Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 3, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04653
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__ I I a 1 Ibrrtr hued
Largest Graduating
I George Powell, son of :Mr. and :Mr.. i: '+"- Colley, Lois E.lwnrds1111'1:
( R. S Powell' of Starke, has been in History of j i <>\'11.I .

France fill'i several months. He hut u Girls. Nine l I' High: School Play, "Program of the
X yat HIM! .IM; !lends' here who will be intorstid .. Annual Commencement of the '
<- in' the following letter receivedi I :: High: School." j.-
i rorn linn loll Sunday : SERMON BY DR. Class Motto, "Me: for n Diploma."

France. March '.'7. HilS.J. ADDRESS BY DR. I ( 'I.IMH flower'/ I'llltibiiry'g Best. r
:\ E: S;. :Matthews Class Animal A Pony.

St.irko. Fla. CliiHs Color, Light Tan.
BY" ( :
i :My Doiu Sit': Salutatory, James Simbol Jannry_
i 1 1 hiivc. BEAUTIFUL) \ \ \(' : t Totnlinsoti.
juMt received a copy of tho
Telegraph and you have no idea )how IMJ: FEATURES: ; ESHIIJ"Pies": Ctmst.mce Smith.

I| glad I .IK to see the home paper still BREAKING: : (; :: : '" Mitcbell. .
: again/ We letters )I'rdion, "I'lio Autobiography of '
i get from our homo *
folks hilt they don't give us news EACH: NKilir.( I : ... ..'"-Daniel Webster. l'IIIY- .,

from the outside like the paper. I { Fryer. .
I wish, I \\ as iible to thank you enough The most surceHnful' )' Song; "In the Days I Went t* l
i for your kindness in remembering u tory of the Bradford <>,, "=Tom .lone*-John Powell.
s } boy so far from homp.Bl'lng School; bus just closed Essay; "W'd"illllI"-\III1II1: Muilo

a soldier in France is quite being held in the school : -.Anna Ciinovn. ,,'
r different from the home kind. We havea I Sunday: !Monday, and ion, "Life"-Claudine (Culver.
'I- If lot to do here that a soldier at home ings. i/4/ Knight.

never dreams, of. Things that wo I On Sunday evening u ; "Hair, Hats and Clotlics" i
would lit-- glad: to tell you but the censor '('lice gathered to hear : Corrigiin--Florence Matthews
is very particular about letting reate sermon preached by Poem and Class: Prophecy-
anything leak out and we have to Keep I Fryer, rector of St. ; ,' Alt-nit Whe-l'1co'C-t:1I11: May

quiet. church, Sturke.! The /<. t 't ,
I As for our treatment, we have the rendered<< by u large, Song. r
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--- - -, Very best. Have been quartered in "SUtr Spangled Runner," (' of I Diplomas-Prcsi- '
very comfortable billets all ment of the Board
winter Sung und "All -Wilbur Scott.
Top Row, left to right-Allen Canova, forward; Gus Beasly, forward S. S. Dowling Harold I and thus far this spring. At times we Banner." & ,' -!Misses Kathleen Alvarez
; manager; 11 have pretty fold weather but Mr. Jam in Speer.
{Wall, center; C. Beasly, forward. just: as Fryer delivered a t
soon UB it was possible we sermon the
were put on subject Tuesday evening the graduation
Lower Row, left to right-Pitt Tomlinson, sub-guard; Raymond Speer captain in mart comfortable billets and no His text wall found in / were held. The stage was
guard James Kickliter
[guard. ; one suffered from the cold. Our food chapter und 5th verse, dccorfited in class colors
has bettt good all the time and we mind in you which was I) hanks of elegant hot house corn".

. -- cannot help but feel Grruteful to tilt JC8UII." \.. bl'8illl's nlllnv. "...."tir,1_... _. .."......n.
noble people in the states who have On Monday home .n "--'I-H-
evening u grown flowers all of which
(LIBERTY" LOAN MEETINGS ;: MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES LOCAL MERCHANTS SHOW gone orde without certain articles of foodin gathered in the Spiiits"Y been sent complimentary to the
we could have the high school '
plenty. play and graduates, whoso
WERE LARGELY mimes are us
ATTENDED I WERE LARGELY ATTENDED I THEIR PATRIOTIC SPIRITWILL Our clothing also has been well looked sical recitals drills und :

after Uncle Sum saw to it that by Mrs. Hughes' music Martha Fripp und Jessie
1RAUFORD COUNTY PEOPLE :MRS. BAlm AND\ ATTORNEY POP- every man hud! an abundant 'l
CO-OPERATE FULLY WITH supply of er pupils of the school. ",, Messrs. James Kicklitt, Wil-
SHOWED KEEN:' INTEREST:' IN:' I! I'ELL PAID BEAUTIFUL TRIB- THE FEDERAL F'OOfD. every thing: to make him us comfort- | Thu surge was Scott Augustus Beasley, Charley

SUCCESS OI o' WAR I UTE; TO HEROIC DEAD able bhort us ]>o Hiblu. If any man was with /palms, IIIOHH ]:; Shepard, Thomas, Raifonl Ep
I :MINISFRATORStuiko it was through his own cart'lcna- rOllC8.i ,,", Raymond Sjifer" Allan Cano
Ii ness and! not tho in 1 i The
i men charge. Tak attractive and )/ Clifford. Tatiiin. '
The Liberty Bond meetings held In j I The Baptist church was filled to merchants have given evidence ing everything into consideration wo tumes und 1 the 1 perfect "" intervals during the evciiiriif
trad ford county last ....week beginningt 'overflowing with an appreciative audience of their willingness and desire have gotten along. fine. The health of parts taken by inch ( nelectioiiH by the orchestra,
Lawtey Thursday afternoon and on Friday afternoon to listen I j to conform strictly to the rules and. the men has been goo.!. There bus great credit upon those club and music class were ren
losinK at Ruiford :Saturday: afternoon, to the beautiful Memorial Day exer- I! regulations. of the National Food Ad- been vtry little kicknuuii among the t them.Following. .
ere everywhere largely attended, amihe ., cises. I I ministration. At n conference culled menu"I.. . --.-..,,-,,-, thur....-. .;. ... ..'..".... 'V L.', UI.. i is the ' following splendid cHHuyn wei ,
people showed the keenest interst Mrs. A. V. Long, vice /president of |* for last Friday night by J. I':. Futch, work to do.) ,< was carried! out: ' l>y members of the gradual Y
i what the speakers had to say with the local chapter U. I D. C., opened/ the / recently appointed County Food Adminj"trutol' We will all be glud for till day to 1 O)>l'nilll'hul'UII/ I class:
efcrence to the war and the war 'meeting and :Mrs. Sara L. Hamrick, only two food dealers in come when we can return to thu,3tultM Avvliken thu !Morn"- )(. Finished' Tu.iU". -James Kick

ana being floated by our government. chapter historian, conducted the exercises town were absent, find! one of these but there is not an American hero Ruby 1'cippcll, Florence, I I t ,
( At Lawtey a large/ crowd greeted. "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" was was out of town at the time. Those that wants to leave before uur job is Anna Canova, Doris : ; \' Our Dreams., Come True"1 --
Jieutenant Humphrey and Mr. Arthur sung with ('nthusillsmlftl'r which present! voted unanimously to co-op fully completed' 1 believe they would! f Powell, Ailt'i'M Alvare/, I : Martha' Fripp.
<-ep.< At the close of the meeting 'Rev. W. G. Law led in )prayer. erate fully with the Food. Administra all rather work every day, wilh neveru 'IIMI, Ella l !May Long./ ' l'lIt I Dny Opportunities"-

Irs. J. D. Randall entertained them : "Ile Are Little Soldier Men" wis ;: tion. They also pledged themselves day off if it would bring this awful ': 1'iano 'li'io "i'layful Scott j
dinner anj they were driven over sung by the tots of the kindergartenclass. I j I not to sell any flour during the present war to u close one day uouiicr. I'' Misses !Moss Leviton ) ) !! Call of the Future-Augus/\
Starke by Mr. W. E. Torodc, nr- week, which is known as "Potato know I will be glad to /get (buck to our j'Ruth I'opprll.' 1I1'" It..... v

iring here at 8 o'clock where u largo ] Little Miss Iris Epperson rendered I Week" or "'...hclltlells Week." good'! old state of sunshine, for I've I! "What Will You Take -' I I I ...,I D. J. I Miocker, I professor of phil.

fen air meeting was held on Call' a piano solo and :Miss Olive Ray's If is iinil'it-ttf'ttil that...n. nu Mi. 1.. ._.+.....h. i.ill.. ... hud enough( snow and rain Hud Home ilv !' "-lluhv !Iliiviu.. + ut Hll't..CH' flr.ivl'rllitv.. ,I..liv..r.
eet. The meeting here was ad- primary pupils sung, "The Good Old i mnke an effort nt once to organize n mow yesterday. Looks like it never I riunu Trio, "N'>I"'III'"' : { rlhqIii'/ | 'iit and inspiring; ; ;address;; ;
eased by Hon. A. V. Long and by U. S. A." merchants association to embrace nil will stop. I Kpperwon: Margaret ", //1' subject, "The Resources of the
jBssrs. Keep and I!ul11ph rE'Y. Messrs. < Mrs. N'elle Hughes gave the pathet I food dealers in the county. Thanking you again for your most retie Floyd. Stliool Student."

fng and Keep made stirring patri ic reading, "Cover Them Over With I In opening the conference welcome I paper and wishing you and I Chows "In Mad \ C.' L Peek In a neat little xpceih
"c addresses, and Lieutenant Hum-I! Beautiful Fowers." I niA'htIr: Futch mode a fine address Friday the Telc-rruih" | | the best of luck, I remain Ruth 1'oppell, Fannie "-. the diplomas to the grad(
rcy told of the great war that i U,j| \1'morilllllddrl's5: was dcl.vercj!: appealing to the patriotism of those \ ours sincerely I Siipp" Frances Colley, : and the certificates of promo
'tig waged.I beyond the Atlantic. -11" GEORGE l: R. POWELL. Ilililu Bryan !Mary (' to tin-
by 1 the talented speaker, Mrs. T. I.. ''. present to uphold the hands of the High School. Those sue
,aks from long experience having Headquarters! Jh-t., 117 Keg. Engrb.: :Manning, Isla 1'oppell. " .
Burr who is a member of the W. 1'Veeks' government in its efforts to win the I completing the grammar
be over early in the war with the: American Expeditionary; ,Force.lluy 1'iiino Solo-Kul( > I Davis
.' \ Chapter, U. D. C.. and the war, and the unanimous vote for I '. I Ihrrty hand_ y course' were Augustine Icing
,gntlc.ent! army sent by_ the Domin- ,daughter of veteran.. Mrs. Barr hearty co-onprntion shows that his 1 I Chorus, "J-x"el'il'lIec": Steams, Harry Canova, Paul
of Canada to help stifle the lust said that Memorial dogs are for the words did not full on deaf cars. CIVIC CLUB MKEIINUThe ; :; ( JoluiH, Jessie Mae Baisden'! ; I and Orvillo Griflls.

the German Empire for world con- recall and proper perpetuation of such -Bur a Liberty Bond- pi'rHon Vivirettu Floyd, .; ;: the four pretty little, flower
I noble incidents noble minds would STRONG .\IIIIIHSIAIII::'\ HY Civic Club will meet next Wediic.Hcl.iy Margaret Livingston, Nellie ([ /had presented I their offerings to
afternoon, nt I a o'clock "Where .'
Friday morning :Messrs. Humphrey ut the Do We Go '
cherish. She spoke; of DR. DANIEL: J. an
highly I KLOCKER impromptu
the men
home of :'ol 1\. /. ) recep
Keep spoke at Hampton to'a largo who. wore the blue and the part they'' The rs. Adkns on Walnut ! Boys-Lois Edwards; and I held on the stage, many mem
commencement address street. All members(
vd. Hampton citizens celebrated '' delivered are urgently I'iano Duet "Pure us
(: played and paid tribute to her father of the audience/ coming forward 1
norial and Tuesday evening to the graduates asked to. be present. Among
Liberty Day by giving Young Nellie Mott.
j who was a loyal, brave and them on Ux
of comple
Icnic A bountiful dinner was Confederate soldier. She thl'nI I' Bradford County High School portant business to be transacted I "In the Lund of Love"-! f their high school
by Dr. I). J. Blocker, of S'tetson University be mentioned the following. im-I course
ad under the oaks in the businessIct spoke in honor of the Confederate : and Chorus. -lIu x Llbtrlr llonil-
l flag,
of the town and the day was was one of the strongest ever of dues; plans (at helping with "Honest Injun.-Irm. 1
told how r
i it fell in but
sorrow, not in i heard here. His Red Cross your Liberty Bund! today-to.
subject und
was, "Tha Plans for the
n over to work for the Loberty others.
shame and paid tribute to its Saturday in the
statesmen Resources of the Thrift I lust day for
d issue and Red Cross. ; ( High School Student Stamp campaign 1'iuiio Trio "En; High
i departed soldiers and the veterans ." in the Third Liberty Loan.
ortly after dinner Lieutenant present. .spoke I of the_C nfed'rlcy's !- | Dr. Blocker: began his o
phrey and Mr. Keep left for .. speech by
csvillc where they addressed thet < (iisuanoeii armies, 01 the return j complimenting the teachers the people GIRLS I
: crowd in attendance at a Liberty '! and gave home of Father the Confederate Ryan's beautiful soldier the of Starke and tho graduates for BALL TEAM, BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. : I

celebration. They returned to splendid showing made by the

ford county Saturday morning', ,,story spoke of a land of the built unity upon now ruins.existing She ''school. He also spoke in complimentary I .. ... ..... ___ _ __._= I I
king at Lake Butler at 11 o'clolc terms of the speeches of the grad

it'Raiford at :3 in the afternoon untp .
oth of these places several hun-I'do-scribed He next spoke of the five agenciesof 11- ,

\people were in attendance, show- chilirntmn, which were the home,
which was a tribute to the Bradford the school I
hat, their citizens are alive ti: vocation the state und the
task their county men of 1917-18 who have given church and the relation of each of
ver government may
n them for. their lives for their country. Col. these to life. That the underlying
'j I'opprll spoke eloquently of these fine id!"a of home was obedience; the school),
-- -Ituy Liberty BonJ
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young men who have made the supreme -, dl'vl'lopmpnt'oca;j tion. intcrdepcnI -
(PLANE PASSED NEAR sacrifice for their country and
I or dependence of one
upon another -
| of for the bereaved
our deepest sympathy I ; tho state, justice; and the
i i parents and other relatives. church righteousness.The .
six years ngo the Telegraphed Col. Poppell gave the following list of I speaker' next made the point ,
the prediction that within a Bradford county mm who have Iliel. that! success tIpnpfinnfl linnn ideas And

ears we would sea airplanes I either in camp or in service i ii i ideal and( that ideals meant- ideas plus ,

r over Starke with passengers ]i Sidney Bielling, R. A. Dukes For- ,. "pep," or poise, efficiency, power to 1
(.from the North to the winter rest Shallar, Irvin :Minton (Ira" McKinney realize our ideals. The first thing. is 1
in South Florida. This has Othello Harden Herman Crosby 4 thought. The first" function of thought

ppcned yet, but on last Friday ;,; Alex Preston Harnage. | is the transformation of crude materials
Km the first plane to fly near |i -RUT A l.lherlr Rond- gathered by the senses into
made the from Jackson- CLi
f. trip
:Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez left :Monday for knowledge. Another function of
the dis-
:Miami where she will attend the state ( thought is organization of knowledgeso
i 50 minutes. The return tripe
that it
he used. Other -
may functions

convention of the Daughters of the
later in the afternoon in like
ConCclpl'Ucy.o.rrs.: Alvarez attends thought, are interpretation
this convention/ as registrar for the nnd implication. Among other pointed I
lane lake
passed over Kingslcy things he said was that the studen'
Florida division and aj delegatefrom
u ri
uthwesterly course and was can do no better than to
the \V. T. Weeks Chanter. empty his!
only a few persons in Stark; ;; pockets into his head.
Seen by a number of persons Buy a Liberty hoed Effort was next taken by the speaker
9t: of town.Bur 'I Kiah Thomas of Pukes; John I.. Thig- I' as a means of attaining our ideal.

a Liberty. Band pen. of Brooker; Jesse Thomas of He said that education is an ongoing "
MEN:' FOR ARMY DUTY New River. R. Daniel I'orsyth of process. The great" question with us :: J

Starke and Thomas Erving Dekle of t-hould lie what are we here for. Tho o ,i
r ore young men are to leave Lake Butler, have been summoned as best to this .,'W ,.
way answer In
aturday morning to join the alternates.The! U'L.. nut_ can._ .we_. uu. unu. wimt. question can we .ins?_, I

hey are to report to the Lori Local Board has instructions :o lie stressed the point that we think ..
Friday afternoon and he forward one man to Camp Sevier too much of dollars and cents and too Left
1 entrain Saturday morning. Greenville, S. C., on :May Gth. One or little of. character. lie concluded by to right- Lucile Tatum, forward; Florence Matthews, guard; Anna Canova, forward; Emma Pow. '

men called to fill this quo- '' the other of the alternates named making the statement that "to be" i.i ell, captain, center; Ella May Long, guard; Gladys Gardiner, forward; Cleo Mitchell guard Martha Fripp
I' .
above will be selected to go to Camp an Ideal and that the man who tries ; ,
|Pinkston and James Eddie Sevier. wins guar ,



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II, FRIDAY. 1\1.\\:1:t. HI I 1-

tUC.\'OIW ( "UNT'' _
rAGE TWO ... . '- --- - ---
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; _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _' _-= withstanding the enemy.- -A--foothold resisted desperately and it is d.claned, -
was gained in Locre Saturday by the that nearly the intinforce of (;.,(Oi1O'\ Must Cut Use
resorted making rebels l hy the Whit duuiil-; U.
I// enemy! and they arc
, [ Week's Summary of the WarIT" ready for another effort to drive the \VKDNESDVV: / |

l-'n-nc hnorthward. iocrc ana the n"a running northward separate Sellerpinbcrg Wants Peace With )Italy
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from !Mount 1 ()UlCe. These Again there has come a pause
FRIDAY I iMMipi in a counter stroke south of two heights are links in the chain of the battle of Flanders, where the battle Of Wheat by One-Half

)'Iandt'r'Jtllin Scene of Itatlle I -:Submarine ; t tli". Soinmc from Villers-Kretonncux hilh running west! from Mount Kem I ground everywhere ia covered with

