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 17, 1918
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Lake Butleer, :May 15. The The board met in regular; session I 1'1\'\
commencement Washington D. C.,
DRIVE excercises off the Luke SUNDAYIN ;May 7th. with Messrs. T. B. I'inhol- fpstor \
BEGINS IN THE :May la, iai8.
Butler High School will begin with I J. E. Douglas und 1 J. C. ;McR.iv. ,
;Mrs. Itohu :McMillan.Sturke : t
the recital of the music class on Friday present.
evening May 17th and will be Flu. Minutes I of last! meeting read and
NEXT MONDAY followed by the baccalaureate sermon DRYCOLUMNPROHIBITIONIST I )Deeply regret to inform you that STARKEHAD I I I iinprovt'il. as road. i \

which will be preached at the school I it is officially reported that Private l i On motion the I board refused the
Willi .1. Jones, Fi'hlrtill.'r ', died of commit- ',
auditorium by Rev L. A. Ruwls at ) i roiiii-Nt| t state cnmpnign r
RADFORD COUNTY'S QUOTA eleven o'clock Sunday morning. FORCES I May pili, from wounds l received I in ac ROBBED STORES AT i| 1 toe's icqnoi-t 1, to appropriate t,

I On Monday t'vening.Iuy! 20th, the lion In-Ip .L'finv" the expense t in curryingout
IGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS High School play, "The :Masonic Ring" WON BY 704 MAJORITY I McCAIN, Adjutant General.: WALDO. HAMPTON.. LAWTEY i >aid cnnipiiign for the adoption '
will be presented at the school audi- This I In"i icf message brought the sad' I i of the ton amendment to the ; '
of the death of her brother ARRESTED:: ; ON SUSPICION: : UKIM I'
)MMITTEE.S HAVE BEEN AP- torium. This is a farce comedy which HAD WEATHER 1I1 lHmEU01'- news \\'il-I constitution.The l

POINTED TO WORK IN will play about one hour and forty TING NO DISTUUANCESAT : lie J. Jones, to Mrs. :McMillan: :llol1llllY.1, : ; 'SLACKER: OFFICERS board ordered" the Superintend- ]

EVERY; ,; STRICT minutes and will be given by the pu- POLLS :Mr. Jont'.s was nearing hill\ (.E: I' A (PKIZI-: ont to have :Saxon:; school house built j'

pils of the twelfth grade assisted by'' j birthday, and 1 previous to his! enlistment ut once.. i
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Organization of the different com- members of the eleventh and tenth. Jacksonville, May 15..-Prohibition i had lived l in Starke practically Sunday morning at the station The \board refused, to rescind their i

ttees over the county to work in The play centers about a young man swept the county in the wet or dry I all of his life He was a son of Mr. Chief Kite Haw 1"tl'ulIl'e negruhanging Cornier resolution relative: to graduates .

nncction with the lied Cross driver and his college bride who has come to election yesterday. With nine coun- and Mrs. Jeff Jones. around the depot, und, thinking touching in schools where they i

$100,000,000 during the week May live with him in his home with an old try precincts yet to be heard from the I Mr. Jones enlisted in the service that the negro' might! bo a Blacker attended.

27, have been completed and every- ; maid sister. The various complications drys won by a majority of 704. 1 twenty months ago. Ho was sent to and. III order to make him give an account On request of State Superintendent 1

ng Is in readiness for the drive togin that arise over the efforts of Twenty-seven out of thirty-six precincts Columbus O., for training; from ( of himself, the otlicvr placedthe Shouts, the county board agreedto : !

on the above date. Committeese the old maid sister to keep her uncle's reported last night gave the which point hi was sent to the :Mexican negro under arrest. Ho gave hit pay the xpnss xf its mmbrs If

; been formed in each district oft cousin's grandfather's sister's broth drys 3,075 and the wets 2,371. If all border during the invasion of name us Ernest Brown and protest: to pity tilt expenses' of its members

county Chairman N. T. Ritch and er's sword, that had been presentedto of the remaining ballots should be wet Mexico by (;('(1. Pershing's forces. his innocence of any wrongdoing but who attended. the convention to lx

istants having been busily engag- their family by noble King Edward, the final result would not be changed.The He remained on border duty until war in company of Deputy Sheriff ISuis- held I in Gainesville! Fin., in :May, 9th I
for the past several weeks in this out of the hands of her sister-in-law returns received of eight of the was declared with Germany and aftera den he was taken out to the colored 10th. llth. |'

ry necessary work. together with the efforts of the young country precincts last evening were short stay at a New Jersey camp, waiting' room for search The board ordered, that Miss Crosby

radford county's quota is $8,000 bride to make it appear to her young not official. The total cast in the city I was sent abroad with the artillery Among the first things taken from have her pay in full due her from i''
d it is confidently expected she will husband, who is slightly jealous, that was 4,279. units. He was among the first to go his pockets was u long wallet containing Johnstown. 'I'j

over the top. She must. The Redss she is still corresponding: with several Of .his number J.384 were Against across. many valuublcs, but the negro, Tho returns from the various \

is at this very minute relieving young men, give the play plenty of the I nalc of liquor and 1,865 were in Besides his sister, !Mrs. McMillan: seeing he was fairly caught, did not special tax districts were canvassed |
and suffering of wounded of near relatives in Starke there are, wait for( the officers finish I
6 pain color. There is room for serious favor the sale of liquor. to their and the following were declared tru.s-
erican soldier boys, and no one thought as well of lots of laughter The total registered and qualifiedvote Mrs. Lizzie Hollingsworth: Mrs. W. search and made n lush for the door. tees und u levy of three mills dooturod. J
that the list M.: Mrs. Theo Tison, Mrs. Taking down the
knows but next casuality throughout the entire evening. of the city was 5,292.! : The total Bryan railroad truck the L ?
Will carry the name of some boy who The cast of characters follows Situs Cite, Newn and Dave Jones IIl'grshow.1 the best speed that ho
: vote cast in the county, counting both _. __. No. 3 Stnrko--O. L. Peek, L. C.
rent from Bradford county. Will you, Roderick York J. E. Maines. was cuptiblo of, with officers in hot
the official and unofficial figures, was :'ollKrlOF: : ; COUNTY ('() I\IIS-! Powell anti J. C. Poppell.No. .
1 by not giving to this cause: perhaps Mrs. Roderick York, Winnie Town- 5,4 l i0.> Thin will probably be increased pursuit. Leaving Deputy Buimlen to : -I 1 Lonj.Britlgl'H.. f' Renfroo<< ,
f some Bradford county boy from send.Miss by three or four hundred votes when : SHiNERS continue the chase tin tout Chief Kite S. C. Crews and .1. Adkins.. i

