Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 12, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04650
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ARRESTED: AS A DK.SUJTKR"Jtobert I : ..\\\' io BI: m\Lr) 1111'1Comptroller i..vm rvui OK) IIIK: MONTH I IHeilbronn

I Aprill0ltev. J. INorris .. :Mis." Georgia Ann Thomas, vvifo .fMrs.
I). GrilliH Goes to Camp t'ndt-r: Call Sheriffs For 'Tin' 1 1..... '0-i;:!--i-.5; burn
Lake Butler \pril 10-Lois Hastes on a n instruttpd of LaCrosse pleached to .1 G. I D. Thomas! eli(1It( / the !lom) .
Escort: of Shcrltt.Uobtrt the little daughter of Prof and Mrs Strict Kiiforceiiu-iit.: I ( tu send! sixteen white! and ninelee'colored large and attentive congregation utIleilbronn of !Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. McKae! Sunday,

3 S. A. Draper) was born at Cookes- nun to camp' of instruction chuith Saturday evening' Maith: :list of heart trouble*, after

1. I!. Gram, who failed to npcar yule Tenn, July 8th, 190S. Sho died State Clmptroll"rmos is isistint: uutvvten Apiil 'M\.h\ Iln,l re tnlio exact and Sund.i>'. lie i.roved himself to \lie stuff rinK from ill health for nearly

on March J'Jtli: ;in arase'e.r to the at Lake Butler April 5, 1918. Sha+ on a strict: enforcement of the automobile .!ah'111'' thtt jno.einent will bo an able! speaker and made mnny warm l two \earn. She was fro yearn old and

'", tall of the LUC.U) l.uurd; was arrestedTucciU I con trill'led 1 measles m enily January, license law Sheriff Kpporson announced Inter.Owing friends while here. I before her marriage was Miss GeorKia -

>> IIKI, Miniat' toapfj Stilton bhcrif '' which reverted to rneumonia! only ;n has latcly- eceiv-ed the following)::' I letter )::' to a recent order received by 1l,re. Maud \Ntiiit\vright and dull, I I'aulk! She was united in nuirruiKf -

I $ Epperson lIe was brought toSturke 'few days later. Kuphyma developed from the compticller.Tallahassee : tlu' I'uunl: ( the unities of those daughter, Anita, attended church lit j I to Mr K. D Thomas in June

,' ;I and lodged/ in the county jail during the third week of her illness I April, 1918. men cannot be announced\ at this tune. Ynndcihilt last Sunday I 1IIOH. and lived near'I'ifton, (!hi.i until

:j .ntil Wednesday Oorninhen Sher- and she was curried to St. Vincent's: I' lion W. J. Epperson Sheriff This order" instructs the board to teivpoiiinly I i :'11'. O J. Phillips, of :Miami and fall when they moved( to I'lnndi for
j Epperson:: tinned him to JUI'kson'fille hospital Jacksonville being operated' Starke Fla. ; exemtit men" who are "active- mother, who had! beenisitmg' relatives I her htalth. She appeared to bo getting -

s(}; and' delivered him to the military; on there and, for a time seemed better Dear Sir: Iv, completely an!I assiduously engagccl \aiulerbill section, stopped+ along nicely until Sunday morn.

Aaothontios' '( at ( amp Johnston. I wish to advise you that there 19 in tin planting or cultivation of with us a shout while upon thenit'- I mtr, when death enmo suddenly itl-

'//jyl 1 the, made no iloit to escape when After a week in the hospital\ she absolutely no exc .se for any party in crops" The order is intended to give turn home Tuesdav) nfteiiiootiMr most without' aitrilag.

I' sheriff approached him at John 1'. was brought home, where she continued the state not having secured their mitomobilu au'n the "pportunity to. finish and liar : John 1'orsytIi received n tale She; was n cnnset, 'nited Christian: !

,*.'""S rp's store und i said he had intended+ to improve, but drained profusely license red I respectfully request vest then crops and to prevent the phony mI'KKaInnd"y; "tllliIhlll( woman and, for wpvernl years a member -

',: :to come in and sui render himself to+ all the lime A nurse Miss Lillian A that you enforce the law rigidlyin further depletion of' the supply of inn brother/ Ben's wife, of l Raiford, of lie :Methodist thiirch Shu lave

lathe,; authorities '!'Ic- will to tried as a Clements, was prciured the second jour tounty. Guns lal.n\ 'llicse' ext'inptions will I !b,' wax dead Hi teicivcd the news Lou much siiirermi with patience end '

'Deserter and if four.l guilty will prob- lime and she together with Dr Seeber The olhce .issues a license the scant made nlll)' on appl'intion; of the men Irte to attend the fu-i'nl.! ,'',tli wincomlittPtl i lgmitloe.

): .-bly be. given n 'long term in a mili- King labored! heroically for two day the application is retc-ived anil nlTicted b.\ tin ardor and !;uth I appluntinns t tne Siipp, icnu-U-v rpm Itesides, her husband I nhe leaven ../

fiary,' : ; prison j long weeks trying to .stem the tide of there is no delay nt this (end unit no should Ira inmicdiately,) filed wilh the sum.-.1.1v'. near it'latlvex' (Iwo brothers nnd onisister -
&"'tIt !is serious -'alter to trifle with should be I the t I Lucid lUuiitl.: Until such applications .
a disease but to no avail The end enrnc I reason why any one The recent heavy ruins have injur- lu mourn her loss, Mr. MiUhtU

ilitary orders in tme: of war and I it suddenly Friday; morning, jusl aflei out their license numbeisVlnre ) With-I I have l been 1u'l t'i upon the Board: I'd the pit-m-nt Irin't: pil'ito eioo in this 1'lIull".r.urth Bounty (INr..lnsN: ; .

hoped no other ounpr man in Bradford : she hail had her breakfast \ u car is tarrying it "H" : I will nut sell it the nun to form tho section I I.> the <. tt 'nt o' seveiiil thousand I'aulk. of Iiwm, eiiiintv, ( :in., nnd Mm.David .

county will follow the example Nothing was spared her; she ha.1.'\ and it has", a truck body, it is next movement. to camp dollars. Unbelts of ('ufra.cuuaty, Gait :

*et by young Griffit- He i is the first: every' human chance, but she went in violation of the law and should This new older clues not niTect the Substitute Currier Mr. Jus. Wiiinwlight !rR. Thomns made many friends,

an in this county to fail to appear away just as n leaf drifts down on have the matter corrected. All cats ntirroes and no (exemptions on at'countof i relived. Cnrriet I IL! M Havis1"tlIIY while her by her kind unit, loving disposition -

for duty when. onU red. the wings,:: of the wind She sera a which aret used for hauling other it will be granted to. negioes No :\ ii Tuesday. nf this week" the ; and to know her was to love

1'v -' --- pretty little brunette, always smiling, loads than passengcis! are denned by explanation\ off Ihn feature of the order lattt being sit'kMis h'I'v, feel I that our loss is her t'ler-

. c. T. U. COUNTS CONVKNfc&TION ): : a general favorite with her teacher" the law us trucks, and are !liable for has bran made from, WashingtonBt's Mary Mott ,leliiitied Monday nal KIIIII.

: AT K.Ml OKI) IHKSJ>.VVVRaiford and playmates who miss her She icceived the truck fee, which is ten dollars fm -- from an extende. ,I trip, to Worthington --- -- .
:11'N> loads of flowers from class organizations when the carrying capacity is. one ton > ) al ninth place she has Iran via I ,\.01'IIEIl:" : illl'IMNC: \-,XT.
April iu.--ihe .. C. f. U.
; and individual class' mates. or loss. wing bar son

Id their annual convention in the none of whom spared exppisp, in ex- I also wish to mil your attention to The Brndfoid' I (unity; ..' School:: Mr: :Schellie: RUSH. .i of Rosier made I 'I he t'oust rui'(ion ;,f vats for the dip,
ethodist church here last Tuesday, the fact that when has been this cull pmir "f rattle goes steadily forward
pressing,:: then regard for her family a car recently will lose on the 2Mb. of this month, ,,1111'1' n ,pleasant Tuesday
d Wednesday Macclennj, Hampton and friendship for her purchased from a dealer that \ crowd consisting of the t'ollowutqSovrreigna ( in Bradford I'ollnly. The Intent vat tbe .
the c Starke were repiescntcd. She was laid to rest in the towncemetery the law provides for the new owner to and the 2ftl"lint motored to (' I harmed and pl.ued\ in' omniissionis

The following officers were elected : with a very simple! little ceremony use the dl'a\I'r'KIiI'cl'lIc\ for fifteen days on the :'JSth I on Sunday to tilt n"SM the W 1 O."IIvllI"I' at the farm of G.V.: WamwrurMin .
and other
|jPresident Mrs John I' Coffin Rai- conducted by the !Methodistpnstoi which time is suflicient for name to :liOth sihonl the tcraduating'students" will entertain- veiling. MI-SKIS. W K: Itiadley, . the Watrumk section The vat belottos .
high "
', Rev S. I. Hcndrix procure his private I license from thus", The Wamwiight, T J I. Moore' Thou Cnld- to !\I r. Wainwright and some of
lit the auditorium davs are now
ice President, Mrs. r. A. Scott, Meeting of Town Council. oHirc and there is no occasion for any filled, with study for the final! examinations well and J I. B SiippA .hif., neiKhbcrs It was hurled
rke.cretnry. car to be operated without n I license t lite. lit He, blaik-e\ed, IIIHVchecked I.,1.I \\\\nu, oiinty agent of the
!MrsV' S. Graham Rat Cily! council met in regular session tag and! with print lies for the damsel: of sixteen would like, State lave Stark::; h'amtary Ituitnl\ and
3rd.!! Present, A. C. Strickland, closing. exorcises
April also wish Xo inn your intention to to know il I It.llt''I.t has (gong to I-ranee illlll"oIillh'ly" after i if wns ready for
the aiidiloriuni
censurer. Mrs J. II. Moore, Law mayor; J. W Townsend chairman; a violation, of the law which is l being The mill rungereists: in I .- About MM) rattle, a like number of business' ,ITiO hand of rattle were dtp.
Chas. II, Register, J. W. Jnncs and are always goad( and consist pad m it1'ridford t
committed by some of the dealers in (w'ine, one mule IInl" do/en. dogs were
f! iSB Van <(;'0",', of Biooker i is visit. J I. II. Sc-arborough the stale who arc printing their license of dt>\'oli..nlllI"r'h'I' and bright, patriotic administeidl unto dipped( ) last! Pn : uiiinty fuimirs, me thor

P.p IIA her brother Mr J. B. (;'our. MI'l'linWilli,:: called to oidei and theminutes numbers upon pasteboard placards school songs, which lire heattilvlung day at the I 1.111'1).t" 111'1 ted vat I">. oucrhlv awake) lo the unportiimc uf the
. of lasl meeting road, nppiov- by nil In addition to these I Iyt'ure
Mr. Tate Denmark attended the lab them live stink uiilustcy and within few
\: and atlmhmg lo the carsthey lilted. in the < !. \ViunwiiglH pas
ed and, adopted exercises have !tN'n'lIrh..1 by interesting IJriidfoid: \\illl.) ..' of the !lending
arty Loan parl1dIn Jacksonville' Sat lire selling to their customers. If I lure, aid, the name |"lot'ess with Ilieseniiim.ils one
and heard talks | Rev .V. G Law and RevT
Citizens being present I.y .
live .llU'k t'nunCes or
the United
ifday night.&lfOvid their license tags nn not ..UOi<'il'91. ) will be turned nut ngiiin within -
behalf( ol :Mrs L /. B.-ur. :\1 (; :Miss Burleich'
the f,'um, E.: T. Knight/ in r. unn States
!! Brooks who is attending
from .
;: ( they can secure additional ones about' I three weikyMr
Jane :1. Knight city assessment, itheinA' and! .others Dtiri)' the past week the -
JjPuval High,:: School, spent the weekend this olliie 'In this manner there is have : [Lewis I R. 1 Riiiilc-rson spent a run
claimed that her property was followinit persons and! grndes assisted I IIITIvl.S.
- with his parents, Mr. and 1 !Mrs J. no reason why anyone should operatean exercises pie of days in Baker: cnunly ninnni!:
assessed too high. The matter waR taken in the daily morning : I
A.; Brooks i automobile with the "license applied friends. and relatives las) week and 1'1'- ,
Alma I Dukes K. ( .
April 10 Mil.iml.
" Rulh poppell.
and motion Mrs: Knightwas PiAno Trio-- l on
.iSJMr. and :MnS, B Denmark haveirnoved up upon I for" placard upon it, und! I am purls u tine true" I
Uncle :Sam's from .TIWkI
J boys tlamp
allowed $ Lao I on retort pioperty Sar'p' and Rosa Levilon : -
:; into the house recently vacatedEby Mrs K W Miller was then heard lof lift opinion that in many Instant: Piano DuetMantle! )Williams andMrs. I II ITICIUIM: l, mi.' 'N 11,1.Il! \Vain-l I son, was culled to his fitthrr's is"Isidelilt ,

| S. T. Dowlmpr on Division I.\nl' from regards to city tax receipts\ it is. only n subterfuge employed t.) I l uphes.SongMiss. I weight, now stet: ini-i, nl Camp Jackson ) riieoiint of si"kness. His. father
W Miss Helen Naunght, who is ft stuudont and was ""juslrd.Ir.: 11. N. avoid the payment of the license fee :' rrnnciH Mnv (Columbia S C:,, will, be ,pleased : hue 1"1'11'ory ill for the few days
,! in the High School at Lake City same I also wish to call your attention to 'lo lUll that be doing niti-ly and enjoying '
the bake Butler I'mno olo.'lor1f'POlnlthpwK." : I II is [ but we me triad lo knew, lie is rccov-
Stanton representing! I
'f!. spent the wl'ek-.n.1 with her parents also another feature which the owner is Livingston good health, so hi informed' j I
Plant 1rio.-Mirgnrc-t
Cold was "erintr slowly.
Ice A.
Mr and Mrs 1. R Nllurig'ht.liK.i: negligent in, and that is that all! cars HIM:
heard and after close investigation of ,ni'ctte; Foyl.! Iris llppprson.: his parent>H by luctlei this weik i I \Yt are glad\ \ to state that Unc'l
" Nauright is a member of the grn-l must have a front and rear tag It is !
In-. would murk like lo visit
' tax roll and time allowed, rembursprnenl 1'llat( ion-Nm<, first grndo ,pupils says vary iiiiah DulxiHe !is 'f"'OVI'rlOl from his
,gating class of course apparent to you that the necessily : home and linnirfoll, < again beforiInk- '
the Lake lIutl'rhe "lollv! Old Saint Nic'k"f'ol1.1 of ,i'k
/ ,,yMr. and :Mi I.. II. Put'h. of Lawt of city taxes to for this regulation is to mnkt his tit' tuie fur the biilllelields, spell" III'KII.
& Cold Stor R( Plant will nol be grade I ing pin The farmers of this section busi
/ .*", spent Sundav withII'! I'utrh'sparents an easier and bettn identification of 'but this piivilegi! was denied him I'X. aro -
.. Putth.AMrs. due unlil 11I!>!8. Motion; Sang "Sweet and i .ily enviitfi'd in lighting( grass. All the
(' :Mr 'sad :Mis' P. D I curs In ease of accident or damage tipt, in race of HI- '.III-HS I|
' Rebate: of $7.20 was allowed II. I. First, grader Low"I-I 'I weather and rain has certainlybrought
"Mt'r.11..s: warm
\" : J. E: Dowlmg and and J respectfully request lhat yon .\ Miss Mabel Ciir'ci. spent Sunday
.. sitntion; "Mv: King" /
Sprinkle asspspmcntCorrespon (, nr it.
,'Vesta Reynolds wore visiting in ,lence from the Lake But- enforce this regulation along with theothers. tin. the Iuasl of !Must Gladys: llitkH, being i, up I'I''J'

[ Saturday.Rev. I until!! I accompanied lo her home !in the Ui'iiiliii servittMi wenheld at the
\t' 1. :tHendiiv., I tilled his regular I l.i Bank was read and laid over YOIIIS vi ry truly.ERNRST Rrritatbin: "MjNew lIatrl1l't"I afternoon by Mr. foul 1 l.ippliain. i I Baptist church by ,{.-v. I IL! K. Dnkin) "

-' >pointm..n' 'it flu J.'i'stI"thodist: I' next:Street:: meeting.committee reports work in J ; : AMOS: ) George: "Big Wax Johns\Doll"! Second:: ,( Mr. and Mrs.. Nl'! spent th. liiitt Saturday mud Sunday, hero being

lurch here Sunday ComplrolleritvsiiNGs of Soul hornirn".-Fifth i week-end with relatives:< the ItiHincrl I I i large( 'ami intereHtcd, cnngrrgatlnas at
'Little\l"! :Ma"1 Browning, of progress. I "Medley j jirrnd etion I .inch, set'VICI*.
h", sister, Mrs W. Report of the finance committee'lead :'> : porVIOKSun: : < J.Mr) and Mrs Ilim'y M..r.'o.II11IL..Jl! n
iwtcy; i" VI' ruts' Ins : I :'11'. N. I\Vaniwright) our efficient
solo IIppprMinLullaby
and accepted ; (" (,(>OI) PRICKS business i to Butler' ln lit Huti -
Valencia ''II Ii I 'liP
received and referred IMtl\ClN and Doll )Diill) -Second, nn I0hirot I Max assessor spent Sundiiv 'a
n"\\'II who lute l been Oflieers'/ reports i urdiy.Miss. .
Miss Ruin i \ I brother, Truby on the farm i
I '
.siting hot< it'' :. ".hl1'". her, :Mrs. \Rhodi.lapp. ,. to the finance! committee follows Potato digging/ was blurted at I Hasl. 1 i irr.idn girls of class olricem seems! Mr.! Heniy/ (;iaskinn, of RnilWd, ; Kh/ii: I Iniki's, who IUIH been, vi,..
,' li home in Thpres- Bills examined and paid OR : this week and reports from there Thieledion ding reltttives" at :St. Augustine, rot .
"T ings here
rptui ,, of last week hclpng -
2.00 ,. hire It..n "riuivli' ibliyed I hut i| spent a purl
t t.
r;, V !Phillips, scavenger that tho
are to the effect new potatoes i turned home last week
Sunday the interests of his t
A lo look after
OI.6T Junior 'lasses' rneettly -l I j jj
'Mrs Jn.. )11) It Mwho has been I T P. Register lox collector com ait- selling readily at good prices. Thu I the Senior the following father's Botha.Someone 'i Mr. and! hi at. I.. T. Ostec-n accem-
22.10 with -
ding he.. nrt.thir. :Mr. G W. r1qerson \- H :S; Nevvsom hauling _ r. o. L. buyers'' are paying $7.50 for hell) ) their elections j I lo trade, punted by their! pill ,'nlM. Mr. nnd Mrs.
d re t, her home in Lair 1:11.: '1'. Tillm druyinc -; No.1. $B firNo.. :-J! and, $5! for No. ', result: I ISenior hiivmg a It. T. Oatean of (liruokei: maclu n bu,iI i-
| return Oveistreet Hwd[ Co. nails __ 1.00J. -:'I1lIlha Fripp.) president! ; fin!' n right good' mu!<(<' better see "Un-
[ last wotk.Mrti .
to Starkt- one day
potatoes ness trip
:, Ga.. Friday. )" I Wilbur Scott, arcre"ary-t' re tsurraJuniorPiorenes i.le" "l-'rank Robiimon Mr, human/ .I I
A 'insisting' of Fred Sapp G.; Johnson ditching 'J hi" information will be interesting l ,; Ihos. rton and! brattier,
party Mx'lliews prpn-
4.00 Johns
and (,. :II. flowers ditching _ Bradford County farmers foe I 'x"'pt.'I.t. 1.II' iw'c, to Luke
; J II. Howling to many H. S anal' a :+ trip
> Spaikman; minutes _ _ II.QO>' dent! Kftthk-en Alvarez. nci .r.ry- ; W C: demons' made) a biisines' ti i
thnt they potntopithnt
:,fiapp wen to, lolmson lake on n Times pub. j | the reason *, Hutli liiht Saturday for tho pur1ose'if '
wk_ 2.00 i trip (to Lnwtey las Saturday
KiUpatrick bridge II' out trrasur
Green" Will IJP ready ior diKRint' 1 Inking( Mae" Pmkcton'H infant: child
.Miss Img I III 0\ Ith"lIlk'r and littlee j. II. Scarborough materials_ n.30: :May 16th. ENT1.RT ,'INf sAT "PINK: : TKA": I II While; buries me not so nunierou-i' to the. d I",i bur, ns she has horn very

Kloif,, ..!li.tksonvillp, >, villit.1. J. H Scarborough Cement frt 41.01 The State Marketing Bureau: estimates they were, prima. aio equally| asM l.k fur 'the (pint few days.
'hei, M! .J.I A. Brooks Sun. C. .. Rivers court service _ 2,0') thnt the Florid" potato crop I The home )' Mrs Will 1'lI..uh: >od if not iMlti-i, and the industry Miss Annie, I\I.Jl'O.I) ; !, who Inn been
Strickland do __ 'u. 2.00 cent, larger this ,, .\ith in: still continues to pay, which' I
A. C. will te, about 40 ppr ntp again thp cpnter of "twaIlion viMtinjt ,nltlives' in Jacksonville! re-

y Mr'' I w : .11..1.1'.I and I son, Guy, C 11. Register council service. .t\)<) I veer than last If there IH no larger I wan for the smart set of 1/nwtry Wednesday I ::i igmfips! thai !if you urn a gaud party turneil home last wPI.I Mrs. C. A.

,' lll" :guests; i of )Dr and I ..J.W..Junf'slo----- _- :.1,0)j ) increase than this there. seems to ho afternoon This time it was and, want good lotntlon and one that :\01"I'ml. ...fII'k/ onville. nClomrnnil'dh..r
,J3roO"I'+ II. Scarborough do - 4.11)+ I' will not bring II I far nnnot be bent in "Florida, from Per- i /Mr.
J J' her
why potatoes fashionables
Irs. A .' .,I''.hi, -m Sunday. no reason thp assembling\ qf the and is visiting parents,
Master B dv. IJo'ler and Avery J. W Townsend do _ -- "" I <*nod prices throughout the season. Its n pink tea given' by Mesdames, R. U. I Idido River t-i KI'yVI..l.., among mime' and( Mrs: T. S. f.ungtnrd.Mr. : |.
9' Saturday A. C. Strickland mayor J-O') that there is still on hand n acting 1111 I <,if the I state's best old, llmei! settlers, throiiKh
true passed
on W""'" ,n., 1,1,1': Butler I Thedo' an.1V.. II. I':clwart 1 Himkley: Hnyps'
ternoon C. P Rivers clerk council -_ 1" large supply of the Northern fall crop' hmtp'sps: for the Wnman'n. Civic Club, < act your .lot with us of the famed Wateroak our !burg Sudmiy afternoonMi .

Miss Ailt Nimmo:': of Hampton .at.. All officers' monthly salaries! for but this should not greatly affect! the' fur the beiie-flt of whICh 1"Iv..r offering ' set lion arid help chare and ('n'joy \- -. J. S. llowurd motored. to his

Idcd the \\ T.1 U. conventionrir8'V's I :March allowe.l.I I demand for new ,p >tutocsVascoe was! taken. ThisIII.. the second I good! limes as a farrier arid. trucki farm near Miller 'Ihursday

!I Clerk wns: instructed to draw wiir1 "" of s.. ries of cycle' teas ruing given i I I.rower.. .Mi, nn.l Mrs J. U. M<.Ix-od. of :MilIt'r !-

Viilt mm and I little sis--1 I rant in payment of special bridgework I :'Irs. howling, of lackson by a the leading ladies! of the town an I II | | :Mr. Kninie: Johns IM helping Mr. section were in our burg, Sunday.