Bust Huid a :SucresaFlandcTH .o south of Ilunganl. The Germans mel and the German purpose evidently the gray-clad bodies of German dead,

of the were driven back all along the line and is to drive the French before them and the British and French holding
i is the
: again scone
,mont furious fighting raged in the vil- and take the elevations by flank move
full tide of battle. Against Kunimcl securely to all their position |
age of llangard, the western quar- ments. until well into :Monday -
and other hills forming the protectingbastion 'ir' of which is now held by the French In I'icardy there has been no activity From Saturday Arnim's forces I Consumed 42,000,000 Bushels
to the plain east and north of night! (;Jen. von ,, America Monthly
outh of the Luce the French also ,
Ypres. the Germans are hurling thou- except by the artillery, the German continued their efforts to break the
r gained l enemy positions and the fighting cannon being active on the front salient and I Must
Bands of troops. Standing on their very British lines on the Ypres I From Now Until Harvest Use
second defense line und with Mont goes on. east of Amiens from Villers-Breton- to press back the Hritish and Frenchto
This success was aided greatly: by neux to the Luce river. The French the
their the the southwest, but everywhere
: Kemmel Btill in possession I
the fact that the British hud 21,000,000.
recaptur Only
British are l lighting tcnciously. Villers-Bretonneux, The official announcement last Wednesdaythat efforts were fruitless. True, they had I
make Thursday. American troops are now aiding their objective and again cup-
Unable to appreciable progress gamed
lighting in and around Villers-Brcton-
I ngainht the defense of the Rrit4 the British and French in holding up tured Lone, but a counter attack forced I L
r the scene of battle in the war
neux. u
the German advance toward is
ish French and American troops on con- them out again.In .
4 I I
of 1870 will be notable for two things.In firmed in an Associated Press dispatch northof PERSON IS 1 POUNDSOF
; the line south of tho Somme in Pi- German tunks the hilly region just to the RATION PER
it British and met
the hill attacks to direct from the new American posi- l.ocre the British also pushed back
t l'llrdy enemy swung ,
for the first time and the Germanswere
the northern battleground. As on the enemy at several points, notably WHEAT WEEKLY
worsted while British
infantry The German artillery is most activeon
Wednesday his first assaults on the 7- between Kemmel and' La Clytte.
mile front from Dnillcul to Kemmel to wearing gas masks for probably the the Toul sector, keeping up an intermittent :Much of thu snap of the German
first in attack retook the village
time an -
Wytschaete were successful and the fire against the American attacking forces has been absent from
from the Germans who had hurriedly positions. It is believed the Germans for Greater Sacrifice Here-Allied
:. allied troops were _compelled! to giveI I the maneuvers they have been carrying Military Necessity Call WM
donned masks under u hea-
gus .
i r" up thfir first line defenses. vy attack of gas shells. hope the by this movement show of American activity to prevent out in Flanders under the stilfener Bread Must Be Maintained-Our Soldier and
The tactics of switching attacks is men
line of the entente troops.
General Kudcliffe, director of military to the northern of Have Full Allowance
part western to
I Sailors
not new to the Germans and was persisted To the south near Amiens and to
operations at the British war office ,
In by, them in their vain attempt front. the east around Noyon the enemy likewise ;
; to capture Verdun two years UKO. After anticipates an enemy Dispatches from PctrograJ and :Moscow has failed in all his attempts to ,
successful both on a bigger scale than yet attemptedin each dated, Tuesday, last, give no
the first lunge on forward. The British
u great effort to break the junctureof indication of the push farther I to furnish! the Allies with the necessary
revolt proper.
aides of the Mouse the enemy tried l to reported in I cast of Villers-Bretonneux, which lies If we are
the lIritish and French armies. He Pctrogrud on behalf of tho former ; maintain their war bread from now until
train his objective! by attacking first 'directly east Amiens, have advanced lion of wheat to the
thinks this the line from
will fall
on the right bank and then on the Arras to the Somme.on Fighting will Grand Duke Alexis Mikolaievich. The their front and l in the Noyon sector the next harvest, and this is a military necessity, we must reduce

Apparently the Ormans; are now continue through the summer and manpower Swedish newspaper correspondents in French have reestablished their lines our monthly consumption to 21,000,000 bushels a month, aj
trying the method by alternating Finland continue to report rumors that of about '
same reserve will bring victory. General Alexis which the Germans hud previously against our normal consumption 42,000,000 bushels,
!between 1'icardy and Flanders in has been proclaimed emperor captured from them. I of normal consJmption. This is the
Foch, according to General Had- and that the or 50 per cent. our situation -
new will
government not '
out attempts the to reach salient.Amiens and wipe cliffe, still has the allied reserve army be l bound by the Bolsheviki-Germun The Germans on various sectors of (: as set forth by the U. S. Food Administration at Washing.ton. .
Ypres the line are still hurling tons of steel i
almost intact. distribution to the
It is Reserving a margin for army and for
peace treaty. declared disorderswere .
It is not improbable the Germansmay the British and French posi- :
I There indications that the against
are no
general consumption
; reported in Russia leaves for
be making strong attacks on vital relations Thursday. tions, but the allied l guns are (' special cases, approximately
between Holland and Ger-
Meanwhile] the Germans and white of wheat products weekly per person. The Food
: HfctorB in un endeavor to cover ad. I where answering them. \'t'r-I 1 /2 pounds
many are any nearer a guards arc rapidly approaching the statement continues : Many of
preparations for an ctfoit Homo place I justment. The leaves of absence in While the present halt in the Administration's our consumer

; else, but is is Hifrnificunt that they the Dutch army and I navy have been Russian the dissolution border of north the of red Petrograd and tie possibly may indicate the near approach I, are dependent upon bakers' bread. Such bread must be durable

have attacked on the most important suspended while it is reported the said not to be far oft. guard revoltis of the throwing into the fray and therefore, requires a larger proportion of wheat products

V y sectors on either battle front. Dutch government is taking certain In Trans-Caucasia the Turks of the great reserve army which (Gen.I than cereal breads baked in the household. Our arrm and
south of tho Somme the Germans con- } orb has gathered that such is the
military measures. The German press tinue their forced occupation of territory navy require a full allowance. The well-to-do in our populationcan
I p ; have been driven from the high has taken up the cudgels against Holland ceded in the Brest-Litoesk intention of the supreme commanderof make greater sacrifices in the consumption of wheat
ground and village of Villers-Breton- peace the allied forces has not become !
and threaten the little country, treaty and the of Kar.s. uppai'ent. than the In addition our populatIOn
report capture products can poor. in
neux by the British, with the loss of It ii not improbable, however,
alleging that German patience is almost -
Guns to the number of 8tiO( taken districts where the other
were agricultural cereals
the are
Further ainm-
( 00( prisoners. south they hold exhausted. that at meeting: of the inter-allied
r Ihmiriird. On this front heavy artillery I Constantinople says. war council in Paris Wednesday measures dant, are more skilled in the preparation of breads from these

4 duels arc in progress. I SUNDAY The controversy between Holland having in view the tUI'nlnof! other cereals than the crowded city and industrial popu auung.
:. 4 Americans wounded in the tiffhtinKni and Germany, it is reported] unoffIcially the tide of the battle will be I
It IIi i. l<',*>h unMiki from Ifllnnrnrrl \\ilh "Hacks to the Wall' British Halt in a dispatch- to London has been __n', ,_ .1._ .,,_.........:.._... upper- I _ With improved. transportation.. conditions. we now ha\ .nail.
: to' (:;;;h'II-\I';;;; ; ; in "Paris.;; :"'''-' I Huns in forward Plunge settled by Holland agreeing to the lOW"In nil Ill lII"the U''IU''Ull various war theatres except I able a surplus or potatoes. vv e aiso nave in the spring months

In the Woevre near KeBnieville, five By one of those "back to the wall" transport of sand anil gravel through the western the situation remains a surplus of milk, and we have ample corn and oats for human

miles northeast of iSeichprey, where stands. for which they have been famous Dutch territory from Germany; to Beljium. relatively calm so fur as fighting is consumption. The drain on rye and barley, as substitute" has I

General I't-rshinK's men were attacked I in this war the Franco-British In yielding to Berlin's demands. : concerned. All along the front in already__ greatly exhausted the supply of these grains.
the Dutch I _
forces have the situation the government is understoodto
heavily last Saturday' the FrenchhavinK saved in Ilaly 1'<'('ipl'ocIII.ombal'dm01nt\ continue. To meet the needed saving or wheat cent.. of the average month i unt
t repulsed a strong German at Ypres sector from turning into an immediate have stipulated that the amount of I we ore wholly dependent upon the purchased la the four month i I' or to

tack. The enemy (gained a footing in big success! for the Germans sand und gravel, used in making concrete Macedonia; the Serbians in the voluntary assistance of the American March 1.

advanced elements but the French line after the' loss by allied forces of the must be limited and cannot be I region of Monnstir again have enteredan people and we ask that the followingrules 5. Manufacturers using ", hra' .products -

' was later re-established. dominating peak of Kemmel. used for military purposes. Humors enemy position annihilated the ,I shall lie observed : for non-food purposi" 'I.i ,uld

Complete success, it is authorita- Had the enemy been able at once to' in the Hague are that Foreign Minister I I garrison. They have also been successful 1. Householders to use not to exceeda cease such use entirely.

tively announced, attended the dramatic develop his success in the Kemmel the Loudon will of the resign us n result of in repulsing! attack by Bulgarians I total of l',4 pounds per week of 0. There In no limit upon 'he use of

and courageous raid into the I sector ns he attempted to do, the result passing diplomatic crisis.TI'ESDAY / which had as its object the wheat products per person. This other cereals flours and nf ira.

German submarine base at ZcebruKRC probably would have been disastrousto : recapture of positions near Veteresk.The means not more than 1% pounds of barley. buckwheat, potato II., ir, et
The enemy, it is said, will be compelled the allied troops in the Ypres sec 1 emperor-king of Austria-Hun- < \ .clory bread containing the required cetera.

for some weeks to use Ostend us abate tor. The British, however held firm Herman 'fr) in// Desperately, For Hill gary is again reported in Swiss1 advices percentage of substitutes an,! one-half Many thousand families thu"'ichoiit

and the British then can deal against the attacks which lasted all 1'0' lti..nround Ypres to be holding out the olive branch pound l of cooking flour macaroni, the land are now using no i i ,114.

more easily with the German warships day yesterday in the neighborhood of Throwing in thousnnd of new troopsthe <>f pence-this time in the direction of crackers pastry! pies. cakes. wheat ucts whatever, except .i \.i' c' iii

r find I submarines. The channel Voormezeele:: two miles south of Ypres Germans; are making a desperate Iltlll)'. Ho is said to have appealed to breakfast cereals all combined. amount for cooklnpun". 0> n Tt

.. I at Zecbrtitfxc was blocked and much and thc, French were equally firm in effort to drive back the allied lines inFlanders | Italy to consider the proffer in her I' 2. Public fiitlnx places and, clubs to Joins In /health, d"C''
( so perfect 'IItloo. ><
dunmtro duitu to the enemy defenses defending the line in the sector of nnd capture Ypres und the I own interests. | observe two \\lieutle.s. days per week, There Is it f
and shipping.A Lot-re, west of Kemmel protected, by I hill positions in the southwest. ;Many -Hur a Iturly Ilimd'PKKACIIIM < Monday nnd Wednesday as at present. no reason '

change! of wind prevented I like the heights of Mont Rouge and Scher- attacks in strong force aided by powerful .' / : ; AT I.\I K E: CKNKYA.Through ; In addition thereto, not to serve to the cook American la their own people housi wlm" ir' i o

success at Osteml the Germans; discovering pcnberg. artillery fire, have boon futile anyone guest at any one meal an
I subsist perfectly well will 'II.! ''
; Ihe raiilers .before they had Thus the en'my111 brought to a and the allied soldiers i arc standingfirm the kindness uf Mr. Hunt aggregate of brcndstuflfs. macaroni
I'IS1Il'at tItan <-
time to begin their allotted tusk. The standstill for the time being and Saturday while inflicting severe ]losses on ; :'[1'. Kennedy and ;Mr. Uoler'on. section cnukers pastry pics, rakes, wheat products "i .
half and
importance of the raid i il4 shown by l11ot'nindi,1! not bring with it the enemy. master! on the G. S. & F. railroad. breakfast cereals containing a total pounds a week ",* l III

the fact that Emperor! William vi.sit-: the resumption of his infantry attacks Against the British around Voormozeclo -I I was carried to Lake Geneva lastSunday of more than two ounces of wheat ask the well-to-do housed -

: f'cI l Zcebruggc immediately to ascertain lie was assumed to he preparing for and the French in the region of afternoon on their motor car flour. :No wheat products to be served country to follow this .idili, "re-"Ie
In order that we u '
the damage which Berlin insists was a renewal of the assault, however Locro the Germans; are making their in company with a large number of unless specially ordered. Public cot- gramme ,. while the Anglo-French) forces were heaviest strokes but each assault has I I other friends. The people were look- lug establishment!) not to buy more, the necessary marginal 'ii <; or
i in reported that the vice admiralin for than six pounds of wheat products for those parts of the commumi-\ -- "' "
establishing themselves! more firmlyfor been thrown back brilliantly. Especially ing us and the school building was
command at Zecbrugge has been the defense of the hill positions bitter is the fighting in and filled to its utmost capacity with earnest men ninety meals served thus eon- to adapt themselves to so IIIIKI "> proportion

: dismissed. lying back of :Mount Kemmel at whichit around the villages of Voormezeclo, worshippers. Even the windows forming with the limitations requested of 8uhstiutes.,

is stated Gen. von Arnim, commanding and Locre, which are still h Id by the and doors were filled l. nnd l a number I i of the householders. In order that we shall t>f > to

SATUKDVY the German army in the Ypros British and French. had to remain standing during all the' 3. RetaIler to sell not more than make the wheat exports thai ib

: Mont Kemmel Falls Into German POMRCHiiUin sector will next strike. From the IL'-miie front between service. It was a profitable hour, and one-eighth of a barrel of flour to any solutely demanded of us to ", ,'uln!!

. -Serious> Blow to Allies The next day or two probably will Baillcul and Zillebcke the enemy hasextended all seemed to enjoy it. The sermon 'I town customer at any one time and the civil population and soldli"<' >.' 'tot

Fighting of the most desperate kind decide whether the allied commandwill 1 his attacks to the north of was a patriotic discourse. :Many expressed i not more than one-quarter of a barrelto allies and our own array we ;IP< 00'0

attends the German attempt to enlarge attempt to cling to Ypres and the Ypres against the Belgians along the their endorsement of its stateT.L.Z.BARII. any country customer at any one to supplement the voluntary ce.. 'p ration

I ] on the capture of :Mont Kem salient_ .. which. encircles. . it in.. the face Yser. He is meeting with no more ments. ft... : I i _time__..,._..and._ _."L.In no... .L cane_ uL to _sell. vtbeat ., of. the L L'pubJIc L. _by__a. further___ .'u' imitation .,._
mel. on the Flanders front as the or tne threat to tne immediate rear success here than elsewhere in Flan- 11 i>u7 a lorny lionS ervuucL. WI"'UU we SRIC Of 110 equal ot aistriouuon situ we Dill'' 'so'-

Franco-British troops strive to hold of the Ypres positions. The military ders, the Belgians hurling the Germans TilE BEST TESTIs weight of other cereals. at once restrictions on dlstrlt tOSS

the enemy in check. On the vital sec situation in Flanders as a whole does from positions they had occupied 4. We ask the bakers and grocers to which will be adjusted from Um to.
tor of the 1'icardy front oust of Amiens not scorn to be a particularly happy by counter attacks. 'fhe Test of Time reduce the volume of Victory bread time to secure as nearly ell\III'II t.II' 'It,

the allied soldiers have driven the one, from the allied viewpoint. The Ypres is yet to be athicked directly Years ago this Htarke resident sold by delivery of the three-quarter trlbutlon as possible.! With th<' irrlvil

4 Germans from more of the ground scheme of the entente high command, from the east, but from the intensityof of good' results from told poun'I' loaf where one pound was sold of harvest we should be able ti. relax
however, It is pointed out, docs not using Doan's before and corresponding proportionsIn such restrictions. Until then we IIOk
gained earlier in the week. the enemy assaults south and south Kidney 1'ill.s.. Now Mrs. J. W.
The appear to lie particularly regardful of Andrews I other weights. We also ask bakersnot for the necessary patience, Sl:> 'rIOCI
fait of !Mont Kemmel is a serious west it is evidently the Germans' desire confirms her former
blow to the security of the salient the map except where vital positions most to take the hill positions there has been return statementsays of to Increase the amount of tlielr and co-operation of the dlstriuutlni
no the
? about Ypres, but to gain a complete are threatened and confidence is expressed west of Mount Kemmel.! To hold these trouble. Can Starke people ask for wheat flour purchases beyond 70 per trades.

.,- victory there the German must strike in the ability of the allies under hills would not only menace the entire more convincing testimony ? --
'1ui<-kly. This their unified leadership to ke'p' allied in Flanders and eastward I
they are trying to do position :'IrsndrpwK says : "I feel Justified TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR
while the allied troops resist strenuously. the situation well within their grasp. toward Dunkirk but would virtually in recommending Doun's

j'. While Kemmel's capture by In the south indeed below the Somme -'' compel the evacuation of Ypres. I used them for kidney complaint Kidney I'IIIK'1 NASTY CALOMEL

I ho enemy dors not mean the immediate new evidence has been given of' German progress. westward from I backache and they pro'ed'ery ,

I evacuation of Ypres, military observers the strength of the allied positions i iI Voormezeele would if carried to any ficial." Starts your Liver Without Making' 5i'oNvIu:

:. say, it doe.menace tho Brit- through the continued progress the ,depth won Id outflank the hill position Lulling Results

; I Ish positions then* and a further retirement I British have been able to make between west of Mount Kemmel, which must I Over three years later, Mrs. An- Yen Sick and Can-
'4 in the next few days: is not Villers-Brctonneux and Jlang- be taken separately. The attacks drews said : "The cure Doan's Kidney not Salivate.

I. unlikely. and l and the success of the French in against the French at Locre are an attempt 1 Pills gave me has been a lasting f'.srA8L1s/tlIJ
Southwest of again forcing their way into llangllrdvillae Every druggist in jeRN SEED /fOIlJ
.'" Ypres the Germans are to get between Scherpenbcrg 'I am just its willing to recommend this town-your drugpst ,
now on n line running(' from the northwest i and possessing! themselves! of and :Mont Houge, and outflanked( a* i medicine now as before." I and everybody's druggist has no IN /ZORC4ticed

of Boalleul through Lucre to La other valuable ground in this region./ was done at Mount Kemmel.! Held 1 by I Price 00 cents at all dealers. Don't a great falling off In the sale

Clyte and, eastward to the Ypres-Co- The Germans, as the week closed, were the French at Locre the Germans are ply ask for a kidney remedy-get of calomel. They all give the same _ _ ,ete
mince canal. Field 1 Marshal Huig l admits virtually no nearer their objective the : essaying frontal attacks against Scer- Uoan's Kidney Pills-the same that reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking ;;

a retirement along the canal and I allied base at Amiens than they were penberg and Mont Rouge, but these :Mrs. Andrews has twice publicly rec its place. LwnN 5UD @

Berlin clamis the occupation of St. i before their smashing! attack Wednesday also have been disastrous.On ommended. Foster Milburn Co., l'rops"I I "Calomel is dangerous and people

Kloi: two and one-half miles south of between the Somme and the Avre. the Picardy battlefield, where Buffalo ..:. Y. (;3)) know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone Is Bond-
I a,,, !Jberty
Ypres. American British and French 'Buy perfectly safe and
Berlin MONDAY: / troops a Liberty Bond gives better results __________________________________
alec says th': the prisoners i await the next enemy move, only the Chamberlain's Tablets I said a prominent ]local drug

, in the present Flanders battle have I German; Artillery Active American artillery has been active. The Ger- People everywhere speak well of gist. Uodson's Liver Tone is person.

