Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 19, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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tabllshed 1879. Subscription-Per Year $1.50; Six Months, 75; Cents. Payable in Advance. l;. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor.

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LUME 39. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 19 1918. NUMBER 42.

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ST TOWN IN BRADFORD I I WILL LEAVE NEXT WEEK

TO WIN AN HONOR FLAG I 1 i I FOR THE TRAINING CAMPS

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JLE !SHOWING ALLOTMENT: : l 11\\1-i:: 1'tirclt: .\ ul ,\Ir1" i.oN:'

ITO EACH BVNK1NG TOWNIN ( I ) i-vLiRv HOLLA us. THEY01TLR

THE COf.Vn. 1 fri ; IIICIII: LIVES::

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ampton is the first town in Brad. While we falter and) halt at the buy
county to go over the top in the ... log of Liberty Loan Bonds pure of
d Liberty Loan campaign. r' 11 I I our (boys lire being cndlod to the colors .

the allotment of bonds to Uiad- -' lo light and to dm fur us, if mid
county Hampton's quota| laid. be.
A. J. Nimmo, the Telegraph's Th Local Hoard had sent out orders
isponudent at that place, writes to sixteen white men and twenty-six
week that about $12,000( worthbonds colored men to report fur duty lit the
have been told.) This end of IIl'Jtt'ek.. The
ulreM/ colored! c.lccU
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uble the town's quota and lamp- itiu it-fiuri 111 ainiKO' Ut !4 n1'Inck
;will be entitled to an honor flap!!; Friday morning.. ApiilJii, to entrain
the sales are oflicially reported for Camp lUnens, Ayer, Mann.. at !i:3l: '
the t Federal Reserve Park in At- OFFICER FROM TH E FRONT WILL \W. G. SEALS GIVES THE LIBERTY the game tiny.

ta: The local committee ShoUld see Th.ohite mon are to report at 3
i.the report goes: in promptly so oVInck p. in., Saturday, April 27, and
e flag can be floated to the breeze VISITBRADFOLIEUTENANT COUNTY SOON. LOAN DRIVE A GREAT BIG BOOSTASKS will lt>aVL< for Camp Jackson, Colum-
their town. bin, S. ('.. lit .,:2lu! m., Sunday April
:(A. has been heretofore mentioned I Sth.:
:.l Lot'n (five 1 these boys the pleasure of
Telegraph Bradford county's al.
rthe '
JWlotment of bonds for this sale is $lO.a.- HUMPHRIES ]'LIBERAL RESPONSE: TO I n. S. mTII'IIH1'.W: : TO COMMITTEE NOT TO ''knowing/ its they leu\e that Bradford

'$;j1c OO.> The allotment is based on the OF CANADIAN FUSILEERSWILL !, CALL OF GOVERNMENTI : : IMG: DEEP) : Poll BONDS SLACKEN THEIR EFFORTS Third county! Liberty nun Kove Loan over drive.the top They in tho
eking resources of the county. In are
'I The government has not yet seen Bought $1.000orth of 'Ibird Issue. offering I'v"rythlng-lire itself. It id
; \ the allotment for Bradford
1.\.1dng: SPEAK AT STARKE, LAW HAMPTON':: CITI/IN: stJB ('ItIHI':
'County E. S. Matthews, county chuir- fit to make use of paid advertising in Lust t Saturda)'. n few paltry dollars we are asked t..
' tiDl ;' has divided it among!!: the towns TRY, HAMPTON. BROOK Eli, the newspapers to promote war activities 'loll TEN:: THOUSAND DOLLAHSWOltTII loan to the government.
l that have banks. This is intepded to LAKE BUTLER AM U UAU'ORU but it has asked the business men The first mall in Starke to buy Third OP TIIK 'TIIIKI' I ISSUK: The white men Included) in tho call
*( ,everywhere to donate advertising,! Liberty Loan Bonds in nn amount im: Samuel Thomas Adam T.
er all the banking territory of these as app.
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IN INTEREST OF THE THIRD o)IV WAn SECUIlll'IES-GAVE: i :
ftewp a. The allotment among the sew I i'I space. The matter was brought to the largo: us one thousand dollars was 11 Ir. I'uul Haisdon., fiance J. Petty, Seth
, \.r.atbanking towns of the county is as LIBERTY LOAN.' .... tt 4 ,'I attention of the business! and Rufus S. Humphrey the well known CAMI'AK.N: (: (:om STAUT.Hon. W. Roberts, Olson Spurkmim, Thomas,
,,1ou.o.: I I sional men of Starke in Pl.ore.-\\ turpentine operator and fainter. Mr. W. (i. Seals of Hampton takes Carlton Crillls, Arthur M. Sapp, Ernest .

r)Starke, $45,200.00. I Bradford county people are to have ,j with the Third Liberty Loan Humphrey called at the Hank of the lead in F'r nil ford! county as a Liberty McKinney, Truby inHls, Frank
". tHampton, $6,050.00. an opportunity to hear about the world 'land they have made a generous and I Starke Saturday April ICth and passed Loan Bond buyer. Just when the I Stern, Joseph K.: William, CliaileriBloodMWorth
i>Xwtey, $3,600.00. war from the lips of a man who has i patriotic response to the call. The in his check for $1.000 to be paid members of the County Committeewere I .. Roddick Itiirtium Thorn-
't ; Telegraph carried! several of these advertisements for bonds. as, William Wallace Brown, Otis El-:
; f:Ralford, 705000. been in the thick of the fighting: on the feeling rather blue about the
fLake Butler, 4200000. battle front in France. I IHop. last week. It has others If all Ktadfoid county citizens would dearth of the miles thin public spirited liCIt Ix'ach.
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'F'ill $101.000.00. John M. Martin mayor ot';, this week and will have still others follow the examplo, of Mr. Humphrey and patriotic citizen passed' in his The colored men WIlt' are I lo ICMVB
). \\1Vbich will be the next Bradford Jacksonville, and Lieutenant J, during the remainder of the campaign.If . it would( not be difficult for the county application' for u block of ten thousand! for camp ore: Arthur 1)) ('Ia I Ir., Robert -
t' county town to go over the top? Humphries, of the Canadian I'I'I there are other patriotic businessmen to Hell its allotment of th<- I bomls., He dollars worth of linmln. This helps tho 1 Ilaiton W ill iu l Roberts., ..InhnVII-
I who wish to make this sort of has. taken of each groundfor liiim ROSH' Hubert IludaonV'illit> Turner
JUampton has set the pace. will make a speaking tour of the Home issue MMCO! the cause mightily and (gives goad
ty next week in tho interest of contribution to the government the very first one, and, each time has raised the hope that Irail ford will motile tJilbrrt: Stewart, John Cnllaway,
Third Liberty Loan. | Telegraph will be glad to hoar from 1 his amount. He bought, more of up with her full quota) of !$))1) fIIOO. Sandy Puny WiUon, C'harliu Whitten,

,..- -,., Lieutenant Humphries had one of them and will arrange to secure copy the second issue than of the first and AI It". Seals inadi lib xuliHcriptlon Charlie1. I Lee, Joe :Mcduck, Srymore M.1-I
"' ''.i .I his aims shattered by a shell and was for their advertisements that has been mote of the'third than of the 1It'('.>od. through the local committee ut Hampton Cloxei' Jews .Matthew1: DuBignon G.
I invalided! home. He is now giving his {I approved, by the National Liberty Loan lie hns all along been known as an wilting them the following letter: (!uiT, .lanu Stewait, Lawson Foster,
time to the promotion of war work)i Committee.IDE.VIH' uncommonly good citizen and ho must Ilimptmtl'la, April 1 15, 1MH.MesKis !)I I.no r m' Williams, Julius I llog.in'/: John
and has been engaged: to make speeches ..---- -- now be known as n very patriotic one A. A. Kutth. A. A. IIl1rlpn.A. , Mi: \ um. Olii'diiih' ihfiit; (;iomlvviiio, Elbe 1-
0d during the present Liberty Loan ] : OF MK. :s.- I' THOMPSON. a.s well. J. Ninirnii,; !Local ('urn inittee, !.ih'l rt Sloltcs' , Alirnm JohiiBon' Robert
.. campaign State Attorney A. V. Long | There are from fifty to cine hundred, 1 erty Loan Johnson. f'olloo I.11!I kl'tt. Guilford' Bullock
henrd him nt Macclenny a few days citi.ons in Ilindford l'nulltyoho urelinun.'ially <;'ilyJiear h .
,t ago i I' \ morning at 2:30: o'clock at
-r a 'kh v of the great war cannot fail to prove |I : doll.-ii-s worth of bonds -who can afford that I beg tn hand you herewith m:>
the home of hit laughter, Mrs. L. E.j :. for $10.110(1(11))( ( ) in Thud I
application
interesting to anyone who hears! him. tn loan their go\ci'nmcnt ono .
The dates arranged, for Bradford! j Robertson I \ street. Mr. Thomp- thousand dollars to help it fight for I !Liberty Loan Itonds, and beg to advise, .
county are OR follows: native on Pennsylvania and its. lights. Let them folioth. good, you that after having n'II'1111',11111! : 4 i I
Lnwtej; :a p. m., April 25th. was fifty-five years of age He had example set by Mr. Humphreyternoon I Haig'x order to the llntixh Army! .
Starke 8 p. m., April 25th. I been in declining health for several I I "with backs to the wall mil lo' give
Hampton, 1:30 p. m., April 2fith.Ilrooker years and came here a few months ago mother inch but if necessary to di..
for visit with his daughter. Shortly at the linberlH l home, 1 I'v. W.J "
4 m., April 26th. a : for the Allies' cause, which I tutu .uul.
| Lake Butler p., 11 a. m., April 27th. I after ho came he was taken ill and, <11.J Law, pastor of tho Baptist (thurch er in the class of our Commodore I'ei, -
never recovered. I II cnndcting 1 the service, The interment ,
R.nford. 2.U:; ) p. m., April 27th. ry Admiral Dowey thu British \olson
E S. Matthews chairman of tho I The funeral was held Thursday af-:, wnin Ciusby cemetory.of I and Commodore Farrngut: my I'U as ,
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1 County Liberty Loan Committee has Inolisni. is rouse) to do and, to dui
,f arranged the dates as far as possible along with the sacrificial act.s, ..I' tin I

for the day time in order that people NEWS\ BRADFORD COUNTY gnnidest on eaith. t ot+ ,
living in the country may have an opportunity I beg of you not to, slacken your ti ysI
1 'jt. to hear Mayor Martin and rIToilt.' to help I these nobles of earthto

. 'Orr HERMAN: : CROSBY I Lieutenant Humphries. lIe requeststhat '; I win the war, by asking, our citizen.
;Jr:' MEN IN THE ARMY AND NAVY
I business houses close during the i to arouse themselves to make >saeriI _
' 4Stirko boy who, ..< doing his bit naa I meetings and give everyone a chance I I lice im well aft they. I w7k'
member of the National Army. HeJa to hear about the war from a man who I Winning you all the sucro which
I a son of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Crosby i can give them first-hand information. tho cauuc tlemands, I am, .
,< ,.and twin brother of Jlersthell I -- BLOXHAM WARD PROMOTED TO MAJOR LIEUTENANT Respectfully youiH.V. I 7 ,

Crosby; who died a few weeks ago in MRS. STKRNItERR AMONG: I RICHARD ON WAY:r TO FRANCE. .\ (!J. 8KALSUCAS : ,
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tARKE COMES O1T VICTORIOUS l\Iro. Angie/ Sternberg. of this city, I Lieutenant H. C. Richard has lately pneumonia He is at Cnmp Jackson I. \' 'IAS.!:
I been transferred with his regiment Columbia S. C., ami us noun us
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1 he is able to travel will probably! be
"lI1fnafSfast i: Starke High \ iseboll team I : is doing her part to win the to a port of embarkation, preparatory The young men of tho Harm i ,'1111 I
Ociefeated C.aimille Higl.; in Gaines '''war. She bought bonds, of both the 1 to sailing for Franco. No news of the i given a furlough I of the Baptist church vntpruiiin d I ih<

,/....lle last Fridttj m the first game of I other issuer, and a few days ago gave time for the departure of troop shipsis Josephachary AnJers! former young ladies of the I'hilatbcu) dm'' I fI r
,the season by the scoia o{ 6 to 1. Thefeatures her application for J,0)0: () worth of i allowed( to be given out and it is ritiea of Storko, is row in Englandin Friday evening The affair hail I" ,'i
. of tin game were the pitch- the Third Liberty Loan issue. The not unlikely that Lieutenant Richard's active service. It." almost like being I arranged to be held ut the Line j 1"I
lag of Epperson, three base, hit by I Inplication was made through a bank regiment Is already on the high seas at homo, as both grandparents court, but the (,evening(' being uuiti' jj
VEC,,,.Beasley and hitting of Kickliter tin, Jacksonville, but with the distinct I bound for the European battlefield. come from that country. He servedon chilly Mr. and! Mrs. J. T (Juiglcv j JI
I :Mrc. Richard is in Macon with her son, the Mexican hordennd, before he
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/'aDd Colley. Edwards of Gainesville understanding that the purchase wa vitod! the young people over to i'rv
ifI!...truck.out eleven men. The game I to be credited to Bradford county I Mr. Frank Lane who will probably beoF I could leach home *,,n> called into service homo whore bright fires and'! AM i
advi-ed i to France in a short time. in the present war He slated he awaited them and the I ,
Would have been a hut out but for a The Jacksonville hank hai so I. I rooms ev.-niiin ;4,
f bad peg to base lh: game was fast the Bradford County Liberty Loan I I In a letter to T. H. Halligan, cnsh- arrived there all O. K., hut, will like was pleasantly, .spent" in musn' ui'lgamoH. '/ _
i ier of the Bank of Marke, Clifford to the time wl he can comeback .
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sec corn
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'LI throughout, only nine hits being scored -I Committee and Mrs. Sternberg has The Buracan nerved deln 1.i" oico
''by. both teams. The fast fielding the thanks of the committee.L.11)IES' 1 Chuncey' states that he has been promoted I to the U. S. A. I cream to their guests. and pi" d I
'At both teams was i-pectrfcular. B. H. I to gunner's mate. When he Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper, of Lake themselves excellent host
CON wrote he was enjoying a few days have received letter friends of both classes had Y'
ST. expects to have a winning team this7ekr MTi-ICALi:; : TO GIVE Butler lately a I Several
CEHf I[' shore leave in Brooklyn, N. Y., but from their Bon, Ellsworth, who is a been invited and all together the party -

'} P'/:?. Game Here Thursday. -' expected to go abroad soon for an- ; gunner in the artillery and is in I numbered twenty-nix bright young HKIIAKIt RAY \\HI1K:
" The Ladies' Musicale met at the other trip across the Atlantic. He France. lie writes in the most cheer- people with great prospects in the future -
'la a return game played on the lo- residence of Mrs. D. E. Knight on has made several trips over since he ful vein and says he Ii getting along before them. Kit hard Kay Whit who has: recently -
"tf al A diamond Thursday afternoon Friday afternoon April 12th to plan enlisted in the navy. fine. These little parties bring the classes gru"imti'il fly" 'i,, 'hi' "raining si'ln>o'
$ij.::Starke won by a score. of 9 to O. for a concert which Will be given the Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Austin receiveda Bradford county friends of Blox- near together in their work an,1make for Mel i >l '!' Cal. ,, < ;, rdun -
( '::1 ---- ---- I latter part of May for the benefit of letter Monday from their son, Ar- ham Ward will bo interested and pleased news friends! and members for anil i i IM I i on .1 : ",'-
,' )olEW! ANNOUNCEMENTS_( the Ked Cross. : chibald Austin, who is serving in the to know that he is now Major the liaracu and') Hiilathea classes! of and I.meul.'mint. .i. n ". ,. I'. Co. K, .1:!>4
;; The concerts given ty: this organization I navy. He stated that he was just back Ward having lately been promoted. the Sunday school.! Infantry which will goon be transferred -
.ment..lof STli.Telegraph; has candidates the announce-this heretofore have l Wen of a very I from a trip across the Atlantic. HU I Major Ward is a native of this coun --.-- tu slum, taint) in /New; York iilate.Then .
two more high order and the people of Starke letter brought the interesting informa- ty. He is a graduate of West I'olnt IRISH POTA'IO .SITUATION were 1)1); men ia the training
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'wed(. ,, will Llafy!! avail themselves ] lion that the ship he is aboard encoun- about school the larger putt of them' being
and community and has teen in the for
army
..'If.r.:E. W. Hayes, rf Lake Butler, to hear them tered two submarines on its voyage I letter The government reports! for Wednesday men from the National Army; of this:
of this opportunity twelve In closing a to
[//announces that he )is a candidate for to the bottom. year I covering he Hastings; number 200! failed receive commissions
tha'' Croat and pa- and sent one of them I : potato to
again ail also help the editor of the Telegraph he Bends
county commissioner for district No. : home folks Morgan :' shows that the f b. while. commissioned
American lied In a letter to the the local movement o. marl 400 were as
society-the the to
triotic following
I J2: Lake Butler and Worthington. Mr. Cross, which is doing so much to relieve -I Darby, stationed at Kelly's Field, ]I chapter of the American message lied Cross: { ket ia a little slow, Bales being at from second lieutananti.
r;Hayes Is a well knows citizen of the he is getting along 1 ; to the suffering and wounded during {II Texas, says that "I wish would, through the $5 $ Kay n a
i. Lake Butler section and is n successful this world war. I fine and enjoying his work in the avia- I medium of your you paper convey to the, The Northern' markets are fairly fit the Bradford: County high
young business man and farmer. of the day New' York sales $7.7. the limit i and' law departments
.. The concert will Jte given: in the tion corps. As an incident Bradford County Chapter of the lied strong. wore nt School and both e
1 Mr. Thomas Dicks a well known cit- school auditorium. Further announcement upon which he wrote he mentionedthat I Cross sincere, although belated, to $H for No. I'.. nnd ??.7.r/ to $7 for of the "I'niv n ity of Florida -
en. of the Guilford nection announce will be made later. Those taking he had taken a little !00-mile rpm my No. 2's. Pittsburg reported sales at For the past two yearn he hat
his candidacy for member of the I in the : are, Mesdames in the air before breakfast. thanks for the Christmas package| $!:1 to $0.'O: and $8 to $SliO. Other mar- been. engaged in the practice of law:
hoot board for district No. 2, com- part Canova program A. M. Darby, J. E. 1! Mrs. F. D. Wainright has returned they sent me. I appreciated it very kets were lower. in Orlandn from whl"h: place ho volunteered .
I of Lake Butler, Palestine, ProvN Joseph where she was call- much indeed and one of the. best: Hastings 42 Tuesday ,! fur Jtrvicc.Mr. ,
Futch, I). E. Knight A, Z. Adkins, from Macon, Ga., hipped cars army :
it fact that I
f nand' Worthington voting pre- W. B Harvard, D C. Junes, T. L. Z. ed on account of the uprioui illness of things about was the and all other points in Ftoi'id.i 17 cars, Iit..h.'ll
was remembered in Bradford county : J. M. summoned
:r A. Knight, t'. F. Stump, Wm. her son, J. Wiley Wainright. who is [ making a total for the season of 2IJ:!, waif
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... Barr Wheeler. after having been away for no many to lake City \Vednend ly by a telegram
Camp
Em- stationed at
: A. M. Darby attended the Powell and Misses Cassia 'White 1 Powell will be year I am sure that all the soldiers cars.A. - announcing the death of hU.
Friends of Charley
of Hampton Branch, Amcri- I ma Darby, Doris Levi, Francis May, :' to know that he is steadily re- who received these packages felt I A, Wainwright pent Monday in I mother. Mrs. Mitchell\ had been ill
Canova Myra pleased
Anna ,
,ca Cross, Monday, returningmorning Ban Louise Lois Bessent Peek, and others. I covering! from a very serious attack I IJ equally grateful." I Jacksonville attending to business for a long time.

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FRIDAY APRIL 19. 1918.
FLORIDA.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE
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-!-mentieres, where the Germans are en- front. If they are continued there north of Bailleul and Neuve Eglise from American Berlin via positions Amsterdam say t,>
: the near '
; deavoring to drive their wedge in far. must, be a British retirement from from which the British can still con- taken by storm Kt
is still hiel were by for
oW1 then in order to outflank Ypres, the 'Ypres and possibly for some distance duct a stern defense. Merville who held them L

5 Summary of f the Warfi ] heaviest Throughout fighting Saturday has night taken and place.Sun further railroad north passing, while through the cutting Hazebrouck the tacks standing made firm against in spite it. of In terrific the sector at- that mans mined the counter German attacks.report against deals It is; :\110'11)Jet

day battles of a most obstinate char- would, be still more serious for the before Amiens there have operations been only in I battle in which the American.-wch.;-,
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duels. Raiding
acter took place. The Germans throw British. artillery
i ''Fridayhed gcs the German attemps were repul ing thousands of men into the attack So important are the positions won which both sides have taken the initiative istered a sound beating; to >til." ,
/l' French shock troops brought up by thi-.
fl back the British po- sed.The along the eight mile front where the by the Germans that the Britich must are reported from the to take the American (c
front of 25: miles, north Aprenmont forest, where the i Germans are trying ''j drive their be expected to counter attack at once front. mans in Finland positic
'1 "' J /of Armtntiercs, to an av- Americans and French repulsed the I wedge between Wulverghem and :Mel in un effort to sweep tho: invaders back In spite of the reports from the The Germans arc adva

0 h of a little more than two enemy, is where the American sector I jtcrcn have the Germans met with anything into the lowlands once more. American front that German attacks ing east of Helsingfors and are' mi

i / Germans are niggling deav northwest of Toul joins the French j' but repulse and the price they There is higher ground just to the there have been utter failures, report ing little if any resistance.

? 4r to increase th'lrCains.. The lines The Germans gained advanced I' have paid for their attempts to breach ___n__ -
r Mt defense of Field Marshal elements, but the Americans and the British line has been enormous.

however, Is beginning to tell | French made a spirited counter-- j Ion no sector have they beet able to ........ ......
1 the enemy advance has slowed up 'j tack and drove them out, the enemy I Ij the stone wall of the defense. ....................

\, featly although the German attacks j leaving 22 prisoners in the hands of Documents captured from German

nave not diminished, in intensity, especially the Americans. prisoners show conclusively that the
; on the north and In the cen- German aerial forces also have been great new offensive of the Germans ,
ter. busy Paris and the east coast of Eng- was launched with the intention of ,

.Messines Ridge and Wytschaete are land being raided Friday night. Two separating the British and French ar.

fi the vital points en the battlefield and airplanes got through the Paris defenses mies and crushing of the Eritish.

the Germans in two days have rot and dropped several bombs eleven The latest German official communication -

f Uf ,. been able to reach the crept< of the persons being killed and fifty more dealing with the situation in Buy
t hills. Repulsed along the ridge from wounded. One or two airships went I the region of St. Mihiel where the Why I

the southern tip of Wytschaete the inland from the English coast and I( Americans are defenimg the lins, says

enemy has thrown heavy forces on dropped bombs, hut apparently did not that the Germans are inflicting heavy
the front against Hollebrke, where the reach London. Allied airmen have I' losses on the Americans.

ridge declines and the Ypres-Menin been very busy bombing military tar- In Finland, the Germans are continuing
railroad and the Ypres-Comines canal gets behind the German lines and in to over-run the country find

/ cut_through.,, :...At Hollebeke, ,and_Wyts- aerial fighting_ _the__ _British__ .. have_, I the fall.of HcUingfor is daily to be LibertyBonds
r/ "....0:.". nuw"v"ou onusn- motn 'JI- -hp.h..vv..... wv.Imu u ""'.". ...a .L.u.: ., .... u.n".. u. expected. i i'e
i vision has repulsed the enemy with control. I Tuesday I

I heavy losses. On the southern approach Reports received in Switzerland in
Seven the Germans
I to the ridge about Ploegsteert dicate that a German naval raid in days after
wt \ and Ploegstecrt woods the Germans great force is soon to be attempted. launched their gigantic assault upon
k1 have made small gains. There has been great activity at the the British lines between Lens and 4
j
By abandoning Armentferes the naval bases in northern Germany and Ypres, the momentum of their attack ? i iI

f I British have straightened out their coal and ammunition are being hurried has been broken, and the waves of the a aBy

fine. Evidently the Germans have not I to the warships. The German bat- Teuton forces are recoiling tefore the

t'' .. yet occupied the town as the latest official tleship Rhineland of 18,600 tons, ia reported rock of the British defense. While the
t statement from Berlin reports to have struck a mine and sankin Germans have made gains of ground 3
the Baltic while and have driven a wedge into the allied -
r fighting in the suburbs. The British another report
f withdrew Wednesday afternoon, their says she only grounded. lines to a considerable depth they DARWIN P. KINGSLEYjJVv I
seem to have failed in their
position becoming; untenable. West of Sunday break through or take important attemptto I Mn. New Yore UJt InAtranc Co.
Armentieres the Germans have pushed Stiffening British resistance has railroad junctions.
back the British several hundred yards
checked the German drive
f south of Steenweert.On southward During the last day there have been .
I from the Lys toward Bethune
and bitter
engagements at four places all t
the center of the battle front be-
westward
from
Merville
;t there tween has Estairs been bitter Lestrvm fighting.and Loisne Along zebrouck: near te Belgian towards border. The Ha on the the south northern of Ypres.side of Seven the salient assaults to : HY do you eave to build a home? It Is usually

& t enemy pressure is continuing with against the British trenches at Mer- :1 rent.
the River La we, between Legtrem and cheaper to pay
great weight toward the
E' north and
' I/oiene the Germans made incessant ville near the apex of the triangulardent .
desperate battling is in progress along in the British line (have been hurl- 4
attacks only to be repulsed with
?, loss by the fifty-first divio'on and severe sines the line to running the south southwest of Baileul.from Mes ed back by tho British. Neuve Eg- vy I Why do you plan to give your children a 4
j lice
+e drove the enemy from positions he had The whole on the extreme southwestern spur T ? Will get any
Ypres salient and the continued of Messines ridge has been taken by mit7 good education you money4
gained previously. North of Ratnirci
safety of the channel ports are the Germans after a struggle which dividends from that? 4
the British have been driven buck pointed to observes :
I by abroad at' will
somewhat but the town is still held by r dull._mn_. .in.. th...;_' .A .hHft.; ._ "uu u.,." .U"U"-._.1.._as..._.., I'I .go. into_ history as one of the .

t battlefield Field Marshal there Ilaig.has been On no the change Picardy in Hozebrouck and.q.r Bailuel important WilY I greatest The British or me, however past weex., have not retired 1I1 1I Why do you pay fire Insurance premiums =
railway centers, vital E
are feeding
the situation. The British front is I far and it is probable that they ? You personally -
)points for Messines Ridge and the will at once reorganize counter and life insurance premiums 4
a attack -
the
quiet and French have repulsed
b two German attacks in the region vf Ypres So far position Hazebrouck in general.is to force the Germans out of the p will get little if anything from that. 4
as concernedthe
town which if held
might be a "kick-
Noyon. North of :Montdidier and
Germans have been held I .
for the ing off"
been around violent Lassiicny The the Gorman uitillery advance fire has in time at least, on the edge of the forest might outflank place for and,an make attack untenable which I; Why do you call the doctor cruicKly if the childrenare 4

the Coucy region has halted.! some of five Nieppe miles, west of from Merville, and :Messines ridge the key to the British = ailing? You don't stop to thinK whether you can
away their ob- positions about 3
i Ypi-es.
!1 American marines have landed in jective. The Gorman have been pattering and Wuverghem, between Bailluel afford it. Do you?
Ueuve En-
Vladivostok with the British and
Jap// away at the British line here /gline and Merville, also have been the (I
their
nnose and is
presence since they captured :Merville Wednes- scenes of hard fighting, but what we call good
to have a reassuring effect on day night but have advanced except for None of these expenditures are Q

feelings. Although no official notification ''' few hundred yards, being stopped only a salient Neuve Eglise has stood the firm.northern On side the south-of the = Investments. They don't pay in money yet all pay :
has been
received in Washington
short of the
forest which
is
about a ern side of the
salient
according to the finest of dividends.
the step was not unexpected. Petrograd mile and a half beyond Merville; Berlin, fierce D -Q
struggles have been
is said to view the situation lit On the southerly side of the wedge fought.It .

