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 10, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04654
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.ntablished 1879. Subscription; ; Year: $1.30: ; Six :Months, 75; Cents. Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor. I.;e{,

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STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 45. ,
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IRADFORDWENT' ALL BUSINESS HOUSES IN 'WAR DEPT. TO GIVEADDRESSES 'SPRING +
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STARKE TO CLOSE EARLY 233,000 MEN FROM OF KILLED TERMCIRCUIT



OVER THE TOP FEDERAL ISSUES: FOOD ORDERS' : ADMINISTRATOR EFFECTIVEMAY : STATES CALLED TO COLORS IN MAY :Military Gain; Information From Value IM. of Enemy Slight' Might : COURT h

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IN BOND DRIVEJVERSUBSCRIPTION to the fuel conservation I ,' ..\KE III 'I LEU nol \\\s-- Beginning began lust issuing Friday for the war puhlua depurtment BEGANMONDAY

j I policy of our Federal Government, particularly 'lit I'U:: AMEKIC\N: SPIRIT tion the home aililn'sson of men n'-

as evidenced by the ettiit ported on I the casuallyIts!.. fiomj
IN ahead one hour of the clocks) throughout Impatient) .\" ails Hi* ('1111 to Service j "France. Thm action 1111'11111that u it has SHORT

the nation, between the last Sunday I In the 111i..nlll1'11I' }' been determined that any military information I SESSION MARKED. :

COUNTY 35 PER CENT in March and the last Sunday in ; : the enemy might gum fioni THE SPRING COURT TERM

September and "by the wishes of a ma- | In the I list I issue of the Telegraph u the lists would not be of sulHVicntvalue

VERY DISTRICTENT BE1ONDALLOTMENT jority of the business men of the town I ; ; ( fl'r wupublished from n Stnrke to justify the iixiety among the :91.1x1' n\ll. CASKS: DISPOSED I

: AND WON AN of Staike as expressed by a petition of : : i who" says that no American "Over relatives) of soldiers occasioned. by suppression CW'lnmL i oKi-rr: HAI>>>
the business men of said town dated : wants to come buck until! the of this aid to positive identification.

HONOR FLAG the 22nd day of April, 1918, in which they were sent there for has l been> I'EW (',ASDSSpiing :: .
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these hours were mimed and agreed I When the department begun issuing

|In the Third Liberty Loan campaign/ upon it is hereby ordered that, commencing Liberty Bonds. of tinthird issue casualty lists without addresses! be( terns of circuit court convened

At closed last Saturday night Brad- the first day of May 1US!) I been easier to ,sell I than they were i committee on public information refused ;Monday at 10 o'clock Judges J.

rd county did a man's part toward and thereafter until the lust Sunday m : either of the two )preceding issues to handle them on the ground i'1'. Wills |varslding i and .\. V. Long, t

pporting the govcinmenl. The orig- September, li 18, or untfl otherwise or- The. American spirit i is> beginning to that they were of no news value in state attoiiicy. .;

kl i quota of bonds allotted to this dered all dealers! in general stores itself and when it becomes I that form. Since then the lists> have Civil i I CIIH.-H "

inty was $101, 00. Toward the end shall close their places of business not \ awnkrned the enemies of been made public by the adjutantgeneiill's l I Knoxvillo! Lumber, & ;Miinufacturin! ,:'

[the campaign it developed that two later than 6:30: oclock P. :M., each day ' unit rust Re will be swept off ) nftico diretl. Army olliciiilsme Co.. VH T. L. Godwin; icplovin, damages '

j three of the states in the Atlanta except Saturdays; that all meat markets the earth. included now it is understood, to $Innn. Coot to enter judgment.IVnmmilnr .

Ideral, Reserve District had made and garages, (except for the sale ) The following letter from, a Luke continue with the present arrangement Naviil Stores C'o. vs Norman -

.otments on a lower basis than that Iof I gasoline and oil) shall close their ) boy who is impatiently await holding that the committee went pros, iixtiuinpiiit t diiinugea :$1,000.; ()

Jed in making the allotment in Flor- places of business not later than 7:30 his call! to the color typifies the wholly out of its proper field 1 in refusing Verdict In favor of plniiililV.

To avoid confusion and to place I o'clock P. M., except on Saturdays. ', American spirit: to handles the limited; lists.. Star Clothing :Mamifuclunng Co., f

|sections on an equal footing tht'"' I. I Done and ordered, this 27th day of'' ; Luke Butler, Flu.. The department is now said to ln vs Jiii'kHon and Codw; 'in, nsus niinit| "1

ant in Florida was reduced. This April 1918.UNITED April 21. 1!>18.! convinced that the uildiesses, can fur- damages :$j2lin.'crcl; l't in favor of w'plitntuf.

jjught the Bradford county allot- ) STATES FUEL ADMINISTRATION : : r.V.. .J. Epperson, nihh no information; to I the enemy even 1 < :,

|ut down to $78,<;)00, but the cumin I' :-. Starke. Flu. if it means to communicate) them toicimuny Frank K.: Wooil I Cu, va R.I.n- \

was already under full swing Hv W5I. R. STECKERT.. ( ; I SirWill : (; exists, und that even Lit.' total ilii'WM!! asNiimpHit, daniagt's $.;lIn. Wr- 11.
h. the higher amount as the goal Chairman. Local Fuel Committee for you please let me know when I number of casualties in any hut hurt in favor of- plnntiir.

when the final figures were tabu- Bradford County. he called 1 to thi, colors? I am very tells> nothing: The department will Simmons llnidwiire Ci>., vs .luck-

d It was found that 401! citizens of Approved: I to join the colors at once. continue to omit the IIUIIICH of ii-gi- son & (iodwin! asmiinpsit, ilnmiigeR!

r county had bought $105M)0: ) worthThird ARTHUR T. WILLIAMS, I You know that I passed the exami nients or other units lo which the men $1.000. Judgment' ill favor of iilnintur. -

Liberty: Lotus' Bonds. Federal Fuel Administrator for a few days ago, but have rend were uttuihcd , s

t aced ,>n thi: ,revised allotment the Floiida. > much about I the rascal. who rules -. (!H""H Manufacturing ('o., VII M. 51.inll'iH .
I ---.-. -- ' gei'piany that I vvmli IIH soon us :'JCNIOK-SEMOR:; : I I DINNER: : PARTY (
UHsiinipHit
,jjnty mad an ovi ubsc1' plion of diimagoH: $ lilli, \DiamiMsed -
put 'J:' per L'"iit, which is excueding- i DEA'IH: OF' MRS. J. H.\nUEI.I: SSilile to go and get crack lit him I ;: -;; for until of ,proHecution.SiiwaiiiK'i' .
the mall wrongs thai he has done At the lesiiU'iice of :Mi. and !Mrs. .1..1.F. I.Cnno'II.
'cl'editabh', and is fully up to what ) Itial'iWat'I'n.., VH Lunlio I
ho thersubseliph It !\ men and women over there; also on North Walnut street ,(4 l Dickert, iiHxiimpHlt, lamiigOH .
i done throughout I nation as was quite u hock to this town $1,000.Verdict
the inMilU that has Wediu'Mlay t'vi-ning, :May\ I IM! the Junior -
he said in
I re"I"J favor
MI' "I'! the total amount and community when it was learned in of plnintifT.
I'' , that Mis. ,1. I Harrell to our (President trod! country clues of (Inliradford! County I D.Y.. Mniiri' VH Mi'lniFiManufac
e i u bo in i i |p r c eI i t.For widow of the lute I'
: Rue if you can nininge: in some WilY High School gave u dinner party m turing Co I :MiiHielwhitt
the pin' PI"' of the campaign Joe IhiiTL'll had died almost suddenlyof honor nn< & Ui-own, ,
"end in i n certificate. in repaid l !lo of the Senior class. This huts etectini'iit/ verdict, in )
.( count \\h liudiil,< into five disieti 1 acute indigestion. ( favor of plnintilf. -
with I I'M',, I ,,iiiUing, towns as the :Mrs. !Iluriell l had been in iippurer.tly) : pastor: the oxnmlnatinn:> showing I the delightful crowning, event of the t j
I l ; t I inn in good l physical condition. commencement "" 1"11. und, will al- Ktio'(\'isle Lumber & \
health 1lnnuCnl'turlnlfI'
ritii ot "II h <(ill I tint as good us could he expected at
I though! I would l be culled, this week wnys be rememheii'd, ,by, t tho' Jiinioi I 1 ' '
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FiTli, < f uli in iln-i I districts was as her Ke. :She:' was so) years' and two : : I and IlilK ( 1)111, 1'. L. (;;IIIlwln, aetiun in mplev-
.Senior I'liissrn of
I hnve I IK" will us one of I'
en disappointed I. MI you !
flows) months old. She nine: her home with In dnmiigeH $1,000. Veulict for pliilntiir. -
I do s hilt you can for me in rc- the "led 1 l letter day,," of their lives .
' AllotSub- her youngest son Mr. Wade !Hurrcll
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'it to the plea to (light those Huns? Miss Anna Cnnovn received the I Friinlc K.: \\'00,1'S II. J. An- I
:11' moot scribed up to. the time of her death. Mrs. 11>\1"- I
I I Hoping to hear from guests, with the usslstiinee. of !MUMFlorence
by return
ke Butler. - _ _IWO::: ;: $13,050: roll ate a hearty supper and Was up a I you Alrttthrws'Inns. of ilrows iiHHiimp.sit, damageM $500. Verdict -
| I president
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rke ::1\100:: \ 86,530: i little late with the family as they had i, am tho Juniors in fuvur of plantlir.
I' I Yours truly. mid iimducted 1 them into
'; 14100Ord talked und Peninsular Naval Stores Co., vs P.
J'iOn (company retiring
pton upon
I (FRANK A. .1. P.OYLK: ] t the pallor und Hitting. loom, whirli wasdecorated
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_ ;5,:!00 6,0001 i lemed to bo, perfectly well\ and, alrlcht I' T. Norman asHiimpxit, danuiKeH Jl- t,
i Box ::1:1: Luke Ihitlor, Fill with potted, p'mits! nnd) pink )
,000. Vrrdirtn; favor of pliintiltCaineHvillo
:!.liOO; 5,300 About 1 o'clock Saturday morning she
ley - i 1' S. You will notice that I did nut carnntioiiH, whit everywhere in evidence j
.., :.:._ awakened the family and they saw I > I ; \ Hardware! ( 1)., VII Starl
11 the word with were the cluss colors of purple
( he ill and summoned I Dr, germnny u capital. Lumber Co., iisnumpsit, d-'imageH $500.DiNniiHMcil 7
;t1' $7X.I; () $lO:>. ;1I11) | was seriously nnd white. I
j : it! should not have the thing ,
or
.11 II] towns in the county over-sub-i Curefoot of Worthington, but sheens I any (in motion of ik'fc'inl.int.;
I rules over it either.lluve I The 'ining; room wan decorated 1 withraruntiuns ,I I P. '
iribcd their allotment but Hampton already dead when he arrived. A. CniMliy VM C. II. Moody, (. W.
,
I lord 1 so ninth about thosi- I Huns f und ferns with the clamidorn
:With: the largest ovcr-subscriltion.1) She is survived by, eight children, us blood boils I benulifully curried out in t'Vl"'Y'l'lw Lewis, IMIIHI' bloody, nsHiinipNit' luin- i
e more than trebled her allotment follows: Mr. John Harrell of Rai- I my ili'tail. table ages $:jriO. ,fudge di14'IUlilifl".I.| i
*---- biimpirt
double sub- ford j\[ Lee Hnrrell of Jacksonville was utbing Million !lank! vs "First Nutionnl !Hank: )'
with
,wtey came next u ; I' ; VMP J UKSON 1111.1. UK: of bru uty being centered by
iption. Lake Butler made a 35 pert Will) Han-ell of Hrookfr; Wade Hur- I UMD: FOIL\ ,\ \(I1I.LI.ItY11': : u cut glass boul filled with white cur- of iaincKViIlc: ahHiimpHit, damngoi '

; over-aubseription, but probably roll, of Rrooker; Joe -ilarrell[ of LaCrosse |I nations, und at inI1'val.s were placed, $1,000() ), (:..nti IIIl1'd. }

best feature of her showing is the ; :Mrs. Ida '\'eeJII.' of Santa I'e; I Camp' Jackson (Columbia S. C, will vanes of dainty ferns and "III'untilluM. I Criminiil 110..1.l cl

it number of citizens who bought I Mrs. Ann Brooker of LuC'rosso; Mrs. j I. (' a training station fur artillery, 'From I 1 the d'u 1 ruled, chnndutier I.ib'lioiis Stales of Fliirida VH Hilla I Duncan 1 assault

-pile. In the Luke Butler territory Virginia Crews of Brooker. I artillery olllrcrs; having already '! of purple and white extended to with intent to murder, releasedronditionrd I

(' person*, bought \bonds, which is a :Mrs Harrell was a member of the draft.'I.1 ( > ; sent to that"point and, in u short ''the guests plates, by which were handI on good: Inliuvior.

t1e more than on",hulf of the totul Primitive Baptist church and was held some :MO.OOO)() to IIIUUII| ( ) men will I made place curds suited to the. Individ- Slate of Flnl'ila's 1 Kva; I liorncy, nndLonniu

number in the c.unty in high esteem by nil who knew her. sent there for training. The art ii- uality: of each guest; also dainty Ibtib'y, liienking: and entering

' SE; S. :bLatthce'unty. chairman, The family have a host of friends vvln. : units field signal battalions and) I baski'tH of nuts and 1 hulled nhniinils usI I Continued.
las received! fi.mi) :Mi W. C. Ward, sympathize with them in their be. i trains now at Camp Jackson souvenir favors. A delicious Hirer State of Florida, VH Mulllo Harper,

hairnim roe the Atlanta Reserve reavement.The ( I,, n manThe bourse[I I, dinner was served, by Misses\ forgery. Three iiiinitliH in county( jail.
Di fiom :Mr. F. W. Hoyt, interment took place in !New Stateof Florida VH Joo Starling,
trlct, and infantry units who have been Ella: May Long! Doris Scott, AileenlAlvaii" I
airman for b.ast,, I Flol'ida. letters of Hope cemetery last Sunday morningat training at this rump times its es- j,,i / and iluilyn; 1'iiHrott, four earnnl rniiliNol. intercourHu! with unrnnrriud of fe-

ongrratulutKin Im" the Bradford coun- 'i 11 o'clock. Rev. Dukes officiating, : -linient have boon ordered to charming;' high school girls who acted, proHHP by older court. ,

y eommitti-i" Both ask. to convey to where a large, crowd had gathered to : n Nevier, Greenville, S, C. These I an malls for the u..asion. after which Slate .of Florida vs Levy Alvarax,

ach'' memiii'i" "t'< tho'< committee( as.surticea pay their last respects. The floral ) .. will leave for their new camp nn toasts wen in order, MisH Florence grand larceny. Continued.
Stat of Florida ,
Oscar r"; ,
of then s,1y' sincere upprecia- ,offerings were numerous and beauti I )', H'; it is placed in readiness for ,, Matthews presiding an to.iHl-tmuilor. VH '
runt iiiteicourmwith uniniii'i'l1 I !I'male.
( II '
ern; ful. __. [__. I n ',,','upsae y. I''' The clnsses wele Illlid" with grupejnnr I ('nrlUII 11".1.
11".uiiI A )large: number nt the young men < d ml the happy: paily iliiink: mi>r"rilv "' i'
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t't'f/ fIt- of I" "lI'i.l".4 .In
,1)1 \ I III OI : NIGHT MARSHAL CHASE : JIgluiul !
Bradford, county huvo boon in. to the following, (,nits: "To tho ,
1111 AbienlPe d' I
I STOLEN en FORD CAU3'oniluy : l ,lilt I"i ( 'limp .I'I) ; (Miii) tied nova K ni ill,' tils: ) .," lIol'n.VII..m. "'I'll | ) "IIY '
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fars.if .r .
tThe n I ii, i Mr. and MI- (Fl'iiidn v, 'II" I II Ii
I t th! "if I I. 'IR) : tiinfi'iied 1 In ( (utI) Hi'. .In'1101' Jiili;; ," 1;itt<1' Rvodny! ; "To '. '
I iiinl. I I
with !
D, c l .\. sympathize i night: about 12 o'cloik.v \t' ,ill! i,1 I WII'|' I I.,. oC ("iMinl' lliI (thi 14"111,1' I Uov, .," .\niia Cniiova<< : !fur( "I' Ir : i n'eilng. I i

u .t 1 It, 'I a' their little ,son.I ,,,I1' ';' .'- :\In'' ho1 Austin! saw n car pa's, I i ( I t I 1 10 inn,... i ?i Pi res.i "Hr ,'ipon.p tJ> ih,' J'tniors> ," .b'I'" ',HH' 'I .::1'yn I't r a.S'S It..
b I treasui' u
De i. t ) iiui'h,,! Umii u t'h C'\I aril! ncjriu./ ,, ,I :" |. ; -- a. Tli"in., "'1'" fiiir i1"" i Mint, pdl1'i n'.il, ,. 1 "I' I , '
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tl .n rp' >. I.I I I" I"1 1t'! 1'1:1-1.! 1'rIIt I i IeII
q I i '! a white ill iVrl'. having h.ul! wOl'lI'' | i I 1..0". "'. S. ,1', l'ivvll'H" IH'hl".u"a- , ,
1 itthin! i its ; :i : 't'Iri'! I 1lIltfllCII'\1 a : ' ( 'I ',p'I' '
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ngi; ..11 ((1;'unc'" ills to keep 11 'JI" 1 15 ",,1' '"ri )I I J ) ii "j'J"r.) I DuvvliM"! ) ; "To ,' 1 ,
I ) d" ', III
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\ : "d! that Ii. 'I I 'j... 't stole' in that :, < ., "., ,
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50 Si 1 In.1 ( }hIpt1: t'ut! J Ia'r' ': \ '" ; "
enftthi ,. .5(5' i' \ viiion-; .1" .im >1 Kne; \vill.iu hi, mind, uod 110' ; "'1'0 old II. II S.," Allan' ( ,i,,nova. -
er I' .\1101 " I.. .J. ;'oJ. .\ "1"11. ; It thin i/Ot/ 'It. to nun, d i iIII I II'
,, I b,itiil"' I : ronimnndi.Hii! ' ,TO ,- :. :1, W"k, ? I' T"'I\1.' =nn. I h ro'i1V I) ;j'oir
I P! siioc'l l ,icli.uit and "rot t i: I "
mi i ., to it lose hv Ruifoid: Epper':
I' Ih"h No Bill
''Il par.I iI'd hlnn'Junll' I ;" sc
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tijlfpla
As though sensing; the |, t ) /
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t ih'n I I'' ,piirvint. : ,' I. I'I, :.t'!le Rot:"ri" pI"' !L "'I', to son, eli poet rending hu predationfor ;'j''III, of Florida VII 1'(11'1'i '-
,'" 4" a it lh" ]leading car drove through side! ; i ' fur, t1tcm h// ram, "I '"I I Iu. .t t ,"n. the Senior ('Ill'" i of i'l!I)JK.i I. I IlL ..It! with intent to mlllI,I"
cm troets and drove for nn hour over I I i ,
Those this '
iiit''nillng han'luf't1'1'(
I'lin :Si; ity 1.11<111" :>li".tl'ol14.1 I State of Florida VH Richul'jlu.'udt ?
country roods dolling buck and) forth, ; the Junior and 1 Senior rluxsr tit the :
f birth, he beman : i I/n".I'1/ eon In 'th i... city' highly with Intent to tnm'dCltSlate
fffev
us if to elude the pursuers but MorI B. H, S. ,for l'J18 the Juniors bring '
ill -, friendsSe Iu'nend'ti'. (ruin Ocala shire she ; of Florldn! vs .1. II. Shaw, usxiin't ,
.,I hal Au sN'nwith the merchant at thewhfL'l
thing po-sible , ',. ,"vi, II packed hour? fir I'n'fit composed of tho following young with intent to m'nilciMiti '.
: M i r;v si ht of the until '
kept in cur pie : Kathleen Alvarez, Anna ( ',1'0-1' ,
febc line, on lust Snb- I ,,, II' (11111. The clst. hll" alr"lIdy of Florida, W Livy Alvarez
MIi'mor l limits the with !
en o'clock the lltIn tearing the city car a ( n ..ured here and 'on.i"t of thir Km: ma Powell Lucile 'fat II III. arson
inn burst of speed left the pursuers, and :Mitchell, Florence lIlItthl'lI"rul'!! 11
', t Gad.e ; t"t..1: matron and pil'l: I of uur' I --- --
fe mire ,.,, taken to Raifordy : they returned to the city. i Miss Rogers is in the city and !i Wilson, Hugh Fryer Pilt Tnmlinson, C'ANMNfi: ; I'.\<<:'1'01IUIJ; \'

line \.it'd I tenderly laid to Tuesday morning the matter was ) | rehersaU every, day at the I Harold Wall John Powi-ll. Senior 'If) IIA.NDI.i I : BEAN: CHOP (
i s reported to Chief Kite, who began an i I ClasH: Martha I'ripp, JCSSHThomas,
"' rbum, I
Rev "
liui'iul ground. "
,
ht "II''\ :Methodist church, investigation, which for a time proved liter Pun Minstrels is a refined, up- I| James Kickliter Wilbur Scott Augustus Mr II. A. Shaver manager of the

pastor i ibeted .. tn rill service and in fruitless The thought oecured to I I date typical minstrel show of nil Beanley Cburli'v Bi'atli-y: Shepard II. A. Shaver ,''i,, owners of the

iht in urged the loved him as Mr. Cameron was nearly always i ii". There will be black face nr- Thomas, Raiford. Epperson: IJay- !Kturko; cunning factory arrived \Veil-

touching wiry the little darling as out lute at night with his car and i> ,I as' end men, ballad singers, jok [ mond Spar Allan Cunovu, Clifford ''n""day from South Florida, and] U
to of
think nf ,Jesus who said, thinking he might have run across the ; und) dancers. The Indies of the U. I iTatum and the High School teachers, now rendy to begin operations here j

n the arm un- strung car !Mr. Kite looked him up. l ': I f. und the cant of Indies are great: ,I Prof. S. S, 'Howling Prof. B. 1)I). Law bits|| 'first shipment of cnnn has been +
children to come
r the titlU for of such ;Mr. Cameron informed! the chief that | enthused over the performance and and ;Miss i Delln) JJtromun.SHOW Homf'what dfluyed and canning willprobably
and forbid them not he did have some knowledge of the not be Blurted until nextwiek
He said l I -- Rogers' ability as (couth and I : : 11If:
lingdom: of heaven." 'or-thnt it was hm car the :Night; ) i i .e the public n big musical/ fSI''E1i: !: ] 'I : I'LAC I but this will not delay the pur-

home over there' becomes Marshal had chased, over the woods! und an evening of real fun from All Business to Stop I for One :Minute base of brans from perxons who are I

dearer when we have nl'ar-I the night: before and that he was merely rise to fall of curtain. All the In- Earh: Af'ernoim. at Six. O'clurk ready to pick. 'Mr.: Shaver has urninged -
carrying a load of negroes to their ) i -- ----- to hold the beans over and is
be of the U. D ( are active in their
Father Governor; Cults has that
|y the Heavenly homes which were scattered over nlarge I requested buying all that are brought: in. HarequeBta
in this sad '. of :Miss Rogers in every way the the ,
Ito the devoted parents of each town in state observe '
I I section country. the Telegraph to announce
intend to park the school auditor-
of fo'clock ;
prurtice sounding some signal i at
j Wednesday night for benefit War I to the growers that he Is ready to receive -
-- - each afternoon when this
and
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PRODUCTS JOHN (.OOlJISlmE: TEU "f.lhgh. what beans are ready for pick
GARDEN signal: is given: for each and) every ing.
ON CHARGE OF DESERTIONSunday
School auditorium, Wednes
Ir. L. W Kickliter has left at the May 15th. Seat sale will open person and to stand top at whatever attention they one are minutein doing :Mr. Shaver hopes to can 15,000() ( cases -

of Starke a "Drum Head" cab- morning Sheriff Eppersonand ,lay. !9 a. m., at :Mitchell's Drug: respect for the flag, :Men lirere'lul'Hted n' "nns during the season and will
Chief Kite arrested John Goodman ; probably be able to handle henna for
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[weighing: 14 pounds. This fc.ves Reserved Beats, 81 cents, in to their hars.
soil at the Bud Edwards' farm on a : ( remove growers at all points in Bradford ,
of what Bradford county tax
war
ea !) _. In Starke the big whistle at the municipal built addition
charge: of desertion. He had had orders ) - --.--- -- county. He has lately an -
able of producing. plant has' been blown each afternoon -
Hamilton scc- to appear for army service at CARD OFTH\VKS to his building to give ample
J. Green of the
for seconds to remind
show at I \ 20 for the season's, busi
of Rose No. Palatka but had failed to up handling
has sent in a sample Ktarke people to their tasks. and I
quit
place. the time with the result hp : "- desire to thank f"- friends for mess,
Boh potatoes grown: at his proper deserter. The officers kindness anJ thoughtful atten- .stand at attention for the flag, under I r .
posted as a
Green has about five acres of nor was have received word to deliver him (given us during the sickness dad whose folds American hoys are now from the fate that has overtaken those

fa and they are said to he extra Bank to the military authorities in Jack- : of our Infant .unhtr. uncomplainingly giving their lives I II under the dominion of the "Beast of

Tile gpelm n l left at the ponville. Mr. and Mrs R. B. Jackson. that this country might be saved Berlin.
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, actions of Austria. Bohemian troops time. The fact that heavy rains are !