living the proper medical utton- : Pace York Anna Lee. the final returns are in. commandeered an automobile ut the No. ti i Providence J. Beilling, I D. I
supplies, the little comforts thatt .Madam York, Bessie Kennedy.Miss The size of the vote cast was affect !Monday May Cth, 191H. the Boardof station und went in the direction of J. H.inlin anti W. L. Blair.
BO much with the wounded? DeLancey Jones, deaf old ed County Commissioners was culled the fleeing negro Tho olllcers caught
by the weather. The voting was No. 10 Vanderbilt-F. M. Norman
great organization is carrying on maid, Ada Register.Fair rather brisk in the early part of the to order by Chairman S. 1'. !Dowling up with him in the thicket beyond the R. M. Alvarez and W. F. Hurnngp. !':
rid-wide work of relieving the with all members II. cunning factory and drought him back
brother, the detective, Hughes The which
day. storm, broke at about No. 11 raham--Chf'Rlt.y Fogg O. '.
solders both and of n, J. L. Underhill R. J. Andrews and completed the scurtli ,
ded[ ours our Register.: May after whichhe a
1 p. m. and continued I for the balance Donisen) and R. C. Sruwford. "
as well as keeping the life : York and J. J. Blackwrldcr.Minutes was placed in the county jail.Friday .
Fred Hall, cousin toIrs. ,
of the day hindered' the plans of both No. 12 New River-.1. J. Coleson, (1.1v. !. H
in hundreds of thousands of of last meeting rend and night of lust week the
Walter Cobb. mercantile
sides the But
to get out vote. for Andrews and S. D. Cason.Nn. .
and children in Europe whose of Fre,1HIIII. approved.The establishment of A. ,\. Diirden
n Miss Flossie Winn fond that reason the drys declare they n: J\1i.lwlly-lt. R. Taylor, J. O.
s are in ashes, their husbands, Margaret Loughry. would have rolled a larger major- monthly. allowance of :Mrs. of Hampton, way gurgltiri/.ed, und, in W. Dennison and, R. C. Crawford. I r*

and brothers engaged in this Tildie, little girl who visits the ity than they did Around the polls in Breeze raised I from $7.00 to $10.00( per company with Sheriff Kppn-.son: lupu.ty No. Iii IIl'ilbrII-N.( ( I D. (:r'n. t tII.W h i)
c conflict, or nerhaos. have al- Yorks quite a bit. !Myrtle Collin month. Huisdcn, went to the scene Saturday ;
every ward there were a number of Reddish und .I. L. Purmenter. '
4y gth;; -ir lives; that others The music class under Miss Parsons women workers who did good service. J. (I. Williams was placed upon pauper I niiirning. On examining the No. 17 Bout Drain-E.: !Moore, F. M. i f'

t live in peace and safety. These will give their recital Wednes- They also drove automobiles to bring roll and, ordered paid $2.I>0 per tracks nt the .point where entrance Coloinun and 11. :M. Grilfis.! ,I j

ail on America to keep the life in day evening, May 22nd, which recital voters to the polls from all parts of month. I was mole, into the store, it was noted No. IK I Hrookor-. 1'. (ia lwy, A. 'II

|. bodies until the day comes when will of course, end the work of theYl'a. the city. There were yin disturbances Petition, nlcd 1 asking an increase in the thief had on sluit-H whit won A. Mohan, und J. J. Morgan.No. .

might again take up the task of ... nt l any of the voting placesPolice( ] tho monthly allowance of Addii Sil- !! l'rlcJ.'dlel'os:! the loot tum ami the I :L'O() n..rtlt-II.. II. Williams, C. 11
.llding their nation. The Red I :Misses Kathryn ruthcirnmrectal, men and deputy sheriffs were stationed cox. Upon motion petition laid over heel of one was worn down to whuro C. Dniibrrly, and John Crew

I is the only organization thut Whitworth will give at all the city ward polling; places until next moi-ting of bOllr
the power to do this work and to jointly on Tuesday evening May 2'lrd: nnd deputy. sheriffs were on duty l nt Petition signed by N. 11. Stokes and the und. Taylor and S. H. :'oInor'. )

led s Cross we -.hould give freely) nt eight od ork. Miss Harrison's pupils the ,polling( places, in the county. others asking for change of boundary Whil.'II"I'ying i t a the negro t to tin- No. :'ji:I Lake (Ilullor- P. M. Padgett, :
Ing that our money could never in expression will give their recdtnl line of election district No. -I. Upon jail Deputy llaJHilen, noted, (hut I the '
I II.I .I. Stewart ami I .L IIain..s.: u ,,
given to a more nobler cause. together with the pupil of Miss itt, J. O. Jones motion' petition laid over until nextm.tilljC shoes the prisoner wore were making No. :21 I Jolinstiiwn' .Henry VurniS (* '
n't hesitate over the amount you Whitworth the primary principal. ,! :Night Marshal. Shelton Hull L. R. ofJollI..I.\ the same marks liS tho trucks showed and S. I. Grillls.; [((j.X: .
when the committee calls on which wll be around ;Mr. DuriliMi's ..tOI" '. On being
the events
,give This is one :Moore, H. T. Tillis. laid {
Tlu unlinj"h..1JU"iIIl'RS\ over No. :LTi l.awl"II1': J. Terry( W. F. ls'iiidwin
4S'Give every penny you can pos- looked forward to with a great deal of Treasurer J. R. Chnstlan.Officers' from last meeting of tho board was uc-fiised "f taking |port in ( : and A. II. llnrley.
'f spareyou cannot give too pleasure by the parents of the little received and rat this rohliory, the negro nnnio denial
report of follows
as : J.
taken up and disposed No ;!ThomiiH; I D. Penrce( A. A.
ones who make up both classes but ferred to finance committee.Mr. Petition signed. by A. A. (Dunten) hut u little third degree, work bruiight Douglass und S. (I'. Crews.

w-assist the.,(> committees Bpeuk- especially those of the primary grades. : Dell made request! that the people and iilhers asking the \board to refund the confession that he" was the guilty No. :'JH.iff! 1 U. (I'. Lewis. ..J.V.. t ij;
'dates have been arranged over of :Mrs. C. F. Rivers will and agreed to the ollicers
The pupils! of Lake Butler, Fla., observe the i"O: ) paid by the hope. Hall Institution party curry, Lewis. and. I IJ.; Cnnninghani. > .j l '
Go and hear these speak- in this recital. Her to Hampton where the '
ounty. also be included flag n certain hour each day, and that for expenses Im'urr.1Jy 1 \ u swamp near I No. ::10 "Five Mile' 1'.1. Dukes, P. I IP.
}They have a message that will ," little fellows of the second grade are all traffic be ceased and all male perSons them in the change made in publicriuul stolen goods, weru hidden. On arriving I Dekle und. 41..1.: Roberts.' \ ]t I
a ta bearing on every' person in for the most part exceptional pupils remove their hats for one minute and I building bridge. across! nt the spot, the oflicors uncovered the\ -
ford county. Following is the I and will make a good showing.The as being practiced in many adjoining stream designated us Doubln Run. entire lot of goodtf, consisting of eighteen COLORED) :: SELECTS:;; ; LEAVE':
r ary for the week: commenneement exercises will second tho pairs! of .shoes two Stetson and.
cities This matter was discussedand Upon motion and application -
,rice, Monday) night, ;May: 20th, he givrn in the school auditorium Fri agreed upon. but for the lack of refused. two Panama hats. and| t'n bolts of Wednesday afternoon u group of