Vladivostok Emperor Charles more calmly.of AustriaHungary which the Germans have driven in between has been the German plan or campaign 1= Liberty Bonds represent the home the schbol the 3

in an autograph letter written a British LuBassce resistance and was Armcntieres notably ,stiff.the offensive since :March 21, when the great D children; they represent all the great deeds of our (IJI

tea' year ago and which he directed should j Bethune has been started, to strike' ; hard at > Bunker
p p be given the French declared I threatened by the I some particular sector, and if that fathers and grandfathers; they represent d
government
-
push< in this direction.
that France's claim to Alsace- I twice attacked Locon, The this enemy I t.low'us parried to turn powoifjlly lIP Hill and Yorktown and Gettysburg; they represent .u
on line '
Lorraine was justified, and that Belljrium about three miles against some new point 'jis procedure the blessed under which all live and
north t'f' Bethune, II probably will be followed in I: freedom we they =
1, and Serbia should be re-ettnb-! / I but each time .
was repulsed the
l't Jjslwll. Prince. .CSvtna; nf Tlmirlinn. t hniliff t'.:.._..u ._. ,,__, ... ".. "L__ ..._ ,_u'second_. t the: next. few days by a new cs.ault also represent the ORDER that makes freedom blessed
w .un cI'JIy .mtn tnc t1 rsL. Tne somewhere south of (I
Arnu.
An
? recipient, was -k-d-t; ; i London attack =
sound British also held
.F' and Paris on the emperor's attitude enchy, on their right firmly flank around, and Giv-advanced the north lowlands of Ypres of is Rcljrium hn'-dlf are possible,; fo" They represent the boys "over therethey represent g
i3 yet,
with view to
The a Austrian beginning emperor preliminaries. in a rncs-- their Gel-man line post by capturing in this an important too waterlogged to permit r.ct.'ve; op ," devastated Belgium and homeless Serbia and

i, to the German denies region. erations and an attack on Arms would murdered Armenia
sage emperor There
was ill ..
an :llrtl\'entllt: : also in entail the hurling of troops against
that he informed the French
govern- the allied positio i on the So-nnie bat- Vimy the
ridge,
raine ment was that just its claim and accuses to Alsace Premier-Lors footing tlefront.in The Hangaid-i-r-Santree(;CrT mna hid gained southeast a 'that formidable military Labyrinth works protecting and other They are the defense that shall Keep from our shores

: Clemenceau of falsehoods city. the monster criminals who outraged the of
of Amiens, in an attack Friday, It may be from the women
r Saturday. but a combined! drive by the BriLl !hand reported at Hangard-En-Canterre savage\ fighting, Belgium and Northern France and made the men
Pressing their attack against the l'it.ih during the night the
at south of Albert and on the center of slaves
i British west-southwest of point whurj their i 2
t Armentiercs lines join on the the line facing Amiens, may mark the
to} the Germans also have extended their river Luce, putting the French again beginning of a new attempt to ,
y efforts to other fronts and have clash in complete possession of the village. westward toward Amiens. So far sweep the c They represent the strength that shall restore Belgium

ed with French and American troops. Details of the repulse of Friday's fighting has brought Germans only and rebuild France and avenge Serbia
,
two attacks
advancing upon the Americans in losses in men and ground. Further
I' ; this sector show that during the fight south near :Montdidier there has been
t battle front they entered the village ing, which lasted virtually all day the intense artillery firing, but the Ger- They are the voice of those who are too young or =

f of llangard after heavy fighting, and j American troops inflicted heavy cas- mans have not attempted infantry op- too old or too weaK to fight they are the sword of
,, east of St. Mihiel American and ualties on the and took .

-J'r..n..h_ "'U ...."_.,-..... ,."...v.. _"........1.-A.Q .. AU D" ..n... ._....7.. (-.I-.-. .n.j...--.g...AnA-a enemy T-.!..y.._. .-.........._.._"u-J .*,_,thirty-_'". wo-___ 1 erations uvrman,,___ in this.troops important nave. entered sector.. lie u .!- 1 the women and the cannon of the children they are .

1/. 1, I '- attack ip the Apremont forest.Repolscd ualties themselves and had no men singfors, the Finnish capital. the voice of a fr.. people calling to cruelly wronged
/ in their efforts to gain the taken prisoner. I American forces

r, Messines-Wytschaete ridge, the Germans French troops are fighting a fire in standing firm before near the heavy Toul are attacks freedom-loving men and bringing them succor. j

1: are putting most of their forces the city of Rheims set by German of the Germans, and have held I
toward widening the salient south of shells. The city has been !
under fre- their lines intact in spite of all the
Buy them Of course will them.
buy You'llborrow
you
Armentieran in an evident attempt to quent bombardment during the last weight of men and metal the
It it outflank the hill positions and gain im- few weeks, Berlin declaring the shell has loosed against them. The enemy Ger- to buy them. 4

; portant railroad centers. Baileul is ling was in reprisal for the shelling mans have lost heavily. .
,
,, northwest of Armentieres and west of r of German dugouts in Laon E
by Frenchartillery. Nothing out of
the
,f the southern end of the Messines ridge I The effort to control the been reported from the Italian ordinary, Mace-has You don't need to be urged You would be ashamed !

I!'' and lIazebrouck and Aire, toward I flames is proceeding under heavy shell donian Palestine or Mesopotamian to go home to your children if you did not buy them. ;

:' which the Germans are endeavoringto fire.Paris theatres of the war. I=
push home their attacks, are also suffered cniualtiei cf twenty-
Wednesday The rate of interest is important but not of first =
} important railway bases. four persons killed and, sixty-two injured Germany's mportanc.

I ,Field Marshal Haig/ like :Marshal in Friday night's air raid. The tle field of Flanders mighty has effort on the bat .. They would pay they would appeal to IJI
won new suc (
Jatfre: at the battle of.the Marne has German raid on England caused the
cesses. According to the latest if bore interest
they whatever.
rA' railed to his soldiers to stand firm death of five persons and the injury of the important reports you no Id
towns
strategic of Bail-
E.. and die rathen than give up a positionto fifteen. leul, Wulverghem

to the enemy. Military observers and Monday in German hands and Wytschavte more importantstill are .. Add to the rate of interest the dividends they pay "
Major General; Maurice, director of The entire allied line between Belgium
r" military operations of the British war and France i is holding firm. Nowhere part, of the Messines Teutons ridge have curried by I a large t in self interest in safety in public order..in liberty 4

cc office i .agree. .that. a _crisis! _has been) .. ... have. ..the .Germans; been able, Probably there has been storm.no morebitter I;,.. and law and you have a larger return than you re i
T CtScIl1. -I nere must De no retlre-
noiwunstanuing the great numbers of
rnent," Field :Marshal Ilaig says in his men hurled against it, especially that that waged struggle along during battle the line war throughthe th'j'j b I receive from any other thing that you own. <1

appeal. French forces are rapidly portion in Flanders where the Britishare ]
towns of Bailleul
Ne'ive E
coming to the aid of the British and holding forth, to gain an inch of \ Wytschaete.. Neuve lise.Vulvt'rghem != They will never become "scraps
; a gigantic and most sanguinary struggle ground.! Field Marshal Ha lt's order Kglise was taken ) of paper.9They
Monday but Bailleul
probably will be enacted on the that no more ground be ceded! is rigidly held out until fresh masses of German J are the best secured investment in the world. 41
,, lowlands between Lille and St. Omer. being complied with "
as is attested
troops were hurled into the
In heavy lighting, the British: are being by the thousands of German dead now i fray and I 4
forced! back to Baileul on the north lying before the British positions charged repeatedly on the tired de- You Stand
to fenders. The Behind Them
name story might be : a
and toward Aire on the south. Near the southwest of Ypres. told of Wulverghem Wytschaete,
the center the British and the Germans Northwest of St. Mibivl the Ameri- while the battle I
for :Messines ridge
are Hotly engaged around St. can troops have been compelled to :
must have been
i frightful in its inten You Should
Venant which marks an approximate ] withstand a series of persistent as- sity. I: Buy TheniTHIS

advance of ten miles for the Germans saults, second in intensity only to The Germans have
i l'i.' since Tuesday.! On the extreme northern those delivered by the Germans advance their wedge not further attempted to
into the
and southern end of the :25-mile; against
the British in Flanders.
I I And British lines, for no new attacks I. SPACE PAID FOR AND
on CONTRIBUTED BYBRADFORD
front where the Germans have at least i|' the honors at the end rested<< with the
'I Merville and further west have beenreported. _. .
I
'I 400,000 men there has been little fightI\ I Americans, who met the foe at ---- ,
every
They have
j. devoted their Bole' I
ing. style of fighting he offered and decisively attention to
t. of the Somme the Germans widening out the salient
South
defeated him. COUNTY'
I I the work of ABSTRACT
widening out the salient CO.
> forced their into Hangard after
{ way Along the front held by the French and I striking at :Measines ridge and the
.r a several hours of sanguinary fighting Sunday saw nothing of greater importance
I railroad running about six miles
which the French and the attacked northof AND
d in enemy than reciprocal bombard,
Bnilloul.
,. r. and counter attacked. A French ments. Ifsines ridge is: the key
'
counterattack regained l the western Likewise in Italy the big to the Ypres sector. JOS. E. WILSON
guns were The INSURANCE
successes of the Get in
the
ij; :.. part of the village and heavy fighting doing. most of the work. last have nans ,
'/, ':. f continues. Southward toward Hour- At Neucve Eglise, northwest of Ar- J the day an important bearing on
i'' p campaign on the northern battle STARKE FLORIDA.

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FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1918.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.
.. PAGE TTIR1QB!
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I gave her some dictation-a letterto

\ati\ ;. News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. a man. 1
\
i And this, remember it howit
Ii.el as I was
..elPI+ u.nr.rn.n..r.w.wo..r..enna..rsvmf.Live ran: Lend Him Hand

+ "Dear Sir: I have your favor, and in a

the bIt 1 I [!: State News J reply will state '


ID. rw.n.mmirvra..r..r.n..wnu..rsfa..uawm.a.mn That I accept the offer in yours -

111Ief, Told by Our Exchanges. of recent date, -
I wish to say, however, that under no rt
D. condition
,
'------ /
" I Can I afford to think of your free
II+ Georgia Southern and Florida
Palm Beach lance
county "went over that e! I proposition
;passenger train No. J
from Macon
p" the special election on Apri I Jacksonville, to I shall begin tomorrow to turn the
was wrecked
at the Hill
- ,_____ by voting 278 for compulsory dip avenue crossing in Valdosta at 4:60: > matter out; t f
og of cattle to all allies of the! o'clock Sunday afternoon when The copy will be ready by August
ks who wanted to defend them. of the second class coaches one 10th, about. -
.1 switch at the split a Material of this nature should not be
crossing. The
IB. J. Neck formerly of trucks
Leesburg,, were torn from under the car and rushed unduly.
freight conductor on the Coast; everything underneath the Thanking you for your favor, I am
ne. hot and mortally wounded a stripped clean, car was yours very truly."
throwing it
I over on
o at Clearwater Monday. ThzTo e! its
side.
II The car was filled with col- '
I died and Neck was releaseda I ored passengers only. One She took it down in shorthand with AL
/ passenger I
I I r preliminary-hearing. a colored woman, was injured, apparent ease and grace, -4 ;

I ;W N. Sheats, state she being cut about the arm with She didn't call me back, all in flurry
II superintend- broken Thought I, "At last I have
It of public instruction glass from a window. All a girl
I has
announ1 other I worth keeping 'round the place ..
cars remained ;
x that the time for the on the track, \ tie J
! standardi- but Then said I, "Now write it
passengers were shaken and out-youneedn't
ilon of the up
public schools of the
"
f I ate has been frightened. The train was running hurry.
extended from March very slow as it had entered the yard The Remington she tackled-now and '
ft April 20.
t kvto, limits. The wreckage covered the then she struck a key, ''F / t ;

Ku Klux Klan-has been organizin tracks in the yard so it will take several And after thirty minutes this is what
hours to she handed me:
clear the
tracks so traf
Pensacola
to deal with German
; 1 pro-German tic can proceed in any direction on
propagandists
and
I >,I stop injury to Pensacolians by the main line north and south to "Dear Sir, I have the Fecver, and in
laaa in food Jacksonville. a pile I sit !
I ow i as well as to put a -
J aganda..Patriotism to. the spread of German propIMop THANKS-RED CROSS And reasoned 1 except It.the offer as you have a

'' \ I I wish to se however That under
iiJll'.. Fort Mills, P. I., March 2, 1918. no
. marked the twenty. Editor Telegraph condition .
?
'
*1 !> fourth session Grand Commanders, Starke, Fla. Can I for to think of a Free Lunch r ff-- ::

1j |Jtolghts Templar of Florida, which Dear SirPleASe :- preposition? _
,(.$!I*\,.lo/ed its session at St. Augustine allow me space in your I[ shall be in tomorrow to turn the _

paper to thank the ladies of the Red mother out,
commonvoted; Cross chapter for their presents The cap will be red, and will cost,

? sent me Christmas which reached me $10, about.
February 23, 1918. Materul of this nation should not
,r After: having passed the records of'i I wanted to spend Christmas with rust N. Dooly. .. f
manjr states of much larger popula- the: home folks, but due to the fact Thinking you have the Feever I am
1',lion in sending volunteers to the reg. it takes about three months to get I I

y,.> nlar and national armies, patriotic home and back from here, I couldn'tsret Yours very truly." > ti j1i,1
ht\\\\
w'mf< ,'' cosmopolitan .Florida continues that much leave from the Dost -Contributed. I__ \ \ I
-raw, sans strong and courageous men, While the young men of the- country -- -
,, both white and black, in a VOLUNTEERS; WANTED FOR f" 111'f/t. ' /
manner : '
are
responding
nobly to the call
i'i that brings favorable comment from to RED CROSS WORK IN FRANCE Illil' Y'F< -:: ; I
the
arms women are making /
"'/
f _
'1 F ; '
Washington and all sections of the their sacrifices too, and ., .. / -
Yi "country- The mark of 4,000 is be- themselves to the country's needs devoting in J. E. Futch, chairman of the Bradford W I h I' /;///'" \ I" ,

: :faff approached. fields of We County Chapter, American Red ..SF&'e { I <<.,/....__ I
many activity. are gladto Cross is in ,..: : I
(h s" know that the Red Cross is still receipt of the following r -::::: --I ,
''V.'E.'E. Rose, state chemist, has sent with us and do communication relative to volunteers, / ..:- I
v'a ,letter to the papers of the state kindness.certainly appreciatetheir either male or female, for Red Cross / .- Ijlj

;(which he requests them to publish, Yours Respecfully work in France: ,
,
,, '!, allowing that there is no truth in the HORACE G. YARBOROUGH. To All Chapters: ,

.reports of ground: glass being found Private First Class, QuartermasterCorps I beg to quote telegram just recived .
( \i" in food stuff He shows that the national from II. D. Gibson, Genera
bureau of chemistry, the food a--- Manager, as follows:
:;, administration and the state labora- NO I'Aln.\SSESS KNT.S; Mr. Davison deeply impressed
,'tory ,have all made examinations. Ho AGAINST; STATE CAMJIIIATKSCandidates with vital necessity for increasingon Hundred Thousand
,.also states that ground glass and broad scale enrollment of both
sand which will pass through an ordlnaiy for state offices will not men and women for Red Cross service -
flour sifter will not injure have to pay a party assessment this in France at this critical time American Soldier in France
any one. I year, according to a statement issued cables from Paris as follows: '

t I by Geo. 1'. Raney, chairman of Situation now such that every 'I
According to an older of II ilIs- the State Democratic Executive Com- fairly intelligent American man or
borough County Food Administrator mitee. These candidates will only
Hafford Jones, beginning Monday I have to pay the regular filing fee of woman loyalty with right can be spirit utilized and ,unquestioned so put We dare not delay the VICTORY now.
morning, two 3:I ,
pounds of substitutes per cent to the secretary of state, to extreme

must of flour be purchased sold in that with district.every pound This I I partly defray because expenses of of the holding war and primary its demands , 'sending and all pressure who You have upon been locating asked and for, American lives are at stake our own safety. the safety of the

r 'cent new 'ruling: was announced at a re- upon everyone and for the many; more., and there is cannot work for send all who too I whole world. If we are not to prolong the slaughter and the suffering, if
I
trators.meeting, in of Jacksonville the county, adminis-I will j''two reason hundred that the dollars committee on hand has, which about that come In fact, think this! matter is so vital we are not to risk defeat or an inconclusive peace, we must act quickly;.
you may it to
probably be in force until the new was thought to be sufficient to pay the organize on even larger necessary scale committees we must put forth our every effort now.

wheat crop is! harvested. Alreadya necessary expenses. for men and, women who will
number of the counties of the This exemption doe'
state not
: apply to devote their entire '
attention
to subject
%have,agreed to rule out the sale of candidates for county offices or for ." The is doing its Five '
.., wheat flour altogether while other any office to be voted upon only in one army part.
< Tho ,
counties have limited the consump county, as the county executive com- type of apl>' !ant desired is i hundred'l'
the man or woman with ability to thousand American soldiers are in France today.
tion
:: of wheat flour to one and one- mittee have the power to assess such
,, fcallj pounds per person, per week. candidates, if it is found to be neces- obey orders willing to go to any
sary. Candidates for office' country, fill any position and serve be more tomorrow. And n\ore the day after. We are going to .

By placing a net in three of the in Bradford can be advised county on this abroad for at least one year. army large enough so that when we strike with our Allies, we can drivel

Miami city main sewers Saturday question by J. E. Futch, of Starke, draft Practically age are no accepted men within for service the the German hordes back across the Rhine so that we can win the decisive''
afternoon thirteen dollar who is chairman of the
were reovered by the twenty police officials.bills mittee. county com abroad the Foreign with the Red Cross, except in VICTORY that will make American freedom safe, and establish a justl

These bills, together with another All candidates must file their oath Transportation Depart
and
large Bum of money is alleged to have and pay their filing\ fee thirty days ment ing where men of draft age are be lasting peace. '
been stolen from the cashier's cage of prior to the date of primary election. accepted, provided the physical

v. the Saturday Miami by Bank a negro and Trust porter.Company R. W BRADFORD BUYING. FEW being disability accepted which in prevented the army them is from not But the whole nation must take part. Our:
serious
WAR SAVING STAMPS enough to prevent them from
'Van whey Brunt he returned cashier,a left pack his of cage twenty and being No: of value to the Red Cross. Armies in France are looking to us to furnish them in even
Hillsborough County leads with one is promised! any particular
dollar missing.bills Working amounting on the to theory$360 were that $1'04,175.27) ; Duval rank,* second position. Assignment is made after rreatcr abundance, the ordnance, the munitions, the supplies that will
with sales of $77,615.21, and Pmellasiiilivt applicant arrives abroad. J
. the negro disposed of them a searchWu ...:... ...,... "__.. __._._. .. .. D . hake their VICTORY possible. We must not fail them.
made in the building. The wibif luitii rmic vi

was arrested and denies the charges.He negro. The work in Bradford County has lagged of thirty and fifty, although in rare ,

has been employed by the bank because of no organized campaign instances a woman as young as 2f,
for six: i for the selling of War Savings if she has had special training, might S..UM U.UUUUUUIUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUrfafasarUU
years.
Stamps, and to date has only $:m! ,'>.!)l sometimes be accepted. All appli- .U a

Only the quick action of the instructor to her credit. This places her fifth cants must h.. in robust health, able .
at the Moller aviation schoolat from the bottom of the list. Bradford to stand a rigid physical examination : The Third Liberty Loan is our share in .
Pablo Beach Monday saved the can make a better showing than this and be- persons of unquestioned .
lives of the two men in the aeroplane.The and we urge that the oounty chair- loyalty.A : the winning of this war. Upon it depends
machine was at an altitude of man of the commitee on this impor- ruling of tho State Department
4,000 feet and about directly over the I tant work begin a systematic campaign prohibits the Rod Cross from issuing E the safety and success of five hundred

lighthouse at Mayport when the line as soon as the Third Liberty passports to wives, mothers, sisters .
Loan has been raised, for the thousand American soldiers in
; France.
purpose i
supplying air pressure to the fuel or daughters of men in the U ;
placing Bradford County well up on S. either in I
supply became disconnected. To service this country oroverseas.
the honor roll in the sale of War .
avert an accident, Rolfs decided that Savings StampsIt : E. .. ..... ...... .. .. ... . . . . . .. .. .... . . . .. . . . . .. . .. .
there was but one thing to do in or- --* Generally speaking it is desirable' I
'"der to supply the falling air pressure nTTf> : : C.\o..S; ;NOW. that applicants be able to speak ; .
and he immediately started in by French In some cases, as in canteen -
usfcag his lungs and blowing air into Cans are going tc he expensive. and work, applicants must be able ..
the pipes, while the machine was hard to get when the canning season to peak French fluently. Lend Him a Hand

controlled by the student. By this begins, 1'0 it will be money in your i Volunteers who can flay their own
action the supply of air pressure was pocket if you buy them now. You can expenses' are desired. In making ap-
maintained while the machine was directed get cans from C. "V. Zarinr, of Jack, plication all questions should be an-
All the
Buy Bonds
immediately on its downward ponville. ;No. 2 cans are about il.'i.lio:!: swered clearly; if any salary is re- You Can'

flight, landing without an accident. per thousand, and No. 3 cans $1j,6i: puired, state definitely; if only expenses -
per thousand. I can't give you the or a salary in addition to expenses -
Jeff Jefferson, a negro farm laborer exact cost a* the price may have Be brief, be definite.All .
on the plantation of Marshal Kin- chanorcd since I received his price list. men and women in the South- This Space Yard for and Contributed by
katd, met death by drowning in White hire Smith, of the Starke HardwareCo. ern Division desiring to apply for
Lake near Live Oak Monday after. I ., Sill order cans for you if you service abroad should communicatewith
noon, under the following circum- want large quantit vs. He expects to the Director of Personnel nearest -
stances: He and another laborer keep some cans on hand, but don't tie them, who will furnish applica- THE CASH
bad been sent to repair some fencing I pond on getting cans when you are tion blanks and all information DEPARTMENT STORE

which run into the lake, and for ready to use them. <* some reason drove the horse, attached I the same thing and there might not
W. L. PEEL;
to the wagon into the lake bo cans enough to ,go", around. We must
Manager Southern Division, American Sam
"But a short distance into the waterijwis I not l let anything go to waste for lack Red .* Rosenberg Prop.
made when the depth of the of cans to put it in. If we waste food ,
a_ter increaied to where the horse we are helping th"ermnns.MARGARCT ,
Ij lfan swimming, when an effort was BURI.EIGII. Perfectly, ComprehentibKj."
.r I The fallowInd; xpei'ch was made bya STARKE
r snide to turn it around. This was a--- '- FLORIDAThe
:jOt successful and the negroes left TIIE -F-STENor.KAI'HEK; lawyer on behalf (,l Iris client whose ,

*" 'the'Wacon and came ashore. But Jiff, I have a new stenographer--ehe came cow had been killedy a train: "If
a-''who was the driver, returned to the I to work today, the train hail' been run ....It vtioivli] have

animal and made an effort to release She told me that she wrote the Graham tt-en ran, or If the bell had) been rung Grand
i S'iit! from the harness, and it is supposed system us It Miould) have 1"0 rung, or If the Spring Opening Sale at the Cash

l j he was struck by the horse in its Two hundred words a minute seemed whistle hud bv<'n Mown ax It should
,[struggle and rendered helpless, and to her, she said, like play; have been blew, both of which" they did
neither, the cow would not )Imvu beau Department Store is still in full
Ike and the horse both drowned as are And word for word at that-she swing. .
? alt. never missed 'em, Insured vLea" the was kJlJe'l