1 increased to (i,.*>OD.) I :-t't'tor-Uevolt in Petrograd mans have not repented their local attacks Chamberlain's Tablets. If you are ally guaranteed by every druggist who

r Kemmel hill did, not fall without astruggle Another lull has come in the heavy against the French at Hangard. troubled with indigestion or constipation sells it A large bottle costs 50 cents, V

and it remains a monument I infantry fighting in Flanders, while Declaring that rumors of a changeof give them a trial. You are certain and if it fails to give easy relief in

1. to the bravery of a French regiment i the Germans; prepare for greater efforts government in Russia "do not sound to be greatly bcnetiittcd by them. e-.ory case of liver sluggishness and

which, cut off from the :allied line, held' to drive the British from Ypres altogether! improbable," the Berlin foreign -Adv. 5-3-ot. constipation, you have only to ask for _ _
out until surrroundcd on all tides i< by and westward toward the British office has asked the German am- Huj a Liberty Bond- yeur money back.

the Germans. The ultimate fate of the channel.! Only local fighting has been baR t 8ndor at Moscow to report concerning II. G. HARDING & ('0. JJodson's Liver Tone Is a pleasant-

French defenders fighting tremendous I in progress, but, indications are not disorders in Petrograd and the I tasting, purely vegetable
odds, it not known to the allies. Fran- lacking that the Germans! have not yet alleged monarchist restoration. According Byron, Ga. April 11, 1917. ,harmless to both children and adults.

co-IJritish troops attempted strong given up hupe of striking a crushing to reports received in Berlin Old Kentucky ;Mfg. Co., Take a spoonful at right and wake

counter attacks to retake the hill ,hut blow on the northern battlefield. the Russian constitutional democrat l'aducah, Ky. up feeling fine; no biliousness, !nick ______________

were driven back by the Germans whore Northeast and east of Ypres Field l'aderAliIllkotr, Guchkoff and Rod- Gentlemen : I ,headache acid stomach or constipated, .

using! nine divisions on u front of Marshal Haig has withdrawn his linesto zianko-and l General Alcxietf, former I h.-id cholera in my herd of hogs ,bowels. It doesn't gripe or .

about eight, miles. . Verlorenhook nnd Hooge and has Russian commander in chief. are in recently and begun feeding the B. A. I inconvenience all the navtI.. ..-.-cause i.-..,...... .Ii.._..,. I .ihI.... fond
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The uerman ntacK in the norm, unless given up famous hill Sixty, !south of Petrograd aiding in the restoration Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure and stopI I violent calomel.! Take a dose! of-3 calo - -

S it can gather much greater momentum Ypres.! On the south the British hold movement. Further reports on conditions ped losing my hogs at once. I was mel I today and tomorrow you will
feel _ _ _ _
does not yet threaten the Belgian Vormezeele after two days of the most! in Russia are lacking. losing from four to five each night un- weak, sick and nauseated. Don't '

line from Dixmude to the s'n. 'I bitter fighting/ so that the German V'iborg/ 73; miles northwest of Pet- til I began the use of this preparation. a day's work! Take Do
although: it does affect the British are still two miles from ruined Ypren. ogrnd, and the last stronghold of the I raise about 200 head of hogs per Tone instead and feel fine, full Of A

about Ypres. The enemy must nj- which is bring bombarded violently Finnish rebels, has been captured by year and never expect to be without I and ambition. vigor '
vance still further before the Belgians especially with gas shells. the government forces presumably remedy. fl-t--51A1 _
your __
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will IM compelled to give the his- From Vormezeelo
up westward thenhas aided by the Germans, who occupied Yours very truly,
; i I toric line of the Yser which they have been no fighting/ as was witnessed lelsingfors some days IIjI'O.: The Red II. G. HARDING & CO. Drives Out Malaria Build Up System ran ALl >vJ.

held for so many months. In the last week exaept around Loose Guards, who have hail the assistance For Sale by J. W. White & Son. of Tli OROVK'S..OM !AtiniUM TAsrtUJSS*ofrnl chill al..nlrthrntna i tallie 'V. WHITE &; SON

,-:'V Successes were gained by the allied [ where the French have been stoutly/ o! th Russian Bolsheviki government Stark. 5-3-5t. Mi' rU. richr t .the blood,nml Tt'C.d.55001 build* ptiw' sri.w Th!' Central Store."
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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918.
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NOW IN '. "From now on ('\..'ry'olllon must be
directly affected by n vast majority of
the activities of government" said CH&MBLRLii :
, , Senator: t'ulder of New York speaking.
upported by the Suffragists of ; an the floor of the United States senateon
the Nation and Staffedby March. 12. "If we are convinced r TABLETS
j that democracy Is sound In principle, It
Women.The we are determined to protect and I"'S'
r tend and perpetuate the system, must"'
first "all women's hospital" unito ;; : we not concede! to women the right and THIS is just what you need, madam. Many '
go to the front has must wn not ask thorn
arrived In to assume"' the who were troubled with indigestion a
I'an'e. This Is the \\'oln"n'lI'l'rR..,,, ''obligation of axHlstlng. to direct the ,
il Arnc'iicanVomun surrl'Uoo; As- "There are those who claim that thisIs '
1 ii-lutlon. no time. to consider 'the question\ of habitual constipation have been permanently cured I .
It Is n matter of special elation woman suffrage but the question of
mong siiffrH: ;lsts that this first worn- suffrage! lit this tlnu Is. lint only I the by the use of Chanlherlain's'I'ablets. Before using i

HI'S unit should; hove/ gene out from/ right'' of women hut It U nisi u quest these tablets they J felt mi.-er.ible and despondent.Now .
110 New York Iath' of
mary for \\ 01111'11DII tlon wartime efllclency for u romitr.i m
Children, the ''nstliiitlun founded itrniidliig In 'the throes i>f this they are cheerful and happy and relish their s.
by flu grout plea,. "-cr HunYiigUt (pin-si- ri'iii u "1'101 i wilt,
tan InKIlKiilielli; I'.lnrkwell In 1s:,|. ":II.." and') \\iinieti tixlay are randy. m meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter. I
''ht null wus' fll"1 11 II 11.\' accepted( \ !bye they hll\t, never IVen ready before. In
Fi--m. 1:0''II''lIt' In history to give thcm. < loul'l not l h. ul1'(0\ August.: It ........,.. ,..., .......... ".h... 9 rfl.1. v TIL - U *f'... .
( the L'tiltediovirnincut -" miiiiui 5 n t b ey I wbl iinueHl- 'llinidenroHi. -- 1 I "+
.... ,1LLU 0 ET r n j 1I
tales bemuse uomen art, Photo from Underwood A Und.rwoo4. for II11" which Is greater I ,
|ot eligible to the United: States MedIteserve Women's than personal\ gnln, a cause which. (
Hospital Unit Ready for Overcoat Service.In .
ul Corps' means freedom. to I the no rld. .
The director of the unit li Or. Cnro- this group are the doctors nurses motor drivers and "There, ore those who say ,Hint women ,
|ne Fin ley. who hall been In Frnncc II mechanics of the Women's Oversea Hospitals, U.S.A.all ready'' do not omit to vote ; that when -
| ace November. The unit's personnel, i to start for th '11- job in France. The hospital is directed by the they 1111\'"' the vote they do not use It.
Deludes seven doctors, UIIIOIIK whom I! National American; Woman Suffrage Association and is com- ,, "The fact Unit women do want the ::: i k
re gynecologists, Knerul iiurKeoiis. posed entirely of women. j jpltnls vote wan proteil by the Rlgnatiirp' of I III,

bbtetriclntis, niedicul prucllilonerH l.dlatrlchtn14. the -1,1):0.211'III"n: : now III the possession .III S Food .
l.// of the New York State Woman
radloloRlHt nil :otologist and dentist a buclerloglHt nil under which! the have title been of "The making Scottish history WOMEN'S' CLUBS HELP Suffrage Party. ,IIIS,1 Administration; Asks '

omen It also Includes women Women's. Hospltalx." I "Thltl011111 who hate Ihp011' S
Lines, aids, clerks dietitians, a phur- "What lirltlsh nufTi-nnlstH have done use It IK evinced by the fact that In I the circulation of 111111 t '
clot, mechanicians, chauffeurs and U. S. A. suffruitlsld can ilo," buys Mrs. THE WOMEN'S HOSPITALWomen's | no suffrage suite bus suffragit ever 1,1 recipes providing
f plumber. Charles L. Tiffany who chairman\ been regretted or revoked, after It once I J for( the use of corn and other coarse II IIill
.la addition to Doctor Flnley and the of the Advisory, Committee. Olh..rmt' I! was given to women ; that In every KUt.I 1111 1111It '
umber, the Muff members already In of the committee are })r. club throiiRliont; (lie country ( frage! state labor legislation has. ad- Hours to save wheat for our allies.
nce are: Dr. Alice Gregory, are becoming Interested In the I vanced with a steady and parallel I
who |
Pearce Bailey, Mrs.[ John C'laflln, r>r. '
RS been acting director In Doctor i Alice Gregory" Mr. K. C. Henderson plucky little hospital unit, stnflVd bywomen growth." The Calumet BakingPowder I'
Inley's absence; Dr. Anna van Shol-I I Dr. Samuel W. Lambert :Mrs. V. E\'- which has recently" nailed for lie, > liberty HonReasons< It J I
., Dr. Mary Lee Edward Dr. !Marce erlt" Macy, Dr. :Mary D. Hushmore, France to work behind the lines for Co. Complieswith
Formad. Dr. Olga Povltzky and Dr. I!I Mrs. Edwin, Thorns :Mr*. Norman de the restoration of women and children.
turn Hunt. i The Colony Club of New York city
lit Is expected that another con tin. '! n. Whltehoiifie !lrR. Carrie Chapman has donated n motor truck, and Snrosls niM'W War-Time Hecipt) Hook, containint.curcti -
(Tatt Dr. Mary Lee Edward, :Miss MAry I \ I
ent will sail nome time In March the oldest Incorporated womnn'sclub \ ot'spK-iulitl now recipts, compiled
nd that Garrett lIa)". Mr. Oimlavus' Town Kirby In the United States, has given a I .
other hospitals\ staffed by especially to meet wnr-tune economy JciuanJs.The 1
omen will go to the front In theme Mre. Philip Lyillg. Mrs. Ogden/ / present to celebrate Ira fiftieth birth-
of the National Suffrage! Agra Mills held, Mr John 1 I.. Wilkie, Mrs.: F. day. The present Is a $-G0O anthulance Why you should use I U. S. FoodAdministration III 'I
tlon. Suffragists of Great Hrltaln Louis Made and Mrs. Percy It. Tur- to go to France with the hospital Cardui, the woman's i
responsible for a chain of 11 hoc oure.I' I unit and run on errands of kindness tonic for your troubles, ,ICI 1
for the French children and th..lrI have been shown In Ill Writes
thousands of letters from Id tII
I mothers. Clvltan, a largo Brooklyn I P .
actual users of this medicine etIi'r
dnhhas presented another nnibiilnnce." who speak from Ilill II II under date of February mho 1- ()I1I.
I Both hear on their sides the legend: personal: experience. It illg; from the HOIIKl'.ciiii: "Women's Oversea HoKpltnls U. S. A.," the results obtained by I as .ful lows :- )//1/111'
i with the lied Cross und the emblem of other women lor so many 11'' j/ 1
; the .. years have been so uni j 'Ktcrv, .
""1,11111. formly) cood why not I uiiniiin whin pnniilcs I t Cur; her funily cnu help I ,
I A fitly bed hospital I will be Ftntloned give Cardui a trial? "II I, win the" 1 liv the WI-,. nii.l circuit I use of! wheat, II 1,
I behind the lines In one of the most moat, I t..t. il.nry priHlucts, awl, 'It.tar- \1 j
devastated areas In Jo'rnnel''hlle It Take II t \
I'I'I t{i .
I will ho at the call of the French WnrDeportment \ 'Hi: u.inulhrr! fat'1'". liiiltcr. ,lit ciinldnst. / ;
I for the rare of the tail l- 11\1(I Olln-r( fin-lilt l >rut| nl'tlic. t wlic/it III bread" ; '" dI ,
rury wounded. Its direct object.. Is to I CARDUIThe I Oilier" nioitx, Riicli us /ir/itTii', 'li-h iiinl |ioiiltry', a
build up the broken down women und I II or. t 1':11":! read, chci-sc, lo teiliiii: (lie ilfiii'inj i iI fIII
children who lm\o suffered from lade, I Jll/1 III I / l IM rl I, pd'I. oil, iiuiUi.n. 11'1 '
I of cnre during the occupation of their 'tt

towns by war forces.In I Woman's Tonic 'I "'I'lit-, .ipes In thin, goal, hove ,burn n-vlsnl to nirctlla'sc
u cablegram received from Doctor r rules. and the I \V"IIIIIII It.. usi-s I 11"111 will IM II II
Flnloy the dire need of the French I Mrs. Alary J. Irvin, ol I'' Uuin- her' |sari in helping. to run cut i ,. our host supply, //111
people, for the help to bo secured Cullen, Va., writes 1111 A
One of the Ambulance I Given to the Unit.I through the hospital Is set" forward Inn "About 11 years ago,: I L'c Calumet lIdlull| Powder m \Vtir-Tiiuo ri'i'ipcs. J II'Il //' -
DlnrlllnK sentence or two--"tJrent suffered untold misery /1
JFFRAGE SERVICE FLAG need for unit. Civilians token many with female trouble bear- !Il'Il' Tin: IDlY ;41\I! ) x.xvv .!11I'. : !! ); '
i miles for hospital treatment. Must du ing-down pains, head I
HAS SIXTEEN STARS. much surgery ; need specialists, nmbu- I j ache, numbness . I YOU SAVM: 11'111VUU 1It.IT I

i lance service lI'verllllll"p..nsurlpR." i would go for three weeks YOU SAVK: WIIKX:: YOn I'Sli IT IIY IIYIII
There" are now 10' slurs In the mif- M It will be recalled that the FreuehHigh I L
almost! bent double . ]
go service flag) The (lair hns! a Commissioner, Monsieur Tnrdleu, My husband went to Dr. WAR-TIME RECIPE nOOK !':
nter fleld of white BurromultHl l h>' a t was most hospitable" to the Idea of the IP J j
for Cardul . 1'rcc- send for it today
unit from the HI art. lit,
ep[ blue bonier mid Its' 1J( bin ycIlnwATS I
are In honor ..f 1U of the nssoitlon's -r Irl I- The fund for the upkeep of the hospital After taking about two I'll II
workers! who tire In act he was formally assumed by the :National p bottles: I began: going Calumet Baking Powder Co. 111}!
vIce In Franco bunion of the Ifl lire : I American Woman Suffrage! Association around and when 1 took 4100 Fillmoro St. Chicago Illinois
[{Miss Ilelotse Meyer of Miiqsiirhiiittn at Its forty-ninth nnnuiil convention three bottles I could do "
first auditor of the National I Washington, }). C", lait DCcember. all my work." E-80 fj L
4 A The hospital wax then adopted
Oman Suffrage: Aisorlntlon.J. I FOR FOR I as the association's "war habv." .;;;;;- -===- ..t;;.
Mr,. Horden Harrlnmn, member JUSTICE MERCY -
I the Congressional Committee of the r
tlonal Amel'lculI011I110 Suffrage, I WAR WORK OF NATIONAL AMER. I .

elation I ICAN ASSOCIATION WOMAN SUFFRAGE .. ....... -..... - .....,.- -.. .... -y- ....,-
[Miss Irene C. Boyd of the New York .... ...- -- .. "'-' - -- j. """

age Tarty. The National American Woman Suffrage N. T. RITCH, Pres. W. T WEEKS. Vice-Pre J. H. RITC1I, Caiiher
r. Esther Pohl-LoveJoy president Association of which Dr. Shaw
I the Oregon Suffrage Association: Is honorary president and Mrs. Carrie tr

tae Mary W. Pewson chairman of Chapman t'ntt Is president began Its. Bank
Etslntlve Committee of the MaiouUsetU work for the war by un offer of service I Bradford County

Woman Suffrage Association. to the government In February I.ii I
Iss Ix lo\lne I.P Moyne. publicity 1917. For the past' year the association -
Urmnn of the Fall Hirer Equal Suf- has had vigorous campaigns of ESTABLISHED 1889
ge Lenpue. I war service all over the country.
1188 Elizabeth" O. Blsaell of Duue The women of the suffrage association Bradford County's Financial Stronghold

corresponding. secretary of the have helped to take the military STAKKE FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
a Equal Suffrage Asuorlntlon. census.
llss Susan I'. Hyewon, former" corndlng They" have raised millions of dollarsof
secretary, Chicago! Kqunl the Liberty loan.
rage Association. They have worked for the lied
4I ass Henrietta Taylor of the Sufi Cross.
League of Pine Bluffs Ark. They did a nation wide work In
)r. Ethel Lyon preslilcnthe food.I production and food conservation
Galveston (Tex.) Equal Suffrage In 1917 and will do a bigger one In '
kiclatlon.HH 1918. When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.You 'VI

Elizabeth HMdlecnmbe, dcore- They" have now co-operated with should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.

of the Newport (N. IL) Suffrage other women's organizations work to raise The achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the banking
tatlon. an army of women to on farms. success
these malt be added four doc- They are carrying on an extensive business. "

heading the oversea hospital for work In Americanization" of the alien. Wo have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but more important
have committee on guard for
nee, backed by the National Amerl- They
Woman Suffrage Association, nnd equal pay and for the protection of HOW TO SAFEGUARD TilE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS /

Norman de It. \VhItehouse chalr- women In Industry. the Your money deposited in this hank not only works for you day and night, but owingto
of the New York State Woman They have pledged support to
rage Party on special mission._I work fur the children of the nation. our experience, it is SAFE.

Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable papers.

Condensed statement of the condition dot close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.
Do, Women Vote When They


p. At the Congressional elections In New York City in Loans and Discount 145924.96 Capital Stock paid in $2S.000.00United If f

|March, the first election of the new women voters, 90.8 State andtunlcIP..J! Bonds 14347.00 Surplus fundUndivided 10500.00

per cent. of the registered women voted and only 33.7 per Claim and Other Resource. 16186.98 profits less expense paid 1680.40

(cent of the registered men. The women helped to elect I Banking House, Furniture and Future $19500.00 Deposits 390.841.93
four Democratic Congressmen. "As a rule women went
7237.61 .
I AH other Real Estate
about their politics in a workmanlike, almost professional 337.68 1
manner said the surprised Time "It was an event out I Over-drafta, secured and unsecured

fof the ordinary it a woman made a mistake in folding her Cash on Hand and in Bank 223.618.10 _ _ _
ballot." On the same day women of Vermont voted foT-- TOTAL $428,022.33
the first time in municipal elections. In Burlington and I TOTAL 428022.33

Colchester DO per cent. of the women registrants voted.

BRutland followed with 80 per cent., St. Albans with 75 WE SOLICIT[ YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS. WE INVITE I INVESTIGATION.

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r PROVIDE.NCK() : :M\VS Mr. P. B. Johns of St. George, Ga., wheat substitutes are required to be :Stomach Troubles |II of Bradford Kepmrntatlva In Ito I. n -

Bradford County Telegraph ji t who is to join the colors in the near sold with each pound of Graham or r When your system becomes clogged 'I I Democratic county primary.ubject election tn ,it ,. .., " t .It...
._ -- ( Providence :May Talmago and:I ( future, made an extended vIsit among: whole wheat flour. from overeating, constipation and a Juno, 11)18. I .p..eUIlIl"! || ,,>1,, '. "lid"

PiiIMhCd-;- Weikly and entered nt 'HCC-. J. C. Blair made a business trip to t, [ relatives here returning home a few' 3. Any mixture containing wheat torpid liver your stomach Chamberlain'sTablets is likely to I j of promlae all voter a faithful at ..hI dl.chn"Di-mocr. ., ,.'I',':OIl',"

Lake IJutlor Saturday afternoon. days ago. must be treated in all sales as 100 percent trouble you. A dose of J am honorud with' .11.:1'0"' .', .5

end clans matter at the po at j jStarke Mrs. Joiner and non, Oscar, returnS I In a combat between Mr. Dog and I I wheat until the manufacturer or willrive you quick relief. I 12-28-tl _. \ ". ''I'I W,'

; Florida. J I ,d to their home Aliuhua Wednesday I/1\11'. Goat in thin vicinity recently it is packer shall furnish to Mr. Braxton They cause a free movement of the I am a candidate fr .
!1' ,
; ==- l lifter spending some time wither reported that the missing wounded I Beacham, Federal Food Administrator ImwrN, tone up the liver and strength- Group :a and respectfully >.' It

E. S. MATthEWS" Editor and Owner. h daughter, :Mrs. D. C. Witt. and died in action list include several for Florida, II sworn statement in on the digestion. You will be sur- ut ocratto the voter primary who will part , 0'"
to bo
J. C. ROIUNSO.N.:' Awnriate Editor. I Mevsrs.'' \Vnlluce-1iniley Omar Shal- heiul of goats and one dog. writing setting forth the exact percentage pn-<'d when you realize how much better ambition to represent nur h..ltl i .1 .".-,

I lit ar and Misses :Maud Kralick :Mabel Mr. James Wainnght attended to of wheat in the mixture. After vou arc feeling a day or two after Ihlnture la gratified I .him ," ....
mid :\11/1 Blair attended the corn- business in Jacksonville Friday. the required certificate is so furnished taking thcBe tablets. -Adv. !5-3-Ct ty olfort and to alaU.m-rve the bust sat, ,,, ' 'u

jj lit.
menu'ment exercises at Lake City on :Messrs. Coon Hodges and Tom permit will be issued by :Mr ,
U9I8 IVflluy y. 1919] sons a _____.-lluy a Liberty 1i.nd-
Tuesday evening. and Dennis) of Brooker, were guests Beacham allowing the mixture to be

t [ I ir. iaL"' "i .I..l.It iJ Quite a crowd of young people from at the home of L. R. Rnulerson Sun- sold.! without any substitute when the POYOUROWNANNIN6C I I FOR hereby COMMISSIONER! announce that VtllTKli I ,I "

