Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02236
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1924
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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02236
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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, BURGLARIZED; SUNDAY NIGHT I I Star of Stars r Gas in Filibuster
I Local Company Preparing \> Ind'H Fury Sweeps" from Cleveland to

,, Sol Kite and Jesse Altman Arrested- 1 asi Sandunky. Along Shore of Luke
r., Confessed to the Crime | J Erie-iHolateH SiinJiisky and
for Stay at Camp Johnston Lorain.
Sunday night shortly after midnight -

Night Marshal Alvarez caught Cleveland, Ohio, Juno 28.-North-

sight of two figures stealing along in'' i cm Ohio lay prostrate tonight under
All officers and enlisted men of STA IE; RIFLE COMPETITION: tho fury of winds. of tornado violence
the shaaow of the high board fence \
Company "G" are now putting in the Hint swept from Cleveland to San-
The Florida State Rifle Competitionwill
at the rear of Turner's Drug Store. I dusky along the shores of Lake Erie':
touches in for <
finishing getting ready
Insted of halting when the officer I be held on tho rifle range at the t
1 initiated Sandusky and Loruin killed
the anual encampment to be held nt Camp Grounds, July 10th to 12th: ,
,Called, they broke into a run, drop 'possibly 400 peioiu, injured another :
ping some packages they were carry- the State Camp Grounds, in Duval inclusive. '
2,000, and caused l property damage" of
Teams of five members from each
ing. They eluded the marshal by slipping I county, July 13th to 27th Inclusive; YS possibly millions.
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company of the 121th Infantry have
through the back of I
passageway I the company being scheduled to leave been I i The probable death list is augmented ,
the Electric Shoe and I detailed as firing teams, witTiadditional
Shop going
Starke Sunday morning, July 13th. enlisted, men for corer, by (he. poxHibility that lake steam- *
through the yard of the old Rivers I
II Recruits are being enlisted, newclothinA' markers, telephone operators, etc ors mn>' have gone d.wn.1'hreo ..toamt'r -
place, but were recognized by the officers II I issued examina-
; physical Company "G" will be representedby out of Sandusky are known to
as Solomon Kite and Jesse Alt-
I tions, vaccination and inocculatlona the have been caught in the storm, and
following team:
man, two well known characters in II Y'a K administered .
etc. have it that
Firing Team: report, passengers wore
both city and county courts. The this will Licut.-Oov of Rhode I*.n,1,
regiment year go un- Tnupm swept, overboard from the ducks of
2nd I.t. Frank C. Stern,
Marshal Alvarez recovered the Oka Strashun, 17, of ClnolnnaU, 0. der canvas. The will be locatedon sat in the presiding chair of the State ':
packages dropped by the burglars and'! is the greatest girl athlete in hoi camp Sgt. I Russell Mc Itae, Senate 49 continuous hours in the one of th'm-the Reliance ,
started an investigation to determine II I etate. She is cha wimminchookty the old Second Florida camp site Cpl. James M. Edwards, effort to break a filibuster which had I The City of Erie hove into the j I
I tnnls, Ming, beeetkbull on the river bank with practically all Pvt Charles B. Johns, tasted since" Jan. I, and 1 finally brotmht the Cleveland harbor safety and her
what store or stores had beenentered. and sprints; She also does fancy of the for enlisted under 't
tents men Pvt to a head when the Senate chamber I said the storm
William E. Turner. skipper produced
By breaking the glass from a rear I dancing and U editor of her eoLcg_ the trees. The camp is well laid out. was Kitmed. nearly causing the death some
of the most
window of Turner's store they gained I p per. Latrines and showers are beingprovid- Markers, Scorers, etc.: of two senators. spectacular electrical f'j;
fecU ho hud JI
Pit Edward
Eugene ;, ever seen.
entrance and rifled the place taking
and the kitch-
ed for officers and
PIIILLIPS-GEIGER.I men Pvt. Gilbert II. Green.: NAVAL STORES DEMONSTRATOR: : As the stricken cities began to try
toilet articles, perfumes, fountain I J
ens and mess halls are practically Lieutenant Stern and the other HERE NEXT; WEEK I
candies I to establish communication word began .
and pencils, cigarettes, 'I i
finished. The kitchen has a permanent
Mr. Guy Vinson Phillips and Mrs. )
members leave Sturku
of the team will to trickle out which substantiated :(
a kodak and what cash the register roof while the mesa hall will be cov- George P. Shlnglur, Jr., naval storusdemonstrator
contained, mostly pennies. They had Lillian Geiger were married by JudgeR. July Uth., and will Join the company ''the early reports that the catastrophe j i
i ered with paulin. Water taps are of thu bureau of ch..mhttry -
A. Green at his office Wednesday when it arrives in camp on the 13th. may be ono of the greatest in the
also planned to burgalize the clothing I provided in each kitchen. It Is quite in to bo in SUrke July 7,8, and, II '
store of J. M. Alvarez the officer ,afternoon at three o'clock. tory of the country his'i'i
I certain that the men will be much WAGON AND:"/ AUTO IN COLLISION: to demonstrate the latest approved
finding an empty ice cream container ,,! The bride ii the charming daughterof I 300 (Jud, 1,500 Hurt
cooler and just as comfortable, if not methods of stilling at the still of the I
against the rear door, placed there'' Mr. and !Mrs. Ovid Haynes, of more so, in the tents than in barracks Saturday morning the team belonging I Powell Naval Stores (Company It Is |I Lorain alone, according to word obtained

with the intention of entering through'' Hampton. She is beautiful, accomplished and, as a matter of fact, a tent camp to Mr. Arch Green, hitched in the expected that on !Monday. n trip will In circuitous fashion from

the transom. i and enjoys the esteem of a is a whole lot more like real soldier rear of White's store, broke loose I he made in the woods to eso the clans( there, will have 300 dead and 1,500 I

i Marshal Alvarez notified Mr. Corp- I large'circle' of friends. ing. The camp order calls for full and dashed out from behind the buildIngs of timber that furnishes the gum and injured. Eighty: dead, It was said,

cning of the robbery and the sheriff' Mr. Phillips is a prominent Union field equipment, including field kitchen to the street just us Mrs. A. W. that the next two days will b.i spent have been taken from the State theater .

office, and with Chief Kite started : county citizen. He served for many,' gear, and it is prubablp that a de- Anderson and son were passing in running charges through thu still. there. I II 1

the search for the culprits. Nearby year as chief of police of Lake But tail will be sent ahead of the companyto their car. Mrs. Anderson succeeded in On July 10, 11, and 12 he will be at | In !SandUHky: estimates of the dead I

towns were notified to be on the lookout I' 'ler, while at present he is in the arrange the kitchen, mess hall and, bringing her machine to u stop before Graham. turpentine men are Invited ranga to 25. Nothing bait been obtained -

for them. { 'mercantile business. if possible, pitch the company tents. the collision and the horse at. to attend these demonstration. from\ Elyria; but It U not believed

It was learned afterwards that with The many friends of this couplewish Tent floors. are already in place on the tempted to pass between the car and given by an old turpentine! man who .that city is as hard hit.

the appearance of the night marshal I them all happiness. I ground. another parked alongside the curb. knows the practice us well as the Scenes! of the wildest terror and

on the scene they became separated. POSTOFFICE CLOSED Troops from South Carolina and The wheels of tho wagon struck the theory of the game. confusion were enacted in thu cities.

Kite went to the home of DeWitt C. ,i THURSDAY AFTERNOON I from Alabama will be in camp with radiator a glancing blow, passed over I.. WYMAN as the furious winds blew men and

Jones rolled his Star car away frojii the Florida troops. the front fender and overturned, ----- -----.- , the house and drove it to Hampton. Permission has been granted Postmaster j The camp schedule contemplates a throwing the horse to the pavement. CARD OK THANKS: ]U-ars! off tho tracks and pushed structures -

I Shortly after leaving Stnjrke a tire N. D. Hull to close the post- great deal of extended order work Tile horse was uninjured and the We extend, to our many friend our over.

1 went flat and he stopped in Hampton 'office each Thursday afternoon during with platoon, company and battal- wagon was. none the worst for its !heartfelt thanks for their kindness ,i I As the darkness came on, unlighted
I under a street light to put on the the remainder of the summer, in lion problems. It also. calls for a night overturning. The Ford was the chief tho
I during slc) spare. While engaged in this task he 'order -to give the faithful postoffico |bivouac with the regiment in shelter ( sufferer, the radiator being damagedand beloved! wife and daughter. j'i while pouring ruin f"lI.Hetu"t'ult .

was surprised by Sheriff Eppersonand workers the same advantage enjoyedby tents, and a regimental attack prob- one of the headlights smashed.CE.iE'IERY ELAM LEWIS: were clogging the road,
the remainder of the business |
and took0 his heels.
Cheif Kite, '''
This was the first inkling the officer houses of Starke. The closing of the lem.The Indications are that the camp UOUKINU: ( AT KING!'! MIt. and !MRS. J. E. NORMAN' out of Lorain and ICIyrU J to Cleveland ;

had of the theft of the car. After his office will begin this week, and patrons this year will be the best since the LEY Oseeola county Is all stirred up liu- ,, Hind, reports, while relief work-

escape Kite made his way back to of the office are asked to keep reorganization of the National Giiard.. cause of the proponed development at "rs and newspaper men were running
All Interested In Kingnley into the stricken
Starke. this in mind and transact their business -I The will have but six hours work persons .like Tohoprkallga. And. the talked- area.
| men
I lake cemetery are asked to be there Governor Donuhey at Columbus has
Altman | during the morning hours.A about Improvements is not In the
It is believed that attempted each day and will have various formsof
the third Saturday of this month, the ordered Northern Ohio unit of thu
take the belonging to P. muse of the lake, ullLer.-Florida"
to car In their time. ,
SAFETY RHYME! I spare tilth\ with tools for clearing and beautifying 1 National Guard to proceed at once to
Barefoot Cherry street, to TimesUnion.The .
M'I the grounds. Firing] baskets the three cities, and some of them
Archibald J. Thomas, In-
his escape in. The key had been Here lies the remains of Percival Captain
moved by the owner but he stated Sapp. fantry (l Reserve), F N. G. will attend : and>l spend the dqy. average coconut tree, we read! have ttturted from here in tn/fcnha.
about produces sixty nuts u / Torn morrow the governurandAJju
the ignition wires were disconnectedand He drove his car with a girl in his the annual encampment atl I| (01 I). E.: Knight spent the first year
State Grounds, in Duval coun which given it a slight lead over the tant ienerul Henderson will proceedInto
an attempt made to connect them. lap. of the week Valdosta where he was I
', average family tree.-Littlo Rock the storm urea.VlK .
beyond the switch. Altman lived a';i Lies slumbering here, one William ty. Captain Thomas will travel with I'called on professional business.
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short distance from the Barefoot gar- Blake, Company "G" on the 13th inst. I : GKNKHA'IIONS; : : HELP CELK.IIKATK : .

| lie heard the bell but had no brake. .. : lilltlllims

Beneath this stone lies William --- .
Raines, .1 I Sunday, Junn :2'Jth/ was the birthdayof
Ire on the hill, he had no chains. Mrx. Jean lapp, 01, Mrs. Mattlo
Nominees i I I Here lies the body of William Jay; Sapp, IliI! and Miss Aileen Hulslop,

He died maintaining his right of way. lit, and! the home of Mrs. Supp, In the

1 John Smith lies here without his Hollbronn Springs section witnessed
shoes, the gathering of five generations of

He drove his car while filled with the family to celebrate the occasion,

booze. ; ninety-one in number, besides invited

Heie'-i Mary Jane-but not alive- friends.
She made her Ford do thirty-five. Never before had Mrs. Sapp !gathered -
i about her this number of her family

id in a local garage, but evidently his and the occasion wilt be one to

knowledge! of the ignition system was remain in the memory of all who were

in.uffi<.,eat to allow him to make the Fortunate enough to be present. The

proper connection.During }; 1 birthday feast consisted, of the many
Monday Altman and Kite w good things only a country home can

got together again and started walk. produce for such an occasion, and

'm" to ;sampson City. Here they were even though the gatherelng was large,

given, u "lift" by John Henry Morris none left with appetite unappenned.

-hcritf Epperson and Deputy DaisJen, Those attending, besides the three

.Iii!, und hud previously Leon employno ( k \ in whose honor the celebration was
hud been working on the case the k \ ( given were: Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Green

entire day, learned of thU. Intercept- and! eight children, Mr. and Mrs. F.

,un John Henry on the road he linally j9 Ai \\j"3 J M. Norman and nine children, Mr. and

,u'e. ed to assisting the pair to Mrs. J. ti. Sapp and three children,

i_,upe und. agreed to go and show the !Mr' and Mrs.. J. S. Sapp and ten children -

,"tin.. era where he left Altman and! I, Mr. and Mm. !Mob Haislop and

a. Kite. 1'h.- officers continued on the road I, five children, Mr. and !Mrs. J. It. Mc-

tj' Brooklyn and a abort distance this I v Clenghan and five children of Jacksonville -

4// aide of the village captured the pair J ; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez

us they were coming from a negro i| I j P.t&DJ + "and, five children.Wm. Sapp, Mr. an.l

shanty, where! they had stopped cut Pd r Mrs. W. A. Stokes and child, of Jacksonville -

+tse of the rain. They were brought to 1I -; Mr. anti Mrs. Owen Dyal and

I ( htarke and placed in the county jail. two children, of Jacksonville; Mr. and
aY They were given a preliminary ,'j Mrs. II. B. Ill-..>d.worth and three

h..armg! Wednesday morning before I I 'chlllrf'n. of Jacksonville' ; Mr. and
Justice of Peace Gardiner. Both plead I :MTH A. A. Edwards: and child, of

cuilti Kite to breaking and entering Ellington: ; Mr. and :Mrs. Sim Kelly

Duncan McDonald, Illinois union and theft of an automobile, bond be- I and three children Mr. and Mrs. W.

mine official, and Wra. Bouch, Wash 11.1? fixed at Sl. OO. Altman plead e b.Mr 1 r. Ward and child, Mr. and Mrs. O.
ington State Grantee executive, are breaking and entering and E. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Norman
guilty! to: I
the Presidential and Vice-Presidential h., ,ml was set at $1,000, fur appear- I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez,
candidates nominated at the Farmer-
court. In Ward. Guests
of circuit and child, and Miss Mlle
Labor fall term
Convention in St. Paul tat at
wek. The nominations were provisional Default of bond they were returned were: J. E. Corpening, Dr. and Mrs.

leaving a way open to join to the count jail. -.r u Biggs and son, Leslie, of Starke.
Ithe La Folleue. forces, I

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"G" OFF TO C P JULY 13th t

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THE-[ -CITIZEN---SOLDIER- ---- -OF TODA1 Guard IH 250,000: men. Should this 'GENERAL BLANDINGDIVISION batant unit, as he commanded the SUMMER PLAY FOR CHILDREN they were to work among during: the

: country today find itself face to face | COMMANDERI 103rd Brigade of the 27th. Division I coming year. The rural people were

Speech broadcasted by Capt. Robert with national emergency, ahe could! I OF NATIONAL GUARD (New York National Guard) duringthe furnish The consolidated rural school can grateful for the service since it offer-
4 N. Ward Commanding Co. "B", 154U assemble few more than 50,000 men I a very helpful !service duringthe ed their children educational opportunities -
of Division with
operations summer months to the children !
Infantry firm Station WQAM Miami of her Regular Army, as the rest are I A great honor has been conferredupon young during that period, equal to
Florida, on May 3, 1924. scattered all over the world. To whom the State of Florida in the selec- the British Army under Ilaig when it of the community, and to their those received by the more fortunate

It is my good( fortune to be affiliated then would she turn for adequate pro- i'tlon of Brigadier General Albert II.i crossed the Hindenberg line, for which mothers as well. The summer Is a urban children.

with several fraternal orders, all of tection 7 Of course she has the Organ- |i Standing, of Leesburg, to be appointed service he was awarded the distin- trying time for children of kindergarten EXEMPTFROM \
and primary rinse the DISABLED EX-SERVICE
which trive to Inculcate into the ized Reserves the third componentof Major General of the National guished service cross." nee
members a more noble sense of broth- the fighting forces of the nation;; ] Guard and assigned to command the The name of General Blanding, the older members of the family arc too POLL TAX y
j erhood and a truer form of pIOtr'. t- organized only In- 31st. Division. General received busy to give them attention, and being : -
they are as yet I Adjutant says, was Under'authority of Section 8585,
ism; but the memberships that I I to skeleton units There is one bodyof | The 31st. Division is composed of with great favor by the officers of unable to be of help they do not disabled ex-service men
Acts of 1921
know what ,
to d3 !'h
bum elvcs.
ptlzo moot highly tre in the \merl- efficiently trained men to whom the mobile elements of the National the Regular Army on duty at Corps + of tax.
from poll
It exempt payment
is the need of directed are
can Legion where I hold an office; the she would naturally turn, and that is Guard of the States of Louislna, Mis- Headquarters. play and vocational
Civitan Club. of which I have just! the National Guard. Each and every i sislppl, Alabama and Florida. The The National Guard now constitutesthe companionship that the school could This applies to men
I' meet the training and those drawing compensation
been elected President and which will unit of the Guard, under the present various brigades and regiments to largest element of the military by opening primary room from the World
I for the for disability
entertain the International Conven- practical mobilization plan, could be compose this division have now been forces of the United States, and it is use each morning, ( above class
and War. Men in the can reg-
; tion of Civitan Clubs in Miami in the mustered in within twenty-four hours,, practically all organized, and at the contemplated, under our national providing a play leader, prefer- election without
ister for the general
middle of this month; and the National which would mean close to 200,000 instance of Major General Shanks, the military policy as set out In the Na- ably a trained kindergarten teacherto ,
Guard in which I have held a com- Commanding General of the 4th. direct their activities. To this room payment of the tax
trained, armed and fully equiped men I tional Defense Act, that the Guard
mission since Its reorganization following of brain and brawn ready to take the 'Army Corps Area, with headquarters shall be organized, trained and main- the children could bring their pictureand Speedy

the recent war. at present field. Since, then, the National Guardis i In Atlanta, the Adjutants General of tained in the larger units of commandthat story books and their toys for A negro who was with the armyin
serving as Captain in command of the strongest of the three component the several Southern States named would be required in any Na- cooperative play, and by use of paper, France was beating it for the back

' Company B, 154th. Infantry. (Note: parts of the organized fighting I i above met at Corps Area Ileadquaters tional emergency. It is a very fortunate cardboard, scissors and paste they areas as fast as he could go when he
man-power of the country, does it not {:recently to consider the organization thing that in the development of could learn to make scrap books and

it .. behoove every community where a (and officering of the Division. I our plans for national defense, there toys such for use during the winter. Under
leadership they would take
unit exists to support it in every possible i The name of General Blanding was are trained and experienced! soldiers excursions -
way? Let me tell you plainly, I presented to the conference by Adjutant like General Blanding who can be to see birds, flowers, trees

the day Is not far distant when any General Foster, representing given the leadership in bringing our and the' farming processes in opera-
city of 10,000 inhabitants or more I Florida, who reviewed the long and military establishment up to a high tion. The companionship of other
that Is not fostering a National Guard ,distinguished service of the latter as standard of efficiency, for it must be children of their own age would meal

, 4 Mitchell's Drug Store I organization will be looked upon as !an officer of the Florida National appreciated that the army upon whichwe such much to the younger children since

; lacking loyalty to her young men and I Guard, with particular reference to now depend is constituted, for the companionship is often lacking

DRUGS her country. Everywhere, more and 'his activities as commanding officer most part, of citizen soldiers, men on the farm.
more, employers are coming ta recog- of the 2nd. Florida Infantry during' who are voluntarily undergoing training How can this idea be carried out r

nize the value of the training in discipline the Mexican Border service of 1015,I in time of peace, to equip them- One of the most! effective ways wouldbe
i g TOILET ARTICLES and efficiency that is being and 1916, and to the important service I selves in a special way to meet the through an organization of the 1 Peek & .
given the National Guardsmen.The I which he rendered as a general officer responsibilities that must devolve mothers, but others will suggest I Perryman
' CANDIES National Guard is the Ideal during the World War. In the latter upon all citizens in time of war. themselves. How can a play leader be

i plan for home defense. When a man connection, General Foster said, (SOUND-OFF secured? One way would be to ap- I

has served a three-year enlistment, are very few National Guardsmen oly to the nearest teacher-training Insurance
We count on Company he is thereafter sufficiently equippedwith from the Southern State/ who attained RECENT STRENGTH FIGURESOn Institution. Often a new graduate

military knowledge to take up the grade of general officers February 1st., 1924, the National would be glad of an opportunity to
G to bring home the arms at the call of his country, and during the World War. General Guard enrolled an aggregate spend some weeks in the country and

enter the field with but little additional Blanding not only did this, but ren- strength of 163,261, including 9,959 gain' such an experience. Why not try
Bacon from the Annu training. The greatest single Item dered conspicuous service with a connected officers. This figure is 2,100 greater the plan?

of expense to the United States in the than the corresponding strength a One Farm Community BenefitedThe
: al Encampment. World War was the cost of transforming with membership; and then year ago. Of this enrollment, 309 officers children in one rural districtin
her young men from the status you surely will want to make application and 5,777 enlisted men belong to the South'have been fortunate dur-

of a recruit to that of a fighting unit. > for enlistment, as every true divisional. combat regiments. ing the past few years in having their
Let us never again allow such a condition young American should. (SOUND-OFF) Ix months term extended to a nine-
to prevail. The National Guard, I (Reprinted from "SOUND-OFF" by months term. The State Normal

l training men between the ages of 18 permission of Major Ward.) SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPHINSURANCE School at Troy, Alabama, accordipgELECTRIC ;

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Since this speech was broadcasted, was stopped by a white officer.
Captain Ward has been promoted to
"Don't delay me, sub," said the ne-
Major and now commands the First
1 Battallion of the 124th. Infantry.) gro. "I's gotta be on my way."

The American Legion stands for "Boy," replied the officer, "do you
Loyalty to Country, Home and God. Let's go to the annual Encampment July 13th to know who I am? I'm a general."

The Civitan Club's motto" is "Build- D. C. JONES to 28th. Let's join Capt. Peeks Company. Let'sput a I "Go: on, white man, you ain't no
The national
ers of Good Citizenship. -
! Guard stands for these principles; Starke on the map and let's help the Organization SHOE general."

and wherever you find one or all of HARDWARE every day in every way. By so doing we "I certainly am," Insisted the offi-

these three organizations properly can perpetuate the Company which brings ipto cer angrily.
functioning, you may know that that SHOP "Lordy! exclaimed the negro taking -
city Is the better for their presence. Farming andElectrical our town about four thousand dollars every year. a second look. "You sho' is. I

The National Guard is the volunteer And say Mr. Business Man you know we need musta been travelin' some, 'cause I
i I peace-time man-power that is Supplies I Well repaired shoesare didn't thinkTd got that far yit."-Ex.
being systematically disciplined, that money this year as never before.
for definite the most essential You're LuckyIt
trained and developed
Captain Thomas of this will be the
Agency at
service to the local community, the Company G is one of need of the soldier was the recruit's first day in
d United States. In the Annual Encampment for fifteen days. Our office
'. State and the Starke's main assets ,camp, and, not knowing the rules of
I. event of any emergency, national or will be open however as usual ard the needs of stands 'saluting, with hands deep in his pock-
I I y otherwise, the National Guardsmanwill encourage the young Our work ets, he swaggered past an officer."Don't .
be found to bo the present day our customers will be efficiently looked after dur- "
I know who I ?
you am
y w. "minute-man." The maximum allottedstrength men to enlist.I.I ing his absence. second to noneto I demanded the officer.
'of the regular standing
I "Can't say I do," drawled the pri.
'. Army today la 120,000 men, although ,I Agency Established 1886 vate.
tho actual strength is far
at present "
"I'm the colonel! he roared.
I below that figure; while the allotted J. R. DAVIS & CO. "By gum," said the recruit, "you
maximum strength of the National I
I'm "
are lucky only a private.