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tit firma trrarlo4 of (; .rrgettm with !thaar' ltyt.nt asebt.'wkr.j I far :IT\II! I 1 b;.. ;' and merchant ships United States.T

j i 4t Ikry .JJ hY .*.h...> dipped tfer alaabas the front *suj ./*..dt. Or* "I \ than we have constructed in the From the shipyards of the Pacific
rd t"dalllt7 rsrrwees wa.. of :
fray( ';'*r Jfstt* errf*. bn iwi in cray JJ J last generation. to those of the Atlantic; on our farms
wnatwrb., with an 4Jrr I ..Urn.* rffirrt! wan p rf*<,rtya and in our mines, mills and factories in
ran well, / irna na.tirrliCrn f1
dta""in" y/u & / -A
aM KImmarNawrr } I If We are building a vast fleet of air- every State in the Union; back of the

bra tb4 "tyl.,. ,,,in, their fir,iaid i- / I plaines, and enormous supplies of artillery firing lines in France where
r'r'"d DiM frpperku) fm a-n r, ; f -,' J.II' I men are ;
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Untrusting and diatiru.thre.ar TlvrreR
if vt/itfiiertiil' affaim of i2ntik: silk,' I )7;' I motor trucks, machine guns, training camps are being erected and :.
o and the tatter ratrrme of mJlUe-ty, I iv., 'aa
drttsrl aw a.. rppmpriate, .fur ths i I! rifles and ammunition. are feeding, railroads built, billions upon billions .
warm JangniJ nurnr/ivr da/ There ,
arc many casters wrnvr auorti ram I clothing and training an army of a are being expended for labor for transportation
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.. will worth tij/Jylfjf.. The un r'/rnbinatlon of material' aruj col. supplies I
ilt-rtttttlh ."t was ofru the '.it*. /mttlrrw they are claiUr oan / lion more. We have loaned billions of of description. '
this' '> > -run turkn. At any tlm they every ;
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I part at thIn walatfinr, the n.ck t..j tI, th*. war'lrob. .* of the wrnan.f
if simply' ': v..th.,1 Up'/'' a .ilv rri'-: fa"hi'n an/I fast. If they match
/ laird); the skirt) of thin was /grtbrr.l I he aril or skirt, there" may be a
0)11 the waist. CruJ r tear Lse 0" "rIr t/u kf i < ..*. was A wide rod* irirdlc-nknh' j itarice, the ti. Ixxlinen, l/ag yil The mind can hardly conceive the sums of---money "
I IrMstly' tied in tsar l ix.k. Th. 1I1"v4tll l ,I",,vex. cut body and (lev*,* in one,,
were. of ilvr ri,.t, hunt l r an'I flowing, "a ire the newest fads *f Oam Fah-
j .(/"/rfuy)) *'J <'w> that the l' expenditures -
t set ""ltlt'UI hr it wa th,, mo,,t rharrning' thing I Of Satin and f-rotfeHf Crepe
have ever" ar.n.Yigur.4 I For the *emi-dr'*N utttrnwjn occa- are absolutely essential.
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Hprlnif and !H'jmr i.,.. '1 ho vt/il.s, irt Milk an / / ',.wi..hi'11"1| moat attracttv "'''IC are great favorites this We
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)t. KAIHKIt'H/ TALK/ ',0 IIKM.; I With the air] of i/oixonou gas the job with American thoroughness let the cost
The tielifiumnutnn\ '. ,
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111 I Th* KII.l...-r r,.U.jt.-;' devil up, And would not let u* pain.
I f On thn tirl'-phofin one day, be what it
,:f Th,. Kid i at f;>ntrul linteneil, to My uhrnarine. arc devil, may.
" ,I All they had In ,.
f? .y. Why you would' are!! them fight,

: D ""/..II" ," he the ,.,'. They ifn sneaking through the Ipall,
I i heard K"I. voice, ,\n" sink a ship. at mxht.
M fi "Is ol'l, man Hatan homo. ? Remember, when you invest in your Liberty Bonds that there 1c
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j' 'I Thnt want him on the, phone." Till a ,
year or 1 airo immediate urgent imperative need for dollar
Wn' When a man nnrn 1h. Devil Mttl'l' "H..U,," t'l Hill, Wrote me to if" more "I"W l ,
I. I And Hill" laid "How art you ?" I
t': I I'm ,Ionill.II.r.. u Hell I This Space Paid for and Contributed
trill me what to J" I An l he'N coming after me by
t With a million Yankee itol-Jirrs ,
"Wh"t ran I fl"?" the Devil aid, l''rorn their homes ucrost! the ica.
e "My lear old" Kaiser Kill.
}t If II".,..'. u thing that I rain do, Now thut'n why I rallvi/ J you, Satan,
iiiI 1'" help' you, I sure. will." t'nr I want U'lvire from you
I knew that you would tell mJunt < COMER
h ,, Thn.And Kaiser I' will Arid try,to"Now tellTh listen, what I aught to lo." L. PEEK & SONReal

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p way that I aim running. "My' dear/ old 1 Kuiiir William,
tin earth u modern Ih II." Thi-re'M not much for mo to tell,
For tho Yunkn will muke it hotter
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J'". naved for this for ninny yi-itrx. Than I crux for you in Hell.
And' I've Mtartrd, out to kill,
A-, 7'hut It will ,Im it modern, job' I've" l I....-" n mean; oM" 'Devil, Estate Dealers
You LavA' to Kitlwr' Hill- Hut nut half un mcnn. im you
I I And the minute that you get here,
My nrmy went, 'through Ileliflum, I will give my job to you.
r Khoollnif l / women and Children/ STARKE FLORIDA
;.:, Jj down" Ill l ho ready for your roming, ,
i W. for uj" all her country, And' I'll keep the fires all bright,
If it',: And' l blew l up ull/ her town And, "I'll hove your. room all rcmly,
f When, the Yanks ,begin to
\ My 7."H>" ilrnppfil' ' 1 bonds, on ('JtI,,,,, fight. Selling Agents Selling
tf! 'Killing/ 'Irfitli old" and yintnif, For lion 'lifiyit In Illuu will get you, Agents "
c And, tlii> (hit /"JII"ICII "i"\t, get, I have nothing more to tell; EMPIRE
: I ern Wilt. taken out unll,| hunt. long! up tho phone, and get your but LUMBER CO. SWALLOW & HOPKINS. '
: And rn't tI"t hero in IhdL"!
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iTonight there will be American boys in Through the long, dreary hours, as they

lonely listening posts far out in the desolation wait and watch in the dark, while dangers,

"[of No Man's Land, American boys in the lurk on every hand, their thoughts turn

'(darkness and the mud and cold of the trenches to the homes they have left behind, homes

sunder the ceaseless thunder of guns and the on distant farms, in scattered villages, in great

;;scream of shells, American- boys tramping cities, and they see in imagination the pleasant -

,.r along the pitch-black, shell-torn toads. home lights shining out'into the night.
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i lYou, back here in the peace and safety of the homes they they need tanks and transports and airplanes, good food
'love, can help in the bitter struggle that our boys, must and warm clothes and medicines and hospital supplies-
face tonight and tomorrow night, and every day and an ever increasing abundance of all the vital materials
(every night until the final VICTORY is won. You of war if they are to drive the ruthless German invaders

., too, must work to keep the home fires burning--for our back within their own borders, and establish for all time
"' sons in France. the sacredness of American liberty and the safety of Amer

, They need guns and more guns,shells and more shells, ica's homes their homes, our homes.


iUFor:{} [ these lads that are fighting and dying for you-do your share to send them to

l ar.?, VICTORY. Invest today in Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan-ALL

:ii the bonds you can. Keep the home fires burning.

This Space Paid for and Contributed by

, .. J. E. FUTCH, Attorney at Law. A. Z. ADKINS, Attorney at Law.
A. V. LONG, Attorney at Law. A. S. CREWS, Attorney at Law.

EVERETT M. JOHNS, Attorney at Law. JOE HILL WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law.J. .

C. POPPELL, Attorney at Law.FRIDAY. .




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STA EKE, FLORIDA. _-
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1} l Die \\t-rynt boy pdt a piece of wood on erty Bonds and about! 112,000 has-railroads, it appears that the Railroad J e, 1r
< will ban but
Florida!
rli Bradford County Telegrapl ll t l r .he lire which happened to U too been applied for to date.J. Commission of if I

.. -- ----- rnsr and extended out on the door. T. Quigley accompanied by his very little power will any Ue under Governmerit ,
-- railroads
- 1 In took the piece of wood to try to wife and F'. A. Scott, motored over The
Piiblinhed Wwkly and *ntr. l u oar<' and renewed cor.trol for twenty-one month-I
reak it and as he std fto spark flew from Starke Tuesday: ac-
end claN matter at the t*...t-o0ice aSUrke. I .1 .ff on the little fellow', setting him | luaintances with! their many friends or longer after the close would of! the be \var'l'
antll do not feel that it I
Florida. .f rl'. 1 lls! : clothes: were m'mo burn- here. the''
,j off on the left tale of his o. d. and I Carl Johns, of .iturko, vas a visitor to hold office and accept pay from

OwnerJ. .. .*.-. body '- irn K. S. MATTHEW. Editor and I' service for same.
render {
n hth.p, hn arm firing earned more remains of oar lat friend and power to I
C ROHI.NM.I.NHKOciatt- Editor. ndly tf f i 1 nnf' r'her par of /his l-ofly. | brother J. B. Da .'13. '. at laid! to rest I do not know whether or not the I

Vhile h.' !h ruffcrinjf: from the burn with Masonic honiid ith Santa Fe Honda/ legislature will be justified in '

'I a"'. maintaining the Railroti:I Commission.. ...
: tn' '. I bflieicd! be has been fatally cemetery Wednesday < moon.i
: 9111 A P Ft L igfa njurfJ and at this writing the little I|| Beginning next Su-iday the Sunday If it is i not maintained it will be a

' w! urJ2J3.:4t5555ii' :j/.v! .- resting very nicely. The i,i school at the Bap.! ,*. church will be having of from ttO.WO:! to $30,000 annually
a ) .ra Tra v.o'fau :rj"'r r,">' when he was of the same age held at four o'clock in the afternoon to the state of Horida. This 1n

hj ',Brother was aieo: severely burn- I' ,instead of 'J.M a. n., :a-t before. however is a question for the legislature

<, .f.I VV hope the little fellow will ; Mrs. Dr. Middle-ton left Wednesday to decide. If the commission has _
mi naif a pedy recovery. for Dupont to visit htr mother Mrs. I no power it will be "f 'cry little service -

T 8 9 3' S. H Woodard has been in the sick L. E. Dowling, who U quite ill. to the public.

& mt for A few days. At this ./rilingi Harvey D. Green of Camp Wheeler i After the war closes and the railroads

85162181920 (- IH much improved. is visiting his broth, M. J. Green. I should go back to private ownership

t I Mr. G. v,". Hinson was a visitor to Harvey volunteered last!! May and wa I will then he in the race for

21t2 23241 ..26 lackvonville Saturday. assigned to the Vavy; field artillery.The railroad commissioner.

; 3 Miss Gertrude ILn&on visited rela- many friends of Aden L. | S. A. BRYAN. 11 vavf

, : 252930. I was at MtRae, a, few days of last Spurkman, who volunteered for foreign e
t w i: veek service with the Railway Engineers i- I I IN ;MEMORY: OF 1l'S..I'TTCII'

r I Mr. Cleveland tee, of Lake Side, and who has been iti active sere .|j
'1 Dearest one, thou fans left us,
--' vice Over There" since last
-- I wan in our burl Sunday. summer
who ha not had to give a I :Mr Joe Shaw and Mrs. P. Smith will regret to learn that he has beenin I And our loss we deeply feel l' :
1 The man '
to the ought to strike a beeline m J children tit Lake Side were visl- the military hospital for the past But 'tis God that has bereft us. 1i
boy army
for the nearest bank and buy Liberty I ors to Starke SatuHuy. two months. Many kii'iy! wishes are ,I He can all our sorrows heal. ( ,
this section looking being expressed for his : \
The crops! of are early recovery.Mrs.
Honda.Thu
I I splendid for the heavy rains which Idella Priest left Wednesday Yet again we hope to meet thee
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r' fell on them recently for Montbrook, where she is the guestof When the day of life is fled, I
f. i is certainly a nice ladylike Mr Porter GuiTorl! was visitor to relatives. When in heaven in joy to greet thee
' I'eople are too much Interested Where farewell is shed.
campaign. tear
Starke; Saturday.A ---- no
: in the war to give attention to I
car til H.irrrton, citizens jaascdtlt'igh JL'RORS FOR SPRIXO TERM
the candidates and their troubles. Weep not that her tens, are over
our ours PinJay! pn' cnte to OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Spring lake, where the ppent the day Weep not that her race ia run;
e: If we do not support the government fishing. Jurors for the spring term of the God grant we may rest as calmly

f by buying its interest bearing Quite a number of folks from here circuit court for Bradford county, When our work on earth is done. I J

bonds we will have to support it by attended the school breaking up at which will be convenes:! :in Starke on I 1 ;

ti paying non-interest bearing taxes. Brooklyn Friday night. They reporta :Monday, May 6th, have been drawn as Till then we yield with gladness \
Take your choice. nice tim>>. follows: Our departed to Him to keep; :

:Miss Ruby Bennett has returned W. R. Kersey And rejoice in the sweet assurance, 1l'

r Bradford county's allotment in the from a pleasant visit with relativesand :M. P. :Matheny.S. lie giveth His loved one sleep. iA.

)' i. present Liberty Loan issue is 104,000. friends at Raiford. S. Knight -
r' At first blush this seems rather a Messrs. II. D. May and R. M. King W. A. BJackweMer.: Peaceful by thy silent tlumber, /

i large sum but if e.ery man will:l rome went on a fishing trip to lakes near D. C. Williams.L. Peaceful in thy grave so low; \

up and l do !'t::4 part the inteument for Brooklyn Saturday afternoon.Mr. A. Crosby.B. I Thou no more will join our number

4 each one would be Inconui" ralle. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown were I T. I"ortn" r. Or no more our sorrows know.

I pleasant visitors to Hampton Satur J. V. Jones. i Your Bond May Bring
Remember that Bradford county Andrew Kite. ''I Yet again we hope to meet thee, !

has boys at the (front and still others day.I. C. Phillips was in Etarke Satur, J. S. McCormick. ,". When the day of life is fled;

who must go. Let's invest a little of day. W. B. Alexander. I And, in heaven with joy to greet thee.

r' our money' to make sure that they As there are plenty of lakes around I Sim Kelley. Where no parting tears are shed. Him Home in SafetyThe

have proper food and clothing while I here the people in this section, as wellas R. L. Mott. A FRIEND.

they are fighting for us. those in other sc-ctirns, are taking Henry Rosenberg. ,
; '> advantage of them. Charley :M. Green.E. CARD OF THANKSWe :

r Liberty Loan application blanks can :Mr. and :Mrs Jeff Sioley of near N. Green. supreme tragedies of war are not enactedon

',e had from K.': S. :Matthews, county Starke have moved to our section Ji S. Griner. ; desire to thank oar friends for the battlefield but in the home.

.. J ( chairman Starke or from any bankin :Mr. SiMoy will be employed with Mr J. J. Hodges.O. their many, many acts! of kindness ,

Bradford county. Your government:! Moore on hit castor bean farm. W. Djal. during the serious illness of our little Above the shouts of command and
I Dr. W. E.1: Middleton of Hampton J. Morgan. Curios. encouragement
B auks for your aid. Buy all the bonds lion, We especially! thank Dr.
I you can afford. Buy! them today. hail been called) several! times to some :M. W. :Mann. I Middleton for his untiring efforts to the roar and shock of the great guns,

V of the homes in this section on account Horace G. Crawford. restore him. God directed\ him to the and all the swelling tumult of battle which
.1. J. Brannen.
of sickness. right
treatment and our little one is
Bradford Judging county from present farmers appearances will chip It seems as though the people i in T. E. Lewis.L. still living. :May our friends feel that bear the husband and father to a hero's grave

0" about 100 can of Irish potatoes thin our burg like to no to Sfarke and especially V. :Moore. we are ever ready tj help them in and a martyr's glory there rise the weeping of
on first :Mondays and Satur George Andrews. ., time of need. ,
spring.growers all The report plants that are the fine beds and are the days.Wonder B. E. Hall. :MR. and :MRS J. P. SUMMERS. the bereaved wife and the cries of little children

when the wedding bells arc C. O. Carroll.O. --.--
GI fairly bursting open as the spuds going\ to begin ringing around hereAfter ? C. Cason. CIVIC CLUB :MEETINGAt deprived of a father's love and care.

Krow and expand. the war, we suppose! Charles :M. Dennison '
II. S. Roebuck was in Ilamptcn on Henry Summers. the residence of Mrs. R. A.I American fathers are now on the battlefronts g 5

S The news from the battlefields in business Friday. f:. B. Andreu. Weeks Wednesday afternoon a of France. Many must fall ; how many depends -

France has not been altogether reassuring :Mr. Bob Lee and son. Jake, of LakeSide Drew Reddish ber of Civic Club members gathered to
} during the past few days. It were in our burg Saturday afternoon H. L. Lewis listen to an address by Mrs J. D. Randall I upon us who remain safely at home.A .

it time to wake up, America. It it James O. Fralick. of Lawtey, and to consider lines

time to wake up, Bradford county. Let liev.: John Mullady: of Hamptci. Wm. II. Edwurdi. of work for the Club. I
!dk no red-blooded American citizen of came down Sunday :and delivered two Mrs R. A. Weeks acted all chairmanof single Liberty Bond will help to save a

} Bradford county who can command the very interesting ernona, one in the FI.OKIIIVS FIRST! ; 111:11: IN RED the meeting, and in a brief talk explained aoldier'\\
money. fail to. .buy a Liberty Bond during mornin g nnl nee in the evrnin at CROSS HOSPITAL IN rKANCF why the meeting" had been call I life, your soldiers life, and bring him \

('$..\'" .r! inc next two weeks.When i the 'hri..tlan ('hurch.I ed. :Mrs Randall, Director for Bradford in safety to those who hold his life
\\J | We lire sorry to report that :Mrs State Director of War Relief for County of the National War Sayings -

our boys come home after | M. L. Tanner H quite ill at this writ Florida Mrs. Wm. f.. Gynn, of Ft Committee spoke with much enthusiasm more precious than their own. "

Germany has been whipped and peace inWe wish her a speedy recovery. :Myers announces that the United j I on the subject of the club

4 restored to the world can you look The heavy rains which we have had Daughters of the Confederacy of the I work and the help the organization is

them in the face If you have failed to I lately has caused some of the farmer state have contributed $GOO for Flor now in a position to render to our THIS SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED BY

do your part toward feeding and to have to plant over some of their! i Ida's first bed in the Red Cross hospital country. She also explained the system

i clothing them while they offered their I crop. Those living on low lands have at Neuilly France This work of thrift savings stamps and urged

lives for you ? If you are able to buy suffered more than the rest. has been done since March 2nd. W. T that this branch of war work be QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPPLY CO.

a Liberty Bond and don't do it we Weeks Chapter U. D. C., was a con taken up by the Starke Club.

i, suspect that you will have a mighty HAMPTON NEWS NOTES tributor to this fund. After discussion it was decided that I
t
-I "sheepish" feeling when you come face Before Easter the U. D. C., of Ala the Civic Club would take up the workof Starke Fla. '

to face with one of these heroes. Hampton April J7. MWis Beulah bama Arkansas California Florida war savings stamps and also act as I IFOR

Ammon of Walcross Ga., was the Georgia; Louisiana North Carolina an auxilary to the Red Cross only this

r ) 1 Every: citizen of the United States guest of ;Mrs. W. H. Griffin during the New York Philadelphia South Carolina line of work to be taken up by the local COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO.2. COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT t.I .
Texas Tennessee club until the is I hereby. I I hereby myself a candidate for
; who can command the ought to week. Virginia war over. announce myself a candidate for reflection announce)

'f", '':''",\ own at least one Liherty price Bond. It it Alias Doris Middleton, of Green. Washington D. C., and West Virginia Election of officers resulted as follows : and for to District the office No.of 2.county and respectfully commissionerIn solicit re-election a. subject for County to the Commissioner action of the of cumin ulftrlcl ,

;;f:. a badge of honor that every man Cove Springs was the guest of Mrs: I had endowed twenty-one beds at $600 : I the support of the voters at the democratic democrata. primary. If elected I promise to
W. E. Middleton each. This $12,600 has been raised President Mrs. R. A. Weeks. primary election to be held on June 4th. Ipromise continue to give the duties of the office, III'I
10.. ought to be proud to have in his POSt during the past week if elected to give the Sam conscientious I earnest attention. U. D. MAY
r Kession. Aside from this, it Is better L. 13. Alexander! and wife of Wal- since January of this year and the Vice-president: A. Z. Adkins. attention to the duties. of the office aa I -

r' ., that all citizens of our county shouldown do, spent Sunday here, the guests of U. D. C. is justly proud of the glor Secretary, Mrs. C. A. Futch. have in the past C. A. ROUERTS.I I I take this method of unnoi.'iclnir', that jf I!ain**
relatives. ious success thus fur, and hopeful of Treasurer :Mrs. O. J. Griffin.A I i a candidate for Coutuy {" *iortr
t its 'ccuritie-s than for a few mf'n'fr' respectfully I trlct No. 5. eomporu.1 of New. Rlv,',. Brook'
to own them. To give the securities :Mrs. M. J. Prevatt, of Crawford is the future. They I I.elieve this is a meeting will be held in May at I Commissioners: District announce No. 2 totl.that I am voter a canlidat of. .''Cr.ham. Hampton +nd Therefsn toilnii 5l.clod. '"
of our government into the hpnds of a I the truest of her son, V. IJ. Prevatt. work that Is only just beginning. It the: home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. AllCivic for Commissioner of said district. I .. I respectfully solicit the .voles .ol'h pr*
democratic tan.
j few men is to give them too much I O. I. Beasley and wife, of Tampa should receive the continued supportof Club members and others interested :prone>fllc* my if careful el..ted0 attention.give the C. J duties. KNIGHT of the mac, careful. electors attention of t-j the the di.dut'"*. of the i
of power. were week-end visitors here the every loyal citizen. The hospital in war relief work are cor- Ace if I am olecteiL J. J. MORGAN:

l" guests of Mr. and, Mrs. T. J. Durclen. work must go on indefinitely. Long dially invited to be present. I hereby announce myself) a candidate for
In considering Liberty Bonds it i III Mrs. J. L. Hcotten of Gainesville after the war in ended the hospitalswill runty comm ssioner for district No 2 (Lake MEMBER SCHOOL. BOARD. DISTRICT' 1 1e
i rirnila of I. Powell
: hor'by a
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + falter and *
be needed. The Florida + + + + northing-ton nnd earnestly solicit ,
here the of Mrs U. D. C. him the >
a mistake to think that you will have spent Sunday guest + POLITICAL the: support of the voters of this, district at a canddnto for Member of
to hold them for the full term of yearn H. H. Wccst. now has $145.14; in bank for a second ANNOUNCEMENTS. + he: democratic primary election to be held School Hoard from District No. 1 Star. od
.t Mrs. Hester Wrest !eft Monday for bed.I in France. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + luna 4. HUH. and promise if elected., to put Lawtey, i an'1 s.ilisit the support. ?' T'
\1 that they are issued for. American FOR 'orth best effort! ton at the comma: primary, km WII'
REPRESENTATIVE my t. the
GROUP serve (
1. people of
:. investors are patriotic anj BO lory us her home in Philadelphia after a RISING NEWS' *; I am a candidate tor memoenhip, In the 1.his district, and county to the best of my Powell 1s deep1/ interested in toe "
fi', the wur lasts they will buy Lordt!, trom11i I pleasant visit here with her son, II.. ITEMS. House of Representatives and hereby. announcemy bllily. E;; W. HAYES. I our public school system._
candidacy In Group I In the coming pri
tli< government in preference to buying U. Wrest.J1ra. RUing, April 10.-We are having mary. 1 feel that I know the needs of our Through the solicitation of my"' "
" from private bond, hulder.4, but : V. R. Prevatt left WednesdayFor county and ...t.. ina lexislativ way end hav. COUNTY. COMMISSIONER DISTRICT J. hereby announce myself a candiduti. ''
t{ some pretty weather now, but the rev In Kl chief I hereby announce myself a candidate election member of the scht '" ,
Jacksonville where she is the >ven clerk of the lions for the ses.slon for aa county "
I 11i when the war in over those invcrt'retr ent rains have caused the farmers to of 1DI7. I am familiar with 'h* proceednita office of county. commissioner of District No. for District No. 1. If elected I will .
will be in the open market for the guest of her daughter, Mrs. II. II. have some job killing the of ald body. I lolicit the support of all I. <( bonds and holder/ will be able to Spencer.Rev. grass. lemneratie voters and If elected promise of the qualified electors at the coming election vice possible in the future aa I hay .fj'I I'
p any We are having some skkness now. faithful end efficient iervie... R. A. GREFN a be held' Juno 1918. If elected I 1'1.01"00ny..f the past. I feel that I am In poaitlor,
find sale for his bonds if he does not John :Mull.idleft Monday for to faithfully; '
.f, 'he worst case being :Mrs. J. S. Jack- perform the dull,'a of better service the next two yean than
cure to them. New Redford! Penn. where he was mid office to the .brat of my ability and to term and I respectfully solicit the *>.1 i t
; carry nlled to the bedsido of his mother on, who was taken to St. Catherine's FOR REPRFSENTATIVE-GROUP TWO t.he brat Interests of all .0n..rn..L Equal the yot....... J. C. NCRMEMBER
II' hospital, Jacksonville, la+t Monday I hereby announce myself a "nmlldate, In riuhla to all and no special privllewa to any
I Bradford county farmers have not i ho is seriously ill with pneumonia.An noimnsr and l underwent an operation Group Rcprpivntatlve Two for re-nomlnatiim for the offlceof one, C. R 9.\PI'\ : OF SCHOOL O.\RD-OJST V''
In the
invested' in I II impoitnnt imrtmirof: the Ha-np-! I.eyk.lure from I I candi '"t ( '
yet very heavily Liberty for appendicitis. Mrs. Jackson was Irndford county. .nbj.t to the action of the I take this method of hereby announce myself a I'
,, Bends They should como forwnrdnow Ion '"rllll'h.nll'l"I'un lied Cross"' ya"+ temocrntla primary tlrctlon to be held In a Candida for announcing that 1 am the office of member of school boa, : '.
i-fi>mpaniei| by her husband Dr. J. County Commissioner for Dla- i District No.2. Lake Hi.1 -
'leld lit the :Masonic hall Monday ufermxm June 1919. I rmpcctfully solicit the support t Oct No. a. comprising ,
the third compelled of Kniford
and help put over loan. and
1'. Tomlinson and Air. and :Mrs A. I.. of all votem. at la,d Democratic I.awtey' ford. Worthinitton. Providence. Palest'
f" Fully one-half of the money thus fur and was 'v"lIlattend.I. A. A. ackson. Dr. Tomlinson and promise a faithful <1i...harre of primary my duty and If rive vo': tine the precinct district*.and If the elected I. shall! strive to elected' I promise. to perform the dull" 'rt
t A. L. county goal service office .
')urdenwits i honored ...... aai to the best of ability.
\1 raised by the Liberty Bond issues! has un.tni"nai"! >fy elected as ark.son returned to "Starke am with .Iuctlon12.211tl .i membe" of the board. I respectfully solicit I p. M. PADCfI rrI
I been loaned to the Allies, and they hnirmnn tc.. fill thu v icancy cuu-'t'd by iirht, while her hutban-1 will Monday A. S. CREWS tt h. aupport of the voter at the coming eleclon. .rift" _
'r' have left it in this country for thepunhuse ho death of our former chnirmaM and return in probably I I am a candidate for; Rrprmentative; In D. W. REDDISH. I I take this metnml' of an"JBlicln* *'' .
u day or two. The patientvos 'Croup 2 and respectfully -- Izens of School District tiff:2 that I ., '
of >lies. A largo part of ,'nithful coworker.Iri.: Lulu /Futch. ollcit the support
suw the last or the vol." mho will COUNTY COMMISSIONER cnndldntp for coiinti '
I resting easy at report. participate In the Democratic DISTRICT 4. member of Tim
the money is being paid out for farm vtrs. J. Alien was ( li"teil! vice chair- :Mrs. Onie Adkins and children of primary. to be held June 4th. If my I hereby announce myself aa a candidate for hoard for said district. I ie.<.t..U..lhIh.
products, and this accounts in large I nan, Mrs. W. H. Alexander chairman .mbl\inn to ,,.p.na our runty In the Irgalatun 1 he office of county aimlsHloner. for district .. support of the Voters at the eomm,. '
nmmitteo military Mrs. J. laiford, are visiting her sister, Mrs .In. tratiflrd I Ihall exert my every No 4. If elected I shall work for the best in.vas. nmrv ,.b.cton and .....ml.! c 11 u... 'i .
measure for the present high prices of on 1.lit'f. i.1.r Jackson for u few days. ffort to serve the bfttt iuteniita of the couny 1 of the county. and on this basin I solicit fork for the upbuilding .f our public
1./' everything raised on the farmn. Aside lien chairman kiittin committeeMrs. :Mrs. Ailkins was called last and state. j|. J. SAI'P 1 he support of the voters In the primary of -. "i, n I rim .I '.t.d. 1IIO3.: DltKI
f from being a patriotic duty for our i Jolin Mullady rhairtr.nn sewing Sunday una 4th. T. P. WALL.
the bedside
n of her sister :Mrs. J. S.arkson. ..
I I ommittro Fmane '' :Mrs. FOR COMMISSION! I FOR MEMBER: ;: SCHOOL BOARD. DI9. .
t farmers to invest in bonds it is gooil ( committee vmrRicT: !NO. i. I hereby announce ..y randl.i v for Cnun- I take '
t 4k V. (,'. Seals;; l&rlfl11"<. :Midilletcm. Comtttie I hrn-hy announce that I am a candidate t y nmmissioner for tho Steno this method of nnnouncini
hii.sinoHH. If our own government and for .. dmmisnipi- am n candidate; a "" ..
| Mr. Joe Warren who lives near founts Cmnm i ii>m>r for I>i.trlct No. I. C r'. District nod restii-ctfiilly : for reflection as '
of on publicity .1. .1. NimmoMr rovldrnre I I and ... '" cil the on- ft the County School Hoard for Distr '
l' the governments England( Fri'u" tan.1 | ;freenvillevisited his I'alratine votln* .cln... and arapeetfully .Mi ration rind support of the voters II,. ,. I i
aunt Mrs. J. L. at 3.
end
During
Italy should l lom "haidup"thu *. A. :M. lIarhff Starke, was 'Varren Milieu the support of the votum omlnw 9rmarv.. If elect.,d I vi I I ilo. my. b l .4t ,,I to the the past term I hnve nty ''i'!/
in this suction, the latter t th. coming primary election. t m.c school Interest of tlm coi !
If nwnrd :
nod b.
part elected a I .
yr ness aimni.t
" resent And explained the various t.htion of the I '
bottom would drop out of prices I will service if I cont n
une my beet HForta reelected shall
,1 .f last week Ho volunteered for Un- to nerve the Interest a ITnlrs' of the Onunte. I ''
.------ runcheu of Woman's Work. :Mrs Ip Sam's service ..f the public. o. V. BttOOKS. .e't. C I.IVIVdSTQV, '[: low thin policy. T. B. F1NIIOLriEt'511'F.RISOR :
time
some but -
1 54)N (II"' :M.\ THICK: HKKV.1OV.: OP 'nrliy win plensantly entertained I by 1 ttlrs..1. us failing health ago I hereby innotmrx A '- I I I --' lF REC.HTKTIOX'
caused him intnrriidate number of friends <
to get a for and f,'
l'owoltl.ns
t 'IlIiitKS.S\: : MKtKKKir: WH.NF.I Alien while hero T. M. Hig.m ,Inn! disiharre. ounty Commb.mi.nriDiitr'3.. 0. I. rm\-[ h ave re.iueste no .1 run for Commi. I hen by unnouncu that 1 an a read'! '
'>< loaned to the Red Crows his buiMni lency and l'alt' .+ttirt>. n. d ro+nc '.,i'ly whale r rem the 1I'.r.oIe':: aid| I h"I"1 I Opt i i for rr.election aa itip trvlsor of R. **<'"
-- he support of the vom' at the,, a..nnounccment of ., mite for Bradford I .p".t.1 y -
Th'rl'lIsn.pril 1(5.( -Thi little sony : across. the street from the post- ('APT./ ItRY.\\II.irM> r HK: rimnry election' In be held on June dvmorralia 4th I fi!,ee If electwl. I hall y randioary Kite my for beet aaul.. of. the nuppnn of county.thj :mere at the or' rim :
of Mr: and Mrx. Maurice Brewton wni illii-e for work room und it will .be A rMIITE THIS TIME promo If eiertid to sere I"*> pnonle' to the onnnj d..har"i" the dot .... of the office!IT rts, mary and promise n crntinunnev of fair
e severely burned Friday" morning whil.' 'omfortnbly furnlshe 1 In a few days! I..a of my ub lily J e. Cl.EWS. JESS Tlobtta: attention to the d'il.i of try <"'"'.- T
:
.' 4 the pnn>nt.. were away from home \n order for supplies has been placed 'j 1 ro my Friends, the Voters of Florida, : Friend* of J. J. Ulellmic announce him a I hereby announce-that I\ FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICTING.: ..
They left the two buys nt the house 'or the Chapter ins wnrk will begin I will not he in th" race for Railroad :trl.t n.lldate No., for County Commissioner from Di.f or rouniy Commissioner for I am II strict a candidate No.! 4 I hereby announce myself a candidate( r.-.
j
by themselvs. bein. nbmt liv mmedlntely cm th' arrival (mmissioner t. composed of Talntinn and Provl. I S'ark.I' resp..tfully solicit th. the once of Constable of District N"Krailford
one in
1r : the June primary, 'knew votm.* prvclnct, Me auk the support e upport of the votes and county Florida' subject to the suite"'
nix old while the An active cnmp.ii j in being eonI I IIh".ted of the voter of the Democratic electors at the "' the h.ld J"""
or years i. baby was ;:n 1)1S for the following reasons: district for M,. Klellinir. t.rlniary to I* held tune Ith. nimoeratlo primary la b*
and
, for the sale the Third Lib .nd' anture them that he will give careful and I e ireful promise 4th. J9111. and respectfully solicit the ,u. "'" ,
between two lull I throe yeirt of age. of With government control of the ,ffick-nt attention to the dulin of the oltlc I I attention to my duties. M.I ir elivt.dII. lot of all voters at said primary. .
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FRIDAY. APRIL HI, 1918. hRADFORO COUNTY: TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN ;:;

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A complete lino cf soft collars atSternberg' for me. I never felt better, in my life.

1 ,. I think sometimes that you worry lots MERMAN NAVY RlMlNATES'WASTE I'ftI

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-'- when you full to heat from me often
Bits of LocalInformation 1'r .1. O. Johnson, .,f Raiford, was a but you know it takes u long time for

I UMIU-JS visitor u dtaiLe Monday. mail to go Herons. r
I "'rhi. ,experience :great and I'm '

Don't fail to see the splendid! line enjoying it, ao don't worry about me.I 1tr
of millinery now on display pt :, go to the movies often at th,' Y. :II.It' ; (

I' :Mump'\ *. .\., in fact I'm ..jetting to 1 hto a rog- ,

CfMMrtifei/.. ulnr ! T .
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avln.a. oorf j )'
Tea/.u b ... c..V", 4 T...... i ul. A. V. Lon,, state utorney for "1 hm ,- n number of letters l ; to writeso I t t hkp ea
rim eighth' judicial ircuit, attemledurcuit
wont make this :.JI1l'r. L
I court this week at Palatkn.Mrs. n .
II "Your devolve! semi tv t 9 r rg
I Address" "BOB." I
: J. P. Robinson anti f '
Briscoe "th"lnd.,1'" ," daughter, l'vt. [Robt. F. ,
car 11r.daughters: .itid Mi> Adkms and two Gray 1
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Miss Eunice left afternoon
I I Wednesday Co. E. tit h Bat. aoth: Rag rT +
from St.irkr, spent Sunday "
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for Jacksonville. They will make I rh
Curl Johns Wu a visitor to Hamp 1m Gainesville wIth relatives and their future home in that city. A. E. F., via New York. }

ton Tuesday. friends 1'1r.d.infl! fjrmeily represented ---.--- -- I .
-- --- Bradford the Senate W'SINESS: : ANNOUNCEMENT: : ;
county in $1 work shirts for 73 cents. Cash I
Mrs. Wm. Fisher 1.4 Msiting relatives and is one of the 1 leading citizens of Department :Store. I ivvt
at Hastings thii week. this section of FiordGainesville Guy l'rcscottlnd sister, Miss On account of hilt! priced nioir ,i d j II I use

Sun. April liith.,; Gladys of Sampson City, were in the fluctuating prices we will not be able I

Pr J, P T, mli.ison was a I usincss city yesterday visiting relatives.Mr. to continue the old\ system of selling I

visitor! to JaH''jnville :'o1 nday Miss Ella May l.nn? will go downto flout on credit. On account of our ,
Gainesville this afternoon to visit : and :Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mr. Harry many good customerso! regret to
Misses A.1.Hier.J and Josephine Pinkston and Hiss Pinkston, of the have to make this announcement, hut
sale
Special going on at the Cash'Departme..t .
if they will only stop vul think minute
: Store. Brooks, and while there will attend Lake Butler section, were visitors to a
the promenade given at tho Elks. Clubin Starke Wednesday. about tIll bad cu.itomc-rn Ilia credIt r N7a7L0QQcON
I' honor of the system causes us to sell to they
class of
grtduatint' the
; Lex Green, of Liva Oak, was, 'a business will readily sec that we are right And
Gainesville: High School. Hats for women and children, latest aL.4mfc5Mheu.
visitor to Starke Saturday. that afford soil somewhat 'I
styles, all shupvs. We can please you. WLcnn to
Stump's.Mrs cheaper for the cash. Therefore" bcv, it i ..i ACKII3S In the American
Mrs E S. Matthews spent Sunday There was an interesting union service Resolved! That ,>n tie first day of navy are cliinspil

|in Jacksonville: with relatives! at the Presbyterian church last : L. M. Wainright has relinquished Mayo will begin n cash business We as the best fed body

Sunday evening. The early part. of the the management of the will deliver mont to y>ur door us usual !' of men In tho worhl.

Misses Lois Tl'rl'Yln,1 Estella Sapp, service was given over to p'rtuits on I limp ton Hotel and gone to White but must! have the money in hand J In the ship's galleyi
the subject of the creation, after when the every Tort! Is I made l to
let Lawtey, pent Saturday here. Springs, where she will manage the meat goer out.
which Hev. Jordan, >f Ciloxi. Miss., l-lJ-2t. I eliminate waste
I'elford House. :M.'MIU.AN: \ BROS !
Large line of the latest styles in preached an excellent facrmon.Tha --... ---.. In the upper photo

(,millinery at Stump's. Mrs.: C. A. Rowund hal returned MRS. II. It. IIOPSON: H .\S :NARROWESCAPE. ono of the cook* on the
United Daughter,! of the Confederacy home North Dakota Is OIHTatlntc -
after spending several weeks at : :.
Mr. O. L. Beasley vas a visitor to will present' the "Peter Pan Atlantic City. While there sho saw I I n meat sllcor that

Starke one day lust week.: Minstrel" on May 15th at the High her son, Chas. Ro\\and, often and says Mrs. B. I). Hopson, of 507 Washington II cuts bacon with the
School auditorium. Pare of the pro'e'ds he is enjoying his soldier life to the strc('t, had r\ narrow escape I least possible wnstago.
II Nat is fiifl for flghtvri. Bacon la
Miss Margaret urlei)'h was a visitor ( will be given to war relief work. limit. from being burned yesterday when .N 1ibt'
needed
badly In the llie.l armies anti
to JacksonvilleolondflY.: Miss J. Pearle Rotors, producer and I her veil caught fire from a cigar lighter
navies. The allied needs In pork product
society entertainer, will manage and Mr. N. T. Ritch, :Mrs.. Katie Floyd, in a downtown drug storo. Mrs. I >
arc 1M,01N.mX pounds monthly,
Arrow shirts and collars at Stern- stage the perforniar.ee. Miss Carrie Darby, :Miss Nannio Howell Hopson wall standing near the cigar three times as much as before the war.

,e I berg's.Mr. Vivirette FloyJ and Allie May counter when in some unknown manner AnothPrivafttoellnilnntor on the North tI'1'r 1fmlW4 itOfMrY

fo" Col.! and Mrs. D. 1'. Knight and Green motored to Snpp Station last her veil got caught on the cigar Dakota Is the potato peeler, shown In tatoes In America for renter use In

J. II. Ritch and little son, Hamilton sons, Hollis and Paul Ernest, and Dr. Sunday afternoon and while there visited lighter and was in flames beforeho, the lower photo. Nothing U lost except Terry home anti for all nretls of army
{ went up to Jacksonville Friday. and Mrs. J. E. Maines and J. E. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Kitch. hardly, realized anything hud happen tho RCtunl potato skin. nail nnty. Cat more potatoes, eat
h of Lake Butler, motored over to ('.1. .1. Whitton, of I'I'aiford who was There Is n snlnYlont quantity of po- I llsS wheat.
: Ford top and back curtain for $10. Worthington Springs Sunday and enjoyed Mr. nn.l Mrs. G. C. Livingston sad standing nearby, extinguished: the

M. Leviton, Starke. the day. :Miss Kate Livingston are making a I I fire, but not until :Mrs.!' Hopson's hair, .
''k tour of the East Coast by automobile hud been singed anti her face burnod!

:Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hnislop spent Mrs. A. \V. Swaverley, of Leesburg, this week. Mr. Livingston was a dele. I in a few places.-Jacksonville Metropolis )
\ the day with Mr. J. S. :Sapp last Sun- and Miss Julia Anderson, of Jackson- cute from the local lodge to the Grand I Thursday.

44f day. ville, who have been visiting at the Lodge of Odd Fellows in session at I tr '

4 home of ?Ir. and Mrs George Mills, :Miami during the week. GO TOMitchell's

1 Raymond Speer and sister, Miss returned to their homos on last Sat- I Worth an introduction.
Jamie, spent the week-cnti! in Maxville urday. Mr. and :Mrs. W, n. Young, Rev. J. 'TIs well to know one's own mind,

I jjjg with their parents. 1,. Jordan, Mrs. B. I.. Welch and Mrs. but Its ut least oiiunlly Important to
Special dollar summer underwear E. E. Rohrer left Monday for Jack- 1m vo n mind, worth Jl'tllng negnnlaledellhbtiOuhTBnes Drug StoreFOR
Mrs. J. II. Fields, and son, Charles, at 4'J\ cents. Cash Department Store. sonville and points on the: East Coast .

of Palatka, have returned home, after of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Young desired ---- -. ---- ---
i a visit with relatives here. Judge and! J\Iri. Coo A. Gardinerand their guests to sep more of the '

i daughter, Miss Gladys, spent Sunday beauties of Florida, before their return COFFINS CASKETSAnd
I Mr. and Mrs. I. R. McClenaghan in Hastings at the home of their home Mississippi.:\ ;" I
> were the guests of Mrs Annie Gainey'' daughter, Mrs. Z. J. Roberts. Miss II I I a full line of

last Sunday. Gladys will be (heir guest for several J. E. Harper, of Lake Duller, agentn Undertakers' Supplies TANLACAlways

; I'I''JJ days. Bradford county for the Weldon Automobile llrarse.

Call at the "riscoe Sales & Service Fir Gun, was a visitor to Starke hand. The best
I i: Company for a demonstration of the Corporal J. K. Gunn, of Camp Johnston Thursday!' and while here took orders Always on service -

;. '( Briscoe, the car with a "Half Million and W. Walter; Gunn, who is at- for a large number of these handy at the lowest prices. Special get Mitchell's prices first
\k- Dollar :\olotor." tending the University of Florida of and effective little lire extinguishers.The attention to telegraph orders.

Gainesville, spent Sunday in Stnrke Weldon\ does such good work that the line
in
Orville Moitt\ of Jacksonville, spent with their brother, C. D. Gunn. it nearly always sells on sight. Automobile Registered Embalmer i \ on anything Drug
'
;I' Sunday and :\lonc'J! in Starkc with \S'L fIJ
owners especially ought nut
his parent :Mr. and Mrs. J\. E. 1\1\Jitt'l :Miss Inez an I Reb.i Ilaislop are to; bo without one of them. DeWITT JONES %% ::

----- -- pending this week with their aunt, Il Starke. Fla.CLASSIFIE. I

''Iir. Mrs. J. J. White left Monday for :Mrs. Annie Gainey, while their grandmother ROIL GRAY WRITES; .\ LETT: Kit : -.---.
several : ---
Jacksonville after spending I is rcl itives in Geor- TOIOTlllm; .
visiting IN: iAINESVILI.i: : -- ---- --
he I ,: days in Starke with relatives. gia. I

' Jr.t toll Was a Survivor of the "Tusciinia," D
*!:;T. Special sale on men's, women's and Eggs, 30 cents per dozen at Cash Torpedoed Near Iriih Coast i f1fS.
t children's !shoes for next 15 days at Department Store. ,

a; Cash Department Store. The following letter published in I I II BeautiesThere
-I I
? L G. Brooks spent :bliss 1 Harriet U. Layton, district the Gainesville; Sun of April ICth, will FOR SAto:: sucks Ked Bliss seed<
W.
Mrs.
t Mr. and home demonstraton agent, of Talla- )e of interest to the many friend of j I (' $8 [x-r suck. Sum Rosen-
Sunday in Raiford, guests of friends hassee, win in Starke Tuesday con- the young man in Starke. The letter I I berg, Starke. ,I i

I and relatives. I ducting a housekeepers school.! was addressed to his mother, Mrs. II. ,
L. Gray, who resides in Gainesville: / : 1'OR SAI.K:-Finp young, black hone i is no other term that can'fully describe
,
Miss Helen Rcinoehl, of Jackson friends Mrs. Martha Sapp and :Miss Lorenn "Somewhere, in England, I about 6 years old, cheap. O. 1) vine, was a recent visitor to Alvarez left Monday for Blackshear, "March 20, 191H. win, Ijiwtey. 4122t.I

" in Starke. I Ga., where they will visit relatives. "Dear .1\lama-llero I am still in !
SPRING MILLINERYThe
England, and now I'm quite anxious to FOR SALE-Desirable. vacant lot two
f Mrs. W. R. Haislop and Miss Annie Mrs. Martha Sapp and Miss Lorena continue our journey, for I'm sure hundred by one hundred feet. Town

: i' Cainey were guests of their sister, Alvarez left Monday for Blackshear, there will be a wagon load< of mail for I of Hampton Flu. O. K. Prince, woman may be thankful that the Govern-
' Mrs. A. L. Alvarez Wednesday. Dade City, Fla. 2-15-121./ I
, I Ga., where they will visit relatives. me when we reach the place we are
ment has not ordered conservation of hats.
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I
. ---- leaded for. Just think, nearly three
:Mrs. J. R. Hodges who has been If you go fishing, you need a little months and not a word from home-! FOR SALE-Porto Rico and Triumph They arc still allowed to adorn the head with
:Mrs. T. L. Z. potato plants and tomato plants, $2
visiting her daughter, camping stove. Come in and let us so much can happen in that time; how. the most beautiful creations of the millineryart.
( Barr, has returned to her home in show you. Starke Hardware Co. ever I'm expecting to hear good news per 1,000. E. Gowin, Hampton, Flu.

at Apalachicola. only. 453t. .
!' :Mr. anti Mrs. Jack Uriggs! of Jacksonville I
letters
last home
t Sugar, 9 cents per pound; tomatoes spent :Monday In town with were"My very brief, and i know, as you you know were, FOR SALK-Ono Ford touring car That is just what we have secured for your

12 cents per can; salt, $1 per Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. disappointed because I failed to givea and 2 good young work horses. Sell inspection, and ask youlto| call and:sce the pattern
at
sack; lard, special at 24 cents, I' at sacrifice price. See Sam Rosen '
full account, in the Tuacania.
;, Cash Department Store. Mrs. I.awr'n'e108e'y: : of Raiford, I was afraid my wayof to say more for- berg, Starke. j' hats nowon display.We .

,) Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson returned has with returned her parents home,, after Mr. and a week's Mrs. J.visit C.- fear my letter would fail to pass the FOR SALK ON CONTRACT-Two only ask a careful inspection. JTlie Roods

Monday afternoon from their Manning. censor. Of course 'ere this you most I|I curs Early: hose No. 4 Irish potatoes will sell themselves.Knight's.
at Jacksonville and likely have read the numerous! letters In barrels.
honeymoon spent new Ready May
i on the East Coast. 11. Clay Crawford, Jr., who belongsto in magazines and papers from some of II 15th. See I D. W. Moor, ThoresHu,
our boys, giving a full account of the
the naval reserve and stationed at Fla. 3-29-tf.! I
of good cars on the disaster. However, I'm sure you'll be MillinerySTARKE
There are plenty Jacksonville, was M visitor to Starke -
market, but if you want the best call Sunday. quite interested 1 to have me tell about FOR! SAI.K.:-One Mil'k mare mul'J; !
at the Briscoe Sales & Service Com- my .little experience or big 'xp..ril'nlu : years old'; weight nl/o'it UOO) pound* ;

pany and buy a BrUcoe.D. Sergeant W. M. Wainwright, of you like. work anywhere. W.ll; hell or trail FLORIDA
Johnston, : spending several "Well the beginning of thin wasFeb. i for horse or smn'ler' mul 11.
W. Moore, a prosperous' farmerof Satur- days Camp in Starka\ with* his parent: :Mr. 5th, at 5:30: p. m. I am not of a Alvarez. ,--tMkl !)W'I
Theressa, was in t n\r. last nervous or excitable nature, but when
and Mrs. N. 1) \\'ainwl'iCht..1lrs. \ -- --
of cabbage,
day with a wagon load wf were struck every light went out, OOlYI'\H! : SKCONIJS.: : : I
onions. and. believe me, I wn ready to off j
and get
beans .\ O. L. Nash left Monday for I am now handling\ the splendid| | line -!- .+ +>
that mking boat right now, though I
hat Jacksonville, on a visit! to( her husband of Goodyear: \ sP'on,11 fit the prices
and summer hall wait patiently 3 hours
spring to nearly
call For at your Stump's store. Large line who is employed, in that city. -and my lifeboat still hadn't corm quoted be-low. These tires nrp practically It HAR 'WEAR 'Hl
as good,) as the higher pricedtires
now on display. down. There were Fiil.rmn.: inn destroyers I
Private N. W-mwright, Jr., and once you have used them
with and after rockets .
II'; sending -
Rawson Davis, of Jacksonville, wasa came over from Camp ,'ohnston and and signals and searching up for subs) you will never! buy other than seconds. .

visitor to Starke Sunday, at the spent Sunday with his. parents, Mr. by dropping depth l.omln we succeeded Size Plain Noii-Skid Tuhi'HnixT i
home of his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. N. U. Wainwrlght.: in getting the suLtnarlne.I I 10.75 $1200 $-1.\1)\ "Hard Wear" naturally suggests itself when you i

R. Davis.! I "They came to our rescue and those 80x314 $12.75t.75 $1.10 Z think of Hardware .
Messrs. A. B. Shaw end J. C. demons 31x4 I J1775 81900 l! $\.'>1
Time to boy that new spring top- of Brooker, were business visitors that hadn't gotten off in, life bonts I .J2,,:1'.:. fiioo I si.r oo $') tr! : "Hard Wear" is what you expect to give any article :
Starke Monday. were taken on them. I slid down tho 'Mx4 :*l I8.Dl( 0 *:2I.15/ $.' 15 : bought ata hardware
piece. See Sternberg. to I rep at 8:"0, off the wrecked: 1 boat, and store. i
8TARKK: Vri.rAMXINf: : WORK
in lens than an hour later the bout : And that's just what we GUARANTEE from
promi-! Starke. 1'la.COMPARISON. every
M. :M. Fryer and daughter L. II. Hill, one of Lnwtey's Z
Rev.
made its farewell plunge. .It was leaning :

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bought of
Sunday in Cedar Keys, Rev. nent business men, was transacting us. .
spent Fryer filling his regular appointmentat business in Starke Tuesday.A I ( loudly' before were 3,300 I depart'd."There men .on board. t;+++++n +M+++++++++++++++ i Our edge tools are made of the finest tempered steel :

that place. complete line of Warner's Rust'' This was our thirteenth day! at sea and! | t : Wooden articles are of the strongest and most suitable :

H. L. Gray, Miss Ot- Proof corsets at Sternberg's. I we expected to land the following day : timber. :
and :Mrs.
Mr. I however, we landed a day sooner utB } \\'.- IN V'l'rr rrmparUon. both !
tie Gmv, Pr :Morrison, Henry Gray : In short, we sell hardware that GUARAN- :
than headed 1 you we
little Miss VirruM: Dale, of G. W. SnelhcrovC'lurn'd Frld.iyfrom nearer point we were ; | ..s to price anti .Iwllily. ,., our | |
t
and the northern for. My boat landed about 12:30: that choke line of TEE to stand HARD WEAR. :
Gainesville, motored to Starke Sunday a business trip uver :=
of the state. I night. : Anything from tack :
a to tractor.
part a
afternoon. I I I "No, I didn't get! real: homesick whdi- :$: GROCERIESI .

