Group 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: April 5, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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I, \I.>LHl 'IN\I.; ,.IS TeHX CII I CI': CHRISTIAN CONVENTION .- .- ...11 "'tv.U. .

OF S300 TO ('oI'\: y TREASI'KY:< L.IlIl'TLlm: LAST SUNDAY:AT 1SKRKV ;MOVKMKNT:; ::: 1.11.111'Ul'T (. NEW; ,ANNOUNCEMENTS.Tho : : : SCHOOL
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-- I'Hln1m: (;OOIJ BOARD) ORDERS) ILKCTION : D. C. MEETS >\ I ITH MRS.

Cui :- Loving and
> Certificate Put I in as :Next Meeting! PIac J. I II I. \Vilhia ins lU'i-TiTrd: announcement col.i -
Bank of :Starke< for Safekeeping of Convention. Fur Piincy Trice > :. . 1 I-.i. tl.iuo :lev.' tlid l this week. I
; Cur Consigned to I'liil.idflphia. .1!. J. Sapp, a well known young Tho school\ board met in regular evening at :JlO i :: the U.
Lake Butler ..: .. the s ossion April :2nd, with Messrs. '1'. 'I ". C. niel at the, residence!
Tin bcniij, of' county Apt rit ;t.-The conven Last IS I' i : New River section, en- B. of :Alls. H.
.
commissioners tion year EprenAgent' HotTinan I 'inholster" J, I 1C. ) ..\. Weeks.,
held tei the Douglass The
, /M in Lake Butler last H race for representative und J. C. p'c"idl'nt.liss Aunt.i .
iv I t i o'd'-r' Saturday } In
by Chairman handled
S. T..iv until March IcRae
,
;
: l 'iitli, li liS> bushels present.) 'a
''inn \1""daApril: 1st und Sunday by the Christian churches ofnl" .strawberries. g:1'in.j :2.! This places him in opposiUii 1i ' Ray presided over the l11e..llllg111'8. -.

.. I. ., in ., .'l 1 t the court house,, at with 10o. Biudford: ( "ounl'nH quite n sueth year he had Until sent the" J78! same date t | to (ion. A. S. Crewshci, wns alemlirr mat t's of lust mooting> I'clldIn..!* i W. J. Epperson; acted as sedI't'ary -
,: bushels. npPt'o\'ctllI" i
l"'S. A huge CI'U'rl111'1' in iunt of the last Icgi-dnturo! and read. \ t nnd Mrs. W. L. wall read the lij
ill i r lid uttcnLi is -
& i I ent I
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pii to-vvil : II. I:). year by the dale nanu'd On
Agent aciount of death ,'
dan'I' ILi'iuflit .andiiUitv a in his.. j .
Kev. < for imniedlu i'eport.tiuislir
Wm E. re-election. ,
Ma.i. i .J.) I Bl.ukvvolder Datightery, of (i
J. L. : had forwarded j t
Under ute
!! i-aib of berries family :Air.i
AlcRuo
I union( Ky., Hurley :11.i :\h'Rul', well was excused the !head of war relief
11111.1'i oj] I 14 /I. Andrews.slin ? 'preuched an eloquent' while by that date a known f work
this
convention He year he I.Len of the Starke district, rum service Oil tho board ,for, the day. I'lit \\'nU, leportcd, that tho 01'1>.J5
seiinon. sum :
of l.ist( meeting were read was pastor of!; had sent off only 1( This announcesis The board
u'd. .nipi"d' the Christian church at this place cy is on account > the discrepan ctindidncy fou:,. count y conrmnissiond ent ordored! the superlnten-I 1 irs sent the 1 past week for the Flor
of to
ubout :M() years ago and has uncertaintyhother C r.. Mr. :McRaa is the fourth man to purrluisi' :U5 /gi-nninuir, school ida bed in Hospital No, 1 at Nouflly. ,
f "i' M in i' inted by B. J. tfolicrts,, Mends heie who were glad! to many greet d w(estimations car, shipments will reach thoir iTer himself us candidate to reps d iploma.s for use in the grammar'I 'France., Tho state convention will bn
lane .1'! before the berries :chools for I
Mug the
a fot.the rcestablishjing I- him again. Hl" '. Daughtery, who suf.f 1.11'0spollI esent( the Stnrko district on the couny present" year." held in :Miami on May 1st, und tint
'II public' load, lending from, I Five .,,' with th out trouble is traveling- and the moie .speedy, though l: bon ul He i is a good citizen; und if 1'etilion from the patrons: of Fivo I I following t delegates were elected to
i JIili i ."i't k I"1.: M.\ more costly, express service is Mile school district
Ilule's place, south for the benefit of his health and erred prot lectcd( will give careful attention to I asking for, an ,'' represent/ tho %V. T. Weokl Chapter
, .
then ,,, lection ,
i'h\\i terly to W. his te) determinewhether 'Airs' ,
D.
IIuk duties. I. Al. Alvnre
i. just happened) up in time here to ut- The I snub | ,!, Airs. I.. A Davis ;
( Upon 'ii'mm: I fin,it ther consideration of tend th convention. berry acreage this season is es- J. 1:. .':'ip 1 announces that he is a islrict should become u Kfiecial tax alternates' Mrs. J. r-:.. Wilson, Mrs. J.
;,aJo I .h, ..on laid imntcd at ]less than one-half: 01'whnt tl(strict.! Said ,
|I' v.is; over until l1'xiTI111J1U :t Then1 was a great deal of interest I j undidatc for constable "I'utt the Starke pl'l it lair was granted I 1'. Tomlinsoii.
, Hinainfited was lout yearThe a ml l t Ihe
.ii I |MIM|. acreage plnnt'cl tliltl'i superintendent'
in the convention sad one ', > 't. :Mr. /Sapp has !held the po iI i- ordered t to adertiso l- 1'11111"1'0 discussed: for Memorial
1 was small I and
P ( 'J t ". ; : but little was expectd ) I ion bi'f'oie. v Sri mit'. 1 Day, the I 'Jiith;
.i-Kinj. for change in thj t of the greatest things accomplished t and uterus to hugivcn I of April.' The veterans
|.I'unh I (' > ,.,...d,I "''adingfrom j I3ohn bridge: was the rinsing: of the debt! that has a ible., but the seasons" IUI\ e !been favor- \ cry general s'utisfuetion.Jl.'ST A coinniunicalioii from I Ihe slate will be. entertained. at dinner by the

Rto Graham. \\ a> price fur this i aid
II. D. :May for inwstignlioiimid church. Over $100 was raised which been [below so season has never 1 + .t. + -I' + + .50.i. 'pt.' + + + + 4 ener until i I next regular meeting.K. (iriul KP\'il"'H will be hold at the Bap-
1 t $1 per buthel nail $7 + :. R. POPPKLL)! ; l list church Mrs., T.
ri'poi -it iic'Nt meeting of oar" '!I. wiped the slate clean and the church was common last week. + L. /. Burr to bo

A petition was. presented( by J. J.] Blurts with a clean sheet. Now with morning Lust Wedic.sday 4 ; .\ ttOKD.( ) + -- Sec'y und Supt. thn speaker of the occasion, after

Trosby nnd oilier asking/ for rhnnge the l'l'doublCllvol'ldng und energy of si how I'd the writer u a telegram strawberry from man a + + Kit.\DFOKD" ) !- llll.MS.nnipnign : '- .- which the soldiers' graves will be dec

in thi publu 1'iad' leading from RniJford the members combined with that of Jaltimore house + ,\ large mi.jority of the Tclograph's + orated.The .

to" Stlll'k,'. said change the pastor, W. T. McGuirc! the saying, "llerry mar- +! subscribers send i their + meeting adjourned, to meet in ,
being church
k in
!
May bring (;iO t) cents April .!. Mr.
a quart. ) ---- W. II. Htirell :
through the + May with Mrs
land of J.1.: ]Brownlee. will 1 rapidly build. J. Heonan Williams is the largest remittances t> little before Ihe + m and children attended tho ,W..J.. Wall.
Jpon motion and second the Among the i I' expiration of their com- ---
chance visiting hl'ethl.t'lwo.s In; piry grower: this year., On ;March + subscriptions 4 I neneemeiit( al I Sir at a Fe Friday lIilfbt.11' ':.\ \' -: rAT TIll'IIIHClII'I.: ( :::' .
f grunte-d upon condition that said! W. (L Seals, of Hampton who has ul- 18th: he picked 100 I ) bushels from ::1 i 1-li: or immediately aftc,'. It is to the + :\ and\ :Mis. Dan, Hull and little

oud: nc opened' and placed] in good vnys been one of our church's best icres and loaded with them. + minority who still follow the old 1 4 grandson spent I In the
a car Saturday and Sunday spite of t threatening clouds
js 3 ,rami. ,;' condition;! without any expcn friend Financially and every other They were consigned to the A. Can- + /plan of I'inl.ju"t\ a littlo bit + with their i i daughter' Mrs. JY.. Surreiu'.v. an"| the change In time, large
: rI hi + slow congregations -
|J'\' tn ( i )1flty.a way hi- did his part which is highly chino Ci,., Philadelphia, on the sot iciati'n Unit we address these lines. 4 i . assembled ut the
\ '' A V f 1'iiiclen' i and 1 others nplJivcinted the 4 We want to ask that will various
asked that [ by members. 4*
t you get
d of their ,
liurchps
energetic agent here, :;Air.i .1. V. on last ,
"7,; ''j' paid 1 ? t tindiui. I i 'tors of I Hope.] Hall I At noon Sunday dinner was spreitd ;Mr. E M. Thomas. The terries + away from, the slow habit and< nrrived ill. attended I Hervires" held!
church were atI t.
-JUI'I.' : + The ut I llrookerAir.
/ Ihe prompt bill
'i ,
.ii-iitution located on ground. There is lo l hi' 4
\ paid
wu. i
non .riough in 'fine order and I'ctll'n,111', : ill 110,'Iii v I be -llaptisl! Alcthodist Presbyterian
Jiamll ''II. i I.M. \\nik done loft to have + a nil< ( on chnngo: of over fed twice us iii 9
as Williams )pit
:)7)
many 1-
cents C'UllI't.One.hulf : and I 1 :
I ihtu
per ) + and'i ;Mis. T. B.! F.dsvtirds Episcopal relies. Lilies amiruses I
oad .1 and
!
in 'bmldi! .'Ii'ilgl's(:' , across( DouRin u ware those.Starke /prompt ) 4 !
of the berry crop is considered duiiidiloi.!( Ruby, made r decorated, the altars, and chan-
Ie + The slow a business
I IK| subscriber) trip
.1' public> road hus been was selected as tho nextlIl'diul wusles nUl'tin" +
to have been '. The celand( the
movl'' ship. I to I I.al\l' Bui I lor choirs rendered
lent k I.."I"!, "in 1I'd I i I.y. said chanf!!'. Up- / :; place of the convention. i will + t:i .", }became he complicates I our m 4 Saturday. inspiring'music
menls
drag into June -.
on und! Mr. m The
good I and( JIll'''. II. D.I pulpit[ of the Ouptist
+ Lynn
n mo'.11.". ,in' I eioiul further consid- Saturday, April (tilh. Senator Chair hook-keeping' anti causes; us to + spent the
l prices throughout/ I the pennon are e>cpccted. day i church was occupied, fllr. B. I D.
+ vei.v: pleasnntly' t with t their by Law
raton) "11 1 'ml 1 i K. Davis will send statements(;i two 01throe + i grund-
< "-iiiost[ wus laid speak in Lake Butler. I
overtntil ) It is hoped that no berries I flit,tilt'"I', ::\11"i i .. Nancy I llarrell I us: H..vV.. (J. Law had accepted invit.ition
I I
( 11 i'i I . ef lIe is + timo", all of which is SIIIIl'ny.1 -
ni' 1> i.i.e.' board.F ) !. at present Senator from Madison will h,' wasted but u waste 01'lin1l' +
thut the :\1 i I
is
to
,
surplus I "Kllfii: I Lynn was the ,preach in I Sir cnisota. The'
.
\1. of(
1 K.: 'I i '. inager; of the Eraelon1 : county but will be candidate and money. Tune that our + guest
/ u will bo
canned. I
1'iisloiM
Sugnr for the pur :Airs. W. AI. I llarrell.Air. t of I the1 other churches
in" hi !hit for + em )pluses'I might be-I + I occuii"d -
i at the State Fair congress from this district. Every: )post' will be had when the time giving\ to | ( I thenrespective'
comes : l and I Il't'ttt'Ii'tl
mad( hi i 'n" 'n 11 I and, urned over to the voter should hear him. The scene the + making t the) paper: !boiler. i in con- + and jlll'". t C'1.: i. Anilreu, anil I pulpits
on platform from T I L t) tile
1,toaui) I i. l"i, s.: no i ) awarded to tho Workmen arc ut work, putting up p. m., when the berires begin to nrlive + sinned, in this clerical, work. II II. family atteiieled t church el 1'e HUII :\i evening '
OUII'' \ h.nii'i'. t Ihe second bet. ng.riCllitrrlll three concrete bridges\ over Silver in quantities until .1 + will I In- ser-n, therefore, I hat the) I. Summer Andieu' and, SIKl,',',,I 1 t Illiplisl "-
when
: ; slnl.it. t lie also turned" (tV.er kim the J pretty little slieam that runs I the northbound p. m., + slow subscriber, !I.rings. a loss upon + ;Aliss l I i Illniiclio t vveie t Ihe guests of MisH MeibiKlist l congregation and! united, with thi
along
express union
comes ,
service
I 1.II/I helo!.
I I was
t" 'h,' '":a id' the ee'rtiflcntc nf t'lis!' : from the lake. to them' + himself us well us upon us. + tint I'lnholster t Hu it by. I At
entry is ] the
nvvni .md th" hi"Uomo silver loving I Mr. Frank A. J. Boyles] went to I animated and for away bustle, exceeding and l hurry + When .sou receive a card, noli-. i I t. ;Air. and IIII''!. Frank, Tomlinson of tor Hhowcd Pri'sbyteiiaii beautiful church llle pus- ,

|eup i>'i nt'd' to the county for ,h.ving : Starke last Thursday to have a modi-cannot find in "'lol' I' + fyinp you thut -our subscription I. LakeBulli'i: ', werp the guestH of !Mr. of pictures on thusunltju'i'l.
an equal du. Hov 1' 'II. IIlId1: ,",. T. I the' resurrection.N .
;tin, I -t exhibit cui + will spire"' within few I. B. Edwards: Sunday.
K'.n" ot the Inn examination as Uncle Sam wants I 1 Express( Agent Hoffman is able to u days, --' - -
II.
J' he .'hI"I. I !turnc'il into the county: him behind the guns. 1 keep things straight is a conslan L + miike your remittance ,promptly. I. :Air.( .1.], V. Edwards; attended the union (mJ\I: GLASS IN I'LOUR.

Streaiai\ v. and the certificate an 1 lov- Mr. and Mrs.\ Vusco Dowling of: wonder to many, hut he sues to it tha L When you have once adopted, this + II"'tilll.Fl'hluy.\ .

''o JDg .-up wen' Mill to the Uink of Jacksonville, spent Sunday in Lake I every package is properly sccureil, > plan you will like it better andwe l 'II.I. Leonard; Holbrook passed through From" widely separated sections oT

(,jBt'arki' !lor> display nnd I aafr-kccpinff.! llutler.lIIessrs.. labeled and placed. He is ably assisted : + will I bo saved 1 an entiiely unvvusle I. stilt burg Sunday afternoon. Come the country' have "recently come reports -

"' JIhIIt W'". broiiirht: to the attcnlio'i of f-cei-or N'ewso.n and l\uli.h by Mr.\ I ). ".. Martin, who came + mitcssni.y, of time all"II"nl'y + again i Leonard.Air. of" persons finding broken glnsi

\\'the board that ;Air. Rivers, while in Alvarez of fttcU-kj, visited! Lake ButI I here from Uell to help him dUI'inl.the + I'I I. S. I Hague attended tho union' ut I i In /flour, 'bread Two cases of it are

:...Tackson"lllens robbed of $175 (.f Jer Sundiy. 'busy season. Thc plaza west of\ the + I. Alachua Saturday I ,'etll'lllnlhome/ repented, .I by the Tiiinpa' papers' within

,''tbe mm .v appi| "pi iated by the board I Among hou woe Vlimit""! th' eon- depot is crowded with loader + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Sunday.Alis.s; ,, the last day or two. It might bn welt
wagons: ,
Jfor II t,-' "tVItlJ4' 1 the expenses of the vcntioii in I'" Sunday flora GI'U'1Ilnwere I with berries, which are bought by lIw Al'IOMORILK( ):\ ; COLLISION.) .Murray Atalphurs mint.) grand I i I',,,, housewives to run their baking

c 9unt: "xhilut ut t the fair. It svsg- Misses Ilunnie Groves, Mabel solicitors and :.shipped, in car lots. lo! "mother. M n't. C. S. Bovillo, spent; tilt't, .l flour through a close sieve before using -

esteet u.v the.-c'" l'nllinthe/ matter toe Byrd, Eva Deville, Ethel Ryrd, Clara side the of this The cars of J. I R. Davis of Starkonnd work with !Mr. Frank Malphurs, I t itB. .
growers fa-ction nmnji Cooler .. . .
I .
n" I.
l\t\"I1I1"1I nf the board that the 1'iiee, Daisy Ieynolds, Alma Price 'from far S. II.I Moore, of Ruiford, met (flit -- - - -'--

ji[,GuntW. ) " -e, :\11'. Rivers for the 1IIe'-gr". lIuthVnstlin., Pcrmun RobI, I I , in order away to secure li/.ring sure their sale berriehere and"I collision Wednesday morning: at the Air. W. ii I llarrell muelo, u business V P. I'. MEETS: AT i 11:31): < 1'1..

Bs Aif i. ."..me' discussion the mat arts und Willie Pi,.ice, :Airs. L'ejuillu '' oo,1,) prices. m intci l section of (Call, and Walnut elroetMoth trip to t Gainesville; i I 1"I'iIIIY.111's. .
The
ix v, '.ini, : "d',. for, further considc' Dixon und Mrs. Abernuthy.JMiaM I' The I curs wore slightly damaged I hut I i Kute I Dukes, of Worthinglon, li.iptisl, Young People" Union;
strawberry has made Bradford tin L spent the \v'illllH'1'III I \ the I Baptist: church
*fltlfl tll' nt, LOCH (' t occupants sustained no injury. week-end with I her daugh at 11:10::
mooting. und
Tb2t u1son IlislIInmle: county famous. Here it grows IUI'A"e1It(1 ----. -.. .. ter[ MrW.. II. Han'ell.Mr. ,p. ni. All I I members I are urged to bo
HH,\ ui' iiiuht, watchman for Denmark of Ruiford
spent the weekend (, firm nnd the straw mulching ni- CARD ( fl' 'THANKS. Joe) Suireney: ,p present I and all I I wishing i attend thu
dunty "iinvn;, I ts was raised from fit) in Lake Butler. plied to the was u pleasant
beds
I keeps it clean. The
culler/ meeting arc cordially invited.
, , ut the home of \Art'i'. B. l
nts >;! 'pei night by order of the Miss Vesta Reynolds, of 1lIifol'"n" crop comes! in at n time of the We wish to thank all who Edwards eveninir
ard.Ctlttn, \\"n". ..,.,., .O'lInqt._.... nF, .lIf1ua.. T.'...... "_L._._<_ I ,....__ ...__._. L. __ ."L. . y'nmC .....,..... .... --., . ... no kindlyiinaintvu Sutidav afternoon. .I'l'Xt.! Sutifliiv Gruul' A wilt(
last m. .aa nun,)' nuu"I"I'I '0<'0 ."" ". n"tlllng ('Ise lor Ille **o UMIIIIH tne ItV-.nwn.- Air., Josepn %sv.mains. aunt Miss Kate I". i III ('nll"go.* ill' i ne rilicilllf I mill a*ins
HI ""oriraiuze u company inomc week. r farmer to sell, and thus completes the little-, boy, Millard, and also to thnnl Roberts atlendod (lie II. Y. I'. U Sun-! I Doris Law will 'be tho leader. A special
(thuirdt t Long Biidge Wild Ir.id I Misses Myrtice Roberts, Jessie Roberts .. chain of shipments that last the year Dr. Tomlinwon for hi.s untiring\ cf day night. number' under' the direction ot

Vet' until n. "I t meeting of the board. and Schollie Chastain visited the,! round. The money coming in makes fort <. Miss' Blanche Andrcu Miss Francis May will bo rendered at

I'JJQoard) adjoin 'vul| until the first Mon latter's parents ut Lake City Sunday. I trade,* brisk pays debts and enablesjrioMors \Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Crosby. Miss Cecil (inborn Monday.was the guestof the clone of thu meeting. A full at-
47 in :\rll .' lUll!. Mrs. Jesse ..
; Goodman nab. children I '; to improve and add to their -- - - - The many friends Miss 1 I2ltna luridanee i is requested.SI '.
ICdxvurds
W. T. WEEKS, spent the week-end with relatives at: holdings nnd bunk accounts. HKWARI: : (I/o'/ i HI-; DOGS. --- ,
to
: White Springs. nl'lorry report her on the I LI.IR/ :NEW; ;
Clerk.rDRK \ -- ----- Mck list this N Oi'lS.Millt'i' ) :: .
... - -- !Mr. tlnd11's.; Roy Roberts/ of (\Im) I'IWIm.' : C\IJI.rmrr.l.: ; Rabies: is becoming prevalent and week. '
>\ S HILL! NOT Rl'N Starke attended the convention here it i t will not bo amiss if our city authorit.c.'S Mr. W ;AL IIal""l'lhUH/ recently purchased April, '!t.-. .N. II. Stokes madua 1,

FOR RIMLCCTIOX TillS TIME: Sunday.Mr. A number of citi/.ens have asked mi i plnco restrictions on the liberties II new grafonoln.Mr I business t tiip to Luku Butler Satur

\\ti : and :Mrs.! Hubert flennett of if I intended to be, n candidate for rcnleition of the dogs thut roam the streets and Mrs. C. II. Newsom and day.

''Mr R .1 Amlifvv.who, has been u Johnstown spent the wcrk-end with I U.4 Commissioner from the "i'! Slnrki'. A case of rabies recently home children/ of made<< a pleasant call at (he AIiS':< Virgic'i Thomai visited I.or. sis

probe d'' I ih 01..1. of Stnrko '" county com- the former's I'U rents, Mr. unciIrs.; J. am \cloptd in Jacksonville rind several night of Lake Dutler,
ssionc' "i t tin past;: term, has doLed F. Ucnnctt. this curd to advise nil concerned that I (uses came to light In Tampa" Tuesday returning Sunday morning, / l la.st: week.

imfre I li \. .ill I I not be a candidate Our community was deeply saddened I will not h,' a candidate for re-elec n t fur a woman had been bitten by a Quite a crowd gathered at t thechunli Harry Similar, of Providence, passed .

"ofere .i. i ml -ei stated to friendd In11 Mi'iidiy! on hearing of the deathof tion. In making this announcement I m mud dog. I the Sunday night I I to practice t for through here Saturday onroute to

$In \I :. \It.. Andrews hade L Mrs. Arthur Kuteh, of Hampton. wish to thank the citizens of the district ]Dr. Stringer, h'nlthfi/ ,'" ,, of Tarnh h Hccoiid, Sunday in April. Kvcry-.f" t ::1111'1I i KiWi. -.
body ',
doOm
..1efrof t. ''llt| painstaking mem- ;\11':;. Futih vvas fOl'lnOJl'lyIi": Lulu very kindly for having reposed t pa in "ciimmeiiting! on the ontbrealLlii.rr Mr C. I I .' III e rctiucolcd[ to announce that

n 1 '.mil I'ec-la) a good deal Alderman: eldest daughter of :\.1 r. a nil,) their confidence in mo for two terms.In said : the :Al.' Anilreu and family spent the Woodmen Circle will give a plu ,

5ir1uti u I' i" I i'iirovemcnt| In the Mm. G. W. Alderman' of thisEverybody {place. the performance of my duties I "At this time of the year everybody .\1m.. C.day II. "pleasantly lit the home of I I supper on the night of April !Htlh. ,
New
Untyhi II "i'') L ii! Ins taken place in, near and for miles have tried to net for the !best interests -hnulI.I.<, warned l to take more than om HI".tny.M's. ", I Iw""k I The proieeds. will go to the orphan

Ung n In talking with a around Lake Butler, hear in mind that of" the county and I hope that my cMilmnry I i care to keep their i dogs mux.- K;. K.: ,Baxter rs spending this; i t fund, Everybody; cordially inviled( to

fesl'lItH'' ," i Telegraph, Mon on Friday, April Wth! between the Ht'ivice.s have been nt least fairly *nti del, at all limes, and it is absolutely ut the home of her grand-daugh: / : altend.Alfred.
t ter, )\fl'''. C. IL Ni'WMom. /
y aid t h ,t he-" hoped the citi- hours of 3:30: nail 4 o'clock they will i ifactory." criminal, if one fails to do so when Misses Jones of White Springs,

ot1 ot the ' 'imty would think well be met with a real treat. Uncle Sam's Very respectfully t the logs l arc at large. Cecil Unborn, Luclle/ llarrell spent" the week-end with Air. and Mrs.
It"eastm'h, J. I.. UN'DERIHLL.T'ARD and Mr. Wilt II' hunch! attended: t the, T. II. Waters.
I i : \ 't(4 for county com- exhibition train will stop here ut hours "Hut if an animal I is suspected. it
entertainment
ffntssione! "n :'1t' several, districts: to stated so thnt the town folks and -.--- should' not be killed. For" it may be at Santa Fe Friday Mr. anti Mrs. H. C. Peoples and
:) OP THANKS.We evening. All
tlMJ enll 'runt 'only good nnd capable farmer will be able to see the wonderful t that the smyptcmii have not divelopecto Mr. report u nice tin)('. family spent the lust week-end with

jtaifen shall ,L. elf l : led.! Mr. Andrews sights on the train. Among wish to thank friends, of Hamp : a stage that ad in its diagnosis, while ,o f Miss Alaliry Cvn Edwards Hnrrell/ WUH the guest. relatives at Waterouk and Thcressu. J

Jkiinted out that HIP county i III now in other things there will be relics of the ton, Lake Butler, Graham und elsewhere if the clog i.i penned up, the devt'lopI I noon. Sunday afterRev. Tho infant child of !Mr. William I

'KCOfd finan'iul! ,condition and that we battlefields in France dilferr-nt kinds for their merit is sure to end in the animal's [Dukes Jr., is seriously ill. '

']140, pot want it plunged back into debt : of vvcnpons. used!, parts o!' airplane; willingly rendered kindly and the assistance so death within ten days. Medical authorities Mr.! and Mm. frewJukeH/ and, hismother Algnr Thomas made u business trip

:lby'ireckless; m" inuipublo" men on the .submarines etc. The boll weevil will I shown us during the many sad hours courtesies t place' the time nt from five i lIuiTell'n spent the day at Mr. Wuile to Worthington Springs one day last

fcoard" of ,'ommiioner., ;! .'. In view of let the farmer boy olf long enough on of bereavement in our homes. to eight days. If a person is bitten and Sunday. week.