Mane Hr.I'nlll' ': in Lnkonrtler I now under construction on :Main sidle, is", visiting her sister :'Iis"1Ie: I. was pronounced( a drudc.l success! ItI wing Norman make some improve.mesnts Mr IIn.111'11.; Quintus. Ward, were

Monti: and Liberty street. I Andrews, in our city this week ,I had be" 'n decreed) by the charming to his lately pi,rthised home 1 guests( of the Inltcr's parents, :Mr. an.l t

l Wad, and 1 Mamie: 1:mhoV No further busiiPSS, the council Misses Jessie Roberts Thelma Bolen hostesses that as ,it wits to IIP\ Don't forget the Hihnol election, Sat :Mrs 1. J. (halting. near I'rovidrnre,
Mr. riy< < young
Pmhol- I adjourned nod :Maude Hunter snit :Messrs. Tom everything nod| 'urj y.
of Biooke." visited+ Miss II I known ns n pink ten I Sntunlay and Sunday
_, ..Inhnson.l C. .y UIVERS! > Chastain Davis > rd Broadway" ...ltpn.l'II i in harmony withthe i Mr Union Robinson and family yifl' \f..r.. .... I.. T.
.'e ". .A.L.. .. everybody must l.f. I- Mrx.! P.V.. .. :____ _n _..i un an.1Irs._ :_ _n n_
> sisJohnson. ...f Luke Butler p.ntday ClerkNews I Ii the movies at .starko Friday. tea The ice rrmm was pink, the lied Mrs. !Matthew Rhoden last :Sun. I I I Ostepn were quests at the home of

an with his parents. :Mr( and, Mrt.: |i :' Items. I IMi I ing. pv'n-\\ ,decorations had to lie, pink and, the I Il.hp..kM day She is reported) as! l ln-mjj quite Mr, O. R. MrlxMid, Saturday.Messrs .

: '. Maurice G. Langtord, of the Misses Ruby Roberts and ladies ill. I Mtl.eod. c.C
P. Johnson of the charming young O) S. unit H.: B.
iKs Reba I'amte of Johnstown.' I Naval Reserve of Jacksonville was i K. Roberts and :Messrs Ben Cardup" nn,11 had to match the lii-nuty of the pinks :) Mr. Henry Sap, a prosperous mer- this IIl'ctinn. tisittil their brother It.

nt a few dav- with :Mrs. W. S. Gra-I Lake Butler Sunday visiting his .noth Tom Chnstnm motored over to Rniford that such one had, been quested' to I hunt of 1lIwt"y. was in our woods I Q, :McLeod! at ('11 mp Jackson last

last week. I er. Mrs. Alice Langford. :Maurice h Sunday. afternoon wear The fair ones had lean advisedto cow trading tie latter part of last we, <'k.

iSH Matte ,simmn? of S-af'oerso", in the recruiting department in Jack Mr. Avery G Powell of Jacksonville bring their fancy work, hut from :. week I 1b"iv" is a musicale given at thh.rn. '>

pending a few days with fcenatorMrs. : sonville.! was II business visitor to I.okl the Mount!" of mirth heard by the lis- Messrs N. I). and O. W. Wain-I .f Mr. nnd :Mrs. Kirby WariTiPrulay

0'D.. .\nditw, '' ;. I Mr. hurry Pay of Camp Johnston, Butler Satu day. toning reporter work must have been, wright and Prank :Morgan ext"lv'',: evening. All present sl'emml

(r. Jones, of (Hot[ pl'inl1s Ark. U wn visiting friends: in Lake Butler \Miss Inca Crnbb" left Wednesdayfor impossible, and judging by the volumJ growers of this section, are much tii have enjoyed the occasion verflauih.

tiding whib. with his brother. Rev. :Monday. Jacksonville where .she will visit of laughter heard middy.. the pink In I elated over the present prospects relative .

D Jones.a Mr. II. J. Stewart cashier of tho relative for a \\ hill'. the tea evidently had i its ffect. All I to the ,pecan Industry.Mr I Mr. Geo. Harrison of baler! win

Lake Butler Bank was n visitor to :Misses Thelma Bailey and Jessie the J guests departed' for their home I I : Drvw W. Alvarez, of Starke. I hauling special fertilizer
engaged peanut
CARD or IIIANKS.1 : Tampa last week attending the Bank I Robert motored iv>r to Oluster. Sunday congratulations(' showered upon ,I made our burg a business cull the first from in our town a few days of

ers' Association. In thn ".tter's new nulek. their hostesses' for their successful I nf this week.

Ve wish 'f'' Han ft the many friends Mm.: J. B. Cushing, of JnrksonvillP.. Mr. Willio Andrews", was a business manajfement ofr the affair. ----*--- last week.

their kllld "- I l..n"e at the times was visiting her mother, :Mrs. FV.: visitor to Jacksonville Friday Those. present were MI"dameRV.. I TO K ,::1-:1': ('URN ROM: SOL'RIN'OMrfi ':'> Mr. and Mrs; K Ward of this se<|-

loveo ,,' ,', Thf'il' kind. )last week. Miss Violet! Parsons was a hUllineu Godwin TolI.'y, W. C. erode T Jerry tion wen the guests of the hattar'aparents
tour Hays V.
bmutil'ul, floral ot- telegram mtor to I.awtl'YI"Pliay.! .. John Uytow one of the most SIr and lIrR. Adam, ne/ir KU:
received -
a "
T. Maoir. .
and lhl II n:: Mr. C. II. Driggers Dime, .T W M"orf, J. ; I .
,'intf'd more than Tue-d; v :Miss Dplah Biclling spent the wpk s .. '" fill n,--v., ,'nnnsu in this secon tinvtllo Saturday! and Sunday.
'ngs ""e'' "'" from Mr. t.. A. Duncan h.: l 'iiyl'-H.; tee' Ii. II l"a '1'11. A .
that with her nt Providence. I in'-! '';:e. putting a pinch of co.ikni There has been ecvernl crates vfitrawberries
i can fine .w' I : l'xprf'IIK.S from Meridian Miss., Btatn end parents fhemlen: Louis Hill! A. A. SL,1: I h.V.
Winnie Townsend, Margarel ; ., (."' ioi'a!' in sweet corn when it is lie shipped from our .Oilon -
1'111.3.'IR : Misses Henii
J'' 'heir little daughter; Carlyn was very :M Fan rr '.lr.II".v.Ii: <5 O< t ..
r3: h.nAE.111" Parsons and tinned !'tr '. tTlow'IY'' that UtI this
"f d MR'.1.; ,|ck. Mis. Duncan accompanied 1 by i tau hpry and Violet utlfl i I., 'J' -" WiTmW nhr: season.
T.\YI.On. I Imotorerl ':.l > !hl' did/ thh! her can'n! nearly Services at tho Primitive[ Itapttat
KenllTownRen "
\ I' v 11EL little! Cnrolyn. had gone to Mendi) "into Messrs Fritz and A. W'r T "tf"- .1r.. I
dauffhter. 1flltIItnr; over to Ijiwtey Thursday. 119 .. .. : ., 1 1r' i .,'vnyr hid a d ll!?h. -u-n' M! *('. The !I church on next Saturday/ nnd Sunday
W.Tf: ) visit her eldest :" ,d I t1 _____ __ _ I
born the J. R. Dukes. Everybody
1'I10TOIl1'1Jr.n( 4th ;> was hy pastor
April sn
cruerite. Mr. Duncan: received a tel r Thuridnv, < o I II ,. I
days stating th'it to Dr. and Mr. W IF Thl- >" dpal- cordially invi'cd j to attend tliwa .
few ago
Floral I Ito supply! twenty- 'ram n tin! weighed nine potiniln. Another . tar I meetings
War DP- Carolyn was sick and hastened to I noun: man
the I F
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.e ph< to Irarn or her sicke bov ,
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r. ::-, '" linIten but lightly di.iun on to meet I 1 hope this is .vatsifucfory in answer -

the "iiiitoniu' .itt.uks' 'J hi attack on to the question 1I101-'d. If it ... Springrt1ti; ; HerFashion
the ticidi I !lineS'jutlicj: ,.t of Ch: 'iuiif not, I will be glad to
I Summary of the War-.1 is fur ihi' J ji ")iui-e|' of i. ,jiinosm"; a quf.stion with an> body who may d--

= II",' 111\1" ,.14''l tini h'.' aJIIII): ;>> oi sire to ask along/ tin'se lira's. And in 1 I

I 11 l iti i' (until lion tu t-! ( ; -man l.ftflunk. these merits I respectfully' solicit th..1 Secret
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/' I'ri"" .,. "I i .\inirn, the tin my t .row her.ym. That un .alt.uu, of large; dimc-ru-ions ::1. Respectfully,
Aflci' n.'\cral days of lompnrntivpinuctnity ).. '' < nl' lr >"ijt'AV.itd' II}. : Ojp| ,..>ms( 1.5 planned iui the flout of Arras to C. K. SAPP.
along the Meanly r-itllo, i. I 11 J II' v n,1 I e.i. .' of 1..1.1 i ( .". the noith to I-.fn.-i m considered probable j __. _____ .-

: front, bitter fighting hilI be'l'lI"I um- I II" I 1..tll". < i..IK *: '11.I: to dcvjlr I by military experU. As Ion? as WARNING:: GIRLS, :MAY

ed along the western Bettor of tlx il- "r in' a' i ni ,i-p' U. Lan" 1.4 aiTuftin; : this front is in its present positon: I ARRESTED The Popularity of Separate Waist and Skirt
lent in the Entente allies lines, and i Ilw te >uro1 I vluit. rcma-ied: to the the German- cnn>iot e\cit: their full

attacks by the Germunx ore admitted Entente Allies of the wc'dKC .shaped ,i strength on111' I,in.Ucfoic Amwns. j jI f It is a violation of United States : Increases
to have yielded some trains to the invaders piece uf ground in the angle formedby The cunnonade in this region mnj he army and navy regulations/ / for any '

in critical hectors just Past of th<' Suirnie, and the An-re. I I the prelude/ of a mn v>d attack such 1 person not in the military service I'I'I

Arnienn. The fj<'rmuns did not new their''ah bent the British lines during the I of the country to wear any part of

The fact that the (;ivrmans have attack, ugam 't the French: south of latter days of ZInrch.Notwithstanding I'i an army or navy uniform. Word has
been in a degree nuecc-Hsful would the Somme Friday night after they I j the statement by I gone forth that this regulation will I THE aVOGUE OF THE3 PL EA 1
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indicate have uc-'I I hn ctri..II. nn.1 all vinlntnrt
seem to that they I had bci-n held to small gains achieved Stephen Pichon the French foreign -' '- --
reeded ill bringing up their heavy cannon at terrible cost and had even been I minister, that "Americans now are are subject;; to arrest: regardless; of New York, April 10.-The other The Separate Waist and SkirtI

: and new divixionn with which to I forcced backward at places in the j I fighting in Picardy," nothing definite position or sex. night I went to a glorified Fashion
wonder if there
continue their attempts to capture fighting of the preceding thirty-six I has been learned about where Gen. 'I'II Even the wearing of a button or Show, given in the ballroom of one of will ever bo a tim-

.. Amiens. hours. The alack launched against : Perthinp's men are located, or what chevron from the coat or blouse of the big hotels. It was under the a.u- when there is not a place for the '.i-t

Reports from the French and British the Untlsh in the region of Albert und I nnrt they are olavinir in this battle of I a United States soldier or sailor is a vices of a war charity, and so the interest arate waist and skirt. They fill g&,-

c fronts have mentioned heavy rains northward on Friday, however, was battles. violation of the law. Girls are more was two-fold. Never have I between frocks, otherwise left pain

'which would mean that the Germans kept up well into the evening, but its I On the American-held sectors near likely to offend in this particular than seen a more wonderful: collection! of fully vacant. This year, too, the,...

have been working under a severe continuation gave the enemy little additional Verdun, east of Luneville, and northeast boys or tnen. When their soldier I clothes, and never was these more simplicity seems to be quite a vogue for the dan,
ammunition sweetheart brother friend! send" Marvelous ty little waist to wear with the tub <
handicap in bringing up gun advantage. of Toul, only ordinary trench ac- or or good taste. ) materials o
I. and supplies, and the lull in the :Monday tivites have been reported. them a button they are tempted to and colors, with just the proper satin skirt. Of flesh-colored Geor

, tattle the last few days has probably The second phase of the great battle Little has been heard from the Ital- wear it, and for this reason this word |I amount of trimming, not too mucn gette crepe was the one illustrated

(L>, teen due to the Teutons inability to along the Somme, which the Germans ian front. The concentration of Aus- of warning is particulary addressedto and I not too little. There were sli. afternoon here, and the skirt was made of that

move their heavy supply trains over began on Thursday last has died trian troops in that theatre of war is! girls. frocks, formal and semiformal heavy ribbed silk so much like the

the devastated roads abandoned by down It lasted less than three days considered warning that major activities Uncle Sam does not trifle, especi- evening gowns, big coats, coat oldfaahioned bengaline. Could any

' ,.- the Allies. and the fighting has resolved itself into may be looked for there. ally in war time, and local people in suits and summer furs, and after each thing be more simple ? And there it

The liritish! mnce retaking!' Ayette more or less isolated engagements, Turkish troops are reported to be ,I possession of any part of uniform\ one was shown, there was a general the new silk sweater, made on huge/

r have not resumed their offensive op- in which the French and British allies invading the Caucasus, where they will ':I arc warned against wearing it, under whisper, "Oh, how lovely." needles, to wear with this costume: si
as far as is reported by London of the embarrassement .lnpa are.. tha .naarllaa Clint__ thn. _..i.
3 rrations have more than held their own. take possession of the territories given penalty -- -- ---- ------- n. -vo.
but the German official statement The attention of the Germans for them by the peace treaty at Brest- I of arrest and possible imprisonment.St. fairly flies in clever fingers, and one

nays that four a tacks. b.Y. the Entente. the present is mainlv directed at the Litovsk. Petersburg Times. has a sweater before one knows itt'

forces against me neiK'n"!' soutnwest lower end of the battle zone, which apparently The landing of British and Japanese S .1 : They are light and airy for summer
.d.g'i 000 . . .
of Moreuil have been repulsed with they are attempting to enlarge troops at Vladivostok seems to have and can be made in such bewitching

.;' heavy louses. ; for the purpose of getting elbow been merely for the purpose of policIng color.

Some officers officers think realize the that Allied only commanding the- room in which to move their vast the city. No attempt by the Bolshevik 0. CHURCH-DIRECTORY. .0 The Place of the Pleat
masses of troops.Meanwhile troops to eject them has been
0 BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law 0
battle is ,
first phase that of this the gigantic accounts ; Gen. Foch, the command- made. pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. 0 I The pleat seems to have come in to

:, past und probably er-in-chief of the allies, is biding his Wednesday 0 Sunday morning service, 11:00: 0 stay; we find it on every variety of
for the fact that no extensive counter time, meeting the German assaults/ As had been anticipated the Germans 0 o'clock; Sunday evening service, 0 dress, from the simple house dress to

:., movement has been undertaken. with powerful resistance, and here and have switched the center of their 0 7:00i; B. Y. P. U., Sunday evening the elaborate evening gown. On col

Saturday. there conforming his lines to the ne- main operations from the Amiens sec- 0 6:45; Wednesday evening I lars and cuffs, on the edges of wide
In a battle which has lasted since cessitits of the battle. It is confidently tor and are hammering the British 0 prayer service, 7 o'clock. Every- tucks in sheer organdie skirts, finish

.' Thursday and which probably is con- stated at Paris that Foch will not and Portugese hard over a front of 0 body cordially invited to attend. 0 ing off the boll-shaped sleeves and V
tinuing with utmost fury, the Germans be drawn into about eleven miles 0 0
,' any false movewhereeach running from Giv- neck of the separate waist, the pleated .
,, have been hurling massed divisions move is of such vital importancebut enchy and La Bassee to the vicinity of 0 EPISCOPAl-Dr. M. M. Fryer 0* ruffle is taking the place of otherpir'
against the British and French will strike with his reserves at i ArmentiereB. 0 in

;d lines from far north of Albert to a I the moment chosen by him. The attack was preceded by a terrific 0 priest 9:45 a. m.charge.; morning Sunday prayer school and, 0*

". short distance north of Montdidier. There may be some significance in bombardment all along the lino 0 sermon, 11 o'clock' evening prayer 0
r.;' Probably there has not been a more the report that the German emperor and the countryside for miles around 0 and sermon, 7 o/clock; choir rehearsal 0

, sanguinary battle fought since the beginning after a conference on the western trembled under the concussion of the 0 7 o'clock, Wednesday .

, of the Teutonic offensive front on Saturday with his chiefs, intends big guns. At some points the enemy 0 evening. Come and worship with 0Oiis.

March 21 than this, which has for its to proceed to Roumanla. At the was able to penetrate advance elements .

objective the driving of a wedge between outset of the great German offensive of the British line, especially in 0 .

the British and French armies, when it was sweeping the allied force the neighborhood of Neuve Chapelle, 0 METHODIST L. Z. Barr, 0

: the cutting of the Paris-Amiens railroad ) before it, notwithstanding their tenacious 'auquissart and the Cardonneriefarm. 0 pastor. Sunday school, 9:4S a. .

south of Amiens and the captureof resistance. Emperor William, it 0 m. Preaching every Sunday at .

that city. was announced officially from Berlin, Meanwhile all along that part of tl. 0 11 .. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer

But, in spite of the power of the attack was in supreme command. That an- old line south of Arras extremely hea- meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30 0 .
the desperation of the fighting. 0 o'clock. Junior Epworth League 0 : \cz'd
nouncement was regarded at the time vy artillery duels were in progress but _
the entente allied legions have stood as evidence that the emperor expected the infantry of both sides Kept to the 0 Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior 4 a, :kc4;

firm over the most of their front. At a complete and decisive victory. Since trenches except for isolated attacks. Epworth League Sunday evening *> I' I

only two points have they been forced I, then, however, British and French and Near the Coucy forest and Coucy-Le- 0 at C:45. A cordial invitation is I

I I to give ground. and these seem, on I American reinforcements have come Chateau the French have made a 0 extended to all to worship with A Georgette Blouse and Corded :

the map, to be only minor successes slight retirement to positions previously . Silk Skirt. 4.' iisir'
when compared with the sacrifice of up.The 0 0
on Sunday engaged in prepared-the maneuver -
: lives which they have cost. Just to sharp local fighting at various points being in the nature of straightening apparently 0 PRESBYTERIAN Sunday ev Long, straight lines', emphasizing

the southwest of Albert the British and repulsed German counter attacks. the line. So well was the < school every Sunday at 9:45. & the slim silhouette, graceful folds and : '

.. have withdrawn a short distance, and two German attacks, launched in tho covered by the French operation that (f Morning worship, 11 o'clock and drapery, skirts rather narrow around

;l the French have given up the village They also drove off, by artillery fire, the Germans suffered extremely guns/ heavy 1> evening service at 7. Prayer <& the lower edge and, mayhap, a trifle t.4i-4j r
of Castel!, west of MoreulIt /. neighborhood of Buoquoy. casual tips. gb meeting Wednesday evening at 0 longer than we have been seeing; all .

seems probable that the entente West of Noyon, a German detachment Details of the part played by the 0 7:30. Ladies Aid Society meets Q went to make up the sum total of ,
allies have abandoned their Fabian 'Q first Friday of each month. A $ :
which had opening youth, simpleness-and springtime.
gained a foothold in stages of the battlo south of cj
tactics, and now arc prepared to give the French lines was forced out by a American railway engineers in the 0 cordial invitation is extended to Indeed, so simple were these fascinating -
I battle to the Germans. They have 4 visitors all others who *
tix- counter attack. Another attack ut Arras show that dropping their tool and are models that one felt they could
c'd their lines about twelve miles east > be made at home if
Grivvsnes was repulsed but the German and taking up arms, they fought side one were very
S of the city of Amiens, and it is evident efforts along the Vise to enlarge by side with Canadian engineers and 0 0 careful! Tunims long and short, I yt

that here they have turned at buy their previous gums were continued in : inflicted heavy casualties by the thousands 00.0 000 ,0 0000000Daily straight around the lower edge or r >."
.against the invnders. The contour of the sector between Chauny and Bar- on the Germans. shaped, some very short on one hip

the country back of the allied lines I isis. Here the French commander 'I Realizing the extremely critical sit Thought and reaching the hem on the other.

lends itself to defensive tactics. It is deemed it advisable to withdraw to posItions nation from the standpoint of man- I A single grateful thought turned Satin, charmeusc, Georgette crepe, taffeta The Popularity of the One-Pier 1

ijuito high and IB of a character which I| previously prepared and these power, David Lloyd George, the British heavenward la the most perfect prayer. i iLeasing. ; all the lovely silken fabrics that Dress Increases (
: compels attacking forces to expose ] arc being held strongly. prime minister has informed thJ are taking the place of wool in the
) L- themselves, to concentrations of fire' materials. Made of the
same or a
The Germans of the
I apparently have been house of commons in a speech that it woman j
from artillery and material
infantry.It contrasting it is

'quite successful in their operations in was impossible/ longer to
is necessary for the Germans to this sector and! have pushed down from the provisions exclude of conscrip Ireland The Acme of Simplicity | dainty. Pleated tunics are very j
I break through the liritish and French south from good form, as are pleated dresses, one '
Chauny and lIarisis. tion and that the
They of
age military ser Sleeves were short on these simple
lines this
in region or to the piece affairs that are such clone! adherents "
report the capture of fourteen hun- vice would be raised to fifty years. affairs, and were in a great instances j
the allies by u drive to the north und dred many of the straight silhouette.
south of it. The fighting near Albert, prisoners and heavy French loss There is no indication still of the cut in one with the waist. '
und north of Montdidier seems to huve es. near approach of the expected big bat Sometimes, as for instance, in a quaint I The One-Piece Dress of 191
; .
German troops still are being pour tip on the Italian front although the little dress of
for its olject the of the allied One-piece dresses
j .i turning fd are still !great
Finland and although the
artillery engagements nt various the sleeve was of Georgette
positions. crepe attached 1 favorites.
Russian They are so generally becoming ",
The of the have made no formal protests points are increasing in intensity. Well to the long drop shoulder. Cuffs ,
firat anniversary
: dawning and then, too, in this day of
they notified the German directed 1
I shots from .
ii, of the entry of the United States the Italian guns were extremely interesting, and col. patriotic conservation of materials
l into the war finds Gen. Persliing's veterans the government violation that by exception is of taken to in the Asiago basin have woikcd havoc lars, too. Indeed, the collars went I they require so little goods. Tho one :

r (Somewhere in the buttle zone. of the Brest-Litovsk Germany provisions with Austrian ammunition depot from one extreme to the other. They; I I illustrated here buttons down the

k How many are then, what units have the of treaty the Russian guaranteeing and lines.also started fires inside the enemy were either very large or very rlarI I front, and has only a "part-way" belt. t
been chosen for the where row. The round neck with collar
fign and fleet a one of the nfew fashion features. Her
naval stores in Finnish In
.' they will make their lirttt appearanceis 1 ters. wa- Finland the Germans are prepir-. about two inches wide was favored on I knitting bag and tam are braided to
t not known. ing to take Hel.singfors, according to I the Eton dresses and suits. Belts too
Polish soldiers have been interned in I make up for the absence of trimmingon
k In spite of the terrific strain tot Hungary, their dispatches from Petrograd. They already ! were either very, very wide or a mere her dress! A dress of this type
legions having
, which have been ueen have demanded the disarmament girdle of beads tied
they subjected, the dissolved by the Teutonic loosely, twice ould be worn for morning or afternoon
allies huve military au of the forts in Finland and of around after the
struck back at the Germans thorities fashion of the chate- and is
because of "wholesale appropriate for cotton Si
treu- Russian
and huve warships! in Finnish waters. lames of old-time
regained some ground. castles. The waist- well woolen
Ion in the ranks. The as materials. The deep
;: Japanese- force has been landed landing of Japanese troops at line of course
._.". ". '.'..'UIV'UK........... .... .L.n.. eant'rnermml.S_ .. .. ( 'uetutav VlaolivOI'lnl. .-.-- -..--..< ;.-. nnnn.nn....w. <..+.l..,)'. "'.'._.''_''" 1 H'I_'.. I .'._,_,._,,I....... was very low in these I pockets belt may be omitted and a leather
Facing American be
I" French and British tion between theRuasinnBoihevflt can worn if preferred.
t cf the trans-Siberian railroad.
r:' There has been artillery engagement troops equipped strongly for entrenched and, well government and Japan. Nikolai Lo-II
battle, the German
:f !) in various sectors of the Belgian has army nine the Bolshevik premier, in 1&lpt'ech PLENTY F J-ROOi
for the moment given up its direct Loolc for the B*.t, :
r'\!: at !Moscow asserted
und Kiench fronts outside of the drive that Run- I ,
: against Amiens. After T3 vlll (1ml It less to I
... battle urea in 1'icurdy The city or'' sin would probably have to declare ShouldersAll i-usy uproot
pulse in his efforts to smash straight : faults tlmn to choke them! by gaining From I\ople/ You Know-From Stark
Khcims has again been bombarded. In war on Japan ns the result of the
I I I through to his objective, the enemy landing of the Baking lrtuei4. Do not think (It your
; 110 vector, however, has there been infantry Japanese.MR. Citizens.
now is attempting a new maneuver I I faults! ; stIll less of oilier faults la I
I Cares ;
fighting of
an unusual
nature. which i is intended to S.\PPO'ol The greatest lao
In Italy there has been broaden his field : THH HARD ROAD every person who cornea near you skeptic can nardly
ual patrol activity. only the of action and, reduce the menace of a QUESTION.Lawtey : I When CALUMET look for nlnit I Is, gaml nnd utronj ; to be convinced by evidence liki this