11.// ] have deserted! from the Austrian armies falling may have a great deal to do 3sw

Summary of the War t and have joined the Italians, and, with the delay in the Gorman drive F

.f an offensive is not launched, demoralization but the allies hold high ground from I

____n.n. of the Austrian forces may which they can observe the German 1

:ome sooner than the outside world lowlands and have! kept up a heavy CHAMBERL:
I'lIU.iI't' I irrcater power, if he thinks it ndvisa.ilc expects.In artillery fire in sectors where the Germans -

:Secretary Ituk
to IncrouMermy to 3.000/100( > / have been indications for the last fewduys the front in France and Flanders has been at work bringing up guns for % TABLETS :

America is stripping for the decisive that he was preparing to do so. remained fairly quiet. Nothing approaching the battle whkh is virtually certain to ; _
One such hint of an impending
t battle on the battle/ front of Europe. a general battle has been comu. _
thrust developed Saturday morning,
In an executive m-ssion of the military reported. The allies are improvingtheir There is a feeling along the French
when the German artillery began violently lines und awaiting for the Germans is just what need, madam. Many
you
I! committee of the lower house of con- front that the Germans may attack in
t' to pound the Franco-British line THIS
green, Secretary::! Baker, :Major Gen. ti make the next move. the Ypres, Arras and Amiens sectorsat who troubled with
from l.orre to the south of Ypres were indigestion
a
Pope Benedict! has served notice on ,
I Marsh, chief of stuff and Provost :Mar- the'same time.
where his main effort of April 29( was the world that the vetican will not bea
shul General! Crowder have asked congress sallow skin biliousness
made. It has been pointed out by observersthat muddy indicating and
party to "peace offensive" at the I
: give the president i< blanket any
;rt to an attack on the Arras sector,
The bombardment was not speedily
-J j 9 authority increase the United States followed by an attack however, present time. It is believed that Berlin either on the appex between Arras and habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
up will seek to bring about "Ger-
, whatever size l te noees- a
rmy to may I Lens or on the sides of the allied
as was the case last Monday. "
man and if it advances by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before
,, to win the war. This country peace are repulsed using
nary lines as they stretch back from those I
Meanwhile, there has neon strengthening
.r to the German toa
i now has nearly 2,0000,000( men under of the allied defenses at impor- /nerve people cities, must come before the Germanscan these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.Now .
and the appropriation bill new "bath of blood, by pointing out '
arms army hops to their advance in'
tant points along both the northern carry
i fur this year would provide for an increase and southern sides of Lys snilcnt. The Germany.that the entente Pope Benedict allies desire has to let crush it be cither Flanders or Picardy much fur I they are cheerful and happy and relish their
of this number to U.000,000.
d ther. It is that forcesare
reported heavy
French have thus operated successfully I
known that he is desirous of
I While Arne.je'o'R plans for throwing ; in the Lucre region, which is one taking being assembled. before Arras for meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.

h... <.vn.-u rKsinirm into the bathe ..f t un __..:_ ..u!....*:.. k.H*.. *t 4l. .>. any steps which may.: tend to shortenthe ,6e... n,..nM..t. ..tt""k..... I
wi miiriiiui v* .i -"r-' -- --- ,
UUJUITIIVU j.iuiiibn but he does not
war at the
,: 1:1: against rruhxianibm i ; arc maturing, the Mont see
Germans as an approach to
r, ( 'f ] lull which has brooded over the western Rouge and the British Friday night appeal present would any reason bring to about believe desired that re-an WEDNESDAY:" I Ii

d.. battle lines continues. The expected strengthened their lines in the vicinityof
I / sults. Quiet Reigns Along \\'eMtern-Allie i
f'i' 4i{ icrmnn attacks on the Ypres Hinges, northwest of Bcthune.
The situation in Ukraine and the Prepared for Blow to Come '
and Amiens fronts have not been : 1--
The Somme:! front has been threatening
ruthless methods 1I
launched Here and there the opposing to break into its former furious the Germans in being followed by Still another day has passed with I -:'

: I artilleries have broken forth into activity for several days past, but of the people completing have been the reflected subjugation [lout the Germans on the western front I

f' wild bombardments, such as usually aside from the recent thrust by the ,attempting to commence a new phase = _...-
I in address Vice =
\. \ an by Chancellorvon ,, -.
of their offensive. -
"
are preludes to massed attacks on the Everyffhere along
French whkhrainl'<1 them commanding before the main ...- =
I Payer committeeof t: -
the line there r
:' i allied lines. Local operations have ground in the Avre sector, southeast nave been artillery
; ? been carried out for the purpose of of Amiens und 1 similar operationsby the German reichstag After detailing I duels, at some points of considerable !;

b straightening lines und raiding the the British around Villers-Breton- the measures adopted for getting intensity, and the allied armies are I/I/
enemy's' positions, but they have notdeveloped supplies of grain from Ukraineand lying in their positions waiting with II O
neux, the fighting him been left almost I .
r into anything unusual. the discontent and unrest amoung |expectancy, and also with perfect confidence ,
entirely to the artillery. The big Wheat
guns 1 i ii
The Jcrmnns must attack soon Oacknowh'.he \' are still booming threateningly in the the people there, the vice chancellor, the blow that they realize soon ave t ,,
in leaders of the
referring to Ukrain- I
their defeat in their ambitious Acre region and around the great ians, made the significant statement will fall at some point in Flanders or I Il I! Jil
attempt utterly to crush the :Montdidier suilent. Picardy. I
that the Germans "took
allied armies. steps to ren- Nowhere have there been infantry
In Palestine tho British have again der them harmless." any ,i Use More Cornmeal and Other '
The present phase of the battle is defeated I the Turks in in operations which arose In importance -
not unlike that before Verdun two engagements 11111 Coarse Flours and Do II'
the vicinity of the river Jordan. At. Tl'ESDAY above raids. Southwest of j I II '

had years been ago stopped., after the first German rush tacks by the Ottoman troops on two Australian and Canadian Troops Make Arras, near Neuville-Vitasse, the Canadians Your Bit

successive days beaten off with Monday night carried out a'
were Gains British Front
on
l Germany has lost heavily but the (successful stroke, Killing number of I
heavy losses to the I
enemy. Australian and Canadian
emperor still has reserves to throw Into troops are Germans and capturing three machine II 'I
l the fitfht. The defeat Monday on Austria-Hungary supplies some of in action on the British lines along the guns. The French in the Amiens sec- I iI The Calumet 111'1 I

the :Metcren-Voormezecle line southwest the most important items of the current vital sectors of the bottle front in tor also were successful In a similar

of Ypres has taught the Germans news, with a critical economicand France. I

t that the allies are prepared to stand 1 political I situation officially con- The Australians nave strucK the maneuver. lll '
t their ground. ceded to be developing at home just Germans near Marlandcourt, between Doubtless the heavy ground due to I Baki Powder !!
the rains is holding hack the 111 I III
as her armies at the front arc appar- the Ancre and Somme rivers preparations
The report that Czech soldiers,, deserting .o.M... .n.I.n... .*. *.? t..... .1......_.....U....'..t. :..M. n M. n..... _,___ .". Lu ...n .. east. of of the Germans for It Is no easy , .
-J vu .r u .r /\miens, ana nave auvuncea ineir lines
4 I are fighting from with the the Austrian Italians army has, been now I attack on Italy. upward of three-quarters of a mile. as task to move the "up men, gUS.Ul'i'; supplies I ICI ujIII
Meanwhile the
followed by a dispatch saying that The crisis in Vienna is marked by a result of two assaults on the Teutonic -,allied over line every morass.where is being reinforced Company III IIIJ111 !
I the dismissal of
Rumanians who had been > the Austrian parliament positions.
captured by ijl
the Italians have asked permission to by the Emperior's order and the The Canadians have appeared! in the I to meet the enemy wnen again 4 4I
he unleashes his
forces.
P declaration that forcible measures Arras sector, further south than they infantry .
fight against the Austrian. I :M. Clemenceau. the offers FREE
would be taken to make a resumptionof have since the battles in this region Frenc1premier, iiiIl
The liritJHh forces in Palestine have who has returned to Paris from
just
recaptured Ks-Sult: a village from its session impossible. A statement began March 21. This part of the i I visit to the battlefront, is a J111 I A War-Time
authorized new Recipe book contain 1I1II11II 1I1II11IIIllf
which retired issued makes it clear that the government line is most Important, as it defends I III+
they three for the statement that American I II
BKO.SATt'KDAY
was embarrassed by the divisionin Arras to the southwest and includes ( ing scores of splendid new recipes compiled I
to arrive in the III
I I troops are continuing I Illf
the localities
legislative body over the grave such as Neuville-Vitnsse, I I especially to meet War-Time
battle! in force.
food 1 situation and the various racialdigerenct'S :Mcrcutel and Boisleaux-St. :Marc, zone
Itlocked at Yores, Gt'rmanttacl, on in the Austrian body poli- where there have been bitter struggles An indication of the heavy fighting i I I economy demands. Send for it today. ''Ii'IiII

4 I Another Sector tic. since the Germans launched their the British are being forced to with-i I I

Having met with n reverse in their Such drastic action, taken in the great offensive.. stand! is contained: in the list of casualties cif\!

operations on the northern .ide of the face of the unrest throughout Austria- American troops on the French front reported during the weelc ending I II Use Calumet Baking II'

Flanders. sailant, where the French Hungary as the result! of the war's not far from :Montdidier have been un- { Tuesday. This list shows n total of'' I

I end British! have stood, shoulder to privations and the ever recurring racial der n storm of shells for the lust cou- 3Sr91;: of which number;!) officers l Powder in All Your 1/1 l/I

shoulder in defense of Ypres, the Germans differences, will cause the development ple of days, projectiles containing high and men were killed and, died of ,

11 have, as indicated by the most I of a situation in the dual monarchy explosives being mingled with those 'wounds. In the aggregate!: the casualties 1111111

recent reports, turned to the southern to bo followed with the keenest charged; with poisonous gas fired into are the heaviest reported in any War-Time Recipes ill
side of the angle in the! allied lines in interest. the lines held by General Pendiing's single week of fighting. It n proba-

northern France. On ,: Me, however that the figures do not
Thursday night 1IC'anwhile'il'nml men
1 and Friday the German artillery had, I IJmperior l Charles dispatches leaving havereported fort Along the remainder, of the front ini represent losses on ti'e western! front I\t\, You will have the best results

ll! seemingly centered its ire on the line I tln front and have announced greatly ,'i France there have been no engagements alone. I and no failures Ill''Ili'

between Givenchy; and the Neippe forest i increased activity along the Austro- of unusual character, nor has Considerable! political turmoil has ,

't'.' j and it may be that the enemy soon ,(Italian lines. The Rome official statement 'I the Italian front been attacked ns yet arisen in England over charges!; made I I lill I
The
will launch an attack against thin vital I does not give n like picture of ',, by the Austrians, who have assembled by: Gen. Frederick n. Maurice, who ;, Army and Navy Use It I

. section of tho British line. I the front line activities, but records I there. 1 recently was! removed from his post j i

1 I l Dispatches from tho liiitish headquarters i intense aerial op..rations.ith the I I The British forces which have been and sent to active duty in the field j 1,1Ifl
I tell of tremendous cannonade entente airmen holding the town of Es- alt, east of after he had made statements which i I I', YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY IT II
evidently having the
, ._. ...Ut-.l- I .. n' .. _ . _, .
I.- > II-KIUII, YMIIITI may D Ie laKen better of the encounters. me Jordan anu nortneast of Jericho, '; were considered to t>e a reflection: on I YOU SAVE WHEN YOU USE IT (
to mean that part of the Flanders for about a week, have been compelled Gen. Foch. 'r 11/1[I

, .i. battlefield at or near :Mcrville, where MO\I\Y again; to abandon the place before su- In n letter appearing in the London I '

.t! the Germans made their greatest advance Battle Arlhcly (ChiinKe to Italian erior forces of Turkish and German newspapers Gen Maurice charged 'I',' II/I!/ Calumet Baking Powder Co. 'IJ

S after the fall of Armenti(res. Front. Belgian Troops Deserting troops. The British, however are still | Andrew, Honar Law, chancellor of the '

Articles appearing in German newspapers .Austrian maintaining their control of the crossings exchequer and Lloyd-George with having I 4100 Fillmore St. Chicago, IllinoisA7rfi

would seem to indicate/ effortsto Over the battle lines along the I'lavn of the Jordan further south. i made misstatements in the house \

I J prepare the German people for an river and in the mountainuous> region From the official reports and dispatches of commons regarding military mat- I

, announcement that there will be no in northern Italy where the allied filed by correspondents at the ters. A special court of inquiry is to'' J

immediate attempt to take Ypres, Experts forces have been holding their posi front there come intimations that investigate!; the charges. I .;; -=-- -"r =- .=- -=- ..:
writing what be considered
.J may tions since last November after the
inspiring
reviews of the situation
great Italian retreat from the Isonzi
nay that netting could be,
gained/
by
t there I is ?
the increased tension and the long +"rv L
capture of the ruined city. This
threatened blow at this front
k may mean that the Germans will turn may be N. T. RITCH Pro. W. T WEEKS Vice-Pres.
I,; .1" their attention to launched by the Teutonic allies within J. H. RITCH, Casiher
some other part of
a few days. For many weeks the
the front for u new effort,
or
\ attemptto Italian: war office has been
: aware that
cut through toward the! south and
, i). force n Briti.-h retirement from the the Austrians have been assembling Bradford County BankESTABLISHED
the
legions
.A rrns-L'n. xadcnt. withdrawn from the Russian -
and Rumanian fronts for a driveat
' While waiting for the Germans to the Italian armies and it i id believed

ninkv the next move, the allies have that it will not be long before the central 1889
r i not been idle. All along the line their
powers will make another
i patrols Lute I been active, and at Il.inKard to reach the plains. of Venetia attempt, break Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE

j : and Villrs-Hretonneux they through the allies' lines and seek to
have taken tuctic.il positions FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
from the bring tibout n decisive combat in that
hill 82 t north of ('a-t..t. theater.Emperior.

The Kritish ) ; .
admiralty has found : Charles of
. Austria accompanied
' that tho channels at Xeobrugge, in by his chief. of
staff and high

0 which old! !British eruso'ra" recently I German and Austrian- nrmv". ... ."m..re-..;.... .., I,
t were sunK during the 1111\III raid) on u reported on his way to the* Italian ,
the German submarine bases on the I front and the
; great
i movement of
| flelgiiui coast, is still i I
I |i probably remain so for blocked a considerable and will seem troops to in indicate Tyrol und that Trrntino would When you hunt for efficiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.
\
vast
bodies of
I time. You should use the same care in choosing
German men are being taken from other fronts a depository for your savings
J troops' operating in Ukraine j to be hurled at the Italian positions The achieved this bank is the direct
I have advanced into the Oonetz coals I' success by result of its experience in the
:f Theblow, it is general! believed, banking t
reglonin the business.Ve
eastern part of the governnicnt I will fall somewhere in the! mountainous a

of Kharkov. The presence of ,-ection if the front, \ have learned not only how to handle
Germans so far east as this would \ the pribably in money to earn an income, but more important ,.
.! seem to indicate that Teutonic sectors I.agarmu face the and Astico valleys: These HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE FUNDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS. j
domi-I, north, and, if broken,
nation of
Black sea is southern almost complete.Russia I luwer would permit foothills the of foe the to mnnntnin penetrate; the Your money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night, but owing
*
I The '' n.e'ln to our it is SAFE.
: authority of Gen. Foch.who experience,
was
reach the
plains. If this should
'' 1 a recentl of the designated i allied commanderinchief occur the armies along the Piave riv- Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable papers.
armies in France, er would te
: ." compelled to fall back
has I been extended:< to include the
f forces on the Italian front probably as far as the Edige river. Condensed statement of the condition at close of "
as A result This would entail the loss of Venice : business Dec. 31st 1917.
of the
meeting of the inter-allied\ and ,
war a vast> expanse of
council at Abbooilo. country to the
1 .
enemy. ;
1. RESOURCES
; StTNDAVGermans = The decision! to launch an offensiveof LIABILITIESLoans

't grand proportions in Italy was and Discounts $143.924.96
Again Halt to Gather Fresh doubtless! forced Capital Stock paid in
by political $25
and economic United States and Municipal Bonds 14,347.00 00000
\ )Forces Crinii
in Austria
conditions Surplus fundUndivided
The German offensive! in Flanders I tria. An offensive prevailing in Aus- Claim and Other R 16186.98 1 10'500'00
1 campaign that ources.
has been held up now for of yields I profits, less expenses paid : :
111 virtually five gains ground might serve to still Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 19,500.00 1.680.40
days since the last dashed the Deposits
enemy waves clement
j which
: are seething' All other Real Estate owned 7237.61 390841.93
the
against rock-ribbed I
defense of i throughout the dual empire, and would
;c the British and French early last week postpone the day of reckoning that ; Over-drafts secured and unsecured 337.68

f and the Ypres line stood firm under ( seems in store for the rulers of Aus- I I I Cash on Hand and in Bank 223.818.10 .
J the attack. Gen. Von Aruim evidently tria. '
,
.' has been forced into this Inactivity by I German domination of Austria is be- I' t TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL

the severity of his losses and the time :coming more complete as time goes on. $428,022.33
1, necessary to marshal new forces for a 'Tyrol and Bohemia have been annexed "

fresh blow. for food administration purposes, to 'I 'VE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS.
WE
Concededly, however, the enemy has Germany, but this move in the great INVITE INVESTIGATION.

fresh troops for a thrust of even game of statecraft has served only to |I. - - - - I
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I his own womankind. His mother's P

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i [ State News I(Had seemed spirited that across she the wind-washed u.na

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YIfffflflfl tl11ryftl-p.....__.._.................:J And. wept through these sad! eyes of
Told I by Our Exchanges. Picardy.

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-_-- -- -- '-- Great hearts of Fiance! Which hath
school children have : I withstiod so well .
Daytona worth of thrift bought J Pohccemcn C 0 Pierce and n. E. The blasts of battles and the hates of
G$2! stamps and Seaman, of West Palm
Beach, have hell
10.000 of Liberty Bonds /been suspended by ;Mayor Dutch pending I Which jet hath grace to spare thypl'U'erll SALE
an investigatiin of their
case by and flowers
'1"<>m Powell, of Lafayette county,,,, the city council. These two officers From thy unnumbered deado one of
sentenced
been to thirteen month
ia> i recently raided
a gambling game, and ours,
In the federal prison for harboring I in the melee, shot
of
one the negroes Our love is thine! ,
who fail to respond to the seloc-
non
to death. One of the officers receiveda / By heart, by hand, by head,
lye draft. wound also in the fight, but the By whatsoever pledge it may be said! POSITIVELY GOING OUT OF BUSINESS

ound was from one of their own guns. By these-thy women mothering our
Oscar Miller, a West Palm Beach The coroner's
jury did not exonorate dead!
,I'yer, was convicted of attempt to the officers, and the suspension is EDMUND: VANCE COOKE.
a
kvadc draft. lie ii said to be the firstan Commencing Saturday May llth 1918
in the United States to be tried I consequence. (Cop>'right, 1918! .N. I';. AI) ,
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nder the evasion act. With the decision of the convention 1.\ FARMER'SIFE SPEAKS HER will offer item of $3000 stockin

Governor Sidney J. Cults received to accept the vote of Wednesday which I MINI) every my

hn invitation to inspect the Ford resulted in the agreement to reinstate
i mobile and airplane factories au-in the J. W. I'mley chapter of Gainesville The following article, clipped from Lawtey Fla. (next door to bank)
liftroit. The left Tallahass- the digereiico of the twenty-fccc- I the Atlanta Constitution, was sent us ,
e Saturday. governor ond annual convention of the Florida I for publication' I by a reader" of the Telegraph -
I
Diviiion> United Daughters of the :

There were 17 car loads of snap Confederacy, were settled, at thu clos- Mr. Editor: If you will allow me
beans shipped over the S. A, L. K. l U. ing meeting Saturday night except for space I will drop in u few words, on
the Gainesville section Thursday feelings of personal animosity which how Americans can win the war.
from I
had resulted when friend warred against We want to win and must win, but it
Juormntr.! They come in from the
T. & J. the night before. friend in the argument. can't nil be done by economy of the AT
farmers and the farmers' wives. There

Escambia county progressive \otirs Lieut. S, T. Valentine, of New York, has been a lot of talking, speakingand COSTd
made a sortie against cattle fever was instantly killed m the full of an writing on the subject of economy -
all of which has I been addressed
lick supporters last week in the spe- aeroplane fcatuiday morning. Valentine -
|i i.il' election to vote for compulsory was making u cross country flight to the wives of farmers. There ore not
ipping carried by 250 majority, from Carlstiom Field, Arcadia, to many faimers wives who have not
Doirdvld at an altitude of twenty-five dune their part and have bl'l'n111 the