. thecjhcavbound l-\ pcn-o' that the war is that day, to see the sights. Don't forget The sympathy of our friends and t he dog. Pen the animal I suspected, in Miss.Miss Cecil Ollr-n Lynn was the guest of I Mrs. T. f.. Chuncey, of near Lako

rethinks II! .1111-< on the? people! he the oint,.. their beautiful /floral) offering is ascertained, it is necessary to subject Remember Unborn, Sunday. :Butler, visited her sister, 1Irs.' V. S.

u i '- .1 t t.-ne. for' the greatest :Mr. A. S. Fenglo Is now in the Farmers than appreciated the /patient to I'nstvur treatment when church services every :Lnngford/ :Saturday'' and Sunday.

:ara'to i I.,. .. "i,' I.f'd ""n 'the handling ami flea) leI's Hank taking banking more word. can express. -/ pnrhups' then was: nothing wrong with i4('('fIndIlItIU''IIY: and Sunday. The little child of Mr. and :Mrs.

,C pnblie ,t.' . 'le-tsons under Proto G. \V. Alderman A. .\ Futeh t hI dog Pe nthe animal; suspected in ;Mi.S C. M. Andieu recently rorniv-]l Leon Thomas ins seriously ill.

' *-> aid ;.li. Johnson.Mr. stare, place, and if it has rubies, rd a letter floln her iron, who .stated The younger\ set of this: cornmuni* "

. \TTEXTIOL.IIIES: : ) : or l TIIK ; A. r-;. ;Mixon left lu-t ;Monday G. W. Alderman and Farnly.1/1 sld I .' is sureto occur within ten hat; hi- hall been in this hospital for ,i 1Il/'II'd/ i ut the home of :Mr. und *,'1 1I. .

RIO! CROSS.JGtThe somp time-, but is recovering fust und 1/J/I. S. Miller .
. for Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Mixon will friend here who ays. on last Saturday uf i
"" >H.'no...".,..... "r...,.. .n..loll..n.. .'.. "-.". .R. H"" ,", .>.VILli.h" ...."__. I .'I-.,- were glad to see --- --.----- ..-. vrti,,'ts fii mon hi!! out florilln. noon.. -- t.. .,. .-.n...I....".. -nn.. L..u." L'T.... _LOKI_,<_ .UU...,.. .

R(M(! C' ,M--( he.nl<|uurters are moth u-rMr, a. II. F. :McDonald who Death of ;\lrK. Anderson RLOl'L'NT:( ; TO fl.IJAN: : I.OTS1' .. ( W. ,F. Walters, of Gainesvilletopped ; / juitp a crowd way: 'trcrsenttuflcIru.

open, ever .ut'! t i'/r.: >mi. from two until has I b, 'n quite sick. :'>11'. :\Iixon is :Mrs. :Mary Ann Anderson, wife of ('IWo'IItIITEU'L( : : : : over night at the home c lit Air. 1 iiorted I n jolly t i unit.
five except < ,in .-. tlJ'duy, nnd hospital. : C'. AI. Andr"ii while enroute to Brooker. .1. F. Williams
quite, a skilled workman in the plumbing Mr. T. V. Anderson, died last Satui- made a business trip
armentt. .11. I'emif' made for the l>u.-mes-, >. day night at Raiford. She All persons owning lots at Crosby I to Sturke Thursday.
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use of our -ioldii-rs" at homo and in Mrs. L. .\. Duncan and little daughter year of age. Mrs. Anderson was i cemetery are requested to clean same Mr. 1 R.: D. Taylor was the guest of Marion'ut'rH made a business. trip
France. After this, gigantic battle was a between now and the 20th of :Miss Alaud Shaw Sunday afternoon. to Luke Butler
Carolyn left last Sunday for :Meridian native of Georgia hut has lived in day Tuesday evening.
these garment;. will be greatly! needed Miss., to visit her daughter, Florida for the last :M She 'April as the Local Chapter of Unit- Mr T. B. Kdwurds; anti family \'I're Quito, a number of young people of
for both our men and our Allies therefore years. put )Daughters, of the visitors to Lake Butler Saturday. this
:>Marguerite: who is attending the was a faithful member of the :Metho- Confederuiy will conynuruty attended the party at
the Red Cross needs to be ear- University at that place. dixt church. She has been a 1 invbhd\ decorate the soldiers' graves on that :Mists Eva Edwards and Mrs. lieu- Air. and ;Airs. O. A. Thomas' of Midway

:neatly; at work. Let every patriotic Mr. L. A. Duncan made a business for quite a while. day. Plcaxe do not put the leaves and Inh llarrell made a business! trip to Saturday night.

woman come and help in this great trip to Jacksonville last Monday.Mrs. The funeral services wert' conducted i trnsh in the streets, but carry il out Brooker Monday. Dr. Seebcr King, of Lake Butler,

work. Arrange to spend at least one L. E. Parrish and baby or by Rev. S. I. Hendrix nnd the'I I sid,! the cemetery. - made u professional visit here Tues

afternoon each week at the Red Cross Tyler are the guests of Mr. and :Mrs. laid to rest in Conner cemetery.She odywai :MRS. 1.. A. DAVIS, CHANGE I I'I'D: E;. day.

headquarters. :Mrs. A. M. Darby, II. J. Stewart. :Mrs. Parrish is the 1 leaves to mourn her loss MRS. A. V. LONG ;Mrs. John demons, of near Lake

chairman: of the :Military Relief Committee twin sister of Mrs. Stewart and three daulI'hter11": GV., onefon :MRS. J. M. ALVARKX, Starke citizens ran their time piecesup Butler visited at the home of ;Mr. anti

will gladly, assign you work Little Miss Elizabeth Fcldinir, cf! Anderson of Jaif.rdIrs.; : :Mary Ros. Cemetery Committee U. D. C one hour on Sunday and adopted Mrs. William Dukes Tuesday.

land give you instructions. Remember Tyler, is" 'siting' her cousins Miajes ier. Mrs. Lizzie Addison, of Raiford J K.: WuinriVhtTihiff the change in time very generully./ The Mr. and, :Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of near

Wat these brave soldieri. are fighting Ida and Irene Stewart.Mr :; and :Mn. Lorena Kcntz, of Columbia; <., clerk in the school (churches banks and mercantile 1 Providence, visited at the homo o;

{:or you, your children ami your home*. ,\. Whittakir, I'alat'ta's p. p- c ounty. 4itLd States Land Ofllce at Gaine; stablishments are conforming to thenew W. 1>. Dukirf, Jr., Sunday .
Mile.
t ave from the was the gur-t W'ne.day' of his time and l everything "is running :Mn'rht'ttILI( of Lake
i you tragic fate of War baker. was in town thi,< week 'on \\'r i-xtcntl Knight But-
B deep' for the .
sympathy /thui
i men and children in France. business. :Mr Whittaker hajmany bereaved, ones S'nl'k': ili ,. L':: J Wainright. IIf along smoothly ii1if, nothing of the I let. attended the, Ea.stcr egg hunt here

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;!' '", pages of Amtiican history I finds the The Held for hi- pile- for
"J 'I' r. soldiers of the United .States hastening Without turning white New Ideas

; to take their place in the /toneof Around the gill.s

: (: the War 1 the Herveit! : lighting. There have Then the army's right
[ Summary : been! American' tioop-j involved in the Where he should have been the

struggle in I'icardy since the morning Long, long ago April Sewing

-- -- of Mann Jii: but (.en. !'('('shinl( now is And when! war's over

ttiday Int lat uciountK. Violent assaults were leading more than 100,000 of his men, And Willie or Johnnie

North of thu Soirime the British delivered! upon the Fienih line-, which but just how many is aa yet not known Or even Joe

front hall not only been itiffly maintained developed into powerful rexibtunce to a point assigned, to them by Gen. Goes marching home

but has been advanced in dif and and were further strengthened Foch, the leader of the allied forces He'll be a he-man Sport Costumes Up-to-Date

ferent places Today's statement from by the arrival of reserves. The ini in France.It For his experience
the London war ollicc emphasises:. the tial force of the enemy drive forced is not probable that the German And mama's apron strings ', ,

gut-cess of the British in foiling the the Fernch buck short distances: nt general staff will be content with the Which are mighty fine and belts! are also of this chcterial. \ ,
Herman effort to cmbarass the allied! and near the point of the salient. On I situation as it stands today. Many All right, all right New York, April 3.-I wonder if ]. Could anything be n,,,, .
defense by establishing u movable line the remainder of the front the situation believe that there is in preparation Will be right lonesome the girls and women nil over the country pie or more attractive ?
in the Arras region! through u great is virtually unchanged as far us I another giant blow' against Holy. Of- are doing at this very time the
assault. The Germun reavrves, thrown official reports reveal. liciul reports from Rome say that nut! mama will have things we nre doing here in New York! About Fads and Fancio
has been considerable activity What the never had before We have haunted remnant sales und
In uftcr penetration of thtuutpokt Many American transport sectionsare I there
lines were crumpled up in the battle bringing up supplies to the French:I un the Asiago plateau und along the A man in the house picked up short lengths of silk and They are doing interesting ,t'' ,

zone by the devastating lire! of FieM.Marshal engaged in the battles around Morc- I'invo river, und that in Albania, on If that's the way cotton materials, and now we lire having with ribbon this season. I -.O\\ ..

laift's 1 artillery ami machine uil and Las lgny- the eastern shore of the Adriatic, the She raised her* boy.* sewing bees, good old-fashioned smart little dress in a sm.iu

guns and thrown buck with great 1'aris was again bombarded from 1 Austrians have been repulsed after ones where there is n prize offered for shop over on the avenue the ot \,,,i
fosses. u distance! of 77 miles by a Germun I un attack on a position held by the Don't mention it. the best results, and where rivalry is with n wide crush sash, trough-:

General I'ershing has placed the entire cannon this mornin Eight persons 1 Italians. -Exchange.t'MON very keen. It's lot of fun for one can down below the knees, very n. i > "

resources of the! American army were killed including four women, and I British troops in Mesopotamia have:: .MEETING: AT THERE.SSATheressn -- tOverbloune I effect of the old "hobble loa-I f, '
in France! at the disposal flf tho French :t7 wounded, including nine women and I added a new success to their record I you remember what I moan?: <

taff, for use in the world battle now seven children They have progressed to a point mid and cuffs and adorable little \ .
in progress, uecoiding to reports from Monday way between Kagdtid und Aleppo. If April 2.-The union meeting beinff made of wondrous riM ''I> .

Paris. The offer was made to Cicn.Toch From the region of the Somme these British troops can reach Aleppo which was held here the latter part ended, embroidered, striped < i ,
the great military ,htrateglst southward to whore the buttle line and there join forces with Gen Allen- of lust week proved to be a success Narrow baby ribbons with ]1. i .
and chief of the military HtnfT of tho has by's army which hat been fighting its Pinner was served on the grounds make bewitching little tie- 1'<,,1'
furious fighting
in turns eastward w'ny: nOl'thwurd through Palestine, Friday Saturday und Sundll '. There i ii it iI .
war olllce/ who has been placed supreme continued various sectors: but everywhere I and cuffs. Indeed, there >.e"nl'
command of nil the nrmies on on the hns: been held, they would be able to cut oft the whole were people present from all parts of no end to the uses of ribbon. ,

the western front. and even pushed enemy buck at some points. Arabian peninsula from the Turks the county, and we had plenty of everything tire dresses nre made of it, \\pih.

The gignntiu struggle' over the Nowhere has he been able, although and be in a po-itlon to meet any Turkish to eat. After dinner Sunday er material combined, of coui-i"
ground between the Scurpo! and OiKC attacks from the troops of the sultan the ladies' baskets were well filled
of '
ho continued to throw great masf.es course, they are making toaiiti .
rivers has entered into a now phase, which .are at present operating in with eatables which were left over.
denvenr out of ribbon
men into the fray to gum ground, except nnd l :dl i,
fU-pulHc-d in thir) efforts to breakthrough an infinitc'tminl tract from the the southern littoral of the Hlack Sea. Everyone seemed to enjoy the occasion of caps and parasols. One d'm'll

in the center, t the- Gorman Fn-nch north of M'uruil. llntish and The White Star liner Celtic has been, very much.Mr. tie sun.sliudo I saw the other da-\ .
have turned their attention to the struck by n torpedo while on her way Lonnie Ilightovver was one of "
J-rr-neh maihme gunand rflcmen, usin would not keep the sun of?, wai i '
wings i't the cnlirnt of the allied lines from Europe to America. It is not the seven men who were placed in the
holes chiffon with
again tore great urcd tiny rUffle ofly
days past :;
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had Americans ranks of Uncle Sam's Frida '. He
but heavy lU'hting continued ulong the ranks of the field of gray as believed that fche many army )
in
most of the r>0-iniln: lino. Along thi So on board.Kussiu. has many friends here who wish him r'_
endeavored to on. great
pl'l''l1
they
mirth Hank which hns I ln-on ext"'lIled.Ii have been the losses in front of the and Roumania have negotiated n successful trip and a safe return

hlly nrross the. Scurpe., I'ii-ld Miirfchul I lintish north of the .Somme that Sunday a treaty of peace' by which Rou- home
Ifaig, although giving some saw them unwilling ugain to take! mania will evacuate uny occupied territory Dr. and Mrs. B. T. Fortner, of :Melrose -
ground, has n-ptilm-d attack after lit. i' the of buttle. Along the of Bessarabia and also ttrategic passed through our burg Thurs
tack has held! of his up gage the mouth of the I Starke.
and most positions Scarpe the Uritish themselves went on territory near Dan day en route to
intuit, especially between loislt the offensive und to the east of Arras ube. Germany has sent n protest to Mr. Wilmot Brown was a visitor to i

flank the (iermun gains around Montilidicr the southern\ end of the line, where troops! into Finland. Miss Ruby Bennett visited relatives \

have teen offset by u French von Ifindenburg is endeavoring to Wednesday ut Raiford a few days of lust week. .
offensive movement south of N'oyon Mr. :JIcEvven, of I.akesil.ll''as attending \
|)iercu through to the old German pohitions With the passing of the thirteenth '
and the repulse of heavy enemy attacks to business in Hampton Sat
ns they stood before his retreat day of the new buttle of the Somme I
the Oite.
along in "J1U, the Hritish and French there came increasing evidence that I urday.
Attention I id divided between the I Messrs. Harry and Brince Tillis, of
t iroops" fighting together, have met the the treat German machine with which
German attack ulong the SCIII'/II'| between "nemy in furiou combats, but everywhere it was intended to crush the allied near Starke were visitors here Saturday ""

the Arras and the probability, defeated him with sanguinary line has almost utterly spent itself. nnd Sunday,
of tho French nttnck being the beginning losses. Where previously the Germans had Mr. J. Shaw und :Mrs. Smith, of Dress of Plain and

of an offensive on u large scale. The town of Moreuil changed hands thrown men into the fray, not count Lakeside, were shopping in Stnrke Checked Pongee

Tho line along the Scnrpe was the Tour times, but finally rested in the ing the prodigous wastage in killed Tuesday. never tell until one tries, these days,
WenJ.t'btJoint in the line and the ability We are glad to report Mrs. D. W.
lands of the Ilntish and French, while or wounded Tuesday! saw them decline what bo clone with a short piece
of the I'ritish to hold off the Germans the woods to the north of the village! anywhere to give buttle. On the contrury Moore convalescing from n case of of poods.cnn The ovcrblouse, long nndfchort
has resulted. in great losses to the French. in what little lighting occurred measles
were captured by is great boon for the
them and forced them to change their Jilt h,' bend of the line between! Moeuil the British and! French troops took the Mr., II. S. Roebuck was a visitor to combining, proving of two a material, nnd the I

tactics. and Lassigny the Germans made initiative. Hampton Thursday.We Eton jacket effect with its straight
Satirrd.iy.' f'antic efforts to break through, but Thus it seems apparent, with the reserve regret very much to report that lower combined with nn attractive I
idtte.
OlTicial communications have reached he French held thorn in their trucks forces of the entente virtually Grandma: Cobb has been quite ill for :tunic is making bordered material
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Washington stating that Gen. Foch mil<1 in addition recaptured sc'cl'lIl'iI- intact and ivvth the added! weight the past few days. At this writing more popular than ever.. > J jlJC

JIBS been appointed to supreme command ages.Not.. Gen. 1'ershing's troops will give thl'l11. she is improving.Mr. I
of all the allied and American J. 1'. King was n visitor to Palatka %I I Alt YV
alone has Von Hindenburg lost the turn in the tide of the battle is at :Sports nnd Sports CostumesOur
forces in France.This :ugu! numbers of men killed or wound- hand. the first of the week.Mr. .
unification of nil the J. S. Grincr, of Brooklyn, was grandmothers probably would '"
means "Mi, hut, both the British and I French While admittedly both the French \
armies opposing the Germans; u .step irnue.s have taken a considerable nnd British armies have suffered rather visitor here Monday.Mrs. not have known the meaning of this .
which the American and French military / 1 P. Smith and dauA'hter11'1- new costume that has crept into our
number of new prisoners and also cnnured severe casualties their reserves Simple Frock, With a Touch of
men long hnurgl.d and which machine guns. At last accounts have been conserved with the utmost vi nil, of Lakeside, were in our burg wardrobe, until it is a well-recognized, i Embroidery

apparently has been brought about by he Germans hud launched a fresh nt- care behind' the lines und! all along the Monday afternoon.Mrs. part of that institution. They had i
recognition of the imperuti\c demand tilde in the region between the rivers British and French commanders have :31. L. Tanner is now boarding their manners and customs, nnd costumes I I row ribbon every so often. Son..

for concentrated effort to hurl l ak ..uco and Avre and fierce fighting was not left outside their calculations that with Mr, and Mrs. II. S. Roebuck.We for them, too, that were doubtless I I the newest effects nre obtained \1\, .
the gigantic thrust of thf enemy in in progress. a staunch bund of Americans exceeding are sorry to report that Miw every bit as fascinating. Xovv, "tied and dyed" process ma1:i

France. The repoits from both the British 100,000 men arc anxious> to lend Mattie Youngblood is quite ill. We whether we intend to walk, golf or These are beautiful and 1 have

The official report tonight showed ind French war offices seemingly inlicute aid in the task of defc-ntinpr the Germans. hope for her a speedy recovery. play! tennis, or simply look on, we" told l the process is nn easy and .JT '
the Germans to be pounding hard at I that the allied troops have .. :.Mrs. I.ydin Hull visited her daughter must have un uppropriate "get-up. esting one, even for nn nmateui

the .1 mcture of the French and I'.iiiis cached the limits of their retrograde !Unity the German' losses in men Mrs. P.'I.. Ceiger, of Waldo, a Rajah: shantung und pougecs are the ,I,I I The
)> lines south of the Somme:! and also I movement. In any event, they have Lilted or wounded continue to augment few days last week. favorites for these simple frocks. The Simplicity That is Smart

further south lit the French sector ,'ancelled the engagement' Field Marshal as details are obtained from the Germans 3Ir. nnd Mrs. Richard Clark, of Now colorings arc, as n rule, interesting in I I'I It is in very poor taste, 1ml. I'' I

beyond.On Von Hindenburg made with himclt made prisoner Some divisions River, were visitors here the last of the extreme. Vivid violets and ornnges !. be overdressed this year. In -.on,.,
the French front the line holding the week. peacock blues and lemon 'cl-! I I stances thu .
,
is .<" to take dinner in 1'aris on All lost us high us 70 per' cent of their ) pendulum has swung
unshaken its threatening! outlook -'ools' da)'. Instead' of the truffles effectives us they charged in mass for A little daughter was: born a few lows. The earth will, indeed be n pay '' other way, and one sees instan.. ,
on the German flunk. The dnsh of the I und other viands with which the German mation against the British and French days ago to 3Ir. and Mrs. C. Adams, place this spring and summer if the t bad taste in simplicity itself. -, i
French troops in their brilliant counterattack I commander in chief had preditt- machine gunners and riflemen Com of Macon, Ga. 3Irs. Adams will be present indications tell a true story. !, well to be on the safe side, und

near Montdidier won enthusiastic i'd he would regale himself in the panies withdrew from the fighting remembered here us Miss Adclie Hagan. AnJ why not? As one of the newspapers bine your economy, simplui' :.
approval from Gen. March. French capital on April 1, his fare with their combative strength reduced said! in u very good editorial the conservation of material with '
It is from this lino that oflicers here will be that of the German army.On to forty men. S. \Voodiml was a visitor to the other day, "We work for L'ncliwe thought, so the final result in i

believe the counter drive which certainly the other battle fronts the I lighting The latest accounts of the fighting county scat\ ( Monday.Mr. save for Uncle Sam. Let us play for charming. Take, for example, tl .
is impending will be launched i continues' of a minor character, fl'ollthe\ various war chancellories J. J. Collins and daughter, of Uncle !Sam.:: That, too, is n part of tie! dress illustrated here. It i* .

The Germans are pushing on doggi-nly I although the maneuvers in the Italian show no new important change in Lakeside, were in our burg last Thurs our "bit," a joyous part it should lie, those semi-fitted nffairs, so t." .
but they are being chicked all along I theatre day. too Tho smart little dress illustrated make nnd
still see-in to indicate the near the battle front. Only minor operations requiring very little I r), "
the" front. Unless they dtspli.y rt-.v approach of hostilities of n major took place on that portion of the ...- -- ._-"- here is: made. of two materials. The ml. There is a touch of cmbini.on .

force soon and compel additional retirements I character. front south of Arras held by the British Playing Him. long overblouse, is tit creamy-yellow the collar, cuffs nnd pocket-.

even the German omYial Tuesday und little aside from iirtillury June "I will! let you knowmy nnswer pongee.; The back of the waist is extended this may be done in spare tinn'. \\ "'
statements will be unable to conceal While the advance of the German ,Iud occurred between the French tomorrow night/; Freddie. If I onto the front at the <..houldor very little ndded expense, und! '
the fact that they have failed) to rupture I armies in 1'icurdy has come almost toIL ami the Germans on the lower end of i$i wl'urlng'Inh.ts It will mean. 4Tes,' where it holds the box-pleated front feelwell, repaid when it is fini-1, '

the allied bnttlefront, deeply ns I halt, there has been severe fighting: the line. The lighting between the big! and don't order over a dollar's worth The lower ection, or narrow underskirt And, of course, she has her ktnt -
they may have dented l it. That may .on the extreme edge/ of the battle zone guns was particularly! heavy between sent to me tomorrow afternoon. It is of iheckerbonrd design, blue bag., she probably would net -.. .
be the moment for the French to begin Encounters in which large forces have Montdidier und Noyon, where the but Is time that you were beginning to ami grei-n blocks. The collar, cuffs dressed without it!
their otfensiv-e, nnd officers think I born engaged have: occurred north ofMoreuil tIe line bends eastward and which is economize"

a substantial American force, possilly \ but, there seems to be no decided a spot of great importance to the Germans ,
a full army corps, will chare honors I advantage gained by the Teutonic ns the breaking through by the EVER SALIVATED BY
with the French in the movement. The I invaders. Some Things to Be Shunned.It .
They claim to have taken French would necessitate a rapid withdrawal
American divisions, it is believed! are I heights and to have carried a of the Germans eastward from Is tetter' to be cold than dead.Never r iiijl CALOMEL? HORRIBLE.