o'clock P. m., at school house I ,day. eVl'ninpIay: : 21th but the program signals the matter was defered for The application for the appointment cloth with u total value of $I21L90.
.' Ice Butler. Tuesday night, ;May will not he given: out at this future action. of to represent Bradford Saturday night tho store of ThudoMooro Tuskoiroo Alu., where they
at 8 o'clock p. m., in public park time. County ut next State' Fair. upon motion Co., of I.awtey, was entered, will go into training for inechnnionlengineers.
anther suitable. These exercises will mark the last Bills examined and paid as follows: the next uiil $.'i 1250 worth (if goods ktolen. Those men were called I
21st 1\1.: T. Tillis, draying, $((5.35; J. II. same laid over until The methods I the thief of their
ampton, Tuesday night May of the work done in this communityby meeting of board., employed by for special duty on ,a
hall. until after the Scarborough, lumber, cement and labor like those used in rob- in mechanics. They will bo
( O'clock p. m., at public Prof. S. A. Draper Board refused to ro-imburse F. M. wore so near aptitude
Biford, Tuesday night, May 21st, war Is over. Notwithstanding: the fact $31.70; G. V. Phillips, scavenger Rivets for the $175.00 stolen from him ling the store at Hampton that the placed, in this institute! for u thorough .

.8 o'clock p. m., at school rouse. that it was reported by the school allowance, $2.00; Arthur Jackson, at the State fair officers were convinced that this tiegro course of training in the

wtey, Wednesday night, :May board in the report of its proceedingson drnying. $.25; The Times, publishing Petition asking for a change in the was guilty of this. crime also and branches they show the most proficiency a

at 8 o'clock p. m., at school a certain date of last year that :Mr. minutes, $2.00V.; D. Daily, work onstreets rond leading from Luke Butler IK was forced to make u reluctant in, and when this Is completed 1.
$2.80' ; The: II. &W. B. Drew public confession the the different brunches J
.jge. Draper would be allowed to remain to that ho was guilty pur- will he placed in -
said change
to Waldo, com-
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[The public is cordially invited andd through this term, there seems to be Company, registration book, $3.35; mon"at T. D. Dyads und to run weston :yHe told the officers where the of service '

to attend these public meetings, a strong desire on the part of the peo- Lake Butler Drug Company, chemicalsfor v.-ction line about one half of a !goods could be found and they werurecovered The men composing this. !group A
will be hut he is fire extinguisher, $2.25; Strlck- in their entirety. Eleven Thomas Long Dosuo, Avery
unless we are slackers we ple for him to remain, resigning mile, thence northwest about 250 were 4HitnkerHon
re. to enter other work not removed land & Ball, nails $1.51 ; T. P. Regis- road. Same pairs of shoes were found in Jim Dell, Elijah: Smith. tRi
> .U back to quid public
tKher speaking dates and places from school work, but in a tr>r. com. $I lfiS0; II. O. Brown, tax re- yar being recommended. by Commissioner a strawberry refrigerator\ box on the : < hard McGill Amos Williams. t arranged for during the com- different field Mr. Draper's resigns imbursment $l.AO; Lake Butler Bank, motion and second, said depot platform in Starko, and two Recently ('apt. Edward: Anderson, J
Fftveek. VVf are at the crisis inWar tion has not reached the trustees but tax reimbursment, .1(1.00( ; II. R. New- May. upon granted.Tli" tells, three boxes of silk hose, US II. K. H., in charge of the state headquarters

and every person through ." it is a known fact that it will be tendered some<< bridge work and hauling, $ : .- charge following was communication pre- yards of Bilk cloth and twenty pairsof for the draft, issued, n cull .1

_, veins run American blood in a very few days. sent'd' to the !board lIiA'ned.y! J. CJ. shoes were found hidden' near un for young negro men to go to this in- I
Id'put his shoulder to the wheel ;Minutes of ('ouncil1f'l'tinlC: C. F. RIVERS, Clerk. nick und .T2: other citizens and tax old turpentine still nt Luwtey. stitute. It offered, them Iin opportunity '

'o. hU bit. City council met in regular session :Mr. Leonard Wells is in charge ofa r, of District No. a: Palestine, The negro confessed that he was of securing special training in various -

.t - May 1, 1918, with the following: members new restaurant-in the/ store formerly pny rl'adlnjas follows: We the undersignti from Tumpu and was j.' ..lackonvilJo trades" instead of entering the

RX ENLARGES: PLANT present. A. C. Strickland occupied by Mr. L. C. Smith, the tax wish to say to the and the probabilities are that army. ij i }
r9 -- Mayor, W. J. Townsend in the chair. baker. Leonard .it an old Lake Butler Honorable Board of County Commissionis he robbed, l every town that he could Thi.4 cull was not very productive( ius

rust Stern and sons have enlarg- I It. E.: Dell Chas. II. Register, J. W. boy and has experience in the busi that we are pleased with the on his way. It was learned that some the preliminary educational requirements 1

Ir plant on their farm east of Jones J. II. Scarboriugh. a* was laid out for the survey f ,res at Waldo hud l born entered, urn : seem to have been u littto

adding a ;20-horse! engine and :Minutes of last meeting: read approved ness.We regret very much to lose our our Hon. John J. Blackwelder- and !goods stolen and it i thought h" was ton severe The same cull now extends 1
other improvements. They lunging around Sturko Sunday '. to those of less education, an 1
and adopted.Communication old 1 friend Baker L. C. Smith, who we wish the road to stl,11I1I designated. t
prepared to grind corn andrecent of Lake Butler has accepted, a position with tho Keystone After being considered by the the purpose of looking: the town over I' moro are now taking advantage of: t

A addition was a shin- Bank as laid over from last meeting Bakery at Gainesville. !May he board upon motion and second, tho und picking out a store to rob Sunday this opportunity.IN .
hine and they are turning out taken up. :Motion that said bank meet with much success in his new approved. night. COUNTY"jTMGE'S ( .1 1
antites of shingles for localE >1)1' 'reimbursed $::16.00 on city taxes, home. sam"The was board adjourned until the first The sheriff's office and Chief Kite ; : COI'RT!

met with second and carried.It Mrs. W. R. Wood and daughter. Monday\ in June, 191K. have earned the commendation of ou.- Monday in county judtro's court the

