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PAGE NO. SIX. THE PALATKA NEWS, PALATES, FLA.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915. AVhere The Money Goes. One of the hardest things for the individual to recognize is the fact of increasing age with all its infirmi ties. About the most difficult matter of comprehension for the average citi zen and tax-payer is that it costs more to run a government, municipal, state or nation, of a million or a hun dred million people than one of ten thousand. Almost every one will re call the huge outcry (largely for po litical effect, of course) that went up when Congressional appropriations for the maintenance of the United States Government first totaled close to one billion dollars annually. There was a time when less than one mil lion was enough, and some could not, or would not, grasp the fact that the nation had grown up. Recently, very recently, there has been some sharp criticism of the cost of maintaining the work of the State Board of Health. The principle com plaint seems to be that it is greater than it used to be tweny-tive years ago. In the first thirteen and a half months of its existence the work of the board cost $11,405.25. During the twelve months of the year 1914, this cost was $120,012.03, or 13.4 cents for each man, woman and chil''; white, black, and yellow, in the state of Florida. The cost of the state government per capita was close to j:j,870ne cent in every twenty-nine of the entire cost of governing Flori da, was expended (o conserve the health of its citizens and their hogs. Now, what has this fund been spent for since March 11, 1889, when the Board came officially into existence? During the first years of this stren uous existence, quarantine stations had to be built, paid for from the funds of the Board. Next the man agement of smallpox in the state wa-s made a part of its duties. The wide pevalence of the disease at that time called for an enormous expenditure and it was not until vaccination was generally adopted by the citizens of Florida," of their own volition (to protect the neighbors against the un wise victim of the ailment) that this financial burden was i.i any measure lifted from the Board, and eventually the reduction of this expense to the state through the agency of vaccina-; tion was ninety-nine per cent. Then came three yellow lever epi demics, two in one year, at Miami and Key West and in 1905 there was another at I'ensacola in which $75, 000.00 was needed to meet the de mands of the emergency. In 1889 the treasury of the Board was bankrupt ed from excessive demands on account: of smallpox in previous years. Following this history in a general chronological order, when the Board by economical administration of its affairs had accumulated a fund of some size for a real fight against tu berculosis, the governor of the state and the comptroller diverted $00,000. 00 from this accumulation to the Pen sion Fund. ' The legislature some years since, provided for the care and treatment of indigent crippled children of the state, and this most splendid charity has wrought and is working today an untold amount of good, but this pro vision was made from the funds of the State Board of Health. The sum comparatively is not large, certainly it is small compared with the results accomplished, but it is a material tax upon the funds of the State Board. In its wisdom, some years ago, the Legislature ruled that the Boar 1, from the fund at its command, must furnish free to the farmers of the state, hog cholera serum. All the farmer had to do was to say lie wanted some of the very expensive medicine, give a general .description of his family of hogs, and the Board was required to supply his demand. It cost close to $20,000 last year to control a disease which affects human beings not at all; it affects only the pocketbooks of a small minority of the people of Florida, the compara tively few who happen to own hogs. 