Lnkr Butler and Worthington came mixture contains notmore, than til t) per for County Commtitaloner fur i I .' .' .:,....
4 over Saturday evening on a joy ride day.A contain. Providence and 1'aleatmo vvlln/ .. .,'" I.
of wheat and mixtures
large! crowd witnessed the second ; t '
i respectfully solIcit tha .,
I .
__ the all gathered .upport
after *
; they
and j'
!i dipping at the G. W. Wainright! vat ing more than 50 per cent wheat may : at the combat primary eli-cl,,!, i, ;: ., ""*
at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. F. M. be sold with amount of substitutesto I will IUHI my be.t effort to . ffttd
5 6 conducted by State Agent L. J. Wynn an ( M.T .t
48tJ 'y I!I Fralick and spent a few very delightful of tho public. O. \ ''
hours. Wednesday. Only 297 cows were dipped make the substitutes in the mix. WITh A ..__ II/'IKS'/

this time. showing a decrease of ture and those purchased in addition I horrhy announce in".oo '.
Mr. and :Mrs. D. W. Carver and family of wheat County Commln.iimrr Dmr1dence it ft
about 200 head as compared with the thereto equal the amount
of Ft. White attended Sunday and I'alaatiro, n. d n. .
jjt2O212223Z4 first dipping. This sharp decline in purchased in the mixture. I the .up ort of the vo:.>.. at ,. "''I<,
: I school here Sunday afternoon. : number can be accounted( for in part I primary election to bo held .'' V r '."'.
:Miss :Maud Fralick visited :Miss El : Maximum Profits on Flour promiflii if elected to 9wT\t. t 4,.! I
I at least by the fact that no calves I but of '.
were my ability. .
2 2 !EiliM t. Harrison of Worthington, Sunday. dipped this time at least four calves The profits exacted by retail dealers J\!I
:Mabel and Situ Blair and
i 80c to $1.25 Friends of J. J. lilelllnK ,,
having died from the effects of the shall not exceed from I i t .
: aud rrahck attended the commencement I candidate for County Commu . .
I a Liberty Bond- I exercises Ft. White Thursday first dipping. Some failed to participate per barrel depending upon character .IN 1. composed of I'ali t ;
in the work this time for the of service performed.Sale dence voting precinct W n,. ''J ') '
I =NEWS :NOTES and Friday nights and while there I of living, 1 of the voter of the district' r ''"*
\MTTON: same reason as Mr. Farmer is of Sugar end reduce tt\ high cooS and v- :I'
were the guests of Mrs. D. W. Car- super- chad soNar. them that ho will) If!, ,. 'IlL.fflcl'nt
should have un *ue*
stitious of from Every home onei attention ''
new doings the start shall to the dull ''
1. Ordinary sales of sugar eeulully' operate tl, will tan Fruits.Veff eta- .....
] :May 2.-T. :M. Cauthen.of and when t
Hampt.m, ver.A large crowd of young people of more so he learns of anything not exceed five pounds. I>lu.C.m..o. Fish.Tb __
\\' was a business visitor here detrimental about the If |I FOR COMMISSIONER;
same. Cane Water. Seal StemI Cuss DisTal r ,
Columbia county attended the speaking 2. Sugar may be purchased for ', I hereby announce 'II t I
during the week. there casualties myself i "
are no as a result ofthis Absolutely Safe ro'
here Sunday morning.Mr. ; CANNING or PRESERVING upon election to the office of cn'in ..
of Ft.
C. B. Bryant and family and :'olrs.V.. L. Blair were the dipping, everybody bfyiuld, bring filing with the dealer an applicationin It. patented construction malt**It thai wa*) In and for District No. 2, .nd. "...t::
; M 'ers, the guests of L. H. Beden- out their stock time licit the support of the ., .
> are next and make patented construction also allows it to give vnten arI ,
of :Mr. and :Mrs. R. :M. Reaves of '
guests for specified quantity I primary election '
: writing a which other. I to b. held r
baugh. the job complete infested cattle S uniform' temperature no can I' "0 Hf 'I
after of near Worthington Sunday. as : sugar stating that it is to be used for nerdoesi thus your products are perfectly ""ml... If elected to irlvo thi ...,..l
Studstill I is home again
-Uuy a Liberty Bond- are a nuisance in localities where tick .canned and retain all th. natural appeal" I I tioua attention to the dutlen nf ..' |
: spending two weeks at East 1'a- eradication is carried on. canning or preserving some fruit or nee.. kOperates I have In the past. C A KOUFftf u.
THEKESSA X EWS.Thl'l'l'ssa. _
vegetable named in the applicationand In half the lime _. I
latka. re
:Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Wainright and .. .
and -d I
I giving the estimated quantity of Ouired fay other makes, its respectfully announce tl1"
Miss Ruby Bennett and :Miss Hagan Paul Lassie :Miles low fuel I consumption appeals t'. Commimiionrra' r* t( I
and Lippham DiHtrict No .,
: were tin
1. airplane
: May and ,
the canned or preserved product, to the housewife' ttfc
of Thoroasit, were among the many SI economical "s ttt- didnte for Commiatiioner of
which from Jacksonville to welcome guests at the Kirby Crews I Can b. utrd hind ol '.:.-' Ha" I
the over further stating that the purchaser in on any atovej promise if elected to irive tht. '
: Theresa people who enjoyed picnic .
will last. .lilelime.rarmSln r 'lot
home '
,. here last Friday Gainesville Friday afternoon was the last Sunday. consideration of the privilege of purchasing office m, careful attention C ] ,, '.:';IIT

center of attraction here. Mr. and :Mrs. J. :M. Norman and Mr. more than the ordinary max- _lIsa CamtI ..i -

::1 Mn;. hattie Thomas, ef Valdosta 1 lathe :Mr. G. :M. Bennett and son, Arthur Lige Kite made a business trip to imum agrees not to use this sugar ;. I hereby announce' myself >" .i Itf ]

Mrs.guest O. of her parents :Mr. and l left one day last week for Jacksonville Starke Tuesday of this week. for any other purpose and not to dispose ,Add,... Bos'NumbeiSTARKE :" -- county and commtsaloner Worthlnittonl for J ilt and; 11'"r ." ,, N .Iliutler I-' ..

Haynes. where they have secured employment :Mr. Ancel tho aupport of the .. .111I
Wainright employe of of it to any other person. __ voter of .
Miss Pearl Hall of I Kome Oa. was the .
democratic ,
primary t
in the shipyards.Mr. Robt W. Hunt Co. I
government of
,; Hall Jacksonville Maximum Profits on Sugar June 4. 19IU. and promiiiu , .A
the of her father, Henry if
; guest : S. U. Woodard and daughter spent the week-end on the sick list In shall the retail dealer II HARDWARE forth my beat ..,rq,,,, t.. net ,. tI
no case
during the week. E telie, were in Starke. Saturday. :Miss with his parents returning to his I t thia dmtrict and county to t tl I
The of :Mrs. McDonald exact a greater profit than 1 cent pel- ability. n '1
many friend : Estelle spent the night there and was I work Tuesday. CO. Starke Fla. M
glad to know that she is I pound. _
I are rapidly accompanied home Sunday by her -
lion. ,
J. E. Futch food l
convalescing from her recent ill- brother. Henry and cousin. :Miss Evie of this here< administrator: Inventory of Flour StocksI 1 COUNTY COMMISSIONER DNTKirf]
Her :Miss Proctor county was the earlier I -Ilur Librrly I hereby announce mynrir i >
ness. nurse, Ruby Woodard., part of this week. specially request that each food i office of county commifl[r .!

, returned to Gainesville Sunday after :Mr. It.'II.: King was a visitor toliroukljn Mr. John dealer! m! this county mail tome (immediately .. .. .. .. 3. (Lawtev and Raifordi. "uh,"" \4
Forsyth and family unpnt ,,1. II'nY. 51 ,. S ,., I. _,,_"a.. ....._ . ""j
noon. : Sunday. Sunday with the'W. C. Clemens fam; ) u statement in writing j ,; r.. UAVIO o iij"i; : : ;: "191M... ." ."if".. ,, "JJ;

Kev. Barr Tilled his regular appoint- I :Mr. J. J. Collins and daughter, of i ily. duly signed by the owner or manager i ... mvftvlf to faithfully perform "' .

ments hen' Sunday. He wns pleas- Luke Side were shopping in Hampton :Mr. and :Mrs. J. II. Wainright and of the business showing the full 1 Madison Fla. [ Kftid the best nfTfce the .beet of m,> ,i ?H<

antly surprised and entertained Saturday Saturday. l little daughter Anita, spent Sunday amount of wheat flour on hand, the: i rltrhta to all and no of special all i" -' 'njaj

evening in u most substantial way :Mr. and :Mrs. 11. S. Roebuck visited with relatives in the Vanderbilt sec amount purchased and not delivered, 1 I I on. T R 'j.

.' at the home (If Dr. :'II il
A box supper will be given at The- :Mr. :McEwen, of Lake Side attended for. These statements are to | I tote thIs method of ann, '"i ta

rossii Saturday night; the proc 'cls to Sunday school here Sunday after- desirous:Mr. John of Parmenter his bit just 21, and be forwarded by me to Mr. Beacham : a(net cnnrlfdato No. 8. for eomporwd County of Comm Half ,).

he u l'd| for the benefit of the Hampton of doing on this side I request nnd expect the full\ co operation vnttnir pifcmcta. If elected I 'trf, I

branch of the Red Cross. :Many noon.Mrs.: Will Jones accompanied by the briny deep, has secured employment of all the food dealers as we'l gIve\ the dJHtrict and tho court. ..

of the citizens of Theressa are now :Mrs. John Phillips, were visitors to at the shipyards In Jackson- as the general public in this work of II thi numb support* of of the the board.voter I at r.'I i t ttion ...!

identified with the Red Crossvoik Lake Side Sunday afternoon.Mr. ville. food administration. D a I I l'

and their co-operation is highly appreciated. : J. II. Batten of Green Cove, is :Mr. Dixon Davis, of Lawtey, was J. E. FUTCH I

visiting relatives here. This is his back with us again Sunday.Mr. COUNTY COMMISSIONFR; Pl,'rm) FJ

Friday, April 22nd will be long remembered first visit here in about eleven or : Clyde Carmuhuel of Cat Tail County ford Food Administrator for E'-ad the I hpnby offl,*. of announce county myself....nml.'". ..

nt Hampton. An all day twelve years. creek, is a frequent caller nt the Fish County. No 4. If flcited I Hhatt?! ""itorrata "5
-nu a Liberty ilondShllt.l'
picnic, public, addresses a patriotic :Mr. J. J. Collins of I.ake Side, was er Gaskins residence lately.Mr. of the county ami nn 'tl I '"

and Red Cross rally with rly-four in our burg Sunday afternoon.Mrs. : Xewn C. :Mott and wife spent : ) COURSE:; FOR THECANNING Jun.theinpnort 4th of the votira In": ., !

new members milled, to the Hampton : Driggers was visitor to the Sunday at Rising. : : ('Ll'UHLS;\ _

branch! anti about $1,700 in bonds am" county sent 'Tuesday. Mr. T. J. :Moore and son, Lloyd were l b !I"omml..lon.'r hereSy announce my..,.,if '

$:::01) in War Savings Stamps sold, :Mr. JI. 7.. Sullivan was a business in Slarke last Friday evening. The Short Course for tht' Buullo ticounty ' District, ( iintl for r*.mn-i the f f,"ir

with more to follow shows how the visitor to Jacksonville Saturda)'. Among those of this place who witnessed club girls will !,, held l it thcourt "0 mil -,uPl>ort of tl'tmiinar "

It. Y. 1'. is the ordination of old I house on May 10th nnd I 11I ';' ". .primnry.. I ft....... .1 I I
tlay was enjoyed. U. progressing along our .,,"r.1| L <.od b .1..,.*>. 'iitfni' ,'"
Mrs. L. A. Otluni is out njnin, after nicely. Ever)'body invited to attend. friend! and neighbor, Iev.! J. E. J. :Mis,' harriet Layton, di-tmt .I igc .,f the cmnv

being quite ill for several d..ys. :Messrs. J. W. Batten and S. B.Woodard Wninnght, at Evergreen church Sunday for North anti West Florida will hn' .HO: : C J M I

: The many friends or T. J. Perry are were business visitors to anti partook of the many dainties charge of the meeting.. All the g A umber of frimdi 'n' '

fr Bind to Know that hit children. who Waldo Tuesday.Mr. that were so sumptuously served at who live out of town an urgedcomo "iu i\ U?ttcd "in rmii , .

hare teen quite; il. are TJW much bet : D. Woodard, of Starke was a the noon hour were the families of nnd! will be taken c.uc' of in ';' 5 -a ,i. m incin th' ,Stni'*ni, "of Ji.i..t v rict run K f fI

t." .. business visitor here Thursday after Drew Reddi.-h J. :M. and J. S. Norman homes of Starke. If .-l-ct d I -hull v.'.

The k'lIt' ti" cin! ..!s hell, a pleaf.i.t :M. D. Carter Prof. L. A. Davis, We will be glad to have any and i', aid .Jischnr.tltiai the' .f"1" t

meeting Tuesday! 'u'tcrnooTi nt the Ited noon.Miss; Melvenm Smith of Lake Side and, Ellery Sapp and :Miss Gladys eryone who is interested present ,it .IF." -I i iT

Cross work room. u'id the sewing was in our burg :Monday< afternoon. Hicks. the meetings. j I h.'rt'by announce that I ,

class met Thursday aftornoon in a :Mrs. S. B. Woodard and little :Mr. Jake Sapp mid family spent Following is the proposed program n.Starlet r .only< I ComininalomT ,0. ,I

busy session. daughter, Janie :Maude, spent Tuesday Sunday as guests at the "'. E. Norman Friday. May 10th : > support, of the respectfully Democrat" 10

Kcv. John :'olul\.IY! : returned! from in Louise the guests of her mother home. !>-10 Talks to the girls. I I I primnry to tie heldJun.. "*> <._

Pennsylvania Saturday evininand :Mrs. K. N. Cain.Messrs. :Mrs. :Mary :Mott is spending this 10-11 Use of potatoes-:Midi I careful attention to my duti.If, 'I 'tS

, left :Monday! morninc; fir Jacksonville : S. P. Gufford and Simuel week with her son, J. R., of Worth Layton. CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS2nd. I ___ ________

, where he hat again nitsumed hi:; ofli- Holder were visitors to Starke Satur. ington. 11-1- Cheese making Miss :Mc- I Congressional District. COUNTY COMMISSIONFR PITRH 'I,

$ cinl position. Rev. D. L. Phillips anti family spent Quarry. I[ I hereby announce mynelf a < "Irvelectlon

.t Hampton has suliHcribcd t.. latc$ on day.Mr.: Simuel Holder, of near Melrose Sunday with :Mr. Elijah Kite. 12-1:30: Dinner Has had ten year experience aa State 5. subJect for County to the Commietriet action '">."I:
the Third Liberty Loan 411,1500.00.: ; is working for :Mr. II. S. Roebuck at :Mr. Jack Smith and son were here 1:30: -3:30: Steam pressure canner Legi.later--Author of " package I clrmocratc primary. If elected .... ,."I,
-lluy a Liberty Pond--' present.Mr. -:Miss Layton. L&w"--Stands continue' to 0ive the duties of *
Sunday.Mr. with Pre.ident II. '"
Wjl.on! .nn..t attention.
Ul'KISI'WS: : : : Joe Padgett anti 3:30: -4 Practicing songs.Sattird.i on I
; son, of near J. W. Wilkinson in this vicinity all war
Brooklyn was : May llth a native Floridian I take thl. .nethofel'tnno i> "'
in ) .
were ,
our burg Friday ...
f last week looking after the interests 9-11 Wheatless He will be true to your inter.I._ a candidate for Coutny Comm' '"
; : afternoon. breads
Dukes Jlay 1. The little sand :Miss
of his son, Elisha who is I trict No. 5. compo.U'1 n' New P '
recovering *
$ I storm which occurred Sunday afternoon -liar Liberty Bond-- from I Layton. i VOTE FOR> HIM Graham, Hampton 'no! Theret 't '"Iclncu.
did a great deal of damage to MILLER NEWS NOTES a severe attack of pneumonia 11-12 Drying of vegetables. I I reKpvctfulIy solIcit tht ,"]
.a .1...... 'n..n.... ", ,)'i" U "t:,, at Camp Jackson. Mr. Wilkinson 12-1- :30- Dinn.-. ........... Buy a Liberty Bond democratic_ .elector. of. the .1)1ITIIBU i." L." ,,

t. After: a long; "i illness l the little baby :Miller, :May 1.--:Mr. and :Mrs.V.. I.. furlough is trying during to the secure for his son a 1:30: -2:30: Health talk. NOTICE; OF I.I Cce trt: elected.uenctou w lORI- N-.
summer in order ELECTIOS.II"
of :Mr. :Mrs. Blair of 2:30: -3:30: Open I .
and C. A. McLcod died Providence, passed through that he have meeting.
I. at their here may his assistance on the :MARGARET that power v..t.,1 In MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD PISTRIT
home in Sunday turn
Jacksonville Friday evening.Mr. farm. BURLEIGH Law. or the State or 10" the School 'I rriend. of t.. C. Powell h ..
night.; It was brought': to the home : and :Mrs II. S. Miller attended The wind storm visited this Home Demonstration Agent. I'ublla Ino\uelion 01 lIaM",1 i'iorida the iQad 01 him a' for Member "

of :'oIl'S.Id.pod's: father T. A. I.llnse.sht' church Worthington Sunday. I last vicinity b" 0,11''''' .n yictlon I to .be h'ld County in heroS Board from DIstrict N'Lawtey ..
Sunday but did lp.elal
no damage other .hool! T.. ) and .'liit the
ford), to regain: its health: but death \V. B Feagle; of Camp Johnston Old 1J1'rlet No. 27, Saml.on City on oup
than to destroy much of the standing City' Pride. S.tll"ny. May 2..h. i9i't. for tor. at the .om:"., I'rlinary. In
;..: overtook it Friday night at 7 o'clock visited i nt the home of his father-in- timber. The 1'1'1,11'' "f yu<'be1 Is Its citadel .1..eUn. three trustees and to .ho nntl it l law Mr II. < Amount of millnitv "irminu the our public icho.,| ,,,.,, ,n.
was laid to C. to be
rest in its eternal Pcpeles., last week. -Hoy a Ilb..I, Bond_ Mil: from which tliero [Is a Iew that l"r t'io' purt'omr aiuitiiiu>d.

