June I. 1023 ____ __________ ISO 23 -
U v of NK'4: ex 10 A In SI3 Cor. 9 7 22 30 C H Markt -. _______I_____?_ ft.80 Halnno, Juno 1, 1922 ____________u 87633 Dl.lrlct No.?12 !i W J Kpponnn I day with. comm 4 !00() ttito nf Willlnm: C Tuxwll. tlfCeiwcd! 1nt. nfHuirkv I?
A SW of I .. 87 Hrn.lfonl Omntv. FlOridtp And .I"U
NEVi % SEV4 of R W llnyva tax col i87!
com ----- -
\w/' -..-........-....._.._11iWlt 1 22 EO T J Aldermen J E FutchMra Widow Ptniltm_ Fend Halanoa May 1, month 1922: _-.._-._____... .29911Itoet'lttta 1: II H Riuip.::: ri'turn of flllnir fee, -_.__ 8 00 etwttu.rn. li>KHt4...ii, diiitrlbutrtii. mill heirs\ a' ,I
Bnlnnoe May 1, 1922 __ __... __ 291.42itecelpt. during. ...__ tf 12Warranla l
? ? low and l nil'" imrtU 'hnvinu olninm >i> dcraitndantrninHi
L __ __ ______ <
M Lultglcy 9.07 ______________ iT, N Kendrick bailllT et 0.. 1200I :: :
I during month iMued ___..........___..... I
40 unit) elate will uronrnt them to tli*
NW __ \
of % .11 1 22 Ellrubth C Grilfla'ZI'III:= .....___... ___ 1200
----------- 11.17 I 1 U".f..1 E,' do I
____ __._...__..._... .raun -
Warrants lnntu d _. ____ .
> 1"23 ___._
.1' -----__________________.14 7 22 840 Paul Broa. .. .. ..._________ 91.84 Ilalanoe Juno 1. 24n 21 unilnniiuht'd' ., dill" ,,authanLlcnluil within. the
f NW'/4 '/ Ilnlnnca June 1. 1922 ______.___.__-, 291 42 m.lricl No. 18Malnuca 1 __ timo( "pr.>.arllip. .. NE o .rEl ztw a W 4 "f"WVi ;; S AgdcullunlFnflslnnc. May 1, 1922 ____________.... 2 ..14n.ocol"lo Total ..._ 129038 bnrrwl.Pnt ,

8r3'A -------- --___ ___16 7 22 400 Paul Broa _. .. .....___________ 72.4S May 1. 1922 : 142.82 during month _____ ___-_____ HI* 211Wnrranta Tina and Forfeiture Fund ..U thin tho 2Rth dny af Mn*. A. D 1022. .
NWA S\i of NWAuNE" Ht-celpta during month--------------- 14J 68Warranta laaund .__u_________ 525llnlnneo R A Oreon: cane Tom Hardec -... 844 i-LORLNCB; : IS;: TOWELL.

of fcWVi? -_ -...HE'4 ; 22 100 Mrs K B Dreg .....__.......___ 20.SI iwued __u._.--.___________ Juno 1 1923.' : n___ --_.___.- 1671d I W J Kpponmn fcedlnir prlnonem -. 73 Ini A. Z.' ATKINS! AUmlni.iriilrlic.'Attorney ts',
of SWVi ___18JU 7 23 .40 C It UIVCM .. ._...?._.____ 7.8 Halanca June 1. 1622 ____________.__ 28680 District No. 11 i W W llnlmli.n H'"anl at jail u____.,-___ 40 00 for Kutnto U-U-l' -H.1
NE"i A NEy4 of-NWT -___ 120 K B Dm ..... Juno 1 1922 W W llninilfn wa hlnir, at jnll ________ 2 00
nf 16 7 22 ._________ 21.87 Ilnlnnre May 1, 1922 _..._________ 3368Hccolpui NOTICE TO Dr'llTOHS AND CHKDITOU1 : of
!pof NE'4 -___________________16 1 22 80 Mra, E O Dees .. _.....____?__ 14.73 Bradford Couaty. durinic month..___?...____ 6J 10 W W IlnUdt-n rlolhca. for .prlaoncr, .-.. 1 76 All Inilebtrd to the slats of Ely
Uf NE'4 or SWM N of Ry ...__.19 7 2S 88 J lamp Jont!* ._ ._.________ o.HO Stata of Florida. Warranta baud ___........____.____. I It A C.rven: laaulnic search warrant -..-- 101 IlickH. ,pemon late of Itrailfonl county, tUirldii, '?,m 70 yd> W of SB Cop, of Sro I hereby certify that tho foregoing. atatcmonk Pnlanre i Juno 1 1023 _____________.__ 7687 It A (1..n ilivtmylnK liquor K Itvynolila 2 On runsmi,. ere' rf'' to pay their sold' dubta t.:
111 A run W 80 yd., N 70 yda, of the rocclpta and ilmbuniemf-nta of the District l No. 17 / W K Midillcton en phyelolim -. 4 17Mitchi'll forthwith'. And: :tlrt pcniona having cjnimaauahiHt 4
E 80 yda, S 70 yda to belt ____19 T 22 1 Wm Ketch. __ ._______________ If.01 funds of Bradford County for the month of Balance May 1. 1928 1531/ Dm.* Store medli-lno) prlnoni in 90 spud vatalo shall file the Hnme, duly ,
: I
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m at S3:: Cor of Sea 19 A run May 1922. la true and cornet to the bent Huevipta during month __n..__._____ 2068 John Shrlver wit Millard Rulmmon .... 8 00 authenticated with tho undmistnrd w ioo ft N 8nr 8-io ft to a ptf of my knowledge and belief. 1 Warranta tumir-d --- .___ ._____n_..... W J 4ppi'raon Clue L D Dorman ------ 5 66ll trator within) ; one year from :unto: horvof or : t
,kchina. N 218 8-10 ft E i. llnlnnce Juno 1. 1922--------------- 3594 K Kniuht) proBMutiair co juiUoa court 4000llnttlo they will tip forever barretl.Dated \ .t
:06ft.S705(1, E 818 ftS111 Q. W. ALDERMAN. ]'I i Dl.ltlrt No. Ito.-Buck mllcaice, el atcnoirraiihur. 2 60 1 1It thla tilth day of June A. D. 1922.! s