Y \and 45 year, is. the one sure solution.To a report received by the United
\ National Guard is
maintain the ,
: States Bureau of Education kept its
lot course, an expense to our Government 'TO
t'i il elementary school open free of chargeto THE
iF for "she equips every enlisted the neighboring rural children

I man with two full uniforms and all C. L. PEEK & SON during three summer months. The LOCAL MILITARY
assists. in
bother necessary equipment;
STUMP'S STORE I district furnished the trucks and the
;r I maintaining Armory facilities; pays normal school furnished the gasoline
him for, attendance at drills; and gives I and! drivers for transporting the I COMPANYCONGRATULATIONS\
I him a two weeks outing at the Annual I
isBargain REAL ESTATEI pupils.
\, Every Day Encampment at no expense to the manwhatever When this service was first extended
Government furnishing
I to the rural districts they looked ,
I transportation, housing, food, clothing and
Day upon it with distrust. Attendance was
I' j medical attention, and pay for optional. The misgivings rapidly
each and every day. Then there are
cleared away as is illustrated by the BEST WISHESfor
I the social and athletic functions car 'I growth in number of the
: I pupils alongone
Extends ried on by each unit, not to mention 'I i I of the bus lines. The load in-
congratulations exercise a
the value of the systematic
I DRUG STORE creased from six pupils the first dayto
to Company G for !given at drills; the instruction in 28 the second day, to 60 by the end Successful EncampmentStop
discipline of the fifth day.

its good record in the The pupils were classified on the
I Every National Guard unit will SERVICE COUNTSIn basis of needs as revealed by standard

spend at least two weeks in camp this tests. The regular rural course of at
past. I summer. The Florida National Guard study was pursued, each pupil begin-

will be encamped at Camp Johnston, The Army ning where he left off in the rural HOTEL MARION
near Jacksonville. Florida, from July school. The normal school was gladto
h 13th., to 27th. next. Get in touch withan extend this service since its sum
local unit, and learn and Business Life Starke
PI i officer of your mer students could thus see and get
the other attractive advantages con- experience with the type of pupils

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J. F. KICKLITER BIG SALE AT Established 1889 Phone 52 SEEDS, FEEDS,

County's CLEANINGand
Company G has our

PRODUCE GOINGTO Men of Company G Invited to InvestigateOur hearty support and

Enlist in Co. G CAMP Banking Facilities PRESSING Best Wishes <<

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JULY 4. 102t.

l**c,. ''bQ ---- -- -
s installed. I |yield of cotton this year if

.' f Newt tof Florida in Short Paragraphs Sam.'ttl-.Jack"um'i1ll' men seeking \ I CATARRH :, are t'uvmable. The cotton IVpFr

E E"""->-.-.umae....<..ii.......>..".....MmMn,.,.. ?,.?. .. ..-M....S,'-?,.., site for erection of modern hotel. fluonrotl Catnrrh by,In HALL'S CATARRH MI'DICINE: con-
Tampa-Work to start within 15 slate or fin Ointment ..1'1 I n give Quick was stripped In order to
Live State I Hi-llnf bv local' ','Kutlon. and the '
m ply the poison that since
New days on $3,000,000 Swann terminal IntornM Medicine' a Tonic, which act Mali rfCh511. and
L project. through tho Hlnml on thA Mucous Bur mont was applied ho has Tavtt.Colds and L*Grin*
faces and assists In ridding your System
MO far to find any cotton >
of Cntnrrh.Bold _
I Told by Our Exchanges. Lake Worth-Gulf Stream hotel to by druKRlntii' fop over 40 Tear. fasted where treated --- -

be completed and ready for occupancythis F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo. O. A. P. Spencer was here OUT ,OF SORTS?

i fall. end went out and inspected '

I Jacksonville-Mrs. Emma Benson 1 I 41, offered for sale on May 31. The t Leesburg Work Dixie The Radio Corporation of America the fields and seemed j

was awarded a verdict for $25,000 b y field agent recently employed by th I, on highwayI tins pioneered the way in making it pressed at the interest I .
from this .
city to Marion line
,,j jury in circuit court in a suit for thai trustees after an investigation, reported -I to start at once. county possible for radio to be as common in county in the efforts of .t Thin !SUrke Woman Wb

amount against the Jacksonville Trac in his opinion the land was I I the home as the sewing: machine or in trying to grow cotton, He ,' Tells Her Experience.

tion Company. worth $73: an acre. Another tract of: KissimmeeOsceola Development the phonograph. It was this organization Baker county was among '

132 acres in Palm Beach county was Company\ to build! $1.000,000 tourist which saved the United States counties of the state in I

''t I Cocoa claims to be the richest town held for not less than $150, an acre I1 I resort at Pine Island. Project Includes from foreign domination in the radio Florida method I I too often women accept theft
in the United
i States
I population con- against a bid of $25 an acre. new hotel golf course, club house, field '-IRRITATED and aohes as natural to their
sidered. The per capita wealth is $1- bathing beaches and pavilions. 1 They fall to realize that weal)

402. Two banks have nearly $3,000- West Palm Beach-Alton B. Carter, The New York legislature has defeated Get worse and worse the ', aru often to blamo t..r thai

I-1 000) on deposit. candidate for state railroad commis- Indianola Forty-acre tract fronting a bill creating a state Insur- let them go; Lcon.irdi'.i those headaches, dizzy spoilt

Washington-The Florida Western sioner in the recent primary, was ar- ; Little Sarasota Bay to be developed anal fund monoply. Another bill to' without Lotion cures pain in inlUmnution one day. tlmt tirvd depressed feeling.

and Northern railroad rested at Stuart twenty-five miles into "Venetian Gardens" subdiviSion create a mutual automobile owners'insurance ing. strengthening. Get have f,-und new health n4
won fight
miles at cost of $1,000QOO. corporation on a semtmonopollatic it makes At all by helping the weakened
before the interstate north of here, by R. C. Baker strong; eyes. "
commerce com- with Domi's Pills-a stimulamj
plan was also defeated.Many .
mission for authority to build a line of on instructions from officers here. lIe Palm Beach-Sugar in carload lots This Starke case is one

road from West Palm Beach across was brought back to West Palm starting to move from Palm Beach new boys' and girls' clubs A New York dispatch : '

the state of Florida. Beach and placed In jaiL Carter was county. organized in the schools during the Senator Ralston as a dark L. E. Miner Eighth dull. ache St,in snyst
was a severe, mj
arrested here last Sunday on a chargeof term just closed will be found among getting blacker every day. If I stooped, 1 could scarcely

Gainesville-John Henry Grace, 16 issuing worthless checks to a gar- Miami-Hard-surfaced road built I the exhibitors at the State and county Reporter-Star. ( I often lot up feeling

year old white boy, was found dead age at Delray. According to authori- from this city to Georgia line at St. fairs thus fall. Thousands of the members tired than before I went to bed
with a bullet hole in his head Monday ties here there are several other Mary's river.SarasotaTwo. working like Another Tampa :-; Pills from Turner's Drug
are Trojans during "
former Mayor Chas. It. cured mo of the attack.
morning in an empty box car at Archer charges against Carter. vacation
and we export to them
solid train loads of see builder. That's a greater ROc at ail dealers. Don't

investigate, and a coroner's the jury empaneled to Tampa"'. E. Rogers, local mail cattle shipped from this city in past win many prizes for the best pigs, than being re-elected Mayor. ) ask for a kidney remedy-irejl.
case. 11Is--th sane that Mrs
poultry, and 0
potatoes pumpkin
carrier was arrested! and placed in two months. I corn Tribune had. FosterMilburn Coo

Jacksonvill'A"dk;; to cost more jail[ following the shooting of his 16- calves and canned vegetables. Buffalo, N Y.
Okeechobee-Contract awarded It the members of
than 500.000: will be built at the Ford year-old brother-in-law, Millard at FI.Onm.IETIIOII: iVEEViLCONTROL : \
$161,000 for construction of 11 miles as they drank the
plant on the St. Johns river water Baughman, in an attempt to "scare"a THIEI IN I1AKF.II
of 22-mile gap in cross-state road No. soon again he wet ... lllsa alasolto
C. F. Bowman general man- friend who went out last night with
ageer of the plant told the Civitun his! young wife. Baughman is in a a w. County Agent Working With farmers news from the capital.mark.'D

Club at its weekly luncheon at Mason local hospital where physicians ex- Jay-Campaign launched for organization and Making Quite a Success Springs Leader.Now.we BlindingHeadaches

Hotel. pressed little hope for his recovery. ; : of local bank. la. Report. j know why the II

The shooting occurred about midnight win invented. Tho inventor
Macclenny. June
28.-Robert F.
Fensaoola-Struck on the head by a Groveland-Standard Oil
when Roger's wife came in with her
children and he wanted
rock during a sham-battle between build station. Ward, county agent who has been do-
I friend. Rogers fired in the air he storage
that would make him
negro and white youths Saturday ing work here for the past two "For about twenty y..ryh,
told officers to "scare" the visitor. _'ries. Tribune. Mr. P. A, well-
night Grover Sapp 12-year-old boy, LakelandPlans under way for month. in boll weevil control by the -Tampa Walker a.
The shot took effect in the back of citizen of N.wbure-,
died here. Four about erection of $100,000 theater. Florida method reports that the "
negro Baughman's head. Florida is the most ., 'on. of our family reme
his age are held in connection with Vero-Palmetto hotel to have 20- greater part of the cotton in Baker in the Union anti Arthur has been Ulack-Draught, ( v,.
I has been treated. He old reliable. I it
his death. I Gainesville John McDonald of county was prophecy of millions of us*
room addition. here the first of the state cold, biliousness, sour
May by to
Tampa, charged with robbery larcenyand tion is showing evidence of : and indigestion. I '
Kissimmee-The bond election for
conspiracy in connection with the Arcadia-R. s.w-openlng; up 30- help the cotton growers in any way true every day.-]Daytona \ .. subject to headaches !
paving eight miles more of the city'sIItreeh possible in control of weevils. lie has
High Springs payroll robbery on June acre subdivision. my liver would get out
involving about $350,000 ex- 15, in which the payroll for the At- endeavored to see each farmer who Detroit police arrest a order. I would liar

penditure on street improvementswas lantic Coast Line shopmen at that Fort Myers-$120,000 gas plant be- is growing cotton and, offer his assis who wrote poetry to ... I I noli' i n a headache and

carried by the overwhelming ratio point, amounting to $16,655, was taken ing built; work of laying mains to tance. Messrs Hountree Prevatt, anti An"| a lot of unimaginative\ / couldn't stoop go.about I my usdThedford's work,

of 16 to 1, only thirteen votes being 'I was rearrested here by officers on start soon. McGlamery gave their assistance during unappreciative bootleggers\ =
cast against the paving bonds. a second indictment returned against the time of treating, and in that enjoying their freedom; it's", '
Dade City-Work to start at once
DaytonaRepresented- by more I I him by the Alachua county grand $450,000 county road program.\ way they were with each cotton grower world.-Cleveland Plain! :I

i jury. The first indictment charged him during time of treatments. This
than fifty of the state's most beauti-I'
ful girls, twenty-two municipalities I I with robery and larceny. The second F.ndrlck-Cummer Lumber Company work: was to have commenced June C, DRAUGHT

have to date made entries in the all- : charged conspiracy and followed de- starting to build second lime but due to daily rains until the 11th -

Florida beauty contest, which will be 'velopments in which L. E. Nott, claim plant near present location. it was ,delayed. Rut they kept after it Take

the chief feature of the Halifax summer agent, and L. O. 'Webb special agent, until the greater part was finished. (It rellovcd! me. .
were indicted in connection with therobery' l\Iillml-Plpe line being laid to Ward report that the prospect "About eight' years ago my .
Frolics to be held Thursday Fri-
got down with liver and
artesian wells at Hialeah; work to be are favorable at present for a fair I '
day and Saturday. ( trouble. We tried n
completed by December 1. week to her but N
Gainesville-George II. Waddel 22, Lakeland-Roy L. Pollard engineeron To Stop a Cough Quick didn't heir any better. M

a bookkeeper, employed by the First the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Fort Lauderale-Work of deepen taken HAYES' HEALING HONEYS a Jay I said to the doctor, %:
was instantly killed, hero when an engine ing and widening north New River cough medicine which stop the cough by I bellcv I will try Black-
National Bank arrested here
was /)11'' which he wa piloting en routeto canal from this city to Lake Okoe- healing the Inflamed and irritated UHHUXS.A a ota I >\\'ht. it helps' my liver.' I'
a warrant charging embezzlement of box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE; said that I might try it
the local shops of the railroad from chobee to start this summer.GulfportContracts ,,,1 to follow I I directions. ;
.$1,313.01 of the banks funds. \VaH< SALVE for Chest Cold. head Colds and ta.aa ease was I
was said to have coifesue 1 to II. E.I Ft. Myers crashed into the rear end Croup I Is enclosed with every bottle of( I ." wan' naiifieiilod awl
totaling $22700 ,- HAYES' eat or rest. She 1 lr-
of a freight train. Conductor M. C. HEALING HONEY. The salvo
of ha
'Taylor president shortlyafter Thigpen and a fireman Sam to be awarded for city paving work. should he rubbed on the chest and throat! I: taking I lIIack-I>raupIt: .'
his arrest. Waddell came here negro In two .
1 of children suffering from a Cold or Croun days w s
Hardy who were on the engine, jumped a
from Georgia six months ago. Only those men holding public office Theh.slingle-et" of llayn1 Dueling llonry" In for the & Improved and In a
to safety. Just after entering the side the throat I miroblDfMl I with: the honlmit.oft"11 ul( she won up."
St. who, when casting their votes lirnvn i ()'PeD-'r..... Salvo timnulh the pores u.the Tryldack-Druught. It costs .
Augustine-Following a playful || Lakeland yards, at a curve the conductor skis
mm atop a eounb. Bewer of imitation. .
extravagance, be .
oppose re- .nl' rent. dove Sold' .
struggle between Leroy Thomas, 13- -and fireman saw a local train Doth rrmmllf*am perked'In one carton cod the the
1 and
elected. Unless the people pick rat of th.amilitiMi U genuine Oc 35c "" .,
men troatnuiDt 3ta. .?
year-old negro boy and his companion, I j[approaching and shouted to the engineer I Just ask << I age. bearing above trade :: ? a
whoRe record for honesty and sincerity your druggist for ItA YES' 14W
Otis Parsons, Thomas died and the I[ to jump. It Is believed that is HEALING HONEY. 9..e :7Ji, =LED>a C i1111I
unimpeachable unless elect
coroner's Jury rendered a verdict of Engineer Pollard thought he could ,
the best men to serve them, we shall ,
accidental death the attending physician -I avoid the collision by stopping and .
have more and more I
stating that the boy died from reversing his engine. It is said, the extravagance tz wr < .
and, bureaucratic government. i -tress:ar. -
tome organic trouble, not from the ef- )engine wan stopped and was about : (

fects of any blow received during the I ready to back to safety when hit by MUNS YOU CAN BfXIKtK; ; I\ 7gTOiBg

struggle I the train. After the collision the en- If your breath/ ia bad and you have Get: II

gine dashed backward, took a derail spella of swimming in the heal, poor
Lake City-The freeholders of this switch and a hundred, yards farther appetite, constipation and a general 110. I
place have approved the issuance of u'coimt filing\, it ia a sign your .liver. istorpid.
on plunged into a stop-block. J. Tho ono really dependable remedy l of tIme Out-of.Doors
bonds to provide for street paving for all disorders in tie, liver, stomach
that will cost approximately $300- FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIALREVIEW and liowpliiis j'crbini 11 net powerfully ,

000; extension of the sewerage! systemat nn the hoer, strengthens' / diirextion' ; I The' Touring: Carr
fie I the bowel, mid feeling
riwtorm a fine ;
a cost of $500,000 and Improve- .
Plant City-Osceola Fertilizer com- "jf energy vim and checrfulneiM. Price 295P
ments to the city's lighting system pany to build a large one-story ware. 60c. 1'01 IJ by

that will cost approximately $40,000. I house. All Drug StoresBeware P (u II V.I..ate

Nearly $2,000 also will be spent on U.ison..bl. Riess

the present water and light plant. I Sarasota-Sarasota Beach to be developed cud. '......, 111 urn
into high class resldental district k nI
Gainesville-Five negroes are held at cost of $2,000,000. I- ,

In jail here and one is out under bond

charged with robbing the post officeat New Smyrna- Contract awardedfor

Archer 14 miles south of Gaines construction of curb gutter and Buying CarsExcept

ville. The robbery was said to have storm drain in Central street.

been the work of an organized band of
Palm Beach county starts shipmentof
negroes, but according to officers who Florida's $1,000,000 pineapplecrop.

investigated, was accomplished by a ( New Cars from
small negro boy who was believed to

have been told what to do by the old- Ocala Chamber of Commerce Automobile Dealers 1 )

er negroes. backing plans for development of sure that your efficiency and your comfort this

Ocklawaha river to make water trans- summer have the help of that car you have always

Jacksonville high wind storm accompanied portation possible for this city. Unless the Party Selling You intended to buy. You know its value-you know
by a cloudburst swept up- -
on Eastport Saturday afternoon at Sarasota Approximately $1,000- the Car Delivers With It what an essential! aid it i is to a fuller activity, an easier

4:20 o'clock, taking as its toll two 000 to be spent building causeway an Official Certificate of life, more healthful hours out-of f-doors.

two" huge lumber and bridge from Cedar Point to LongBoat
lives and destroying
Title Issued by the State
sheds at the plant of the Brooks- Key. Comptroller Delay invites disappointment. Why wait? Buy now!

Sqanion; Lumber Company D. B. II il- l.imona-l\Iuck farm to be drained !lfo U711ItGfNnwem.
U lI1
liard white, 5-1. a workman at the .
for truck gardening. i
an'! prepared 't: i
( .
plant for the past five years, and John Law ke.Lil.s
THe Auto Theft requlree all
Henry Curtis, 20 negro were instantly Eustis Telephone company to motor vehicle' owned mad ep.rat.d In .....""" 'uu C.nr..tJAll < T"-Se40./O! .......s.......... I
tim- cable and Florida to .have Crtlflcat' of Title' print/. o. k, th,.." !
struck falling underground
killed when by install new
Inuid for ttwan. Upon **i* of motor
bers from the roof of one of the de- improve switchboard system. vehicle the TTU Certificate must bbassigned em THE MCAUEST AUTHORIZED I
molished buildings. with ear. PURCHASER I I. re. 1
Clearwater-$80.000( gas plant to mind by law to tranfr the cams te) .
of the lie name In 10 day. (See Forme f**
Tallahassee- The trustees both .aMlanment and op4leatlon e.etrae.f.e.e ;
Internal Improvement Fund turned A beck a* eertmoate.) Th.1ranNar *
down an offer of $25: an acre for 1 J.- Orov*'* Tasteless chill' Tonic reeinre coot S1.OO. 1 1
51 Energy: and Vitality by purifying and Qofl"t by a ear without reissMM
of land in township range
acres I Tut* Certificate (exeefX new are 4
Enriching the Blood. When you feel' its from dater. >. .
MOTHERS I strengthening, invigorating effect. see how VVM .... of' Cary the Heenae) taal 1
Watch for symptoms of worms In your it brings color to the cheek and bowit M GO". WITH CAR. wMaTi, May 1d
conk tX tvsnsf.rr.d b, __ d
f mew 49
children. Thee parasite are tho (great improve the appetite you will then .his ........ Cat e .OA.
destroyers of child We. 11 you have appreciate its true tonic value. I ;
think child baa worms act KRap MfjcOrlO VTMAiaffT. ON THE UNIVERSAL CAR'
reason to your Lute do*> or Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply/ VO 1w CARL it will H.<*> to rii.iim. f
the one s
cofyWhite's Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup So If. BUitea. A number ef' *tot_ eam I
two Cream Vermifuge.V onns M .
exist where this time-tried and pleasant even children like ItToe Wood record In CemptroUef* virie. ,Yo.s_con. _bey 0v.sed.lh..kMga.m.ll.. _dew"7.y.w./.sd.rr.s..Mg./,
cannot I IN bei."u. 0.s c. bare '''a Fo.d Wsbir Pvr."' PI.w' ,
successful remedy is usedIt drives out needs QULNINE to Purify it and IRON to I TMFwdd.5l.rlsywr./.hbors.odsetgI....,.._..... _At..."........."
the worms and rertorwthe rosy Sold o f Enrich: it. Destroys Malarial/ germs *nt Enkent Amos, OomptroOat \ ,
health to baby cheeks. Price 3 c by germs by Its Strengthening, In1gof.

All Drag Store t'13uag: Effect. 60c ?ALLAMA.S.1. P\.ONQA .

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FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1924w4

I'hopping in Starke Thursday.Mr. [line at Charleston, graduated June "The word pants am an uncommon
THE TROUBLE because pants can singularat
I In
: -- 11 I and Mrs. L. II. Futch of Lawte; 10th, was elected for a fellowship Johnnie, aged six, was one of those the top and plural at the bottom"
tV University
"""" >> visited the latter's parents, Mr. and in civ'l engineering at n/t cheivous little fellows spanked -
:. C.J&: .. f of North Carolina and expects t,1 enter / '
: Mrs P. A. Crosby Wednesday. frequently by mother. One day father Ashes to Ashes
there about the first of Septembe
w..A. eiJ ,; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks attendeto ambitioi came home in time to see Johnny with "Why don't you attend church?"
John is a very studious,
business in Graham Thursday. red eyes and cheeks. asked the minister. of the nonchnrch-
L. !' man and Is held in high esteei
Mr. Warren cl Georgia is here at : going man.
trouble h
(I by his many friends both in South "Well son, what Is the
tending to business. I "WeU, I'll tell you, sir. The first
------- asked.
Carolina and in his community her .
'liom>H ems 9 mid IOU | Mrs. Hogan Smith of Sampson visiI 1I 1- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padgett and children "Oh nothing in particular, pop, on- time I went to church they' thtew
ted her sister, Mrs. Osteen here Fridays with that wife water in my face, and the second tIme
I had
I returned with him-They had bee ly just a quarrel
I last week. they tied me to a woman I've had to
ENTERTAINED; i MILS: EASTMANENTERTAINS I to( Charleston to attend tne trrndual of yours and she spanked me. "
; SIRS. HOPPE T. J. Dukes of Five Mile attendee keep ever since.
I WORKERS exercises at the Citadel
S entertained I Ito business here Wednesday.Mrs. ing SYMPATHY "Yes," said the parson, "and the

( Mrs. Beasley charmingly bridge clul ;i Friday afternoon, from four to six, P. M. Barefoot of Starke vial Mrs. T. C. Chastian and son, Carl- It is not the gang which march behind i next time you go they'll throw dirt on
the Twentieth Century I Fri ton, of Daytona are the guest of Mr!'. dead but the I "
Thursday evening in honor of her JMr: L. H. Eastman, superintendent ted here sister. Mrs. Osteen here you when you're you
M E. Roberts mother of Mrs.: Chas- alive
one's who travel with while ,
of Tampa I of the home department of the Baptist you
sister, Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, day.Mr. ENOUGH IS A PLENTYA
decorated 1 schoolentertained the workersof and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Mr which counts. I
The rooms were attractively :' Sunday and children Mrs. J. E. of Tampa is i In alive bents magazine claims the following
of cut at her cosy horn and Mrs. P. S. Colson Perry, One kind word while ,
y'' with baskets and jardinieres her department farm in South
Call Street. visited Mr. Colaon's father Mr. Johr' Lake Butler visiting her daughtei, the music of a brass band, when you sign is posted on a

is flowers. on The veranda and living room were Colson in Lake City last week. I II I Mrs. N. E. Roberta, She wn cccom cannot hear it on your last ride. Georgia:
Several hand of bridge were played I' decorated with cut flowers( Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown motoredto panted by her brother, R. A. t'orry. "Trespassers will be presekuted to
i after which the hostess, assisted bj brightly I the'' ROBIN HOODS BAIRN the full extent of 2 mean mongrel
and Miss Jeannette <- and charming, proved a delightful I Friday. I The following members of at his sister's been
Little Wille
; her Ulster, Mrs. Hoppe, Jim Moitt of Worthington attendedto attended I angry dorgs which ain't never overly
this occasion.A I I Christian church at this pan -
Matthews served a refreshing hostess on sweetheart for kicking his dog, went soshibil with strangers and 1 dubbel
., business here Friday.U. .
devotional service led by Mrs. the convention held in Live Oak
salad course. to a friend, telling the story conclud- which ain't loaded withno
frozen V. Hazen motored to Starke I barlet shotgun
followed by discussion last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Oa-
Eastman was (
Mrs. Beagle ing with a threat to get square. Dam if I ain't tired
To her honor guest, sofy pillars.
for the work of the department Monday. borune. E. W. Miller, John Crews,
i of plans "
4 gave a beautiful set of hand- mbroid- and reports of work done. Candler Matheny of the U. of F, Chas Rivers, Metdames. U. S. Adkin: "What you going to do? asked the from this hel raisin' on my "proputy.

ed pillow cases Mrs. Nat Sternberg spent the week-end here with his other youngster
Many shut-ins and elderly people Lilly Richard and Miss Mary RlcharcMrs Getting Even
and Mr. G. M. Inman, holders of the I the brother M. P. Matheny. "Going to put quinine in sister'spowder
were presented will have been made happier through Lily Redan will spend a whil puff," was wise Willies an- "''"hen I'm a manbegan Robbie
highest scores and efforts of this department and the TIIERESSATheressa in Live Oak the guest of Mr. and Mri after a stormy I nterview with his
a swer.
linen handkerchiefs '
Sunday school lessons have been carried Richard one ot our old citizens wh father.

deck of cards, respectively.to Mrs. Inman A liner and into many homes where they are !' July 4.-Mrs. Albert Sullivan is beloved by many in this place. Mi. DUTIFUL "What will you do?" asked his

handkerchief went Mr studied and enjoyed. and little son returned to their and Mrs. Richard are in good healt "Pretty tough job weeding that mother.