in physically better shape than those wood in advance of their line near Moreuil the Amiens sector. run an automobile engine long -

of any other aimy. They have not ( but the Hritish say they have Although the Germans have Veen' behind clusml tlnnr\ Never ust. a gas It Helps Acts Like
been depleted by casualties. heater fitted with adequate Dynamite on a Slug
They will driven back the enemy from positions bombarding liritish positions in Belgium that (l.s not un I
bring to the front sill\ the dat-h of new they have occupied elsewhere in this particularly at Ypres, there is vent Into un open Hue. Never gish Liver and You Lose
trol>I"B. For offon-ive operations they sector.The. no indication that go; to sleep In a room leaving a pus There can be no doubt
t arc in splendid s-hnpo. Their lack of French lines farther south have iittnck is contemplated.as yet an In infantry addition lientt-r burning.; Always leave n window as to the picnt of Cardui, I a Day's Work.There's .
( the woman's tonic in
tompletc training! now would l.o felt stood la room ucvupled by ,
\ I firm against assaults open every
.: savage especially to n continuation of their bombardment the treatment of many -
in the ,
more stern liu.-mi1. of
defense I in the region of Montdidier IIle"Iln l'"rooUs.:
of Paris with
a long rnnga troubles _peculiar to '
gun
no reason r-
than in the dnsh and rxcitemvnt, of why a ]fI'
a and eastward of that place along apart the Germans again have endeavored women. The thousands should take sickening sulivntii, .
:forward rush. l g >
While of the line which was subjected to drop bombs on the French capital LEMON JUICE IS ol women who have been omel when 50 cents I ,
t it has been buys a large
officially reported !to terrific strain for two days late from helped by Cardui in the
airplanes. '
of '
from Home: that Austrian divisions 'l.i-t week. In n number of sectors the FRECKLE REMOVER past 40 years, is conclusive Godson's Liver Tone-a p<- : -
from RU.SMII anti {GiihcM numbering French have surged, forward und taken do 3uM.! >pm!<| st uittfn ..iitir.Mpn| ; I proof that it is a substitute for calomel.It .
approximately! -Js-O.OliO men. have arrived hard| erations in the Italian theatre, but good medicine for women I is a pleasant, vegetable ::
earned from
on the Italian front, then- haL'I' and, have ground established their the Germans there has been considerable patrol activity Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty : who suffer. It should which will start your liver just as "

been no developments! there indicating Mdnlly ulong the Oise : river. line in the mountain region nnd artillery I Lotion to Clear and help you, too. ly as calomel, but it doesn't make > "-
where the expected How from the The duels of some violence! over the sick and can not salivate.
elements
Teutons will fall. d< laying the German have been advance.at work Rains in :, whole front from Lake Garda to the Whiten Your Skin. TakeGARDUI Children and grown up folks far
A nw advance by the Germans in'Kustiii Adriatic. take Dodson's I
are reported! along the French anti Liver Tone, Decau.ci'
id noted in London dispatches. In Palestine! the British forces is perfectly harmless.
British fronts. Wet weather! if the of lemons .
continued which Squeeze juice two Into
This movement is penetrated Turkish
in he neighborhood territorynortheaft Calomel is drug. It |S
would! further a dangerous
handicap
of Kursk: 300 miles ctth: of Moscow. advance l. of Jericho have successfully a bottle containing three ounces! mercury and Take
of banes.
the Germans and be of infinite of orchard white, shake well, and vou attacks your
An official carried
Austrian out their in
:--m-menl Denies objective cutting
dose
a
of
value to the allies nasty calomel today and YOII
that the who are moving the have a quarter pint of the best freckle
Bol.-heviki 'one Hedjaz and have begun
railway
have now
recaptured will feel to
their forces weak" sick and nauseated
and ,
,
sol
Odessa. supplies over to retire toward EII- alt. nnd tan lotion, and comple'lont.eautifier
id earth instead. of morrow. Don't lose day's work
ground which hail at sroall co t. a
Sunday -- very, very
Fremh troops are now the bctn churned into conditions where ITI 'T. Your grocer has the lemons and any The Woman's Tonic Take a spoonful of Dodson's I.iver
meeting every step us beset, by difficulties. Tone instead and will wake"l"
you
drug store or toilet counter will
shock of the German supply
mile front in what attack develop) "'I a into:25-! The chief German efforts apparent. A lot of folks three ounces of orchard white for Mrs N. E. Varner, of feeling great. No more bilious,,""

thp most important may battle rirct the ly have been in the region of Moreuil Think the army n few cents. Massage this swcrtly Hixson, Tenn., wiites: I constipation, sluggishness, heads h.
offensive started 10 dll :: and Albert. Around the.e places there Is just a breeding ground fragrant lotion into the face, neck, I "1 was passing through I coated tongue or sour stomach. Y ;'

Foiled nt Arras in ys un ago.attempt to has been stern fighting with the Germans Of cuss words nnd crnp games arms and hands each day and set- how the . Aly back and I .druggist Bays if you don't find 0, ri.son' i.

take that place from the Hrti n rnd hurling their fighting men at the And they fear Willie (ecJde* and blemishes disappear nnd sides were terrible, and Liver Tone acts better than h. -

disorganize the northern nrit' n jim I allied\been line in serried rank, whiih have Or Johnnie or Joe how clear soft nnd white the skin becomes ny ble. suffering I can't tell indescriba just how rible calomel your money is wai'iT:

... and !finding thetnselvv* able to ad.! I| < mowed down by artillery mnhme Will become hardened m a little wh de. Ye It is and where I hurt, about for you. (12V
nnd
,
gun rifle fm .
Mince only step by >tcp tov.-arl ATIIer the Tho effort in By contact with men harmle".-Adv. (97) all over I think . I
the (.ern.pns Fndiy ni.:ht turn being' Moreuil region is considered aaI Long steeped in ..in.Wl I I began Cardui.. and my Ths QuInine That Does NOT' Affect the lieedJI""Ou.@of
cj southward and hurlrd heavy masses !I an attempt to reach the Parisi- say I, if Willis For Indigestion, Constipation orDillousne pains crew less and 1 loss, In Ionic o..d Uutlv* e""" t. IAX*
I Amiens! railroad, which is four or five When he heard ItO until f was cured. I am TIVH BHOMOyi.lNl: : KIs better lh o O.'D't'
upon the French in the !Montdidierpnlient. Quinine ind doti
miles distant.. The j not cauo. Der.ou.ae. !
railroad which was !' Johnnie Joe remarkably strong for a I r'"lIlnllia' hel. lull nun" 'lid
It was here from Morouil or Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS Kemrmbrr the
10 cut nt Montdidier. ... a" a' branch of U n I m Woman (04 years of age. I look lor th. igtutur ot K. W. GROVE.fc
milts northwest of Montdidier grown man WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
on n this raris-.'mil'ns road 1 do all my liousework."
curving line around the latter place session but its pos An >
end eastward to beyond) La.slltn15/ The means littlo to the Germans. Or.t'n recognize swearing recommended to the public by Paris Medicine I lLTry II4 Dilly Thought. .
miles away, that the battle was raging whose beginning of April, a month And cnn't call Big Dick Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo A single grateful thought tnrne*
dates are written Urge on the From Boston or fade Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic. 1 :+ lieavenw-ard 1 Is the most perfect prayerLeasing.

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TRIDVY, APRIL d, 1918. T.\m\F.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH FLORID PACE TFIRE
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. LATE.MAX RECEIVES S3 US liuiies were seen to enter the home ofMis. willing ut the Lawtey parsonage next !' The Caster exercises by tho chile \
I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. IOU SO U'AUTS or BERRIES ; Will Edwards\ Thursday of last': :Monday at 7.:;!0 p. m. !everybody well dren of Grace M. n. church were ien

I I .*iun..iiiiin airjM,...,fja..cm..,,. ',...s,...uutm,.,.....",....,,,H..,.kl,,irvgntnnmnj Shipment of Berries Continue, One that week,it and vva upon the occasion mutiny] of we the!learned semimonthly i.1 como.:Mr. F A. Fisher spent Sunday in dered before on Easter nn apprcoiativo Sunday' mot corirreViition 'rung.' -

: Car Leming 1Ililr I 1I1l''tinj"f the Ladies Aid of Jacksoiiv'illo, returning; to l.uvvtoy The whole program as rend"re'II : Live State News Gl'ace1.; E. church After making a'i Monda.v. said to be n credit to tho .'hildn.1! :
j' :' Law ley, April 3,-;Mr, Enoch Griffls I tour of inspection through the newly Joe Rnuloison of Georgia, was a well to :Miss Florrie Terry\' and, \lyd.I .
Vimiuynwdwiiiui'ronmnirwwM'.ranuii'TOi ., mJ I l'ec'ed a check :Monday for iM-l.liii renovated Edwards home settled I I visitor .
n .iiiKi u .1.iunM MmM. ., :1'1 they to Lnwtoy Sunday Alfred Evendon: who trail, the \\'I'k i of
r i Told by Our Exchanges. from the F. C. Spndaro commission down to work and the transaction of 1 1 I Private W. G. Smith, of Camp Jolm- | training: them. Rev Alfred Eu'mien
__ I house in Philade'.pTila For 'CO quarts business then' usual business lik.< i
in son, was visiting" / friends! in Lawtey prenclied his Easter sermon to a J good
'! fj *" ****< P-I ' ( two and one-half crates ) of strawberries ,
1 wily They tnlkod and talked\ until I 1 I last Friday, sized! congregation in the evening.PLENTY .
'-" They sold in that market for their tongues hung out and the hostess Mr.
I Due | L. L. Snpp! wns transacting bus- \
at 1'ulm
Blower Beach has 700iti
'
<.-> in tomatoes. n.uiilo county Wednesday. (dO; cents per quart. Wit were told that becoming alarmed rushed for help t inoss", in Starke last Friday. /
ono or two other growers hero received -very soon returning with first aid I 01l'IWOF ..
II ;Mr. E. E, Durnoy and mother, Mrs.
A Lure lumber company is being Two Germans at Palm Beach, whoso the same price for the berries to the injuied in the form of dolic-lous I II. R. Snpp" v\'!'ro visitors to Jackson-

,I galiscd m Kissimmoo.V ; !. far forgot themselves", Saturday as they The shipped shipping on of the berries same has date.droppedoff ire i cic.im and cake Th'i"itOl' '1, I vIle( Aloiulny. from Peoples You Know: -From Stark.
tu "start, u 'efl'hrntion in honor of thelioiman : quickly recovered and before teavinuvveu : ;Mr. Mieldloton Rosier was visitor Citiens.The .
considerably' during the pasteek, I able In i.how'or words of gents.
1 l.u
line has been established drive, ( to Lnvvtey Ho
bet are now occupying a Sunday was onrouto
about carload each greatest skeptic can nardly fail
being shipped
t Oilando cell in the 11 tuJo upon their charming hostess forIHIMMK fiom ,
u'nl and / ellwoo county jail. Jacksonville to Ins homo in the
to he evidence like thii.
day. Prices are still very Rood, $((5 xo heroically saved their Iii','.. convinced by
:. mid $i being: paid at the platform.Mr. Rosier 'soUlomcnt a few miles west It is impossible to produce better
I'he
l.pvMiith: I of Grace M.K. .
In eniruo
'of
-I.1'.IK MI was paid for 7,000 head of an automobile accident at Flor- I.tWtcy( ,
.iMle t ur Manatee county last week ida City when the car ran oil the roadbed : J1.; Starling WAX n business ] e'bin'ill Iwl.llI special, luisme-.s: ini'et- I 1\1'.81'\1.: r? Londholt/ A, B. Pro- proof of merit than the testimony of
into the canal OIlman was caught visitor to Jackxomillo Monclny. iner at the 1'1I1"nIlJl" Tuesday of lust: vatt mid Curl( Piovnttere visitors to residents of Staike, people, who can
Flu 1'0.II.th man fro mthe Quincy I beneath' the car. His companion extricated The one-month pay school, which I week. An election was held to tilleoitiun 'i "Jacksonville) Wednosdny.I be soon at any time. Rend (the following -
Tine I ,i.tUe left him before was taught InProf.. L, L. Blackburn, viu'ant olllccs. ;Mr, U.! L. Futon I'UHO of it:
": )" Friday to join the he suffocated. cloned! last Friday. 1\ns unanimously> l e11'h'tll'r.'lIl'nt and I: | Mi., and :MI-H. n. 1). Ua\1llullnl1,1\ !! rhilof llnnsford Austin, farmer Staiko, ,
Quito a large number of the h : i divn, ..rlll'kson'III1',' visitors. nt .
The assistant city clerk of Miami young: Miss H'h"11Vhit'h"I1", firstice says: "I was having trouble from mbuck
"/11. nt'a; catsup-is now being/ made was badly burned !Monday when ho friends! and. a few older ones of MISHJoannettc piesiilent This League i. "reported toI 'tho, homo of Mrs .J. I 1) Randall th'' all the time and Iionn's Kidnev
of
jlii'.l
.1.i .1 IUL'Inew,, : factory recently es- lit a pile of trash in his yard which, Bennett, daughter of Mr. I t. dniM)' good vvoik. They\ hold rogulai -. l purl the week. Pills cured mo. Others of the fllm''
Mis.I .
f. 1)
Randall is
',iI li-hul at 1't. Laudetdale.i unknown to him, hud a small can of and :'Ill's. Henry Bema /gathered nt yiuinir poopli loajruo servie'O ov- / ono of the hove also used! this medicine with
the home of ;Mr. and :Mrs. 10.; K. Uur- latest in Lnwtoy to join in (tho niilomohile -
black )powder among the debris. Cloy Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, towfnrh good results. I nm glad to ender, '
: i <<< 1u 1 1 has begun the building of hey Tuc'-dny evening in honor of her lho public is invileil.Vii line, having' purchased a Si\- it."

h.., I iiuiN in the St Cloud Special What is said to he small pieces of 14th birthday, which was today. The ; \ -. Nancy Supp, of Valdosta, Gu., ton Pnvato Louis Porrnult of Pi ico nil cents at nil dealers. Don .
I I.t: 1 evening was spent in gn 111"S. Punch Is spending an indefinite time at thc tramp ,
i :md Bridge District, glass! ware found by a Jacksonville Ji'hll"IlII.11" simply ask for n kidney reJ11pIYA''flI"an' '
1 visitor
cake u thehaunt.
tend in abUlulllnc1'1'1.1 served,1 Sunday nt
homo ol hoi Mr. C. R. .
"
-- woman loaf of "II. Snpp.j I Pills the thai'
in a blend' purchasedtho of ;Mr 'itvidMr ; Kidney sumo
(,>'ai',-uli-school_ district voted for day lirfoie. The matter is being after. which all returned to their ,i MIw..I. B. )Dye and little J. D. Jr.11' ? and 3lns..1.: C. cured Mr. \ustin. Foster-Milburn: Co.
; , frank ( ; of .flld.il\'
: homes, thanking the hostess for the noon" illo,
-I I1IIII'' '' i mills' for erecting/ another investigated/ by the food admimstia- / (' truest this, wools lit the homo of Piops, liuifalo, N. Y. ((4Il'
.11 ,"I! house by a vote of 4.1: to Id tor. pleasant evening! they had enjojed. I I Mis." liji's" parents, Mr. and MI'''. A, spent Sunil.ij 'and ;Monday in I.llwt.yIII I .. .. .
I thi' homo of Mr. -- -- -- --
:Mrs. Ed 1 l'l"ninions anti children j,i\1.; Hlain iitul Mis. Chin'los .

.1' r inline to nn estimate made by moved to Jacksonville' Monday, where, Mr. Joo Starling and family of PillkillK. r.
.1 i H.,Uul expert Flakier county will the Gov. Calls has i issued orders to stop M I'. Plemmons is "employed. I| Jncksoiivillo, spent front\ Friday to :the. Alfn-d Kvonden dosiios to COFFINSCASKETS
pinducu IMII.OOO, barrels of spuds this the selling of liquors in Ponsacola and Mr. N. T. Peoples ia spending a few Sunday with relatives in and near hunk I the (lathes of th,' com nut toes And a full line ofUndertakers' I
-If-Oll. .. district attorney will assist Attorney clays'! in .facksonxillo; this \\cck. I Liivvtey.MORSIS. who so l kindly; assisted. her in the mnnnjrcmont -

after General this Van traffic C. Svvearmgen with determination in going Mrs Jesse licddish was a visitor to j. t K.; Wi! on m.l' M. f,. of the community Eustor': "leR'I SuppliesAutomobile
A pine white eagle was killed near u Starke Tuesday I Londholtvvnc 'jlll'.actin r ,: business hunt !given last Saturday to the children 1If>llrllt'.
to wipe it out of the historic
Bum-on last week, after it had kill- Savannah) Gn, is appealing! to city.the Another of those already famousKpwoith in Jacksonville last Thur.iliy.Mr. I of Lnwtoy; also those whoso. Always on hand. The best service -

id! and eaten several pig's in the neighborhood governor of that state! to do all in his League social wa> given at I 0. J. Phillips, of Miami, in tho t generously\ donated; tho eggs nnd I iiuiily at the lowest prices. Special
the M.! E.: parsonage Tuesday of noee'ssnry to this dolishlfiil' oce-is-;
power to check the illegal sale of whiskey even- guest his parents at their homo attention to telegraph/ orders.
inn; Then was quite large gathering of ion :111 do/on eggs were, donated amiworo
in that n west Lnwloj for a few day,
fire which originated from a de- city, claiming that quantities and good tints I bullion, by tho ladies in I the wheal)
a
of the stuff is wns enjoyed by :Miss Kva: l BYI..I. of .fllck. onvlll,', Rcgistcrcd-Emb3lmer ,
being Rmuirirlodinto
I
l", tivo. flue at Southport Wednesday all. Refreshments were served mil spent' Sunday in I awte-y at I Ute haute house !grounds. Tho committoos .1,'.
Georgia from wet towns Florida.
d<.-tiovcil< six houses before it could in tho evening closed with appropriate I of (hor parents, M r, ants Jlrs J. C, servo" much prniso' for t Ihoir Inval nssi DeWlfTcTjOIMESStarkc :
bo stopped. devotional services in which all took Byrd.I "lanoo to ;\11'''. 1'n'I1c1'n.'hdl: bolp-, [

pint./ I I I Henry lienrott was tinnmicti>'i ; business 'd In mnko I tins Eastor: ovoiil such ,l Fla.
A monster' hark, weighing: about "If you dance" with that man again lion. A. S, Strickland, of Kingsley 1 in Stai'ko list Saturday.Mrs. ( happy areas _. .,.
;no J pi unds( and over eight feet in I'll kill you. His wife danced, and was transacting business in Lawtey Ct. W. Stokes returned, home
she i* dead., These words wore uttered I I
]length was landed at the Manatee Wednesday .Monday fl'IIIllV '\1l11Uml1.111'1''' site
.Ions. Tuesday. by William Curry' of Sanford, l III', I E. 1., HIKKS wlIlIl'ulll',1 to Georgetown bun. boon( visiting relatives for several I I lsrABlISIU.u: 1H8 (
who also died Saturday night by last week to the bedside of hm weeks Her duiiKhtor-in-lnvv, Mrs.I, I J. R. DAVIS & CO.
1..I.VIIIK the first keel of the ten blooding to death from wounds in his brother, Mr. W, S. HIR/ \'S. On his return Kdwnid; Stokoi.., n"'uIIIIUtllil',1, her home i
'",">ni) ton steel vessels was begun: at throat inflicted I by himself with a ra- tho doctor repotted that the patient and will spend n few lays lice, I INSURANCE / ..

the Oscar !Daniel's Shipbuilding Co.'s zor. Curry, was solecti'd, to fill Semi. was doing nicely.Kev. Willie Peoples, of Jacksonville' I lint Tnniiiilii, ?Vrclihinf., Aiiliiiiiii'iilii.llihilltypiliiiim! /| ) '; Sic.nn U ullllrlIuglny. Bunos ..
"Iant ut Ttimpa Monday. nole county's draft 'quota. Dining aparty R 0. Wright, of Dunnellon I spent, HUI1laut) ; the homo' of his ]1111'-
he gave to colebiato the occasion from I STARKF, FLORIDA ,
spent 1'iid.iy to Monday in LIIW- outs ill Lawlov..
The Hiiro men who bent up the' he became infuriated. with his tey and 'preached in the M.; E:: (church Jack I Ihnkins' mini aver from J.i<,Ksonvillo -
ia II"! and broke Saturday alloi wife because she danced with a man .
i 11 i l' jail on south Sunday both morning, and evening and spent Sunday and Monday ] .

.t, 'i,oon at Knsimmoe were captured dead whom ho had 1 shot told]' before her not he to.died The Rev \\'I'i/ht i / wiih the pastor of I! with lelalivi'S in Lavvtej.Mr. I 'W"vpi'N+t+t.: ; . . . !.t. "t ;,' ;'!' ,,!. .!:---t-t> $>-.
Oi lando man was by
it t ; Sunday. this church during I'.llli.
| l P. B, Browning was tiansnclrK :
SherifF Tillis when' ho attempted! toosiapo w
Mrs. :,1. R. Gill. of Anthony spent \ \ business in :MaxMlIc last Sot ur-
The most violent hailstorm in the After killing his wife ho turned from 1'Viday to :Monday in l.nwtey as I ilny. I : YOUR GREATEST SAVING | 1
of oldest inhabitant the his throcyoarold
the oc- smoking pistol on -
mmfllary the guest of her daughter' ;\11' H. I .
>1. C. I 111'V. S. Moore, of hawthorn, wasa
tuncd in the southern part of Ilcr1HIEN (child but missed his object. ,
Peace Miss\ Ruth her dnught'rho business visitor to Lnwt.yInllday.: 2 YOURSELF o
*
has been spending/ some time with her A Aeries of special Mormons will bo ''i
.. 111K W'.U{ IS GOING; 10 'name or home part of the address. sister, retuineil home with her..Mr. I preached on the first Suadajs of ov- I. *

KM; I 11. Reports! continue to bo received to J. R. Dye, of Jacksonville, was cry month at (irll<.... ;M.1\ chunh, ho. : In the strenuous days! that are before the "Army of the Z -. .....
indicate that packages/ reach United a visitor Saturday and Sunday at the ginning ni\t t Sunday morning ut ton "
Absolute knowledge): I have none, States post others in Europe in such home of Mr. anti 111'1: TJIan- thnty. 'Iho pastor H'v.Jf"l'd" Ev; : Furrows, it is:up toeveryonc to save himself as much

Hut my aunt's Ubhwomun's sister'sson a dilapidated condition that repackinghas I chard.. "I1It'n. unnotincos that his! sublet m'xt : as possible. Man power is in demand the farms. i
frequently to be undertaken before Mrs S. T., Alvarez and children, of Sunday will bo 'Hie r.ot riirist." Thepiiblu -
heard! u policeman on his beat delivery can be effected. Senders h'taike! were visiting' relatives in is invited tad will find n warm i You cnnnot only save man power, but you can multi .

Say to n laborer on the street. should! use heavy weight piper, Liivvtey Sunday I! welcome. ut this church. The sacramentof ply its efficiency by the intelligent use ofUI'IODAll. : ,
That he had a letter just last week, canvas or cloth as wrapping" / for packages Mrs J. R. Touchton and children, of the Lord's supper will 'lie iitlmmistoiod .
Wntton in the finest Greek, and 1 when canvas or cloth i is employed Jacksonville, are spending a few days nt the close of this special ser-. : h: AKM[ : 1 'LEI\1ENTS: : ; i

From a Chinese coolie in Timbuctoo, the address, should, he written in Lawtey lit the home of her |I VII.".
: Who said the niggers in Cuba knew on a shipping tag! with the name and '['nts11'; hail, Mrs..1.' C. Hyrd.Mis vu-I Through/ the thoughtful kindness of : We have them, of

'.' Who hud I it straight from a circus side. for Oaks, where, her husband m employed Ohio, every member\ of Urll"1.! : ., I E.S"n.lnv :. : Save yourself. Multiply and
your power efficiency.Let :
,} down l at '
large
OTTO PRAHOni:. a veneering mill. nhool loioivn] n beautiful
That a man in Klondyke heard the Second '\....'t P. ;M. Jon.; Miss Eunice Dinkmo alto It attending Easter:: card lust Sunday mo'nillle11', ; : our machinery do your work. :
news ----.' school at Tampa, spent from Rninlall is the assistant Hupcrintcn- '
From n hunch of South American WAR FLOUR CAN'T BE SOLD 1'riday[ to :Monday nt the home of her dent of the Sunday shoal und is expected Ii i

Jew, WITHOUT SUBSTITUTES parents j :l, ;Mr. and ;\11'''. Charles Dmkin.s. homo 'beforo vorynlK\ / DEWITT C. JONES
About somebody, in Borneo I H.AI"'d Evi'ndon; was a visitor

\\'ho heard a man who claimed to know l'oon .tlg11N151'ILII'lIt: :; ) l"sl'ES ;Mr, Paul Dinkins, of Jacksonville, to J.u.ksnnvilli* Wednesday, rotuiiimi. .
'. Of a swell society female rake, spent;! Sunday in Lawtey at the home on the afternoon train. i Starke Fla. i
:' Whose mother-in-law will undertake IMI'OKTXM': JII'1.LETI! : of his patents, :Mr. and :Mis. Charles Heavy ruins Monday; evening 'provontoil ,

i ", To prove that her husband's ''sI' :>inhins, the mttairo I'I'IIY"I" m..tllllC.j| .. .
1\\(\ Quito a number of pleasant bnh li'ivviMi' will take Gad; . ... . .. .
1 niece, Under date of March :Uflth( Hon. looking plan, ; .i'.i, f i, :4'S 7:3,-t'y s.I ':!> 1
;; IIn> stated, in a printed piece, Rruxton lit-iuliam: fedora I food administrator -
f'f,' That 'he has n son who has a friend for 1'lornl.i, has issued! the
.;.f Who Knows when the war is going to following bulletin :
f" '". end I Retail: grocers of Florida should understand I
W. Exchange.. that the new war Hour cannot N. T RITCH, Pres Vice-Pres. J. II. BITCH Casihcr

.,, he sold without substitutes:
: rORRiT( : :IIETIIOI.W? !'HEI'\U-I War Hour, as it is termed, is onlv B dforJT'C
;
.1, '" JMM: : MlDRESMNCi: : a higher/ pcu'cntaKo of milled \sln.it Bank

:4 10R SOLDIERS) ,\1I1O \11. I the In other luunhich words. formerly it takes wns in n cxti.ut pint "t' ty

; (o\'. in.- to the ilifllcultios experienced ed 1 from the wheat flour I
': I' i:i li\i I tag mail when carelessly udI In all I.IMM: other clai'ki-r lour v huh ESTABLISHED IBH'I!

... < q./. .I pi masters are requested, to i n known us "War' Flour" must lop ''II"- Bradford Financial
Ph i.. .it'y ,ender., ;; of mail to soldiers ma- ompamed] by substitutes when sale< County's Stronghold
.'
ip a. and s.ulms of the American' Ex. is maile. STAHKIi FLORIDAEXPERIENCE

,;9 in("il.'i'iniu.' j I.'orccs! abroad that care I Ihwd I'an<.ake flours in packages mu.t t l I.., ,
w ))! l In taken to write given names covered )by substitutes' unlo.-.s they cJ

t4} + in full preceding" or following the contain a CO per cent mixture of \\'h"at<
muni of tho addies,' with the .
ih !substitutes. Very few of these pancake
saij' t Itl,' such as private neces'l flours contain this ratio.
Icutonant. i tcThe need for All mixed flours that contain less
fir given name of the addressee is than 50 per cent substitutes must he I
n ent when it i is explained that the WarDepartment I covered by sufficient amount of substitutes When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.You .

has a card-index (file that I to equal| the 50/ per cent proMaton. should use the same care in choosing a depository for your Savings '
,. may he consulted relative to u"lelivern''I .
(> mail for the troops, referenceto I Canned hominy corn flakes, cream The success achieved by this hank is the direct result of its experience: in the banking:

which tile furnishes no informationwhen of wheat and other breakfast foods business.
a letter is addressed "J. 1-. not the substitutes for wheat flour
Smith," for instance and! it cannot be 1 arc and must not bo. considered as su<'h. We')have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important -

., dettimmod! whether it is for James I The substitutes have been enumerated HOW TO SAI EGl ARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.
r Smith, John I'. Smith or Jeremiah
and l there is
time after time no
1\. !'. Smith In addition to the given'' excuse for nny retail dealer .being Your money deposited in this bank not only] works for you day and night, but owingto

name of the, addressee and his title, 'I misinformed our experience, it is SAI E.

