Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 29, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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[ VOLUME 39. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. IV.APCH 29. 1918. NUMBER 39"


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'f I,'fill I 1,1. 1B-: MTEMl'T TO I STIt.WRElm.So: :\ 01: :'\ I' si LIIIEN; DKVIH: l nlI Mi-l : I It.I ,, IM./ \M'. I.VSPECTOH: : VISITS THIS

.\.';I I \ UK-STOIUT 1)1'KESni I FULL BLAST AT LAWTEY 'GREATEST j jLawtey PATTLE 0? .ALL TIME I I 1/.1(111.1/ CITY.


s |.' wii-:+ made( to burglarize 1"I'l'h1'h: ,. strawberry. ( I Ishipmrnts .
.. ,, ,
I. I \ 1 I" ,
't 1" "u .Ion inspfctor I + for th '
tb. i M I A. Dukes, at Dukes during this week has been, i I j
J NOW IN PROGRESS IN l: It:. : d'! I'' ti/i'i ll..nd: ,/, tomes here \Ve.l"--.
A ilne-day night, hut the holding in here FRANCE
tin ; Great shape
up ; j Wit "1 f j II j jt't. . r in' (I"'" t th-' -'\ t nt
"'i'ustnitcd by young Mr. two or three n't'i' mentor: cars a day.i 1
'.
t 1.1 h \ "+ I -i el,tal 171 I UUI'I' x (Ill.
1 I i at the Dukes home i btvdroat: I lix epi+ n i > andsome ..
'pir"- ,
.
I''e .. ,
-- 1 141: 1..1." -MI.Bitting I : \I" .J.p, "-hipping t 1 plain in t 11 I I-
>I' :Mr. Mann hud been I \boM-, Tuesday1 I I
by rcfngi'iuMr .
'tit : '
ESTIMATED THAT GERMANS ALONE HAVE mi the ,.1. p. 1 hilde. .' t I It is understood I Ili'"i''' .'
?!" {ot. 'h 01 I when lie neiired the :! I ,rcfrijii'ialur' boxes \xere sent to LOST FOUR II
> 'r Ill: the ,
|I'IH' \ tl'i'Iieli I III
4 .t' t -aw him and look to New York' fur, /KiistcT.; The price paid' HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN. til' 10'1 It", I I' / ,

th II'' w.is able to seo that ;Monday on the I platform was $7 tn $Spar I II outlier. Hoi 1 i"a .' I 1 I .nt 0 ,,, ,, vt,

4j'f th'' \ Is 1 +" men, but could not I Iit cralo, and :T5: 10 for n fexv crntes.. .
; l The irii'ato-t 1 battle,\ in tile. ln-tory' - I : : I Hi, Ills' i' i i ' I lint" 1 II' I 'i I ,I'
( ? t ,I' tit Tho acreage is smull compared: with :
' yd . t the xvmId, has h"1\. i.itmn, in Krancx1\ | thing \xn.s, wnr.i" 1',1.,,I ",< t .j') i I i.- i i i t I.y the ho.ii d I "t1.' \ 1 01
.\ i,,n was found that other year.but xvo made the lurgi-nl ) \,: III. MlltKI) MOIIK: .MEN TO .. .
.incp Thtll' dll) Miin li Jl l (1. whoa the and hound thut ,.i.-: \\ i \ t. > H < a i : niiii' if they xxi-h '"I'| .
th d I 11 i led to III'CIII en- shipment! I : this season, cording to 111 : i\AMI.\EI:: : ) :'\ I'X'I'n; .
t1 :r\
licriniins: with n, nrly 1 a null n"i men lit once gave the .di, ii, 'n /I.1-' .1, iich- tutu' ;jii.uii outside uf the -1.\,, \ . I I" .

.t t + ,1 1 .n by pl'i7.illlllho win at'rtagr than xvo have made in a good :and the !greatest runr'ill' ,i.it imi j, of urtillory tier, and thoy hurired, !t.>> tl.p"t Mr.1' meat ithm, the state ,'.111, i ,. n > (e
b" h" .. -mall truck used toll um ay' )'('( i.i. Tho quality| of fruit, him .oral llo.ird I Ins Issued Orders for the Ti'i'ivll f the
'\II' nut home but ) xvilbout,
11i t ever known I began h a drive on n al <'nni< It 'it county (In- i i. 'MMi 01
been oxcellcnt.!
1" n.url's about the store. KxiimiimlioitN. ,1 little later to \ 1"1 his lu\td( old > \ ,but number of the ,
. :::'l-milo( front to try, and bieak through / one : a i.< > i ivo

tiI I I. i MIII xvas immediately The largest pickingvhidi has mmo\ ''the Allied lines, Throiighuiit, the sevI ill dentil.V ilorlor had been aiimmoii | .' ,iti.leantm| ijamst 1 1 tie) aI ',. ot th'itut.

name + I 1, ui.itter by wire and at to our notice to dale is. that ot'11'; Irn days the battle hats beta in One hundred. more men are, to be I'd as 9'11II, the neighbors ..11"'I.d.hut. -\ '.' "'' Mnriila" ami will' admit plants

1 III be and Deputy .Will :.1. 11. Cuiter in the Watcrouk section,1 I progiv.s t'iM'ii physical examinations hero next
I' the British forces haw gradually .idlevntt beyond medicid, old I'onlyafter" they have boon, passed hy

'1a: d, run the road to lukes.het a fexv nidus west of Luxvtcy. lie luis (:Iris, -en ground, but, hue visit dterriI'll1 week. The examinations. are to bo | :\-il-... IVrrell'' was a native of Ware I! the. plant I Imnrd.Mr. .

.? \ "I I Iy, the State Farm, wherehe a raxvliorry patch of about :!:!,HtlH) )( | slaughter on the llcrmuns. The |hold on Wednesday, Thursday and county line born llecomber" M:I. 114.11I.I I : Imrugd'.Ii.uJ that ho had found

-" .. : d liluudhound to be used and !March 15th he |l-'iiday, .mil orders have been sent out
:- t plants on
pickedn
,
I given ground but have. visited' terri- Her maiden name Willi.1I1I11'Y: )K.; Lane. no potato' weevil ,in this manly )Ho
n U'II"I'IIC' the, lubbers., Thoy work- :! bushel crates, on the ISth 2111'1'l\t,. |to tho mt'ii to appear on those days.Thuc .
She
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of the battle is believed to have liecn inn mod Mr. .l I. I(. Terrell January bnuight "it 11 him from Baker county
-,. mitt the a -r until long after daylight the -1st ordered to appear "for examination
and 22
on .1'11mllkilllf a of these
part of ieneiiil Iliiig's plans and it is IV, IS/I/ l and they lived m Georgia one' ilestructivc, little insi'ctH.

Thursday morning, but the do'ui1.11 |total of il: bushols. Every crate ,now believed that lie will shortly begin on Wednesday are us follows. : until tKM I, when they I moveil tollradford II is securely bottled I up and i is on eC-
tu pick up the trail und follow |brought him over $i. No doubt; there t01; TiuI li'rederick Buisdenup.1h hibition
al the Bank
t ture a counter-attack on a scale that I county, having resided here of :Stnrko.IIIII .
| | EIII'I': McCormick! nvis.l
It out. i ninny farmers near Liixvtey who ) : .
will the ever since. Although she had beenfeeble
+? Not he outdone the slier- drive Germans back lo theirnriginuI !H.) -- J"hll I':. Ynrboruugh.J.'iO : ) It DVtLIGIIT
in entirely have done equally us xvell. IOhhllltlttIIN1:50t :
rv i 1 I lines after having suffered i for, iiiilo| a while, the sudden
and hi--, deputy decided) to make un I ) I.iiiac, Nelson Nettles.n.'il :: : : \ .\I'1'rm\oCl\: :
y'ifl'' nelIondl'I'un filled his regular: I Iapiiointmont t the greatest t losses ever known to ,h'lIth11" shuck to every' one. Mrs.Terrell :
Koiieit
A.
Jlanchard.ii.'i. : .
!ujarl.v; morning call on Will Lawton, I on the fourth Sin tla J'. i| |have: befallen nn urmy.1'h' | .". wu.. (looked' on as an exceptionally '-
Jji'whii, ha- I In on suspected of making and :Maxic Moore, The .safe in the store of I'. A. Mixonon
.ion-shine" whiskey. This ;Mrs. 1'. .L. Z. Barr, the tnlented'.vtfeof press. dispatcher of tin- past day I Ior !I""i.ri7 Murk Thomas.ii.'S line old lady, her kind, motherly :-..1l1l'lhVllinul tl"1VII" robbed
veiling ''II I
the pastor of Stark", :M. E. .church two have indicated that the j , manner I'lulonred" her to all wlm
\
Tj'eal; ) w.i-, p' .+..dII'I: n' of results for thoydistilling I tierman - LonnnLangston' Youngblood.M knew her, n lailhl'ul Christian.. Wednesday" aflornoon, Iho t thief Moour-
.
South will address the Epxvorth Long- .. lady.
\Ioun., I ,ns'un's apparatus \ weakening and. military ; ) -C. 1,11I'11111Vllilll'illh\,. ing between jlir:: and0.! The wife
She was member of the of
u church
no of the Liiwtey church it 'I 1 o'clockII'
'.'Bnd .tl j trillions of whiskey that i observers are momentarily expecting I iilll: ( li\Mi'hl, \ I Speed.Mii Jesus Christ of latter xilx nonr the front door.' :\11'. !Mixnn
had made Wednesday night. '! m., and also conduct services\ for tu see the counter attack by '!, ( )ltlln' Mnlcus Sludler.MN day smnt.s: : 'and had 'lel'l, the cash druxvor iinlockoit
in M and
he pastor 1 on tho evening of ho second the had, been for tho lust 'Jo years.'Ihi' .
Allies. Tho
'::Lnwt., in'irro md is a tenant on Associated Press di.spalchcH : ; Uichard (;irillls." while ho was in the rt'.ir of the atomw'tutug

iftlKnn'ii, ef.1 dinner state senator ,1. Sunday in April nt 7'll.: \ To each of Thursday give 'he following i I 111:1I.lIlh.: ..,. ;!. Powell. 'led ltitle tul'crtlcrn woie conducl- on u oiislomoi th" thi'// -
cmptii
:
'and every' service" in thin church the of thefivatest ltyld"I' Hluckwoliler and the body ,
C" lb' was brought: to :Stnrko summary conditionon "H7I Walter, Keith (I i' the drawer and mndo with
13. \ wuv
; public\ is invited.Messrs. I. inl-iretl\ in\ tutu! Olusleo! chi'i-ch come-
cordially of all ,
battle !
and lath(, il ,in the, cuuilty jail. fields : .IT'; .Icir I Green.: The his hunt > .

.------ -- -- I : W. li.I: Torodo and V. R Kcd- The strength of the grout l :croon" ;JiSIKichiird l Hicks. tery. large" crowd that attendedthe A petty thief entered the kitchen

111'+ 1 \CltES: OF' IUISII: I i dish were transacting '"'ii..inrsin the KflVnsivo apparently IN fust diminish !9s'' : Hardy, W illiu 111". was funeral held in vxtveni showed l h how highly who she at I iho homo of C. A. Marks Tuesday! .

POTATOES: ON: ONI: I: I'AK.M i iV'i metropolis Thursday ing. On the seventh dry of the titanic 'vas' \\ Id''I'' Speed Knew her.JkNidcM. y everyuno niirlil and relieved I the !larder, itf 21nice

I Mrs. C. Y. Mayo ut (Gulliver; is !battle Ih".c'VII", sl'OIlI.i'lIlil'a\ ::1 ii-;; : bait| ; ,,01| I'owe Carpenter her dcxotod husband she fresh eggs It !is supposed/ thai

\ ill., riLawtl'.lIl1mptonI. \ spending II few days hare at the home tions Unit the PII'myVII:: feeling near !Pp>! :: Knell Lukas leaves bo. was frightened away bofori1 hocould
one awl lluee
,. I. l I., i u famous for straw-j( ,of her parents, :'III,. und Mess Jus. H. j il Irriilly the stiain, lie had undergone !li'.M: Willi. Wnterc. mourn her lust sun,. 1iIauu'a I tlaughterN Daniel "Ter-\ li> loud up! on other. ,provisions.

i" . many yours, fifty acres ;Moore. and tlmt his. pimoihud\ been greatly !p:,:, \riilfonl McNeil.li'.n -- ----

Ian i I IM-II,, potatoes on a single |i iiiinethiiig :Mrs.: ; E. I.. Biggs and ;Miss Bessie, unpaired" through hard usujrcv : ; :\clvey: Johns 1"11. :Suit HIli'11I.I Luke City, Uliih ; I Mrs. Floronco i-'iKsr 1.UIJo; ; U}' SI .\/oiO'J./ :

here. This i iis Juno I '''' .OM.II- Townsend :Nexvflom.I1 ': Jncksonvillo; Mrs. Roan I -
aloe 1 new I McCormick were visitors to Jiicksuniilo While the 'town of Albert has beenIptured l.i'e .
HrooKs
igh'' )!I". -ern at the farm of K. [' \ Thursday, and Kriduy., from the Itrilish and west of .', Kobeit. King.IIKI.S Jucksonvillo ; Mrs Ailnitiea The Bradford I High School baseball
"I'iii wl'ardliiiwily; leiiin will
I idvho I recently bought the :i I Col. A. Z. Adkins xvjis : nuineiiiiis friends! extend. thi'ir al'lcrnoon
:
ilgiiinsl tho fast
)
) ( '
t Lumber Company's farm at llancel Norman
) ,, Saturday.bb lo give ground/ in the face" oT 1l1'f'aUyul"'inr sympathy to the bereaved hula
about midway betxveen Stnrko '. J. ; and : Hill Kninnuel':: Houston.lui. oiu'ti. Miiy aggregation.Ocnlii .
ax' tit ; McCulley son, George, numbers', the British, have rpIWII'y Iliey filltll'I'1I1 and roiifuil /
has
in His blessed '
played
I 1'-, ( several games this
mt !1.11\\1 f'\o.. ,of Jacksonville, wore viuiting relatives .I.imcs Riley Williamson.
| pulsed attacks, both north anti\
|i word that if ,
live and
I they faithful, lo SI'IIMUI the Sturko,
All, I I'nnaid has had fine seasons | and, friends in and near Luwtoy Sun south of the Somme and also lnIVenback KUC) Drnest I : B. WeIlR.I hays will huvu
'i I ( the cause they will see their dour' ateag11in to |ploy l hard to win.
Jn hi-, ,"'tlll">rand they are now all' ,day. across the Ancro' river the Germans I Hits -Cidvin (;rims. that Wo
un blight, shuns hope the
pic'U light as one would wish to I I Ifcei |I Mrs., G. W. Brown und s.tU'lal'cuB who forded the t"1I11IVpln"M." j I rnw--) :ugenr Flnley.I where there shining town as well ns thoschool
i I" joy evrtnlurr.Sevin . children! will l
HI, ,planted, rather early and ex- ,and Clifton, came from Gainesville The I Ju'ohnowIIIII(): : / : Selen.Hi1. I give their best
up iluy. /llgTiting still continues ofsanguinnry
I I a I of our :.Villhein friemls ,lefthere anpport|' ( and' help the
about :!:! I'lemon .lohn buys to entablisli -
,,1ig'Jringthe ,und their home i inLaxvtey. Cln.
nt
amto begin
crop Sunday
r spent character on all these sectors last ,,..
Tuesday,
after Ihowinter ii good .lllh'N I
May tOlh'hill' ho is not expecting but lilT: : -Marion G;L Vi lsou.I pending II rt' ""'/\"unnK good
everywhere the l I'ritish nndTrench III"
athey have been for. they 'diil 'm liiislcol
doing bull
field IIP JIM Thomas or oven bet
throughout the Long DeSuo.
Bnui'h yield ( Mrs. Frank Skinner, of Jacksonville are' holding Ih,' enemy. Especially : I years in, I Lnko trut 1.,1'. They :Mr. lor,

hat a, mull -tup' that he says must J l was the guest of Mrs. J. )il. Randall .severe has boon the lighting lO'iK: Amos Williams. and III.t.. I I.. :N. 1111<'111'\1.\t of were Pittf'urd. 1.>:\1..1.\. .....m.lilt: II l.tlIIY. March
uf barrels to thutuon In'p:! Cyrus Hall Mist( rnnk.
yield .i' the rate 100 in East Lawtey sevcial days last west of Albert.
i iThe Midi. b1) mid Mrs. W ;llIlII to Duncan
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"Piiicombo Park
!, !HII" : llober Underhill. ; 11/ at :115. AdiiiiSNiiin -
that he has a wn-
IL th'MMmi week. IJiitidi gains between tho Sum Air. and, .Mis. Kieluinl, <1 Pincoinbo. nod I.. and l.5); .....11 ".
ml II I .
u ;Mis., Emma Bailey il' Philadelphia, | LiiiKoy Ivey.Ordered
i on' me and Am re regions art l'I'III'PII'ntl',1I.y Air. Jake Porkins, ..I' 'luII'lull.1..h.: ---- -

III I I''i. 11111, d I is )by. fur the largest ,and ;Mrs. Clark of St. Augustine; were the recapture of the towns. o f :Morj,j In Appear" Thur "..IY.I If nothing happen, lo I Hit; IIKIV: ; Miii: ".
prevent Iheyexpect
this section but | in 17 William I D. (:rovo., |
in visitors. Tuesday.
potato" planter to Laxvtey Inncuurt" ami Chipilly. South of the to. ii'liirn' heir next 1 :. wader.1.ittlr ' .

Bthen "ne probably. not loss than. uflu I Mr. K. J.. Black, of Gainesville, was Somme they have mlvunced, to I'ruy- ||1 nils John !'III'vi.ICltt.. ( '111 ...IYII, daughter of Mr. j I Tin lmi: been a .season, of big berry

; ijinte
The pluming:' run all the way Mrs. Enoch: Griffin mid daughter All along the fifty mile/ front from ''o.,:! 11.inivor Clyntt.HI week .htluugto M ,r. I.. I'. Kutch of thu
I I i.s t a grout deal bolter" \ and'
/ram i fraction. of. an aero to five or1Csi Miss Jessie, were visitors In Jacksonville ,the region! of Arms to the south ..I'I ;>I; "Frank A. :r. Boyle.I wo hope ,she will hi'. out I V'lillilerbilt soclion. He IlllH only 10Hlli ,-
again soon.'
and it now seems probable ;\Ionllll '. I I lll.'iT )Klmhn Grinis.I (/ ilaiils/ and lust
he
\ n-ri ) I Oise, near Noyon, the l.fT"I'Ior The i ice, plant hail lint, unto I truck [ during week picked

ohm nearly! im) cars, of potatoes will !|' :Mr.: Carl Woolen was .1 vi.-itor to what was to have been the final stroke, |1 I:, InS!! 'Donnell Perry. recently purchased to a. deliver ice ill. It I Unity ,'rnll'''. The berried wore

Elie from this territory during Jacksonville Monday. tn the I IOiiii' John /Matthews Dukes I ( I
shipped end in
war a victory for the 1' is quite attractive" and, 1 prettily! puuttIed forthe

B'May':: and Jim", i l ::'IJ'. Henry Bennett and daughters, Teutons are" only too plainly' evidentin 11171John I Krvin. The plant' did 11 line business, in t ( I | cup

The slid" I iiota'uos, '' seem to have' ;:Misses Clara, and Pearl and Miss Eld- the re-devastation of the countryMC '' 107.:.' William Phillips the cold' storage .department the, I iihouI alt Mr. r'utdi sold the berries

Lean' uiuiMiully good. this; season and |redge Reddish motored to Starke on .". | and the wreck and ruin of the 1071" William Bryan Strickland. Wtrlt..,.. They still have meat coming past- I al tho station' in Slaike and the week's

jxxoathc} iiiulitions, have boon ideal Tuesday.Mrs. loxvns, villages and hamlets through )ln''i Oscar Leo. in' occasionally.Mr. picking brought him l71./ii.: During -

|thu faA./ .- a io-iill the potato )plants : Walter! Ferris, who hiss been which the aiinies have passed.'' i[ 11)711lIlIrk! Knight.. /Leon Rivera hud leis I tin season .ho. has sold upward ofL'S11
"
I .1117VI'.11... . . ,. .. .. .trh.wUi... .. leg hiullv .
everywhere' are just as tine us could ,spending several I month in Chicago' Westward 'I'omhl'I'e the old batHo i I ----- I hurt suet week hut in bettei now and :.f, uorin" of. ,lit i'raw from hi. patch,

Sbr asked foi. with relatives returned to her homo line reared, itself! the Germans ovoryxxhere )107H/' William II. Morgan! is title tn be III'"U IU//. I. whet.. is not mole than two-thirds of 1

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- .- I'near I IIIML'!: HerHchell (irrint.lilill .
Luxvtoy :Monday. have pushed forward foe The infant of tIrI und Mrs. Howu.-d an lion.
LAST l'MY? : l IN: 'I'lliII; \ :MPIONMETHODIST ): | Mrs O. L. Thomas was visitor to material gains but with foes before )! William Abram Bessent Jr. died 'last ,
Thursday after I Ibriof TMIIES.G.
Wit I 1111) viII Silas Hull.I0il morning, a I'AKM 1 : : .
: : l1U' !:<11. I Baldxvin lust Thursday i them who fought with the greatestbravery : illnoss. Tho title body was laid

Mrs. Mattie Stevens, of Covington, 11 and, stubbornness. and coded : I-Willie Morriclts.Hl .
LII s indiiy; the pastor's heart was I, Ky., is spending a few clays in Law- no ground unless recompensed at us. / !/7 Nigel Gnifly; Chit: they. to Friday.rent in the SWift'I'k cemetery I I ;. ,c. ;{watt has the /finest patch of

'mad, "Iml by the very line congregation of her sister Mrs.Woaron. I I'll Phillip Muhamnry.III rye over, soon. in this section on his
toy us the guest urlous rates in men killed', wounded Last
Thursday :Mr Hubert .
Williams.I evening ItI. !Madixun and
\\hich -mldcd ut the ) I ):! lienjaniin Abnini corner Thompson
[ a- l\l'IhO-1 or made prisoner.It K.: (eau'tt of'1lIk... Butler, and Misn'I' .
,
rlrt'ets The
straw is live to feet
I 110 Kil'hyllIrvin.: | six
l list I'nuich in Hampton. Miss Htith (Gill; of Anthony, i is a I is estimated that in the great attack 1- Until Collin/ of .
u-ually good at ( I till I J I I II. Smith., Johnstown wore united | high, ,close, very vigorous" und headingwell.
"nate: t home nor
grcgu i visitor! ut the of delivered in mass formation moio in the .
,thi! pi'upfo,, always know how ; \ I1 Id; Avery, llankerson.III holy bonds of matrimony, Ityo in! a very v1lutlh'll'nl"'
jiton anjjtu l law and sister, :Mr.: and :11I'0Ih.I'-in'l ''hnn four hundred thousand of the tit tlioihurch .' Kev.
m Johnstown Warren
t n., cmd'--, .. -et cant with loeeominlfleoll' I !* Orville Loon :Moid.. und will do n. well here us anywhere
Pence. nearly million men the Gorman '
a C. ( 011I11,, other of, the bride ofMiiiiting.
I ,if huflli'ieiii, '
is
I Smith. used in
' I'U', tin- tune they seemed to R. O. I Dcnnurd visited l''n Isauili euro planting.
!Mr. and Mrs. I throw into the fray are .ilend, wounded' .
:.({even in" ." + .d k th.'ii, record in the way of relatives and fricnd-s. in Green'j.Coxc !j..1)1' in the hands of their foes. 11.1.::! Klishu:: OsiiiK Malford.ll.'Mi Mr. lleinn'It is a hustling I|II IJ. D. Miner is clearing up an acre
I I I' : ; Andrew Anderson. young farmer, a son of :Mr. and Mrs. |i'nl'Il..d land just Mouth of the park.
I the first of the .
Springs part About txioty-flvo miles representsthe
no-ticed , t ll:7:: William N. Norman. J. Kmnk Bonnott. The bride M the It will h,,,. planted to strawberry runners -
i week. greatest" point <>f pcnotrntion inud'1nt
only daughter uf Mr nnd Mrs. J. P.
Ills: Willie William Sterns; nnd sweet when
10nJ'III" to the ; >'t. Mr. T. M. ;Mimms, of Jacksonville, any place by the enemy in his ad- ; potatoes ready.
Collin of Johnstown. Miss .
Collin( ill
I avery II. C. .
Jones
11.11I Roland Thomas. has cleared of
Henry
couple
Chi'i.-ti.'in." Pro.b, ) toriun vas visitor to Lawtey Monday. r vnnecVnnd' on the northern, and south- ( u
EPiScoplllilln'j II j I I., Hull. popular young lady/ especially ''acres nf I"... land of J
-Hugh( oust Alligator ca-
.t Luth !t.m aril |1"1 haps Mr. W. IL Burt was transacting .orn i ends of I the big salient he has loft in roliguius circles und, fur
larger I I.IHnl.'orJc ttiloy. years has nal. Though the land 1 IM new, the
nominuiioi' The offering was business in Starke Tuesday. his flunks dangerously" open to CIIIIII'1"I'lIun..k. {
been
than u I.I !, and pays the church up- Rev. W. L. Overstrect was transacting ... It is not improbable! that I 1111-:; rawrenci-. Afoody. Stall the secretary or the Florida beans unit other truck ho hits planted
I1 :.;.I-James lleninan Purrish. Christian Endeavor; UII""' Wowish grow hicoly.DO.VT .
[ of the ministry.iTh in Jacksonville Mon- very
to-date mi theupport business ,, British and French reserves, arid pos- thorn much health I
I .-Matthew: ; and prosperity -- -
Myers.11111Marius
sdioo! i is growing und im- i .
Sin' ilny day. : I
ha'hind arid their married life an I lOIHJK; IM'0\lTA.V.: :
of : I ; ) .F. BrowlI.I iinrip-
pros ''II" uiidei,, the superintcndency Rufus! Jackson came over from ,
I
,' I 1171 I I Charles T. Barrett. pled sea of happiness. A heavy penalty hires those who do
ill, II Tolhert. and his. faithful .r a'ksolwillp and spent Sunday with thrown against the weakened enemy.I! '
Misses .
bawl! u < idlerMr., : Ovid Haynos his parents. Mr., and Mrs R. (. Jack Notwithstanding tho strength of 1 7UJames; Beutty. Ruby and Jessie Cohorts( and flat milk their ineoine tux ,return be-
Air. Tom Chustuin wore pleasant: visitors > furo 1st.I .
( April
Onlcrcd Krid.iy.1I7H
bus l b. < n t th< faithful: secretary of this ) son. '! the German drive, nowhere has! the I Appear" to Starke .