3.10 ft. W 420 ft to but __._..._19 T 22 D W Swln.lol __ _.______;;;____ S.79 (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court Pnlanca May 1. 1922 _....._18.___.____ A Own ca..a Alex Rilcy 7 10 RE HICKS I i ,
.d 1 Kranler'a add to Hampton ._19 1 22 John 0 Smith .. .............. 4.03 Bradford County. Itvcciyta during monlli ..__.____ 4110 W J Kppi-rann dn -. 1100Alford Adnilnlntrntor Fatale Ely lliclm. DiteaM. q
ds56789oflIlkl4 & Lola B* C. A. KNIGHT. I i .n. 67 2J ,,, ______________. 820H A Ig. 1-8-11
: Warrants l t..uwl. __ ____.._ ________ __ 'Ihomaii wit di ,
11 12 of Blk 16 In n .
0 U.mpton.19 1 22 A A McDonald .. ____.._.__ 27.72 TVoutr CI.ih. A Given ciwo Will Brown 6 18 r
__ _
June _.. __
,14 of SK'i ex 2 A In SW Cnr ._20 1 22 711 W n Miocker .. ?______.___ 14.71 -i,I Balance 1 1822 u ? 11033I W .1 Fppemon: do __________n____.___ SilO NOTICE OP ELECTION .
\ In SB Cor of NEi/i of NWI/J..21' 1 2l: 12 L K Kalch .. ____________.. 2.60 I i UUlrlrt No. 19 U An..."' '' rose. O .I Abernitthy. 9 111 Py the power them tho noar) of ,
REPORT P.alanne May 1, 11)22 ____ _._______ 8735 v..lr.lti'n {
of SEVi of NWVi ofNEVJ CLERK'S n
W J r'ppomon ilu. _. 1H Mil Publln ,, County, Horliln.
--9W-a: month u-- I
.._ _21 1 22 I9 Wm Knlch .. _______ ______ Kiwlpta during --. __ .. u. 201Warranla ,
--- ? !Starke Fin., June) 1, 1022 Ary Slnrlinic witness do. .. > 00Pellon 1 heruhy rallN I an elortlon, pumunnt 1o Seo
I% _______________23 T 22 6411 Paul Hroa .. ___.___.._....._ 91.SO lueui'd ______ ____..... .
---------- Report of the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn l Ornvi. di> 800Fnti lion 2, Chnplor. "nl.l.. Acts of 1 "17. for thpiiriMxio <
I ____________.Y.I 1 22 0411 I Paul R m. .. .......___.... 91.80 and l for Bradford County. Florida, on account :,Unlunca Juno 1 1923 ___ _______n_ 8066rtlalrlrt Prevail do:: -- 200 of conHOlltlnttntt llnmitton antIw.. I IrvMH
.11 ex 111)% of SW'4 ---______?__ 1 22 600 Paul R.... .. ...._.._......... 80.42: of ta.. aliened for the year 1921. No., 33nalnnoe MrKvcr': ilo ..- ----___....---- Y 00 PiH>clitl tax diiitrlola mtt they are now J I Imnppud 11
N'4 / : I May 1, 19J2 _______.. ______ 47.78 : :
of sw'JWH --------- -- _?__ 1 22 80 Brooklyn Land Co .. .......... 14.71: E. W .HAYE8, i .1 It 1h. 111 do 2 00 1 1J anil ileMltcnated: on tha county ree. 7onlx +
of NE'/i A NV4 of NW / _26 T '22 120 Paul Drum .. ._u______________ 21.87 Tax Collector l{,*cclpt adurlnir month ..__. __ ___ 6(1500Warranta ( A J McKinney Jr------------------- 00 to alert threw tniHl.ea and iliterinino the (I 1 v
kvf uumcd ., 1
our A Jn.NW Cor 0f Et5{ .of 4,1176Bnlnnco do ...... .......... 1 00Jatma amoun tof mlllntto tn lumMmml. Ha'd l election i
To Bradford County- :::=:: ::: : W J Kppi'rnon:
: :: : : -
y. of church'1-27 3 Jennie Hlckion .. ..... Juno I. 1022: 17108I -
NFV4t3 $W'of 7 22 .?. 1.47 (;....\... do ,.-.---...-_____ 2.00 to ho held Snlunluy, July t, 1022. 1For i
f Proper I Dl.ln.t .
> NE" County N. 27Ilnlanco .......... 00 tho ttiiriHUio, of holding aaul election in I
I'of Nth/4 & NWVi of N\1J11..PT T 22 240 Paul Broa .. ..._____________ 4380 Mny 1, to bal due ____ '____.__________784318Hy May 1, 11122 __________?__.. 6704 It I.A Nmvmim. juror .-.... 1 Thvnnuia. illntrlct Iho followlnw munimiira' .N
'IW4 of NEM' ---.29 7 22 411 Unknown -. -- -------------- 7.69 unit, collected ___________ _________280740 Ili-coli diirinii month ___.__ n _____ 10800 T Walnwrlirlil II 1--------------------- 00 nppnlntvdi ti. W. Hlnioti. II. K. Moorer (1. 1
1 00J
); II I 10 of Illk 2 Suiv"of NB Warranta Inaunl ------------I------------- 71)I J J RlRilon. do M Itrnrruinstuwlon nod 1C U May clerk.Tor I

of NW'/ -----_---__-.80 1 22: 4 Wulter WhllUn _?_?_____.. 7.80IW'i June 1. to bal duo ______.______::4074 7rf .I Ilalanco i Juno 1, 1022, : ::: :: 420 O WllliamB di> .__ 1 "" the nurpoito of 'holilinir mild elHotlon In rITnn
A of that tl8nAot NWn '/ of Agricultural Fend ',I DIM riot No. 21 t. Sllcox ilu -} ( dun ulntrlct followinif manaiier are