$there, should 1 also ho added the full 1 A wheat flour substitute', mrnn n ;
.. Safety deposit boxes for rent for safekeeping your valuable 'p .
the unit lpers
.. name of or organization to substitute thnt ,'all I I.e. IH"'llilonlC wi< h .
, 9. which the addressee is assigned, it lie- wheat flour in making' l'I"'a'l.

h; ', ,j> leg sufficient in the way of further The official list "i wheat. sulisti- Condensed statement of the condition tit close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.ItESOL'RCES .
.";: 'it' ;;. &&addr,\ ,"-s to add the words "American totes is as followHuloy: (flour,
.;Jt'; l" < Expeditionary Forces." buckwheat flour, corn (fluai, 1'0rnml'lIl.oatmeal. ,
I*:: : It is particularly enjoined that letters corn starch, corn jrnts, fotcrita LIABILITIES
: : post curds, and, packages be not ,
1 flours and meal! hominy potato
.misaddressed with lead pencil, and that flour, rice, rice flour rolled! oats, Loans and Discount $ $143,924 Capital Stock paid in $25,000

.1" 'i.f'lle\'ery:'(): piece of mail matter bear the Soya bean flour, sweet potato flour, United Staid! and Municipal Bond, 14,347.00 Surplus fund 10:500.00:

;, rename and address of the sender, so I peanut meal and peanut flour, Claims and Other Resources 16,186.rJ8 Undivided
less
"that in case of non-delivery letters profits, expenses paid 1680.40
': 1' may be promptly returned to the sender CARKLESS.VESS RESULTS J.V Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 19,50000 Deposits 390,841.93

.j"e FAILURE. All other Real Estate owned 7,2 37.61

, The long transit taken by the mail That Is why we say, "Fcecl, B. A. Over-drafts, secured and unsecured i 337,68
I
S. .; before it reaches the delivery points Thomas' Hog Powder according; to di
t). abroad calls for the use of envelopes I rections." DO NOT FEED IT SLOP- Cash on Hand and in Banks 223818.10

" ,\t| that are substantially made, as experience :I'Y, but mix it with round feed and
has shown that well-made enI\ I moisten with just enough water to TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL $428,022.33
{tfolopes retain clear and distinct the 1 1I make a crumbly mass. Then each hog

addresses written thereon, while in the : I gets a beneficial dose. See full directions -
te':!e of envelopes of poor material the on package. Your money back WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE. INVlTE INVESTIGATION.

'writing' becomes indistinct, rendering 11 If you are not satisfied. Sold by J. .. .... ( "
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"j'",. PRIDVY APRIL 3; 1918.
STARKE.: FLORIDA.
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1\1: 1'\TI1ES-SVCCEEDS- -T. n. WOOULWX ;;:\RI K: =NOTTS.Mis COLOUKI) INST1tUC'rlON SELECTMEN I : =" OFF CAMP ,,! lint! nt l Intervening! pefloul l iwai]. The I[ + POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOIl +
'
Bradford Telegraph J I P. M. IOU phenomena, are caused l by illfferenpesla I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
County AS UIMKKEU
i I OLL.INS : ] ic-d Cinnfoid, of Jaik'on- Call and atmospheric or barometric I> Rl;PlinSENTATIVE-GROUP 1.
1 of last Every: Ianntw..rc'd! the ressurl"l raniliilnto for mimlwnih, In lh.
\citil clays 1 am B
: I hc-ic "
:::= yule visited' The necessary conditions "
; Biookpr April I! Our new post Anxious to Go. of KiprvHcntathcu and hereby announCe
!
,. Published Weekly, and (tend ns nee- jnaterlr.: Moignn 1'. ;.M.ithrny, took week, the jllll'I't of her grllndparents11' Seemed n porous .stratum of soil such ns sandstone i I.UI.., . in Croup 1 in tho.. coming primus -
: A. (ircin.Mi. limestone only ', I fiel that I know th needs ot our
Mis. ,
:\ und
fild class matter at the post'Office at :I of thiUiookcr po-Hirtico Monmoining gravel or porous tnto In a way end ha-
.hinge vis- '
April 1st. funecdmg! : '. O. J. Phillips, of :Miami, is The first dttachment of colored men partly saturated with water and l overlaid 1 In e.Uf'and ge.n ., clerk of 1",1.18tl.o 101.. for the .,...

Starke Florida. IllY vote-ran pohtmtiur. itmff his parents :Mind MrsD. L. to In- -1'iit to camp of instruction fromlIradfol'd by some Imp'r\'llu'IsubtIlOl'e! such .ion of 1017. I am fumllmr the proem
)\ /.= := _- :I 'I'mlls} H. Lollins. our week. Starke last Fu- .flitS of said boily. I inliclt the support of alldemocratic
this left the ntmospherlc -
J'hillifis. So long as !
who ic-Mgm-d Sc-plcml.t-r of county us shale or cluy. voter,! anil if el 'cle", r"omlsefnithf"i

C E. S. MATTHEWS. Wilor:: and Owner. | )li-t t .' ;Mr. fiillmB has held this Mi. Riley Kersey was II visitor to day afternoon for Ayer, Mass. The pressure Is high the air Is and efficient .er\ It. A. CKbLN
vdir
J. C. ROBINSON!: AHMM-iatr ditor.: Ilsllf"n for iil.out twenty-lhc years, Huiford lust Sunday. !squad consisted of seventeen men. The CrUcn Into the well, where It collectS -
I, ) ( AIr Bradley Green! and little daugrh- were apprehensive that stratum ltEt'ItESENTATiVE-GItOt'P TWO
which time it has been hn fore- authorities In the upper part of the porous FOI mymlf
I iduimg Jackson- announce a in
I to thoroughly conform to all !c'I' returned to their home in some of the men might not respond to above the water level. When the CIUUP he.hy Two for ru-nomi.atlon fo.canrhlnl. .

1918 A P R.'i:, 19U ; /iiI I Mgulatmnit" st mm and retiuiremrnts! and to ville Sunday, after visiting here several the order und ordered several alternates prpssure drops'' the air flows out withconsitlerable of KeprmtntntKe cuuttty. aubjoct in the to the Legislature action. of frontliraIfrd thoPimocrntio

the patrons of this (,ffIc(' with days. to be on hand to fill "lIcanC es. force and In so doing produces primary election to l>o held {In

:r. &IN ..l..ITwIffi"i: .Jj.. I ...u] m.Vi .i\t'n.. ,.nn'11'ni'y, lie always treated Mr. Clinton Rowe, of Mncclenny:Mrs.is When the roll was called both the regulars .. what Is known us "blowing." I Jun. 1\IS. I reflnvclfully solIcit the support
Mr. und
his parents hand l toa \ nt Biiid 1)umocratlo prtmnry and
on
and m his offlnil visiting and alternates were usually occurs during
iT2J341561 e "VI i, %' made friends. Dave Kowrthis man, anti all were anxious to go. the wind Is In
itha- many storm periods. or when I nm h. with rol.clon.
of >
i.ipiu Hilliurd one
( J. If'12:1311: :Mi,'. < ollins i i. a pioneer citi/.en of Mr. and Mrs. Edward visitors The alternates were greatly disappointed a certain direction or during certain 1.2S.\ S. CREWs
9110 the first the \Vateroah section, were when they were told that they
.7f this town and, in fact, wan periods of the day In some cases I nm n nndnlntc for R.ireuicnistivo in

t ii,, met II building here. His son 'r.lulha here SuncLiy. would have to wait until a later date.A niartih gill or oil or rock gas[ may cause droup; J nnd ,.. fully solicit the HUIMM)
Miss
charge of the post Mr. J. S. Norman and, daughter, large gathering of colored people of thiottrs will purticipnttt, in the Dem
.1 M1516J7T8192P, ')' ?"). h-is been in visitors to Starko I"r a similar blowing effect. noratic printHry to he held June 4th my
were white citizens at I
months andlii.t Gladys, were
several and! .
/nany
f ..Ilief for, the paf-t ambition to 1'IJI.enl our county in UL>
join his father in St day. the station to see the men start on ir In,tin,i* In uratlfUd I tthnll exert my cnyfirm ,
i 212 2-3'' ::26'2.11 ( \ to oon Mr. and :Mis. Gurney Crews of The men composing Ingenuity Misapplied. ""I to HI'.M the bent inttrt'HlM of thi. conn
pAi is cngnge.l / their to camp.
whore the latter journey .
+ .
I I' "isburg, visitors here Sun- Every day or so we see where n boy ty und Rtnti. M J. S.UT.
busi- Lake Butler were
'! the producennd grocery the squad were:
' 28W30 1 In used to get' licked for drawing/ -
i L Urooker wishes them much suez Or'n'i1 on, :Malathi Zimmerman, who : Foil 'r nICTitiCT NO. '.
'is. day.Mr. C.UnlSSJEI
n. Rowe returned In school Is now a fatuous nr-
:Mrs. Edward pictures I ,
and Purvis Jones, Doris Jones, Hayes I h"" nnnoune. Ihll nm a c..IIII"ror
"I"I i-S, nftcr cartoonist. What were )'01whlpPI'l County (oinmiHHioner, for I It'rostilncr
U. I family to to their home Mncclenny, Cooper, Clarence Wilson, Edgar I>avi list or ll.lriet N.
hn and 1'nlotttfnu voting
moved .
-- has nil
-- procincts. trinpirtfiilty
--- - O Lynn here the ? Anti
In school for mostly
Hoveral days Arthur
I' spending James English, solicit the
expect: to IP- Joe I Uol> U, support tu theottm:
whinthey
I, F\'. lIon. Frank Hun; 1'. i ,,' ""lu Y"r, ::Muiinoiiv i guest of their parents. Caraway, George Herbert Scott, are you putting It to any practical purpose I fit th. t..mIOr. primary elictlnn. If "kentI

1. ., I > "la i .ide for a while. Mr. and Mis. Cuddy Crowning were Enoch Anthony now'e got licked once for removing -, uill UBI n'I..t lIons to RUM* the inti'nsu
Ak editor! And <,>" "" i : th- < : Shaw was a business visitorto Robert II. Franklin! of tin tmllic O V. UUOOKS! .
;, ": hn; sold thit, \. ..11/ III iiu'111'1111"1"1; | C. N. la1Monday.. tailed to flaiford Saturday to the bed- Charley Fountain, Fred Dell, Rod Wil- the hairpins from a taffy-col
:JMnrke-: of their daughter, !Mrs. Arthur head at the desk In front of us- I luidiy HUKPU: ; f riTiiiflute fit'
.l property to :Mi r. .s;, M, l..i"tmi-, visitorsto side kcrson nnd Arthur Claik. ored I InnuUlr.
: and family were D'tr'c. ,
,
\I. T. :Shnw sick. Mrs. Cumin CommiHHiom o 1.'r..\i-iilitKi
'iiiplovie Crews, who was,, very but there Is no great demand for talents [
twelve in <
.
past > .ns Km ford lust Sunday and on their and 1'.1..1"0, nt d rei iuclMy I .'h.) t
f office. It HIM tiiithfullv, be s.ud that Shaw taken very Crews has many friends here who regret PUBLiC DIPPING. of that sort now. Another time, I Ii" Mlplinil \01,'rI at the iknicrati'i'rimniY !
:Mrs was
.j I 1'100'ula has .lone more for WilY homi- to hear of her sickness and wish will be held at theS. missed n boy with, a pnj'l'r'a<1, election to be held on Juno 4th 1
: no% man in ; hick nnd hud to be left in Lake Butler A public dipping we piumiMit I if ilictid" to .*r\o tni I to thhivt ,
I, the upbuilding! <>f the state that !Mr. for imiliiiil tH'tttmcnt. her a speedy recovery.Mr. R. Johns' vutI miles east of nnd bit the tCllehCI'-but there Is:' much uf my .b.II. J C.11"1.1. .

... Harris has ,. him
rest from the ni.luous tn'k of newspaper seriously ill nt this writing. were Xisitmg friends at :MacclennySunday. stock owners in reach of this vat me business( now-j nnd our aim Is no bettefthan cnnilitlnti, fur I'"u.ty 11'lnl unnoune.from District a

milking and w>- hupp he will :Mr. und :Mrs. II. S. Warren und I \ requested to have their cattle there on It was then. Again, we h1tll[ ball Nu. I. compom.il l"mmis.l.ner Illp.Un. nntl t'rovi!
'njoy it to the I limit :Mr. I.ooraus i is a Mr. James Browning who is cm- for I diIILL \tinir pu-cinctH. the Kiippurb"
that
shopping in towrji day dippingttivn's ; of twine In our pocket, we
were
and will son, Mvois, visitor : tel of the \uUra of the illxtrict for Mr. Kiillmiriinil .
I iright young newsjuiper man last SutuidnyMISSIH. ployed in Jacksonville, was u _-. the end of the string to our desk 1..ur them that he will give careful nuiiricknt

nold the I Haniu-i I' up to n high standard. A. 0. Surrency, H. L. Lowi here last week. ; :: HOG TO HOPE HALL.A then walked around the room, unw tailing attention to thc duties uf the uirict'

Mrs. S. T. Sistiunk, a talented) Ocola liisinoH visitors to the county :Mr. 11 N. :Norman: was visiting: ntMacclenny fine Duroc Jersey hog was presented twine the while entangling the
\
\v.
>ro
lady will be city editor of the )paper. last A. Davis Jr., to Hope Foil ('O\I'USflER MSTK1CT XO. 2.
". !'cat MOndy.loland S'Ind' <>y. by L. teacher and most of the students. Do I hen. a candidate for ,*-

.. <..: Anderson has bought thebusiness ;Messrs. J. S. Normnn, O. J. Phillips, Hall, lit Hampton, last week. To assist you BeG any Gr.lmclul or political possibilities election to the office of county commissioner
\ with I blooded in and for Pixtrlct No. 2. and respectfully solicit -
this farm
SURE E On1I; STUUMIKK::. of Mr. John fSioovcr nnd will Edward Vhlliard and son, Yarborough in stocking now for a genius which thus the tupport of the velcro at the ticmicrstiaormarY

continue to do busmebS: in tho samo were visitors to Lawtey Sunday after- l stock, 'apt. Murphy is enlistingthe manifested Itself at the age of thirteen election to be held on Juno 4th Ipromioe.
I aid of the stockraisers! of the If elected to irlxe the mime conaclcntioun .
f' The Punta orda; Herald! and, the} building.Mr. noon. much encouragement ?-Claude Callan In Kansas City attention to the duties of the office ni I
-- and he is receiving
I male. business tripto county In the ps'st. C. A. ROBERTS
hud : L. Morgan a Star. have
Coulter have lately a -
I'lant City . . . . in his task. I _
merits of Luke Butler on hist Thursday.
little diMcuM ion about the .
attending the it) STARKE 1 respectfully announce to ITie, voters ofrnmminnionini
btrawhei rie* grown in their respective Several anticipate FRATERNAL=" DIRECTORY GOODYEAR SECONDS.' ,IILIIER FOIl IIUCATIOV District No 2 that I am a candidate
\ localities. U tinned out that Editor;. anniversary! at LaCrosse next Sun- 4 I am now handling the splendid line In Circuit, Cemrt. State of Iorlill.County for Commissioner of saul district I
j'_ 4 ------- Eighth Juehciul! Circuit,
'---if Jordon, of the Herald!, was simply taking tlnv
ill, a sly dig at the bad pack of, some The father of Mr. J.. llodtro spent a 3 33.: Meeta every second and I quoted below. These tires are practically Ore 1 %Vtiuo. Compluinnnt I my eal..r,1 .I.nlon.

r >J of the be, 'rues offend for sale ut the few days here last' week.Vhile here fourth Monday nights. 4 ns good as the higher priced \B COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3. '
:l truins through I'lant IIP purchased a I'ord car from G. II. have used them Wilson I.
they Ruby
ns pass 4 tires and once you I hereby announce myfdf a candidate frr
,' and But Editor Colson, retuining to his home at I Milliard than seconds. pi nelnnt. office of county cmmlsioa'r of District No
Stark Luwtey. other
: City, (nut I'ntul'dny. f I. O O. 10'., May Lodge No. 10. 4 you will never buy I iipmnrlnir l>y nlliilievlt nprwn'\0! to the 3. I Lawb'y and Raifordl.' subject to the will
Thomas of the (Courier went viry Plain Non-Skid Tubes tile- lllioveHtHtrel Ruby
1. Site tiled In
<8> Meets Tuesday night. of the qimlified electors at the coming elictlon
: of the :\1 1 K. A. l King, auditor of the every :J10 \. .. In nameil In
seriously into u discussion merits r. 4 30x3: $10.75; $12.00 $ the I'f'nonnIwr. Inon. to be held June 1018 If eli'cted I picture
of I'liint City biriiln for growing Southern' i\press ('0., of Jacksonville, 'F. .5' SOx.i'i: ; $12.7.: ; $14.7: $:J..10 .,' -.("I'nt Ih. Stul' (itiirirlii lorlilu. unit the li. myself to faithfully perform the "uti,. v?
<,. M. W. of A. Starke Camp. lit eif WnycrouH. u\ir
; n
s bent of and
Mon- r..ll'nl saul office to tho my ability to
;
livened that Plant WHS transacting business here ; $II.OO! $1.2 ; ., it therefore
$17.73 in -
berries and stoutly third Wednesday '* :31 Kl nut* .r >e> .: orilenel the interests of all concerned. Eiiun,
and btt
1 Tity tie/rlvi. wiie superior to all othCUI.C lay with agent T. C. I lla/.en. 4 Meets every first <* 3xl1h:! : $1 1.01) ?loIO;; S3.4: ;] thnt nnlel tinn-nmiihnt lciiili.nl I In' nnelIn to nil and no special priviloirr. to any

I Little nila :M.ic; llazen spent last nights. 31'1-1 I $1800) ) $:O..IJ! 1: S5.li;; hereby reeiuirtil tu appear to tho till of rl"hl on. c. K. SAL'!'.
:\\I' el4. / 4 4.V. coniplulnt 1..1 In mid -nu,.' on ni'Miniliiy. he-fun-,
: Of Editor Thomas is only fiiiluy in I.nCrossc.Mr srARhi \TLC\M/IN< WORKS II, tiny of M.y. A. U. lilts, oth-
(0 .
":f at I : *. leul.ih! llairoll, of old'" lirmlfoid .. W. 0.V.., All Friends CampS t-tark". Kla. I erwme,' the. nlle-irntleinii of sold bill ..1!| be.tutu I I inter this method of annnuncitifr that I nm
t: il.making V"ln,1 a KOI'ryCU'IIM .
n < No. 138. Meets every second and .ti, IIH confe-HHLei by ekfendnnt.It A cattdfdnlo. for County Commissioner for I>1-
\ that. The fin t is, he has probably was in our burg, lust Monday I IB furthe-r i.nlere.l .nle thin emle-r bipuli- inlet No. 1, eompoHtd of Kiiiford nnd Lnwttyolintr

; ..! never son any Stuike and. Lnwtey I evening shopping. 4 fourth Friday nights. DISCOVERED RIGHT TO THINK linheel onto u \\iek for live consecutive week I \ 'Clcl.. If iltctvd I thou strive tutftc
f. 4> ? in the Bradford County rclvirioph. a ntwspa' tht litttrlct nnd the county Iowl nervier nia
"h'lIwl'rril'M. It has long been :\11"i. Tvlc-r has bppn very sick for tinboard. 1 .
I 11.lIInt-1'I 4 Union Chapel Camp, No. 53(5( ; per itubMiheil in lintel county and BtnteThin mimlx.1- "8.fuly .olrllti.
1 ter of common iisie-nt among /: the last few days out at this writing <*. meet first and third Friday iI.niglits Author Relates How Young Harvard AIJ'I 1. 1'JIK support of Ihool'r at P W. UEDD1SU e.nun"
'ommiK"iun nll'lIho huy homes, is some better.Mr every \v. T WEEKS. ,
em of Mill '* nt Union Chapel. .1. A. Ellington Student Broke the Conventional (SE\L) Clerk Circuit Court,, -'.' .- .
thnt'the berries Jou $ Pine vas
in Florida winter : III"'W'Y,
e\e-iv Bonds VVhtKS.Deputy .
and By JI A
<$> Cleric H. No. I, Starke. 4' Trappings COL'NfY COMMISSIONfcK: DISTRICT 4.
giown nt Staiku and<1 Luwtey are in OIM town Saturday evening. Clerk
1 hereby nnnolincu niymlf n* n candidate fur
i Imest anywhere in the :Miss' Edna! llaxter has accepted a 4 EVERETT M. .TOIINS districtNo
f the grown the office of county commlHKloner for
Is thinking/ /silince! nn art or n for l-6-fit
4' Visiting brothers arc cordially S.lloll..r .
j whole of the Southeastern pait of tho position as assistant postmistress.Mr. Cmulnlnnni. 4. I elected I shall work for the heat IntirestB
<* profession? henry ItaZlltt. nut liar' of
invited to attend these meetings. the county and on basis I
?II ) United State.'hen you ask one of : !Mark demons, of Pine Hill, the of theotirs UI. 801.11
4' a book on "Thinking, calls It a seleitcenail XOMC'E Fllll PlMlLtrVTION.DepnilmLiit Hupport primary .f
' for of the vUitor here last Sunday after- Juno 4th. T 1'. WALL,
these was
: buyers a comparison a
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nrt. (Ji-oivo, anther ol"Young e f the Interior.
4 5 S <) +V44 t4. * ? 4 ? nn ; Dorooy, '
i-ti fruit grown here with that grown at noon. V I'' S. Lutiel Office ut (.iin. 0\11! ,. tIl, Mnrin I
, shoulilirs visitor to LoW"-lhllt delightful anthropological (. HUM. I hereby ann'lc.nolhrv for C.o.
other point he shuigx his :Mr. John Groover was a .
any novel of modvrn., Iimiiim IH ( ,, i
a boy Noloo hereby irlven that Frank Murphy, ty CUnmi..lon.r SI\ I'rml..
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.t. and l tell you that there is no New River last Sunday afternoon. Perfectly Comprehensible. mnltos omof his fascinating! sHcotl e>f I..k.llh'r.. 111. "I.. on ,\pril :J I. 1913! I, I..r'. District un.I "f"I..ctfulv! .'! '. ihiili
! Otnpniiscm--everybody knows SturkeLuwtey Must be some attraction" there? Tllv follnuinK "ii'iell \\uS Illllde by miuliII."mi Mi'm! V o. ill lli'i. for NFunurtir : : rnt'on, nil, Ire vrtem nt 'II i icitminu
"t characters. ilorlaro that thinking I :; : :"lj i' elcctetl i I do l ltnward I.
liUlii' wliosa !; of section :.11 townahip II h. KnnxeiJn prlmnry. vi n > >
# :Messrs (!I.V. M. lla/.rn J. luwji-r Iwhl1ll'lit' nt :
? beriies ale away above everything and E. a on Is In E.. Tiillnhnsiiee ,rneriellnn hurt noticeeif a II0d b ..iitetiM. admUItr.lon .it I I1'
i i I.. Stinency nail son, I II. IX, L. F.i cow Iinil lii-cn klllcil I by u I tniln : "If n prnfpssliin. IIH flglilng lying,, intent In inillie'Ihiel'Vlnr '11..1. tn IItiiblirth .. affairs of the

Hut that isn't all. Look who's here. i iIII' i Shaw, L. (;Jainey and II. I' Uaincy the train hud. been run no It hOl\I.1 have prrnchlng/ ImnKliiL' or piiKliu>t>rlng. clnlrn to the unit llhovi ilencrflifil. tnfeire .. ounlyLO.; C. LIVISl.STON,
Very early In Ills Harvard Clerk (iriuit Court. nt iilurke, Ha:. nn
4 : II. E.: Only.an; for 11 number of woip visitors to Starke :Monday lii'i-ii run, or I If the bull)I hiul IK,i II runs clll'l''r.YOllnlC ,.,V th,- I rth ilnj of May. tIllS.CIi.nunt A numUr of frk-nibi unit M'uu-ilt' ,M '

t ,\uin seiutary of the Plant City :Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Ostl'en. of UK Ir Khonltl lime IHM.J-I. nine m If Ihewhistle Low mukcs thp discovery that mime nx uitncitriraE ha\t. re'lllenUd rir .. run fur Cnmmi-, ".,
lie Jinn. n right to think and It Is IltiS'ley %V. Kdwnnla., uf New Uivi-r. lurliln the Still'ke dl I l\ .
Ciowei-H: Ahsouution, who) hns handled' Dukes, spent Sunday and Monday with llllll t'('4.n lllllttll IIM It sllOlllll( (.. W. Aliilreeif New Ri HiiridilVilnee from trlct art I hn in i
>er. of enndldarv. for >',' '
thousands ot mites t of Plnnt City beriies their 1)lIrcntK.Ir.! and Mrs. H. 'r. Os- have Ill-en !JJl\\! '. both of whli-h tin y illd us It ha 1'1'1'1111.' who illscovt-rs for Mi...ii. W'. e.fNe'Wlllxer, Klorleln "nnuuneeml.n,.. , I l'y flinll ri\i.. nw i but elf V
,, him or helps, Mrn, to discover his lnf 'l'leetnnl W M Knliinion of KumiiKun. KleiriilnKOU1. .
is at plexenl in the biokeragebusincHs rifltlu-r tlu cow would not liuvv btvuwlion toward 'llncharjlnit the ilutin if thi' .:fl"

A few weeks ago he got on teenMr.: L. A. Brown attended the union InJul'l' t-lio v\'m killed." f ram'hl-i-. Here Is Mr. Dorsoy'f l-B-Bl. W. DAVIS.Ren-Inter JESSE 'mo tA ,

l his .stung of customers home folks mei-ting nt Alaihun: lust I Ktidav.Mr. -.- -- description of tinnuurgunce' / of ills I I heitby nnnounce that f nm a e.ndid..

who weie demanding sonic sure I : Collol''kM.. of Santa Fe, wits C;. 4 3.' ..' 't st. i 4' 4' ' ' 4' ) Iieri/H ho '.mlnll fnun I Its conventional A I'FTiriflV I'mt AN rlfTTION.We : for (ounly C.mmi..iul.r for LI .I"d i I N.
-, the uneleneiirneel ,, .. iStarken I rcHpectflllly solIcit thi ,.t t
voter
uml honll..o'"Thllt gin tuximyi-rii .
1 it % hough straw'.bei. 'ries. I He put out for the !guest of Miss Pearl Lewis Saturday it trnpplncs .r I nl-) ..chnol ,list ret In i" eatnhlMieel nnd support of the Democratic ikclmut. ti I

I Stm'ke! and bus been one of the most afternoon (a CIlt'RCII UIUKCTORY. nlulit high up in Weld (ono ol. known Fire Mile, Silb-Dtatrlct, he'ri-by iieti.tle.n primary to |he held June 4th und I""n.