Sunday haul! for oxer ten years. He ;\1.... :Moses: Bcssent, of Whitehouse, ,: British, and French front along the -Joseph Leonard !Harrison. Jo'I'idIlY.I |
j !Purman ,
( Hoberts and Jesse ler the
J181' Hen Rohprts.IllyDove KI'M. guest\ uf Miss Mubel Brown.
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' hi.. of duty. visitor to Lawtey Sunday. I IMr. latter of which American hnve '
is nlwa\-i at post was u troops !
1 ( Cnrtor. Ogden', of iruham, visited, Luke Butler I Uov. Wancn Coflln, of Johnstown,
... Mondaymorning the pastor was tho II. W. Burneyf .lucksonvillo, ,given a good iieeount' of their; ability ,, .. I I
I II IK I-Josi.ph )DeSuo.lIHii Weilnc.dny "u\1'111111'; was a business visitor to Luko But-
several tokens of with relatives in Law- '
of Ground'has
happy recipient spent Sunday in HghtorM, been evon dented ;
l l ; .Inhn Wilson I'inholster. ;Miss May MoKinm-y, uf Graham; her Saturday,
' appr luiiiuii'\ I -u. h as canned 1 been given it i is true, but so skil
visited .
llouls'l tey.Mr I lll! Nathaniel Williams. rolativc.s hero W'dflellday.Irji. i :bar'Vnscuc Dowling, of Jackson1 -
1 fine syrup, money and a large W. McCormick; <'k and daughter, |fully: and with such precision of movement '1 ..
"Drew, Addison
I ll! !II-J.l O. Jones. of John 'town ''ijient' !relay and Siiturday witnrobiliviM
his ministers to their homt ,
honjc-eurei] hum. Clod; gives ;Miss Bessie, returned that from north to south a surveyor -
\ the weekend with
sprint her mother in Luke Butler.
'' 1 11:1Lei'! :! Eubanks.IJOO : :
friends. to help when their in Gainesville last Sunday a tet"pen.linsc scarcely ,could have worked amore
true )i rclativel'i' I' I : )/-Henry W. nurnl'Y.I Mrs. N. I K.-Jtoberts: of Luke Butler.Tho / Mrs. K. I R.: liio.hard: spent lust Sunday -
with
short that there would bono about a week lino.On .
Salary I is so I IMr. oven 1 05-Alie: Bccki'm. ,'hllul\,. "'Iua| recently/ hold(. in with her mother Mrs. S. A. Richard -
chance for "end to meet" financially nt Kinorsley lake and Laxvtey. the other battle fronts the
Watt Luko Butler Will a great HUVCOH.! Arrangements und returned to her home in
1211 -
Benjamin
God sent ravens to feed Elijah, : If. W. Tippins of VunussaH: Ga.l; ,I orations\ continue of a minor charur-I Johnny have
1219Matthew! : Flowers. teen mad. fur their Gainesville; :Monday taking with her
but He send.- His consecrated childrento I was a business visitor to Lawtey last ter, but daily the situation in Italy |I i-Charles; Edgar: lieu return next year. Isolu Roberts! her granddaughter

feed them now. :May: God bless all xveek. i I gives greater indication that an offensive Mr. and !Mm. Will Andrews/ whose home
t' Jacksonville 1231- Oscar :Mitchell. Mr. is in Gudfurd. Miss lioln
/ these dear friends at Hampton for I Mr. A..1. Lowery of against" the Italian front i.s inprol'rpsif. Dennis Andrews Mr. will
1.210Edwin Davis and Wm. Over- attend the Gainesville; ichool.
, and ,. several days with relatives 111l.awtl.'Y Large reinforcements
these tokens of love appreciation. continue
spent
1212- Thomas Albert. street motored to Jacksonville lust Mr. J. I L. :Moran of Parrbdi. :Manu
T. L. Z. BARR Pastor. last week to be drawn up by the Austrian
\: 1211 I --Wallace Golden. Tuesday. I I tee county, is visiting his brother, Mr.
tran8aetinR'busineu
:Mr. A. A. Stokes wa and Germans and the artillery activity
: 121 IS" -Allen Wilson Thomas. The conference* of the Christian i W. K. :Moran. :Mr. ;Moran will soon be
;" ONE: <. .\ :,\ IHH.ITillS: WEEK. in Jacksonville the first part on the whole front is i growing more churches' of 1
12."i2-(Harry Stern.1253Seymore Hrl\'lfor'll.'ounty to !bo held ono of Uncle Sam's boy: passing the
inton.se
.r of the week. Edmon Kobinion.; here Saturday, March ,10th, und Sunday j examination in Brudentown and being
Friend of J. .1. Bielhng announce i I Harold Thomas came down In Russia the situation again attracts :
'i" atl I March Slut, i.H expected to bo attended placed in Class I. He is expecting a
?A him candidate for commissioner Nass. i county and spent Sunday attention by reason of the fa..tthat
a torney A. V. Long: ; largely./ n..v.Jcuirp.{ ; paitor cull at any time.
from district No. 1. :Mr. Bielling is a the home of his parents, :Mr.: and :Mrs. Ukrainians and the Bolshoviki "Colonel Long haJJ many friends In : of the Christian church, has taken Some miscreant with u knife sliced

well known citizen of the Providence O. L. Thomas. have recaptured Odessa from the Teu- Ivy county and his record as State'sAttorney much interest in his work und l hall i tho top nnd sides of a new auto owned

section and will no doubt prove a Rev. Gco. S. Henderson, pastor ofthe tonic allies. .-- has brought forth ex proll- : !been rewarded by the great success i by :Mr. Will Andrew one night last

strong candidate. The contest in this I M. E. church South, flIed his teg-\ HAS MAKE: FINE: ; KKCORO.i' : ions from a great many that h.) d... ; ho hns mnd j in Advancing. the inter- j week, aldo plunged it in the tires, t>9.

district is; nuw a three-cornered one, ular appointment on the II>'rd Sunday: I Iat I pervfs a place hi hr up.! Ife certain I ests in the various charges hn hnl. | idea injuring it in other ways. There

Messrs. O. 1. Brooks and J. C. Crews I Baldwin, while Rev. IL L. Fell ,! TIle Bronson Times Democrat 1 pay* ly has made a Splendid record, and hjd"trict Misses Yolando Jones anti HenriettaRosenberg III no clue to the perpetrator of this

having .ilready announced as candidates -I I|the following compliment to State At- lit proud of hM.! spent the week-end at Mil-: net.I"r ,.
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'\: -_ .,- VKKlt; ()("1' YOIR HOGS; uickly without falling t I '-

i hunter cttl'l. "an exnrnlMtlnnt: tlii.i ,; For Indigestion Constipation or MX WEEkS; .\ uxunl| di'-i'iiM't of h"",. '1 ,

AMERICAN SUGAR ; rr. f th 'S. "n-1 t pr.. ,ti < "f r- ulfoucnesaI i 0 11\.1:1':: Ho-, ; Powder .n i?. '
n..! .n'. !I' .. '!I. 'N" i n.,, 01! t' ii1 This Is Our Winter i .!i-t try on s "iJ-r rr.t I I"tll' f I.A.X-FOS! j In every ]<.t of hoRi: on feed ; . It's straight nit'dun
i v'ldr' I WITH PEPSIN. A L\ql\ , D..,"-'twu; three wcc-1- 'I'lickly and l actually 1.I the agency loinuc .it <"
.. < : r :, Li\aNe 1''. a-.ail, t'i tnki! !VI Side sad, le-a them ,.th", v
; I.1.1, "''iii' of TestS"J I
SENT TO FRANCE '., ; ..r li-r! I fI !II 1: njrnmi iid 1.d 1 t J the [pub;;.. hy l ParMctli! iI' i- likr- the.', tinentile. 'drove wiuld l> J. W. White & S"n
m.\Iufa.tlllerh ufLuxntiv"! ; RrQmnuic ,- ) ,', ,,1.1; f'I' i ri In" I'i i t six rat'I"n
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. ,' .t r >" i 'u Ir.'r'n" 1 II ," rl'u* .. f .1!C': u'dn, i Power of First Impress ,'
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I American Price Rigidly Regulate* T v .1 I 1 r'1," ,. f"r 11"1t I The hutfiit fIt'r: 'a iK !1tI'- bplte. nf tJ..- f"'t tli, t
ill,1 ti th I > wet In It' HII-, 'd'.Nt of ivlin I "nhtl"n. Ihc U. .
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e by United States FoodAdministration. liis'I ir- I'' ""I rty. will!! t.e I in Lake Butler Fi I
tij, l 1 '.r lug Diner \Vc idnj.ii. Th'imaV U"? l'o>\dcI" in { nd ('I1I"rlllrJlI .till' ill- r i1j .
! "in In'r....'t '1.1! ''"h.:, 'r tlliifi' mil'r 'I, d..ft.! r'II.! nf'>r .(i :'utul'dll'oll"h: :JJnd!:! and 2'rd: ''. f>.r h"c-. Ii k''ep.! th'-ir' M'-U-m' "! New '11":1":; .
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men. than) i OMT ,Hi"J, Iid'"rHI', .A' ''r rd; U'J ruMM't t'OfnrntTiiiitol. I fir th" purpose' ::f u- "'"' -ing !and col.llcting I- :Nei I h(..ilth and! /,1l l ; h"ri to j I Jif-t
, : '. It Tax Ijook-s will clouii ('
: I I t ,'. I hi j.,'I 1 r.'iiiu' the r> I i r' < / taxes : -
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I II 11> i'', I., a duty fur the lir.st day o' april :Mi't u-
1 1f "MI" ''!>'r iiyr: "iiiiTit r '
CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9c. ]J. k. .. ,, ,limits on ( "r ,iiihi-r 1 urI'I" i '! each< "tie' to there and pay your taxi s and maK'uur '\! -

1,1, . i; '. .11.r thin utnoiint to be urr.. 1 I I1",11" O. Mil only so > assessment for next your.Very ;
j I' murk ax I III truly.X. BEST
YOUR
under th" law. 1
i \ i .lIrn'
,. Sugar Coat 35 Crntg .. Pound ( "//11 the rnnl"e' of these lnve.'U"itloiis I ,- UItl'H!
I. Civil War, .H mers'' ProflI' Durin"l) It wns. fuun'l by ciiii\nHi. of ,,1"// burmiii maintain body the A.'l'r, j I .\ rsvc'ni'iri' >h"u1,1 rnik' "the mot t of I her ptronal appcuam'.. y.L y.
Now C.M. sled. Ciitinii "prude\ u'ra" that,, their sutfiir )heal" }J. :M. DOWLING. .
I .. I II luring' tie' fits'" nine inmithH of. 'li- j 1,, .r: '. :, and, strong. Thi< winter 2t. ('"lIed"rUGH !ifliv':' i I' au offense( to good, U If \sln re beauty can be
I past' yr-nr, "l'l, for an av'rnyn'f nrio'i1'I2I ',f ]V lltj \IH tinperiod, when' Is to Lnn'rl. 1.
I .' : tlor"lIll..ut) l.i-" 1".1..1! "lure In Ainurh a whether I I" ,
Hagar" IH"i hdny p'-r 1"I.lr..1: ,' f. o. h Oi >ii. t'whlfh CALOMEL MAKES ,
. AII"I"a lit I In !, 'Mi .1.1i ( dtltv nr.'l! f-elithf( lidded] to th'ru our pi-njile lire fupuMp, of voluntary I 1 i i< tal III( mMie< are prrat\ enemies 'to beauty. But' these can I t r i

i pound" In .tinth' I i e-.1 n" lln uili,; i -Oners'! r.(.>.t nni'.uiit\ to uhoiit ?"> 'np!( Iti'lULJuii) gnrrlfii'e to !! YOU DEATHLY SICK lirji'l Il otcrc'.tneLy using our tTOILET ':

I, ;. 1 ii- ,IH n M 1 ..., .''. .AM"II lid! {.,.r 1 luii'lri'l,,, The/ flM-rriC"' ."!1., prli'" live the worM Thut '!'H tlm pur1- I i PREPARATIONS ;i t 1
i I II , , of irinr. ,,,1..1 l l.v Mi'ioiiH r"'h'rl"I', >- Fl''.NI' nt nrirtinl7.ntii.il "f (lie I
r.d'!'>. "I! I' ,Ist' ir liIJul.I ,
f I .... nliont round Hum's!! Pond! AdmlnlKtrntlon Using Dangerous Drug< '
I r for'Hii "r Inn .Mention: was Stop when
Ir: I'' 'i"') jii" r ( i i. .,' I'J/ !I. I I No; UW going ,through( life with!! a c.turse, rough kin \\ i u' ii'j .
nffl effort
I 11t7.,0 r hijii'lreil.. or a differential -by mil.i: fury to pryule
f' .; I 'J 1I"n, '1,.lh'' III' . .r IIIt t'dl' .11 f :14 t. |1 the, food lint this.... world : Before It Salivates You I In- mademonth: and fine. Pimp!<' Moieties blackheads and ..ill I l I :l 1

I '. 'I 1 HI.II"- ("""I i. ,,i iil"ii, HID H"/J I !Ia "111 r.Junlf! tho ilIfferentlBl' In 51 .30tluri ndI' ". It's Horrible.Yo endure them
I Ii I . ,, far i rulion| < '
ti ? nn
tmlrkrt! I Inr < r an the of fit
tens n Hiixlnu' to piddle\ f !oI. KOiiliAI'U'' : I ST1t.1Ti! (+Y I I'f
i I tin /1Ia"' i. i i Lr'r i ,in.'I. Imli-H, 'oI"r I ci'ii' 1".r tnln'tred. hail HII"hI dlffi'i'Mlnl ire' Mllou", Mjjjgt-' ; conhtiIJtltl"! > ''II u.mllo' ,mroi\ and frf, < r\e your ccmfiltxion, n'r--' II \
IN i.ii .ri.I I 91.' r.i', .'il ndmiiilatriitlonInii from the lilt of..tnii'intv Lr! l,,'lie*.-e you need vile, dangc-iou.; II '
! I I II In en In \use __ _ ._ _ ._ _, l'' Nt."rl '
I ". r fear 'a i' .'/iilnlininll' pTl""li I .r , ,,, TOT.!' 'fire piilillr, wonlfl/\ have h n I c" .nnd to start your liver and d.!
: .i I i 1.1 (pnli, '' i ii.lun. .I.MTI; ,. ,llio'iH'hlimn Kn-.eil J in the, first nlno month of tie' I :your bowels, I Ice ( 'rinm liter) hay at Mitihcll's H/

i II! tin: hi"""<> KII.S, ,, df Htiimr: nineit'll i it year nbnut' $:!(.'OO.rKiO()." NEED BIG HERDSEurope's Here's my guarantee! Ask you V.
1 ( hlilpped ,h, I I"linen In the I 'IllStt"i.r N.xt Year druggist for a 50 cent bottle of I D oils =::::

"nml. ,ilit tl"- r'adi i uriii" fi''" aI ZItI I I >on' > Liver Tone and take a spoonful
'tiii'i" ,Is nroiin-l' H ,In, X'4intH.' Nor, \Vllh. n vttW! to mure elfirlent orunnl.iili'in ; tonight., If it doesn't start your live

hi/" mid fell ,Dili) -iiLir,,', :ail HV4 to ttnH :' \ 'nf tin' ,trwl" In Importeil Hiiicin < Meat Supply Must Come and, straighten you right up bettor

, tli.<- fond ','''Ir''''' rrutlnnh'IIPVON, next yi'tir 'two ominttleu IIIIMJ IH-I-II than calomel and without griping or
l.r,1,) iinliM tin' Aim, 11' .in Iii" >ii-i'Wlfo to funned hy the food adjoin lxlruItutu' : From America. I sick I want to THE McCALL
making: you you K<0 QUARTERLY
/put no rnoif thin M, I.is, ""lIIlIt. I 1. A eiiminltteo lyituprlHliitf ri'|>n-
buck to the store and get your mon-
l.n"l111.11", nh.'n. Itin' food' ndmlniNtriitlfin ontittfxeN' of nil of lhu eli-iniMitB fAmerlenii I .. -:-
ran rellnliiK KroupH. Th"prlnelrml Warring Nation Have Depleted:) LiveStock ey. :
MUM nrcnnlriMl: tlui Peru| nfmiirnr '"
I Take calomel today and tomorrow .'
roMiKiiddenlv, ,to, 11 ruts n '' Only' of tills committed IH lurtlvlili at Cnormou Rate, Even will feel weak and sick and nauseated for Spring is now in
you
ponii'l Imrlnir, the fitII'/ Witr' ""lIlIr' ; Iho sugar' ImportH pro null tu Killing Dairy Cattle For F ad.Amerlcnn Don't lose a day's work. Take .. the hands all Mc
i east the consumer, :M": cent** a pound.It their vlIl'lmllCltplI'llIeH nod IIIJO thntobwilute ,
of harmless Dodson's Call
i a spoonful vegetable Agents. I Its
In done to every re-
k \ r. /trulntlon nf the Hiigiir market. find justice '
Liver Tone tonight and wake :
I' r'..hu, Ing' the .rice to. 8V4 nod l 0 cents ,, finer Block brceilcra are being up j' :f., many pages of beau .
i frnin mlviiin-lmx, to A "IIIlImlttpIIIUlnprIBlo" three repreNeatutlyl'a asked to conserve' their ttnekB and feeling great. It's perfectly harm : i ;. :
: I \ I iiml ki-i plnir It Nile I 2. less, so give it to your children any I"!:;_ .. ti_ . tifullyilIustrateddesigns \
4- . fond ii'lnilnlNtrntl-m, linn of thu KnKllHli: French herds In -.
1 .IH (II" order to meet Europo'H tre- .. '
t "V-I time. It can't salivate, so let them constitute a i .
J .>,d. tinAiMiMlciin" ,uiihlle ut 'Iciixt' $ end Iiiillim KoveriunetitH: ; two npnNtntlveH mendou.i ilcinamls for meats Uurlni: : ,L..t.

I ',. (KKKM( ) In fnnr innnlliH' ncrnrdlriK 'toHtnteinrnl ('( of \HID, Amorlciin ri'tlui-rH., the war nod probably fur many yours cat anything afterwards. ((11-4); :rv.I- \ fashion display that } .. ,_ ,
Hindi hy Herbert Hoover with member of thu fowl inlmliilHlratl'in. .51' '
a a will delight 'I(
nftorwiinl. i ,
Tin Cjlnlna! ; That UCDS noAiSct: the I Mud every ,
the ollic-r, fJII.V'J Only two of I ho cummltteu I Uuonrrlvei ... I.
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The L'nltcd Stales food ailnilnUitrntlon / !: r' ,Ir.I, 'I ,Ih. ,.,''' r enfIt. I. 'ca.1l ; : woman who sees it. >
"It In our stern duty' to feed' fhn IIII ) from Europe; but they ripnnent '.: : d" "-t'"Ill 1. .ii'.r'lultIty _I''" .
I HPB, to ninliitaln' their lii'iillh nail, the iillleil, Koviirninvnt. The ilutli'K reports' that Amerlcnn mm'" isrnUors I.. ' II/ .," r, a nt,, not You can make any / ,. ..{
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haw shown I m r
n UMprmltlim incooperato
e.Ht to l oiirBelvon of thin ciiiniiillten are to iletcrinlim' , ) I .
HtretiKth ut' any 1..1" I r 'ee.ic .i I w. C. OVL. OUe.a garment illustrated I I '
!Mr. Itiiuvcr declared. "ThenIIIIH nothien tho niiiKt ccimomlcitl KoiiriT rnun 11 with tho snvernment In in __ : : Lf
nor will/ )IIf' n H Tar, KI-I It, ''nouihHDKiir '' transport I point of \U I
for even ,lli'lr preNi-nt incimrB Ilex to iirruiiKe linimpnrt lit iinlforniriiteH Htock.Jennuny. McCall (/ ,' I

and ili-preKHlni\ rnll-iii unleMS. they Nand to illstrlhiite. the fon-U'n nuciirbelwei'ii ( today' Is probably I luiurxuppllud Pattern '
,flllpH.. riTiinlinniikelH' fur It. If Wit .thi Uiilli-il !StnteH" iiml 1 iillli I s.Huhjict / with live stock l1.ulI Nuy, i ,-I 1, I : ';; "

In our irrccil nml Kliiiinnv fnrci< them to' tho npprnvul' of the AlinTlenti vr Kuroienn| nn i Ion./ \Vhrii 110. I" i" I ,/ I :

' I either to fnrlhi-r r..dlll'I".lr ration KiiKllsh; "'r'II'h unit Iliilliui Kuvernini'rils man armies minlo their lily 'lcr., .. I .. :.,'..'"I I '. V' I '

I or to Nand IhesiKhlpM, w" will hove ' Into France and then retruaic,I itnnlly > > I.A!< . McCall Patterns [ ,

,dune daiiniL| to our iililllllcM to "III rl1l.lIInltl., .''. wlille ImlilliiK tu unit all the cntllu! In the Im '. ': II t ,."I ,
tills W/I r. vli-un us tu the prleo to hu plilil for territory approxlnmtcly I.'>"'" """ for March /I""
bend--wero driven behind the Ii;HIM,. :, I.'
(I'lilinii bus not hml the llnnlvuln )
"If Wit tend the nhlps to Jay* I sugar i "; \
'I'hl.s Milcn IIIIH ren'.eil. I la the I IlllCD. I / ;
: NOW ON SALE
4 of next
for 250,000 ton sugar year : .. .
U we will have nfcenoltjtcd the env I RiiMTiiinentH roni'iTlieil, together with !Hut In 1'n:11I1II1'hero: '!. .IIHI.'HIIIIII'r'H ') ) I.I
1 thr ('iii frtl Kovernmont' unit, I wlxh ti> of pnnture InndH have been tnni' l. .,
extra
of eleven ships
ployment fOr of the ed Into Ii fieldstlta pottle l Iii.,ids
that nil gnu
/ltral.> einphntlciilly' Kenthiueii
A .t one ye.ir. These nhlpn-If used Iqtrjnuportlng THE McCALL COMPANYNew
1 I troop*-would take oiicerueil" us good commerclilliniii lire docrenxliiic. rnpldly. One of tinri'iiHons I

150.0UO to 200,000 men to France'' io"". 1'11'11,1' vtlth tutu ulliioMt nppnrenttv Is! Die derlliilnu York San francisro Atlanta
piitli'iiiu' nod, Hlilll to hc'Ciiro n lowerpilci' maximum price. : scnlo ndoptr-d, l"by tlnI'UKllsli >
Boston
' Reason for World Shortage. and tlu-lr perMlKlenie hlH re- I : ns follows : For September.J77tl / '" Chicago Toronto I

ras AM Air Hoover (minted, out. tt1'nltnd ,duped/ I'liban' ilfiiiiinils, by 15 cent per' $ per iINI t'uundx1IVtobcr; $ 17-S i. ; -

StnteH I'titnnla, nnd 1'lIlClnn I: liiiinlreil., 'I'he price' ngn/ ',s1 upon Ixiiliiiut NoM'inber; and, Iicci-mber il'1IJ.III' ( ; ..fanbiry 1rk, :J : -

were Hiik'nr! InipoilliiK' loiinlrleH' l.l.rO $ IHI; ) PIT huiflroil, poiinilH f. i>. h. $14 10. 'I'be elTect of these prl' .iswiis !I

the wnr uhlle l'rnni'e" and Italy weik ,I'nlin.", or iMjuiil, to iiliiiut t'i' duly paid> to drive beet iinlinnl.s on the market \ "i ''')Ii n... .

very nearly Melf supportlnK' 'Iliomut4NnurceH ;N.; -w York. n.s Boon us possltilc.. I4iJ .N9CI FACE the FACTS
u nf tljo \\oihrs, Niii{ur HUpplVIIN / In Franco the. number of rnltlu us
"Thl' price should eventuate
"li-nniiny and nil! :lihorlnK, powcrn, well n H i lie fjuallfy have nhoun nnenormous
tin "'.."t Inilli-s nnd,,,I the Curt Indlei.Oerinan Mr. Hoover said "to about $7.30 decline during the \mrWhere I .. --

'KiiVar' IH no lonxer iiMillnhle, per hundred for refined sugar from France bad, 1tI \'M\,( ) ) head. ofrntttu us face the facts. The war situation la critical.
the refiner at seaboard point or LET
f'' iiM It IH. used entirely In 1'r/lllllY.; should in the of In IDl.'t, Hhe now IIIIH only 12: ; SATISFIEDbecause Unless the Allies fight as they never yet have
place
sugar hands
,S, which iilsn aliHoiliH. HiiKnr of DurroundIn the consumer at from &'/t to B :t ill.UO\ n derreiiMe of 11)0) per' cent fought( defeat threatens. Hungry men cannot fightat
= frig" CdiintrlcH.' And, Frnnco IH todny producing, oul>' he used
cent per pound, depending upon 11' their best ; nor hungry nations. France, England,
HKliind' ran no longer buy 1..1(11).1111)I ( ono enllon of milk compared to two I
locality and condition of trade, or and Italy are going hungry unless we feed them
I'j( toim of hiiuar each jenr from nod onu-htilf gallons before tho Harrisons"Town
at from 1 to 2 Cent below the
'r'I U *ruiiiny. '1'In* French tuiKiir prudmy Denmark nnd Holland bnvn IVllr'l
price of Auguat last and from one- Wheat Savings-They must have wheat. It Is the
i lion tin x dropped' from. T.'O.IMN) to 210HX ,- forced to sacrifice dairy herds for beef
half to a cent per pound cheaperthan best food to fight on. It is the easiest to ship. \Ve
( > t. "". TinItnllnn production linn boonuHo. of tho luck of necessary feutl. & Country"and
today alone it to them. By saving just little-
fallen, from 2IO.OOO) tans to Tfl: ,(XH) tonn."JbUH Close study] of the Kuropenn meat can spare a
threw countries vvero thrown "There Is now on elimination of less than a quarter of what we ate last year-we can
I situation ban convinced the Food Administration

.r upon Runt and Went Indian Bourcen Hpe

    for l.O'J.'i.lKM: ( ) tone annually to mulntalo In tho rullnliitf ulono tho American America HUM largely In 'the production paint as often can do it without stinting ourselves. We have only

    I tlilr noriiinl conHiimptlon.: people ", IllIII VO over 23.000UX: of of meiit producing animals and to substitute another food just as good.

    IJecauso: of the norld'l lilpplnnelTJrtnfto thu refining charges lust yenr. A part dairy products rather than In the pro-
    {: tho allied" nu lona sterol of thuHo uvliiK! goes to the Cuban, luctlon of cereals for export when The years of additionalwear The Corn of Plenty-Corn is that food. There's a

    drawing on tho West Indie fir( BUgar : Huwullan, Porto Ulcun and Louflluutaa ,the| war will bave cen ed. and looks are the surplus of it. Providence has been generous in the

    t Rust I ml I,ii n miKnr took tliveo. tlq f rwjueer,] Sad! pert to the consumer, hour of our need. It has given us corn in such bountyas

    tilt number of nlflps. Bines the dl<- "Appeals to prejudice against the result of nearly a cen- was never known before. Tons of corn. Trainr

    tanC'o wan! 'three tlinen nit greut. Hud- rood adnilnlatratlon have been made BRITISH GOVERNMENT tury and a quarter of experience loads of corn. Five hundred million bushels over and

    f Ornly the went wag culled oa to furnah / the Cuban price U 81 ante above our regular needs. All we have to do is to

    \ and did furnish\ MZO.OOQ: tons of above that of 101 T. 1t! I Ii 6alj In effect HELPS PAY FOR BREADThere in paint makingOur learn to appreciate it. Was ever patriotic duty made

    ugar to 1 Europe when .1HMM: ( ( tons a thnt! the Cuban* 1tre a't our mercy ; so easy? And so clear

    \; year was the pre-war demand, Thql (in n( wt> could get sugar a cent low r. Portfolio qf Homes
    allies had drown from Java .OO.QOQ We of the cost America' Own Food
    i nm colors shows
    in
    /l i .ten.. before tho shipping. situation bocnMo ol l proilucliiK sugar In Celia hut year staRtlIng about! the bread program laCimltinO many food. The Indians, hardiest of races, livedon it.

    ;, ncuto, through>> our own agents In cubit, and, !: It la true that the KuKlliihttiiin combinations of'"T&C" Our forefathers adopted the diet and conquered a

    t f )H .. "11\ nplto! of these nhlpments." Mr. we hind It 11\1'11111' $::4 RO. while many buys a loaf of bread for lean thiiunn to select from. It'. continent. For a great section of our country it

    ). t, Hoover stated, tho other day "the producers/ are nt u bljjher, level.Vo American can, but It In poorer has blong een the staff of life. How well the South

    1<", Inill8h covernment In AiiKtiHt reduced' found that nn average profit of at bread, and tIe, Krltl.sh government fs yours for the asking fought on it. history tells. Now it can help Americawin
    I ;, the Imiisi-hotd. minnr ration to a busts leant a cent per pound. wax npeeHunry iijlifK[ fUOO.UUU.UOU: a year toward the a world war.
    t of "I poiuvlt, per nnniim 1'r eapltn. In order to miilntiila and slmlIIII"I'rnllIcU"n / cost Of It.All

    yr" And, In SeplVmher the I-'rench,, Ko\t>rnment or that a minimum Inca' of the grain grown In treat I'.rlt- SFAKKK: II .\ IW\' AKE COSTVKKI Learn Something-Corn 1 It isn't one food. It's a
    reduced, their hiiuseholil ration 'I i7:! wns nrceHMiiry, and even thlawoulil
    11 In In taken over by the governmentnt ; ;:. n.\ dozen. It'a" a cereal. It's vegetable.; It's a bread.
    Htltli"
    > ,. or n bit over Home prodiiferii."Tho
    to 13 2,1'' pound n jent and tilt
    price Im"urt",1wh"lIt "
    arbitrary
    1, 1 I'iniiid of xiiKar n ", ..nlh. Kven ttiNniuiiicre price tiltlmatt-lv agreed wan 2-:( mi lur..rIlIN..1 on the inurketH' nttlio It's a dessert. It's nutritious ; more food value in it,

    ; ration could. Tint I I'e filled l hy ants nbo\i these tltsiircH or about "."- market price." '1''liU I. s dollar for dollar, than meat or eggs or most other

    the I'Vench itoxernmeiH It wa* found' flfth of n cent per pound to the Ainertciin turned preMilUiK over to the inllla t
    "enrty In the fall America win then consumer, and..1II..urn tbiin thNiiniiMint iiuMit nt n price" that allow the al'lilteruteil -- know until you've had corn-bread properly cooked.
    i n I.l',1 f..r'Mj'MIII. \ tons of Hiitiiir antNecrn'dr.l has been Hincd by our reduction war tn-end hunt nf four IIOUIHIH' ----- -- Best of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic.

    In Niiullni! ".I.I 1I1 ton hy In reltn'rx''ranks.\' If wo \\lslt. to to Dell at 14 vi'iiti, the Iwo 1 pouted lout ;. LIKE AN ELECTRIC

    . 1 li-MMiiher) 1. The Trench request unhe. Htltli" production' \ In Cuhu w e rnuld\ nt \I) cents and thu ono pound loaf ut :&: I BUTTON ON THE TOES Corn's Infinite Variety-How much do you know about
    Itn.ntp,1, .''"n-.' the .merlon" lintiiipuiimiiiiptlon *- I take that courne Just nt l the l tlmo of. all\ n'III". corn ? About how good it i is ? About the many :
    hol'l WIIM then at "'nHt .ri5poiindH limes In hll".ry'wIII'" e want of :
    \ our In Krnnon, under eotidltlon HOIIIP- I delicious ways cooking; it? And what you miss
    per perm-ii. ami It will eiinsld-, proilueilnn. for. oumelvvt' and the allies. Tells Why a Corn is So Painful by not knowing about
    it
    whnt similar, but it ltli n larger ixtraction more ? Here are a few i
    red the duty of ntalntnlnlni tine further than that the state ilivpartiaent
    $ thu! four pound loaf bells tor And Says Cutting Makes l.; of its uses : .
    Trench morale mmle our course clear. will nsNiiru you tl'at guilt n
    It) vents.MAhiNO :
    1
    Today the ugar itu.itlon, maybe roil rue would prodaeo dls'urlmaces In Them Grow. .. There are at least: fifty ways to use! corn meal to I

    summarized by staling, ttfit If Ciitiu nml destroy even our preventHiippHcM. MEATLESS make good dishes for dinner, supper lunch or break- :
    America will reduce Its sugar. con. but t'rynnd'II theso mnterliilreiisnim fast. Here
    umptlon tO t' IS per Cent this Is one of I'nmaii just let'. Thin DAYS PERMANENT. Press an electric button and you are some suggestions : !

    a nation will be able to tend 200.000 great country *;II"I... rtitht by the 'orm coiit.ut with a Ii"cIII''' which HOT BREADS DESSERTS ;

    i more toldier to France. inlK'I't, nf Its 1..111..11''to strangle' Culnt.. In the meatless menu there Is a fertile iiiirs, the 1,ill.hen your -hm-s pressiKiiinst Boston brown bread.
    Cornmeal molasses cake. !
    SlIlCllr tads' \ HI UN at nenhoiird r. "TlKTi-fo. u there Is no Imposition Held for (doping new and 1 nouriHhlnit jinncorn' it pushes its sharp

    : I\lltlrl. iit .' :::. a hundred pouniN upon lh.i .tnu.rlrml pnhlliI'hnrie4 dlahes. acci.fdlliK to K; II. Nlk-4, roots down) upon a wntiitue nerve Hoecake. Apple corn bread. i

    ,r The wliuliMile itroci-r IIIIH itKteeil I '11 bnbeen imido before this committee believes t I 1 l and you get a shock of pain. MuHlns. Dumplings. t

    t 1 limit l \ hlH pr.-llt. I.. J.i: ccntH. ii hundred,! t Hint Mr:, Uolph. red tiV I hiuiMlt thnt the | ri-iietit nhortnee of Instead\ of trimming your corns m cuits. Ginirerbread.

    lulu' frelirM 111,1,,l th. retail Knu-er !I. I the t'nllfornla rill n'ry of which lie m"t10,1 fatx ulll not end with thcoiiilntf which merely makes them grow, just I Griddle cakes. Fruit gems.