\,I.' I W of Ky right Mny I to bol duo ____________________ 802.1 Tlnlanco'.Mny 1, 1823: ........___..... S4.01 1.1 AuMIn do. .- npti| >I Intiil: : I:: 11 e... tri O, M Ilitrpor. A. M.
way ___* -*______ ---10 7 23 4 E It Jon. -. Ji______________ S6.75 Hy amt collected ______________._____ 14J 8d.. IfiMlolpta; during month ______u____._ 7271 A ', 6 of Blk 30 In [>ton"eV"K" ...... ,(I Warrauta Iniurd ,. _________.___... J KpiM.-n.on: ilo .. -- .-.-t-- SJ J6K H. I). W Kill INS, 4 I s
.P It. _______ W G Sun! __ _________ __ __ -- I ThntnM .________
'Ot ----------j--'-- 80 7 22 ___ 4.38 June 1 to hnl duo _._______ _.__,._. 21874 !I llnlnnce June 1. 1022 .___..____..____ 9072DialTlrt A Green oimo Gus J" 75 B-D-410-,10 8earatanr... .
Wia SEVi of SW'i! W of No. II W .1 Fpnemon do --- -- _..
Re -- 7 22 7 Walter WhitUn .. ---- 881 County Road and Bridge i'| Balance May 1, 19J2 ____............ 2 H 26i It A nrw-n Once Clllt Orawfonl 0 79W 1
wi,4----Z: Mny 1. to bat duo ..______ _._____....7842.16 <
AY "4 of :: 7 2240 Cfo 8 Ycrwr .. ___.....:::=:: 7.80 ? i I Itroi'lvta daring month ____ ]u U J KlMiomon do .. ,__,_ -- 1078W PETITION FOIl SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION:
Hy nmt collected .... ----------
ry> of r.Wt. A N'4; of SW" -_T80 7 22: 120 N P Cauthcn -- -- ------------ 21.8J .------- --- --- -286740 j I Wnrranta I..,.,... _n________.______ W llniMlim wllnnna .- 11111 We the undiiralKtied. patrona anil taxpayeraof 1

of NE'f NW'i lliiluiiiM. Juno 1, 1H8J:. .______________ It A Ciwin cane M Ilarrla. ____ _______ J JlW Thenma hon' by iwlltlon your hon.ornhlu ,
!SlS'/i' & \r 0142'! of N101 of SEU ._83 7 22 100 W I? Allirood .. _____.__.____ 1S.BI Juno 1. to bnl due- _____?___________407476 Juna II 1932tlllADKO 20237 J Fpwrnon' dn ____.__?___._- A 00 ; I body t't't!; \ an irlMUion: fnt the purpose 'd
"" '4 of -?_______________34 1 22 40 W Allnood __ _______________ 7.IS9 County School n ( R A frown COOP A Y Thomaa. .__ 5 JO) of eonnolldutinir llnmptun and, Tlwraxia aolioola I
1 of 8WV1 .--_-_--__34 7 2J 1 II Paul Broa .. .. _____.____ 7.811 Mny 1, to bal due ___,______._______16884.31 COIINTV W .1 iln __ and dlol riL'I.. 7ho'Ihetrnso Helmut to be tranj.
i'i' of N 4iO ft of NE'i of SE'/t.-84 7 2J: II Unknown .. .. __?_.__.?___ 2 2.1 By amt collected _________._____.___5734 81 I Sl'ATK OK LOKIIIA. W .1 Kppernoil FptK-mnn arena-M N- llnriliw--- .._. .JI p nr wJ"I" ,. bard of publU >n.truetlon y4
.:* of SK'i'! .- 1 -38 7 22 80 G M Bennett .. ..--..--.-.--- 14.73 I herrby corllfy that tile fnroirolnic lnle-- A Ctrovn Richard Hpynolda( < __ 8 711V.I airreea tu apimi| >I'lalo n5.0D per f
t,4, of NK"i LNE.Vof"SEX N-i--'; ex f-5 A ;; June 1, to bal duo _________?..__.__.094962County : rent of the receipts end dlHbunii'nienta I of It\ : coon.dn .._. ____ 13 811 month towarda traniiiioftatlon., The aehooliMturd
Kniwnon -
N of of NE'1 _-3S 7 22 20 J E Phillip ____ ___.______ 5.03 Palls the arhool Cumin of llrnilford County for tho C.rwn'" Curtly- Jnpi| .on et al__ 7 61 aiiraea that, no child shell bo the driver
JI 81y of NW'i\ of NE4 B of May 1. to bal duo ..________________ 827.00 I month of Mny \102\ !. la true end coitvot R A cues wit 1 of the tranvportlntf oar. f
Sty 2 8 22 14 S P CulTord __ ___..___________ a.io Hy amt colluded---------------------" 20000 l to the brut of my, knowledge and hMlcf I' I.ula I. Undi-rhill Johna. do nese...--- ------ _. J"JOO J C A YOUNQBUJOD
of "NWVi"A w'vi""oY'E'4 NW'4 & W
.E' sw': '. W C Footer June I to bal den :.__ _____ : 28800 County Supprlntendvnt. Newn Joni-n d -----?---_-_-_-_?__-_-_-_-__--_-_ jjjj U M IIENNETF
IUr _________
; of NFJ'C'2: : : : 40 Unknown -. -: ::::::::::::=:: Total Sub School ,T W l'.valt do J C I.' nil.LYAKU
___ .
______.._. _
;::11 : t SWH'of NE'V "W'4"of" Mny 1. to bal due __________________4482.44 I II t! Dyal ilu _____.__-_____-____ 1 JJ n j rinr.i.ii's
Ei: of NE'/: & SK'i I ex E',4 of Hy amt colli-ctvd ____?_________.c"___1110091 Bulls PAID UY COUNTY COMMISSIONER! II. Y Hrown dn .._ JJ I M J Cltl'.KN: :
W !/. of SEVi of SEVi' -____ 0 8 22 lUO John Lr'Roy Xlutchtnaon. ( ________ 1.96 General Fund I. K Chn..o do __u_ ---. J JJ C M IIUMIHREYMKH j