COUNTY CAMI'.tIGN was ordered that II. C. Brownbe :Misses Audry Marguerite:: of Su- W. T. WEEKS.: Citizens by the prompt manner<< In case of J. It. Glenn; vs Henry Sherman -

paid $1.80 over assessment. vnnnah, Ga., are visiting her eister, Clerk and AuditorvILBCAT i which the stolen), goods were recovered colored was tried twice, this
ad- Petition from the Woman's Club :Mrs E. W. Hayes --- .-- and in placing the negro where he .
announcements were jury failing to agree In both trials.
now taking that the cemetery be improvd :Mr. C. f' Hoover and IIln. Cyrus! \ WItF.KJnTOIt! CAR do no more pilfering. for ninnyyaads.
announcement with
Ithe Sherman was charged taking I nungnn
Telegraph's and that steps he taken to improvethe were in Lake Butler this week. !Mr. : He will be held for the fall '
I%'last week too late for special health condition of the Hoover is of the Hoover Bros. of While on their way from Waldo to term of orcui'. court. belonging to Glenn from
male of their entry inmpaign. general Chnse's I blurksmith, shop where ho hail.
i to be A. G. Seay
work :
This Starke who stand Stark Saturday.Ics..r
considered. photographers, Heeon,1
ity- read and of Waldo, had the IMPROVEMENTS: : s'riiS; : COMPLETED curried it for repairs, carrying :
'icing under headway the chair appointed to none in their line of business. and T- Henley, I
well known homo and using it without Glenn'sp'rmssion. ,
Reynolds. a the the following committee, at Last Monday night :Mr. Jet Todd 1 1I unusual experience of having the
of --- Sherman denied stealingthe
and turpentine operator his canwr he' same time empowering: them tfl and Miss Onie Aldrich were Joined in motor ear in which they were ridingthrown The plate glass front of J. M. Alvarez' wagon, stating he hud repaired it I
section announces colliding
track by
i commissioner of dis5. employ surveyor and secure materialo the holy bonds of matrimony by notary from the distance store on Cull street has be'ncompleted at the shop anti hud. taken it home t<) '
county Committee as I public Chas. II. Register, nt his ( with a huge wheat a
improve cemetery. and with the improvements ,
This makes a three-cor- hold until Glenn: paid for the repairs) 'j
ce in this district If. D. :May: I follows: J. H. Scarborough, A. C. residence. May happiness amt proi belnw Hampton.could not understand on the interior this store presents a ho hud. put on it. As the repairs madoon .
> of ;Strickland, Chas. H. Register.No perity attend this young cOllllp.T. / These men spick and not equal hat
and J. J. :Morgan to commit suicidein spun appearance the wagon were not like Glenn ,
apton, report from standing O. Plunkett, farm products n..entfor why 'he cat chose stores in this of the '
other candidates. special would ed in many part ordered ho refused to pitY for thtwork j
the and prefer'hnm
the Southern and G. S. & F lines, thus manner, The windows,
'ommittee. state. now a
comes curry and Sherman declined to let him
:Moore 'If Thoressa another method in the
of school Annual petition from the qualified was in town today listing farm pro taking line of !gents furnishings displayed: in have the wagon until he received his
didate for m'mber the wheels of the
the following the for sale bulletin which fut'irfor, when
district No. '?. I r.Ioore: voters, asking that ,1'lct"' for cat the car left the a manner any expert in the art ofwindow pay. To get posession of the wagon
.or the official ballot. issued week by the Southern nr -truck the
citizen who takes a names be placed on every the ditch both dressing: might well ropy. Glenn brought the case to court but r
gressive :May 28, 1918. were "nilway System and several! Hio'ismt rrih and landed in the window
matters. 'o be balloted on With arrival of suitable in both trials the jury couM not .
rest in all public .. serious injury by jump-
sent from the different ,i"n escaping
copies are racks :Mr. Graham will have
week n follows: a displaythat reach n decision in the matter. Thus
of the present .
lopment thdrawal of lion. W. G. Seals I :Mayor, A. C. Strickland- Council -nints. where the market agents are rr 9-f'thp. seeming car.Af'i' assistance. from a will! tempt any man to part with case will como up again fur a hearing;
ino. Tien J.V.. Jones. J. L. Douglass FSI. t"H. which i' St. Lonwi, Ci""innnt- the his cash in order to possvis the desired Saturday.,
K .race for representative field inlup Rivers J. E. :Maines J. II. Scar : Washington and Atlanta. Through:: crew of section hands in J placing! article in men's uppurel. :Mr. -V >I
| 1. This leaves the the rails :Messrs. Seay
Green who 'wr<>ujlh. Io.s system of marketing farmers who I car hack upon to Alvarez handles men's furnishings almost went of Mrs. C. A. Knight's U i now-
A. their
R. journey
to Prof. C. F. for sale the South- land I Henley resumed
nomineee Clerk and Tax Assessor have products on exclusively and the quality of displaying the late-it line of Indies'
the with
becomes i bringing the cat
rally Starke
not beon I\"rs. rn Railway lines are placed in direct good- ii. never questioned when it is. hats and furnishings! In the large
law his name will S. :M. Carver. A. E. communication with buyers in the ter. I He placed on display and was
Tax Collector, in known they were purchased at Plata glass window, dressed under
the primary
the ballot for the largest ever seen
where the pronounced
itories adjacent to points! ,
him because Proctor, T. P. Register. store the able supervision< of Mrs. Knight.
nation going: : to Marshal-: C. V. Phillips. C. W. Hew- market agents are located this section.
ct that he bar no opposition.



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r I i. i;! r. 1It ] ctfl on the wane, it is their purpose construct with fresh elements their ._.. .., :;. -.... ..:!_<'
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I if.I the invaders. recent big offensive, they are 1
I I Week's Summary of the War hh keeping up intense bombardments
against various sectors in Flanders 1 The .s.FoodAdmjnistratjon \\Ii
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and I'i ard They have become
1' y ,..n.aiuii.. i i.. -. n m -J Resumption of Big General Offensive! 4 )
embroiled with the French in heavy
f' ." FRIDAY I halted before Amiens early in April Still Expected artillery duels in Champagne and in writes, urging that we help iII: !

.J 0 i Allies Halt dormant and Recapture and came to a definite pause on its Germany's resumption of the gigantic the Vosges mountains. I t them bring to the attention
I .. I Ground; on Front in Flanders right flank before a barrier of the offensive against the allies on the Nowhere on -any part of the line the im- loj
r : I The allied defense on the Flanders Flanders hills just as the month of west front has not yet materialized.In from the North sea to the Swiss fron- I,, of our customers I

. I \ \ front to the southwest of Ypres has May was opening. various sectors there have been tier has there been any Infantry en- portance of saving wheat. II
j I been tested by the Germans, and has Ever since the costly defeat of local operations which have no bearing gagements of great Importance. Near 111 I
; been found adequate. Two divisionsof General von Arnim's army in its des- on the situation as a whole. But :Morlandcourt, south of Albert, the "
I Teutonic troops were employed on a perate assault on the front southwestof along the entire front there is a quiet Germans delivered an attack againstthe Use Calumet