Sunday uS-I I counter-offensive' that would! nullify 'I comes in, all baking bonor that njolctIn it ; and your It is impossible to produce better
all! the
\ gains made by the Teutons Annl 8 faults will drop ofT. /like deal 'I proof of of
The Germans are continuing their since March 21. 1918. troubles take: quick leaves, merit than tbe testimony

plunging tactics in the Amiens battle I I Reports from the battle line in Editor Bradford County Telegraph: leave. You go right when their time t'ouws.-.JtuAJlln. residents of Starke, people who can
Pi- I notice in
arm with their operation rapidly developing cardy disclose the first stages of this that the your paper of last week ahead and mix up baking 1 tIC:! seen at any time. Read tho following
voters of
into a greatly magnified Ver new German offensive aimed Ileilbronn! desire to materials, for biscuits case of it:
': dun. 'side of the salient the allied at either know how I stand on hard road bond cakes- -Qn>lltnR vithout fear Aw Hansford Austin farmer Starke.
The similarity with the classic in Imps. i j Issues and other important questions. of uncertainty. Calumet makes with DEADLY POISONS ,
OX- From
ln Bnssee .canal in the says : "I trouble from
north I will for failure. was having my
umple' uf a German attempt to bunt to the say their benefit I stand you forget
down sectors east of Laon the great for hard roads, but I do back all the time and Doan's Kidney
an enemy >by> .sheer force Is daily I not believe {1'1
growing.:'. This development obtrudes dering military, forces of the enemy are thun i leaving it up to any one man. I think! CALUMETBAKING i Pills cured me. Others of the family
itself not only because of the narrowing with tho bombardments de..pening nil such questions as bond issues have also used this medicine with
of the urea involved in the attack On the the intensity of drum fire. I I should/ be submitted to the people for FOR SALC BVJ. good results. I am glad to e' dorso
in tile western "elbow" of the sal their consideration the I Is tho moot ttf>nr bcnura it cVrj ylvo it."
practice of hurling great mass lent in the allied I lines the Germans the ns popl have mont frrjcii renulta. It nii its biic W. WHITE & SON:
es of troops ut the defenders of a narrow lire forced to burden to bear. Let the people Rent d.masd bvcauae it la the most *. I "The Central Store" Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don'
fight up hill. Their advance have the ttiutablt. The(jet that it .s tse: hi
front *
sav-'i to whntho
regardless of in simply ask for
sacrifices they remedyret
but a kidney
across the lower ground I gnu tidier proves that it I is tie heat STARKE FLORIDA.
by reason of the newly developed ten- tho Somme Ancrp Avrc and Luce along riv- want to bear it or not, then if they Atrlal! will:convince'> you that I there I Is ))oln's: Kidney Pills-the same that
dency to alternate the should vote for it or nnnu'juataarocd. Puyacnn ti yi. u -- cured Mr. Co.,
rest against and
!periods for era has carried them to nre are nt t .ntr-ticd take it back a,4 Austin. Foster-Milbum
one sector while the other is in action. hills which up a parapetof not ntisfled they have nobody to kick I net your money back. -a Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (101CARF.LESSNESS l
Thus sentinel the road to but themselves. As Calumet? contain nn'y' such COFFINS CASKETS
Saturday the main attack was Amiens.! Attacks in c>rh"r import- fnvre. I
:' delivered on the allied center after bulwuik have netted along the this natural art 'questions I dT net quite understand dients tilhcully ad by have the breri U S.Approved*uud And a lull! line of '
L the blow launched south of the Somme insignificant enemy only fust what th"v mem. hut I will Authuritie .1 Undertakers' RESULTS
"i' Thursday/ and that driven into At the gains at horrible cost. nay that if I wn n member of the To.K..wk.o T.. ..*U. Supplies FAt LURE.
north of the river Friday had spent points German efforts hive board of county commissioners ami, Tie.".w... ,.. ...U. Automobile Hearse.
1 gained, hut these
themselves.Saturday's. gain have resulted should there como urt rmffstion Always on hand. Th host That ; : ,
,. only in the formation of n'.iarp: loa!Ii- tiny involving HIGHEST er. is why say, "Feed B. A
big plunge appears to the mtintv' Interests or anv- vice at the lowest prire Thomas' dl.rpctions.
ents which are swept Hy rifle QUALITY Special I II Hog Powder according) tl)
rmvp had its starting point just to the gun fire and tempests and machine other' I"t..r.t< I would not rwss on it I attention to tollers! orders, I ." DO NOT FEED IT SLOPPY -
of shell
south of the Somme, where the British whenever until I hiv f"|i'v. inviti"'atrrl the mat. HIGHEST but mix it with ground feed and
right flank Is enemy troops are seen form- tee, th<*n I would AWARDS
the oki
near junction point ine for an nttnck. r mv decision on RecjistereclEmbalmer moisten with Just enough water W
with the French. Apparently aiming tne true merits of thoufsHon and make
There I Is a wholesome respect in the the a crumbly mass. Then each hof
at the Albert-Amiens railway in the German reTrnl staff for the allied feet "r"pd."I.. ".' onring: I"find PeWITT C. JONES gets a beneficial dose. See full directions
.' vicinity of Corbie, about ten miles east reserve the interest! e' th" district and l U
4 army which, as yet. apparently the people I was representing.' I--t Starke. rIa i If you on are package.not satisfied.Your money Sold by J-

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News of Florida in Short nc;' un.e hj'te Thursday Mr. Leonard Hallbrook: and Mr. K.
Paragraphs. i delivered at it will IK-
I from Jacksonville I once returned be given directory service and ifaddresses
to to StaIeFriday 11. Taylor'
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the whichis
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I to Jacksonville Friday evening.Mr. Lucite Harrell the .specified 1 or implied by the return reasonably certain are not found
!i Live State was guestof cnrdrt. This order, as stated by such mail shall be returned at to
NewsTold and Mrs. Roy Ott, accompaniedby her cousin, Geneva unreel!, Satur- Postmaster once
L .J a lady relative of Mrs. Ott's, were day afternoon.Dr. General A. S. Burleson, the sender without regard to the

guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. r.:. Carefoot made a professionaltrip reads an follows: number of days specified I or implied
by Our Exchanges. D. Saylcs. here Saturday night. City carriers' returns of first-class by the return cards thereon. Such

-- Mr. A. A. Stokes, of Jacksonville, :Mr. Lewis Shriver passed through ordinary mail bearing t-! e senders' mail shall not Ix placed l in tho gen
---- -' was a visitor to Lawtey last Satur- here Saturday enroute to Brookcr. Mr. return requests, which a"a not deliverable -,, eral delivery nor held! to await

f The board of pardons has been in I day.Mrs. Shriver In one of Uncle Sam's boys. at the street addresses call."
session at Tallahassee during the past who will follow the plan. lie urge Paul Dinkins and little daughter :Mrs. Emily Baxter was a business
1 1 two weeks. the patronage of American manufacturers Mildred, of Jacksonville, are visit. visitor to Brooker Saturday.Mr. ESTABLISHED 188ft

who can supply the drugs at ing a few days with relative in Law- S. C. Andreu and brother, liar- J. R. DAVIS & CO.
St. Augustine turned out en masse lower prices and thus keep a stream of tey.Col. Icy, were business visitors to Brooker
Saturday afternoon for the big liberty gold from the enemies of Uncle Sam A. 7.. Adkins un.l family wore Saturday. INSURANCE
loan parade. and the rest of civilization. visiting relatives and flier.dt in Lnwtey Mr. C. M. Andreu was n visitor to
lust Sunday. Worthington Saturday.Mr. Fin TornHa, *ccliloal. "olollulllle,LI !lIIIIY, Plal81i Ins, Stein Billtr. Birglarj. Bands

I I Joe Nash, a farmer of Hawthorne I Unless he offers: full, complete and Mr. Thos. E. Adams, of Luke City, Joe Surrency and sister, Mm STARKE, FLORIDA

I I lost his barn and horse in a fire last abject apology to the woman he insulted was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Mr. Rosa attended Sunday school hero
Adams was cashier of the Lawtcy Sunday.
Friday night. Origin of fire unknown Saturday when she tried to sell
I. I i and no insurance. 'him State Bunk last year and made many Quite crowd
| a liberty bond, trouble is ahead of u gathered at the
friends while here who were glad to church here afternoon have
' ; j.T. f' George a St. Petersburg man. Sunday to
'I,; /i| Oldsmar was the first town 10 report The woman went to the apartments see Mr.him again. Sunday school and when the crowd
i I having raised its full quota of I and knocked. When George appeared James the Gill spent Sunday in.Lawtcy started home they wont in the ruin and 11 GO ToMitchell's
guest of his sister, !Mrs
1 liberty bonds, with an over-subocrip- he was asked to buy bond.. lie slammed H. C. Peace. everybody got wet. Some rain.
tion of 100 per cent. the door in the lady's face. She Everybody remember the second 1
:Mr. and Mrs. J. Carter, of Stark", Sunday.Mr. .
I reported to headquarters! and a committee were visiting relatives and! friends in
While C M. Andrru
attempting to cross the railroad waited on George that after und near Lawtey lust Saturday and was a business Drug Store
track at Homestead Saturday afternoon noon. He[ grew indignant ut being Sunday. visitor to Worthington Springs !Mon
F. A. Green day.
was seriously questioned us to what occurred and :Misses Maud and Carrie Ovrrstreet .
injured and! his car totally wrecked said that the woman had lied. He[ was were visitors to Raiford Sunday.Col. :S: \MPSON: NOTES.Sumpwon. FORTAN
when it was struck by a passenger then notified to be at the board of A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was
I trade headquarters) Monday morningto transacting business in Lawtey Mon April 8.-Mr. and Mrs. .E.
make full apology. lIe wanted to F. Harder: and Kirby Smith motored
I G. A. Wiggins, of Hawthorne hada day.Mr.
know what LAC
narrow last Tuesday would happen if he did not Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill, to Sturke: Saturday.
while apologize, but the committee was silent was a business visitor to Lawtey last Miss Violet Chapman spent Tuesday :
crossingthe S. A. L. railway at
and repeated the command to in Piilatku
ap Friday.Mr. with frirnds.S. .
Rex. Ilia
ear was struck
and completely a Ke freight was pear. When he appeared at the bouid Edward Stokes! of Wymaumo, I' J. Prescott was transuding'1' Always get Mitchell's prices firston
considerably bruised. of trade rooms Monday he made a full wus the guest of his parents, Mr. an i in Stnrkp Friday.Mrs. .
and complete apology, expressing regret Mrs. G. W. Stokes, Saturday and Sun J. C. Raulerson mail daughter,
in the line
1 A serious accident was narorwly that he had lost control of himself Ethel, visited Mr. and, Mrs. Grover anything Drug

''''i'' averted Friday on the Winter Park and, said that he is in such a high day.Messrs.. D. L. and (). J. Phillips und Sweat, of Starke, Friday and Satur

,:-.r, road when a large Haynes car crashed ly nervous condition that he was hard J. Norman, of Woodlawn, were visitors day
\& into the side of an Overland car ly responsible for what he said or did to Lawtey last Friday, while en- Mr. "Jnt-k" Davis, of Orlando, was
;'tre driven by E. W. Davis of Orlando. at times. He[ said he had simply gout route to Jacksonville.Mr. here on business Monduy.
jjfr Both Buffered painful bruises. to pieces over nothing and his apol- Curl Woolen was a visitor to Mrs. E.: r.'. Hardec visiting her
, :1 ,:.. ogy to the lady was in writing nnd 'J. Jacksonville last Friday. parents of Theressn, this week.

'm Saturday was red letter in KO verbally made. Mr. Willie Bray, of Dupont, was iiLuwtcy "Pete." the little son of II. A. Prcs- I
"1 a day on business! the first part of colt, has been seriously ill, but is
Gainesville, the occasion being a cele- the week. much better ut this writing. LET A GOOD MECHANIC TELL
Sfp bration to awaken enthusiasm in the All that remains of the former German .
> j 4":third liberty loan. The pageant was in Club, of Jacksonville, to suggest Don't forget the election that will LAV 11I1.1.-:>;<>TEsT:
'I tithe, greatest thing ever witnessed in its former Germanic entitlements be held Saturday, April 13th, for the YOU

\til that city and it is estimated over.. 1.200, are its Teutonic members and I purpose of electing three trustees for (day inn, April. .. 0.-Ur.i w. ,.,.. Iludson
two and fix
memories of the The second years to millage for the
people part. past. .
of JlIl'ksonvill.'isit'rl his j
in its sub-district. I parents that to prolong the life of your machine
Stage transformation
1" :Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hudson, Sun-
:, I. Rev. W. L. Overstreet was transacting raft ((110.1 possibly own life)
< The liberty day celebration was of- Friday night, when about' hundredmembers business Jacksonville your
I in !Mon day.Mrs.
.'",. lectively carried out in Tallahassee, of a vigilance committee day. |11. Lung und! Mrs. F. 1>. Lang you should have it thoroughly inspected -

:')V: marking the inauguration: of the third took matters in their own hand and Mr. T. T. Blackburn, of near highland and! little son, Homer, visited Mrs. J occasionally.hetber .
'%, liberty loan campaign. Saturday!; af- chiseled the word Germania from the Walter Itaymon Saturday.Mr I
waN transacting business In .Lltw- \\ you are using it to the
;i,ternoon a mammoth parade of one marble cornerstone, cut the same word tey lust Saturday. :Nelson", Prescott und Robert
1 thousand school children and from a glass case containing the club's limit on the road, or often leave it
? as many: Rev. R. O. Wright, of Dunncllon, Carter' tended church lit Mnxvilln I7t
college girls and citizens marched service flag and then painted out the was u visitor to Lawtey Monday. Sunday.Mr. I idle in the garage, you will need

through the city. former name from the secretary'ssafe. Marshal E. K.: Burney was transacting : L. W. Wilkinson", und two children repairs, ant we are thoroughly
The work was performed during business in .Jacksonville Momlii". Katie and David, :Mr.\ G. E. Wilkinson I competent to make them
. The sweet potato weevil is by far i the rain which fell in the early Mr. and Mrs. Willis and Mrs. demons Jr., :Misses Alice and. dur.\ ,
the most serious post of the sweet po j evening.; The committeemen went and baby were visitors to Haifa Present motored over to Starke Wednesday Call and let us show you the
tato, DO dangerous indeed that Con- |about their task quietly but with grim I rd Sunday.J. splendid cur we arc handling-theliriHiroiv

gress has berore it an item in the gen 'I determination to make the change K. Wilson was a visitor! to Jacksonville I Mrs. 1 L. S. Carter' visited! Mrs. W. Join the many satisfiedpurchasers'
eral appropriation bill of $25,000 to 'complete. After they had! finished", and ", Sunday. M. Padgett! 1 Sunday.Mr. ", .
help eradicate it. The Florida State '{the! men were satisfied that there was There was a good I attendance last und. !hire B. C. Carter visitedMr.

Plant Board has been liiiiy for sometime nothing visible to suggest/ the old regime Sunday at the first of the special se>-- : and Mrs John Austin Sunday.Mr. I
in trying to get rid of the enemy .' they departed in automobiles. vices announced by the Hev. Alfred! : ('u'r'' Wilkinson, Jr., Briscoe Sales & Service CompanySTARKE
of one of our great 'food: crops Changing the name Metropolitan: Evenden: to take place in Grace M. E.: iMiixvillo: Sunday. :Must bo Vi..itl"j
club about week ago, it is said fol- church on the first Sunday morning ruction t there ?

Student Aviator Thomas W. Eden lowed a call made upon the directorsI of each month. The theme of the |wtor's ... Mi-s in dead and Student J. J. Mitchell Jr., I by members of the committee, who'IIrt.p' sermon was "The Lost Chris!."' u buxinoss trip to the !Magnolia farm ,
is in the naval hospital Buffering from i securing, a promise that such action On the first Sunday of next month the Saturday.)

serious injuries, as a result of u collision -{ would be taken commanded that pastor promises something new in the, I 1I11IS9Ii..... and Clara Prescott an I IMrs. I
between two aeroplanes while the former name be removed from form of a Biblical diulo-rue betweenthe : I. Wilkinson und daughter, F Da 6DDW+lx'34LB"&t3-v63a4DD t-"t-"M+D444d4 t-W'W-3'
attempting to make a landing i Ilt the 'sight within forty-eight hours. Fuil- choir and the pulpit. The peopl, Irene, visited! :Misses Jennie, and Mn-
Key West training station Friday '''ure of the directors to comply with of Lawtey arc already becoming curious miiPr I .'si'ott I 1u r ndnY.
r morning. When the accident occurredthe this demand is said lto have caused", the to kilo* what it will ln. like Mr. D. Lung visited his! brother Mr. I HARD WEAR f

two planes were fully one hundred committeemen to take matters in their, It is reported that Mrs. !M. I E. Edwards W M. Lnng near Lnwti-y SundayMr. ,
feet high and the machines collided ina own hands. When the committee wen who has been spending the winter G. f E.: Wilkinson, .J..., returnedI"

wedge shape, with such force that to the club building several operatorsset in Gainesville will return to hi-i I Jark'-onvillc' Fiidny, after1 upending i ii
each became uncontrollable.Dr. 1, to work with cold! chisels and mallets home in Luwtey on May 12th! to remain u few days with his parents, here f "Hard Wear" naturally suggests itself when you
to chip the name from the corner for the summer. This is good 1 Little Freddie Miiymon returned to
think of Hardware.
M. S. May, of Kissimmee has stone. A dance was going on inside news to the people of Lawtey amo'i,' hi.-: home from the hospital in !
written and l is", circulating a letter to and members of the club, attracted by whom, the lady ill very popular. sonville and wi- are very glad! .rnrk'i Z "Hard Wear" is what you expect to give any article I Ii

the American druggists asking themto the sound of the mallets came outside The church bells", failed to ring mil port that he is improving fast.Mr. : bought at a hardware store. i
boycott all German-made drugs both to learn what was hapening. They their" usual call to services last Sun- : H. II. Hudson made a business'
during and after the war. He points were told to go back and remain quiet day evening! the weather man huvini": trip to Jacksonville Suturdny. And that'.just what we GUARANTEE from every .

out the reasons mid offers to supply and nothing would happen to thl'm.1 decided that the church people had! Messrs. G.: E.: Wilkinson, Jr., B. article bought of us. ;

lists of German firms' to all druggists This demand was complied with. I been overworked and needed u rest. It Lang and H. II. Hudson motored over" Z Our edge tools are made of the finest tempered steel .
m to \\ie moped thut the will to Law t toy Friday on hu.sincHx.
rest proveso Zlimber.
I : Wooden articles are of the strongest and most suitable
beneficial to the spiritual health "f :Misses Kihth; und Ella: Starling visited -
MKS. BEAVER: (It' LAWTKY, HAS : Mrs. James Ilamnn, of Jacksonville, Z
I from : at her the !people! that the churches will to- plisses Irene und KILt Wilkinson : .
spent Thursday to Sunday
:NARROW ESCAPE: : IN UPNAWAYLawtcy crowded to overflowing next Sunday, Friday.Mr. sell hardware that GUARANTEE :
I country home in Enst: Ltiwtey. : In short, we you we
;.Mil-tin Carter unit I Mr. llnvi'l
April 10.-An exciting |I Justice It. D. Kelly of Raiford, was doth morning-- :. _and-.evening- -- Tanner visited :Mr. D.I bang Sunday. i. to stand HARD WEAR. :

scene was enacted on the streets: of j, transacting business in Lawtey several OLD ItKADrOUD NOTIBrndford ':> Kev. James Strickland, wont to White Anything from a tack to a tractor. Z
Lawtey last Friday in which one 1 of i,. days" lust week. House Friday and returned Sunday.Mr. .
the leading society ladies of (the, city 4''I. Mr. Enoch: Grifli.s and family were April 10.-Miss Ruby ril-: ./. H. Preseolt and Mr. B. C. i LOWEST PRICES ii
/visitors to Kuiforil 8un..
took quito u prominent part. Slrs.: lilY. wards was sick a few days last week Butler" li!ft :Mondayfor 'Jri-en; ('"V" to
Farris, recently from Chicago:, wall i Curl und Drayton Colley, of Ptarke, with the roseola, but is up now. attend I court i DEWITT C. |
out carriage riding with MI'''. (G. II. were visiting relatives in Lawtey last Miss Ellen Lynn has been un th" --- -- JONES
Heavers no her guest. They stoppedin ( Sunday. sick list this week but in improvin; NEW: fill) ((qR: FOK HI"1II.N; MAIL

front of one of the lending stores// Mrs. M. K.: )Edwards; of Gainesville, ut this writing. IS ISSUED.Il I :; : i Starke Fla. i

Mrs. Farris", alighting to was visiting relatives and friends in I Little Virgil Newborn- visited. h ,
business, leaving her guest seated in I Lawtey Sunday.! grandfather this week. wun't do uny good to put "attr'r X .
'i-b* 9 D i+t-M>-39-t' 1"1tH-t3'34+ 'H+rrS444',
then several It) day return to, .te. upon 'YN. t H'bVvi"W
the carriage. Just boys I' Mr. W. S. Uiggs, of Georgetown, Mr. T. II. and J. V. Edwards and
came along on roller skates and. the Putnam county is spending' a few diys Mrs. C. N. Edward: wore I business visitors -

unusual noise frightened the horse", in Lawtey at the home of his parents, to Starke Friday, Mr. Edward:
he decided to escape, and escape hi" Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bigga. M I... Bi,;. gs carrying his colored hand for exami
taking the guest with him. :Mrs. .did'j i is resting up a few days, having been nation. -I
a. era reached for the reins but they had confined! to his bed for Home time with :Mrs. E. t;. Baxter is visiting her

I' dropped to the ground, so the horse' pneumonia.Mrs. I duulI'ht..r.Irs: : Annie I'inholster. this! Your FinancesIt's
0 had it all his own way and made the ; i. K.: R.rtfiru; : of Starke, was week. Mobilizing
: most of hill liberty. Faster and faster \ a guest last week at the home of her Mr. C. !M. Andreu was a business
" he flew, while !Mrs. Heavers maintained father-in-law :Mr. E. J. Robert visitor to Brookcr Saturday.
her nerve in commendable style i :Mr. James G I riml fellow: was u visitor Mr. C. H. Newsom was a businesr
until the horse imagining he was on to Jacksonville several days of last visitor here Saturday. dead easy when your available cash is all snugly

a drunken spree began to reel from we k. Mr. Eurnin Dowling, of Waldo parsed in sound Bank. You handle
aide to side. Mr. J. I D. I Kundall returned to his through here Thursday. reposing a can your

People began to run out from every :( home in East Lawtey last week, after :Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards and finances with less cost and trouble.

direction and several desperate attempts spending about six weeks on businessin Brother, Seeber, were visitors to

were made to stop the runaway Cincinnati, Ohio. Brooker Saturday. This Bank can render you valuable service in all
but each one failed until a long, lean, I lion Charles E:. Davis, of Madison :Mr. Mark demons was the guest of
unassuming sort of a man just stroll. I county, was in Lawtey last Saturdayin :Mr. Mabry Harrell Sunday. matters of finance.