;II!l bed nturlay'I'nin at 4 o'clock. Besides Marion: Waters went to Brooker TO THE: PEOPLE OF nn.\DrORUClun" no city In the world can match It towers following ntnnntrera of hsv holding, .been said.. ,npK.election>lntvd. the J. Through the .olicitation if

mother and father the infant Sunday evening.Murray almost! -bt't-r. hundreds of f.tnbo"E' C U"ul"n. A, G Mrown. J. O. Wynn : hereby announce myself a <*. C

leaves mnny loved ones to mour-i its : and Algar Thomas made a : tin. St Lawn-nee oil otto. side Chairman PoarJ T. U. l'I:> JULSTER. election aa member of the ,11' J Jfor
Public DiMriet No. 1. If elcctxl.chool 1
denth.Mr.. I business trip to Starke Saturday. and the dry "n !be. other plvlni the lounty' UruJford interest of the cnun '
In ;
the ;
: and :Mrs. M. T. Oxteen. of I I1Irookt'r. Carl Hrown made n business trip to I war-stricken countries of our vision a wldtril Hudden Attest.fc vice pn...lbl" in the futurt u.the .
\i itoil their Lake Butler allies the need for wheat flour is rune; of R rOPI'FM*, pnat I feel that I am ,"
son and 11aug13ter Saturday evening. very river und
: f.irc-t
nii'l 'mnty better ,. '
I great. The parish and the far :upt And Stcrttnrr aervfce the next tw vi i
:MrT and :Mrs. I.. T. Furman Stokes! made United States Food Ad. 4>J6-fit. '.
of business
our a trip purple Laurt term and I re>ptct fully Moll;
lluy .
section last Sund.iy. to Lake Butler Saturday. I'I ministration is in existence for the Ubrriy Bond- the voter.. .T ,
I. :Mrs. :Minnie NVSmith, of. Provi :MISSIS I Yoli'n Jones and Henrietta purpose of conllen'inj100d in thucountry I ibrrty Bond I
so that \Micncvrr You Nteu a nen ral Tonic | MEMBER OF SChOOL' HOARD '
:'. iIeneisiteai relatives here Saturday. I Uosenberg, accompanied by Tommie i'I I for we may have enough Take drove's. CASKETS I hrn'by announce'. ,
:Mr.[ Tom !Douglass and wife were on i Hewitt of Ijike Butler, passe I our own soldiers nnd,! as mach as I And a full line the office' of member of -.'
The Old of
visit possible for those nations S'aiulard Grove's Tasteless j Dl.'rlct No.2. comprlalnkfortl. I ,.
a to the latter's mother :Mis. I through': here Sunday evening. who are chill Tonic I
l lIjZ'htinwith is equallyalunble WorthlnKton. Trovid. <
Abh / us in this as a
Pierce. Sunday. I :Mrs Marion Sullivan of Theressa I :Mr. Braxton great war. General Tonic because it contain the I Supplies elected 1 promise to perform .
.1 :Mrs. L. T. steen) is just recovering visited at the home of her Beacham of Orlando, well known tonic properties Automobile Hrarsp. office to the bat of ability
parents, th oi&L'IN'INU
f. ; from a short illness 0(, which we are Mr and :Mrs. II. C. Peenlcs. last week. Florida the "PI'
j I all proud to hear. :Marion Waters, Earl Peoples and who only man I iii this state out Milarin, Enriches the Blood ind vice at the lowest price I take tM method of Ati- .' ,
:Miss Linnie New com. of Providence, Tommie Crawford, attended church has authority to make rules. The Euildd up the Whole System. 460 cents. I attention i i..n. of School Dlntrict Ni' -
; at county food! administrators Buy to telegraph candidate' tl,
spent the week-end with her cousin Worthington are to see Liberty Bond orders. for member of .
I Mr. L. T. O't"l'n. :Miss Eva Brooks of Providence, that the rules made by :Mr. Beacham on.ratallnjuri.... Quite Common -' board.Ull for Ort paid of the dlmrlct.voter I at i itho pl l

1. A party was given' at the home o' spent the week-end with :Miss :Mabel :are observed. For the convenience of In a booklet published by the Aetna RegisteredEmbalmer_ mary election and promise .
tI Mr. and! :Mrs. nil concerned, a Life Insurance forta for the upbuildingf i. .' .
Bryant Roberts Brown. summary of the latest Co., we find the
Friday following '
DeWITT I stets If I elected.I .HO
.k. night in honor of' Mr. Joseph Willhms. J. S. Brown regulations as to the sales of' wheat item: "Avail.tble 1 statistics I[ C. JONES am

who loft Saturday to ent v on....;.... for Lake! Butler Saturday.made a business trip to flour and sugar are set forth: prove that last year in the United Starke FI',!. FOR MEMBER' SCHOOL BO \RO. M"
ha B.I
Uncle Sam. \Ve all wish him Sale of Wheat Flour States 11,000,000 people received! take this method rf sflO.m '.
many -Myy Lltwrtr Bond non- --=-
daring feats -- 1. Wheat flour fatal a a candidate for.lctior 0 .
and injuries.
success be sold to This
in returning IIEII.nnO'liXOTES.' > must include of the County School Board '.
,.' home. : : : anyone ( not even the farmer) except slight injuries not sufficiently serious Dor I.ib.ry Bond- 1. Durinic the pant term I hato '

Mr. J. f'';. Howard has caught the Heilbronn nn equal amount of substitutes be sold! to require the attention of a + + + + + .p + + + + + + + + rive the school Intel-fit of *h>
May surgeon. + + 4 lervlre. '
"boll 1.-Uncle 110fk to the, + If re-elected I .hall i
weevil fright" and plowed up all Woods after purchaser at the same time. People should be prepared! to treat Injuries POLITICAL AVNOVMCEMENTS. 4 'low this policy. '1'. B. FIS"''
his cotton and he suffering from injuries No family should of this + + + + + + + +
urges others to fol sustained, in a fall since use or buy more character themselves + + + + + + + + *
r low his step.Ladies is able January than six pounds of wheat flour n 'for most of them all that FOR SUPERVISOR Or RECHTR\TIfl. ,,
to walk with the is needed I '
send your husband to mill aid of crutches month per person. Therefore the is a bottle of Chamberlain's I am REPRF.SESTATIVE-GRI'H endast. 1. for| hereby announcu list 1 I'' !'t, '. T
and i is well Liniment. tor reflection aa Sup !r"i.or :
apparently I UQ.... mtraMrvhip In th. 15
I. at Mr. S. M. Dukes He sifts your knee which U except a maximum sale to a family of 2 is 12 It is excellent: for sprains and my of Reprrnentstiv.. and hrroby announce for Bradford couat,.. I reap ,, '-
c grist for you. badly swollen. I pounds to a family of 3 is 18 pounds. also to relieve the bruises m.ry. 1 fuel In. Group I In th. comintr prl- ,the support of thj at >h '" ..hi
that ,
Messri. worst I '
Jno. L. .
r, ? Gallons rheumatic know ti,5 niary and I.. cafltinU5Ittention
!Mr and Mrs. O. S. Mcl.eod and Orin If a dealer knows family pains.-Adv. county and .tat. in ntrim of nur prom n

4, Lake Butler Saturday. were in Starke Reddish were attending to business in has bought a month's a supply already on tho: _ _ 5-3-5t. I In foa glc.n of 1917.chief clerk" a of Ivvialatlv th. Ito,,'*way for and th. 'bav HII I I a to the dullti of Jh.\ :, ,, ;H1
Saturday. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Math basis of ti pounds i ing. of ..,d am familiar with ... proceed FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT i? ,V
Douglass body
he '
made per Cheer I '
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Moore person Up. colwit th. I hereby announce myself a f."< ,
their dmoerat. auppart of j
( a business trip to Lake son should refuse to sell them Don't > vntera and. If all ,th. office Di tnt1 *
Butler Wed- Lloyd any more spend faithful elected ef Constable of ..
and Lewis >uiir time .+
and promtae
I Raulvriion and billmoth..r mopping: efficient ...' Il '
nesday" during that month. the ; tip I .10. R. A. I Bradford county rlortdo, subject 'A v..
CREr.N. -
,. p Mrs. 'i attended the public speaking! '. In sunbeams\ with a moody face as i ,. the rvmocratlo. primary to ... eIdth. J..r
Ixingford and dairghtef were at Law-ley the latter no case shall more than :.4 a blotter absorbs Ink. Dou't J beivb 4 1918. and reop.etfy1y| soliCit c hi .uP"'"

the guests! of Mrs. R. M. McLood Mon week. part of last pound of flour be sold to a customer around as solemnly as stick (roo R.oP.nlaU.. .naoun.. that V .n. ....""iofatet of all mtera at ..... primary. \pP.
.c an owl. Crack la Gocup Z. D. 8
[ day af ornoon. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Tarmerter have residing in a city or town, and not a ntnll If It breaks your heart and s lba .u..oort, 01 the .....1....I.t-.Uolly the --
than srb,5
Remember services at Sard is caxt moved on the J. S. Norman farm and in the 48 pounds to one residing: don't be so cro s. crabbed and crusty. ..a..rulI" afar" and the pooj.tni.rnsta. It -Iect.d toO oom.look FOR COS-STABLE: DISTRICT! I,3,,

Saturday and Sunday All are cor. Mr. Parmenter will country remote from a store. If you are wedded to s''lale. 01 our snooty aDd I I hereby announce aayMlf a ...ndl"j! i'13eoiutable .
engage In farming I This worry, smiles will W. G. ... '
( rule SEAI8. '
dially invited. effective of District No. I April 18
there during the I 1918. get you a divorce. Cheer I elected,. "" i "
summer I I 2-Onlysi up you cur FOR -I t promiae' a faithful perform. ...,. .'_
__ -tenths of-a-pound- -of uiud'eon cheel' out, I I.....tJ/lrftEIIESTAnV&-GROt'P: TWO K I I i i uIie. pertaiain to that office. I "*3 .... '. .
I Creep announcecajreejf a candidate y eoliolt the support ef the drrnol'15ori "
Tw. Ia 1
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rcoooaiaaUon tar commaprum! ry. "'
office ,
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NOTICE home with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Assisting the hostess in entertaining Cherry: street. D. Boree Starko.Flu. J ; J
I E.; Worts.Mr and serving werelIslI: Jocic, Ruth anti 5-3-tf. '1\\

:Niiticv-; is hereby given that the law [ : W T. Chesnut, of Gainesville, Tholma Parrish.'Ihoxo -- -.- --- \ ) .

Bits of LocalInformation ..illi Iii ni of FutthVilIiitms, consisting represent ing the Kianklin Sugar Refining present were Misses Irene FOR SALE Registered Duroc Jersey ..

of .I, E Futch and Joe Hill Williams, I To, of Philadelphia, was in our Edwards, Joe-ie Puirish, Schellio Chas- pigs' :3 t months old.. F. A. Scott, c' .

I I has; been dissolved by mutual consent. town this week on humnesH.Mr. tnin, Jessie Roberts, llc-miotta Roxonboig Slnrkv, Fl. Ii }

:Mi Kiitc-h will occupy the offices formi'i : 'Infold Kuhard is vixiting his :Myrtieo Robert, Ruth and. (.

JJ : 'Iv' occupied by the firm in the parents :Mr. and :Mis.\ G. ;iI. Richard, Tholma Bolin11': :\ Torn Chastnin, 1.01'-01':; black] mare mule, weight

l-uuli! building. Mr. Williams: has this: week. :Next-; week he- will answer Fred )).)wlinlC. Dunn and Theo Ed:, about 1,000() pounds. Suitable reward r rs.J.

M Omr.f..flt, 9mjtniJ4Briacoe ss4 opened offices in the Edwards building ! Undo Sam's bugle call I'lilT ill: u solid \\'lIl'lis. will bo paid for information. C. :M. C' .
C..ip ii T. over the postoftUe. healthy, young; chap and trench MARKK/IINt: : ; ; HOGS( Phillips, Route 2, Starko, 111H..

All business placed with the firm life will not go as hard with him a* it boats burying them. Steve' Hoover, of f1.,

will be handled by both of us to its would with a great many. :Mt. Pleasant FOR SALE-Two thoroughbred Jersey
The Liberty Bond) committee of this Iowa writes, "Com- )lit ,
conclusion. cows, ; also] n few fine I Rhode I* "
-"the wonder cor." Hugh Fryer, son of Rev. :M :M, district composed) of :Messrs A. C. meneoil feeding my herd of about lOt \
-Bur a Liberty" Bond_ Fryer JOE HILL WILLIAMS.J. hogs B. .\. Thomas' Hog Pmvder land cockerels. Van Dyke, Lawtey,
: over
leaves today for Pottstown, Pa, E. FUTCH, Strickland, mayor; II. J. Stewart: Fin. l-2t-2t.! :! r "
Arrow shirts and collars at Stern- where he will visit his undo and other cashier Luke Butler Bank, anti G. W.I two months ago. Fifty were bick anti I
berg's. -Huy a fnerty Bond- I Alderman off feed. Nearby herds haul cholera. 'I
relatives for the summe cashier of the Farmers anillealers CONTRACT Two'
-Bay a Liberty" Band_ I did') not lose one-they mo' well and FOR SALE ON -
-Buy GllILFORI; ) NEWS Bunk, have certainly been Irish r
a Liberty Bond No. 4 pota-
J. E. Thornton, of Raiford, was in hard glowing fnst -l'or Sale by J. W oars Early
working and the result has beenthe ,
Starke Monday.Buy For your spring and summer hat White & Son, Starke) Fin. 5t:t ;.t. toi'H. In now barrels. Ready :May I i'
a Liberty llond- call at Stump's store. Large. line Guilford, May Everybody,) rcpicmbrr sale of many n bond. Our people) 15th. Soe I). 'V. Moore, Theressn, 1
now on display.! church lit the Guilford school- are tinning to the front and we feel ---- 3-2-tf.::!! I II.Im
Corn, rye. and barley flour at J. P.Cickliter's. -Buy a Liberty Bond- house the second Saturday and Sunday that lliailford will get hoi 'quota (::' LASSIFIE Flu. ]
It. Twine Setond in the series of '
and plain wrapping paper at 3 o'clock parties given D
farm in Atfalf.ii .
Iluy Liberty :. :
a Bond FOR :- \ acre
arc needed at the Red Cross Head The sand storm that swept over the for the benefit of the Red,f Cross was 'a, ADVERTISINGFOR cultivation goodpamtid \
Judge J. T Wills, of Gainesville Mrs. Wm 'it 1 lon If I) under ;
Johnson's .
quarters. I'lease save these\ articles Guilford community was sure bad.Rev. sewing party on outbuildings 112
sras a visitor to Starke Tuesday.Buy _. and send them to :Mrs, A. :M. Darby, I J. R. Dukes filled. his regular Tuesday evening A siilud course II-n-.I v' house all and stock anti tools]: in- ,ri
a Liberty Bond
: troesj
sows pigs pectin
chairman of the with ue ton was served. Those I
military nlief com appointment ut Swift Creek Saturday present anti,
Special sale going on at the Cash mittee. and Sunday. winMcsdamcs: P. :II. Padgett. W.E. I I.'. :Manning, Starko, Fla. :, .t-t. iludoil,) ; excellent water. Price ji'

epartme"-: Store. -Buy a Liberty Bond- The farmers of this community are !;. LundholU I R. F. Rivers, J, F. Bennett _--- -- -- -- -- terms reasonable' August Solon r
4-2ii-2t.; r
: t
-Buy a Liberty" Bond FOR SALEOioom housi and )lot Starke .
Prof. R. A. Green came over from busy killing grass.: ChaR Robtits and :MISH Sarah .
Miss Hattie Wills, of LaCrosse, is a Live Oak to spend the week-end in Rev. William Harnage, of Starke, Rivois

uest Tit the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. looking; after his political fences :Mr. attended church at Swift Creek Saturday ;Mi>s IVnrl Hall loft Wednesday,) for - 1.Gardiner's 1.

Wills. Green has Rome Ga, after a plell"lInt' with '
purchased a Ford racer to and Sunday, and accompaniedJ.
'. -Buy a Liberty lonil finish his campaign with and says he E. Douglass home Saturday night her' sister, Mrs. Wm Johnson. :She; Prices

Large line of the latest styles in expects to give all comers n hot race. Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Douglass attended was: iiccwiipanied to Jacksonville by Meat .1',,,,

nillmery at Stump's. -Buy a Liberty Bond.. ..... church at Swift Creek Saturdayand Mrs .lobiibon. .

-Buy a Liberty" Bond_ I A complete ]line of Warner's Rust Sunday. They were guests of Mr. Percy Houston, of Cttrrubelltf, In opening new meat market next door to the
Florida and Spanish seed peanuts' Proof corsets at Sternberg's. their son Saturday night. spent a few days last week with his my <

,t.J. F. Kickliter's. It. -.Buy a Liberty" Bond_ Mr. Lacy Douglass and wife, accompanied aunt, :Mrs. G. A. Epperson and fam Starke Hardware Co., I wish to quote the followIng -
-Boy a Liberty Bond- ily. :Mr. I Houston was his
by Mr. Douglass' sister, Mrs. on way to
$1 work shirts for 75 cents. Cash here:Miss to J Pearl Rogers producer, is I la Cone, of Lake Butler, visited Mr.J. Gainesville, from thence to hm camp. prices.Round .
partment Store. complete arrangements for the E. afternoon. Prof S. A. Draper spent last Sat
Douglass Sunday
-Buy a Liberty" Bond- presentation of the Peter Pan :Minstrels Everybody eat some cornbread this urday in Jacksonville.Mr Steak 25c. No. 7 Steak 20c.

e A complete] line of soft collars]] atternbergg. \under the auspices of the Unit. ; week, won't ? and Mrs. J. V. Roberto' :Misses ;

-Buy. Liberty Bond ed presentation Daughters will of the be on Confederacy.May 15th. The Mr. J. Douglass anti children Myrle Dickert and Georgia Yarborough Loin Steak 30c. Stew 17 1-2 & 20c. t ':.
a of Lake .
motored to Worthington Sunday af City, passed through: \
Special dollar]] summer underwear -Buy a Liberty Bond- ternoon. Lake Butler enroute to Worthington Liver 20c.

t 49 cents. Cash Department Store. J. J. Dickison camp,1U. C. V. met Miss Lorene Alderman is Buffering Springs: to visit friends: last Sntmdav.

-Buy a Liberty Bond_ in Starke last Friday. "This meetingwas from on attack of mumps. Her many Mesdames M. J. Dickert nail W. :'01.Jkilll .

Freeman Register of Valdosta] I b attended by twenty of the veterans friends hope to sec her well antI up .\ of Worthington Springs, were for
Phone 135 Quick Delivery.
guest, at the home of his aunt, :Mrs. and W. T. Weeks' Chapter U. I). again soon. in I.nkc Butler ]last Saturday.

Leviton. C. served a splendid dinner for them. :Mrs Abb. Pierce and children, of :Mr i I has i E.: 1 Holey) of ('o. C., 10(5Kngincoix. )( I.
-Buy n Liberty Bond- In the afternoon memorial services U. S A., was tho guest of ;
near Lulu, passed through here :Sunday : 0. GARDINER
[Hats for women and children, latest were held at the Baptist church. enroute to Woithington.Mr his friend, :\tl r. 1'. A. Baikcr last

tyles, all shapes. We can please you. -110" a Liberty llond- ; Dessie, Lesley and Ressie Waters work.Mr. ,.

turn p's. I Mr. John L'glow and, fann'y; left of near Lulu, were seen in this and ttlrs.V.. A. Bailey nndMmsrs I I.
-Buy a Liht-rty llondf Monday for North Bl'8nl'hIi'h.., community Sunday. : :Minnie Lee Hilton imd, Tholrrm -

f Miss Eunice Robinson of Jackson- where they will be guests of relative Dr. Maine, of Lake Butler, passed I B.uley i accompanied I by :\1 r. I luuJnhnxni '

ille, was the guest of relatives in for some time. They expect to spend through here one day last week. , motored to Gi;aham Sunday

tarke Tuesday and Wednesday.Huy the entire summer North arid, will visit Mr. and :Mra. Alex :Mann, of Lake and VM-IO guests at the honu of Mr ff'1 i
: a Liberty BondDon't -' at several points: before returning Butler! were visitors to :Mr. Columbus and :Mis I II. I D. Wasdm. They also: attended -
[ fail to see the splendid i line home. I Douberley Sunday ), Sunday school in the after .
millinery now on display attunip's. I -no a Iberty: Bond_ BeautIes
Ray and Riley were guestsof
1,1, -Buy a Liberty Bond- i Eggs, 30 cents per dozen at Cash Master Jake 'lemons Sunday. ;\ i-x Wie:/ Croft, of Olustee-, in the I oprmg
I Department Store. guest' of Miss Jessie Roberts this weekAniong
'JMrs. R. A. Gahagan and little son, I If someone will be kind enough to
-Buy a Liberty Bond- bo I those; who attended the com-
Hardeeville, S. r., guests at the our Sunday school superintendentplease I
of are :Mr. YK.: who Sta rice !Mon'dav
Pe-rrymun, recently meet us out there next second n1l'nl"1I11'nl exert: ises at -
home of her father :Mr. L. C. Powell. J
; -Iluy a Liberty llond- completed his course at a training;; Sunday nnd state your offer and sec night,:' were MWHOH, Jessie Roberts, '1 here i is! no other term i that fully I tlescrihc

,i Mr and Mr,. A. :M. :ret tit, of Ala- ('amp'innin n commission: as lieu- if you sire accented( for we want a : rilie: Croft, Scholia Chantam, Edna the exquisite creation in our new line of
tenant in the National Army is at Ilppeison: , Georgia Epperson: ViolotPnrsi.ns
good superintendent' anti 11 good Sunday I
last Sunday at theme
1>ua, of were Mi.guests and :Mis. J. W. Andrews. home for a short stay before entering I school class every Sunday afternoon \\ j Ic TowlI"'n.1 I IIn.Illal'-: I I'llIni. SPRING:: MILLINERY

-Buy a tberty Itonil- on his new duties lie is a guest at ut'J o'clock. gnrct Laugheiy; :Messrs Tom Chn"-I
4; J men's, women's and the homo of his: sister, Mrs. L. A. D.iv- :Mr. Lawrence P.lnckvvelder: of Ft. tnin. Acy IIflll1lwn.! Toinnn I j

children'shoe'i- i,n for next 15 days at I is, Jr. fall, passed through here Fi.iday anti (.'liii ils Burl..ttpnll'y Townsond. .I.I. I. I II The woman may he I thankful! that I the Government
I Cash \Department StoreE&f -Buy a Liberty llond- Saturday hauling cross ties. I I I. nlTnwnsend t Donald l K': ','ids and I

--Buy a liberty Bond- Rev. .J S. Stevensori and wife left ...--Buy a llbtrty Bund- TinIMwinds! : has, not ordered fonsei\iion of hat; $.