'Why should the money raised by gen- IN ALL OUR NEIGHBORHOOD There Is Hardly A Woman Who Does Not Rely Upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Frinceton.Ill. "1 had inflammation, hard headaches in the back of my neck and a weakness all caused by female trouble, and I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound with such ex cellent results that I am now feeling fine. I recommend the Compoundand praise it to all. 1 shall be glad to have you J publish my letter. There is scarcely a neighbor around me who does not use your medicine. "Mrs. J. F. Johnson, R. No. 4, Box 30, Prince ton, Illinois. Experience of a Xur. Poland.N. Y. "In my experience as s nurse I certainly think Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound is a great medicine. I wish all women with fe male troubles would take it. I took it when passing through the Change of Life with great results and I always re commend the Compound to all my pa tients if I know of their condition in time. I will gladly do all I can to help others to know of this great medicine. " Mrs. Horace Newman, Poland, Her kimer Co., N. Y. If you are ill do not drag along until an operation is necessary, but at once take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you want special advice write J.vdia E. I'inkliam Medicine Co., (cuulidential) Lynn, ?Ius, r vi I : i ' ' 'eral taxation be handed out to the swine owner and not to the man who owns a diseased orange grove? If state funds are properly to be ex pended for private interests, why should it be diverted from the fund specifically raised for the preserva tion of human health? I When a slandered animal is killed under the authority of the state for the protection ot other animals ana of human life, why should the $75.00 paid for such slaughtered animal, be taken from the funds of the State Board of Health? Why should it not be taken from the funds of the Department of Agriculture, or by a special fund provided for the pur pose? The Board pays for the Pasteur treatment in indigent cases for the prevention of hydrophobia in human beings and about one-half of the cases occurring in Florida come un der the indigent classification. It also distributes free to indigents the Jenner vaccine, the anti-typhoid vac cine, also diptheria antitoxin. The State Board of Health, at its annual spring session of 1915 author ized and directed the installation of the system of tuberculosis district nursing, a practical treatment and education in handling this disease, which is designed to take the place of a state sanitarium. The sanita ria system has been found from long experience not to be statewide bene ficial in the general treatment of the disease, and the open air treatment under trained instructors is vastly more effective. The new plan of dis trict nursing is a charge upon the funds of the Board. The legislature of 1915 authorized the Board to undertake a state-wide campaign of education on health matters, by the use of the already famous "health train." Practical visual instruction by expert teachers is to be given in every part of Flori da that is reached by railroads, and this method is known to be cheaper and vastly more effective than any other means. This expense will be large, but the results will be worth all the cost. The Board also has considered it necessary to erect a $20,000 building at Pensacola for laboratory purposes, Thp Rnard maintains nt. five central i noints in the state laboratories where poiius in tne stdtt ldLTOiacoiies wntic oiiielv ncpurntp nml eelnntine Hptppmi. quick accurate and scientific determi nations are made of disease germs through samples of blood submitted from the persons of patients. This work is of incalculable value to the doctors of the state and through them to the people, in diagnosing disease. The administration of the work of the Board calls for a large aggregate of salaries. The same is true of ev ery institution, mercantile or educa tional, which requires for its success the services of trained experts nnd specialists. The specialist is rightly an pvnpnsivp man. and whn is willing to entrust the general health ot lMon- da citizens to anv but experts: From the beginning of its work i-i c ,l r i , every expenditure of the Board has been recorded and these records have been preserved. They are open to the . , . inspection of every citizen and tax-1 paver of the State. Such inspection, intelliirentlv. hnnestlv and fair! made, would disarm long distance ! criticism, whether it be mude for po litical purposes or from the attituue of the Irishman who didn't know what the law was, but anyway lienal described in paragraph d abov was agin it. Bulletin state Board of Health. i' 4!,,, i.,Ki;n or r...,i T .u ' lun uuii, x unc iu7 nuiiiuiai.tui - I ers of t'ha.nlie! Iain's Colic. Cholera I .,A n;., ,.,.!,., pmQ,l .v,l nf,t..t nuarter of the nortneast quarter,. "r'ltitnrie " writes Airs T N With- giatlturte, writes -MI s, . 