ed out cool as you please in front of / the interest of his candidacy for Messrs. Ena Ruby and Elma: Edwards -
the horse, raising his hand like a I congress for the second d'{trlct. He and brother, Seeber, were viitors JOIN OUR ARMY OF DEPOSITORSand

magic wand stopping him instantly.Mrs. made a good impression >n all whom to Lake Butler Sunday.
be for the financial battle that faces
Beavers', life was saved and another he met during the short t'me he was Mr. Mark Clemons was a visitor to prepared
hero was added to the list of here. Mr. Davis has a .itate-wide reputation Old Bradford Saturday afternoon. you.
applicants for a Carnegie hero medalin he being the father of the :Mrs. Nod Thomas is quite ill at this

the person of Mr. Mike Futch. Davis package law. We hop he will! writing! but we hope her a speedy re There is nothing like a bank account to give you
Judge James Kelley, of come again and stay longei./: covery.
was shaking hands with Madison'l Mr. J. B. Dye came up fion, Jacksonville Mrs.: Mallie Lynn was the guest of stability in business. It is always available.

friends in Lawtey last Saturday. The I and spent Sunday at the homeof h"r sister Miss Ellen Lynn Saturdayand

judge was! a former resident of his wifeV r-aropt, ;Mr. an.1! Mrs.A. Sunday.Mr. .
Starke. M. BlancharJ. ;Math Dixon and family visited

Miss: Ruby UJ J, if Jicksom-ille; :Mr. R. F. Valentine, of Jacksonville, :Mrs. Thomas Sunday. BANK OF STARKEState
spent Sunday !n Lnv.tcy: the guest of state manager of the Columbian: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell were

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byrd. Woodmen, was transacting business in visitors to Worthington Sunday.
:Mrs. Enoch Grime and daughter, Lawtey several days of lat wpnk Miss Elma Edwards was the guest
:Miss Jessie, were visitors to Jackson :Mr. Nelson T Ritcl. of Raiford of ;Miss Geneva Harrell this week. County and City Depository
ville last Friday. was transacting husints in Lawt..ylast :Mr. Drew Dukes and wife attended:

Mrs. J. D. Randall spent Thursday Saturday: church at New Hope Sunday. STARKE FLA.a1..Y.M.urYWgy .
and Friday in Jacksonville. ;Miss Enza Blanchard came down Mr*. Will Ward U on the nick lilt ,

MiltS Rose Ott, of Gainesville, is' 11'1>Wnterlcwn Ani! lent: Sunday this week.
spending a few days in Lawtey thin and Monday in Laxv'ey at the home of Miss Ellen Lynn and sister, Mr*.

week, the guest of Mrs. E. D. Sayles. her r rnts. Mr and -11'1.\ M Blnn- Minnie Lynn, were visitors to Brad


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not be found A. W. Luke UK. Ed- a mint,' as 'h.i. .hlld And .t law.Mlt. of Goodyear seconds at the prices FOR REPRESENTATIVE +
.. .. and oil should hope for their success. Elam Lewis. ANO HitS. W. 11. JENKINS.J. below. These tires are practically -CROTP t.
quoted I candium.
- W. Wilkinson am a tor mi'mnerth'
--- Aard J. 11. Sapp J. I'OPI'KLI.. :> |fa
; The hog crop will if due measures C. ; 112St.NOTICE as good ail the higher priced Hound of Rcprwentativw and hereby the
J. S. Solicitor for Petiiiomir onnouncr
PabUHhcd WttUy, and entered HA eeC for the prevention of cholera are Glenn Coltrane J J. Wester them my candidacy In Group 1 In th '
Milt V. I: ward.;. tires and once you have used I fort that I know r, !
J. the
at Drown :\Irll. J. J. : mary n..d.i ,, w-
the prmt-office
class mailer at ) productionis
taken, 1 bo 0 immense. Hog W. G. Nettles OF ADOPTION OK MINOR. you will never buy otHer than seconds. | eounty and state In a lcirlnliitlWHV
T. D. Dyul an' '
Moore I"
Stark". Florida. the principal aim of the farmers C. I" I NolltiIs henliv tt u n that the tmdprciBtUHlI t Noll-Skid Tubes I'II In Kliwn' chief clerk of the Moue (..r it,. ...?.
is paid particular attrntioM U. I'. Lewis T. 1'. Register, C. A. I will tnirty ilnyit ufur ante of th a notlc. ap- Size Plain don of IK17, I am familiar with ,n. ,",.,,,
The pinder crop Rowand Young Trading Co., J.; O. 1, iny it the HonorBbk-. I. Wilh. Judge of thee 3UX.1 I : : $10.75 312.00) $3.10 Invs of mud body. I aollclt the .onoa| [ ?..r? I
I F. MATTHKWS.: lilor mid Ownor. to, and to make it u success Thomas I'inkston L. t:. .cull Cuilrt of thel.irlilh. .luilitlHl, IF'Inrids'' 30x3V4 $12.75 $14.75 $3.40 mocratia vot..r. and I/ elected I r. ',,?.h.
Johnson hm office in .ainroville, faithful and efflclont services. U.
ground lime rock has been applied I i'.riila. at A O I/ :I""
J. C. ROHINSON! =! AHHiiclatc IMitor.: The farmers :Moscley, T. L. Cha. cey, Sam Singer I vi whravor ho may In- fouyi', for an order 31XJ $17.75 $19.00 $1.251,
1 tu the pindcr ground. W. II. Pinhol- mithuiizinii, the ndi,pi on of bcvvrly: tmery, 3:X1': .i $11.00 $15,00 $3.45 -- -
all have )plenty of bacon and pork Chas F. Uarrctt, Mrs n ""nwrh"r, Ch"J and at law. 34x1 $18.00 $20.45: $5.45: FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GlrorP; Two
1 have bacon stcr J. M. Rimes, ,I. L. Rhoden Mrs MilS. 'I.O't" CADY I hereby announce myself a in,li] l lit, _
for home use and many A. I r. I'OPI'ELL. STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS Group Two for re-nomination for the
APRiL Lizzie Hall J. M. Shaw, Jr., J J .rn<.
1918 I Ito sell, while an occasional carload Solicitor for retltloner. 4-U-GU: Starke, Fla. of Represontatlve In the LritUlutui,. f,',\L
Jacksonville. Brooks J. L. Star: 'ng, Stephen Taylor i Bradford cziunty. subjpct to the art .... -, .c
of is being sent to -- --
ue WVoTi ao ; ". ..qtr123456I hugs ElM : I mucratlo primary election to
uia ?ua Levy Fralick, II. S. Roebuck, he "A.ja'y;
will be
; Mild Net year home-made btore.'the y Keene, Win. DeSiie J. M. Norman : NN.NN.N.NN.N.N...NN.N.HNNNNN.N.Ni I of June.all 1918.voters I at respectfully said Democratic< solicit the IUIJ\lCtt
in primary .
J. M. Rising Miss Mary II. Stalsby 'promise. a faithful discharge of my uj
has been duty I it
calf this spring
I crop B. Rosier i ji 1 am honored with n-elwtion
J. K. Ward
H. Haynes
11121131 unprecedented. If this circumstance 12-28-K A. S.
7 $ 9 10 is not due to one; of nature's manyunacl'ountllble Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Mrs Henry SappI. __. CUBWgI .

{ must be the M. l Stokes: E J. }Frantz Miss Ida am a candidate for KeprwenUttw i.

H 15J161718.19j2Q222mW effect of cattle moods The vast- Sweat S. J. Norman, L. V. Moore W. Inwardly digest all the lessonsthe of Group the raters 2 and who respectfully will participate solicit in th,the.urn.Lm, ,,.

ly increased! vitality of the cattleof R. Kersey Mrs. J. L. Warren Mrs. daily newspapers furnish about ocratio primary to be .held June 4th If gTJ
Alice Davis R. W. Kerce, H. D. Molt, ambition to represent our county in the .icy
i late makes this proposition tenable. .bilnture la I .icratlflcd I shnll exert
the of one's .
necessity having prop- my .
. : 5. W. Wilson J. E. ver
j The wood have been! generally burned Aaron Minton effort to nerve the bent lotto.<*HtM uf thL cuut
2829,301 over and the rains have startedthe Benton, E. W. Rosier Thos. S. Stark ; erty and household effects fully .' ty and elate M. J. S.\|."

I /grass! growing at a rapid rate. C S. Kelly E. II. Carter, J. C. Crews insured In a good, reliable Com- ] -- -
H. E.: Fortncr, J, A. J. McKinney, M. FOR COMMISSIONER fcnsTRlCT !Iol). i
No in nutritious than brings to light
grass more pan, Every day ; I herrby announce that I am a
_ candlwl.
M. Malphurs, E. L Rogers; Chas t .. ,,
for Comm .Ion '
wire grass! and the cattle aretakinlt' County ( fur DiHtrlct Nu ,
young unfortunate has
iJ' flesh rapidly. The increased Davis J. J. Brannen. S. R. Roberts J,. t some poor Providence and Palentlne votln.. prcelncu.' and.
I WHAT SHALL TIIK ANSWER HE on W. Smith Enoch Griflis, W. T. Was- lost hu all by fire, simply because respectfully solicit the support. vf the v;."'",
add the ..
field area will to past- i at th. coming primary .1 .1I0n. If ti"..,
J. A. Levy Ol'ie E. Griffis, Chas. he has not insured. Don't let I will ttil
dl'n. it bent efTorta
A nerrr? .M made UD of 00.000,000 urnire in the Call.I'v'ry ... .. U 9 ..___!.. '" .n... .h._..we..'.II my to .n RITVC.... .... the... ml_' '_n.l.vuaa_ ;
m -' n. U' J Ji. n.
.. ; hombtead! has its \v. Armstrong tewi A happen to Take out policy ",
!i units of individual men and wom .>n.It vegetable B. C. i you. a -
S. II. Thompson ,
has been l well said that God dKlIot garden nat u little patch cultivated Bryan /'YJ/RE ---. with[ us at once and be on the safe \ I hereby announce m/hi-i; ; ;/njj.u.. f I. ,
R. P. .
children with broken hoe C. H. Harrison, H. S. Milliard i County Commbwtunrr" D'ltr'c.' n i 1. r, ,
know America as America 'X by Padgett. Mrs. J.f.: Wilson Harley .urtLtilFT.iza RF. t siile.I i dunce. and l'.ltwtlre. tu d rwitKCt, .t'ly' *vtli -
he knows and, me and.very as of yore, but large, flourishing the upport of the vo'..m at tlut ttmurra,
cept: as! you Keen, Mrs. H. M. John, !Mack Addison primary election. to be held Jun
of cabbage on Ith'
plantings ,
; peas turnips
individual who in the atfjrrp- onions Irish strawberries.What M. D. Carter, :Mrs.: O. A. Griflis. i i promise If elcrtvd to B.rve lau ".-"",. tu r.
Rate :ompri e America. potatoes Williams J. P. boat of my ability. J C. CiJ::WnFrlondn
S. J. Fulch, lardy ,
the family cannot consume i i.*
.' You nod Am.rica to the extent of given to the hogs cows and chickens. Carter O. S. Mcl.eod:: J. M. Groover : JOS. E. WILSON of J. J. Tff>Illn.r annouDe 1m ,.

/I' your Il1d'ridualily. Your responsibility ( Later will bo found, in abundance B. "W. Dees T. G. Tarter George Cone. : candidate for County Commiaiitnm from Dn.

I r ic: this world crisiH is exactlythe sweet corn, beans, tomatoes, Cucumbers I.. L. Leach Sam King J. T. Jones, tract donee I, composed''.....In.I..of Wo I'aluiitinv a..k thi and. *uyn l'rn:. ..

fame UK that of America us a :Mrs: M. L. Tanner FranK Murphy, of the sours of the district for Mr It ',
for_ immediate x
etc., consumption I STARKE FLORIDA I and' them that he will
aaHUw Rlvc
whole. F. L. Drawdy K. L. Griffls, J. W. cartful. ....
and preserving.It elTiei.nt attention to the duti. of tit. .r.
America must put forth every Green, Mrs. A. C. Rowe, Mrs C. K.Uaugheity I -f

ounce of its strength to save itself I is to be hoped! that regular R. A. piers, Mrs. J. J. .iFlorida's FOR COMMISSION DISTRICT to

1 but America will fail to do this to the seasonsvill bless the efforts of our Wellington, :Mrs .... L. Newsom, J. II. ...................4'..... ......................... I hereby announcemynetf a CnndI.r, ,, z..
farmers. If drouth'. I'lcctnin In tin office of
severe ommtv
extent that any single individual failsto Moore, :Mrs.: F. A. !;ran, S. R. Osteen.Dal In and for Dlt-trlet No.2. and n "e rrn, ,.
do hiH or her full duty. I I floods or stoims come!, thin will truly'he I ton Carter, R. M. Hielling J, .'.I i iKicllmff lint I the A'ir' >r" rt of (the \OU' 'r* nt ,11) .i.d!i 'c

Viewed from this angle, are you ] n year of abundance. Paul EpK'-l, A. G. Drown."sptfci pr mnry ,lection I to lie held? mi .0) 'epr"rni.r
.. if d. clod to i'Ki i > I ln! IM ntinun .
truly an American or arc you merelya I -- -- -- nttpntlm, ,
to the dutltw uf 1)) >
hnn ;rr-on, shouting, perhnps with NEWSPAPERS AND=! THE WAR : : .\L NOTICE: I hnvo In the past 11:. A. L':?

tli. ,irnvH hut doing no rrlll l effectives I _____ Fertile Farm Lands -

UK' i' i hithe greatest crisis I From the Johnstown )Democrat we Positively MO. Saturday, April 13th: I r.'I"'et( fully announce I"ftmmixvinnn ..
le' '. nlnl'treduna' ; 1. ? ,I learn thai a New York draft board 'Mil' be your last cliunce'' to get one oft'n YOU'LL be interested in this better farming' coun I D'stilet No. 2 t'iilnlnto .
soil, cttmnte-everything, work with .
for C"nm'.Ion nf I
(.1 d..p l ', iluvin into your soul 1 hI.f oIM has held that it newspaper in an industry > best Overland 1 tj continental] motor ', you Communities well developed; achooli (ire pinmitii- ncctrd to ,'h r c tlnlTlce i..n .

I f I !- .' answer to yourirlf) essential to the aucrossfulpiosecution eats at the fm''J) )price of $7-5.:! Af- i good und churches are nearby. Tranapottation, my ciiruful Attention C J I.I

\ to ',' n'ly' and to ydur God to "f the war and that ftI : i-'i; this Ial,', w* ]ioul fail, poMlivvIv{ i iacihleealao'vod. I -- -. -

t'' "tins, : I luau engaged in getting out u newsrnr'r this car will not be for polo nt an.1vice. COl'NTY COM Sloo.lm: III" 1 I tI

I nn' I personally doing to I in entitled to exemption on the It is in A-1 perfect conditionin ; The Florida East Coast Railway ,' luriby of county announce."....m'.I..n'n1\tiff r MolTice f' ,

u '' ] I Hi. Government: to equip [and ground, that he is a necessary assistant every resp'>ct has only run 5,0" i /IFIanlar Syilem) 'I 8:1. M \\.y and RnilWili. "nl 1,H t'

t 'i ir "Idlers rind! to lighten 'lit i l >> :sly the ] recognition that '' Co.. Terrine Grant Land Co.. Chuluota Co., and II" .be held! Juno liM1 If 1.!
t I u ,I I. ,,"< ? only newspapers toSaturday, it'-' jour last chanciit -. m>ielf to faithfully! prrffim t
ha\o had in connection with. Okeechobee Co -ownn and has for "ale large tract nn'd office to the bent iif I i I
\IV I i '-it r8f ice nm 1 making to will be our private car after tins niv r"

.!i mil f '.li the sacrifice of the soldiers who the war. They have been called on .i iate' nnd positively '.:lot for sale. of\Illustrated land auitoble literature i for on farms your request.and truck Inquiries gardrns : the rights bout to all Intercntfl and no of special nil .IIn'i"t

' give up homo nnd endure untold to give their f-pat'f worth millions in nOSENIImUilOOUE; : answered promptly and in detad. ,, one. C I. .

hnrclshipa{ nnd offer their lives to the aggregate to war publicity and KRISCOE SALES & SERVICE CO. ,

protect me? |, have done so without pay. The Democrat STARK E. 1'1."TH'E ..\. J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President; I take', thin method of nnnnunctr' i ia
6 cnniinlntu for County t'oimn'rtriet i" I
What am I doing to increase the:' proceedsVo : i JAS. D. INGRAHAM, Salsa Aaent No.3. comported of Rmroi I '
| "\ do not read that the merchant OF ADOPTION l OP MINOK.! FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY tabor prtcncta. If clectrtl! I ,t'i ,' I
I output of the things needed for i : I Ia
tl war has I been asked to give goods N lieu In huvi'by nlwu Hint the iindvrniiniKJ! Room City Building St. AuvuBtin. Florida give the Uiitrlet i end the county. i "
or to HUitnin the nation in its. \>''II. thirty, Onyx H'ur iha,. of thi nutlci rinHi 9Q1 membe- of the board.' 1 roint-'tt"' '
stupendous. tank ? I from his shelves. We have heard of }. to the HonorMlilf ..I. T Wlllt, .hllll<. of 'h'! I the support of the voters at the 0', ." r I
no manufacturer whose machines or l'h .ut! Court of I In lii-Uh. Judicial Circuit ur tlan. D. \f mp: "I
Am I seeking[ personal /gain of

I'' higher wages or shorter hours, orlarger tools have been appropriated' or requisitioned I -. ..- -_.. -- .-- ._ ,_ -__ __ .._ __ ___.. COUNTY COMMISSIONER- --: -PtSTIttf--- I I--- .I
profits merely for my own recompense. I'ro- I I I hen by announce myself an n run i '''rthe '"
+ individual selfish intcivfcts I fussionul men whose services have offipe of county comtnfamomr. f. r .I t . .
4 been required have: been paid salaries No. 4. If rlcctcil I shall work fur >', I IterrstH l. ,
# Am consecrating every ounce of my i r I of the county and on this ba. I I. ,"It
1 ii lieing toward arousing the nation. 1 The railroads have tendered f,1, the support, of the voters in the i I""r n ,-
j' Ino free service to the government a toward quickening latent patriotism
far at known. Has the (
into a living flume toward increasing hereby announce my ranV'I! l-i yr. iMy .
' food production, or lessening food needed clothing ? It has gone into the Commissioner fur the Btnrkc t'o> .
t' market and I bought it from the manufacturer | ere District" im.l ronneetfuMv ," r I Inidi >
consumption waste, or toward lias it needed beef nnd nitiun and uupH>rt of the t. I.I n
" the building of xhips, the increased, coming primary. if elected I \. i'' ,' '. ntoward
.t'' I output of steel and iron and eoal! and pork and mutton It has gone into I n frond b limss cdm'nieet.,.,nairaira .> .'
the market und paid the packers an of the ujunty. 1
\ chemicals and machinery, the expansion .1.0.: C. MVINt.snw.,
agreed 'ice. lime wanted .,hol's'lIt
' pi it
))1 I and at the same time the conservation
.. of trnm.pnrtaUOIfuciliti.1t has gone into the market and paid A number of friends and 8..'"w ." r
fur them on an agreed basin. Has have requested rie run for '"' mi ,
I'y rail, water and highway? I lit I wanted of the thousand from thi Starke. di.; trict ni .J 1 I h. .
' by cutting out any announcement of ny cundiclnrv for .. "
every unnecessary required in equipping a great fighting lice. If elected I shnll It ho MV In. II U
thing that the money thus saved may toward jischarxiii.r" the d'.t'.i "r t1. i f '
force land and T
on ? It has
+ dedicated, to the nntion'ti u

t through Liberty llondx. Keel Cross the I hereby .nnuun-that: I r"nd'Is i
things; wanted. lies itwuntf',1 the needed am n
t'' .r Y. :51. C. A. work, or religious activities only things honestly to main ,q/rr r for County CommiHMioner, for Ditn't, ,' .1
i publicity? Yen it
; wanted u .
? Shirk I rmpectfully solicit the "I' eu
1 I great deal of publicity. And it has tain your health and efficiency. this %:4 support of the Demoeratfe elcctmiiprimary 'e e I
Am I : : :: : S
merely casual
n looker-on, had publicity in to he held Juno 4th. and ,eoa

.all r nm 1 consecrating nil that \\a in me, before unequalled, a in measure all the tides perhaps! of is intelligent thrift. The Government careful attention to my duties. M if tticti4H. M'U"/I t, fi.

i my powers of mind and body, to time. For before
never since history ---y
this great task, the most momentous began to be recorded has publicity asks it tf you as a war measure : : COUNTY COMMISSIONER: DISTHIfT 5 )

,t, to which mankind has ever been I hereby announce myself a canditlute fo'
h called played so large a part in war ...-..I"cllon for County Commissioner! of District 1

?f)1. .",m'l as it has done) in this one in whicn we s. subjivt to tho action of the *"nmdemnernte >
a shirker, n slacker '
n phy- are now determined participants." primary If elected I pn>mcont 10
ncnl, mental or a financial coward, 'nuo to rive the dutiea of the office m* \
i We take it for granted that the earnest attention. H. D. MAT
f: .r am I n man or n woman into j
t whom Cod has renlly breathed thebreath Democrat is not complaining and so BCO R11ds Are Not 1 take thta methifl-" afar as we know ro newspaper hurt > candidate li
of life In its largest and diinest a for County Cnmn'l' i'ur "f 1.' 1
I complained because, of the demands! triet No. A. comiom"' New l ivtr Rfjekfrahamt
f nense ?Kichnrd H. Edmonds.1 made on it. The unthinking Filitor Manufacturer's man may I > of 'I" 1 r
Record. niip>ctfully solicit the vous'
mi. assume that tho papers have given all democratic elecfin of the dim. and nr.miso .
..::.. YKAU ()Ile! .\IIt' i) \SIS: I'UOS- I this pubicity without any expense to A. RUl1W'trlI 11'i1nQ careful attention to: too di.licit of tiu. ,
t! nee I If I .
t ..L" .... them. but. in the in-'irrciTitii_ trio ?r'>. wn am oleeteil J. J. UUof: t 1

,.r.. l I tual cost to them has b'e-n-; many-hundred tv a? a Vie' alS9 ttJl Lt15 Y.. r MEMBER '(
While the farming activities in thousand dollars. Irienils of :.. C. Powell hereby ft' v .
. J. this county last hpring Burpnstted I'I Hut the newspapers have submitted him s canddnta for Member of the lx>" ,
any to all this cheerfully and A !School Hoard from District No. 1 Su.rk. "'
? previous time, they are still more in even enthusiastically BflesshigThrift I.nwtiy) and u.illit tht su"po-t o' tlK i <.
( evidence now. New land has been\ and we believe we represent tons at the coming: primary' kn. war t'' .n *
cleared for cultivation I by almost every their feelings: when we say we do not Powell public is deeli'inleremed. in ;..wrwa- sour
'it farmer, and this work has gone on wish it were different. We would, not tyurem.

Jr with such fever heat till often there have the papers charge for the space Through. the solicitation of my f..10,

1 f was no time to ".lon<1l'n" the timber the government needs. It Is their offering requires the = hereby announee mysulf a c.ndldate' foe iielrcttun

I t but green: pines and oaks are of patriotism, or rather a part exercise as member of the county school bul
growing for
of it, for DI.t.let Ne. I. If elected I will glee t6Ichoal /
among the corn and cotton. they proven their pa- of In\c..1 ot Ih. County the brat C.r
1. Fencing the land seems to have been n triotism in many other ways. restraint and self-denial via.. OR.lbl" In the future .. I hue dnnv .'IOh
mutter of nV I Hut what we do wish i is that "I. I feel that I am in "oe lion 10 d"totter'u
difficulty with ethic
many, I 'rvfce thn nut two years than the' pert
wire could not be had, but rails. oldanil classes should not be permitted l to holdup : -qualities without which you cannot achieve the in k'rm and J naprmfully .0Jlet the alll>'''''' oIthu
tYr ncwhad to be used. the government. It in all right to :' success voten. J. C. hleltlE

The recent rains uphold the government, but it | life which it is ambition
i.. were of inestimable tirely is en- your to achieve and for the lack MEMBER OF SCHOOL no.tRD-msT. SO- I
1i I value and tho farmers are busy wrong to hold up tho govern- oft I hereby announc. myself a enailidsl' 'or

'. as bees planting.: Much of the corn and ment. which you are likely to suffer in later f the office of member of school board. fwPistrlct "

Ii. cotton t.. already up and the standsare In nearly every line of activity the years. ford. Worthlniiton No. 2. comprlslna Providence.Lak.Paleslin butler Ila*i-

good But nece.ssitu-s of the nation have fur ..elected Ihs
it looks like a waste I promiie to perform the dutU-s sf
'".\ of time to see extensive CieJ.tre"! nished the opportunity for extortion The olTice to the bent of ability

I t'': from stumps, traversed, by one-horse extortion on the government, on its! money you acquire by thrift you are asked to P. M. PADGETTFOR _..__

'to plows at a snail-like! puce. However soldiers braces, and on its! citizens. Labor em loan-not give-to your country. It will come back MEMBERSCROl1LBOARD.: PIS1 so '

{:< many farmers have hit>or-nnving implements the opportunity to demand to when take this method tf announcing' ;, *

Mi;. cutting wide furrows nnd higher, wages, and capital takes advan you you may need it far more than you of"01 the a candidate far re-election an a, m'' "''x''

lBc the enlargement! ; of thefields/ while Cage of conditions to secure excessive: do now and you will be paid interest for its 8. During County. the School pant term Boanl I have for District nat""04 J

4 the facilities[ for getting labor do profits. The newspapers bearing all use. 10. rive the school Intermits of the county <""
not ...vl.... 'I'
If tut
the burdens reniiejujd I shall cont our
'. increase, will in the of the that
future compel war others low the policy PlNnOLSTfcK
II the use of such implements I I''ur.' are giving m addition publicity This is T. B. .