?!::" II O SmiMi has bouirht the I,. A. :Monday for Emporia Kansas, where :Misses. Yolamlo joni nnd A lit'. An They are still allowed to adorn/ the headvitli

Wynn ".otiiigo 111 t tho Johns addition they will make their homo :In the fu- VtOKIIIIMi'lOV) : ; ; :NiSWoithington. : :; I'HHH!. and :\11'. Toimnio I lie"I '.t c nt the most luMiitifiil creations of the millinery

anti vvil* ,h, I itlv I move theio with his'' tuio. :Mr Stevenson has 'hoen pastor Sunday ill Worlhmirton Springs.Mmses '

family f of the Prosbjteilnn church hero since May 1.-Mr. H. :M I : Sihollie Chastnin nrnl Jossio art.

\ .' --lIoy. liberty Bond- '.last Octol'ur and, dining his stay en- Li'vc-iptt anil dnuJ'htprlis8: Louise. Rut I."'i-t Is and ;il i'. Tom C'hnstain. I nmtori -
., If you go) tishmtc you need a little I denred himself to all classes of citi- (If I'ulatku: visited relatives here Saturday '1.cii i| ovt-l to IIInoker. FiidlV: nftrriuioll That! is just what! wc IH\\'c secured for your

Ecamping; stove Come in and let us zens. His congregation 'verc very and So nilay. | 'tl r.' Ernest I Ki lly, of Kindeilou" (i.I., inspection, and ,ask youlto: .all und'scc: the pattern -

,( .how you. Stark Hardware Co. loth to give him up, but the changeof :'olillMI'MIau: ,) Frulirk, of Providence, ,i/was the week-ond guest ut the huntot' hats now -display.
|!''i'\t'\ -Buy a Iberty Bund- altitude was made necessary by the Allio Andrews and Yolande Jones, antI J, F. Bennett.Mr. .

s'.U'; am handling the famous American condition of :Mrs. Stovcn-.nn's.! health Messrs Tommio Hewitt and Purvis I : Lige,: I Dubose, of Olusteo, attq'nl.CI I- We only ask a careful inspection: ','l'tic goods:

'Tires, guaranteed for 3,500 miles. Call -Iluy a I.Iberty llond-a :Mott of Lake Butler, were in town .' the lIeu, Cross party' hole F..iday will sell tlientselves.Knight's.
*and let me show you the line R. Bur'rows A. A. Durden, a well known Hampton Sunday afternoon. 'ovomng I II

'. Starke.Buy. business man, was a business visitor :Messrs Inman Harrison and Dennis :Miss ENio: Harrison and :MCKKTS |
,' ; a iberty Bond- to Starke Wednesday. Referring Roberts have been spending a few I Dennis) : Roberts, minim I Harrison and

1 Time to buy that new spring top- to politics Mr. Durden said that days with relatives here. They were Clalldehilh'n, of Worthington, weic Millinery

ii Ieee. See Sternborg.Boy Hampton was taking more ;interest in accompanied by a friend from Tifton, tingustos of :MISH Georgia Epperson

I"q a Liberty Bond- war activities at this! time than most Ga. They returned Monday afternoonto Thnrsilnv evening '

fit.Ford, top and back curtain for $10. anything else, but that the citizens of Douglass, Ga., where they ore attending I :MISH i Georgia Epperson; of Lake! 5TARKE.:; : FLORIDA
1 I M. Leviton, Starke. the town had received the announcement school. Butler, was the week-end guest of y ,

r -Buy a Liberty Bond- of their fellow-townsman, Mr. Little Miss Lorene Ware returned :Miss Elsie Harrison at Worthington. _

Dr. J. C. Wills went up to Jackson- W. (5. Seals with considerable enthusiasm home Sunday afternoon. She has I :Misses Pear! Hunter and Wilma
lie and on his return homeS and that will
Sunday, they
support been visiting: her sister, Mrs. W. M. Pinker wore visitors toNew River
accompanied by his little grand- him for re-election the
cordially to Overstreet, in Lake Butler I Sunday.Mrs. .

n, Willie Harris. Bond- legislature. Mr. and :Mrs. B. Clark, of Ellisvillc: (hOr..tu't and Mrs. :Maine Entertain :. fIE
!: -Buy a iberly -Buy a Liberty Bond-
r were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. E.
: :
[&There are plenty of good curs on the L. H. Partridge, of Watcrtown, was Taylor Sunday. Thurwlay afternoon April 25th, GOTOMitche11's

arket, but if you want the best call in Starke Wednesday on business. :Mr.Partridge !\I...... Ovc-rstroct nnd :Mrs. :Maines en- "
the Bnscoe Sales & Service Corny Misses Georgia Epperson and :Marguerite .
is arranging the details for ti i tamed at the littti-r's home for thij"
and buy a Briscoe. fickle, of Lake Butler, sp'ntthe
the market 'lnefit of the Red Cross.
on a 5.00Ilacl'" 1
Liberty llond- week-end with Elsie Harrison.
-Buy a StoreTANLAC
[rtt tract' of land four miles southeast of I The afternoon was pleasantly Drug
jj-Jtfessra. M. A. Groover end J. W.nish. Ir"1.. I. Roberts, o. Rllifol'd, wan .
Starke. The lands belong to the Enst: knitting anti l prominent farmers of the the guest of her sister, :Mrs. R. 1 II.Itn.'tll !. I
Const Lumber Company and will le delighted all I by playing
attending to from Friday until Sunday I
,Jte Butler section, were sold In farms ranging from 10 acres (1.,1 I ,I lovely irioctioni' ; on the )pmno: lIev-1 FOR
Little :Miss Ruth Roberts returnedto
Mines*. in I up. It is the puipose of the company Luke Butler i i KvfrpuhmentH, consisting of Wttll'iif -
-- a Iberty llond- to advertise the lands extensively' in morning/ < , hot rolfiiand sandwicheswi <<
i vvui-ie she is attending school. I
turn handling tho famous American th. :Northwest nnd the undertaking )' s<'rved. I
( Jones held! his
BS, guaranteed foi :.oOO() miles. Call will doubtless result in the addition I'v. regular/ appointment I'ho following ladios wore present !
at th.J.: K: church here
let me ;how \ou the line. R. Hurts of n large number of families to thi', and Sunday :Mulnmei Register, Ilirntt\ Singer
Sunday night.
Starke section. i| I I', 'us, Rivers: Bird, Over. treot :MUIIUSI .
The new .1 i ,'I\.IK' st Kn(1ht'111: ; -Buy a I.Iberly llondDr. ;Mr Norman :Shealey; of !Macon Ga, ''ulI,1 I :Misses Fowlor Ahollitand
to the minute in who is serving Uncle Sam, him! been Always Mitchell's prices'firston
ery nre right up nml :Mrs S. E.; Driskcll, of Rai r:,nonMisdamtx. get
adivenr Set. them ford attended, the commencement spending H few days with his father : l Itiibn I and l.ntorliim: '

si;: -Buy a Liberty Bond- ercises of the Bradford County I'x-1 ;MISH Seme Dowlmg, who has been Mrs .1. K. Helen nnd :Mrs 1. ;MM m anything in the Drug Iii/ '

Ir. Lutht G, 1'0 we II left Wednes1 8..hool.Irs.: Driskell was a college visiting relatives here, is upending a : ,nn delightfully entertained J s.',"r."

to enter upon his duties i>s a mem- mate of Professor Dowlmg and ex- few weeks with relatives. in Odessa. "r the younif folks: of the town I Fi i

of the naval reserves. He joined prcSMXl. grout pleasure at finding him -Huy a I.Ih.,', Bond_ evening nt 80:: u'cl..k at :MiI ,''. =:

branch .of the service ome timo bearing aloft the educational standard LAKE IlL'll.nt NEWS ITEMS: :! I In..IIII's homo, the affair lining. one of n

| and has just been ordered to duty. though she was not in the least I.I number I which has been given in late) .......................... .:........................
", -Buy a Liberty Bond- surprised at his good l work as she recalled Lake Butler, :May 1.-On last Friday Butler for the benefit of the Red ; .
I ti ;:
Sail at the riscoe Sales & Service that he was the first honor man afternoon Mrs. Geo. Epperson and f'rot!!'4.I Don' Blow Your Horn i

pany for a demonstration of the in his class at college. The commencement :Miss Irene Edwards entertained u I The room were doioratod in red, % :_. .
coe, the car with a "Half Millionr exercises were attendedthis number of their friends for the benefitof I white and blue and Mrs. Mann, reiI :-I __

Motor." year by a large number of persons the Red Cross A "Red Cross ,I renting a Red Cross nurse, received : until ynu arc fate. l IJon't thinkyourself
-Buy a Liberty" Bond from our neighboring towns. Drive" was the principal feature of the !''the offering at the
lisa Frances May, a member of the for Starke feels honored to have had them {entertainment. :Misses Harrison and ,''of. interesting games were thoroughlyrjoyod !: I : 11l '! piopcrtv uiHurc-d, against tiro. It :
: .
h School faculty, left Sunday: .
; has with us and extends a most cordial Invitation Olga Printer gave readings which I : conic- when least expected l, antiery .
:Miss May
For next term of
dpa. At the conclusion the games re-
were The
them again. greatly enjoyed. nice little
to come
tpted the position of assistant prin- I -Huy a liberty to Bund- sum of $1! was realized, which will : shmontw wore iprvcd, consisting of I ; often the calamity happens to :

1 in the school at Xocatee.Buy Notice of Election: help to purchase supplies for the work Ji.llo with whipped cream anti wafers the uninsured. Carelessness is the :
a Liberty Bond- I I
'n't hats at By the power vested in them by the room. Bur a Liberty" Bond I reason for the Fire Insurance I'ol- i
forget to see the new I
jfht'u Millinery. I school laws of the State of Tloricla. Mr. and Mrs. H B. Bennett of H-MM I ++++*+7tt.II. IIJ icy being neglected. Home-times it .
the Board of Public Instruction of Johnstown, visited relatives here Sun-
-Bay a Liberty" Bond- is allowed to lapse, and that is the! :
Bradford County hereby orders an COMPARISONWe
r. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and sons I time tho holder. ia often
School policy :
Lake Butler Satur- election to be held in Special Major E. S. Matthews and Col. A.
.bred: They over to accompanied by ;Mrs. I Tax District No. 7, Brooklyn, on Sat V. Long, of Starke were here last 1NMTF ttmparlion rothla caught napping. Insure with us .
a. Maines, who had been visiting urday, June 1st, 1918, for the purposeof Saturday, coming C to attend the speaking .. to price and quality, of our Jctoitu I NOW and you will feel on the safe :
Knight. establishing a district, electing trus- of Lieut. Humphrey.Mr. line of aide
., _Buy a Liberty Bond- trustees, and to determine the amount and Mrt. R. E. Dell and Master i
I of millage to be assessed. Ernest returned home last Tuesday GROCERIESYou
,_ r, 9 cents per pound; toma- For the purpose of holding] said after spending a few weeks at I
12 cents can salt, $1 per need them-- mutt have fthem.
per ;
> i
r.I lard, special' at 24 cents, atC election the following managers have Green Springs. Mr. Dell is much Improved .
c Department Store been appointed: Fred (Cloversettle] in health, we are glad to say.
.ml-Bay a Liberty B.nI( 4'apt. R. C. Heiberger John Baylor.T. Fred Dowlmg, of the Naval Reserve, After comparing good* and .1
44i B. PINHOLSTER. stationed Jacksonville visitor price. with other., when jo.
W. G. Seals, of lIampto wan a STARKE
brke Wednesday on huainestrK Chairman Board. to hill mother for a few day this KNOW why we have no fear i irS

recently announced his = ttest: week. MIKE'S FRUIT STOKE '. .'

, for re-election] to the leg E. R. POPPELL, Mrs. C. A. Boyd, of Capitola. moved .
-'AIIII'- |&,waging an active c rop' Co. Supt. and Sgc'y. 6-3-Bt. to Lake Butler to make her tutu. I IMMIMHIMMIIIimt II ......4.......4S........ ..... .................-....
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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918.
I, f''if: erei'BradiCord I1OC\ IJ" I1f' 4'"' %Tr 1F'J'.IRU'; "T.PKE.: FL4IKI- .

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I County Farms and Farmers -1-I I I1 .

-.. . .. ., ... , --- . . . . . . . . . ."TICE. or ADOrTiav OF )f1 .OR. 1886
>>4'" .4 >> e. hr.t-7 tfi "r. that the -*. :i' *'. ftt"Jir :
t' PRESIDENT WILSON/ . .- 7 days .' (tutof the "Oc m"/. & CO.
COf.NfV AM-.VI.V:" UM'OKTS! .. DEMOCRATICCONGRESSION C t-> ,. rf4p.,r..t'4' J. T Will. Judge * J. R. DAVIS
r ..->". Ceo t ol t.., 1 .w.h: J'*,.*.*( f., .!I POTTERThe AL LEADER FOR SUFFRAGE. f ,,"<*. *t hta oif' in,..%ii... Fonda.r INSURANCE
*> '* i'!+t-* ."-'.* V"V.-..*',.. -*.... TO MRS. . -r> -*-..r .b. mar be found for ." order I
t IM rL Ferns of rfjvrf na IhP aMMkm of J.r.l Snort
,' .s.rratlve
Santa R,v, ( < .r. .or" r ri Pep a miae-. a boy the son of a widow/ has no hori Oklahoma the! newly! pi.| .-t..! MR. AND MftS. W B. JEMUNS. STARKE FLORIDA
t with w!.ith : .' !"". .arc. If. mr' j : t<-: <>* rots \I" 'rer has Ae.n Fe-. hslrroan of the I'''mo''rartcnrgr..sional J. c. POPJELUdoUcitor
I ."..taco J N> Mr f EiiMbc'h.' -rndon Potter for P.titH> 4-12-It.
th< >'',-<< plowed but planted:l and wih!; (. ''urur aUn f'onri- .
i the National! Anw-ri'-an WomaaKufTraifx B UWrtr Bo.1
I I .. at mine. -. Is .ool"h of .
: -nl' .' -h a p'Mb plow Ilu nt r- a supporter|
r'1 I rirrirfinilabla : I''H i i-ir--r in Wathington 1-1t1'rarp. NOTICE OF ADOPTION MISOR.. .__ _ n = _'__
r-rl. 1's l> f:. Mrs I'o'rer !In ffctrl Tire preab .ot I.. r bnbr fa that tOM ""'",".,.*)*< IIII!
.1i I I "I am in favor of firing: vat- .. .I.. tiirtr lays .'." tf.t. of tto. ni>t_. ai>-
I c i I'a ". f', -ty -("rop are !looking :. ""fit end ron>reeeonal Chairman of frare tlmen nrrnidrflnsly.! .. Y to the )llafionkl t. 1. Villb. lvA"* of th"*
the Texas E;.- ul .Suffrage< AssxlaUoa ( '<..I. Court attar l.irhth, J'I4"" .: ( ','
tl thus. trey have at this time for said I: 1JrtWf.r.-"ri< Ferris ...nda at life ?.Ti<. fA Gatncs.tlJ P...->'*.. WANTEDStreet
and The I'real'Jent letter reads; kIn In the louse : "Cnt. ... h be found for uri
1\.1 } "oar f 'Jrn. beams, arras lpP.a ;; "r tft"'" r may an r
\ the be t. The Wilt U..1.IIoP.'allhlnct'Jn because. I b Icv! it Is : sec- .. ".,rlilnK/ tae Vrt'on. tit b i < r < I' nf very .
g. p. \\ March S.My a mtru.r aj h r '*ti'd and heir at la*
ond. overuse 1 cr.;. find no wound MR,*. rLORA B CAUY

Mar: ".- ( ,ii'i;. The rye crop in Dear Mm Totter : > or ...u.t) Ir.1i: argument, losclr, or J r. POPPEll. Car Motormen and Conductors -
fit Senator ) tut l'-t-.ioo. s-12 I 't
Through the nanny r.B
: i IH -."r y good and wit] be reason. that will Ju-'lfj a course
rt ShcM/enl I have r<:(-"lve . i ', harvest early in May Data In opponltloo: to It. thiH In sab- lineto
of )far"h.. I feel' It a prlTli.;jr*> to .1 ORDER FOR PX.BUCATIO1.: to operate new car
In truth and In the I
i ;. [ ,H' a good yield. I'art of the stan e. fnct. In Cirtuit Court. Stat of florula,
', : .in, oat and rye will be plant ezprese tar earnest, hope that the lx- four great pxli'iral plafforros &f I I Eirhtb judicial Circuit Bradford C..nt7
suture of Texas[ Be" !Ir. way toadopt j j In Ch Camp Johnston.
< .r" Ih peanuts for the market : may the last election .rorriiM-d-d i x'ial I I nerTOr
a statute which will give women suffrage to woi.-un aa to man." I n Wilaon. I IComplainant. I'

.)ett County-John Anderson the right to vote In the (Jrlm.rl<'fl. Themorratl'1 I ... I I
r>.- I la clearly committed Ruby I JACKSONVLLE TRACTION CO.
l t j'j't" rr'"iyed a rciflntere'l/ Ifererd party ao A-- * * * ,< WIKonEtefanOant.. '

I / hull which he bought from an to the principle of woman af- It .pp...rin" br .ltla..t at>t.nd.l to th) .
Alabama stock farm. rags that I f*.l It my duty all the till, nd) io th. abov. llatAd caaiM. that Rut
leader of the party to urge this' action t I Wi,:0..". th e fvotlant. tbrin named ta a Jacksonville Florida.McCALL'S .
I ,. fIve Thousand Women to M"-.... d.nt of the State of rondo and ,1Ia ,
by the l ifMatur and It I* alto a .. I I.lft '
Clay County -The county agricultural \ u a riiirnl of W.y.... (;eo... .. our taw .
committee ill working to relieve privilege! j which 1 value to yield' to my I, < cf' tw nty-otw ya>n it ta tbanfor or-
the food situation An effort own pf rs/,nal ronvlrtloni In this mat Bring One Man Around : dead that aid ron-.loJont defendant "be and
ut rinr u h.b1' quirnl to appear to th. bill of
} made to eliminate the use ot 'hat tr and urge such action on lu mrlu.t . ''''e' mla.nt sled In laid cajae. on or beton'Ind.y.
J flnr-frflj I hotthat the measure may ) the IItb day of :May A. D. 1911 etn-
flour until farmers
Sef/U-rnhtr ; are ''rrww the allentiona' of aid b II "ill betaken
urged to grow ai iiurn feed and forage become lawCordially I flown In Texas surfrngisu/ have u coofeaetd by aid defendant MAGAZINE

t as possible; and the county judge' and lnr > your a pretty: go.,1 l friend who Is an antL It ta further ordered. that thta order be pubiMhed I
onre a we k for are eoniecotive{ weekain .
has teen aikel to instruct i the nhenff (Shcn..l) WOODROW WILSON. Ills name Is Ju>l Ue I' rry Miller ami \ the Bradford County Televraph.. a......paper -

and deputies to lee that the vagrancy publbhed in ..Id counts and atate.Thia FOR MAY t/:1:1I >
1fp he lives la I> lln IlfH-eotly he madea Apnl I. tl8. : :
law is (Ttforre'J.Liberty 1. W. T. ,
9 contribution to the Women Ov..r .-aIlonpltala. ,SEAL Clerk Circuit WEEKS., Court The Superb Quality a, ,t

1 CountyThis; county Mcomirjf \ r Iee. I .. C. S. .A., regardless of Its I By R. A.Deputy WEEKS.Clerk.EVERETT .I| _. of McCall Fashions ia \t ..

to the front in the production! suffrage u''klng. Then he went a stepfurther M JOHNS. the reiultof many years 17 ,

of food product thin year. More com, and made this proposition to Sot.eitor for' Comolainant. 4-fr-&t. of careful study in the -t -oJ
and Bay a Liberty Bond 1 I .f>>'"
potatoes peanut are heln f planted \ of the
. Mrs None I'nt"n.OalJlIH Hu.Tra interpretation < : .t.-
1 and 1 i t.
more purebred 'i are tx-injf
Lads and one of the directors of the Department nt the Interior. ..,. style I tendencies of the J..t.. .I..,
I d rained than ever "before l:. S. Land Office at Gamuvllle. Fla., Mar. :: \
't" :
National' Americaii Woman Suffrage >. 1>!8. | .i} i ca time and adapting them : :