Governor Catt has accepted the res- hundred feet. He dropped five hun- while.It d
nation of Sam Barco as county judge dred, then apparently righted the machine i ii springtime and there is a
demand for farm hands, and ,
great we
proceeded, suddenly
lurched fell
>r Dade county, who !roes into rmli-
two: thousand feet to the the farmers' wives!!, can take our babies i
service. W. F. Blunton gtouiul. His
I ,
was
ury ap- And cost in this instance
|>ointeed to !succeed! Judge Barco. jody was mutilated He hud been I to the field and set them down under means a big saving -
a hush in cracker box and hoe back
Ton thousand of capital stock fore cellent training lecoid.here two It weeks is thought, with he an eX-j and foith a while two or three littleones to all who attend this sale, for I have
around the box. This i is often
play
ed after -
new $12,000 Tourist hotel at lighting the machine after
Foit Lauderdale! has already been sold the first chop.A I .seen on the: farm! 'L _ __ !. added practically no new goods since the
I :\nn there is another scene, often
knd th has made
fion for its ompany charter. applies r A fire, which' is believed to bear I nurse witnessed in the in hack the cities yard, with nnd that the children is a- tremendous advance in prices last July. -
some of the earmarks
having
strong ut/
State Comptroller Ernest Amos, re- been incendiary, broke out :Sunday; parties while and the receptions mothers, or me some ut card! Space will not permit an itemized list with it
oited n net collection of $111,902.08: : night at about 8 o'clock ut the Atlantic -
axes on motor vehicles from January Coast Line railroad lumber social function. I do not know Otlll'I'j
forwarding thing about those societies, but I quotations but stock consists of Dry Goods
to May 1, inclusive There haveen docks on Tallcyiand avenue, ,
about them They do lot to
a
t.JOfi; : registrations and of this Jacksonville, destroying u lighter war, they say; but they could! do more; I Notions Hardware Hats and Clothing
lumber : which
1..120 were motor cycles was lanlen with lumber, as well they could send those colored nurses ,

as a pile of lumber on the dock. Had out in the country and help us farmers' I] that advance from
the fire gamed the things are sure to 25
: Governor Catts has reprieved Ed upper hand, the wives work on the farms, and ath'ndl i
nd Jasper Minims of Polk county, whole dock plant would undoubtedly to their own children like I have to do t
ntenced to hang ;May 17, to give have been destiojcd. A reflection They could do their own cooking and per cent to 100 per cent in next 6 months.
pern time to present their case to the from the fire was noticed by some of I send their cooks to the farms where
rdon Board for a commutation of the officials of the docks, and a tele- they are much needed to raise food- I 1f
ntenee. phone message was sent in to the city stuff. They could! clean their own
fire for assistance.. To merchants needing store fixtures I
department
houses, wash their own clothe and ,, (
[ Governor Cutts has removed Alton the washwomen und! the sc-ruhavvmnen ,
I llendry, tacolk'itor of Taylor Private contractors in Flotida and
could l1.o. used on the farms. Try this have
unty, on account of an alleged short- other southern states working on contracts for three months There are JP i
to of $1,700 repotted by Assistant for the war department have sands of men and women who \ thou'l ,

late Auditor Mclntosh. The gover- been ordered to discontinue further recruiting I ing nothing but having: n good time, I 1 Iron Safe with steel cash J
pr appointed W. A. llendry to take of labor but to secure work- just like there was no war. 125 00 ;
place. era through federal employment! service -I I It mnkcs me tired to read n piece of I I
this being due to the action of advice"to farmers' wives. After we vault (Carey) O /
|According to report filed by dealers Governor Cults of Florida in ordering have finished our I breakfast, cleaned ,
Sea Island cotton, Jacksonville is the arrest of all labor recruiters operating ;\ up our house, milked, and churned, if
bw the largest exporting port for in violation of the state lawsrequiring our chickens nnd pigs/ taken our f'tl// 2 8-foot Floor Show Cases
is staple. This year Jacksonville licenses and bullies, to the field I, hoed until 35 00
fa shipped 25-1: ;i bales, which is more I t
think
itis 11 o'clock, take up our loud each .
11 n twice as many as Savannah has The supreme court has granted an and go back to the house to hurry 'din Bevel plate tops, '
ipped. alternative writ of mandamus in the
ner by the time the plow hands get in.. I
case of the state of Florida< upon the Wash days' come when it is too wet to I
,While driving/ Ford auto through relation of Daniel> A. inlayson, rela- work, nnd ironing: Saturday afternoon 4-foot Floor Show Case *Jfff\
ie streets of Lake! City, Mrs Riven- tor vs Ernest Amos, as comptroller of And I think after we have prone ) ,
Itch ran the car over Hugh Wilson, I the state of Florida, respondent. In through all this day after day we II \J.\J\J
Ie little 4-\ear-old<<: son of Mr.! : and his proceeding! :Mr.: Finluysion, u lawyer I:might have meat or biscuit, if we I Bevel plate top
rs. ii, A. WIiSOf, who, with his ana former state senator irom raise it. Anti if any one has to do I
other, was attempting to cross the Jefferson county, seeks to require the without, let it be 1 the ones that do not {
ircet.5R. state comptroller to issue to him a li- work. I am not trying to run the I 1 pair Standard computing a
ccense and! tags for his automobile
government's business, but I say if all 100 00
G Laycock, of Davis, thirty miles Mr. Finlnyson has a five passenger car, the nurses, maids, butlers, cooks, J
rthwest of Miami, was given a coat which has more than twenty-five chauffeurs and corner loafers were scales new .
t tar and feathers by a committee of horsepower. The statute governingthe sent to the farms and the soldiers to
avis citizens last week because of subject appears to be ambiguous.This ( the front we could win the war and .
ileged unpatriotic utterances. Lay- statute to be construed is as follows have plenty to cat at home and to Also 2 Counter Show Cases, Refrigerator 1
fcck was said to have attempted to : feed our soldiers. But the farmers
Interfere with the sale of Liberty Series B-For any automobile and cannot feed themselves and soldiers
ends.I other motor driven vehicles with a and all these idlers. Let's everybody Extension Dining Table Gasoline Lan-
seating capacity of one and not more work. Lot's all do something to win ,
I Approximately 37,000,000 cigars than five persons-$;;.00. the war and save our country.A .
ere produced in the cigar factories of Series C-Automobiles of more than FARMER'S WIFE terns and etc.
mpa during! the month of April. The twenty-five horsepower and not more
ctories have large government or- than fortyhorsepower$12.00.bThis .
jfers for cigars which are sent to t litigation seeks to determine BANDS ARMS -
ance for the men in the army. More whether licenses for automobiles ,
Ian 6,000,000 of these cigars werelipped should be paid for upon the basis of Sale will continue until

week alone,_ horsepower The result will be of interest LIMBS ASLEEP
I
to many hundred and perhaps
Manager C F. W. Wetterer of the thousands of automobile owners in the -

Vmpa Electric Company announces fore state And Was Ran-Down, Weak and everything is sold
other voluntary raise in wages i --- ---
| men in the company's employ, the i "MOTHERS; OF FRANCE"A Nervous, Says Florida Lady.
reel car men receiving two cents
Five Bottles of Cardui
addi- ( Scene Described by Secretary
tore per hour, making, a total
kn to their wages for the past year I Baker) Made Her Well
140 per cent, all of the increases he- A country road somewhere. in France, STRICTLY CASH. POSITIVELYNO
\A sound Of solemn music
voluntary.
There advancesAn Kathleen. Fla.-Mr*. Dallas Prlno,
I of thIs place, Bays: "After the birth
V 8 a result of a row over a differs of my last child. .I got very much '
in theTr-busmess affairs during a army chaplin and a village priest. run-down and weakened, so much GOODS CHARGED
unken brawl Saturday night between Arm linked to arm. Last but not that I could hardly do anything at
bnry Mason and Charley Miller of leastA all. f was BO awfully nervous that I f fi
He Oak, the latter is in the county group of women soberly arrayed I could scarcely endure the least ,
awaiting the result of injuries in- *.. noise. :My condition was getting
and of this worse all the time. .
Between the front rear
ted) upin his adversary with an axe.
I knew I
must hare some relief
or
ich he is said to have driven into paradeA I would soon be !n the bed and In a
back part of Henry's head file of "N'os amis, -those Yankeemen serious condition for I felt so badly
and was 10 nervous and weak I could
he Shaver Canning Company at Who came to succor France hardly lire. Uy husband asked Dr. H.C.PEACE
lint City will be ready to handle And then about my taking Oardul. Ho i
etable or beans and tomatoes when I The quiet, central figure of the day. said ')t'8 a good medicine, and good
T Baird, for that trouble, so he got me I S bot
products are ready. J. .
ftber of the company, and who has |Who was he? Who was this who lay ties felt greatly.After Improved.about the .second.before bottle taking I ,1
his comrades' muscles a*if borneIn
the Upon
i supervising the installation of it my limbs and bands and arms
machinery and other equipmentthe honor from some game where he would go to sleep. After taking It,
plant has everything set ext : had tornA however, thIs poor circulation disappeared. .
the boiler and the bean cutter, glory from defeat? My strength came back to
Jch will, it is expected, be in posi-I Well, so he had me and I was soon ou the road to 1
i within ten days. Though he was but a simple, soldier- health. After the use of about I 6 bot-
I ladWhose ties I could do all my housework Mercantile Co.
I and attend to my six: children botides. -
.ouis Seem, a merchant of Tampa game was war, whose goal i is.. ."

I a Rumanian by birth, will hereaft-I I the rearing. .grave. I You can feel safe In giving Cardul
ite his name "Shine." :Mr ShemjnB .-t---_ ""% I a thorough trial for your troubles. It
application to Circuit Judge F. (These women of the France he came to : contains no harmful or habit'forming I
Robles for the right change his i save drugs, but la composed of mild, vego-
e, stating that he did: not like thenvman Had never known his face or heard his table. m*<1fofnai ingredients with no LAWTEY FLA.
!, sound" of the original spellMb | name bad aftereffect Thousands of women ,
, The judge agreed with him and ( But when they saw the funeral file have voluntarily! written, telling of.. ,
| the good': Carrlul has done them. It
?... the order making it legal for Mr.JcMin they came should help you, too. Try It. E 74
. to become :Mr. Shine Dropping their daily tasks, to take, the ,
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STARKE. FLOKIDA. FRIDAY MAY 10, 1918.
r>Ma I..uun nRAnronn COUNTY: TELEGRAPH

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Jacksonville were visiting relatives I! .Mr. Diane-hard will work for a while in For the purpoKO of holdlnit th. Mid election FOR COMMISSIONER HISTRICT: Sn
week is much improved. the following .,. lm\. town appolnumi I I
hereby
m..I( announce that I run ,
,; Bradford County Telegraph Those attending to busmpss in Jack- here last week. Jacksonville, returning to his home for A. B. Surrency. K. L. CoUon. i". I.. Grviflo.'r. I for County COInm..f"n. r for. 1 lii- i ,

..;..nvilll the earlier part of this week I Mrs. T. S.: Anderson of Live Oak, wcek-i-nd i visits. D. I'INIWLS'fER. I') yIulflcO and I'nlcBtmf \otinrcaptfctfully .i- t. < .
Chnlrmnn Hoard Public truollun. Bradford solicit U,.> ,
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.Messrs. J. C. Alvarez JJobt. C. spent few days with her mother
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V \\i-iu County Florida.Attest coming pHmiirv ilicttmI I
Publishede. %! and entered an teecmj S.Tl'W.L.ST) DAY 1OU tWI'u:: :
I i'mi.', Marion Keddmh, Ellery Sapp, Mrs. S. A. Richard, this week. : my In-fit vfToitM. to ci rs: , ,4

claim matter at the OhMlliit atSlarkl' .J. II. Wamright, Cluvc Mott and Prof. Mr. Sidney Richard of Camp VOTERS 10 1'I'OLL TAX E R.County 1'01'PKI.L"Sup' und Sees S-lO-Bt. of the public. O \ "in: '" *

riorida.rr I I.. ;\. luts.Mt. I Wheeler Macon, Cia., was in Lake I honbvannounco in.hi .. .

: ,'*. Carrie Crews, of Vanderbilt, Butler this week visiting relatives.Mr. Saturday. :May 11th. is the last day I By the pottvrenlf.l NOTICE OK. In FLECTION them by the SchoILaos j d>str1.' fj
ii rev
I K.: S. :\T1HIWS: Ixlilor and Owner. -pi'nt part of last week at the bedside and Mrs. 11. R. Richard nnd that voters may register and pay their of tho Mato of Hiiriiln.' the Hoard of the Support of the vo-ru u( :'<, '! '

nf Airs. Maggie Wainright who was daughter, Miss M: J. C. KOU1NSO.V. AMMHiate IMitor.1OIB an oli'Clion to be lurId In Special School If .
elected .
-vrmualy ill. spent a few days here this week with law, to participate' in the Juno pri Tax Ulnlrirt No. 5, Little, Spring on SiituYJuy. \- brat prcniinH of my ability." tu u r\e J I""i'* j '. **

:Mr. and Mis. Drew UedJish were relatives. mary. This: is a matter that should tune ISth. Id ID. for tho puriKiw, of ""teC)- i | -

M :.,y I tailed to the home of their relative not be neglected by the voters of the of Ins millntre threo IruBtcfH to bo wmiMudror sod to .clitvrminc the amount cnndiilnt Frirn.li fur of J. J. BlflHrifr ann. urn, ?, fc
County
: :Mr. Lorenzo Green, because of the I'AK.MKKS: ; : PLOWING t'P COITO.NAMI and the > of holding the Hald flectiontho Commituiinn. i *
.__ I county, no one should wait until) I pur) uim trfct No. 1. composed of I'aleiitin. ,
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IMLit! .,...J'HUJ.iI-"w .liiiih of his infant child Sunday. PLAV1T1NG I FOOl) CKOPS the last day to fulfill this duty.Don't \'v. S following Liub.... rnnnaKi'rn'0. L. Ml.have vlli. >. W.'b n Km appointed vn., : cli.neo voting prcinct' We tutk Ih. !
.4 Woods! who has been lit.tl'utl'ely of the voter* of the district for rt
Air I Jock T. U. 1'INHOLSI'KR.Chairman M l- 't
forget. Your poll taxes must an.1 l them that he ,
assure wtil Kl\f 2
cared for in the L. K. Kaul- Poar.1 Public Innlrucllon. Itrudford ea
:
: TELiJJi24I3I1I4 since has become Clay Hill, May G.-The boll weevil Le paid tor the past two years and County r'lorida.Attl'Ht efficient attention to the dutIes or. IT,;,
home January
i sun has made ifs appearance in the cotton your name placed on the registration I --
: i able to be moved to Stnrke where ho books before the close the K. R. POPPELL. FOR COMMISSIONER!' DISTRICT ,
I fields of this section destroying the of rl'gistrll'tioll County Suiit. and Sucy. 5-lo.dt. :0
regular treatment. I hereby annouAro mynelf ,
nn get more .
a ennilliln/ ',
12aTomoU cotton. Mr. L. W. Wilkinson is office Saturday. -
plow- .
:Mr and :Mrs. J. If. Wainright and I election to the offiro of county r..m .
: inll uit his three acres and will plant -- ..-- NOTICE OP ELECTION In and for DlnlHct No. 2. and rent;.. ""
little :Miss Anita were callers in the ny the pwwrr wowd 'In them by the School licit the aupport of the voten nt thi. I '\.
fond .MAKKKT1NR: ; HOGS t of th. State of the nf .:
Viimlerbilt, section Sunday.Mi a crop. .aw Moridn. Itimrd pr'mary election to be "held'n' 1 T ,.
20212223242515i.nliiiil Mr. W. A. Stl1'linwl'nt/ to Jacksonville beats burying them. Steve Hoover. of I Public 1 Inol'ooll"n of Bradford County lunhynrdcra I nro", 1.1'. if elected to irivi 'he' i., !
19 "-. Mary: Mutt and son, O. C., an diction to be held In Special School tioiin attention .
Sunday, returning the same day. Mt. Pleasant Iowa writes "Com to tho duties "f t )J. j
Tut IJintrlct No 7. Hlooklyn. on Slilurilny. -
the week-end relatives at have In the
"I p nt. among Mr. :Martin Carter and Mr. :Marvin menced feeding' my herd of about 100 i June 1Mb. IU18 foi the purpom- of cli'clIntt | pant. _._ _C'. A flit iI
L26 2t28 22m f : I Lak. Uutler.Mi i I Ih... .. truMetx, i<.labli.hin>r a diet -let ando I ..
Pailjrett of Maxvule :Mr. U. Thomas' renpectfullv
visited I). hogs A. Hog Powder ovor'two nnnounren\ c
; ( '--rs.' I'nul Lippman and Ellery ts determine the amount of mlluiKo to be n j i illounilurln CnmmlHMionent Dihtrict No 2 IIii" I
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Lung Sunday. months ago., Fifty were Lick( anilotf mqq'I. I rlidntf for ,
.*tll" and) :Misses Susie Sapp and Ginl Cnmm'.lon'r nf -i i i
Mrs., L. S. Carter and daughter feed. herds had of until proponoil district nm an promise It elrcted I
- ----- I ., Nearby cholera.. to ITM| > I1 '
01 l Mick ,
i ; motored, to Starke SUlldIlY.1 fnllimnAll I that portion of touimhlp H. wiuthof
office
.\1, A. A. Wainright who has boon Dora visited Mrs. James Strickland I did not lose one-they are well and, rnnire Jl 2! nut, lylnir within sillil county oflradford. my careful attention i r rI

/ won' ,"'Ait the tup. nnd :Mrs. n. Lang Sunday. ffrowinjr fast."-For Sale by J. W. I oxecpt aecliona i. 3. I nod H. and I -
I a tiiivi-linjf salesman for the past few 8K: iiunikr, of SW niiarter, of Rictlon 2:1.: and htnby nnnounci1 mT
..(..ftto the flag when thu! wi'i-ks, will soon return to the farm. :.MtrtHis.' H. U. Hudson and F. D. I White & Son StarU-, Fla. 5-3-5t. Wint Imlf II.r Wi >l half ,f Seeliun/%and all county, comm'Hninnr r f".' I Lang ,made u business! trip to Jacksonville Sect un : t tiiuni-hln 8.: noulll; 1 22Hunt. I tot lip and Wtirthini, .i i ,
i i d! .v i r. nni-inif your hat Wo all wi.-h him! buck with us. .,
,
!! \"',' iii 1- Sictlnni I niiil 12 In Township} U, the mipport. of the \ < < -
'. i i Ji J I l(' u (J. i nun Jt''. I ;\ and ;tit-.. O. W. I'armenter vis-,
i', "'r t ,)1'1 I hoim.Sunday.. 'IisIict' Prescott visited Misses F.II'i I'I"I'! 0,ii "f lioMlnr the wild. elvelkm T'"me I. 1111$. ami yii. ..i
i i TOPS
t tinfollitnlnit I ,,,.,,iI'i.i, rvi> I In'in H'ipolnmlIVtd firth 'he. ( '
. I : i.1 i nunli I I .11' I' I d \ IIpnI.1 !Selma; and Hnttie Frishco at :Middlcburg I mv t effoit
)I'nl'v 'i Itiulii
I i inn "" l 1.10"1',111 I Ii -' 'I' U. C. Hiili-i" '."11. John I Ih I '. it'ntrict' nnil rnbiUly. ,,'

,, i /hi 'i., .n' 'I J inn t l ; t" :, ,, " 111'1' withy " I Sunday.Mr. I Iii$ B aylor.'r .
'' !li'i mi,' tin,'ill' .1" II b 'j.i : and" Mrs. I.. W. Wilkinson and I II l: "!X'I,)1 STKH s
:1 ; : ::1 1" //1. $$ Chairman llnaid( uUie I I",i-I I: :
: $ i iI. iin
/ .' thle'1'i (' out riding i in :'heirmw i I I 't'flt.arryt'tci'-' 'i''I
i: I r r.\ i I.i :iid < ll1ld""n." Vif.Sadff $$$$$S inly FI.tln.! ! I"" '.... ..

t(0 1 I I'.i t Jo .1' aad i I : :Mac, iclurni'd cur I) Sundiiy evening.Mi / : \ i '. ro In"
" I i i.miuanhowi'il,I t (I UHMIM ,- ,"I....".i',.... f""r.. "i i fxtcniJi i to ;\ ('1111'11' Pri">eott) visited :.M.ivillo \- I 8sssss : i r ' i I- n..I'.r
trip .
SJJSSc.SsSS.sS j 11 '
'I'i :Sunduv siftunoon.Pi : ," ",
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I -nd.i aid) :Smith: .. I , ,
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\la-1 -. \V. :M. Hudson and l.rolh.. C. s8.ss : : ------- --- ,I',

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M.; Mud! J
nn, wilu and thl' ,1\11..
Jl, t lliolU'd h hit "' n. I
I ilftiM-
i | p'ath'in/.r ,', II'. ..
of .. : s :sg: :siiss': CHAXFSiDAVK! '"l '
b\ ,1 u> c i i i 'I ii I full ctiiiil| h oi holl wcfvils I front, (,n" | Jin i Iv "ill.vi"il.; | '-" their p"nn, ,, ( !{ I : "'. iii,, 'in "''Ion,. 'II '
tljiiri"I ;Mi,'. >l | 5- H ,
1 . di! I low of IIH rotti' :Mr. 'ind MrII I !. B.lln"ol1. Stini.r; ,.. n. .
lii n John :
Iro\vmng
'I \ < .10 i\ i ::u. $;$ THE S:$::ssxs;; ..
: !i ,01 I I II hit ytiei'C nml to iikoi all jJ ji.iiml j a nuni'e.of' uir peopl'1] 'in'h I' ;MiH"i, ,ee :S'ai-li'i i |{ went to ..1:11'1.'lltl'dIY. l- 1 1n \'as: (. : .. I .
$$s<: H.; .s SisssstSIlSSSSS ; ,I. , ,
soiu'l'o I I' )I'll Hvlnip '
"I'i"lotio"i '' ''v )iuin, ,' Ins h I, : :5 returning :SuiulaMM. ; ; ::. ... II
t i 11.I 4't l lilt" i pnliioLtstn by ninMilingumu t .. .
: W. 'i'. Nettles of Grern ..\\I! S$$ iHi! $ : S ;S ;:< :, : n :: fnr Co" '
Cove
< into 'I I .
i' nice of
a liS '' n'
...$_u.S\iI\t; ;\ \: $::;!!iS: ::; ..s:'", :, ..
'I 1 1 i In1, t In 1Olla"oli:% | Star say tho only ------ -- - Spiings was in this community la-,1 tzt icaPs ' I "irveflrtI! ,r <
i i. and the DUKES NEW41)uke8 ; : week seeing to the club ....$$$:h$ SS SiS.!! :; . . ; 11.I ,illi.tii nol I i1br .
"n i i. im'vn pnnco.ill cunning girls'tomato i ,, ., ..
cc )i of the lit 1 1 I.it
m.'i;$ $); !Si: $$ -:"" .
\ l 1"1\11 the German army will lit crop. She reported the "irli '.:" > '" .., of the ii .. "'"

i II Inn, (iiuMtieat. to HI'I'Ii". :May 7.-.Mr. and Mri. E. B. hud II fino erop" of tomatoes con--idei- I u'Ut$ "S SSSSS\ts:';\: :,.;...,'... :" . II"n. n
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--- --- Mi'Lcod made u bu ;inc.ss trio to Lake I ing the oxtn, mely wet weather.A "-
(in; .,. V':1I1I1'nt i-ontrul of I the railroads Butler Saturday.Mr. I utu'SSSoS:; S ::iSiSso: ;; ..,..; . .. 'trxTv.. cItTSso'. I "' t"
I party consisting of the following: I IMes I t,v nnnolinee n, S K ,
does not si-em to affect/ ? their use byshppt'r Glen hale and P. W. :McLcod rs. II. I?. Hudson L. W. Wilkinson 'UtUSi''iS: S..s.ss; .ss" "fl..,. nt rminlv f<"IIM"

$ judging; liy the order recently made n business trip to Lake Hutlcr I'red' Lung and B. Lang motored '$UU"Ss:$:::$f; OVEItIssts :.S'SJOES :':oUU: $ I ,I :I',. ', ''ei| T nhf'l. "n, .
t f '
; ill.enitntv
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fll l in"in
plucifd for 100,000( new c'ars.. Sat ih-day. over to Green Cove Springs. Sunday. $$$$;$ , $iOSUU'f:';: : ..ft of the loUiin' .

Orodford- -- .should- --have-- -- Mrs. ride Bryant, of high Springs Mr. nnd :Mrs. William Preicott and ''''$$$$$ ***: $ $$$,,": $$.tu.. I o,. Itll I 'I I II

county u service visited! sisters and brothers ofthis :Miss Mamie Prescott visited Mr. and! uuu$$,.$$$ S S S 5555 ';: $""' $ I I ". iv ,.
I Inn
Rag plneocl in the court house< nnnn" '" mv runI'
with section this week took< dinner with Mrs. Eddie :Manning nt Oak Grove, uuuSSS :- ,';,S'i';; :: $...Ut .loner for the Stin .

a utnr for< every soldier from our her parents Sunday and returned Sunday.We ......SS$$$SS $S $S$$$$$$$...,.$ .t Irict. und rr.'o",,!!,

county service.who is now or hUll been in tho home Sunday afternoon with her hus- regret very much to report that ..u.. $$$$:;::;::;:S$$$:;::;: $ $$$$.u... 4CANDIDATE _*J '" i f ,' rn'-md"mipport If eliotirl) of the I -

b band. II Mrs.; ( Tanner is still very ill at her uuu'iS'i: ; $:;::;:$S ::. SSS$$....., S I 'i-....il I b suits; ailm 'nij .
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Arcordinpr! / to nn advertisement in Mr. and :Mrs. QUl'ntlulls'lIrt! visited home in JacksonvilIf. Her daughter .UUlS'';:$$$S $ss S S$ $$$h..... 'thi >untv.t.r.o.; :. r. I.IVI

Buncluy'8 Timl'lI-Union automobileswill her parents Mr. mid, .Mrs.: J. J.liielliny :Mrs. W. .\. Stalling, of this place, has ......$$SIS $ ';: .tt... *

soon be in reach of cveryonp. The I of Providence section Saturday gone lack,, to be at her bed side. sIsuss::; $ ( S-.1S5S:j! u"u \ "mI." r 'I I nf ,,,fiUmn. and. 'fi -
MI 11 1' i mi f "
inlvertiBomcnt was of a well known und Sunday ---. ._ -- .utu$$$$$$ $$$$...... II Stni'ie; ili.lriit us 'I, I I

I car und was to be had for $S.25:! f. o. A IIIrty'U" given at the home of VOTE: roil "u..$$$$$ SS:t SS S:;: S.mu . .,.' 'n. it of v rand!"'*t\

'I :Mr. ......ss$$$ SS:55555;: S $ $ I II. .I I.I I. i-l.d' I fhall orl I, i.-
b. I Detroit. und Mrs. V'sley'are Friday o. v. IUIOOKS: : roii COUNTY( COM.MISSIONKH. !- $$ $ ", 'hiir-itlltf (hi. ilnl n ,

-- .--- --- night. A farpe crowd gathered from roil IIISIIIICTMTMBKII mm';:$$$$:;:$$S :-; si$$$'i; $$...... JF.SI'f i 1'"ili i- ,

In showing/ respect to the flair, Tntlaliansee : Al.ichua and Bradford. : OM:. ......$S$$$ $ $S .t... :

hall it over other towns In'' Little Jay Nesmith took dinner with mutS:$$$$ :;: ::;$::; ';:$!!: "; '"'' I. -" bvinnnunee' that T ii,"

t that tho city council bus "ordered\ his ';: $$$i$$ $*;: : "OV! ( o'n"Io..I".r r" 0. .
rand parents Sunday nt Providence. I advocate mSt'1$ : .S:$:'::! ,uu '" .1 r'.pi'-IflllU' " -I"

i the honorable mayor to be rung/ daily I equal rights regardlessof " 9':';$$$';: 555555:i; :;: $ $$'<
l it I II! o'clock p. in., or surli hour tut the Mrs.( llertha McLeoil was the guest creeds! or classes.I ...ttt$" S>o/oI/ :>ooS/ / <,. 00 1 ,''' ",M.I In niton lie helil to' linn, ,1si' I I1 If I-,'.