    4 mipposcil to take i Ie' "more. than :>0 cent HUH man",icer by thin :it cent Inorcntdla of poor'. hut may crow ni.n> step into any drug ton,' and' ask for allies I

    n tiiindn-l pouii'ls pmtlt, Tills regulation Culiaiifprlci'. Mr Itiilih did ni>. fix acute unit auntie for Ue or KK II quarter of nn ounce of froezonc. This HEARTY DISHES

    woe nunle' I.)' tinfiMul" ndiiiliiNtratlon ) tin' 1"\\'". It does mine the price to years, tliuit InnkltiK', It worth white to will co-t l hilt very little hut is it is auf ..
    f ... ll.iJrnKnn farmer. nlunit Ihnt1I11I.nlni develop nifiMii of Il..IIln..ItI'llIhl..'. soft Corn-meal croquettes Cornmeal fish balls.
    uhli4i no "-I I1"> lnnixi.\\ifi (tic : : loient\ ,to remove every hard or
    to redtteeagar i on!iloii us niurliOH / It does not mine the prnlli of nnd tlsh on n more or ICKH, periiiiinentbimlH corn or calluD from one' feet. .\ few Meat and corn-meal
    dumplings.
    J.OHUlt'Il, U-illC\ olhlT sn ....1..11I.'IM, the i )I'Ilt"rllllr.lIllI'ry.' becniiHO thi-lr -\reut in, h.. reptu.vd. hy cereulinnd drop applied directly upon n tender
    i { and al.o l remlii'l-. her,, Unit stun I, MmuM, cluiA'e for n'flnlin' ; it. like nil other! n.- other. protein, t.hl. or niiiy\ hi? tolling corn stops the norenea xinstant.y Italian polenta. Tamale: I

    pny' no more th.'i \u .runs, n pomi.i,' fr Iii r... limited, to. II 1 Ilkh! per huiulre.1, i .erved In, > eiHinnll porllonM n. a tlavurlnK anti noon the corn shrivel up ..'i The recipes are in Fanners' Bulletin 563: "Corn

    turnr.r I I tiiibi plus, tho fi. luht dirfi-rentlnl ...nllnhIlHh,1 fur oiher' food. In mnklnK up it lifts' right out root and l all, without Meal as a Food and Ways of Using It," free from the
    > Control of Cane R "nera' Profit I I / custom' of the trii'lo. 1 tnt'lIlh'1"1111" this author tlndi. our puio. Thin druii freezone \is harmless'and Department of Agriculture

    a "Immediately, upon ore i.il.u-h-- "",fr. Uolph has nt one penny! of In- Amerlcnn Creole and Houthern culaluj l never inflames or even !Irritates : JIT

    l : meat of the food udu.tel.rutiun, ," Mr. -rest lu that rvtIUery.. a broad field for, lu\ejtigutlou.. the surrounding skin.-Adv. (141)) .. .. .. ....".. ".."..n un,....""' ''....,,..,
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    ,' New goods are arriving every day for the Big Spring Opening Sale at the Cash Department Store. Sale started


    Saturday and will be continuedfor a short time longer. If you attended this sale during the past week you know


    ',,, ,;, what bargains we have been offering. We opened our befor all of the goods arrived, but they arc now coming in,. \.
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    '; daily and if you are looking for real bargains, come to my store during this big sale.

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    1 SPECIAL SALE IN PALM BEACH AND MOHAIR SUITS


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    ft =SIIOKS rou Tin: E11HI'III.Y.:'; : : i..VDIISI" :: ;- )KPMJI'.MKNT.

    Mm KuduJiiU.+ Cun.iShoe; -. ::MJ.: ">\.ilin'-- The Latest Styles "' ->,ilK ;SK-S.; ,, | ]::111'41( | ,.-txl, .. $(li!, $S ;and) $10 \.diit-- ,

    Sale I'l'il'l'n -- _- ._ __ _ _ __ . _ . $ I.I!>. :gale 'I'rirl' _ $.'I.S! and up. .

    ::iK Pur Ladiciin; Mct.il Ilijrh Toi, 3a::, $1.I $"> \aim-- VVeoave a shiyment: of the latest styles in Palm -'"tlt' 1 Nrl iiro and (Ciiloivd IlI.ts, #.-,. s'I.; and $7 value; c

    Sale Price _ _ _nn _______ _ __ _ _ _ ___ ___ Sl'.ilS.: Beach and Myhair suits. These suits have jast arrived Sale Piici- _ _ _ _ __ _ I?.").:!."* and up.

    ;300 Pair Ladies Patent Leather dun; :Metal awl I,id- and are now selling elsewhere from $10( to $12 .no Latest; St\li-s I, Wash skirts .fL, $;:1 i and $1 I value (ri i

    Sale Price __ _______________ ___ n_ - -a.19: I!) up. During this sale they will be sacrificed at $G.9ti up. Sale Pi-ice __ . n __ :fiJ.!>>!) and up.

    ZOO Pair :Men's[ Work Shoes, $3.50 "iOO I.adu Silk "'ai"t;!, Vodos and Crepe' di- Cliinos --.

    Sale Price . ____________________________ ____ -$2.19.! i'KI.I': i I-'HEI':i: i KII: : Latest Stjlt-s t Sale Price_ _ __ _ __ _ __ __$1.1!) and up. V
    ,">00 Pair :Men's Dress Shoes, high and low quarter I To all who pun'hn.r :,' I puiuuK 1.000 l.ulics'11'aisis; )hint Lawn and all other tylesat' -"-

    Sale Price n$2.';;) up. of Flour and :Jl I pounds of Grist i Price _ _ . h _ _ __ _ .V.c! and up 1I t I

    COO Pair IJoys, Girls and Baby Shoes and :Meal, I will give/ I'KKK; ; two :;,ooo Pair I Ladifs' Hose, ;e >.'aluc. Assorted Colors- ...

    These Shoes Will Go at Sacrifice( Prices. Take Your Pick. pounds of Tennut/ Sulistitute FlourLot'n Sale Price _ _ 13c (
    all get together and helpt
    35c value 1,000 Pair Lailit-s' Silk llo.sc-, assorted colors
    1,000 Pair Hoys Hose. Great -- the Government; win tho war :; "

    Sale Price ___ _ _ __ ____ _ _ _ . - - . __ __ _ __22c. tl Help the boys nt the front by all'l'rirt'.P..- . _ __ _ . -.19c. to $L.19 .
    living lit ,economically/ you can. ...
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    rZl; o Huy GoNc-rnnn'nt; War Saving: .
    GUOCEKV 'f-I'AHTMEST.-! 4 : 'h Mls( KI.I.: .\M: :OI'S.:
    1, S i ; Stamps' lit :.!.r> cents each. I I'a< 'r
    Beht Grade Eugllrs quarter you .spend that way will l hI ..01)/ hiiituiM-s, $_>00 Value' .':>';: '

    Sale I Trice 9c i a' n'paid, to you with mti rest amipxerjtniu1 :SaliTricf: $1.19! YL'ar"! "I...:.zt
    % II you invest! in War Sa\/ (Dmjiiuni? malt, bulgy and liaimss. "- +; ''',
    ;! Ground Coffee
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    Sale I.flce. Ih. _._. I lie f" infix" :Stomps you are licking: a I I1lnS' GI-I; will jr<> at Miiiiihn-. .prier ,b"r' ;;t'T.
    <\Iuu Mi-n's: ItiltnS.ilo ;y.
    I man -
    :J"e Green Coffee If 1. \ : HATS! '
    Now is the time Trui- I'll! + .J.i,; .
    I :S.iU: > prim Ih ----. HeToilt't 1,0110 I..ulii+ s- .nd Phildi, gym'" I Hat, I IIrr iinomuiilly, l by basin yourLuo.r Lou) Tair. i White, ('III1'n'h.' :; ...' ''r' *;\\1"i "

    4m, / and Laundry Soap- I'I ,, StJ Ii" 1'pl in. d.i'i:, Irurrir( ; , from. tin1 ('",h IK'p.utincut 1' i on \'.alinA. lEaitfiiinSal. ; >r'', '",,}
    I :Sale: Price, ruler ._, 5e. 3 / 'p ;.
    : : Sale Trice U1+c up. Stun. True $1 l I'l! i i
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    Best Guide; lil'ist- u0u' I L Illll-s llallllUt'llhlHl. \ rE .
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    Sale Triie. Ih (li i l-2c ,M at Inc 'l'nil un'l, brat, On, '' y
    f1 I ty :NOTIONS AND I'NDKKU\\\\\\\ \ :>>.aliTriii- I IiJHO 1 _
    71 "J \ Bl. t diade :Meal- | 'a'i'. '
    I I Sale:: Trice. II). __... 6 1-lc '>OtiO Yard.SheetniK, llejrul.ir I; 20 contiw\ ) Tun, ndii-K' Gun; Mi: .t.il' Slew 't 't1.k y C',

    !\ 1 Kxtra Good Compound Lard- I Sale Price _ _ - - IK1 J Id( i-iil.u' $a:! 0U \'+dur 'iv '+
    Salt- Triii- $I.TIMill's r , ,, ,
    r ... 23c ; assorti'd pattirn2V.; .:. v.nuo: L' ,
    I hale '1'rice, Ih. .m.- 2,000(/ Yard.Drus- (imghams, '!" 1 .
    I r : and )IllY'" Tennis" MHM-M, "m ,
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    !I ..-. Good Giado Bacon Sale Price - - of niir, Ki-cular $1.Oil) Seller ;{+
    a Sale Trice 27c 1.000 YardDress ( ;iin hani-, 20 cent vali'e.- :Sale; Triii- Tie t

    j e Il. Best Grade Hour | Sale Price _ _ -- _ _ _ _ - - - - 1 ::1(' f:1I: ) fair.! (Inly, AHHiirli-d, :Sis; put| r ; I v

    I .I -- Sale Trice 21 Ins ______-$1.67 5.000 Yards: :Merida Voiles, Crepes( !, $1.: .j value- rot I..i'athi-r. Shots. Iti-iriil.ii: :$f fj 'noV Ft+ lY t t '

    fJ Kine Giad; : 1:' Salt- J| Sale Price _ _ h __ _ _ ____ _ ll! e and up. .lllli, Will KHs.ile wtr
    nn
    ... I I :.sale I Trice 100 U>H -$1.O.iSpeeial 1 Triii- ::11.:1'/l : I1
    r $:!'->0 (Hand Hags-Well :Made and Will I.I.IYOII! Inn I'ull I ailii-s, lloiisiSlippi' 'i t. : :

    ... I.\ . .. ; Tin.01 on Brown and AppleTobaccos I I'J Sale Price _ _ __ _ _.. _ ___ _" __.. - -- - :*'1. I!", v .,hl" l l0. I In- sold ly V'
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    "lA/tliuize; Vests Uetftilar 0-cent value- :SaliTriii> *1 I.II'! I
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    y'::7"" 0 We pay :!Q cents a dozen for your I Sale Price _______ _______________________ _ 1 :'(' ".n I Can J J T.ilrn Iteaih Tiinti, tin.inn' 1 _
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    'KK- ,pants you paid $ >Oil for
    :5,000 Panama Hats, Our Regular $1, !$f.;i, $f 0 value I
    PJj) Gust IV-t (;iradeSale ; la-I sent, to pn ut
    Trice I rack -..-$5.6.'i i Sale Price -____- -__-___________-______$I'-H) and' up. Sill Triii$1.'IH! up. r .ft
    Umlerwear (lood; (lualityfrl -;." ) Tunis-worth 00) '} at
    Sale wowore Meal: Ilrst Grade $1.00 Men's nalbritriran: lluv's $1 -

    For our fortunate Spring Opening in securing. a fine :Sale: Trice, Hiick .$1.90 Siile Price _____ _ ____ __ n_ __ __ __ _ _ __ ' |1:1:u> .Sale Triii-' . _ I'lr 'IIIW
    I' :Mi,.,n's Nik TW-H, Soiling for $1.Oii > 7 nrr
    lino of tallies Waists and, Skirts. Rice, Host Grade, .Ofl :Men's[ [Elastic Seam Drawers I
    I I. 'uluriand worth it ; atOn
    We have every kind-a lino that :Sale: Trice. Hack __..___--$8.911 Sale Price .. . . _____ _ __ _.. - - 7c:! i, i ts.i.s..il |.. Guiiitf ;Ir rH rI.!
    cannot be excelled anyw here. Don't MISH This Sale tot
    ._ <- Trici- |lrMill'
    \Vo are selling these at greatly ID liushHs of !1)0) Day Seed Oats at -- \\nlk. GloVl-N; r".pllar VMSale .
    reduced rrlcl*- Look for prices $l I..:J1; per IJtI h"l. nnl1111:i: : \\ To I 11:1BIIII iI : : \'. t ."b''II'

    Mn.l
    Hi" :.nlini.. JlI'lIl1lryoap' :; -- 1'I'' i p.ut-| I tin ', t t4L. "il I. a' i 1: "' 1',in.. ,0 Suits, worth :j:1:I OO any:
    SaliTrue! I :.ie i \ I I rt I I" .V ("III, e. r "l'If"' u ill)I ITU fur
    0 ,ii' 1,1,'" 'i'I'' "oil.i t of it rrl, 1> in, W.I-'BEW:: ; 8 'Illo/U/ '
    :MIN: I 1'l'It: .SliJ-:-';(; r Itl; :siliTriii- IIIIMI .,
    r,"h '"'k si \KI\I-:. i'i.Ms i.\. , .,'. 1001 Lun :
    ; Mi: ii NV.nk, .shirts n I 1'1.1;, 'll.it M t'nlu I I"" 1 "oil I I ""I i "i r r. "
    ,alr Trui- . . _ HeM 1 Irur, I hI i MI uumnd'I r'ord- :.ic allVM ;wr t j ,In. !.i mi' .. ...1'1.'' nnlt" ' in, "r 16/ tut'' ..rr,,I 1'1// t \VI"
    1 I" Ul'l'\- 0101>! I at a I low ,
    it \I' "\ I
    : n's :--111.,]| H,,," tt | KI.I..NHII: : sSn 'IIK k. t.. !t-'01 f .1.1sali r ur '1'1.1 I 1, J"? +r. 'i r i Jr"i i I fr Mil
    lair Trice I:to I,: Trin- *\ 'IH!1 up ''II I I.'I"' ,U,,,'k.
    andMi
    |11o't, :MiMEN'S -- Thlal.: . ; | c i i! pru r i's on 1,0011/ I latins 'a
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    :tips> all PII c i.n HiyShut- : II'-. :Sun;,, Huts SIT this line -

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    -- -- to 11- it is to buy
    ;MI.VS: rricNisiiiNtis.I ;
    .- I'trUNISHlMiS.SO ; ;; ; :Silk: Thrc-ad und Cotton Thrr-ad, perspool e' oj
    Sale:: I'rirp, .. Ic ;:;00/ Pair Men's: Blue tierre:; and all colors: $1 ti( $7 $.S value '-

    ,00 and $7.00 (Ien' Silk Shirt ">0i' :Men's Good Quality Ito">- .- Sale !Price _- n . _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _- _$-.' S and up. ,
    Sale Price __ ____________ __ _ nn - - -- -$; :.Sale: Trice . 22cli.i : 't, " ,I
    : Value Men's: (last--- t. ::tOO Pair Work Pants!, $'dIIQ to $:{00 value-

    Sl.OO! and $;;,00 Men's: Shirts, All Silk- Sale Trice _ _ I3e Sale Price u ____ ____ u_______ ____ _ _$1.19! and up.
    Sale Price _______________________________ __.$2.19. :1s :-500 (Pair Overall.Finest Hrurid and Make- )

    S3.00 (Ien';! Shirts, in the Latest Styles- Sale Price __ __________ __ ___ __ __________:$J.I!) and up.
    _______________ .______.$1.98
    ;Sale Price _____________ ,r 00" Pair Joys: Pants' an I Overalls j
    '
    $:,OO :Men's! Good Quality Shirts ,. ioods; Will (Cn; :at Sacrifice I'ril.t.1'I. You TaKe Your Pick
    ________ ________ .51..7.: !).
    Sale Price MHI M 11'I", "' and! Hoys' Felt Hats, $2.00 null $'L.60( \;tlu+'

    :ALSO; :Mens'[ Shirts, Well: -i"I dand Strong- ; :!:il ll :Mi-n's" :Suits; ;, .\ .,,,T'nl Wo. I Ii lI ly :-;., I'rin' _ n U _ _ ____u ___ ____ _$ I. :) :ttd; ill).
    .Side. Price ________________.. --. 'JS : ;w, ris an,1Vor ti.d, .i'l,!I t'',1 rn" ,in l.artrissortnicrit; ; 01'Ituincoati'4 arid Slickers
    :: I / thivi'ry 1.11t p|ia'l.rri-+ '>. I'hu
    ;Flnu:,; ;Mi-n's Shirts-Splendid l Value- I of the Ii I Ii".' w hi.i .... :Salel'riic; .. ._ . __ __ _ .:$J.IJunduI":! .
    _ _ ___ __ __ __ __ __ _ _ _ _ . - .01) !tiilf'I":! uri' i '
    Side Price 1 .. .,, lam'if -hi. ":, r !tern, aldi 'n n "I'n' i i iI Mi M' :-;;Ilk lln. i-, rpul! .tr 71: runt v.ilm- tj 1''
    'ry II C'.mrld" .
    ..q! "ii :Mi-n's" flood;( Value Work Shirts; ..fi'rtan.ontalr ) 1.4 1 .. (/ad l,. nf Hiimlkiri. InI I f.M. "r (li.nnl; I:M 'Unn't, I I I.i, '"' l" ' Sale Price . 1 l.'ic.:: 1 1

    Falel'rice------------------------ - - - J; (. r.. \V..nn, n and (hili'n' n ,.;ulr. I'rirr.. 01\7\; 9i ul', __.I. ___ """ _..... ...J _____......."""' ..

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    the{ best of prices. I am also prepared to sell you the best little
    oils etc. at very
    place for to and get supplies, repairs, ,
    I have special go
    a you '
    in car,
    If here a the and( and
    are sell counter auto supplies"cm I
    you Remember I am prepared to you goods over s
    of ford-The Briscoe---the new wonder that startles the rich. ,
    Bradford County can "Hurrah for the name Briscoe"It means the poor can at last \
    in the I will in tlu store. i
    My partner, Mr. Moore, will treat you just as good garage
    the garage. \' ,

    ride the auto.



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    FRIDAY. MARCH 29, 1918.'adford .
    STARKE FLO Kit)A.
    nnAIIFOnU COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: _:--
    GF. voim -
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    --.- ---. .- -- Comml..loni'r fiom I. .
    CHiulUInU* for County i itrlct

    : < I 1',0,1. , ./' .' II" .. i 'ijnduy nftcinoon.'l" I' Hill!, Will Edwards, T. J. Terry nnd there Is a medicine: that will" relieve; No.: 1. enmiHwi'd of I'nlralmi. nml. I'mvi-
    .j; \i / '' its is Tanlac. il viitini', iiriclncln. VVu link tin' mippott.i.f .
    Co'u and name iiii
    \ t tTclenrap 1 1f n in' ., .. ' I ... "ii,'.. ... 01"" ,, ) h..". ,,1/, ;-' f'ial EasU-r sorvno'ill be held H. H.: Bennett.: Tho committee appointed them Tunltic, is sold by C. P. Cason inStarke .> Ihuutir" ol llu? illiili'lct for Mr, Hi Himanil -
    bchools are as lu< "ill "ho> ful'
    cnurch ii"ct by the Sunday IIVKUII" Hum Hull 'n"< an''':
    WM
    Ihe I'Yoe, Hnptist
    1 Stindii! ft' i "' ,"" n' in nf .
    '., : >: f"lI"wH1.: r-:., South, :Mrs. Chas.Uinkms and by one druggist everytown illicit lit ultcntlon lo I hiUutiiB thi oifinFflR
    .Mr" I .Mi, 'I 1'. H- I.'I'1 ',"' .. \j'I'd| | Sunday. murnini' by the pustor., His
    ; :;; ; ; :ii. in Bradford 1 ('ounty.-Adv.
    ; : f LLiHiit'd Weekly and ('ntl'rt'Cet. :- Mrs. R. H. Wiggins. Baptist
    iil.itiM-- i'.n" l..il e U'ltl'-r]' :SntiirdayMr ; !ti-\t will be. "The Resurrection. I -----.-- COMMISSION: Elt IlISTRICT NO.: s.I ,
    .I' ;.;(t' id claHB matter at the pont-office at . and ;.Mi,'" O. W. Usury: -)>ent There will ho. special songs by the :Mis. .1. JtpldishTrR.: B. Rovve.Urnce SALI OF 1'Ht1i:1o\: \ I hinliy announcf m>'Hi>lf a vuntliilnlv. fi>r rciKction -
    I'Ij ( M.: K., Mrs.: J. H. Moroe, Miss: to thi> office of county .omml"'o.rIn
    j Slark p. Florida. .,iii'id.iy, vi-ry plen-.iittlj, ) with .Mr.. and Sunday schools and n few recitations A sale of tiri-H" at greatly reduced and for DlHlricl No.: Z. antl iuctfully)' to-
    Wliitehead.Mr. .
    lit U'i-rii
    I.\'nll. and readings appropriate for this service. licit the fcilppoti. of the volcn* ul Ihtt ilt mocnitic,
    Mi, f H. II.
    =------ ten :
    the next
    / Mrs. K. B. Jatkson werevisitnis prices for days be holt! on Juni4th.. Il
    : and election to
    ''I -- S. ;1' 'fTIII W-: ;. Ixlili.r: and ( )wnl'r. .Mi Klleri Lynn IItl..n(!<-church ulI Everyone; is cordially! invited tnttenij to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. Si/e I"aln'onSlud Tubes l primary>r..mi.f, If eli",tiil., li> Klta the name eonHcuntioiih -
    *" I I-: I k."i :.SniiiliMi. ; ; .\'. this service.Mi'HsrF :lOx:! $10.75 $12.00 $::1.10 nttenttun to Ihv dutiva of the offlrt* nit I
    !' 'I. C. nOHI-:; SO'li: Associate Editor ] '. 'leihin| /Ilairi"' and daughter, : Cl'oo'dl."unJ mndo n buiineuh O.' I.. Thomas and sons, Harold :30x3Vi: \ $12.75 $14.7r;; $::1..1() linie, In tin.n| t. C. A. liOUKHTS

    ) Mi" Muriixe Viiinednf, attended the trip to Alachua last Saturday.II. I nnd J. ( ., were visitors to Starke on :31x1 $17.75 .fl!>..002x3'i $4.22
    "" visitor, to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. *15.0031x1 $3.4,1: :; I n..pfClfully nnnounco toI.... votirn ofCfitnniliwinnpni
    (
    $14.00
    :
    - 1'"I Hniiiker\. Sundiiy P. iainey was u !
    'f i No 2 that I
    t \\i2[ I L9U I week- : J. U. ICdJins, of Gainesville wax $18.90 S20..13::; $3.1; ;jNOTICE ; District nm n cantlldntc -
    MiNi ni. > Murrell" spent the part, of last wel'''. : for CommiHHlonor, of nultl dl.1 rh.t. Iiromi
    W. M. llarrell.Mi S. V. Andreu und II. H. Brown spent a buhint-ss visitor to Uiwtcy Wednes :hTAKKK; '; VULCAM/.INt/ / VOKKSStarke | "e If elected lo irhu the dutiiit of thoilTicu
    -., .... i tul with her son,
    .
    .. C. J. KNUiHTCOfSTY
    I It attention.
    careful
    I
    J I-'la.
    l-.ti!" TI 'D'T! "" day. :; ( my
    Lake Gunovn
    : ".., Guneva llurrell, wu' the fuestif Tuesday nnd Wednesday ut -
    :Mr. :M. Loadholtz. won transacting -. -
    'Iiq 2 : :MiKlmu, : Kdwards Sunday.' fishing. : COMMISSIONER; DISTK1CT 3.
    3J:4J5.61 business in Starke Wednesday."GRAHAM" .
    .Mi lil.inehe Andrews waM the jfuestdf Many of the riti'ztns; wt"-e in StarkMonday. < -_. of BradfordCounty I hereby announce myflelf a candidate for
    ; : :Miss, Ine/ Abernuthy ut CrookerSuiiilfiy To The Tax Pajers! office. of county rommiimiuner of Umtrict' Noa :

    ., 1 8 : Mr. anil ,VIM. J I, Morgan nnd! 'lip.- first (Lawtey anil liiiiford). nubjfct to the will
    the
    The tax books will close thu qualified eleclom at tho cominit ehvtlonto
    nf
    : iWl'UfitiVI MisI.ucile 1 : llarrell IH the jjuest of Myrta nnd Clarence Morgan nnd :Mm.L. returned 1 of the law directs.Please lie held Juno 11)18, If flrrtrd I plrdii"injHelf
    'i 1ms April ns
    :Miss :Mac ;McKinney day .
    : 1415 :.Mc, ;" ""va Ilarrell thin week.Mis "lemons. attended services at Little take notice and govern yourselves to faithfully nerfurm the ihili. ofHiiiil
    I of Lakeland wus Mock Sunday.Mrs. to her. home at Lake Hutler. She has olTicu to thu bent of my ability and tothe
    Il.-ittie IJiury
    accordingly. of all concerned.. :
    of school ln..t intereHta Kquall
    :: ; 212 Z3.24 tin' i'iii -t .if Mis.1 ./.1.V.. Barry last I. W. I'inholster!> and :Mrs. E.J. taught a .Miccohsfu! term! K. :M. DOWMNO: -l rlulitH lo all and nu tipt'tml privlleien' to utiyone.

    1; 25I29T2 \\1",1 k Ward and daughter/ Thelnin motored here and wnn lom of friends; who hatul 2-l-St Tax. Collector.nor . C. K SAP1.*

    : . MiV.nle, , llnnetl" mituV u liusiiietis'' over to Pine Hill last Monday afternoon. to hue tho time come for her togo. ---.--- 1
    282l1 O: We hop to have her with us I tftU<' thin nuthod nf nnnnunclnu that 1 nmn .
    liili I tn lilair Saturday..Mi : ; I t ,tnilMato for County C..mml..i"n'r for H""u.trirl .
    : W.1.; Iliurell niiulu a business Some of the young foll.s: nttp.ndcclthe next term of school.Messrs. No. 1. cttmponi'd. of Ittiifnrd and l.a\Mt I.. C. Smith nnd Cho.lc.vFogg I \oiinr I'" c"ICI"" If ekcteil. I Hlillll strivi, luUIM
    1; r- I\H- 'lo; 1:1: M.rO.M 1 m.\1;;;; trip" ') lo Iliooker Tuesday nftornoon.Kvirjlmdy chtiutauiim| at Lnke Butler" InfttTui made, business trip to Uiunusville I 'Hit' ihttrict. I anil I the county iroml mrxic-.