,. IIcl \'I' buyers on the Starke yard for Mrs W. S. Nabb and litlc granddaughter E' _______ the lliirviinl ,linil tories), In front ol Ih,. lleineirnhleHome) ,if fublic 'Imetmc. cut i'ful nItration tu my dutli.ii M if. il.rtnl:MKKCOt'NTY .1It. :
linn County for
A si-wtal week" Twit-e (Kll'Nlj the Mlldictl, spout Monday! in EAPTIST-Hev. W. G. Law my finI trIed. tn piu/lc it nut. 1Iuxlt'Y I lie. held.r Irltor.1 He-hoolhoiiBP un on el'.I'"n' ,, ., ---

i I piesent week he )has insisted on thewilier Stiirke.MisHts. pastor. Sunday school, 9:1: ;5 a. m.G 00' dares think snUi things, tutu n rl'l.lItll'! Mny 4th tn itnbll thin Sub-Sclunil/ Dlatriclbounileel COMMISSIONFH DISTRICT S.

I going to the* htiitum to see the Lois Kelly and Ilerta Green > Sunday morning service, 11:00: # bio fIrm il.iri's pilnt thorn. Surely:: I.pOOl" ,. MK (fnlotnCeimnit ] nl the: NR i-nrni eif I htrtby nnnounce myself A candidate' freeltcllein .
wee 7.
l.ill ,
t1 fruit II" it omes from the fie""' ... "It paused throughcie Monr'av nfternooti t. o'clock; Sunday evening service, Inslgnlflonnt I, have a right to, ("I' H. rnnitei i. theMleewent In NW enrl"i ie trlct 6. subject feir County to the Ionmi..lom.r of fli-,
) <.i?o 7:00; 11. Y. P. U., Sunday evon- 4 >f nee I U. it. rnnice III. thence Month nrll" comniLilemocratc ,
think.
is the prittust stulf I ever Maw in enroute! to their home" uftN'dosilljf 'WI II If I t
I"inllry.
I S> ?' SW -, 12. the-nce > 1n1.e
< ing 6.1: \Vetinpsilay: \ evening corner west lo HBCHin
I lif.--i he exclnimd successful "Anil 1 did think. I had felt, continue te> Klxe the duties of the otr. nn
of chi ol at < never
I my' enthusiastically a torni! <#> prayer service, 7 o'clock. Everybody <* j lm>- illvlillnir. MIC 15. th.nc. south on iinlilf earnest attention II D. M \
<. "I just want you to go and take LnCios.se. '*' invited to attend. <*. thnt way be-fore.. I had l never realized f t-e-ctlon I line i to New Klver. Ihrne-e- !;I.I \
l I cordially lilonn nld New River
1\ look at it. I wired one customer ,,I Mrs.\ .. K .\'l\rllan.1! two d.l\l ht'r", 4 that I diire to think about these things. I line' ilKidlnrf HicllunH I'l to nnel intersect Ji I.) t"with i> H.Hertiem riinvi' I tilt. his mctluiU if r nm". .':....,.."' nat I a .

tod.iy that I was shipping him twelveeriites Thelma and Juanitu, motored to 4 4, "I felt ns If a load had hern lifted ."' thence* north. on nalil section line to point a ciin.h.iuu'No. r onn".1 for Ceitti.v I ?'(Nnv i"mni(i:,"i ,'r.te Drook of Itittlrt ,

,J of the prtttie'st \", he or (;iuim-stillc Saturday. They were ae1- EPISCOPAI/. M. M Fryer from me. I hail l no I Idea where' It would of.\iHirinninir.ml. further to vote upon the millnire to benuiee Grnhll. Hampton in.I Tlieriruiinx, pi
)' nnjhody rlese I saw." homo Miss' 'Ward "S" priest in charge. Sunday school, .. ., I ... I respectfully the xotm of thdemocrulie ,'
ever lompanied by Olga lead' -nor for the time did I care-but Mt.el nnel for the iiurpORe of olectinir n ,, Inlcl .

:N'ow-': mind >'ou. Editor Thomas I who has been teaching ut Ltikens. '!> D:4o: : n. m.; morning prayer and I felt mentally free for the first timeIn dmtrictiSlirnedl lonrd, of. three i.1 II trustees for one, ub-,chool mice. cartful ilieton Httentlun f to ins dl ill>'n tin,t of and the pr of

( :ullIn di.In't say u word against :Mr. N. 1). Johns, of New River <$" sermon 11 o'clock;; evening prayer <* my life AntI deep within me I knew I lice if I t.lictcd J. J. MORR.VN.MIMIIf .

r' Plant City beriu-s. He simply said : passed through here Sunday afternoon and sermon, 7 o clock; choir re- what Huxley! mount when he 8iiltlmt N. U l-urrlxh. II J. Thnrnn. lien F. Gnin-

that the Ia.riies here the he I were finest I III'. and :Mrs. W. E. :Middleton' of to Mm the chlffi- good was fntSlotn HOARD DISTRICT I.
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< evening. Come and worship with a41us. It L. llnvln. J. S. firern. J. VI IJ.h- : '. .
had ever seen in his life, and several Hampton, were visitors here Sunday eSf > to learn to think and to say %%hat haplensi ,rta. W:. M. KolHTU. B, M Watore. l II ii. I ,Fi.I..f. .. for t Powell Member h..I. nrl Coun'tSchoeil '"ml I V
of his life have been at afternoon I.onir. I'. P. I Mil*. G. T Tuuohlon'o J' I cn .II.
\eiirs .
llonril
spent < > d when ho ploasivl! Until now I Dukes U L Thumim .m 11.lriO No 1 Stark, 'I '

Plant City.Vc make this explanation Mr I I'*. L. Crosby nnd son, Abe, attended METHODIST L. 7.. Barr, ca. had rot dared hope for such freedom I. I Inwteyi at the an'l com>.;ili-a iv lh. .kn port ,otht I'1'tutun

bt' itiii' we don't want you to the union last Saturday and 4'. pastor. Sunday school, 9:45: a. .* . That was n memorable rainy dny ; M \IT1U'S.E. I'owI.1 i I. il.ep'i! 'mlrriMid I"n"ay.in inn win..: ... i

i lead 1nlllh to hang Guljenn if he Sunday. m. Preaching every Sunday at <* antI I was grateful to Huxley. I might ",'r.hy notice "I.n Ihn unite'r nnd by Olr >blie, ichj'.l iy...",.

'. r-houlil ever happen to drop in at I'lant I I Mr und. Mrs. I1. Colson nnd! two 1) n. m, and 7:30 p. m. Prayer> have to pay a price for doubting but cl..u.trios .f made that. nnel oe-rtaln,'nt,'red1nrih d..e.jnth of, I'MH fore- ,

City iignin.Te childreiVynona and Howard of Tine ,i> nu-eting, Wednesday' evening, 7:30( *> It would be paid by a free man not abondrunn. : by the ll.infinihle J. T, Wills, John. eif the-: he Through rehy the solicItation of my rrrnc ,
> Editor .''ul'flon.ho I Hill Circuit Court of Itrndfuril! County, Mnridii. in I nnnoiincv ny..lt a t. nekclUn '
: not
,) is nearly spent Sunday afternoon hero.Mr *> o'clock. Junior Epworth League .* ilini('01 ry. I In fmnr of Jnme. II ni member of the county >choe.l boar,

? si will 1"-t..1; on Kh'a%berries' as IH'I Vernon Hdwards: iind datiphtor.: Sunday afternoon nt 3:30. Senior nnd npain*>t F. r:. Phlh IJlcun., v eeimnlainnnl. K.- I for DMtiict N... 1. If dieted I .'il ,give th

is on fish we oiT.'r this very candid I Miss: ienigin, of Old Bradford nttendeil Epworth: League Sunday evening .. Blowing Wells.Vbnt JhilliiB. "the' his.., wife nnel W A., ...: defenelant. | vice school po.Interests.aible In the of the county on I beat, ...tI
will ntr
for I rU1ur h"v.
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h..ien..1 In .n.
I i nil) truthful information : Plant City services )here last Sunday.Mr. *. at C:4: :>. A cordial invitation is .* \ ore known as blowing well I r..II.f fli,. rourt houne door In Stnrke. dfnrel I- the pant' I feel that am In pan.lion to 5i'ietii.r

I. L K row"very goml 1 winter' strawberries, j Lester :Shaw:; left lust Thursday extended to all to worship with <-*> are not at nil uncommon nlthongh In leninlv FI.rll. elurlnir the; .eai H.hon kervice the nit two ream than the pat ,
and I
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IIlId'uIIIII 1 Coin: i ;:'i eiiulel doubtless do for service for Undo! Sam. .of fair en M"ndIY. 11th dny of M.v, 'i. iiI It 'e aprctfully solicit the support I'the.
iirmy 4'us. son> localities they are called, "breath- t''-. I. . hlKhmt nnil but biiiur for. cm.h v..t.re. j. C. McKXCMFMIIFK
, A the same t thing but' when it comes to I Miss hazel" Warren of C'layno, C.' lag" "suck In!!." "weather" or "barom ( the. tulo.." d".c.h .1 !I.nd. in Urnefure

comparing 1 tern- f"'m" ) other iection ''p<'nt last Thursday as the guest: of .!> J'I ESBYTEr.tASunday': : *> eter" wells. The United States ,<,ologl. .I IV "(. to-wit : OF SCHOOl. ROtRD-OIST. NO 3
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The NW
V with the beiir.'s ot the I :Miss eiunrter of NW qusri.r of Section I hire by myaelf! a candielntti '
Starke-Lnwtey Ini-/ nnn.unee
t Abermithv.Mr school every Sunday at 9l": l.V >. cal survey finds that In nearly every I'. T."ni hli 7. Sejuth riiinue JI I I-u; .t. contnin. the ''r'ci- "' member of school honrel fr "
t.j "ction it is like the lommission men I : W. Williams and daughter low 4'i lien -i. mi-re or KBB Di.lriet No.2.
Morning/ worship, 11 o'clock andevening l well of that kind the blowing anti comprliinir Lake hotter Ka:'
, eay, there n no ionii.in-| Everyone :Miss Edith, and son, Joseph, of ,. service at 7. Praverniot'ting E. M JOHNS. forel. W"rlhin.lon. Providence. Pnl.tln. Ifeleeteel
sucking la
occur alternately ; that : nt i" .
the p.clli promise to perform the duties of the
with possible e-ueption of Worthington Springs, VfV ., A. V LOX. :1..I.r.
pussed through
Wednesday evening at times office to the of
certain the Is outwnnV bet ability
; V Editor Thomas !knows that currejit < I,cl' *..*
f. C.
i strawberries heie lust :Monday morning enioutt! to 7:30. Ladies AiI Society meets .. < '" r mplainnnt I. t. P. M. r.\DQETTOR .
grown in the winter ennnot be ns Marko. Va
' I first 1'iiclay of each month. A' '

large: and ns sweet and as ml !and ns III' Carefoot of Worthington, vain cordial invitation i is> extended to .. -. 1 :IEIIEI SCHOOL hOARD. DIS. NO. J,
\ juicy as strawberries grown in the our burg last .. .. m."thoil of announcing that
, Saturday. victors and nil others who are am a .nndih.t. for re-elecllon an a member
p. ( Farming in Florida Under ot the COunty School.Hoard for District Ni
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the ben tielel) l ; ; boring the past I "
leaves winter > entirely to at Nouls, is ,visiting his family this uixi the term hnve cndeavort'ti

Plant City and other localities because I I wick. 49)444'444 fV4 44,4'tt, Favorable Conditions- ...r"rI school re.I.cl.d 10bre'shall. of| the eonlnu.county to ooi fu'

our growers do not want to :Mr. and Mrs. C. ;M. Andreu, and hal brought comfort and prosperity to many a practical tamer. T. II. PINHOLSTER

LV spoil the reputation of their fruit by I I two daughters. Blanche nnd Fay, and chua. Inveitigatethete condition acid localities where good farming SUPERvISOR

emhng make-believe berries, to the sons H.irley and Summer, attended Mr. II. Sowell and land may yet fee bought at reasonable prices. Thriving commumtiei I hereby unnounce.OF REfHTR.\TION. '
of Cooler a
markets with their brands on them. ihunh here Sunday.Mr. family, -good school, churches and transportation facilities. for re.-flection D Sup 'i.Uor a.of Re. istnitic'
I Pond spent Saturday afternoon for .
Olson Thomas, of :Miller, passed here with relatives The Florida East Coast Railway the ou..orl Uradore,f county Ih,' ..ters I at ro.pt'e.l the c..minI tout pr '

Animal Have No Sense of Rhythm..Aillmals through here Sunday afternoon Mr. Joe Surrcncy of Pine Hill!, I I.. d'll.e.
hove no sense of rh.vtniu! last hedge motored t. Jacksonville\ passed through here last WelnesJuya through its.ub.idiar i companies-the Model Land Co.,Perrin of the oir'ei..
I nturtlll)'. Grant Land .. Co..and FOR l3TRicTNMlT.1.! !
j V though they Dilly be tiiugtn ctunoe." ftnnoon.lrl1 Okeechobe Co.-owns and CONSTABLE I>
tmle Henry Pmkton and Wilbur has for sale large tract suitable truck uden.. hereby myself candidate f i .
;\ Rosa .nunc. a
This \\i the aniiiiijucoment IIr 1 ioetirV Lynn, of old Bradford .K. orf'cof'
Brown of ;Miller, attended 1 church here Free iu.traled literature on reque.t. Your questions answered Con.tblu of Dintrlct No. '
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Craig of the UniversIty of Maine."llorses last Sun.lav was shopping in town last :Monday af- in Addrel Bra Iforel subject to the nctloijfi

: driven in ," be! say s in the ; ternoon. Ih. L 'm "lo prlmarl to be held June
spun .
Rev. C. W. Larrnmore J. E. INGRAHAM Vice-Pre.ident | snit '
and} two sons, EtK. .J tolicit the supi
Guldo to Nature!, "make no nttinipt to John nn.l. I'urville attended the Miss. Edith Warren of Clayno, was JAS. D. INCRAHAM. S. .. A...l of all voters at said primary

Cp tntrether. Two bIrds lumtwrweetJy'they at Al.ithtia lat Saturday and Sunday.union n visitor here la.t Thursday after FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY J. B. SAPP.

sing solo, never ClInK kitlmo :Mr J. U" lUxtir noon.Mr.

'b with one another nor with un; tomloil the union at Alachua and family nt- and Mrs. R. T. Ostccn. :Mr. and R... to \BuiLiig It A.. ., f
last Sun-
4VV Other rnnsK*. Kven the tm-culloil! (hI CIIlIl dav Jlrs. L. T. Osteen spent Monday on : \ Worth) an introduction.TIs .

animals of the circus get their rhythm 1'ssr1.. Clyde Ward Lucian business matters in Starke. : v'(\ to knew one's own mind,

t. trw the trainer, Dot from the tuna." Marvin Ila en spent Sunday, in AlaS and :\1r. Jim Mott of Worthington, was I but I.s I'n.t equally Important to :.
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:\1.: and :Mis. W. F. Godwin, of with his ieiXH'stKobert ) of Miss Florence Addison last Sunday ill. f"

WMMMM* I 1.\' t.i.v. were visitors to! Starke Wed II. l 1'1111.'It ordered to ro- afternoon. :Miss Viola Adkins was the guest of

:. 1.-: port, fm inovomi'iit with this detachment Mr. R. :M. Mersey and family vveio" :Miss :Mertic( : Mersey Sunday.
Bits of but failed to appear and has nut guests of Mi .1. :M. llcrsi-y 1 I.I$( Siinlav .- .. ---
Mi,' ( '. O. Carroll, u well known eit- yet been hunted Under the law he > :Miss Edith Wnrren. or flnjnn, was t ta
I", 'i IIt: hc Dukes section, was a busi- has been reported as deserter visitor to Stiirko Thursday
n ;11r..1. F. |11>'o 11 ,' Starke Thumday. ---.
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Information It home i.f his parents Sunday; .
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BIt.1NNEr res.Drnmifii I ml''hlllt.; .
\\o err\ glad to Know' thaI little [ I'ationi/o the home i mlSpring
\ communication of Bradt'Wd
C ... "ngulur Ruby V.unea: IM up altii IKIII" '' very'i keep >oui' money nt home.
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+ .sl.0... Tr..t.. ?.jM..., ,.1 Ledge No. 3S, F. & A. II., will April :1.-We have hud fine\
M ,1. C.r.y.j T.rn.b i I.,? In-Ill Monday night April 8, at rains and the crops of this suction me
I \\ llIl'h time the Master :Mason degree! looking goodMr. .

I I will lo i'unferred.11 visiting breth ; Lee Mersey, of 1'alatka ->its __

DI'IRCOP.-"th. wondi, nn... .. 11'l' cordially invited. the guest of his mule, ;Mi. H. M J. Hotsey. r. '

"part<:. .1t'nney' .\. Y. Long returned last 1 Mnnd.iv and Tiiesimv, 1 re. 11
Charlie and Gus Uea-kv spun' Sun vv.ilju/ '.-il.i\ inoiMing Jiom" Ihonson, 1111'11; CM' :MISS.: .\. A. rril'll tUI'ninlV,.. dllr tn TalutkaMis.s I Beauties .-.1' \

day in Waldo.Uring hole: luiipusented the state at thespring OF \Mrro.N... LAST :MOM: \' ; 1.nttio. A.hli"11'It, the guost t
term of the circuit court Thel'Ulll.t ---- ---
adjourned after Hampton April :3.-The entire community .
us your egg We puy cash. a two-dtq' ses-
Cash and Carry Store. Mon. It is noticeable that court'termsin was saddened :Monday afternoon CLASSIFIED
many Florida counties arc steadily when a telephone message from I There is no other term that'ean'fully describe
Miss Clam Moitt is becoming shorter. This to be Ciamesvillo brought the slid news that
appears the
visiting her sis exquisite} creation in our new line of
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ter, :Mrs. TIson, in Jacksonville.+ paitieulurly Hue of the 8th Judicial :Mis. .\. A. Futch had. paused away in ---- i
circuit. It is evident that crime is going the hospital there, where she had been FOR SMC:: III s.ukUrd! I: HIM Md,

$1 work :shirts: for 75 cents Cash out of fashion or that the vigorous i huiiredly umred only a few hours be [pnt.itiM-, Clarke'< :5S:; jioi' Mick Sam KIISCIbeig :. \. i SPRING MILLINERY
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handling I
Derailment Store. of criminals is lessening fore.The

their number. funeral services were held in Foil SAI.U-Dosiiable vacant lot two Tho oman may be thankful that I the I Government
Mrs Christian :Muthis the Christian; church here Tuesday
was the hundred by one hundred feet. Town
has not ordered conservation of hats.
weekend guest of :Miss Anna Canova. H. I.. (;1'11who has been operating afternoon at 1 o'clock. The !large nuditorium of Hampton Fin. O. K Trine, 'I'
II saw mill at Socastcc the was tilled to overflowingwith Dude ('ity, Fin. -!-15.1"t: They are :still alloxxcil to adorn the head with
was
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Large line of the latest:: styles in city 'cllt l'dIlY. This mill has about sorrowing friend l and iclatlvcs.! :: I: the most beautiful creations of the millineryart.
millinery) at Stump's. cut t the available timber and will The funeral / l'I'JIOn'a8 delivered by FOR SALK;-Poito Rico sweet potll-
1.(' closed down. Mr soon her former pastor, I Rev J. Mullady: to draws, $l.riO per thousand Joe I .
Gray, therefore
Time to buy that now spring top- has a saw mill plant on his! hands after which short talks were made by Stephens, Sturfce:! Route 1. DON :W That is just hatxe h.1st.'cured for
piece. See Sternberg. which he ]:ev. W. T. :McGuire, her pastor, and 1-5-lt. x> your
<. in disposing will probably of to have no diffliilty who- K:,>\'. I.. A. Kan: Is, pnslor of the Dnp-j -- y inspection, and ask! >'(HIt() call sind'see' the pattern -

\\. S. Powell was among the business :: I hf1< the timber but no plant.some-one Gainesville tist church The floral olTennjr wits FOR SALT:----Potto Rico and Triumph' hats now.on' displ.iVeony )'.
visitors to Jacksonville Monday, Sun. !huge und beautiful. Inb'l.mcnt'nll IotlltoIant\ and tomato plants :>:J
made in Santa Fe cemetery per 1,000( I'':. Gowin, lampton( Flu. \ ask! ..1 '. \ inspection.! Thc Roods:

Special sale going on at the Cash A line :Mrs. W. H. Alexander" and daughter.) .1.5.lt.: will sell themselves.Knight's.
complete
of Warner's Bust
Department Store. Wilma, attended the Sunday xihooleonvention
Proof -- ----
corsets nt Sternberg'> Alachua ,
nt from inlay
FOR: LF.-Onc Ford touring. ear
Let us:: help you make your dollar\ until Sunday afternoon. nail 2! good young work horses :Sell;;;
buy the most goods. Cash and Carry J ,1. Trilby: left Sat utility for York Kev. W. E;. Daughter, of 1 1I\I'llIn., tit MUM'nice price See Sum l Kosuulierg Millinery
Store. Ala, where he has accepted a position i- Ky., fpl'ntIonduy: nnd Tuesday here, Stlll'lle.W.ITI.nTo. '
as foreman, with :M. Fujrnzzi;: & the guest of friends i Kc'\'. Pnughtcry
Ford {'o., of Cincinnati, O.1; r. Trilby willO'cl'see wag pastor of the Christian church -. STARKE FLORIDA
top and back curtain for $10. : : purchase Iui' te 'hodio.of : ,
M. Leviton, btaike.Stone's the handling of their crop of here some twenty years ago lie left Vxx ?,
land llrndfonl Heal
berries winch will in county __ '
amount to between Tuesday afternoon for Englewood,
lags must be directly with uivnei' : -
cakes 10 cents for Saturday one and two hundred carsloads eluring'Jpl'il Tonn.
Address, "Lund" !tax :liT1": 1 I.N'IIbUl'g. -
only. Cash:: and Carry Stoic andIay.\ The ninny friends of ;Mr. and :Mrs
Flu .
:!-:!'Jlt.lOli
J.P. Summers are glad, to know that _
lion. II. C. I'ecples and family, of There, me plenty of good cars on the their little son who has been :
so ser .
-
SAIi: ON: CONTRACT: Two
market but if you want the best, call -
Pukes, visited datives in Starke Sun iously ill. is slowly recovering..
at the Briscoe Sales & Service( Com- :M. curs Kni'lv: Rose: :: No. .1 Irish ,'uta- 1r \
day
Cameron of Starke, was a visitor -
pany and buy n nl'l3coa
lu GO TOMitchell's
here! Monday.The toes:: new baircla. Ready: May:

Don't: fail to see( the splendid line I' special prayer service at the 15th. Sec I 1) W.OOI'C.: ( Then-ssn,
of millinery Mesdames Preston Jones ,Johnson Fla. t-JMf:!!)
now on display at Baptist church .dnes.llly eveningfor

,Stump's... -- Sprinkle Epperson,, Mnckcy Munea;!\ ,, S W.Strickland C and ;\ann.\( \ the a soldier most interesting boys was well service attendedand was 'LOST OK: STRAYED-Five- head of''i illl Drug StoreFOR It ItI

Private Hay Xewsom has returnedto Townsend, of Lake Hiltler, ,( cp Jot)'e'l. cuttle. (One red (.ow. probably now

Camp Jackson, after spending a to Staike Tuesday us they ( <: :Miss Ala Kimmo; attended the district has young calf; ur.Q Td cow und
turning from !Hampton, where they attended I black ;! .
furlough here. convention of the W' man's Christian nr.: white spotted yearling!;;
the funeral of :Mrs:: Arthur Temperance Union at Haifoid one I biPk! and Kilspotted < oWit1 \'; II

For your spring and summer hat i Futch during the week vvl'it, .\nil,. .red| sputi-d) v.iihnj'' ;
call at Stump's store. Large line I .ill I llll I I I''''.III 1; l| I," II our I Will p.I", .1
now display.i Hats for W. G. Seals nnd "nice;f: and J. Allen! I .' | ,. TANLAC I
on i women and children, latest III ml /I. \ d I I I .,.Ii-i liii.' "i in 1.,1 i 1
I styles, all shapes. We can please you. attended the county conventio': of (theChristian J. ;llllll. I r. ,' .lId. .,Il, : I I..
:Mr cashier of the church at Lake Lutlci sue",
E. W .Webster, Stump's.x ,
I I W I I I '. I I. i nII. I.In I. tlt
Bank of New: Smyrna was a visitorto day, and l report a most protitiildi\
Stake last Friday I I Attorneys:;; A. 7.. Adkins, A. SCrews meeting. I - -- -- --- Always get Mitchell's prices first

Kuv. J. Mullndy In home again. after .
I
------- --- and I U. E. Knight and SheriffW.
Mi'. :M.V.. Griffl, president! of the J. Epperson, attended the meetingof spending three weeks in St. Lull"" ... iu anything in the Drug line ...
Bank: of Green Cove Springs, was a the State Pardon Board in Tallahassee hospital.. While very weak, ho ill abe':

business:: visitor. to Starke! last Friday. Tuesday Mr. Knight/ represented to Inrn the streets again. I _
W. A. Crosby and secured for Mm." Victor Allen left :Monday fmShefHeld ,' I.'I

Speed! dollar summer underwearat him a restoration to full citizenship. Ala., whom Mr. Allen ha:i I

43 vnu. Cash Depaitment Store A contract with a government FOR SALE BY ........NN..........vi. ...........................
:: II. .
ohi"'J -
Ruh.lly-Tlsm-Antlsepti: (', relieves I. \\ N lilT! I': A .1I iN:< : :
( lui I' itom pins IIU(!::!() a. m. und closes Rhcumnthm, Sprains, Ncurulgiti, tC.IHIJ) : ("HO'
,tan;;:!() p. Ilnl'w time. Quigley ctC'1 MAR'IL( -I' MCM:. I 1'1.01:11') ) t.Drly"rOutMalarlaBult(1UpSy. I : FIRMLY FOUNDED 2
Liinil'i i r A :Supply: Co. .
:Messrs Roger nnd Curie W - --- -- I j.
i
---- \\'l''l'neornc, visitors to Starke The local Red CIOM* shipped in ( -tam :
Mi Ltiiian Wnmright, of Jncksonv I I SimP .ae t tun'\ 11"1", of the house owner .
week. :Mr. Rune Wells in n memberof March Box No. :a i containing the following 'r1! pi I .. ",' II l1i'., . X11111 H .
lit t .II11r" ,,\e1' Monday: to visit his the U. S. Nnvy nnd is spending a I articles: Five pair bed socks, ; '. ..,., .', 11,"I .. I I J. . .al",' 1Z11 1 : l ,+rs ae hoN( who .' thane "I. "UIII01 and h. with :

-.'''tl'I'_:MiJ. F. Kickliter.Spci tel:day furlough in Florida with relatives >! 2\\> hospital bed shirts, 7 pajamas, I t<)'H .".. . I. J r ,, I I ,1"1'1 I j 1 Y i yg proper'" 1.'"." Insurance. Otherwise +

and friends.Eggs helmets 10 sweaters. -- ---- --- ,I i i :
: I I tlu' lief' may h' "Jlut out. but Sll
:; 'i.tl .UL nn men's, women's and
s Nine of the bed shirts sent
at I were : will he. and his faundy What ill ho i
15
childnii's -hois for next days '
HO cents dozen Cash from FOR
per at Kaifoid and vv tush Pipaitmcnt, Store. Department Store. t II tin'! Iuil.lltj.tllin: at hiM own ex. 2 "
Lawtey sent in a lovely knitted .
( .. v
I
Lucile I, Afghan, but too late to got into "GARDEN" i r pen.'', 11t'1'I'n; It (policy In a Com- S
and Jliss; ,
Mi J.I M Tatum
Tat rit the week-end in JnckKonvflli Mis.; A. II. Freemnn, left Wednesday this box. In acknowledging this shipment | i I : / pony IIIl. ours world have more :
im pi for Tallahassee where she will Mrs" Arthur G. Mummer, of Ii
: enabled
II 18i 'hllll' ro'rrrd" the lo" and 2
visit her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Vatos.Mis .Inck'onvilli', nays, "I reallv feel that i t
who teaching Fieonum) will also go to Auburn, those doing the Hewing and making I : l 111111' I" 1'1I II liner hnllll' Thinl, this :
: : ,
Miss
in MnInpp taw Oak, was the weekend Ala., to visit her son Edwin, who min this nice shipment possibln should bi : ftffnaivfcrrK f : \ "r.1 r and 1 talk'! out II p0liry with UII ..

giich' of het i mule, :Mr. L. C. Powell.Cedar school there. ,i paiticularlv complimenti-d. This i tvpeof I : / .d "1It'l.. ..
work will soon bring I'lnridn'sstandard I .
Arrow shirts and collars at Sternbl'rg's. to high mark"I .
a
up very ,
Key oysters, fresh every. day.Brymer' . I II I Lust Saturday afternoon the Fi.nnncl' I : JOS. E. WILSON i
fish market phone 109.Mrs. I 1 Committee of the Hod Cross I .