Avery-G. PoweM, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. (.uigley an.| P'I', out at sell (I'.' ). Wo were nil scattered +; You need thrm-- RMUI havethem. t LOWEST PRICES T
Ifor 1 several oeforo could\ getj
days we
Times-Union, A. Scott motored to Hampton Tues- .
j
representing the Florida (I I 1
was a visitor to Callahan yesterday, day. I j.I together in again.'li not losing more were men.very There fortunate | After comparing our g<>""
having come here in the merest of that to. mighty fine fellows in thni prices' with others. when you .
I E. Cano\a visitor: are some
Mr. E. was u
publication. Avery U an old newspa-with, Sanderson Friday. I i I bunch. The los in m/ company was i I| I K ()\\'tywetllv no '"a't! i i
a
meets Starke Fla.
and always :
per man members of the ', very small, and, NI' teal! that we have I : : MIKE'S FRUIT ,
ready welcome among all. t .
I lot" to br thankful for, Ider
fraternity.-Nassau Coun- : K. 1 4..p'4. es-t5 it !.. bd a.Fi + "' ''N''''''. rl"
newspaper ] "So far everything has been O. IlillHIIKMI++++++i+++++
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i i 1'.SGE "unaIIE1J.Un in the near of cake and fruit punchwere on this occasion wera Misses Olga ?
for France freshments
leave
if to
attended'tobUltlnt'Hs Messrs.: Tommie Hewitt and Purvis !peels served. Thelma Ward and Eunice Hazer. ,,
() !SCHOOL DISTRICT Mr. George Wainwright :Mott of Lake Butler, made a short future. Messrs.\ Harley H: zen, Tom l!"
r IIELO KLKC1IOX; : SATURDAY in Starke Monday. visit here Friday afternoonRev. I Mr. and Mrs. G.J.. Colson and son, a'I..mollsA ; Roland Anderson and, John Pinhm" ,
r the J. L I
Mr.: JIm Williams visited ] filled his Keb-sie. motored to Worthington Sunday but pretty wedding occurred interesting
Yurber, of ;Melrose, quiet Severn! games wer." ;
Ilcllbronn, April 17.-Tbs pupularity Furmeriter home Sunday last regular appointment. here at the Bap- afternoon at the home of .'11'. and Mrs. J. E. ed and music was furnished' !II .'
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of Drew lc Jdish c-ardid-'ce for Mr. IloU. < Cone, who is farming: lint church last nV-t Saturday and Mr.- W. S. Nubb and children Willie
county commissioner, in this ]locality in the Vanderbilt section, was in ourburg Sunday We also hud with us Rev. ;Mae)' and Dogan, Mr. and Mrs. L.Johns at :a o'clock when their youngest Any news handed the 1',11'1'1'<''

was clearly demonstrated Saturday lust Monday. Wilkinson Burke, evangelist ,cowboy who delivered and Mrs. L, Morgan and children daughter, !Miss Coy, and Mr. Roy will be appreciated, and pleasr .
when he was re-elected} a trustee in I Friends of Prof., who E.V.was railed to an interesting sermon on Saturday attended rally lay at old Bradford Gay, of Providence, were joined in in ""lime to lie mailed in Tue\ y. t
his home school without a dissenting our ]Into principal and Sunday evening. Our pastor last Sunday. holy wedlock by Notary Wilshire
V+ vote; the other members of the bourd I I I the colors short time he is u (seriously o,will learnwith ill announced that or. his next regular .Mr. Hubert Rouse, of New River, Brooks, of 1'rovidence. Only a few mail.

I being also retained in office( by a ma- regret that His appointment, which will be the first I was in our town last' Sunday.Mr. near relatives were present on this occasion. -
of pneumonia.
jority vote notwithstanding the fact from an attack notified by telegram last Saturday and Sunday in May, he : and Mrs. E. J. Ward and twodaughters LEMON JUICE IS

that other portion.; of the district parents.wore trust that he soon would preach a "mem'a'ial sermon" on I Olga and Ouaritu, motored They have a host of friends here and I FRECKLE
week may REMOVER
and we
were entitled to one trustee We pre. I Saturday and a ''Motuer's sermon" on j I Worthington/ Sunday afternoon. elsewhere) who wish for them much j
v Hume thai it was d|<"-mcd expedient to. recover. Sunday. Everybody requested to be Messrs. G. W. and l T. C. Hazen, H. happiness. They left immediately\ af-1" -
have Davis and Enterprise schools i Miss Eva Reddish and I ether Bryant present and wear a white /flower on I P. Gainey and L. Morgan spent Sunday tpr the ceremony! for their home near
combined" as has been already agreed of Lawtcy, accompanied Miss Susie Sunday, which "Mothers'; )Hay" in I1a tjng!<. Providence Girls, Make This Cheap Beauty
upon before changing the Kituation. As Siipp home from church Sunday.Mr. Messrs. Lonnie Farntll and nrewSummel's I Mr. Tom Baxter, of Jacksonville, Lotion to Clear and
Circle meets
MesiirB. Green. Reddish and Parmen- and Mrs. KlUha W. Hosier, of are having a severe case of spent last week-end with his parents, The Woodmen afternoon'Kat every
ter are both efficient and impartial itsnnnagenrent Hosier, attended services here Saturday first find third Saturday Whiten Your Skin.
t the mumps this week Mr. and Mrs\ J. D.) Bnxter. is
o'clock. Next one
I U:30() Saturday
could not be better placed evening.
) / Mr. und Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent --
Messrs. Norris, 1'urnell and Horn
than with these gentlemen.Mr. I Rufus Reddish and Mian.! :Mabel Carter of the regular meetings and every
Hollingsworth and Misses Eva and Saturday and Sunday near Worthington Squeeze the juice of \iiwo Icmoi
Lnnkkfotfl ; member is requested to be present at
Kllery Sapp nnd :Miss Gladys: and :Mrs. :Miimlp were
.
Bessie Farnell and Freedn Tompkins with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. T, Osteen.P. time. to a bottle containing three o\i\
Hicks/ were among the pleasure riders car riding Sunday afternoon. I M. Barefoot in Jacksonville thin white shake well, and
in this Sunday Messrs.\ Schellie Hosier and Dclbert of Ellisville, attended Sunday school I ; vas Rev. S. S. Proctor, of Lake! Butler, of orchard ,
place here Sunday afternoon last Friday. here have a quarter pint of the bent t'rle
fill his
here will regular appointment
Sapp, of Roster, were prospecting
)
! t1 Messrs. Carl and Volley ;McKinney! Sunday and report business brief and : Kev. Brittain, of Lake City, filled I :Messrs. G.V.. J fawn, L. :Morgan nt Missionary: Baptist church next and! tan lotion and comph .
x of Sampson City, were pleasantly entertained and J. J. :Morgan were visitors to invited beautifier at very, very unall <:o
MiMHOS Emmie and.! Mae nothin' doin". i his regular/ appointment at Olustee ]I Saturday and Sundjy. All lire -
f by Mr.\ 1) hitch Green; of Starke was church last Saturday and Sunday. lie ;Mirnmipy last Wednosdav.Mi to attend these :services Your grocer has the lemons aid.
' suiting J'aulerson in n at stroll their to homes tin spring Sunday! in the re- III:.. our: midst: niu.. I:uttr: ..r par t o;,: 'a st I' P r.rn".h..1 a vet Y truchinq memorial I !-> srn.: ''s. V. Andrpu: -and-- J; E. demons iI r', an d .,..T...s, .r,'i. 1., (",.'n v.w".h.. ..n.1..... ,,.hL..;..- ..li., "' afternoon. week. 'I' sermon) Sunday morning to a largecongregation I were visitors i ;; to WorthingtonThursday I dit'n attended! the services nt old Bradford ply three ounces of orchard whit
and announced that on evening. I last Sunday.Sunday n few cents. Massage: this -m
Messrs. James Hosier, Hob Crawford At the request of some of our neighborhood .
Sunday of his next "regular\ appointment Mr. and :Mrs., L. Hodge and littleId.iughter I fragrant lotion into the face
/ Neal Davis and Jas. Gaskins, off lmy and for the benefit of school] every Sunday morning -
Alligator Creek, were attending tow llvnnie Crosby, of Hrookor who seems he would preach a ":"Mothers'I :Mildred, accompanied by nt the Baptist church at 10 o'clock arms and! hands each day and see

'business here last Saturday. I somewhat partial towards: having his Sermon." I I :Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., and :Miss instead of 10:30: and at :3:30! : at the freckles and blemishes disoppea.

!4 Masters: Paul and Lrssic Lipphum, car adorned with Rubies' and Rose. in :MOTOR! CAR) JI'.MPS, :-; -TRACK- : : 1 I I Thelma Ward, spent Saturday and i Free Will Baptist i church Sunday af how clear, soft and white tho skir.
of Crepe, who are spending the Hum I those,, parts occasionally (while the Sunday in Jacksonville.G. : ternoon. Let everyone get more in- comes in a little while.] Yes! ii
mer with their cousin Geo. Wainright, first mentioned, !Joys have no car) will LAKOKKK \IILY) INJURED I t 1:. Colson made a quick trip to U'lystecl in the Sunday schools. harmless.-Adv. i .

'.. ' of this place, have placed their order mention that in this vicinity there is a Worthington, / Saturday night) Remember the services" at the FreeWill
, ,I for n Ford car that they may bo equal I rare curiosity in connection with a Brooker, April 17.-Last Tuesday | )Or. L. L. Lamb and family, of Cit Baptist church next! Sunday afternoon For Indigestion Constipation or
!'' to the occasion on Sundays.Mr. family in that every child, of which morning !FCT, :Section: Foreman rn, spent last weekend with their at :'J clock by Rev. :M. A. BiliousnessJust

\,' Johnnie Parmeriter was looking there are several begin their names Barefoot had! a derailment with his I dallll'htel'I's; U. 11. Johns. They were Wondard, of Jukin, la.Koadmaster try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
d M / e after personal interests in Lawtey one with (the same letter, and needless to motor car. The car jumped' the track accompanied home I"yII'R. Johns, who | Bryan was here shaking WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid DitIJ! IJ.,
; II' Saturday afternoon. way the old folks! take active part in I th'owinlohim and Reuben i'yal. a la-I will spend a few days with them ut j hands with friends, last Tuesday.Mr. Laxative pleasant to take. Made 11">
\\'. C.' demons and Lewis Raulerson BeeiiiK that each addition to the CamilypOIlSl'SI borer, from the car. About the their home in ('itra.Announcements | [ and :Mrs' G, U. Colson entertained recommended to the public by Paris !.I"II''
a. transacted business in Starktt Tues < this peculiar distinction. For injury Foreman Barefoot received was hive been received 11 few of the young folks at asocial cine Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bn. n .
day. example' will state the case of Robert a sprained, left wrist, hut Dyul suffered I here of the birth of a son at the homeof I last Friday night. Those present Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Turn
f about his head. A
v :Mr. Jas.' II. Wuinright wan taken Mills the candy kitchen man. whoso a serious injury ;Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Hurleson] of
i seriously ill Sunday night with u malady popularity in this home seemed un- physician, was immediately) summonedand Battle Creek :Mich. Mrs.\ Burleson I
r from which he has been affected challenKod as long as it was thought it was advised that he be takento will lie remembered here ns :Miss Th.II1U ..!- ESTABLISHED 1886

r for the past few years. Dr. Will his name begun with this mystic St. Luke's hospital Jacksonville, Malphurs' and has many friends, |I J. R. DAVIS & CO.
where he will undergo( an operation. '
i M attending him, and his brother chaim letter and it was not until he who extend congratulations,
(lY' Wade, who is with the colors, has been became familiarly known as "Bob" At the last hearing he was doing as :Mrs. Louise Dubose of High Springs I' 'INSURANCE
' wired) to coma and is expected short (and lost u barrel of fruit and candy/ ) well as could be expected.' The cause is visiting friends and! relatives here.
of the car leaving the track was not Fire, Tormilti Accident Automobile! liability PlaleGlass. Steam B oiler, Barglarj, Bonds
, that his recognition vanished. Now
ly. We trust that he may have u Mr. and Mrs A. C. Witt nnd little
l J' speedy recovery. Bennie, consider seriously if your determined. sons, Bishop, Ellery and Glen occom-t I STARKE, FLORIDAMcCALL'S '

v, ,i. I' IVTrM Viola !Sweats eat !'!..n.lnu,,,. with name is not Rainbow Ben RobertsPriceA Dunked; hv .1.. '\I. .. MnlnhurH... _
p "" - - -
\, ;, t Mrs.\, : : Annie Leah; Uavis.Mr. Mr. W. K. Norman made a business quiet wedding. took place at the I i tractive daughters/ Jonnie and Josie?I, '!' '
' f I trip to Ha i ford T ' Krooker: bridge lust Sunday afternoon
!;day. of Bland, motored over to our town
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: Arch Crews and wife and little
when Mr.: Perman P.oberts and Miss
. ( Rubin Mac, of Alachua county, are (..n\\i: ()TEGl'llhllm :-;. Clara Price, of Graham, were joined' I Sunday and were guests! nt the
k't" stopping over at the Lewis Rnulerson together in the holy bonds of matri j home of D Malphurs.: MAGAZINEFor

home for a few days. April 17.-:Mr. J. II. Davis mony. Rev. G. W. Larramore, of Mr. Halbrook, of Santa Fe, was a
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I :Mr. Perry Wainright Yellow Water 1 is very sick at this writing. We wish thin! place, performed the ceremony. visitor here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
was visiting relatives in this him u speedy recovery. We wish them much happiness and : Sadie Spencer has returned to I April
neighborhood, the latter part of lust Messrs. Jesse Ogden und, PermanRoberts prosperity.Mr. her home at Uaytona, after a pleasant -

1.., week and wlrile here was a visitor at motored ever to Gainesville Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe, was visit with friends and relatives wakes dozens of d
the homo of !Miss Inez Haislop, of Wednesday. the guest of :Miss Ruby Crosby last here. e-

Rising. The singing school! is progressing/ : Sunday afternoon Dr. G. II. Curefoot, accompanied by lightful suggestions
Rev. L. A. Donnelly filled his regu nicely under the management of Mr. :Messrs. .Ino. Shriver and, 1. B. Col- R. T. Taylor, of Worthington, were to
,. here on business Tuesday night. many of which will ex
appointment at this place Saturday Leon Cunningham/ son were in Starke lust Thursday af
and Sunday urnl was accompanied' DL', ternoon. Mr. Hammond Lynn, of. near this 1
Chesley Fogg and family visited I11' t :7If .C actly fit nto your Spring
tt: home Sunday afternoon by !Mr. J. S. relatives at Kurlcton; loach Sun :\ and, Mrs. J. I), Baxter and place) was u business visitor to Ala 1 I ( ,;. ,

r Norman and Levy Forsyth in ;Mr. day. dnuA'htel'llss; I'dnan',1: son, Walter chua Saturday.Mr. , MY- wardrobe. McCall Pat.

b, Norman's car. Mr. Jesse ISyrd, wife and children, were in Worthington last Sunday and\ :Mrs. E. B. Andrea, Sr., and terns-show exactly how I
Dl r. Tea by 'Vninl'il'htho' operatesa of Louise! attended church here Sun- afternoon. son, Ray wore p"'usllnt'isitors to i f'i
model farm here, with which his Little H. IX Surrency has been quiteill Cooter Pond last Sunday afternoon. I I11' { I ; to carry them out to the j
brother, N. I D, Wainwright, of Starke, day.Mr.: I'ermun Roberts nude a business for the past few d iys. :\ and 1 Mrs. Barney Cone, of Rai- I ''i best ..
is connected, states that upon finding) trip to Starke' Friday afternoon. Miss Pearl Reeves, of Providence, ford, shout| Sunday with the former's ,, j i :lroT possible advantage. !
p us many ns three boll weevils to the :Mr. Andrew N'immo, of .Hampton spent Sunday here us the guest of mother, :Mrs., I L. C,ine.
: ; l .stalk in his young cotton, he converted was here Sunday) at the bedside of Mr. her cousin, Miss Pearl Lewis. ;Miss Van Cone, who has spent the II Sw
fame into a field of "eat and, grow J. It. Davis. III ell"1'8, Louis Thomas and Roland last two weeks with her brother in ', 1 McCALL PATTERNS -

li 's fat" corn and JI.'lInutss these pests Mr. Hans Howling, of Waldo, was a Anderson and MUs''S. Elizabeth Lowe Raiford, returned home Sunday. I'
; t ks destroy! the tender! bud of the plant, visitor here Saturday and Mamie Scott, of Cooler Pond, Lamar Lew i+ Celebrates Birthday .

MI t ) thus making( the production of cotton Mr. Godwin and wife, of Waldo, passed, through here Sunday after Little Lamar Lewis entertained a : /},
u diflieult task, if not impossible, it were here, Sunday on a visit with noon. number of his little friends at a birth
might be, well for us to plant corn or friends.! Mr.\ and 1II'svln! :McKinney, of day party April :'Srd, celebrating] his !l to1F

I] some other crop in connection with Hev. Tison, of Welborn, i is visiting Louise, were here Thursday after sixth birthday. Th sc who were pres- For April
cotton during the planting "" 'IUlOn. us friends here for ;> few days. noon. ent on this happy occasion were, Roy
the weevil may appear in some of our .Mr4\ N. I 1). Jones und wife! visited Mr. Earnie Dowling: and! Miss Cleone and Willie Forsyth, Drasdel and Mildred -
fields too Inte for further planting and their daughter, Mrs. Luther Hall, tit Moore of Hampton gassed through Lewis<, Stell.i)) Mae and Florence Now Sale
L still be in time for the Ward Leland Litchfield Elma and on
1t destruction oft Humpton Sunday.Mr. here last Sunday nttej-noon. I| X>TM* san ,
,v.p 1 the entire cotton crop. Perman Roberts and :Miss Clara Mr.\ E. J. Ward,), of Neala] spent Ortho Matheny, Howard Mott and Skirt exert ease sill
, Mr.! J. G. Crews brought Mrs. Carrie Price were married Sunday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday here with his Woodrow Shaw. j i
Crews to spend,! u while with her their whereabouts at this writing not family.J. Those who assisted! :Mrs. Lewis in entertaining THE McCALL COMPANYNew
nick brother, James the earlier part being known. L. Shriver of Camp Johnston the littV! ones were, Mrs.
j:' of this week. ;Miss Bertha Sloan, of Sampson City spent Sunday here with his parents, C. F. Litchfield, Mrs. :\Iathen). Mrs. York San Francisco Atlanta
( P Mr. Clyda Carmichael is reported Is attending the music school here Mr. nnd Mrs. Jno Shriver. lIe ex- ,I 1\. D, Shaw and Miss Pearl! Lewis. Re Chicago Boston Toronto

a as having! nervo'is prostration at taught by Miss Sarah Vickers. .
-..: church Saturday night. Yes Russell lev.! Riggs, of Ktarkc. f filled his appointment -- --- - - - -
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r. knows why. here Saturday and Sunday. _ _... _.. ..... --.- _ .CfI I _ _ -W-- -_- ...
;.\ I Miss Leoniu Crews nnd brother, of delivering very interesting sermons.
f; "..fir I Saxton, dined at the G. W. Wudnf Mr. Karnie: Howling/ of Waldo, was N. T. RITCH, Pre W. T< WEEKS Vice-Pres. J. H RITCH, Casiher
right home Sunday after church. a business visitor. here Thursday.
i I' Prof. I,. A. Davis attended to business Misses Cleone Moore and Bessie

t Jacksonville/ Saturday. Jones of Hampton, attended the Sabbath Bradford
T. L Wainwright and! little son, Bill school here Sunday afternoon.Mr. County Bank

made n trip to Starke Tuesday.A C. B. Roberts and wife visited

party of pleasure seekers consisting their son, Roy, at New River Sun .
of the following young people motored day.( ESTABLISHED 1889
to Sund.iy school Sunday afternoon Mr. II. I H. Wasdi'i made a business:
,; : Messrs. Hen Crosby, Larfs Cle- trip to Lake Butler Saturday.The Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE

mons and Curtis Melvin. of Brooker farmers! union met again Saturday -
c'' and Misses) Hattie, and Nettie Robinson i evening) with quite a few in FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
' and! Ruby and Rose: demons. of attendance. After going through' with

I this place. their business minors, there were admitted -
Mr. A. A. Wainwright has accepted several new members. A de-

f responsible! position as inspector for licious course was served, consistingof
!, the American Lumber & Tie Co., of chicken pilau, light bread and pickles ,
Jacksonville, and entered! upon his job ,
I( Tuesday. Realizing the great talented --.-- -
a q! mind,! which he possesses. for development PKOVIDKMCK: : NEWS XoTES. When you hunt for efticiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.

r along this line we are quite You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.
of his Providence, April 17.-Messrn.\ Pur
sure success in connection with
.. the work vis Mott: and Ike Nettles and Misses The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking

o Mr. and :Mrs Kirby Crews and sisrJ. Maud Fralick and Nita Blair motoredover business.
.. : ter, Fannie, and little dauIIhterlad.: to !Ft. White on a Joy ride Sunday
'' adline, Vanderbilt, attended church afternoon.Mrs. We'have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important -

'' hero Sunday. Joiner and little son, Oscar, of i HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS.

. Mrs. L. L. Sapp spent the earlier Alachua, are visiting; her dai ghter
Your deposited in this bank not only works for
money and
f part of this week here the guest of :Mrs. H. C. Witt, this week. you day night, but owing
relatives.Mr. Mr. and) Mrs. W. L. Blair visited the to our experience, it is SAFE.

M. D. Carter's tar broke down at latter' father, :Mr. S, M. Carver, of Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable
,
church Saturday night and! had to be Lake butler last Tuccdaj. papers.
: carried to Stnrko for repairs the next Messrs.[ Dewey Fralick and Leonard
day. Summers made a trip to Ft White Condensed statement of the condition at close of business Dec. 31st 1917.
Sweat Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,
Mr. Levy was shopping in
i our burg Tuesday afternoon. D. C. Williams attended the
RESOURCES
1 Rev J. E. J. Wainwright, formerly meeting Oak Grove Sunday. LIABILITIESLoans
'Of this place but now residing in Du- Messrs. Purvis Mott and Dan Johnson and Discounts 145924.96
val county is to be ordained at Evergreen : of Lake Butler wfjttl(qfTfftfff; Capital Stock paid $25.000.00
church the fourth Sunday in this Don, of Lake Butler were pleasant callers United States and Municipal Bonds 14,341.00 Surplus fundUndivided 10:500:00: :

month, and quite- number of his here Thursday evening. Claims and Other Resources 16,186.98
friends anticipate witnessing the or- Messrs. Granville Clark, Norris profit, I less expenses paid 1,680.40
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 19,500.00
dtmtion'! and pray that God-speed be Farnell and Clyde Bailey, of Ellisville, Deposits 390841.93
with him in connection with his ministerial visited our little burg Saturday evenIng All other Real Estate owned 7231.61 ,

wcrk.Mesdames Over-drafts, secured and unsecured I 337.68
Sarah Alvarez and Susan Messrs. Dewey ard Emor Fralick
Cash Hand and in Banks
on 223,818,10
t Sapp visited Mrs. :Maud Wainwright and Leonard Summers made a trip to
'k the first of this week. Lake City Saturday. TOTAL "-"-'
Mr. 1). W. Reddish nnd family were Mr. Ike Nettles passed! through here TOTAL $428.022.33 $428,022.33

on the sick' list last week. Sunday afternoon on hit way to

Mrs. Ellis demons and children ikesvillo. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
Idel and E. H. Jr., of Brooker were Mr. A. L. Driggcrs, one of our pop ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE INVESTIGATION.

visiting Mrs. :Mary ;Mott the latter ular merchants here, mad" a business .....1\tItio---
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The Boys : of This Community?