'1 two packages of cigarettes t o At the close of the meeting the home here ''Sunday' after visiting and are real lively. corn patch. What sort of weeds are "I'll\ name my boy after papaandoh
consolation gifts.
Rawson Davis as hostess Invited her guests to the dm- relatives in Vero the past two weeks. Kasper Duncan and bride arrive easiest to kill?" asked young Tom- how 111 spank him!"

The invited guests included: Mes- ingroom where they were served dainty Charles Phillips was Chopping in this week. They will make their horn kins of Farmer Jones, as he watchedhim

dames N. Sternberg, F. F. Stump, sandwiches and fruit punch. Hampton Saturday. 'I here. They will teach at the Lake But at his work."Widow's I Pay your subscription now.

E. L. Biggs, R. J. Davis, C. C. Hoppe The active wo.ktrs i in the department Miss Gertie Swindell attended the ler High school the next term. weeds," replied the farm The Two Genders

G. M. Inman. Misses Mabel Weller besides Mrs. Enatrran, are: Mrs,. Union meeting at Graham Saturday.. er. You have only to say 'Wilt thou'
Jeannette and Florence Matthews, Scott, president of the Law Bible ilr. and Mrs H. E. Moore, and little Kasper is a highly esteemed young, and they wilt."-Good Hardware. Teacher-"Johnny" what are the

}(eSlre. N. Sternberg, F. F. Stump, Class, under which the home department daughter, Lynell, Mr. and Mrs E. man of our community and Mrs. Dun two genders?

E. L. Biggs, R. J. Davis, C. C. Hoppe, work is carried on, Mesdames S. Sibley, Miss Nealie Youngblood,,, I can ii a popular young lady oi,Geor Ethopian GrammarA Johnny-"Masculine and feminine.The .

G. M. Inman, and Joe Truby. J. F. Kickliter,' G. W. Bennett, 0. J. JessieOwsley and Elmer Powell mo- gia. Their host of friends wish then negro school teacher, accordingto masculines are divided into
much and happiness. is credited temperate: and intemperate and the
success the Boston Transcript,
Bennett Beach Saturday
N tored
Griffin, J. T. Quigley, G. to Hampton "
IN HONOR OF I and family visited with the following: feminine into frigid and torrid.
and G. W. Alderman. afternoon. i I Jessie Dowling
SIRS., Mrs. W. J. Stafford visited Mrs. ,I relatives in Lake City last Sunday,
4, was the color scheme, attractively !MERRY WORKERS Davis of Keystone Saturday.Mr they went driving through in their cai r. ""
i carried out, when Misses Jean- ENTERTAINED Joe Wallace of South Florida SASH BRICK, LIME

ttette and Florence Matthews enter Mrs. H. M. Snyder delightfully en- visited Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace Ten of the government's new flee DOORS LUMBER CEMENT
afternoon few days the past week, leaving of rum-chasers will\ be constructed In
tained at mah Jongg Friday tertained the Merry Workers sewing a
in honor of Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, oi club at the Peek cottage on Lake Saturday for his home. He was accompanied :I a Jacksonville ship yard. They will be< BUILDERS HARDWARE

Tampa Hanging baskets and jardin Kingsley Monday afternoon. The by his son, Thomas.Mr. I'175 feet long and constructed for lively;; SHERW1N. Everything 1

ieres of Australian sunflowers deco afternoon was passed in swimmingand and Mrs. Tim' Murphy are visiting work.-Florida Times-Union. WILLIAMS 1 for -.1"

rated the wide and spacious verandah sewing. Mrs: .Snyder served( a her parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. B'I It is now proposed----that the clock! : PAINT, r 't\ Building fKYANIZE
Small dishes of fancy candies wen Tress. ,
delicious chicken salad course. and
shall be wound by .
of the ra
1 placed on each table and dainty The following enjoyed this affair: Mrs. J. P. Padgett returned to her i VARNISHES Repairing
dio. It even be used to put out
cupid score cards with the words, Mesdames D. C. Jones, C. F. Sayles,,; home here Sunday after visiting her !I I the cat may and take in the morning milk CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

"Jt t Married on them were giver of Miami; J. H. Ritch W. E. Middleton daughter: Mrs. Henry Koon of Punta -Miami Daily News.

teach\>> player. F. H. Long, S. L. Peek J. L. Peek,,, Gor a. STARKE FLORIDA
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v\t the end of two tables of mahjongg R. O. Daniel, of Sarasota, Edward Mr. Claude May was visiting in "The bad curve in the road east of

? lovely refreshments of pineapple Burns, F. L. Turner, Joe Edwards, J,. Hampton Saturday evening.Mr. town has been straightened out, ;1 I

r' cream and pound cake were served R Davis, Mamie Garrls, J. M. Mitchelland and Mrs. L. L. Youngblood and :, see" -- ---- -

r Australian suflowers and asparagui E. S. Matthews. little sons visited Mr and Mrs. L G.1 I Yes, it was cheaper to do that than

fern tied with gold ribbon were giver Sibley of Putnan Hall Saturday.Mrs. to( build a hosital."- Ex. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
favors. BROOKER Gertrude Mann of Putnam
.; Hall is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hoppe made high score foi Brookcr July ".-Mr. and Mrs. A,. &. RITCH -
Mrs. 0. W. Hinson.
the afternoon and received a bottle of: E McKinney of Hampton visited I kJs1t ) REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

toilet water. Miss Hilda Struth was I their parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W.Hazen LAKE BUTLER INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,

given a bathing cap for consolation, for the weekend.Mr. ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
.The honoree receiveda handsome box: and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of Hampton Lake Butler, July 4..-Mr John n A FACE BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Padgett who has been a student at HER -- DRUGGIST'SI
of Kilt-edge motored here Sunday and were
Those playing mah jongg were: accompanied home by the latter's sis the Military College of South Caro- I FOfTTUNC! : MADE PROMPTLY"COULD

Mesdames Wyman J. E. Corpening E ter-in-law. Mrs. Gabrella Pinholster. _n___ u _-_ _ n__
M. Johns, A. W. Anderson, A. Z. Ad Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart, Mr. and 1 Light Turns Corner BETTER FERTILIZER BE HADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"
kins, O. L. Beaaley, R. J. Davis, Ed Mrs. R. T. Osteen. Misses Lottie and i
the honoree Before burin, get oar' n.w April prinUit of .s,'. "SIMON. PURX" ..* GKM
ward hums Sternsberg, Ruby Gainey attended the Union I
BRANDS" which k... b..n U. Standard .( Qulltr tar tlw put f.rty ,.... wttftriarid
Mrs. Hoppe, Misses Aileen Alvarez meeting at Graham Sunday. I rrown. Prlcw always right Quality niuldirad., not the ehopwt. but U>. list

and Hilda Struth. Mrs. Tom Baxter and children of I for ....01... Ale prieo a.t..f lufetldd... Spr.'.... Dust... tad Out. JIlt Al.a-
I I Grand Crossing are visiting Mr. and I nmo U now ready, wrlu .t one.
Mrs. J. D. Baxter for a while.A. E 0. Painter Fertilizer: Co. Jacksonville Fla
I .. A. Hazen Is visiting his brotherJ. I -
\ A jolly affair was the swimming D. Hazen in Sarasota this week.V. I ,'. ---

I I. patty given Saturday night at Lake V. Hazen who has been attending !- I

Kliitfsley by Mm. A. Z. Adkins and Nownan school of Telegraphy has I

! 'J Miss Hildii. Struth in honor of Miss returned home I I I

I Mabel Edward: house guest, Milts Quite a crowd from here attended II I I .
1 Mary Lowry, of Pultun', Georgia the Union meeting at Raiford Saturday

iiJ Afyer a refreshing" dip in the lake and Sunday. Among them being: I! "With all due-reverence, my boy, I

the young people enjoyed delicious T. B Pinholster, Mrs. G. B. Colson, /t i hink: our English custom at the tele-

picnic supper composed of fried chicken Mr. And Mrs P. S. Colson, Mrs. I. I phon.is better than saying 'Hello''

, olive, raisin and nut sandwiches, W. Pinholstcd, Misses 1Ianland Leila as you Americans do. We say: 'Are

: plikles, salad, stuffed eggs, ice teas \Mae\ Anderson. Nona Colson and i you there Then, of course, if you

; And cake Clara Cone ire not there there is no use going on
, I Misses Mabel Edwards, Kate and \Mr. and \Mrs\ M.[ P. \Matheny\ mo- I with the conversation

I Hilda Struth, Ethel Griffin, Jeanhette tored to Worthington Sunday.Mr. vooAe.a 11 ----------- .OII

. and Florence Matthews and the honoree Autuimn Youngblood of There !! .

Miss Mary Lowry Messrs. Harold sa attended to business here Wednes- Mass the
I, Edward S Ucrry, Lynn, ,
1 Wall, Laurie Edwards, Orville I man who dot sloped fused quarts to i
day.Mrs. I
GrlfTis, John Tye Carl Johns and Anna Murrhee of Starke .vial- such ilearnew that light heat and
Marcus: Brown were the ones attending I ted relatives here last week. violet rtiyf can be directed and made. 1.]
to. navel around a corner
this lovely party I Mr. and Mrs, T. C. Hazen were
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Y ----.1 Uncle John m
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: T Old Silas Perdue !" a sociable
| Where The Democrats Nominated Their Leaders
feller, and favorably knew as a

good story-teller On festive
occasions bo's sure to attend I JULY FoURTti

and certainly given. 'em as goodas

they send. He'll pick out the e
wt ..
feller that's glum as an owl and

tell him a :yarn that will set upa

howl,-There's many a by-word

that snaps from his tongue--the We tohelp I
are going
mlonlt he sees ye, bU freeUn' U .

sprung-a humorous bit. calkl- r

ated to stir ye-ter Instance he'll CelebrateINDEPENDENCE

ant "I* U hat enotigh. fer yet",

In the long summer months .

when she's hooted an' dry beglnuln' -
yS U 9 t y DAY
: t k ti e
Y' wall soy, with the Fourth

o' July-an' lastln' well Into the

shank of the fall old Silas alo'tIfroucl7

ocr crabblsh at all Bradford
He may sweat Uke a ambo: or County Bank
r 1Jf blister his DOCk, but he'll keep
all the neighbors a- mIlJD' by
to U.kI'! .< hot eno 41'fJr" yef
he'll wet every man and use bl.tanLanner Established 1889 II I
the same aa a fan. I
Sim Wentherby sea that they'll; "Bradford County's Fill'inclal
near It In toll the inbuilt SI
land. but-we"never can tell!

r I adt\ Stronghold"t

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The Ofmocrw National Convention in action at M.Jison Square Garden.; N. y sod in the midst ot one I II
of the hottest Convention fights since the days at Baltimore wb"n Woodrow Wilson w 7sm! Domlllated.If I I


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Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, 1\IIss ZIFF U made an evangelistic service, with from courthouse. See R. A. Greenat

Aileen Alvarez Master Bill Graham Courthouse ItpO,
I sermon and songs all bearing upon the
Mr. and Mrs Nat Sternberg anti children Ziff, July Livingston Rues of
Brooker was looking after business need of one's acceptance of Jesus as FOR RENT- Furnished -
Bits of LocalInlorniation spent Sunday at Kingsley lak!
here last week. Saviour. The sermon will be on a with largo I sleeping porch' all

W. M. Woumans, of Mitltown, Ga, I' Mrs. J. B. Thomas was shopping I ir theme that should interest every man, Modern convenience. Arranged! for

I has accepted the position of second I I Brooker Saturday. namely, "There is no Difference." two separate apartments. Mrs. S,
The who prides himself that he F. Ilamrick, S. Walnut St. It.
P. W. Lewis attended the Union
1 engineer at the city power plant and I I
Our People Business and meeting over at Graham is not as bad as his neighbor should I
Concerning >j is moving his family here this weel FOR\ SALK-A few thousand Arkansan -
) Miss Ollle, Orabelle and ClydeKclley feel himself especially invited. Everybody -
t Progress in the County and Town. V Missionary strawberry plants
attended the Union is
.., Mr. and Mrs. RaiforJ Epperson and meetingat $i.oo: per thousand. Apply to Dr.

little son, of St. Petersburg, came II Graham Sunday. ,I G. W. Brown, Lnwtcy, Fla 'T-4-4t
Mr. J. W. and P. W. Lewis
were '
Monday to visit Mr. Epperson's( parents -
motored to Jacksonville R. O. Daniel has returned to Sara in Brooker Saturday
Powell Carpenter Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. shopping % FOR SALE-Nice press peaches to
Sunday.A. sola after spending several days i In H. E. Thomas and wife and Mrs. rENT-A-WDRD can or eat. 7ft crates now ready.

Starke with relatives. Belle Thomas. passed through here Call or write E. M. Cowart, 4. miles

Z. Adklna and family have mov.: : I Miss Kate Stewart Butch of Quincy : Sunday enronte to Waldo. west of Lawtey on graded road, route
ed to Lake Kingsley. :Mr.: and !Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and i Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomas gavea one. It
and Miss Margarett Pomeroy, of
I family moved to their cottage at party Friday night in honor of COLUMNI
Jacksonville, arrived Wednesday tc .
LOST- Crush purchased from
lake their sister, Misa Ellen Howard.
M. F. Brown, of Tampa, was i In Kingsley Thursday. spend several days in Starke, the I Marshal. Fields, Chicago and bearing
who attended reported a good
week-end of Miss Mitchell FOR RENT-Furnished two room ,
Starke this house-guests Lucile their label. Return to this office. It.
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and SAMPSON: CITY apartment and garage. F. A. Scott. I

Mrs E. R. Nelf has returned from children and Mrs. O. J. Griffin motored The following are on a hO\l\ e-party If.FOR. \KOUNLK-l'uir ladies rimless ilouhlo ,

a visit in Jacksonville.Mrs. to Gainesville Tuesday. at Lake Kingiley: Miss Vivirettf'loyd Sampson City, July ".-Mr. and 1 Ions eye glasses, gold chain with
Mrs. Florence Powell Messrs Mrs. Jim Varnea and children ofWalJo i RENT-Office building next pin for fastening In hair. Clipping
M. J. Stone has returned to Yellow Homespun 10c a Jim Kickliter and George Flynn. Mr. spent Thursday here guests of Mr l door to Stansell'a store at 7-4-tf.depotsee from newspaper In case. Owner can
Mrs. E. H. Smith.
her home in Alachua. and Mrs. L. M. Grey are chaperon- and Mrs. Milliard Varnos.Mr. have same by calling at White's store,
yard at Sternberg's Sale. and! Mrs. L. and children for ad. It.
Ing. Morgan (FOR" RENT-8 room cottage, 1 block identifying. and paying
Rev. T. J. Hedges and family leave Mildred, Hazel and Brunei! of

for Arkansas this week. Mr. and Mrs:: G. W. Alderman and Mrs. George. Collins and daughter,, Brooker motored here and spent Sun- _.._. _._......u_.
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I family spent Sunday in Wilcox Jean, left Wednesday for Doctors Inlet jay, gurats of her sister, Mrs. W. H. au"--' .unmmrnIlNiilllJ

Miss Irma Johns, of Hampton, 1 Is: Mrs. Alderman's sister. where they will be members of a Smith.
visiting Miss Lucile Johns. house party. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varnes and chi[-

I Miss Jack Eastman, of Richmond, they will be members of a house Jren of Waldo and Miss Ethel Varnea Platen

Mrs. O. H. Dowling, of Sampson, Va., will arrive thia week to visit her arty. spent Sunday in Graham. Interchangeable

spent Tuesday with Mrs. Middleton. !sister, Mrs. Reginald Grey. I Misses Ednaral and Juanita Smith

Mr. and Mrs. A. Z.Adkins were and Leroy Waliden motored to I

Men's Union Suits 59c aSternberg's Mr. Lacy Kickliter and children r of: host and hostess at a lovely dinner Starke Saturday evening.
Sale Stuart are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. party given Friday evening in honorof Among those from here who attend-

F. Kickliter at Kingsley lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. Mr. and >d church at Graham Sunday were:

I Mrs. O. L. Beasley also enjoyed this I Mr. and !Mrs. C. P. Brown, Mr. and
'u Y
Mr. end Mrs. F. A. Scott spent I Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas and affair. Mrs. C. A. Johns, Mrs Crosby, Mrs.\
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn motored I lack and Misses Ednaral and
I, Mr. Lacy Kickliter, of Stuart, Goodgo
'to Jacksonville one day this week. Tuanita Smith.
and familyMr.
Sheriff W. J. Epperson
A. A. Durden, of Hampton, was -
business in Starke Tue I and Mrs Gedrge Anderson and I Misn Lucila Moore of Jacksonville
'i W. C. Jones, of Jacksonville, was Mr.! and Mr. Raiford Epperson and Is here on a visit with her sister Mrs
day I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim C. A. Johns. .
little son are upending days
of the L. C. Smith
Jones for several days last week. at Kingsley lake at tho Kingsley I Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Jones have One of the exclusive features
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lagergren have
Cal Park landing. I moved back here from Keystone & Bros typewriter is the interchangeable platen.
moved from the Chase Home on II
I Henry Blakely, who has been in tho I Heights.

Street. employment of Mitchell's Drug Store, Mrs. P. O. Carpenter of Newton, Mrs. A. P. Smith is seriously Ul at With the use of no tools except the fingers, platensof

has returned to his home in Waldo. H. Fields of Hunting this writing. Her many friends wish
Miss Louise Peek is visiting Misses X. C.. Mrs. J. I different degrees of( hardness can be inserted. Thereis
ton'pa., George Powell, of Newton: ,, her a speedy recovery.
i Louise and Fenella Snyder at Kings I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Middleton and N. C., and Miss Eva Powell accompanied ,V. J. Robinson, Joe S. Williams and the regular platen, the medium, the hard, and the

( ley lake. family, of Putnam Hall, spent' Sunday Mrs T. G. Carter to Cocoa, where sister Mamie motored to Nahunta, Ga. brass platen, depending upon the number of copies
with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mrs. Mrs. Carter resides. I last week and spent a few days guest
A daughter was born to Mr. and I desired.
at Judge and Mrs. W. M. Robinson
Mrs. Nick Thomas, Wednesday, the e I R. H. Barbour and little I
oi and other
Sidney F. ''Strickland, formerly and the la-
; 2nd inst. I 'daughter and Mrs. Angie Sternbert Starke but now in business at Webster I I T. C. Thomas and daughter, Oudla Then there is the card-writing platen

moved are spending' a while at Kingsley lake motored here Tuesday for a visit with Van of Palatka spent the week-end bel-writing platen.It .
E. S. Matthews and family
his sister, Mrs. E. W. Hayes and here guest of his mother-in-law, Mrs.
|to their cottage at Lake Kingslej I Misses Ruth Humphery, Elizabeth have of different degrees
I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strick. Josie Hall.BAPTIST I is economical to platens
|Thursday.Mrs. and Mollie Hardee, of Fernandina, an land of Lake. used
Kingsley soft which is
Jr CHURCH BULLETIN of hardness, because a platen,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, I I
Mary Wynn, of Charleston, 1 S1C. I with or two carbon
Wm. Moitt, who has been workingat The pastor has returned, and will for ordinary correspondence, one
., is visiting her brother, J. W. Andrews New line of Royal Society charge of the services on Sunday ribbons carbon on
I Lake Worth the past yearwas'1 have copies, is much easier on paper,

[ Sr. packages at Sternberg s. Starke Monday spending theday with next. The Bible school will meetat the mechanism of( the typewriter and on the nerves of

Brooker his sister, Mrs. P. E. Johns. He la or 9:45: a. m.. Prof. Wiggins, Supt.
Miss Virgin Weeks of, of Miss Haze, I Mrs. D. E. Knight has as guesti a two-week vacation and will spend Last Sunday a number of the children the operator, as well as being much more quiet.It .
the house guest
this _week, her sister, Mrs. Charles part of it in the West. ; gave a splendid program at Graham,
Middleton. Larsen, and son, Charles, Jr, of Lake which was enjoyed by a full house. is a great advantage, therefore, to be able to takeout

Powell Carpenter. John Powell and and. Mesdames W. I. Griffin and S. S. Divine worship at 11:00, when Dr. a hard platen, after it has been used for a special 1
Milligan and two children of Montgomery will the third sermon
Bullen preseent
I Frank Carpenter iipent Sunday at I Mrs.: J. L. Brooks and children left Ala., and T. A. Pack, ol on the Lord's Prayer, the topic being purpose, and insert the softer platen (for regular work.

i Pablo Beach. Wednesday for Oklahoma where they; Haines City, who fa a brother to Mesdames "The Heavenly Name. At this service "

I,will be the guests of her sister. Mrs Griffin and Milligan, are visiting the ordinances of Baptism and the Ask (for folder "Many in One. ,

Good work shirts for 75c at ,Vickers. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. T. N Lord's Supper will be observed. All

Sternberg's Sale.Mr. Limbaugh.Mr. 'members are requested to be in at-
I. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr., tendance. L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.

and Mrs G. C. White and Mt Misses] Florence, Elizabeth, and Leila and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr., The Young People's meetings hold

Will Wainwright; motored to Tallahassee I Pea Andrews motored to Gainesville motored to Jacksonville Friday by the in tho evening, from 7:00: to 8-flO: Executive Office ? SYRACUSE N. Y.