Here (porn potatoes, pinder", pens that I is supposed to l I" needed. We arc ,I war a frightful thing, but it may prove of inestimable r AUPliV I ...j R' 'r REGISTRtT10V.,

and cam will he grown this than proud of the diflYrenoe and would not benefit for hereby..,.. announce that. 1 am a andltro. .
year to if .I.\loa .. eup'
; at any former time and the acreage hnxe the conduct of the papers chunw! you, it teaches you the good habit of thrift. for IIr.'d roomy 5.p'rvlaor, I mpe't.'y 0'" ...I"tthe

of cotton will also be larger.: The Hut we would like to Fee the profi! i .opt"n "I thu :,)ten It the y' nine e'
fact thnt the boll I teers brought to tax.-TimesUnion.TiaKGRAPIlTllONOK mary alll prom'.e' i crncinunifi... .C fatnfaattention ,
weevil has already .
J' to the of the << .
mado its appearance in some Help Your Country and C. 0 I. ll1ff'l'

will not likely cause any fields Plant-I ROM Yourself by Investing in Liberty Bonds I FOR h.n'by CONSTARLE. DISTRICT aeif a ...nd.NI.!)>.Io'. ..5'r

ed to cotton to be replanted to the olTl.n of Constable No IIRrAdf".d
the month of of Vi."I"l
m .,
as the cotton was planted "for betteror persons THIS County'. Florida autJ..t 10 the ..", I'r
for paid subscription to the Telegraph \ SPACE PAID FOR AND the 7 fk morsa. Primary. to be held Jua,
worse, with hopes for the betW ' Their ramps arc as follows-! CONTRIBUTED BY ith. ISIS and m>"p etriillr solicit the .uplwfl
of As cotton : ->f all vaton .t
course. is needed Cloud i.U primary.

for ammunition tent, sails, tires for [heaver J.Cininey t). Carmi.-hael V.. W. ,Ward A. M. W Itlnn-1. A. M. DARBY ,I J. tt Si\pr -
army trucks, clothes, etc., it is us r!.nrl. K.:. .\. i'a-rish. Nithjin O

patriotic to grow a cotton crop n.s it Weeks. W. K: Till!, I R. -
u i. to grow!" food crops, the R. Ftrirklnn.l' Power of First lmpre*.ion..
more J. .
Andrews H D. Dry Goods & Groceries
: W.I .fin
T. Starke In
so when n failure Anti loss H not '?inies. T. n. I''nhet- .".. Oliver. Jones H Fla. often Spite of tjMJ fact that sloe! IIhtI
:wrt unexpected. And as eatables will be Wm. N. born corrects our fair y'u04

Roberts W. A. Pessent, Jr Ii | APPLICATIONS mil LIBERTY Oil NDS: CAN BE IIA1 AT ANY BANK I IN BRADFORD COUNTY friend Chlorlnila still cello. It tin pat'

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]t t'.niiord April 2nd and 3rd in the ready subscribed their full allotment ANTEU--To purcharo large liodiel l LOST OR STRAYED-Five head ot

:Motl'odist churcr. Bradford must not be lacking in pn- of land in Bradford county lrcal-I I 1 cuttlo. One rod cow, probably now

I Mrs. W. S. Graham, the district ttiotism.Applications. I Injs: must lio directly v'.th; owner. has young cult; one red cow and y

p ctident, presided over the meeting, ) for Liberty Bonds, can'R8, "Lnnd," Uix a5, \i.pes1 1 black and white spotted yearling;;

Bits of LocalInformation '..ilIJ : :r :II l :Miss :Minnie E Neal, state pr.'s- be had at any bank in the county and burg, Fin. :n-'>.>-4 1. 1 one Mark and white spotted cow:

1 nterdance and made an the bunk olllcials will explain them -- -- -- yearling:
It i"nt. wits in ---- one vhite nnd red spotcd
of for devotion and fully to all interested persons. FOR SALK ON CONTR.AC'I'Twocars I1
11r. .1 Idri-fi! full ( npt' all unmarked but one I will pay a
w irk. also of encouragement, hope and IIOt'o: Ek E1-l'lmS: SCHOOLS Early Rose No. 4 Irish pota-

-i ruction.Mrs. TO lib 111.:1,1): NEXT: WEEK: : toes. In new barrels Ready Mxy liberal rewmti for any infurmntio

: F. A. Scott, of Starke, read n I 15th. See 1) W. Moore, Th'rL'.a'l lending ti> recovery of said cattle.
Omr T**.r.. a..M.n L'4 TI Hiss lepton[ District Agent.Nill Visit W. T. Prnlirlf.! Lulu Fill.l5tf..
Do to : :!!
.......... M tl. c...". a1 T._ rite! paper on \\ hat Can We Butlor. I 1"hr.
I \,(t.r"IIllothl'r8: More in the Welfurul Sarke: and Lake <9
I IDriacoe I tlieir Childre' Wednesday aft -
:Mrs Barr opened the sessionby There will lea houscVeeptTs" school
'noun i
I the fourth chapter ofJudges. nt the court house; < on Tuesday, April ;
"the wonder cur" I Mr. Guy C. Cady who left Stark reading. She trilled special attention 16th, from ten to twelve in the morning ,

with the last squad of selected men, of Barak to Deborah: and from two to nix in the after Beauties' I
Mr. Ed Canova spent Saturday in has been trimsferi-cd llobi-kon. N. to the
to ;: I II thou wilt with me then I will noon. Miss! Unroot Layton, district Spring
Jacksonville. i J., where he is a member of le! guard: po; but if thou wilt not go with me, agent for North and West Florida, will
and fire company. Members of the five demonstration of war cooking
then I! I will i not 1>'0. The v-ctorv was
$1 work shirts for 75 cents. Cash Cady family are dying, their bit nil -von by a women: Miss Ada Nimmo, livery: housekeeper in urged to be -

apartment Store. iiKht. :Mr. Cady bas two sistera who I of Hampton, told uf our responsibilityin present. It will help you to feed your-(

are Red Cross nurses, one it Camp SMicr. state campaign work. A most liountil family on the things grown In our There is i no other term'can' fully describethe

Kawson Davis, of Jacksonville,, \ Greenville, S. C., and the other and delicious dinner was served county This work is being, done allover line of
ul creation in
pent Sunday in Starke. at the naval hospital Portsmouth, N, un(*er the trees nenr the church. the country. Jacksonville rncr- exquisite our new

1,1. Election of otfli'ers resulted ns follows chants} have fallen in line anti aro using -
Large line of the latest styles in their how windows for graphic SPRING MILLINERYThe
Millinery at Stump's. Sugar 11 cents pound tomatoes : will
per ; food exhibits. Hlatf.r,1! county
President, Mrs. .J. 1'. Coffin, John.s-:
12 cents per can; salt, $1 pet do her p.irt in that educational work.

Mrs. W. H. lloffnrnn, of Dunnollon,, I sack; lard, special at 21 cents, at t wn.Vice President Mrs. .F. A. Scott, He sure to see Mr. Darby's show( win woman may be thankful that the Govern

is visiting relatives in Starke. Cash Department Store. Starke. dow! It will inspire you to do your ment has not ordered conservation of hats.

.1. E. Wilson was u business visitort ::;ocrelary. Mm.V.! S. Graham, Rui- bit towards winning the war. They are still allowed to adorn the head with
Time to buy that new spring top- We are all willing to do what wo
J'o.,1.,i of the millineryart.
.Hi'khonvillu Thursday. Mr. Wilson the most beautiful<< creations <<
piece. See Sternbcrg. will attend he meeting; of the life in- !reasu'rerIn': James Moor, J.11W' can to help our government if someone
will show us Layton
I<'"'IIIII'e ;nen of the state while in llu tcy. .
Louis Hoffman, o; Jacksonville( :.. ----.----- will show you how to gave' fats, auger -
visiting his aunt, AIM.' J. I: D-wis. metropolis. ANDKKSO.NSIIKLDRAKKMr. : and lour( so more can be sent toour That is i just what we have secured for your

boys 1 "over 'here." call aiuirsee the pattern
Messrs./ W A. juholle and! Dave Sil- inspection and ask >oujto
Anderson and MissMyrtle will be held! in
: Albert W. Similar meetings
Ford and back curtain for
top $10. <-.J'\ left Tuesday foi Live Oak, where hats now on display.
married at 2 .
M. Leviton, Starke. ; Sheldrake were Lake Butler on Wednesday.Miss ;
th"V will atlon I the district conventun in thupresence able t ) '
c'clock Wednesday afternoon Layton winot!\ be Tae goodswill
of the W. O. W. We only ask careful inspection. ,
of u small' company of relatives ,,/wndlion' than two days in Brml-
Rev Jordan, of Biloxi, Miss., is visiting
and friends at the Baptist IMJsonaye -- ford county, but I will give the same sell themselves.Knight's.
his daughter, Mrs. W. B. Young. Maurice : i who the
"Imjlfmi joined
; : Rev. W. i;, Law jerforminK tkmonstrations, ut tho hutch school'
----- navy some months ago, has been, trans the Thurnd.iy afternoon and ut CIrr.hnn .
Eggs, 30 cents per dozen at Cash tested to Jacxsonnlle: and has n clerical ceremony. ix of tlu I
11.ndl'nloll proprietor on l''riday. Millinery
Department Storu.Miss position in th -----------
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of Slarke's most high'' esteemed Homo DoMunxtralumittMil' t
GlndyPrcscott and brother, I 11. Fields' of Palutka is _
Mr. J. .
His bride i.< - ---
Guy, of Sampson City, spent Sunday I young; business mi-n. ; STARKE FLORIDA
'spending u few day with his fnmily, Irom Swnthmore, Pa., but has lived MIMsTKItS: : OP CITY ASK J
in Slarku. I I who arc visiting lit the home of Mr. monii-s with her i .Volt :S1INDAY CLOSING; LAW yvv
____ _____ 1-err for the :past s > "
and 1 Mr4. R. S. Powell !
,\., i I 0.. .1 .1t I t and collars at Stern- _ :,_______ aunt, Mrs. C.:1. )iwund. During lvr DusinesH Slopped Except': _
stay III Sturke sl-i> has won many : \Vanl! Ml
Lel'g'R1" Hut fiir and children, latestlyh"
women j Irii-nds and ndmpefs.Immodintely Dispensing of Xeiticine.
- -- --- ( ', all ,'hapo., We can please you.
: I I L ,, ; loci! ,,r 1\',II'rlnxu, Stamp! ;;. following the ceremony The council met in regular, sos-
Anderson loft by automobile nl.s
I Mr. and !Mrs. :
tpu +n I it tin 1"1 uf td.+I alld t' Jacksonville and sic,, Apul :UU, 11MH, with all mumborspresent )
br I !! .'. I i ht. I R'r.! and :Mi's. John M.jiitiidny 1'iing left for a trip ) .
for thl' ri Philadol- down the Enst ('nll t. They are exfootod tcl1L YLi
of lust nu'cting were fond
and will make Muiiit :n
Knroutitli: ,'v will slop "for u to rflurn
ug/! I : i 111'i r hat phin. with Mr.! mill approved.The .
I their home for the present
.:; iu, I ,1"+ I tell !!". hits v.i' in? .Jllck'onville. I und Mrt. Rowand.MKETIMJ ii-idenl mini,item of Starkopieout "

n I Ih : ..- ,--, .. ,, -I I u/ petition unking fur 1111 ordinance
II .". M. Wninwriirlii! ; : of Camp John : OF '1'lP s'litiOL ANn ,lO'iuii'"IT nil stores und, plnciM{ -1
,( I '..,'lIllIe' it-.ii, spent Huiu'\y: in Slurke at thtih'H'ie '
I CIVIC t'LtlD. of bu ;in' : ID d.c l on Sunday, i'scopl . .
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I Wed N, r
w i.-i t a of hX prirmMr! and Mrs I I drug" stores KJ bo open one lion" t, t. .:

.' I I 1) WuinwriKht.! I The SL'hoolllndC; Clu' will meet in th. 'illomoon, for soiling l moiliciu
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in call session Wednesday, April only. : T
V p' ,' 0', I.'IP rf soft collars at I R. Ray White. i imr- u-wn from ut !3{ o'clock at till! home of Mrs.' K.A. A t'omniiinifuUun! from C. I,. Peel ..1 ..

S 'I'i i '"it+ ,I I Camp Gordon! Saturday: and spent( until Weeks. Jlcmll"I'1of th" organb.iilinii : : asking that the AUthodiMt church" I lx
ufiurno'-iii with his, eats,
Sunday 1111. b. Matters
urged present.
Ali', i I i J.: find II. P.r.I'II'Y. ofI'rooker ;\1,.. and Mrs. J.iy.. Whito. I viral to the life ol: the club arc tn 1. l'pH.fl'OIll mint mi!. in his pitying'opinion' )paving, suiiui: tase.v was :,il-Ilegnl -
: business, visitors to and of war relict
u > di"'U"M'd n profrnm referred to the city nltor"
Mrs. C. A. blacks and children,
Stnrki Win. "day. work arranged. ;
Charlie mind little Miss Allie, und Hal"old I .- ...--- .. -" I" y t'or inveHtigntion und report.
need little Wall, motored to Gainesville II ntATKH orHKKKlts<< : : MtOM: Upon motion it was ordered thuttimo
If :you if"/: Ii ling, you" n I for payment of city taxes bo ox I
\mping .'..' e. Come in and let usvnow unl.ij. I 11,000 I'LANT.S.Not :'; : .
.L. .",'.. .ft'M tr..I".DPn l'n... I nded to May ------
you. are Jiaruware -- Kite
carried allow Silas
Musses John Shrlver: (i. II. Colnon I to be outduiic in the way of Motion: : to

Mr. H. !11. Law wont up to Jacksonville end A. A. Ha.'u, uf lirookcr, were polling large yields of strawberries, :v"0;:: to apply on commission collecting &

Friday afternoon and returned truiisacting business in Starka Thurs- 1''. :M. Bryan I''' that from n fii>M taxes for 1917. ramie FEATHER,
I Bond of (i. C. Livingston us a -
Saturday ni" rnmg. (;'IY afternoon. t f 11,15.1 plants he I'ickccilit one tinf
1 Fer of the board rt' bond trustees wi..i
11 crates and :3 iiuit.i of berries.! li[i'tlO'j YOUR NEST
a Special dollar, summer undel'wl'ar' lack Howe turncd Friday from a these: berries nt the platformhere : approved.A I. IL M

at 49 cont (.ish Department Store. bj.tiiic-s trip to Jacksonville( While in for $ti per crate. Previous t In motion prevailed awarding
for making survey
the city Mr. llowu purchased u fine 41 is picking ho had, at two. clilToren' Lngergren: contract ' invest your money in
Mr unit :MrJ' .M.: Alvarez and team of mule times, gathered nine ,crates and ixr''itos and re-estubllr'ing) Coachman and WHEN you ,

Mrs. W. II, (ir.ilum; : spent; Tuesday in -,--.- --- -- --- nil of \vlirtli orouctit fancyprices. I governmentorncrs.: Bonds you are not giclng
Jacksonville :Mrs. E. E. Rjaher, of Bay St. Louie, The cleik wan instructed the to earth, money to your country. You remaking
for ilisinfoitunt
M:4S.: is a truest at the home of Mr. order I' in the
Don't rill I to see the splendid lino end Mrs. W. B. Young (0.\\1'11 n
of millineij I; now on display at .I It was ordered that! MrH. Jo\: '/I K il world, and your money will comeback w

Stump's. attended 0 'I 1 h. Kewpie f'luli met Monday evenin Jinn bo required to htraighton Hidi-wulk,
.\ nnm'ier of local Woodmen at 8 oilnck nt the home of Mrs in front of her property on Walnut to you with interest at u time
Vrs I." vr"fI'e :Moselov, of Uiiiforn, '! the unvcilinj; of the monument to jr walks
i with other
Itowund.,! 'Hie following street to conform need it far than
C. A. program when more
in visiting her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. SovcreiKn, Mci'ile, of Inmpville, Sun. was carried out:: said tttroft. -j you may

J. (' Manning! .1.y. Thiclerk was instructed to have 1 you do now. And rememberEtJery -
-I II I Roll Call-Secretary.
- --- --- Piano Solo-Mrs Thelm.i JohnM. resolutions piepiirod! ( for the next rogulnr I.
Call at the "riscoe Sales & Service: Mrs.I Ritch and daughter! Miss Ef- roquiringthe construe Ttond you IntJtfl In
Sheldrake. mooting
Oompany for a demonstration of the fie, of Hristo, have K'turned home, after -, Vocal olo-l\Ii" Myrtle the 0 J'atff a Jtoldier'j Lift
thjK sidewalks also requiring May
nf ,
tIpVar Affects lion
N. Taper!, "II.iw![
Brlscoe the ear with a "Half Million spending several days with Mr. !
construct gravelrock /
Cluh"-l\Iillll Doris Scott. Seaboard Air Line lo :
4 Dollar Motor. T. Ritch.Mrs.I \ I I In trunl'ntl11J.tMillst's Nevn crossings on nil street crossing Thl 511.". P.ld for .iid Contributed By

Messrs. C. 1) Gunn, Jim Kicklitcr : -.' Dr. R. Y. Well, of Biloxi, '.urner and Inoz Anderson in Slarko. have
Kirk Lewis i-pcnt Sunday in Rending, "The Downfall of the Kew- The mayor was' instructed to
and l'rslessr!!
; MI.'!"., is visiting her I>rot; ordinance
Giiinwillr. .I litilnn at the home pie Club"-ltrs.: Thelma Johns. the present Sunday cloning MORGAN
1.. F.. and :M. II 0 J. W.
of :Mrs. W. U. Young thin week. Song, "Star:: Spvnglod Bonner"B'th \/ strictly enforced.! C. A. FUTCII.
Allan Canova.I '
Measrs. Gus Beasley,
Charlie Beasley and John Powell Special sale going\ on at the Cash Paper, "Tho Pr.-phecy of our Club" Town ClerK.LASSIFIE DRY. GOODS & NOTIONS, STARKE, FLA

spent Saturday in Jacksonville.D. Department Store. -Miss Myra Barr. I Applications for Liberty Bonds Can IU 11id at any Rank In the ('oual,.
V Jokes-Mips Gladys Jardiner. .
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'+ D. W. Kelley n well known citizen Miss Rebecca Whitehead, of Law- Critie-'olis'l Cl.ra Moitt. 11 .. ,. .. 81-- .-"'- ------
.f the New River section, was in ley, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. When the program, was finished', all ADVERTISINGFOR -- :

Markc" on business T.iogday. \V. A. Colley, one day last week. were invited to the dining room where ______ ,I
of fruit Kabul I.
refreshments consisting
w ip Mrs.--R.-O.--Daniel and son' Hussell, Will Bray, formeily of Saxton, but sandwiches and punch: were served and, BALK- sacks Hed! Blis.. aced, BUILD NOWThe

; were week-end guests! of her parents, now living ut Oul'ont Flug'er' county, enjoyed. potatoes, $H per sack. Sam Rosen !
Starke. I
t !Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edward yas u visitor to Starke Monday. HONOK-ROLL- RICA FORD--COUNTY -berg, --,- --

HIGH SCHOOL! 7lh MONTH W ANTEI-Farm: I odd, married mm
llr. C. S. Austin and far-ily have lion Chas. (0;. Davis and Judge J. R.
J S moved to Jacksonville, whorn Mr. Austin Kc"y, of Madison were In Stark'1 First Grade; -Lois Colley Ruth |referred. II. I.. tUevensori: Rising: It. war may t'mlI1i, year, or next year, or the rest. Cut

{A has secured employment. Stirnbcrg.Second!: U.ado Truman Pnrker, -Pecan--Farm-,-Strike-, -- --- whenever it ends, there will lie a big advance in building

r t, Special sale on men's, women's and .-and Mrs. II Tnmlinson, of Lake Ivurl! :Manning, F.dnn: May Strickland, FOR' SALK: Finf young, Mack, horse! Operations -
olu; cheap U. I). alout shoes for next 15 days at Sunday at the Mnry Lee Wynn, Louise Molt. years
ohildren'a lliiljr: ; were gticMn
tie Cash Department Store. home of, Mr. gad :Mrs. F.. It. Poppell. Third Grad.--Lucile Moore, Virgin- Lawtuy. "-121.: 1.f'OH 1. You will make a great n.i?take i if( you wait to do that building

down JT Weeks, Elise Jones, Miriam Orta- SALK:-Donirnhlp. vacant lot twohun.lred i until after the war, for( r rices are very aft to be much
Miss Rhoda Lari'i-rren+ cine cents flfl . Carlyle Kitch.
t Irish potatoes, 5: a quart ..u. hundred feet. Town
( Hominy from Jacksonville and will cents a peck, Saturday only. Cash & Fourth Cr'ltle-'oIltry: Canova, l:v'r fI f Hampton by one Fin. U. K. /Prime I. !highs then on account of the increa.'ccd demand.

r spend some time With; her parents, Mr. Carry Store, J. F. Kickliter. It. ligdon Harriet titch, Ruth Parker, Dude City,, Fin. iM5-12t.: !

and Mrs. It. E. Lagergren. -- Ir la Popprll, Gi'tsio Man Bennett, BUY YOUR LUMBER AND MATERIALS NOW:

All kind of straw lids nt Stern- .-'ftmmytl'; ::, Owen frlmn.I : FOR SALK:-I'orto Rico ami! Triumph
There are plenty of good curs on the I I Fifth iradp--l'ur.nle Darby, Koa $2
berg's. plants and tomato plants Sitting
potato We complete stock of FIrcrirg, Ceiling, ,
the best call a
market hut if von want ---- T.oviton. Hugh llrownloe, Hamilton J.OOO. E. Gowin, Hampton, Kla. carry
at the Brlscoe Sales & Service Company J. E. Bo. T'IlI1linolon Ruth I'op per Mantles in (fact and
8lill'inlanJ Doors
Briscoe.Mr. Messrs. S. T. latch, Laurie : 4-r/)-3t. I Finishing Lurrbcr, Windows! any
and buy n hnnnn. of l.nwtey, were btuiness visitors }.ell. ,
to Starke ednusday Sixth Gradi--Nellie Molt, iris l-.p; --- - --- - ''carand every [cite of( builtlirg rralerial jcu retcl. .
and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr Cn- FOR t.J.--Onc: Ford touring
have cone from AiVeville, N. C., to and Heywo.di'tack I person, Elizabeth Brownlee, Julio I 2 rand young work hors<".. Sell Don't put off your 'builtlirg. Costs of all lines are contiant-
for Messrs! R. y tcwls nova. at pnrrili.'' price. See Sam Rosen.
the New benefit JJ"xico of to MM.spend Andrews'the summer health. : of Jasper, spent Wednesdayand Ninth Grada-Jessie Forsyth, Lev, \berg, Slarko.' ly moUl ting higher aid higher, and we must face the certainly

I Thursday in Starke.-- f'anova.Eleventh: Grade-Florence Matthews : --- - that the old low prices are gone never to return.
9 A complete line 0Warner's RustProof ----- attended.l Powell Powell. +++++4++++++++.> M++++++-

eorpets at Sternberg's.Mr. : circuit State court Attorney at Macclennv\. V. Long lust Mon. Twelfth, Emma Grade: -Shep, John Thomas, Gus '' COMPARISON *i We specialize! in prunipt' service and the 'best material in