1 . i. V ltn- erall, Gowanda, When I began ! taking this medicine I was in great 1 j..i; 4 :i.i.. ,i., : jtuin rtiitt iceinig Lti i iitiv iti, tiuc to , an attack of summer complaint. Af ter taking a dose of it I had not long j th to wait for relief as it, benefitted me almost immediately." everywhere. Obtainable Every man has his field of use fulness, but lots of them are too lazy to climb the fence. NOTICE. l. Take notice that I will on the first Thursday of October, 1915, or as soon thereafter as I may be heard, apply for an order restoring a pardon here tofore revoked in the matter of John A H.n II who was convicted nf Rane at the Fall term of the Putnam Circuit V OUIL 111 liitu. untune tiemiing iiiuy then be heard on the merits of the application. WILLIAM C. HODGES, 2t Attorney for Petitioner. Notice of Application for Tai Deed I ntler Section N of Chapter 4SK, LnnH of Florida. NOTICE is hereby given that it C. liurce, purchaser or Tax Certllictile No. im. tinted t lie 7th thty ot July. A.I), lul:!, has filed said certificate in my office, sod has made application for tax deed to issue in accordance with law. Said certiticittt: embraces the follow ing described property, situated in fiit nam county. Florida, to-wit: NW -i of NV 't. Heel Ion .'''.. Township 111, s. KaiiKe :'4 K.. tnneres. The saitl land being assessed nt the date of issuance of such certificate in the imme of New Houth Km'in A HoineCo. Cnb-ss said Certificate shall be re de. -ne'd according to law. tax deed will issue tliereonon the ',tli day of Hepteinber. A.I'. It'lV Witness my official signature and riesi t his t lie titli finv of August, A.l. lul'i. I SEAL) HENRY HCTCHINKON Clerk Circuit Court. Putnam Co.. Fla. By H. Hutchinson. Jr.. D. C. otlee of Application for Tax Dred I nder Seellon M of Chapter l,mi of Florida. NOTICE Is hereby given that wnllnni Hurdlck purchaser of Tax Certlti ente No. 5Ti. dated tiie 2nd tiav of Jun A. 1., 1W i2 has filed snld certificate In my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue in accordance with law. Said certificate embraces the follow ing described property, situated in t'utnam county, Florida, to-wit: t of N '4, Hecllon 2::, Township 9, S. Raiine 3D K.a-t, so Acre". The said land being assessed at the date of Issuance of such certificate in tne nameof L. II. Hart. Unless said certificate shall be re deemed according to law. tax deed will Imus therean on the 13th day of September A. 1)., mis. Witness my official signature and leal this the Mth day of August A. P., 1U1&. (SEAL) HENRY HUTCHINSON Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co.. Fla. By H. Hutchlnaon. Jr.. D. C. NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a Special Election will be held in Bost wick Drainage District, Putnam Coun ty, Klorida, tne boundaries o' saia District being fully set out In Chnpter 6640 as amended by Chapter 7092, Laws of Florida, on September 7th, A. D. 1915, to detemine whether or not bunds to the amount of $25,000.00 shall be issued and sold and the proceeds derived therefrom used for the drain age and reclamation of the lands in said Drainage District. In general terms, the description and proposed location of the canals to be constructed are as follows: a. Canal beginning in Bee Pond in the northeast quarter of Sectlor one, Township 9, South of Range 26, East, thence in a northwesterly direction to the first branch in the southwest quar ter of Section 36, Township 8, South of Range 26, East. b. Canal beginning at Bear Ray Ir southwest qaurter of Section 36, Town ship 8. South of Range 26. East, thence northeasterly through said Section 36, and Sections 31, 30, 40, 29, 20 and In 21 to Cedar Creek. c. Canal beginning atMoccasln Bay In the southwest quarter of Section 18, Township 8, South of Range 27, East, thence in a southeasterly direction through said Section 18 and Sections 19 and 20. Township 8, South of Range 27, East, to the canal described in para graph b above. d. Canal beginning In Hogan's Bay In the Northeast quarter of Section 6, Township 9, South of Range 27, East, thence in a northeasterly direction through said Section 6 and Sections 31, 32 and in Section 29, Township 8, South of ltange 27, East, to canal described ir paragraph b above. e. Canal beginning in Frank Bay in southeast Quarter of Section 32. Town ship 8. South of Range 27, East, thence In a nortneriy nirecnon tnrougn saia Sectloh to canal described in para graph d above. f. Canal beginning In the southeast quarter of Section 25, Township 8, South of Range 26, East, thence east erly through said Section 25, mil In Section 30, Township 8, South of Range 27, East, to canal described In para- :l,.h b above. g. Canal beginning at the center of the southeast quarter of Sectl r J4. Township 8. South of Range 26. East, thence southeasterly through said Sec tion 24 and Section zr. Townsnip s. South of Ran.fe 26. East, and In Section 30. Township 8. South of Range 27. East, to canal dc-scrbed in paragraph b above. h rnnnl hoc-Inning at the center of the southwest quarter of Section 19, Township 8, South of Range 27. Enst, thence- southeasterly through said Sec tion 19 and in Section 30, Township 8. South of Range 27. East, to canal de scribed in paragraph o anove. 