Friday. .Sunday. way of Highland. Mr. Andrews say followed by the evening service. This
thin road Is being'rapidly brought Into 120 West Adams Street Jacksonville Florida

Mrs A. Z. Acikms will go to Gainesville Royal Society Embroidery 'good! shape and shortens the distance Colds Cause Urlp end InlluoninIAXATTVB
Tuesday to sing at the Rotary some thirteen miles over tin PROMO OU1NINE:TtblotJ rernnv titciatt
next thread 3 for 1 10c at Sternberg's'Sale. ? Then.. only' one "'t'.nw Qulum.K ..
luncheon.S. Macclenny route. WO1CV'. 0"1, 3t., ,Itliai01Qal1Qm Dll1mmmmmmmm r.'It mmmmmmmllJ1I7I1JC1'IICJIDClmmmmmmlDlllmmmmmmm JIIJJ(! ptfl

and family are spendim Supt. Wiggins and family, Mr nn<
R. Johns I
Mr. anil' Mrs. J. L. Briggs and son, -- _,I __ _-_ : -, .
a while at the Ed Canova cottage. aKinsley Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and, family, Oscar -
John, of Jacksonville, will spend! Sunday I r
lake.Mesdnmes Andrews and family and Dr. and Mrs I
I at Kingsley lake with Jlr. and J. J. Bullen and. family attended thi I I

Mary Edwards, Will !\Ill!. A. Z. Adkins. Union meeting of the New River Baptist I II

Edwards and J. L. Driggs motored assistant State Hitch Association Sunday. The Sunbeam I I
L. K. Cannon
Wednesday morn Band composed of twenty-five children -
over from Lawtey engineer, and M. P. Philips, division I II I
I way of Starke, put on the program
ing. hereon
engineer, of Lake City, were
for this day.'Among I II
business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children I Ii

of Guines lle, were vision 1i those recently registered al I
and MisiCl
here this week i Mrs. James Shephnrd the Hotel Marion, are: A. T. McNeal, i !
I Mae Shephard have E. I
Ipra W. E. Boulware, M. A. Sprlell C.
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and family, of from Cartow where they have been Jones, Mr. an,1Ir: W. C. Mandee, I :

Brooker, motored here for the day one visiting Mr. Shephard. W. M. Jopling, Ge,). William. J. J. I

day last week. I Holmes, J. A. Cormier, A. W. Bunn, I I
HoltzendorfMr. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer J. McCalhatten: E. A. Brooks, and I --

Mrs. Robert Tanner, of Baldwin i i Is and MM. Reginald Grey and Mr H. A. Hall, of Jacksonville; Rev T. O

pending a few days with her sistei,, and Mrs. Jack Adam spent last week Shaw, Mcintosh; J. P. Rucco, I'alutka; I

Mrs. L. E. :Miner. I end at Lake Kingsley.Mr. :M. McQueen. W. H. Griffin, Atlanta;; Ii i I

I W. A. McKey, Plant City; L Lowr ey,, I II
Miss Epperson has returned horn, and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe returnee C. L. Weir, Giles Fowler, M. B. Hei- I II

extended visit to St. Peteri." 'Sunday to their home In Tampa. berger, Gainesville; Jos. Hersmer St.

a berg u-r and an i>....)w. I Orville Griffin and John Tye motored Peternburg; R. G. Griffin, Rome, Ga.,; I :

to Gainesville t Friday night.__ S. C. Yaren W. D. Miltonjr. Lake .

Mr. and Mrs. Collins and little I of City. N. A. Hodges Wilson N. C. I
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weekend G. II. Blackmon, pecan expert .
daughter, Jean, pent the past Mondaj
in Starke ;
Gainesville, was FIRST
in looking! over some of the fine pecan

groves through this section. De grateful for work and happy in it. /
The Biq Sale lasts one more'i I

week at Sternsberg'sDr. Sirs C. W. Chalker and little sons, 666'I. I SECOND: I

and Bill have gone to :'oi,1! Frazee, the eye specialist wil I 'John to visit Mr. Chatter's parents, U I a prescription for Malaria, Chills I Spend less than you make and save the difference.THIRD '
office and Fever, Dengue er Bilious Fever.It .
at Dr. Parks' G. A. Chalker,_ Sr.
be in Starke :Mr.: and Mrs.
'I .
Saturday July 5th. I kill the ftrcns.COFFINS I :

Mrs. Eva King and children hav,, i Hugh Messrs.Brownlee James William Jr., and Brownlee Joseph ...,..............-- I Either through a saving account or safe investments. let

returned with Mr. King to their home,, I Thomas have returned home from a &: CASKETS : your money work for you. I

in Vienna, Georgia.Dr. Boy Scout camp in. St. Augustine
Aa4 a F.J1 tin W
Carrodine ane.I U"J e'lelere' S.ppfiu I ; .
and Mrs. J. H. I With every $1 purchase yot '01
of Lawtey, wet. InHater live in peaceful plentifulness. "
Rembert Carrodine, jet a chance on the Big Dol1. AUTOMOBILE BEABSBAlwaya ; years

in Starke Thursday. Sternberg's windows. w hand. The beat M*. G .

See *. at UM __..t price SpUl *- I BANK OF STARKE .
;Mrs J. M. Brownlee and childrei". The following party spent from Fri'day .&t.. .. .. toUcraph *r> I ", -
and Mrs. W. L. Wall spent last week in the Rob Richard sea lteJ(1der" EM"I_.c.DeWITT *

end at Kingsley lake. I cottage to Sunday at Kingsley lake: !i8Selt'Mary : The Bank of Helpful Service

Avery, Dorothy Richard, Eliza C. JONES I
Mr. Larsen, who Is a prominen and Dorothy Single. FLA
b eth .It
ar"Si'l4 t
will ..
business man of visit here with rela. I any, :Mr. and :Mri. Rob Richard; and ......'-' ...-...... --- -
soot for a short --- -
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r.---- .. .. .. .. HEALTH dress. In all ages they had the extremes Union county attended the party here SEABOARD TIME TABLE
PERFECT (In effect May 11 1924))
Trib- ,
'' just as today-Tampa Friday evening.I
futt'l Pith fcera the Breton In .perfect. I'
I ado ..ulat. tho bowel. and produce I''une. Jessie Dowling of Lake Butler visited SouthboundNo. -

FARMERS and FARMING A VIGOROUS>> BODYA I RIVER friends here last week. 1 reaches Starke at 11.33 p. m.

cormlga romody lor sick beadachTutrSTpiiis. NEW Misses Minnie and Rosa 'No.3, 11:02 a. mend

-- I Par- No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
-- --- -- New River, June 27-Norman RicharJ Ellington motored to

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE rmh and Johnie Douglass of Pine Hill Starke Saturday. No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. m.
AUriCl.KS OF FARM EM'ERIENCES AND lIE'rUODSOUND were visitors here Saturday p. m. I Northbound-

r'r TJ UE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. I age. Growers in Lake wi\l--hvea\ I W. M. Hodges and family were ROUT RHEUMATISM No. 2 reaches Starke 6:08 a. In.

1 -- --- fancy grade of fruit to offer the market visitors to Ziff Sunday. No more stiff joints no more stabs No. 4, 4:26: p. m.
t ,-. --- --- --- ---- --- thin winter.OsceolaTwo. i in the muscles, no more aching pains No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
i fish\h
I DO NOT LET CHICKENS reasonable rates. Among those who attended the from rheumatism. Sounds too good No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m.

&DIE VVIIH COLDS ROUP. --- citrus meetings were fry at Long Bridge Thursday were to be true but it Is true. Wannee Branch-

SOREHEAD AND CANKER CULTURE STRAWBERRIES I held in the county this week. The I i; Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Johns and ,soon LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m.
THE BLOOD rheumatism
TOLD IN NEW BULLETIN deal of inter- L. J. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. cure your
t+ I !growers. showed a great enable you to move around No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.
At this season of the year colds, cut in the talks by Messrs HiatJ, De- Jr. O. Rivers, C. C. Johns, Mrs. M. with perfect freedom, make you T. J. GRIFFIN,

Toup, sorehead, and canker, which "Strawberry Production in Florida"ia ,I Rusk and Kime. T. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Dow- feel like a new person. It drives Agent.

V '. are allied common poultry dWaaes, \ the title of Bulletin 40, of the Agri- ling of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. the poison from the system. Don't

ore usually\ present among I'lorida cultural Extension Division of the ONE IN TEN Hodges and family and Richard wait but try it now. You will feel Habitual Coontioarton Cured

chickens. Colds, aa a'' rule, are forerunners Florida College of Agriculture, which Neglecting A littlo wound, cut or abrasion Ellington of Starke.J. the results. almost with the first {In 14 to 21 Day
la just off the press. Strawberries fig of the icoh may in nine caws out often dose. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN Is
1; of advance Btages of roup. cause no peat suffering or inconvenience -I E. Adkins and son, Grafton, LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR a specially-
in Florida prepared Tonic-Laxa'Jve
agriculture Syrup for
prominently Habitua1!
canker of the eye of ,-nouth, or sore ure but it is the! one case in ten that motored to Starke Saturday. THE BLOOD strengthens and in. Constipation. It relieves

head. and from this bulletin one can causes blood poisoning, lockjaw or a''_ Miss Sadie Parnell of Jacksonville vigorates tones and stimulates the should be taken regularly for promptly 14 to 21 days but
get the latest information on planting, chronic festering sore. The cheapcnt, I whole system Insist on LEON-
To check and control there trouble of friends and relativeshere to Induce regular It Stimulates and
the guest
cultivating, mulching, fertilizing, and safest! and bent course in to disinfect thowound was ARDI'S ELIXIR in the yellow Pleas .*
some dmeaueit, Prof. 11 H. Landden, last week. Feg'ilotcs. Very to Tak 60c
with liorozone and
liquid apply package. At all druggists.
the bottle.
other phases of growing ocr
Extension Poultryman of the Florida ; crop. the Itorozono Powder to comploto the I Mack (Hough of Clayno and Misses

College of Agriculture, says that I Every step! from soil preparation to healing!; promts. Price (liquid) 80e, 60o Thelma Parker and Sadie Parnell .

should first be picking, packing and harvesting Is and $1.2(>. Powder 80o and 60ei Sold by ; NOTICE
measures U hon-by Ivenon thnt
preventative motored to Starke Sunday. ilnerlbnl '
l..Arlv. in the '
anti 4thdayllof
> moat
discussed < cases ALL DRUGSTORES FIMTilON\iTvlN beln.. saiddmonthblbefore
.n the .
avoiding ------0
Cleanliness overcrowding
employed. and Thelma Brannen
I Misses Inez In Bradford county State of !
t-' In hot boxes, and providing I' illustrated by pictures. Varieties best THE MODERN: GIRL I nnd Rosa Johns and Messrs. Joe McKinney si be .,....... .s.-.irjswai-.rdu'for taxes M opposite Florida the.Ms together much .thereof with. the.
runners or advance Htpges of rnupi suited to Florida conditions are rec I and Raymond Johns were such E. W. Tex, Collector.

employed in hot boxer, and providing ommended. Special emphasis is givento Those who have observed that the visitors to Hampton Beach Sunday
II the kind and amount of fertilizers 1J..iDllon ._ac.2. R. A. Owner TaceaAll .
1 dry shelter are among the things that average girl today is healthy, pretty I afternoon. .:.._ .

ho recommenda.'s I used. The fact that an extension of and trained for work require no defense Earnest McKinney of Sampson City SWv, of NE%, S ot Rlver--33 5 19 20 R. T. Taylor __._.___._._._.__. .89
the out-of-state market will make it SU SE's NEV, a Nt4 ofEt
Professor Lansden gives the following of the modern young woman. visited friends here Monday. .! ......._........_. 1 7 19 10fl n. R. Colaun ...__.__._. ____ 81.411
as a good remedy for preventingand easily possible to profitably increaseFlorida's Still there are some who misled by the Misses Alphie and Iva Hodges and W\o.r EI" of 01 NE NW'' a NW'4 ot AW. ._ I 7 18 130 C. M. A..dNW. ______.__.?__.... 87.80
and the I
: treating these diseases: "As a I strawberry acreage excess of talk about flappers have the Richard Elleington motored to Brook- sw'l of !4E'/----------------5 j; 7 19 fen J. V. f.a.do, __...____-_.___ 49.89

preventative give about one pound oftF' requests of the farmers bulletin for contains such amply information notion that the average of the girls of er Sunday afternoon. 1 NEf\IoorF t4 NE4y _::::::::::::n 7 7 390 19 s0 D.A: M.G: M.Iphun Gowen --:::::::::::::=: 12.79:
adult fowl For as today is not high in former W'' 01 NEB' i a E'y' of NWr,4 A .
to 100 growing as as of
sulphur Misses C and Gladys Crews .
son SW', of NWH .____._.__.___. 7 19
written. 200 Unknown _
justify it being I ________,__.___
chicks use about one-half this times. They should be roused to a 8E'. of NEt:< ___..___.___._....14 7 19 40 Unknown ..._.__._____.__ 62.17
amount. Mix the sulpher thoroughly Tha bulletin is edited by district broader view by the virorous statement Sw, of S'oj. 01' SWlj _..____.._._ 8 20 BO W. Eo y..borroullh ____.___.__ 111.20
E. W. Jenkins and agent I S'" of sw of SEt,, _..__.____._86 II 20 20 1If. C. RauleNon .______.._.____ 8.8
t" with about the amount of a dry mash, agent county just made by Dr. Katherine D. Manion A LAZY LIVER INE44 I NWV' :/ : .'& : NE'' ; of NW'1 e 20 80 M. C. Raule..on ..__._____.___ 2U8I
free all i.4
U. T. Kelley. A copy can be had 8E'/y of
such ng corn meal, bran, or aborts retiring president of the National I S uf ...aol' _______.. 1 8 20 B2
---0000 00 O. B. Moody ____..__._________
that the fowls will clean up In ten. upon request to the Agrisultural Ex- Medical Women's Association, at a SLOWS YOU UPFor "E'! "f I'E', ----.--____.____.....to 8 20 40 M. J. 8.pp ------..--_._____._. 12.81 U.BII
Nt4 of SEV4 of \ a
Gainesville. Ask for NW\4 EY.s. of
tension Division '
minutes. Moisten 'his ..ith water or' meeting held in Chicago by that body SWI% a all SW'", of SE S ot

milk until it is a crumbly mass, end Bulletin 40. In conjunction with the American an effective gentle, nat mill. branch ----------_.....__ I 20 120 R..r. Sam _..___.._.._.___.___ 811.811
ural regulator, take W... of SW'. .______ ... a 20
--------- 80 M. J. S.PP _._____..____ 24.18
I-? feed In the morning I L".f >-<' lily have' lbe Qlalntoe"t: Dot Mot Ailed TH- toed Medical Association. Speaking of the DR. G. B. WILLIAM'S' Com a run at NW 8 220.,or ydo of NWy4 to wire of NEI4 f.no.then. .

{ had access to any other feed. The 9ne'tuae of 'c and laxMlve effect. L*.XATIV. young women of today, Dr. Manion E toM.Klnno" branch '
give about one-half M'b.crm (Tablet) can be taken said: LIVER AND KIDNEY PILLS thence N along .ahl branch to see
following morning by anyone :without eou.fa4nervouiine.fl' or r'nAlnl They correct Indigestion biliousness Ilne. thence W on ..101 line to heyl2 a 20 211 JotI Hodges .__..._._._.____ 10.115
to one pound (to a hundred( chicks, ) of 'at I ml CKOVtSaliMatureouupx &.,. "The modern girl Is the healthiest, Com .t SW eor of NW\ of NE',,
liver and kidney a run 220 yule to wlr. tone.
epsom salts in .he same manner, d.sftjivng ; EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYAGENTS' happiest girl the world ever has complaint. Do not gripe or ... : to McKinney branch:

the sats: In water to be uaed known, and I wouldn't exchange the thence 8 along said branch to S
REPORTS sicken.At line of of .
NE'4 NEt4 thence W
fr moistening .> mash feed modern flapper, as you call her, for Your' DramriM.. to beg ____ ._....__..
6 20
> 211
r Fun Directions paekaeaI ------ ---- 1If. L. Caws ____..____________ 111.53
other R"onCEeery' All NE''. "f SELL E of branch ..12 a 2n 20 I.. L. Johna .._.___.___ _.
Dade other
Repeat both of the treatments every Pasco -The Kiwanis Club of any girl of any time. I ? 8."
SI'Iof: NWII __________..
----- -- 8 20 40 M. L. Crow. _._-.___.___...-__ ta.8\
4.. two weeks from July to December.: City is very much interested in a plan The girl of today who swims, 2ScCalomel Swv 0: S 20 40 Hodg
4--:1: :
NWtt. : : : : 200 'C: : Sapp .._:::::::::::::::: gU:
In addition to this put one tablespoon that will help the farmers to get playa golf, bobs her hair, goes without N1.I, of NEL 89111'less 4 a In SE cor __14 S 20 78 n. J. Sapp .____u__..__._.___ 2418/
of kerosene in the drinking water their truck crops on the market in corsets, wears flat heels and takes .All NE'4 i s, u of, of loo. -nag----...S_.__ot_.__New__._16 d 20 40 Samuel W. Brown _.___.____ U.8

s occasionally. The oil will cover the carload lots, instead of express shipments ; long hikes is something to be mighty I River __..__._.._..........._19 II 2n 28 W. W. Cummor ....__...____._. 11.19
: of." SEI,. of SEt4, --____--_--__..___._ 6 20 40 L. L. Johns ..________..-_.___ 12.31
top surface of the w ter. This week we are trying to proud is fAll SE%' a 5of 8W18

"Another good remedy is: Dissolve secure pledges for truck crops to the It might be added that the girls of I aDangerous 1 So'1'k..:!,. -_-._-u--.-_--._-----.11 2n 911 W. W. C..mmer ______.._m_._ l17.Jt
5W14 01 flW'4' ___.___.._...._.__ 8 2n .
40 L. L. Joh. _.._.__.__ _
r ,, one-fourth of a pouri.l of copper, amount of 500 acres. If this is a success 'today probably do more work than I SE41: of NE'1 ------.-_.______..._ 6 20 40 Johnson K..lley __u._--_---__12.8t 15.28

first Into n small} pan of .hot water, ; we will have buyers here this fall, (those of any other time; fpr the reason DrugNext I SW N''.... 01 nl NF.NEti, ..of SE'y of--_SE___---28. .. 8 20 100 J. B. a 11. J. Kelley _____._ 80.n
and than pour this Ado five gallons of and a loading platform which will enable that the modern world has B'" 01 NWI4 Ex 1 a In NE cor forch..b u

_..________.__ 41 20 79 Geo. ____.___ .
------ xell.r tat _. ._ _
cold. water nnj then ndl one-half us to get better prices and shipin brought more occupations suitable to NL'. of SWI!. ______..._._._.__...25 41 an 80 Fruler Kelloy __._____.____24.111 21,48
of ftulprurli t.cld. Draw some carload lots. them. Nor are all those called flappersto SL4 of NE'of "- ---------. 20 20 Joseph Strrlck.' 8.88
ounce Dose may Salivate You Lot A of hit, 16 in D4ew River ::::25 : 20 Jeeate Mntthewa '_ -:::::::::::: 6.42:
of this notation off into a small vessel be thought of as light, flippant Lola 4nf blk) U In New River _.28 8 20 B. J. S..pp __...__.__._____._.. 1.63
Walton-We are making good ship Loosen Teeth or Lota 10-12 ot bib 27 In New Rlv.23.
(quart can will do) and dip the creatures; certainly not as being immoral ..r ._____________ 24 II
--------- 20 Unknown __ .
ments of June blueberries at a fine RheumatismCalomel -- -- --- -- 1.8'
head of the chickens In It holding Of course there are extremes NE'; 01 SWII Ex 1 a In NW cor
Our fine of peaches is I for .honl --------______--_- II 20 89 Wallace Nedd __._ _________
t'the heads under, long enough to force price. crop al.//among them, as in all classes and in flEll of SEll -------______________ 5 ao 40 E. W. Edwa.d. _.._-___._____.. t.81 12.S1:
so selling at a splendid price. We An unI."hIPd 8 ,I-nlnlh" In..t In
slightly. Usuallyone all But class should be quicksilver. It
them to strangle periods. no is mercury; I the foInwlnc) d..rlh" .
is sufficient the best prospects for a corn crop that I crashes into sour bile like dynamite, towlt The SWt of I'TO"ly
or two Clippings judged as a whole by the few In it i ; NE a NWI.A .