W",, of NE'4' of NE" & NW';'' of June 1 to bol due ___?_____?__._____280681 Martha, Riirira. pauprr .__ _----- ----- 260L. A On-en: claw Arch. Juhna_ .__ 1256 MAN MAY ,I
Ewt WVi of SW'i of NE'i: Sub School Honda L. Iowan do ..__.-__....__...... 850 W J Ki.pomon:, ilo. -- _.______ 4 70 II l> MAY ,
NW1of SW'i & May 1, to bal duo ____________________8626.71 Martha Wllklnnim do ?__-_-________ /son R A Oiwn rose Tom Mi-nrldo.__ 0 W IIINHONH I
W'\<| of RWIA of SW' !<, 9 8 22 2811 L\I Langley t_ ____.________._ 81.83 By amt collected _____________.______2341548 Wok" Wynn ,I.. _?____.____.?_______ 4111 W J Kppetaon" do .n-- >J 91 K: MOOUr:
WVa ,,f SE'4 of NE>4 of NWyl--.I1 8 22 8. Unknown ... .. ....________ l.NH J O floe do I .. ___.. ____h__.________ 800 11 W Aldi-rmnn coat ct it 40------- } W W I'ACKltAM
EIof! SE'/4 of SW'/f' of NW'i __11 8 22 II Unknown .. _. ____ 1.88 June 1 to bal duo __________________217720 ,I 0 Wtlllama do n____ _____..._n_____ BOO W .1 FniHtnnn do .-- .____? ._-_ __-_-- 2' 60 J" T It TKIFST' .J .
V 820 ft of NE', of SW'/i -10 A It A Newman Children do __._.. .._____.__ A.00 .
G. W. ALDERMAN! 15 ll
A E 411 of SE'g of SW'i __ W .1 KpMT: | ..on d. .- U H KOKIIIK'K: ,
J4 Clerk Circuit; Court. Martha M.(>,,"nld do ...___________ 200 17 ,
U A& of N W'y of SB" 15: C Ilvrd do .. ._ ________________ 8.noi. (1 W Alderman rust ct cf do -- -- K12 fIK OWSLEY '
( C. ? 80"1 '
S.alt By A. KNIGHT. .
xW4A&W<4 of SWV, of SB .. W J Knpiinun: du .-- M HALL :11-2 t .h
Clerk F Mnlvln. do ____....-?.._- ..00'Marlra..t .__ 8 ___ _. ___ : .
M & S';, of NEVi of SE'y ex 8 Deputy It A nrevn ca ", Hvnnoll Moo '
I Roberta do ...._.._______... S onWillie 4 JJ '
A in NB Cor N of Hy __._______13 8 22: 75 Brooklyn Land! Co -----fl-___. 16.23II Martin' do _____................ S.00 W J Kpnemon: do -----_.- PETITION FOR SCHOOL CONSOLIDATIONWo. .' !
N ::1of SE'i' N of Ry ec8A ............_____... 4 00Mra. II W Aldnrmiui net ct ct do 201 the umleraiitned :putruna and taxpayera '
do :; :
FINANCIAL: STATEMENT COUNTY SCHOOL Mm Mary Tyre ___ of district hon.oiahlo .
In NE Hampton hereby pvlltlon
:: Cor of S'/j!{ of NEV of.SKIIKI' W J Knpornon do __._ your
do __. ____ 800
A FUNDSCoasty Tom Dvnl ? u I _...___ 811MI iHiily to call election for the
A. ex alno In'IoC'r scott 1111..011 an purpoca
SK with BtoruhotiHO &/ S1 of aupfrlntenden nnam/lm statement Mrs Sarah Itlitdon do _____________.._ H.00 It A I.n assn II n of ctmHollilutlnir, llnmpton antl 'IheriMwa ..ahuol..n,1 t
SEVi .-.-13 8 22 20 IN Cable .. ____ _____________ 20.21 nf count achool funds for the month of Kate CCarrie do _____...____________ S.00 W .1 TCtiporton.. do cnnt -et---ct--do---_-_-_---_-_-_-_--_ 2 01 dlHtrivta.) Ihe 'Iheremm iltihool to be trnnii.porUHl .
Alderman n
N'.'. of NWV NE'/l A W(4( A May 1923 Albert do ___......._________ 2110 I II do .. ______________ so.. to Hampton." The hoard of public tnMtruutlon '
NW'i of E..4t -H 8 22 880 R. D Clayton .. .. _-._______ 68.SO General flchonl)1 Fund I lI..eh"1fnll.hlll'O! do ____..___._____ __ 5 "0 W J Kpperaon --Part Jr ______ 6 19 aKrei. to appropriate' fV5.Uil) per t
.4 & NWJ4\ of -SEV4-\ -- 18lut 8 22 2f1f>' I. M I.anvk-y .. .. -_.-- 20.01 "..Inn.. May 1. 1022 ______..._._____ 223.81Riceipta Litnie Hall do _--____________._--_.__ 1000 R A n..n! ciwe Jerry___...__._____ ___ 4 28 month towanla traniiiHfrutloii. The a.hoolboanl A
4 .____________ ____21 8 2J: 80 Unknown .. .. .- ___.r_:_ 7.6U daring month ..____&?___..DOK6 68Warranta IRS I** do ._n__________________ SO" | W .1 KplM-non: dn. atotdo ___ ____ 8 II airrveii that nu ehlld shell be the driver '
WU. of S\VL NE'/i of SWV4 ASK'i I burned _________--_______--_1121681Halance -: of Ntv'ti ....---.__23 8 22 100 Columbia Farm Land Corp. .... 20.81 June, 1022 ________._______ 91 A3 Ruth Unwky ,b------------------ B 00 W J Knwennn' dn _..___.... J J O KEEN
.3W'/ of NW'i ---.2JiwCj 8 22 40 Dlivla Uonlry .. _. ....___..... 7.68 Dl.lrirt No. 1 Amamln Canndy do ___.______._._____ 200 A Iroun ea.e l.om_ Plirk_______ 5150 I' J I'hAKCB;
nf NE'{ 1"* 10 A In NE Pittance May 1. 1922 __ .___._______ 110.44 Mm R II Di-an do _____.________n__._ 0 Oil W T Kptiornon': do et do -------- lit I T M HAIJANI.
Cor A NWM /, l-Jr.rt. of SW'/ I le.a 10 Imiued ______....... ..__ Mud K 1'h..m..Iu __- ._____ BOO W J FpiN-rann:" ilo h ,..... ___ J "J .H MONT
A in SE Cor :_24 8 22 180 Brooklyn Land Co .- .......... 31.49 I Ilnlnnc0 June 1. 1922 _______________ 18774 "W W nalmlin I duya'' builllf ct) et ____ 1200 W J KlHwiMin. COOS It| Ch ___a._ IJ75 W S KU1CI ..
; .. ____.______.____ 2.41 J enne Alirnuo Alvarea J II SAXON
W 12 A of SW" of NE'I -21)E'4 ) 8 24: 12 W F Fuller niitrict NO. a W J Kpperaon 4 days ..lt II''n.o .t.t 1HOOToh'irraph W Kpiierenn" ... 18 45 f "
., Faulkner
:;'( of A E 8 A of WVd!{ of __ SOUTcliuiraph W J Kinwncin cane .tn V II "I' :I.F.R
NW'/i Distance ]May 1 .1022 ___......?__ 82.26KiHtflpU ntntionvry Co judite 76
SW'4 of NC'/4\ -_______________2fl 8 22 88 Davie Donlcy .. -- .----.------ 18.07+{ during month ________.___ 212 4(1Warranla ( printing ticket rtc 00 411Telpirratjh W .1 Ki.per.tm: cone 1I0.kl..h'r..wford. __ 81 C B HARPER I r',
Issued __________ _______ ___ 11000llnlnnce ( stationery. tax collector 12 oilDrew W J EpiHtmtn. ns.l et ct do __u__ { JOMnrln J K IK II 1.4 tH; y
June 1 1922 ________________ 114 711III.tri.t Co auplillm 1154 K Stewart witness dn .n .- Oil (> IIAYNIOH I
bassudor without country but n man No. 8 i'Drew Co iipphv" clerk -_ 100 Llllle CIlMiin:) do .1 P JOHNSON l 1
I O W fllLI.h'r I 1
: L tl JOHNS