Jacksonville :Mesdames F. A. Scott T. L. Z. arranged a food sale at A. M. ()arIIY' 1 1tj,1 II I .
CV. Liddon returned to -
Han' and J. F. motored to 'I his
Colley over storo sale consisted of homemade -
Friday, after a pleasant visit fintford Wednesday to attend the District candy, cake, sandwiches ( nil I I f STARKE FLORIDA i
H. Freeman
with her "i"tpl'Irs.: A.
of the Woman's
Convention salad and the Committee rleuied the .
and a number of old<1 friends. + Christian Temperance Union. nun sum of $ IO.a.i.;. t ;
----
Sugar !0 cents per pound; tomatoes :'oh.sdnl11l'Rdainc! liaisden. and A. JUWI'Iel.I'!; '::x'iUKir\i.Mi: : >. ....................................................

1r 12 cents per can; salt $1 per I;. :Moitt have their Japanese varnifch
tack ; lard i-piciul at 21 cents, at trees in full bloom. These trees are :Mrs.( rj :M. Johns entertained the

Cash Department Store the only ones of their kind in this sec Keupip Club on Wednesday! eveningat such i" Tuwiiiiiimcr\ Hoes, Raki'H,
right o'clock at her attractive homi'
then Spade->, tie., an hire in great variety
Messrs A II. Williams nail )Does prominent citizens of the Ft. ;Mrs. A. 7.. Adkins and children and Slake, and has for its features social and our reputation! for keeping high

Call section were business visitors to Mrs. Angie Sternburg motored to and patriotic objects, its rostirand iiiilitiex] : is long ostiiUi-h IVi

titaike' ;Monday. liaincsville; Tuesday to visit Mrs. Adkins' members being composed of the want you to tome hero for all your
mother, Mrs.1.. H. Edwards.IH following young ladies: :Mrs. 1M.: .
IJTIUUHIwe
garden tooLs and! implements
Call at the "i'isc-oe Sales & Service Johns. president; Neva Turner, drift Tic war may rod ihis year or next year or the next. Buiwinnever ,
for a demonstration of the J. II. Field and little vice president; Clara ;Moitt second know we can J give you
Company IH son
nds tlitn- bc
Briscoe the en. with a "Half :Million! Charles, of Pnlatkn, are visiting Mrs.( vice president; InPZ Anderson secretory tion with th'' J i"""ds und th 101i"rae'I it w1l11| a big advance in building

Dollar Miitui, Fields' pnrent.11'. nn,1Irs.. K. S. ; :Myra Barr Doris Scott Myrtle: We hue. jll"t 1'.>, ..n"I I a view opcralions.

Powell.Mri.I. Shfldrake Gladys Gardiner. farm tools toe
,
Mls Marie Livingston of Gaines- On this pleasant occasion :\1i., PR B
You will make a great mistake if you wait to do that building -
xillepent the week-end with her par Anderson, Shclilrnke and, Harr
Alma :McMillan: and little ren
While here !Miss :Martha Tison, of ;Mrs. Johns gave one of her .
visiting :Miss Rhoda Lagergren. higher. then on account of the increasecd demand.
Gainesville was! her guest.If readings. Towards the close of tho StarkeFla..

you go fihhmg, you need, a little few Break doses your of Cold 6fH:. or LaGrippo witha tf evening salad course the hostess served n delicious BUY YOUR LUMBER AND MATERIALS !NOW
and us
camping stove. Come in let I -- \\bene\er YOU !'>tre l General Tonic
show you. Starkc Hardware Co. J. F. Williams of the Providence i M l.\n-: .IlJlrHliS| | : NOT I.MUCTKIl.: : Take fjrove'ft. We carry a complete stock of Flooring Ceiling Siding

Rev. W. G. Law went down to Sarasota section was a visitor to Stark Thurs- i The grand jury of the spring! term dull The Tonic OM Standard is equally Grove's valuable Tasteless an! a/ Finishing Lumber Windows, Doors Mantles in fact any and

Saturday where he had been invited I d.IY. of circuit court for Levy county failed General Tonic because it contaIns the every peice of building material need.
to preach on Easter Sunday. In I tf find un indictment against :M. T. well known tonic properties QUI! NIN II you
the absence of his father :Mr. B. D. J. A. Pirholster of Grer Corn, was :Marfchburn end his son, Tom who end IKON. It acts on the Liver Drives Don't put off your building. Costs of all lines
Law occupied the pulpit of the First an appreciated caller at our office on were charged with killing Will Gain- out Milarti, Enriches the Blowl and are contsantly -

Baptist church. Monday.L.: ey former citizen: of Staike Iiuilds: up the Whole System. 60 cents. mounting higher and higher, and we must face the certainty

lIrs.F- D Wnmright has returned A. Brown one of Breaker's well SIt: MEN= LEFT- FOR yam-C.UII'--- J\CK-; I 1111111. +.+++4++ H tM+++ that the old low prices' are gone never to return.

home from Macon, Ga., where she known business' men, was a visitor to SON:.
went to be with her son :MrViley Starke Thursday : COMPARISON We specialize in prompt service and the best material in

Wainright! who has Ll'en'ery ill with A -taihment of six young! men I the market. Can save you on bill.
in the base hospital at R. N. Dowling, of Jacksonville, had left Starke last Saturday morning for i NV'elNVI'IK:" icmparlion, both money every

Camp pneumonia Wheeler. We are glad to state business in Starke Monday Camp Jackson Columbian, S. C., where | | as to price and quality of our
that Mr WJinnght is now rapidly imDroving. i they will become a part of Uncle + crnitu line of
J. S. Gi ;met, of Brooklyn had business Fnm's fighting force. The young men
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before the boards Monday. in the squad were: GROCERIESYou QUIGLEY LUMBER &
I Wilson Joe Peels, +
F Captain W II. Anthony, a former Bryan Downing need them-- ve
citizen of Starke. died in Washington All kind of straw lids at Stern- James Lonoie: Hightower, Percy Os- 1 them.After .
i a few days ago Captain Anthony is I berg's.T. ( teen Ernest: Crum William, Barney SUPPLY COMPANYStarke
I kindly remembered here a* a conductor Klden: Thomas. :Mr. Thomas applied, + comparing our goods and
in the Wannee branch of the S. J. Dukes of Lake Butler was a Borne time ago for a change of his positing + price with others when yoiiKNOW

[ .A. L\ Railway for a number of year visitor to Starke :Monday.A in the draft so that he could go 'I. t why Me have no fear Florida

At thf time of his death he was private and get into training to help win the % MIKE'S FRUIT STORE ,
to Congressman Frank complete line of soft collars at war. This was the 'rst opportunitythe
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; >.' FRIDAY, APRIL :5, 1918.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEfiRAPIT. SFARKE FLORID .





t ( PAGES Sracdford% Co -tyFarms and- .. Farmers I





the oath.

1- And l di earn <>r my nappy life gone by,, .mud.; know of Montgomery, we mobilIzed
h or
city
'cg.rltv( \ fie days, \Ve biiva ale military boys, you la the
Poultry boyhood
,
-,11.
', un cold I think of my happy that will
imi'a
II\III)! been in Is all ,
has
i ;vf vvhuh rough And the military way
bold
n-.h,
ROI1. I I'J" the h''nthat li.p/.i-ii, Compared, to my present civ
THE IRISH I'OT) .\1'0 t t j p" n sl, ,i' .u is i.iugliti-i igg"" "f is n"W I l"'" at ,rage for ;,1)* days> nr more' without that I way- go. Then came west where it's hardly

) --acreage in lii .id- ":"iv- tin golden theJuthel'n:: notifying the pci-on purchasing When I in happy civilian life, We are rough ana lougn, tnat s very ilized.
The Irish is arcus
potato through aitides' or
,")11""1n tid said article or toil or strife true, we're camped fora
the
much larger this yi-ai Wit Ohllll h'cr formeis Knew no troubles or In Nogalcs Arizona,
is the "cold storage
ford county .MaliNoiUi; ; of be) till death, for the
had
may no
ami it behooves thefarmer the advantage ( tic case \ Of the unknown future I But we would fight
than before appreciated cold storage while
never
long Selling .
have Blue.We're
to his crop to the U-nt' the spring crop of goods. Anyone dealt with 8i thought, red, White and in that military
protect
will be things
I of getting doing
fresh old Still
what Sam
it" Every day we are urged their hens after articles as But accepted with pleasure the military force of Uncle
'CMfcWlity.
I
marketing
I It food and the farmer who eggs and in the fall. They an unfair dealer. and sell time brought. And for the outside world ,;y to save insects l the laying season or All dealers shall quote, buy tale,
his to In destroyed by of this plan I bySouthern Rive a dam. Now I'll end this military
allows crops adoption only.
r" or disease is wasting food just believe. that chicken raisers will\ he profitable potatoes by the pound peck or bushel! is not Now it is different, I've no thought at Before I land in the military jail.
,
I' the cook or housewifewho I materially add to the Hy the quart all, I'm in the Alabama Infantry they call "F" Company,
as Walker,
t the same buriel.. and will under the law. officer's _l>vt. J. T.
the swill permitted at tho commanding the Fourth,
food into nation. to Dut jump
the permitted
of .
dumps not Alnbnma.McCALL'S
supply fish are
in food Dealers in took Fourth
I
.f reducing disease I for call.It's With Company "F" in Gudsden,
much
As a means < Id -*--- fish I by the piece or so that,,,
iiirreumng the 1'i THEHANDLING !sell' military this, and military
Irish potatoes an.l "WORK El) OFT KU sell only by pound
shall\
PLANS fish, but
each you'reat.
should spray his plants It's got to bo military whatever
the grower ()to' VEGETABLES.Fulhming : weight.Wholesalers. '
with bordiMiix; : mixturo.The handling .
.
&s. regularly 5-5-r.O: ( mixture should I'P used the efforts on thepurt hereby und notified jobbers that the following If you're going to work, or going! to \\1 MAGAZINE
lime- feed
t Miinuuus are
the
fiver( bestrictly
play
every two weeks Biwhum, federal. ruling is in effect and must ,:
well -liuU.i to growing of UruMon dealers I You've got to do it in a military way
Retail
'plants are Floiida, word adhered to. : .
and The inKroilic't.ts i tu to the requirements For April
Washington conform
III /farm i- Bulletin Inn;; been; ; ;received from : must striflly banner,
oration a.s J t'iii tlfAgricultuJ' have already been of this ruling also. 4
!
*. li'paitmint'' effect that plans! in military man-
! No. 8liS of the U. : this Florida per- of mill feeds, the margin And I we have to cat a
for handling In car lot of d e-
f"ll<''' ': "nrll'dJIll wakes dozens
x [' arc n" which were inl'IrC'1'l be 50 cents per ton. In ner.
blue tnrl./ < ) : II'- unable" on schedules of profit will
(
f Copper sulphate I lots, $1 per ton. Delivered! suggest on s
Quick lime r, II'--. during, former years.Mr. that tinsmatter less than car additional delivery When we go to drill, no matter how lightful
"oI'reparr -. Ueatham hal insisted to customer when .
tit gm : will
Water tll n.iki.: from warehouse airy, r of which exactly
with the greatestpnssiblt' railroad point or many
l hy suspending beyond that'smilitary. ?
taken
sulphate|' be up sweaters for '
the. copper| i i Retailers It's leave oft your -
l below the port of the food is necessary, $1.50 jor ton Spring
sack\ just efforts on fit into your
in .1 gunny at :;
has bel'nIhut allowed $3: per ton ;ti
e result be
of vvulrrin and the will
of military
ml gallops administration out
surfac of s--vi I when We sing military songs, McCalls Patterns
the : ton
E clean barn, 'I. When the sulphate all brunches of the food I administration point of purchase or $I per books, wardrobe.

n which quires three or handling perishables such asfruit delivered. food and military show exactly how
military
U dissolved the uck and stir and vegetables shipped! from Millers may add a jobbers profit in We have '

four hour-, remove water combined in one greatIfoit to retailers and consumers in cooks. them out to the
V additional
selling to
have
state military 't carry
enough this do a fe
into the bnirel And when we sleep we ,
I. problem and they may
i) exactly] H.'i:! gallons of thetopper .-. toward a solution of the lots of one ton or more, advantage.
1 tod make by profit to the mill price snore, I { ,:' best possible
solution. Prepare the lime olflcialt add n retailer's in less than Under n military blanket, two by four.It's ; ?
thoroughly in a of the railroad soiling to consumers
and A meeting in this desolate land
it slowly military, but
slaking all
.strain mind add enough of the southern and northern one ton lots with this military PATTERNS
covered
barrel,
clean water to make exactly 2ii lines was held in Richmond, Va., on The margins of profit must bo And now it's band. : McCALL -

tf additional of lime mi Ik. Stir thoroughly the 20th for perfecting the schedulesFlorida strictly adhered to by all dealers and i

gallons shippers can now rest assured any reports of higher): margins charged another big

unI that their needssill be taken wholesalers!, jobbers or retailers After military comes t

Tour the two inltredi'ntllI1to\ .L. .fnil. to gave .....by. __.. ft for ;immediate investi- word, .... ,. J
intoea and they cannot -- + : : .
other barrel, or, better, directly cure of for Willuu" That in Uncle Sam's army is often W ,
will hold 50) gal! credit to tho food administration gation"KI'LTUIt". 'i'
lank, if it heard.It .
For April
the spray stirthoroughly result obtained in getting e
to 'client rk
important the exi TAUGHT I
(1UI.ATI0NI
: Ions !It is highly adjusted. : AS SIIK is I is P1'
t and to this matter properly of word to my notion, i AJ
1 n
the mixture very Beacham .\ndl\ h-
:Mr.
i' strain both ingredient before otherwise theyan I Through the authorities: the work at of Washington, no- A young ]lady living: in an East Tex A glance at regulation sox and i regu- f Sale
Now
intothe sprayer, as and miles from shoos, on
lation
put curried, on past the as town not more than 125:::;
nozzles might I sorts the
of the spray gutiationH days ago make old plow boy take
+' clogging: wire of iigi'{culture and directly Kemp received 1eU..r] home Will any "roa 8873 wm.t e3mUklrt >
bronze
result Use, copper or department Director of Kail- from her lIcl.thl'nrtho is a prisoner blues, BJ70 .
)I'' stininer of 18 meshes to the Inch. I to the attention who of shown that in Germany. In (the letter ha Wool knit sox shoes broad as creation COMPANYNew
sulphate or bor- road :McAdoo, was McCALL
* Do not put copper would! result if I"loridaperishables stated that he was getting: all he wanted THE
vosSi inn
iron
into tin or a (treat the Germans to wear them-it's reg Atlanta
mixture that
i deaux containers were not taken care of.Ml to eat and wear and Jut! you've got San Francisco
'"*" wood copper could,\ York
or he .
ti\ lief" : use were as kind to him as ulation.A Toronto
!Mi c the bordeaux I'M needed and apply !. S\viAT ty'ili; l 'lnT\: '. ask for. His nl-so said he was spndir.j\ ': I Chicago: Horton

{ at once. It is never so good. after I her hU watch na a keepsake, for he regulation shirt, with a turn down r

it has sittlod. has lately acquiredfrom see her again.! Later she collar.Regulation .
U. C. Sweat might never
is to lie, used againstdisease ''I, "" of she went to breeches, that cost two dol
This
.
spray" acres and when
of insect nttatk B. F.I Seals] about > > got: the watch
( only and in case should be i land I lying south of W. A. Dubosc's wind it, it would not wind. She carried lars.Regulation. ALL PRAISE BRISCOE
arsenate spray don't know the BRISCOE OWNERS
lead the I
+? n and cost of the railway Almost all of it to n jeweler and down in leggins,

vis.'d.. land is under cultivation and Mr.Swial works the man had secreted n note on price
this PERFORMANCEThose
aucri
"t I To use either of these must sprays be seourthf \ : is busy erecting! new wire fence's I n little scrap of paper in which he stated I've never seen a pair made real nice, .
-fully a spray pump' around it and making other imnrnvcjrm.nts. that all he had said in the letter Regulation overcoats are not for sale -- --- ----
V
,.,| kind and MM'. o( outfit beinggoverned I had eighteen pounds and best qualified
t was a lie: that his nose and cars But they weigh who are driving Briscoe cars are
of gprayinu :
: ,'_ I by the amount 'evernlfal'mel'lI \ Mr.; Sweat has also bought, : 40 acres been cut otf by the Germans and hi have frock tails. merits of the car with the million-dol-

.ff' to be done. In many instances email acreage! of land south of and adjoining dipt. \ would never see her again: for he was Then a regulation tie and a regulationhat to speak of the for them to talk

' having each u, I' Mickey's place southeast of Starke.This a sight that would throw the strongest: lar motor, and we are never afraid
could co-operate In buying u sprit will bo fit. The j'irl: And regulation step that you have "
but vomiting
l wait until blight ha;! land is all in timber, stomach into a a right out "in meetin'.
not
outfit. Do field but bwgitS cleared l for cultivation as soon ntpossildo. > who received! this letter lives at Na to drill at. I

gotten a start in your it Once These purr bases, together eoKdiichoi) and there are people in Read what Mr. C. C. McCall of Guilford has to say

ti'' spraying at once anil keep diseased up., the with the land he already owns, makes Kemp who know her, and know thstory The bugle blows reveille in a military I
t become ,
the plants have I Tex.) about the Briscoe.
farmers one.Kemp ( ,
b 'v1) not so antis :Mr. Sweat one of the biggest to be a true way
It I : results of spraying disease are by spruyinvapparently ( in this neighborhood. 1'lWSllIrd1! : 13;:;, 1)18. You dress in your regulation clothes BROTHERS & COMPANY
I'' :p factory. Prevent j Hog raising is his specialty) and ho for the day McCALL
i healthy plants. MrKlNNEY:; KECE1VES: it's militarythe
above 111l1 own! 50 head of poikers. Among VOLLEY At morning's roll call Manufacturers of
referred to
oS Tmany he bulletin 1 Duroe hour of nisai.VKGE FIICI sKitvict same
Ii others that will Hid farmers in I them is a pure-blooded beside Naval StoresGuilford
number !
their crops 'immense Ril.('. The tusks of this animal You have regulation
and protecting
growing to tit are so long that they sometimes Graham, April 'J.:! After spending: your name.
may lie' secured by applying got tangled! up in the fence nnd hold six: months in the training camp nt' They make military police out of: us Fla. March, 18, 1918

County agent. .. -- .- -.... him captive until relieved.nF.D Camp Wheeler, Mr. Volley :McKinnej all,
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-.------ honorable discharge: And police the streets 'till we hear Moore
C.KOW VEGlil'.11U,1:41:111): ; : : :; : has: received un we Rosenberg & ,
iin WORK( ANIMALS.: and returned to his home at Sampsot mess cull.

Threatt-ned Shortage i>f Seed l for I'.H'J! \! City lie was here on a visit will We eat spuds and bull 'neath the Star Starke, Fla.

i Provide \ our (Is) \n Supply.. A work animal is a great deal liken his sister, :Mrs N. I n. Wynn, Wedncs Spangled Banner I Gentlemen:

machine-it must: have plenty of day and Thursday.Mr. Then wash our moss pans in a mili-
I' with Briscoe
(!rowersvof root stops of all kinds.I power and that power comes as a result J. A. J. McKinney and wife, of tary manner. I am pleased very much my

who me likely to need seed for planting of receiving plenty of fuel in the Sampson, were hero Tuesday! visiting It is giving me good service. It is a good pullerin

in IID! would il JO) well\ to Ulustops '. 1'01'11of good feed. The farmer who their daughter, Mrs. N. I). Wynn, Then we go out to drill with gun and car. I want to the Briscoe uses the lesast
and
to insure at least n partial sup iloes not keep his animals well fed Mr. Homey Andrews of Starke, wa:;J side arm I sand, say

r 1+; ply by I growing it themselves. lilt\ I should not expect: them to work to full a business visitor here Wednesday! We don't take them along to protect gasoline of any car on the market.

1 tt ___ lw done only l by the use of roots'r capacity The University of 1"101'1<1I :textension ."n." Tom Roberts. of Archer \vu-9; us from harm doubt what I have to.. say about
can to
; ; division will help to figure ; et"f; 'i Abernathy have ammunition during the If anyone seems
already grown and now in the ground you the Mrs. :. D. For we no tell
' (..' or held in storage. Such crops as 1'11'"II" I out a balanced ration for your Wednesday.Mr. day, the Briscoe, I can cite them betterthan! I can
;
+ rots, beets, onions, turnips, rutabagas: work animals. Willie Maine passed through: And a gun to run with would be in the them.

parsnips, and salsify lire involved. --- son7"\\oKMNO. here \Vidnc.l-.y'l enrouteto'Ionteochn way.
Weather conditions in the regions! k CCl''f11E: ; : where he will visit his grandparents, So you see it is useless for me to any Yours truly,

I where the chief send supply of these Mr. anti ;Mrs. O. W. Maineg. lie has It's to have breaking rules of the mil- C. C. McCall.

imps is produced have IWl'n'l'I'Y un- Farmers who i arc growing tin early been in service of Uncle Sam at CampWhfiler itary way.We .

tuvornble MO' far this your. This flirt, I truck crop should make plans at once ) Ga., for quite a while have military Captains and military -

together with the certainty that the for planting a succeeding crop on the :Mrs David Kelly spent part of ]last Lieut, the Briscoe Army and have Car Satisfaction.
mttertulmay Join
u-uul European: sources cannot he rein.I -ame sod :Much fertilizer week in Sampson) City visiting; friend And a military Major who wears military : I
: lie wasted if i this is not done, for I .
I boot-
threatens
I upon to supply us, a and relatives
f. see 'Wi-itlerable! shortage for next: leaching and weeds will soon mako Mr. McDonald, of Lake Cutler, wn I BRISCOE SALES & SERVICE COMPANY i
.
Sir 'Pr'ntinl Since it takes two away with the available plant food, a business visitor here Wednesday.Mr. :Now-; the militaiy way to you seems

M-i i.induce, these seeds, this says the University of Florida exnsinn : J. I." Barry made n business tripto hard I Starke, Fla. I

: 'hi in only be alleviated by the \ t,% division. New River Monday.Mr. I But it's not so had in the National
of roots The farmer who has been unablenet of Columbia,
I pIn''or seed itui.tftiiym u I Wyatt A. Taylor
tll : nerd canes should grow S. C. here I'riday evening and
s... a r't" wn -
so\\
i* d of the crops mentioned above sham for his customary supply of gave an interesting lecture on Christian -

i .in readily be grown over a wide "UI). The crop U good for forage as Endi'Hvor" work. Ho was accompanied II

,tinge' of the Southern states. It is well. I by Rev. McGuire, of I'alatka.

highly desirable that persons having r\STOR--IUAN---: --'fmrrR' \ :; r :Mr. D..1. Byrd attended the union j jnt

uniform, well-selerted, and sound >l.\\' mi 1.-: ; '\11'1'1-:1); : Theressu Friday anti Saturday. j jMr |' How Much Do You Spend
roots should plant some of them for J. R. Koville wife and little J

heed.t visited relatives -
._ The matter of exempting workersngngwl IotrandOnu"rey Barry
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In castor Lean culture until nt Ilrooker Saturday
sroi LOSS or 1.10.000 r.r.r.s.; after the beans are harvested: l, was ta. Misses Cleone Moore and Bessie 'I Each Month?
1..1'I
ken up with the department! by Collins Jones of Hampton, attended the '
Over I:;0t111u.oa0( eggs will be lost :
(iiltott, of Tampa, who has contracted lure here Friday evening:,
the Unilei
to the food "uPI.ly..1' for 10,000 acres. In I reply to Mrs. D. J. Byrd spent the weekendat

States: if the old prm-tico, of semlmt. hu wire ho received the following Cooler Pond with her son, J. N.
mark t at this season is i I'nn.i'
hens to i
compiled the poul, t..I"tl'am! : Cyrd.Mr.. "Can't exactly tell," you say. Of course you can't unless you pay
tinued. I-'igures
.. ) of Hastings, is
Wire designation and) addresses) of Frank Walker

i' try specialists+ of Agriculture of: the United show SlutciDepartment thaI 't all district boards having juuMdiclionOl'l't i visiting! his. grandparents, hCl'e11': your bills by check. People who carry their money around in

than .00uoi laying hen earl: any employees of cantor bean and Mrs. Groriro,, Stnna." their pockets seldom know how, when or where it goes.
more I contractor. *. AInan1\ (''', order and! Mr. F.arnie Howling, of WaMo, attended -
capable or front producing the Southern"l: eggs'' ,Stalls tire sin ir erial/ numbers and designation of |o.ral the lecture\ here Friday evening A checking account is the logical thing for you. It prevents the

to the market winter and early spring.Every \ boards of all individuals you' know I indiscriminate waste that leads to poverty, and at the same
r who are liable to be drafted: in tear Mr. Chesley Fi>irg: motored over toLuke
effort, therefore, U \licinflmade '
t : farmers to koertheir future. In meantime instruct all suli. Butler Sunday. } time keeps a book account of your expenditures.You .
to vncouiage
,-ont ractoito' apply to all local+l boardshaving Dr. Thomas made n business tripto
hens until after the spring laying jurisdiction over any of their tal'ket'dn"dny.. are invited to open an account with us, and there is no
dividend.!
season, thereby getting n employees to request extension of time Those attending the convention at time today.
the bin through: the win as opportune as
for keeping )
for tiling claim in nil\ cases. Statsrequest Lake Butler Sunday from here were
ter. The specialists point out thai is made on authority of this Mrs. Cora Abernathy, Mrs. Equilla

when a hen is sold for meat early ir telegram. SQL'IF.R Dixon: Mrs. Eva Barry, Misses Bun- !!