Give them this water to drink amt, we have had in many years in Wal- who may be unfortunate. However, cramping attacks! the and bones sickening and should you never Calomel be : U I\.j'\ 94 5w'(, ',ni'th'-l; ---':;;t28 a 20 240 S. N. Johna Sr. Fit __._.__.2UI

r do not let them have access to any ton county. I the worst flappers of today could not put into your system I I In Inwlt the follnwlny NFIE'J: ....'!.rll'of.,)NW'1 property a-

I other. In the case of colds. and slight Okcechobee-Unaprayed watermelon possibly be inveigled against more If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated INW'i I ofSEI, "_______________.29 II 20 28n S. N. Johna S. Fat _.___.___. 85.711
}11 sorehead this treatment for six to I severely than were their sisters of and all knocked out, just go to '. SF.---------------------: 2D 8 2n 40 L. L. Johna _________.______._ 18.11
vines are dying while the sprayed your druggist! and, get a bottle ot Dp : ten days will effect a cure. vines are still green :The aphis situation ancient times. Liver Tone for a few cents whichis ,RFC W'' :' ; of of NI': dof a .' of a SFU __33 8 ao SO D. J. O. Green ._____._.____. a5.BII

j I "Do not add sulphuric acid to hot is this county is apparently not Cato the Censor had his troubles a harmless vegetable substitute for .W. aWNWNENW":E'w f":> _N14of _-_ 83 8 2n 8110 J. T. Raves ..'-'__._ ..__._116.10 .
and do not permit the free with them, and the Bible also has dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful andif W' V, SW'4 _.84 II 20 120 Sol"ala fI..rl.k .__--_______ .
copperas, alarming. Farmers contemplating NF.V ____ _._ ___.
are it doesn't start liver andstraighten 00 ... .__.84 8 2n 180 Frank Murph .__ __.__ 47.91
t 'pperanand acid to some in contact, ordering their fall seed. We are plan- many commentaries on their dress better your and S''., of S'4 01 SWI5 of NWLi .._.84 41 2n 10 Ura Johno .._____.U"..._.___.'_ 8.42
i you up quicker NWV __. _... .. '
and I ------2 7 20 ISO T..ao Williams __.___.._. ._ 40.43
dissolve the and, conduct. What modern --
first copperas ning to get the best seed available. flapper than nasty calomel and, without makingyou All FxoIN of NWI4 7 PO 600 H. S. Warren 87
then add the acid us directed above." could act in a more flippant manner sick, ;you just go back and get ;jour ''', ,of; N NR;' t.o.a a BEll NFV, .of..niW'W a: : 7 20 80 Henry Shaw _- :::::::::::::::: P6.Be '

t Brevard-Some large tomato growers than the daughters who were haughty, money. (is'E', of SV91'i a SW' of 8Et. __ 4 7 211 240 M... Mary B. Thomas __..__._ 8\.117 !
ALL HOUND 1'ROr.RAM: FORCKNKKAL from' Miami are intending to plant and walked with stretched-furth necks Don't take calomel I It makes you I S'of'! n..4 of Iota 7 a 8 .___..----7 7 20 411 L. M. Waters __u____.__.___._ 19.110 i
sick the next day ; it tones a day'swork. LotI Ex It a In SEeor A N\.ia ot
i ; ,I'ARMElt AT STATE ( probably as much as a thousand acres and wanton eyes, walking and minc- Dodann'a Liver Tone you straightens lot 12 _______....__________.._. T T ao 118 A. A. Halen .. 88.88 )
-- ------ -------
l1NIYEJSn'yIUH.ItS': WEEK I1'he I' I II'' of lot 12 Es:, hot MO It EaWby
west of Titusville. Progressive fruit ing as they went and making a tinkling you right/ up and you feel great. No 210' ft N 4 8 In SW e.r ___on' T 20 40 a. C. B""m ....____.___...._.__ 28.18 I
i men are either sra ing or dusting to of alts necessary Give it to the children i NW' NE'of SW 44 Ea 1 a inSE
livstock > with their feet ? The rest the :
farm crops and program because it is perfectly harmless and cannot for school _.__....__._. 8 7 It1tIt/ \ A. B. Shaw ._.___ ____.____ 64021
of the Farmers' and Fruit control the rust mites.HillsboroTtmatoes. chapter also has much to say of their salivate NWL of flWI/. ___000000______ 8 7. 20 41) A. A. Hazen __._._.000_._______._ n.2t
I SEll 01 IIE4, __ ____.____'__ II 7 20 41)
John C. Cons _.._______..____ 19.111)
Growers' Week at the University of are still lead- --- N'.. of BW', "f SW" Er E s a __ I 7 2n 11 O. M. 0"11I" -______._.___ .__ 16.:18:
11-16 will be brim Lot 12 of blk I In Ward City _____._ 8 7 20 lIln.ham Ward, _____ -._-.__ 1.09
Florldii, August 'I jng!\ Okra, eggplants\ and lima beans I.ot 19.20-21 of hlk 8 In Word ('It,_ 8 T 20 Main. Seal Co. ______uh._____.__ 11.80
full ofadvice, suggestions!\ and information I''' I 1"" I I I '. r., ul f LoG 1-2.3-4 01 blk 18 Irt Ward

of special interest to the' are per coming cent of in these good products! quantities.are A sold large in iI'1: !,;' i IIII i., I I JJJ{ W City 1\1I\ i-------------------------- 8 7 20 H. P. Cal..eS' ___.__.___._..__-_ 19.80

stockman. C'lly I 7 20 De. A. E. ____ '
I, general farmer and near-by city markets. Most of the express I'' Lots 6.--------------------------. Russell ___. .__ 7.10

a Results the obtained Florida through Experiment experiments Station shipments are being consignedto II I.nt CIty I of an--------------------------27 In Ward City .... : J :g Mre.a. V.Mille An' rewa Calney_ _:::::::::::: 1 ::1g

on southern states. iiiK I )Police All blk 21 Ex lot 7 In Ward Clt,,_. S T 20 Dloxham Ward .___......00__ 8.07
And practical /farm operations I ... Coco nt NE aor of J. A. Ahbottareeldence
aaaaaaaaaaaPolk lot a ran, E 75 It 8 24n .
will be thoroughly dUcusvcd. Farmerscan -Assisted in holding citrus ft W J ft N' 240 ft to beg 1 In 8E14

: Q of --_-_--.--_- -_ 8 7 21) O. M. __ __._..._
in Seminole and --- Revi11 ___
well afford,) to spend u day inspecting meetings county; 17.28
Officla1ls RW' "I SW' ;__.__ ___. __ 9 7 20 ?
----- 41) John C. Con. -__._._._______ 19.80
and studying< the plots on the Oaceolu county. The attendance was Sl( ,0' 5W'i of NW" a :Nutty of

SW EtM1aSofRy ._.. 9' T 2n lIB Mra Ella. Lewis ___._.___._..__
and this good. Growers and dust-
Station grounds are spraying <
Experiment' \ 411' ,N7V'of"N of"SW'4Ni Olo Ryi SE'4 aE. 9 '7 20 8 A. B. Shaw _..______.________. 2.81R"
methodsof with to control the I a
of the bent sulphur
way learn some Ing ) from more than a rieht "r way -_.._______.___ 1 '7 2n 108 H. P. G"ne _.__..___.__...__ 2107
planting, cultivating, fertilizing, mite. Watermelons of good sue are NE'' '', 01 NW'NW'' a WI. Df NW'4 _II) T 2n 120 Jalney ......__.___...__ 5043
etc., under. Florida conditions. I' being\ put on all local markets. The II hundred cities have lWI SWI,, 01"I lW',, at-Wl4.--- otw 3.of 19 T 29 40 H.Ramp P..I".U ._.__..______. 12,911

Speaking of the farm crops and citrus aphis is on the decrease.Ijikp : 1'11':1: "f SW'i' Ex S't a ________13 7 II H F.. J. DI Eat. _..___._.....__. 18.71
IIW', nl NW", -__.._____________.14 7 20 as H. P. Warren. ______..___...__
i 12.32
for the coming I NE' ._..
livestock program I voluntarilytestified -34 7
j Farmer's Week, Prof J. M. Scott, who I -- Reports lire coming in thatbuyers ill sW'NW'' ,, nf;:f IIF.SE'SWi, ----e':::::::::::::::35 7 20 21) ::3 ti :: Gainey Shaw -::::=::::::::::: 110.43 1 ::

Y has been instrumental in arranging it I IBald ire offering $1.50 to 1.75 for ; ': to the unusual driiingsa&ty a 10 K''''' ---- ---,-of_.SWt4less__.. __.11 7 20 70 Hardy Paoi""U" .__.____ __. 22.62
will include lectures oinn. )'cH. "n the tree. Growers are i'I'' NEt, 01 SFt: lea R A a -..___..16 T 10 34 H. P. Galne .. _.__ __._h_.__ 11.23
"Our Onr In NW '
t : program I of NW"
a rnr of NW'4!
for better the citrus provided by
lookmir days in BuiCK
Ir and in some rases demonstrations I E'140yd., of N 'a 8 b. n ids F. k W'.13 '7 eo 1 John C. Cone .__..__..___..___ I 2n
NE'i; a E 30
Tho looks promisingand I a or W'4of
r" on pasture grasses, animal irnmv. crop very !I''' JburlVJied-Brokes. This NE', ---.-----___._.____-.7 2n Ito John C. Con. .______._.____ 411.40
the aphis is doing little dam- I W."f SW' of _
h diseases of new NWIi t __._____.17 7 tn ao H. L. Lewis. .
+ breeding, the common E', 0' SW'i, of NWt. .. __ 7 20 10 BruninQ -_--_ 19,60
I !II --- H. C. .----,--- 22114
livestock and their treatment, feedingof is a fact to remember Lot M1 .-----------------..___.. 7 21) 80 O. N. Shaw ___.___..__
I "t of SEt4, a SE'] 01 8W14 -.22 7 ao 124 John Lew4. 179
W. .__ --
for WfJ,
the dairy cow and feed, crops I I of i Df SE'4 a 8W'4 of """"

I plunts, whcnchoosingyourcar. RE' -----------u.n '7 an 80 S. L. __.._ __
farm livestock, farm lighting ,1111 NW' IIEt P..coU __ ____ 22.R2
of .
__ ___
I ------ --- -- 7 2n 41) W. P. Bud ..___________ _. 111.5'
the use of concrete on the farm, and !I I 11 E'5'. of NW4' "r 5W'--: ..___-.r4 7 2n 21) M.... Martha Catlin .____.00_.__. 13.8'
S' :
other things just us well adapted I II ;vaK7ehuByonkesq7ts I 5'.,, 01 SWl'o- ______14 7 20 20 Matilda Gatlin .__..____.____ I3R
many diversified farming Chew it after ,:; .re N':, :: NE: t of less NIW'a, l In---NE-----cor--24 7 ao 20 Henry Gallln __._____._______ 7.ll
the practical ail Ciuck
to suitable to Florida conditions every mealIt on todds for church of---NEu'---______.____._- 7 20 71 Truman D. Dy.1 ____....__.__._ 15.-j
system "! E'Jwnl. f'Np N'Et' N'4 !
Our is based on what wo : 111 "f : kF.I. m---_.- I II It 211 Richard t'l"if'flo .?.__._ ___ 7.,4
program Bllmalate) W't; of of 1, _u_ I II 21 14 W. Eo ______._________ 6.ip
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think the farmers want and l need, and F. of of NE'4' .----. .____ J. Dille ..._
,, ppetlte and I Ii w'',, or 6 41 50 8. ______..__-___ 8."
R NWti _.._ Ro.ier
haa a special appeal to the average a aids "' of NE" ot'i-----:-- -a--BE\4-- ot .1.. ._..___."""____ 11.14

digestion. i i NE'i; Fe A a In SE oor ..-.___ S 21 4.' B. D. "
dirt farmer. It makes) your St. of SEI'Wof NW4 a. 1 I. 8Een Cordon ___ n.

Farmers are urged to bring their J looddoyoumordgood. : SW'! nf NE" ,of NWl, -_____.-26 I 2t It M.... Ann.4. W. Sapp _._____ 6n
a whole! families to Gainesville for this Note how tnf, NW Ii Eatfar church28 II 21 81 Unknown _____.___.__?_ 15.2))
anj : a Aw T7t of 9w----5---------------, ; ; 26 II II 41) A. J. Cowan _____._.___ 2271
home study ;
week of farm and It relieves that amity feclla. 1'1 yHI SE', 0' SW'. _____.__ _.------P7 s tll .
Instruction as there will be something alter Hearty eating.walla.. ;;rv.L'.f 11WV ---.__--___.-..______ I 11 41)In W.Dr. B. McEinnay. ___.._._ te.74
I SWI, A. J. Johnson __________ 12.0
of interest for all. The program will .. ....\. jjII iw\4 !, awl. 'Fa- -l il--;' "ort,-'-w.-.M.'-; .25 II 21 40 E. D. Dy.1 _____._.. __...___ tU-
Include entertainment as well as eweeleaska..tY I y belay. 8 chns M IInk1l wide .t 8
.N : II end a. 11 chn" wide .t N .nd. also
i study. Board and lodging can be n-. ...ae.y II P'WI.' nf flW'4 N of branch E't

ri secured in the college dormitories at ...t.-.... I ,\i', 1E:. In of NW4i NW .; Nwt;: -of 8W+,;U 5 21 49 n. W. DJ'&I __.____-.---.--- 34'4

cents day 1 mTffm II of river ________
and twent .I.I'e a ,
a dollar r p CARSi. All N' SE'4 a-------- 1 11'0 T. B Kaadtp. 1. _; !
MOTOR 01 Ntof aW\4 S -----------
just off the campus or up town at l river -.. .____
'or ; ------- --- -.5 21
a !loW "; NW.I4 41) T. B. Handlq .____-____.___ 13 61 I
rYdR NJ;" of wt.l. -------- -?----.64 6 11.0 S. J. Relater _..___.__00_..__ 1.16RFt

No Worm In a Healthy Child "' of NE'5. --_._._ __. / 6 II 21.0 4" W w. c.II. Mexanq) ______...__ 1295NEl I
of 8E .__--_ Clemons ---. 22 J"NEu
---- ---- -8\ 5 .1
troubled with Worm hew in unhealthy W E'Dire Lumber :=:=:::: 18.96NWL'
cblldrea Ca
All wf SEL _
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aolor. which Indicate pour blood.snug a.a G LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ ot II VJ 101 ------_- ____ f 910/ lrl'n J.'JM3... _._._________ 19.'
1 etomaih dUcuibaac, NW. ot G_.. __ _- I' '' ,
ruJ.. there. le moro ar ass Nw'4' ---_._______ 1 e 21
I.KOVE TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given ftaIjrly M. Smith Manager. W of NFt': 01 SW'. ____ __ 1 40 L W, G.Sn IUS
1 : for two oc tb,... wee.l wll' enrkh the blood. / e Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties RF.l4': of hT.'j:' 01 8W'" .__-_-_ 1 e 1h a"10 Tom Conway McB 11.01.\1---rld. :::==:.._1291 1.1I'
191' 11:'' of aWL
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rliat TIc,,'tho wholo .y..... "Nature will!then Fi a 3t'of\ F.'" -----? -...-_.-. f I 11 eo M... M..orte L!: Edwards n.1I r
t.oltrrdl..t tb.vorm.,.ndii CliUdwliilw When better SWLf--- 11 40 Sim X.II..,. 11 U
automobiles 01
: Pl.aretwaa.tseapertutt.ee ) are built, Buick will build them is. !: ... -.- 5 1 II 20 sUa litNd'4
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'. S' of SWtl.t ________:-___________--- 8 11 80 A. B. Alvan. _____-,_?___-,_ 98.6: I r:' lot 17 In W..I1.'n .. ___Jt 8 al 5 H. H. Pornoar ______________ 3.18 I Lob 66.r 'CbIR I In Linton CII" In I II
W. of 01 8E3. __________.Il 8 11 20 R. M. Crosby __________._______ 1.70 '. 76-/0.41.12 In Woodlawn ___.31 a 2a 40 W. J. 8..lhnll. ______...___ 19.4\1 I Nly "r :' W or It" ______ 112 I II Bel. J. Jallnaon ____________._ 11.13I
? L4 of NE'4 _____--______-----14 II 11 .0 Mre. M.ugle E. Edwarda ______ 12.91 .;t 3 In Wooell.wn ____._ ..__nS2 II t2 10 Mrs. Laura A. BIN.II __._____._ a.u ,; Loll t1-; orib ? In City In
L_" 01 NEy ___________________13 S 81 .0 N. e. Mutt _----?----------- 1ft.20 / Lot 21 In W..II.wn --8:1: 8 2a 10 If. 11 Pormeat r ___________ '..10'EI 'I S"" : SEW 8'\fLr'o LNJnoun- .3p I U Berry o.teell -.----------- 2.1. I ILo
1 W'I NWej 01 NE4i A NE4 113 .Lola Woodlnrrn.U u 20 N. J. Smith lUa 1 bik Chum t
;1w _____________________ II It 80 R. P.1. Crosby _________________ 10.aoI of a.2itIn" 3'o: of W''I-"t NEa 3 --------- --- -- I I 111''<[ of AEy: W of 117 ---- ._..__47 8 1:1: Ed. J. JolI.aon _._______._ 1.4'
I NE ,.4 of NE'4 -------------------- I 81 40 M... Annie Alvatwt _.____ ____ 18.13 I NE ort: ; of SEt4: i NEt. of Lot A In bit Y In Lln..n City 11ft
, W''. of NFII ________________-_U I 11 80 M... 8..1. E:. S. Jobnaon ______ 26,80RE'.4 NWt, or 55y i -----________--__90 8 III 119 F.': L. Cnw6 -_____.____.__.__ 111.11 I 01 I1l:iiwV of Itv ------______.39 8 II .I..on. Ralllt._ _______ ioU I
-r NEy ____--_--__-2a I 11 .0 C. A. Crosby ----------------- 15,16Wt. Sty of 8W'4 or BWV ?-.I3 1 aa ao .thl7ll Farrar _.______? 10.11 '8S of oN y also
of 8E44 W'4 01 NE\06 of8L Lop 111-21 13 I.:! a ParMvllle d0 \ W fWIt' t :boyS :: .
_____________________28 I It 80 H. R. J. L. Und..blll ________ 11..1 I braIng H' of !>; m4 m of d.......... W 780 rt than.., W 18 d.
One a In NW .0. ot 844 of lot 1 .25 I 11 1 E. P. C.rd ________.______ 1.09 NWl, arc 15 Tn a 1R 21 E ___ 14 I. J. SUon" ___________ 'I.8a ..rot,. N to W line of ere U throbs
of 8W'4 SW\06 of 8E'442U 191 190 D. B. Warren _______________ 8I.eawl" I Lot 19 7L a P.'vtlle .mbrneing : N Ie NW eor of SW4j of NWI4)
or NWI ___________________83 6 II 80 D. B. Warren --------------. 1418 N'u of NFL a EELE of NW'M Il1tn. F 'to .brw ------.___.-a0 0 la IS Unknown _______._ 11.4'
1Jlk 47 In E end of S.mpaon City I pea sa 'rp 5 Hr 22 E ._ _____00_____.____. 3 Pear ThJ,11' Jr' _______ 7.02 Sly" or AFtj :18 LWc _- 6 u 10 .Imon U.nk.n .----_.__. f,4.1
F.x a trlp 80 It wide -----.---- 'I II 111,.. Jo .pbin. Hall _________? "U Lot 24 P..I..III. trnbr. ln.. NIfa of N'4of 85'4' y Es 7 li, ij811
Lou ,\B.C.F t lot 8 ofSamtron blk 10 In I Nt-;; R. NEt4 of NWIoO ... 81INl" Lo..r F.r I a for hu..h .63 d II 18 R. O. Onnn ._._________ t..n
.tf.ltt -- 4 'I 11 W. E. Jonn ________m______ a.T9 6 SR 22E -----------------------------S Lilly Ti.rI.lo ____..___. '.411 nf Mk' 6 J. M. Johns
Sub Dlv iOlTb k'"i In or AFL4 ________ ______.___ E. A. EIward.--___.__ H.41 uhdhblo" or !?IoE'", or NFI4: ____83 6 II 4 Unknown _.____________ __ 11.n
.o lkC Il' lot'T; 61113-. 21 8. J. Poot ___________.__ 1.8S 1 NW'. of Nt.. or 8W-- ___h_____ II 6 IS 10 R.." M. F. Woll. ------___._ S.94 NW, of AFt+ EK !III a In SWooy __U I U 80 11. C. CO. ___.___?_________... 1"Y6 1
Lo a NW'.. of RWy __h___.__________ 8 d U'O Mn. M. E. EII..arda -----.-- 16WSE' SW", of NWy,, of SE': ------_--,84 6 n 10 M"ICICI. 111., ."Moots, ______ ____ "TO
lot 1 or blk la .n In S.mpaon I of NW y A 14y of SW4o! NF.ti or SEt 4 gx a in sm nor _-04 6 19> 8/1/ K. I. 0.11110 ________.___.__ 11.16
City 4 7 111 Unknown .---------------- LAl I tl+ -_- -_--. -_-- 4 8 12 110 A. J. Braga ____ ._______ IT.t1 I 8E'", of liE" _____ -- ----...---_____ A U 40 Tom Dnvlt ____.__._______ 12..110. 1
NW'i of NW. _________________ II 'I 21.0 Unknown 12'Dl8EI" W'tj of NE'. a E'i' of NW1 a III .. In St: ror of NWI4' of $W\o&\ 811 6 u 1/1 IL r.. ... ____________ _._____ 5.'0
of i'il": NEy4 of 8W14 : J :: M Mlche.4 & iip;;; i-=:::::::::: 2 tIE"'of E.... of sw. a 11'4 \II of 8E' II 6 J2 120 E. F Cctno" .___.___.._______111.41 AF.ty: ar NF.y -------.---.___.__:.116 4 U 411 F AI 1. Coillt.n --__.__...-_._____ 19.8
U04'Mot" a in SW our -t 11 I. o. Wynn _______ :___m:: 14,81g N' of OWL---------- 0 6 U 80 J. Ro..w". Ca ---?.-- .--- 96,14 SF.'.. of NWL.. -- -- ---__________-__35 4 II 441 IIIlnnl. GII".. _______.__.___ 1,1.U;, I
4 NEy4 of0wlj I NWl Of > NW j of SEy. 81it or IIWIj of

_____________________10 'I 81 80 J. N. Thom. ---------------- ..8SEt. .. NE of NWt1 __.__00 _________ II II IS 10 E. E. Cono" _______...__..._- T.TS N6y. -------_..._______._, ...AM1 d 12 eo J. T. IUrkl.y ____.____________ 12.la
of SE'4 W L4 or 9'ry or IIW'-'t or SW% ___h.____ __ 9 II 19 10 A. L. Orr,.n _.__.______________ T..a NI4!: "of 111':11: -----------_____ a II 4/1 0. C. 19114' ______.__ ..___ 19,36 j
& Soy' or aw 4 of NE\12 T 2t III 1L A. p.u u________.__ 18.23 i ISW4i\ of NEtj .-- ---_____________ I 21 40 K.y. A 11I11I. ____________..__ 14.41 AE':'.. of SW tj,5$ 6 2.1 40 Ell. Moon .._.___n_.?______. 12 ell
NEI. of NE.'" ____ ____ _______.____11 'I 11 40) Ann. R. Cook ---------------- 13.76NEy El, of NW'4 a Wtro ofI HEy of SEy----?_______ d 11'" A. J. 111111. __.________----.10.96 I
or NW',. of NEI __________18 'I 21 10 H. L. B. Atkin.on S.78NW4. I I I !'El. af NiWC _________ ___ .___10 S a2 40 lII.rko a Oll..tll _______.____ 18.11 Sty! of NEt4 A Ei4 of NFy of r
.ot Nu of :::: :1 r.oE 17 'I 21 180 E. 11. Jones ------=::::=::::: 79.80SE1i : Wl"of E:; of l'o'E\6 A Eli of NWt.4. NW '4 .__ : sal Unknown __00__________ 1188 I
SWU4 & s ; I I nl NEI' u___ .__. _______.__?11 II U eo lrahn0wn ----_______.__ 11.10 NW" or-NW4\_ ________________16 d ad 41' J. A. Pn.man __.._________.___ 1.1 VII J
1 s in NE eor _______________--IT 'I 11 'III R.': .T. III1rrh. -------------- 2T.2, F.t of NI''i.of 8W1,4 ______--__ 6 22 2B 1. C. Et"romaon ___________ 7..9 WI"' or SWlJ --_ ________ __ ___ 9 T Y 297 IIfI M... Mlnnla N.llm.n ___.__.___ YD1o I
S' of SWV, of SWl,--_----_- 'I 11 20 W. O. Seala __----------.----- 7.12 t of BE"';' _._ _______?-8 6 211'0 R. 1'1. I'Ilrt.kl.nd' ______________ 14.41 SitS f I1W.4 ______________:__.__ I T 1:1: 111, Unknown ___ ____ lZ9M1/ ,
NOEL,4& 6.V;\ of SWh ofSE NW",., of NE' or 9Wl. __________14 6 22 10 C. T. 811rox _______._________ 1.04 !lt.'. of 1'OW"I T 411 Mn. M. O. -.nl.E.-__ 1906:
NE a roof I IW4o 01 E'., of SEt. .f NW'4 ____14 6 II 10 J. Homer Llvh.plon _____-____ 11.11' NE" of NI'-O' Es: 10 a In sE cor S T II! ad' W. W. "I..n n______.___._u__ 088
V. & SE'4 or SE1,4 Ex 2 a In 8Weor Coin NFl ror hf l rl AWt. NI\II of tE"., of : a 1 II! 1b'. M. W. U.lffia _____________. 670 I
---------------------------I; 'I 11 828 CJt..ley FOtI' _____________111.87 I I & : W 660 OD8 E 86U fI: .... of 11U of 10W1---------, 1 'I U 10 II. T. MotYon _______._________ 11.84
F.u of W'4t of NE4.: ________-_____ T 240 E. J. Murrh.. _______h_______ IS.T8 I, ft N 800 ft to Mg __'-_________ II U 1 E. C. WrI.h 11 83IIF W", of Ott of 8E" H'4 of
W j of 8WI. ____________________10 7 21 M Chnley FOIIII ______-_______ 27.11 :'.. or NW44 of SE... ______--__16 6 U 10 R. C. Kuhl __..._..._........ 10.98 BE''". of II.:", ___ 4 TUllO n. 11. M. W........ ___________ 81.71)
w'a of SW'4 of SE"4 __ _______20 T 21 20 H. S. Waller ______ ____ _u 18.781. E f I'IWI, of !:" ____._____18 .. 20 Unknown ___.____________ 14.1 t a In NW mr of NE'pf NWL __ 'I II! I 8lmn"' "uk".on ____n_?__ 19.1
All SE% of SE'4 E of Ry ______10 T 21 20 R. S. 8u..n. ____::____=:__ 10.48 I RLm o foIE'4 of WEVE: --- _______17 6 II 2" l..oul. J\.hr ----------------- 11.0 "W'4 of NW1,4 _. ._n_____ /< 'I U 40 J. II. P".U ..._________.____ n.IH
BE'" 0f Ex 1 a in NE .0. __20 'I 21 89 R R. Jon. _____________ 18.18 N'io of 8E14 of NT..,. ______-___ ._18 8 1:1: 20 Unknown ________________. 12.98 Wly of NW or W.t.-__ .. __: 1 'I II ao Unknown _______._______ 7,13
Wtia of 8W of NW' _______---21 T 21 80 F. R..nold. _____________ '1.11 I 1019 of SE'.i or NE'M ________?__ 6 22 2" Jull. (GI..ln. ______.u____ Ii.08 I Corn at NWnnr of SW, oNEtj 00. A
Wtia of NW'.4 of NEt ________,26 'I 21 10 L. B. Hall __________________ 1.11 or SEL4 a of SE! ____18 8 28: 121) O. L. Underhill __________.__ 11.98 run F 160. ft 9 ISO h W. 770 tt
Loa 128o.. trael See ____----26 T 21 Leg Jae ReFnolcta ___?__ a8.48 NWW64. Clf 8WL. Eat a In NIE .0. N I"" ft ,,, ..... __________ _____ 6 7 13 I Amy Lte ______._____.___._ t."
8W'4 ___ ____________________47 T 211M Jae Reynolds _______________ 88.19 I for burch -____ _______________16 8 22 89 De8u. a WIIUama ___________ I.U B., 210 fl E of NW .... of NWti or
844 of SE'4 ___--_________________ 'I 81 80 J. O. Weaver ________--__-__ 21.13 On. A Ay a beg 42ft N of 1'11'' I ., ,tR' 1.1mr NEy!: a ben $211) It F. UO ft
E"1 of SW4W of SWy t E1 of or RWLi of SW'4' .. run N N lit It W2n tt to lire __ II 'I 82 I Mil.. Robl..n .__._.___.._ ioU
SW4j. _____-________________28 'I 21 100 I.. 8'.08 I 811 ft W 210ft 02I18 It'" 110 It tNEa In 8W mg. 44EU. or MW4j or .
Wu, of SEy4 W'4 of Eli of to..... Few, tInt ao ftA 8 b,. __ 6 T n I 0..1. lohn.on _____.____ ..,.
S1i\06: _- __--_-_-_-_-_28 'I It 100 Mao Wllllmn _____________ 84.09 : 118 ft RAWnBFear. _____-21 8.. I 0.1.lU.n: ___._._____ 18.81 S... 0' N'v of of '
NE'M of NE.. EK 10 a tn NW eor NF.y or AEtj of RE'4' ____ _____.91 d II III H. C. Sharman __________... .10.81SE" NE\\ ____NE'4-- R814. II T iii 14 J.m" ltoynold.------------- 4L0Nwn4
100 fe on N aide of 8E'4 of ., of SEt4 of SE'.. --?__.____,21 6 22 10 M... O. M. 11. DIllmn J. D. IIE or __ _____._ : 'I R.O. _._____ _. __ !
NE' t All NW4j of NE'4 E or Cowart' 661. __._________ 18.lt FI,(, ..r h _____......,:I I W -. :: 14.0
Ry ___--_-__--____-__- 'I 11 85 W. J. J'on. .__________.__ 28.03 Frail NW1,4 of bib 3 R of 11 1 F& IIWI. 01 rIW'4 IW\ ---- ___ T. U II tlp. :''.._-__...-?-__-_-___-_-_ 1 to
N 26 a or SE'4 of Et N 100 10 a beyat a ehn. ofNE R t
It a 1 a In 8W .0. __________29 'I It 21 W. J. Jon.. ________________ 20.75 : eor of S 'Ir.tf: :. 91 "Wr OW' NII__ 8W1 of IIC" of 80 nkno..n __ _____________ I..
NW1. of NEi' or NEV4 E of fly _211 'I II 9 R. 8. Surranay _?________.____ T.U 8 10 churl W to Ry N on R" ur N W' of NW .::_ _::::::::::::::I .T, 1: 40 M... F1..th O.u Ortffla _____ ..