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And,remember these are our boys; those who are
Our boys,the boys from this town and this county
and this state; are fighting the Huns. They are in near and dear to us. They are doing their ALL.
the trenches in France, they are sailing the U-boat- They are giving their ALL. They are prepared to
infested seas, they are going "over the top" in the make the extreme sacrifice that our homes, our town,
face of German cannon and machine gun fire. QUT nation, may escape the ravages of the Hun.

l\tlanymany more of our boys are now training and We want them-one and allto come back -
,and more are yet to be called. to us-
will soon be in France ,

Will You Help to Bring


Them Back ?


Compared to their heroic sacrifice our part is but
Will help to provide them with the things
you
need, with clothes and food and munitions, that small-that of providing the funds to keep them
they complete as quickly as possible the terrible equipped; to build and man the ships that will trans.
task they may assigned to them? port their food, their clothes, their guns and their
ammunition and to pay for these things.
Will support our boys while they are fighting
you
the German autocracy that seeks to Yes we, the people of this community, will sup
for us, fighting
destroy our ideals of liberty and justice? port our boys.


We will do it by buying bonds of the Third Liberty Loan; by buying all

these bonds we can; by making such sacrifices as are necessaryto

do this. That will be our support for Our Boys.


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i ... i WWCOUNTY -R 3v&3VD s/d l vb s i.. I sistance at the time of farrowing' ter day this year. If farmers cannot Drives Out Malaria Builds Up SystemThe

l I should be at hand if needed, but the agree on the date let each make his Old Standard ..eDrr.1 mttraafbtnlaf tonic

AGENTS' REPORTS sow need not be helped if she is getting I own date for observance. The plan is M.l GROVK'.ri..enrlche.theblood..nabulld.upthe.ylea. TAbTK IKsaebill TONIC.du..out"

along well. When the afterbirth too good to be defeated by lack of w true took. For adulu and tbildrca. 60t

4-H'H'H+844444.4444'3.H+t->> is passed it should be removed I agreement. I

Walton i i from the pen at once and burned or -- The U. S. FoodAdministration Il
County: Every farmer in buried. HOARDING IS INTOLERABLEWhile
this section is doing his best to produce .
I After farrowing, the sow should '
all the food he this
crops can
have nothing but water and a little the nationaal food administration ilti
;year, and is using as little as possible 111
1 BO that none will be wasted. thin slop for the first day. The feed- is pointing out the unfairnessof
Santa Rosa Ing for the first three or four days hoarding foods, the University of

are being made County a specialty: Home through-gardens should be light, and the time consumed Florida extension calls atention to a --.0. IY ii Ifii Ii Requests that you save wheat ,1,

the in geting the sow on full feed kind of hoarding that might prove I "
lub cat members county.are Plot in fine planted condition.by should be from a week to ten days, equally disastrous-that of hoarding J. W WIIITE & SOX" and help win the war tiThe

Pinella depending on the condition of the the essentials for producing food. It "The Central Store

planting County: farmers are sow and the size and thrift of the In generally agreed that the seed STARKE FLORIDA. Ij
cotton in this
for the I
county .
t litter. It takes plenty of sow's milk shortage is the worst this country
I
j. tint time in
15 20
or years. They are W. F. BARTLETT.Oakfield Calumet 1jj 1jjdO 1 1I 1I
I ". also planting more food crops than to make healthy, growing pigs If has ever experienced and the supplyof 10 1917.
Ga., May ,
ever before. This county has been the pigs begin to scour, feed! the sow fertilizers is far below normal.It .
p" less and give her plenty of strong! is essential that both these itemsbe Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., /
given\ over to fruit raising in the 1.llj
\ past. limewaterIt used efficiently. No more shouldbe Paducah, Xy.
Powder
Lake is that the little ordered than is necessary, and Gentlemen: I Baking '
County: Citrus has set well very necessary Please allow me to state that I have :
excepting grape fruit, which has not pigs have all the sunlight that can be where an over supply Is already on for
sold hog cholera remedy one
thrown much bloom. given them. U hand make it known so that others your I I
A
severe hailstorm possible, provide .
for this
be able to make of it. season and have ordered more .llj
may use
feed These "
roots. keep' the
recently damaged some citrus green or
"iii
Last I sold it to 12 or
Neither is this the time season. year Company .
to
I and melon fields in the northeast sow healthy and cheapen the ration. proper 15 men who raise hogs. I told eachof
try expermental Crops that
of the Encourage the crops.
part county. pigs to eat grain after
them who raise hogs. I told each
t FJagler they are three four weeks old. have been tried in the community so l
County Crop conditions
: or
that their successful culture under to their hogs and if they lost a single this-and in doing so roe Calumet with I
( are generally good. There is an out Build a creep for them so they can I urge
of not
from disease kind
look for a large potato crop-practically feed alone. At this age feed for ordinary conditions is assured should hog any and other flours and practice
be to me a cent for the remedy, but corn coarse ,
the
ones to receive pay
most attention.
I 4,000 acres in cultivation. Thin bone and muscle. Give them all the
) 4" entire acreage will be followed with skim milk you can. If milk is not And these should be food crops. when they began to sell cotton, every true economy in cost-in use-in time.Government 1111 I J I Ii
man came in and paid me for the Ill
I corn and other crops. available, give them some meal and ,
I Madison County: Crops are looking plenty of pasture. In about 8 or 10 If the boy has been made a part medicine and everyone of them told t

t well and farmers are trying hard weeks the pigs will have practically per in the farm business he will be 1 I me that it was the best hog medicine J f

to reduce the food shortage. The oil weaned themselves. After they have found working harder and steadier !1 they ever used. One man paid me for ;i ExpertsSelected j11 j11r [

\; ', mill is making the been successfully weaned the during this period of labor shortage.CORN II'the small) package and bought $5

_______...... .. .'-.1.. necessary,,__ 'L. changes_ _ h..hl. :__ '.L ._ ___._ most -- worth more and said it was the best
""0"'" .u ne '-'1"5' ver.
Y .nu..ng peanu JUU .e "
I P: crop Hamilton for the farmers this year. .I" Hogs never fail to respond to good REPLANTING PATSThe he had ever Yours tried.very truly, calumet; ror I

t and Columbia Counties: care. Kindtreatment always means field that does not produce us W. F. BARTLETT,

r t'Foil'young; weevils cotton are and already the farmers attacking are profits.contentment, with its corresponding it much cannot corn produce as it can a is maximum a loafer.yield But Fla.Sold by J. W. White & Son, Starke, IQ ITi Army and Navy Use I

greatly disturbed over the cotton if the seed planted does not germi- I Iljl

prospects. A satisfactory acreage of OUST THE MONGREL BULL nate. If the first planting is not successful because it means purity in baking powder-
Whenever You Need a aeoeral Tonic
peanuts is being planted; besides the the ljl IIIII IIIIIIr
field
should be
plowed
planting of solid fields, peanuts are lie Retards Advance in Florida'sGreat and replanted. If only occasional up Take Grove's. purity in bakings, and surest results .
an
being planted with corn, beans and Cattle IndustryAn 'hill Is minflincr. VAnTnnt Vm hike This + The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless 1 I
I_ _ft "ftM. - chill Tonic Is equally valuable as a Ir
r V"V" observant the advice of ih--;; University i ;of General Tonic because It contains toe
I I traveler in Florida i is I
I j jIII
1 Alachua County: Albert Zetrouer, impressed by the number of mongrel[ Florida extension division. 1 well known tonic properties of QUININEand Ii IiIli WARTIMERecipe

it pig-club boy who entered his sow bulls running at large wherever If a good stand is not apparent IRON. It acts on the Liver Drive.
and pigs at the State Fair, won seven cattle within ten after out Malaria. Enriches the Blood and
days the first
to be stalks
prizes. Compared with a are seen. They are undersized, there Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. Book '
year ago appear will
probably be
scrawny animals, possessing desirable no i
no
there is III Ili II I'p I'pI
scarcely any cholera in the quality other than their abil good one. A longer wait may be ex

ounty now.Manatee try to get calves-for it is an unfor- pensive. It is suggested that the sec THOROUGH WORK. I Free-send for today

County: Because of unsatisfactory tunate fact that mongrels are often ond planting be made just a little r 4f t

prices for vegetables more prolific than purebreds."We deeper than the first should investigation How Starke Citizens Can Find Free- l -ii

farmers are planting a large corn1' can never hope to build up the show that the top soil has dom From Kidney Troubles.If 1Ij Calumet Powder Co '
/) crop. One man estimated that the cattle industry of Florida until these dried out to the level of the first ll Baking n III ||

acreage planted this yenr is greater undersiruble bulls are eliminated nor planting.
\/1' than the combined acreage for the can we expect burebred bulls to ex- From urinary disorders- II !

: last twenty years. The acreage of ert tiny appreciable influence on the JUKES ITEMS Any curable disease of the kidneys,
spring vegetables is not than Use a tested remedy. .J/III/
more native
30: percent of normal. cattle while they are forced to Dukes, April 11.-ifr. T. A. I'mk- Doan's Kidney Pills have been tested .:5r =- -= -=.. ==-.. c

/.1. ()uva1 County: One farmer reports compete mongrels.with" That large is numbers the condition of these as ston Thursday.Mr.made u.trip over to Lake Butler 4 by thousands. ===- :::..-=:= -==--

the use of Egyptian wheat as a substitute seen by D. II. Watson who is : Grateful people testify. I IW
cooperating J. W-
for wheat flour. Cannon made a trip to Can ask more convincing -
; The grain with the you proofof
University of Jacksonville
\ of the wheat is ground in last Thursday. merit? ,
a large Florida extension I I
/! Land mill and Is said to make_______ fwpfl-_"_H II..... .;.nw.. H n+;"."D. .division in beef cat- 'L Mr. J. S. Howard. of this section, J. S..llnshitw. 401 E. :Main Street.- _.... _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _
) lent bread. A number of Florida cattlemen Iii plowing up nis cotton on the account Gainesville, Fla., says: Ala UU1J"1YICL.17AIYll. TELL
of the boll I
weevil
p Brovard County For the with the idea entering Into "I suffered a lot from a piercingpain
: first time of improving their stock. the buds, us he thinks the
actions
through loins. I also had
in yours there will be cotton have purchased my
n patch one or two purebrl'd'bulls a wise YOUthat
move.
I I| backache and trouble from the
kidney
in
this
About which
county. thirty acres they turned out with The fishermen of this
section secretions. Four boxes of
al'eI Doan's Kidney
have been planted at Indian River several hundred head of -
native
cattle
busily
I engaged in their work. || Pills cured me and I have been
'. City. Castor dean planters report n of which twenty or thirty were Mr. J. C. Ward of Providence section 1 recommending them ever since. I had J to prolong the life of your machine -
poor stand. Since the bulls. At the
seed
end of the
slowly it may be that germinates good rounded up their year stock whenthl'y and was over at Dukes last Tues'I tried many remedies without being C (and possibly your own life)

.', stands will develop soonA stock found only a few calves bearing the day.Miss: Pills.helped" before I used Doan's Kidney you should have it thoroughly inspected -
Annie I'
farm for beef cattle and hogs is be stamp of the purebred blood they McLeod made a trip I occasionally.
f, ing started at Titusville. Hereford were disappointed And over to Lake Butler last Wednesday. Price GO cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply

rattle and Duroc-Jersey hogs are the once that their purebred decided bulls at :Mr. J. C. Ward made a trip to ask for a kidney remedy-get! Whether you are using it to the

breeds chosen. Thirty cows and two worthless. These men failed to were take Jacksonville. last Tuesday.Mr. Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that limit on the road, or often leave it

,F bulls have been shipped in from Geor- I into consideration the fact that their and Mrs. C. A. Scoff made a I cured Mr. Bashuw. Foster-Milburn idle in the garage, you will need
Co.
gia. business trip to Lake Butler last Props., Buffalo N. Y; (41)
good were forced to I
bulls spend most Tudnv, I repairs antwe are thoroughly

Jefferson county: Things are moving ot tneir time fighting the scrubs -Miss"Essie Nesmitb, who has been competent to make them.

1.1 aloag well and this county will while other scrubs served the cows. visiting her sister GOOD TO THE LAST DROP
: As Mrs. Lilly Rogers, Call and let show
make an increase in food production. result of just such conditions of Trenton has returned.Mr. us you the

More hogs, corn, cured meat, better many have formed the opinion that Earl Dukes and Mr. splendifl car we are handling-the
Clunton
gardens and fewer dogs than ever purebred bulls cannot be successfully' Scan made Briscoe. Join the many satisfied
a flying trip to Starke
't before. used on the native stock, and have in MflXWELLHOUSE
the
former's purchasers.
car last
Saturday.
laid it to no other reason than the
Broward
County: Early blight in Miss Eliza Dukes, the daughter of
i tomatoes is quite prevalent and the one just given. Jr. and Mrs. J. R. Dukes
returned
crop will be short. No one who saw the big J.rrowthy home recently after several weeks Briscoe Sales & Service CompanySTARKE
steer, the product of
a native
Leon cow
County The
: tobacco acre- visit at St. Augustine, Fla.
will and a purebred bull shown by the
age be increased
this Peanuts by 100 acres Walkill Farms at the State Fair Mr S. M. Dukes has his grist mil COFFEE FLORIDA
year. and velvet
corn in
beans have been planted Jacksonville, can doubt the value of operation and is daily serving the
on most
farms. the purebred bull in building up the public.
native cattle Florida. Mins! Eliza Harrison and Miss .
Taylor of ffSK YOUR GROCER -------
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Any farmer will be of Worthington,
' been busy distributing seed and money ahead if
More farmers than ever before cans.are he will dispose of his scrub bulls for were seen in this section last Wednesday -

w preparing to can vegetables this beef and use the money to purchase afternoon. .
-' reason. good purebred bulls. If he fee's that COULD HARDLY .
he cannot afford to take SAMPSON '
so decided a CITY. 'I
St. Johns County: One pig-club step, let him sell : 'j
enough scrubs to
,
,i gilt.boy borrowed He fed $11.15 the and bought n enable him to purchse one good. one. Sampson April 15.- Messrs. Davis STAND ALONE

worth gilt about $20 Then let him select thirty to forty of and Geigerberry,: of New River, were
of
feed exhibited her at the his best cows and see that they are visitors here Tuesday. ft "l
county
contest and won a $10 prize. served by his good bull. This hill give Kirby Smith made business Terrible ,
At the State a trip Suffering From Headacie
Fair he
won two $15 ,
to Graham
opportunity to observe the benefits Tuesday. "I)
prizes with the gilt. Last month the of good beef blood and will provide It was quite an agreeable surprise Sideadbe, Backache, and Weakness .

sol4 gilt farrowed with the seven for pigs, which were nucleus for nn improved herd. to the many friends of R. L. Presort Relieved by Cardui, ;

a cash income sow of $190 from$150, making Should he still! feel tht he cannot of Valdosta son of Mr. and Mrs. Say This Texa Lady.
one pig afford S'.
in less than a more purebred bulls, ho can J. I'rescot, to learn that he had -
Putnam year- save the best male calves from these been promoted General Superinten- \ __
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le County; Some potatoes selected cows for use on the rest ofThere I Ibis dent of the V. :M.\ & W. Railroad. Gonzalett Tex.- Mrs llnnl PhilMt. zs

have.been dug. Some growers report natlv.. ...n", .,,., :\Jr_ Pr ... ... .Id. "'An.. .___..._. ,_ ,,__ . t>l thlA y,!"".. ..-.1.... .."" __ ____ _
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k a a price yield 01 of $9 ia a mirrt'is barrel to for the No.acre 1', and has are still a few good pure- 1---- county, and we wish him every ago I was taken with; a rain la my
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bred bull for ,
been secured. sale in the State at ucress.Mi left side. It was right under my

( ----.- rt-usonahle prices, and those who )get ** Bertha Sloan is visiting rclaves left rib. It would commence with an

C.UI'Ol SOW AND PIGS them will be taking a big ride t toward I in Graham this week. aching and extend tip Into my left ,

improving their. beef cuttlr1.DISPOSE Messrs. E. F. llardee, A. K. Smith shoulder and on down into my back.
-- and Mr.
Preparedness at Farrowing Time : : OF I Boyd made a business trip By-- that time the
USELESS ROOSTERSJust to New. River painrould be so
Prevents Friday.
Fxceshivc Losses
I :Miss severe I would have to take to ted,
Violet
,. as soon as enough fertile inapman spent Tuesday and suffered
eggs usually about three
Farmers who intelligently feed and for hatching have been laid, kill the in Palatka. ..I days The
suffered
I this for Harrison
care for their pregnant sows so as roosters or sell them on the market. Mrs. E. F. llardee and children returned way three years, "Ten"Not
not to overload them with fat, but instead They have served their To home Wednesday, after a and got to be a mere skeleton and was I
purpose. so weak I could
give them feed for the pleasant visit with hardly stand alone.
develop keep them longer I is relatives in
( not economical. Was not able to
go anywhere and bad
111 ment of bone and muscles or on the They eat lots of ft>eJ and make no Therossa. to let my house work go. ..1 suffered a new model, but a way to

right road toward the production of return. :Mr.\ :Marcus Gay, of Jasper, Fla., awful with a pain in DIY back and I keep your car always looking

strong healthy litters says the University Contrary to what was once visited his sister, Mrs. Kirby Smith, had the headache all the time. I just new

of Florida extension division. opinion the rooster has no favor.popular one day last week. was unable to do( a thing. My life HARRISONS

_ft..Two... .1._weeks..'.' 1._,_ before_._,._.. L... farrowing_ the able effect on dairy ewe nrcxiurtinn., Mr. Roy. Roberts of.. near StarVe, _was ma..1 a ftA.M misery, my__stoma'n_ ;_ got.In_ ,an .
1,j DU "uuuu '" I tO a rarrowinjt says the University of ;u was n visitor here rriiiay.. n.w. LVUU'UUU. w.mcu trom t'Ung
pen, so that she will become acquaint tension division. Florida I ex :Mr. Henry Carter visited relatives I I so much medlcliio. I suffered BO much Carriage & Auto Paint
Keeping, ,
too paJn. I had
ed and contented in her new many in Raiford Just about given vi all
quar roosters will Saturday and
ter... The actually decrease egg Sunday hopes of our getting anything to help Produces a beautiful color and
pen should be dry. Provide production. Eggs that must be kept :Mr. J. I n. Swain was here on buslne..s me. varnish coat In one operation
i j
the pen with a guardrail made of for one day last Easily applied-dries .
a few days or oM 1 fop storage week. One day a Birthday Almanac quickly
2-i-inch planks set H inches from the should be infertile. They will remain I Messrs.: J. H. Harrison, S. Snsaer thrown In my yard. After reading was The "ten" fiaithe arc shown

wall and 8 inches from the floor to /fit for use much longer a desirable anti E. F. Hardee were in Starke on Its testimonials 1 decided. to try Car. Alto good for on the color card

prevent the sow from crushing the quality in the storage Saturday. dul, and am so thankful that I did, Carriagu

pigs against the wall. Use only a Some poultry raisers egg. observed I .'r-----C--_ for I began to Improve when on) the A. coat of "Clear" once or twice a year keeps the finish

small quantity of bedding; leaves are rooster day last year at which The University of Florida experiment second bottle. .I am now a well in fine shape

preferable. See that theiOW; has thry disposed of their time station has determined by experiment woman and feeling fine and the cure
uncles STARKE
plenty of fresh water.It birds. It would be male that as much as 15 percent has been permanent for It has been HARDWARE CO. .
a good plan for two
to the peanut meal can be years since my awful bad health.
pays keep sow quret. fed to fattening
As1YeSi every community to observe I will always
a roos hogs without praise and recommend I
I making soft pork. Cardui. Try Cardui today. E: 78 c: ',"; .if'i :" 1jJJJ! :: acykjao6i. W ")
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tie Bumble Bee island referred to is I The weekly cottage prayer meeting | chnneery In favor nf Jam.. II. Mllllenn. complalnanl -

: Live State News on the coast on the lower part of Lafayette Government Asks the Farmers ot Todayto was hold m Monday! evening' at the 1'hillip*., ni and< wit mtalnut., and 1E.W. .A Phllh May.., ill W. .fi-n, F..:lnnt l-.

county and not far from the home of Mr. H. ..... H'lmhaul l The I the umliiruiiini will otter for unle tn
m'tinlVR" well\ IIIten,'"*!. The I next runt of the court holme dar In Stlrke nrnilfunl ..
mouth of the Suwannee river.
Provide to This I l..anly. florliln. durlnit the legal houra
'
Carry
Money
/' l'otb,1', pravrr "ruw'l! t>P held ill unit i n Monday, the nth day. of Mny. A. I)
' i Will Nelson a negro shot and per- MRS. ,\. J. HOBBS ENTERTAINS:' on Miindnv evening, next, 'It the home mix lo the hl..h..t and brat bidder for rmb

upa fatally wounded Henry Davis YOUNGER FOLKS OF R.\IFOR1)Kaiford War For Liberty to a Suc- of :Mr. S. Cline (tin.imnty.'. follnwiiiii Florida di tn-wit<*crllM>:il lanita In Ifradford

so colored at Rooks still, ten miles Mrs. Cunningham mother of )Mr. G. Ihi NW quarter of NW ntinrter of Section

uth of Marianna Monday cessful ConclusionTo .II. Beavers, was entertained by Rev 4 Timnhhlp 7. South. Range 21 Knit: contomtnii -
,
Ajril 17. -A crowd of the 'hand 40 0..... men or ......
:Mrs.\ Alfred Uvemten at the
-
parsonage E. M. JOHNS.Sltrclnl .
younger set met at the home of Mr.
1 One of the aviators while "looping lust Friday. Maiitir
and Mrs. A. J. Hobbs
lie loop" at Carlstrom Field at Ar- Friday evening I Kev. Alfred Kvenden W'S a visitor A. V I.ON(5.Solicitor. .
where they indulged in and for Complnlnant. 1.6.664)TICE
dia Thursday lost control of his games Starke the
| to Tuesday patronizing
music. At a late hour home-made can the Rural Residents of America can instead of us ft ,v. The Govern
frachine and felt a distance of 200 feet dentist, .
dy was served. ment has now put these loans in OK INTKNTION TO APPLY ,.ORUITTlClm
ecking the aeroplane while he :
ped with two broken ribs. es- Among those present were, Misses It U a mutter of supreme national such convenient form that there is Notli-e I In hen: "l\en PAThNT.that:the ...nd..llln.oIwill

I Mamie Denmark Vesta Reynolds importance that the Treaury of the no citizens in the land who cannot EVER SALIVATED BY apply l to the mumble l g..1". ,,, J. Call

3 -- Loca Cason Beulah and Louise Manning at all help to some extent if he is patriotic Governor of the 8'ale .1, "' 0'''''', nn the IOII!
United States shall be supplied CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! ,
f The people of the southern part ofbe day iif April A. I>, I"S, fixb Here patent
United States will have an Bessie Suersy; Mesirs. Herbert times with the amount of money enough to do so. I rely upon farmers inro'porntlnir A, I). ANDREWS COMPANY.
oppor-
RiUh Sheppard Moore Lacy Cason needed to furnish the food the clothing than whom there are no more under the following PI aired dinner, the oriHinnl -
total
ity to see a eclipse of the sun
flic In ollire' of
of which I. now in the
' i June 8, and as this is the first vis- Sheppard Rosier Ellison\ Rosier and the guns!!, the ammunition required vitally interested in protecting Acts Like Dynamite on a Sluggish the Secretary of Hint. et Flotilla. .

Je occurrence of this kind in a good Ovid Manning. by soldiers to fight successfully America's future and the liberties of Liver and You Losea A. 1>. 11111tI.I.AM"Rrv\3: ,
A. r.
Election of TrusteesAn for the safety and liberty of America the world to do their utmost to
helpin
+
any years it is probable that few Day's Work.'rbf're's w. II un>lmlV'I. JRPieeoird ,
this part of the country have ever election for three school trustees'' to pay the allowance made by this great Liberty Loan work. The I rh.rt.r .r A. U. ,'nd.... Com
was held in the office of S. H. Moore's the dependentwives vany.
the Government to farmers are already performing
none. patriotic no reason way a person The utiilereliined benby ........t.... thiinliven .
store Saturday and the following cit. and children of these soldiers service of the highest valuein should take sickening, salivating calomel . toicelher for the plIl' no. of farming neorporntlun

Tam. Parnell, of Live Oak was hit izens were elected as trustees for the and to pay the life insurance which raising the food stuffs needed by when 50 cents buys a large bottleof unih-r and liy virtue of. the Lw.ef .
;
1 ,the leg Saturday by a bullet firedt.tom ensuing term, J. H. Hitch S. H Moore the Government permits every soldierto our own military forces and citizensat Dodaon's Liver Tone-a perfect proptuicd the State charter of ,rlorldl witn me following

+ : a revolver by J. L. Lee an at.&ol'Dey. and B. I. Taylor. buy from it. The Treasury must home and by the soldiers and civilian substitute for calomel. Article I.

at a negro. The injury is ser- Mrs. II. W. Raiford visiting her 1 also have the necessary money to extend populations of the great nations It is a pleasant vegetable liquid n.'fh.ANDKbWa name of CO thin\tl-A corporation NY. and shall lair bunlneKahall bt A.

[;loos, though it is not believed air. Par- brother Mr. George! Perry, of Lake. credit to the valiant Britons associated with us, but they which will start your liver just as sure be lroll.ar14Rncl conducted In the itnto

*I I(l(Mll will lose his limb. Mr. Lee was I'ark Ga. I French Belgians and Italians who have a further duty to perform. They ly as calomel, but it) doesn't make you of Florida and., other Slate' if the, United...
Slates of America wherever prolltuble nee
Rev. S. I. of Luke Butll'r.was
, '; arrested and later fgurnished bond for Hendrix ai'e fighting alongside American soldiers should invest all their available mon- sick and can not salivate. pars or convenient The prlncipnl' Place, of bual-

:is i, hearing on the charge of assault lie visiting here Tnursdiy. on the bloody battlefields of ey in the obligations of their Govern- Children and grown up folks can Inn,. hall. bii In the town of Hiufurd Bradford

iS'Rand the negro got into an argument Brady Rosier and Avery Tison were France, Belgium and Italy. If the ment; in doing so, they will not only take Dodnon's Liver Tone because it County, FlorliUArtlrle. t.Ihu .