Leslie- --Turner, of Jacksonville, d.iy. Reasley.LIBFRTY. the market. Can save you money on every I till.

i spent the werk-end in Stance with hN -- IHS "''AMPAIONDRAGGING - It 1Vt.1TllJ! t t rr f rt'rrr. let 1 I :4.:

wife nnd als T vitilel his parent. Mr. Wm. Cone, of J.pke Butler Thursday., was nbiisincsa IN THIS COUNTYThe + as lo price, end quality, of cur :+::

and Mrs. W. M. Turner. visitor to Starke i -n- cr olt v lire of :::

born !:0 :Mr. and citizens of Bradford county I j GROCERIESYou :;:: LUMBER &
Mr. A. H. Freemen i Is now with her A little son wa* have not given the third Liberty Loant'1mraisn QUIGLEY
who it "ending tho Polytechnic Mm. J. S. Merce- Monday.J. should .. :
f ; on. Edwin, : the recorlion that it i need l IhrmIhein.' r VI
Institute of Auburn, Ala. receive at their ho ids. :fAfter :: COMPANY
cf Lawtev, was t SUPPLY
will remain with Edwin S. is +
this campaign
Freeman in
MM. Starkj Monday.W. The allotment mparTK our gouda and Z:J:J Jpr'ce
until in May '*hen he roes( with \bu'irta; \ 1 ased on the bank deposits! and on thin i when *
; with other yn.
hue Senior Class to the R. O. T. Camp louis citizens of Krhdford county an
will visit C.T.U. DISTRICT CONVENTION: ::: INOWwFyaetsve ro ,..
*fter whl'-h Mr" Frp""' n expected to buy 1101,000 worth of : Starke FloridaFRIDA
E. Freeman, a! AT It \ IFORIJ.I ,
her son. Tapt. Hei:ty brpd t AT/AT FRUIT STORE

, .f', ,Camp Camp RorHon Wheeler: to, bt and with then her!fin husband on ti, I 21th The district third nncit W. C. T.convention U. was held of th In;. 'I -d The! many campaign towns and opened counties on April have 6th al- 4++.+.4.+44, +++++++++++++++ ----- --_,---._ .., .0..."'.... ,- ____

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Bradford County Farms and 'Farmers :

+/ s -t'v "over the top" six days in the! HIGH COSTS: ON FARMS: TOO. Every farmer who will have cattle, To keep the world alive. LIKE AN ELECTRIC ',
4avr/ s1/a4'awF1983tipwii'kb goes either beef dairy animals, to feed
) d" or
1> week and fourteen ho-jraJojthe y I'eople who live in the cities may next winter should plant as large an Onward, Farmer-Soiaiers. BUTTON ON THE TOES j N
KKI'ORTSfcrt : : ; I I
t COUNTY AGENTS' I1.0UIIrllli'EEcHOI): think they are the only persons having acreage as he can plant and cultivate. I Take up the hoe and plough I I>j

00 4 36 STATE' FOB CATTLE TICKS the right to protest against the Feeds of all kinds have been high in Go to the front to do stunt r
,I, ,4..l !.t i., .iU a,.t-t''e 1-'H3> feel your Tells Why a Corn is So Painful ',,
I ever advancing prices. They may price the last year and the chancesare And do it, do it NOWI

Holmes) County-ITcspecla are good Florida: is known as a threecropstate they are being made the "goat" be. that feeds will touch, higher prices W. J. LAMPTON. And Says Cutting Makes ,
for doubling the peanut acreage this because that many crops tan be cause the food they cat, the clothing: next year. The farmer who wishes to ;

year over that of la't year. grown on practically guy Und in the they wear and the other necessities feed cattle at a reasonable outlay for Them Grow. ,,

/ Lafayette County-The ugent believes state within twelve months. of life cost more. But they are not, feed next winter must grow the feedon CALOMEL DYNAMITESA \I I II

1 the county will have more hind l It is also a three-crop state for the any more than their brothers out on his own farm. I Press electric button :;
an and
thin than any previout , ticks experience, has the farm. SLUGGISH LIVER : you .
better hogs year cattle-fever as -- -- -- form a contact with a live wire which
year. The peanut acreage will he shown that in this territory there are Farmers are compelled to pay as In 1901 one hundred pounds of sugar rings, the bell. When your shoes

,r increased one-fourth or nearly n halfManatee three main crops, or tidal waves, of much as fifty per cent more for farm would purchase 9.12 bushels of corn Crashes Into Sour Bile makingTOU against corn it pushes its preen
your sharp
x r 'ounty-I"armprM are looking lattle-fever ticks evidenced on the equipment. And besides they suffer! or 11.07) bushels of oats: in 1913 it .. -. .. ..nnh An"' nnnn A '..'ntQIHu ..n._.,.._,
t' with favor on the -nte farming lange cattle. the same as tho town man for they would purchase 5.13 bushels of corn :SICK ana YOU Lose and- -fret a-shock-of pain.':"

plan and nre paying particular atten- the first crop is duo! about :March have to pay more for food and cloth or 8.8 bushels of oats At the present Work. you

-ion to ricer They are planning to !but owing! to the cool weather is uus ing and the other things required to time the same quantity of sugar, notwithstanding a Day's Instead of trimming your corns, ,
equip themselves with rice harvesting I little delayed thin season. As soon make life worth while. its increased value will which merely makes them grow, just :

machinery. the weather warms up the dormant Just now, farmers are finding it purchase only 3.42 bushels of corn or I Calomel salivates It's mercury. stop into any drug store and ask for ja j

Hc-rnundo County--'I he agent spent seed ticks on the vegetation become hard to get the necessary help on the O.CO! bushels of oats. Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish quarter of an ounce of frcczone. This i
attach to advanced will cost but very little but is it ia sufficient
. nearly week delivering seed corn toilub active und many of them farm and are paying wagesto liver. When calomel comes into
; boys a and! giving them advice on hosts. what they do get. Home are discovering I The heifer that is handled gently contact with sour bile it crashes: intoit to remove every hard or soft

handling their crops The boy uri They go on through the (malts and that farm machinery is scarceat from the time it is a calf will make a causing cramping: and nausea.If corn or callus from one's feet. A few ''I
greatly interested ill their work. inutuiu on schedule time dropping off high prices and in certain localitiesit cow that is most easily handled. drops applied directly upon a tender
I i'ascu County The question of farm to lay eggs for the next crop which can hardly be bought at all becausethe - -1- you feel bilious, headachy, con- aching corn stops the sorenes sinstantly \

labor ib an important one. There how up strong on the stock, in June stores did not stock up at high The postmaster: general has issued stipated and all knocked out, just go and soon the corn shrivels up so I

: should \\jy at U-ust a half greater acreage and July. The last main crop shows prices. notice which increases the limit of to your druggist and get a 50 cent it lifts right out, root and all, without i

.t, painted than there is to meet thl't up during August. With all his difficulties staring him : weight of fourth-class matter to seventy bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis pain. This drug freezone is harmlessand

demand for food I crops. Howevei', there are large numbersof in the face the patriotic Florida farmer 1 pounds for parcels mailed for delivery a harmless vegetable substitute for never inflames or even irritates

I Semiiiolc County-Celery growing cattle-fever ticks working all the is going right ahead planting his within the first, second and dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful : the surrounding skin.-Adv. (141))

hat not been all profitable thin year as time in quarantined territory and individual fields to full capacity and hoping that i third :zones, and to fifty pounds for and if it doesn't start your liver andstraighten

usual owing to a scarcity of nitrate cows may show a heavier infestation when harvest time comes some means I' parcels mailed for delivery within any you up better and quicker For Indl e5t1on. Con. trpatlon or

..f odn and the inability of growersto of ticks at any time out of will be found to keep his products of the other zones. This change will than nasty calomel and without mak- BiliousnessJust
of their season with the three main crops. from going to waste. ing you sick, you Just go back and get
get prompt delivery crop .. .. I serve to increase the usefulness and try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
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to the market. It is very important to clip all range HOUSEWIVES MUST CONSERVE availability of the parcel post as a your money.If WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive

Dado County-Ono pig club pig cattle at least twice at intervals of WHEAT. i I prompt, convenient and cheap means I you take calomel today you'll be Laxative pleasant to take. Made and

weighed 290 pounds at seven months. two weeks, this spring, to kill multitudes I of transporting mailable parcels. The sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesit recommended to the public by Paris Medicine

The father of the I boy who raised: the of the females which otherwise Why not ship our corn to market ;i increased weight limit will be particularly may salivate you, while if you take manufacturers of Laxative Bromo

4 pig is disgusted ith his own razorbacks will lay eggs to produce need-ticks and keep our wheat at home? The advantageous in the marketingof Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic

that weigh 75! pound under similar for the next crop. Where systematictick University of )Florida extension divis- products of the farm as it will feeling great, full of ambition/ and

conditions amt he is going to start eradication work is not being earned ion repeats the answer to this ques- I make it possible for producers and ready for work or play. It's harmless
the cuttle owners will prolit by EDGARg EYEISOptician
at once to raising I roe-Jerseys. on tion given by the U. S. Food Adminis- consumers to get into direct contact pleasant and safe to give to children;
More than twelve thousand acres will this voluntarily time. dipping all their stock at tration, which involves many interesting I I thereby facilitating the conservation ; they like it. ((13-4H) TestedJACKSONVILLEFLA.

I be planted to castor beans on the lower economic problems. j and distribution of food, which is a'' .

,'d East Coast. One of the I't'UMonllohy there is so Cornbread is a home product and most important factor in winning the To Cure a Cold In One Day. Broken L..
.. .. . i\aea Duplicated
much the of
-- -- complaint on part own-
! cannot be handled by bakers. Therefore I I war. Parcels sent abroad to soldiers Tike LAXATIVH DKOMO Qulnint. It Mop the Same Day Reci.vcd
lilt; CROPS t'NIIEIt: : CULTIVATION l'rMIt this of the about Couch and Ilemlacht and &a
i season year work! off tbt Cold.
America, where sixty percent of must not exceed pounds. I Vh i
seven Druffgtftf, refmul money If It fall to cure. Specialize on Itwl. Orders-We Pty PnUfic
IN KUADKOKI COUNTYAvery their cattle suffering from "salt sick the baking IB done at home, can increase K. W. CROVh-b ilroatuce oo each boa. 3oc. l,, I4O W FOHSVTM ST I
\ ness" is that the new crop of cattle of cornbread while ,I ONWARD, "AI 'IE .S WlEnS ,
consumption ,,
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fever ticks getting on the cattle I -- .n
( (!. Powell, in Times-Union.) are Europe: where practically all bread is _
Ilrndford county farmers/ have under in large numbers and causing excessive baked by bakers can not well adopt 'Onward, Farmer-Soldiers-

cultivation this year one of the loss of blood while injecting u the American cornbread Comment I I I Go to the furrows nowl!

largest corn, peanut and general grain lot of fever poison into the blood. liy spoils easily in shipping and the corn 1 Put all your toil upon the soil, McCALL'S MAGAZINE

crops ever planted in that section. moving the cattle from one range to itself before grinding will not solve Prepare to hoe and plough.

i / Many hundreds of acres of new ground, another that bus been unused for several the problem as there are few mills in .

have been taken in, and in addition, to months the stock. are given a I Europe for grinding corn. Again cornmeal The fighting soldiers have their place; .'vv For April
1 the already large acreage generally respite from! heavy tick-infebtation after and corn are less! compact and They've got their part to do,

1' planted. the crop, if not hampered by the matured females drop off, until take more cargo! space than wheat And they'll be there, through four or
'''i bail HiiiNons, will go a long ways toward their eggs have hatched and the flour. fair I 1. wakes dozens of d e-

. : helping feed the nation. The next crop are ready for blood. This is the American house-wife's But that's not work for you. i iI
"limners of old lirnclford. are Keenly As this is the season when cattle" opportunity to prove her patriotism. I lightful suggestions pr

alive to the ad\antnge of malting ev- owners are penning their cattle to :She: is the producer the family the Your tield is not the battle field; many of which will exactly :'

r try acre count and arc determined to 1 brand calves and round-up stock, it consumer, and her success will be Your duty is not the strife; ''c'
t fit
ilo their share of "swatting the kai will be very little additional trouble measured by the amount of wheat You sow no seeds of deadly deeds, nto your Spring f

d serf" I by producing a crop that will to put the stock through dipping vats flour saved, and the saUifaction of thecnnsiiimr. You sow the seeds of life! wardrobe. McCall Pat.
not only feed themselves! and families before turning them loose. Cattle dipping ,

its, but a' great many others. vats ate quite general In all of -- -- The fighting soldier has to fight hill terns show exactly how
the l'anKCUtUlti..s this timo Plan for abundance of food and
!In addition to the large grain crops, 1.1:' .. I I feed an with to All That's what he's in it for; Rf to carry them out to the

the old standby, Sea Island l cotton, is DII'IWVI'i.1'IVI: : -; BEEF: ('.CATTLK: will be crops needed. some spare. But you are l'f. behind the Bit, ((1'

being )planted unite freely and theicre.ijre I I I . To carry on the war. ( best possible advantage.

- : ,. while not near as laigo a* ,in Purebred Hirl'Vii'J'VurJ.. Great; Improvement \EKVE1: : UE.\.NSIOU: LIVESTOCK ii r ?

r past years, will bu quite noticeablethis in Two irnorntioiiH; Because it happens, after all, (

jeur It must lie remembfreil that The value of velvet beans as a feed The whole darn shooting match, I / K McCALL PAT-

l last year liiadford county produced Native Honda' cattle make a good for hogs may perhaps, he questioned.A Must in the end for strength depend

I a lieu Inland cotton crop amounting toshout foundation. on which to build u beef number of farmers report satsifac-, Upon the farmer's patch. TERNS
a million dollars, and as a result herd the other -
; necessities are good tory results in feeding cooked velvet
those who were fortunate in harvesting sires and good food. Two successiveiiosxo beans to hogs, but a majoity of farmers The strongest nation ever built

: u good crop at the prices cot-, -. on the native stock, when the I I do not get good results when feeding li sure to break and fail

.t b Ion. was selling lit that tint, placed aneat animals are properly fed, will make a the beans just as they come from I Right; on the spot unless it's gotA For April

oj : sum in the bank to their credit, wonderful change in both sue and I the field or when the hogs are permitted decent dinner pail. I
I which will lido them over the rough quality. to pasture them.It .

I E t;; puu-oR mitt the summer. while the (full grain I I Those facts, as stated by John' :'II. I is questionable says John M I, Brave, hearts may knock out coronets, Now on Sale

l ... crop'1'111'is bull in weevil still the bone Scott of the University of )Florida Experiment Scott of the University of Florida experiment Hut hearts ain't worth a dam, ore? 6978 cadet a50D
'Uc 111'1 j station; points the way to station, whether at present If they must meet in cold or heat skin 6570. .
i intention tin Sea, Island belt !
amtlust I
I better' holds, of beef cattle in the sate. prices for labor and fuel feeding thecooked An empty stomach's slam.
year the posts cut the down THE Mc CALL
crop I-\. good sire, he does not mean u scrub beans 14 practicable. However COMPANYNew

t' lust, about however one-b.ilf. Some are of Die'opinion '11 bull, of mixed breeding, nor the best there can be no question H.S to the No: matter how the fighters kill, York San Francisco
was a'| bull now in the herd tiol: :.1 purebred value of velvet beans as a feed for No matter how they strive, Chicago Atlanta
r tib'Sbing III disguise, as the scarcity sure and l infuse new blood into the beef and dairy cattle. They've got to eat and you're the ,,''/It' Iloslon Toronto
biiotiteil the price higher that it has. I herd. Cood; blood! injiionv 'he iiialify.
v- over been since tho civil war and | I
11'11 I it'ioil Iced
akin i>l:>:yj nn impurltuit -
it with a half crop the fiu-miTS made
wart A
1 cnmhmutior, of the
[ more clear money, with loss expense, ) two form the leaven in the herd, tint
." than they have been doing in yours will work. the wonderful N. T. HITCH Pres
WEEKS. Vice-Pres.
past with twice the acreage and dnufile Iy! using scrub sired of J. H. RITCH, Casiher
(. the no pattiou\ *
expenw.Th.mkrt l.ii bleed, 01 of mixed breeding, there
to the war and 1 the inoieasmg can be no uniformity in the herd.
: demand for meat, the farmers. of It'a lloic-loid: Bradford
k Itradloid, sire be used County BankESTABLISHED
county are fast
.''f', themselves that there' are other convincing crops next a year.year and or two then, an a Animus Shorthorn sire sire the, I I

lust at profitable. ;is otton, and 1 they t '" the 1'lItUe111
are looking to the peanut ns n sort of patch woik present Chore all appearance 1889
t, of Moses /I" it were, to load thc-m will belittle I
lOr thevildeiiiOH8 Uhcio once the uniformity of -i/e, shape 01 color, ul- Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE
multitudes of the though all sires t.s.y| w ,r? of the( ,beef
lit'oI.l King
p' Cotton poked then I I type Above all. guard again the FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
snow-tvhutc heads
train tin bursting bull to taKc- their I I use of a dairy bull for heI I hr"I'lin". ,| ", .
I j Uniformity is iriiportaio. in developi
first glimpse III'nn August.un -
and ,
i a held of any kind of
i nod,) A
a uclcomc to the
picka' ; nn load of cattle uniform
In sue and,
ninny fast ath"I'ing the
Southernmowhall.1 '
. make a better appearance, and
into crocus sack, will bemvtnmorphosicd will
usually bring a much better price
'. an immensegreen than a load of mixed cattli. A

their untold carpet wealth of peanut beneath vine*, with matched team of horses or span well-of When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.
I face and dotted by the busy forms of of bioken color. ono care a depository for your savings.

the,Florida packing hogs houses eating of their the wny into Native\ cattle of no particular breed The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking
: country. business.We
.; The ing ate "Iron 10 to 60 per cent smaller .
average" farmer is fast realizing: than t the
the very important part he i is destined eral UIUSON.improved breeds due to sev have learned not only how to handle to
money income
Primarily they earn an but
to receive
in more
play helping important
win present little HOW -
war TO
and is showing an interest. that is foi attention themselves They arc left to forage SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS

proving: valuable In the first place, ; both winter and Your money thIS bank not only works for
Humniet If
they day and
are you
the farmers in arc increasing their acreage they are not wanted. This means to do that this to our experience, it SsAFE? night, but owing

crops that can lie used, to tb' when feed
!greatest advantage, and they are doing ktartvd to such III scarce the animal i is Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable
it cheerfully and with a grim do- ,lgrnw'th IN necked un extent that its papers.

I termination power to aid to the do government everything in their 'i lo be, taken avoid to stunting have feud cattle beyond, means recovery.must Condensed statement of the condition at: close of business Dec. 31st 1917.

are somewhat handicapped, Th"y'l available when ,
\ by a piistuuige is short.
( age of labor, but are meeting the Letting native RESOURCES
ditions in n way that will win for 'on-I cattle run nt large LIABILITIES
and| breed
at will
1\ commendation all has u tendency to Loans and Discounts
\ over the nation. i,'., the size. 145924.96
Where labor Breeding the females Capital! Stock pail in
or not obtainable, i when too young has the United States and Municipal Bonds 14347.00 25000.00

the hand farmers'. at the wives plow ant I hoe children tnka I iinhriedmg also plays its same part effect All Claims and Other R 16186.98 Surplus fund 10:500:00: :
and urces.
are really to be praised for, the great they I .the size>,a things work together to ,dut.e Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 19500.00 Undivided profits. less expenses pail 1680.40
quality and
\ 'Y work they are accomplishing for the formitv i prevent uni- All other Real Estate owned 7.237.61 D-posits 390.841.93
success of .
our arms.
I If
, r The greatest need for labor today the livestock producer is i not in Over-drafts secured and unsecured I 337.68

IH on the farms where an abundant I nnd position to provide to give! his them animals. good care ) I Cash on Hand and in Bank 223818.10
''rop has been with plenty of
planted and I
' the feed
at all
i times he
farmers will probably find' '
are toiling from sun to sun it more profitable I TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL
p to
to pet it where it will do the most native unimproved continue cattle to Pure produce $428,0 22.33 I

, I bred livestock must receive I I WE
better SOLICIT
next at

you meet a farmer on I i tention) than the BUSINESS ON OUR
have WE
the greet greet him cheerfully He'' past had in INVITE INVESTIGATION.I
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.XX.1XXX XX.X lit* wpokt, In u very low voice and mifferine that I was" about to give I.e + + + + + + + + + + 4' . . i re"rr.. tin'. a Notnry I' bile I n sf1 tor ssidounty ,.

with no assumption I of royal infinity.I up my ji'l'' 1 h.ul ottl'n to the place 1. t. E G A I i. N 4) T i C k. e.OKIIKII i ( ...i.1 SiCto. p. .I/n..lly .p"'d A. O.
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h' i 1' 0110.0"\: w. 11. Androwy.
I Tin'i'.' w.i* mitt hi tig i In th,' lrn- tnrlll- \\ hl'l' I ti .iiUin't( cut n thintr but oat 4. 4' + 4 + .f' ',. + . 4 4' J, ii .n,' is' II I..",,,,, I It, i' IIw i'rn'n. d, .

log Illluut time ltmcid.'nt l lout> thorn was "I'ulllId I 'W"t'I null!, inul I ,'\11 tlion : POUt PUItl.K' \T10N. .c,,1 "I '" ilT,,..I i ..h"I ...."'..Ih". lhdr( nab"'. I"
THERE tile' : in! it l unit I I In t >n-iiit Court StnUut;I .I I '.irulu: II". /, " "'" or.., ..,...l I h.irtt itni .h. i.
II.IIM- oft 1IL \ throtiKhI
nitwit tippiirotil' t-lucority In the rew my I i F, :hit .1".h..1 Ciruiill. llrnilfnul (',,".... ",,,:Ih '" ,,,,, ss I I'iI.. .,.t ,", ("", m.' a, .. ..
words. |I tluKni.i; !n ui'my l lnn-k Ui'l'l im" m tnn- I In luiniN'rv.i P"j I$,,. NIli'. I I". w. :, t_
After ho hnil of the cry in'in I 'j' nil I I tile time. I cotiMn't <"unVII..on. I ICumiiliiinHitt P'I'IM',1 I
gono one nurses I ,
I INHnarCt i ,', ' .i I"I IIt "
-- naked uit. what bo hud *al wcnKcr until I illdn't think I'd ever lt>il<)' WitKun j dRy or Murch. A. i'. ""d-
The Thrill and [the "Oh. I said, "George asked me what
of [the Trenches. get. any !lutler.It's I n*>r<*nilnnt. I .INO: \ I I' 0'', ,'
I thought about the wuy the war was It ni'|n Artnir by nfTiiiuvii! plH'ndtHl. to the .& ..1) !<.IIJ 'J' l'Ublle.
:Described l blJ an American Boy |h.'ing| conducted, anti I mild I'd drop In tin \\ U mmdcc that I praise Tanlno (Mil (ni"i| In I 1111' ..I.itHlatnl. ""aIl..' hat Italic "uI,(,' ec PInrldL
now ami am telling nil my friends i 1\\1"i t "". thi i a-r.n.Iitn. thi'ft'ln. ....n'd I, iiI My ramnLt.I..n "I'">"' 'ci'" 'i, of.oJ' (II 1)0-
und talk It over with him us soon as nlmut it.rh'r it I non.nn ili nt at lh I Sliili' ot Ktiirliln, nnil, .hoI comber. A. 1) 111th.
SERGEANT McCLINTQCK I WHS well enough to ln up." I taking a tiny or I II.i u n'Klit'tit! of WiiyertmH, 1l".<'IIh.. .IMT tta'
two I found that I could cat mont any- ,. luiniv-oni' vi sri, (it la tncrerorc nr- -
Then happened one of tho great disappointments thing I ever could' and from that time d;: ,..l"lh aalil I ,tum-ni4tit iti I ri'itilnnl |M. innl 1'lIfU'K: OF l.lrCTIONI'y :

of my life. She didn't 114 ll.l. h. miulrrij. to iilMH'nr to the bill or the. power vraleil In thorn by the School
I the on I have improved. 'J'ho .\' IHIHIS in I'limpliihil( Iii. 'I in unlit < auhi> on itr tu>rnri* I.nw of tho $late, of rlnrldu, the l Hoard of
Seraeant Alexander rtcCllntock of Lexington.! Ko. ant tHo Canafllan 111''' juke. 1'110118 Knells Slid my buck tOil stomach left me shortly Monilny. the Bth' ilnv ..r M.iv." A. 1>. lt>11. ..110I. Public Inalrm-tion of llrndfiird county hereby