AI NWV :'E'?, w :fR, Ex i I 1n{ or add SE'. '''"n.. E 10 NF: or .. _u __.___ ___I T 1 40 M. W. _______u______._ 2.01
6 a oohs C. Crew. a w .old .1.0 8 a F'0 "r W'1I, of NE1j: of NEl. of SWI!: I 411 1 T. J. Ahl'rm." ___.______.____ .
L. W. Wlleon a 1 .i told E. T.Sloe..rt I !'E'. ____:___. II u IU Sam ICllliJ ___.___ 12.13 T U 6/U
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I a cop to at .or or land own.eI b" E'h or i
____________________..29 7 U 11 R. W. Surr.ney ___._.______ 11.088Ey Elmira King IOn F. .Ido or It" or NRL4 A.. NW'a or NF a -
of NWt, Ex 1 a {In NE .or run E It rl"hl anwl. br R" to E NF: N\ WI SWI all .00 Paul Bra -------------------126.00
for churr" ______________________20 121 19 N. D. Jon.. _________________ 11,13NFL4 IIn. of rye 21 thyme Non .hl anotin. NWy'of NWy R 7 1:
of aw'.i Ex 1 a In SFF: our 10R" to .nnt.r St In Tempi. .."h.dlvl.lon Ntor AW'4 of NW'4 alA 110 M. E. D. D_ __.___ __ __
___________- ________29 7 21 19 P. O. Jon.. __.___.____ 14.08 thonce W on I'It' 10 flythenrn NW'i or AWt4 T 2: ? 81.1:.

BWV l 11: : 1 $%V'4 ::1 'I 21 80 Jot Ranolda ------------.-- 27.13NihrN S sloop Ry tobp" In E'4of 804 of Nyl NII 4 NF. -.r- NW\:IA f 1 lt F. R. P..____.________n._. n.nHI
Lot S blk SW'4 NE'4 in l NFL4 Ev aurh Iota or plc. ac > .__ .._.
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--- -- '' ''---29 or 11 J. 1l. 8I1r..n. _______.___.____ 1.41 have hrrrtofon. : Lon dnlnl ._._21 6 U 14 T.Clul. Ou"n __m__..______ tUtW' SI of ll, -::_: : : 1A T 1 I M..1 gods ....___._ ._._ .1..
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W nf. Oullry branch _______.00 7 11! l-a Chnley FOIII _.______.____? 8.TlI Nu S of Ex : : :
a of SW% Ex 8 \\or,8: S--V- -1I Ii 1 Mo. Ell Graham ..________. 1.18WII ri R of (2. w..REi '
: :: ;-:1.: : :: -- -- ---_- ll 7 21 160! W. 1. Jon... ._________________ 61116NWU4 I a of 8L4 of SEL4- o- SW-4 of 2,.n IF nor a N ;' .. orl9 Roisod John '
T 21 __ ___ 1 Calvin n.rd _____________.._ T.'I8 T II ..?.?________ tI
of NE'4 Fv 'I a In S.g eor .U 8:1: Jy. R.ynolda ______ 13.T8 I, __ 22 0 t2 NII -
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NE'.. of NE' N or River ---.93 ? 21 IO! J. G. Wnv.r _________u._____ T.11 "w'. of NE'. of SWI' _________11 6 III IB John Willian. .01)) __________ 11.11NWV of 8wl'. F.F.IIr _: ::IY T I l Jlln' hi. __ JU5NE"
:N'\I\ of NE'4 L aw'4 of "'E' N of I' of SE'4: of SI':', _. ____. .22 6 U 10 J... Hnrrby _____n.______._ ?..I3NW' AEt. In. aE .
River ___ ___ .- -__ .___d' 'I 21 95 E. J. Do..Unl _.____________- 14.08 .. of NWtL of SE'i a SW1j .r a E 3 a of NW' of SK'4 of
:. lot 8 o. I of SW'of NEt' ____________22 6 12 20 1. A. ElII"U _________._______. 11.IS _...____ ___ __ -_. T 1 1 J. R. 1.Ult _.._._....__ a.f
fr.el4NEofINW'4 8E of I, Nut of "W14 of NF'4 _____ _____22 0 22 20 n.nl.1 1..II.rm.n .eo_______. 14.1'I Corn t !P of .. 10 & ram W
r:4 lee. : a In bW eor ___.86 T 21 160 I.. 1I."nolda _m____________ 61,80Wy 0 In SW .or of BEt i of NWV29 6 II 'I Unknown .___.___________ 10.96Wtj 6111) f' N 11I I to a pt of bow
of NW'4 a S'Ij of NW4j a INi.i I' or NWt0 of 8W'4 Ex N 8 a _28 6 Ii 15 C. T. SII.o" __..._u____._.__ 10.98 thonrn 21.9 ft 100 rt 1 10' ,
of SW'4 ____--_____________ T 11 200 J.. R.rnnl,1a ______._________ ''1.42 NI,,. a In a trlanrla "hatny all ofH' F 516 f II.S I W r ,
E'M -_______________________19 4 21 180 W. P. elrd. _____________ 44.4" I I, ? of 1'IF.4' of NW'4 N or m.d _U 0 21 9 J. J. 811'0" __ ___._nn__.___ 11.23 toe .ID 'I U P.' W. S..lnl. ._________-____ I ..
All __ _______________________.20 4 12 840 R. L. Black a Co _-._______ 11881 ,, NE'.. of SE'' or NWIoO ____._____18 6 III 111 W. C. Ward ____.__._________ a.04 lot a In U.&n.I; to ; i.n:11: 7 U II.nl.1 --___.__-.___ ;.
:All ---------------------------.J 4 22 840 R. L. Black a Co. ___________17881 NE'. of NE. ____, ___?________24 6 II 40 R. 1'1. Slrlokl.nd __u_______. 11.41 Lot 1 In to ". _II 'I U M."lo B.Ilamy ..--.--.---.- .11
22 Blark Co-----------17661 of II'" L. 111. l.anrl.y _________.____ 14.418F Loa 1.1..6- or bib 18 In St.
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IAII Ex- -SE'4-----I-SE'---,,--:::::::::::=:23 : 21 AOO :: t: Black & Ca __::::::::::10861 V _________.__________28 6 12 /n J. K. Harr{ ________n_.?.___ 14.1 1-------------------------- 1 1 John MII.,1 _.___0____._ 41.15Loan
______ U ____________ I 911:4 L. L. G.I".. _____________.___ 11.40 i : W. O. .------.-_._
II ______-____________ -24 4 610 R. L. Black a Co __ 118.81 YWatof of : _.___ .___________-__28 6 U.o 19 'I 1.1
.Wof NE4 a W4y of NEST aN14 A 1 of 8W14 a 84 of lea. 6.1..1.1 or bit 1a '
of NW'4 __.______________.28 4 22 200 R. L. Black a Co. ____________ 6952 WrW'! 't'SW' al.o ems 110 ?laN Ilk II In Mampan .19 '7 22 n. A. Mnikn.ll ---___ _._ ao.'I
All ______.____________________24 1 U 840 R. L. Black a Co. ____________11e 81 or 8W ....I\.f NW44. of BWVa Sly of NW'4 nf SWt4 --------20122 10 A.: M. William.----------- 1.1
II E. SE'4 of OEt4 ____________27 4 22 100 R. L. Black a Co. ____________111.1 non E 14'" y. N Uo v,1a W Nl of II 1. I a In SW.or _.20 'I U 1 W. D. Blo.krr -. .-.-______ 1.11 .
W SW'! a SE's of 147)'cIa II ItO yda to bear 8 1.1 a26 6 12.1 Than Ti.on ______________ 2110'NE'4 I 81 .ls of f\ SW14 I... 1.3 ;
EWLi 4'.8 of J... Hornh 36,66Thrr. a In enr : Unknown ___ ___.__ 1.1
a 0' SI: i a NE4I of NJI.: ____ _. __________2'1 6 22' -- -- --- 'I U 1
8E14 _____________________-28 22 a60 FLBlaek a Ca _-________.16610w nor 14 f % lent. 9 of ..b.lv or wiCao ::.ut'h Mason 8.70 t
IWt-'r ::::::::: :
of SW'4- _-__________________28 1 22 40 Unknown ______________ 14.101 I! ha ln: :n.N: & S 0'78r' a ; "'W _I'I 6 II 8 J. A. J.mleon .._.__.__.._. U' ,All -- -40 T 19 810 := :: .
E'4 or SEL- ____ ___------_------26 22 40 B. Wllk..n ------------.--- 17.04 Four a tJ" a In SE .or of NELj of All : :: :::-:-::::: ::::::-:::: 37 =: 14" Paul: I.0 .__-----______ 169.84
All ________----- 4 12 840 R. L. Black a Co. ____&______171.11 ( SE' "be 1... I aN" Bby 1V. a I All R. Wt of 3WSj -----------3 0 7 n 89U Saul I". _____._--_______._ II
I 4, of NE a Elfa of SE'4 a all i 1' a W ___ __ __________:_________2'1 I 12 6 Theo Tleon _.__-_____._._ I.UCctm Wt of $14 -____. 86 'I U 10 "" } Land C__._.__ 22
W'15 of N4Ey. E of River ______80 4 22 200 R. L. Black a Co -------------- 40.21 800 ft W of NE nor of Wty of NEy' N'a' .;fNW'-a8:::: 'I u Paul Pros _. __.____._ 8811
'E'4 ________-_______________82 1 12 ion R. I. Black C... ____________ 861 II of NW'j of SE'; or NE'4 a run 4 a In NW of E' or IW'4 of
Y. NE'4 of BEL ?__________88 4 12 860 R. L. Black a Co ___________11..21 1'1' 13M1t W lOB rt N 246 rt C 100 NW' I I a for .hurh __,3T U 8 I.nnlo m.ln .-_.___.__.__ I.e.
of NE'4 a 8Wli.of NEI.. aNWy. f to --__________ ..__________ 8 82 Rleh.rd R."nolcla _____ .11 N E or NII tlWy NFU a
tE of WI-io of NW'4 Corn .00 ft W of NE rev of Wtia of '4 of NW' lr NW, 27 T 140 I.ul ________.-.71.01
e... __ ____ ____________84. 2Z R. BI""k a ______. __II18.U NW4 "f RE' of foIEI a run II W of MW14\ all NIIf1. 1
::2-I14-!:' ; NW1,4 ______________84 4 E2: 5460 E.' L Grlffl. -_____-_...__ 14 20 I I ft W 1011 1 ;t N 216 g 109 ft of $Wt4 N of NWI _. .28 T I. B. M..1 _._._.___..___---1742
NM. 8W. a Euj of SE14116 4 22 a60 R. L. Black a Ca __________199.01 to 8"bra." ---___-- .---__-_-_---_--28 I 12 C.n... Town ___. _..?_ UI AWE NE"'i a N'4 or NWy. of 1
fo/llj of NW'. ____________________81 1 22 80 R. t.. RI.ck a C.... ____________ 1T.96 Lot t ot bib 1 In o.lorln.1 awn ofSark. 'y'_ _.._ .. __'__ 'I 8 W. O. Srds ___.___.______.__. 1.4:
Ell of SW'4 ___________________ 8 8 23: 40 R. L. Black t Ca _________.__ 14.20 In \ of NW' --------28 6 12 M. M. M..ra.n ------..-------. /6/ All 81''. of NWI R If Sty 16 a 1 1 ,
oa 17-18 I. Woodlawn __________10 a u 20 Wm Farria ---------------- 1.82 Lot 0 of 1: 1 \1n orl.tnal. awn ofStarke a or AWL. t of SF1j
of SW'4' of NEli a W.. of W' In NE. of Rw'4 ------26 6 U M... ElvIna Moran .-----..---- 14.Tl NWej WII ofU T U 18 I. M. Muwdl -1108
of 4 SW1,4 or NE',. SE'. or NWya + I Lot I of blk 'I In ..rl..lnal. town of SWI. lr AW y _. ::_:::- ':::::::1 T U 1. J. PUr04 .__.._____.____. U.i
WI1.t. of 8WL. of SE'. ______II 6 22: 0/1 T. M. Lengler ________________ 82.M I I, IIt.rb In NFj of IIW'q'' ___28 8 23 J. F. (.n.... ______.__.________ 16.TI .
AY Df IIW14 or NWh __________11 5 23 20 Thos S. Fo.ar ________________ 7.82 8 1011 rt or blk 941 as .aan.lnl on !lt r NO.I!l' i58a.or-1:;: i .
tHin Woodl.wn _____________18 8 23 10 AIf..d Starling _________u___ 8.89 I I En...,.'" Man\ In ....nStarke of NW our If : .. REIj In
0' I ln I" Wo"lInwn _____________18 8 22 10 S. M. t'hurdrlll ______________ 8.90V In NEL or 0WV __ 6 !9 Mm. E. D. Dua.et' Eo' _-__. 68,01111k NP: aor "r NWy or SE14 T U .9 (1. M. 71. F.. ___.______ .
or NW1. of 8E'4 _________14 8 n 20 Pnworo Bennett ______._____ 1.92 81 as .ntAtnd.d on En_,,'. M--ap46 NW' or 1El __. __ ________ ::_.11 T t Ullnwn ._.._.___._.__ U.t.
______ ________U 6 U F 9.H9 Com. I I
t I' In Woodl.wn 10 D. Edwin B. o.ar ----------- In o"rtn.1 town of Su.rk. In NE'1of a N .Idn of n. 8. a F
"" la.18.8: In Woodhn, ___---16 II 23 10 D. L. IUI/b __________________ 10.1'7 I I SW'. .- __ ._____ _--- 4 p A. D. Aodnwl __.______..__._ 11.01 Ry rlnht .f war u.o fl F nf ..
e. 115.8857.IIK or SW' or SW4jEr Lot. 8& 8 of, blk 88 J. M. Jnhn tins IIn. S run F41,0ftN11142ft W
lw, NO It E or NW .or & runE ditlnntlon to Stark. In 8E4'. 4" I to III ofboa In
140 tt S 782.8 rt W 440 It N I HWy --- -- _- _--__--_ -__-!11 6 23 A. W. Andn, __________m ....0 of I ti507offt, NW' __ N\ I. lit. Mts.wfll _.._._.._____ ..
7326 rt to bell 323.5 __________18 a 23 88 t'nllnown __________._____ 12.811ot Lot //I of blk 8 In 1.I"In.'on T'ahy I II I." .1 a pt a 52" It 3 of Ti' .
-10 In Woodlnwn _____________18 8 U 10 Mal..1 O. Sh.rm.n ____________ 8811ot .a 1"0' .,,1,11110", 'to St.rk. ImW1jof NW .or "f NE'. of N : A run
33.8. In Woodl.wn __________11 6 22 20 R. B. 10.....".. _____u_______ '1.82ot I NFL: _-___ ___ _____ -__-_III I 13 f.nry O. Mo&aOn .___n_.___'_ T.n W I M1 f N f8 K: V f t S
81J In Woodlawn __0000.1" 8 22 to "Io..s O. HeyN ___-________ 5119a Lot 8 or blk 11 In Llvln..ton T."h" I 976 ;; .b. \. r .. 50 1 III I... Made JD Milhr Qu. ._. fLN
88-611 In Woodlawn --- _____t8 6 U 90 C. I. Eaton __________________ 12,81F' a 1'0'. .dclitlon to Stark. III W'itor I Com U71 rh or NW Or of
"f lot III a all lot 30 &0 W\1o\ or I NEI __ .. .. -31 129 O. L. Und..1I1II .,.___________ 12,61Lot. Nlt, of NE'. F r." H 4
lot 'II 'IJ1 Woodlnwn ______-_--__18 8 23 119 Unknown _________________ 12.11 I-I of blk 1N In LI"ln".lon Tntby I W a71y.,"I f 814 yda to
ota A-II 10 WoolIawn __________18 5 23 20 T. F.. Oak In. __________________ 9.M I a Co' .dlItlon to 8tark. In 110wy4. ,0. A T 0 MiN Mary I. ."'If.b --. --.2j/
otr 1'.3H-. -H In woodl..n __--18 a u.o J. L. O..klna ________________ 18.111- W'I of NEy ___ ._______ ______111 I IS 8.126y O. Moans ____________._ 12.00 F'bq nf t1 "f HE'4 of NEt' 1 Im.I 1.4 II .
Jot. 11.19 In Woodl.wn __________19 5 Ii 10 R. F. Allen ________ 12.911 Lot 12 of hlk 18 In Lhrln.ton, Tnt N. aw In BW
:at 8 'n Woc"lIawn _____________20 II II IB M.... R. A. It.llinlrs. .____._. I.TO by Co' addition to 8...... In e I I. -I b 18 I 29 10 .M. J. R.dJlSh ____..j
1.oa 11.71;-Sv-5o 10 Woodlawn ____20 II 23 40 J.1t Jr. Dowling _____________ 12.81SI W'' of NE' -- .n_' __.18 8 21 D. .. WhN1.r Fat .---.------ 11.00 mtri ...:div of --: 1 92 tl.nDW: ___...._.____. '
.f NW'' of NW' of NEL, Loh '.7 of bib 18 In 1.1"ln..lon Truy .. .. 18-U.III.lt of F'i-.niwl : .1
"'W'' t.W or SFI & E'. ofNFI I a c.,'. ..I.lIIlon to lltorlt. In r -a 11 "14.--' --- -_ _______ J. 0. ..r..1. ...__..____.._ &'1..
: ,' "r '1WI.' & EL.j of 'IF!' ; of WI-.., of NE' __ __. ____ _____18 I 13 Mra. B.; D. d019.tS Fit: ____._ 654WI. nf blk -18n/ s .
XW' 81 !F:', ..r SW' l'IF..ofW' .? of bill //I In ....In..on Truy I'Lac o _. _Ilnmp-10 'I al 1,.. a.. .""ml ...._.4.0'
& NF'I ..r NF.' of I'IW\11' \ II 12 10 D. D. Browning ________.____ 18.03 C.'. ."htllvl.lon of NE"' : of NF4425: 4 II no. ColI ._____. ___________ T.TS Loa IS.0 7 of blk 18 In )lamp.
Corn at NW eor of Sw's or ?'..E'4a Lot 2 or bik 31 In Mvln"'lon Trot ton /A 'I J. r. n --...-----&o."
,10 8 80 .da W h. Co'. .ubdl.I.lon ot 84t. 1
E 531.1 F 11 fl of lot 8 of
M 1-1 ram "t. S 9o r.l. to bow -- .. _22 II 19 IB Unkllllwn __________._____ .1 I.U NEt __ __ -_____ _____ _____ 8 13 F.na' Lloyd __....____.__ 611 bik 29 In I/mpton .. ..o 'I J r. n awp ____ .________ I..
sw' or NW'' & NE' of NW'422 BI.. aT.1I8 In .Ivlnpton Thrba 111k. 7.K hi Ifamoton .___ __ 80 'I .1 M. M".I __._.___. ....
of SW'' ______ 5 n 80 T. L. Waln.II'. _____u____ tI.8'NE' ("0'. .lIbollvl.lon{ or Ni% or Lot 6 or 1.lk .. In Hampton E. 6 I
of IIW' _--__.__. _----.9'7' II aa 40 J. S. Jllatltia ________________.._ U8:1EI' : I NE'92: A. 0.) 10111.. ___-________.___ 11.11 an fe I. . ..114 1 II W. O. .. ___....____.__ '.4
___.__ 7,69Y :
SE'' ----u II sa W. J. StnWnR1 ___.____.. {
.I W' or sw' L or 10 Loa 2.3 of "k 41 In Llvl".I" Truby 3L14 of NEh; 1_ Rr right of ...,
) q\y\ of Ntgt..18 8 II J. IL lowacy _____._.__u___ 6.89 .
a of or Nt; 4 t a Coo .ubtll.I.lo" of NE'" of IIWI" .t ,; of '
Loa 0.9 or blk I In town or L.w. NE'', __ ___. __ _________28 8 2:1: .W. JD 11.11 ________.___-____ 4.11 a. Nlq' or 11': ". NNi'V _RI" 'I .a II" I. M. ..__._._______ IL'
tAPr'w of Ry _ ._ ____ ______13 II 'JII M.. Balllo R.ddl.h. _______._.__ 17.06WLaateYt Lot a or bill .2 In fJvln".lon" lruhv If NP.4; of Arty : .: :10 'I .1 PO P. J. A/181011.....-_.__.._. 9..U
of lot 9 blk l In town of73 if ro' ollbdlvt.lon of NE'AotNEy :\ All that arrtaln 'lot. land
W or Ry ___ II III W. L. Ov.AtTNt. .------------ T ea: _. ___.__.Z6 8 II Jul. DII\Ie. _._..._______ 4.14 Iwlwa.n rl, N. 1'F' I"& I"

I ,n town of I, W28 __....._ 21 aft I W'. of btk .3 In Llvlnentnn. Trot itrInNW4oV .. __ 7 21 I I. I'. Maaw.ll __?___ ____o 1.1'
AIbk... : __ ._ II II MIS. M. t. Loudholtg a Co' .lIbrll.t.lon or NE'4" of Ea 4 \ an I .Ida' &
Latx 1..1 nr blk 16 In stow. ofl3 ______ .' U.SD NEt, 00 _____ __ ___________.111 II III DOlI..r 13N0 ______.________. 1,18 % o fN : -. al 'I 2 I" O. W. A4b ___________ n."
Later W of Ry -- ----- ---- 6 III u...... Lotti Lee Itwk.Lo Bib 4In Llvn..ton '. sub.dlvlslon ." '.' '. A :
blk 18 In to..n of I I I I of NK4, of"bli-' .. :II 8 21 A. O. JmltlW __._..._______. 1.18 rNNW ? fN: 14of"II o/
La..aa ..... 7.12 ;
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bik' 1 I In town of i.wt.y W91 ______.._. 7.52Rr bd I. : ofNFLi I,. _32 T .t 1f J. Mary JdJt h ...-.-- "..
Ha'l 5 MIS. VI..lnla hMb _.________ '..03Lo'
III. 11 II n 31. 0. rltrtolcl NW of -- -- qJ. 7'YIMr ---..----.--- '946NWv4
On lot 105 It F& W by 210ft N a I I 2 Ex W 6------------------fl .t blkT In or 1WL.; h __ ._.17 I IfN __.._______._ :.8
1'1' In SW nor or lot 10 In town, of 1.1"ln..too Turb" Co' pub N n rat NIoof\ u' IaN. T _____...___.__ .3
l.awhv .......27242520T---S. Loll Ood"ln _____ 1..1 ellvl.inn NE .. of NEI- _____ ___28 II 13 lines. Mlle.1I _?_.__.___ 11.83W .20 I p' N 11',1 Ni er of
--- un. Anna 80 It .f lot II of blk 47 III 1.1.ln... .
R 22 E E of Rya ------ ------------ MWtt run S 8
Com I nr. ft F: of lot 5100 Trub7 A CG'. mbllvbbONEL4 Ml en:forI,1 :0 then..1 W .
run N 21 I) ft EW1018 $ 210 NEV: -. .. .-' ... ....t5 8 II Fre011Wend". ,. -----.-- 4.14 f. t" fly r.hl.r way th.n.lJ11
W 106 It to M, In town of Law.try Loa .1.4 of hIlt C In N; -j. Jan.; right of .