1. Canal beginning In the northern part of the southwest quarter of Sec tion 20. Township 8. South of Rnnge 27 Wict thenee in a northeasterly drec- tin in said nuarter section to the crt- nal described in paragraph h above, canal beginning at Summerland J . .... , ....... lirancn in me soutuwet Section 21. Township 8. South of Range 27 Enst, thenee northwesterly through said Section 21. and In Section 20, in snld Township and Range, to canal de scribed In paragraph b anove. k Canal beginning at the south west corner of Section 17, Township 8, South of Range 27. East, thence north-, easterly through said Section to the northerly line of said Drainage Pis- ""lt' Canal beginning in the center of the northwest quarter of Section 25, Township S. South of Range 26. Enst, thenee southwesterly through said Sec tion 2r. and in Section 26 to the west erly line of said Drainage District. .;, ri beivini.inir tn the northeast the southeast quarter oi " ' ' ' ,,- Townshp 8, South of Range j7 East, thence in a northerly direc-i tion through said Section 21 and Sec , tion 22 and 15 in said Township and ; W'.Jr t thp northerly line of said' j ni-atTiase District. j n. Canal beginning In the northwest ! nuarter of the southeast quarter or. !,7tor ,31, Township s. South of Range I : 27 Kust, thence easterly through saidj 1 Section to canal described in para- vXtZlznnnz In the northwest ... ,.f the northeast OUarter Ot See tion 31. Township 8, South of Range 27. East thence in a southeasterly di rection through said section di 10 111- i p. canal oemnnui m . west nuarter of the st.utnwesi qu.u 1 u !..., O'l Tnwnsiiin 8. Soutn Of 'Range 27. East, thence northeasterly , through said t-tctlon aim lni"1.' f , itien 23, in said Township and Rang. Johns liiver. ' Pftnnl beginning in the north of S''tl'm 2i. Ton nshlp 8. South of , Uanir,. 27, KaBt, hence northeas erlv n-, rough said Section 2.. and ;''tl"n 26. 2: Rang and in 22, sum i to the canal uesenueu u. t..t. h rt above northeast corner of the southeast ,!ui,1'.,nr. .'l' '"o-'V'V ,.,..,.,. eVer . Township 8, .,tl, nf li.mge 2,. Cast inence e.mte, - ly through said Section 2. and thMHihlTownsh ElBnt-(5) Slluth of nange Sections 26 ami 2j. said l"n"'P anaTwentv-foiir '(24), East; thence run Range, to the St. .-'"'ins i.lei . ning Southwesterly and along what is s. Canal beginning j" ,he """" known as the Bellamy Road, which Is west quarter of the southw t -st v ua rt.i the boundnry Ilne at that st,ctin which ol ."M-eutin -i. t, ii.-.,,e - lownsnip . 1st parates the counties of Clay and Put- Kast. thenee S('"' Vin, nam. to the West boundary line of Sec 1 i2'Hn.'"" t amr. ltion Three (3), Township Nine (9), Range 27, V.a ,1 ..rH Bll.l 34 and 3i.. said lownsnip anu ti.i..i., to the St. ji.nns niter. t. canal neginnirm -ty ,', t 1 e northeast corner of the s iiith tasj. j''1'' 34. Townsh'p S. South of Range. .,.,.,.t,.i. ,if IHm -OOllint-nSL MUMI in action n. town., i' "'A 27, East, thence easterly through S.eti.in Stand Section So. In W Township anil Range, to the St. Johns River. . . .,.'. .... . Canal beginning in tne t. 0'",11),'n oE'th Tow "".l.i'.rr.lV'lnf ence northeaster . ly through said lot and inro u r. i-l()f tion 3.1. Township 8 South of Range 27, East, to the St. Johns Rter. . v. ( anal beginning m toe teni, i Section 34. Township 8. South of UanBJ :. East, thence southerly throtigh ?'d Canal beginn ng in ine ccmcr ,, i Section and to the center Ol me norm iuilf of Section 3. Township 9, South .f Range 27, East. w. Canal beginning on the west line o' the southwest quarter of the north ..ii.it nuarter of Sectlor 33. Township . So. of Range 27. E.. thence southeast- (h() bnundar.'. llne f erlv through said Section and In Sec- factions Eight (8), and Five (5), of tloii 3, Township 9, South of Range 27, Township Nine (9). South of Range East, to the first branch in said Sec- ,Twentv-four (24), East, and contlnu tion 3. Ing North along the East Boundary x. Canal beginning in tne soutnenst ouarter of the southwest quarter oi Section 3d. lownsnip . nnuin oi mtue 27. East, thenee easterly through said Section and in Section 34, said Town ship and Range, to canal described In paragraph w above. v. Canal beginning nt the northwest conrer of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 4, Town ship 9. South of Range 27, East, thence easterly through said Section and in