/fag ID lowered from the OagKtaT.! of her /ll1r"lItIr'. and, Mrs., U.: W.MiLeod county's advocate! financial safeguard welfare., over the U1 s5(5it:i; :;:<;$ CASH S-;<:$i; inu my II .

Hard on the mayor, though. : Friday.Hev. "t.t.';:$';:$$ S>o'No'INu.msooo / ; >
--- -- .- I advocate an itemized statement I rnl''T" rOM"TVrt''t ,' ,
W. F. Walters! ; : !11 "' : .'<' : ofOaini'sville .
Men, who are old 1 i-nouh to have recently from every commissioncr's district .. 1 FOR } I I h |t'v nnne-mee 'm I tr ii
I in CONORS: .
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I .. I .
was through our section I I u. !: ; s :lsls: :: SS"" : ;: : . 5 .1. i i "n n for County C."i'I. .

ting when Leen n vt'teranH bad example in other for wurw the, lire youths not- .'the- firHt to leave part of for this Krance week.some lie time expi'ctn the cover the' county its: expenditures each month, in showing the year what, to : $$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ : 2nd. Ccngressional:: IJiliiri<.:t. ..''lt'.l,,'i,..,>! iriiii'Iotiij'... *In primnrv v\\f'<\*t to the II If",.dull ii'''','.,'"'..iii ..1 r ,'

they remain seated and hatted peoples' money is expcded! for.I .
Hat had
heu' ten yearn exprrieni; Stale "unfit attention. -
soon, /y ho will continue his 'ni II]
whiln-tho whistle IH Hounding them A'oodl advocate good. ronds in the bounds Quigley Lumber & Supply
, h wo i'k for the :Master.Ve all wish I l."lIi.lafor..Author of "DR vi. packnce I In''. ,. ,
thin
to rise and uncover in respect for our of good ,judgment: and judic.iouslye'nsti'ucteti. methol .t I < nnnn
B'fH him J'ondluck. l.aw..Slands with Pr..id ,'iilate, ,. ,
VV'ilncn; on rim for f' -t" ( in,'I
flag. Co. Starke Fla. ii :i-t N.. ". .
-- all 'omtcv.I' I n1 V I IIti'iihnm
. - - -- -- .- SAMPSON: MOWS; I advocate the value of u public. dollar I war menaurea-.ia a nati\o FloridianHe ifnmptor ".of 1'hr'

A new flag to fly at the court house to be eqiml to that of a private -.. will be true to your interest cineta. I rennectfully mtllcil i'demnernlle .

would be n welcome sight to the town dollar and think it should be just as .'.,'..' cnr"ful eleetor-i '.' 0 h.. dl ".-
Sampson, May 7.-\liu: Violet VOTE FOR HIM attrntlm' t.i Hie .1
; l'IOIIWhy not use the nail boughtta i I Chapman spent u few days in Fort conservatively applied, in its full purchasing Xon.-'atllllnjuries Quite Common llco If I n'n elected J. J. 'Mill/
at In a booklet \ the Aetna
use the! municipal plant> ? It is jnii.li.shcd by

the custom in other towns to lower White last week, guest of :Miss Myr- power.I Life Insurance Co., we find the following I hereby announce that I nm .. ,' ..
lice nm opposed to any mesaure of envious County .
i I' the Wynn. item "Available! NOTICE Connnlaaifiiwr for Din: >i
flag when the six o'clock whistle : statistics OF ELECTION.
:Ml prejudicial persecution of New river. Hronl.tr. Graham ,
I I I';. F. Hardcp made business any Har
I lit BoiiMilixl., Uy' ,doing this and individual, prove that last year in the United Hy the Ttrrp. n prfrinrt.. I pn.mi..i. 111
corporation.I vegted in
- : the flap down in trip, to hawthorne last week. or States 11,000,000 people received I.nua of poutr them liy the School I lion to thu duLl t'a of tbottict'. 'I I I IJ.lIEI
I stormy '/ nonfatal the State of Florida the Hoard of
am opposed to a wasteful and! lobbyist
taking'I' Guy Prescott anti : : IIFYN'IInnEIl
I' "
hpent Sunday Public Iniitruction nf IJrudford
will lust for years. injuries. This must include! County here
t \ ? _ __ .._ :Monday\ in Starke with :Mr. I Harold expenditure of the peoples'mOIl..Y' slight; injuries not sufficiently serioiu by ordent an ulectlon to .Lie held in Special
Wnll. buying needless experience School' Tax District No 27. Sampnon Cily. on
Germany is now accusing this coun- and to require this attention of a surgeon. .Inturday' May 25th. 1!>IS.( for the purio| ofeltctinir ) SCHOOL. HOARD ISTRMT
Krlenifa .
grafting.And of .
I. .
Mr. : Powell beret "
nnd Mrs. Kirby Smith and chililren three
try of fceiidmff Amcricutt aviators I'eople should be to injuries truHlven and to iletermmv the him
prepared treat
eanildile
a for
Member '
with of I 1. 'I
these amount of millaire
Miss principles I solicit to be aniieiiaed.
) \ across the and Knapp returned from of this School Board from Dintrlrt S' if1.nut..yi
Ij seas as members of the the of nil character themselves, Kor the puriione of holdmtc mad election tho No I
]:"'..1 Cross on hospital hhips, to Cs.I Hawthorne Fiid.iy. They have been support qualified electors for most of them all that is neededis fulliiwlnu manaiiers. have been appointed : J. tors nt the and n.illait the ujipo-t
visiting relatives in that lit the polls on June 4th next. C. Ituulenon, A. G. Irown. J. fi Wynn. comln.r: iman'. 'Itn wit
I place.
I j'' ditto attack by 8uhmllrill's.Vhat's O. a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment.It T. B. Powell In drep'y interested In '.,e I
V.
1'' the idea ? In Miss Gladys: Prescott spent lastweek BROOKS. Chairman riMIOLSTEK our public school! ujJtim.Through .
. the past German submarine )- is excellent for sprains and bruises, ttoard Public Ingtruction Ilradforil'
o .
r commanders have made no distinction with Miss Kathleen Alvarez of also to relieve the woVst rheumatic I'ounty.Atteiit -
Starke.Mrs. A little .daughter was born to :Mr.
between the solicitation of n I
paint Adv m
warships and hospital 5-3-51. E.: R. I'OPrEI.L
I t thi pa illod with wounded. :Mary Watkins was in Staikeon and :Mrs. Frank Hemingway, Thursday County Supt. and Secretary. 4-26-CI. hereby.., announce myself a caiidtdineli ..
\
tlnn
; t _. _ __ business lust Saturday.Mr. May 2nd. - aa,member of the count) < A
- ----- for nlalom IMn.. I. tt .!........I .f ,. Ue
A farmer'sife suggests( ( that the E. S. liriKfri'r wn.1: n visitorto POYOUROWN ' school IntiTi'Ulii' of the-;county; ' thvice

town folks show Starke Saturday. IWTEWS: pnmiible In the future an I "'1
I their I patriotism> bylining ITEMS COFFINS I ho pnst. I feel that I In
am pa
/ their own work and l send their Private Frank Jones is home on CANNING'WITIi A CASKETS I bolter mrvlco the next two year* tl

, KiTvnnts to I he) farm where they are I furlough from Camp Whepler. lie was I Lawtcy, :May 7.-Xext Sunday is- And a full line of I .term h. voter nn.. .I respectfully solicit I thi

f ""'1'.1..1 to help with crops so vitally among the first drafted and this is iU Mother's Day and there will be a speicial A Undertakers' Supplies! J. c MMFvnrn

for the successful (first l<"iivc of absence. i morning service .
ni'cesHiiry l conclusion I in Grave: M. E Automobile op SCHOOL \RlI-PI'' '
of the Her Mr. K. C. Davis of New River church hearse.Always I hrri'hy ,
war. statement that there wasa in memory' of motherhood past I nnnonnfe myilf M '

fire ninny servants employed in homes busim visitor to our burg Satur. I and present. The entire Sunday on hand. Thi lipot, M'I the nl'.trlrt ntrifi.No.nt 2.member, nt art .
comprfolnv M
! in tho cities to allow their mistresses day. t School will remain for the .,.-rvicelinh 'It i, i 'it the lowest prl"e... SpecialiH"ntlnn 1 frird. Wnrthlnirtnn. Providence I '

\ time, attend lil to socml functions I U only \\ will !last but n minute com ro telegraph order". nirice "

too true. wns visiting friends heri Sunday. ''meneing at 100: sharp ami eunciudlog I o the bout of nbllllj p..111 I II

-. --- :Mr. J. I II. I Harrison visited relatives ut 11 ::1.">, that the children get 'R &,' orprt" Enbnlmer!
may
PU\S\NT: : 11 ILL :MICKS) l : ill Micanopy Sunday. i: home in good tim,'. There will be lsi' i. II.' mnthiil I i.r .l. "

I -- -- -- .. .--.-- I! poem recited by Mrs. Kami.ill. pay a '>'. !lTT C.: IONES rnnilliliili.'/,'no, 'of s.-ioi r,,or, i nn niKirict'ml 1-ri', .r\"t ,

I'lousnnt Hill, May ti.-There LAM: itirn.Kit xi-ns.: log tribute 'l K.ni.I I r..r .nld,
h sure to "Our Mothers a J 10 and rtJuci iP Na A/gH COM ol /Ju/",. I Stsrke.t : Fta.f .. illxtiirl 1 i
wilt crowd nt the 1 I P. fiinnort i nf the vol.ii' t1nuiry
II n meeting at Pleasant minutes talk by th.laslor\ :and a ('hil.drl.n's Cry horn ihould have on.; a ohId ran .uccrtifully '
.1' Hill : Lake Butler, :May 8.-Two of operate it will can truita, ="'"" "hctlnn und ,l-m".i'
Sunday M.iy Ith. ,\ our choir ; Vcfct -- -
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I mol1lI ; will furnish special music biei. c..m. or r',.h. furlfor. the unliiiiUmi. .. f I u
, those from Xl'Hi.r wore, Mr. popular young school' teachers ,deserxe for the occasion. "\ 'l. m If I nm t'lr-tcil! HOk

:Marion: Moody( O. I Hiiuirhter :Miss a great deal! of credit, for n pretty lit. A The C.DIt" r Seal Strain Caaaer --
I cottage prayer meeting was held I li Absolutely. Safe.It + + + + + + + + + + + '.
I IK have. + + + FOR
lilinchi Moody Mr.! (Dotmld Ailkins i garden they After school in the home of Mr. and Mrs. + MFMHFR Krnnai. Bo \nn. m- S

unit, hi'other. Kroni the River nettlemrnt i I hours they work it and their, products Benvns: last : George patented construction m. ." il that way; U + PO..ITIC.ASS(1l'SCE IEST'I.1o !' + I aL. thin mcthoil i f nnnit .

'\' t1"'. exceptionally 'line. These Monday evening. These ".p.'en.d co.o"u.ho" .100 allow. to a,'. + + + + + + + + + 1o + + + + + 1o nm n rnnilidate: for re-elcctlnn' atof
(! Colonel C'roshy andwife Iare, youngi prlly.'rlIPl.tin:8 are being held a untlurm temperature which no other can thJ County !School' Itonrd'fi". riI
\I %lrK. Aura Crosby und Mr. WillioKilmondson i II I Indies. nn :MIMICS Harmon and \Shit.varth. in the homos of the weekly d., duP ; thu your product* etC rtrcily FOR REPHFSy.STATnE-GROI'1' Diirlnir the rant term I ha\. .
people whoever in- con..d and risen all lh.. naiuri) appaar I in a onilumi' I. to give the school Inti-mt nf thiirvlee. ,
for
and Wiley Kdmondson. i ivites them regardless of denomina- .n... 110...... at Ri'pmwntatlvi and m..moh. p In th.I If .....Icel." I hall coot .

.f... from (iriihiini and Sampson( were Mr. Mr. Frank .\. J. Iloylc, who has thins, the object being the Operate In hail he time re.quired m. candidacy In Croup I In hereby th. cumlnor announce( 'low thin policy. T. t). PI.NH"

: nail Mrs. Sloan :Mr. :Munn. Kobersonanil I mail his home with Mr. and Mr*. .1. uplift of the spiritual law fuel by other make*. and Os x .-... ;') mnry I fed that I know the tired of prf o..r
wife Mrs. I| K. Harper, for community. Next meet.inR' I to the contumplion appeals t. mount) and alan. In a li. l.lutlv. mil I wish to innouWe that I am ,
w.y hav
Blanche Kolierson and I quite a while left fur economical' houaewite. 'I >
evening it will meet in the home Cmn b. wted or any kind of. \ <. ,-'' 't'>i" In Klmn chief clerk of the HOIIK. for the a.... fnr member. ft the School Bonn '.
Mrs. i :
Alice Camp JiukHon
Kite.The last Saturday. Frank of Mrs Wiggins. Everybody invited. I .tove willUtta lilcdme.Firm min ol tOll I orm famIliar with aa Procwil No. 3. consisting of New River. Rn
dny was in class -. Inn of Mid body. I xillclt the I>n1ll. hampton ancl Th......... .olinw
was
one and have
certainly was to been .UT'nort of
enjoyed by i .\ all
| big is H_Sil.C...... il hrnocratic
program being J I
who called to the planned for vntn end. If .1....,. 10m a school patron and feel a P'trriot
every one attended the meeting. colors very shortly but the Epworth League Anniversary Six. 1. faithful anil clficlvnt' crvlc.. R. A' CRETv"it In the w.'ifare' .r our public

Evcryboily cordially invited to t he decided nut to wait for the call. I scheduled for next tern If I nm elected I shall .t al t
church nt 1'leasant Hill the first Sunday I Mrs. .'. K.: Bradley of Farmington Grace Sunday evening at I Add.... Bog Kambe, f..r\\,1 cay best vuorin IO promlti.
M E. church and 1 the I hereby announce that cute of the .
I entire chool the
l' I
in June and bring well filled bas Mich., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. : Hprricv_ win no given over to evening the- ---.-.. .f"_..n..n..n..v-.-.- -- '.'R.. f'u u"'up_ .i..m B. a nvptTiiuiiy c.nolld._ Ih..u..hD. W, '\l nlt''
kets.\ I3i to IT. J. Alderman.Mr. the support of the
sure attend the voti.ru --
meeting at the
there is I and :Mrs. League. President G. L. Futch has STARKE In* primary and penal I.. If re-lectvd com. ""PEriVtMR' RERHTHTIOV
as iroirifr to be something that II. J. Stewart Rn,11 lied his cabinet HARDWARE carefully after the inu-rwu to look .
: together and of I
appoin'- our enmity and hereby unnounci that I .* *
day to benefit j :MIg Thelmii Schell "*'.. a'
every one, both old and I motcreJ to Starke ed committees and they are W. n. 8 :ALII. for .r'prllOIl' as rinpM"'lsor of Ri '
youn!!'. Monday. getting up CO. for Ilradroril .
Starke - county. I resp *'t
f 1 '" The little daughter of \Mr. and Mri. I Corporal II. II. Logan of Camp n patriotic program to include the following Fla. FOR E9HNTATIVECKOri'!' ; TWT the suniiart of thj ...itcra at the V. '
: ..\ service flag a I hereby announce andldat" mary and promise it ci-ntlmmr. '..'h'' ''
ceremony, "a
A. G. Brown, made a trip to Wheeler was in Lake Butler (' mYGt'lf a
over Wednea- procession of the .rnip Two for r..' on"". attention to th. diit.c of the Tr
allies H"n
Graham to< spend the week-end with dl1Y visiting friends. special stirring songs, The QuInine That uoes not ilfeet UM Hiat) "f ReDrementailve' In the 1.oo1I'1.latu.for the offIce I s.lCH
music
by the choir and installa Brcaii n..df..nI from FOR CONSTABLE! DISTRICT! ::00. I
relatives and friends. I Last i of ill Ionic COUllly. .ubJ..l to
Sunday end la&tIvo the
evening
in action' of
Jacksonville .lfocl..LAXA, the
tion of officers Tl1 .moanotia I hereby cunrfiJx'i' i
by the 8KOMO Primary announce myself a
: i Mrs. II. H. Brown. :Mrs Charlie McKbiney Mr. Eubanka Hall and Miss body welcome.Mr. pastor. Every I 0-ilnine ont iloa QCUS1:1t: ant Cess|'a bter acrmuam" .'.. Jun.. 11I18. I reepectfuliy elllon solicit to be held In theIM. of Constable of District N c *

m it Miss Noma Brown Raiford I Grace Wnldrup ringt IK In bcm.1.. RemLzaher the nor of all ..o.1 laid flemnerunic Ih. support. U's.lford tounty. Florida subject to "* I
were I/lr/j' .
joined! lull .
in the .
pr'm.
name aDd of .
( Adtms. of Lake look tor tho promise and the nt-moeratte\ .
be
1 City was a mimalur ol K. w, f.thful dl...,h.n prim. to
Brown J.ttOVB. of
'{ and Mrs. Leah Brown went. to holy bonds of matrimony. Rev. Hobon visitor in Lawtey first of the week. J/JQ. I .m h.noftd l with my duty If 4th. III ". aad mpecrfully solicit the .PI'II
f. Sampson river lake Sunday. of that city. 12-al-U reactionA. of all vvwra at said
performed prim8<
the
.
Mr. NOTICE ;
ELrCTION .
__ We wish went to Jack- B. th. _' !H B !g y.ply
mony. the power
young couple sonbille vnud In them by the -
J IIEILBRONN Sunday afternoon and In theeveninlt' !..... 0' the lit... of School I am a '.oollclal. for
NEWS Florida
ITEMS! much '
joy and happiness.Mr. lbe & '01 of'' R..p.III.II" 18'
Group .
Public I
went to South Jacksonville 1".lrueUon of 8.0I10roi .n" .......u"n" FfJR COSJTAaI.R! "ISTRICT t.
II Blake preached at Raiford to oPdtP. me .lecU..n 10 be held, Counts hereby. of lh. .0.... who w,1I lCIi.'t! the '''"I>Ort I he....... .nIlOU" rn..11 a .adlolJo" 'of
attend I" paruclpt..
-t Ileilbronn services in the Methodist tbnrch T.. fl.mirtet Speetmi School ocratia In the 0.., constable' .. "i II
8Mr. Jus. L. primary 0' .
May Parmentor Sunday evening. No. I. Pne HII'' .. 10 be held .Iun. D"lrlct oIo. I f.awteyt
where 011 5. ,,, 4th. of
It ,
who was on the sick list last Mr. and Mrs. Gurney Crews, of I pastor Rev.at Lawtey Olin Boggess.is now the former Inor da.th Juno_ 1"l6.h."" .._1515.and for 10 determine the PU'1>OM.be of .,.... .ambition. ia 10..P..nt,.Uft... v our.n.n rounty....rt III ii. 1 leglelatur m", elected duties. r p..I..rtaitni/iir a *faIthful O that OflMv....rl. nnan.1..0.
preaching. 01 mill... 10 be ._ amount .lfo.1 10 01". Ih. m" every lelt th II"'
"' 1<1. t I........ of I.... aupport of too d mocri"iat
ty and ...... M. J. J1AJ'P."' 00 tr. th. eon; prmaryp4tflL




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:MAY 10. 1918. ( ,
SRADrORD COUNTY TELEGRAPK, SFARICn:, TLOKIDV. .Ht; ) FIVE
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-, I ;Mrs' L. A. Does, of :Mayo, is visiting !Mrs C. A. Marks left Tuesday for L'MON: KKMVXL MKIHINOThe : I have been( going on since last Pr.tny. ;1i.

I her daughter, Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green. !Tampa, where she will'1'l'sil future. She wns accompanied by :Mrs churches of Starko lire holding clint lot next to the Telegraph office ,
Bits of LocalInformation \Etl Flora, ilia und Spanish seed peanuts ,,0. C. Lit mgston and :Messrs. Charley a union revival meeting and the services '{ pistols of the various churches of tho t//
J !I .it .I I. Kickliter's.: !t. 'Dcuslc)' a nil Harold Wall They drove! are largely uttondod.' A large city and arc being bein largely attended a b'
.. through, l I.v' lI'litomobil11'; and 1 Mrs.Maiks tent was engaged' fur themeeting and ,I. Town people! anI'i'Hlors! to the .
i ILCMN.r .>|"i-i'i.il sale on Ladies and! Chil-! hate many friends in Starke has been pitched near the court housecm city have a cordial inbitution to ut-
.h ui n. dimmed hats at Stumps. who regal, their removal.Mr. ) fall Htrc-et. Services are held 'tend; Preiifhing every afteinoon, ( and 4

I ----- ----- every afternoon and evening :\h'H"rs. nightCLASSIFIEH. t

,?I G.. ?...,.. D..rn.a. awe T I :Mi. and :Mrs. O. L. Ilaynes motor. and Mrs. I R. S. Powell and! Mr. M. ;M. 1 FryerT. I.,1.. U.tirV., (J. Law w '
T.it,.... Iro .... c.r.twI T..... ''l'd to Pablo Bench Tuesday.E. and) Mis. .I. Manning; enjoyed an and C. II. Alirtmtthy\ piihtors of the !

outing at Redding bridge l during tho l'plslol'1I11l'tho"iKt; )Baptist und
I E. Burney, of Law ley, was n week. They enjoyed the fishing af- Presbyterian churches respectively, :
I business visitor to Staike ;Monday forded l hy New River und gathered u lire rondutting the ttl'rvi"l's.11'; .
Harold Wall spent Sunday in Gaines A delightful picnic(' was enjoyed ;last quantity! of :May haws. liluiuhanl Luw is in chaigo of the I' .. '-.

Mile Thursday at Kin sley Luke by the following Special dollar summer underwear music | FI RI.FROWS: :! and six: pigs. V.i .