    JjJ} : ': not K ON i': \ siuc.Kvciy I ; is busy planting now after day! iii.rhtMr. a I it tin ",1"- oT 'tht* hiinrd. I runriectfillly toliiitTN .
    .
    Wednesday.Mrs. t of lluotera nt the coninn> i't-
    1i-lenlnn 'tipi'oi"
    ( lie ruin.We It II. 111 .wn. tho :
    Silas Kite of Starke and :Mi- 1 I"n. I). \V. liiM:: >1 mll: .
    ,
    '- an triad to know thul little Dow man who moved to his faun ncur Cootir I
    will, I li>
    i leu'U! ,in ,111" itiunliy' of visited th>'n'
    tiiuhour, KuHltrmornintr ; l.ynn infant son of Mr., nnd Mrs., II. Pond. has moved back tit town Jack Wynn , Sampson < Ol'NTV: lOMMlSSIDMvR DISTRICT 4.
    on
    I ahi'ad !
    Thin
    pushed hiu trict I II. Lynn, is improving.Miss ;\11'". Mann accompanied by tinMisses sister. MI-.S \ i'illnVynll., here I I.Iny. I ,lit r.I.,' noil,nt'e myrulf nu ll can.li.li" *. I"-
    and l tin"if niiirft I .., commissioner foi ilirirutN.I '
    .tine" of i otinty
    the
    : fieneva llarrell" was jfuostof : Bolens nnd Ambrose, of Ln1itHutlcr >
    nnd 'Npirit n|' tin1.. l.iw" olisciMimi'" liymcrrhnntH .und IVim.in" I If elicli'tl I Bluill work for tin- lust m.i. ,.
    1 Jese Ogden
    f all ;Miss' lOlma: Edward'* :Sunday! after , a ttnded sei'< it-id help Sunday Messrs.' , fin' t.f I the county and nn thta bnnm 1 >"ln>iti1.
    and Ini-.im" iiK'n i"
    >" tiiornirg.Prof. Kobeit, ,; were pleasant calleis at ,iii|tem In the ."j"v, olI
    '
    '1 (clns i''H for llu' saki' nf cxainpli', and noon. Hutler Wc'dncsday, evening J.aJ..1 nu. llh T. 1'. \\ \1.1 I.I I.
    adMinlii- I There will !he a hip day nt old Urad- II. I,. Anderson of Cootcv
    for the lii'tiflil! til whali'\t'r" New , ,
    :Mi. (;ioiger Hurry of
    K'I'H} that can !I... K'iiM''d' l h y tiinti-d" c1foit !'- I furL! the serond Sunday in "I'il. A Pond was a visitor here last :Monday Mr .1 I 1 I. r. ly anno nice my cnnilitHt v for I".111-
    ., Ih,' aid, of I program has been urrnnircd for the ;Mr. and Mr". Lorn Anderson fI'liohr visited hw parents, :Mr. and I i\ i ..riimiM.iinirr. for the Starko' (Vtmmm, i, ..
    and I'lirly loniiiii to inllcit the
    r dny. All are ri'iUe.steil| to ennie.Mr :I'ond ,pased' (hiouir'ri, / hero ln,.tKundii" C. liany .Sunday.Mr. i Ilihtucl. nn.l teipeclfullv" c .11-
    Trilninc. , tif the votem at lie
    our country .May* thr Tampa :Millican and( wife, ol : it.inlioti" and tiupport,
    : John
    ; : "l-'rank t'''111' I pitMued thr" "UKh >ur aftei nuon.Willio i1 imnir primary. If electeil I wl'.l: do my In-'
    Tho lirooMyn: Daily Kiiirlu polnlM community on his way hoimv Monday. :Mae and Cantoe Olliver., of Hastings, spent the week-end, hole, at l<>.Mud. n irood b .in.'.. udministrtetiun ,n tiu I.'
    out who the lirst to fri-l the chanKt1will ,, "Imitt, of the nihtv.
    the homo of :Mr. and Mrs. CharleyMcKinney. -
    r lie and that of course is the newspiippr Miss Itlanche Andrcu iirid, mother Pino hill. pen1 a few days with their I I '..I U. C LIVINGSTON(
    It were visitors to Worlhiitfrton Tuesdayafternoon. aunt :'011'". I. \\'. I'inholster" this vvei'lc. ; .
    men of the country. HIIY" : of ii-;: ;; .
    Mrs. AlvinleRil1o'Y: spent part i A numtur of nml fctow|' .ltuerihnve .
    Orlando :Mainrs of :Monteocha. VVIIHtrnnsiictin
    NKCKSSIIIKSMith : ; ;:
    "The first to foel tinihnntu! ( \\i.vTinu: : : ; ,
    t.-f persons her at Hrookcr reiiuntteil rit1 t* run for Commit' uotii -
    I!. Y. I'. U. is still firotfioHsinKiiiioly. business lific Ui .f Wed- last week with parents -
    ,
    will be the and I hivditurH, : ftoin the Star'ie ilistrict nr.tl I hen )' m..Kn <
    \\.t." preHHrncn It meets every Sunday; nieht.EveryImily ; n'" (lay. Mr.; and, Mrs.: tieorge HJZCM. UK loo Cream Fie.ITS, Ice Puk--, nnn"nc.'m",1 ttf "y eandiuacy" for 00,1! ,ul' *
    '
    ,.. of Sunday morning |>iii rH ; every :Misses Kthel: arid :Mabel H 'I'd'isit Cooler ami other tin'. If elected I hnll true mv bent itrtli.Inward 1 .
    11
    \ o'clock : cordially invited.Mrs. I. :Mef.-r. A A .v. and '0. .1 u- Ice TonlClI.'u'r I ,
    train or othor Mihedulc' aftt-r .! I I ,Ji"ChUNI"" the tint ,'. of thi> ntficr, .
    ," "......"'" will be jumped an hour ahead, tin them K:, II.: liaxter: was the Kiiest ofMrs. /.'n me on n r.l ln.c :-.rip to the Fuml ed ,relatives-at llrooker Friday. (' /! appliances arc found here in I JESSE THOM\S

    I r Tho next HUflVrcrH will .he attendants i : . J. V. Edwards: Sunihiy.Mr. "'lIs th s! week. BRIDGET gieuturii'ty.. :.-.

    I >rices.. : :Mabry llarrell; was Die iruest Mis.[ : ..\ tn Vcl.nr.iy. of TI\.ip.; LONG COl'NTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5.
    , i at early Kanti-rn mormnj'" : si" Don't Suffer From Meat I I I"'ro.hy nnnounco mynclf a candidate for
    ; r Those who have been accustomed to of :Mr., :Mark CI'mun"ltur.la'oo'/ afternoon : tpmt 1'11,4: "r Imr Wff.'k' with lor parents I little r<...,ction for County CommiHHlonpr of Duttrict -
    I, ilillMr. We are glad I to repoit that tho action of tho
    returning Sumlay.Sunday of Pine 6. Bubject to commit
    at
    can
    inuM
    6 o'clock t"'l small, investment
    attend mass up when from you
    1 who has been sick a If clcclci I promiMi to
    June Adkiasi
    ilimocrnte >
    very i rimnry.
    school Sunday afternoon : J. :Mi< family prleiutrtlihtirth
    every r.Mi *f :
    "V that mornino while worshippiTK at find n means to make life a ploiuure; continue to irivethe duties of the otTico my
    is
    ,4 o'clock must ut :\t0:!! 1'. m. HvwyUudy invit at Little l Hock Sunday.S' ; with pneumonia impioving.Mrs. I'nrneiit utlention. H. D. MAY. .
    burden.
    eaily services of
    'i III'JI'urI ._ is aid. at I instead u
    ;fit'r. J. P. Howling veiy
    II. 7. -After the Hrst day, things will 11',1:to attend.of folkM uttendedhiinh | |{ VliiEUms7rSON: : CI'oi /IN: this time, but we hone she will, soon Once with th"1you will '1l'11'0 1 take thm, method ;>f-r.nnoiilii""U' I that T ROIl.
    imptp. because people who are accnstomcil Many our yountc i LX\\'TEVContinual : I through another hummer without n candidate for Contuy ComrrU> i.,-ir of Di -
    I-TI.L' BLKTT be well
    I: t i.. .. to l" I'ed' at 11 o'clmk' ( at In! >oKer" Satiirdily ni"ht./ again. tiiet No. r> compotfl nr New I'.iMr., Urookitirnlium
    Koi'iff them. : : : ;
    : :
    There will I be an Halter: cirp; hunt Some of the faimen. of nis bectionare I Hampton iti.l Thei-cntit *.oiini, { prrcincltt -
    ,.!:.. wijl on Kaster evi-nniB pro to lied" at ( From Page 1.) of their cotton I renpeclfully solicit tho voteH of thetltmocrnllc
    Mt) nnd bo duly refreshed" for, their at the home of :Mrs., C. II. :N'ewsomSunday planting pint cropin srKivi:: \UIW.\KI: < o.SI'AUKK. I eleclon of the uVli'.t.. nnd prlrai <
    ufleinoon.. Kverybixly: come the shoit .staple hopmp, to "l-cat :011'. .e careful attention to the ill.til of the oTlice -
    ,
    triorninir. -
    early start on\ .Mnndny : ; 1 LA.I'CHITICAL .
    '' :, t and tiring preached; at Lnvvtey. The n-w cliunhliuililing Moll Weevil to it this yoi.r: as the I if I am elicteil J. J. MORGAN.
    "nml'lICK./
    Thereafter the chiinK'-1 will merely I
    { I :Mr. c. :M. Amlri'U, visited his son \\'UII illed to its iull'vt cnpacity '- .hhorttaple matures ninth earlier.Mi .
    mean early breakTasls," and l Ionic eveninoa nt biHh services., Uev. r.xrll : '. :M. .1. SIII'I' had the mUforluneof + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I MrMIIKR: : SCHOOL HOARn DISTRICT I.I'llendu I.

    of leisure. In planting I time, Tuesday.Mr I tho lirst : of Hie Law leychurch :- wok.Mis. + ANNOUNCKMESrs.: : + of 1.. .:. 1'owell hereby Ul t,, "ui .
    was pastor fine mule\ last 1
    " losing
    :i
    and :Mrs." C. II Nvwaom: were very him ."n.hllfor Memlier of the
    when the u-rd to set at T it will a Ct.iin \
    f! sun I business %. isitors to :Stiirke; Wednes having assisted I'n'sulinir Elder I- :M. S. Hayes is visiting heiparents + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I 8cliitl Kt.urtl. from Dintrict No. I I IStnrke n !
    this summer set at I'C. leaving a Hnc Ira S. Patterson in its ori'.iniv.n" ; Mr.I and :Mi'h. J. 1J. CrewDr. -*. 1 FOIl ltFrHKSKNTATl\: : niiorr t. I.nutiyi' aifl. f.diMt( tht support ot: tht t't.i-
    \ \long hour for (he Kiirden Inlmrs of thocommuter. day.Mr. ova/u'elist 1 am A ciiiuliilntilor. mrmm-rth. In the turn at. the c.t.n.i..' .primnry. kn "'". t'u' Mil'
    r U' ,oj. We have heard for I : Steve Lewis passed throuiih our tlon Ho i"I c'onteeraod Sveber King! of Luke Cutloi I Ifoutttof R.'I..nllll;\... nnil, run-by .announcemy I .. yearsa is loved 1 all who know, him. <; 1 tl,,' cumlna primary .
    in .
    , and by wus a professional ('nlleJ: the I.'mgHndgu ean..iii'icv n ui| in public HCh'itd bytltm.Throtmh
    lion t the freshness nf the i hurir Sunday on his way to !I'.rooker.lie 1 the ula of
    i glorious At the morning serMee Mr. .\. II. section last .l'riday.lr. I 1 fit1! ttmt know m our
    t' -
    Thm, had been in Jacksonville attendinKto munty nnii Mattin u UhriilatiMiiy antl Imv'in I
    1'1 early summer tnorninjfM. year business. Hurley one of the trustees: of Ihechurch Thomas of (Cirnlmm! wus a i"'OI I KM! i n clitif clrrk' of theIltHiHa I :; for tho t>8ttmn > I the' solicitation of nr.r.'I: frii'iitl' : I Ilnrrl.y
    f ; wo shall jret our feet wet in I then- announced that ho had check i>f rtlT.\ I am familiar with IKprorcfrl* nnnounce mynelf I a for rt -
    'f' I dew." ;Miss lIIan'hnoll''u wi>. the >;uostol' u fossional ituI' near Long Hridgc one' niKa of nnitl .......y. I Hnltcit thi"> support of ...IIh.m".II' ilictn IIH member of tho county nchool' boanl
    .I. _-__- _- -. I :Miss llnisv Lewis Suiuliiv.BROOKEM. i in his pocket. from! the ('x-I'II"lol1 born,! I lav last week. voters ..nl.) if flirted', promi! i.>*!' I Cur 1 DiBtrlcl! No. 1. e"-.I, .JI."I! thtMTIIOOI -
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    ,1 .. that would tako up tho mjitg.tge nn. fimnful anil. i-lncn-nt, ."r\'ie... K. ,\. G1U.ENKtt iniereHU or me oounty tile bisl si'rMCr -
    ..n\'I'II: I -- ,.
    II CLAyjfliL: poHHlblc, in tile futuri* OH I have tlon. inI
    ,r-- the church and clean the at'urtivp\ .
    I
    " I the pant. I feel that lOIn in poittion to KIM

    ' 'I Ada, 15-months old daiiKhtui' ol' .Mr. I property. of all debt, except the insurance I hi-if-liy UII'II1SESTTI.tr.IIOt'P. : unnimnci. rmnt'lf n cumllilnlp, TWO fn I"\'r. ,\ and MI rvice I I xpectfully the mt, luo uulicit yenri' the than million the i"a.tt.I t ttiim

    and Mrs. I.em Crown of the Sumption Uev. W. T. Wall," '''. nl' (,aine.-.villo, for one year, which he thjntiskcd .Stiawlu-mcs still continue to move i'i'tu 'Group Two for rc-nmniniitiim for the offlccof the xtitu-.. J. C. :McRVi II' I-::
    'i .II for subset'iptions to cover, uniiin Not them maiketH from our section Id |irtm.ntntit.in tinl.tiiMnturo from
    section, died Tuesday mormnt; nt I IIJ tilled his regular" appointment here Brmlforil enmity tmbjirt to tho action, of thrDcmocrallc '
    o'clock. lnt t Saturday, and :Siind.ty.Mr. ; !live minutes said int,>iost was allsubscribed. I :Mr. L.V. Wilkinson lieing the \primary diction lo Im hi-lil In I' MEMIIfK OF SCHOOL \KD-DISr.. NO. .. 2.
    : Juno, !I'MH! I r..tlllily Htillcit the supportnf 1 hereby' announce *nynelf' n cniithdit1. f
    Chnrlox K-monlhs nld nf Mr., I largit shipper.Mi. l
    son I J. S. Urovvn act-ompimiod' by I ', ill titcrat unit! pi'm'icrnlic primnry nn.l the otrice of number, of b.-honl lit,n. ,I ''', 'n
    and !Mra .1. C. :Maiminir, died Kudnymorninir his dllllJ'I1"'I'liH": Maliel: .. ., anil son In the face of many obstacles: thi. ,.. II. Hudson\ and Klljuh: CIII'I'I',I'lomiti.1, u fiiilhful Oifchanrc uf my duty llI j I Iii liiet' No. comprinitiK LaUe Ifilur I: l:.

    ,1 Ma"'htl.: : , at H o'clock, and 1 I Wilbur, of :Miller" attended services little church lias within the snort ter made a business" trip to Jacksonville '' I am honori'il with ...*..clc.ti..nI fi,>nl, Wortluimton. rrmlilence, I'ltlettint' I IiUeteil '
    ; I the ; of IKulTico
    uFtiorl. I l2tf A. S. CHEWS\. promise to perfotm ilutiia
    was buried" Saturday, at South I'rontr hero Sunday. space of three years, 'iy :ne help Saturday., ' to the be.t of oblllly.I .

    lemetery, near HanderMin.MILLE'R. Mr.I,. :Morgan and two children thioiifth the pruy.'is and labors Mr. D. L. Lang and wife und two P. ]M. I'ADOI.ri
    of llts. people, grown to a place of and Elmer and 1 t'on tOVIWISSIONFU' VliarltirT: ). '.
    I spent Ihe lirsl of this week in Lake daughterl.o. son I lu ri'hy nnnnunnthat I am II curululati I
    Kutler, the guests of fiSends and "rel 1- Ri/.o" nnd l cfllcioncy eipiul to any chuicli Klwood: ur Kingston, (;in., arrived last for Courtly "r..mm mlnm r for 1"., rl'l N... 1.I' Hilt 1 'lake M U.MIIElt thin method SC HOOL of HOARD.announcing MS. M thm). II I I

    I '\. -- atives.Mr. in the community. Tho i. < tentl.incj (if :Monday ami are visiting Mr., Lang's ,''.\1.1.' 'netutiil. liiliMim1otinx. iirpctnctn. nmlrwrwclfully tim a ciindttlate for rc'i'lcrtion im 11 nil nil<
    Millrlt '
    Hitrunport of the viitinit
    .11 The many friemls "I'1: Uolaml .Morgan; and family iiicompaniod the Sunday school the past tvvithiie fll' parent.Mr. und l Mrs.: . H. Lang.Kthel tinciirnlnir primary ili-cllon.' If f>|i>cli.ilI iif. Hie County School( lionrd. for Di.liitt, ,,N'I
    Thomas to know' that he isconfined SundayN has tveriged aiouml. Wilkinson have the I will, vine my..lnt I'iri.rin to HI.rxi llii> liil.-nsln : Murinir. the pntt term I have in.ltu\< i'piixiiv
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    are last and Katie ,
    sorry liy ;Mrs, L. demons spent .i.f tin. ., Iu .'". U,,' "ch'H.1 Incro.'. of Ih. .ounly .
    imlilli! O. V. UROOKS. .
    : to his room from an attack Wednesday<< in Lake \Uullor.Mr. till to 70. Tho usual appropriate Eavter mumptin.- wtok.llov I (If n-t>It>clt
    of fever. He is lieinu; attended liy !Dr. : K. .1. Ward of Neal, spent Sunday service will [bo, heUI in this chiiu-li : .I.imi-s .strii kland lilli-il 1 his regulai I ,htiiiiy.. tinniiunri" .0. M-;; '. f ir tiulutp, ft i I'I..v tlim policy. T _B. riNUOLM'Li_._.. _: :

    ..fV.. li: "hop, of Alachua.Mr. << hero with his family. nl'xlululuy.: ; ;- ''': ) t it -it the. \I'.apti.t "( .iin.ij. ioimiiiiHitjii. r. .Ituti'': o 1. I',.."- Rl'PFIUIrfOK (II' KM.I4TK VTIOSi :.

    1 and M..". .1. I II. l'ro\n nmdc a I Miss I'Mna lliixter spent lust w'l.k."nd Willie Peoples mine over f 1'0111 dllll.ih ,, \lnlilU-lnii' u: :Sucitl.t\; ','Iliixtiiiport l.ni-i. anil, rnkxtni uf thr ,non, (I n lit, tin'. ,' .ilimocrnli'IMimiiry .lly loin'i- i I lu n li\. ..uuuHiiiKt! at' 1 aii. .i i'liii'ti 1 1j >

    ess trip to Lake City Hlllul'dIlY.B'owl1 m Trenton the guest of her" aunt Jatsonvillo! and spent, Sunday ut tlv :Mi l.i, \\ :- t at, ti, > alld:1': .' and -mi.Holi. diction lo In, |1..1.1. | | on Jum. llh I IIMi'iniM. j lor ,n M,1 U i 'lion nt S"ip n'liiui* nf J K< 'i-t14, .itnI ,

    made a business trip toJjtlor Mrs.; VV. A. Tillis.Mr. homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.: N.: ; I anil M' \'el: mi l'i." , .It \\ n;ti ,i'i-t, ,nr, if cit-rli uhtlt, il I. ti r, .,.. t,).. I'''''''('. to tl.< I.I'I'tin ll.'' Mlt'htitilfiu' >|' lll, I.r cinjnt\til-' .tCI,1. tit"""*til 1"0'"I*'\ ,g' 1 Illftl'y -"lu|..
    m> )' .1 fml" UlfWS.I : .
    Monday. I and ;\".... I.. T. Ostoen.' of Dukes T. Peoples.Mr. I iv i.i t.. :Mi 1, i l I. i nv' I I" i nhi.v in ill ir 1.11.i '. run iv an.I pi.nni.-- .c. ntliiUHiitv .>f fait'nti.

    I \, Peoples and ibujrhU'r, Anna attended' sot-vices here Sntiinliiy.MisM.s ; / (;ieo. W. farter" :mil family moved i i etui'iiii't' 'h.. -.,ina"> il I.,iv. I "I, .1.I .I Hi. liin" unn.nincf him u . ntmii to tho ibit. df c.tlu.1\....'i .!KicrrrFarm .

    yfiitleil. church at Midway last I :Mabel ami Kthel: tlyrd of to Cainpvillc last \vi'c'';. I. -

    (:traham" .spent last" Kriduy here, the Edwin Dynl of :Macclftiny, is spending -

    A a. N. H. Stokes nnd O. I.. Miff . guests. of MI'''. .1. L. Surroiuy.Mr. u few days as the guest, of hi. I TELL EXPERIENCE

    Worthiiijrton. andV.. T.i I II. C. Surrency, who has [beenvi.Mtmg aunt :Mrs. O. I.. Thomas. I

    niiitle u business II 1 ip to Lake relatives at Nichols, (ill.. returned Marshal E.; E' Burney was transacting

    f, New Kiver and looker l'riia I home last Monday, ufter a visit business' 'm Jacksonville Tues SO ALL CAN

    l'vl'ning. of two weeks. day. ,

    VirRie Thomas is visiting her !Misses I-Myth: and Hazel Warren of Uev. B. D. Law of Starke, preach I

    i \ Mra. J. :M. :Mott, of I.ake I'.iit- Cluyno, attended services' here Sun oil tit iuite| a large -ongrogation nl KNOW' THE FACTS Lands
    : in Fertile Florida
    i
    '! the Luwtey (B.ii'tint: chimh last Sun ;

    .f 'r. nnd, :Mrs. II. C. t'eeplea miiile nInrss day.Mr.. .1. I n. tlaxter npent last Saturday tuy cvpninff..Mr. I I ." .''"" ll.n :vo>u h.vr may be)'ou",. J you'll mvetiliKnt*
    r trip to Luke Dutlcr" Triiltyen in I.a('rosso. I D. I'rescott of Clay Hill! w: A5TTf'... nlunit and nrnr pronru.iv ,.,|O.J. Youl enrnin*

    i / ing.AI I Dr. W. Middleton: ; \ of Hampton, visitor to Lnwtey Saturday.Mr. GEORGIA FARMER'S WIFE sr., Thr., ."
    >rar Thomas made a bu.smcHS trip passed, through here" last Saturday: af Henry Futch wa" n visitor DREADED AN OPERATION *. .. and Ir.n.ponahon

    t. o Lake Hutlrr Tuesday.II. ternoon.Miss The Florida
    East
    ::: S. :Miller made u business trip to : [ :Mamie l'inholst"I'ho has t i 1' "v ires I 1\' the i lil'dr0"' "TANLAC HAS MADE ME Coast Railway

    ,,. Pukes Saturd.iy afternoon.N. lieen \.'"itinr.llItivl''' in Jacksonville 11,1.. I in ( r.'f'1: E.: eti AS WELL AS I EVER WAS" ohnou.h ), t.m>
    "VKbiml'MJ.eon'P" "> '-* Mod.1 Und Co P.rrin
    1 J;,. II. Stokes made u Inminess' trip and Starke, returned I home Monday.Mossis. ; iv mo-nin r nt 100 phnrn II MRS. TANKERSLEY SAYS."I LAnd rirtiT"i' .. hoh..' Coown.. end h." '"Grunt' ".I.'
    .. to Lake Hutler :Monday.Mr. ; Joe Surrency and. Mark demons I I.I',, Aid Sooioty of t' 'lei",.U".d" Jnntl ",lib"loffl, end lod"y
    ! fr. '" .ni
    "e""e Your red"'prom'plty
    : and :\11'". 11. .t'. I'eeples, mndc a of" Pine Hill attrndtiil nerviccs "ii.i-" '..r' told me I 1'-1 I \.. d."d mquiriM end

    , t business trip to 4irnrdavJ. : here ]last 1 Sunday.Messr ""II Edwnr.N. have.. bt. tipoiatt'd ful,. I tnuldnot J. E. INCRAHAM. Vice.p.iden
    S .Howard of Miikcs wan in our : . '... nrnvor m'-otln'1 ; v.r" upon JAS. D. Nl BAIJAILl, 9Al.f Agent
    >. Jesse Ogdcn, :llattbl'w'nB- ].
    beiu thi1 ulea of going utnlor, thsurgeon's \\ nORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY
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    community Sunday ovenintr. din at-.i :MI.--.I-S :Mabel and Eth,1Jyrd\ 'if .,' Mirvnlos. en Room C.op Bu.ld.n.
    I ktnle. ami. thank h"II\'II. I IwUII'I. 51. Au.uotloe i Florid
    :'* :Misa Yeolen Junes and :Miss Henri[ of Crah.im; attended I church here Sun .: .. n '.1 I H-o RE"'. (
    ,
    for" Tanlac has made me as wellas
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    etta IJosenbenr, nf I..ike llutlt-r, spent .. ... . I ever" \\'11.'a" the remarU.il N
    Mix; :\1,101'U.lIwn i .
    o week'l'n,1'llh :Mr. II. :::lIw<'ll. of Cooler (fond wa > n Mft-dnv evon'n"s >
    I I . ... statement mude by !Mrs. J. :N. Tanki.'rsley
    .Irs. Mumphry H.itihell, uf .luckson in our burg last Saturday afternoon .t k o'" -in i'nd 'k> .

    l lie, visited. I her sister, ;\It.,.. II. S. Or. Tribble, of I.aCrti.xsc' was. heron -.. t .oif h,,';... *" re....l"vt ". *' whose husband is one of tho timM' ,

    Mer Sunday. professional] business. lust 'WeJne meeting will be on :Mo I prominent farmer in Irwin count v "I

    ,. A. Duncan and family of I.ik: day. : .. .f .> ,,','I'k\ n* th nllr nt' living some three miles from Onl'aGeorgia. ;
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    : ..tle.jI"HC'd through here Sunday Mm. UoHn Crawford nnd childrerif e/.rnn... n'tv' .K:..tT eirif him .

    Olson Thomas Mas called to ..J.u'kI Al.tchua!; spent SatuuUiy and Su' 'lil.-n of the Lnwtpy com- "I suffered from indigestinn fur sex

    ( I onville Saturday to be examined fo- \ lay here, the guests of her, sinter, :Mr "i'l be given on the "..hno'" era! years," she continued "nnd everthing \ I

    military servt! :('. rL., Crosby.Mr. "tl,< "tiinl.iv! ntI o'clock. .\ I nte would nauseate me. I h.i

    \ T. II. Waters and 8"n. :Marion miulit : John (Jroover ami Miss In1Vmlreu. 'rioim'.fne hus Keen nnnnl..*" constant pains in my side, my norv.

    1. business trip to Trovidencc Tuei" I of .Vew Kiver, ntU>nde>) Su s-r.f tho community end th" were all\ unstrung and I couldn't sit I ,.,

    Jay. lay school hero I lust Sunday: nfternorMrs. 't-h"eli hnve boon ntked to .. I nt all well. I became di.scourngcd! atn

    Wilbur Hrown made n business trif L. Johns is on the sick list t' '-,. ,...'ni-.pf.iri.. \.V appoint', '" blue and I !got so weak I had! to tal I

    to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. week.Master. ,iittec of two from eai . - to my bed on.<. for two weeks ar

    nnd l Mrs. H. S. :Miller Msited nSb : :Mubry llarrell. of Bratlfr, hm when I got up again I had to gn bin, 4

    home of the lattcr'u brother K. A ttendi'd, I't'rvic"s bere" Siimmy.Mr. > e .t'iniitte<." from the !S' leain for two or three wrt'k* loniri"

    fliers of Dukes. :Miirroll ha >>ppn vory sick '. n-" Toti"st"i| to meet '"'.' Mv condition wn! pitiable! for thenid OLDESTE.5TABLISIIEO

    tJ. S. Drown made a trip >c Duki" t this vvriting U much 'iitifirovedMr. ...01' ".'nimittoo 'nmorrow ' .. I could never get well until I lit,

    t'veninff.We : Steve Lewis of ... .... fr> n'.In"k)
    1In
    oek in Jacksonville.wi '\' % i.rftr..d" Kni-h fnm" ent to it.