be-longed) u-, .... .1 II A I. : \ ANDER.
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While the big war was on the Unit-
Joflidnl of the United States hn' e.y WOK D AI.KXANDEIl ,

ed States lolled to Russia, an ally; I of it. F n'i HENRY SI''
right to dispose 0'

ment 187000000.was In power The at Kerensky the time.govern-Soon 'j Russia But it and did the not government morally belong of tho to What Your Tractor Will Do! A A A DIJUDliNH C FUICIIA : M IIKNHY: ''f t; 'J 1') I

afterward overthrownand JOHNS
Kerensky was United States had a right to seize It. I K II WATTFRSON'

Russia made pence with Germany.A what done w n Aiicroi> ti /
that was
'Practically was
little million dol- M I. WATI'JorlKON:
than sixty '
more for Bakhmcteir had no power to do J W WAfTKKHOM. ;
lars of the loan remained in the Unit- II )H 11 \ 1.1, .'
anything with this> money except with W I. HUdO '
ed States,'at the time and it was gen- or the 11 W SWINIIIiH. 0-0-U.J-JO 0
the consent of the government I

erally supposed that, since the object. United States. -- : ;:;- :
of the loan had foiled, since Russia Now if the United States government r sa In Court of County/ Judge, Hruilfurd County I .1

had ceased to the condition Sliilo of Horldli.In '
comply wan seized this money what should i / re Iot.L..t: J. E. Wlliion anti Laura WIN II I I
ort which it made the mon II on. "
was ,
it have done with it ? The money be- | Notice la heruliv ntvvn |o all whom I I.
ey that remained In this country wouldbe the government-that is to concern that on. the. 21al) dliy of .t.ltA': If.IIU.1 .
the treasury. longed to 1 hull ",ply to the. Honornble It A. l4
seized and returned to it belonged to all the people. Iti; fireun: Jililue' of ...101 court aa Judge of I'ro-

The man thinks this hall say !bola for my Una! dliiehnrKO aa ailmlnlHtrnt'ir
average hnd been'tuken from all the people 1 of: tin ;relate t of: J. K. Wlli-on und Laura Wll,

been done but the following from the think it should > silo ; anil tbd at the some time 1 f fwilt
and one would ::::t'rly; limit aecounta' aa ailminifltratofof

Albany Journal shows that those tvl.o them-that is to nald etilate., and auk fur their aiwrvve!. I
think this are mistaken. The Journal been restored to say I Dated Jun. Id, A t>. 1UJ2 ,'
returned to the treasury.> But it Was M. F. WILSON.
says: I AdinlnlHtrntor of .:.t.w i J I.:. Wiliton and Laura '
used to pay the debts of a government Wilson, Deoeanv, 8.1f\.ML.8..pol ,
"When the short life of the provisional ..
that had been repudiated-not - -- --------. 54

government had come to its crrl debts to creditors I ('ON\I18S1ONEr1S' 8AI.K 1
but its
all its debts, Hereby notlee I. given that under and ky '
and Bolshevist despotism had been established favored by the government of the virtue of that certain decree of Carillon, maili { d''
and entered In the Circuit: Court for Bradford
remained -
in its place, United States. It would), have been I 0 County rlorlda' In chancery sitting on the i

in WashinRton. He ceased to of Russia in this 1 17th day of May. A. II. tUJIi. In favor of H.
hard on the creditors 0 I., lirew. omplainant, and ..",aln.t J. P. Umw 1.j
be Russian ambassador, since the soviet country to have lost the amounts due ei ales a* defendant' the unileraiirned ac com.mlMlonvr I' '
will offer and sell In front of the 4
in the of
government was, eyes from that government but was it not front diMir of the eourthoiM In Hlarke. nor o

the United) States the same as no gov- little hard on the people cf the Ida. during. the legal! bourn of Hale on Mon 1
just a
% ilHy the sal day of July. A 1). IV2J.: to thehlwhiwt t
ernment; but he retained the name. United States to be required to pay o o anil beat bidder) for caah In hand cub.
ji".t to that certain mortgage from folly A.
However, he continued to function as I them to favored creditors selected by I grew and J. V. Drew, bur husband to the +