I party : ;Mr. and !.Mrs. J. 1;. at 49( cents. Cash Department Store. Col.\ J. I E. Futch county food ad-! .. . -. .. -. .. .. . i I I.. ;Manning, Sturke, Kill., 5-:!t-Jt.:!
Don't forget to see the new hats at Davis, ;Mr and ;Mrs W. C. Davis, ;Miss miniMtintor, and ;Jlrl Geo.: C. Livingston __
.
Little :Miss Pearl Stacey is spendingthe I ;\lOrIlEHS'; D.\\ sir:
Knight's Millinery. I Hurleigh. ;Mrs A. Price of Kingston, assixtant to Mr. Futch, have FOil K\I.I'-A: slightly used baby
Pa. week with relatives at Manning .\ IIJI') : rou S.\. BIIES: I l'
;Mrs. Katie
Floyd of Colorado Station. been touring the county this week in ggy. Anyone can nee mimo tit Mr.Staroy's .
O. J. Phillips of' .... .. "'n in the :Springs;; : Colo., Vixirette Floyd, Lucile the interest" of food conseivntion. I 10KITK: l.liriKUs shut' shop Starke::: if intrl''sl I K
I Tatum Alhe ;May Green :Mr. Arthur - ( <'d. It.
Monday. '- ; :
city II ill Is of Colorado Springs, Colo. Call at tho "rlscoe Sales & Service I. Paris, May\ ;tl.; ; "t1Il'I'.1. IllY" --- -.- ----
I Company for n demonstration of tho .1.I F McMillan left ntlI"IIIfor,
'
day which soldier of
--a on I.HST
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A C Crows spent Sunday in Ha if or J i Bnscoe, the car with u "Half Million ;Mfli.it, (ill., where he will report to every One dark brindled 1 fofur-
with, relatives. ;Mr. and ;Mrs K. R. PopptJl and children !. I Dollar !Motor." the Laval Board for military duty. ;Mr.McMillan S Amoilcnit I i-xpoflitumuiy and fares, | grog nil! heifer, marked undoraqunrn
--.. .- and T. J. Poppell will leave next I old and young, high low is I upper bit in one ear, upper nnd unI 111 ;
is n partnerr in the !McMil
\Ii, (). J. Giiflin was n visitor to Tuesday for an auto trip to Sanford:; :Mrs I). Manning! is spending this lan Bro market. expected" to write home to nuilherhiis I I dt-r nii'k in I other oar. Urnndrd' with
IW"lK'ID'') Ilk Wednesday.Nihn Orlando, Burtciw end! Arcadia. Pi'of.Poppell week in Jacksonville! with her mother, C ),cI'n fixed for, May! I:!. I "X." Kouard.! Geo. E. Andreu, ,
has just completed i his schoolat ;Mrs, Mary Prevail.Mi Thc experience of the army I iV
Miss! U.rth.i :Moore lift Sunday for postoflVu has taught that the II y
Titusville. and. with I FOR SALK2Kiiiliin: .lersov .
'1 \ : w.i:,,> u business visitor to his brother, I '
n Uiiiiw" tks \ bit with friends andrelalKi mothc-r list the soldiers' +
,; \1.. Superintendent Ponpcll, will take a ; ', and Mrs. HeWitt C. Jones mo- ,. come in !, "fresh with heifer cnlf. Will -, II h., i '"
'uuty- ,n, \\ajiioss' mid Valdoi-ta, thoughts 'and so hits decided. tomake .
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well earned rest of several days duiatlon. tort'd to Jacksonville Tuesday and i WillianiK I'tlll'k, i""
Gn v:h' \\',II :i'so' \i,r.it Tallahassee uvuiy possible' elVtut thateveiy ,, _. 1
'OJ ,i..! I'P'! (joins on at the Cash s-pent the day. bc.ful'I' "I"t in"homo. . + " ---- -
n mother" in \iuciu.i, whose 3
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I' ton is In !riniu-e, "hull iff'i i't'
--. .f. W. Ii.tipc-r, of lull, Alm'hull founl Eggs, ;tO cents per doion at Cash Tin I 1',1"1" in nit i i is icqiu-Uil In I give ilnms.s It'out her" "liny." 'I'luiHthe '' cn'.t:i' f .if Stiu'Uf, 1 t.1 at'iiI I ,
,.1't u :1" I l\', \\ i i.1 i Muike thin week attending I'cpaitmvnt' Store. ? 'I'' hone' $.",t)0) Must I I..,.
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. notice .1 i ; liking; will bo lucid 'itKuv dito is "liipeciiill, st t it pant for "I
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) d.ty. ; tin *|"iinir tram ot tat, ul unlit ;Mi. I ', aUo CVuioliiy\ on Wt.ilitci- V the. C I C. Starling, 1 I' l te\
I 11111'1"1 t i I' i', wail. pleased with St.nKc 1' :h: McMillan: ; wail called to Scotland .. )pinptisoMuthoi -
a I ...... ]. '." 11" ;ii-Uton, to < and 1, Gu, Sunday on account of the day. Mi-, ,,t I'' !h. Ml, pc'' .r i :i, i I u .t -d, 'i nlll.rXIl'ct. their let- .1 1 I .1'--- 'tI\
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,. .. < I John II. Powell of .ksonville) was \ ''l'i i .? given ( 'ry oj\>- --.--.--. .- ---... .-
.1.1"J - - w..., i t"t > s;t.yle I '1 iii* u'n i )' and\ I paitunity, to ill lie. n 1'<'\,' lines "'
the homo of hit
\.1 a WII"t Sunday at
i Fill>u Rl'N1'Raps; ,- 1"1
I :11- .1 i. 1'1] ,.1 i v u1'good' rars "iin the while. i .' I I' mind tllO leitiiio" gixon |I. to| ilifu, neat\ ,,'t'". All .other Inisin !- 'I '
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tit other, Mr., L. C. Powell. l'll>lf, >,,1 llOM,, bin '! $
nut! l but ii'/ 5011, wait, thhost c.ill dill' '
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by C'I'( i| i" I iji-lls; o{ the Bl'ilih ainij; | < will l 1.. put a" 'j il! ,t"'.n- ("it thai
I. .; ; d. : at the I'ii: rro :.ilcs & :Service'; Conipa - - -... ..-----.--.. ---- . "I'! ll, lltllll'- the, I I.I; I n'' I OK, that in. -St(Ii'I ,cl 1 I bulge. .
and I twy" .1 a ln! Sugar, 9 nuts per pound; tomatoes I Pi:, I ,, unblr' Mi I '
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: I .. : :. _. '__" I U centj per cansalt; $1 per Ml- JrVIII'l''n., \ of lauio, :.lt'-' (lie in, 'th'I'l 'tr'I I I I.n ii- nei'an .I" ",
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Supt.! 111111 :Mi'-' F.; 1 R(. Poppt! and sack ; laid special at 21 cents, at and! (:i1! dlVu, \ ran" ol Dunn. :N.: C, . ., ill tin tllind' f the ,01,1 ii, i s.Hi . ---.- .-- -_.
;. (' .,,,,1 "children wint tj Liiko Hull'r: Wednesday Cash Dupaitincnt Store. spent, "Ii, ,. .d"iy, tho guest of 1)hu; ) i '/ ' I,'tli-i < will In I ni,..nKcl. I ,1 Mi I ,ill' i
.a I .. I .\''''1'11111 lij.Mr. 1'1': I I.'U"'H"' on tI,.. ,i'1I1d"I'|i o. ;"mil. ,, foR( ) ( :style; I ,: I ,1'I'st-y :' i .01' "
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I wh4I.of/ hoi:\11"mother" P ,((1)111I)Mis., will 111'omlutson be I Ihosfueit :\Il'tlHI. B. K. Brown and 1J. C. ._ .___ .on____ .. _. .j will 1 bo given prefeic-iiiu! aver ii'I i, cult'ule, week old. IntUit" | I vIhnlnrn.i' >> a

ii. .: out lino of Ladies Ciuwfoiil, of the Luke Butler section, ..J"hllV.. ferry cashier of the oihei mail matte.,r. i, Starke house, Slnrke. ItI'OR .
while :Mr., \
Poppell) is attending tho . .. .. .
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First Xitlonnl Bank (
a u i -i: mined Huts. Stumps. convention of state superintendents at were business visitors in Starke:; Mon of Oil 'il y, I'll. I --- - -- ---- -
day. is gutt ut the homo of !Mr. ,1. :M. --- '
Gainesville.Miss a : :Js; Mil: One ri-pnssengoi[ Overland -
slmnns: : .\ r 'i'in{: HIM':: ; i
I'. of Brooklyn Truby. II almost.
i 'il 1"' Il'! i llt.ibi.igur, I i ::11', as good as new.
|\\-i iiusine victor, to Starke Tuesday Delia Stromnn, who for tho Serge W. !Wainwright, of Camp 1 ;'c? .il, \In\'fll"" you buy. PriceIO.| 11.l
past term has taught in the Bradford, Johnston spent Sunday in Starke: with :Miss I Jo.lythc; Warren of Jacksonville Sauces under, the tut on the yrt.I .1 '1'. (;l"'I.d.'y.' 510tf.Spring () .

'ounty High School; left Friday for his pUl'cnts1.; .... and :Mrs. N. I). Wuiti- spent) Sunday with her parents' ,
m Special! ante on men's women's and her home in Tallahassee. Enrouto tight. Mr and
children'shoe-, fur, next 15 days tit Miss Stroman stopped in Jacksonvillefor
(Cash Department Store. a short visit with her sister. Hon 'has.. K.: Davis) and Judge J. R. :Miss Ale-no l Kramer, of NValdo was
Kely, of Madison, were in Starke first thc guest of Miss\ Kmma: Powell Tues

MI'H.L; ;M, Fryer and daughter, Mr. Arthur Hillis' of Colorado part of the week, mingling with the day I

fAKIa, wenitiiis, to Luwtey :Monday Springs, Colo., has been visiting the voters. I I II Beauties
P. L. ( of Jacksonville
Gunkins was I
past week at the home of ;Mr. N. T.
.. .--. !Hitch. Mr. Hillis is a member of the am handling the famous American attending to business, in Sturke WIneMda -

.Messrs C. 1). (!iunn and Jim Kick- 1). S. Navy and is now stationed at Tires, guaranteed for 3,500 miles. Call )'. I ?
Bigtet pent Sum'.iy'; in the Unwrsipy Norfolk, Va. and, let me show you the lino. R. Burrows : '
itvL Starke.! Mrs Chiistinn Mathis, of Jacksonville 1-hcrcismutter id uathate1it fully describe!

W. W. Tucker, an old Starko boy I is visiting Miss Annn Oinovn' the exquisite! creation in our new line of tp
:Messrs) L Siipp und Eustis Crews, who left this section several years ago :Messrs. H. C. Crawford and .\. J. I
ff 1 Kuilortl wei.. visitors to the city for Baltimore, is now in Uncle Sam's Crews, of the Lake Butler ''section, Mrs. Brandpn, of Callahan, is visiting SPRING MILLINERY
F.iMinlnvM!! secret service! Mr. Tucker IH relatedto were attending to business in Starko her daughter, Mr. D. P. :Mitchell.Mis. .

Mr. J. C. Manning of this city, and Tuesday.Mrs. .
; I mid All, '. I I. II. Hill and daugh- id now married. ; I IV.. Manning i is visiting !rt-! 'I' lie vvoiii.ui may he IhanJ..fullhat the" Ciovern-; i
I visitors to Starke James Darby returned to her utivt in Jacksonville.IJiiscoo it
".1 i nt iw :N wtc meat hay not ordered cnnelvlion l of huts.
tI"!. "V :\Ipl'lI'II. Brooks, Shipman and Joe home in Jacksonville List Saturday, t
I Truby have retained from a trip of after spending a week with !Mrs It. C. -."the wonder car." i They ate still :allowed adorn the head with s +l

11x: f. 1 i It t mlirson, of Sampson several weeks' duiation spent at York, Richard.: the most lu-.tiiliful (creations. of the millinery

titvhi 1 n ,', .n the: 'homcofl\lr.llnd Ala., where they assisted in the marketing '- CLOMNG) : UP HOOKS: I II ti
l I. I i'; t t. of the stiiiwborry crop N. D )Davis, candidate for constable I art

---- of the Luwtey: tliatrlst, has been in The. county lux books are being That is just \\ hate Itave'sccurcd! for your ,
C ,\ Lana' i '!'i"i"d, of Theressu. was ;Mrs. I R. E. Gahugan and son returned Starke on business for several days I i-liiM,| up mid the utlvei.tisement ttf./
httcmlmsr 'III'> flitting of tho county l to their home in Hardeeville, S. C., this week. landdellniUcnt| for taxes of 1M7! will inspection! anti ask > oujto: t nil l und! cc.1 the Pattern -

Wednesday morning after spending .--- I be ill the hats display.
(ommu ''.iom"' Monday.: published l the Telegraph ill now on
several days in Staike at the home of The new arrivals rt Knght'o; Millinery i r,, -ue of May :III! at. Persons who wishto I
Raw ,son Davi-, of Jacksonville, spent her father, :Mr. L. C. Powell aro right up to the minute in ovoid payment of costs should make \V(' only ask a careful inspection! ) i'l I lie goods: )

undny in tht city with his parents, licadvvear. See them. payment\ at once. I will sell themselves.Knight's.
< r. and ;MrJ' R. Davis. ;Misses Andrews and ;Margaret :
Dekle.I and Mr. John Dekle! all of :Mr. and Mrs. R. 1'. MiLurin returned MISS T\'im"I lN'fllt'l'.tINS: : I I

If you go fishing:(, you nerd a little Lake Butler spent Friday at the homeof to their home at Fairburn, Ga: ,
lamping stove. Come in and let us Mr. N. T. RiUh. Tuesday after spending several days lost I I'liiluy, l'vl'nillloth<, Junior and, Millinery

how you. Starke Hardware Co. in Starke with thir daughter, Mrs. O Senior cliisMi-H of the Bradford, High
---- A pleasant party composed of Miss L. Hayncs. School were delightfully entertainedat
Messrs. J..1 Morgan! S. V. Andreu Benson, ;Mr. Hulbert, Mesdames Hall, the home of ;Miss! Lucile Tatum on yvv STARKE FLORIDA jn

|nd D. W. I'inhulster, of Irooker! were Ilruton, and G. W. Knight, of Gainesville A. I}. Fletcher, of Olustee, was in Walnut Stic-et.
the city :Monday on business. spent Sunday afternoon with the the city ;Monday. !Mr. Fletcher was a After n number, of musical selections '-

family of Sheritr W. J. Epperson. pleasant culler at the Televraph'oflice by ;Miss! Anna Canova, the young
1 and :Mrs.
Mr. and! Mrs. J. :M. Norman
while here.. people, gathered; l on the front porch
PV. II, Norman, of Lawtey section 1'. ;M. Rivers, one of Lake BuUcr'8 ( where tulle were sot for couples of

were shopping in Starke Saturday. progressive citizens, was in Starke Cupt. Purvis of Raiford, Farms, two, to enjoy a Progressive Peanut r .

Monday! attending the meeting of the Raifoid and :Messrs. J. C. Luning: and Hunt, prizes being awarded< for largest '
:Messrs John P. Coffin and! Warren county commissioners. Ernest; Amos, of Tallahassee, composed and lowest HCUICS. Following' the hunt GO TOMitchelFs

l-Coflin, of Johnstown, were attending a party to Starke Tuesday.The pumh was served in the library pre.
to business !in the city :Monday. Mrs. !tell Sparkman and daughter 111,10-,1, over by ;Mrs. ,1. 1"*. Canova and I IrdR

;Miss Willie Belle, will leave today for Ladies Aid, Society of the Baptist ;Mrs. Jeff pirns Drug Store
JudgeVd1*-, of Gainesville, arrived Jacksonville, where they will make church will hold its regular meeting The' young people then strolled by |
n the .M v Monday morning ot hold l l their home in the future. TUlsdayIay: lath, ut :3 I o'clock the ichool house and upon retuiiiing, '
he spring .erm> of circuit! court. at the home of ;Mrs. T. N. Limhuugh. itfrshmcnts of cream and cake wrrowrsid .

.. -- Winston Smith, Western Union All members are requested to attend. i II |
Prof Itovvhng wn n business operator at the railway station, has I If! wax a delightful affair. Those

fKitor r<, fa, t "n'llIeIonday, ; reaming LIen spending several days of this ;Mr and ;Mrs. James Darby returned PM" ."nt to enjoy this were: Misses
\\'- '. .'las.H '. week in Jacksonville on a pleasure to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon I Mufhu Fripp, Jessie Thomas Lin, .lie TANLACAlways [

. trip. after u visit here with ;Mrs II. C. Tituni, Ailupn Alvarez, Floience,
I Richard. :\latth'wK. immn: Powell, Anne ''""".
n M: n'' II' i'. Manning: Station C., Privates Ilarlico and HaroM Bryan, 1\ a. Doris r Scott, Janie Speer, (Ella; MaeI ,

hec "'. r "I'I his of brother this week, J. who are stationed at Camp Johnston, finds have been received in Starkeannouneina I'I um': Cleo Mitchell\ Florence Sun get Mitchell's prices first / y
\inning I.d| days spent Sunday at the home of :Mrs. J. L. the birth of a daughter to era",", Doris Luw Cleo: III'witt.1"; s"- .

.. -' Warren. Mr. and ;Mrs. Percy I.. Thomas, of I J?....t'orl npperson( (hurles Ilmsltv. anything in the Drug '
\ Mess ,\ t.I Shaw und A. B. Sur- --- Jacksonville on ;May t th.V Wib",ur ,'ott. IIIK! I"U'-ley! 1 hayruornl: on

fcncy two Iti'Mikfr's citizens were ;Messrs. N. T. Hitch, A. ;\[, Darby, Sn-r:, Clifford Tatum, Cyrus Iloovt, I
tending r. '"r mness affairs in thejty L. A. UUJr.! ? F. I"'. Stump and J. L. \ A. liessent, Jr., who is now employed Dr.iyton Colly Kufus: Tntum, Ilu !'h I line'R

Tuesday Peek attended a Red Cross meetingin in the government yards in Fiver, Ill.intburd: Law, John Powell ,
Tuesday night. Jacksonville the weekend in Pitt TomlmMon
Hampton spent I I
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I am handling, the famous Starke with relatives.
miles. Callbd \11(. !I\MS liEU: MONDAY! I
Bres guaranteed! for 3$00 commissioner
P. J. Andrews, county .
line. K. Burlus :Messrs. Lee IJIIWn' J. I Z lc
I let me show you the : of Lake Butler, wad in attendance at Z
Starke. meeting of the county A. Thomas and J. O. Mines, citizensof lion. Chns. E. Davis, of :Madison,
the regular I + The mun who knows about the
commissioners held Monday.S. < Bell, Alachua county, are attending candidate for congress win! in Starke '
iMr. and Mrs Richard White and the term of circuit court in Starke :Monday and during a recess of the! Z dung is und the horrors of fire, i u:
lildren to their home this week. I court) spoke to a IllrlIuoJjpnce\ ut the I the Iir'man-cllllclalmo"t daily' to
have returned T. Dowling, of Raiford, was in ;!{ t
hOUK"Ir.: !Davis is Z
Starke, after enjoying a stay of Stake attending to his duties as member county court iipltMSing i deadly' outbreaks. Ask any (irc-
;Messrs.! Wallace Thigpen, T. D.) and fon eful speaker und his 4
me length in Jacksonville.combimng board of commission- mar, about the adviHulnIity of t
of the county being
siness pleasure-Sunday's Dyal, J. I. Ogden, E.: Murrhee; andS. address :'olundayin-, cordially receuI'll Z
with
mes-Union. ers. Dukes, of the Graham: section, were and very favorably commented onI insured, and he will, tell you It is

attending the meeting of the county I Iby his audicin e. the wisest and safest thing to do,

IMessri Hluekwel-;; 1' Miss'ilma j Futch week-end of Glen visitor St.- board :Monday. I ; ; ; :;;;:;;;;; I Iii ATAfcKAEW 1 to protect yourself against! loss.
O. Brooks, Lonzo :Mary, was a pleasant Ml+++ HI + ++* Then to and let l lI
write
Ir, Chas. Dennison and W. S. Bran- at the home of Miss Ida Warren. :3Ir.: and :Mrs II. S. Warren, of Clayno com UK us *
|n, Jr.. of the Lake Butler section, have an their guests this week I COMPARISONWe S I you a policy in one of the reliable t

*re in Starke on business :Monday ;Mrs. F. A. Scott has received a curd :Mrs. W. B. Warren, Mrs W. I' Dickey. 1 l Companies represent. The cost
hile here they paid the Telegraph from Lieut. Samuel E. Ward tellingof Gladys: and Genevieve Warren, of INVITE: cmnpnrlion, moth is small.

Bee a call. his safe arrival in Franc Dunn, N. C. a* to price and quality, of our I

cholre line of :
ISupt. E. R. Poppell and Mews. J. F. F. Stump was a business visitor Miss Fay Lynn sstroup, of Plant
McRae, J. E. Douglas and T. B. PmBater to Lake Butler Wednesday afternoon. City, !is sending relative and friends GROCERIESYou i

composing the ennnty board' here invitations to attend the com need them--. rou.t have JOS. E. WILSON
r,\ public instruction, left yesterday Corn rye and barley flour at J.o'. meneeraent exercises of the Plant City them.
": Gainesville where they will attend Kickliter's. It. High School. :Miss Stroup i Is vale. and Z
After comparing our good
dictorian of her class composed of
t annual convention of staM super- ,
*ndentg and high school principal. T. W. Waters, of Brooker, was in nineteen members. She Ii the daughter price with other, when you STARKE FLORIDAFRID.1T.
pt. Poppell will give: one of the adMS the city! Wednesday on business. of :Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Stroup, of KNOW why we have no fear

- before the gathering, his sub- Plant City, and a granddaughter; of i i MIKE'S FRUIT STORE
t being' "Criticism. of the Annual (1 work shirts for 73 cent Cash Mr. and Mrs Alex M. Andreu, of !this
Form." DtpartmCTt Store. I l .l III IH II I IMI MIIHII .
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:..t t.. / VAfiK SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. I'LOKU'- __. ..- _. ._ -.--------------FRIDAY.--.- .-- MAY- 19. jls,

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-I Tanlac and I'm sure glad j ( ,

i. $o'i-!'" iltOW MOUi; OOU AND FEED CAN FOR) HOME 1 CONSUMPTIONEach tn Huiford Friday. HER OWN\ PARENTS pain I had has disuppein.,1,. !, I ''ny">'
4 Mrs. W. H. Norman and children nerves are us steady as ,i r", 4. : i

( j m COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS 0 I The farmer who has planted a large : Florida house-wife should planto l left Sunday for their home in Jacksonville sleep at Light like a hdl,!,. T'"i', i '

6 66y44444 acreage of cotton to the exclusion of till her home pantry with a sufficient HARDLY has made a new woman of nl.r,. ** J
"H>H iai444444. I food and feed crops has placed the ( supply of canned goods for home consumption Mr. Eodus Green attended the social sides gaining back all my sti, Irth *

curt before the horse, according to i To live at home is not only at Mr. and 1'lrs.'a8coe Crawford's til I am able to do my HOUM",v,
Jefferson County: Small grain: Bradford Knapp, chief of extension j I economical, but patriotic. Cans are home last Sunday evening given in have gained fourteen pound. d,, ",v",A'tell" '

are crops bending will be out a success well this your Oats work in the South, who spoke to the 'I available, they cost less than they did honor of Mr. Arthur Butler, of Cump KNEW HER I feel so good and strong thak I ,

/ and farmers are stuff of agricultural workers at the last year, and the United States Department Jackson been doing a lot of gardcm! ,!!' !!
their
getting binderM and
the Additional ready cattle to handle University of Florida recently. The of Agriculture has a large Mr. und Mrs. II. S. Hillinrd attended haven't had a bit of troubli .1\\ ,;'n .

vats crops.will Le put in this summer.dipping' food and. feed crops are needed especially force of demonstration agents in the church at Wuteroak Sunday. Almost Made a New Tanlac is sold by C. P ( .,?''11 'it
state to assist the house-wife in all "Tanlac Starke, and by one druggist
ISrowurd this year. It is possible that the Messrs. J. U. and James Browningwere t "? t
tomatoes County were cut: short Early due plantingsof to bud Nation could get along on a small cot- lines of food production and conserva- visitors to Raiford Saturday eve- Woman of Me," Says Mrs.D.HerringtonGained town in Bradford County_.-,\i| .pry
ton production this year but it can tion than it has ever had before. It -
seed and disease. Later plantings Ining. Four-
Jook more promising. Heavy ruins not exist and still feed its allies if the has increased its force in the State I Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman attended I Children's Coughs and folds| s-

have benefited corn, cotton und pea- production of staple food and forage this year t by about one hundred per church at China Grove Sunday. I II !! teen Pounds in Weight."I For children's cough, ,'>!;
awl
nuts. crops is curtailed to u marked degree.It cent. Many Florida housewives are I We would be glad if tho lIeilbronn'correspondent Chamberlain's Cough Item: -i i ,"
is not supposed that farmers will planning to avail themselves of the would please get the taking client.. It is prompt and M,t. "*'
1'nlrn Beach I County: Tomato heeds eliminate the growing of cotton from help offered by the Government news in his section and not come over improved so much after contains no opium or oth, . .nd,
around Boynton and llelruy will yield their )'t'ar'su'Uvities, but if they I through these agents. 'Ion our side. The Woodlawn Park Tanlnc that my own father and mother I und is pleasant to take > : .:
not more than u half crop, duo pri have bet their year's work on cotton it The necessity for a vigorous cam- line to the Alligator creek on the hardly recognized mo when I wentto
goes "
marily to bud infection of nnthrac- would be wise to hedge the bet by paign for the filling" of the home pan- 'north, to :\11'. D. Carter's and )E. Kite's visit them," said Mrs. I II. Herring-/ I Plies Cured Im e to 14 nay
none, or nail-head rust, and too much nt 12H2: Fourth avenue,
becomes ton, residing
at
planting some of the staple food crops. try once apparent when place on the west, the Wateroak Vorr driifrRiflt wilt! refund n 'Ir i ,,
lain at the beginning of the season. knows :Nashville, Tcnn., a short time ago. | rant it."**!
After the food and feed crops cotton one that the Government has creek the south, and D. B. Browning i DINTMKNr (o "carr an\ ?f
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1'inellas County: Recent rains have "Four I suffered with peculiar nllnd.ateedtng orProlrllfhn" 1'1.! '
commandered S3; cent of the fac- long years
will rank first in importance in the per i place on the cast. The drat application give. l-isit u "
encouraged: the farmers to plant more :South.: tory output of canned tomatoes; 23: percent pains in my side and stomach, I:0
food crops. The Irish potato yieldin --- .---- of the output of other products Mr. E. Kite and son, D. L., were she continued, "nnd my husband spent
the county; id very encouraging. CROW PEAS FOR HOGS visitors to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. to
COW I during" the coming/ season, for the use hundreds of dollars trying get mewr16
St. Johns and Mrs. E. E.: Burney nnd children JANKS
Recent
County: rains in vain.
!of the army and navy. but it was money spent
have retarded potato digging, and it 'I hey Furnish. Pasture and Reduce the The Government representatives are of Lawtey were visitors here I fell off to ninety-eight pounds and CHILL
U estimated) that one-third of the Amount of Grain NeededIt 'urging that special attention be given :Sunday: afternoon. was so weak I couldn't do any work nt TONIC

crop huH rutted in the /ground. Quite to the home garden at this season, and I I :Mrs D. L. Phillips and son, O. J., nil and could hardly get around. I had For CHILLS and FEYD( )

number of farmers will have to replant will be most profitable for the that nothing he allowed to go to waste. wl're'isltors in the Heilbronn section no appetite and was so nervous and COLDS

their corn as wet weather caused Florida farmers to supply his hogs In some of the> trucking sections cooperative i Tuesday. torn up I couldn't sleep at night. I GRIPPE, MALAM25ci50c

the seed to rot in the ground.! with an abundance of !green pasture. plans have been made |,1 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were visitors .My husband finally got me to try Everywhere. No Cure,NOPI a!