( during which Lee claims the negro in Manning Friday afternoon.Mr. American people fail to lend theirmoney benefit homselveg by saving this is perfectly harmless. neat-nil via h.w it the bilHlni.. or utlninemien -
used J. K. Letton and family who to their Government for these tn be trnnnartit-l" or ci nd. tct.il b/ old
but will be defend
language he would not take money helping to Calomel is a dangerous drug.\ It is wholiwalu
corporation hall be To In
enirnau
have been here for the last
residing
'.I' noble purposes how can we gain a their liberties their rights and their mercury and attacks your bones. Takea and rots ll ini-rcniiti'e,! and rit-iinilM.Inn bukt

'*\The: recent discovery of glass in few months have moved to DeLeon victory in this glorious cause? Everyone farms against the threatened aggreslion dose of nasty calomel today and you II...., and le carry ol any trfulr or bun:net*,
,
? Springs. Mr. I.etton and family made their Ini-ldintnl thereto or connected therewith W
|loaves of bread sold by Tampa bakers Sends here who to can help by lending moneyto of the most powerful autocratic will feel weak sick, and nauseated to. buy iiell, ntorttraite, exi-l-nnKe fi.. tt.elf tir n a
see not
baa caused a deal of unnecessary ex- many regret the Government. They do and military Government ever crcuted morrow. Don't lose a day's work. uuenl' for olhin ml klniln ol real l or PITHiinul -
them go.1Iessrs.. make a gift of their money; they proprrty. to b"irrow money far the ...'..
'cttement and almost The of Take of Dodson's Liver
no end of trouble Tom and Walter Baxter and security farmers the nation traditionally a spoonful of the <'ompnny. one ti> Imiee nt too or other'
for the authorities who are now really lend it on impregnable Tone instead and you will wake upfeeling nieurily, Ihirefor .tnl 1i> ilin In mortiiHire. ,
? all of Misses Olga Ward and Ruby Crosby, and are paid interest on the loanat me f1'l..dol1hIving people.One I No m tin, ttoikn, bnnls ... nthirewi llnttlo. piuier
icalled at hours the day- great more biliousness
up of Brooker, were the guests of Miss the same time. The farmers of handled und forty-three years In connection with the bunlueM. o( the corporation.
and night-.by excited householderswho constipation sluggishness, headache .
Loca Johnson Saturday.Mr. ago on the nineteenth of this month -
render genuinely
[ want to tell of some new disjtorery. the nation can pa- I coated tongue, or sour stomach. YOIII Arllrle' 9.
tho farmers at Lexington and 1 Concord
C. II. Bloodsworth has resigned triotic service by lending all the The Oliitnl. Hll.c ,: thin eonornllnn. ihlill
t An excited woman called up his position with the Mitchell DrugStore their Governmentand died the first shot for liberty druggist says if you don't find Dud- .Inlen 'I hoiuuvnd' t916,99u.59Ihdlura, tu Iwdtvliltd
to
''t Ithe sheriff's to report she had found has home money they can und it was heard round the world. 1 son's Liver Tone nets better than horrible into One Ilnnd'red ehnriH uf tha 1'mr
Starke and returned else to do
encouraging everybody value' nf One Hiindriil millara i-nch 1'ayment
"full of nails calomel) is
". ,.loaf Investigation awaiting: his call >.o the colors. the same It makes no differencehow know that the American farmers of your money waitingfor for soil (apltnl' Stni-k may lu ...,-\\.1 It*
' :Allowed that she had found bit of ((12 .1'%! ) ,. .
'i a a Mis Kate Gibson vititml her mother you. cniih, services or In property, 'aK'n.
l"'!broken nail about two inches inS small the loan it will be help- today are just us liberty ]loving us I __ ._ .h..t u Tulr and ;..> :Mrs T. B. Rumor, last week. ful. Those who cnn only buy Thrift their hero ancestors I know they llvi'il by thi Hoiird of Director of tkil orporittion. -
length. Another + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
reported finding a .
Mrs Sallie who has been
/ Rohn Stumps should buy Thrift Stumps; will join with other Americana of 1. LEGAL NOTICES J
of colored her bread Arllrie 4.
piece in
paper spending a few weeks at the HotelTnveli. those who buy War Saving of every business, und profession in '
can only T he lean for vi hlctl eHid dopomlldn thrillr.fnl
JJt!:;' proved to be label such us the bak- has returned to her husian.1 + + + i + + + + + + + + + + + 1 I lu .
join Stamp should buyVar Saving providing the money which will enable nluill NlnryNlnr YrM illlrlu
, "ers formerly affixed to their "staff Normor: Aiiorriiis itIIOH. ,\ R.riu .
\1of; life. in Jacksonville.Messrs. Stamps; those who can buy Liberty then)' Government to fight to a N llc-i. IN brrby I Klv,',n llml tin. ""oh".n..o'W" ' .....In,'.. of linn' corporntlun. nhiiM tat fi
: Sheppard Moore an 1 Her- Bonds: should buy Liberty Bonds always victorious conclusion. this great war I II I, iliiily' 01"t. nHi i ,IL., ir thiH niititi, tutl.U I ..conilui-li l by the fullowiiiit orin-ii,: i A 1'ri.f.

, ', I met Hitch were in Staik' Pnday. They should buy as many for liberty ju tu l'e lyiil I l\mel'il'a'lI In ,h... lliniintlili-I, 'I'I Will Jiiilu. ,nf ..lnir. dent. Vuie PiiHldirt, Secrelnry and 'rrtaHiir.ii .
V(With his hands L W. 'I I <' till ( mill iif 'Ihi ivlnh I Juiliolnl, 1"In ml, 11'I1 nnil n Itonnl of three IHrcetnni Inn nitro'
St
t baie The friends! of Mrs. O. L.
, Su's many Stamps and as many Bonds: as they sacred rights" "riili', ill, hn iilfKIn CnlniMvllli; llnililntit of Hiriilmv, and' Criiumrtr ,n ay le hnM by
UJ5|:* White man of past middle age broke Crews who has been very ill arc gladto ] win ri.vt.i. lit In,IV I In '''"10.1. for mi url I nm nml Hut Hume pemon Soul' bonnl nf dl>

*"*,Out of Tampa's modern city jail Sun- know that she is convalescent.Airs. tint, mi,",mm, ,.* (hi tiltplfitu" "r .,It"uilillntlinkin'. nilitriiiiiiv I-. clei ,IK*"I Ira n.ttinu ti tlnui bynn
n mini rte their' rhll'l. and, I brie nt InwMlt I '. unuauhnrnt' of Ihu hy-ln\vii. but MhnM nt mi
(daytiight und won his way to free- W :M. Dyers of Hiawatha ing three trustees and /fixing the mil- V:4: ill I.lIwt"y unuiy last] week, I ,\NII MK1V It ,n':SKINS linn In IIHH tlinil thi.i- nor mom" Ihnn ..itvit.I ..

,dom. Styers tested for a minor of- :\1 kh., who has been visiting her mother ,, loge for the I.awtey school sub-dis ;Mi t I II) R hdwitrds; and little son, 1.1. r I.ol'l, ,.(:II. 'I 1'110'1"/ .....,"' .h..11 I ... ihetnl by the .torkhiilili -

,\Vjfense, made such a fuss in the main Mis Uli/ntnVh Ward I. of Swift trict the result was as fo'lows.J : I l.illn'; of Sumner, were guests! last ilirlttir fir I'ltitnnii, 4.1 IJ Tit, 'r..no' 'm fit air' urh tide nntiuiil I'"rl' iitiiin mitllnu nil-ill, and he I all elucteituiiiii nil,''r

of the central station that :Mr. unlIrs.: Thursday of :.Mr. and ;.Mrs Will K.lttlllils : '
part lockup Creek, WHII guest of I1. .Moore 17. 'OTII"Iot' ADOPTION' 01 MIMOKNiitm ii'lv liv tin loinil if ilirri.tori4 nn e in JMmnv

be caused loud complaints on the part I>. I. Taylor' Sunday. (hits, Dmkins S. I. IN hen In k MII .llmt Iliif mull" 'miKiii'il .. be lift-' r.(he .n..d) imitli-u; of the Mock
I Of the who wanted ,, Starke David 1 If'ddi"hVII": a visitor to LawIt w'll']| thirty IIIVM| nrtir. ilntr nf ihm, notice, iitiim holdanr Ilit. nnnunl suit laic of the ntockholilira -
other prisoners to ]>r. \. J. Johnson was in T. J. Terry 21. ti. tin- llini.iri.l.li J I. 'I.I Will, huluii' of the iilinll l."! In,.M, on the Hrxt Monday liJim. >
[sleep.[ So the warden removed him toe :Monday on business.Mr. A. II. Huiley 22. ',v lust Wednesday. ('.I mil Ciiinl if 'Ihi 1.1'lh'h I Jmhrliil' iriMill nf .iiiiv. of urh yinr ..r .it n lira In .... n I..I

dark cell at the other end of the : D. B .Browmiig and dal1 hter.Ilozene. W Godwin, 28. Sheriff W. J. Kppi'rson:" of :Sluike: I liiriiln, lit bin ilrin' In. l.iiini..vllli'I Hiiililn' the.by tin.flmt, ,ly.1"".. Until the .oMnort' ., laded. a*
nnnunl ehnll |I. tlietid nil-l
onl
ur u'In nwrr himny I In fmiuil fur an '"ir nn-fiinu
lailding. Styers became quiet. About were visiting :Mr and :Mrs 0-mill tax, 21)mill ). was. u business visitor to Luwtt-y lust itiithiii,'Ivintf. thinli i.t'on of Itivirly Fitu-ry; "arid lied", tin liuilniM ..f nl'. C trillion hull

idnight the jailor on making his A. L. Crews Sunday returning to Law- :(- tax ti. Fi'idny.air. N minor, aw h-r ilillil, end,I heir nt. law tie eoiiilui-ti, by the fiiowlntf| rtfiLeitt

Minds found the cell empty. Styersd tey Sunday afternoon uCl'r'nplinit'dlylittle The trustees for the next two yearn : Merman Tlicdiof Jacksonville, J. ,. POI'ITI' I MKS, i,'I.OKA II AMY! A A''r l I>. hall,\mlnwn Vie 1'n.IJ.ot.' l'r-ldetit.. '

rent a heavy wire netting which Miss Pauline Crews will be T. J. Terry A. II. Harley and was a Muitor lust :Sunday: at the home ,Ki.liellur. for I'-tlUlimvi' \.U'r.tIHDKK W, H, Andrevm, '1'., rlieillury. and. Trenurer *-

forms the ventilator apart and crawl- :Mr. and :Mrs. Edd. Roberts of Nome, W. F. Godwin although with the exception of his parents Mr. and aim. William And, the unlit A, I'a.' A, T, 541g.ill\

through into the corridor and slip- Alaska and Miss Sadie fowling, of I of air. Terry there is a change ''Ihede and bl'other.11': 1 U, 1 IJ. Thede. Circuit(
out of the building./ A negro in Miami were the guests of Mr. and from the old 1 board. Ojr school will :.Mr N. T. Peoples left Monday for : Juilirlul Circuit, llrmtforil County 1. .
'cell' on the opposite side of the Mrs. W. I. Roberts Saturday. Jacksonville, where he has secured employment In ('hxnrryOn'n The liliihitit amount of Ind' iMedi.wi or ,liablllly -
hands and with the
still be in good extra Wilson, I in which tnl' rnorntioii ran nt anytime
>rridor was asked how Styers got Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brooks had as 2 mills sub-school tax we hope to in the government ship rumplnlniint. I t mibject, Itself. el nil he the Hum of Twenty

lie. "Boss he jes' bustahd he way their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mr. W. have longer terms than in the past yards. v. I(i ll\e nnmce Ihnunnnd end reMliletii-e(I.'S, ,OHU' .00 of Dollar.The the eubiietibinii..

tah theah. I axed him whar he war G. Brooks of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. two or three yeaio.air. :air.\ J. B. Dye of Jacksonville spent Ruby Wlhan IVfemliint. I Imorpnrntorit totrethi with the amount. lub..e.lI"d *

ine and he say to ms, 'Hell Ah's DeWitt Brooks and :Miss Eva Brooks R. B. Jackson and family' movedto Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. It mMMiirlnir. liy atTlilnvit' mitii-nili-il' in the nr are .. follows .
lilll fllid In the HlMiw Mated that Ruby A II. Amlr.w., Ituifuril. Inndn, Forty
pine home' Jes' lak dat. and mother of Providence. Jacksonville list week and the A.1.: Hlanchard. WltHun. tbn fi-nilwnt.. thi-ri-ln CHUMI nnmi-ij la anon Rbnrra.

', air. E. P. Johnson spent Saturdayin Lawtey Hotel 1 U without a landlordfor Mrs I L. H Hill and :Misses: :Myitie -r.ident' nf thw Htitti nf Horliln.' linil' ..10.I. A. T. Mliell. lUlford Flui-lrtn. Thirty

I' Secretary of the Treasury :McAdooPeeeived Starke. the present air. W. II. Biggs as und Uula May Sapp and Lois;/ Terry IH. a iif....Id'nt twi-nlyon '".. thu or III.W..r..H. Andrews Jr. lalror.r. llotldn, llilr.ly .
ago yvant
([ from Jacksonville Sunday the Mrs. Peters, of Key West is stop- an able assistant postmaster, in in were visitors to :blarke: lust Satur rii....il. thitt mill nnn-rr,i
11 following message from Charles K. ping at the Smith House. charge of the post office\ for the pres U hiri,by n-iiire| to appear to the bill of A. II, A"4DRWH,
:Messrs. T. B. and S. T. dayMr; Lane Mcl.eod: and sister ;Miss inmiilHint. filitl In NBiH paum, nn fir .before A, r 1''/tl.I.; .
tj the colored Handley
;Anderson chairman of executive ent. w. If.
Monday, the itch day of M x. A. I> 19IH othrrwlMi "SIJ/U'WII.; IR
( committee of the colored Dowling were in Starke Wednesday. air. ai. L. I.oadhollz was a "business Lena of btetkert motored over to our the Ili-vmlimi ,,f ..1.| bill will IH RTA'I'P OF FLORIDA:

of Pythias of Florida: "Ac- A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.J. town last Sunday und spent the day Uiki-n nn "nr..01 by until d.I'n.l.nl. COIjsrY Of IIKADIOPD'
.
Knights visitor t* Jacksonville Tuesday.A It I. further ordered tbtt thin urili r IK pub Ilifure .. a Nolnry I-,iblla In and. for .ail
I cept the information that the colored B. Cone and son, :Marvin Miss Van few weeks ago some of the members at the home of :air. and :Mrs A. M.Hlanchard. llnhitl. onie H wifpk fur live eonmeutlve r..h. 'r oiinly and Htnte. liemonally appeared A. I).

Knights of Pythias of Florida bought Cone and :Mr. Tison Sapp were visit- In the mtlfnrd. (ntinty THlcMrnith. a niwiipN'lirr Andrew.. A 'f. Aluul! and W. II. Andrew.,
of the ai. E. church. South Sunday I nuhliiihvil In unit soil HtateThin J... to me well known
county to he the .
And ing :airs. L. L. Cone Brooker Sun- Arthur Sapp who has been Rpt'ndI prraona dcirrilini -
bonds. in
) |26,000 third issue liberty school organized into two bodies Mall I I. 191$. In and who mnncrlbeii heir naraea to

'aside from this you know that we are the Blue and the Red for the ing several months at Detroit Mich., W. T. WEEKS: the roreicninir prupotied < hnrter, lint they mv..rally .
.
determined to not only day.Mr. of Johnstown purpose and other places in the north is now SEAL) l-rk (In-ult ('nurtlly acknowlnUed before m.' that they ...-
buy our quota : Hubert Bennett
( of seeing which aide would get the It. A. WF.tKII.I: I".t.d the .""" for the )111.10...... therein,
[but to go one better if necessary to was hereIonday.: most members for their Sunday school. spending it few days in Lawtey, at the Ii'puty ('Ii',rk. .....'d, es-

put the third liberty loan over the Dan Johnson of lake Butler was home of his parents :air. and :Mrs. L FVFKFrT; ; M. ,Jolt,ls. IN W"INf:1I1I'lIl'lItOF.: : ; I have hereunto
[ airs. 1'\1'1 Jones was the leader of I cot
11. "<11..1' fur Ccmnlmnnnt 4.6.r,1. my hand and' ""'""I cnl' alb
rry the Utb
f top." Secretary McAdoo in a telegramto visiting friends and relatives here the Reds and Prof. Blackburn leaderof I I., happ.Mr iluy of Muich. A. l>. 1I/IH I ,

[ Chairman Anderson replied as follows Sunday.Rev. the Blues. We opine that he Reds : J. B. Dye and little son, J. II. !N01K K FOR ITIII.K ATIOV.IVuirtmint JNO. A. r.nOOKfl
180.1)I .
of the colored Wells filled his regular Jr., returned to her homu in Jacksonville ff the Nnl. y Public.
"I proud E. E. :
: am
O.luoevilr: :::;
got he most because an ice cream I 1)) H land UlTicv at ; rl I.fur: .. 01 f lornbi..emir' '
(Knights of Pythias of Florida for their appointment at the First Baptist party was given one evening last! Week Monday, after spending/ about in, 11)18 ,,."1 '.'.. """., toe Faro' """ "' Ito.:

{subscription Of $2:>.000 to the third church Sunday.! the Hotel and Blues were I, three weeks at the home of .Mrs. Dye'sparents. I, Notice 1 In hprt-hv given' but frank Murphy, I. .. U. 1916.NOTICE\ .
Luwtey
at
I nf latin Hut It-r, fin. who, on April4. Hillmnili ,
:Mi und ;Mrs A. M. Ulan-
tf liberty bond issue and for the patriot. Mr. C. II. Bloodsworth spent :Monday waiting on the Keels in A-l style. Anyway Ifiimi-etcul Entry: No 01H7U for NKiunrtir

ism of the colored people of America in Jacksonville. chard. l" of Htetfiin 31. towniihlp A S.. Knnuoin OP flf.CTlOVfly :
1 a very pleasant evening wasspent .Mrs .1. II. Touchfon returned to her R.: T.'I.' "....-. mi-rlilinn., him filnl nollrv the '.. vented. In them the
'In the loyal support they are giving :air. and airs. C. A. Futch and son, ... the Rrhonl
.
$ and all returned to their homes j r f Inti-ntion tn make Ihrn-yrnr 'r".I. to m- ;0. "' HtllU "' Fi l"r"1- the Hoard
.throughout the country to the liberty and :airs. G.1.: Sutrunk and Joe Sis! ; glad they had been present. home in Jacksonville last Sunday uf- tnhllHh claim to the limit iiUivi. iltiirriliiil., IH-. ubllc what bnnto hereby.reeTncVi of

I loan well as to the nation itself in trunk were \'isitinIr.. Futch's tpr spending several I weeks in I.awtey faro (It-rk Circuit Calm nt Mtarhi FIa on I' "' heSrhrl,1ratathe' followlni/
as par-I, Kev G S. Hend.> of aiiddleburg the 11th at I.' find
rson tiny Mny IU1* on the
home of ;air. and Thirteenth "
the her day of
this great war for freedom and democ- ents air. and Mrs. E. D. Futch ut parent' (Inimnnt nnmm nil wltnmafef. April/. A, U. Klin the
\ ,, day, filled his regular semi-monthly appointment / Mrs J. C. Byrd. :aira Byrd accompanied : W, rilwnnln.: .if New Never, HorlilnII 'th.... '"u,.. and I' ,.. 'Iomnln.' gurpo.e the or electing
"racy.
I Reddish, and children at the Lawtey M. K.: church I Iliiit her and will; fcpcmf, a few daysin W. Andrew, of New Hlvrr florltui, 'mll//.". (0 10. sups.1. am..unt of
\ :Mrs
Huiy
:Mr and
I'rlnru MntthrwH, For the .,
Sunday both morning find evininir nf Now Itlvrr MorliluW purp.w of holhlg' ..Id, .lr.U..n
I.;4 In the United States district court of Heilbronn Springs were the hut( c ity. M. Koblnion" of Sammon. florlilnKOHf ,f"Iluwing; named mnnowrrc have born .pl>olllt the_
I Mr. L. L. visitor to the W. JAVIH., rd :
SUP was
of !air and inrs. G. C. Sapp a
for the northern district sitting atTalahas guest ;Misses Clara and Pearl Bennett seat '4-l.5t. U vinti-r, II/.Irlrt/ No :3,. IIlarh... -I. C. 1''eU C. 1.
] ee last week Tom Powell | Sunday.Mr. co inty S'nclLY. Trek, and J f' l'ol. .,II'
were visitors to I Gainesville last Sun- The Lit'es!; Aid of the M. U/trice/
j Society
110" 4.; 1.mw .
bide.-n.
the A .
with violation of PFTIFION FOR A1 F.I.SCTIONwe FV5 Rrnfne .
r espionage
charged Francis Cotttn of. Jahnstown day. I A. C, Crew., -
J. t. .
'' E church held its t-rni-nnonthly meeting .. the un.'.'niKni-tl voter and. tnvpnynniof Adkins
act; was arraigned. Powell was was on a business trip here :'o onday.Mr. :air. C. W. George was visiting relatives on Thursday. <,f last \,('('k. They a nuli-iM-nool fliHlrtrt to Ixt fntnlillnhcit and' Pml Dutrlrt( N.., 7. U.hlJO.-, . C. IlulbSrgor. .
indicted with certain others who have I Nomnn spent the first lends in Alachuu known flvuf,,Ii' Snh'intrict.' hort-by petition 'Inv.mrttl.' Jam.. I'a".tt
II Wesley and county : Utrict, N". 10, 'M
,
the Horn ruble Monril f l-ublie V..n..bllt-f' ,
pleadedi j !! Inntrunti Norman.
been arraigned but having of the week in Jo-kjonville. last Sunday. Beavers ..n if Wriiilfonl ounty for an election to |, f.. I. ""n.,. J. n. C......
not' guilty have not yet been tried. I II Futth of Law- In hi-M. ,,.t I five, Millm, 'hofilhouiie O"'rlol Nu. 11. rahtlm-C. II. I' ,
.011'. and -\Ir!!. L. air. and ;airs I. I). Randall! were society. I ,. nn Hnturilny. I.M I.(c r h..ro.y t."..". O. U.al. (ert..
of guilty and I y 4th to '.hll.h thin Sub-achmI IlUtrict ,I
Powell Centered a plea tey were visiting here Monday. visitors to Jacksonville atonduy.Mr. There were devotional exercises und bountleil. nN follow J '''.'ri.t N... 12. New Rlv.r--J. ). ColllOn. 0.

was sentenced by the court to be imprisoned air. B. J. Rosier and 1 daughter Eve- and Mrs. E, E. Burney and! .Mr: I short business esiun. followed! by | immrnclnir.. nt the NR: enrner of ..'e 7, W l'I.lrl.t Anlrcw' .. 8. P. (''''IOn.
n NI. ..
in the Federal penitentiaryfora here Mon- twp n, ranxe -", thenre wnit to NW rorni > """" -N n. Cwen.
months. This linn of Kosiertown were and :airs Henry Bennett were visitors" the inevitable tit.-a-tite or family'' "r ...<., |IJ twp' 8, rnnve 19, th...... nouth to I nr.'w Icudnlh' Parmenter.

term of thirteen day. to Jacksonville Sunday. exchange. Refreshments were j hW corner of me 12. thence went to '. .ei>. ,,1I1.I.lot No 11..Hmrtdnin -E. Moon:l Eo 61.
news
ease will be remembered as the "Little :McGuire of Hampton heldservices linn line illvnlinu. nee, I6. thence' aonlh on ,altlij I ""'m.n. !M. 1\1. ...Iff,...
case" which at- Rev :air. T. J. Terry was a visitor to ,, served and other |>l'a/iantries indulged j jin trction linn til New Giver Ihinre fant Dlctrirt' 110". I.. "H.her-A. A. Itnwn 1.
Bumble Bee Island < at the Christian church Tues- high Springs I'rid-iy. -then the ladi's left for their re-1! along, .old New River lo Inteniect with, anon A. ttr,.n. IL P. Gntney,

fracted a considerable time l The amount defendant of at'thntlon -, day and Wednesday nijtht11' .;. who has Kov. W. L. Overstreet filled hill I pcctiw homes There was a good at- : .line U, thi illvltlinir nre, .north,cotton on.. :loI.aeetlon':' 20. twp lint "I to, ran point,. J Ilmwn District. 'r, No.J. T2".1')0.J I.awt.-J. II 1\1.)0. a. W

some ago.: :\ Raymond Norman the Alachua / striot '
regular appointment a tendanceTho ;of h. lnnln". No. 7. S""' Of>II-.J. C. "Itaul.ao
r.fl, it was alleged harbored and! been employed in a grocery store in Baptist church Sunday. I Luwtey W. C. T. U met at the And further to vote upon the 101,11., ... to bemmeninil 't. f.. Rmwn 0". Wy..n..
cloned men who failed to respond Jacksonville has returned home I' and for the nurpnun of tliH-tinu l alaird .I"otrl.t N" 2.. Z.f--R. P. Luwle. Frank
and I air H. B Bennett was transactingg parsonage Wednesday afternoon. of three (3) triutira for ,n il ..ubMChoolumtrlct J F'nwler. J. W. 1.a"I." .
J ors to go to training/! camp, Denmark has to Jacksonville I 1Stwneb 1' i
Tale P. \ gone business in Jacksonville Friday and A special. patriotic lIf-rvh'e. to include ' ; K n. POPI-ELL.
'j' deserters from train- l the I lSinefll. ('aunty Auperhntendent'
'harbored where he s employed 1.1 soul 11..1" .
also said by Saturday. a war message/ by tho pastor N. It. "'...rloh. n J Thomnn, n.,n. F. l.nln.; March 5: 191Ollfx..
c,mps. Powell was government./: 'I Mrs Nellie Simmons of Ft :Meade, and patriotic. speeches by othi I'll. as e.. II I.. P..k.I...... Wntlu. furruih' r'. I..