. the spring the farmer cots no egg return Chief Signal OiVicer. I rile Graves, Alina and Clara Price, ''
r. for feeding and keeping hei BANK OF STARKEState
Daisy Belle Reynolds Ethel and Ma-:
.\ ( through the worst months of the year DKM.ERS TO llfry AM: SELLPOTATOKS hey Byrd, Messrs. J. R. Reynolds and

JJ Moreover, the hen is marketable as : UY WEIGHT ONLY: son Frank, Perman Roberts>Willie I
has produced her
she
} I poultry after Price and Matthew Wasdin. ,
spring eggs Poultry in May may Other Rulings by State and Federal :Mr. R. R. Jones and wife made a County and City Depository ..
bring 2 cents a pound less than it <1't'9In l"M>Administrators.,
business trip to Starke Saturday. ,
February but they point out the I STARKE FLA.

/Ii- SO( eggs produced by the hen largely Among the rulings promulgated by THE MILITARY WAY. J

f from wastes, more than offset any rein the rjderat Administration in

"' it t \' duc l the price offered for liver vahlnfton are the following Some days I gj out on the mountains

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Ji liaVbeeu hU "I't'Ii':7i'll1l'Ir..r.J: : inconveniences I I + + + + + + + + + + . + + Y + + r

and Imperfections musthave I TO PUSH BUILDING OF I II RED CROSS TO COLLECT + LEGAL NOTICES .

I been Inevitable for In every way + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

afterward the most thoughtful and ''111 I; III'" I'Tt\rlI'; Tl> Al'PLV fOKI

tender cure was shown us. In the long RED CROSS HOUSESHome CLOTHING FOR BELGIUMHoover tTl'rW'; .T.
s' t r "lie n"- lint lime
.nd.'roIIn.,1 I
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1rjJOVERiTHERE rows of huts which compose the Url t. ; I i mi > t. ,.' !MM.,,.nl'li. ""I.".. c.u.

tbh general! hospital at Rouen we i."i. ni i "i. if I'.I *. it..,, Florida,. on the tool' .
I dos' l AMU I A l>. II.H, fn* I l.ll.ra patent,
I found ourselves In what seemed like Service Work For Army Camps ;, ,
Asks Davlson'a Aid In Work in. '! a"I uA n .ANltRRWt COMPANY,
paradise.In Stressed In Conference At Divl. tm',I. r th. fi'llnu ,UK I',' .pi.. cl.iit ii-r. the or-
The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches. the but which constituted the .Ion Of Relief itntuii' tif .Ahioh ,it. now in Itt In tho office or
Headquarters tin --"cItinI)' of Siil uf Floililn.
Described special ward for leg wounds I was A.
bu an American I. 1"IR'I' i.
Bolds -. '
.' lifted from the stretcher which I A. .
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on A very Important conference touching Beginning larch IS! and ending I.
W II : .IR
JI s SERGEANT McCLINTOCK bad traveled all the way from PczlercsInto tin- work of the American Red March IS, u nuven day, nationwidecampaJgn Propnurd (' .. of ,\'Nr'I'Wq. .>.. Com

a comfortable bed with fresh Croat In the army camps of the South will to carried! on by tho tm.iy. I
bonby aum-tatc themm'l
I' clean sheets rind Instantly I found myself *rn DivlMon American Red I'W"1I and that Tintinilornlirnoil, .
nan held iu Atlanta a few \.. t".thr for the pii-pone of farming nearli'nntnn
surrounded with quiet trained day ago There .were present not Com minion for pellet In 11.1 lgliun l- i under nod liy vlr .in of the Lawn

,n Seraeant' Alexander 1'IcClIntock of Lexington' r D.. and the Canadian< efficient care. I forgot the pain of my only fol W. 1,, reel 1. Division :\hnl\*" to eruru 1111lolnlllnl ,f th". Slut charti, of Fl-irlili. wit ii mifollowing V
Army Has GrIpPIng Tale That Every American Will! Real for He wounds and the dreud of the coming clothe 100111111 i
Tells pr; C. 11 Hhl"I'II. Ai oi-latc Manager. quantity of S.OOO ton of Artlrl. I.
the
Facts-Unadorned. Wounded< a Distinguished Conduct Medal Man. operation when n tray of delicious food for of thl'i ciirpnrntlnn shall bt A.
_ lIe Was Invalided and Z. tleunctt 1'helin., InvUlon t>lro. I time deiitltut people of Itolgium Thr nil
Home But Is Golna "Out rhff' II. ANDKKAVS: mid, biuliwitnhall
Again to FlgbtIEor beside bed und 't
imrwo UI''Y.
'iI was placed my u tor of thu amid the occupied of Northern (
: Uncle Sam and< His Allies. Aa Inspiring Interesting Personal Durcuu! Military: Relief together portion hr ,." . .nll..I.1 the state
,..,Karrativ.., Full of the Spirit ana. Atmospbero of ibo Trenches. prepared me for the enjoyment of It with number' of the Rod CromField Prance, At the r" qn...t of llcrbortHoovur of Kloiuln. and. other t"I.. toe', Unitedatiti
by bathing my face dud hands: withIICl'nh.t Director chairman of tbo"nJmltl.lon : of Aiii.'rica uliunivrr I prnHlablr. fleece
: und! Anslalimt 1'leld of
ire in- Tho principal nlace h"tNhnl -
,I I AAuter.tm Directors for lUlinf In Bolgluio. Henry F. l'Tl- "n..nl.'I.
I from the camps, but o.e InIn lh. Town at It.lrord. Dr.d.
I 2ZZI.ZZIZZIIIZZZZZtwt the following morniug my log also \\' "n'unk rurKua, lUrouor (Jn I eon. cbalrman of the Red l'oe. War ,.,i.l I I Florid
Inst stages of my trip to Po- 'r,1 ,f51..lattt'Prnnn l I told Artl.'lo 2.
"n.1t rrll"ml'nf was X-rnyed and photographed CouucU
eral of ivlllau !! ; has granted tae use of tho na- I ." tbo binlm Iraniui -
Relief; iliury :S: 'hi t-.nrrnl flat or
X cannot tell .
e e anything, for I or- were In h-ir. They took those' out the I thought the business, of 1 .
I mj surgeon Thomi'-oii! :NiitlomU' Director of the tlouiU/ Red Oo.* oririmltatloa fur uollooting ,", ui In 'ra..1 or n ..1"..." b> salt! !
fd unconscious from loss of blood. and pro-i'iiti'il' heat. to mo. 1 have operating could very well be put off Huieau the needed cJutlilnni I .> moil shall IKI To onirnito In wboltaalaI
lost I reim-mhiT i-f Camp service,, and Charloi ." I it i ,ill m I ;.Je unit pnitniiri.on; | bu..ii i-
iff .1
was that the for. '
been ,fl h'lnltill III n\Miy for !suuvenlrs.We until I had! hud about three more E. Fez i tin coTumMnkm bin. allowed moiit 01. tr.ir bui ..,
AIIRI.lnut l Director of v'muj i nt i. .1 1 t. tiny r- ne
..Lwalter."ltll'lIt1y seeing thnt II wore fnlrly comfurtablo In the square meals, but bo couldn't see It Service Of IU local committee to disband be- i i"'11 I mil" ih tale.1'1''fonnvctiil Ihorowltb un
In '
l going out asked me to direct him ambulntKv, und 1 perlally hud great. that WII)'. In the iifternmu. I !got my charge of loiHirurtion.A I o&iu. of the flnwiulal arrangements I .'i I I nn.i riuniiP l <.hnniro ("I lt*.lf .I at-
number vt Important luattaravrerw made lut f r .thin. AI l kinds uf rill or {Mrni -
to reach the June with \4. IO"ul'n1l1l'lIt.It I"
field hospital, station relief trom the fact that the nurse. first. sickening dose of ether, and they I ,
." ti htrtovv ",' the "*
dim mmd. AIUODK th"ui being> th hud fumed to the lied Ci.> for "I. m.I' IeI 1
iperwonni'l su
,Pozlercs Dud nhom to ask for when had !strapped'| uiy leg Iu n sling. atfuelled took the first lot of Iron out of 1II1!. I I' r i t 'oii'iiov' Iii t 1' I.... or other
1', Iu the> training "ramy Lot h"l'h..re the Kx-al committees of it' . I b' t.r lo dual In umrti "
got tlicrtI came hack to con- ti> that top of tho "I'hldl'V suppose Ihl'sel'rl' Just thu surface betiding tad.! inHiinlnx of the lUxi i'roiliouson the Rell..r CoDimliMlon are .tIll intact. I I ,::', :11- I':, e,.Ir:.1. other:! ,v'aoliaafr .I :;

ness In a clean hospital cot the smoked cigarettes, and rimttt'il cheerfully dl'potllts. for they only, got live or six fi i I' ci>iivHl Hfi?ut. in tb, camiui, they will work Nde by side whim the in ",iKi'iti-n \\itli iho liualllOM of the .:

: morning! ;| oxrhiitiKlng congratulations on pieces., IloAAcver they continued systematically. and the ai'>! ulntim-nt at directors for QA{ Cro. Chapters i", t 'i "n. Article 1.I .

;realized us I I lay on that cot I \vui having got "clonn ones"-that Is, I had Uve more operations these! hour..", niiitiui.tlon* regarding The practically entire exblluatWI1 of I I II.I f'np [Int St."k ,; IhU '..U"n .hal

_;dtof, the modern hell for u time and wounds. not probably, f.itul. The artillery and every time I came out of hoaplt.ilnt\ < un.xtlun" ."n'IAll1l the olothluM:, show anti leather In oo<-upldHflrhini :' ,I., I I. liotttiittil I .$| .ooii.noi."U.la.)

mind drifted bade over the dnj-s ollicer 1..11111'. he hud beon supporting the ether' the row of bullets! and shell relation of the Homo ttorvlo depart- and t4orlhern Francs and the ..!iiio, ,,1, ,,I r.ii.do., dno Hutiilriil Iliinilr, I ,'\ par
; oaeb.
t PWlBl'd."ounlld! men grim roUders our Imitation that morning scraps nt the foot of my bed was n went I I.. Lit. dtH'iu-tment of MilitaryHellef lUoilAg of ta /"* neceeslusa in tliaworld' f, i r -n.l, t in,.itnl) :. l.rk 1.lh.11'. "'" 'eI'ol Payment.
_ mull r Hie Importance of It.itu market ate making It inCrvalagly .ii-h. ,rue .i.r in iiropiTtv., -
till .
were ubout me, many ofem with ono of the "Micrlnce hnttcrlca. little longer. After the number had 1'1 .
Betvk to the men In the trA' ln'ol' Oifflonlt for Ui. OomuiJ nlou ul i tit l I.ir niiil I rfu<>i nl I latlon Ihandar, to l
i worse off than I \\iis. I had seen A suorlficp buttery. I might explain reached tw-vuty-twu they told mo that camps and In UHf trenches, which i to kelp Clothed sod. ibnd the unfprtunM l, M ,1' I Iv 11- H..aril .f Dlirctorl I! thin 0"

t"kinds of bravery-British officers! Is one composed' of Held pieces, which perhaps there were u few more In latter" wan taken up with the Held directors people in th** t,rrltoH.... tn addltwfa IM.i in i'HI.

Dblng calmly over the top with are unplaced between the front and. there but they thought they'd better by Mr Fermms. | to _W materUl. g-lfU
QOcles In their eyes end cnnes In support lIues and which In case of an let them "ttl)'. The volume of Horne H.rvlo workto and surplus clothmg: ibo .. blaAk.l., ..,,| ,1.1 I h., N,, Ij. MmYiin ., .hol

heir, hands into almost certain death I atttKk or counterattack are fired at My wounds had !become, septic und bo don. nncraaltateii the appointment flannel cloth rto.. I\.t'e needed' la Jar,* .. Arllrl S.

ke i a. man getting! Into a tub of water It was necessary to give all attention of an associate field! director In I ouantitlM from th. people C* the Vuitti r.'n.hii Th ..ti ,'bIho: 'H, or r.illoninif:thin II coriioiatl.in:oriri'iri A aha'l Preal-br h hd

there he knew hu would get wet. to drainage and cure. It was about charge of home service who will work 8tMt... I, tit. VIM' I'.hh'r'| Sorn-tiii-v unit Tr ....-
"' with the regular Hold director la the I Ttra dooaUotu win b* BhJjped at r 1",1" It anl of thriH Iilnctnin. The olTntor
i'fCome'! on ; let's go !r" they would this time that everything for awhile c&mp. There will wile b.. a How Service ono to the AUaotlo inalMMU-d and Boat Saline i and t ''I Inntoiivr ..S 19 boll by

awl. My respects to them. seemed to become hazy and my memories director on every transport that oren a. for dtJItr1kUon.i "...- ,uml. 11 ... ",. .iionion, ". Imanl of illi.it.n I
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I -" I li. cl'a :And also to mixed! anti 'Im.
the nil 1
[I enemy. The German got queerly up carrier. American troop to Pfarye, eo ,
-- -- tin linn ".h..t of Iho by-law. at nntiiiu 1
Beers fight to the lav t. Few surren 1 I' confused. I recollect I conceived a that every loldler who U>*vet familyor i I li l.kn than lhi"i nor "'0',1.1.1 Ih.n aovenI .

der. My hat off to them. And the violent dislike l for a black dog that appeared bubins.- worries behind mny hare I In dl r. r[.. lm.l l.o li'rt..l, by the fti.ck-
CANTEEN SERVICE FOR i I ii,, I,ul.i t ,r* nt' nrh. annual, nn>otlnir. mad all nth relti
to whom for said
ead brave Miijor Lewis antI poore3'arland 1 from nowhere now nnd then someone to turn help ". n if f'.irto ntlon I rash bn etacto.1i.nut ,
0t 1.1.
my close comrades. And! end began chewIng nt my leg and I adTloe. The problem of keeping ap .'Iv' i t\ 1. 1.,.niil, iif ibroi'toni an Rain .MI

18'the other duy 1 read Corm I f !believe I' ave the nurse severe talking the morale of the army By making aloe' hi ii fur auniuil mi'otlnir or tho .tickiiII.
Lance< ; u them undenUnd that th-jlr families SAMMIES IN FRANCE I I i" the annual "., of Iba toell-

Glass, the man 1 t carried In after w4 to because bho Insisted on goingto ftro well looked after while they ar* : IH.I.JIII uliiill h. In Iii on .rln.,.t 1101'1.1. Intiiniiiir" ,

'first bombing raid In Ilclglum. had look on at the ball game when she away us keli as that, M helping lo i t Iv i ,In of ,,1 \'.'.r' rr Inn tit n on'I.em.Itatetl time .''t tt

i killed In action In France. I saw ought to be sitting by to chase thut maintain a normal standard of \livingIn Hd Oroe T* 9erv Bay I In The FrontLine th. Hi" I 1.1",0."",.., m"11 1'1' ahull .livlnl im.l

tip a Montreal pnper. I dog OWII)'. And) I wns perfectly certain the fajiilllu where (IIP ma areaway ",...;.d. ,h. hu.ln..t his C rt'trntlnn .".1

They, ; vaccinated me for everything about her J'lnllllt the ball game belong to the Home Service or Trench. l. A. "n r It,1",1, '" by,'wR tit, Trout r.lWlne".hit.A oirii.Tn :

:bile with the iirmy-everything I'Xt' because I saw her there when 1 way Civilian RI'II..r Heimrunent '! Mill. Vtr >'ri iilont.
"At th* 1 nlll"1 r>f ihs Napoleonicriiinpulirnn :\i.iln\t-.. IT Sect.. ,fury end Truss
against living xhot. If u man plti}'Ing, third base. The American lied Cross hAUl Juet&rTtUlpd \ I
aid :Mr Persons, "It worotlmntod II r.
ild Invent an antitoxin for that- The Alarming Cablegram.It Hull the inoialc of the army to CKlaMi/in with the Aiuarl- rAn.l ii,. surd A. I). Andre.,",. A. T MlU'll.

X he would be u hero. was at this tlmi (onuv. 2S!, 'was mon Important him ammunition can trovLf In I'm no* a front line oon nn.l I \V II ,\nln'w.. .tr' lllrotitoniA \ .

I 11)10) \ ten diijs alter I had, born wounded in tie ratio of 3 to 1 In I"he vn>!..ut teen HcWcr similar to that through than '1 lln, m "n"u. .11 of I b< A.Inil"'oili.ma nr liltliliu -
which they have nerved inor hl..1 ,
that my father In Ie\lngton received war one nf the grontodt I KntfllKh. g:"neralM ) I. l Ilia. rornoratlon' can at any
the following cnbligrum from hat ?ptlniiitfd tow ratio ut H to a million pollm> with urit drink during inn. .nllcl,! | m.,.,If .ttni) I. the aiim' of Tw.ll-
the last ilx moatliD, X-onllrii to a I in' 'Ileneenil I(2xneo.na) Dollnra.
the otllctr In charge of the Canadian 1. HCIIIKHHnl<'H I Irt more Imyort.uit tin, : : ami I nr ) t t
No.6''DECORATED cable just received' by time War Council naint" r. ogrr.vs' th* iifletlbinittm
e.e,1. q records! In Ki IIIIIlI : to the Limited HHlc-( < troops than to I from Major James II. Perkins, Red ,'?ii.rnl.| ri t.itri'iit.r' wail '''o nniount BllllA"I' -
hour of ; and. Prance because "', !
FOR England I Onninitniilnner ". RN .".
Cnjua to I< raucA
.
| Anilnua. Rtaifonl., Fl.irlila, Forty
I ol.llom\ lavatwo
the Frem h anti ICnitllRh
:Two of the Nursing Sisters Were the Sincerely regret to Inform you that Borfceant I This Mill conalut of rolling c*nto.uatatlotieil ,r. _.
BRAVERY HOME AND wivkv' I"'LVI.Vflr 9a days, ran I MmA
,
, : Alexander McClintock In oflUliilly
Coolest Individuals Present close behind the front lint T Mm'II. Htilforil. tlorMa.
reported dangerously 111 In No. 6 general return to their homnn snot look after of Him,,. Tl.\
f trenches. There lAte now fifteen
UNCLE SAM hospital from gunshot wound In loft ttilKh.\ their iniiHt )pressing himlneBR affairs U II Andrev, Ir. llalfor.. llni'da: '1.1.
I point blank range. They call themsiirrlilce I'urthcr particular supplied when re- for thwiriHi'lvcii Hut the, InI'M"I\\! these operating bAhln4< the f'l1l'l t\' 5hfi, ,,,.

! I Initterlvi' because Home of ''I cel%'eil. soldier who toPs| to Franco will ;'rot". ItnxH, from "111"1 flftf or 1 10 ILr". .\. I ,AMpn.'IWHA ,
Alexander McCllntock.D. of drinks are " !MIHM.AV
BO Sergeant
.
out day. This .lnt
them are wiped every ably In France until time rod oe( rectvt.I(
I C. ri.. S7th Overseas Batr. I It appears that during! the time of stay dally, usually l tn the umiUI hour II. nNDKKWK.: Jit.S'II'F
'
said I tmttallon that morning
olllci-r our tin
the war. find It I I. only through : 01 I.DIUPA.lilt .
Canadian Cren. Guards< I my adventures with the black dog and of that Thm ,'tnk.1.. IIBAJtrOfD.Ii. .
hud been supported by fin entire dllPlon Ilonii'" Kcrvh. llcpartin.nl of the ltu.1| mornlnl 'TIJ
.,:' of ort IIh'ry and that on our frontof the Inattentive nurse my temperature CrusH that liN mind can tie relieved. served rrl. the men oll 01 I I (. ,, I N.itmy I'uhlln :n anti for said'
i 'iii .Miali.
oft duty. ty iwnionnlly nup.'ari'il A. DAmi"
",.P.'COPYI'I&ht.191j. by tho Bell Syndicate, Inc.J --UK) yards the eighteen pounders, had ascended to the stage when Ibo from all worry ciiiircrnlnu. affnliH'' mat .nllna service has proven of such ;: ,, .t. '1 r, himi I, unit W II Anilrawi.:
doctors begun to admit another method \ horns HO that his emir. attention cnn Jr. ,In im will k",.Mil tbo | dr"r -
lire which hinted I. 1
*':This Is the ron'-ludlng article of the alone. In a curtain be tonrenlrietrd I 1 on soldbalnt"l value to the I.nrl tint the American i ill it r '10, and win '" tbi. I""on., to
of treatment might have been' successful. 1.1..1 lan .
hud, Ilrd ('r" to .
illschnrgeilI"IK haM l the
thlrl minutes Hi. ,
.twII .
army n"y'utN' "pndn.rd) ' nn l thoy ittulls -
six McClintock.Gn HliiHiraliiuiB of the, value 0'( '
M
aeries ht-tycant .
of fiji
} ( Hut I didn't out. Tho ny ,
,
: 5)) rounds of high expletive ...hell>!. pass have' this inrvlnillr rtly In touch iii-Ko.'uhiivii h fare ni.Iba* they asarnlul -
American bay nf Lexington ]_1/., I ; ono thing I most regret about myclose HnniM SnrvU-H in th' (h'llnlnll'IUII!'" with the nearawl I. mum. f.n iho ".rl.<>i'. therein ..xI'r' -
\who hat seenirinc, in France wasI I was liiipri-sscd by his ! : Lexington I I. often done
the ( >
cull Is that In
course, hut I told him that while thiswas my parents' DlructorK, and! the dutli-x of tlm rell < I\\lisrsa I \\ 11110'-' I ".-
hrr.unC."t
decorated for tracery and Invalided ,, were unrelieved suspense under, ..., nlsll| || tire and rt'pi1r' ml.iin.l. tad . Hill. .
this ,
of iiinmuitttlon. ini'n In 'harK" of branch ut the ) .1 III IJI.
tin astonishing lot and, ..f ,. A. f. "l''li
1Iome. He has been promised a corn- :I about my condition until I myself sent work outlinedIliiiO nl'l tit (treat bravery yint.iithyTho day M..c"
It even more surpri. -lug to have JNO. A. nnooKS.
UIIM '
Aniprlcnu mnn-
yelfseiOn in our a"m1The first five theta n cublo from London on I>ecem- |N. Thnmpnon, national direo army (flf'n morn Sent, Public.
noticed I at dose\ ." ,< I did, the this N.ilu-y
range' u ki-pn IntiTKMl having
,f installments told of the ftyhtin-g in her' 1">. After the llrwt olllclal message tor of the Bun-nii of Tamp Si-rvlcr, It..tnl u t.It or Florula.Mv .
where1q'wae I number of icrmuns; they missed! Toward "frvll'e tit the di poHul of time AmerlcaH. r".I." ixpi"" mo Stay of
8ergtain and, an the Somme almost spoke! nn tho dates of the military 1.I' .
'
.It seemingly/ prepared as n have naked time Rod! Cross o nn I .
wounded. Thisinatallmint the end of our trip to Cuntny we field directors In the ramps mid thi-lf troops j and rnlr..5 I i
<
dcsprratdv
/ to the announcement of
I preface' my number nf
to cnli)1 niilmtantlitl
much exhausted! un.ll'I'ctI !Ludly a m.1
rites were ) relation to time Ifnnii Srvli! (' Dlintoriin
final my no news of tin htiht-ot oiil'l! )"r lo ft. tT"
S0 the rear with twenty two pieces of I shaken tip. VP wore beginning! n1Fn of ico A\hutevtr. And!, as I didn't know Itr.tnlr) campH the work I p'Tfoi''nifd a' t the llv 'On' purr ..,. .) 'In them by the l.hol
Tin1 bnllilinK of Ri J <(Cromhoiucj < I "II I Inn-, ni, stnto of l HorlilM, the 11..rl
shrapnel. in O>K' !Ifi! and his meeting to reullzo AVI' were by no menus nut Enormous Fins' In to( urmv f.unpH .n thin o\m. point ni'iir.-r't II"| tiring lino at which I Pntar! I".".",'II.n of llrnilfonl tounty hereby

ff with the king in a London hospital of the woods! Htirglcnlly. Our Abounds Imposed on Earl.It try wits then taken up hv: Charli_ 1-1 ivtllnn- 8.z' un''Ii I .',1 rah[ ., mi .h' ..I.1 In Iir hold nt the followingt
seems Incredible lint n fine shouldbe t "l"'i." ,... |I.II| on tho Thirteenth ilny oft
had merely bei n dressed. 1 Uncli of tui Foii.."i.-liiiit duwtor of ( ,11111'' Sir i iTII - .
ImpoHod upon the head of, tho IIOUHP. I ? I A I I I'HH' for I I In. |iun> n'.i f nleatlnirHi.
'WAS taken from Tozlercs Albert faced nil eitonslvo" 1 and Herloiis. o pI.'fll- of I In Cavendish too large for him to puy. those hoii'-i ', [I. I.. nnsii.Mt.il
-'' of t H WOH ixplitlnpil NURSES NEEDED IN .
I In a flivver iiinlniliince' or, a* the tlon. We arrived nt I'ontay spent nn4pretty Hut thai was so when the fourth carl to the Fli'hl IHri'c.loin and IUt.I.t i i, I I"r ilu. 'purpfntiof holillnir nnlil ten the
I badly ill' |. For twenty- rtiittiiioK tuiini'l have bon appointV -
pnsn m
would "tin LUzIe. .lu"nv.
Tommies u afterward first duke
|ji.j| soy of Devonshire, ants whofia prpne-nt Cjnaitorn nmla

The man who drive this vehicle would I four hours In UIP. Tontuy cusuiiltyclearing was fined 30,000 by the Judges of place' of nmuni'tiifnt will he proMe..) MILITARY HOSPITALSSurgeon .I',Utu1, ,i. stark., I.. C Powell C. L. .