    \ --sRADFORO--: > nblo to bo no nnd 1 out an.' .I"'f'r"n. p" "I had seen in the papers! wh,,' SEE/) HOUSE

    '\\11' nble to be hip\ a"d out n1-' '.n." 1' .. -...i f...r .U Tnnlac hail helped others in my conrtn -

    are plad' to know that :Mrs. J.i ".. "h" "'ill cont'nno' to imn"" .. TV ,>??. afio.'M ': nnd I decided! to sec if it woelp '-'

    ho out alCllin. Uncle! VwV n > f" ..1i"n ,, i- IN FLORIDA
    Crews is able to Henry PinVaton. m ,1) < mo, tOI>. I have taken throe ho'
    Mr. J. W. Surrency spent the we"1 I .. 'H' "'n "'t."I.n TI\r ,. .. :1\ ".,,'....'. 'les so far nnd I haven't hnd a ir

    end with his family. 'Itle .sinter, ami :Minn Pxnrl 'I"! f .. ...,, -lo svmptorn of the indiirwtion r" -+-

    and Edwards withe i ..,' .-' .. % ,"tim in cil; .. .10., .
    Misses( Eva Ruby the "n ttv o' / j[ *i. nain.. that 1 thought were npne''ioltin. I

    Ruests of Miss Cecil Raborn Sir >t. Sun.lny.. '. .. ... Mrpetorn.. Mr: ... .Vmil Fvi.- _ince. I sleeo perfectly n..r

    day afternoon.Mr. .? t ',1.. t"d the folio winor 1m*'"* t I t t.ii.ht And hAve gained n pootl Hn.
    Charlie Edward ., "t 'hi> I'ornmtmitv 'k.. ..... ,
    Mrs. "PI"'the 01
    and 'n weight nnd I nm in a< iro vl hen1'
    week-end with Mrs Hd ward's pr" 'I..h'n 'f.. .. ",It. "... :. .... :".'., .. I .\* I ever was. I gladlv give thl_ tr>*
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    Mrs. T. II Rimes neni ,, ,' p . .' (9.
    ents. loIrl and ment of my own accord for T vv-

    ,Miller church.( T. T. Blackburn, I\earl\ Jones. T. other sufferers to know the fact thr SEfD


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    1'Rll.15 M I \ltvll ?.,. 191,, ,'-

    > BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK E, FLORIDA. .0.\GF: nY1 utBits .:

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    ------.- I Lid ,r II. T. 'fhlllnuf a"p.I'US nil inn t'n"b, loin alt it us in 111:11'11I1\: \ have the I'ppoi( 'limit' y of mod i Ing with to right pnrty for his cSt !'rt
    -I''m,' to St ,rt" 'I.t: >'..II.1. .} t':.",ter a irii'iit tiny lor oiu blessed I'm-" :\1..r.. :Mii'ii'.nv." .1" .h,' i-, ili""oiveillypopiil.u I I1. I fi'i-d N B. Hull. 1'11\11-

    i-n bold. Evi-ijibudy mvilrd to win- ' in' I the ....t"I' I/ 1 'n i i-ion, 1.1---- --- II In-
    of Local \/.b \1. aid I Ih's.: ..IpsneReddish, of ship| with us\ 1', 1.. Z. UAHU.! I. _.__ \NTKD; 1".t nil hand. l&rrlrII1\1o" Inprrfcrrrd.lpply
    1 H. L. Stevcnso'hen
    I I' y were visitors to StatkcI (I'lwtor ;
    I I -d,1%'. - -. --'-- Drives Out "alula.U\lII.1--. : ysteru9'hr liising I I'cian harm, Staikp. Fla. lq Ar-
    TKNT:) MEETINt.A ;. :. OM' \ 1"\t ,0.1 g,'tu i?ii .1', i ."th, n'' i: toO..I. _ __ 1 (1%,
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    Information I Mi} -'s. .. 1>. und W. H. Andrews, !Mil. 111.1 run. 'ii _lli, I 10'' ...I t., ",.t t'". ,u1'I I, \U 'III "I''<. S\ *.. FOR SAI.K: Desirable vacant lot t' +h"1
    11I1'1fin"pc.1; tout has I Ill-en \rut 4toot. nu 1 I. r n.I. 1111.1 hl.! Illl ICCLASSIFIED
    'I i Kiunl I \\'l'rc'Isitors to Starke | or hundred hun.trll1'et. 1' 1/,1
    -- - - -- - -- --- by one "
    CwaNMj.j O.. T hmil.iN: ', tiered and will I In erected us soon a* of Hampton! Kl.i. (). K. PrinrDado ll'll'

    Try.... M aN C..aq aid ,._. it arrive*. The mrctiiiK; will In- cote City I'l.i.' 2.lt.t: ;..."5'

    i ;, W Hinson and Captain :Murphy, dueled by all the churches in the oily. -- ''7'--

    rf the Hampton section, were visitors Each resident pastor, bus pledged himwlf For: :SAI.K';: l ,One Ford, touring; ; ear

    i t., M.nke, Thursday.H I to do hm pmt! of the pr"Ul'hmn'. and goad" young work horses. Sell
    Sec the a,1,1. . ana nil the choirs of the trail --- -- ---- -- -- -
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    "1 ( \1. ;; snciinVe, price. See Sam Koscn.berg
    Knight's Millinc'i \ : "1 1 1', ., 11'I I "r I;I l. 1111 Idj:, !" churches are to furnish tin 1II1I .
    H Tliode of well
    '' 'p'mt its: Ihr, 111111" ,. III one Law-ley's :. II. Hull :'J.S-tf ,
    church '
    :- -- knnvn biiMnoss, visitor to member in 111: II rkl' i is i>xpiH'ti'd . y
    ; ..: I. . men, was a -
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    Harold lit'own,, i.t( I I'I!' i > i I i; I r ir..a. '" a to do their "hit" in thiKHM!
    in Sturke this week on In' oJ n:: -v.J u 01L' ' ..i I" l.i-t. :-I.ltH 0111111,1"1' I :St.iikicdnesday.: union effort, to save souls. This meet KOI! :S\I.K: lt> sai'ks I Red: Bliss heed FOIl SAM':-- lf! 17 Ford m good condition
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    I '"I' . tin- polatnis, $1 s\ ,per, sink Sam Rosetta ''.
    sold at
    :1' itiun will ,n'Iarm- I :Must lw once on a
    I IIIK will bi nil
    the
    run by ministers,
    - :Miss Icone) Moore, of Hampton's :StarkeI'Oi 1 .
    berg
    one :'
    :II' I ,
    1.111' ff military
    I culled
    <.!:g',0! cents per" (|",/cn' at ( 'ash : : 'III i tii-l In i liii-l'.ind l. Hi. all the fhimlu-s, all l the choirs, and! all coiint of owner being attnictlve ladies was n --------- - -------
    I"lllu.tment Slott. I I l.inmi.I ..,, i,'MIK,| ,,f ('I l young ,1111,)'. I It, A. Nevvsom, Starki.
    1.1.,,,,', .'I "i,I'' thutyti I | rjMal visitor, to :Starke! Wednesday.Miss's. the gaud'.f' tnnuitoplants. 31-If.WANTKH .
    |\i' .
    yours HKU.i ALL nTI'JTOI::: Now I', cents
    Mrs. c.V. Liildon, ,J1"1' ''n,' tin" death ol her hu"IJUIlIiII': rrttdy. per
    1'11In : T. II. anl.1 I ;M. of --- 10D. cnsh with olMer. (i i. C C idy,
    rimes
    I ,I"u''1 I I I' To lar-tc laodill
    day) from a viwt to LnCros". i >I' kited, with her son uti ( .\IJ: 4)1') 1t1.\\I\S.: : pimhn!
    I , he Dukes 1I1'I.tiOtt.01'1'' transacting HuuteI.:l Starke, Flit : -.'! -lt.KO1 .
    ; ,
    .
    "I'1 i I III-:, ', i.ni
    in Dealings I.
    -_ a In icaftor spend" business \Vo Hinccii'ly thank our m.iny friends of land in Hriidfonl county
    Starke
    Large line of the lat tr>t tmlllinory > \i,'s ,"M, I h'" I 1111' tu .n i r1y-tal Lake, where: it in Thursday. for their kind axsisuuici"> during thoilliKH must IIL' ,dirci-lly ith owner.Addiesx .
    at Stump's.Miss h. I |p'i.in-i',. | 1,1 I Mali a huntrnlow'l"i' and death III'lIur bcUncil lilt le I { SM.KYOIIIIR: : "iinl" and a goodMed "Lund, 1275.\ I.eesbuig : -
    I. II. :Moore, one of l.awtey's well C, ;Xilt !tuu'o '_',
    male "
    15 \ :'h.it -In has 322Jt.i't .
    - I' owned for, son uinl biotlu-r." Chili''':;. Fin.
    Irene '",. known citizens, was t rnnsncting businc :St.iike:' , I Kl.i :I.."! :!t
    Deis) of : ,, uty yt.a-' lire, ,
    M.j ' I- 'I.\ von with whom hl"i' J. C. :Minium mill I'amilyKASTHIt -- -- -- - ---y
    of I (,s in flnrke ThurBclay.Mr ___ __ __ ----- --- . -. -
    guest Miss JMyia Hair. "i- a lawyer ami. pruitii'tts In New i h ,u: SMI: ON (CONTRACT-TWO
    \ '"II. sha't'" hv il --- 1'\lmVUT.( K'K :SMK; ; 'roniat.i. "11''''".

    r.ub11YTis'1nti\ ':! :, ptr' : 'l\; 1'Rheumatism. I ,. ,III i -i.,ill"nf,, Ih,'is Wi-.tintrhotme u member of(:lee.t'I' the. ; and I :\ti"r u. S J. .1. Green, of tho and beet, plants :s_' per i I Lena It.tllI./I / iais" "hal 11 K Uost' No. I Irish )potaIn -

    Sprains :Neuralgia: att. t '" ( iiniiaiij.| Hampton section, were visitors to Thr luiMtiM:: loniiniinioii MTVUIwill, :01,1'; Waldo.. M.I, l :: (IeT. I new bnriels. Ready May "
    "tarke Thursday. hi'I ndniiMisti'iid" Sunday< lI1"I'lIilJ .. I'Ih.I >-..e I II. \\'. Moore, Thrrcjmi, -"

    Mrs J. M. Ttituni. :\lis-I I.ur11:;;" I., ;md (;.ill nt Iho-I"iisnic j : Sales' &-Service Ti'-noti'; fanioiis Iaster: pit tin'rs .fm.Sunday T \ \I\\ OH'I'll I Ml I I I I-' IIOi i I"I: ,g, I,'I 1.i 3 120tf.Spring .

    HufuH Tiitum ( 'mp.uiv fin, a: d J< :SIr S. II. Woodard unit, daughter ; injrlilYliumi'/ ID all 1, .
    spent Saturday m ,l.uksonville. nionMmtion of the ------------ --
    Itrl'ne.. , the/ ,"'r with u "lIulf| | Million Miss: Kstolle: of Thnressu, were, in .1 I, :S:: STKVKN.SON: : I'tiMm
    1 Dull.ii' :\1'10''| ,''." Slit tke Saturday. -
    ('.\1:11: UIIII.VM\H.:

    N.Seed It. (Hull.peanuts, ch_if.i", ,.;,,',lc'lIl'l'd. :\11. anI-,) Mm :J L:-!I.:-Matthews, of :\11'''. H.:--H.---::Smith: who has been \\',. tli'-ni'. to Iliniik HIOM, kind, I Ifl ,

    I I'land:: Aliivluiii county were quests spending the past month with her 'iciulh alto .issiMi-d' u<< during tin. ill

    Cedar e-y;: Wnlnemliiy, ork: earl Mm. 1E) larents" l>i. and 1 :\II'". 1. C. Wills, rein tics and death i>f our mot hoi'. BeautiesTliori'
    Key fresh
    fish oysters dny.Brymer's Kiiiliht :\Matthews: ill one of the 'ned yesterday to her home in 1'hil- ,AKnilll.M! JOHN:::.

    market phone 109. l largest fm metK in I this: sertion of ad'lplliu.II': .. Smith was ncconipn- :MUS::; N. AIS.1.I KNSl'v.PALESflN : :::: :: .

    I Florida hut says he will reduce his flied as fur tie Jacksonville by her sisei - \
    I ;Miss ). thlecl1I'III'C1. .
    spent theweekend cotton acreage this about ', :Miss Anita Wills.Uelatives E.
    year
    with ;Miss Gladys Prescott, of one- is other describe
    1 half! out of respect for the boll weevil no term t that'c.111'fully _

    I Sampson City. here have' 1 been i nfol'nll'lthllt lire have liccii having some tin the exquisite) creation in our new line of

    :Mr. WiI.'y'l1inl' ht is surTeiing'rom sluiucis for, the past few days
    New: and stylish millinery nt Sterna :\1 F'uunie' ('ruftlIKII,'" :.1'.... ,1.
    Shipment; of l-jiichhuru :Shoe:; Co.'s '"''l'UllIOni" in the hospital nt rK. '
    I more heru'w? at popular prices. Why pay I I shoes just in. If v'>u want a shoe for ('amp Wheeler" :Mr. I.ui'ian \ II Nettles: lax) Monday.Amontf ; SPRING MILLINERY

    service in either avoi'k, v.di: 'ess shoe right ,of Jacksonville, went up Wednesdiy those who went camp fishing | -
    I we have it. N. 1'!, to ",' tit his brothel's in I'lili'stine Like Oil night last
    Mr.[) Rawson )Davis, of. Jacksonville, Hull/ evening The woman may be th.inkful. that the ( ;'oveminent -
    hedsidr. The many friends hire of week wireV.. S. C'loft and.I I. It. Nettles -
    visited' his Mr. and MJ-S. has ordered conservation of h.its.
    J.1C. .
    parents I nut I
    : :Mr. with for mid two Zenith and I'res-
    Mi. and :Mis U. J. $Stewart Mrs C WileyVnmright him a : sons,
    ( Davis .
    Sunday.For II. Dn'KKors: and ;Mrs. II. F. Priester speedy
    of Luke Bel lee, were visitors to Statkc ;lr I'll. Roadie Beaslcy anal liubund! the most hl'"Iifull'n.ltions, of the millinery
    your spring and ,summer hat 'Tuesday The ladies of the .I.CIIIKIND: : "I'll"I''ItF.1'I"1'111: : visited 1 Ito r father Satuicl.iy night IIntilIl1dny. \ .
    call at Stump's store, Large line partycame
    over to inspect! the spring nnl- '111011011:0.1:1'11'\: : \ ::; : or ,uincuoss. : S iirt.
    now on display. ,
    :Mi., and :\11.... .lohiiiiif Johns isiteilMi \
    livery offerings and : \ '
    llemy just camealoiif 'I hat is just whatve have seeuretl for your slit 1
    ;Mrs. J. I' Cnnovii xvvvnil to drive the cur. : '. and :Ski's. .r.I II Nettles Siinil.ivMr .
    spent : data
    in Jacksonville At lUivvund's: 'Iheatie, April :had 1 nt \\lllie Croft made, a basins"- inspection and ask youjto i\ill aml;see the pattern -
    'lust week visilmtr hersister ---'--- -- -
    ;llrV.. I. ('oehmn.i Hats for women and children latest 7.l"p.: I: in, IL 11.I Aimstrong" of the, I Inp I I to Lake Ituth'i Monday! I hats nllw'ondi pJ.IY. )'
    styles all shape.Vs can please you. tuieau" ol, ('U 111 I11l'l'da I )Diononucs; of Ivy me< sorry (to ri'puil( thai littli-

    Special sale going on at the Cash St inp's.: the 11'IIIII.t,1I1'lItIf, Public I Instiuclion I 'lien n. :Slay !Ni'ttli'i< is MI'k al I 1111' \\'' only ask a careful pl'l'ficl1.t'nl:: Joods ,

    Department Store. ---- Wn-ihiiiKton: ( who is an unusually st i I'll It'll.' will sell themselves.Knight's.
    Ml: '. Leo ('11I111\11. who has been II a,' lecturer and who is equipped'| with We tire' glad' In know hut I ;Mm, !\I,. .

    :Maj. Monroe\ IIf .lacksonville"' ; ;:, was spending Ins vacation in Starke: sinceHecembei :splendid pictures to accompany this sit.i Miaiinen d is iinpiiivniK fi"in r In i

    the wock-end guest of :\r|) und| Mrs. I with his parents, Mr, and lecture, will delivei an nddress. (1I1.tl1I' recent spell nf sickness.MiHMs .

    J. ;bl. Tatum. :Mrs J. I K. Canova. left' Thursday" ) for jenollt of the I Ked Cross The picure B"ltll11111 June t'rofl vi-it, Millinery

    lireenville.; N. C., to join the (OnuDemon's ) is especially well illustrated: with nl I fern )Nettles; one. tiny h, wick

    Stock Co. This . . .
    Mi. Canova's colored slides and with
    is stereoplicon
    An, auto cup and veil will i
    l1 n"i\r: I'. i II. I'. I is TAr
    to the plo-iMic< of your next trip, second hcason with this coma notion pictures which show some of ::; KE. FLORIDA

    Nee them at Jniloht'lillir.el'Y.: p": ".'. the grandeurs of the Canadian Koik srMis .\ Hid:. nj

    ire mid the scenic beauties of Canada. '
    )Don't fail to ,> the- : : II. II. ;McCrcnry( of (:iuiiuille "-
    hay, grain and<1 feed fresh groceries ( sei splendid line BI'I"'ylnd Canadian have cumi'to
    ... of millinery/ now on display ntSlllmp' lie, \ I'lesident, of Florida 11111'10'1'U"it..1 '
    limo phoslimfeitili< /,," hardware !o30IlIlIlYIIIOU11I': <111 among tin-
    furniture, ut Hull's .stou- I sallied I tiimies on both the cast andwest 1 llauirht.'i, of the ( 'oni'edera i \ ........................ ........................:.
    .. 11'outs, and ill recognition of the was in the city Siiluiilliy; evr-nini', ;"in.I. j
    //11111.' 1 11'1\' isufArcadiaspentTues-. the ineinlicrx of the (local I'lmpliivvi'ii
    Charlie and tim Beasley spent( the splendid' :service of. the Canadians the The Policy Of Prudence :
    ,day in SI.ok. with ii-latives Mi. Davis invited to meet her at I hi, n'si : .t'-
    weelc-eiid! in Trumps| with then falh.'" War liccnrds OM'nv<< have prepinedl , ,
    ha- "" ,'nly, enlisted in the navy I of oHIcnd den,'( nl. Mrs/ .1. M. AlvunzAfrs. \I'
    Mr. O. L. Dcusl'y :series dims showingYproN .
    I id' ,nt and to train- :. Known .,u'h 1
    'paitnn expects iro m Couicelette and utheislratc'iric ,' McCri'iny i is: vvuli-lv .
    mi. :Uandny, many throughout the South, Lying a leader, l t ITS TIMT V' $l,>.S' Ii Ihr oar Thal, uvrri a 1.1' t 1,01 .'gait'
    If Bu fishing! you need a little _. Mints( which they have gained ....
    you ;
    ', 'I'u"K OUT 1\ 1 I"h-
    ----- both in theMirial and lilt'rll"Y1'0"" O t
    camping stove. Come in and let us I and held. A '\ \\ I tiy fire If your' |iri<>p.rrly i* i nol fully .
    show you. Stnike Hardware Co. Spinal dollar" summer underwearat :Mi., Kovuind has generously offi'iedto As piemdent nf. the Flud"! Dm .ion po1/ 1 IVY ?41 11 I I'''I I "'fll-

    I I'l:' iints. Cash Department Store.Mi ullovv the" use id his. theatre, machine of. I he U. I II. (1'., she is ably dirl'Inir', 'I : .l I;' niBiirrJ come lirrcnncl/ lalt* outnf'ol" on ut11d l

    Private !Xevvsom. ul' Camp not only the edutatioiud sent k nf I tho > \ "S'.r ,, and.tr .
    Ray ,"- I ilia-' : :S.:: :\1,'( 'ol'nlll'k and libIb and operator, without thurge j .._ CI"" y nl on4t*. You will find fair term *
    Jackson, is home on n ten-day fUI"lough. I .. This) : is n good. opportunity! for hevernlhundred iii,rhteis of I the ( "r..rll'I.. wlmliis nIys' til s.,r ,haige
    I Imoie:: lett for
    .n Wednesday people\ to 'henelU themsi-lvi a work of long/ itnritlnur and I gr,'Ittimportuner \", -- t1Y'"\ muni |Lh| ,*ral, .", .I"nr companies the ittlinlilc rut
    th.h", ,, lit:1: : Chillies III. after '
    \ nn : # '
    and to help, the Ked (Cross by attending l. but also the sprrml' u.u' : >-.tl.r1! '
    ,
    -lnn.lintf; : "i fiw weeks here with I' I 1 m...t . you cotilil ntsure with :
    the all\liiition\ of. tin ,
    New line of spring r shirts just ar n 1(511(11.. t this leiture., Kvery; penny mode, work which ..... aCIJt .JlIR'! >> ..jaf L Wa
    rived. Come in and Rive thorn the .__ ___ 1 I at tin1 dour will he turned over to the II. C'.'.. with the hlnt'uln i DIM, -HUI, ofI'due I I j Is I |Ira tint delay I ihn' itiiist ut.fMirlnrit mat. J Htn

    once! over. Strru bet'g's. local Chapter Ued (" 'USM to I be used in the ( ,11 of I llrfensciniposi.. / ni.| .>"nthe : : :::7$'l"r'<, : .(TH Inter
    Ford! and Imik tiin for
    '
    top el' $10. .mall n..I..nl.
    Vt
    ;MI-H.O\ i
    bars
    y arra.ildn't
    Ih.it.IOI'I.., :Mr. : bJ J
    Armstrong chaigetnothing : n-Ji
    :M. 1.\ iton Sturke.R , ,
    :Mrs. Cora Sounders, of snnviIIi'. for his lecture or pictures, inoft dellnile ("xprossion' of p.itiioli, . MIis I 1 : :. I J''i.' .'"J'. I ..lIy' au<..* (firm and .flrr-rt |a rit ,rl1n old.

    wall ii week-end truest of the :\Ji"I'SBaisden. giving his time and to assistthe the gift of her son tn site si i\m, olhei __ _ 'J HUH atof
    I''. I'aiiifctt. of Drookrr in money u 1'1
    .
    was
    lied Cross.Admission country, thin young man hinter,, I I : very I lilllc, I uir lt. pny I ( ( |Ito saw
    :Starke:: Thursday 1'lIrOulto Bushnell, the ciitiniKc! ..I' tII'.
    volunteered |
    upon I I. mhulaneeJOS.
    U.'i:; cents for all under I 15"i' :
    !Special': stile on men'i, women's and vsheie he will represent H. Warne & (lulled States in the will, a*< n 'IIM in' 1
    ihildron's shoes for next I l.;; ,days ut BI O., New York commission mer yrlu s : : > cents for, nthi'i-n.,! dpi' of" the :Machine! iun ('oinpiinv' :No; : E. WILSON 'ie nuked!
    .
    Cash Department Store. chantduiuitr, the vegetable season. 1\F-MI.MOIM i ( ) I.:. IJ-llh: U S. Infantry station..! tit I want

    C.inip Wheeler."
    :Mr. W. II. S. Stevenson. of Pitts- :Mrs. !(0' D. Wumriuht went up to :Mis. (Carrie I I.. .)oii"s. if ('hm la :Sis, Mcfieary talked infiuniullvIn ,I.
    burg, I'll., is visiting his son, ;Mr H.I Jacksonville Wednesday evening to' I.I : STARKE FLORIDA .
    tango, Tenii, announces/ the mnirUireof IhfV. 'J'V.II" fhuplfr, mi" ntnmiiif jral.;; ,
    ,. Stevenson proprietor of Rising spend a while with her daughters I I .
    her Dorothea ,
    daughter Hentl'i some !plain I that mi In l I" i uiii.l! 1, liner
    l'cran Fllrm.I :Mrs, (;iiillin, and :Mis Woodard, (;iihnoui. In :Mr Brady Bull: D>'n', ofRaiford out at the convention in May at,> :MM,,, It n you.

    Kin, Tuesday aflci'iioori. mi. MM! Mct'reary: will not I t.ra, 'can I ...............................................M.,. It's
    I This seaJon'T rffcrinjys, in wom"r's All the intent, styles and ncbl.y. :March Uth! at I o'elork. /Mr. Dynl is didali for election to the oil, of.I Ipresulunt .

    1 hntfl Knl ht'l1 ore Miilinorv: the;! prettiest tins the ever I lest and the; shapes Millinery in,sprint Head wear: at K'. llh"'" a son of Mi.: and !Mrs (;'!O. iyil. Miss: UK shr 1 is strontfly of the 1.'I- --r,1 It, all IIi;

    1 hats iul fort.i.: Gilmour is well known in Clmtt-unuoga opinion that rotation in olllre i I", I' ,'
    designers ;
    1 and At Ian tu. She is a irradaatc of for the orKnni/iition. The nhsoi' hint' '
    :Mrs. I,. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernan- ::;
    the foliage nf ,Cleveland I ).
    ' the Trinity topic for the evening wits the M.U: a' NOWnntH
    ladies of Sturke Chapter of BUILD
    The
    is truest at the home of her
    dinu a .
    sale :'of r. l 11)111 n one of our young Irid-! seen from dilTi'rent !>"int... .1I| the.
    I American Ked Cross will hold n :Mr I., A. Davis, of West Madisonstreet.
    son, ford, unity boys who ,,1 II II'.....rl'rI lust, I hattanooKU inentl; ('lilt tant''ii I.I., '
    eatables at A. M. Darby's storeSaturday
    of afternoon. The patronage August and joined rhe U 'iny. time Novi'mbrr ileli'Kateii' ri'pie, inlmi', "
    I last fill dimhe" hats l.een at Chnttnnooga KIO.UIH' United |ianu'ht.-rs cf the I'onfedirncy I

    of the public is solicited. Spring shoes are here. Come In He is attached) to t.:.P mrli IIU'Yhnl'ial. \oti, ,d I to siKpend ill ,m. w I
    and be tilted, Stcrnbertc's. / \rt\ lllf'I \\.ir may ('ml tins )yi-.ir, or next year, ">r the nrxt. Hut
    I lie has many, friends" inDrailfoid wink in fa\or of War' Relief 'iirti"! ,Ilic,"
    There ore plenty of good curs on the whenever il 'nil. tin.n- will, In- Lij iidvanti in building
    county who will) wnh he and w.n' I'll.ITil." old work, of ,.11'''''' lot a {
    .r market hut if you want the best cull W. :M. Wmnwriuht l of Camp Johnston his bride, mm....h hatipmtMs, through onfeilcratc, Olin, women" arid lul.ln,'n I ,I I
    at the Briscoc :Sides) & Service Company spent Sunday in Starke with his 'I"'lilll'HI' nl'
    then' rmd life.
    mat is trj gin on ; "I( 'u''JI'rullIIll with I th.
    and huy n Drlacoe. :Mr. and Mrs. N. D Wnin- .
    parents --- --- g
    lied Criisx ; assisting in iiiritnnnii, You will\ m.ike mistake
    if ilo that huilcl-
    right .\ ((11't'I: IMIMS.The : 1 : a yrr.it you wait lo y.
    service funds for ludin
    and raising '
    , J. C, Ward, a well known citizen business Militigty: ; tlnspitnl, No I" art (hi', main, 1010: until aftrr the war, l for [ i of the Providence section, was a work shirts for 7. cents. Cash U. l II. C. will meet next Wednesday I
    $1 lines of work before the ,
    ani/iilum
    or,
    I visitor to Staike Wednesday. Mr. Department Store afternoon' nt three o'c'oek!' nt ; i 1IIIoIII'r: then on account of incrtvisettl. demand. sexes

    i Ward! came over to buy tweet potato the rcsidpnu of Mrs: R. A. \\eekn. A to.layThi

    plants from one of our plant growers.It Mrs. Angle Stcrnherg returned" full uttemhmcc of the Chapter is urg local ('hll(1t.1'I.( i r.' \"<"ty triad to j HUY YOUR LUMBER AND: !MATERIALS !NOW: k.. I"III

    i Sunday from a visit to her daughter, ed. Whenever You Nt u a aeneral Tonic (

    1 U not too lute to plant Irish this po :Mrs. K.: A. Harbour, of Jacksonville. The four W. o'clock('. T U. nt will the meet methodist Mondayat Take Oro""'II. :.j We carry a complete stock of Flooring, Ceiling Siding .


    week tatoes.myself.(II plante.1level'lll) We have a acres few more Freak: your Cold' or LaGripr witha church. chill The Tonic Old Standard IS equally Orovc's valuable. Tasteless as n [mulling Lurnfwr1'IJdo, Doors Mantles in (fact, any and '':,

    sacks at special pikes. N. IL! null. few doses of CCC. tf The) ;Missionary society of the :Moth i..II..1 l Tonic because it contami' the' every peicc of building material you need.

    odist chunh will meet Thursday afternoon welt k noun tonic projx', !''of'I!( 1MNHand ,

    Almost every material in our line is :Messrs. J. D Baxter M. P. :\Iathenyan,1 nt three-thirty. at the ihunh' 1 RuN: It m tl on the Liver Inivr Don't put off your building. Costs of all lines are < ontsant-
    -- --- out :M'burin, lunches the 1\1.1\ and I
    constantly advancing Some are almost Lonmt Morgan, of Jtrnoker, were 'r\.SIr.l: : < .>KinitK.: : I'ttilds: ) up tile Whole Y8tel1. 60 cents I ly mounting higher and higher and we must face the certainty
    impossible to get at any price.If visitors to Starke Wednesday I i I

    building materials the service will In. that the old low are to
    need A special Raster iot- prices gone never return.
    you if MtlUMI IM+++++++++++
    sooner you buy the better. Quigley Our straws arc here-all kinds. ducted in the Methodist church in thi

    Lumber & Supply ('0. I Sternberg'n. city next )t-'jnday morning at 11 a inIxH : I COMPARISON \t\ We speciali/e in prompt service and the Lent material in

    '. Let ,. .
    all persons be on tim no rev the market. Can
    Su,'ir, 10 cents per pound; tomatoes : :Mrs.\ B. W. HoJureH, of Jacksonville come in lalp.-as this may spoil nh" \ %V INVI'III nmp.irlHriii, >ir>ih ! save you money on every bill

    12 cents per can; salt! $1 per wn the guest of her parents, Mr. and service to some extent. Parents will, \ \ a. to price aild I quality| ol our i
    ntH\ cents, at Hoffman this week.J. .
    sack special MrA P. ,
    ; lard: please lee to it that their children remain hoire line '
    ('a b Department Store.In from Sunday school for thigloriouH .-
    S. Starling of Lawtev: was a GROCERIES
    I Let
    Easter service
    esory
    :
    renewing his sul.. cnpt.on. to the business visitor to Starke Thursday i QUIGLEY LUMBER &
    person who) can do so come preparedto .
    You need them
    Engel: of Ch ca- r ve
    Telegraph Mr. Paul make liberal contribution to our :
    at Lntey A full line of dress. good:' at Stern. a them
    who owns property orphanage at Enterprise. This orphanage SUPPLY COMPANYStarke
    .-r'ittll u' that his .m. Paul En"I.! Jr. berg's. : belongs to our church and naone i After. comparing our K,,r>il' and

    been commisMone.l. a 11..lIt..nantin it but Let nil nor.. prices with other.. yoa wKNOW i
    ha inf"n\' :*, .I. S. inner; of Brooklyn was supports as
    th. Sim:! re.nm.-rt of will, h. trim< 'tmir business irj !hrke': Wed- Junior Leairuercrs be. prwnt at their i why we have no fra rMIKF'S Florida
    , EIIIlPI'frit'n"* m this section service Sunday! afternoon, Let all the
    and m .-'laygrifc FRUIT STORE iIle.'IIII'I'llttl""I "
    interested to know of th man I Senior F.airuerers attend th.',T me?*

    cordially congratulate the young I co' -"the wonder car." ing Sunday night at 6:45: o'clock 1""' +

    on his patriotism


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    nUI>AY. MARCH: :9, 1918.
    nRADFOIW COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STAPKE. FLORIDA

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    f L. -- --.----.. -- '" --- 1 II.-'t'' ?. InJlrnce' IL ,""nr' "I \\1117 .. . . ----.-.. I15: 17ASETS ,I To Cure a Cod; In Ono Day.
    , ilNANCIAI. 8TATP.MKNT 1 flLST1111"1.. PliCA lur"llr.: n to 14 loy*1tbt Ahn LIAIIILIrIBS. Take LAXATIVK HROMS Quinine. It .tof. theC.ugh ,
    ; t' FfNIIH.Monthly ... ,,1 "" ((1'1' I {;.".rol J School: Fund. mod Hi-Hilnehe nml work off Ilia CoW.Iiri .
    h., I ., r. : .. ,. ,, , ",., > liniil I II it rail to cur*. ,
    A llnniKlal t .tali mUd' 'I ,, " "., I,,, '. .: "?" .1. '>. .; t\-\t\ r-f("" I money
    Ounly, for Ibe' niMiil.li of I lilin.m' i I'bI . I I 1..1, .l .ii'i., | current 411111----------------------- I".1'" !' U.i GUOVli b Aiiruulure on each bo*. 3Oc.
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    : I ( rmTiil H'' ? 1 I ""'! /." 1. . Ir Special ---- -- -
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    j' { Bnlnnoc r". i. I. 'i"injHocetlitN . I Keen Well 'IN A U.\l Wyo'
    ',1 dm 'intr niiin. i irVfcrcanla I 1 tr ., .'" I
    . r \"'. .", I iw.mil 'I", <111 I I. ,,.'. . 41,27 !
    " a I I I 'tt'tanu Marfli 1 I. 1'14- .',. I ,' t. ," "llllllli..",' Clllll, III ). .,1. . . 7.57 2'" '
    . f 1 I.. .. .' l/lnli.t 110... I.I I.nc I. j1r/y I I. ... 'I.' I Ii ln!, . .. ... "" (.. ... Do tint :nKovy: twpniiups \ .M.iny ii Slnrke Reader Will Feel
    \It 1 I I. I h. I. . .. I of i ( I y'I j jI l'. Ih..lpl..hn' ,'",, nnnrb, ,ilab' < .n' .n.. . . . .___. .. ,.. .._______ 4 ; .. .. loud to 'Ctii .uldiL; III
    WNnrnlltIl ho'nf, .1..,, .LV. InIII II 1' UAIIILITIEI ,
    : I ...1..... . 1 your bo wo!s, v here they
    : w MniK 1 I. I 1"1'I General School Fund. Iu'k"iv.g out
    n t; I drill Ae. J. Brennan L...r\ sea Duplicated I , ..ut-lniiding, for cm n'nt v\ieniw.| . ..-__._._._.____. .. vnI. I',, are a* orbed into! your your ( ;
    ) Jol I::.. :II3 I" R. ved \ t .., Ui'i-nnii's lame, weak or aching:
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    Fub. 1. I''IA 5ama Day as ci ,,, uutMandlnu . .-.----.-- .------------ 29o1n I system. Indigestion( constipation I
    f'" f Mina' during inniitliWarranUi -. .I.tI I I.M We Sfuishrr33o waioas?;TPay Postate 11.14 I .I.IIIM.11,1,10, viirrnntH for borrowed. mumy -iiutntandinttiprrial- -- --..-- ..-- ---...________ 11:11 ,"I 1 headache, bad ]f blatlcli-r troubles set in,
    I lan'ii'tl during' nmnlli' (. Tn IHatricl.Winriint I' in bad
    balance Mar. I. HUM. ". 21.20 oulalandlng ...._________.nn." .._.________ __.._........_. R.I"2' I blood, and numerous Perhaps your kidneys "are a
    \ \ l'l.trlrt !No. 3. __ ._.._.__.._..-.------..---....----... OLnnulln' ''' ') other troubles are bound way."
    "I, : 9 '1I.lan"Knoelpui" Full.during I, HUM month' ,. . ,- ... .... ._n.. ._. mi.70 71.H: H.md. fund ouUtandliiK warrant. outsunhng. __..__--__--__.____.._________--___ __ iWr'snlloiid ,' to follow. Keep your I Doun's Kidney Pills are for weak
    I
    ; }I,"' ..J Warrant limufd during month _-._.. 47X.22 .. . .. . . . _------_____... 114.B76.51 ands system of clean others, as do thous- kidneys.
    Halunoe Mar. 1. lull- nviTilriifl.- 36.06 'J"""' -- VALI"K"OF"SC.HOOL; PROPERTY. by Local evidence proves their merit.
    I. Dl.lriit No. 4. taking an occasional dose