administrator of funds amounting to of the United) States ? Hank of feltarke, a .....1"> ..11..0. for the sow ,
|I the government Break land Harrow and seed land Reap of fltll.no and Intereat from Juno 28. IDil.at '
about $62,000,000, which remained in -Times-Union. your your ten per cent per annum said mnrtifaiie' be.
Inn recorded In Mortuave\ IhHik "V;' r.... 1 ;
this country out of the loan of $187- and thresh Grind Cut feed for DHU of the Publla Keeonla of !Bradford Coun. ,
000,000 which this government had, IIRAIJFOUIJ your grain your ty lo-wllt, rlorlila. the following uVaarlbed property. l;

made to the Kerensky irovernir>p.t. stock Pump water Saw your wood Cut The: Weat Half of Bouthwent Quarter ot t ,8] I s sNorthwest
Those funds applied to settlement your your quarter soil North: Half of North.weat .
were Bradford, June 30.;Mr. and Mrs.C. quarter of Huuthwect Quarter, of Se*- '

of accounts of private Individuals W. Edwards and daughters' Co- our lumber Haul your produce, and furnish power lion 34., Town.hlp 40 aerea 6. South more of or Manna 1 Ire, ateo 21. Eaat.contamhitf be..

who had .entered into dealings:! rinne and Marguerite, left Thursdayfor wmninK at th* Northeast Corns of Mouth
enerally around the farm. coot Quarter of Northwest Quarter of See.
with the Kerensky government. Out- their home in Ellenton, after a tlon 27, and run Weat tut fat, thence:: South.

settled by I with friends and .rl, to South Una of floutheant quarter ofNurtheant t
standing contracts were few days visit here quarter. 225 feet wet of flection

payment, cancellation and other relatives. Line, thence continue Southerly tfAO feet to apoint 1,
1211. feet Went of aald eetlon Line.thence
means without )loss to American con I Bennie Shaw of Alachua, was attending 1UO: feel to aatil _lion Line. >>
don't the drudgery around thence. North' to the of .beginning off
tractors. .In this work, representa to business/ here Wednesday. ,: Why you quit Section .7, Township 1.point South K.ni. ta Kant.containlnif : .

tires of the department of state, the Aaron Reddish, of Vanderbilt, was 12 acrea more or I leea i sold aho*.
the farm ? Get Fordson from it is .. ,
board a us; di erlbed I.no1loll and belnir In the County
treasury and the war industries visiting here Sunday.Mr. of Bradford and Slat of Fiori.,..

co-operated with Mr. BakhmeteflT." and :Mrs. J. V. Edwards were ready able and willing to do your hard T.C. J.A. lUYIN KNIOHr. ''

There can be no doubt as to IhA\ Illegality shopping in Worthington/ Tuesday af I:. L BIOU3. Commlaelooen.E. .

of these transactions. If the ternoon. work. 1 M. JOliN!!.

money remaining in the United States Mr. and Mrs Sumner Andreu and Solicitor for Complainant.. 6-2-JH-3J '

... belonged to Russia it should,have teen baby Harley, are ,vl isiting! relatives in No Worm in a Healthy Child f

paid out by a representative of the Jacksonville this week. AllehlMran troubled with Woo... .have an uo.b .

Russian government as that government Coy Edwards attended church at J. W. ANDREWS JR. -.
did not represent Brooker Sunday.J. nil*, there la more or 1 lea ettmarh dlatU6_ i
wished. Bakhmeteff ,
of RussIa. The W. Surrency was visiting his larry toUwotWlbne.wUI.atkla Ihobkod. .. I

the government represented 'sadbeen family Sunday. ,i iMr. FORD AND FORDSON DEALER. STARKE, FLA !Improve th.dlimtloa.aad act el .Denarii. Streuthenlnil -
government he had ; Took u the whole .,_111. Nato will then
overthrown by the time he reach- and Mrs. C. W. Hazen passed lbruw off 01'' dle..1 tha warn*, nd IhaCbllil: anil.b* 0

ed Washington'and he was not aan Mn- through here Sunday. la. ourfeetb."t.: riuaeai w ->*.'Tlu par bottle.



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: B.y::: and David MiHer 'left Tueaia: V W. B..,rum -:--n.ed.: F..iir.f: : T :VAJ.. _, E*:L,:rue.: .,f South Flor- i; LAWTEYThe

; -LiF for Palatka, where she will vin.t her a wveV.; vis:: at Orange Spring*. jit.irstiaf ir pa rut.', :Mr and

>mother ) .. N. J. Hancock. ;I Little France Borjra is spending& awhile Mr, T. 3. RIBM Lake Butler baseball t.

Mike Blondes bas returned from aweek' at Orange: Springs with friends A. T. MIJC; of Lake here
( j: : Batter was Tuesday afternoon and i i,' ,
I County News Items 11 fishing trip to Orange Springs. j this week. !'lucre on bossiMso Wednesday. grime with the local.team In th. lint;

! I :Mike! says fishing wasn't good, as be i j J. W. Townsend left Monday mom- :j ]Mr*. ffurortl Psamia, of Dukes, vis- inning the visitors mad# six: rui-;; ',it
'. only caught: 75 and they weighed more lug for a visit to Orange Springs lied. relatiWiS here Tuesday. I( later in the game the Lawtey I hI', .

,>II or less. | A. E. Proctor made a trip to Sapp Oj-o. TTiinmnnn. of New Zion, viand their eyes opened and won th. ,' .
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Wefc by
L1 lakrut1nl fact Withered During the Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hancock, ofFra.n4Es '
I 'r :] :Tuesday. ,, reiativn bei* Friday. by a score of 11 to 7. Pearce anin -. i ,
:I, ,. 11 Regular Correspondent. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J'!, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas of|I Setter ashes ant Albert Millet at.teaded (/ was the battery for Lawt,S
Miller Vanzant last week.
1l l \\4 1. .. Miller, were in tarn Tuesday. |.! cbordl: Worthington Sun.day. Mrs. M. E. Edward and f
J. R. Varies, of Seville, le i
Y" ---- -- visiting ,;: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of Five moved back to Lawtey Tuesd.-i r
J BROOKER eral days. Mr and Mrs. Vanzant this week. !':Mile, were visitors here Tu.*...,.. I II Wilbur Brown motored to Lake But. Gainesvile.where they havir. i

,)(r. Barrows, of Starke: was transacting ;: Elmer Atkins spent Friday over in'I J. I. Dvbo e and con, Roy, of.i Flee Saturday. for several years on account nf i .