Section 3. said Township and Range, to canal described in paragraph w above. , The anove nnd foregoing proposed canals were laid out by the Ronrd of Drainage Commissioners of RostswicK Drainage District nnd the map. plans an-1 spee'tlcatlnns are on file with the said Roard of Drainage Commissioners and the same nre hereby referred to for full description of said proposed canals. All of said proposed canals are within said Drainage District. Tn said ?2ri.0a(u(! bond issue, each bond Is to be for One Thousand Dol lars, bearing interest from date of Is suance at the rate of six per cent per annum, the interest to be due and payable semi-annually and represent ed bv interest coupons, and said bonds are to be paid as follows: f5.00n.na to be paid ten years after date nf Issu ance: $5,000.00 fifteen years after date of issuance: fl.ooO.OO twenty years af ter date of issuance: and fp.ooo.oo twenty-flve years after date of issu ance. The place for holding snld election In said Rnspwlck Dralna.ee District and the Inspectors and clerk for salJ election are as follows: D. P. Hancock's commlrsarv. Bost wlck. Florida, place for holding elec tion: U C. Williams, W. W. Register nnd Ooss Mattox. Inspectors: and W. H. Hill, clerk. Published by order of Board of Drainage Commissioners of Bostwlck Drainage District. r-K;. HANCOCK. Chairman. (Seal) HENRY HUTCHINSON, Clerk. Certified list nf d.ilv ,nu, a : ,terg who are free holders residing within the Bostwlck Drainage T Dis trlct. Putnam County. Florida an n. titled to vote in bond election to h held In said Drainage District on SEPTEMBER 7, A. D. 1915. H. E. Bunker J. H. Conway E. A. Drlggers J. W. Glisson D. P. Hancock B ,B. Highsmlth Dan Register W. W. Register T. n uren. rv a. Acherson E ,R. Conway G. Drlggers W. D. Drlggerg John Hancock W. H. Hill Goss Mattox J. H. Robbins w. r. sweet n,. . , u. j, ,i uniting This is tn eorHf,, , , list of registered voters is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. HENIS PETERMANN. supervisor Registration Books. August 4, 1915PUtnam CUnty' Fl0r"ia- NOTICE OF SPECIAL SALE MASTER'S Under and by virtue of a decree of forec osure and sale rendered in the Circuit Court of Putnam County, Flor ida, by the Hon. S. J. Hilburn, Judge of said Court, dated the 15th day of June, 1915, wherein B. Joiner is complainant, and Mrs. Lizzie Potter and Arthur George Waterton are defendants, and wherein the undersigned was appoint ed Special Master In Chancery to sell the property herein described, I shall offer for sale at public auction, for cssh to the highest and best bidder, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Palatka, Putnam County, Florida, on the FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1915. being the slxti day of said month, dur ing the legal hours of sale on that da', the following described property men tioned in the bill of complaint herein, lying and being in said Putnam Coun ty, to-wit: Lots 177. 178, 189 and 190, In Block 23, In the Town of Interlachen, County ol Putnam and State of Florida, as re corded In Book of Maps In the Clerk's Office, Putnam County, Florida. H. E. MERRYDAY, , Special Master in Chancery. Cnlhotin & Calhoun. Solicitors for Complainant. ORDER FOIl Pflll.lCATIO.X. In the Circuit Court, Eighth .liHllclnl Circuit, Piitmnn County, Florldu. IN CHANCERY. R. L. Arant, Complainant, vs. II. F. Rodgers, Defendant. Illll to Foreclose Mortgnge. It appearing bv attidavit. nnt.enrled tn the bill tiled In the nhove stated cause that H. F. Rodgers.the defendant therein named. Is a non-resident of the State of Florida, and Is a resident of i:Ke I'ark. Georgia, that he is over the ige of twenty-one years, and that t:iere is no person in the State of Flor ida, upon whom the service of Subpoe na would bind such Defendant; It Is therefore ordered that said non-resident Defendant be and is hereby re quired to appear to the 1(111 of Com plaint filed in said cause on or before MONDAY, the fith Day of September, A. D. 1915, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by said De ft ndant. It is further ordered that this Or der be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Palatka News and Advertiser, a newspaper published in said County and State. Witness my hand and otlieial Seal this, the 6th clay of August. 