    ""ti ,d Balance ....b. 1. IVIHHMoeipla _.. ..,. .u ,... ai7.ua and lot. General.School '' -. -. . _-...--. 102.470.00 of the old, reliable, vegetable Mrs" A. E. Moitt, W. Call Street
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    during month . .- 0.\1:1\ : hough -- -- .... ... 16,615,00srhnol had trouble
    -- . liver Starke : "I kidney
    --- family me-
    -- - says
    ," ; WarranUi Uaued during moMhBalaneo . .. 7\1.21f School' furnlturt' . .- u -- .". . .. .. .. __ __ 2.51111.110 ,
    \ i"1 1 - back-
    kt j" : Mar. I. IU14 .u" . . 243.47 apparalua --. . u .-. -.n. - _-' -- *-.. .. .. 2.470.00 cine. I and suffered from dull nagging/
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    ', Dint rlrt No. 6.Halanu Other school property -- - -- u aches. I was also distressed by head-

    //1( Feb. I. IU1MKec . ... 47.011 . . . . . . .. -123.956.00
    : ..lpta during month .u.- __ __u 25.27 Total, . . . u.n' . . . - -- I Thedford'aBlackDraught aches. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and
    ;,' WarranU liwui-d during month 30 U4 Dean's Kidney Pills made a cure of
    I : Ual.no Mar. 1. IttixDl.trirt .. 41 I 12 "

    ViA ., ; 1' Ralanco' Fvb. 1. loin 'u'No. 8. 1.70""" OF THE REPORTS my cnse. Lasting lU-nelH.
    RECAPITULATION
    .7,. 1
    ,+ ), ) fteoeipta during' month -
    ")1'1 Warrants issued during month .'. Over three years later, Mrs. Moitt
    Balance Mar. 1'IH! l III l I .u from
    I . I. said : "I haven't suffered any
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    1. ,'If 1 Balance Feb. 1.RI.lrlrl HUH !No. 7. ...: ..1 SPECIAL TAX BONDED SCHOOL symptoms of kidney complaint since

    i ,i ../f cuiput during. monthWarranu I r II Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of and rid me of the backaches."
    !.. 1 I. it.'d during month'
    . Ualanco March I I. I'UMIh.lrlrl. I ti Rising Fawn, Ga., wntes: they relieved! the kidney annoyance
    .1 I iy "We c have used Thed- dealers. Don't
    I' ; 4e .' .... : : Price GO cents at all
    lialanee Feb I i. i.'mKttceipla DISTRICT FUNDS. 1 fords tsiacK-uraugni as for I'emrdy't
    Dimply oak( a kidney
    .IiWHI'rlllltt
    during ini.nl
    medicine.
    a family
    1 1 HP- .M> n.'I dllllllK Illollltltinlanri' NaaFlt11GtYh'rt mother-in-law could .My not I >c>an'- Kidney I'ilhthl! mime that

    Mined: I'I I...I1',riel! "". !I'). The 1:1:(: \101 'I II coi.M'v I I:1'f: 'IiEk.2142.1917.: __ take calomel it seemed \1 l _. Mt'itt, lias twice publicly rocomint'nddl. -
    rl, ___ ,. J'ostor-Milburn t Co., 1'ropH.! ,
    Itnlnnci' 1'Vli 1 1. 1"1'! too strong for her, so she
    # 4 KvCt'lptN dui' lug' llllllllll,. 1 : used ltlack-DrauI-litasa I'.iilTjilo: .,, N. Y ((39); )
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    WiiruintH 'I..nul dining' riiunltiBalance Pirate-
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    Much I I. I"1H J :. a mild laxative mid liver
    a -
    i 1I1.1.lrl 1o.! .I"- -.,. .1"1 i ? r 11C :E regulator. We use it
    p llalnnri' Feb I. I'UKeoelpU I 'porn I in the family and believe
    ( dun unl monthWarrants .. t'l I'- if I W II-" > T l J. I .." iw .:_: "..; it is the best medicine for COFFINS CASKETSAnd
    Id ti.I ,M-MII .1! iliitmu' ni"ii'Ualanco < 1''I''I I, if vm're.. ii"' i"I i| .ml' I ... 3 line ofUndertakers' ij
    March I I. rutDmtrirl" II 1 '. t j :: ::5.: the liver made. Try it. a full )
    I. .
    w.iti C iliinit-'t IL
    S... I'. >I" ; > "Ulun't : C 45 .a I. 'j fl.A: Insist on the genuine-
    liiimv wliiit a ,g':: '1)<1 exni a C C 'na ; Supplies
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    llnlnncu I'Vb. I I. HUMItereipl. :: .a ; + .. Thedford's. 25c a pack-
    ;f .. during 1111.nthWarranu '2t e I have. 1 Can't Ililp : 2Z II. '
    f t tHHiii-d. dtiiingBalance nl11n'h' ) . lifting AhWlf-they're. 60 .5 :1 I C m _; ...;. age. E-75 Automobile Henrse.

    _'",.' pr Mtiri'h 1 1. HUMllMrlit !No. II! good Goad for me too brr.itise s.It s ::g 'g.. ;A; ; :n!': C If.:; i : 'gI Always on hand. The best ser

    i1.I 1 Balance ,l-Yh 1 I. .rutKcct'lpl. I Caluim-t RikinKS are I t ;: C c IIU : : Co vice at the lowest prices. Special
    untl cosily
    wholesome tliffvstud.
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    ,-It ilurlnir mouth .I ,
    f1, ; .d orders.
    . r.,,' Warrant' issued. ililrlng .month Millions of mothers use I i-=: .; -; ; : e it ;i iis attention to telegraph
    : tU1.lrjct
    tll llalance March' I. I1HH m C.
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    ,. a :5 :5 :$ E % MI
    )f'\\I; Balance Feb I I. .I'.UHKerelpt. ': II.II. I II0". CALUMETBAKING t'. '|83 JS 2318,6J'I'1)OUO0: I 2.0:17: fin $1.17011.1., 1.037.51)130.0011.011') 2,16Ll11: | 5S3.23 Helps Keep Flowers Fresh.It Registered Embalmer

    ';r during mouldWarrunta '//0 :. IIIIK.III x.uiin.iinl 4$0'1) KIII.n.1 213.50! h 8,0410.001( HU.22! .' Is said that t-phiiKnum moss In the
    'J. 'l\ t..ued, I II 0111N inllalance ....'h (III..1" I[ POWDER ;:. t".rl21",. : 15.'''''II.II''I.( ; I 4112.201 454313 II 15.0011.(10( 2.17J.01 400.0(1(
    Mitred I. I"DIMDl.trlrl
    II I /Ir f>ollalance . I becauseof its purity-because I.OAII.U4, 33,171.. .,bl.'mxI,31O1' ( ;' 3,537,5141.| ,IsIt.LU 1'JU.l/ l.tM7.60u4.0tt.oo, ) | 8.192.141 will keep the water fresh for some ij Starke Fla.
    'I ., Feb. 1. I DIM - 1 '..KO it always Roves brat results and 19 time. ,
    J 4 !I Heeeipta during month r f. 147.H7 economical in cost nncl u**"," . _J
    l. ) . Warrant. iH.ued, during month Catumt contain only turningffdtmntf -
    M"! llalancu March I. 11'10. 06.34 at ftavm bean an.
    .
    "'I ". Ui.trlcl No. t). I proved officially* by thm U. S. RECAPITULATION OF THE REPORTS
    J1. f' Balance Feb. 1. JOIN ... .. I 142.00 Food Aut6or.t,.. ESTABLISHED 1886
    '. I :J Revel"| during m..II'h. 7 41AD. \ou mv0 when you bur /'. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
    ... W.rr ita iMMiied during month .:as jabf .ere when You 1).o If.ITTrTIre .
    'l l3 ,; ) Its"!' Uaico March I. I IHDl.trirt IIY.II6'B

    I a j .. tL.l" al.n. F.b.I.1 JOIN !Io.. It. 61 HI ?_t (nwsu tWVIJTV p JttNOt unf OF SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST. FUNDS INSURANCE

    Re eipta during month 5.fi5tt. Fin, Tornado, Accident, Astomoblls,Liablltty, Plal filass. Steam B oiler. 8lrgllr",80lilS
    Warrants Issued during munch l"."" .
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    < BKADFOKD COUNTY: DECEMBER 31Mt. 1917.
    ( Balance March I I. IUIH 5J40 STARKE FLORIDA
    ; Dl.lrlrt N. 17.
    .. I 1 Hal.nee Feb. I. IVIH --. .7.4I a:
    1 1M
    : I Keoelpta during month 4U NOT .
    Warrants iM.ued during month still, 1;; I- --- -

    '1 3 Balance March I I. HUM, . :. 24 ;;: Wi >
    <$'W i' S>
    w. ll rl.Me.. It i
    :" .i( nalanco ....b. I. I1IIH 'I.. ,I2 e fa .. = Q ::;
    \to Rncelpta dur.ng month x 4" .. -Ki. t
    : Warrnntssurd! | diirmu, monthMalunco ,, 111 r :: J -i. | ': YOUR GREATEST SAVING
    t '. Man I I. HUMDl.trirt" 1".1.'., ,.. e f.
    PI j "j' ; No. 11. I :; 5y. :; .
    '" Balance Feb. I. IlilHRoeeipta N i c;: -: i :s : :; g
    '//111",'( 1 I,. ;'1 during nmnlhWarranlM .' .13 i p .., :! N :": O asM bc = 1g i YOURSELF i ii
    >( I.Miied ilurlng iiinnthBalance in" i : -1 .f
    1 to : -
    ?1 March I I. III1H. rj .15: ':;
    /01" )' 111.1 rid :No. 2". ii .. !! v u Si ;: 8t :

    1'r ;t. ". I \ -. ....Ralaneo. A* Feb ihlrlng I. month IUIH.riw t --------------1. -I2.1.1 \\ & D tart 'S :; i .. :'; s:: 8 (. JSCB. In the strenuous days that are before the "Army of the 1-

    : :: Warrant. Imtued' during month . 5507 Q : C :S == 8.'t :5 : Furrows," it is'up toeveryone to save himself as much
    : . ... +
    Balance March t. HUHIll.trirt' 1SI 2>J o
    11)MC) OHlpp II, : -'------ -- 37.8., 1'.64'
    Irfji' I .11 111..21. 2 1 $Il.til __ -4M".0tI ft'1 / : as possible. Man is in demand on the farms.
    60.HM power
    n -- 114.31.3--------------I U.4') i
    I Balance Feb. 1. IUIHRoceipta . .. .. .. 1 IJK.4H: / -
    " -.. .. -_ S12.011-__-____. 17113.6:1: / 8KII.711 ____ .._.1 I I ( 116.61
    ..t! )fl, during month - 7.aslUlnnco 4,3.00, ...- 24.1'" BO.OO 53.U$ You cannot only but multi +
    4I 1,1 Warrants .L..u......'..' during 111011th ._. .. 1560 41__ ----- ----- -- aIS.II i save man power, you can
    r ? March I. 1'Ht .... .. __ 117.76 -00- 17.61 216.011 51.5JI :
    "+ I" Ilrail'iinl. 2 I I + ply its efficiency by the intelligent use of
    f rimiity. for thi- month I
    Ffb. 1.Dl.lrirt IIIIH! _Nu.- _11.IluUnco .... ..__ 14.1.75lt rnnry.. 71 I 1. 'I-.I 2345.97----I- l-----------------; : : ::: :U:
    I. Itoeelpta during. month' 11.23: of my knuwli'ilKr mod I..lid.It.' H .1I7- ( 100.HHM7.0I i UP-TO-DATE FARM IMPLEMENTS: i
    --" -
    ''1 t Warranta: :burned I during: month; :::::: 1.1B.OO: ; n. pori'RLL. 1:11.711: -- )
    W 1I..la" March 1. HUH! (tounty Siiiii'nnli'ntli'nl, of I'ublic lilttlructiun. HI 21.81 3(3,111)-------------------------- 68,083I
    1 7 Dinlrlrl Nil. 23..u. n. 19.1111 lirutlfuril Count> 1411,24---------------------\ -- -- :: . --- -- 111.611 i We have them, of every kind and the latest and best :

    Usance Feb. 1. HUMMice'pta __ __ .. .__. .. .. 7H9 I.LEIth'S 117.710 2411.2I .
    during month _. .__ . 11.07 ( : PI 6UO-: 2l.Olll__..___. 3.50 126.06 makes :
    -- -
    i Warranl. beard during monthbalance .-- 7:107:' nsANdVI. 8TATKMENT: OF 1.: I 89,8------------- .8:1: 21.4! : 130.3
    Attired I. .HUMlll.lrlit, -- .-. -- .. .. Itl.VH ("lIl':' n' H.MW, I IR\\ 86.11"" 107.6..1 6.7111.\- I' Save yourself. Multiply your power and efficiency. Z
    Nil. 21. Monthly 268.4.1100.00./'. /___._.,,_ 12.118 \ 17.21
    Balance Feb. I I. HUM' .. . .. . ___ IOIl !4 County for tlnnni'iat the Bliilvmotil of nrailfon 171 31.1171.1 1".611 :21.53 J3.0ul 24501--1 G.OIII 12.81 I J Let our machinery do your work.
    'I Itncvlpt. during month __. U.Ill) I month of February, 11)1$. 160.a----.1- 1 10.001 44 04------------------------I- KJ.75 O .
    Warrant. Lulled during. month rniTiil Fund .....
    ISH7H M 'Olll
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    I Balance' March I I. HUNPlalrlel __. . ... __ dnliinci. Fi'b I I. 193$ . --. . -._-. 2'\' -- .-.-.-.- ( --I UOnnI 82.72 1
    2".17.
    61.17 i )io o7.ni n6.uII( In.6'1--------'f!
    | (
    H..h..a| ( during month _...... . .._ itljlj 20 .41
    No. 23. warranti - : 211' I IIa <.>4'-' _... I. .. I 1147.081, 1.13 1101' ) I[ 12..0 '
    Balance Feb. 1911 __ _____ iiuiieil during month __ 1121 BO i ii
    1. 'h l _, . | DEWITT
    '-- ''' ''h In25:1: 3391,051. I 11.17421' ,: C.
    2.11 a07.M
    ,. . .. Imllinci' March 1 I. IUI8 . . .. . | I r,7.43---------- 67:1.851: : IU.tlJ JONES
    It..lp'' ilurlnir month .. _. rlO,4tl .h. 116215 25,. 726,1., 1 I :.nrut.isl J21.JU) -. I' .: \ !, .,01)7'.771 77.2:1: I
    'irranta Wiled. during month .. .-__ lOH.ftH nalnnoi. F'cbl I I.mil UU8 Korfrllurc. Fund. 241 U7 ('I __'._n. . : 4.02 60"onvrt .100 -. __:. .. I 11..116
    t CO March I I. 1D1* . . .. '-in'' ( 12141 .I .
    137,434' ,
    Di.ulrl ;>.. i*. J40013ytA| during' month . 4i4ra ..111'' 10..141 1 1.1117 II I h --/ i.iur.r.ii iiu..i r
    22i9s .. _ -
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    t 70i II till)'' '
    mini Starke
    N fif
    nrrmtto iHnui'il. ; 20.0206.74: Fla. i
    m Feb. 1. HUH __ _... _... during month :j.l-ItHuad 27'' -I J
    .n 178.021 718,332: "1.37 ,
    nalnn > March I. lulu .. 1:0" 30.50:; I 111'" in. t 1 9.711 j ,.
    !r ita during munch' ,n. ,___ ,7A I II 2792.88RNlanr. '' 81.10 1 20.73', 65.00( 12 511'----------------p- 13.6D '
    mtN IN$11'II. .ur.,1C .. .. Fund J -
    3 I month 2311CO "1 +
    March I. II'IS . .. . -_- Fob. I I. till!* 1273 .'0'7'' Q"n II"'"' o.i Sill 043.43111 j: 27
    100.61 UiisuliiU during month .". ... to I ,f I b3..III S.s.I . I.'.. I1b12UJ ., 7-1-r-----,.... 2V' .
    F..b. I I.1".lr"1 111111 114" "27..e 138,20' 1 lioui'd during month -, . ". 011:11 BH'I <:iWnrranlii ;: .I .u 709Ju, b.IOJ. J. 32U.8S: : )CYkA 1'tq' g-$- aV' '0f2atiOG 'd v SiOCs H'H.v% r)000'0' CIO L
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    1 .111. durilIM. month I.fill Hulaticii MniTh I. IIIIM.| 910.1, . . -.. .. .
    - --
    'a"IA IHNlnnt during 111111'111 1I.\1 llul' t nilhi|" Fund,
    lalancp: 'Feb 1. 11UB '. ... -
    March
    4 Ace l'I.lrl.t I. 11'111 S.. 20..Io".e 60.t10 |I".'.. ".,u during .....n'h.' .. 1 II.!12 "'.1.1! I< _ t

    9 Frb. 1 I. 11'111 I iWiinantH iHHiifil during monlh' {
    durin" m"lh. 21,142awlvtx ..11"a""toI : ]1 llalancr March I I. 1111.| |I'." i I1| N. T. RITCH Pres W. T' WEEKS Vice-Pres. KlTCH Casiher
    100.II.d d"rlll nmmh 111"1) "rolo.u Fund J. H. ,
    b04cu Mooch I I. 1111" 1'.411 llnlnnrf '..Io. i I. mi* L,3, tId

    { 64 11111100 ...... I.I':-""I'I No 2D. 71 :: i J Itivi'liitH'I1'"""*ilurlntr I1""' "''! mnnlh iltirliiit -mouth. t 1.:11. I

    1wr13)1a "rlour 11111111 I I'alanci' March 1 I. HUH! l . Bradford
    44 arronle 1911111111. do.111143. 111,1114'h ::151I I, Maich, '.' 1 I' ,,1 County Bank
    ,
    .. KriMlrnCil j
    I I lon"e March I I. 1.1111'' ;,.. .1 i Cnunly <<
    Toll..113141 I I Ktnl>' of Kl.irliln; -.I I :
    11111"0' 1',10 I. III'' 4,1'53'k hvivhy ci'rtify 'Hint the" f.n.t.in \. '
    111xI rt'celplo 11111. Iii 111,11'4''h Inu7 3 12 '". nl'. of the' Rerrlpl9', | Aral |IIIrIIIlr.,, ?? n't. ESTABLISH(
    ,,5,1,11 WIIrull" r'IN.3' .4.t. ii." nnntll..I.2. Hi., ,Fund of II'n.IC",1'un"" C.., t4.,.. nn n, '' 188&
    1 ,I(4 balllfCCll 333,3,el, I. I'1''' 214.67' "I liliruni ) l'l 1'. i. tilt.i und,) rlrrrrt ,I. ''..
    OI..reh $. 111\\- "brnt "f 'hi) knot |ledge nml Ix ,lad I' Bradford County's Fittffncial
    0' 1I..uu"l 'a11nt.. W. T w'FF.k.; : StrongholdSTARKE j
    Slate of t'to.rl.11I t 1 I. ', of the .10..1 ,.",,t. B".lf ,d''

    ,, d IS 5' of I the hereby I4arelpw.nd r.rIy :Ihnl'U.' .I bar.th.:: ,fal..01111111 nu'utx:: : r(7\;: ( :. ,111' I 'arll'r.: lIy n.\ wFF:8.4:I nnn'I I FI.nitfT A .

    LI P r>iOepoaitory pot" ) 'I.I?. ,

    I I ..0A ,!.a 1I1.I'tlIIT III' Till'': SI'Ilnnl' fl'Io"! I i

    UHA"'UH/I/ {'UI'\Ty EXPERIENCEWhen
    ( "ERin!) r.'I'IoI; UF.C' ; E'IIItR! 31.t.
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    1 The ful1..wl. 1911.
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    "r Ih. Aurt amnunts of wsrrnnt j
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    .." tll of .Id IIradrll' I..hllll'' and Iho value nf the .
    County u. n "rt..1 on the School I'mlwry 1 you hunt for .
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    } Board uf Puldc In.tr..n und the !uperlolrmlam' .. day .f. I"'c.ml'r. 1917. by the Cuuntr efficiency in a workman you choose wh< NCE.:
    v .r'ul.h.\ one s has
    under the provision IIr l'h"'r, (;'.13. lass In"1'\lon. I. hereby publ.h"t 4 You
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    Flundn. .\. of 11115 I 1 1GEI. should use the same care in choosing a depository sayS .

    71 balance .Inly, I ,1".M7"arrant -:. Fit. \I. 60111------.. .. .. ,-KRNE9T'- ; /IMO. Comptlnllrr l The success achieved by this bank is the direct expedience . ...

    ollt.tiindntr Fimilltut, ..lularranta -'> -I, 1917" ._ __._ . .-. 8 B MI"" 2. 1 business.Ve result of its in the bank "lOg {
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    1..4Jr. I.Oclt ', '., \
    July 1. 11117 have learned not only how handle -'
    ,..,.Ip'. fur the Sn M nlho : .. .'.1\\It 1. ant HO\V to money to earn an income but -
    / From, ,II,, Vllrvt,.i. ttKin TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR more Import j//,
    . ., .. CUSTOMERS.
    f rum i. ii .1\]. r. I." ,-,1 I .. .VM" "
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    l ,I' from 4 onii'tnilli-r. i ni., . '.". . .. solo. money deposited in this bank not \.
    11 t',4, From 4'oniit' ''"lei-. one milI.I IIX Ur. ".; to only works for you day and
    .l Front roomy ."|,, rnti'nili, n'. Ulmlu\ .n'nn r, D.Kiir.r. I our experience, it is SAFE. night, but owing rj
    Frmn count) upi'rlnu.nilfnt' . u 13i"n
    f Irvin ciuiniy jmi huntinir l h. "o. "0 I1)00.. Safety deposit boxes for rent for ,
    Fll>\\iiiiiints fi.t, li.'rni\Mil. 1,, ) jr ; ; safekeeping your valuable papers.
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    business
    1' E."nd"d for rlchoiil.: I Dec. 31st 1Q17"RESOURCES
    yi Sclarlui of to.chT. _-'_. ... _. .
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    New budding'. . ... .- _'- _ 13.76.
    } Repair lo building, . .. :ao.no,
    4 19 Apparatus "- ---__ --- _______......_ 97.K4 LIABILITIES
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    Ia.urance ::: . . ..::- : 22.50 Loan and Discounts
    - - :::::: ::::::: $145,924.96

    '43 -. h80"' ggpell..P .Incidental f Admnl.traUont for ..h..... . ... . ... ..-.. """__-_. .______.___- 121.10 32tm til ted States and Municipal Bonds 14,34 7.00 Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00

    1 y'I I Salary of .uPt'rlnwn.l.nt -...---. ....__ C I m. and Other R Surplus fundUndivided
    6 +kf Per diem and milraue mirabera of Min'".".."._""_.""._"_"""_ ""."". 8DOO urces. 16186.98 10'500'00

    "I Printing Ineldentalaor.... -board.-.-..and-.. .-.uperlntefldent---n.__.?__.__._._..___.__________*____u.._._ 206114Btp.n.ess Ifi5.nQ Baking House Furniture and Fixtures 19500.00 profits. leas expenses paid 1,680.40: :

    of examination. ......,.... HD.7S Real Deposits
    ? ,__ __ ...-N Estate owned
    ? Interewt --.--- --. .. .- .. . . .. _.__ 16.00 7,237.61 390.841.93t.
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    1'4 JI Intereet on funding A4.1.2a O>er-drafu.
    warren'.n secured and :
    Uemunatration work -....h.h. .__ ......._____ __. H70 00 unsecured 337.68
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    t Credit arraoU> transferred to Dutrict No. 11 ___?_......... 38 3jne TOTAL
    ll.Tift.3343.399.a3

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    .r i-ifnl Unit we lo..t i-i-mp.ir.itlvi-l}' few wltTffiT I a Tiidlus of three, mlTI-iC. TTTien I I my- l left le'g between tUe: hip' '!and' inn
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    in.'n :going over--only (hosewho werekiiocUiMl I telephones arc used for anything Important u kneeI followed. tho usual ustoin ijf !

    down bj' shells wblih the Uer- me""ime.s! IIrll sent In code. the soldier. who hns, "got It." The first

    iOVERTHERE mans liuuled turning us Uiroagli mirbnringe. nut for nny vltall.v Important commit Iblnn ellil. was to light u "fag"/ (clgnrelle -
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    They never caught 11'1lllh nlcutloii" w htcli might cost scrlou* ) nnd. the next thing/ wax to InveNtlcale -

    their 1 machine gnu sweeping until wen IOHSOS, If misunderstood old itjlo run ami cle'tcrmlne If I vvns In

    ,1h' .ir.yl; their trcne'hcH. Tlu'ii n good neru nro used Just as they were In the eliinge-r e.f bl.'filing lo el.'i.Mi I'liero

    ,;\ : many of. mir men begun tei dreip, but dnyn. when the Held telephone was nn wasn't, much elenibt, nh, .ut tb.it. Arterlnl -

    The Thrill and the Hell op the Trenches we were In their front tre-nch beforethev tK'iird of. It I I.* the rule to dispatch two blond. wus xpurtlng/ fnun twei of

    ; :::2 Described by e-ciuld. cut us up nny w hern nearcompletely. or three runners' by different routes, so tin' we.uuds.. which were .n.M'idedwhen

    an American Boy ) Going over I was struck thAt one nt least will I... certain to nrrive. the- other men In tin- hole h.lmvlim '

    :1 JP) by !shi'll fragments on the hand and : In the cimo of tho( counlermnmlIng > to cut off my breeches. with their

    ; : SERGEANT McCLINTOCK U-g. but lilt! wounds we're not sc>vcrcenough of the order for tho Fortj..fouilhbnttnllon aid I nmniii.'cd' to stop the bciivirrhugoby

    ",..,..,\. to stop) III.,. In fact. I did not to assutilt the German' ; po-d IIJrn\I..llIg tourniquets with rags

    kneiw that I had been woundcel until lion on our flnnk Homo oltlcer at' h"'I'idqunrttVH I. and ". .. Olio I pliu, .od ns hlfthup

    Sergeant Alexander McCllntock of Kn.. ant tho CanaJla11 \ thought: thnt one messenger! as poKMlble on the thigh and tho
    "Anna lias LirlpPI11a Tale Tbat Evera AmS Will Head to tho lieutenant colonel commanding either Just h..IIhl' kneeThen wei

    : 1// tile ):act--tllloidorneo!. Wounded. a Dlsunauished Conduct Hri'l Man.m TellS. the Fnrl\t fourth would. be sulllclcnl. all snu'Koil another "fng" and lay tlleru
    !! C. Was
    For Vflcluilm Invdl1del IInd llomo. itt.Is:: Ooln9 "Out Th"fl" Aualu to Flgk t The nies>..nger was killed by a ,chance thII'ollll to the big Ihl'll "olnl over

    An lnsPrln9.| Interest!:'!j. Personal shot and! his message was undelivered.The lul i Nlirapitcl bursting It
    tT..... I/l1rratl/ :: Full of tb. Spirit ana Atmosphere
    ,P iv of tba Trenches.mud" Fortj'fourth. In l Ignorance of the wus quite-11 concert too. We dlse-usaed

    o' J\' change of plnn "went over." There what we ought to do nnd finally I

    ( xxxXX% %%rrXTXXX 1 vvns no barrage" tire In protect them, mile! :
    e ,' I"n" "Htm' 'i utier onr nnd their \iillnnt effort'' was ,simply n "I h.I.... vou fellows can walk and 1

    ader rue i'" ,,: 111 single tile- and -_ ____ 1 wholesaleulclde.' ,, :Six hundred nut of I'lin't. 1.'lIrht'rllrl', you're not able toenrry

    In. I' UQ). :. manu Ron men were on the ground In two me he-cause >'UI'V"> got nbout all

    mad of hlnid MUlhIilcd alotig-iat' nml n half minutes. The bnttallon vvns nnv' ..if jnii can do to nnvlgnto aloneIt -.