I make a good chauffeur for nn uddlng station they did little except James II. In thi." houHen fi."r ..on VII 11'11"1'111 11""I 1 I'.I. end. .1 C l'ull..1|
Hi.til, l, t No. .l. | llrltlui-. F. Kunfroe.t .
take
feed us and our temperatures diets who are Ht-ll r-noiiKh to Ifuvo th'i .
.
machine. Apparently he was counting It'II'! all for blow
I n struck In the 1' I'r w.. .,. K AJklnnHmtnil .
the bumps In the road for lie didn't hourly. Then we wore put Into a hospital palncp Whitehall.. Tw curl and hlxenemy. hohpilnln and .yet not well enough to No. 7, In.klyn R r. 1.lb.'I.r.
train for It wren. return to urtlvi- ,duty iw well UH aconunndatlonK < General Aiks Red Cro. To I I'i.'d I liivi'mottlo, .I.m..
anise one of them. However the trip Colonel Colepppe-r, exchangedhigh l'nt.
.
fur th" famllliH of men Item rid Nit |I", M Norniu..
..aa only a matter of seven miles and Germans Bomb Hospital Train. words, anrt according to one version who lirA 111 enough to milks It nncpntnry Supply 5,000 Nur.s I. I, ('" .n'r: ,'. (i L CrowN.limirli't .

['was In fair condition when they liftjd Itlght hero I would like to tell a little Coleppper struck the earl who to send for tlinlr rUtlv It Hbi'lnK I ,.nicy l-utitr N.I. O.n.Oval cirnbninC.. II n"t.ro.

me out anti carried me to nn oper- story about n hospital traIn leaving knocked him down ; according to another planned that n larks part of the Burgeon CJ'-m-ral' OorRaH of the Uterlrl! I No I.. Now Itlvvr -J. J. r.\on.\ ti.

ting table In the field dressing station. Contay for Itouen-mrt the, one we Colepeper refused a challenge/: furniture for tlis. hmi cn shall hfl United Staten iirniv ba called upon I Andn-we. HI'. ranon.llHtrlrt .

r'A' chaplain Clime along and rour- were on. but one which hull left a few timid the earl then struck him with his made by the older buys In the th. Arnnrlcun Kivl CI-OHH to i-uwly, ,. Pr l "w etddleti No .'Ir.. Partnolitor.blulrirt ll.r..nnN||| I>. Qreen.l .

ured a little prayer In my cor. Ijnagrine days before. The train when ItV S catip. Junior lied C Croc ausiliarloH.Tlie the Armr Nurse (f'ori flv" thousand No 17. Iintdram-E, M."r. E. M

that would have made a man just ready to depart with u full quotaof The fine wlI'lntllcte.1 upon the earl "flnllll"lH'tlnn in tho rampH nur,n 1.lw..n now and the fast of C.ili-innn M M firliria.Illnlrkt .
N.i Hrnokrr A. .\. Iu
Invlilon will Knuin.
of the Southern / b>- HUpxrTlned June, hmese nurse are nl''d",1 form I.
(eel very solemn" If he hud thought, wounded men was attacked by 'whose mother vainly offered on his IIP- John II Dillon of Atlanta A I".wn. II I'. (;ami.>y.
by rvlcp In the military hospitals' both'
ere was n chance he was nbout. to German aeroplanes from AAlitch bombs half bonds. for WfI.M( ( which Charles of the firm ,V Morgan: ft Tullon. ercliltwm. In thin rountry and abroad l Although llr.iwn fiat riot, 'I 1 N.Ir..1 T,.cry. I.awwy-J.. II. loor. O. W.

,ass out but I knew I merely hud aeg were dropped upon It. There (Is nothing I hud borrowed., lie flV'l to Chuts- who haolunl" r 'ij hl" ser the iced ('HMO hlL. I iUr' ,itdy cuppliwlneatly li 'i net No .'7. MamiMon-. C. llunleraonA ,

pretty badly smashed up, anti whilee apparently that makes the Germans worth. Imprisoned the otllcers of the vlcnn to the Kon'hnrn' rilvlnn for any 7,O'M' ) nurses UH a r..rvI for .i; Itr.'wn., HIM AVvnnni.irki .

chaplain teas pniylng I was ,,'onerlD" HO fearless and ferocious as the law sent to arrest hlu but hud to give ort of architectural' workMen tin Army and Navy Nurse Corps slnm I.,Ml.I r. r I IV.No. l I'M.iwll.i Z.II-I. P. ....., Frank

If the. would have to cut It Hell Cross emblem. C On the top of each a bond for the line, whll'b119 cuaceled trained ill work xltiill.ir to that the l"Jlnntnl nf the aar, the Imnr-ra- i sin' ...d ii, R.; u fopPBLU '

ft I figured. If so this would bllndl.Icap of the cars In this train there was IIH.'d when James fled.-lioston Her. of tho flea,,. RcrvUo for work, pHilineni In the arwantnd <> tlve n..1 or n grratur aimy' of nur..igrows Marrll (n'", ",IUIHMlflCB nay .!up".lnl..d'nL nail 1"01"1.
nt oafs caeatieand
the
dully RJI war proRrfHH
be from ,
dancing. Cross! big enough to seen ald.
my on the, transports All ai'pllratlonn, According to a at.ilemr-nt made by I

JiJThe: first formality In a shrapnel miles In the ulr. The Oermun; aviators In thM' division, rhouM' b. inuilo to burgeon- (Jon'Tal (lot ',,n. U U mstIhe1ted S, UF FiVAl. nose \1fE .

kcase Is the administration of nn nntlItetanus accepted them merely us excellent tar Two Kinds. Jopi-ph C. Logan, IHrf'or of rivlliauK l that Ih. rf are bet twin, eighty und mv "< .rh.niooiiw.. and nfior final date are.iunt hormf lo .tow, Konor-ni

Innoctiliitlon, and when It Is gets. Their bombs quickly knockedthree "Thorp are players nnd players. ,.ll"f nui-'tr thoijKand KtiiteriMl nurses In mile f..oo. A. mr.linrr.. (t.unly Juilim or

',done you realize that they are sure tr). : or four cars", from the mils awl : "Kxplaln:: yourself." 1..ld Director and A...l.tant JoI"tIJII..U1r. the united Statr, and !that ,iipron-) ll.ii'lfonl count,. 1"J..II.. and auk for my
killed several of the helplessly \\ound-I 'Onp kind to .. yri-ffnt at thin conforwncowore thirty thonnand fill l bat npp.'- tlnnl .1 ,hiiruo m \ attar of the estalouf
ploys full horse inatfly '
!,tag to save your life. The doctor tiles mnny n J. It. llallhroolt and M. A. llullbrook. d.
tla.horse syringe! and triP Injection, I ed men. The rest of tbe patients weak mind never gets n hand; the other plays T T. Klaal'-r. H A. riamch. Dr ed for service In iimiy hospitals during am...,,1. .

and nervous from recent shock and InJury muny blind anti Josiah Morse' tanning Harver, W IL time r>pri'Hcnt year The Immediate newt 'rll. the 2'Jth day of M..h, I9IS
4 a
never full
leaves chest as big as gets a
a lump on your 1 ('lI.Fr.VlIllarn (' I In-nny, H M. Voor- five thoumind' of thane rulpha j. V. IOWA; RDM.
Jfc' which with for some of them! half delirious and, house."-Koston Transcript. t,1 I mu. Ailmlnuitmtor.U. .
baseball, stays you bens J. U.arinn Clark.: H A. Field 11C I'd. : f.6

Ktorty-etght hou.-s. After the Injection nearly all of them absolutely helpless j William H. !Moor J (' WlllLunr, anti Mina June A. D'lunii.' Director of firs

i ,.l > nur!'e fills out a diagnosis blank i end In pain were thrown Into near Not Enough Urn. Charlfttt A Sheldon' 9rJUNIORlROSS prtmnt of Nur"IDI of tho American \ I'. II.\KILKTT.OiikntM .

;,,"rftli* a description of your wounds and panic l\fayor-IWII the prisoner offer any' - Hod Press "II.I' : Ca.: May 10, 1017.DM .

,w record of your name age regiment Two of the nursing sisters In charge resistance? TAKES "Not only I are wn appritllng to the Kentucky lily Co., '

i jrregimental number, religion parent- of the train were tbe coolest Individuals I'ollce Officer-Only a dollar "oarhonol" ntuimM to volunteer for thin nervier I'uducah, Ky.

f' Bpd previous history as fur os she present They walked calmly up and I wouldn't take It. biit we also l appeal to the public and to
f.
ARMY OF RELIEFP phyilrUnn employlnc these nnrwsa (;.nlh'men:
the OVER
clan discover It without asking fjuefto and down Its Icng'h urging! patients f..
In making It possible for thorn
fi\ which would be positively Indellte. to remain quiet, directing the More Privilege aJil i'ltase allow me to state that I have
wtth'mt too great floaiflal sac'rllr(
r !. After all of that my wounds male attendants how to remove the "Isn't your cook quite Uke one of the on their part, to themselves InroadlnPH sold your hog l'holer remedy for ont
wounded suf fly from the wreckedcars P Olb on (>nral Manu&''r IInlo ki imnri and have ordered more for thin
JBiWere given their first real dressing. i mea family? ( to r to the cnJi i>f
and paying no ottentlon whateverto "Merry, not! She: hns of the Aml'rtl'ILa1/ f'roim annnujicpdthii their country \! wish l also I on. Lost year I sold it to 12 or
*f4'|, Immediately after this! was done I things to eat v' 'k that 'hn Junior lied CroworitanUMlrm 'I bringto
r lV>* bundled into another ambulance I the bombs which wen -till "xplod- the way she likes Via. I II bag endorsed, and! taken th* attention of n'lr"e. the unusual 1.: men who raise hog:. I toM eachof
I did not have the npfortunlty offered by tlip Innurunf them who raise( hoirs. I eachto
Ing the truln. I
)and driven to Contay where the C. C. near I I ever U p Children of America Army of tolo
I
of witnessing this ?f"0 myself henrtforward. law niutcil for the protection of our their hog if they single -
, station) and rail privilege! Relief, and that the ant
casualty clearing
*t&, ( located. In the ambulance but I know that I have u' irately .GOOD TO THE LUST DROPMAXWELL work of this In.l''r' oriranliatlon' will army and navy, which aidl[ !. "|iiilly hoi from disease of any kind not

lead were described It for the details '',v. n. told be carried. on by the Junior lt.. other soldiers an
[t'.wlth me were three I' the Army aY, Niirc, or'H"A rtmly.
artillery officer and two privates of1afantry. I In an offlclal report when th king Ttie tranefT of funds took place on great rPHponnlhlllty r. (-I Is upon when! they l.rxun to sill cotton, everyman
sisters Itb th I loyal March Ind, "1).1100 being given over for the
the
We were all ticketed off as decorated two the of that ctumtry They are cume in and paid me
Red I'roes nur..I'
to b
devoted
Cross for valor In th Tart of to th Junior I mpdiciiK" and of them told
shrapnel cases and probable recover- lied to child a.'ifarework abroad, and the tie' only group of women ro< oifnUcdas everyone
the a part of the mlllrary ....' mi- that it was the best hog medicine
{ "" |es, which latter detail Is remarkable enemy Army of n"lId will cease. to ollcltfande 'lbl"hmpnt.
,;i since the most slightly injured of the The trip from Contay to Rouen was HOUSE AM Army of Relief inrnibernarp and shawl, bp looked upon a M 'in r. pr'centatlTKi they ever uned One mnn paid, me for

bad twelve wounds, and there a nightmare/ -twenty-six hours travelIng now mlKlble for membership In I of the wnnanhnod of the small package and bought $3

rR"tOTU.., sixty odd shell fragments or ISO: miles on a train which va" Junior lied I f'rciPK auilllarpn| and America at the frost worth more and said it was the belt I
were should o'her
balls collectively Imbedded forever stopping od starting Its j>-rkand > COFFEE Chapter K'b
    shrapnel of tk country nurses to
    meaning to us to :incorporate them In nrhnoUi pnIOlr". truly
    ,
    uncertain
    I progress Yours very
    had told that
    '' la us). Tbe nurse me volunteer for nervlcp. /but they should
    and hours of suffering. I that ire not already enrolled as Junioraalta W P. ,
    wounds.. Afterward Just hours effort to C.HTLETT
    I make
    bad About twenty Ito Ir>cIr r'e all Army of Relief every p. .lt. pru'plt
    bet count proved conservative. :More do not know whether this part of the ASK YOUR GROCER members In thir territory a< a the names holding th ", rpidy Sold by J. \V. \ Stark

    aecurfte slat later returnq!: .showed system for the removal rf w2 oledhl&JfI.l' stogie Junior Auxiliary, for rervlcpand share with them the i. FU.I'HIL .
    and nacnQcuu necessarys
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    mUlJrORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 191ff '.
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    GOES IXI Mrs.: Thomas, of Brook NOTICE( TO CO It
    r rOlwl'TmIO lLE Roland near ra Prescott Sunday .1 f RESPOND i N rsC
    I A DITCH I.N:' COFFEE BRANCH:' cr. Mrs. Thomas will be remembered ,. ;Mr. li. K.: Wilkin-on, Jr.. of Jack
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    I in this section as Miss iluttn.Jackson -..m''lie. innii hums :Monday. to visil t C Correspondents are a i-K! ..
    i Li: -ii tr, April .'.-A party of youngpe . and they have the !sympathj' y I I. I 1'.tr:" i :-", Mi and Mr-; lcn.VII; -. '' all letters sent to this .''dies.. ,., ..,,
    >pie/ computed of :Mr. Lonnie Crawford of the entire community.Mrs. )KinHi.. items for publication. No. "n I
    County News Items I If ;, and ;Misai-s Ida and Annie Burin Roland Thomas and childrenof be printed. "
    y and, Pearl Green went uutoing Brcokcr, visited part of last wed!; | To insure publication .
    last Sunday in :Mr. Crawford's Ford. with relatives in this section. ; I HOME GARDENS ,' dence must be in this off'm- .
    I 11n rowing CulTee branch something Mr.\ and Mrs. Emory Lewis! and than Tuesday afternoon. rer

    ' Jaterutln( facts Gathered During the Week by Our went wrung with the steering gear baby, of near Lawtey, visited Mr. and' -
    " ro I Regular Correspondents. I and the car plunged into the ditch Mrs. Elam Lewis last Sunday.Mr. 'I STORE BILLSPresident SUII'SO"i1'J:" :' s,

    I I II breaking the crank off and otherwisedamaging : and Mrs.\ Jeff Lewis, :Mr. Elam CUT -
    ,
    I: the car. In its plunge the Lewis and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sampson, April 2-d- "Ie
    ::1lt11 "- car struck the foot walk that spans Lewis and little daughter enjoyed an I and Ray Goodge were visit,",, "c
    j the stream and scattered the boardsfar automobile ride last Georgia Chamber Of Commerce seat
    (.'.\:'\ : : :' : Sunday afternoonin county Saturday.
    Kits : '; 1 : I l ; < ', : = I and wid( None of the occupantsof the former's car. Shows How Millions Were i :Mr. and Mrs, Willie Jo, ,'.
    ', > t I the car were injured as the ear remained Saved Last Year I moved back to .
    !: l Mr. Frank Moigan, Wnteroak, has Watertown w )J. .:
    fo I Ii Ii upright and did not overturn.To expect to make their home. .
    \ "| TM not had time to move all his corn from
    t q Stand+ ( i 1 > get his car started again Mr. this section until this week. He had I Atlanta, Gl'Orgln.-Spf.'clal.-"Morft ;Mr. Tom Thomas, of St \ ,
    Crawford had to push his car with i I was saved In 1917 through the .I
    money visiting relatives here Stun,
    ; about 200 barrels and started last i >\
    ,, : the engine in gear until it started, medium of the home garden than ever Mr.
    Jesse
    1r Ileill I i i :Monday to moving it. | Alexander! of I M I "
    the of the crank preventinghim before, the United States Departmentof
    I breaking
    fr r t our (' \ 'I I ; from starting in the usual man We had a nice shower last Sunday I Agriculture estimating that theme was transacting business Ii ', .:
    I politics, | ;' I afternoon and another one Monday nf- were fully on million new gardens day.
    for the ( : !: nero made last ," H. G. Hastings! I j Mrs. J. J. Gay, of Ilau'i,
    < We says
    t year
    I' Chester Thelma Alvarez I j I :!I'noon. had a very heavy downpour I I
    I ;Misses and
    '
    ,, ,
    } 'r- I president, of the Southeastern Fair and turned to her home Wedm ..
    for while.
    and brother] Tnte, vi!!it.Hl in the Watcrouk i a I
    I I t I visit
    f r I We the Georgia Chamber of Commerce a pleasant with her ,
    I I' [,' I ( sect inn last Sunday. are glad to see young Joh.myThorna3 j I In an Interview reviewing the 1917 ;Mrs. A. K. Smith.

    i i "'i, / i ; ( 1 Among those from this section who hone on a furlough from thecamp I tanning operations In the South. :Mr. Richard Smith, of 11. ,'
    i i / attended the union meeting at Theres- in Texas. Ills brother, Fred, "Thousands upon thousand of our was visiting rllatlhel" 1
    .r.I : ) bn last Saturday were, Mr, and Mrs is expected to reach this section this people in' the South," sold Mr. 1 Tast 1 Mr. and ;Mrs. Lester Nit:1(. .
    I
    ) :I } Colonel Crosby, Mr. H. II. Lewis and week. We are glnd to see the young ings "for the Best time In their lives. ''Starke, have moved...here. )'
    r / Mrs it!. J. Fouts.A men at home again learned to arprlate tho money !saying I will take charge of tin.In,
    ,
    of the home garden ,
    ------ power properJy -
    / : ] son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. ] Company
    ( 1.\\ IIILL NO'rE.: planned prepared for, planted: and
    _' > ,.,. Jim McClenaghan larch 23rd. kept planted during the entire sea ;Mrs. J. W. Edwards:: and c ,
    I j/

    ". Mrs. F. B. Jackson Thursday, March Clay Hill, April 3-Misses Rosn and "tTp to the present It has been veryhard Mr: E. F. Ilardee and Guy;<\ i
    : :2Sth.There Dora Carter visited Mrs. L. W. Wil- to get our pC"\J/;" to consider the made a business trip to it.n.-.' :,
    ..1 i;r. I will be baptism next Sunday, kinson Sunday.Messrs. I homo [ ord.'n sirloii ly as a real sub day.
    ,il ',' i ; : April 7th, at Crosby lake, near the ; II. B. Hudson, Fred Lang, ptnntlal factor in food production with
    i trie ; : i emetcry. Dinner and preaching will L. W. Wilkinson' and B. Durban went '., the connequ' nt saving of money that I
    ;, I ,II"d,. I, ; j| also be on the grounds. Everybody to Kingslcy lake one day last week. I went for food rupplies at the store. I Helps Keep Flowers. Fresh.
    I It I It said that .
    Unle. we are much mistaken the Pl'li.iu-nuin; ID lje
    I'' ,: welcomed to these services. Mrs IJ. L. Lang nnd three childrenleft
    IiT ,
    i home garden will from now on be bottom of a vase used! for CUII:I
    s dr 1 near |I' Among those of this section who atended Saturday. for their home in Kings- 'ra
    taken a* noriouj'y other
    as
    part will
    any keep the water fresh for
    I I' -
    Mrs. ; : : the burial of little Eva Thomas land, Ga. of the farm work. 'lIIe
    'lighter 1 ( ,"I"I I IIra. 1 I BrooUer, March 2Gth, were, A. L. :Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson and lOon, Cuyler "A quarter to ,i half acre devotedto time. .

    :\ L. J. S. Jackson and wives, O. J.fackson went to Jacksonville Friday. They variety of veKetablnn liked by the I 1e 000m00 . p . .
    1 M'ctlon I I : I and family and A. J. Jack made the trip in their car, returning family can be kept going nearly then I I 6
    Mr. I : The little one was fifteen months the same day. whole year In the South and give Its ', 1> TRAIN SCHEDULE. p,
    ,' had much :i ; | J>ld and was the daughter of :Mr. and Mr. Nelson Prescott and Mr. Ozias owner a., much &a the product of two I' G
    l.'ely, tlr or tbrt-e acres of cotton, even at present '\ .. ,
    ( Prescott and sister, Mrs. James Byrd, will : <, New time table went into off. .
    at the
    prices buy The
    with j store.
    th it the his lenry Parmenter, the Prof. L. A. Da- went to Starke Saturday in their car, right kind of a. ,garden meant) an ;I<*> 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May C, 1 ,", .
    >
    'U' and Misses Emma and Doly returning the same day. ., ,
    ' family abundi iut> of healthful food during i and trains will run as follou e
    ? \.s most I :Mr. II. D. Carter 'and family
    Parmenter. were <
    ; spring, immrr and fall and an abund- S> q
    ''I. wm Patrons of Heilbronn! Davis and j: pleasant' visitors in our little burg ance either canned or dried' for winter I Jacksonville to Tampa. <,

    1 I'i the I : Enterprise: schools bear in mind that I Sunday afternoon.Mr. use." No. 3.____________-10r: f> .i .
    .: Saturday, the lath:) you are re-1 : fJeo. Wilkinson, Sr., and son, "Let no one be fooled by the Met ,' No. 1_____________ ,_11:11: p
    I ,' \I t u [uested and required to meet at Hellironn ,,' Cuyler made a business trip to Green spread abroad that the Government,, o No. 13: "Floridion"___ _2S7:: ,p .
    i iR+ j I I'fi 1 Cove Id goi" to seize home canned goods
    school house at 9 a. m., for the i iiurposo Springs Monday j & .
    1 the I on closet shelves In tho farm ,
    .<. of carrying out the' elections I Rev. James Strickland attended the I home These UP are started by German or- I *, Jacksonville to Cedar Ive> ".
    o "n heretofore announced, and also re- I. union meeting nt Marietta Friday, agents for the express purpose of I I. No. 21--------------- 40:; |
    "
    ', 4' \\ "n' .' ember that Saturday and Sunday.. They report a discouraging our people In Increased, . I
    1 ,, \I '!: Rain or shine, line meeting. food production and saving. Few can *> Tampa to Ja'kson\"iI1t'
    ' ', fi The thing is gwine. Quite a crowd from he.-e motored go to the tirIng line, but all can Join No. 4--------------- 3:2ti p
    > Messrs. Eurnie Alvarez and Eddie over, to the cucumber farm near Max- In and have a part in homo produc No. 2--------------- 4:51: .1.
    I
    I .f i in Uon of food. No. 16 "Floridian" .__ 5:54 .
    nd Joe Norman, of Rising, were 'yule Sunday.Mr. : ;
    ..
    5b'' i r">'" ,.ir leasant callers in these parts again I ;\ Cuyler Wilkinson, Jr, attended '\'e have never seen a permanentIr <5>
    luty unday afternoon. prosperous farm section either la '*' > Cedar Key to Jacksonville .
    < the union meeting at Marietta Sunday -
    ,a his the United States or !In foreign countries m No. 20-------------- 9:18
    '
    I.
    T These constunt showers afford) a HuH anti
    was not a diversified
    1I i ; sec <
    ne opportunity for setting plants for :i crowd Easter
    I 1 Quito large enjoyed an dons and In every diversified section
    Joe S Starke and Wannee.
    unners and many of our growers are ,, I egg hunt Sunday, given near Mrs the home garden has an honored and
    ? i !Jut vailing themselves of the chance, as j jIH n 1 Lang's home. Mr. Ben Wilkinson valued place. The borne garden Is a ** No. 101(Daily Leaves Except Starke Sunday 0:45' ) '
    in : a.
    again siding with i too wet for most other lines in was the lucky one in finding the most store bill cutter of the first rank" m< No. 104 Arrives Starke 2-13: p. .
    (:: jrming. I Ii,g/s./ .
    L f over with ) ; : With rice cleaning machines upon We are sorry to report little David Plies Cured I In e: to 14 Day *, T. J. GRIFFIN= -
    Hardy
    i veryide we should plant the wet 'Wilkinson sick with fever this week. Vtn.r rtrvB"I.t l will refund money If PAZOilIN 'S> Ageir *
    r farming" (" ; t tAlligator tr'r / liic<..-. in rico to give them employ-\V" hope for him a speedy recovery. 'r 'r llHN r lull 'r r.'.," any l... of Itching,.,. 9. 49bD
    HiTKl.lllftilinif orProtrmlmit rile) In fitoUdas 1 *
    i : < } I Ii were, : n r lent and us rice to eat. l :Miss M.iy T.irmer visited :Miss Cla The first ttpplicn'ion 1C".l'c ...d Hut Sue '. 000DcJOw'

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