I'I relatively short front, and were sent Ypres nearly two weeks ago, the that might be encouraging, were it British on a front of nearly a ill illIII
t l r: into the fight under cover of a terific beginning of a new effort by th eene not for the fact that the Germans are mile, and at one point penetrated a
1! I artillery fire. The front chosen for my either here or on some other front known to be moving up men and materials British position. The Australians ina I
\ the attack extended from the village has been looked for daily. Possiblythe for a new move in the mighty counterattack almost immediately a Baking Powder

{ of I.aCIytte to Voormezeele, but the 0 Germans have been waiting/ for drive launched March 21. recaptured the ground, and the enemy I III'
Field Marshal llaig's makes
center of the assault seems to have some allied counter-blow. If this was report suffered heavy losses.
rI 'i 1 ; been at Vierstrant, a hamlet northeast the case they must have been disappointed special note of activity by the German A similar operation was attempted I with Corn and Other Coarse
I : 1 of Kemmel hill. by the waiting attitude of artillery north of Serre. This little against the French on Hill 44, the And will have
t Flours.
'; I General Foch, which it is felt now will town: is situated behind the Teutonic scene of many previous bloody encounters III you I
The flank of the German attacking lines north of Albert, and makes the satisfactory wholesome NI II
I compel the enemy to reveal his further in the Kemmel sector. Unof- ,
line were stopped short by fire from purposes. as time is one! of the things apex of a triangle, the base of whichis ficial accounts say the enemy gaineda results.Calumet.
I1' ;' I 1 the French and British artillery he cannot afford to squander with the the line between Hebutterne and foothold on the rugged slopes, but 1
I 1 V 1 ill \ which was able to enfilade the Ger. American forces now rapidly swellingthe Buequoy.For that the French were pressing them ) ''
/. man regiments as they tried to ad formidable numbers. several weeks military experts Baking Powder -
vance. In the center, however the hard.North 1J.lli 1J.lliI
f 0 have been watching developments in
of In Flanders the
Robecq ,
I 0 If, as is considered certain, the Germans -
R : Germans made serious dent
quite a I this particular region, because it is British took the initiative into their
# : ; in the allied line. Wednesday have employed such time as I three ;I
njrht, they have felt impelled to spend in the logical point from which the Germans own hands, and in an attack infflicted saves ways :
.l I the alles drove forward in
a be to launch ,
may expected a I:casualties on the and captured
building up the machinery for a new enemy Ei
/ counter-attack f
" and the latest
reports great turning movement against the On Amiens the when it.
4fr from Field Marshal attack on probably an even greater prisoners. the sector You save you buy
llaig are to the Arras sector The Germans centered
11 scale than before, it is equally sure French carried out a similar maneuver when it. 11
effect that the line has been establish. their fiercest drives on Hebutterne You save you use
with like results. Wherever the
that the allied armies under their unified -
early April.
They save
' i command have not neglected to j Germans essayed a stroke, except
I have lost II
l, There is very heavily. employ the interval in making every failed to advance further and laterlost near Morlanvcourt and Hill 44, they used with. True economy
i : heavy artillery a constant fire rumbling of preparation possible to rrect the German ground to the allies at this point. met with almost instant repulese at 1 in Cost- in Use-in Time.
along the Somme I The country to the west of Hebu- the hands of the allies.
4 I front, but here the British have again blow. terne is quite hilly, with
I improved their Every day given evidence of the many Although the Germans everywhereare q and Use It
position by local at. ridges, which afford admirable defensive remaining in comparative quiet The Army Navy
tacks. alertness of the allied forces. Numerous
positions. To the north and northwest except for artillery work, it is real- "' }
On the southern sectors of the minor operations have been ; however, the country is moderately ,
liftm o ized behind the allied lines that this Wheatyo-;; I
I l. Somme salient, as well as in Lorraine undertaken> the various to improve fronts and their their positionson artil. level, with long: underlating state of affairs will not last long for I ID Save All the
and other sectors further south, there ridges which might be stormed deadily the enemy is known to be preparing
,f have been no noteworthy combats. lery fire has been directed to equally by heavy masses of troops. methodically for a resumption of hostilities Can and Help Our Allies IN
!good purpose in breaking up the organizing -
city of Ameina being systemati. Field Marshal Haig mentions, too,
h ies continue very active in the Asia efforts of the enemy. Airplane considerable artillery fire to the north When the blow is to be delivered Jl' "
raids without number in which
go basin region on the Italian front. the of Kemmel, but this has been a regIon apparently Is beyond the realm even WAR-TIME
The official report from Home tell of superiority the Entente air where the cannon of both sides i
I of surmise, but It is highly probablethat
forces been
has shown have
1 enemy troops being "hampered" by clearly have been roaring for weeks.
it will not come until the enemyis
, A' the allied fire. served the same end, besides being The southern portion of the British Book
fully prepared in every way to give Recipe
notable of valuable] infor
1 ,v i The city of Ameins bein systematically mation. productive front has also been under heavy fire mighty battle to gain his objectivethe IWO
destroyed by German artillery from the enemy guns and this may separating of the British and Free-send for it today III
in spite of the fact that there is no Betteruients on the allied position indicate that the Germans are getting French armies and then opening of a 11I1
military value since the allies have reported yesterday included an advance ready for a new eort to reach Am- fair way to the channel ports.In "I!
constructed, new lines of communiica- by the French on the Flanders iens. 0 the Italian theater considerable Calumet Baking Powder Co.
I. tion outside of the city. The venerable front, in the neighborhood of Locre, On the rest of the western front the fighting continues around Monte Corno ijl I
cathedral, one of the finest in Eu- where the approaches on Mont Rogue, reports tell nothing of interest as regaling which commands the approach to 4100 Fillmore St. Chicago, Illinois I
one of the bulwarks of the allied line,
rope. Is reported to have been struck the true situation. the valley leading from Trent to Ro-
f i . by hells and to be in peril of destruc have thereby been made more secure. Since the Italians captured Mont

r Far to the south of the Somme. on Corno on Saturday morning, the Austrians !'re-newed I === ..::::::.-, --==- J
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the southerely side of the Mont- : -
great have tried in vain to regain -
Lloyd-George ministry has won ground captured by Gen. Diaz's forces = =
idier sailient, French troops likewise this commanding peak south of Asia-I I
/ vindication in the British parliament last week, but the Italians have successfully -
at a time when defeat would have carved a slice out of German-held territory go, but have been met by stern re- I| warded off every blow.
near Orvillers-Sorel, '
seven .
sistance.In At-I
meant a government crisis. A motion i tempts by the invaders to reach
by former Premier Asquith asking for miles southwest of Montdidier.As Mosopotamia the British forces ian positions on several other sectors I Ii
t' the appontment of a special commit a compliment to both these operations have progressed further up the Ti- jof I the front also met with
I there were numerous successful gris, and have captured Kirkut.
tee to investigate sensational charges pursuing |The British weekly casualty
i made by Major General Frederick B. raids, notably one by the French the Turks for twenty miles to I sued Tuesday gives further
in the north of Grivesnes,
the northward. The British now are
+ Maurice, published earlier in the week, the sanguinary character of w lB
win defeated by a vote of 29U: to 106. southeast of Ameins, near the point sixty miles east of the ancient city ing that has been going on since I i
While Mr. Asquith disavowed any where General Petain's troops made of Mosul, the site of the ancient city March 21. The latest list aggregates 'I 1 '
a notable advance aa the result of a of Ninevah and the crossing of numerous I CHAMBER
intent to put the present government 4112! of which number /501 offic'rsI
oral attack Thursday, and another
j f to n crucial test it was felt that with 0 caravan routes and 5.01men; were killed or died of
y an adverse vote the Lloyd-George cabinet along the line southeast of MontdidierTho : Emperior Charles of Austria, accompanied wounds. The report ,of last", week SI
i British carried out profitable by his foreign minister and U \ TABlrTS
would! have resigned.KCrIfltltlY. showed 40,00 casualties, after that of
1 I raiding operations near the westter- military leaders, has called on Em- I the previous weeks of 120.:507: men k
ly end of the Lys sailient in )Flanders.]
( perior William. The report of the I killed, wounded 01 missing.