its of Cedar Key to have made :air and :airs. I r. i':y Douglass andMrs. few days I.awtey at well) as! the sinKiig: of patriotic "nll'" j Drawilv It. L. tJnvlu. J, 8 I.run. J. 1\1. Icon.irl \ OF rV\l. I'IIJI\I.F.
spending in
have been IK a +, W M lhert. II. U Wa-c-rn. II It.1.mw .
to Butler
and of Lake -
I remark Hit
al al- : William Brannvn the home of her parents :air. and! Mrs. ; is promised at ( rare M. f:. ihurrhi P. !'. ll.kle, (;. T urhton.. 'r, J. mrnlh..fler' unto. hereof I will/ present
I
.Jt the government It was visitors hi '-e Sunday.I : Ii.iVti. II I.. Ihomni. ny voucher and Anal account to the Honor-
t Little were.. I X. T. Peenles.EIrs. for next Sunday morning at 10:10 4-4-.1t hubs (.10. A. Gnrdim County; Judve ef
t (ged that these parties on Willie Brav and children of The church will divorited for the liradforil I county florlda, and a.k for my
i Bee island were heavily arm- TERRY 1I.\HLfY: ASH Cfl111"iNTRUSTEES ; M\lInR'H; IIU 1-:. I'Innl., ilinchnrire, n.* Bdminl'trntor' ,,f the entat/
Dupont pent several days of l last occasion and the publicin general is Hereby notice In . f J .
let it be Known that they HW LAWTEY: IIIST. given that under and by > K llallbrook and M A llallbrook. had week with relatives and friends in and cordially, invited to cttend. virtue of that rertnln nnnl uVeree nf .... resist to the utmost any at- A will i if vi' 'n Thursdn' rli, ,uri.' mntle and .nl.'"'' Mur.-h 2ftlh, Thin the 20th day! "f March 191*.
obedience to the pro Lawtey. ,\pril17.-At tha election near awtey runner' I l.y the Honorable J. 'I Will. Jadwe of I..j. J V EDWARD ,

,to of enforce the selective draft law. Lit-( last Saturday for the purpose of elect- Mr. W n Strickland of near Starke, evening at the :ai K: pursonaife I (Ircuit Court of iraiiforil County, I.JU.ft mOl Administrator







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J ''t FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 19.rr 141sP
: BRADFORD c.orsT'1" TELEGRAPH STARKE.
tf F Ttll'FL1'E -
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bori and I raised but ...e'j''very much the JoIC''JJrr"1.. ..
- heir
Mr He s w cf '. x popular c.- by :
Tb: r. e :
surul' I fcia r crop Sri >
rm Ioealr'.n I of G F. McLecti :
w:
ysis : -
.! c.d: .rate. -r. arj bee; .? !tuft: esteem by *-J;Jv top: ;T wCl not It serkai. I
.K r. bad frm .e ::: : u '
; Last Monday: but w .. .
are
case ',oft!. Fa .'.$ know, r.aiH i* a ma rp.:l e Mr. J. J Barks fad father were ? ,
t U Sara :..::1rr h,: Vf.-: :Its: bl L seekMr : a ...af vbi:4rr; :v Lzie:. B..:.e- :Saturday mac :sg a speay receiver:} .
I.
: rpe' & y'--j r :ne : Mist Annie McLodd wt--.t --
; jeasor. w.J. : "e hl :.t'xt :iJ.;.. g.
Leads &app. cf Wosr vi rudike !teen the over to Lake Butler last W-a--' _
has : o on
i County Mews Items :-.t lot s> ':;,-i---t: : W-r are hvp.art : Mr Ai.bey Moody
-. t :.-v* {.r: ...;. Everybody ButJer TnlU' hy. ,:.ti.; la: for the pa*. week: : withaeas- Mr. and Mrs. Deed Dotguests --- ..
Mr SKr: Ntwwra and Ralph AI-: at tics of Mr. and Mrs. I'. M ,
Ht rapidly vmprovir.p .
ark ukt is
-' :rto part.S1rs. r. :
... "" = rime .
= = = =: = =; = -=-'" Lake
1 1t = ..,",1. rf Stark;,; wvjitors to :Sunday:; afternofn.Me .
W. R. Ta>'.',r ki., been rig tome.
t, .uu.ttnI fet Gathered Injrlne the Week by Our "week s.ttr Sunday afternoon Mr. J. J. Banks bu been on the fri. E. B. McLeod aPuktton : .
.k the put but; >i up ajpaic.Mrt.
, ji Regular Correspondent !i Mr. Willis Knight of Starke, via sick 1 list this pw week. tat is :m- mad a bu.ices ti-; .
r Ruth Coffin Bennett UI be. he guest of Mr. G. EMite**, Jr., proving' rapidly at this willingMis ,Bstkr last Saturday.Mrs. -tt
ht ill for the several dy, b' '
: put :IIBGa,. of City.
., Nona Brown, Saapson .
t Tht. Pinkrton and : ,.
I "- .mprov.rig fa t. Mr. J_ Ogden, of Gratuua motor- Bancie .
Mr consio. Miss ,
visited tuned house last Z ednes oci..i. _
,
Mr. N. i doing fri beats .
J. KeUey ff i Sunday afternoon
-i and
P !i 1 BRAbFORU NEW I I' ''.!>I- bi .A with kU .....miJJ. He baa Uat o over spent. Moody, Sunday. : PtnVjton bad carried the I*' > .. .
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Lake Butter.Hetus.
. 'r.iidrerzr : : n Moore of
and
: :r JuJ tri is.and Mr- and Mr*. Plummer Butler for :
- an operation M. .
; J fcra/lf'/ro. Ap .' ; 7 51j. l fe'I .'; M- H. J Taylor it*. .I'j! Mr*. L if lumber. on tb* siding ben.x. D. Greene, Leslie Twamsend. Bunsen \\iaied i the Utter'* parents, that it if stead.y; /:
I glad to ,
: -
say :
sic
. Comm: the
David p. u on : i B d-
M. Everett Ctatfnn
Harris
', W. A t. rini! ; ] Saturdayacd
{ !Caw,, 'por.t tinI ';f''i( p.r.t.,1 ar-r and Mri. I Mr and Mr* J. R Crews, icg.:
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A this wek.Mr. Albert Dobosc. of
Alvarez and
iuh
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I ( at the name ',1 ::.Lie! .1:1; E4wa:uurM.ay Mrf 1L E. Bennett bat had bit tim ;tarke were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday. ) Mr. and Mrs. R. W. MeL .--. -..;
'lyudry.t . We..tO.! very sorry U. report Several! of the tannin of this cotum :
J eF cart completed Mr. W. B- Tayn their parent :Mr. and Mr- r
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t I ; M'r r H. N..-.X.and -,. '. ...'ei. her a.otbtIl W. A. Starling fiG the tiek list tbi> : the builder. Sunday.i jrty are plowing ep their cotton of Providence eectin- ;
wa i of Stark Gay
Mr. Seeber X was
,. ..... wom. and planting! the :ground to beans, on ,
.oa) .. I Little Oti Smith retlll'llC'J.Iom: < and Sunday.
r I I fM a visitor to Lake Butler Wednesday. of the boU wecril's arrival, :
i'H' 'f : e y. Ens Raley r.dwsrft +rerehl MILLER eels NOTES.UUler :: eat week from a twelve days caw Muses Thelma Colin and Maude account Old: Uncit Man Dukesr ,
I'I .. ,..1...a of .Mil>- recd ICaboGn taut { ant around Sttrk t Hunter and Mr. 2useT. Taylor moI NEWS NOTES FROM DfKES. "11 New EJ\! '" iaj!' Wonm"

j" ', I 7 r. jr dy.ll April 17-Te boll wevj! ] Mr. W. F. Sirapxin baa moved t( i I tend to Eaiford Sunday. nnriM with a x-: ",, :'

!4 N ,I > ... W. M. HsrrH and soa, Slab on m4 it. appearance: : in the cotton ; Jacksonville, aji be u at work for the j Mrs. Tom Proctor and dsajrhter. structwere Hah.. "ncle Matt. g'. ag-o'
ry, Weft vi.jV>-. w WortlijnirttmC P'riI 9id of this e I tie Primitive! Baptist
i f 'uy.o 1 the young: cotun, and a good many of ; Mr. II. Brandenburg has decided to i i Mid at
:Saturday ;
last
Rev. J. K.: Dukef : -
church
I M. Andrew made a tall! at W -
and food I Mr. H. E. Bennett was in Lake City of Lakei and Sunday; there
Friday planting C"'JlI. I Mi>* Earnie Dowlin, near a.
h
and ir!*re":ed ('(I. rtsra: :, j.n* at ea
lat week btui&es
I Little Anita T'/mliason rat the J. L Brown, one of our progreMir 1 on i i Butler is visiting her sr/tnJmotber. ,
Iit r weekend guest of Elm Edward. farmer, bag inxtaUed: electric hlrhtA Mr. John P. Coin was attending to Mrs. M. E. Roberts, here this week. service:
Un. C. M. Andrea *..! Utt son in his homo.Mr. I bonne in Jacksonville last week. ; Mr. Sidney Padgett, of Lake Butler.we Mr a.nd M" R T. ufeen v.It.edtht. Mr- Broken.. s.. OuP"j"
Mr. O. Brook of Last Saturday wa a busy day at .: r. and daughter Mr and Soma Day u A.ciaedt'.Spc.lw
h ; were viit/r* V, J'O'br Wednesday. and W. a business vijif-r to Starke .Saturday .
, j the Johnttown schoolhouse, the L T <0 o r. . ...t'.c..ta.nd Sunday w I sio Fl.yPostue
Mr. Elii Ctemoos pa* * t i here, Friday rou.e to Wcrtbiazton. and Mr*. T. H. Watt SurvJay.Tatco I tieing i the electron of school trui Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cawin, of New The peop- "r th sectionegre'

, I Mr. Harry Edwsrds, of gUflt),; ., ...i.. Doui-Uin, of Elliirille Columbia tees for this distrirt.Mus 'River were business visitors to Lake!
r.k4 ited bit parent here Saturday and county, wax in our community I Evelyn Bennett of Lake Butler, Butler Saturday.I .
ri Sunday. Sunday evening. I|I has tn invited to come to the Christian I M. G. Sapp of New River.
Mis Ruth Newsoin was the guest Barney Thomas atttnotd: church at Endeavor meeting next Sunday t spent last week with her rarects: Mr
of !.fiat m.ancheMnu: Sunday Bradford Sunday. night and bring her chart, and I am I land Mrs. G. M. Richard.
l it Kr. li. C. Scarix: rouscb filled hi. Marion Warn made a business tripto sure the will entertain the ore present i Mr. M. G. Sapp was among the NV..
I *. regular appointment here Saturday Lake Butler Saturday evening. 1 with a good talk. | River visitors< in our burg Saturday. tl
i and Sunday. Ids was accompanied by Rakish Belling of I'rovidence, wag Mr. J. J. Manse!!, of Surke. and i Misses Eamie Uovlintf. Jessie RoK- ,

: '. Mr.. Scarborough. In our community Sunday evening.Mr. Mr. W. R. Taylor .,f thi place are i eta and Thelma Knight motored over rtif
s Mr. Wliey Willitrns and family attended and Mrx. :.. T. Bennett, of considering buying 164 acres, of land to Olactce Sunday afternoon.

I'j; church: here Sunday. 1 1I |IliUnd I Alachua r.o.mt'ilfitJd at the from the Ideal American Corporation, | Mr. W. A. Bailey was a business "< isI JACKSONVILLIfL
:. MUM Laura Scarborough and Ruth home of th* latter r. 'brother, B. E. and if they do they will put in a large I itor to Alachua Wednesday.

qr< NewK/m wr the r jests of the 3.tiUK Brown, Sunday. lock farm .. i Miss Van Cone and Mr. and Mrs ,
It .J William the latU-r part of the pant Mr. and Mr*. J. R. MtLeod attend. -- Barney Cone stopped over'' in Lake
Pt',;' wwk. I''ed I ) church at old O'jJt: > church, near LAKE BL'TLEROCTAL ITEMS I Butler Sunday, while on their way" to

'. Messrs. Lucian and Warren Hazen, Providence, Sunday.The Brooker. TII OLDEST
" I I. 1: of Croaker, atten/l church here Sunday young turo.le l of tout community Lake Butler April 17 -:Mrs. G. C. *

, ,.J' night. gathered at the home of Mr.' and -'fcArm and sun, of Bunhnell, spenta I LONO"BRIIXE.NEWS NOTES buTHERNESTABLISHED
II r ,;: Mei r.. Truby J'inholster, liaida In. J. L. Brown Ijtt Saturday night few day last week with Mr. and
I ;" '. Cunningham: and the singing/ sthoolrnanter <<: for a surprise party. Although it was -'In. P. M. I'adgett. Long Bridge April IT.-Mr Lacy SEED {tlA'
.' .t of Graham, and Miase Lou a surprise. they were given a hearty Mr*. Mary E. Werts and daughter Cason and sister Miss Loca, attended HOUSE
I bedia PinhoIsUr and! Ormond Melvin reception and all enjoyed themaelvu MillS Ella, and grandson Mr. W. P.. prayer meeting at Mr. Charlie :Mt-
1\ were the g" rest of Miu watch* An- '' until a late hour when they departedfor : Moran moved !ant week to the neat Kir.ney's Wednesday night. -sr- IN FLORIDA
dreu and Mia Ruth New oin Sunday. their respective humps thankingtheir little cottage in Went Butler, recently The stork visited the home of Mr .
' The afternoon eterune at old Bradford kind hoxteix. bought by 'aIrs. W'!rU. We welcome and Mrs. Roan J. Turne last Saturday e-a. !
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; I Sunday were well attended, and Mr. and Mr*. Leon Chanc y, of near thin family to our 'ity. April eth; and left a little daugh. siNO fOft CATALOG AND I IWEEKi.Y (
we want to thank the folk for their fake Butler, visitd at the home of Dr. A. E. Russell and Messrs. B. T. PR/C LtST. !'
I rd d'! attention and specially] for the !>Jr. and Mrs T. S. Langford Satur and P..4. Crosby, of Brooker were ter.Mr.. R. F. ;Merritt wat a business ,
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ones who assisted the choir in the day.Carl in Lake Butler last Saturday on bus- visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. II I
ainvinsr. Broun made a buainexs trip to mess The- liHI" 3.year old Lo" of \I. and
Mr. C. II. N'ewgom and family and Lake Butler Saturday evening. Mesdames H. N" Stanton and J. E. ilr,,. :M.: H. Moody-h d--': narrow ;;: 14RJ1N5ffDr !.:

Inter. Min Alta were the Kucsti cf Judge J. i). Cobb, of Lake Butler, Mamas, delegates to the!! rand; Chapter cap Sunday morning while running I M e i .
Mr. C. M. Andreu Bunday. panned through here Friday evening. Order Eastern Star, were" in about In the !lot. He uses i tepped on ,.4r.
MrL W. S. Kabb and family attended Mr.I and Mr*. Butler Hendrix, of Jacksonville Thur.Jay. -
church here Sun/Jay. Kaiford, visited at the home of the Mr. L. J. Wynn state live stockinspector ., ',
Mr. Tom Week and children at- lattt-r'x parents :Mr. and .Irs. T. S. dipped SOO lead of cattle
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terd<*.d wrviren here Kunday. Ijinifford, Saturday and Sunday.Mr. last Friday in the vaU of ;Messrs. O. : e
i' Mr. JoM-r-h Wi'lUm! and Miss. Katie and :\111I. :'. W. :McLeod: of F. Ritch and J. J. Blackwelder in the ;;'
r' Kobert were among thone h"re tIt-ii Worthington' paic-d through western part of the county. I InRunt
Sunday night. I here Saturday. The citizens of L:,ke Butler held amass I
Mr. Olen Ilal wan the Jueat of }Jr. Miller Grove Woodmen Circle held meeting at the Woman' Clubrooms I
J. V. Edwards Sunday. its regular monthly meeting Saturday Thursday right to effect arrangements
Mr. W. M. Harrcll han been on the ; evening.The for Mrving luncheon to
ai"kaat/ this week. IW i many friend of Mm. B. E. those in charge ?f file Liberty Loan
Mr. Harley Hazen and) John finrioltr Brown are glad to know that she in train, which will vhit our city Friday,

attended rl i rch here Sunday. recovering/ from a severe case of the April 19th. i
t Midi Laura Scarborough. wan the ,mealle.! Mine Inez :Markey, who is teaching
quest bf Misses liciuy and Eva Fd-I i J. L. Brown made a business trip ,school at Orange City, isited relatives
ward Sunday. I to Lake Butler Friday evening here a few day this week.

Mix Georgia Edward: was the quest i J. J. Bielling, of Trovidence, was in Mr. Brady Markey, of the U. S.
of Mica Geneva/ larrll! Sunday af- our community Sunday evening. army, was in the city fur! a visit of a
Pt. ternoon. i O. S. Thomas attended church: at few days with relatives this woek. He
Mr. and Mr*. U. R. John und :Mr. J Bradford Sunday. say that he will!! proliably leave short i J o- z
and :Mr. W. H. Newiom, of Graham N. II. Stoke made a tukinexit trip ly for "Soinewhci-.j in trance." r _

visited Mr. and) Mr f *. C. II. NVwHom t to: Lake Butler Saturday. Mr. Broadus Ware, of the army, ] ..-
1 n Friday and rfrnairiud over until Sun- J. C. Ward and non, John, of near and Miss Ruby Ware and mother, of ) I
day. I I'rovidence, passed through here Sat- \Worthington vwited. relatives here
Mr. Sceber Edwards und Mix LauraScarborough jrday reroute to rAke Butler.I t this week.
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attendedI church her I ----- - mr uuyn vi i. tAf? Luurr are working -
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Sunday night. I WOUTHI.NGTON LOCAL NOTES hard trying :o organize a home I I 1 1ttk
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Mr. Kdd. Crosby: and family oflirooktr guard for Bradford t-ouiity., II II I
J. attended church here Sun- Worthington, April 17.-:Mr. John Mr. Ed. Byrd made a vit; to Gaines I ilIT
I duy. Roberts' ,and family, of Winfield, were I ville Tuesday in the interest of the ,

Mr. Karl Oukea, of Duke and" :MIHHe the quests of ;Mrs. J. M. Dickert Saturday i Columbian Woodmen. .
$Sak Maud Shaw and Myrtio Morgan at- j and Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Lillie Price, daughter of :Mr. .
W' tended the exercine t.erSundBY of- ; and Mr; I:. C. n..tert.lr3.; R. and Mrs. D. F. Floyd difd at her par-
\ ternoon. I H. Roberts. Mrs. W. II. Farris and 'nt*' home Saturday night about ten I I f 4t'I Fed

I" : Mr. Lacy Dubone and wife attended ,I Miss Susie bowling motored over to /clock, after a short illness. Her'insl.nnJ '

<< church here Sunday. Raiford Saturday afternoon.Mr. is very ill at Camp Johnston, I
I! Mr*. Ixjix Duboxe' of Ft. White, win I J. W. ;MetzV mother, of Jack laving undergone an opu&ti"n.11'8.; .
the weekend guest of her KiHtor, MillS Honvillc, is the guest of Hotel Worth. rice was a young lady with a wide i
Klln Lynn. l ir.itton, where she will upend the sum ircle of friends who mourn her un-

Mr. Joe Surrency attended church mer. imely death. Her body was laid to fir
( here Sunday. j :Mr.' and Mrs. I. F. Limb returned et In the Doklc cemetery Sunday/ afrnoon -'I Give Your Little Wit!

"' ----.-._- i j from a motor trip through Georgia at two o'clock, Rev. S. I. lIen- Ones Sehfilg'.
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C'LAV MILL ITKMS. I Thursday. rix conducting the services. ':

r I The many friends of Miss Ernie: The election of the local school wu
\, Clay Hill, A J'.iiJ'7.The recent: hear I Clyutt are glad' to see her out again, -ustees on Saturday:; resulted as fol- An Interest His!
vy rain have injured the present Irlilh after hr recent illness. .ws Messrs. 1'Y.. Padgett, Dr. J. in the FutureThey ir
rv extent : 1 Mr.' T. C. Chnstuin and :Mr. Dan i I. Mainea and II. J. Stevart. OIMaeh

of wvrul hundred) dollnm Il<>arst, of Luke liutler, were in town Liberty Loan train, in interest of the :
; .' Mr. L. W. Wilkinson one of the |! Thursday evening 'hird Liberty Loan, will be in our Only
largest nhippi-rx of Rtrawborries and, The many friends of Miss Louise ,ty from 2-'iO: to 4 o'clock Friday the I are hold
Irish potutocx, hue begun to hurvexthi I,r I.pvcrett are glad to see her out again 9th The city is anticipating a large j your on the future hands bonds of their government eye
.* potutoc They are not aN food( I after hr illness. rowd of visitors from all over the ';and America is fighting teed
."* wtiw expoctcd/ owing to the ex-j| Mr.' It. M. I.ev"r..tt left Thursday .unt).. It will be a grand treat for to make their They will be for them inspiring evidence Edw

c trc-rrifly wet wvuther. i I for Jacksonville, where he is transacting II, and free to all. Relics from the future safe. They little idOl
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long r, of buiinoss. nttlcfieMM in France, and! all kind' I are too to that their fathers planned sac put''cI

T'.lack Crook attended church ut l.onjf I Mr. Joseph' Willi-jnu. Misses Kate f weapons used', will be demonstrated I II realize this now-but day ,
'W' llninch Saturday and came through I i Robert' and Susie Howling] motored tc y the "French Canadian and Ameriin I some must rificed and invested for their sons' strip

our liltte 'burg While here they were j I II Stnrke taut Thursday.Mrs. soldiers, : learn to reverence the traditions of future. the ]
.. the guests of Mr. and Mr. II. J. Tuy- ; R. T. Taylor who has beer' Rev. W. T. McGuiro filled his rcgu- Liberty Bonds will mean ", TJ:
"lor.' | visiting her mothor at Alachua, returned .ir appointment at the Christian .America the ideals of America the them teaarInge
more to
tjuit" a large rriwd from h..ri,. attended home Friday. hurch last! Sunday, preaching two elo- than money. They

the Iti-utty Iro! show at Jlisch t Mrn. V. K.: Dowimg, of Jacksonville "cent sermons to a large audience great cause for which the men of will make them proud of the fathers Soot
J land last week. I spent Wednesday afternoon with :Mist ith morning and evening lie will Lat
Dr.' W. M. Hudson,) of Jack onvilli>, Elide; ; IturriHon. She was accompuniei pond the week here visiting! members their fathers day gave their lives. who in America's day of need 'ac
wail n pleasant, viiitor in this section by, her sinter Miss Mlie Andrews ant III will leave Friday night/ for Gra- great GainStarl
.1 I Sunday. Mr. Tommiu Hewitt, of Luke Butler am proved themselves
Mr. Cuyler Wilkorxon Jr., viiitnd Mr. and !Mrs. H. Clark and (laughter :Mr. R. E. Dell> left for Green Springs Be ready then to in their true American ,. Bai
Mr. H. (I. Mcl'horHon Sunday Mrs Edgar: Summers, of Ellis mt Tuesday! morning to be gone for put patriots. tie;
? Mr. Ifornco Starling visited Diaxa. vlllc, were in town Sunday. The few woeks. He has been Rick for
villa Sunday; were called' to the !bedside! of their uite a while. We hope the trip will =

1\frs. I,. W. Wilkinson und two rhil-I, daughter, ;Mrs. N. E. Taylor, who 1 Ir rove beneficial to him and that he Invest in r ,
dren and Miss! Alice I'rellcott'i Liberty Bonds
seriously ill. 'ill return restored to health for Your
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ilr*. ii'o.. WilkinKon Saturday.: I'' :Mr.' Louis. Shriver of Brooker, whc The :M. W. A. camp cf Lake Butler Little Ones .U.JIl. .
blunter Brownie Bennett, of I.U\\tl'Y, is stationed at ill
'amp Johnston, was r give! un ice cream upper next
Wall vinitinir, Master Kllis: Starling visitor to \'orthin.ct. Sunday.Mr. Vodnesday a . : ewterre
I night, April 2-lth, at the : THIS SPACE PAID ,
r' thin wpt'k.Mm. Kirkland Iamb of Gainesville faxonic Hall, the FOR AND CONTRIBUTED
proceeds to go trHo > .. . By. M and I
II. II. human visited! l her son, I
visited his parents Saturday and Sun sick I,(>npfit. A noted lecturer will >
Clarence Hudson, and family Satur 'iluy.'' nonk on fraternalinm. Music will br roWIpJant

Anyone having nny news items for urnished! by the local orchestra. I'
day.Mr.. L. W. Wilkinson expects to lethe publication, please hand to the cor- Rev G. W. S. Warp of! BRADFORD IJlllpe
owner of ft new Ford car In the respondent, early In the week. .n, was in our city last COUNTY BANK mop
'w near future. Let'a se who gets. the Mi.ts Pearl Hall of Flan. worthing'I' pith Galn

first ride JOHNSTOWN NOTKS.: ing her sister, Mrs. 'Vr.,. Bradford ,
Mr. und Mr*. K. I). Mont-ley, of !Mr. E. W. Hays makes his. County's Financial mow ,
a, Starko, are here visiting Mrs. Moselcy's Johnstown, April 16.-Tho farmery t ouncement this week in the T( Siron8hoid'd''lr' :oat

i : parents, Mr. and Mrs. James i in this section are glad to see the g roph. na a candidate toe an'j STARKE, FLORIDA .fnepe.f th 1!




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