    ',darknesth t "t"iuli this awful luby- simply wiied| out. :Severn! officers "This Is Going to Ba a Dlt Hot, MeCllntock. dm.sn't. look us If It's going to beiin.v -

    until i 1.111 Intel sumo of our were conn mnrtlalod. us a result of ." be ti.-r here very 'soon. You nilpnic.'cd

    Ii 'scouts t I'' II. in. and found that this terrible b hinder.Wo tei the? rl'lr. und If ;yon can get
    /tl1l l'llIpr.ii.j'II11'1I1 1.r..j7'uttll-rtl, {. I..
    I Were lin ',v luross No Man's hnd. pono" Into the Oormnntrenches J someom> to coma after mo Ill bo
    placem> ili'pi'ii.li'ii.'.' on rllletire-, but
    *. seve N" mired, >ards 1"'}'''n,1, nl n little after noon on Sat obliged to veUl."
    let hum! thc'iii mil mill take thepeml-
    UT front n .J I likely lo be utt> ,ilnly .\ urday. On Sunday night/ :it nbout 111 I'lu'.v' accepted tlio prcpoflltlon be!
    I tleitl' with ( he hl1.\'''llI't. We1 followed
    ped out Hoconds !>slmuMI o'clock 1\ e were relieved. Tln' relief causeII was goeid advlPP, besides,
    that plan anel took. the empllle'emiiitqulcker nnl.
    Germ in I. I 11>1. I.'lu.ulll"s wu force had to come In (overland nndthoy II vvus onlers. I VVIIH I Sllperlorofltevr.
    than we had e-xpecte-d tei ele>,
    a4'on thl- ". 's tour." At last w oI had n good many casualties enroute. And what hnppened right
    but tlieTewere only two of IIS I..ft11l'u
    inched ouimlnui : I"'r pvcltlcni ieii.1. flfi The-v' found us as comfortable nfihr that i-ontlrmi-d, meforcvcr In my
    \\ Wegot there1'rlvnte 11"1111.SII. ,
    n i : : .- we !gut there1 a ns bugs In n run !ete-e-pl for the Infejrnnl 177.00H.: and inyself. All the rest enrl.v. Kenluc-ky-brc'd convli-llem that
    hlzbong.I.'I. \pliislve iniinlerer, and cunilnuous bombing at our thenIN' I /givat deal In luck. They
    of tlie 'twenty liveweie di-uil eir .elovvii.
    ,
    rtel1 me ,,1"1.1)I ', The.} hud tnv Hank bnrrlcade." : The Germans had couldn't hnve trnve-le-d. more than fifty
    he-Id elevenGiriiiiins.
    Tineliipliiccment by
    was
    me oui f.'W. mliiiite-s later reiiichide'el that yards tint shell bole- when the
    It uIn It was useless to try te> Two left stnndIng fl'OI
    only wero -
    iglt explo: : '<' ,. ,11 fell In n tn iicli drive us out About one-fourth. of the when we got In. shrle-k of n high c-sploslve sce-med to

    cUon winstationed. > tin" .'iof our mi-n were"I (1\10 of us who were still em their fe-ct I'ome' right down out nf the sky Into

    A'exploded I n <- could l lln.I aft.'i. It wereholilluc: thesentrv pe>ntn, ami thercmalndi Wlion we HIIW Hie gun hnd been III.lo'IIt..1 my cars, and tho detonation which Instantly

    w.. nc cjiiin' nml mi',, K',', 'r nf the 'no were hiiNingbunqiiels 'and the- crew disabled GocLsall followe-d. shook the slantingHide's

    which we b,. i '1 Til.. 11"11'' hi's. we re' In the Herman eliigoiits.' which and worke-d round! ,le> the- right about of UKshell hole until dirt In little

    if Without trei !t'',its, and I the 11I11,1 1 w.n, vveire stocked( up like ele'llcate'Hsen" shop* ti-n ynnl.s freini the- Midi heib wfcerowe dusty rlvnlotrt cnmi- trickling' clown
    ;
    'I' from six In In. threetcet, el.'Op" nil w llh HiniKiiLT'' : line ('lInll"I1'ollI.., cbiimpngne hml shc'lte-ree) oursc-lve-H while ii.ii me-. Wouadcil as I vvns, I elragge.l ,

    "'. through< tli,. TIll'r11'1'"- nn. iliit,: and !"'I'r. If we> had only had I throwing/ bombs Into. tho emplacement myse-lf up to I tho c-elge/ of the hole.
    and scab'el. theGenimn AV -
    \ owls, only i iholes. "n 1 lv tnls-e "ruble- "funk It Seemed Almost Certain Death to n fow hull''s with US we could have pnrapi-t. > IhcreVMIM. no truce anywhere of tint
    v'' : rushed tho /gun I'"''It 11111. The olllccrwh.e four who bud Ju"t ,left The>
    : dug! I'H" It Will possible- Start Over In DayliQht. had u re-ul party.I 111'1 me. y
    "!I dig them I h, 'ill inicoM'rlilrf ebuelini'il bad bi-i-ii In ehargewas Ntandlng hlII'vtr 1"1'1 heard of NIII'. 1'I'lr I
    pot "o happily rostod In thespread
    ) InJ,
    men. We i In Ibis "position I felt blood, running Into ray Mioe. with Ms buck to IIH firing with bin revolvor bodies we're never found.' 'h.
    :' In our particular diigeiut that I !
    Then I discovered the cut In leg, down the- trench at our men ,
    my fchcll must have fallen right
    four days, i i'e i the 17l.li to tho lilsti I forgot about wound until somo onereminded among
    my
    1, f Octobc-r i iYiThere :< 1'';. I II but saw that! It was quite shallow and me that orders. n-qtllre-d meto who were coming over at nnotlierpoint. them anel simply, blown I h1 to I.l...
    ,, that no artery of Importance! hud beendamaged. '. I reached him beforeGodsall It w ns lid.mt' u to seven
    .if I| w. i > i sons, of course, tat I i iI. -- I limit up a dressing/ station and geton 1"lrh'r I
    and bayoneted him. The olbe-r German ,
    the : So 1 went cm.I I vvns lilt. I In tlie>
    differci" I."'iwe'e-n conditions lai / nntltotnmis Injection. The Tom Iwrnlntl111 lay
    His Voice Ross Amid the Noise of who bad survived,
    our homlilngthrew
    had the fnmlltar feeling of ner\oiw- hole until two In theafternoon
    [Belgium nml "II i the ')mllli'. On the. mies like* to take a Ocmnm Irriich, because ,1.11 ,
    Bursting Shells. and and. up Ids limuls and inoiiihi'il the ,, more I thirst iin-1 cob!
    '. Somme we \\ ,in cuiiKtantly preparltm ness physical Mirlnklng nausea If (he KYIt/'es have to move "f'rl.1 1',1 nnellinnger
    . inles; ami l TlIcT"uTia;; dl4ins, iiii'l flic Australians nt the beginning of this tight lint hy Tclltemlcsloguii nf Mine.iile'"Merey| I tr. pain. I only hopi'e!
    ,, .lor. new "nl> mil', nml we! were onl.v quli'kly, us th<>) usually do, we always tll "
    Kanii-rael !I" hail breike-n
    lttempornrlr,1I..11I'.1/ , on ground on the Soiaine was u remarkable the time w .- were teilfway/ across NoMan's nnd sullen.1''. boer' nnd champagnes/ a My ba.vntic't tin- (li'i'miins. wouldn't. drive our men

    WhlCh we b "I! I ,,nt re-Le-ntly taken afleri. rcllo<'tlon of their line couriige I Land! I had my nerve back. we'le-onie-d"ItII'rom tully beef. 1cenild off In theeneoualer with theIcriiinii hll,11'r meAt, two o'clock n hit tell of

    :it'pong drumJtnmches .i. willl I big irillis. The. through all that hell. They w"lIlulltJut I, After I bad been lilt I remember feelIng ne-ver learn lo like the-lr lirenil, onii''r. KI> I plckc'd up a Gei'niiin rifle- sixty 'prisoners cnme along under escort.

    .'1: w n.i'n-ly she'll hole's con- their unrK pa.Ung: no attention to thu relieved thnt I hmln'l been hurt how e>v'"r.AfleT with u bnyom-t tlxed. anel IculHiill und The-y we-re. ,"nl 111"1 to the,.

    'nected by ..ITnnd 'II' s. our old nnd uhlqullly Hying death- about.. them. I I enough to keep me from going on with this, fight: I'n... sent, with I vvcirke-'l em .deiwn (he- trench.Tlie rear itnde-r lire-. 'h.1 nrtllh-ry bombiirdment -

    Jtous v ,'n 1'1, .'' line-fill rle-tiel the ] "If FritIIIIH; a I Hhell with your name the men. I'm not trying to make myself ollieT .slightly wouniled men. for nwe'ck's ili'rniien wlm. hail HiirriiidercilHleienl was still pniclU'nlly iimll-

    ". 'sandbag, w ; i"t ireseiit[ In any cupac1ure [ and nuinliL'r on It," said Itrliish Tommy out a hero I'm Just 1 I tr.tlng lo tell n.si' at the riiHimlly Ktntlim atOoiitny. wit h his hands he'l.l high: above mliilslie'.l. I nslii'd for four of the.

    . |lty and th. i.tor i." wej liael no purupe(, ( to me one day, ")'ou'rl' going to> you hllIIn ordlnnry man's ml ad I re'Jolneel! my battalion nt hi hc'nel waiting for us to le-ll him pi'lHoni'rs nnel innelo oneof Ih11 gel I

    I'' '. dugouts. The ci.iiiiiitinkiitleiii : get It. whether you're In the front line works under tin* stress of fighting: and! the end nt (he wee-lc. From Oct. :Ul I toNov. what lo do. Ilejievc-r took bis ejcs mil his rubber. ground slu-ct carried t
    miles back the of sudden death, 'lliereure olT eif IIH even to leiok at bin ollle-cT, lying nreiiiinl bis waist.
    ,'trenchesV'r.. all Mo AH la. and every.in. or seven ; If he hasn't danger m we> were In and out of the' They rcspeinelcdwillingly
    ttilng hud te> 11' to us overland with j'nt tr"I1I'h"M.rul tltae-s feir duly ' at bis. fc-e-t. As wv me>\c'il el.iwn'the im.I si-erne-el most ready to
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    \ifthe result that we never were quite I'lne lighters nil. And' the Scottlikilties : of battle.' Tor Instance, when we tours of forty-e-lght: hours ", ",'h, but trench. he- follow ed us Mill holdIng help me-. I 1111,111 revolver (empty) anil .

    " ,' ,sure when vve> would get ammunition.I ImlnKly/ culleil b,> the liertunns"the hud got Into, the German trenili and were In no Important' net Ion. At 0:10on : / Ids. IINtuls" n|> nnd repi-uliag. "Merry; some "..lh. In my pexkc'ts., but I hndliei

    I rations or re'll.-f force-s. Tho nrtist,! women from bell." have the respect I were holding It against tin1 must' tin* morning of Nov. IS a bitter knmi-iail Al the', iie-xl tre-mli! anclewe '" li.'i'd to III'1'11'11 Ih".. They h.llf
    i iJus of all urllllt.s.'e little of vigorous count*'rattacks tho thought I in"ill live- more )prisoners, am) usioilsall ,'
    lawful thing was that the soil all almut paw ; cold ehiy we "we'll over" to take 111'111:1.111: : 11\lrlllh rear.
    was fulfil with freshly burled' the pollux, except u few on 1,,"VI'. All wlildi was persistently uppi rmost In 'the, l >e-slre' nnel nisei the. De-Hire support ( had, bi'e-n Nllgbtly.: I wiillliile-d. In Carried to the Rear.

    ,; If we undertook to cut u .. DI'n'j the men are Melt sacrltlcInK to onunnotlier my mind was I that I bad .lost the address Ire-ncbeH. Tbesi> v ere the names given themm I 1111'11.,1 the- captive) over In It was a tilp whlcli was not withoutIncbli'iit

    j' (enlarge a funk bole our snailc-M) In that big melting: pot from of ii girl In London, 1I1(1111tllh tlii-se trenches. We- Htnrti'il, from the- ,'I blm and cirdi'rcd him to. laketlieni tothe Kve-ry: now ami thc-n we-

    Into human lie.>di ami the explosion of which so few e\er emerge \\ h"I,'. The Home papers which I hilt! thrown nwuy left of our oh position and our advariee rear JIIHI thi'ii the- men of our would., lii'iir the slirle, of an approachIng -
    only things It Is legitimate to steal In Just before WP .started over nnd which Hi-c-oad' vvnvilame- UVIT I Diepiirnpi't' "
    a big shell along: our line i-nt dcceiniiposed was ...'IW""II Thle-pval" nnd / .'mil "fX. anel Ihe'ii my prlsoiii't-
    II the code of the trenches are rum UIIII"fu'I" I should certainly never be able to find like a lot of hnrilU-rt. In fivemliiiileH'
    and dlsm. "i.ihcre-d tin.I !slcketilnij 1'I'r..M. oppositeCrandi'ceiiirt.' Klie-te 'her lii-nre-rs 111.11 VMiiild tumble* Inurn
    had take'ii the re-st of the* GcmmimIn .
    { mementos of iin c arlU-r flgM; I Miowerling (Ugtircttcs). )Kvery other possession again. TliiTe was the nxinil artillery r> we- hidlse iljiilnate Into HMnuar-
    repiiriitlon
    .. Irtlll'
    thetrene h tl.iii hn.l I
    Hee prlHone -
    among us. \V.- lived In tho muck Is us safe as If It wore u put- Hold' Regina Trench at Last. ami cure-fill organisation for revcrsid "est shell holeIf we- 111 that oiic-e we- /,

    I";' {land Stench of "glenIons" war thoso of I cut lock. The Itcglna: trench had hem taken theattack.. I wax again In charge of.tin own the niiichlni liresteps* gun ami agnln-et had Inriieelthelr thoseof I!, illel It a bnlf 1,1.1 11"'". After cni'hIllvc .

    11:1.) ua who lived. and lost three times by the Jirltlnli. ,- "mopping' %\p"' wave*, nunheringfNt their retreating cemipanlt-s' that we' thefeiur wiiiibl patlc'iilly re-organ-/

    The German Dugout-and What They Via took It that day nnd held It. Wo men and cemxlxtlng mostly ofbombers. ('OIlItlI'III'h sight of.AH (1/' nail m rangebe( Improvised MtrelchIT -'

    Found. NO.WOUNDED 5 went Into action with lfiOO men of nil/ It may Mc-em ntrnnge to you we could dej nothing more her. 1/:1111. nnel I II. .- would procec-el., Fol
    I ', Here and there nlong this line were lowing ,\.ry tunihlehowevcr.. I would..
    ranks and camo out with 00O. Hint a tieme-omrnlHslnned officer should I gave orders to mlviincennd reenforco -
    (the abandotM-J dugouts of the Germans INACTION I I have said that because we were on have HO Important' an axNlgmucnt but tho front line. Our way InducreiHH Imve lei tlchte'ii my ttlrlll'll/tM. nnd
    and we made* what use of them le-spltc nil I could do, the hemorrhage
    .
    : the extreme right( of the line wo hud Heiirii-tlrnes In thlH war privates have n flc-lil fiirrowi-el with shc-ll holcsanel
    { we could, but that was lltUe. I had I the hottest little spot In Franco to been In charge of companies' numberIng Hpotteel, with bursting/ shells. Not from my wouml continued to flow HO

    'i ,orders one day to locate a dugout and hold for awhile./ You s%, we hud to "W: ) IIlI'n. nnel I know of a 7171:';,,, a innn h""lIlu,1.0, wc-re winning./ (ircifusely that I was beginning to feel
    prepare It for use a.s buttullon lu-ml-1 I Ii. very dizzy anel wc-iik. On the way InI
    t Institute n double defensive as we where u lance corporal wan temporarily That was all wo know or cared tnknow.
    t,(. quarters. When I led a squad In to''! Bg Sergeant Alexander McCllntock. I hail the Germans on our front and on In command of an entire battalion. We wnntuil to iniiko It n certainty I Hlgbti-d our regimental dr"MMloMln

    crlean It up the oelor. wus so overpow1earing D. C. H., 87tb Overseas Ball. our flank the whole length of the It happened on this day that, while I for our fellows who hnd /gonaheail. .. tion nnd Hlifne-d to my four bearers to

    that we hud to put on our gu.s |I I'dead Canadian Gron. Guards i iCopyrlKbt. trench to the right of us being still I was In charge of tho second wave I An we were proceeding, toward curry me toward, It. I couldn't talk
    " i'k... On entering we first saw two held by the Germans.: There we had IM not go over with them. At the lout (prmlln. The Htutlon was In nn old

    nnrscs with our ghastly( flushit U17, by tho B eU Syndicate; Ino. to form a "block." massing oar bombers moment I was given a special duty by n'MIIII dugout. Major Glhliiy was at

    *, one standing with her arm ",hlnd a barricade whirl) was only Major John Lewis, formerly managing the door. II" liuiKbed when he saw

    roun4 a post, Juit; as she hud stood Sergeant McCHntuck, an American fifteen yards from the barricade be editor of tho Montreal Star and ( with my own special ambulance' l

    lieD gas or concussion killed her. oov of Lexington: Ky., hat teen servicgn Jilod which the Germans were fighting. ona of the brnvpst soldiers I ever lie-tail.

    ted at a table In the middle of the < France, tea decorated for trover/, Our flank end the German flank were knew as well an the best beloved man "Well what do you want?" he asked. 't

    we was the body of an old general wounded and invalided home IIf is In contact as fiery as that of two live In our bnttallon. "Most of all," I said. "I think I want

    the eQerman medical corps his head telling his utory, a thrilling one, and wire ends., And meanwhile.,the Frltzea The Troublesome Machine Qun. 'n drink of rum."

    en between his hands. The task this is tho flft7arHcl/ of the teriet. In tried to rush us on our front with nine "Me..Cllntock," said h.., "I don't wish Jl Irldl'td I for me InrRnty.

    cleaning up was too dreadful for the preceding ones he/ described how separate counterattacks. Only one of to send you to nny special hazard and B"ll t, "my to yon lu

    We. just tossed In four or five he reached! the front fighting in Belgium them got up close to us, and we went so fur as that Roes we're all going Ie to kei-p) on Iruv..lnlt. You've got a fine
    Ite bombs and beat It out of there. and then the preparation there look after
    great out and stopped that with the bayonet. get more or less of a dusting but I special tetll to you.
    few hours later we went Into the for the Bomme! b UIe. In thin Installment Behind our block barricade there was wont to put thnt machine gun which Make '(0 curry you to Pozleres. It's

    retS and empty cnvern made the he tell* of condition* and de-I the nearest approach to an actual fighting has been giving( us. so much trouble only live miles. nnd ;rol'l moke It all

    safe with new timbers and notl- scribes first hand the fighting in hell that I IMJ) seen. out of action." rlJht. I've got this plnce Ion'Tod up;! .
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    battalion headquarters! that the greatest of all battles.! And who full. no strt'tchfr be-nrers, no
    ;yet a man was In the midst I knew very; well the mll'blnetUn/ 0"MI"tlntM.1III
    ce could' be occupied. of It from beginning to end cnm out Im meant. It was In a concrete emplacement nch-quate supply of bundngex 80,11!

    ,During this time I witnessed a scene high command apparently, without a scratch. He was a tall chnp wallc nnd roofed and the imiJIelnc-s und n lot of very bud cases.,
    bleb; with some others I shall never QUit. named Hunter. want to get out of here In nl
    to make a sure thing of For twenty-four hours cle-vlls 'In charge erf It se-e-me-el to be demi'iiehiritH I yeju
    eta An old chnplaln of the Cnna- the general assault upon the Ile- without Interruption he threw Qermnn"eggshell" of William Tell and th"preiphet \1'k Just keep right on going! now" ,

    forces came to our trench sectionlIIe1Joa' glna( trench. In which we were to par bombs from n position at Isalnh. They always' knnw As we ccintlnueel. toward the rear we,

    : the grave of his son. which ticipate. Three times; the oreler to "//o(1) the center of our barricade. He never I what was reiralng and tiad their gun were- the targets, for a number of ho-,

    been marked for him on a rude over the top" was countermanded. The stopped except to light a cigarette/ or accurately ruined, on It before It rnmu. ",11'111' remarks from men coming up!

    map by an officer who hud seen the- assault was first planned for Oct. 10. yell for some one to bring him more "If joil arewilling.." said :Mnjeir lei go Into the fight. I

    7 UDg man's turlul.'e manage-el to Then the clute wus chnngcd to the 20th. fiombs from FrI tZ'1I captured store I Lewis "I wish you to se-le-ct, twenty I "Clve my regnrels. to Hllghty, you ,

    '/flnd the spot und at the old chaplain's Finally at 12-10: ne..>n of Oct. 21, we house. He projected a regular/ ctirtulnof flvi from the* ceirnpuny. ami go after lucky beggur( wus the most frequentisuylng. 1
    Inquest exhumed the body., Some fire of his own. I've* no doubt the '
    we went. It was the first general assault I Unit gun the minute theoreler come*

    !il? US 'luggested to him Unit he give ustb I we hnd token ,part In. und we were Inn Germans reported, he was a couple ofJdufoons. to inhume.' Use your own Jildgmelilabout "Itir me," suld one (cockney Tommy,

    S Identification marks nnd retire out highly nervous state. I'll admit working In alternate rrllefi.Hi .1 the men nml the plan,! fir Inking! "there' geie-s e.rie- "' tb' Ciimulliins with

    .W range of the shells which wenall tbn t. was nwnrded, the I). C. M. for bin the. gun position. Will Y"IIu?" an escort from the kalse-r."

    ;burst1nl' arounel us. We argued certain clenth te> services In that fight nnd though: us "I sure will" I iinswere-d. "I'll geinnd Anothe-r man Htoppeel'( and nske'.l
    seemed almost
    that H was unwise for him tej remain It I nnld ho was nnwounded, half triO In broad daylight yet 0'1It
    :" In danger but what we rt-ully Intende-eJ, start over. the crossing, of: No Man'sLand men around lifin were* killed ami hlntrvt'S think we can make thejse fellows shut "(inoel work," he suld. "I'd, like to
    turned out
    1 :was that he shoubl be- saved the horror ueeompIIMie-d rather more* finished In such condition! that up) tdieip. over there." - have a nice d"II one like that myself.

    : of seeing the pitiful thing which! our was raltl.s. Our lie hnd to lie sent buck to Kngliuid. "011",1 l .beiy !" lie. Bold.' "Tou'll try nil ."
    ; : : spades were about to unco'r.'r' euslly than In mir night The Big Blunder and What It Cost. right." I Tumbled 'In on Top of the Four. I notlevd oneof theprlnoncrs,
    extremeright of
    1 "I shall remain" wus all he said."He battalion was on the One of the gn-nt tragedies. of the wnr --tiirteel nwny. lie culled mn back. the : ning/ ut some re-mark and imkeil In-
    the line and that adeh'd materially tr Ccrmnn reserve trench I HIIW four 111 I
    was my bo y." dlfllcultles. first by cemipelllnir"' 1 us resulted! from H tilt of, carelessticsswhen ;I "This, Is ge.li,. to be. u bit hot., Merilntoek. of our me'n, apparently unwemndi'cl lying hnneli r-etooel (':III.h.| He hadn't

    .' It. proved>> that we had found the to our advance through mud "o d I.' p that a couple of days later the effort ." be HI.i.1.1.Akin!; my hand. In n Hh.'II h,,"'. I stopped tei usk xpiiken, to II'. I hlllI In- had slufwii the.

    r1abt'bod.1.. One of our men tried tilear > of mink to tin.ir hips InIt w-ns made to extend our grip beyond "I wlidi you luck old fr How/ -you nnd them what the-y we're iln\iiif\ the-re. AHI gre'iite st r"IIII"''" 'tA'p me"crlidnl -.
    the 'features with his hundkeref. some onr men tho spot which we took In that first the rest eif 111","." In the treneheMlh In-Ill' "( I I unele'rvvik : ." he-
    nnd. second by giving ti" the heittest Hpi.kiI my German; rill.' and ) 1IIIIMh
    _, but ended by spreading; the hold Inte-r. liana had been made for the 'y always ulxh yon the best of liuk l.ilj.ilK-t, at thepeiHltlonof( ""'Ullr.I." tin- r"I.I"I. .1"(11)' 'ill r\W. ageperfpet-
    In France tei
    b }.kerc1le} ( over the face. Tho old I little spot Forty-fourth battalion of the Tenth I when they band! you u particularly tip fit the* bajcini't ndvutle'e-el nb'iiltHheiulelir ly. "I us. el t.., 'I.'xVlSi'te'r' at the-,

    Chaplain. stoe" l beside", the body and : I was In charge e>f th.second Canadian brl, ide to take by assault tough Job. I high. I clliln't 1.1I..k.'rl..I'.r h.iti-l Vuevv York:'.
    : U.'r'
    get
    calledtho answer
    This Is
    I "wave. or assault line. the trench section> extending to Ihe | I tli! finked. him find wlsheel him feir before That sciuriil-, like. n VIM.-. from hotiu.
    removed DM trench helmet burins m" I "mopping) up" wove, because, the> rlcht from the where Ih"l they eotilel reply I und I
    point w.p' hnd PS- j sameI never saw him again felt stnsatlon vMinte'.l to him. I
    gray bead to a drizzle of rain that was luislness of the men comp lru It Is tubllshed the "block" on our flunk. Inn was killed in uctlon within two hnursl thrown a us If Homeone. hud IIiiu" v.'r. 1 MIII say'II feir him he.1,1J IIIU.t
    n lump of hurel
    falling Then while we stood by silently thoroughly to bomb out n position, lijmr for the Attack hnd been IIx..... | cluy nnd! struck haie b.. e n ij.ieiel walte-r. He gave mel -
    Voice nmld the noise, of I sseel b" the first wave, to capture me cm' the Up, und forthwith I tumbled /
    his cre>
    rose Then headquarters sent out n countermnndlng after our conversation. ISoth he nnei' In <.1 l "..t I. p.tl'"linl"c.
    the burial kill all of the remaining: und on top of the- four, utmost ;
    bursting shells, repenting" or enemy order. Something; wasn't my pal McFarlaml were shot down'
    service' of the Church e>f England.; I to put the trench In a condition tn. bedefendeel quite ready. I elead that ineirnlng.When plunging my bayonet Into one of them
    a prUnte, mimed Williams.McCllntock ( next w..klThe
    '11... never been so Impressed by any- ngnlnst n counterattack by The orders were sent by runners ns fhe-y c-iitleel for volunteers to I '

    thlng In my life as by that scene. reversing the fire steps and' throwing nil confidential orders mu t be. Telephones go with m. In ellse-harge. or Major Lewis' "'''.. / Badly Wounded.
    .1II"W ye"u know w hut's. themutter Farmer and HI* Food.
    The dead man wus u yoim< cuptnln. up pnrnpets.Our are of no avail imy more at I order the enttr** company, rollllo'.I.1 "
    with us. snld Wllllnrns. "Wadidn't Good well ,cnoked makes bett -
    lIe bad been marrle.Lto a luily of IIUI-I artillery hail given the Germans both, our p..>ple nnd the Germans have I plcki..I out tw..my-fivo men, tweivuhiiyem : f'I"I. .
    fall In. but I The farmershould
    crnwleil nnd "
    we In. men 'lem-n.
    tUnore Just before the outbreak of such n battering and the curtntu Ure li n appnmtus, which needs only to battached <'t riin nnd, thlrtt-en ""'b..rll.1 .., .
    ' They hnd nil bec-n slightly wounded. hnvcUK, be st thing there genIng -
    wmr., which our guns dipped Just thirty t'J l to 8 metal spike In the /ground i They agreed to my plan, was I hail .
    I
    twenty-two (plee-ws of nhrnpneland cm his tulil.' nl-ti lie geucrulty
    ':"'ejhllo8ophy; > of the British!! Tom- forty yards aheoel. of us_ was _50 I.'Y.t':1" !! to 'pick' ur," everv. teletbone me"Hlille to.K'L-tJL' !! tu.miii. : live! iurds> of.: th" nome shell fragments Imbedded In does.1 .