I I I.IH'al Fighting Hat tlef Alone rout*Reported, on o o Germany's; Indications postion lire multiplying in the East that is plete meeting accord"nays in that their\ there discussion.was of"com-the I j Them in the has-itreetof been considerable Moscow between fighting is just what: you need, madam. Many

I' causing her unneasiness. She is reported present and future relations of the THIS
I 1 ": While the naval arm of the entente to have made ,additional demands countries. Bolshevik troop* and anarchists and who were troubled with indigestion, a
IBM aecounts the hostilities were
I nations was busy on the Belgian roust Russia which said to at
on are The Ukrainians are said to be
,1,h \" I .,, yeitr-rday the military forces wore engaged have effected sensibly the sentimentof cool toward the new government very set .still in -progress.Optician- -- .. - sallow, muddy skin, indicating biliousness and

in local fighting in the Ypres the Bolhheviki. up by the Germans in that country habitual constipation have been cured
and Somme sectors. The French made
In the Ukraine the situation is> even while the Lithuanians are demanding
,, I a notable advance, at Grivcsnes: where more distrubing to the Germans, ac- the absolute independence of their testedJACKSONVILLE. by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using

they took the north part of the town. : ding to current dispatches, which announce country ,with a monarch chosen from .*,.
I' Along the front to the north there i a growing anti-German sentiment neutral state, instead of a German these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.Now .
1 were scattering engagements. notably] because of the repressive meas- prince. which has been said to be the I Broken L.rv**. Duplicated
i at Avelhy] wood, north of Albert] were ures of the Teutons. To meet this program/: there. 'I: I Same Day as Rtexvcd they are cheerful and happy and relish their
1 : : I WtSerialize Hail I Orders-W P
the contending armies are striving for on e. >y Postat
I I additional German being
troops are If,
I4O W rORSYTH er meals. them.
1 strategic ground. There were also sent to the disturbed regions, the WEDNESDAY Try They only cost a quarter.Chamberlain's .
small operations" > in the Kemmel hill) Western front -/en being drawn I To Cure a Cold In One Day.
:. t front, southwest of Ypres. Big Guns Alone Show Activity on theCotinh
upon for calvary, patches announce. Take t.AXATICR: BROMO Qui DID" It slope
Western Front sad -worka off the Cold. Tablets
and Headache
There have been the usual local engagements Troops of the new national army of Uranium, reltiiMl nionew it it fails to cure.
j between patrols> <>n the the United States paraded through While the Germans continue to re H. W. OHOVKsi: alvusu.r. oo encU bo:. 30r

Italian and Macedonia" fronts, but London on Saturday, three battalions h. -

':, 3 nothing approaching a general engagement of them to the plaudits of large _ -: ...:..... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ..... _
aS t has been fought. crowds and the compliments of King - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. - -
I Pope Benedict has set aside June 29 George.
S I f as n day to be observed in the Catholic N. T. RITCH, Pre. W. T WEEKS, Vice-Pre J. H. RITCH, Casiher kle+

i : churches of the world as a day for MONDAY
prayers that peace may be restored Gt'rmanrtillt'ry \cthe-Italianll

t', to the world. 0 Taking OffensiveThe Bradford BankESTABLISHED
.(, German submarine operations from (German armies in Flanders] and County
' the harbor of Ostend, lleltfium, have Picardy are still inactive. Except for
: been seriously hampered for a time, i if: their artillery wings, which are car-
S'. ; not rendered impossible by a during rying out bombardments on various 1889 S
I rniii made on the harbor by the British sectors, they are doing little work
1 r Friday morning. An official statement anywhere. Bradford County's Financial StrongholdSTARKE I.

f I issued by the British. admiralty Evidently; the enemy is not yet prepared FLORIDAEXPERIENCE
!rt' S says the channel lending out of the in- to test his strength against the ,
i nor harbor has been completely blocked reinforced lines. of the allies althoughit
by the hulk of the old crusier Vin- is. dill expected that the day is. not
;J ... e dictve, whch was munuvered into position far distant when he again will try to
IP" under heavy fire and then sunk break through. :Meanwhile the Hriti -
s. ''1 S by bombs. It appears, hos everthat i i.tI end French armies are letting no
there is some doubt that the" entire opportunity pass to peck at the Germans -
kg g I channel that theessel is. blocked] lies, one nt an report angle saying and where particularly" the enemy vulnerable.front is.Northof considered : When you hunt for efticiency in a workman you choose one who has had EXPERIENCE.

f dom not absolutely interrupt the use Kemmel the French have' recovered You should use the same care in choosing a depository for your savings.

". .I:! of the fairway.The another slice of territory in a The success achieved by this bank is the direct result of its experience in the
" German official statement concerning sharp fight In which they came Into banking
the raid says the attempt was I hand to hand combat with the Ger business.We .

J' u failure and that the hulk of the old mans. '' T"* have learned not only how to handle money to earn an income, but
cruiser lies outside of the navigation! The Germans endeavored to offset more important -
I channel. This report may he compared this Advantage by an attack against CUSTOMERS.Your .