Walton County: Club boys are taking Hogs kept on dry pasture the greater .whereby truckers can bring surplus to Lawtey Sunday.
a greater interest in the club work part of the year are not us thrifty and vegetables" to home demonstration ESTABLISHED 1886 -

than heretofore. The agent is finding do not grow as rapidly as those givena kitchens supervised by home FLORIDA ROOSTERlAY JUNE 1. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
) it hard to get good pigs for the pig- liberal allowance of green feed, says i stratum agents and demon-I I

I, club boys John M. Scott of the University of groupes; of house-wives, and can have' Sell, kill or confine every rooster by I INSURANCE

. are Sumter County:Labor Crops" generally Florida experiment station. It requires their surplus vegetables" canned at June 1. I Fir a, T roa d.].Accli1ont, Autoimiilln! ,liability, P laleGlnss( Steam Boiler, Burglary,80Ms
looking good. is
scarce and from months for therange
/ 14 to 21 I those kitchens. In one kitchen a group Produce infertile eggs! and help )I
t home farmers are behindwth their hog" to grow to market si/.e. A i of twenty-two house-wives placed canned .i Florida save $2120,000.:! STARKE, FLORIDA
work. It is quite likely that more help hog can be grown to the name size inN I goods in seventy-seven home pun- !I i I i Florida markets 11,000,000' dozen I

a will be needed to handle the cotton to 10 months when properly" fed. i tries. The growers furnished the vegetables eggs annually. Five per cent of these I

crop Because the cowpeas does test in a the housewife the labor; they spoil because fertile. I ,. ._ -= _. ...,._. _
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County: Recent: rains have warm sandy loam soil it I H u crop well divided. the cost of cans, fuel, etc., and This year these 530,000 dozen spoiled I ,.

greatly interfered, with farm work, es- I suited to Florida. It is a short season each took one-half of the canned goods. fertile eggs are worth $::!"_0,1100.

)"'ciullyhcre sufficient drainage has crop requiring from GO to !8)1)) days to Plans for similar work have been Is $:.!:.!OOOO worth trying to save? WANTEDStreet
not been provided. Potatoes are showing mature, according to the season and made for Miami and Tampa housewives The farmers of Florida lose each .
signs of decay. I the variety., Therefore it can be planted and for the I I
plans taking up year large sums of money !because of "4
Citrus County: I Hoys': club work litlug'l'rinll : as a catch crop or in an after crop; work in Orlando are well under way. improper methods of producing and

to some extent through the I uhuh means it may be planted after The following/ is an extract front the handling eggs. One-third nt least of I Car Motormen and Conductors
necessity for to take the
boys place ofolder
the spring and summer vegetables are report of Home Demonstration Agentin this loss is preventable. It is duo to
i men on the farm who have been harvested, or it may be planted between Miami
: ,; the hatching of fertile
t partial eggs. to line
1 culled to the colors. the rows of corn at the last cul "There I is more enthusiasm over the'i, The eirfr;: laid by u hen may I.P f.ilht'rl'I'tile operate new car
Hernnndo/
i County: Heavy/ rainfall tivation.! !
I canning center than any other line of or infertile dijpendini upon
/ damaged thecops planted on lowlands When grown to be used us u pasturefor work, but we have had considerable whether or not the male bird has been to Camp Johnston.

but farmers have used the opportunity hogs, cowpeas! can be planted at trouble in getting tomatoes to the can ''allowed to run with the female. A

to set sweet potatoes.. Those any time from the middle of March un- ning center. There seems to be no fertile egg: is one in which the
set are looking fine til the first of August. To get best results mentis of transportation at reasonable ':' germ has been fertilized by the male JACKSONVLLE TRACTION CO.

the Levy last County few : Fine growing weather from cowpeas us pasture, plant rotes. We are working on a plan now bird. Except for this proves of fprtilixation -
k days have enabled cropsto them at intervals of two weeks. In of having the women who have cars, go the male bird has no influence -
,
k recover from the cold' weather that this way fresh pasture can lie had for out and bring them in for their hare e upon the eggs which the hens Jacksonville, Florida.McCALL'S .
prevailed for u few days prior to that the hogs at all times the l lof that days cnnning." 1
t time. No signs of cotton boll weevil during I'prin""I" : lay. Egg production is equally great .......m_....., _.-.__ "'". '_"'."" -=c ,. _
Infestation have been found. summer and early fall. When I I The following: the report of work In flocks! from which roosters'' '\-
i of ground is pastured ofT it can bo done recently done in Tampa: ''I eluded
IVSoto
d Hull yielded County us high: Irish as :too potatoes bushels near to plowed upln piece of ground being thus made to.. 40 ladies: met tor the of
the purpose ol'gani1.inR' an infertile one )because the fertilized
: acre. Stable manure has been,
. found more beneficial to sour ncrubpalmetto produce two or three crop during the a canning club; a demonstrationin germ responds! more readily to high MAGAZINEa

lands'" than lime; potatoes year. I cunning was given tomatoes werecanned temperature than the unfertilized one.
will grow well on thes lands while other Cowpeus should bo planted in a well 1 IB glass and processed atu. i It is impossible to hatch an infertile 3 I,
, repared by seed bed made canned in improvised beans FOR MAY ip
j crops do not until manure has been by thorougnplowing u canner, egg i or to cause a blood ring to form .
f I i t' applied, or the bacteria lidded in some / followed by the use of a were processed and canned in a steam in one. Such CA'ICSIre much more The Superb Quality .,'\

t I manure crop.Aluchua tooth harrow. Mark oil the rows two pressure canner. At tho close of the likely to reach the table in good condition oF McCall Fashions U
I 'iil\)I fI County: An increase in to two and a half apart and plant the demonstration it was moved that a '' und there is much less spoilage the reault of :
I t food seed ut a rate of about one-half bushel 1 canning club be organized und a temporary in shipments composed entirely of many yearsof j/ .
l
1:1': crop planting ranging/ from ten careful. in the. .
study ,
I 1 to a hundred. percent has been made per acre. As soon as the plants are chairman was elected and committee I them than in mixed shipments of fertile "\\ '

! 1. J l"y the farmers of the county. Crops one or two inches high, give good cut appointed to get: in touch withtruckers and infertile eggs. .,1 interpretation of the fl. i .p4 tri(t ttb'SJi
.
tivation. Perhaps not more than two and others who would have After the /, : style tendencies of the '
; me looking/ good but grass is causing hatching season, therefore y'Te; ) 1 :, t .
I' nonio trouble on account of frequent) cultivations will be necessary. When \egftablcs for cunning. The use of a a aI the male birds should be cooked, > t I: time and adapting them f) ;:s

I ruins. Gardens have greatly increased the crop is 15 to 18 inches high, it will I lurpe! room, former,)' eiuipuod ly, the i sold, or confined. In approximately! 14 J1.+ to the needs and uses .'.'tso ,-r'1 &Ii I
be time to begin pasturing. Under Tampa Gas Company for homo economics I days! after all this all the of the
number and quality. eggs laid by i t. :."" American W om. s. I ':
..1'! Clay County: Excessive ruins have favorable conditions the crop will be work, has been proffered for I the hen will be nfertle. These can l.emlll'kl.te'd / an. II"

I badly injured the potato crop, and a ready to pasture in about six or eight use, rent free. ;'i much more successfully< un- f1f11l5l Il\ r ,
great dent of corn has been drowned weeks. J'lorivfa annually isnj'orts/ ei hlY-{ \''elder the adverse conditions that frequently \ 'Ii ,
out and 1 will have to be replanted. If seed are sown broadcast, which million dollars worth cr! food l Bruit! that prevail in the hot summer I I IJ
\ I Gadsden County: Wo are having some farmers prefer to do, use from sh.should ptuluvc." A considern! lepait months. McCall Patterns ''ll I t t,4 ui :
:' one to one and a half bushels to the of this from for ,-anned goods. If I I I '
j 1. plenty of rain and crops of all kinds Rules' for handling eggs on then I I'' : )
each house-wife for t ljlj1I
',; : are starting off pretty well. Tobacco IKre.When who has access to farm: May J
I v' Is fine, with no "casualties" we will planted between the rows of ht.me garden: would l determine ta can i I I Heat/ s the great enemy of eggs, I I .1 Now On Sale '
j gather the largest crop In the county's corn ut the last!' cultivation, cowpcas as her minimum amount a sufficient I i|fertile and infertile. I 'Ltf .
t '
i history. may allowed to mature or be keptunlil number of vegetable to fill her home Farm 1ffE f.t1
about the time the first pantry, it would not women are urged to follow \ F" .
only
, Some pods be mean a sav. these
Liberty County
: owing sumple rules
E
crops which
I
' cost nothing
to heavy rains and hail, are damaged. gin to turn yellow. When fed to hogs ing of many thousands of dollars that I but time and t .
thought and
} The rain and hail following the freeze at this stage of maturity along with annually go out of the State, but a releasing dollars to the will add THE 1.
poultry
has given the corn it will be found that the hogsmake of food that is needed elsewhere yard returns: .
crops quite a setback.Orange I 1. Keep the nests clean ,
rapid gains and will produce and of cars now used for bring ; providing { '
County: Boys and girls of one nest for four tL
I hens. McCALLCOMPANY
school age are organizing themselves pork of good quality. I ing these goods into the state, and that 2. eggs
There are varieties of are needed for transportation else daily.
into "Liberty Food Production Clubs" many cow- .J. keep the
eggs in a cool, ,
Each peas. Out of 150 varieties tested at where. dry I
promises to grow some food or room or cellar. I 1k"
feed crop to help win the war. the Experiment Station Brabham andIron This Government force of Home 4. Market the I' BlouiNew ..nr.. ,
at
least ti
twice
Demonstration Agents is here eggs a .Jae
Nassau County: Boys and girls are cowpeas gave the best results. not only week i
taking It will not be necessary to apply to assist the housewife in filling the I
a greater\ interest in club work ,5 Sell, kill
,
than ever before. We will soon haven fertilizer for cowpeas, unless they are home pantry and to direct the work of birds as or confine all male : Ynrk San Francisco Atlanta
soon the
progressive calf club. Shorthorn is planted on poor sandy soil.TRY the canning club girls of the state, but over as hatching season is I, Chicago Boston Toronto

the breed selected. ---,-* this force is composed of specially ......:
TilE: ( O
UIUNITY PLAN trained
pomen prepared to conduct
Hillsboro
County: Potatoes on one :
farm yielded seventy-five barrels classes for the women of the state in -tIj

!! acre. They were run thru a grader per be. When farmers in a county or com the study of food values the preparation r .

,I fore being marketed. This farmer has munity nil raise the same breed of and serving the meals, economical
two barns built for corn and hogs and cattle, they can exchange buying, etc. Much of the work done

t so that he can treat the corn arranged against sires whenever necessary, eliminating by these women this year has been :
I t weevils the expense of buying a new sire along tho line of food conservation Mobilizing Your Finances 1

' I every two or three years. This alone They have been one of the most active
I' EAT MORE POTATOES would mean a big/ saving. If the sires I agencies in the State in carrying to I. ;
Itt -_ are well cared for. thev should'- inn the housewife government instructionsfor

While potato week has been observed tinue in service until they are eightor food conservation and in n.ssintincr It's dead when
quite generally over the State, the ten years old.. An old sire of known I her to follow successfully the--i instructions : easy your available cash is all snugly

practice of eating potatoes should' not value us a breeder Is of much more given. reposing in a sound Bank. You

end with the week's observance Potatoes value than a young, untried one. This WOOUL.\\\'N-PAUK finances with can handle your ,.
less
are about the cheapest bulky may he contrary to the opinion of =NEWS cost and trouble.

and perishable food that can be I had some who are just beginners in the I This Bank
now and a more common use of them livestock business, says the University Woodlawn Park, May 7.-A prayer can render you valuable service in all
I in the dietary should lie observed. of Florida experiment station, but I service was held at the hime of :Mr. matters of finance.
Florida has harvested a considerablecrop the experienced stockman knows the and Mm. E. Kite Saturday evening by

t :..I and the home market. must absorb value of tried sires Rev I). L, Phillips, J. M. Norman and JOIN OUR ARMY
a 1 n part of it. It !is evident that low-grade animalscan E. C. Johns. OF DEPOSITORSand

t t Potatoes to !le used for the home not be raised profitably on high- After the services, :Mr.1 James Hood be prepared for the
\ market feeds. and Miss Elizabeth Purgerson, Rai- financial battle I
should bi iillowxl to mature priced Some farmers do not of that faces
.it before digging which will go far toward have a sufficiently largo\ number of 'ord, were married by Rev. D. I.. Phil. you.

keeping; them in storage for later animals to pay them to buy a purebred lips. They left Sunday morning for

consumption, says P. II. Rolls.., directorof sire. The community plan of Jacksonville where they will make There is nothing like a bank account
to
i the University of Florida expc-ri- ownership would solve the problem for their home. stability in give you
nTTitstation.. .\ common and usually!! stock raisers who wish to breed l up !Messrs. J. M. Norman and O. J. Phil business It is always available.
'
quite satisfactory method for storing their herds but who find individual lips were business visitors to Starke ;1

potatoes i h to uprcr.d them in a !lays ownership of an expensive animal impracticable Saturday.Mr. .
KP\'l'rullnch..s and !Mrs. A, Williams and children
deep in a cool, dry pl.ict- -
Some find -.--- of Jacksonville, visited friends BANK
may the dry iri: 'ot.nd i n Jerthe --- OF
'. house a suitable place on which to The canning season I la opening up. here last week, reeturning home Sun- STARKE
spread their supply. Others may retort Be sure to have enough containers at day morning.

f to ventilated! barrels. or boxes kept hand to prevent any surplus products Mrs. Pasco Sapp and sister, Miss ,

e in n dry ched. going to waste. Katie Thompson, were visitors to State, County and City Depository

1 The matter of storing. a reasonable A silo Lnwtcy Sunday afternoon.
means us much to
supply should appeal to thrifty fami I stock as the tin can does to your fam-live- Mr. O. .1. Phillips left Sunday for STARKE FLA. l
your .Jaekson\'illr
lies that are striving to keep down the nfter spending several ,
cost of living ily.. But neither Is of value unless filled days here the guest of relatives. I 1 II'! ;

., :Mr. A. Green was a business visitor Ij -JJ

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iDKKSS: OF COL. J. K.FITCH :. :, request, that may be made as war 'do his part in milking successful any 4 + + + + + + + + + 4. + + + + + 4

_ _ TO rOOD) HI\LI'Itil: measures. Since this is tho duty of and all measures which those in au- + L.KO; A I. ;NOTICKri; 4.s.

I every citizen it must apply to the 'thority inaugurate for winning'this Beauty In AmericaThe + + . + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
h r', asked (he food dealers oftflhJ merchant, but with added force because I war by; the United States and her al! ..
rl.i .. < at many ..r the Kv.Lralh'i %nTI'f: UK i A..urnu.1I. .OIC.
of his
| greater power to help orto I V net ttt I hor.h m.ii thut i tinunil' ', i 'I I : U"-e.sted in thu food hinder. lies.If any one can give any reason or '1. I lltlltV tllly.. ., ,i- ((hi),. ,lOr .h. lltll'f, H|,. I '.'
inistni"' to. n.iet me htrc this I i'> I iKHonor,il.U' I r Willi.. J"ii'i. of Mml
)]
I The Duly of the Consumer state fact that will '
any justify or excuse i nit '10'01' ut t''it' I ,ul.th linhi'iiil ,',.r,1t ntriornlr
for i'; foi u "i-o 'uun.-iu.-i'. I desire to ] What I have said of the duty of the the violation or evasion of any ., ut hli .'ll,...,. I in Cuint: ,iltr. "I'liirillll
I . .
tusf .e!', "in-i. fly a few th.njj, that citi/.en 'I. "I.I , \'. h. miiv hilotunl., for an nnltr.ml ,
: generally applies to the rule or regulation made by the Fedora
consumer iiir.finu Ihvi.I'M'tion, of .l.'tiil.hn.' .1-nkinn,
'IT on th< nua"i.i7. of course. Food Adminibtration or by its authority New House Dress To-Day fl ,mini'i in* tK'ir rlnlil ami lu-ir at I"...

I, }-Administration j.; NiM's- Ht'mart.:4IIIIIil' llle to All Classes I am ready to hear him now. J, ,'. rOIM'KI.I.M;R. ANI. I) MUM. W H Jf.NKIN.S. S.

-aryhe As I stated ill the outset this food Conclusion -- Solicitor for !IVIitionrr.; 4-V2-tt.. t

supreme object of our .country administration, is a war measure, and While the Federal Food Administration -

I o win the war against Germany I therefore it is especially necessary requests the support and cooperation NOTICK OK' ADOPTION OK MINOK.Nollvi I
ABOUT
ball not undertake to state any; ofT that every regulation be obeyed with of all citizens in the observance or CAPES In hi-nliv. a vni hat. the, unitimlHniMwill . rp
thirty itiiyi Hftir lint of thm notict*. up
many reasons why we must win! out question or hesitation so long as it the rules unit regulations and dislikes i ely" I... tli. Holinriihlr 1. 'I. \VII1. J".I"It tha j
I war, or to recount any of the arts remains in force. If you deem it to use force yet when a willful viola - Circuit Court nf th. l.lvhlh Judicial' ffrrult' of
Morlilii. nt hiii, arm -. In liainmvlllu. f'lnr"'o.',
atrocity and frightfulnes* whch: wrong or oppressive have tion is shown there is ample provisionfor "
you a rightto New York 8.-isn't it On cool ur wlii-rrvir, may I... found, for .n nnlnriltithitrlainif ,J
strange/: tne
May purposes. summer evenings -
the modern German army to be'se seek to have it changed, but put adequate punishment and! it wilsurely tha iilitnt'im, of Itrvvrly Kmury, '
that in thl'se'I'ry stenuous times, the mountains by the sea, they her Mntl hi "ir .
than the ancient Vandals yourself in a minor nil rhiM > nt I.w.Mlt
Huns the class with be visited the offender.The .
other nation disloyal cit I upon when all our thoughts and hopes are IU',' just th,' thing to throw about ono. ';. "'1.011II.. CADY.
ny savage or tribe. izens when you I ignore, obstruct or dealers especially are expected to J. rOI'PKI.I...
'e are not --ris centered on our boys "over there, weso In wind or rain, too, they hold their !Solicitor for r.'tltlonrr. 4-12-ltt.
clone evade
wag-.1 ? war any rule or regulation of the observe all the regulations from patriotic f
thoroughly enjoy a book play or own, fur one of waterproof
'UI1'rUI'Il cape -
{entered this strugle after France Food Administration. I motives, but the disloyal few who
that i iM light, sweet and wholesome gaberdine or twood about, ono, .
1 Great Britain and other allied Every poem NO TICK FOR IM'lll.ir\TION.Iti'lHtrliurMl
na- successful business invite will
centainly
- or enterprise severe measures and absolutely without referenceto and venture forth in otherwise forbidden ...fI". I"{<'rlur.
'i had valiantly defended the civiliDn undertaken where large numbersof not be allowed to remain in business asfood I'' S I".n,tl Ollioi-, lit lin 1 n.....III.'. Fin lIIar.1m. '
the] ( r'at'ar ? Perhaps it is' the weather.Standing. ,
of the world for : l. 1IMHNotice
three
nearly people are involved must have dealers.HAMPTON] .
I need a responsible ... saving. grace, the thing that keeps us I in lu-ri'liv, .Iv..n hint Frank Murphy,
a. not take time inBg head. -
any In this war work some the other I I Tor America of I.iiW Hull,"iFlu. who. ..m, April lit. 1VI3.mnili .
to convince that" food is as nec- few must plan and give orders to the : :; :MKTHODIST CHt'KCH sane. At any event, night I""",i.i./ I Entry: No. 01 tRill. for Nfcl
to went to a play that was perfectly enchanting There artist who ,,"ri'r uf ."'"'."n :II. townHhip 6 !S). Hnnu
_ a successful was
If onco a
ry great
military do
camas many. not the .
see ,
you reason or but that UH K: Tnllnluui "" I.lInn. him IIIn.I. noliuof
guns or shells. That is a the necessity for any rule or regulation The pastor of the Methodist church ; a bit unreal m.iylx, talked and preached "the t beauty of tho .. intent Ion to makr Th..I..',.", I.......'. In ..-
..evident fact well known to do hesitate was' pnrt of its charm. And the costumes cOl11l11onpIl1l'tV"' hero in America ti.lillnli claim to tho I Inn.! nliov* iti-ncrinc-il. I..**
not
every- to comply with it ut Hampton was happily surprised -
very
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f..r. I'lt-rk rlrvutt\ Court,
( 1. ,
in the play They, too, were .stnrUn im
'. All of us know that the great faithfully until, through the proper by a pounding which he received have to a certain extent nindo! that: oursymbol. ii I... I Till ilnv. of Mny HUH.

pleon expressed this truth in a channel. the sumo be modified or abrogated. 1 from the loving hands of some of his : Wo LimO beautifying our commonplaces rlnlntnnt n"",,>i4 MM wtlm<....*. :

presque manner when he said that I. very dear friends at the home of Dr. and glorious thing it is K. W. KihvnriU: of Ni'W. Ithi'r. Fliirliln.li .
: ; W. AiiilrrHM. .f N'i w liivt'r, Klitriila.
army marches on its stomach." If tonight a man on the street should :'oliddlttoJ1 on last Saturday night. 'f.- 4 to ,I". Not ono whit behind the big I lrlnnMatlln.w I ., of N.-... Itlvi-r. Florida.

is just as essential that the aolp shout "Iloch der Kaiser. To hell mit I That t fine class of Sunday school boys, : movement in Civic life, is this samo W M. Kol.ini.oh.. of Xntnnion. Horl.tu111)III'

of our allies be sufficiently fedUr Vilson and lee United States" everybody taught by Mrs. :Middlcton, came to .# movement Women's,, Fashions. Once 4.5-lIt. W. liXVIH.NiuirK U" iiit.I'r.'.

men be abundantly supplied. If in town and country alike would the residence of their teacher Saturday / ...':;''''' it was considered proper to don a highly -- -

lie want of necessary food one be l ready to deliver him to some officer night, each bearing packagefor ...';' iL.1.AJJ: ', tight-fitting garment culled a'house OF F.1\1 \!. Dis<'if AIUK.SU ; +. "
,. tiKinthn it ftir tlutu. h<*..*.,.' I will 1 ......,,' '
ch or British company, regiment I and a few might: want to lynch him. their pastor. Some of the Sunday ,..... 'J"I: dross," to do alt! the little things my s.....h.r. and tent re.uinl to the |1I..r. .J

tmy become unfit for duty, the Tomorrow some of the same men, who school girls came with packages also ,, 'Ii r around the bouse that a woman loves slit ti.SM>, A. (;inr". i'liunty J"m.lu. f>tItrmlfonl J

a of those men must be filled by were so outraged by the act of the and a number of adult persona were \. .. I lo iii). Now wo have changed all that. tlnnl .11..h.county.,,,.. nn itilminlritrntnr ltoriilii.. nntl of mik tha for...tRt tnv'

Own soldiers. When by furnishing pro-German, might willfully violate present with bundles, indicating the : Our house dresses time just an plain IIn,1IIl11ulnrlwllIs of J. II. llnlttmutk itiul M, A HiiULmHik. de4AHI 'f r

[ we keep up the spirit nnd eli- r some well known regulation/: for selling love they have for their pastor. Someof f t they were of old 1, but, oh, 'lt.Thin. J!
: ,
: the 29th dny of March 1H1R.
cy of our allies we save the lives wheat flour or sugar.;\ Others of them the presents came from persons belonging i : : they are no much moro becoming. A J. V. KOWAUDS.: f ,"

F)our own boys and shorten the war. who would l not break the rule them- to other churches and made .. .'\ woman always feel> her best and does I 9- D,1I mo. AttminiBtrntor., !.