1915. (Seal) HENRY HUTCHINSON. Clerk Circuit Court. By H'y Hutchinson Jr., Dept. Clerk. Hilburn & Merryday, Solicitors for Complainant. PETITION FOH ELECTION FOR SPE CIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT. Honorable Countv Board of Public Instsructlon of Putnam Coun ty, Florida: Wo. tlie undersigned qualified eleC' 'rl".yA ta.x.," .SSSS" nitv or sub-division of Putnam Countv Florida, herein after particularly de scribed, respectfully petition your Honorable llody to order an election to be held In the community or sub division aforesaid, according to law, to determine whether such community or sub-dlvislon of Putnam County, Flori da, shall become a special tax school district for the purpose of levying and cting a district school tax for the exclusive use of public free schools witiiin the said district, and nlso to . . ,. ,,,,. tn said ,,,,.,,,, as nre required by law; and th,i( gald tax S(.horil dls,rirt he designated and known as Grandln- utiiam Hall Special Tax School Dls , )i( Num,r fourteen. The said proposed district is de scribed as follows: Being in Putnam I County, Florida, and particularly de- - scribed as commencing at the North- , a..rt,i -e..,t ,0,., Sollth of Iianlre Twenty-three (231 'East: thenee South along the West boundary line of Sections Three (3). T (n, pft(,erl n5) Twent--two ..... ,n j rrn-i-... ' ' rh7townsh Id 1 nVtheAce four (34), tn the towr Ka!tt ai,lnfr th( suth U rtlons Thrtv.four (35) nnd Tnlrty.R 'Township Nine (9), boundnry Hue of (341. Thlrty-fivt- slx (36), of said (9), and continuing ,j,.,t 1nnn- the Soiith Boundary lin Sections Thlrtv-one (31). Thirty- jtwo (32), nnd to the half section line s,.ctlnn Thirty-three (33). Township , Xlne Range Twentv.four (24). thence North along half section i,, nf Horttonq Thlrtv-tl lTntv..ht f'8) Twentv , T ' nY,teVn nL to thS kv n Sections Thirty-three (33). one (211, and Sixteen (If), to the North boun dary line of said Section Sixteen (IB). Township Nine (9), Range Twenty four (24). East, thence West along the North boundary line of said Section Sixteen (16). to the Northwest corner of said Section Sixteen (16); thence iln(. of Sections Thirty-two IS2), Twen- tv-nlne (29). and Twenty (20), Town ship Eight (8). South of Range Twen ty-four (24), ttasi, to poilll ot ucKin n'lng. Respectfully submitted. F Tt C.REEN J. W. RROCKMAN C, I,. TUCKER P. J. IIUTSON CEO SEIOI.ER CHAS. CAT.ITOUN W. C. MANN P. D. WATKINS W. J. WEATHERSREE ,. P,R ANTT.EY P. R. HOY I S CANADA I.. BRANTLEY J. C. STRICKLAND A. J. PADGETT OTICE. Notice is hereby given that the above and foregoing petition will bo nvesented by the signers thereof to the Countv Roard of Public Instruction of Putnam County. Florida, at It o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as peti tioners can be heard on Septen.her 7. A. D. 1915, for further proceedings In accordance with law. A. H. ODOM. Attorney for Petitioners. This August S. 1915. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. All creditors, legatees, distributees, and all persons having claims or de mands against the Estate of George Wilkinson, Sr., deceased, nre hereby notified to present their claims or de mands to me within Two Years; and all persons indebted to said George Wilkinson, Sr., deceased, are notified to pay the same immediately. GEORGE WILKINSON, Jr. Executor, of the last will, of George Wilkinson, Sr., deceased This 3d, day of July, A. D., 1915. 8-wk EXECUTORS' NOTICE. ... ... i j i:l...i... Ail creditors, legatees, uistnuuiceo, and all persons having claims or de mands aeainst the Estate of Charle3 J. O'Haver, deceased, are hereby no tified to present their claims or de mands to me within Two Years; and all nmn.n inrlal.lerl tn snirl Charles J. O'Haver deceased, are notified to pay tne same immediately, LOU M. O'HAVER, Ti t .3 A n A xtm rt'tr A TT7 T5 JTljEiAOAiXi J UUAtritv. Executors, of the last will, of V'lianes j. vs navex, ueceaaeu. This Ifith Hav of Jul v. A. D.. 1915. ' " " - ' o . ... NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. Under and by virtue of a decree of roreciosure and sale rennerea in tne Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Putnam County, by the Hon. J. T. Wills. Judge of said Court, dated the 5th day of August, 1915, wherein State Bank of Palatka. a Banking Cor poration under the laws of the State of Florida is complainant, and J. H. Roberts and Effle S. Roberts, his wife and East Florida Savings & Trust Company, a corporation, etc.. are de fendants, and wherein the undersigned was appointed Special Master In Chan cery to sell the property herein de scribed, I shall offer for sale at pub lie auction, for cash to the highest and best bidder, at the front door of the Court House In the City of Palatka, t'utnam county, Florida, on tne FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1915. being the sixth day of said month, during the legal hours of sale on that day, an undivided one-fourtn interest in and to