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    BU.\(WORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. .
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    -' - ---- - and. '!10 bu in,., cilted the, name foiihi ,,"o'+ ;
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    _.-- -- ;M. Hagan, who has been quite ill (orsc'crlll D. AI'IHm\\'S.In- IIn.1 I cundupl-il. ,in thtJtat |ileiMed..
    JOHNSTOWN. J xf+ .' Idui'tamidi olh.Stilt.: .-. ..I 11.e' Uniudfclalti ) IN WITNESSlil'V 1|.inHf1
    days.Waller .
    ll-lilf.. ,wc.-. my hnnd nnd ulIKi l il I i
    U. Hagnn of the FloridaEn..t of :Aincrlcn tberevel! 1 i" of himi- duy of Mhroh A. t>, l I"" -
    Thin r.\ ..nin/! at the close opi'iyiT 'n'r or conM-nU-nt. The mum-inelpul plan .1'NO,8cali
    I sdiiy'; / of ) ;
    is the Bindl.rd -
    ; Ruth Coffin ('oust Railway guest In.... llmll bu in I hr I'oAn of llu.fi'ld: .
    /lll'dillg'1 /-" I
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    ruluti\es here.Clifford County
    1 dtehtcr, nl :Mr. and .\11'". John I' Cof.MI 1'lorldn..lrllele 2.
    :Mr. Hubert ElsM.ith Klapp who for the past The m-m-ral nntur- i.." the liuilni.. or babe My eommi-isinn! "xp -
    County: eW5 Items ; I wiis miirrieil, (to and :Mr .several days has been on the depot) nests t" bi- truwmn"t or and sail' b. M.d ci-mbir. .0\. U. IBl'i.SIlEItllK'S\ .
    Mr. ;
    I I'I'I licnnotton of I Ii, wholmnlc"
    I. \ force here! left Tuesday for Sunnier.! i-nrpurallim hlilill lio To i-nwaw I _
    I Lake Butler, RevWarren and I ni-nni:i>i"n bu "
    of shill mviwanli'v -
    .._ _' _- .. ==" == I.) 1 1-1 lank Uennett '_----- unit ( ... -
    ,::_=_ =- C. Collin brother of the bride. SAMPSON CITY.[ nciw, und In curry 01 connected any Ir "r therewith< bui ncnIncldcntiil u SALK:
    llureto n' Notice In hereby itlvon thu t i i0an.
    Our "
    During the Week by and of the church officiating. ..lohnnite for Unrlf or at
    % J Interesting facts Gathered pastor buy cull morliiiiKe. fihorllT of Uradfonl dun tlila. >
    Correspondent The ceremony was n surprise to agents for alhi>n> nil kinds ol .exl! ur per, under and by virtue of. tli, '
    i Regular there had been nannouncement < Misses Muriel Smith, of Hawthorne, tonal' uroiirrty' to borrow" monvy Ir l the u. of oxccntion. limued out of nod' i iof
    r those present as and Gladys Harman, of Macon, Ga., nf Ihe Company gnu to ensue rotes or otlinnieiirlly the Circuit Court of Itch, I IMil. n.
    and no invitations had week. thi'i-cfur" .nl to dire In morUlUHi" nuninut K. D. rhandl. i
    relatives hero last .
    ,.. II issued. Mr. Uennett is a sue visited! ncli'i. iiuc.k-1. bonds IT ullwr" i'Sid (rile, iiaM-r| Humuel, Chandler, and in rll' t,
    \
    been
    i-lmTu": : \ prnl, ( a pun of11.1' / w'cl here. and has commenced! the Mr. Duggar Jones has left for May- In roniiL-utiim with tho biwli. *s of the cmpuruliun. '- I draws. & Son and dnted tin

    and timing the meantime motored ti) (t-cssful: farmer town Flu., where he has secured em- -- I ruury, A. I). 11'IH will r>iriM 1
    ;;,t THERESSA.\ Clinke' und ipening up of a large! farm at Johns- Article' 3. ll to the hltthoiit bidder m'I' I i
    T .t,,, Lawt.wth, Miss: Dora wherethe couple will make ployment. He has many friends here I Tho Cniiilnl Blno. .' UIB I ."oration I hull ''c"Bh. at thu Court Houai-l?'. i i iSturke

    .if.), The farmers of I tin "Action' UK.1 II :\11-_. H. H. Damon in hicar.. town, well known und! they wish him every success. I I bo Ten Thoimund .I0.ono.oii) Dollan, to |H. llnnlford Court)'. I':, "
    their homc.Ji.." Coffin is Ono Hundi- H-IIUIH of the par .. ,
    I'annenter' curnc-d. several Alvarez of Starke, dlildi-d into April tat 1918 the minn' I.'
    Miss Kathleen ,
    Mr. Owen
    about through planting and must othojn in the county and state un her work Milui of One Hundred Diillara. tiach. I'aymvnt ;: dry or sold Court, dur ntr ti.' '
    have their corn, uncl cotton 111) crate's of Easter berries! tu Luwtf! of the Christian spent the week-end with Miss Gladys for mild fanlml" : tuck may "Kteeilved .In sill, tho following il'-rill I
    t';4 market Monday for which he reeeiv 'is State Secretary" Prescott.Mr. rrwh services! or .In property, run lor pirniinnl. till led. being and brims in 1 1Horliln I'
    and i iI it t is looking line 'l'ute. Kiuleuvor; / Union has taken her to nil I at n fair and juiti I tatlon Ilwr,-for. >o Sellxnl tu-wlt : The Si:1:' '
    I I\;. Mr und Mrs. L. I U. Russ, of Hump the fancy price of $8 per little tarts of the state, and when !Mr. D. 13Curry E. F. Hardec! motored over to by tho Hoard ol': JJirc'Ctcirf of thin cur parcel of ten lIon..1 11111.1"I ,, ,
    I'd M,'. and MI-H. Arch, Crews and Lake Duller Frl tutu. NE of the M.1 ,
    f visitor Sunday: ut the home I ay. 110th tho corner : .1 I
    of the
    ton stale union
    :
    J' were I
    president .
    of Williforiispent Arllno !. dcBi-rbcd land in Sri
    Mac above n
    . 11'IcJ'w'n: of I daughter, Ruble Miss Mamie Gamble, of Live Oak .
    of Mrs. Ito *, father, :\ Uunilecl Slates
    22 EtiKlv
    the guests of Mrs. nlisted, in the army The low for t' hid rnld Cnipiniilion. rheaeaixt : South ol UII""O
    the week-end A. K.
    has been visiting her aunt Mrs
    , Lake Side. I L. R. he was elected acting president.: skull br Nln.tv-N'lnc. Yciu i.Alllclo : >: .1 i I.' ,
    Mr. Martin n 'nI. of Stnrkrpause'' Crews' parents, :\11'. and Mrs. the families of Smith. She returned to her home 8. 13.L-G..
    f Kiiulprsoii.Miss! After the ceremony! Tuesday.i Tlir blinint.Kji,, of thin, curpntn'an ehu'l :,. I
    . through our town lust Thursday morn- II of Sanderson, lit !the contracting parties met at the rnnilticti by the fullowinjt' wrii'i-ti: I A Pwal-
    r ; Lizzie Rosier, :Mr. S. J. Prescott and family left
    i IIIii/: homo of the bride and a luncheon! wall ilint. Virr I'lvnuli, ', Sccn-lui-v und Tntumr NOTKtf OF FLEI'It': i
    Mrs
    Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilrnot Blown spent pending II while with her sister, the Monday afternoon for "Red! BugCamp" ,'r. ,and H noai-il of thri-i) Demeter Thu olflc1uf I Hy the power veBt* ,d I in I tli. p
    the took
    Williams.Mr. erved ufl"r( which couple Sicii-l.ity. and rii'inurcr. tu./ l.c hclj by 1 haws of the Slate, nl, 1 lli.n.i, .
    Melle
    the week-end with relatives! at llnmp T. A. Crawford, and Irvin for a short trip. They! are now on Luke Geneva.! They expectto ; ono and tlui name pi>.n.on. Said board of illn i I'ulillc Instruction or Kimlli i l

    ton. I and Mrs. it homo in .Johnstown, for the! present return Thursday.Mr. 'vtor''"* -ntiy b.. cbmyrl H-o alms: ti tlniu liy I order an election\ to \be hi Id .ipreelnctH '
    Mr. S. II. Wooilard was n busmesvisitor Clayton and JIiK"ru., motored : and Mrs. A. K. Smith and children un nmendnru or the by-lauH. but shall at no and places on 'h. 'I 1
    ; burg Sunday enrouto to nt the home of the! bride. time I InU I ..14 tlmn thru, nor mMe than ovou. 'April, A. D. till*, for II l In i p' .
    to Hampton Wednesday i through our the The siding nt Johnstown is piled up] spent' Saturday and Sunday in The dlrrit'irn iilm'.l: In- i,!rated by 'ho - three trustees and to deli rmminillnire '
    1\11'"r-W. "II. Flennott and (inimlmi Lnwtcy, whci-o they spent clay ties and piling thc I Hawthorne with relatives. They were IIIr.h'r.II .itch iinnii.il niiM-llntr. ,mid I nil othi r , to be a..eel.
    with cord wood as
    off lei ri of this Ciil-po tilitm ( "',11 bu netted t Fur I the of hit IIIIi .
    relatives.Mr. purpueo
    with
    .. Sntur1
    hors In Starke accompanied by Mrs.! .1. J. Gay and .
    \M rei I Melvin of Hrooker, embargo nn shipping i m in force! on ,i nniiually, b* tin- tifuiitl .,r llrf, ,tinlF I noon .in I TnlloM.Init named. mantu i r-t hi .
    flee; W. ,
    ;l ; ]last the A. C. L., on account of the congestion i Miss Mamie! Gamble, of Live Oak. I laity be nft'-r the annual. mcctlpff of the ntochhnlHiiM ed:

    1 -...... :.1rr 1." Melvina Smith of !Lake :Sick. Sat nintle our. section( n pleuiunt! visit in the yard.nt ..Tucksonville.Mr. i Mr. Joe Davis was a business. visitor shall The he nnniinl'hitJ COli i."n-i-tlny the Fl'i.f.( Mondfiy the shtckhnldem in- I Peek Dlnlrict and J.No.3.C. I'oppc-l Slarlio! I <

    min ill our l burg( Sill urduy afternoon. i ui day.Messrs. find Ed. W. !.'. Simpkins, who has taken here Monday. Jiinn-irv of reek >in-. <.r .it a lima \<. be aryl I : IJIutrlct No. d. Long Mndk-, ''" J l
    .Mi. AleKwen. of LakeSide-, was I ; Knrnic:: Alvarez in the A. C. L. yards at I Mr. Newn Warren has moved to by the liy-liiUH. hut II l'io ol,1.' : vr., elected o. S. (:t. Crew. J. E. A.lklnnDmlrict .
    llampton'hist Friday.Quite Norman of the Rising community u position I Palutku, where he has secured employment the drat annual mow tier Bhnll I'- sleeted nn.l I / No. 7, Ilroi.klyn I! i
    y. 1 "IIUI'fJlIIgill entertained (giving Jacksonville, was home to spend Sun- ',unlll1 d. the I .buelnrss nt nln C rn 'rutloii Bhnllbe I Fad Clovemettle Jnmeii, 1'ailiritt
    I4 ii number of folk altl'ndl..111ll' were" most happily I with the Sash and Door/ conducted, by the r.ii'ovlntr! ottui'f I District No. lit. Vnndurblll 1 .1.II ,
    show given hy Bratty, Bros.. hen! I, it in n mild way) lust i''>Sunday afternoon day. Factory. A. 1 1. Andruw. PrniJoit.A. I II.. L. (' .IIIII'r. J. CS. CrcvrnDiRtriet .
    nightlie at the ;Mrs. Luvenia! Darker ]Planting:: gardens is going on rnp T. Miavll. Vic,> 1're."I nl tinHiliool house 'lust Monday daughters, I idly where the bite season has kept ;Mr. ]R. II. Smith, of Hawthorne, was I W. II. Andrea 4 i. 'r.. Keci-iliuy .,nd Tnn I-niri| O. I>yal.Olntrlet .
    promised,] to show again Sntiirdii! j i holml l hy her charming work. visiting relatives here Tuesday. urrr. I No. 12, New RiM-r J. I II

    and larger crowd than eve! : :Misses Crissie! and Maggie/ and made buck this Air. A. K. Smith and Guy Prescott And the said A. I). Aiiilrawi., A. T. Miiclt I'W. Andrcwrt.. S' I'. Canon.
    night u I homeward with their :Mrs J. :M. Mersey, who lives in thicountry and \\' II. Andrew Jr., Directora..Xrll.l DlHtrict No. 15, Heilbroun N Ii J
    went out to witness the !performancebut '. their return near here is aulTering from motored to Hampton Tuesday., ,. 6. I Draw KeddiHh. .1. Pnrmenter.
    Ucutty Urns, didn't appear.' Although : kicking mule] at a lute hour. Mr Fred Morrow, of Waldo was a Tho hlKhe mum tint of iild-l.tednwn) or Ilnlillily District No. 17. lI"nl<1l'alnE.. MiCnlrman. I y
    March the people al I Miss Ruby demons' and :.Mr. Kenny eye trouble.! to which this "" ",orllt;,," ran at any I M. M. GriiriM.Dinlrlct .
    \
    it's yet Urooker took pleasure :Mr. and :Mrs. Russell, of Jacksonville visitor to our burg Mondays: limo mibjcct itself nl nil bo the Mini of Twetl- ; No. 18. Urnokcr A. :\. I''
    fool. Ha Ila Ha! I Crobby.(, of a llvo P. Galo ,.
    hl/lln I big April at Johnstown recently to< ly; 'lhmiimn.1 (J-5.noo.OCt''' Delia,. 1'\ Ilrown II.
    . ;Mr. and Mrs. l Everett Clark and I ride Sunday afternoon in the lattcr'f !, were WOODLAWlTPARK.Mr. I Ihu nnmui and rt9lili : Stnrkp hove purchase u home. im-orpprntoni ti>Keth>r ...th i'w amount' sub. Ilrown 'F. J. Terry.
    I
    Miss 111111 I Te.slon, i IIf nour cur.Mr. Mr. J. J. Stansel], sawyer for the ncribed'' for are us follow : I District No. ."7. Sampson J. C It
    " moved to our Hiction.V'e welcomethem I 1'nul Lippman of Greet, came : and Mrs.: ;\Summon: SIA. D. And, w.. liaifurd. n"'ido.ort.* A. several, his J.
    midst. here last week and will stay with us mill here, spent days at were .. I Dli-trlct N,.. 2S. Y.iit-R. P L. .vi,
    1 to our I home in Starke for the purpose: of getting visitors to Sturke last Friday.Mr. A. T. Miiull Halford. T'lorlnn Thirty I'owler. J. W. LcwU.Slifnudl .
    (1ultfI number I of Tht'i-eumi people! dining the Mummrr.'I I pnntTStW.:; ( E K. TOl'l I ',
    his farming operations under, ; and :Mrs. :M. D. Curter werevisiting
    the soot Satur Rev R. W. Lnrrnmore/ filled his appointments County Supcrlnli ndi-nl nnd S. <
    visitors to county II. Andrew.
    were 'I Ir Itnifonl.
    herein. II i ir-
    headway.The in Lawtey Tuesday. .
    good March 6. 1UI8.NOTICE
    and!
    them were !Monsru. A. ,: here Saturday evening! : ty biinrrN.
    day Among citizens of Johnstown were pained I Rev. I). L. Phillips and family visited -
    the of Hrothei A. \'oInmWI: !.
    H. 1!. Wood- Sunday:; nnd nt request
    A. I 0. Bennett
    Sullivan, of ;\11' Hermai Edward: II iIlilll'd A. r. Ml'KIL.tvv : .
    been confined to to hear of the loss his dllllght'rIrll. : : OK F.VU PISCIIAItl I t
    H'ttelle: C. A. j.1.! / W. Uarkcr, who has !
    Mia .
    nrd and daughter, went out Watcronk section last Sun tr. "NlJItJo.W,. JR. Six months alter dntthereof I t
    Yountrbloiul] / I'o lgett and :Mr. nod his boil for many weeks the parson delivered Crosby and theirympalhies ; STATE\ :: or- FLOItIDtcUN'ry itiv vouchers and until' account I Iniiblo :
    children short and interesting sermon, to I the family. :Miss Mildred Crosby day. OP ltltADI'O.D. Jeo. A. Gardiner Count ) h
    f'loversuttle and a
    Mrs." Fred the afternoon. u sister of Herman was the teacher i Miss: Lois Norman was shopping in I efoi-e n,,,'. a Notniyr 1'jblle ;n nail for mid llriifironl county 1 I-'loriila. and illnul > .
    bedside ,
    hit in county and .
    liy Slat' pc-rvonullv .
    of Drooklyn.
    near uppenred A. D diHehnnre an adminlKtrntor nf t tof r
    'Mrs, :Maggie Wamright visited hoi of the .luhnstown' school the past sea Staike lust Friday.Mrs. Amlrem. A. 1'. Miz.ind W it. Andrew. J K. Hilllbrook and IM. A. IInlll"
    Mr. Cleveland I..PO, of Luke! Side. Mrs., Emma Wainright lAStarke son and won the heiutH trail those? O. L. Thomas und children of Jr.. 10 m.> Still k".."n I. heI" ,I'usoni illerlbnl ,' ,,', '
    aunt,
    al'' wan in our bum Sunday morninjr.Mr. connected with the >chool.Mr. Lawtey, were visiting here Monday.Mr. s the in mid lull,. ii"'.'CIiheI II,.I Ir ""no., to 'I'his" tin2<>lh day of Mnrch. 1 191| -
    Mrs! Tanner last :Sunday; afternoon. ( rniVKiiiiiK oral, | niu-d i h,in.-r. "0'1| they HOLilly J. V. EDW \1 1I. I
    Roebuck' mind ,
    II. S. .
    Coffin who is taminghere K. Norman business .
    I \\.r. Nettles attended to business Duvid J. was a ucliiiimlvdK her m.- lh.it thy, er s-Jll-R:' m... Adnn.
    of Luke Side wore visitor to Sturkc in the county hub Tuesday.Mr. this year, having resigned: his position ,, visitor!' to Starke Snt I' IIIY.I I )a

    Saturday. I an.111'1': Nc)wn C. :Molt were 'I. as county agent of Levy coun- | Miss Leila Byrd, of Lawtey was a !

    PT Mrs., Billy Brown and Mrs. Hen HnM- I pleasant outliers at the Harry/ Lewis ty, is leaving out cotton and planting visitor here Mond.iy. ], .

    Her were' visitors to Starke Snturdny.Mr. food und stock feed Mr.: T. J. Williams' family il'ery'i
    BRISCOE
    in home of the Rising section the ear crops |I OWNERS ALL PRAISE BRISCOE
    . McRap, of Mclrose) was. ourltn I her part of this week.Messi :Mr. l F. A. :Maltby i is selling n num sick with measles.! We hope them n ,,

    g last Thursday I". Volley Reddifh, and I.tivilk her of safes! and other cabinet article] speedy! recovery. 'I
    :Mrs. Tanner' of Lake Side, was i\ which ho making cheaply and well :Mr. Crews of'' PERFORMANCE'H
    (Crews loin I their, families attendeechurth : is | and ;Mrs. Guerny ,
    of Mr.! ao,1Mr"
    the home'
    visitor Sundry at I here Sunday. ;Messrs. W. It. Taylor and. II. Jirondonburg Jacksonville, Wl'rt.'i itol'" nt the II >i

    11. S. Koebuck.Mr. and children I /Reand :Mrs. I). L. Phillips and have been in the woods looking I j home of Mrs. Crews' sister, ;Mrs. L N. Those who are'driving Briscoe cars are best qualified !
    :
    end Mrs. II. I H.
    motored to Starke May Saturday-. their dUIIhtll'1"1/ ; \ < Debbie) of Wood after some special timber for the Norman, last Sunday, and were accompanied I to speak of the merits of the car with the milliondollar ,

    lawn spc'tt Sunday with the ]r'dtlitIlilliard ; Ideal, American Corporation the pusweek. homo by her sister, ;Miss
    From there they went to Hrooker. :Minnie! Lee demons.Rev. II motor, and we are never afraid for them to talk
    The fnrmt'i-H union hl1.la special calmeeting family. "
    Miss Susie :Supp and brother, Wil n.} (t. Lan'uniore and family right out "in meetin'.
    here \ nlkht !
    Monday Hum, visited her .sister, Mrs. :Shut 'MAMPTON' were visitors at the home of ;Mr. and '

    :. A nice rain fell here Sunday after Wuinright, Tuesday of this week. ---- Mrs: II S. Norman last Saturday.Mrs. I Read what Mr. C. C. McCall of Guilford has to say

    noon. handsome n.( Souls business. visitor ; J. C. demons of Lake about
    Miss l-'liiruncr Hall returned, home i I ;Mr. Lonnie Crawford, n W. was n the Briscoe.

    fpw days from a delightful visit i gentleman! of Rising, was prospecting to JiicKnomille: Saturday.II. returned to her home last week Dutter'l
    ago/
    with relatives. at Orange" HeightsWaldo here last Sun+h.y.: H. Wcpst, who is at present! employed spending several days here!, the McCALL BROTHERS & COMPANY

    und, Knrleton: llcnch.Mr. I Mr. Hrtice: Davis. lately an employeof ) ) in Jacksonville, !spent Sunday; her daughter, :Mrs. I. N. Norman. ,

    II. S. Roebuck: was a visitor to the! S. A. L. Railway, but now with evening und night with his family; 1'1'1':Mr. Dalton! Carter and family were Manufacturers of C

    Luke Side Sunday/ afternonn.Mr. the Naval': Reserve at AI' -.'lill, accom here.Rev. in the Rising section last Naval StoresGuilford

    his In-other !dal; L. A. 1 Haw Is mtul a business: Sunday.
    : :Maurice Hrewton, was u visitor panted by < ry was a I
    to Waldo TuesdayMr. pleasant' visitor here TucMlay. His trip to Jacksonville Friday.Hon. I I :\Ir..r. S. Norman; is a daily visitor

    W. J. Ito..huclof Lake City, Ito Lawtey, soliciting berry shipments Fla. March, 18, 1918
    lol'lCnlL ,', of Lake Side, teas father, Mr. W. l.: I Davis, owns thefam'd ,
    visitor here Saturday:; for till! firm of George Allison & Co., I II
    in our burg Sunday afternoon.Mrs. mineral IIln'lngwith their healing was I n pleasant Rosenberg & Moore

    Via Lee ii: spending! a few tiny: powers at this plebe, besides most lion. James Kelly, of M.tdison wn: I New York. ,

    nt HIP home of her fiither-in-Liw: of Ileilbronn farms and, B'ul'f''lIn., .shaking hands with old friends. hen I -- -- --.-r Starke, Fla.
    NOTICE.I ; .
    ;
    It
    Morgan lee, of Lake Side. ted one more stroll mound the old during the week.Mrs. j!I handle telegrams Gentlemen: .... II
    cannot / over j
    Hunt and her.
    B.
    ; P. charming
    home before, ertttiimr for
    OP only
    ; 11 1
    !Mr. :McKwcn; of Lake Sid, was II phone. T. J. GRIFFIN
    business visitor to Theressa :Mond.iy.There ; Uncle"iim.. daughter Ethel l spent the week-em I am pleased very much with my Briscoe

    has been quite u lot of potu :Mr. n. W. I'armenter, while pulling in Vuldohta, the guests of relatives. 1 4. + + .+ + '.+ : + + + + f + + car. It is giving
    | me good service. It is good
    pullerin
    toes set out in HIM .section..Mr. up lust year's, cotton stalks. preparaTory ) LEGAL NOTICES i

    ; J. Shaw/ of :New ..h'I'sey.IU'I'( to ,planting some more cotton on were looking lifter business. interests I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 1I sand, and I want to say the Briscoe uses the lesast
    Starke .
    I the same ground, a few dogs ago, in Satlll..lay.n. gasoline of the
    here last TO .'1111'' any car on market.If .
    one day week and will assist I :NOTII OP IVTKSTIOV AITLV
    I !. W. Ulnnkenship left Tuesday forhis
    bail, his attention attracted twice by I.Kritll'J: PATGNI.:: ,
    Mrs Smith on (her farm nt Lake SiileMi Home' thing crawling upon his neck, home in Maryh\ille! Tenn., lifter I Notice tti luTcby trivcn that the und'rolgned'. '' anyone seems to doubt what I have to say about
    -. J.V". J Sullen spent the weekend will\ I f"I.hiM(, .nl'le >il. J. CnlU
    IUM" 1'1) no KI
    the winter here
    anti in each instance .tvcd to lie, "spending'' I the Briscoe I cite
    them
    ) in Jacksonville, returning h 'mc pr no Governor; of the S'nlf. ... Klnriilu. on the 20111 | can betterthan: I can tell
    fa" !Icier* pntont.nCDpnrntmv them.

    Sunday night. :. VVbile\ title.! 's. !by no cleans the \\1.11. y"., where he has. accepted' II A. 1 I'. /tNURCW. COMPANY.intlrr .
    Mrs' C. Smith and I daughter, of LakeSide tht following) r>' 'pon-ii e..r. the or
    were visitors to Therc-ssa :Monday 'irwt of the pests to be found this year,, position with the government.R. Kinnl nf -., hleh iH vow 4n fl.c I In (lie ollVc of I Yours
    afternoon. t is. a fair warning to the farmers of :M. King/ of Theressa was a business lie Hociolnry nf S.ulo nf Flit lilu., truly,

    l Ur and :Mrs. K.: F Fortner, of :Melrose .Vuicroiik section who may think the> visitor here :Monday. A.A. T n.. MIXFI ANrmrAJ.: r.. ; C. C. McCall.

    were in our burg Tuesday after ire extinctthat such thought is both A. J. Strickland und wife, of Luke W. If. .ANHRKWS.: :' JIE.PropnBril I
    ) intruo! und misleading, and 1 Mr. 1'or- .ieneva, were chopping here :MondayJ. ('Saner of A. I.. Andrews Comnniiv.

    noon. I neuter! upon whoso farm no cottoi M. Mitchell and J. K. Wilson, of Join the Briscoe Army and have Car Satisfaction.
    t S. D. \YiMidnrd gave n log rolling at Th<> unilpntiuni'tl hereby aoso-kdo
    his home ins been grown in several years unit Starke, were visitors here Tuesday.The Helve together for the purpose of ""th.m'l
    There
    Tuesday.' was quite n la..t "season seems la have hit box: supper given under the cni'porntlim under and liy vfr>iv nT the BRISCOE SALES & SERVICE
    crowd.I in COMPANY
    attendance
    r4 and I the work was uf tin- Stub i>r l-'l-n-M. win tin following .
    done up nicely. A bountiful dinner I hare lit the bcuini.uiK. i-ettei watch, itispices of the Hampton branch Reel ,.ropoe.1 onurtt I

    'our cotton patch that it dross Friday evening was decided! Article I.
    then 111',1'I yc.u majf put a I' Starke Fla.
    was I the workers. This I Thinanii .<.r Hi' rporation hall b< A, ,
    r n corn before too late. Don't be uccess. A pleasant evening/ was en-
    r wns un occasion which seemed like
    olden times Tuesday night crowdof I uught\' napping and next fall haw 'oyed! about forty dollars 1'l'lilizellIn.1,
    n
    / I 'lathing to show for your expenses and! .i ix: new members added to the local
    young people gathered there, sal
    t abor. .irnnch. lion. Joe (Hill Williams was
    few
    a games were played and nt late I
    hour they departed, reporting a a very :Mr. !Levy Sweat aged thirty-five nr he orator of the evening and his ad-

    I fine time. this farmer of this vicinity, having ; Iress was at times drowned! with up- -i

    ieen denied the! privileges of an eduction ihiuse. The brunch nnd i Immunity

    Starke iMr. !II."' ,S.'dneAI.IY.no..blll'kVn visitor to literally and who failed also tc 'eel ...xtrl'm..lyCrutl'f111 to the "penk-; igl How Much Do You

    : i : accomplish the arts in swimming feeing 'r, and the many workers in the cause Spend

    l'ssic the prime necessity of every "ovei Oio came from Starku and neil ed so
    Miillips were: shopping ill Stnrke/ I 'here" soldier" 1 of ouch to make the
    4.' knowing the hitter occnsio.i a success. "

    1 Wednpsd.iy.. mid viewing the many other horror ...Ve also wish. to thank Mr. Darby for ; /
    Miss Mehcnia: Smith of : Each
    Lake Side Month
    'low raging in the present warfare, ir he Red Cross Hags which she so kiiid- ?
    I spent Tuesday night with Miss: :Minnie '
    1? r ilugnn.Mrs. Ouch he has some fears" of having li y presented to the brnn.-h. I'
    :
    -- .- .-. --- I "gage shortly, asserts! that nlthougtteietofore :Mrs.> MulUidy spent Saturday andSunday JJII" tI,
    he Ins never reg.alcrpil am'lajed ' at the! bedside of Uro. Mulladyn : I

    .EILBRONrJ.trll. tiny part in policies old V.'ood i St. Luke's hospital Tuckonville.fis i :'z.J:; .. "Can't exactly tell Of ..
    ,
    you
    I say.
    {
    course can't
    ; : ; use. the starter of the war. may look- ; many friends are c'ud to kr.ow you unless you pay

    : Sarah: Tunm-nter' who had a ;: ut for a bin :* ball fia.i hm: nt rite hat he is rapidly convalescing and isxpectcd : your bills by check. People who carry their around ,.
    serious attack of in
    illness last week, is 'ominglection.' money 1
    \ '
    home
    in'a few
    35 imuh improved now. I. ;Mr., :M. I I.. Hilliard, mho w engaged! I Rev. Harr filled his regular days. appoint- .t their pockets seldom know how, when or where it goes.

    jlh Mr. Homer the II. Kite S.: Ililliard, who lately purchased I nthI' fishing industry nt Loihloosn. nentu here Sunday. I ; 4i i A checking account is the logical thing for you. It the I ,

    ') place and t't engaged in farming there, has gold it this place and 1 indiscriminate waste that leads to
    :
    his reports business brief Mich., where he has accepted poverty, and at the same
    young to :Mr. Ligc Kite
    crop
    and with him. ;
    't '1 i position with n former employer.Mrs. time keeps book of
    ? will a account
    shortly to
    move Kaiford: his former Uncle "Frank your expenditures.
    home. Robinson our big cot- J. R. Weekly, of Waldo, was a
    'on grower has ,visitor here !M You are invited to an
    twenty-six acres of Wednesday. open account with
    and
    Mrs. line: hn01 us, there is
    $ / Taylor, of Starke, was the staple planted no
    nod he W. p. Dirt of
    says waslever Louise was transact- time
    a visitor in this as opportune today.
    vicinity I last Saturday. in better hopes of u big harvest nf business here Monday J as
    '
    Mr. F. :M. Norman;
    one of Vandorbilt'fl
    in his whole life.! ;Mrs. H. S. Wynn and Miss Cleone

    P most progressive farmers, was I Misses. Rosa and RpplMi Clemons Moore: wore shopping in Starke Wednesday J :

    howdying with his many friend here I pent Saturday night with :Misses Lin- .

    Sunday, and looked just like a prospective me and Ruby Norman The BANK
    and lineman
    were ncompanied of the Starke Telephone OF
    candidate, und if STARKE
    ; '0. we would home
    Sunday by their Exchange: was here :Monday in-
    "Let 'im 1
    come for all
    say of his aunt :Mrs. Leah Ila Norman.; ipccting the lines, and while here in-
    acquaintances know that he is full of Mr. N. I n.
    Davis made a trip to the stalled a phone in the
    toro of J, V.
    e the grit and vim requisite in accomplishing Kradford l Farms last Sunday. Jones State County and City
    ,
    t Ns Depository
    the undertakings in
    this
    life. :Mr. J. R. Eddm, of Claincsvillc The
    Wednesday
    3t Mrs. Mary Raulervon has returned who is looking after the interests of, well night prayer meetings STARKE
    are attended and the interest
    FLA.
    home after a stay of. several weeks the Singer
    Sewing Machine ,
    Company grows with each
    service.
    I with relatives in Baker county. in this county, was canvassing: here Mrs. II. D. :May of Theressa, j :\
    :\11'. J. D. McCormick, of Baker the first of this week. \ spentednesday ill
    If with her mother, Mrs. T. .


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