'tVe fail to do what we arc able in selves might! have full and, exact information the occasion far more enjoyable because I :. : :. her best when she knows she is well- t

I matter, by such failure we prolong about the violation of the "in unity there is strength." In t' = ; = dressed. So we, in doing our bits horoat '1'111'I; \ TEST:

Swar and destroy many brave menole rule by some one, and yet would be the pounding were the following articles - = home, have taken tin; fact into consideration -- }

i lives could be saved, but for our very careful not to give the Food Administrator : Linen towels, twelve packages of t" '=.. ;. : and we have "hons<'-dl'l'lIlI- li The THt of Time

Sclency and selt\ hness. any report of it. rice, berries, tomatoes pears, pineapples ..-.. .-. .-... -- I5 Years IIK<> this .Slnfke resident told ,

,'.t'. Et/ national food administration The pro-German and the "food- corn, oatmeal, eggs! apples vegetables r 1' of (rood result. from usinir I)omu n's

e'':Into being because our great slackor" each has set himself in oppo. syrup, flour sugar and other .; .:: Kidney IMls. Now Mrs. J. ,VV Andrews -

'i.' lident and his advisors realized sition to our Government in its effortsto articles good to eat These good things '1'-; I j ift" ? con 11 rum her former statement

tone: of the measures most neces- win this war. To the extent that were placed on the dining table] in the :! II ,1 I -Riiyn there hll'4 been no return of I Iho

t' 'was the conservation of food fol'ihvn each of them is opposingthe Govern dining room. At 8:30:: after music and _: ; { Irou""'. Can Slnrko people] ask for ;

. : use and for our allies. It is a ment war measures, they ure in the pleasant conversation, the pastor and ':" : 11'CIt. I more ronvincini testimony !

measure, and because of that fact slime class. No one may contend that guests were invited into the dining = l : ;Mrs. Amlrewu says: "I feel just i(led,I

,', Violator of the rules or regu lu- they deserve the same punishment, but room where Mrs. Middleton very appropriately ,< :..., ..... III rccuinmcndinir I HOIIII'H Kidney. Till I *. 1J 1\

Tfor its enforcement may be BUrnt we do insist that each is disloyal to made the presentation ,: \ I = used I them fur kidney I complaint und I

, dealt with.II': Herbert hill Government. Those who willfully speech for all the friends who had apart fl ---:: backache/ and I they proved very bene '1

", )f, is at the head of the national seek to obstruct, evade or defeat the in that happy occasion. All of \ \ ... _' ficial." of' .

'' ation each regulations of the Food this was such a great surprise to the :- .
1i'i and state has one /: Administra. 1 I.nitinir ItcHiillMOver

t'' : Food Administrator. That tion are "slackers" and ought to be pastor that he could! not find words A Modern House Drcsn thl" '(! years later, lIr"n-

Ao ), in Florida; is :Mr. Braxtonkm taught to realize the gravity of their sufficiently strong to express his ap ,! tlrewH 8uid J: "Tho cure I),euii's Kidney \

Bea of Orlando lie is the only offenses. I preciation. Not being able to make an sweet and like a breath, of spring. Simple I'ilU travu mo has been 11 lasting one.I .

,'\.CIn..nour; State who has authority to I believe that in our country, nearly] appropriate speech because of his surprise oh yes, hut so refreshingly, well, ft. 1111/1 I just as willing i I I I recommend this
I he simply requested all to remain -
'mak f'rulos. In each county there all the people are loyal and, really desire natural. They were not startling; f\\ iiieiliciiiinow I I as before."

Jould >'l;! be one County Food Adjrutrttor to cairy their share of this bur- standing with bowed l h'lul9hill! rather narrow skirls, short sleeves I 1'riei' 10; ) cents at all dealers. Don't
he the of heaven ti
to see that the rules and reiHtions ?- don. Such violators as may have been prayed blessings t tunic, all the "feature" that wo have ply ask for u kidney, I'eml'dy-get,
fall all who had
richly so graciously
on "
are observed. committed in with the "liltS.! Hut \ I llimn'H
q, most cases probably, expressed their love for God's hum- stamped year 1 Kidney< I'ills---tho I animal Unit :'
m. of you miiv have some desire I have been the result of thoughtlessness : bio servant. t there was this about them you simply "I Mrs.nilt'ows h.is twice' publicly rec

rknow how it happened! 1 that I wits or mental laziness which has prevented could not forget/: them. They were 1 ommended. Foster Milbtirn Co., Props,
morning and night the
elected as ( mint'- Food"ministl'a- a large number of our intelligent 8undiy congregations dresses thpt you would love to wear t. \ ilulfalo, N. Y. (;i3)
were splendid, and some \
for Bradford It will take people from the troubleto ( yourself. \ .
r County. taking ----
friends said the did the
Ut a. few north. tell you all that I inform themselves und to think out pounding One was n corn-colored (:ieorgctto : di\i I I II Tho; Quinine;; laM cotS nt, ..,ijrtllicmi'.r triO huO
much thai he
preacher so good preached ,
w'about u About ten days ago a carefully the actual condition of the crepe ; there were two widths of Ihoerepi o( 4 IM I.,n ir noil luxallvr' .(Joct. I.AXA11 .

chant in "taj'k,' told, me that sever. I world I and especially of our own coun better than usual. May God blesall gathered at the waist" and falling I VI! Oil'unit' '.'10 linen VI /NIMilxlicllrllinitorillnnryUnitiine nut m i 'h.. 11
cnuno flVtVOlNfltSl imrrinmoir
who hud : in tin. good work, \
part
ood dean .,. hi, nhud I decided LIt at try. Our free- institutions arc on : a I to thi- bottom of thuS hi-iti of the I IJ Mil .. i, \ ', In henil. Kriiivinlii t r the lull numo nnilliiult
I and the. others! who would have taken lot time muantuie ol U. w. ( K0VU.Jue. i
1'1.' count.. .itiirht to hnve: a County trial; our indepeendenee' and the civ- hail they known of it. foundation skirt. These widths Wl'ronot 0 -- -
od ,Ad nan is ut..tmd r that I had ilization of the world artat stake in part -earned" un the sides, but were al- p' :'
T. L. Z. BA 1m, I DESERVES A GOLD
eft selected l by thi in for that place. 1 I thin awful conflict. If Germany ulti- Pastor. ,\\','" to hung as floating !panels.Ahuxe .

14 him (that I ,did nut want the mutely should win, our country will he I the twelve-inch hem were five All I Interesting .\(iron MEDAL/ FOR THIS
I Iee --- --- '
; and likely f'w !people would, ,, doomed, and the people left alive will $200() IN;. I'UIXKS OFFKItKIl TO THK: two-mrh, tu'kK.rolJn.1 tinwaist was i iII <'11" that art in themselves amazing 1
ki..it! as it carries with it no reI I I be enslaved.] These dark predictionsare SCHOOLS OF FLORIDA. Imely soft satin ribbon, orchid-col-I I
well I
dainty i and l becoming, a* as "rIll"ticili. Cincinnati
I I
Authority Tells How
uneratlon Also not heads ored. tied in huge bow on the left j
| not ''''n expenses. designed ns scare to a The ono illustrated, here is but
Itated that I already had l rocomded frighten a free people into obedience. $200 as prizes has been offered by side, and the falling I down I in cascade I a sample of tho eridle.srf! ways we have to Dry Up Any Corn or Cal- .
another man for the position of oppressive rules. I firmly believe effect' to the hem of the skirt The ; .
the lion. J. W. Archibald, a patriotic of accomplishing! i this feat. It is trim lus So it Lilts Right Off.
ttha } I did l not know whether my that every statement that I have made citizen of Jacksonville, to be competedfor WUIM has one of those struight-iu-ross nnd,' 1I'milillin1'h/ ,' useful pockets

onunendation had been acted on. is true. If each one in this county by schools throughout the state in necks with tiny pin tucks, and the | havo interesting n/II/ of the name

tel' I sow my choice for this place will inform himself about the actual selling War Savings Stamps and in Hlecw's were very long and full wilh! a I while material us tho collar, cuffs antI, You corn-pestered' men and I women

tried to get him to accept it. He conditions, the Food Administration enlisting new savers in the thrift double ruffle ..f the same crepelit the | frumpish about rifed sulFer no lunger. Wear time nhoen
army heFt I.i there anything
'
,Bled to do that, but he did agree to will likely have no trouble( with any of :Mr. Archibald's offer was mudu at lower edge. On the outside of the arm I this ilreHH ? And isn't it an ideal for that nearly killed you )before, Hiiys this

fat me in any way he may be able them. If the great mass of our people! the meeting of the county chairmen in above the wrist the sleeve was> gathered I' the work d remit Somehow. it seems to Cincinnati authority, !becuuuu. a few

i with that understanding I accepted had, a clear conception of their duty in I Jacksonville a few days ago. ,I tip, 110 the whole effect of u draped Htnnd for America, und her flllciencyeven ,drops of ficc/.oiio applied directly i on it

4t responsibility, and now you know this matter, a "food-slacker," whether Mr. Archibald has turned over to ..h'f'\i''rhi're. in little things. tender itching corn Htops soreness at
much about it as I know dealer or consumer, would be reported State Director J. I". C. Griggs his were sleeveless! jackets of va- 0"('(' and,I soon the. ,'"rn loosens so it

and and dealt with iou' ,'olorllnnd marvelous> sport skirts, can lit! lifted out, rOIt and 1 1III, without
Ptil have had no military training as promply as a pro- check, with the brief statement of how (Odd and 1'iuN:

am now too old l to go into that kind! German constructionist. The penalties he wishes it U!;ed. $100 of this money stripedAplaid] and plain. Indeed it wall a bit of pain.

1 service without having been tauJrhtthe would be different, but the punishment will be given to the school makingthe n veritable revel of simple Hummerstyle. There mire many little frivolous fads A (|umrfcr of an ounce of free/.ono

i art of war There is so much to be would be as certain in the one largest number of sales between springing up to bring us joy. Th,' lacy oiHls very little at any drtitf (store, but

{done in this great conflict that there is case as in the other.Enf..rC''mt and Jan 1, 101!*. Another $100will parasols of sheerest chiffon and lace: is HuMicu'nt to take olf every hard or

. :: .i place where every potriot may serve >nt of Itfgulations now be given ,to the school making the ('pM.. Capes, Cupeti. I with, perhaps, this( of ostrich ti'uuth.'rmthiding suft corn or .'..II UK! This should 1 bo

,jzi. country. Some do their part in one There is no disposition to bully or largest sale per capita. This is just There is something awful romantic the steel< 1 frames, are fitting accompaniment tried, us it is inexpensive, and i is said
lines of work and others serve brow-beat oneVI wish to to the inconsistently! not to inflame "r even irritate thu sur-
Jfor get
more
any a rough outline of the plan which will about, The long folds make formytiry
1 a cape. .
5 in different ways. :Many of us! have not I I the willing, hearty and enthusiastic :I I he developed in the state director's of- and tho concealing yet rev'aling chosen wardrobe" of I the Summer Girl i-'Mindiiijr,' ti' .iii.- in.km.i .

ifSyet: realized the true conditions con-I support of the dealers and the general' lice and full details of which will be lines, suggestions of slec-ves I Her knitting bag, too, i is made of I If y-iiir' \\ p ihw.I til's high het-ls site
I I / w.ll .
,
. i i.r'nin'j I I" Kind d know of this
. Some who public. If have love for I ,'h iffnn though th'
honting us. you any your sent to till of the schools. uppial, to the love of alvonturw in or Georgette crepe
x. ',laelier": that tri." to evade military,.country; if you have tiny desire to lie I In making known this generous of- nil of us. This year the ciipe has returned work she i i.s doing real I enough. I II I lei Adv' ( I HO)

}t ity are not awake to the fact that j i of service in this Titanic struggle between 1 for in prizes by Mr. Archibald, state to its! own. There are military big hhade-bat, guaranteed 1 not to k''plb

hk Die; who attempt to keep out of the the ideas of Brute Force and 1 Director Griggs stated that tholl"rhIII" -. with all the swagger of material <- sun off, is of I transparent' hoi" .

nfl, when th.', In-long. in the first I It Wl'ht'rindpll'lI.\ the aimpost and which have already begun work cjijii there practical hair. Altogether, ..h,' is deligh'' ful.i Awwifh DEADLY POISCNS5FOR '

are not the only "slackers." easiest way to give some tangible/: evidence will lose none of the effort that they inu-ic. / and flags;with sensible arc' collars 11 ml u charming ligitfo in our "jim,1111',,, i
: Inking that this duty of such sentiment desire is to Idinrge capes ; I
possibly or
have* already made during the cam- little affairs of [>nm>rnmn. II
4 Id be of., service lac-I observe nil the rules und regulations, nil; I here are crafty i I
a pan my I 'paign, but they will be given jredit f(.r -
]linings.
;., dit. ever thu'iich, I would have j, and to respond to all the requests, of nil of the sales or purchases that they I tiinthi.atui i with.- citpH bewitching un' draped I un one SIIlrll'I nide, ,I A ;New; Idea Aprons i

f ',. triad to U" "ine other person un- the Food Administration, and to do all I have made before this offer was put H the : < i I
{. U. I lIlt t I i a net ki'-he I <-ve "'''vi', aeh j.'t't'd' This Kronumy Apron( ) 'M I SALE BY
'Il -ke i the work. you can to induce others to .I') the like. forward. I dai k .
I I inside out, "i
; the long pointed end math Me" to lit' worn or "
'rf
ly way J, w win 11; SON
I To abide the rules amounts &
\.ave beard that as u rule those .' by merely I Details of the plan wilt ,e announced r'''.'- II over the wrl' t. Somi-times they front. It is "built for speed" 'nn-K "'1'1.<. Central I I si ."
No lIre.Sl1tlfkI'
inconvenience. is in danger
! have tried to discharge/, the duties to one in bulletins issued to the schools, an"its in the front with a ,...It. itnd I pned in the doing I of the thuu-.utd, anil ;, II.OItlDA.

$!'. position become very unpopu- i I I of starvation, or any other serious many of which have already closed l n.il 1 leeves coming through the long I Ihilt" '.nl' thing necoHHary t I.. the women
' 051': have never specially counted result, from their observance( even if 1 I is hr and ---- --- -
their sessions for the spring term but I IThiy whose first thought country
'!ii' but like most men I do I I we should see no wheat until the 'I "
ity ap.prciate
those which do not open again until are practical, too, for no many tvhoHfmotto is "service.
the good 1 will and l confidence end! of the war. When millions of late summer will have ample opportunity -

'hi o : :Ifellows. So far as I know I do I French, British Italian, and other allied ] : to win one of these_ valuable ---
soldiers have died in this cause, 'I work. Dod.ion's Liver Tone straightens .
'&. .. the ill will of any one in this prices.: CALOMEL SALIVATESAND
} where I was born and where Ilive4 and other millions of civilians in those The will be invested immediately YOU SICK you right up and you feel great
I money
most of time and where I countries have been destroyed, and I und MAKES Give it to the children because it -
:.( my in War Savings Stamps/
th. past 22 yearn I have gainjt now when many thousands of our own' will have an added value when they it perfectly harmless and does not OLDEST

dad little reputation I have as nV young men are standing ready to make ure turned over to the winiiers. Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts ifri po. (10-4 H ) E.5TA811.511f'f)
I have desire toMgood the supreme sacrifice, if need be, it is' -
; "' : will of my fellow citi-! well nigh impossible to comprehend the Drives Out Malaria, Builds, Up System Like Dynamite SK.NTKV-GO.:; ; IN FlORIDA

'w' iay law practice. I hope that attitude of any American citizen who :I Tbe Out.Stnjflnfi t nerat utrpnirtheninir tonic.fiKOVK Your Liver. ', ., __,_7
I evade chili "u: will disregard seek to or TASTHI.KSS ,
1_ lot* neither, though! I fully teabtI oppose, I lniin..nri<:hnlhrl>lool..u'lliiU.l| !.,ipihe.Lenl. ...- I used to be no.J lonely when I waked .s1No_ _Mioo# 411.4
may suffer much loss on'obstruct any food regulation, or even A true tGOtc.( F hU Calomel loses you a day at night sleep;
botli*ceotmts. Be that as it may. so complain about such regulations as what calomel is. It's mercury quick- Hut! since father went to war I E.A. '
my Ia'1N
'' : in $
.:far at the food administration is. cone i Government has deemed proper restricting II. G. HARDING & CO. Lth
'! silver. Calomel U dangerous. It think, perhaps he has to keep
all the use of wheat and sugaras
ni d r treat '
shall endeavor to
;aUk 1 ::4.: a war measure, in order that oar Byron, Ga., April 11, 1917. crashes into sour bile like dynamite, The watch tonight; and up and down
.
and sickening Calomel he marches, marches with hill
cramping you. gun
soldiers and our allies may have merely Old] Kentucky Mfg. Co., :
: 1TLSDuty) : of the It'rchant1'fW that attacks the bones and should never be Ho then I walk in step with him the
of these food I'aducah
\' the quantity Ky. COOOTOTHC
,, LAST 0RQp
dusty of the merchant in regard make put into your system. whole night long; we had such fun
their conditions absolutely m-r- Gentlemen :
to ,tMr food administration. in a general :i I I had cholera in herd of hogs When you feel bilious, sluggish, con- Going for walks-when he was here

Way,' I* not different to the duty of I I essary. and begun feeding my the B. A.Thomas' stipated/ and all knocked out and be- and when it's cold, I wonder where

any.Oth f..citizen.: However, as food, If you think any such rule or regulation -I recently Cholera Cure and stop- lieve you ned a dose of dangerous! Perhaps ho doesn't mind the cold so MAXWELLHOUSE
dealer handle all the food onit unnecessary or useless, just remember -[ Hog
nearly I calomel Just remember that your druggist much if we're on guard together.
I
that the wheat and the ,[ ped losing my hogs at once. waslosing
way from the producer to the con- sugar sells for 50 cents a large bottleof AMELIA: JOSKPIIINK BURR.Chambtrlain' ,
i from four to five each night un-
$aiDer, a lacker" them is in you are asked to give up are to be sent -
among Doo on'lJ Liver Toru, which la entirely -
who the brunt of til I began the use of this preparation.II .
those bearing
to are
petition to do more to thwart the plansof ] vegetable and pleasant to take Tablet
*
th. this horrible world tragedy, and surely raise about 200 head of hogs per
Government than it is possible
for calomel.It .
substitute People well ofChamt..rlain'lI
is everywhere speak
and perfect
and to be without a
never expect
will die. One who year
for the citizen to do. We all your opposition
average
iv guaranteed to start your liver Tablets. If you are COFFEE
*in*:thai it U the first duty of anykrjl aspires to be a worthy citizen of the your remedy Your truly. without stirring you up Inside, and troubled with indigestion or constipation .
is looked very
that
nation
support II. G. HARDING & CO. can not ..aU..ate.Don't give them a trial. You are certain
the Hop of lover of good
mont .... ellp4'ially when at war to0beJ' every calomell I It makes to be benefiittod them
and free institutions For Sale by J. W. White & Son. of take you greatly by ASK YOUR GROCERFRm.Y.
Implicitly and promptly every or. government Starke. G-3-r lick the next day; it lose. you a >?'. -Adv. 5-3-6t.
civilized world he must
the
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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK, FLORID
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---- --- ---'- --- --- --- Mr. and plates moving to Jack"ni,
& of '
home
< the
f Mrs. I). Shaw, of Rays Mil!!, accompanied program was rendered at the auditorium ler, visited at -- ---
I - I r by her daughter: :Mrs. Griffin, for the benefit of the Raiford Mrs. J. A. Brooks Sunday. the \\licncver You Neell a ----
Starke, was I j, central
I of
l' .; two children of Valdosta, Ga., are Chnpter of the American Red Cross. fan.cn Crews, Take Oro\e Tonic'
... i jur.d ; A. II. Crew!, '
mother :Mrs. ;
I I' miring her sinter, Mrs. A. B. Surren- Mrs. Dorothy Shelly and Mrs. J. R. guest of his I The Old. Standard Gro.

iy, near here. I\ N'aunght assisted in the managementof Sunday attended the commencement I I chill Tonic is equally rah, ,,T'Stc, lie.!
who e
( County News Items I i Quite a crowd attended church at the atfair. A nice sum was taken ,' Among those in Starke were j General Tonic because it contains thi,
exercises
I will of benefit to theorganization. :
4 New Hope :Sunday in, which be great Miss Helen wellknowatonicpropcrtieso,1end ;:;:
Mr. and :Mrs. S. E. Driskell, RON. It acts on the '
Mr. D. J. Byrd, of Graham, was a The program was car- Live Dill'
I Dorothy Shelley, Malaria Enriches !!
I Nauright Mrs. out the : !
ried follows 1:10011
visitor here out as :
Saturday.
pleasant '
,i I IattareetinFacts Gathered During the Week by Our I Mr. E. M. Hazcn visited the county "I don't want to get well." Red Cross Herbert Hitch, Shepherd Moore Rosier, Dee Builds up the Whole System 60 cud

> Regular Correspondent 'I seat Tuesday.Mr. physician, Shepherd More; Red Cross Purvis, Avery Tison, Brady -

and Mrs. L. Hodges and daughter nurses, Aileen Reynolds, Nannie An- and Lacy Cason.
; \ : t :Mildred, and Ouarita Ward visited drews; wourded soldier, Herbert :Miss! Evelyn White, of Lawtey is I

., I I \, JKiBKADFOIill Lnwtey Sunday.Mr. !'Ritch' ; "I wonder whose knitting for \'isitinIr.: and :Mrs W. II. Andrewsthis e.