the following de scribed property mentioned In the bill of complaint herein, lying and beinfr in said Putnam Countv. to-wit: The NE14 and W'i of NWJ of SWYt of Section 21: the NE. of SE of Sec tion 24; the SW of NW of Section Jo; in 'j'ownsnip s, Range 2ti. The Wit of EVj of Section, nnd SE4 of SEH. SWU of NWVi, NWH f SW&, and SWU of SW1 of Section 19: all of Section (except NW of NWM) of Section 27: the Wi of SE'i and NE of SWH of Section 32; nil or Miauieton urant, section 40, Town ship 8. Range 27. The SA of SVi' of Section 10; the NE4 of Section 14. Township 9, Range zi, 1144 acres more or less. Lot 2 in Block . and Lots 1 nnd in Block 24. in Town of Bostwlck, said County and State. J. V. WALTON. Special Master In Chancery Hilburn & Merryday, Solicitors for Complainant. (Continued from page 3.) South half of Northwest quar ter. Northeast quarter of South west quarter. South half of Southwest quar ter. North half of Southeast quar ter. Southwest quarter of South east quarter. Southeast quarter of South east quarter. 11. In Section Nineteen: Northeast quarter of North east quarter. West lhrM.nil,,tc,a nt v.o, west quarter of Northeast q uiti ter. Southwest quarter of North east qunrter. Northwest quarter. West half of Southwest quar ter. Southeast quarter of South west quarter. East half of Northeast quar ter of Southwest quarter North half of Southeast quar ter. West three-quarters of Snuth-w-est quarter of Southeast quarter. East three-quarters of South east quarter of Southeast quarter. 12. In Section Twentv: East half of Northeast quar ' tl'r, ot' Northeast quarter. Southeast quarter of North west quarter. Northeast quarter of Soutn west quarter. West half of Southeast quar ter. South half of Southeast nuar ter of Southeast quarter. 13. In Section Twenty-one-West half of Northeast quar- ter of Southwest quarter. South half of Southwest quar ter of Southwest quarter. Southeast quarter of So'ith W"t quarter. North vtst quarter of South c ast t uai t, r. South half of Southeast quar ter. 14. In Section Twentv-two- All, except West half of Southwest quarter of North west quarter. 15. In Section Twenty-three' North half. North half of South half Southwest quarter of South- w'est qunrter. The Southeast quarter of Southwest quarter except the Northeast quarter there of. East half of Southwest quar ter of Southeast quarter. South half of Southeast quar ter of Southeast quarter. 16. In Section Twentv-fnnr- Southeast quarter of the - ,,u.iiiei exec the Southeast quarter ther nf. ept ivortnwest quarter except Southeast quarter nf Snutn east quarter of said North west quarter. West half of Southwest quar ter. Southeast quarter of South-w-est quarter. 17. In Section Twenty-five- Eatfr hulf of Northeast 'quar- Northwest quarter of North east quarter. Northeast quarter of North, west quarter -orin- Wtetrha'f f -V"rthwc! Hiar- ''"r half of Southwest quar- Southeast quarter of South west quarter. n Uest half of Southeast quar- Northeast quarter of South east quarter. U' IKocUun Twenty-six: 19. In Section Twenty-seven- All. except Knpth . 20 D, sN'"r'h"-t WHrA All Secton Twenty-elght: J1, '".""n Twentv-nlne- East half of Northeast quar- South half 22. Southeast quarter' of North. qer,ar,eqrUarU'r f ".I EnV tllf.,of Southeast quarte rn?,,, N"r,he8t quarter Southwest quarter of Nnrth- q'ua'rter"" f o,,N"l.t South half of Northwest quar- ter of Northwest quarter South half of North?,'est"quar Southwest qunrter. Northwest quarter of South east quarter. k l"" South half of Northeast quar NorTh"! ?',h-"t quarie?"" Northeast quarter of North- quarteT"" SOeasr-,,rTer,'-exc',.,p,!!nU,'hhe- J?; tr' q,,ar,,,r "i-renr Southeast qunrter of South east quarter. In Section Thirty-one: Tn' Section Thirty-two: North half of North half of 23. 24. Northeast quarter. 25. In Section Thirty-three: North half of North half of North half. 26. In Section Thirty-four: North half of North half of North half. 27. In Section Thirty-five: North half of North half of North half. 28. In Section Thirty-six: North half of North half of , North half. .A - 29. All of Section One, (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), Five (o. Six (6), Seven (7), Eight 18), Nine (9J, Ten Uu), Eleven (11), Twelve (12), Thirteen (13), Four teen (14), Fifteen (15), West half Of Sixteen (16), South half of Seventeen (17), Twenty (2u), Twenty-on Twenty-two (22), Twenty three (23), Twenty-four (24) Twenty-five (25), of Cum mings Subdivision of "John 'Rodman .Grant," according to the map thereor, filed ror recoid in the Clerk's olhce of Putnam County, Florida, in me year imv, ana recoraetr In book of Maps No. 1 