Arms Has Gripping Tale That Cverg American Will Read for Ha Tells gtir-ped mid glared ut me, and I think and. I I1'gttlt to pick up. I hnUl'tuul- .'| ",|I... lhi allitiatiiinn. .,r hni. ii l b II will l h.' ori'r an i-lminn to la hi-l.l nt the folio*in?
tho Facts-Unadorned. Wounded a Dlstlnjulshed sIte went out and reported that I was IiI n UK con* ciril by ."-.1 tlffeniliint. im-rlnrm .n.1 plan on the 1'hlr''onlh imp nf
Ke Was Invalided, Home But Conduct Melal Han. I ly gninod forty pounds in weight since I It IH further nrtti-nul tltnt thin ...,h'r tio |>nh. A i'ril. A. II. 1111". fur thu purpmi of rlratmic,
Is Going -Out There" AgaIn delirious ugaln. | I started. taking Tunlac and l I feel better Imhi'it unit n viwk fur tlvp ronii'riitiv. ...vkn thrvo tniHli. nn'1 to drUTtmm1 the amuun.r
For SletoiSin! ani< Itls Allies. An "WO.! Interest 11I11. Personal Really wasn't much Impressed by; { tin I llmilronl. Ciumtjr ",'Io' rnlh. N m< AiiMiprr | m,".....* to he mttmitritK .
!. the Spirit and Atmosphere of Ue Trenches.t than I have in twenty-live years. tnibltHhnl in Baiil county slid ntato.. 'Ihn, purimnv of holding .ell rlratlon the
the English king. lie Repined it pleas- I can sleep all night like healthy Thin April I. 1D18. f..ll.minir niumxl. niiuincrra hnv IMITI appoint.l .
,nut tired little man with a great burden I W T. NVKEKS, u-it :
I child nail l the full of
get in
I up I (1F: \I.) Clrrk rircnit. CoiirtIIT >l 1.1.N.. ...
_ ________ a. KlarkiH-L. C. INiwttll. C. L.
.yy . . to hour and not much of an Idea .
I A * k w"iL. | life and energy I am right on the I II. A.N I'.KKS.t ; I'. .'h nn.l J. C. r"pp<'ll.Ih.tnrt .

| appears that daring the time of getdug furrly snrrteiiuty elo rkUFTT Ni,. 4. I..", llrltlito-B. K. tt.-nfror,
:\ : M JOIIN3.Hiihcitor N, ('. l-re..., J. E. Adklna.
adventures with the black dog and some country when you need It. RS an Individual who would conscientiously -:' tell nn'hmly t> who wants. to know just fur Comutainant' 4.r.r. Ul.lrict. ... 7. IIft 'kln .I(. ('. )IU1t; ...n,...
Inattentive nurse my temperature Wounded Get Great Welcome.' do Ills best In any situation, but what Tanla did for me." rn' >,l Clovpntfttti*. Jam<. I'MilKftt.

ascended to the stage when tbe The wounded soldier getting back to would never do or any enythluK with Tanlac is gold. in Starke by C. P. NOTICK': KOH l'IJIIIICATIII'Ii.o..lm. I.. 1".1"0Ion I.. CVmniT.: : J.U).n.V.I'rbi--F.Ori'wa. M Norman,

tore began to admit another meth- England doesn't have a chance to Imagine the slIghtest suspicion a punch to It. Canon and by onu druggist in every U HI....>..nt.. &of)tTIc.ttw at Interior.liainmtillr.. ; tin M.r n .Irorl No II. (iraham -C. It. Robvrtu.
| of treatment might have been sue- that his services are not appre- A few days after his visit to the hos. other town in Bradford l'ounty.-Allv. 81). ItllH. l'lH'nlry FDKIC.. O. l>yal.

taL But I didn't pass out. The clatiaj. The welcome he receives! begins pital I saw In the Olllcial London Gazette Notica I. hi.ri'bv give that Frank Murphy. W iM.trirt... IA New. tiivfr-J. J. Tolnon.& U.

thing I most regret about my at the rnllrond station. All traffic that I had been awarded the distinguished Drives Out Malaria UulUs Up System of mailn lain Ilomi'atrail Itutlor. .'.111.:"Ir.. .whr. No.on 01 April((579.. 114.fur lilt NK.1. i,,., :,,7..fC.lf;:, Jlrilbmnn-N.(-ann. D. (',Wn,

se call Is that my parents in Lex- Is stopped by the bobbles to give conduct medal. Official letters TheOM. Slaiiilnr crneral. atrrnvthenlnu. tonic, quarter of MMtiun 34. townahlp 4 8. Knntrvto Divw DlMrlct; ltliliiih' 'No, It I'arinvntor.::
from the OKOVK't 1 ASIUl.hSS> rlilllll>NlC.ilnvr, uiilMalnrla.rnrlchrat K.. TnllahAMKv mi-rlillan hin Illril notlriof H.mtdram-E. Moore, K, M,
ton were In unrelieved the ambulances a clear leaving Cllnlldlalhelldqullrterll ,, Colcman. M M. G.i"" .
suspense way he hlocxl.anil h i M.upthravA.Icm. (lntrnOnn tit mak Thrt> '.... Proof h, ratntihiih '
out my condition until I myself sent the station. The people stand In amplified this' Information and a notice A true tnc I' .' ..Iul' ant bllu,..... 6Uc ( claim to tbi* hind aliov ili. .orlln>il. .b.- A.I IM.trlrl,,,,,,,,. N II.... I'U.. "'..,,'b.- -A. A. lfn.,r., I.
from - cur,, Cli-rk Circuit Court at 8tark, Ma., i>nIt
the British office In.
m a cable from London on Decem. crowds, the men with their hats off war ho ITtli day of May, 19(IB.Claimant lntrlrt No. 2 I. I l.awa'y ,I. II. Moore. G. W.
formed me that the medal awaited ma llniwn. t. J. T..
a 15. After the first official mes- while the ambulances pass. Women namra aa witnnuHMi : rry.
rush out and throw flowers to the there. I was told the king knew that .:. W. KuVanli, of N.w Itivrr, Khirlila.i. . II strict No 1. N..ml11lon. J. C. Raulo._...
seemingly A
almost n.
e. prepared
aa a <;i. W. An.I....... of Nvw Itivi-r, Klorltla. lirown 'I... Wy00
face to the announcement of my wounded men. Sometimes there Is a tbe medal had been awarded me when I'.h.... Malthnwa. of Now Kiv>r. KlorlitaW , V"'t.l.c N. fii 1.lIr .". I'. '."""' rr"kN01ICK

alee. my father received no news cheer. but usually only silence and he spoke to me In the hospital. Despite dISpecial M Kobinaon. or HamiNion.. w. Morlita.nonr. DAVIS.( 1'wh'r(8int. )J. W; "'. IP. It. l'flPI'RLL.

[ me whatever. And as I didn't know words of sympathy. glowing reports In the Kentucky 4-5-61. H>Ki.t... ('ount" SuprrlnU-nili-nt and No.........,..
I Tbe King George hospital was built press, be didn't pin It on me. Probably 1M..), 6. Ivln.
t the official message had I he didn't have
gone It with him or perhapshe
to be a government printing offlce and A PKTITION KOR AN III.KCTION.Wi I OP ViNAL
bled nothing to him until I was feel. didn't consider It good form to hang *. tba uniliiraiitnetl vntira anil 1..1 DISCHARGE.Sl
was nearing completion when the war month after .
fairly chipper again. You can't D. C. M. suit of of aub-Hchool illiitrrt t" hi ,ratnblinh rnIknan hereof I will\ prnMO
broke out. It baa been made a paradise a on a striped presentation Mv Mllo NubPI.hl.h..b" ntltlon ray' voucher and dual account to the Honoralili -
ire wars though without these little for convalescent men. The bareI pajamas with a prevailing tone tht. Ifonorahlv lonrd of I'nblla Inatnie (i inn. A. Gardiner. County Judira at
ideratandlngs. of baby blue. Ion of Urailforil County for an **li*..tlon to Bradford county Florida. and ask for air
I ness and the sick suggestion and char. nnal discharge" aa administrator of the _
h<> held' at Kiv. Mil arhonlhoui* on Haturdar, u>u
If It were possible I should say acteristic smell so to speak of the While I was In the King George hospital May 4lh to .....bU.bhill Sub-Sohool Dlatrittbouniliil .of....J...01 R. llallbrook .nd ... A. Ilallbrook. *-
thing here which would be fitting I witnessed one of the most wonderful aa folluwn :
average hospital are unknown here. Comrnrnelnir at th NR comvr of ..... '. This lh. Dub day' of March Ids
d adequate about the English worn- examples of courage and pluck .. J. V. FUWA Ron.
There are soft lights and comfortablebeds twp C. ra". 20. th nea .k to NW corner ,,
who nursed tbe 2.SOO: wounded men and aboutas I have ever seen. A young Scot only of .... 12. twp i, ran... 19. theoco aouth to .-, -. no. Adjnlaiatrafcw.W. .
pretty women going RW cornrr of ..... IS, thcnra west to H auction .
genentL hospital No. 0 at Rouen. nineteen years old, McAuley by name
visitors. The stage beauties and (lini* dividing are. Ill tbne. moth on ..1,' F. HARTLI7TT.OakfieM.
that power; Isn't given me. All I comedians come to entertain us. Tbe had had the greater part of his face *b: auction line to N.... Klvar, thi'netf Kaitalontr :. .

do II to fall teck upoa our mostIofond blown away. The surgeons bad patched aaid New Kivtr to> intrraect with .. \lo. Ga., May 10, Ii?.
food Is delicious and the chief thoughtof .... .
line dividinir( .lIon. IV and 20 twp 5. ..n. Old
American expression of re him up In some fashion but he was Kentucky Mfg. Co.,
every one seems to be to show the 20. thrnr north on acid arctlon( line to point
sect and say that my bat la off to Inmates what comfortable and horribly disfigured. lie was the brightest of ..**.I""lnor. Paducah. Ky.
a cheery
Saleon And further to void upon the mlll... to be
iPsean. One nurse In the ward In which thlngMt Is to be 111 among a lot of real merriest man In the ward always .......vd and for the Durpoa of .''''''U"rr aboard Gentlemen:

I Jay bad been on her feet for fifty-six friends. I was there from December joking and never depreiised. Ills own of three (II) truatvea for saId .up-.ehoal Please allow me to state that I have

faus, with hardly time even to eat. until February and my recollections terrible misfortune was merely the topic Ice Cream Freezers diatrlct.Signed, ) sold your hog cholera remedy for one

.. finally fainted from exhaustion. ,' of the stay are so pleasant that some- for humorous comment with him. N. U. t'artriah. II. J. ""'m... Dan. ,.. I.g.C ( season and have ordered more for this

Ws carried out of the ward and was I lie seemed to get positive amusement for week nnlv. from .. n. U Duke 111... Wollia Farrldh. P. I.II.d. season. Last yearl sold it to 12
times I wish I "was hack. one U. u. 1- n..i.. .r a. ,:_n. J. ftf n..... : or
|MCk again In fou* hours assisting at On the Friday before Christmas out of the fact that the surgeons were -- ---- ---- ----J. - ---- ;rt.: ."'W. --i l-n.; ,;;\;,:'R-' K.'-W'liiil.o"or. ; ; : 15 men who raise hogs. I toll each

<1M operation. And the doctors were I there was a concert In our ward. always sending for him to do some- Saturday 13th to 20th. ..., P.II. L.I'. Thomaa.IVkla. li. T. Touchton 4-6-51.T. J.Puk. of them who raise hogs. I told each

4otng their bit too In living up to theliflgationa Among the artists who entertained us thing more with his face. One day he to their hogs and if they lost a sinle .

which they considered to I were Fay Coropton. Gertrude Elliott was going Into the operating room and MABTRR'R RAI.R. [ hog from disease of any kind not

i theirs. An operating room was In I (sister of Maxine Elliott) a fellow patient asked him what the 2 qt. reg. $2.75 tale price $2.25 hereby. ....U.. I. itlwn that undrr and b, to pay me a cent for the remedy but
virtu. of that certain; final do....... of fora.
MMry ward with five tables In each.Ifter noble and other stars of the London I new' operation was to be. 3 qt. reg. 3.25 sale price 2.75 closure. madii. and rnUrrd Marrh 26th iSIS, when they began to sell cotton every

the fight on the Somme In which I "Ob." he said "I'm going to have a by the lionnrabla J. T. Will, Jixlita of the man came in and paid me for the
stage After la 4 qt. 4.00 sale price 3.25 Circuit Court of Ilradfurd County. Florida. In medicine and
I was wounded not a table was vacant our protracted stay cabbage put on In place of a head. reg. chancery. in favor of Jam.. II. Milllcan com. everyone them told

hour In the twenty.four for tho trenches and our long absence and ....In.' K. II:. Phillips. W. K, me that it was the beat hog medicine
any I ini grow better than the one I bare + + . + + + . + + + + + + + .
Mays at a time. Outside of each room from all the civilized forms of amusement I'hlllliia, hi. wife, and W. A. Maya, defendant they ever usrd. One man paid me for
; 'I now. + + thi* undersigned' will olTer for cub.> in
;JwM a long line of stretchers contain. the affair seemed to ua the most I I Once In a fortnight he would manS I + This Coupon good for 25c on + front of the court .how,. door In Htarke. Kradforri he small package and bought $C
I! wonderful show ever given. And In 'j C4>unty. Klorlila. during the li<...1 hour worth more and said it was the bent
lag patients next awaiting surgical attentton. age to get leave to absent himself from + a FREEZER purchase for this + .
I I I of aale. rn Monday, the Ath dar of May. A. l> he had tried.
And In all that stress I did some ways It was. For Instance In I the hospital for an hour or two. ne I + Hale onl I}. + I liii". I.. the hlvhrat and brat bidder fur ea. bthr ever
the most entertaining of dramatic ex- ; following di-aerthiil. lanua In Itrailford. Yours. very truly
hear word of from
Dot one complaint I never came back alone. It took a + + County. Florida, .. ..,
hlbltlons W. V.
did the lady BARTLETT
[the surgeons who stood hour after i i ;you ever see couple of men to bring him In. On the + + + + + * + + + + + + + + The NW quarter. of NW quarter of HirtionA.
tour, using their aklll and training forIthe artists go around and reward enthusiastic next morning he would say : Town.hip 1. South Kunira 21 Kiwi eontain- SuM< by J. W. White & Son, Starke'In. ,
applause with kisses Well Inn 40 herd, more or .li... .
' petty pay of English army medical I "Well It was my birthday. A man Starke Hardware Co. K. M JOHNS
fflcers. Hpvclal, III........
must have few drinks his birth
a on
Piles Cured I'. H
A. V. LONG. B to Days
1 On December 5 I was told I was : day." Starke Fla. Solicitor for Complainant.! 4-ri-fiL Vot r drttKirlitt will\ fefnnd. money ft PA7O

well enough to be sent to England I was discharged from the hospitalIn -- --. imiTMKNT laltn to ci ... ."" .... of Itching
!NUTItR' OF INTF.I4TION TO AI'PLY FOR mind IMrrdlnKort'rolMidinif "'"." lI6tGI4do' ,*.
jsmd on tho next d4ty I went on a hos- the middle of February and, sent to i F-TTitl'1 I'ATKNT. tilL Spat auDlicallou givee Kaae anil Kent duo.

jjpltal train from Itouen to Havre. Here a comfortable place at Hastings, Su,,- \\ henevcr You Need. a fTcneral Tonic Nullrw la hi'n
.1 was placed on a hospital ship which --m; I sex where I lived until my furlough I II Take Orove'H. will apply" tu I fiowrnor ...rh... S.....* n, Klunilil, on the 2IIIUliny
.very medical olllcor In our army pnpwrs came through. I had, a linn The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless of April, A. I IK iJiH.. fo. 1 111.ra im'riit', Some Things to Be Shunned.It .
(t Ought to have a chance to Inspect. Urn In London at the theaters and chill; Tonic is equally valuable as a lniii>|iorntinT. A. I>. .' NIIII'\V.: ". l.MI'AN\ .
(Nothing! { Ingenuity could contrive for I clubs pending my departure for home. General Tonic because it contains. the ..,..t.'r thi* following p,' ipimeti n '1"'"''. the or Ix Ix'ttrr In In coM limit/ dend.
lltlnal ..r which I la now i nil., in the atTire of Ni'i i or 1"11HI 1I111f1l1uhll.I enulno long
iconvenlence: und( comfort was missing. I When my furlough had arrived I went well known tonic propvrties oi j; UIN'INUand thu tivcrt'tary of Hint>* ol Flo I'lft.A. 1 K'lilnil. ..loHfil i iloorn.. Never
< usea gail
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives ,.
1/ NIllr.v ,
LPatlents were sent below decks In elewators to Itoxton Derbyshire, where tho Canadian I
out M itaria, Knrichrs; the Dloo.1 and A. t'. "Ml/El.. iriihT Unit IH nut flttril with un ndo-
and then placed, lu swinging discharge depot was located liuilJs up the Whole System. 60 cents. W. II. .\NI>It.W'I.: Jit, qUilt vent Into tin "''''1Ihl Nevergo
Cradles which hung level no matter and was provided with transportation Proposed Charter" af A. l>. Anillawa 'iampaov.
to ""'1'1) In u mum 'IIVIIlIf n gas
nrbat' the "chip's motion might be. As to Montreal. I clime bock to Americaon
! The iindiraiiined. "."'10" ai'ttir-Litc thtm" til'll t'r 1,uirnl a g. Always l,'iivi-" a win-
'rOon as I hud been made comfortable the Canadian Pacific lloyal Mall GOOD TO THE LAST DROP ...Iv... liiHelhrr fur tha purpunu of farminic acorporation
: ,
low n In every room occupied by
a my particular cradle I was given afttox steamer Mctnguma, and the trip was under mid hy VIP M) of thr I .
of the HI..,. of Fl'iiidi. w'ln tin* fullowinar IIlc.'I"uK IMTHOII*.
which bad engraved upon It : "Pre- without" Incident of any sort. We lay r.rouuaud cliartert. .-- - -

for a time In the Mersey, awaiting MflXWELLHOUSE The Article I. . '*> ';, .p > 0> .I> l. '*>
word that name tif thlr" eurporatlnn Rhall lit A.
our convoy was ready to see
f. D. ANIJHKW.1 COi4I'nY. ont (la buaineaitmll w STAKKKFKATKItMAL .
w) us out of the danger zone and a deHtroyer .ba ".,,,,,,"d an-l conducted In the atatd ; ;/ .
f: 4iVSJifrULUL I escorted us 400 miles on our or Florida, and. olW .Hl'.t.. iI'.e llnllnj 1 DIUECTOKYF.
I'I I I Hlatea of .\miHca liarever ...f1k41,1., tlerewaary ii .
l I I4j1JgI way. or o"" principal pla.. of buol. & A. M. bradford Lodge No. *
i 1-IrtI iI 11111 J i i'Iv' I was Informed before my departure I"... .hall bo In lha fj...D ol Itulfurd II r milord .. '" 3ft. Aleeia second and *

) that a commission as lieutenant In the County, .1..1<1... every
; \rlli-le t. "> fourth Munduy nightu. *
Canadian forced awaited my return COFFEE The ireneral natu.e i.T tin butlnin or ,.-,. 0
from furlough and I bad every Intention n...... Ui ba tran.virm! or a, iid'icttd. by sell l lconioratlon
#: 1110 i ahall I. To sneer In wholt.mla I. O. O. F., May Lodge No. 10.
JU of going back to accept It, but and rrlall m..I,'. and. rnuninlon: hiu,<. M etM Tuesday night. *
; since I got to America things have hap ASK YOUR GROCER neiui. and to carry on any trl.tie r1 bu..n.... every
1o'l S SI II Incidental thin-to ..r .........eud. therewith; tot 5)'V .
...! pened. Now It's the army of UncleSam ,,,v. .011. mor'....">.tiBnu. turn. ttnitlt. ..** M.11.. nr Au c-bn) I......" olD
for mine. I've written these sto- airenta fur other- *" .,1'1; ;;; ;;' ul' -eil. ',:., per- ; '.5 Meets; cy firm and;:; third ..
.. .. .
.1 borrow .
I ties to show what we are up against. prnni rIp to mo. fir the u.
II -I thank you" he said "Tor myself and Nh or the Company unu I.. I..". n. ..-. or aunt V I""ltt" 0'C
t II I It's going to be a tough game and a ai-curlty therefor ,.,1 In 01.... l.i inortituuei.noti 0
j my people for your { bloody one and a sorrowful one for -*. ttuikn, linn'" ur ..lh,r ei'Mlunla imiter
I but It's In connection with tha bualiie ..( the ..... '9 W. 0.V.., All Friends Cump 0
what we got. And I am proudto many mostly right on one I : WhySuffer poration. .. '* No. i: say that It was Miss Compton who Hide and all wrong on the other-and Artlela 3. e fourth Friday nights 0
I'm Tha Tan'tal' 8tl thl rurvorntlim itiall
Fm glad we'rllin It. not willing to
conferred this honor upon me. I j / ba Ten Thnniianil. lO.fl000ii( I Dollnm. to be '5 0
At about three o'clock on that afternoon quit soldiering now but I will be when ? di, .1010'1' inlu One ITumlr' ....,.... of thr tee Union Chapel Camp No. 63C '...
with this. lieeauso valtir of One ,
we get through ; i Hundred IJnlTara cann. I'Mymi-nt
when we were all having a good when finish with all thin therewon't I fur milil' Canllal. loek may ho ;ii-eelved, : li, C> meet every llrat and third Friday *
i time, one of the orderlies threw open we up I A1r3.J.A. Cox, olAI- earth aervlrea or In pro|>erty. rca lor pentonal '.. nights, ut Union Chapel. J. A. Hlliiigton 1. 0
the door of the ward and announced be uny necessity for soldiering al a fair and Juit tl mllnn "'..r.-'.... ><> V < >
writes Clerk K. No. 4
derson VVa.t : 1 Starko.
i II .
,1 by the
Tho world will be free of war for along fi 'Dlrvctori' u' thia e-r
In a loud voice Unit his majesty the "My daughter . suffered I "", allon. I'
king was coming! In.Ye could not long time and a God's mercy |I Artirie 4. 0 Visiting brothers cordially, ,
Icrri ly. She could are
Th. term for '
that. to hlu'l mil rM'f.OnhIin ....!
, have been more surprised If some one (TUB END.) / not turn in bed . the o invritud tu attend these meetings. 4
People Stand In Crowd, the Men With had thrown In a filllln bomb. Almost / -,.,,<1. S. 0
While Ambulance Pass. Immediately! the king walked In. accompanied -I I doctors gave: her up and The hu.lniiia of tim e..nir>'in'i ,1 .ha'l I."jnilurtcil I. e, i- i'50'ti j, t'00''e0.4
/ Hats Off : .. .
we brou.;- it her home to by th 'ol'nwina., ot'I'r .n A ,'rc.l-
; by a number of aids. They dml Vice I'ri'HiiJi, H.....t...-, ..no1 'r.. ...*..,.- OOO00s5 04'v''lie'0 0
ented with the compliments of the were all In service uniforms, the king ENGINEER IS ON ,: die.: She: 1-aJ suffered so ... and Hoard of .h.... Director, The off ire 0 0

Union Castle line. May you" have a havIng little In the style of his uniform ; much at . time. I Having 'na*f Hecn-taiy and U.. name and Tr-moiri pemin 1, 'r d/.hoanl In hrl'l of illM l.yr 0 TRAIN SdlKUULK.; *

speedy and good recovery. The box to distinguish him from the others. 1, (: heard cf C Cardul we lor.iniy .be rl.a .".. I tn> rrtunn ti tins bIn ----

contained cigarettes\ tobacco and a lIe walked around. presentingeach ', got U fur her." amendment of the ..".I..w., but ahnll at no .5 New time table into '.5
THE JOB NOW\ ,Mme t>r I le.i than In,'.. nor .*.. a than level,. went effect
pipe. patient with a copy of "Queen Tha dlnrton aha:I I.. < '......,t ny me ..loek.holdera . 0 12:01 n. m., Sunday May li 1. 1917, <