I j'I I ITEM'SRiadford. Lewis and mother, :Mrs E. J. Lewis, : and :Mrs. G. B. Colson and son. me," Misses Flossy Reynolds, Dora week.
I visited Mr. und Mrs. Mott, of Heil- I Bessie, were visitors to Hampton Johnson Aileen Reynolds Loca Cason Dan Johnson, of Lake Butler, passed Broken Lansss Dupl.c&t&d

I May 7.-Mr. Harry Edwards Inoun Springs, Sunday.Mr. Monday evening |V ata Reynolds, Mamie Denmark. through here Friday en route? to I Sams Day ss Reci"'d

I I t who has heen attending school : and Mrs. Elam Lewis and Miss Dr. W. MidJleton: of Hampton, I I Tableau, "Joan of Arc," Loca John- Lnwtey. weptcidiu o:: 'waroi azve--Ws\Pa,Potter
oa at Starke, returned to his home Wednesday Laura :Norman:: visited Mr. and Mrs was visitor here Tuesday evening.Mr. Johnnie Baisden, of Starke, spent
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,I, where he expects to remain for Emory Lewis, near Lawtey, Sunday. Wade Harrell, of Old Bradford son.Vocal Solo, "Keep the home fires the week-end with his grandparents -
+ 1 while. lie expects to attend school' Miss Maud: Norman visited Miss was in our burg Saturday.Miss burning" Helen Xauright. :\ and Mrs S. B. Denmark. I To Cure a Cold In One Day'

\ Gainesville. Elma Johnson last Sunday afternoon. I Mary Mott, of Hague, spent Boy :Scouts, Cecil Sapp, Jack Nau- Felix Sapp, of Alachua, is visiting I Taket.ARATIVItDROMJQuintet: 11.IQpOllt!
1 I Miss ISUnche: Andrews has been on Ellerson Kelly and B. Alvarez wentto part of last week with her sister Mrs.L. 'right, Seeber Denmark. : his friend Joe Cason, here this week. Cough IminKlnH and refund Headache money and II works It I I.JM.'hec0i4.'.

r t't'a i sick list this week but i in some bet Jacksonville last Sunday afternoonto Sowell, who was very sick with I Vocal Solo, "Lon Boy," Miss\ Doro- Brady Rosier was in Jacksonville on 1::. W. CiROVK: iiirniiti on ? ? "It>

: I at this writing. I try for work in the shipyard. I I rheumatism.Mr. thy Shelley, as Sis Hopkins i I I Thursday returning that night. --
' i, Miss Cecil H burn left Saturday for ,, :Messrs. F. II. and C. O. Mixon, of I : and Mrs. L. Harrell of Jacksonville I I Tableau, "Food Conservation," Master :Markillic Johnson has returned GOODYEAR SECOND( .

I I : where she will visit her Starke: were visitors at the home of attended the funeral of their Vesta Reynolds, Loca Johnson, Aileen from Lawtey, where he has I am now handling the -.p. ,'did j
I brother. J. E. Johnson and family Sunday. mother, Mrs J. Harrell, Sunday. I Reynolds. been visiting: friends and relatives of Goodyear seconds at t'i.-' prJ, ;

'I r ' We regret to chronicle the death of :Mrs. M. J. Fouts and- :Mrs. :Mott of Mrs. G. B. Colson is suffering from Instrumental music, selected, Avery Messrs.! W. M. Whitten and Earl quoted below. These tires .,?, ,. PI'aI.
: I our beloved friend, :tics Nancy HarI I I'I Heilbronn Springs, returned to Kai- a severe attack of tonsilitis.We Tison. Padgett spent Tuesday in Jack..on- tically as good as the high, r pricfj

I I rell, who departed! this life Friday, I; ford from their trip to Worthington are glad to report Mrs.: J. J. Reading: "Yankee Doodle and team tires, and once you have d) tM|,
;i I'I I May ::rd. She has been accustomed to Springs and Lake Butler Wednesday Morgan up and very much improved at work," Dora Johnson. ville.Avery Tison and Brady Rosier motored you will never buy other than s.tpndt j

.' I i have sinking spells and this proved too :Mrs Fouts vi it..dIrs.: J. A. Brooks this writing. Vocal Solo "Laddie in Khaki," :Mrs I over to Lake Butler Sunday af Size Plain Non-Skid Tubs
much for her strength. The remains until Thursday when she returned Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns, of :New:: Dorothy Shelley. ternoon. 30x3: $10.75 UOd \3.11)p

( 'I A I '. were laid to rest at New Hope cemetery home. River, spent Saturday and Sunday I H. W. Raiford and :Master O. G. 30x3V4 $12.75 14.7, ltu j!
) / I between the hours of 11 and 1:1 I Mrs. M. M. Crosby and children and with Mrs. Johns' mother, :Mrs. W. S. I Tableau, "Farmers and Farmeretts, : Smith were in Lake Butler Wednesday :31x $17.75: $li'iM.! I ill! I
\ 1 1 .s' i o'clock. Many relatives and friend :Mrs A. L. Jackson and children and! Nabb. I Herbert Ritch, Shepherd Moore, Helen evening SL'xH'i: : $14.00 $15i.ii.Ucl .'" tu?
1I ::: :Mamie Denmark. % $18.00 $20.
I I,, : were there to pay their last respects Mrs. :M. J. Fouts \'isitedIr.: H. H. :Mr. Dullard, of Valdosta Ga., Is Nauright :Mr. J. A. Brooks closed his store Sl'ARKE : r. !3.11
the mother and friend. Lewis this week with his sister, I Instrumental music, selected, Mrs VULCAMIM.0lihs\
I ''i' to and family Sunday.Mrs. spending Saturday night. :Mr. Brooks contem Starke, Fin.I .
J. R. ::: .
Nauright.Tableau
1 t I She leaves to mourn her loss eight: Barnard Johns visited Mrs. J. Mrs. A. B. Surrency.
\ I r, J I children five boys and three girls besides E. Johnson, Sunday. Messrs. Lester and Frazier Shaw, "Our Allies," France, Vesta -

! ; \ a host of friends. Funeral Mrs. J. F.. Johnson,. who has been a accompanied by thci" sisters, Misses I Reynolds; England Flosy Reynolds; I
\' i s '. (I'' I vices wore conducted by Rev. ser'l great sufferer of neuralgia for the I :Maude and Elmer and Ora :Melvin, Belgium, Mamie Denmark; Ireland, '

\J i\ Master Harby Andreu visited his I past two or three years, is greatly im motored to Worthington Springs Sun- Dora Johnson; Italy, Loca Cason; 'I!
, 'r' t ter here Sunday. proved. day afternoon.Mr. Japan, :Mamie Andrews; Miss Victory, When You Get Right Down To It i

" '. ,: I Mr. and :Mrs. I'. M. Barefoot and We are sorry to report Mrs Clem : Ilurbert Rouse, of New River, Helen Xauright; Food conservation,
,. in town Tuesday.The Loca Jonhson; Red Cross, Aileen Reynolds -
; was our
't little charming daulhterIiSSlnez, Crosby very \ill at this time but we
) l .,: \ t und Misses Eunice Haren and Olla I hope for her a speedy recovery. many friends of :Mr. and Mrs ; Farmers, Herbert Ritch and .1

fi . \ I 1 Ward were guests: of Mr. and :Mrs. C.I, Mrs. Tate Crosby, who has beer A. J. Griffis, of this place, regret very I Shepherd Moore. i! you cannot do better thr .

\, I, :; M. Andreu Sunday afternoon. I I1 very ill, is greatly improved. much to learn of the death of their The :Misses Reynolds Entertain li ,
i I 1'f\ i Mr. C. M. Andreu and wife attended j A large crowd attended Pentacost little son, Charles, who died come few I Misses: Flossie and Aileen Rey- Illljl make your automobile rep i, ,

,, ,' church at Miller Sunday night I church Sunday night It was held days ago Mr. Griffin wa principal of : nolds entertained a few of the youngerset understand just what 1 is i 'W.d, .
li', I \. Rev. W. F. Walters of Gainesville near Mrs. I. S. Smith's house on :Mrs. the Brooker High School last term. at the Hotel Tavoli Thursday eve- I'
, 1 I i was the guest of Mr. C. M. Andreu at 1. L. Warren's place. Teh crowd While here they made many friends ning. Avery Tison rendered several and can often save you i s.

..' I Saturday and Sunday. I IJ gathered and found the arbor had who extend their heart) felt sympathyto selections at the piano, and Jack Go- \ pensive work later on if : ,_
J I 'a) I. Mr. Mnliry Harrell was a visitor to blown down by the high wind. Ilev: them in this sad hour of affliction. I !Lois sang "Indiana" in a very pleasing /
,.1 1'. "', ( Worthirigton Saturday. Thomas spoke. G. W. Hazcn was a visitor to Starke manner. At n late hour the guests 1r lII-p"ct your car occa-ior' ""I

I'' ''I ;Mr. C'1.; Andreu, was a business I II Th'reas a pound party given at Friday. departed hating spent a very enjoyable ryl .,ire practical people -uni i ,. ,
,
I visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. I the home of Frank Thomas and family :Mr. Albert Pinholster, of lU-lmore, evening.' L "-

''I Master: llarley/ Andreu was visitor. n few nights ago. There was plentyof Clay county, spent last week-end here I Among those invited were, :MisesMamie [ onnblc prices.
I
'. to Brooker Saturday. I fruit and cake. All report a nice with relatives.Mr. : Denmark, Xannie Andrew-, f ale t We will have nnothci\

i' ,1 \11} Mrs. c. :\Andreu ,'Isited"orthllljt.-I time. I Jim Crews, of Old Bradford, was Mnzie Simmonds, Dora Johnson, Vesta 1 i' the famous ..
Brixs
I I in town business Saturday p.
\ ton Friday. I -- our on Reynolds I.oca Cason; Messrs. Jack
.
i' Mrs. E. II.: Baxter returned home HUOOKKK ITEMS: ( morning. .. Gobols, Herbert Pitch, Avery Ti
Wednesday. after a short stay with ,I :-:hel'h"I'dIoorc: Tate Denmark ,.
h ;; ;
--'TI-;
Brooker May 7. Master Dogan .
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:\ her daughter at Brooker. I H / Brad- Rosier Leaston Johnson and
!Mr. T. n. Edwards, accompanied l>y :Mnbb spent Saturday and Sunday in I others. ,

,j I his biotherH! J. V. and George Edwards Starke with his father I.ir.. W. S. I Hampton May 8.-.Rev. L. A. Rawls :New ArrivaU Briscoe Sales & Service CompanySTARKE

v. rc visitors to Brooker Wednesday. I. :Nabb. spent Sunday with his family at Lake A daughter was brfrn to :Mr. and

:Mc'ssis. Harley, Lucian and Marvin : Butler. : :Mrs.V. :\. Hollingsworth, :May 5th. '

!Mr. George Edwards, of Ellington: Ilnxen, Carl Lewis and John 1'inhol- I I Miss Maggie Maxwell left Wednesday 'I :Mr. and Mrs. Mack Addison welcomed I'I'I FLORIDA

..AA1 is visiting his brother this week. I I ster spent Sunday afternoon at Worthington for Gainesville, where she if the the arrival! of a girl, May 1.

Mr. C. It. Newsom and family visited Springs; guest of friends.! I Bondfire Party

Mrs. Newsom'a mother Tuesday.Mr. !i Mrs. E. B. Andreu, Sr. and son,, I I i :Mrs. Minnie Weathersbee of Anthony i :Mrs. I ...-.--.--.
Jacksonville I Ray, 'last week in Jacksonville,, Dorothy Shelley an.1.Iis.: Helen
: Leo Itarrcll and wife, of : spent was the guest 0: relatives here
attended I the funeral of his '. guests of relatives.Mr. I during the week. : Naurip-ht entertained a few of their; I .N'MH..y .wS H '!.! $"H-1.i+yM<$+W"W..WN,$>>H.... . . ..,
and :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and 'friends Monday evening from 8 to( JO.
mother. is low at (,I daughter Inez, accompanied by Misses I III'liddJeton: :M. J. Green and, After the guests' arrived they marched I :
Mrs. Ned Thompson very
motored Jacksonville I
this writing.Mr. I I I Eunice: Ilazen and UI Ward, attended K. M. King. to out in the woods where a tiny':'r (HARD WEAR i
Tuesday.A I bonfire was built. The evening I
a W. :M. Ilnrrell and children were church at :Miller Sunday night.Mr. interesting meeting of tho wa
visitors to Worthington Sunday aft : John Pinholster spent Friday in most spent in roasting' marshmallows, poI I s
Sunshine Society was held Monday i
Jacksonville.Messrs. tatoes and peanuts. About 11 o'clock I -
ernoon. R. D. Taylor and Luard evening.Mrs. (the guests' went buck to town afterhaving : "Hard Wear" .
naturally itself when
!Mr. S C. Andreu visited Worthing- :Montn Chichlow of Jacksonville suggests you :
Holbrook of Worthington Springs; a very enjoyable evening. :
s ton Sunday E. I think of Hardware.
is visiting her father, W. \Personals ,
passed through Sunday aft :
burg
our Hutcherson who has been quite ill for : "Hard Wear"
is what
:Mr. article
\\OKTIIIG1 NEWS NOTES ernoon. Alfonso Jones, who has been you expect to give any :
the week is much better at
t I I :Mr. and :\Irs. :M. Matheny: at- past .but attending' the South Carolina College I : bought at a hardware store.

; Worthington, :May (;i.-:Mr. R. II. tended church at Miller Sunday night. I this W.writing G. Seals was a business itor ''of Pharmacy his has returned home tospend I Ii : And that's just what we GUARANTEE from every ::

Ioberts and family:\ Miss Mycele Dicks I ac-companied i at Lawtey Tuesday. i vacation. Mr. Jones was a : article bought of
:Miss :Mabel McKinney graduate nf that us.
by college this
t-rts and Mrs. Adams attended churchat I W. II. Griffin Mesdames! SE'alllIirl: year. :
ardisunday.:; I I of Louise passed through our town dloton and Alexander motored to I Mr. Walter Graham, who has l been : Our edge tools are made of the finest tempered steel :

f The many friends of little Miss! ,, Sunday afternoon. I, Starke Tuesday' afternoon. employed in the postoffice at Stuart, I Ii : Wooden articles are of the and suitable
strongest most
Messrs. Koland Anderson and Louis has returned home. I :
y I : J.orene'are are glad to see her out I The B. Y. P. U. of Theressa, gave a i I : timber. S
: i again after her illness. I Thomas, of Cooter Pond, accompanied box Saturday evening for the Misses Dora and Loca Johnson were :

: Mr. Kirkland Lamb, of Gainesville, by Misses Elizabeth Low and Mumio benefit supper of the Hampton branch Amer (In Lake Butler Friday.Mr. i In short, we sell you hardware that we GUARA\ :

I visited his parents here Sunday. ', Scott, of Alachua, were the guests of ican Red Cross which was well patronized j. n. Howling, of Jacksomille, TEE to stand HARD WEAR.

!; Mrs. B. M. Leverett left Sunday Miss: Inez Aberntley Friday afternoon and netted $;5.25. Rev. McGuire ; visited his family here Sunday 2 Anything from :
afternoon for J'lIlntka where they will :Mr. S. V. Anderson spent Monday in pastor of the Christian church Dradv l Rosier spent Saturday in a tack to a tractor. :
t
make their future homy. Their many Starke. here kindly canceled his appointmentand Lake Butler and Miller.I LOWEST S
J :Messrs. L. Gainey and L. T. Surren- :\ ,PRICES
'r friends regretted very much to see with many of his congregation, I < Dorothy Shelley and Miss Helen t :
"I'uMii' leave and wish them much suc- fv and son, Earl, attended church at Nauright spent Thursday in ..T.ickconville. '
motored to Therptsa to lend n helping -
1: I !' Miller Sunday night. hnnd to tho occasion. The kindnessr"id i DEWITT C. JONES I

I M I'. .F. Iamb left Friday after- Mr. Guy Pinliolstr-r was a visitor to cooperation of the peopl of Thore' I Mr. .T. C. Jones, of Perry, came i

: DI. Newhorry, where she was Stnrke Sunday afternoon. "'a is appreciated more than words down Saturday and, in visiting nt the .
: I i.i the .bedside of Ker little MrH., C. Richard, of Starke, was can << ,I home or hi ,- r."th.'r.lnlaw11's.i : S.1.; I Starke Fla.ENLIST.
,
nttci dniK tu business here Saturday. I express.J. !
:\r"1 il!
Chatmnn. Their .
Hilly;
c 'Hi milk
lost valuable cow .
!itti.,< (;''"o' a I lint-tell nf Od! Brad' Allen R- '. ". I. , . "r-l.t ;,;, <.... 0. . . . . . .
.J i end.' wh i him a speedy re- Wednesday nw' ninA' she fall'.tii: ? deadin Hipditfill I ; ,! !his: re.ilnlrJ' ; : .. ., rt4 . .
fort" \\is: in our town Saturdaynflnr.. the Int :with 111 i"i.>: ""ppaie tt. : ' i I 'it t n.,. TII,
I d! ;.Milun'iry: icioty< held i'i n.Mr. i 'A regular cnnprn; ;<'','un" "ef irnmp- < ''mi-- 1 R. .. ir ic.ii,. ,,1[..]11,, ,.. i ,In
? I.i ,, ini" elmty\ at the M. E.i ( ]llii *'W< .V1of,' Santafoi', was ton Lodge N,. 12i: F. & A. :\. will he ';i't, ' ;' -" ,< '.It n ii'dnj' r..I! 'r.

i ',i' ,'r' ;. afternoon This son in mfr t"'wi" itm" 'ay jiftcinoon. held this evening c< mmcneing at 8 M. r. :y.: T iiit.h: R'H. w...>....... '
,il.! . 'at( work in Our) :M >\ in I ;sirE.. S. Gniney and Ib! ,.. : $
: i cornMr o'clock. b. I i. -? and L n - ,
j Ih'h' tLa,1.mw7
,
I.
i H, 'i of I :err/ -?; ipi-it Sunday hero : "' .J
: Guest of the British sped !F v in IPi tinfr
villi Mi: ,h'd, I ;Mr-. II. p. (;Jaimy.Mi : Capt. army ? lookirtr ovrr
,
+y' 1 r. II. I RIUMi.nd: family, of near honored, us with a short address! Tues- the: r',I.t.) crop in that section. -I I
W. the blck list
' Fri- : < I 11.) M.izen i U on
et'uat"r'.1 <1\ r to our city
whit.v..itin for train ,
afternoon Ovid
Bi-ojks
day of
Jacksonville
'I. tcrnuon, this week: hut w hope her a speedyrecovery. spent I
to Lake Citv. While the invitation the week-end' with his
parents, :Mr. I
; j M >r. ,J. M. llniriM i made a business I he
Mr. mid Mr" H. S. Warren of Clay- was unexpected to Cnpt. Guest, and Mr: J. A. Brooks. !
Lake Butler
afternoon
p, s trip ly Saturday held tho audience spell-bound fortwelve ; R. H. Weaver
i no, were in our burg Wednesday aft- and Elias Westerwere !
minutes in a r.ital nf his experiences in S.ijip Wednesday afternoon.
:Miners Jessie! Roberts and Efflo i-rnoon. ,
o S in France. We thank the Mr.. Jo--nhino.
Croft and :Mr. T. C. ( hll line, of Lake A supper was !given at the home of Sapp attended the Fo-
I I'ed: Cross workers of Sturki for their funeral of the late Mrs. Economy
'M Butler, were visitors here Saturday ;Mr.( and Mrs. L. T. Sunvncy Wednesday Mary Harrellat
i ufti-rnoon. night in honor of their son, Earl, assistance'in haying him with us. I Ala hat Sunday.

; This neighborhood is quite busy getting who celebrated, his fourteenth birthday Bro. Rawls will fill his regular appointment C. li.: Cn>on spent a part of I last Beginning June let our business will be run o,' ,
1 at the Baptist church Sun- week in .Tnfkoonville. I strictly Cah Basis.
ready for Irish potato dinging. ",
t J : Jam Ware, who has Leon Rna I I(1'. be "A Call to Sc'\'ice-\re YouA : market in the an advantage to wellas
Andrews
"; ,.. visiting lends and relatives at Ellis- pawed through. here Saturday morn- building for customers as
Slacker? The public is cordially tote ourselves since it
inlr.I summer enables
J \ iIIe, returned home Sunday afternoon. us to give better serviceat
; t Mrs Dr. G.; H. Carefoot and son I :Mr. II. C. Clemens spent Saturday in invited to attend. :Miss Delia Bielling, of Lake Butler, better prices.
,. Charlie, will leave Tuesday for Atlanta Alnrhun. Town Marshal B. J. Johns attended spent Saturday: with Mr. and Mrs. J. The universal

..i ,, 1 t, I Ga., where they will visit relay :Mr. L. Morgan was a business visitor court at Starke during the week. A. Brooks and family. and need and call for Economy by '
) \ tires to Starke Tuesday The knitting class of the Red Cross Mr. an,! :Mrs. E. D. Futch spent our government, along' all lines makes it duty to

.k\ Mr. R. R. Roberts and family,, I Grandma Stephens of Alachun meets regularly at the work room i Saturday in Lawtey the guests of Mr handle all business in the best our
land and
t. , Misses Russia Ware and Elsie Harrison spent part of last week with her every Tuesday afternoon and the Mrs.: ( L. H. Futch. most economical

.; .. motored over to Lake Butler Sun- ( daughter, :Mrs. Leila Godwin, near sewing class Thursday.Rev. James E. Dowling has resigned! his GooTnl; this r have adopted the Cash System.

, day afternoon.Mr. Ii here J. Mulady Wednesday aft- position with his brother, S. T. DowlinA' delivered as usual and collected for
I R.: H. and l E.: E. Robert made aI :Many of our citizens attended court ernoon for Jacksonville on business for and has gone to Jacksonville, as delivered Do not order
business trip *< 1 Raiford, Friday at Sfnrke this week. the State. where he is employed at the shipyards to without being Prepared
l I Roberts & Harrison have their I Mr. and :Mrs. K. H. Andreu, Sr., attended Mrs. Mella Priest has purchased anew pay as the goods will not be left.

,t- 1 grader all ready for work Those potato church at :Miller Sunday night. :Monroe automobile, from our former Mr. Shepard Moore and Misses Economy is the wise man's slogan and with it

F; v who are interested in this work call on I Mrs. 1'. M.. Barefoot and daughter, townsman L. J. Wynn. I \csta Reynolds and :Mami Denmark we'll win the war.

them.I. I Inez spent Saturday in Alachua. motored over to Lnwtey Sunday af- Your
F. Lamb proprietor of the hotel : A card! wa received here by rela LIBERTY I.O.DOXD OVER. ternoon.Mr. co-operation and patronage is alwaws up-

t 1 .." Is making quite an improvement on tives of Sam Ward. stating that he had SUBSCRIBED: : AT KAIFORD : and :Mr. W. M.: Whitten were preciated.

I Park hotel, and bath rooms. Come arrived safely in .France. :'oIl'. Ward in Madison Thursday with their
over and take a swim. i is one of Rrooker's boys and he has Raiford, May 6.-The Liberty Bondsof daughter, Perla, who is attending the Quigley Lumber
R. T. Taylor has moved the post I many friends here who are glad to the Third Liberty Loan were over- Florida Normal Institute at that & Supply Company
office to his drug store on Main street., \learn of his safe arrival "Over there." subscribed by $300. The quota for place.

.1\ The many friends of :Mr. J. J. Cox :Mr. John Shriver wa a business visItor Raiford was $5,300 and $;). ;00 were Miss' Ada Roberts of Jacksonville, Starke Florida.Ill.

are glad to see him out again after to Jacksonville Thursday. !subscribed. Several speeches were was the guest of :III'. and Mrs S. A. .
,, his illness. Mr. John :Mott Worthington, was made during the campaign which Bryan Sunday.Little .
-- -- transacting business here Saturday helped a great deal. Miss Marine Browning, of

r RISING( NEWS ITEMS: morning. Entertainment Given For Benefit Red I I.awtey, is visiting Mr. and Mrs W S. $ ma ---. '4$
Mr. A. B. Surrency', of Pine Hill, Crows Valencia. --

Rising- May- 7.-Mr. and Mrs. Jell was in our burg Saturday afternoon. A very patriotic and entertaining Miss Myrtice Roberts, of Lake But-








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