May/ Cour.ty-J-\'l'ry inch of land t I I nt Votiee LaV Butler.fa hereby Fla.given. .who that on Frank April 21.Murphy ICF5. to the need and u>ea Z 14a jr1t, \ \

o. that 18 fenced l ill being used to /grow I made Korneatead Entry, )Ii". 011.7V. for NE of the American Worn- /11'11.1(1'f Ii
crop of some kind. Families that quarter of aectlon. >/. U>.....hip 0 S. Ranee .... 'L; .f <1 .
? ', E.. T.11.halt... meridian, baa filed notice 21 IIt
have never before attempted to raise f \intention to make Three yer Proof to ..- \: ..,. 't
a garden have one now." 1 N, 'abliflh claim: to the land above deacnbed. ...- It il '.\,)' J
F r '",. Clerk Circuit Court at Starke Fla.; on '
>'w" 1'th day ot Ray lilS. I I ; yf f.
; McCall Patterns
Lake County; -Anthruf-mw foundin 1'f ' almant name* aa wltneaaea: \ :; Ifl.J \

watermelon" fields hall been chocked F. W Edwardi. of0... River Florida. I I I. :
by Kprayini with bordeaux mixture. a ;. / '; W. A nd,.... of New RIver Florida.Pr : I\. for May .. ..; ,.. ,..1i
nee Matthewi. of New River. Morida. 1 I (J'r
Cantor bean are KTminat.iv: ;. Srnle ear W 5t. R/jbinaun of .m..n.. Flunda. Now On Sale l1'' : .f
ROBT. W. DA V13.&If..r.. '' ll'
whit i .
and -fly are prevalent on <.it fUll. , .
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t Hay s liberty Bond -- 'r
i Holmes C"unty-Our farm work i is I :} I
A 1'fcTITION rf>K AN ELECTION: .:. 1 1t.C:1
hy now going along in the mot satmfar, M the undersigned' voter and t.xp.y.ri j.
tory manner even the mule seeming i b.ehool Imtr, et to .bo.tablii-hcd and I THE ,
w '. Ki\e Milo' SubDi.triet, hereby pt-ti-
4 I to realize that "Every acre that we .r' 'ri*. Ifnnnrahl Hoard of Public Inttrue J
tilt put a romp in Kaiio-r HiU" Mr.. Elizabeth Herndon Potter. tt ',f llradf'jrd County for an election tocold : McCALLCOMPANY
, ": : I It 1 at Five Mile schoolhouse on Saturday '
j M : i to ...'.bll.h this Sub.School D..t. ,...
x Sawann CfJ1JntyI"'anutll are still COST OF ELECTIONS. '. iJ\ aa foliowi :

P t tJejn nlnntj'd. some rnttttn- fSf.M<< ttri' mmineintr' at the ;ISE corner cf ie... 7. a

being t p'ar.' d't' corn ,--i' peanuts; Irish : raniftf 20! thne went to NW corn IT ",_ _.
Ikps woman suffrage increase cost e. I 12. twp fl, range 19 (thnc south to :;:
potatoes! are doing well and the C'll'l. .,%'. r nr'r of me. IS thence west to *.* sec
pf tlOIlM?
li c county will ship several carloads) t n ..n.- dIVIding **.,. 1$. thence south On naiJ
Take flrtit hand testimony on thus ?etion hn. to ;New Rir. th-niM Fiat: New York San Francisco Atlant.i
question from the states where women aloft.aW New Hiver to intersect with section
Pinedas County-Farmers are now 'in'' diviclin **.,1I"n. 19 and 20, two 6, rantrethenc Chicago Boston Toronto
t votp Iii not let yourself be deceived ,
north on raid action line to faint
planting a rreater diversity of crops by iinfl.suffrage( K"Hlp! I rI. nb.ginnine.. I r
than ever before, not so that they will Thn I And further to vole upon the mills. to M i I
answers from :
have something, to t-hlp but MO there cover-I aueaaud and ft r the purpose of lecUntr aboard
nora and Berrefarlefi of equal HufTrRKt of three i U) trustees for aid sub*.ehool I
will bo plenty of fwxUluffs at home. .
dst riot.a,5nedi
mute have ben received In .
//1- Corn, rice, Irish and/ cabbage answerf .. I
potatoes the qumtloii, "n",,," woman suffrage'greatly I
; d arc the being N. H. ParrLh. n J. Thnmaa. Ben. F. Gain.
crops. grown.4t Inrrcmo olwtlon expenses and .y. Ii L. Duke. Mm. :Moils Parr.h, F. L. I LET A GOOD MECHANIC TELL
- - make additional taxation possible?" Urawdr. II L. f>av(.. J S. frcn. J. !of. Robert -
.( Putnam f'ounty' Farmers all over WYOMfNO. *. W. M. Roberta B. R Water, H S.
Ii f the "Woman suffrage ban - Long P I'. Dckl. G T. Touchton. T J.
their farms
county are getting and
" not Increaiu-d taxes In thl* state nor liukt-a. II. L. Thomas. 4-6-5L I YOU
i crops in the very highest state of -
coat ol elpctlonii: I nay a Liberty Bond
q. { production Corn is looking t'o'xl i v- COLOHAII-"Ora'y' Increase In MRS. NONIE MAHONEY. MASTER-8 SALE.

I rywhero. Kvrry: field corner is being roHt of elertloni what naturally ac- Heriby notice ia given that ander and by that to prolong the life of your machine
; ;] ; I'li'fituil, t" something or a feed Association : "Ilrlng me 6.0OO names of virtue of that certain final' decree of foreclonure j'Ir
crueH from added number to elector- made and entrrvd March 26th gets, (and possibly your own life)
1'k:, ('(ap.I ate." Texas: women who went suffrage and I by the Ilomirable J. T Will. Judge of the
Circuit Court of Bradford you should have it thoroughly inspected
County. Florida,
--- In
. tR IDAHO.-"Added election will support It.
\ expense: chancery in favor of James H. Milliean comPlainnnt -
,; Ouceoln CountyA heavy rein, of IDflu IIesimaI." "Oh, Judge," demurred Mm. :Mahoney and aitainp f'. E. i'hilllpa, W. E. occasionally.
'? : more then four inches. Ml within an w.1lt1I1NOroN-'Ilectlon fhlllipa, h,. ttife' and l W. A. Mny. defendant .
.. hour the night of l!,llh. expensesonly prettily, "that 'la a stupendous the unden'mied will otter for sale In Whether you are using it to the
April It
i win IncrcoHi'd by slight front of tha .
cost caused house
by court door In Starke,
benefit to the task .I" Then ahe If ..... Brad- limit on the road, or often leave it
n citrus !growers in that effort to keep voting precincts under paused as to ,ether r. County Florida, during the legal houra
It freed the trees fir considerable red :2TiU votprs." breath. She was really running of sole rn Monday, the 6th day of May A. D. idle in the garage, you will nerd
IBIS to the .
highest and beat
I' I bidder for eaih
: rpidtTS and' rust rnites.Sumter . CAUFOKNIA.-"Increasc l COlt of over In her mind' the names of the women tha following d. .robecJ lands in Bradford repairs, ant we are thoroughly

: t electlona because of women voters very she would call up on the telephone .\ County The ,NW Florida quarter towitl of NW quarter of Section I 0 competent to make them.

I fotinty:' -A serious outbreak little." and put on the job within the 0. Township 7. South Range. 21 Cant contain-
fr.; I ff hog cholera the lust week in April OltnOON.. -"Woman inffrage has next ten minutes. "A stupendous talk,' Init 40 ""'., more or less I Call and let us show you the

F'not., f unused the agent much concern. Crops 'Increased election' expenses only so far judge, but It can be done. It's a barrier I E. M.8"..JOHNS.," Muter< I splendid car we are handling-tholiriecoe.

. ''' lire looking fine, as naturally they would Increase proportionately but It.. not like the sex barrier- A. V. LONG. I Join the many satisfied
:\ . I Solicitor for Complainant. I
to Increase In number of Impossible to overeome"The a Llb.rty pond purchasers.

St. Johns 'f\unty-l'rtatoPII are vot rs." modesty Involved In requiring I NOTICE OP FINAL! DISCHARGE. i I

yielding from '' 0) to JOB barrels an KANSAS! -"Incr<>"sed coat of elections that It shall take the opinion of 5,000' Six montha after date hereof 1 will praunt

k IS., acre. To combat the labor shortage InslKiilflcant." Texas women to offset the opinion of my vouchera Ceo A.and Gardiner final account County to the Juclue Honorable .f : Briscoe Sales & Service Company

"' growers have diggers with engine at- AIUZONA-"Increased coat of elections one Texas man found Ita match In the;! Bradford counts Florida and uk for my
r tMchment. to regulutu! the shaker on through women voting not worth celerity' with which tile 5.0OO got Intoj final dl.........* aa administrator of th* eatat/
the digger. One man and a team of considering the balance. of used J. R. Hallbrook and M. A. Hallbrook : STARKE FLORIDA

, j mules do the work
j .1 I ,_. taiatli bemuse, of womanlIutl'r Woman Suffrage Association re- J. V, EDWARDS I
( 329ma. ,
W Taylor CountyAll crops have received gl! 'absurd., ." calved' a telegram from Mrs. Mahoney, Admin latrator.

h B 'Vet buck" by ri'imon of the AUA.-"Hlliehtl7 Increased cost saying' the Texas list had gone over, .
"'",1 ruld weather. Cotton seems to have for printing additional ballots and the top with SfiiOO names on It and

(* "been injured' the mont compensation fur election clerks. more name pouring In hourly.'

. In considering this question It most '
1'S - -Hur > Llhrrtr Uond-
Nassau, be remembered l Hint women pry their
County-I-'urmerH are and Cold i
" JllolOt-1 full rata share of the taxation fur i
ing the pro
I lurgi'Ht acreage of fii",,| For children's coughs and coldsChamberlain'l MobilizingYourFinances
feed election expenses and that they have
! crupH ever put in in this
county. Cough Remedy Is ex
Crops been doing so for more than a century
I | ana 'little'
by n-u- cellent. It is and effectual and
1 while deprived by law from
1, son i>f thi- odd, wcattitT, but fasting 8i _
' are recoverlng contains no opium or other narcotic,
v i vote
i'/r/ 4 ; I nicely The pig dub| boys' I unit is take.-Adv. S-3-5t.

1\ rocs are nhuwing up well. I pleasant to It'.dead easy- when -your available n____ A.h--_.. _:_. _.11.. "._.._1_.' I

j I Alitchuii County _rurmers IU'I EVERYONE MUST HELP. reposing in a sound Bank. You can handle} 'U'5'your)

I thumnMticnlly attempting, to grow lire IIU(. Wars cannot be fought without money, and upon the Treasury center finances with less cost and trouble.

f : fifir-nt food not only for the county, every financial demand upon the Nation. ld

t t .1 but for some of the nun-producers, in The rich of this country cannot ales meet the needs of the Nation; This Bank can render you valuable service in all

; ;,.. ., tho state rnrtirulur attention in Ie- the men of the country cannot do It clone; the women of the country matters of finance.

I c. ing given t" cultivating and fertiliz cannot do It alone; but all of ua, the people of the United States, disregarding .

If .:, ing crop, raising Kiinli-iiH and producing partisanship forgetting selfish Interests, thinking only of the JOIN OUR
( more milk.Oadtilen supremacy of right.and determIning to vindicate the majesty of AmerIcan OF DEPOSITORSand

,. !/' ___' Ideals' and secure the safety of America and civilisation, can do the great
County Muih inter.-nt is'' and splendid work which Qod has called upon ua to prepared for the financial battle that faces

, :r. being shown in the planting of rice I do.W.. O. MoAOOO. you.

". . I I and of peanuts. ,
Secretary of the
-our a Iberty Hund_ i Treasury. There is"nothing like
I a bank
ttl account to
I r Piles Cured 'rift to 14 Day give you

It .< vmr dniKirUt will irfuait moors
"IN'rMIN Handabrdlnii01Irelrtubn' r '.11.1"- any"".1'cl Ito.'. ',.. GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN I juice oi two froth lemons into a Lot I

t t ,I .Tb bu' .a..I"Mua .1.... Yo... "u', II.'.' "'. WITH LEMON JUICE I tie then put in the orchard white and

S ----nay > I.Ib.ri' IIanA-- shake well. This makes a quarter pint '

of the very best lemon skin whitener BANK
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LANKScraix Make a Beauty Lotion For A und complexion beuutifier known. i iMnRftage STARKEState

J I TONIC Few Cents to Remove Tan, this fragrant creamy lotion'.

Freckles, Sallowness.:: ti oily into the face, neck, arms and

I For CHILLS and FEVER hands and just ten lv>w freezes! tan, County and CitySTARKE Df 1- V

Hullownt-sx/ redness and Tuughn Ir
mtlirupptur 1IIra.
COLDS GRIPPE MALARIA Your grocer has the lemons anal ( I
r drug store. or toilet counter will any and how smooth, soft end FJ I. 1Ifr. aona,

t 25c, UOcEwe'ywt.... Ha Cur*.No P j you with threo. ounces of orchard supply clear the akin becomes. Yes! It :is rand! jf'aturail 4//elecMtdullea:
llul horn leas
liburi/ lIon---- and the beautiful result*
while fur ly
I a few centa. Squeeze the J sire
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They are some of the Bradford County Boys who have gone forthto .

help keep the Huns away from our shores. With them offering tS

their lives for you, can you afford to do less than loan your moneyto

arm them and to supply them with food? Look them in the ,

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x 3 -- ; 'left for Columbia S. where Camp Jackson Sunday morning. A se- :Mrs. G. C. Sapp and children! ,,
the employ of the Atlantic Coast Line. Sunday C., I'pnt
I "\ Ti ;Mrs. J. S. Norman and children visited ''he will be in service for Uncle' Sam. [ : the week-end, in Hcilbronn .Spur,!,:!
; her sister, MM Edward Hilliard, 1 Uncle Jack Sowell was a visitor to j Dor-othy : with her brother, !Mr. Drew hriblish, '

1 Ml 1 Ic'- I of Wateroak last Sunday.Mr. / Starke last Friday. I Mrs.: J. D. Randall and l'ofro,. "?1''

! : and :Mrs. I-:. E. Buniey, of Law :Mrs. Nipper, of Miami, is visitingher I cious refreshments were served at a Smith, of Lawtey, attended the I J. i 1"1'

County News Items I tey, were visitors here Sunday after- parents here, :Mr. and /Mrs. J. Sow- late hour in the dining room. ty Loan rally here Saturday ;a'ffr"noon.
i ell, this week. I Those present were, ;Masses Helen .

" ", noon.Mr.: S. II. Thompson and daughter, Rev. G.Y.. Larramore was transacting Nauright, Mamie Denmark, Aileen Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Whitten and

Miss Katie, attended church at Evergreen ; business/ in Starke Thursday Reynolds, Dora Johnson. Flossie Reynolds Mrs T. B. Handley and :Miss Ella
'' { Interesting Fact Gathered During the Week by Our Sunday. afternoon. and Mrs Dorothy Shelley; and Wells were visitors to Staike :Monday

1' Regular Correspondent Miss Mozell Browning! returned to I Messrs. Roland Anderson and Carl Messrs. Chas. H. Bloodsworth, Her- :, Mr. M. W. Mann was a business
I her home Saturday after spending Lewis are spending this week in Jack bert Ritch, Avery Tison, Tison Sapp, visitor to Jacksonville Saturday.

keIF several days in Raiford as the sonville. t Leaston Crews, Warren Bloodsworth, Mesdames Virginia

,,. guest of relatives. I Mr. N. D. Johns, of New River, was Looney Sapp, Eustis Crews Sidney ,I I j I Estella Cason were in Starke Monday

: LAWTEY NEWS; ; NOTES sunug" under the leadersp! or their :Mesnrs. J. S. and J. N. Norman and transacting business in our town last Futch, K. P. Wess. i I I :Mr. John II. Dowling, of Jarkson':

-- 'teacher, Mrs. Alfred Evem'en.,' to or son, Troy, attended church at Evergreen Friday. Personal I'ville, visited his family here! Sunday"
Lawtey.ray: :J. Mrs.: G. W. Drown Kiimzc a new society to be :k> own us Sunday and report hearing a Messrs. T. C. Hazen and L. Hodge Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Nauright and :Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick

come up from Gainesville and spent the :i-W'n: which being interpertedmeans I fine sermon delivered! by Rev. G. A. I visited the State Farm last Sunday. children and Shepard !Moore attended'I !Mr. and lure P. B. Byrd went t? and
k Saturday and Sunday at her home "Willing War Workers." Prevatt, of Middleburg.Mr. :Mr. Reuben Dyal, who was carried the graduating exercises of the Co- :: Butler !Monday. Luke

I ,I The aim and object of the society : and :Mrs JV'B. Borwning and I to St. Luke's hospital in Jacksonville lurnbia High School in Lake City on ;'I Mrs. J. E. and
here.Mr.. S. A. Hryan of Starke, was in will be to work and raise funds to help daughter/ Miss Gertie, were visitorsto a few weeks ago for treatment, was Tuesday night :Mr. and Mrs. Nan- Cecil and Misses Mamie little *on

( Lawtey last Friday on lju.sinesi I( the destitute orphan children and t. Raiford Sunday. brought rKme Saturday and i iA much right's: daughter, :Miss Helen was a Vesta, in Denmark and
( t; Air. Charles S. Hill of Palmetto, succor the wounded and dying soldiers :Mr. J. McCormick: of near :Manning improved. member of the graduating class. I'{, Reynolds afternoon were Lawtey Wednesday .

y wag tJJI'Ul'St Thursday of his: brother, '; of war stricken Europe the aim to be was a visitor here Sunday. :Messrs. Harley, Lucian (.. : Marvin' Three of Ruiford's young men left Mr. and Mrs. Frank

nr, t I.. II. Hill.Mrs. i j I accomplished through the medium of :Mr. R. Strickland, of Starke, visited Hasten, Guy and John Pinholster at. for Camp Jackson Columbia, S. C., the week-end in !Mayo. Handle} ,pent,

: Cordm Carter returned to I( the National War Council of the relatives here Sunday.Mr. tended! the party *t Mr. Tom Edwards: |I with a squad that left Starke Sunday Mr. Mrs
t'f' I Campvillc Sunday, after upending a'': :Methodist Episcopal church, to whom Eodus Green was among the of Old Bradford, last Wednesday morning! They were, Chas. !II. Blood. and in Roy Roberts, cf |le{, .
cI few days here with her :Brother, Mr. I the funds will be bent. The relief work number who attended church at Evergreen night worth Tison Sapp and Rnnce Petty i! ing, were town Thursday,

', Albert :Mowjley.Mrs. I II | in ,Europe.? iII.I. I be carried.. _on by the i Sunday. Dr. and :Mrs. J. Mann and little son, Tate P. Denmark returned home A quiet wedding took plan. ,a' .|he,
kwt i t C). I/ Thomas and children, I.Methodise cnapiums ut me lrOnt.I Prof. Davis of Hcilbronn, was a visitor accompanied by the :Misses Bolens and Saturday evening from Jacksonville home of Mr and !Mrs Riley :N.; 'rn..r.'
., Tho following officers were! elected: here Sunday. where he has been few just east of town, when their oJ: .jgj h.
Miss EHMI-, Harold l and J. C., return I Jocie Parrish, of Lake Butler, attended spending a !
s ed home Sunday from Verdic, where 1'residf-nt Eva Futch. Mr. and Mrs E. Kite had as their services here last Sunday. days. i ter. Miss Tressie, and Mr. John (Ior.;

they spent. uhout two weeks with :Mr. 1st Vice President, Flora Brown. guest Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. A. Ad- Mrs P. M. Barefoot had as her :Master :Markillie Johnson is spending (I don were united in the holy h"rl Of
Thomas who Is in the naval stores :!nd Vice President Annie Durban. kins, Mr. and :Mrs Steve Futch and matrimony by Judge Berry I U K.ily. .
I guests Sunday, :Mrs. J. S. Howard a few days with :Mr. and :Mrs i
business ut that place. Secretary, Louise Blanchard. daughter, Miss Rosa Green, of Law and two interesting daughters, Annie II, Futch in Lawtey. 1.1 I I The wedding: occurred atI ". !,"ck|

4 HPV. lilunchard Law of Starke, filled Treasurer, Joyce Terry. I tey; Rev. and Mrs. I). L. Phillips and and( Mamie, of Dukes. :Mr. John P. Sapp of Sapp, was a Sunday afternoon. The groom, ,. a
l the Recruiting officers, Fred :Moore and daughter Miss Pebble. The son of :Mrs. Christina Gordon. >
his regular appointment' at day was Quite a sand storm visited this community visitor hl'reIonday.: the
j !Lawtry liiijitist church Sunday morn David :Moore. very pleasantly spent. ,I Sunday afternoon. No damage Rev. E. E. Wells filled his regular bride is one of the popular yon,,' :la.
s Ij ing. I The :U-W's will make their hcad'iuar- We are sorry to report !Mrs. D. B. was done, except some timber and appointment at the First Baptist dies of this neighborhood. Thi, i anT
H :Mr. G. I.. Futih was a business visitor tel s at the parsonage and will hold Browning on the sick list this week.I fences blown down. church Sunday. friends of !Mr. and Mrs. Gordoiusl,

r d 1''t i''I to Jacksonville; Tuesday und VVcdMr. I meetings semi-monthly.! We hope she will have a speedy recov Mr. Jake Ward, of Neals, is spending ':l1I's. L. L. Conner, of Vanderbilt I I I them a happy life.