::: When the ship docked at Southampton Mary's Gift Book." an artistic little nl -neh ,.ro".1 mirIng' imd all otherofficer ami tritirid will run ut followH; <>.
I of thus (; .Ofl, ntion annli ba elnctiM
after a run of eight hours across volume with picturesandehort storiesby I anviun'ly hy the I I. HI'I "f dlP't.-, .. soon .. I I. .
channel each patient was asked wbat1)U't the most fumou of English artists ALL THE TIMEFEELS buy be ..n.. the a-tn'itl. m.'etn like CARDUI holdem. The "nn'ii eel h, I ut tha ..lochholder ot No. : .
would U
of the Urltlsh Isles he and writers. Whi-n he neared my bed .l.all', l IHli, '.' ,,n In.. Klnnirondiy In I - -- - --_ _--___10:55: n. m. *

to be taken to for the period of his he turned to one of the nurse and Inquired '*'i'iirv ..f ...h yn.- ro' M time t<, be f...-. 45 No. I. - _ ... u_ __ 11 : II p. m. "

convalescence. I requested to be taken : BETTER SINCE TAKING hy the by-law.' Unilt the ..10'> -t>n elect*>d a' i| it. No. 1,1 "Floridiltn"2l1: p. m. *
II. n..1 enll, m '""n', ph.ii" too d.I et..d aol' 0
to London where I thought there was "Is this the one?" !I I"i allOeil. the hu.liir"W .., 'nla C rn-n'tion .b.IiI. 0
the best chance of my seeing Americans The nurse nodded. lie came and sat TANLAC THAN HE HAS xji The Woman's Tonic ",,iindiiet-i by th, f-'owlnir nr'iie.. : I 4!> Jacksonville to Key. *. <

: who might know me. Say I at the side of the bed and shook bands IN 23 YEARS AND HAS A\ 'r II AI.,tniir-w. II. Vie.' Pr-eI.le'.t... >-....."...1. 4.4 No. 21--------------- "1:50 p. m. *

ore made a good guess t I didn't know with me. He asked as to what part of "fnafwcyncnebern : : W If. .'nd'..... '... Kccr-Ury' .| Tf.... oa.
need to GAINED 40 POUNDS INWEIGHT. 'irerand .1 4. Tamla tu Jurkionville. ..
many Americans, but I didn't the United States I bod come from "
I to Improve. Aim I ,,,. .
: II
.1.1 A. n. ._ .
\I,4n No.
'. A. T, 4. _ _ _ ___ *
made 3-- .
know them. They found me and how I had got my wounds and what / Cox: continues. *'acid hJ W II. An....... J. Mlreetora.iffI 4. - Pm.

themselves acquainted. They brought the nature of them were how I was / r.o trou'jle: at. . and then they went out to get I yp.oJ crcd her and we s'.na! The hlirhe.1 ami;nnt o' Doll t...1.! ..... nr ll. II. No. IB "Floridian" __ 6:51: p. m. >""
things getting along and what particularlywished "It has beontwanty-three I, Ity to which tn,.. p..p-r.Ii.... en .1 4
they had forgotten to bring the done for I answered hiS .d I's praises everywhere. ,".' aiiblMt ll.elf .1 oil b ,. ., 4C
more me. > I. of Iwei, '
first The second day. after I had and said that everything I since I felt as well and strong an I .h! V/e receive many! i: cucsniis I y II. p. Thounand U .':&n.iu( ,uOi, I'. lli. ..-. ( Key II) Jad'Hon\'III.!. sit *
trip. the King questions now after taking tr-i 'fanlac," said / of Eirailsr: Ic":rs ,I i. nam" and u....,., ... o* *.!. ..,..... ,bina. > No. 21) _ _ _ __ ___ 3:11: a. m. ..
teen Installed on a cot In could possibly wish for bad already O. II. Mohair)', chief engineer\ of the : / every}'cJr.:: tcin:: of Ie:: ."i. .11..01"',... .toireili. r n th i*. timi.unt aubriiion 'S '4
for .
sent '
In London, ar aa .I i-wS!
hospital. been done for I
Oeorge me. Life a"d, Casualty building in Nashville CoodCar.'m.ihasdonefr: n An.',._. lti.r.| 11",0.I Stork and \Vanac*. 4
XBOO! cigarettes back to the boys of Thanked by King and Decorated for I T* nn., in an interesting interview / \'IOn't: who sufcr fro:1eo
ar battalion In France out of my surplus Bravery. a short time ago. I .pL.lnU:: go common toIheU : "h...... T. Mliell 1.r': '' It :
BCX. : ,
eat dj
stock. If I had undertaken thlD"t to "1 thank you," ho said "for my'elf "After I had sufTeied for two whole : too. Try; *H Andrew., "r., 114"00"' I ....'la. 'i I I.r- I' No, 101 Arrives Starke 2-43 p. m."It
and smoke all the I tdirdl 'V Sharea. C 0
Md drink &ix
and for services. /
my people your and was! told that only an operation C-77
were brought to me by AmerMHOS A. II A "ORwlt: 4 T. J. GRIFFIN. *
gratitude cannot be great enough would relieve me," he continued "i I A r. W/KI Is
Jut because I was an American ward men who have served aa to-I grew so despondent over my hopeleil rLoum'I. ..NORoW: . JR. Agent.
ba &aJnthtt. hofpUal. n.ow ogll.! or
If: _
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r H - inwcil! through here last :Mondayaorninp. Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Sapp, of !I|i Thompson. All report a nice time. Mr. H. N. Norman was a visitor

| Lnwtcy are the guests of Mrs. !1, Rev D. L. Phillips and son, O. J., I Jacksonville Friday.Mr. : t.o
" ; I Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr. parents, :Mr. and Mrs S. II. were visiting in Jacksonville Friday
motored out to Pine Ilil ] D. L. Kite was a busim ,s
nd sun. Guy, son, this week. and Saturday.Mr. 11M.;
Ir it Monday. j: Those who attended the Kati"i' : and :Mrs. E. Hilliard were visi- tor to Luwtey Suturdayafternonn: .
; :' County News Items I Mrs.: Dees, who has been sick fo I II I I Lawtey Wednesday night were tor to Lawtey Saturday afternoon. I I Mr. O. J. I'hillips returned l to M,.
: I suite n while in very low at this writ !i '1 1 ami Thursday after
i iI. i: and :Mrs. Dan Starling, Mr. and : :Mrs. Mabel of Jacksonville, spending! several
,.' --,- ,.-='==-- . ng... A. Brown was transacting bu.-lcss l- II. N. Norman, Mr. D. L .Kite :! was the guest of :Mr. and !Mrs. J. S. I!' days here, guest of his parents, AIr
ter Miss Mary Etta, and Miss Norman Wednesday night and Mrs. D. L. Phillips.
I Al Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our in Starke last Thursday.Mr. I ,
Regular Correspondents. Abe Crosby attended the .arm!
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tri'k )!, ersury at LaCrosse last Sunday I:: I --..
iI i Misses Edyth and Hazel Warren, -f-:3:
:It.. ... visitors here last Wed
f if Clay no. were .

i V Mrnn: TO r O I ESI'o't: IJ-\n:: bti.l.). If Currency, wife, hind chit icsclny afternoon
i : ..In! ii, iiiiled, relatives at Bruoker Sun, Messrs. Harley Hazen and John'inholster

II, -i j (Correspondents! :""' to ,Mgn/ ,i.ay. motored over to LaCrosse

all letter sent, l t.> llu-. 'dire} with n : Airs. I K. Ii. Jone; and sisters, Kthe ;unday.,
items for piiUli'Mti'tn. No mimes wills mil :Mabel/ Byrd, attended' the thirty i :\ol?s. !M. J. Tillis, of Sampson City,
b> printed. ,,ifth anniversary of the Baptist Sun i spending n few days here with rcli
I To insurr- publication, rorrcsponi'TiCB lay school at LaCrn.-me Sunday. i i, itivpfl.
{ must he in this oinc> not later Mr. and Mrs. A. (i. Dynl and tWI :Mrs. Taylor who has been visiting + /
than Tuesday afternoon.IIAMITON :little daughters, Thelma find Cora, OJ) 'datives in Tampa and Plant City, aA?
)! J1 tarke, spent th. ucck-cnd hero Wit! I eturned homo Saturday morning.Mr. .
t : : :Ni\\S i ": ;NOTES.. i iMamplon heir daughter .Mrs. I' IX Aijjvnathy and ;Mrs. U. D. Johns, of New'tivor '

,) ,.I --- Mrs. Will Jones and Mrs.! Walk, were visitors here last Friday ,
April 10.-lion Jan. Kel- iccompanied by Mr. Snullie: rf Hast .flernoon.
.' 1.: ley, of Mnijixon; ' war a pleasant visitor n/rs, visited Mrs. George Stone Sun :Miss Alva Thomas, of near here, is s y. : ,
.' here Saturday.M. lay. pending this week with her K andnolher -

" Cameron, of .Sturke was a bus. The death angel visited} the home o Mrs. Terry Roberts
."I, {hens visitor here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. (Dock Hilliard Wedncs j! Mrs A. B.! Surrency nnd daughtT. i'
Uroudua Hunlin who i I.. attending I lay and took away the little two-yee. 'lisa Vera, of Pine Hill, were shop- b
di business college/ in Jacksonville, spent' ,Id lial.y. It was laid to rest in Mt s'Iinui intr here ]last Friday afternoon. '1 r ,
./ r' tho week-end here with his ll1'enLH. ; cemetery They have a host oriends j :Mrs. Pinholater: and daughter, Miss I N y't
',. Hon. Chan K. Davis, candidate for here who express their heart ': Mamie, of Pine Hill, were chopping ''t i v;!
1'r{' ronjfrvHs wax. a visitor here during the ...It sympathy for them. 'j sere lust Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
: A' week. Quite U crowd from Brooker at : and :Mrs. I'. :M. Barefoot spent
S' Ihi. prayed: service fur the lIuJiirr'j' 'ast Sunday in LaCrosse.
ended the liihle !school' here Sun.'ln.iftep .' i a
j'/. boy held at the Baptist chirch Wednesday noon. I I Remember, Sunday school at the a

.''frj' evening!: of last week wm null Sister Sarah Witcher, of Georgia Missionary Baptist church nt 10:10 .
in I!!, attended The addresses by Hron.Ilawla las organized a music dais here an !' in the morning: and at the Free Will \
id1. .! and OJum wore timely and welt'rel'eavpd. vil I IIP teachinir for two months.! Sh Baptist church at }3:30 in the after-

las a number 'of girls enrolled, am I noon.
Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regular f anyone else would like to come ii 'I| :Mr. and Mrs. Alvin :McKinncy of
appointment! at the Christian Louise, passed here last Tue
-on will find her at Mr. Price's nn -
rh'irth: last Sunday.Mrs. he will Kindly give you any informu I' day afternoon.! I'I r. JY
. Wainright. wno for, the pant I Ion alio>4 the matter. Quite a number of the folks here
several, yens has I t..en propnei..:ir of I Mr. Cunningham of Urooker wa' attended church at New Hope Sunday.

the Hampton Hotel. was succeeded' byt'lI.rA'e icre Sunday His business was to orranuo There will he dinner on the ground . M4 A ,
W. Whitlock on April 1st. Mr the in ? 1 I IA IA
:: singing class in which he waluccesdful. > second Sunday April. All are
Whitlork will maintain, the high stnn- He will start his work requested to ome and enjoy the day.
I dard of service for which ti"! hotel \ We wish him much success The exercises will be in tho: afternoon,

here is noted ;, in his undertaking. immediately nfte1' dirncr.THKRPSS .
The regular see"fcesi will !I...; held at ---- -- -- -----.- ---
the linptist church next Sunday 'doth I IItrKEIt "j.WS'; NOFKS. l : \ ,

Re morning and evening.
,, .\ regular! communication of Lodge j: Ill OOkel', April 101. L. Shriver of April !>, -:Mr. A. Sullivan
No. I'M: !"'. & A. M., will bu held, this' Camp Johnston spent Saturday and) wow a visitor to Daytona tn" first: of .
}, evening in the Masonic hall, commencing Sunday here with his parents. the week guest of his son 1. Mr. Frank I h.v'y. ::.?; ': ':' _: -.& ,; q ''' ?;;;r :?';""r': :+:; *& 'gg' q:1yfI :
I ut 7:30:: "cluck time." A cordial John I'uiholstpi who has been Sullivan.Mr. .

( invitation i is extended'' to all member I| spending sour time :it St. IVtc-rfcjurar: i ; W. :M. Phillips, of :Miami was I

of the fraternity ': ::0 h' n:.. far .1 f.. *. .'".s' vis-t with his visiting relatives here n few days IMS' .
Mrs. P. A. Scott of Starke, wan a ''nmlhi'i. .loli'i i? v.'.1'tuiij fur his call Wi r-k. "ILIr' -. rnllf-H! to appear i
visitor here* Tuesday, the guest f/f ''to service for "Uncle Sam." I before the Local Hoard for examination

friend!. M..". i K; L. Crosby and children went lust. Thuisdny. lie returned to I Worth For
1 ft Uev. I.. A. Hauls I spent Sunday with!< the guests of her sister, Mr Thomasnear :Miami :Monday.Messrs. Fighting
t his family nt Lake Butler.Or. Cooler Pond Sunday : 11.V.) blame, S. II. Wood
Middlrton motored to Jacksonville aTl1'/ II. Neal, W. M. Phillips and
4 , Quit a number of !Hrookeritcs attended
MrH. '
I Tuesday.II. the thirty-fifth of John Phillips were rmong the
I IJ. !May and family, of Thcrossa the I.aCniHwe Sunday school anniversary last: Sun visitors, to Starke Saturday

spent Sunday here the guests of T.,]M.Ilagan. lay. Rev. Howard of Gainesville, Mrs. Hilly Brown and Mrs Ben Sas, ;

'I ./. M.. Molt operator ot Wildwood, ', afternoon preached in a well the arranged morning and in the day.ser wer'i jtul'" to Hampton Satur : HALL this little girl grow up in the sort

; was called hero by telegraph programmewas S. II I
Sunday Woodnrd
xa rendered by the was to ;
afternoon to the bedside of his wifj after which interesting Sunday talks school were, Gainesville Friday. I S of American home we know healthy and .1
f who was quite ill. We arc glad, to made, G:. M Bennett, iiceompanied by Joe
Dr. )
,, Kelley of Jamesvillc
$ y7t.v report) that him Mrs.alien. Mott he win returned iiblo to Wed accompany ,j mid' other tilde speakers who, Sh.iv Helmore;} of Saturday.Lake Side, drover over to r happy ? Shall she have the advantage of

were present along the lines of Sunday
nesday. school work.Messrs .\ unityas given nt the home of living and learning in a free land under free institutions S
Mrs. WetMt.' of I'hiladi'lphia was I John 1'inholsU'r' and liar I..,. :Mr. and Mrs. Everett Clark Sutur-
the guest of her son, 11. II. tVrrstduring day night: A large .
were visitors to pre
Shall such children
Worthington ? into the
55*. the past week. Vast I Sunday afternoon i! ent and report a very good time. develop
MrH. J. ISrotten, of iiitnevville: Motor Mr. McKver: and daughters, MauL'
Cur ,
of was frirmlri.Mm.\ixitor. l otv'i.turchiy:: the !iict.t Waldo, was here Inspector Monday A attending G.: Sony, of tit > and Ruth in: Hampton of Lake Side, were shopping Liberty-loving citizens that a free America may

lu/lineIlH. Saturday.!
I.. howling: was the of be of ?
,, her Mrs. guest ''t H.; V. Andrea .i"ij: ,; t II.{ hh"1 were lairs. Mclveina Mmth of Lake I Side, proud
daughter :Middlctnn, Burin g'
the week I IApril I 1: liusincovisitors to Lake Butler last attended the party Saturdiy night at
tFriday afternoon. the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Everett
20th will, he tag day in hump- ,
ton for the beiielit} of the Childrens'l I'j,' Miss Eunice: Hazt-n has accepted n Ch..k.'e\\ For over two hundred years Americans have
having plenty of ruin in
.. position
t Home Society, one of l-'loil.U's most as .saleslady in the store of our
:\ worthy rhnritieii, It i is hoped that, a. L, A. Ilrown. set section out, which ennhler the farmers to fought valiantly and died gallantly to win for
Miss [Inez n good' deal of toiiintoea and
home-I Aheinathy
k Rood sum will he mined! for (the/ spent Satur .
t leas: children snider I the canif t the so, ': day and Sunday in LnCrosB, the potaotoes.Dr.. themselves and hand down their
Plot y. guest of relatives. K.: F. Portm, of near :Melrose, to posterity the I

",*. .I... ..," "...1\1101... .. .I... .I!Miss. rV.II.. ?..RIargiierite?.?...., i..,_I.| ...-...... .e.Shriver.._......_..,"i,.y, of ami Colum-. _sun- noon.D.was in our burg Wednesday after- blessings- - -, of- lihertv.- :- - - ., .1--------Justice; SelfTo\"prnmpnf--. --- -- -- -. .. .
r p -- | lily !here: with her parents. 1'. Shirley, of Camp Wheeler, has I h

;'. Long Bridge, April 10.-Mr. J. I'. ; Mi. Robert Greene, of Luke Duller, been here. on a few days' furlough recently equal opportunity. This precious heritage, boughtat
I \ fowling lia.s recently returned from i I was in our burg :Monday afternoon. His many friends here were

/. Wiiycross, On., where he visited his The stork made a call at the homu glad to see him again, looking (tine and so great a price, is now threatened.
father. who has been very ill. of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Shaw, leaving tit.
1 M. Misa Lena Merritt returned home them n line girl. Messrs. D. W. ;Moore and II. S. Roa-

d Q Saturday from Jennings,' where she Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse' made a buck"are: two me in our section who
I punt several weeks with her sister professional call hero have planted un acreage of castor i
Monday after
. ,Pt Mm. M. Ii!. Drake. She was accompanied I noon. henna This shows that these gentlemen The question which today confronts Americaas

! t. home hy her nephew, and neicc I Mecsr.i.' Ben and Ardell. Crosby / are willing to help win the war.
a Louio and Lois Drake. They( will spenda f i i itoi; ;e ll.iK'ie Sunday afternoon Th'e is quite n bit of sickness in a nation and you as an individual is
while here. :'oI'"t..r! ur immunity which ,
(I'm; 1 Surrency spent S itur- yet we regrM ,
t I !Mr. M.'rion;: Moody and son, Joe.visited lay and Sunday! with relatives in I.ul'1'OFae very much to report. whether not free Americais
'I or a
relative nt Sampson City Stiri I number of folks went! out on
'? : : ,
, I' clIIY.i '' .\! IIIII'II.0:. M. and G. W llazeii werej Crystal lake Thursday night for a fish worth
Rev. Clul(" oi Lake Butler prenrltc'r j nuHineiH} visitors to Starke lust Thur"- fry. The party was composed of six fighting for
: rd at tho Long Bridge schoolhousc! on I" dllY.I teen and there were plenty of fish

": Saturday night and Sunday morning! I lrv.\1.: Woodard, of caught. Anyone can just imagine; the
Jakin Ga.,
f Mr. It. I. Morritt made n hiisine-w. 'I will preach at the Free Will grand time we had) eating fish for -
\ trip to Lake Uutler Mond.iy. I( church next third Sunday afternoon Baptist supper Are American children in this and all future
Rain is | Miss
-' xoiiiething common in our lilt three o'clock.! Everybody: has Grace: Lamer, of Lake Side",
1 community now. New 1 Mover has en- i I cordial invitation to attend this n left Sunday afternoon for :Madison: generations to receive
larged very much in compnrison with (I, ice. scrI where she_ will spend some time engaged unimpaired the legacy of ,
its natural size. j I ;Mosars. I.. in school work.
and C, freedom of
-' <. I I N" Shaw :Mr.: which we are the
.' made business trip to Waldo Satur rand Mrs L. C. Smith, of Lake custodians or

m R.tll.111.Graham .
r I.I Butler,
day morning. were visitors ,
: at the
: April JO.-:Mr. K. W. Sur- I l Ur. Carefoot, of irtliinKton, inad"a home of Mr. and :Mrs. w. W. Pnck- shall their country be turned over bodily to the

tt'r rency Surrom-y and little were granddaughter business visitors, Allen 'I Mr.professional J. If. Surrency call here and Sunday family, of ham.Mr.: Jake Lee', of Luke Side: was in brutal rapacious power-mad enemy which ha
to : our
I irnham burg
Hl'lrl.vlollda: ( spent Sunday/ here, the guest afternoon.
:Mr. Saul Dukes) and \. H. I[ynl mo- uf Onteen.their parents. Mr. and<1 :Mrs. I Ii. T. then Mr. of and Sampson. Mrs. E. 1'. Hardee and chi!: forced us into this war ?
load to Htarke City, were visitors >
Monday. here,
:Mr. Leas n few
:Mr. I Riley Wu din and "Ir"lrB.: Thomas, of Cooter Pond days recently.
I Kquilla: Dixon: rind :Matthew /! tvasin our burg: last Friday afternoon. :Miss Doll Teston visited! relatives at This question
Wasdin |
.. be
Mr. Long
Alice Bridge cannot answered
two d.n"i ,
I. made, a business trip to RtlrkeIon: ,I!, Pino... .11:11.:.... ft.Oliver,_. .. -and-- children_ -of | .:Mi..;....,. VI_..__.... "- ": of. last. .week by word of
ft vni .noniiay Here, the i-iuic-nc-u nan returned home a -
day.Mr.. Tommie \Vnxdm and guests of.Mrs. I. W. Pmholster, Jr. few days ago from a .short visit with mouth but by deeds alone.

f shopping; in Sturke Tuesday.wife were Mr. I'. S. Colsnn made n business do.her sister, :Mrs. 1'r.: Geiger, of Wal / d
:'01 rll. O. D. Roberts, Mrs. Eva last Saturday after.

\iI:: Jlr.lira.and Jim-Ms.: Graves Thomas:Mrs.a"-J George Perm an Stone nol l I noon.The rains of late are very much appreciated children Mr.' and of'ar.Irose Simuel; ,Holder were visi and Let Your Answer Be Your
)- tors Investment
} erts attended the funeral o. :Mrs. A.I I by our fernier" Sunday and :Monday: it the horn in''
I" W. S. N'abb is of :Mr.: and :Mrs II.
.\. Futch at Hamptvn Tuesday.Mr I pending the week S. Roebuck.
\ :.' with his family here. Mr. Joe Shaw and :Mrs. Smith
) Ilarhard Crosby and wife tif Mr. and Mrs. II. P Lake Side' were in Stnrke : i
Jacksonville, wore the KU,' t. tl Mr.I hopping in Gainesville Gainey were Tuesday.110OPL.ltvX I LIBERTY BONDS !
w and !\Ir... D. J. Byrd Wednesday.. ; day lust Thurs : V\KK NOTES.
!Mr. Matthew Wasdin: left for Columbia L. Guinvy
spent 1
S. C., Thursday, where he will Crossc.Misses. Sunday in Lft- Woodlnwn April 10.-Mr. and ]Mr. THIS
it 1, join a number of other boys in the Edyth and Hn/el D. D. Browning were visitors to Kai- SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED BY
training" camps.Dr. I Warroii ford Saturday.:
wore >
1 Thomas, E. T. Stewart and R j day aftcrn pleasnnt>"ti.visitors here last Tues Mr.. W. M. Norman wa* :a business

W. !S3urnnry!.. made a business trip to :M- ,"i- M 1 r.: ," visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. F F General
Wpln.'sITay., la* :Mrs.: D. L. STUMP
,.. . I (I't t t' Of Phillips and eon, O. J., o .
were visitors 0
"obprta and '--'. 1" " I nt the home of Mr. and
.f v t i iir. ,' ;rtul.! !i ,', I I ': ink:Mrs. Edward ItillUrd, In tho Water. 9 Merchandise

!' l.._ ...... section Tuesday.
( ,\ i >. w. OynlTindo l a business trip'' > m Ln- Mr. and :Mrs.: f. M. N'ormmi wore STARKE

to Wildtiinl"V! \ "" 1f" tv i-, tVnrthingtia. .''"ft-r.'iri.-M: siNitort, n to :::tnie Saturday.I I & LAKE BUTLER

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