2' E.en E or 23 Rr 2. _211____26 hn To _6_ __S.___R_______.._ :011,. B C Dodd ______________ 19.1 .dvVW.n_ 10 Sark.. .. .___InE'4 I.._..... _._of.n 1 U A. F. GrUtl.--------------- 12.09 :::41; ".ft 1 pt 828\.t II NI: ? U IB J. P. Iummfel __.____.._____ 11.16

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I "W "e' "f lot e 1 10 sown of "mpl.. .litlon. to S'.rk. I. mom lot y,. N of : ror of NF"
Lrwtyv ...... '! t26 28 Tp 5 8. and1ft ________ 1..11R NE'I' of NW'. a part of W44, of of NR'4' A> rim N 1)1 yd. to Nft"r
...2' ----.......... M. W. J. NEL4: W .f R" a NE!: gob ofBE' of .id NKH of NKH thence .
Lot 2n Ex E --N---'-"----- '.4 of NW' __ ._ ____________23 II II J. .,. III.k" _______.__. n.11 W ailH'j' yrto than,. M 278 yd I*
It E & W tinONW mr In8tora4ofkaatrv Loa 1.11 Clf Ilk 20 h. ".mpl.. .,bllt.nn thenee E UXI'j y ... 21 U Y6 28 Tp 5 8. Annn Lee Oodwla ____ IT.OS to ",.rk. In 1'n'i .f NW'. a 10 a also "" .1 NI eor of SEH of
------ M. Dart orw'.,. of NR'. W of R" a NELl 4 H I yd. W J20: yd.
E of R"N2110ftIn000------------ of 1'It!: mr of "E"tor NW"4 -- ____ U a E. Weal _._______ .U N 110 >da"I B 320 pda to bra equal. .

N'L.- .or...lot-88 or 2\: 226 28 Tp I 9.R Wilson a MaN. _.______.__ 1'1.91 Loa 10-11 or bit 27 In T.rpl.s ad.d1Non 1 a 81 7 1 1' Jn e. PblIlp.-. ___..._ 14.11
E. E of R7 ----------.-- a Starke Innr"' of W\:\ of NWH A NRH of BR",.of
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N'.. ofREV4 Ca & part of NFV4 W ., a W., nf SWH of 88NF.'i 7 70 P. H N..I .-.----------- IMt
SEI, or of NE'J.of NEV. NE's- -------------- 4 8 t3 80 WII..'n Alm.ham& Temnef__Fnuio._____________-_ 219SWy R. a NE eor 01 AE'4 of NW'4 28 III M... flora,.... J:. Bh .__n 11.13I of NFL A of f Nt.of 1
-- 2S II U 10 iI. Do Lot. 8-1.11 or hlk C In Rioolnll' ads NBH, a .11 SK, W4i NRH:
"f NW1. of IIW'4 of---SEL------aNRV1 I till Inn 10 81.rko In NW'. ofA W of Ht A N'" : '. c.f NKH t 8 ta I ClUeeae Dank of B.I ford ..____ 17.7

W' of of NW NW'I'6 of, of NFL 8E Q. a SE' f4A Ashford> _.______.__ 21.6SWV I NW'Io _ __h_ ___ __--_____ _311 1 12 Dr. 1' D. tIl.ko _..___.__ '.H I' of 14W'4 of K. W II a-
II 13 IS 0 ___._______ 411EL 9 Lou A of bib I In Wynn'. .ddb a NWy
: E"of'. 8E or .---h----E-i------_ 2s 0 U 10 J.I'o..ra"... Jmnkln Benn.t'- __ ----- 1.5 91: I to ;:; In NW'., of OW'. 21 1:1: B. W. HallOwsy _..____.__ lUt of "'I.nf-r-E Nrli 2 8 1:1: Y0 It M. I.. -..-.__.___ .4Sr'
of E/ II aa 10 .. lot of I..d 140 rcla N a A byI .f t1F1.4' NfI/: R
6WU of !tW'Lj of BW'NW; v" -Nl-1-----of _.________- 11.01SW'4of I I 10.1211 yda E W In liE .... or IIE'4 nNWv. a N"'4,.f ,. II II 1A4il I'n.nown --.--.- ".
NW'j of AWL4' of of 8WI 181.3 .- .QI 6 13 11 Unknown .. of SE'S ___ ___ -------2. I III II T. J. Aid.rmaa _______._.._ 11.13 IR'4': of NWH -__ ___ _aW u __ 4" l>. W. M I'IW'4 of 8Wv. of AEL4; All "' SE" S of publl.' mad NL'4 of NKH _. ___ a 8 4n ITnknown 0 _-- rNt3 ___....
Com .88W eor 410 n to a I 40&'No 1 a of3EL.oleE14F. of of SE'// of NRU 00_ ... 9 8SWH 1 10 Bert H Far ......_.._._ 8D4iii
a run Fon..elln N 1M tt E 198 WllllamaBn ______________ .11 7 I about. I a N of r..ad ------------0 I 1:1: I Gen. AsdrowS ______._n. '.01 ..f H RH: of NWHII 8Wl ErnestO_. ....... --_.._
"t "f b.R U.n"W \08 It to hart ____I" II t3 5 Ju W. Godwin __________ / 0Ey 9 of NE'. aof w'4 : AEt Dr of "I.: o NKH': ..f NWI' .11 I 1 t Unknown .........._..__._
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NW L. Dr 8Elo26 I U Ju. I I. AE1': a N 8 a of \.Ift ot NW'4 af SWl, A 8' of 81 of11H
W', of SWL, of of a AEtof ;. of IF'': ________-___________..11) 4 12 14 H""n.b Prams Ea: ._____--29 I 8. _. .r___ _" __ .. __II 8 U Ito J. F. Pailletl ________.. IMSat
SWII .f 8Wv. NEf NEL4 ... or ---------------------$0 8 12 80 If". MrRa. ____________ 466A ftW p of SWH' of
8F.8WL.% of NWt A of Lof NW'4 Fateb ..---- 1SEy /.A,I NW'4 of NWyEs I U a ________11 6 12 36 ff M. MrItaa __________ 109T7 COM/ run at B for a Dt NW.. "
NWLL Vlrwlnla -
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Ry track than
__ ___ ___ SaIHe ReddxBJ. ------------ '. I Hn" 80 It r
of u of jIIW' w-_.___--ZT 6 Ewt4 Mr". T. R.ddiab ____.--__________ 10. ,71F1314. of IIEt af NZ'31. U la ArdeU L.on.r4 ___________ 46w 0 r M
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    --.71 II 13 20 or NE',. EK 15 a In Nt: eor NRH of A
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    8E'4 or IIEL. o fBLL. ------- Fl .f NW" of 1r'i a a .

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    Lot m N'jof lot '" a W'of Mm. Gun. A Bi..eU _____- 1.0 SEt. run 2t4 ekna .. I 1.2 of blk 7 or N'4 of BE',.
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    52 In __ !.7/ .
    lotLota 'IVi- ____ 1M 7 : e. 4 1uan. Garbs __._
    of lot Carter ___._____-_ 12 tfy NEVI A 2 a In NE .or
    A EL tt
    81-43 ? ,3 j, M. 1 a In IW anr of Eli of NW S. of SR'4 nf NEH ___ .. ___ .__ I II 41 J. P. F..I.e. _____u_____.. tin '
    Woodl.w.Lota 0.18 : NL4 of tot;; -22 In Woods J.( Dowltn* __-__________ 1*. ','I SEa. __ ._ ____ ___ _________.l7 I 12 I Fad I. lohDaoll ------.-- 2..1'', I.' i of SWH ______.______ __ 2 1 a .. Allen .,- .....--.--.--.-. ll l
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    opponent voted in the primary neither Alfonso Griffia Robert !Moore \ be already preempted by the Twenty-two. (21) East exCept three acres In IV: COUNTY JVDOE'S COCRT.BKADFOKD .
    Bradford County Telegraph may the Northeast corner Also all of the Southeast I COIT: ,TY. f'LIJRIII> ,

    do we know whether he claims Clyde Rowe, Cecil Whitehead and other pines thus creating: the itnpres-I quarter of the Northwest Quarter lying IV FKOHATE.

    = =-===- -- .=-- :... =-= be a Democrat but In t"1 north of the O. 8. A F. Ry., |III ,Section T..... IN Ra : Estate of
    or not Pearce Jones left for the
    Thursday don that longleaf li unable to repro- ty-nine lit). Township Seven 17)) South. Range JOE DimSCHKKL: : "TitE.
    i'uMished wrekU and filtered as case, he la forfeiting the respect and annual encampment at Ann In ton, Twenty-two (((22) Eaat containing la all for- FINAL
    I duce itself. If the other pine or ly-elx' and one-half acre, more or I.... l I NOTICE IS hERESY GIVEN That tin.'undersigned .
    .4H-omi, daM matter, at the post Hupport of all good true Democrats Alabama. A. S. CREWS will on the Bth day I of Septem: -

    by entering the race independently.We scrub hardwoods do not first take the Special Master la Chancery. A. D. 1U24. prvaent to tho Honorable Coo" y i
    office at Starke Florida. I JOE HILL WILLIAMS. Judge of Bradford County Jflorldo. her Inu, '
    Mr. and Mra. E. E. and chil-
    , i Burncy
    , have no patience with independents ground the long-leaf ?seedlings will Solicitor fur Complainant. 6- -tt-7-4 .turn. account and vouchera oe Admin .,- I
    = =
    - dren and Mr. and !Mrs. George Anderson tratrlx uf the estateof Joe DuracherJ o" I II
    j', B. 8. MATTHEWS_____----_.________Owner.J. of any kind. We are Democrats spring up by the thousand after the NOTICrTor. PPW'ATIOS- TAX DEED I ceased, and at said time then and then mi
    : und as such we call on every other are spending two week campingat Lut-KIt SECTION 573 OP THE '{application to the said judge for a final a,'. I
    , C. ROII1NBON ._____._Managing Editor. ;
    ; '
    -- first seed ,
    lake. crop.J. GENERAL HTATL'Th3Notica 'tlement of her administration or said CKUtaa t
    ;,; Democrat to stand by the colors, and KJngsley .la hereby given that T. J. Alderman auch administratrix and for an order u \

    r. i when the voters proclaim for a man in Rev. Simpson of Starke filled his purchaser of part nf Tat Certiflcate No. liJD, charging. here aa such admlniatratrlxUutvd .
    PUBLISHED EVERY:: FRIDAY dated the 7th day of July. A haj, thia 3rd day of July. A. D. 1924.
    such 3trong terms as they did for Mr. regular appointment at the LawteyM. L. FRAZEE bled said: eertilirata I In my; IIrcl and:i has:: OKfr.LLA CISKOWSK1Administratrix ,

    Green we he must be all right E. Church South Rev. Simpson mado application\ for tax deed to Issue in accordance at the uHtat"
    : SUBSCRIPTION say I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR with law. Said certificate embiacrathe of Joe Duracliurl dreeu< '
    : RATE nnd, our vote goes for him.-Gaines- will every Sunday nftormncn at 4:00 following dracrlhed property situated In A. Z. ADKINS.

    f o'clock until further notice. Everybody AT LAWPOSTOFFICE Bradford' County, Florida, tov.it: Lots 1. 2. Attorney. 7-4-1 .
    " Pee Year ____ _. _. __________ fl.50 ville Daily Sun. I :344. see 22, Tp. H, S. K. JJ E., containing I ;
    I ia Invited to attend these serv- BUILDING lUll acres, more or leaa.Tha NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

    Six Months _______ 75oU. I LAWTEY ices. I said land being assessed at the data Department of The Interior U. S Land
    I STARKE, FLA. of the issuance of such certificate In the nama Office at Gainesville, Florida June 14. 111.,

    " ._ -- .. Of Melroao Mfg. Co. NOTICE la hereby given that David .
    -- -- -- ----- --- B Tanner
    i Lawtey, July 4.-Frank Browning : PINE HILL il Unless laid certillcatu shall be reiloemedancordlng I' of Highland rlorlda. who on November:

    '! <>f East Palatka was a visitor to Law- NOTICE or SALE to law. tax died will Issue thereonon 20). 1920. made Homestead Entry, No 01601' ,
    Pine Hill July 4.-R. II. Green The Board of Public Instruction of Bradford the 28th day of July A. D IVH. for North half of Northeast .quarter aectlt" n
    and ueal this
    ofllclal I '
    | t tty Saturday. Witness signature
    I county, Florida will receive bid up to my 10.) Township Ova South Range twentythroeEast
    made business trip to Jacksonvillelast the .Mrd day of June. A. V. 10J4Q. lallahaaaee Meridian, haa filed
    a notn,
    "' noon July 7, 1V24. for the .. of Cuon school W. ALDERMAN.

    I tr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Moore and Mr. week.J. I' bullillnu.mny or The all board bid. reserve tha rjuht;. to retject (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. of Intention:claim to to make the thrce.year land above proof lb" :totvtablwh i I
    C. A. KNIGHT '
    I .11,1.1. T. Moore were visitors to E. Clemons shipped a carload of i ilL L. W. KICKLITER. Deputy Clerk. before Clerk Circuit Court at Green Co.
    B. WIGGINS Chairman.8tcr.tary. Springe. Florida, on the 31at day of Ju1U24. "
    : Hi, "nk<'r Saturday. watermelons last week.W. e-H-lit.7-4 6-2T-ot-7-25 .
    Claimant namea aa wltneasca:
    L. Pinholster attended the I NOTICE OP TAX EQUALIZATION I MAS TEH'S: BALE LONME CAH1EK of Highland.! Fbi' ii
    Mr. Snub Reddish left Monday for Hereby notice ja given that under and by W. M AUSTIN of Highland. llarlda.
    Union meeting at Raiford Friday, The board of county commlaaionera of Bradford *
    inckMcinville/ \irturo of that certain final dwrw, uf foreolousrumade NOAH STARLING, of Lawtuy. Florid.
    where she will
    spend a Saturday and Sunday. county. Florida will meet at the court by the judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit RICHARD L. WRIGHT. of t.awley. HorihGEORGE
    fi'w weeks with relatives. hoot,. In tlia elerk'a office Monday. July 7. of Florida. In Chancery hitting.. In the C. CROM
    No. 4984 Fred Green attended the Union 1024. aa a board of equallsera for the purpoaeof Circuit Court far Bradford County Florida, He.I..r.820.6t.7.18 .
    and toatlmony
    I heating"' compialnta receiving of June. A. D. 1 24. In
    the 27th. day >
    (Mau.oership In National Highway 1 A. J. Mitchell of Jacksonville the meeting at Raiford Saturday, and aa to the value of fixed any property the' real on favor of larmere A Dealers Bonk a corporation -I
    or peraiinnl. or mixed aa by county J. J. NOTKE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX :
    and DEED
    complainant against
    Providence as
    at Sunday.
    Association weather visitor to for the 11U4 avalnat. the
    ) I man, was a Lawtey tax aaaesaor year bUrrricka' ct a la., aa defendanta. DNUEK: SECTION: 579 OF THE
    R. II. Green and son Russell motored own.r or agentS of auch
    ' Friday.F. J. gTSSwMLEft The undersigned as Special Mauler will GENERAL STATUES.
    Ordinarily a woman is afraid of a to see J. H. Green of Guilford, who Chairman' of Board.ALDERMVN. offer! for aale in front of the Courthouae Hereby notice la given that T 3. Aldermu.
    I door In Starkc, Florida, during the legal purchaser" of tax sale certificates. numbti". d I Iu
    . tnouHe, but not if she promised to II. Long of Starke was transacting has been sick for a few dUYI.lloogesGreen. AttraCtU. w.' hour at toile on Monday the 4th, day of .vctily| 66- 86. ss. 13U% lilT .'18.Jl _.I

    love, honor and obey him.-Nelson business in town Saturday. Clerk and Auditor. 6-20-3U7-4 August A. D 1UJ4. to the highest and beatbidder ( 264 2HS and 274 issued by the Tax Co].
    for ....h. the following described property "li"tor of Bradford County. Florkia. Said "itrtiflcatea -
    News. I Mr. Evon Wlnfield hodges and Miss\ NOTICE OP ELECTION al.uawd in Bradford County. Florida being' dated July 3. 11)22, and huvi
    ... .. described In paragraph nurabtr tiled said certificates In olTice
    said propurily and havemadv
    -4-- I Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. and Mra.I the law
    vested In
    quietly by
    Ruby Mae Green were mar- By the power them uiii. two and three to be sold severally. application" for tax deed to issue in

    Fannie Flapper says Martin and I E. L. Biggs of Starke visited relatives ried Sunday, June 22nd, at 11 o'clockin of Florida the Board Florida of .Public calls an Instruction election ofBradford to 1 The SWl. of the NEL4 and NWV4 of accordance with law.
    I eounty.
    I the SE' and the N'j' of the NE'. of thoSE I Hnid certiHcatee rmpectlvety embraces
    \ Green won out/on their looks I here I lb. Cason achoolheuie, Saturday, July
    good Friday. held
    the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. at \. of Suction 2J Township 8. South. Range following Innils in Bradford County, Floridaajtsesaed ,
    but aha be if she I I 6. for the' purpoae of determiningwhether IDI l,... at the date of the
    'I doggone can figure Green. ''or not otiona 25. 28, 27, 34. 85. 83, Twp. 'U hu t cuntnining arm more or Issuance of suclicertitlcatea
    , I SWof the NW' of Section 23 In the
    how Catts came out second along thin I Mrs. Ed Galloway and children left Mr. Hodges is fi life long citizen of I IB R 22 1:. also Sec(lone. 1, 18. 13, Twp. 9 tat S I Township 2. The 4. South. Range 20, Eaat. containing particularly, names Bet forth reapectlvely to-wit' : hereinafter
    .hall be created Into epeclal
    < line of reasoning.-Macclenny Stand last week for their home In Nashville, this and is highly esteemed by school B 22 E dietrlct, to elect three truateea a and to 40 acres more or boa ; Also The NWV4 Certificate No 50 embraces S'.. of SW'' ,.