< 1'1; t neKday."r Articles being made are to be sold ery. this week here with his family. is spending the week at the home of Buy a Liberty Bond_ _

'i and :Mrs E.: E. Hurney spent at a later dat The society color Mr. and :Mrs. R. II. Green, of near Mr. Arthur Edwards and sister, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. hitch I

;r ""J Sunday with relatives in Jacksonville. I I will be blue and I'uloAnyonco/ desiring the State Farm, were visitors at the Miss Georgia, of Old Bradford, attended ;Mrs Dorothy Shelley, of Mobile, is
'1, !Messrs. J. Willis, J. E. Wilson and I to help this good work will please home of Mrs. Green's! mother, Mrs. II.M church here Sunday. visiting her cousin Miss Helen Nau- Opticiart Testt

r r I W. II. Burt were transacting business communicate with any of the offireis : Hill Sunday. Br. Steve Hague, of Old Bradford, right JACKSOrlVILILe.FUlrokert

4p+t i in Starke Wednesday. ), I of the society. -Buy Liberty BondBItAIJFORU was in our town Monday. I !Mesdames Dora Tison and Rhoda L..r\_. Duplicated

.I Mr. A. H. Prevatt came over from -lluy Liberty Bend ) ITEMS. Quite a crowd of the young folks Sapp spent Tuesday in Sapp, the S.m& Day &. Ruiev< \ Jacksonville and spent a day or two CLAY HILL ITEMS attended the party at the home of guests of !Mr. and !Mrs. John P. Sapp. Wtsptciitui.o flul Post
9 + / I ; with relatives. Bradford, May 1.-There was a :Miss Kate Roberts last Friday night. Mrs. Purcison, of Jacksonville, who : w rocsrrs.igy

41 1J I Mr. James Sht-pard, section foreman Clay Hill, May L-Mrs. W. A. Starling pound party given at the home of Mr'l.I :Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clemons spent has been visiting her father, Mr. T. Boy Liberty Bond
; t : for the S. A. L. Railway, was returned home from and Mrs. T. B. Edwards Friday I Sunday at;. the home of /Mr. and \Mrs.A. B. Handley, returned home Monday.
I1 ,! called to his old home in Georgia on Jacksonville Saturday ing in honor of Joseph Williams, who B. Surrency, of Pine Hill. Mesdames Lillian Jones and Burla To Cure a Cold In One Day.
where she has been
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'' ; account of the serious illness of his left Saturday for the training'camps. I Rev. C. \Moody, of LaCrosse, preached Farnell of Take LAXATIVK BROMO Quinine.' It 110111> Iki
( visiting her mother, Mrs. Caroline Hampton Springs, were Cough and Headacbe and work off the Cold.
h,' father. Tanner, who is ill. A large crowd gathered and played at the home or'Mr.. and /Mrs. L. visiting their mother, Mrs. S. M. DruKKlnta' refund money if U falls la cur,,
4r I Hon. A. S. Crews of Starke in very after which Gainey K. W. CKOVK signature on each boa. Joe
was Mr. and Mrs J. A. Godwin, of Max- some games, they pro-I Saturday night, and while here Morrell.
'd '' \ Lawtey Thursday in the interest of ville, visited 'ilr. and Mrs. James ceeded to the dining room where a filled his regular appointment at the Joe Johnson and Avery Tison were Bay Liberty Bond-

I his candidacy for nomination for representative Strickland, last week. licious supper was served. The even- Primitive Baptist church at Rock Sun- in Starke Saturday afternoon.Mrs. GOODYEAR SECONDS.

d L, to the next legislature, in Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson and son, Cuy- ing was thoroughly enjoyed. Give us j day.Mr. Mary Jones, who has been villiUng I am now handling the splendid line

1 : group two.Misses ler, mutored over to Jacksonville another one, Mr Edwards. Joe Malphurs accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. A. D. An- of Goodyear seconds at the prices
J 4! Pearl and Clara Bennett day. t'rl- Mrs. C. M. Andreu and daughter, his sister, /Miss /Murray, and Misses' drews, returned to Lake Butler Mon- quoted below. These tires are practically

11 spent lust week with friends in Jack.// Mrs. C. M. Hudson and two children, Miss Blanche, were visitors to Brooker Ellen Lynn and Geneva Harrell, of day. I as good as the higher priced

t! p Honville.rVl ,. of Jacksonville_ visited her parents Wednesday, where they spent the Old Bradford, attended services here !Mr. Johnnie Baisden, of Starke, is( tires, and once you have used them

_' t ; A. i t' A.IL'- iwa' : f !Ctnrko' Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Starling, last week. day picking' huckleberries. Sunday. vl.. Hft...;.... 10l.un 6..DftAnft.ftn UUl'..,...+. ., .u..... ..nA..u \.rntl-- ..,..itl n, "..Aun_._.. _l.iw_" tflfhnt_..... than..._.. BnnM_wuuo.J.STARKE .
j business visitor to Lawtey last Friday. I Mrs. H. J. Taylor visited her brother Kev. W: F. Walters was the guestof Messrs. Harley Hazen and John Mrs. S. B. Denmark, this week. ,
Louis Hubbord, who has been at C. M. Andreu Friday.Mr. I Groover, accompanied by Misses Olga Size Plain Non-SkId Tithes"
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks
|, Mr. W. M. Lang, near Lawtey, Fri- J. A. and son,
Palmetto attending school for some C. II. Newsom was a business and Thelma Ward, were visitors to 30x3 10.75 $14.00 t1.10
t day, returning Sunday. S. B., visited their parents in Providence -
t time, returned to Lawtey Thursday, Little Miss Dora Grand of Jacksonville visitor to Mr. C. V. Edwards Saturday. Starke Tuesday afternoon. Sunday. 30x3/h $12.75 $14.75 $:d.4131x4
and is the (guest of his uncle and aunt, Lumer Andreu visited Brooker Saturday I Miss Bernice Parker, of LaCrosse, Messrs. Raiford Cleveland $17.75 $19.00 $i.2i
is visiting her Mr. Reddish
grandparents, 32x3/ $14.00 $15.00 $34;
Mr. and Mrs. I.. II. Hill. visiting relatives
and friends
Iis here
and'! :Mrs Geo. Wilkinson, here. I Sapp, Barney Cone, Looney Sapp and 34x4
$18.90 $20.45 $3AJ
Rev C. S. Henderson, of :Middle- Mr. Sumner Andreu and sister Miss this week.
Quite a crowd of I Warren Bloodsworth were in Starke
people gathered
burg filled his regular appointment young! Blanche, attended church Saturday :Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot
at the home of Mrs. H. B. Hudson were Sunday morning. i\ Starke, Fla.
:{ at the I.nwtey1.: E. church south, I Saturday night and enjoyed some night at Brooker. I visitors to Pine Hill Sunday after-

last Sunday fine",lullic.I Mr. R. B. Johns, of Graham, visited ---
e !Mr. ,1. K.: Wilson was a visitor to The friends and relatives of !Mr. C. H. Newsom Saturday and Sun- Joe Surrency, of Pine Hill, was M4+N 4$ +34< S3+ 4-o/t't3
, +h 'r Starke Sunday. I many in our burg Sunday afternoon.
K. I.. Lang, who i.s'at the day.C.
r !Mrs. Nancy /Harrington/ of Jacksonville training :M. Andreu and family attended Mrs. D. J. Byrd of Graham, visited i
y t spent several days last week camp at Chattanooga Tenn., will be church at Brooker Sunday. nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. i WEAR
I triad to hear that he is HARD
/ recovering from j
d' [
nt the homo of her brother Mr. S. his serious illness. Mr. Mark Clemons visited Old Bradford (Crosby last Monday.

c CriHis, south of town. Mrs. Emma: McKeen and I children :Sunday:! afternoon. I Mr. Mark Clemons, of Pine Hill, attended
f 1 i Itov. Alfred Evenilen is holding a Misses Marie Malphurs, Ellen Lynn, / services here Sunday.Mr. : -
of Glen St. )
Marys, visited her
lti series of specially attractive services parents, Geneva Hurrell and Joe and Mrs. W.
. here last week. Malphurs attended and little : "Hard Wear" naturally suggests itself when you
yy? on the first Sunday morning each :Mr. church at Brooker Sunday. daughter, Doris, of near Graham, attended j
G. E.
Wilkinson Jr., and sister think of Hardware.
month. Next Sunday will he the second Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards and church here Sunday. j *
Lj:' of the series. There will be something came, Mrs. H. F. Grand to, of Jacksonville the brother, Seeber, spent the day pleasantly Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dukes of Ala- "Hard Wear" is what you expect to give any article *
over Sunday spend
f new in special music in the form with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.lay at Mrs W. ;M. Harrell Sunday.We chua, Mr. and !Mrs. r. S. Colson and bought at a hardware store.
i i4 of u musical dialogue between the Wilkinson. had quite it bad evening Sunday children of Pine Hill, spent Sunday I I J
Y.4.? choir and the pastor, which, it is un I for two hours. Some say we were on here with :Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinhol- And that's just what we GUARANTEE from every *
,1 derstood will be Biblical and worshipful the a large crowd from here attended the edge of a cyclone. After the wind ster, Jr. article bought of us. *
ful ns wl'lIl1S pleasing to the ear. The Branch cemetery the Long ceased blowing we had a rain storm. I Mr. Hamp Connelly, of near Gainesville : Our edge tools are made of the finest tempered steel *
ni pastor promises n genuine gospel sermon Mr. Mr. Arthur Edwards and! sister, Miss attended church here Sunday.
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of the Billy Sunday type, and the I Sunday evening! Lang "IsitedIaxville: Georgia, attended church at Brooker I Mr. Clarence *Brown, of Alachua, i Wooden articles are of the strongest and most suitable :+
df general public will receive a warm :Mr. Ben Wilkinson made Sunday. ,. I was in our town Saturday timber. *
t welcome nt this time. If you don't a pleasant Remember, church every second !Mr. Allen Greene, of Pine Hill ,
I In short
visit to sell hardware
up Highland Sunday after we that GUARANTEE
;rn I } I want to miss anything, come early, as Saturday and Sunday, morning: and in our town Tuesday morning .i you we :
the survives will commence at 10:30: Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Hudson and Miss night, with Sunday school in the morning /Mr. S. V. Andreu made a short trip to stand HARD WEAR. ::

sharp Clara Prescott motored to Lawtey on'' before church.C. to Dukes :Monday morning i Anything from a tack to a tractor. *
'" Mrs. Mundy Thomas of Lake Butler Sunday M. Andreu was a business visitor !Messrs. J. J. :Moran and E. J.
is a guest this week of her nephew large evening.A crowd of people Worthington Monday. Ward) and J. H. Rainey were visitorsto : LOWEST PRICES .*
went %
Mr. J. S. Andrews. for young Miss Ellen Lynn was the guest of the county scat Monday. "

,, Mr. Joe Murr, Jr., spent Sunday Rev.a joy James ride Strickland Sunday afternoon attended I Miss Cecil Raborn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Newsom, of Pine f DEWITT C. i

j: near! Highland nt the home of his par at Evergreen services Mr. John Groover and Clyde Ward Hill, attended church here last Sunday JONES
ents Mr. und !Mrs. Joe !Marr, Sr. : Sunday.We were visitors to Worthington Sunday. i

t, ,i Mr. James Goodfellow came up from which had will a downpour of rain Sunday -Buy a Liberty Hand_ Mr. H. C. Surrency and grandson, i
make the gross Starke Fla.
'1'' South Florida and pent Sunday at fast in the corn fields. grow very BROOKER ITEMS.: H. D. Surrency, were visitors to Pine : .
his home.
)Hill .
Sunday afternoon.
':" Mr. nail Mrs. Henry Bennett spent visited Rev. G.Rev.A.James Prevatt Strickland, of Middluburg( Brooker, !May 1.-Rev. W. F. Walters -Buy t Liberty Bond_ vw' >s "'N- 80 v2l< ?r333Cv s+-F9
,; Sunday in Jacksonville. day night while enroute to of Gainesville, filled his regular LIBERTY LOAN MEKTLVC.: AT
\ /Mr. Lacy Underhill, county commissioner Evergreen._ appointment here last Saturday and RAIFOItD L.UGELATTEjfED;
-lluy Hand
1 from the Starke district, was a Sunday.

t' ", visitor to Lnwtey !lust Thursday RISING NOTES. Mrs.: A. B. Shaw and children, Mary Raiford, :May-1.-Lieut. Humphries '

Mrs. Alfred Evenden, who was taken and Woodrow, spent last week-end and Mr. Keep lectured to a large and
t sick last Friday night with acute indigestion Rising: May 1.-George Andrpu of with relatives in Gainesville.Mr. Attentive audience at the auditorium BUILD NOW

managed! to get out to the Starke, was a caller in this section Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe, attended Saturday afternoon in behalf of the
k services Sunday, but on Monday the last :Monday. church here last Sunday night. Third Liberty Loan. Lieut. Humphries

V1t' trouble returned in less dangerous J. S. Jackson went to Jacksonville Mr. and !Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent told of life in the trenches and exhib-

form, confining her to her home for Friday and returned Saturday, accompanied Sunday with their son, Mr. L. T. Os- ited some articles from the The
several days. I by his wife, who has .been in teen of Dukes. such as a gas musk, steel helmet war zone and, war may end this year, or next year, or the next. But

;i On Friday last the loyal ladies of I the hospital there for some time. She I :Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Warren of i pistol, Lieut Humphries is a Canadian I' whenever it ends, there will Lbe a big advance in building
Grace :M. E.; church gathered nt the. has greatly improved in health. I Clayno, and son, Myers, attended ser.I I soldier and was wounded in one of the
home of :Mrs. Solomon Cline for the, I :\Irll.'ol: .J. Fouts and Irs.Iott.: : of I vices here Sunday night. great battles of this He-- -- ---- operations.You .
semi-monthly meeting of the Ladies i' Heilhronn Springs, are visiting friends Mr. P. M. Padgett spent last was accompanied
Friday by :Messrs.
a' Aid Society. The meeting win to have, ''I lat !Lake Butler and Worthington this in Jacksonville. I son, Augustus and, E.A.Matthews V. :Long and will make a great mistake if you wait to do that build

1 been hold 1 the previous afternoon but week.A. Messrs. Earl Peeples and :Marion and,( A. S. Srews, of Starke. ing until after the for
::4 L was )postponed! on account of the big I I.. Jackson and Robert Norman Waters, of Miller, attended church in In Honor of Soldier war, prices are very apt to be much

\ Liberty Lonn meeting scheduled" fo4vlr' visited Raiford) Inst Saturday afternoon Brooker Sunday. I ;Mr. and, Ml's.V.. S. Valencia Boys higher then on account of the increasecd demand.

Thursday. The Ladies Aid programopened and while there attended the Isabella,> and Jennie :Maude Crosby tained in honor of the Raiford -
"' I l with devotional exercises followed speaking.J. : [ spent at Pine boys YOUR
Sunday Hill who BUY
'I guests of were drafted and were to LUMBER AND
: l with short business session S. Jackson will make I report
: a business Willie :Mae and Cuntey Olliver. for duty at Camp Jackson ... .
then came the social session, the part trip, to Jacksonville next Saturday. :Mr : Thursday
k ; which is so thoroughly enjoyed. Pain) I J. Norman: and J. IX :Moor expoet day in Guy Starke. spent last Fri- II.night Bloodsworth, honor guests Hance being :Messrs.. C. We carry a complete stock of Flooring, Ceiling Siding

I'! ty and appetizing! refreshments were' to go, to Jacksonville Saturday Mr. and :Mrs E. S. Gainey and chil lion Snpp. The, evening Petty and Ti- Finishing Lumber, \Vindows Doors Mantles in and
was spent in ,
to fact,
1. served and before leaving for their look for a position, dren of LaCrosse, passed through our chatting and any
a + homes the Bursts thanked :Mrs. Cline The playing interesting every peice of building material need.
high wind that struck this section burg :Sunday! afternoon. games after which the you
)' ; ::4t for her good offices in acting ns hostess had people busy fixing/ up their :Mr. and Mrs. :Murrell spent Friday invited into the dining guests were Don't off
room where put
to the Aid. building.
your Costs
1 ) ,, fences Sunday afternoon. in Stnrke. hot ohocolate marshmallows of all lines are contsant-
i ]Ucv. Alfred Evenilen was n business -' Buy a ibrrly Bond :Miss :Maude Shaw spent last Satur- were sel'ved.ThoK. and cake ly mounting higher and higher, and face the
we must
t'j visitor! .to Jacksonville:' . ,Thursday.tiunu.iy . I \\OOHI.A\\V. .IHK-..... .virivi.. .. .. ..A day in Alachuathe truest of frionrlx.' - .-. whn.. ..- ........Ino.ft..*. .1.._ ,I.. .1.._ _1-] 1__ .
y WIM'K( the r.pwonn i.engue! : Miss Gertrude Thomaswho uL-ciiaiun un: uu lOW prices are
gone never to
has were, Misses Nauright return.
3: I f Grace :M. E. church will celebratej I' been Helen Fannie
j the Epwoith League annviersnry.I Woodlawn ('urkIay: 1.-:Mr. I). L. quite ill, is some better at this Bloodsworth, Dora Johnson Loca Ca- We specialize in
Kite attended church writing : prompt service and the best material
f at Emanuel; Sun. son, Mamie Denmark Mary : in
There will be installation\ of ortlci. I Bloods-
t other rs day. :Miss :Mamie Pinholster, of Pine Hill, worth Loca Johnson, Vesta the market. Can save
and Inteft'stinlfl'atures. Reynolds you bill.
all of
money on
which will be announced next week. I The farmers here lire busy planting was in our town shopping Friday ivf- Aileen/ Reynolds, Flossie Reynolds and every

i The their crops over damage b'inj.causl'd ternoon. :Mrs Dorothy Shelley, of :Mobile
cottage mel'tinlC'wa" ,
held prayer by the heavy rains.. Miss Lois Kelly of New River, spout! Messrs. Chas II. Rlnodsworth I
Monday evening the home Rance
;Mr. O. J. Phillips last week the guest of her sister : Petty Tison
returned! home Mrs.
/ of :Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. )Hess. Sapp Sidney I
i Anyone A. A. Futch
from Hazcn.
I :Miami'Saturday/ night to Looney Sapp, Herbert QUIGLEY
l I desiring to have one of these prayermeetings Ritch Warren LUMBER &
Mr. I
a while with his parents. Later he will Arthur Celon left lost Satur Bloodsworth, Ben Altman,
held In their home will kind- Brady Rosier
l f ly send their invitation to Rev. Alfred tro tn Jacksonville where he will enter' day for Columbia, S. C., where he willent..r Lacy Cason Ellison Rosier, Shepard
i v1 Evenden.; Buy s Liberty B.nTti service for Uncle Sam. !Moore, Jack Gobols, and others. SUPPLY COMPANY

I 3-W''s Organized Quinine That UMS oar Affect the Howl Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andrea and Mirt: Cason Entertains
Beeau.e of it. tonic ami laxative .ft...,. children of Old Bradford attended :Miss Loca
On the Cason
t 4 L aftenloon of April :30th, the TUK UttUMOUl'lNlNIUtllrrlhn church here entertained a few
or.lmurr Saturday and
Junior Philathea. and Daraca Quinine hid doe not cnue nervou Sunday. her friends Friday
claM of ne 4 DOW evening In hon Starke
:Mfr Tison Florida
"l the full Sapp, of Raiford attended or of
I Grace leak hi cast D..m..nd Chas H. Bloodrfworth
M. E. church the Corner ,
i.. nt j>nr- it>r W. UHOVB. *) church here Saturday night. He I Sapp, who left for training and camp Tison at .

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