1I Brooker, Jane 30.-J. C. Cone spent; ; business here Monday.Master Gainesville. i j I VVorthinton Spnagi. were visitor j!, Sirs T. s.. Laa fovd and son, Roy school facilities. They are pli-i,- ,
I r Friday and Saturday transacting business Herman Allen of Bushnell,, i i Henry Williams, Harry Vanws and '' oere Tuesday. cf Pateette, are 'visiting meads and !located in her home near the dt'I', '''

r .\ in Lawtey.Mr. is the guest of his grandparents Mr. John P. Coffin of Johnstown were :! J. H. )(an .baTD' {is visrttieg his SOD i! relatives in this section.J I Mrs. Jack Briggs, of Jackv.. '.

and Mrs. Jos E. Wilson of and Mrs. J. Allen, of Hampton. >I.looking after business here Saturday. ';: Dr. Clarence Marsbbnrn' in South jl J George and Braiy Thomas, ofj lis a guest at the home of her m,,' .

Gainesville: spent the weekend here' John Wheeler of Fort Payne Ala., Steve Preston WilliamJack Colson and Florida. \ I Worthington were 1 business visitors. i Mrs. Jf. E. Edwards.
at the home of R. A. M'eeks. is the guest of his brother Volley tors here Canon of New. River were vis1i Rev. Thomqu ot tare: ; preached here Saturday. I I Chenff Epperson and Deputy. \r
i Monday.Mr.
Mr. Reaves of Gainesville, is transacting Wheeler this week. at the Christian church Sunday Quite a eaniber of people from our Baisden of Starke took in th.
j and Mrs. Ira of
business here this week. W. E. "Baker of Lake Geneva, has Pinholster morning and' evening. !community attended the Andrews- I came at Lawtey Tuesday.
I Brooker, motored: to Lake Butter Sat*t iI
t Dr. Mann, of lake Butler made a' recently been a business visitor here. Kirday. j I Spires wedding Sunday afternoon. David :Moore left Wedrjesdii! '

tall here Saturday afternoon Dr. MSddleton of Stark was a pro-| [ John Hanna I MILLERi Johnnie Ward of Providence, wa.s i Mobile Ala., where he has secure ,
spent Friday in Jack
Mrs. Gainey is on>> the sick: list this 1 fefstonal{ visitor here' this week. :sonville. I here on business one day last week. :,position.

; week. Master Leslie Fut h, who has been 1 [ T. H. Rimes of Miller, was transacting 'i Miller Jane 30.-Raleigh BelUng, [!i Miller baseball team went to Lake Doyle and George Boyer, of +th, I
3ti., Lottie Jordan who is attends visiting relative,<< in St. Petersburg business here Monday. of: Providence visited friends in this i Butler Thursday with the evf/ctation:) S. Navy, are spending a few "iu\' .

s+ ; the normal! in Gainesvillespent 1 1a returned to his home here Saturday. Math Dukes, of Five }fife I I''community Friday night.Mr. of playing the scrubs, but found that ( Lawtey at the home of their pn" Ster.
the weekend here at the home of )tr. He was accompanied by his cousin T. town Monday. was in and Mrs. Olson Thomas spent they: had picked a nine inciting se\ and Mrs. E. D. Boyer.
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. G. Futeh of Leesburg. fI3tn. the wend. 'i h
John Call, of Guilford was here at Late era! of the old first mre The score -
h P. A. CrvfhytJjS. W. Hazen and P. Strickland: of Tampa,.was the business Monday. or. BndgeX. was 11 to 2 in favor of Lake Butler. To Cure a Cold In One Day

JL Barefoot spent Monday attendingto : truest oi her aunt Mrs.. Elsie. Sparkman Slisaes: Ruby Proctor, Mona Dekle H. Stokes made a business! try: 1. L. Brown motored t.o Lake But Take iJlXATTVEir.t IJRO\fO Qtrvrnn:lTab'ot'
1 business in Starke. this week. > ?S rke i -i ous'i! nj l Hmdn-ho cad! .rut
Tharslay .
i Ruth Sapp Messrs. John Hanna, Ari :er Saturday .., l '. '.!vC :aeture.weuha"
A 'y Mr. and Mrs. G. {V. Andreu. of New Mrs. DeWitt and children of Jacksonville
dell Drawdy and Dewey Duke att.'led
,t River spent Saturday here. were visiting: friends and relatives -

> f Mr. and )%rs. L. W. Swell of Alachoa here Sunday. }In.a D.party J. O.at Greene the home, of Brooker of Mr. Sa'orday and' I i'4'' .: ..... :. ..:. ..;....-:.-. : ..... .::. :. ...' .." .. ..:.t1f. ,. :'.:':::' :: ": ,:;o: .,, '::. -: ':---r.
rM w spent Sunday here with relative Miss Audrey Johns, of Starke Lathe night. t.r
*. of Miss Ethel Hunt thisas :
Harden J. Shelling a>! W. HShaUar
D. F. Connerl,. of tooter Pond, wjt i week. :, of Providence' were business
a visitor here Monday. !IRe". Bell- of. Palatka..: preached at visitors here Monday.
;. t Mrs. A. B. Shaw and ion. Woodrow the Methodist church: Saturday and Horace Crawford of Miller, was

of Gainesville spent Friday here at; Sunday. ,trallSUtin g business here ?atur\la>', A REAL 50 50 SALE
e; the home of Mr. and Mrs A. A. Hazen. Mr. and Miss Clayton of Ft Paine John demons, of Brooker, wa in
Ala., are here looking: after their lath. town Friday.
b Lucian lawn entered the normal 1 I er's Dr. Clayton business Rev. J. D. Crews. of Long Bridgr.

at Gainesville Monday, where' be will 1 1 B. C. OwsJey of Theressa, was a was shaking bands with his many
t take review work for the rest of the business! visitor here this week. i iI friends here Saturday
term. Miss I Leona i Miss Continues all next week. You half the price
Mullaay, of Jacksonville: Wisenbaker of 'Valdosta .* pay
WIlL Moody and family of LaCrosseaMat who has been the freest of the Misses visiting he; aunt, :Mrs. Tiny Dekle and the
keep half. There
Sunday afternoon here. Maxwells for several days has returned this week. are many bargains

t l '! Dr. Bwhop, Alarhua, made a call home. Miss Vida Watson, of Lulu was! for :.