    "; ,- art!. Ttnn., after spending several weeks county dittormina the mill.". to be ......ed for the lof tho SW'i of Section il Township 8. South Sec 11. Tp. 8. S. R. 21 E.. SO ..r... usavailed .
    all who know him. I of Range 10 East containing 40 acres more A. B. Alvarec.Certificate .
    , here with her parents, !Mr. and !Mra. I next. two J. Alderman yeara.I B. T. Fortner Guy Alder.man 1 or l less : Also': SU, of the: NEVt of the SE'i No. 66 embrace SVj of BWI.,
    Miss Green is the charming young of Section jj. Township 8. South of Range 20 and C. of lot 19 of blk 6 A Sub dlv A. U.
    :; The Self-starter Independent candidate Charles Dinkins. daughter of Mr. and Mr. D. J. O. I n.n..ra.H. L. W. KICK LITER. East containing 40 acres more or 1_. C. D. E. F. of lot 1 of blk 19 A sub dlv A.

    for who thinks he Is B WIGGINS. Chairman. 1. The NI-J of the SWk, of Section 22.Townahip B, C. D. E. F of lot 8 of blk TO A Sub div,
    ilo< fl. congress Green. |I 0.U-st7-4 6, South Range. 20( East containingBO A. B. of lot 2 ft sub dlv A. B, of lot 4 or
    Mills Edna Secretary.
    Strickland of
    ;;; running against Judge Green, of Wymaumais Mr. and Mrs. Hodges will reside on acres more or 1 less blk 19 In Sampson City See 4 Tp. 7 S. R

    :: : Starke the Democratic nominee in spending a few days here with rela. NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR R. A. Green 21 E.. assessed, R L. FarrellCertificate .
    " Mr. Hodges farm here. Special Maater No 3D aub dlv A, I It.
    : this district was never more mistaken tives. I (For Final Discharge) E. M. JOHNS. C. D. E i. of lot 1 of : k"i7n Sampson City l :
    " Our community congratulates them In r. Eitate of I I Solicitor for Complainant. ...... 4. Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E.. aaaeased K. L. Far
    , in all his life. He's not running. E. S. Matthews of Starke was in and wish them many yeats of love and Notice ELY is hereby HICKS.liven, to I alt whom .It may 7-4-51-8.1 rail.Certificate
    " Green's -running and he is slowly the of A. D. No. 139 embraces NEV4: of SW'',
    that Slat dar July.
    town business together. concern on
    on Wednesday. prosperity NOTICETO 'NE
    ex J a in cor., Sec 22 Tp S. R. ..JE
    ',> bringing up the rear. Suwannee. 1DJ4. I shall apply to the Honorable R. A. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : .. 38 acrea aaaeased J. S. MathsCertificate ,
    .' Green. Judge of aaid Court, .. Judge of You will hereby. take notice, that I will up No.
    187 embrace of SE'
    WOODLAWN NW'/i .
    Democrat. was a visitor to Gaines Probate far my anal discharge as administrator -
    on the 2Hth D. 1924 nla mypetition of SE'. at NEi-i of SW'. of SE.,. Sec. li
    , ., of the estate of Ely Hloka" deceased ..adth.t dpj'"f t:1"ih.A'H:
    -0--- ville Sunday. time he will hla EI.th:; A. V. 11>. 6. S. K. 22:. E., 20 ...r... assessed Fred
    Woodlawn, July 4.-J. S. Phillips at the same present Long Circuit Judga of the Judicial Frledenberg.Certificate.
    ; : We cast vote for Eugene S. final accountS aa administrator of said
    our of Florida for an order of adoptionfor
    Circuit .
    , Miss Vernice Williams of Jacksonville of Miami is here visiting his parents, astata, and aak for their approval. Marie Fullwood. a .girl child of the age of of No. 218 embraces N(lit of SW'4'
    SWl ex 2 a In NE A for
    : Matthews of Starke for Railroad A. D. 1824. cor .x 1 a.
    is spending a few weeks here Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips, this Dated May 19. R. B. RICKS.B23.8t7.18 six years, the said child having been abano church aec. 33. Tp. 6, S. R. 22 E 18 a. .....
    Commissioner, having known Genefor doned and left In my custody at her birth. 'ed H.0.. Gnann.Certificate .
    with her Mr. and week. Administrator.IN C. CARTER.
    grandparents Mra. MRS. J.
    . No. 224
    embraces of SE'
    the SEL4 ,
    past thirty-five and
    I years Norman the week- I Dated this the 25th day of June Sec 84. Tp. 8. S. R. 22
    G. W. Stokes. Miss Lois spent CIRCUIT COURT. BRAI- E.. 40 acres, aiHeHsed -
    knowing him to be a real friend to the AU-lJ4 Tom Davis.Certificate .
    end in Jacksonville the guest of Mr. FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. R.A.GREEN.AIlOney .
    No. > '
    226 embraces
    S of NE'
    : common people. In the capacity of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goodfellow and and Mrs. W. II. Norman. I BRADFORD COUNTY BANKUk for petitioner. 4 EUj of NE'<. of NWS..... 4 36 Tp I,,

    Railroad, Commissioner we feel sure children spent Friday and Saturdayin A. CORPORATION, 6-27-51-7-25 S. R. 22 E, 100 ........ assessed T. J. Alder
    Lonnie of Lawtey was a I'LAINTIFF
    J. E.
    man. Futoh. L. M. Langley.
    .. he will prove an a Het to the people. Jacksonville and at Pablo Beach.W. here afternoon. NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX UEEDNotice Certificate No. 254 embrace nil WVj of

    Macclenny Standard. visitor Sunday VS. BRA G-It\li1A .) MBUNL& !SE'' of SW""/, W of Ry.. ..... 80 Tp. f. S.
    .' L. Overetreet and children of !Miss Louiebell Carter was the guestof E. W. WilliamsDEENDANr. I I STATUES. R. 22 f;. 7 ........, assessed Walter Whitten.Certificate .
    -0- la teby given that J. Ti. Howe. Nn 288 embrace N. 820 ft
    . _I Governor Hardce, Commissioner Starke were visitors hero Thursday.Mr. friends in Starke Sunday after- TO THE AROVK NAMED -FENDANT purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 181. dated of NEl nf SWl -10 a. A< E 44S ft of
    - noon. AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED:: : I the 3rd day of July A. D. 1022. has Bled SE', of SW..J 14 a SUj of NWVt ofSE'
    r .. Mayo, Attorney General Buford are t"thn ach f.r''I:: are hereby notified: 1, said certificate In my office and made application ,, ex W 4 a: 'wt., of SW'4 of SE,
    and Mrs. R. R. Thcde and children Strickland of Wisuma 1 ia above .t Instituted In .
    Miss Edna th wee for tax deed to iaaue in accordancewith &S',. of NE'. of SE', ex 5 a. In NE corN .
    the state otriclalti! who did their
    among motored to arlton Beach Sunday visiting at the home of her uncle, !Mr.J. the above Rtyled court on tho Uth day otA I law Said, certificate embraces the following of Ry. Sea 13. Tp. 5. S. P. 22 E.. 75
    1II..t A. D. I 1U23 and this day a writ .
    . full duty In putting a quietus on the on I di-acrilM-d property aitimted In Bradford acres, assessed Brooklyn Land Co.
    { afternoon.Mr. S. Norman.G. or attachment hue "been duly issued therein County.; Florida tn-wit : Lot HI In Wood. Certificate No. 274 .embrace SWL', of NEL,
    I : embargo placed on Florida watermelons A. E. Pierce of nod levied by the sheriff. of Bradford county I la,,'n. ....,. 13 T|>. B. S. R 22 E 10 a........ "tees 10 a. In NE cor A E'.., of NW'4' A "''El.
    June 1924.
    A. Anderson the 20lh day of A.
    ;: loaded in cars with pine straw nnd, Mrs. dwarda and J. II. rlorlda.the on following described rvnl estate inIjrnlfrd The said land being asseiieed at the date of RWI.,& !SF'' of SW'' :lens in a. ,In gcor
    Lawtey were visitors here Sunday. upon 'of the Issuance of such certificate I In the nameof .. Sec 24. To 8. S. R 22 E, 180 a seeeed
    x : bedding, and, they took up the work Moore were visitors to Jacksonville county florid TO-WIf: { Mrs. T>. O Tabor LTnlraa said certificate Brooklyn Land Co.
    Miss Lillian Browning Is visitingher Wont half of Northeast quarter of North. 'shall, be redeemed according to law tax deed lint.. said certificates hall be rodeemnlnccordinic
    c'i with so much aeal and energy that Monday rut quarter of Northwest .iiuaru. ; and the
    sister !Mrs. W. L. Vallnl'r.1.1 Eaat half of the Southeast quarter of South. l I will .inane thereon on the 6th dny of August, to law. tax deed will Isaiio. thereonon
    'f; i success crowned their efforts before west in Section 2tt Township 7, i I I A. D. 1924.Witness the 6th day of August. A. D 1924
    : ,;' the embargo had r n opportunity to H. S. Hall of Plant City was the Jacksonville.Dr. I South '|tinrter.Hanire 22 E. my official signature and seal, this Witness my official signature and seal, this,

    .: guest Saturday and Sunday of Mr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey was a ,Aim Lets Seven and Eight. In Subdivision I I the 4th day ai July. A. D. 1024 the 4th day of July A. D. 1924.
    !\ amount to anything. Had they been nf Southwvat quarter of Southwcat. quarter I 2.'t ALDERMAN.Seal derelict In their duty It would have and) Mrs. Charles Gunter. visitor here Sunday. Section 20. Township 7, South range IM E. I ( ) Circuit. Court. Seal\) Clerk Circuit Court

    ; cost tho growers thousands of dollars The many frlend of A. A. Smith Miss Beatrice Philips spent Satur- (' Also. in Lot Smuhhalf Eight of of Block Southeast Eight, InLlncolnIty. quarter. I Bradford Bv C. A.County KNIGHT Florida.' Bradford By C. A.County KNIGHT Florida

    ,,.' ." to have complied with the unjust are glad to learn that he Is able to be day at Theressa the guest of relatives. !South Went of Range Railroad. 22 E.In Section" 32, Township 8, I 7.4.St-8-1 Deputy Clerk 7.4.6t81NOTICE Deputy Clerk

    'J) Georgia law, and many thousands in out again after being confined to his News reached here Monday of the You and, each of you are hereby required

    : home for several weeks. death of Mrs. R. II. Green which occurred to appear In aald cause on Monday the First
    : I. delaying shipments. Suwannee I Soy of September A. D. 19 i4, and thereinfail
    at her home in Jacksonville be entered aaainatOWlln
    " nut Judgment will
    ; Democrat or Notice In hereby given that the following described lands wIll be arId at public auctionon I

    . -0- Mrs. H. L. Harman und friend, Miss Sunday evening. She has many friend* .a. the Honorable A. V. Lone Judge the FIRST MONDXY In AUGUST. 1924. it being the 4th day of said month before the

    >. Randolph of Jacksonville, were visitors here whoare sor.ry; to learn of her an .1.0 C, W Alderman. Clerk and the sealof Courthouse Door at Starke. In Bradford county. State of Florida, or ao much thereof a'
    Did you ever pause in the postof- thin Court .. Starka Florida. this the Slat will be necessary to pay tha amount due for axes act opposite the tame together with the
    here Sunday.V. of such sale and! advertlalng.
    death. coat C. A. FUTCH Tax Colleelor.
    , fico long enough to take it squint' at day of June A. D. 192.

    ':,: the waste basket, or the floor shortly R. Reddish! -and Will Hargrove D. B. Browning Jacksonville was Tuesday.a business (Seal) (I.Cleric w. ALDERMAN.of A. Circuit KNIGHT" Court Description ..... T. R. A. Owner TaxfaeV
    Visitor to By C. Costa
    ;? lifter number of have
    a people received were transacting busness in Starke Deputy Clerk

    't : their mail ? If you have, you 6-27-101-8-28 Com inn ft w of NE cor of Wit
    Monday. I of NW SEVt of NELL A run .
    l' ----- -
    t \ were probably struck by the number ORDER FOR PUBlICATION S 245 t./ 100 ft N 245 ft E 100

    c, ".. (If circular and form letters and hand Mack Howard came home from Bradford, July ".-Mr. and Mrs. In Circuit Court. State of Florida, Elahlh ft to heir _____--_--_____--.__._---as e S3 Richard Reynold ...----..... 5.21Oeneva
    , Judicial Circuit." Bradford County, In chancery. Com 2110) ft W. of NE coy of Wlfc! of
    bills that littered it up. In fact, you Jacksonville and spent Sunday with N'ewsoine and children returned to NWt. of SEt;. of NEl-i' A run S

    their home in Sunday H. Q. Alderman 243 ft W 100 ft N 245 ft E 109
    were struck with the fact his family here. St. Petersburg ___.
    Complainant. ft to be* ..--. .- -_.--__ 2> I 12 Towns
    that of them hud been thrownin after spending several days In our Lotl blk I orIginal, town _.- g.7
    ninny u, I --- ------------- M Morgan .
    original town ..___... ...._. """"" 2.91
    I' Lot 3 hilt I
    Andrew J. Phillips at a), Mra. Flmir Morgan"
    the section.C. __.____
    basket as they were removed The annual picnic of the it!. E. Lot 2 blk 7 original town __. 8017nkEGn.C..rC.C"OV
    Defendanta. : -------- ---------
    from the envelope the recipient never Church, South Sunday school was !M. Andrew was a visitor to To Andrew J. Phlllpa. A. J. Film.... S. A. Lot 7 blk 11 L., T. A Co. add -------------- | 42.45
    Lane David Bflregff. Lot 12 blk 16 L., T. A dna add ._ --"-""-" U 67
    Laura O ,
    Lane and wife --------- D. s. Wheeler }.
    ", hiking the trouble to give them a held at Strickland's resort at Kings? Hampton Saturday.T. Hester A. Ore.... administratrix of Lot II blk in L.i.I3i;: t"C"i.------- I\lro. H. R. Alderm"t ---=::::::::: 13'O
    i: *
    second look. Hut did you notice that ley lake last Thursday and was enjoyed T. Hazen and family motored the retOte of David B Grevn, d...,..... .
    wife F. M McRae, Robert A Co'a add _
    I A. McKna -- --- ------ ------ -- M. Frank
    you don't see anyone throwing news- by all who went.. through our burg Sunday.L. I! Archer.; J. M }.. I If living and If dead Lot 7 blk 32 L.. T. A Co'a; a.l.l .-----------.. Je A. Howe Starling ?________ 331
    _. ....nte... other claim Lot 4 blk I I... T. A Co'a cub dlv 48
    .; Jffipers especially tho home town A. Brown of Brooker motored the helm. d."a. or ------- -- John I.'kep-----------------. S'49
    otherwise, and to all unknown parties Wtj blk S L. T. A CD'. .uh dlv -- --.----
    anti or --------- store .
    newspaper in the waste bn ket or on Mrs. Roscoe Strickland and childrenof hroiDth our section Friday. enroute to claiming any Interest whatsoever In the landaI Wi.j lots 1.2 ft all Iota 3 A4 blk 17 cox --..-.._.._.__..--- 7 17
    I herein described defendants, the residence ofI W' Iota l-i A all lots 4 blk 18
    the floor Did you notice that news- Wymauma are spending a few days Worthington> Springs.Mr. I I whom are unknown I.. 1-. A Cos cub dlv u.-.----------.--.- H. P. Pull ham

    papers are always curried away in- here with here mother, !Mrs. Louise and Mra. C. 11. New ome ac- GREETINGS required to Lot 2 blk 31 L T A fo's sub' dlv :--------- FannIe Lloyd, :::::::::1.:"!.'' 21 2.11Llllia '1
    You and cacti of you are hereby Ixjln 1 A 2 or Eta blk 82 L. T. A I
    : .to n,1 of tossed away ? Well right Lowery. Mr. Strickland came with compained by the bitters sister, Miss be and to appear before the Judge. of the Con Sub dlv .-_..n-____.____.___.__........ Sander I
    there Is them Thursday and returned home Vndrew motored to Jacksonville Wednesday Circuit Court In and for Bradford County. [.ota I 4 J or Eta of blk 8S L. T. ACo -------.----- g 37
    a mighty good argument in Florida on the 7th day of July. A. D. 1924..t '14 rtub div __..__u.u.u__.____ Sam I
    favor of advertising In the home-town Saturday. returning Friday..J. the Court 110..... In said County In Starke. Lota 1 A 2 blk 84 L. T, A Co'. sub TIaon -.----------...----.5795am

    : I'nper. The circular letter.-a costly T. Harrell, C. M. Andrew and C.H. I htbited Florida agalnat to anawer you a HI Bill aald of Court Complaint by H..G... N"j,'liv' hlk- 38- -L._u T---A---Co'a-----sub---divRika ----u.__._.._... p. M.Ttson ...._.i____..-...- ::111 I

    form of J. II. Rowe spent Sunday in Jack- Newsome visitors to the j Alderman' 37 A AH L T & Co'a sub dlv Kherson .
    ; advertising-goes Into the were I < ----- -- A. O.: ( :::: :: :: : ill; ,
    sonville where hia family It spending : The Bradford County Telegraph, a weekly Hlk' :II I ) L 'T. A Co'a sub dlv _..--.-----.-. E. E. Snel..I
    waste basket. Just the town paper county seat Tuesday. I newvpaper. published in Starke. Bradford I, Lota i A ShUt 41 L. T.&Co'ssub. H

    goes into the home. Remember that a few days.E. A. E. Rahorn of Gainesville was in County. Florida la hereby designated aa thenewspaper lIv .. ___u.n_____________________ Eo E.
    In which this notica shall be "'n1I 4 11
    IottbikldL.T&Cossubdiv, ______ --"" '*" '
    and spend your advertising money our section Saturday.C. I published for eight consecutive weeks. Hlk 44 L. T. A Corn sub dlv ___n__.u.______ Jall'te A. J.nklno'nntlir T" .n.. """ IJT
    Richardson of Umatilla is a The landa deaerlbed la the Bill of Complaintin O I..MIII ii..
    aceonlingly.-r-Sebrlng White Way. H. Newsome and family were Nt.hik45L'I'&Co'esubdiv: ---------- H. a. Pogford ::::::::: ""
    guest this week of his daughter !Mrs.L. this causa. the< title to which la sought to Lota 1 A J et W SO ft bib I 47 L '1'. :----:"II 5.IIFannia
    -0RT.'oil guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrew ,i be quieted agalnat the above defendant. are A Cos aub dlv'
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    A. Marr. particularly described as folIo... ; to-witt V'SOftIotlblkl7LT.&C&a: McCall ____?.?_____ 77Francea -
    1; : / ICY TilE :NOMINEE of Pine Hill Tuesday evening. I I All of that portion of lot 11. lyIng. north of sub div .-- .uun.n..______. .
    : .\TLI. | a line described aa follows : Commencing at a lot I blk le L T A Co'a sub divLot Williams 3.
    TIMES: -
    Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson of LONG: LEAF PINE= CAN RESEED post on the north boundary of lot 11. 100 ft. 2 blk M L. T. A Co'a sub dlv Raymon Jaekaon .. g ;S;]
    4. ----------- '
    C I I west of the northeast corner of said lot. run. Lacy Enallsh _: IIIIIIIIII: 5 4t
    Starke Lot 1 A Wlj of.lnt 3 blk 1 THnpleaadd --
    were guests Wednesday of I
    4! There seems to be some desire on ITSELF I, fling on a course south B9 deareea west .0.... -----\__.u.n_______.________.
    their dl&ughterrs.. George Ander I aaid lot to weat boundary of aame --
    the of I ------ -- ----------- '
    part some peopleto I more or less) and the south half of lot 8I H. A. Shaver ________
    I The Alabama Commission of Forestry Lot 14 blk 29 twice add .. w'a' o. 25.42LotIbtkSlPe.kesdd
    son. -- -------- -- -- u
    Democratic party in Florida. I i tiO acres) and 12 acres in the southwest corner .. .. Norman .._._ j 12
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    is occasionally alike why longleaf I of "lot A and lot 12 ((32 cereal) except teem In Lot 9 blk 15 Pecks add .. H. S. Norman -- i 59
    Either ----- -- ------- ------ -------- '
    they are misguided as regardsto the southeast corner All In Section 88. Tp. 5. M .
    ; Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and children of does not reproduce itself. It I.ots d.7-1 blk C. RisIng add .----- am Marvlck --- i tP. -
    pine .... "
    S. R. ti: E.. containing altogether 84 D. Rlcka 5lAl
    what Is right or they don't give a Lota 3 A. 4 or W", blk 84 L. T. --- *.
    Jacksonville are spending a few days I" pointed out that over large arealfrom more or 1 leas aj the aame appears In that A Co's cub dlv .uo.__ __n___.....______
    recorded In No.
    cuss, and just plunge headlong into here with relatives.Truby which longleaf pine has been cut on certain page deed 208, of the Public Deed Recorda Book of Bradford I-, W). blk 41 I,. T. A Co' nun div ....__._ Hoover Cit Merrick .--___ 10',
    difficulties that mark them for the County, Florida.W One lot 105a square In SW sot of -_____IIIIIIIIII 2.ISE.

    FI ? "crap heap" right on the face of it. Willis and family motored to other the new species growth of pine often or of consist scrub hard of 30tb .day_of my April.hand A.and D.seal 1524.lor office this the Com SWV at SW nfssWtt cor of Madison- ;-'-and-;;-M:28;; t U. W. Drlimra. E t _____..____ i O!

    t We refer to the fact that there is West Palm Beach last week where O W. ALDERMAN. tle at. A run Sns ft W IDS ft
    woods By some it Is belived that (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. ..C S lot ft W ins ft N 310 ft to
    : .'nov an independent candidate In the Mr. Willis has secured employment. pine.seeds For Bradford County:: Florida.A. Madison st. thence E on said at.

    i-,: against lion. R. A. Green. In longleaf really produce an- Z. ADKIN9 Co' bear .-- --- 8 II B.
    : TM.di:2t
    race ft 1sw.; ; C. *, C. S.
    Hartley Johns of Starke visitor other species of pine, such as loblollyor Solicitor for Complainant210t74 210 eor Rolsendorf '__.__ 4 I"B.
    I the campaign just closed the writer was a son A. Myrtle ste A. run S an
    here Saturday.Mrs. shortleaf. Most logging operations NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE Myrtle .t 219 ft W 210 ft M 210
    did not support Mr. Green, but since leave sufficient small defective ft E 210 ft to beg In Gasln'l a

    the people of the district have de- \ or Notice .la hereby given that under and by add _n' n-. .. .--_________ ft I S3E4
    John Howe of Gainesville' i la trees to serve as seed trees. Longleaf virtue of that certain final decree of forecloa- Com 210 ft W of SW eor nf Madison C. A C. S. Holsendorf ______ 4.ITB.

    Jared! by their votes that htf Is the spending a few days here with her pine produces seed only once in u.. made and rendered June 2. 1924 by the A Myrtle eta A run W 210 ft
    nominee: for him Ant last Honorable A. V. Long. Judge of the Circuit: to "...mn..l.nd at. thenca S on
    we are
    daughter, Mrs. A. A. Smith Mr. and from three to seven years. Loblollyand Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida said st 420 ft E 210 ft N 420 ft to
    and all tke time. lIe mode a race Mrs. Joe Starling of Jacksonville la and for Bradford county. Florida. lachancery bear A deeiffnati. on map In Gaa-
    shortleaf pine however, seed .111''''.. In favor of B G. Knot, kIn. add as Clark 2 a blk __29 6 S3S3
    that was a credit to any man and far the guests of relatives here complainant and ...llIAt W. C. Lota l--lH-ld I... --- C. &C.5' .
    Monday. more frequently.' If the longleaf la H'nt. Emily B 20 ft A U a Roltandraf __.._. 412
    better than the majority usually Hunt and Ctiarlea Hunt defendanta, tha undersigned In NE cur of BE'" of SEU leaa

    J. E. Goodfellowleft cut between seed crops, any lobolly r will offer for .. and will cell be. E2nft ---- ...----- __ 99 .
    make. Ills campaign was clean, and Sunday for or shortleaf pines near-by seed fore th. courthouse door at Starka. Bradford I 0 to In !eTy ,?, nf 5y'of" 55V!:i: ..? G C Sweat __'_.________ 3"
    stand by him unreservedly. New York. lie will be gone about two may county. Florida, during the legal hours of w2aorsEvuofs.t. 8 S3tt
    we -
    weeks he* land first. When the next longleaf lala: on Monday, thaSEVE.VXH I One Pot of land *40 y'b N -a--.2'J KJ'II. V TO..11a __.___n______ HSF."l20ar'6I
    1'1> We do not know whether or not his transacting business in the DAY or JULY. i i4. E a w In SE car of
    north lnd east. seed crop occurs, the ground I to the highest and beat bidd. ,.....,.'. for !: -----------------2 8

    eaah. the following deeeribed landa lying and of Nt..I SK "r SE',. --U t 'It T J. Alderman --...___ < Ot
    Pile Ciuea MI o to 14 Day bring In the county of Bradford. State of Lots S A < oik SI J M John'i add"._.._ __ R.J'II M'N. 1':. Mahona _____II" T.U
    Onuulite reftond money If PAlO OTNTMENT faIL Mr. and Mrs. H. Gray and childrenwere To Cure a Cold In On. Day Florida a description of which la aa follows One lot of land .bounded N b,. blk ? M. Sparkman __________._.u- 1 t1

    \ TcedllUar ProttiKilns. Pitevli visitors to Hampton Beach Sun- r... LAXATIVE BROMO QttNIYB IT._ ) J to-wit: RlOrltowtnE&SbyRywb '
    Bird _
    hcllwtl. < .
    'u ego. and twe....". The Sooth Half of the Northeast Quarter at Thompson St. iI. r- ..
    ... .eI...',,. china Pit... and can MopalhaCaaao and wacas aff th .. -. c
    I yxt a
    .y 12
    i ,day. ('ue4. L%C. ..RO VE? < bo& ) ; the Northwest Quarter of Seattoa Twenty tots 5-10 hIlt L. : ; .i.C-1I R. M. ..
    l Mt tWa-:. '' "'.t ""B '' _C "w... a |aaciinwaa ._ _. I nine (I2t. TownaUp Seven (7) Soatfc. Rang* Lou 8-11 bIb 11 L. T ACoVadd"STi ._.__ C. L. Underhlll _. 1148
    r- ,-,-3- bib !...!.' .*., "" N. *ViTtt Ftu py _. 84.

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