at page 128 thereof, excent the West half of East half ot Northwest quarter of South west quarter of Section 23, Township 11, South, Range 25 East and East half of West half of Northeast quar ; ter of Northeast quarter of Section 2, Township 11 South Range 25 East and East half of West half of Southeast quarter of Southwest quar ter of Section 34, Township 10, South, Range 25 East. VIII. In Township Eleven South. ' Range Twenty-five East 1. In Section Seven: v Northwest quarter. Southwest quarter except the Southeast quarter thereof. Southwest quarter of North east quarter. East half of Northwest quar ter of Northeast quarter, 2. Section Eight. West half of Southwest quar ter. 3. In Section Seventeen: Northwest quarter except the Southwest quarter thereot, less 2 acres for school. North half of Southwest quar ter. 4. In Section Eighteen: South hall' of Northeast quar ter. . Noi tlieast quarter of North west quarter. Soutlnvtst quarter. 5. In Section Twenty: Nuiuiuesi quarter of North- 6. In otcttuii i w enty-live; -Souut ball ol Lot une (1), fruulli lutit ol' x.ut 'iwo U). tooutn hail vi Lot Three 13). tooutit nail of i.ut t-our (4), Souili half. 7. In tieciiua Twenty-six:: Northeast quarter. West half oi .Northwest quar ter. Southeast quarter of North west quarter. South hall. IX. lu iotwiamp Ten South, Range 'iwelilj -toi IJaat. 1. ill AeLLlon .ine: bouilteasl qualLcl of South- West quaild of boUlUWeSt quaitei. 2. In beeuull Eighteen: tiuutti lutu ui Southeast U.UU.1 ter. 3. In toeciioii Twenty: North hull' ol -Northwest quar- tt-r. West half Of Southwest nimr. lei. West half of Southeast qtiar ur of Southwest quarter. 4. In Seeiiou Twenty-three: Northwest quarter of South- ' east quarter reserving right ot way lor the J. T. & K. W. 11. It. 5u ft. on either sidtt , of center of track. 6. In Section Tweniy-feur: JP Southeast quarter oliSj4 west quarter. ""' ' 0. In Section Twenty-eight: Northeast quarter of South east quarter. 7. In Section Twenty-nine: West half. Southeast qunrter. 8. In Section Tlirtv-one: Northeast quarter except Southeast quarter thereof. Southeast quarter. 9. In Section Thirty-two: All. 10. In Section Thirty-three: All. X. In Township Eleven South, liallye i vt t-Uty-six EasU 1. in Sivlluu Five: All iiaetional,, except East hull of U est hall ot L.OI iliiee U). 2. In Section Six: Northeast quarter. 3. ill Section SeVen: Ail. lraciiunai ot East half. 4. lu Section Eighteen: All, national of East half. 6. Ill Section Nineteen: Last halt, except Southeast quarter of Southeast quar ter of Northeast quarter, fc. In Sn tion Twenty; Ail, fractional. 7. lu Section Twenty-nine: Lots Two U), Three (3), and I't.ur (4). West half of Northwest auar li r North half of Southwest quar ter. 8. In Section Thirty: All. except West half Of Northwest quarter. 9. In Section Thirty-one: North half. North half of Southwest quar-- ter. Northeast quarter of South east quarter. 10. In Section Thlrty-tw: Twenty-six acres in South west quarter of Northeast quarter. 2. Any and ali property, rights of way, easements, notions, l i nts, issues "and profits ap purtenant to or accrued or accruing from the real es tate aforesaid or anv other r. al estate owned by the de- ,,..,iiii e onipany. 3', An-V iL"a all contracts, notes, niui images, moneys, accounts, clionea , in action and other property, real, per atimil or mixed, owned by Die defend ant Company or taken and held by the eiclver in course of the receivership eel ii, .e "dilnt Company-g business. melutilng any and all corporate r- how8varU,.l)",uks i"f Troevldea in th h ?1, wlth r'P-'t to money ' j!1"1;1" "r under the control ot , W. .. . i'1 'Ktl,n- as thK Receiver of thj the s 'onipany appointed herein, i,hi77. . """ "i ol"u ""a transferred cniirt h V ,h, ,furth''- order of thi. to h. ii"A''r.T'n'!"!: tne compensation to be paW the Receiver and hi. .aid se,iif,n " Pr"'-I"d further that pos sr.an'bV llZTX1",' ,!u5h. money, nil mi 1 V nrif ivt-r until Hnn Lin .kW '" ,-pect to his compen be0enn"d';d,e,rnni,et,d.,'U CUn8cl "haU haV' and ,y.ni!1 I" other Property, real and S ..rl.1; evvry Kind character n-av inJ".'.0"' r,,w Pwn' or which nay at any time hereafter, prior to the rrd tn Z LVa'A :hlhlt "A" refer ance with "J", d Ae,"ef am1 he compll of C.m"t " i. a?V"r .!. covenant. 1 OB-Pf hap 11, !.. ih " " " " na pinKulAr tne In'nX'- .r.h"-- 5Prtenanresl and nnd n1n .it " Prente tnereor. kind ", I ' "'h" Property of ev.rv tue nf inV 11 .1 ""'"re that by vlr laM Trt.?yri VS. "rovlslnn. of the mav ? 'I" :;.f:!h.lbl!."A' might or " Hu"i' 'i to tne same. DAvin h. nom. Bllw Berll. Maaler. JarkaoaTlll. CoatBlal.aaC. Sollrlt.ra.