here Monday.Mia W. T. Saxon, of Pompano, was a visiting friends here Sunday. you.
Louis Leverett- o.f. Worthington business visitor here this week. .! Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular

'b t has been her for the past few '. R. E. Lee of Theresa, was transacting appointment at the State Farm Sun.
t days the guest-: of Marguerite Shriver. business here Monday.Mr day.
ta Come and '
J. H. Pollard who has been Dewey Duke and Ardefl Drawdy if get Yours
4 e Prof.: Shaw spent the weekend with the guest of her mother. Mrs.. Annie Five }Mile visited friends here Suns .
r1 his family in Gainearille.s E. .Young. of Macon Ga., for several day afternoon. ,

:' 1 Several from here spent Friday afternoon mOIlt.h.st returned to her home here Mrs.. Margaret Townsend and little
$125 .
v I fl George at Worthing ton. Sunday. daughter, Mary Naomi of Tennessee, Phonographs $62.50, $150 Phonographs $75 '
Peacock. of Gainesville
waadl' E. J. King was transacting business are visitinar' relatives here this WM>|C.
I in town Monday. tin. Starke Saturday. Mr. and- Mrs. Mack! Driggers- and

: 1 F. A. Andrews of New River spentSaturday Miss Alma Dyal bas returned to children: Mattie and Marvin, motored FISHING GOODS BASE BALL

here. 'her home at Pompano after a visit Worthington Sunday afternoon.J. GOODS, POCK-
k ,. Masonic Lodge No. 9, F. & A. M., with her aunt, Mrs J. H. Saxon; here.J. W. Townsend had the misfortuneof ET KNIVES ELECTRIC
will hold! its regular meeting, Satur- HAND LAMPS
; L. King, of Brooklyn was a business losing his barn by fire Friday and a
day afternoon at'3 o'c1o visitor this week. morning
o invited to attend. Mrs. J. C. McColsky and children, LIST OF LINES WE ARE

Ii MUses Oveida Connerly and Lola of Hague were guests of friends and CLOSING OUT all
))1 at HALF
Mae Cason spent the week-end with relatives here this week. PRICE.

it, their parents near LaCrosse. | The Christian Endeavor served ice

+ s News has been received here of the cream at the city: hall Friday. I SHOT GUNS and RIFLES ONE THIRD
* l I. Yo.it,. birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. ( Later in the day they motored to ,I OFF
s' Sam Tillis, of Plant City. )(r. and the lake and enjoyed bathing. ,I
1. )fl1l. Tillis have resided here and their j Mrs. Mary Prevatt, who has been I SHOT GUN SHELLS, 12 16 and 20
t: unary friends extend gauge 75c box
congratulations. j the great of friends and relatives at I .
a ;foo. We are sorry to report I. W. Pin- j Starke, has returned to her home hereMr. II I ....-w
C { holster, Sr., ill at this I. j I DAISY AIR RIFE
; .: a Miss Beadle very Croft of Lulu writing.was a was transacting. Milligan, of business Alaehua here county this sells for $2.25 at $1.00 .

'; t visitor to our town Thursday.B. I I week. '_
,,. V. P. U. Sunday evening eight j We have no room to carry this stock in
'i our yard
; o'clockMrs..
t PinhoUter, leader. LAKE BUTLER
cp Mrs. Lybr passed to the great beyond | store and what is not sold must be shipped
r I' out of
last Tuesday after an illness of 'j Lake Butler, June 30.-Rev. J. WOMEN }
several weeks She had been in bad Eubanks of Lake City. was R.j OF MIDDLE AGE I town. Such bargains have never been offered

I.$ 4''r health for some time but tier death 'I friends bere Monday. Here la Good Advice For You I you.
came: as a shock. She was laid to Miss Ruth Sapp of Sapp, spent the I

rest in Dedan cemetery Wednesday !, weekend here with friends. I Lexington! Ky.-"I have nI Dr.I I SALE CLOSES SATURDAY, JULY 8 at 9 P/M"
11 ",; 1 Rev. C. S. McLelland: conducting the j. Misses Ruby Proctor Roth Sapp,I Fierce's *'avonte Preemption and the I ,
A I .'. ," last sad rites. She' leaves to mourn ;i Norma Dekle, Mary Bqrum and John Golden Medical Discovery in my
t' $, her loss several children: who have j j lianas motored to Worthington Sunday family them for yean, read I can ..* recommend I
loo b.jrhlv!
h I Paring the
the sympathy of the entire common-: afternoon. { period of middle lue the """' |
ity. I I I Mis Inex Faulkner returned to her : and the 'Discovery were a w..ndertul'help
Guy PinhoUter and Clyde Ward, of i! home in Palatka Friday after a via. i to me. Xo woman sbnuij try Consumers
I to do 1I'I&boo4 them ." i I Lumber
,l, r Jacksonville here: are speeding this week I i it with her aunt :Mrs. :Miller Van- 'annie Keltev" ft. il trt.it Jackson urne.&In. St.- Co.
on account: of the serious illness zant. i Your
health is
id rooet'
of I. W. Pinholster, Sr. f Uncle Dick Davis and little va d."I I you. fa', easily improved.important K you to ,!'
s ,sons, B. L. Rem and Odell Glover of softer from beat fW.rt, dinunes or Starke .
HAMPTONHampton 1 Five Mile, were visitors here Satur any of the symptom r-mtuoia to 'I i Florida
women at the rmiral pen-id in fife.
i i day.Claude i nes ask :just nearer drar.for thin .
June 30.-Vidaet) Kirkland Odom of Jacksonville: spent Pretcnptwin of L r. Pierc*'*, in table
;, and mother Mr*. Zorada lark.i ,| the weekend here with his parents or liquid form. *rent l h> cents: to

i. a w land of Tampa, have been the guests Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Odom. !' N Dr.,Y.l"ier.e'. if qomp Invalids ash a !Hotel ButfaIO'//
it of friends and relatives here for sevr )frs. Miller Vanzant and little sons. for free, coo d nttaJ:: meat& .


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