._I I to the one i issued on April 24. the French northwest of Orvillers- money deposited in this bank not only works for you day and night but
a which claimed" no damage on Zee- Sorel but the defenders' turned their to our experience it is SAFE. owing
I ,
" brtijfgc, which claimed damage was artillery on the enemy and.l succesfully :
r .1'; I done to the Mole or the harbor. withstood the attack, inflicting Safety deposit boxes for rent for safe-keeping your valuable papers.
If Ostend and Zeebruarge "
are removed heavy casualties. i
: ,.\ ns ports from which the German Considerable! .
activity is in
'I ' U-b..>ats may be operated, the Germans the Italian thoatre. Between Asingn. /: Condensed statement of the condition at close of business Dec. 31st, 1917.,

.s apparently will be compelled to and the Hrrnta river on the northern I G.
! i withdraw their submersibles to their front the Italians have stormed Aus- RESOURCES
J r.. \ home ports. In this connection it is trian positions at Col Dell Orso' and LIABILITIES
: interesting" to note that a week ago destroyed the garrison in hand to Loans and Discounts $43.924.96 J
r.t it was announced that the greatest hand. fighting. At several other points United States and Municipal Bonds 14.347.00 Capital Stock paid in $2500000 c
mine field known to naval operations along the northern front the Italians Surplus fund 10:500:00: :
) t'1 had been planted in the North sea to have worsted the enemy" in engagements Claims and Other R urces. 16,J 86.98 Undivided pre/it, leis
; combat the submarine. It officially I House Furniture expenses paid 1.680.40
: 'r was evidently started with Inten- Banking ud FIXtures 19,500.00
stated that the area of this mine tion of rectifying the line. The Austrian AU other Real Estate owned 7,237.61 Deposits 390,841.93 J
I field would be 121,782 square miles] emporior, accompanied by his
and that it would be completed by foreign minister has paid a visit to O\ler-drafu, secured and unsecured 337.68

o; May 15. the Italian front. I! Cash on Hand and in Banks 223.8 J 18.10 J
The taking of the initiative into '

SUNDAY their own hands apparently augurs TOTAL $428,022.33 TOTAL .
Allies Waiting for Germans to Resume well for the moral of the Italians! '' $428,022.33WE

I Attack and it la l not Improbable that, with
Another week has passed without a the mows in the mountain passes SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ON OUR MERITS.
/ ; renewal of the Germans of the offensive I having melted -and the I I WE INVITE INVESTIGATION

that they began March 21, which having; melted and the spring fresh-1 t]

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News of Florida I' I
in Suort:
Thercssa- May 13.-Rev. J. :Mulludy,
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Live State News.I 1 I church at the Christian CLOSING OUT

I Mr. G. !M. Bennett, IIn employe of

Sffmmtmmm Told by Our Exchanges. the w'eck-cnd' here with his family.

11. M. Woodard, of Starke, was a I
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pleasant visitor here Sunday.
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h I Miss Florence Hull returned homea
The Manatee Bank, which recently Wednesday, during a fit of despond- few days ago from a delightful vlt..itI
losed its doors, has paid its deposiors ency as the result of recent strokeof with relatives in and around Waldo. SALE lv.!

| in full. paralysis, dying instantly.One I :Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger, of Wal

do, were visitors hero Sunday, the
North Chamber of Conrerce
hundred and ten Greek sponge guests of :Mrs. Geiger's parents, Mr.
is bending an effort to secqrbna boats which went to Tarpon Springs Mrs. Mat Hall J ,

of the concrete shipbuilding plants to celebrate the Greek Easter are being Mr. S. B. Woodard left one day last

for St. Andrews. held pending an interpretation of week for Jacksonville where he has

There were 20 Floridians who comieted tho Seaman's Act relating to the departure secured employment at the shipyards.Mr. POSITIVELY GOING OUT OF BUSINESS J1Y

of vessels unless manned by II. L. Tillis- of Starke, was a I
the the
course at third officers'raining
naturalized citi ens. The Industry here
sponge pleasant Sunday.
camp, at Camp Jackson, S. which employs about two Mr. J. J. Collins and daughter, Commencing Saturday May 11 th 1918

thousand Greeks, is practically para Edith and Myrel, of Lake Side, were I ,

lyzed. in our burg Sunday afternoon. .
St. Cloud has organized a vigilance Mr. A. L. Bennett, formerly of this I will offer item of $3000 stockin
ommittee.. the purpose of which i is Tent evangelistic meetings held in place but more recently of Jacksonville every my

spot pro-Germans( and disloyal colored town by Rev. Carl Klaus, a was a visitor here the last of
mericans. German alien enemy, were broken up the week. Lawtey Fla. (next door to bank) !
The first passenger train to arrive for good in ;Miami Friday afternoon, Mrs. Fred Cloversettle and children, ,
Moore Haven and the first train to by the United States department of of near Broowlyn, attended church

|tep in the Everglades arrived in' justice, when Klaus was summarily here Sunday.Mrs. .

oore Haven Monday night. arrested by Deputy United States Cribbs nnd chil !Marshal Louis A. Allen. The religion spent the week-end here with rel
The sale of 10,880 acres of Ever taught at the meeting is said to be of atives.A .
Lade land on the Miami canal, twen- the holly roller variety- members of
nice rain would be much appreciated -
miles from Miami, for a great Rus which sect are opposed to war. by the farmers of this section.. AT COST
ian colonization has been
K. B. Woodard, a son of Mr. and
nfirmed. His hand clasping his 22 rifle, the Mrs. S. B. Woodard, who has been

body of Harold Knapp, tenyearoldson for the past seven months at Larkins,
An electric planer, which was in- of ;Mr. and Mrs Harold Knapp of and other points, is home ogam.; lie

|ented by James Blood Kood of Jack. Fort Lauderdale, was found dead at has taken charge of his father's farm, 'f. ,
nville, is proving to be a com mer- his home with a bullet hole throughhis while he is employed at the shipyards.Mr. ,

al success in the ship building busi. temple. It is believed that he had Joe Shaw, of Lake Side. has '.'

ess. jumped from a chair which was standing accepted a position in the shipyardsat I<'
nearby, with the gun in his hands, Jacksonville.Mr. 4.p

Robert Whitehead a thirteen year and that in this way it was accidentally Wallace Mills, of Starke, wasa .

Fort Pierce lad has just recently discharged. late visitor here Saturday night
And cost in this instance big
med over to the local Red Cross WORTHINGTON ITEMS night. means a sav-

ork rooms a khaki wool sweater Mr. J. W. Batten was a visitor to
all who attend this sale for I have
hick he knitted from start to finish. I Hampton Saturday. ing to ,
Worthington, C.
May 13.-Mr. E. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ross, of lIamp-
I The people of Miami have failed Steveson, of Jacksonville. was trans- I ton were visitors Sunday at the home added practically no new goods since the'f
acting business here the latter
convince the war department thate partof of Mrs. Ross' father, Mr. McEwen-
commerce of that port was large week. Lake Side. tremendous advance in prices last July.
Mr. Kirkland Lamb (
ough, to justify a twenty-five foot passed through: Miss Maude McEwen, of Lake Side, /

rbor. our Jacksonville city Saturday morning enrouteto is visiting her sister, !Mrs. L. D. Ross, Space will not permit an itemized list with

of Hampton, for a while.
[Jacksonville liquor dealers are play- Mrs. R. B. Roberts and son, Wes- Mr. I). Brlstow, of Larkins. was a but stock consists of Goods
ley !Misses quotations Dry
Susie Dowling and Elsie
g one of their last cards by appeal' pleasant visitor here the last of the ,
Harrison, motored to Lake Butler
kg to the supreme court for an inaction week
Friday afternoon. Notions Hardware Hats and
to stop the people of Duval Mr. Alva Reddish of Waldo, made Clothing
!Miss Russia Wane in
unty from holding a wet and dry spent Friday his usual visit here Sunday.Mr. .
ction. Lake The Butler visiting friends relatives. G. M. Bennett and son, Arthur, things that are sure to advance from 25
many of Mrs N. E.
returned to Jacksonville Sunday.
{Mrs. M. Singer; of Lake Butler, who Taylor are glad to see her out on -- per cent to 100 per cent in next 6 months.
visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Sobol at porch again, and hope she will continue NOTICEAt

tinesville, had a narrow escape : Mr.improving fast. rrftlnr mpptintr of the Hoard of CommiftHionira .
Johnny Roberts and of
hey were out riding: and by some held nt the court house Monday
son the car turned turtle and was Wind field were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. May ftth. HUH tho folluwmit named pcmonawiro To merchants needing store fixtures I v
:\\1. Dickert from Friday till Sunday.Mrs. MpunlntiMJ UK msneger and clerks of theprom.r
mpletely wrecked. Luckily none of ,. rlielion to be held Juno 4th, 191ft In
G. W. S. Ware went to Lake the vi-rnl election dlHtrictH of until eOlont,.:
|e passengers were injured. Butler Friday! afternoon, where she No. 1. I..",...,.. w. M. Kuilillnir It. K. Ih.,..InIf have
r. I'mlKPlt manager and L.. If futehClrrli. .
was called to the bedside of her
( Tuesday morning: E. E. Osteen came .
daughter, Mrs. W. M. Overstreet, No.2. Lake Butler.' Htnrr Roo<,nbur.;. F.
Gainesville that he had and shot surrendered Les. Leggett, stnt-in who was seriously ill. We wish her a M.Wilson Rlv.-""clirk.No K.. W !Miller manager and Mack 1 Iron Safe with steel cash {

hand with a charge of small bird speedy recovery.Mr. :a, 1'ni..silne. W. II N.-ltlm. W M. 125 00
T. E. Chastain, of Lake Butler, MnnnJ. H !Mattox. miiniiiti and I). W., .t
ot. He gave; bond and went on his William*, elirkNo vault (Carey) .
was transacting business here last .
ty till the term of court. 4. Provlili-nci. John A. nouirliwui. J. RHrnokH
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. M A. ltnckwt! >lifr, rnanatfrn and

Simmons of Arcadia who on last and Mrs. E. C. Roberts will John W.K. Keene Hrooker, elirkNn A.. ft. Surraney. A. BShnw 8-foot Floor Show Cases
cember accidentlly killed Leon leave here Wednesday to return to E. n. Anilrvu, manager an,! L. VHrnwn 2
their home in Alachua. Mr. W. M.; clnrkNo 35 00
and cashier of the DeSoto Nation- .
a. Slnrkp' T. N. Kvndrlek J. M. Brown.In
I bank by striking; him with his fist, Farris and baby will also return to I. '. F I'. Shutter, mannicvm and J. L I'erk Bevel plate tops each
murder. The home fti California. Their many clerk ,
|s today acquitted of Nn. 7. Mnrnuton. T. M. Ifniran. C. H Allen
was out only twenty minutes. friends regret very much to see the W. R MiUillfton, manairem and P K Johns,
day come when they are to leave as clerk
friend while here. No. S. rtnifor.1 W. C. Whitti-n. H I). An.Irpwti 4-foot Floor Show Case
While engaged; in fishing in Bisyne they gained many W. I. ttiibtrta. manager* and R II.weaver ,
:Mr. Roberts and wife will return to clerk 20 00
Saturday, J. \V Frow, aged
bay Worthington in December. No W, Worthlnittuli Sub Duke*. S. W DuIKIHI. -
t a fisherman, was struck by an air- .. C. A. Scat''f. manager 1"II.. C I',** Bevel plate top .
;Mr. R. T. and
Taylor family lii. clirkNu
ne of the naval aviation station at re'I'I .
turned home Saturday. They 10. New River. H F. Ri-nfrnv. Will AnilriUH
ami and died a few hours laterm It. A. Andrew, manaitera anil J. KAdkinH

.. his injuries. been few visiting days. relatives in Alachua fora No II.. clnrk.raham. I). J. flyrd. C. II. Robert. 1 pair A A

- !Mrs. E. Cochran and daughter. Jim Grov... manager and D. J. WaHd.n. 100
[$. A. Lynch of Jacksonville has eli-rk
mplcted elaborate plans for the con- Mary Francis, visited friends near No. 12. Theressa. M. J. Green R. M. King.La scales .
Miller last week. rhlthim. manager. and G. W. Vinson.clerk. ,
uction of a new theatre to cost .
I !Mr. R. D. Taylor left for Jacksonville .
25,000 on the Ocean and Forsyth W T WEEKS ClerkFOOD
Saturday, where he will enlist in - --- -
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which he holds I
treet property, un- Also 2 etc."I
lease. i the army. He has gone to fight; for
er 24-year
f a his country. lie will be missed very 'WILL WIN

r Chief Quartermaster Richard C. ,, much here. Extension Lan-
Mr. !Mrs C. II. Harrison and TIm
['McCalla: student aviator, was burn- and !.If"
led to death Saturday at Pensacola, Elsie Harrison motored to Providence : WAR );'

find George I. Henderson, chief quar and, Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. and !'

rmaster and aviation student was Messrs. Sherod Driggers and Dan ..,. ...;..-- terns
Jly burned when their airplane fell Johnson, of Lake Butler, were visitors

l Santa Rosa Island. here Saturday evening.
4, Miss Clarke, of Jacksonville, is the I
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a direct fall of about 500 feet guest at the hotel this week. Sale will continue until
er the motor of their airplane had SAMPSON\ NEWS NOTES:
ed to work, Second Lieutenant Wen

(vine E. Sullivan, of Richmond Va., Sampson. May 14.-Misi Violet Keep
Private Calvin E. Cronk of Seat- in Palatka
Chapman spent Tuesday is sold
'I Wash, of the U. S. ;Marine Corps, with friend: I 1 Do not allow the everything

killed at the Curtiss aviationat Miss Ethel Raulerson returned to poisons of undigested
food to accumulate in
Miami Tuesday afternoon. her home Monday, after a pleasant your bowels, where they
visit with relatives in Starke. I are absorbed into your
vo naval aviators in a state of cx-:: Smith is rela-
Mr. Kirby visiting system. 1 Indigestion
tion, after remaining; afloat with vos in Hawthorne this week stipation, headache, bad STRICTLY CASH. POSITIVELY

damaged; hydroplane 35 miles Mrs J. W Edwards! and little son, blood, and numerous
[the coast of ;Miami, wore rescued J. W. Jr. spent a few days of last other troubles are bound
I* coast steamship which brought; week with their relatives, !Mr. and to follow. Keep your ''f
had been system clean, as thous-
here Friday. They without ;\Irs. S. J. IVoscott. ands of others do, by NO GOODS CHARGED
'floating; plane 18 hours Messrs. J. E. Futch, George; Livingston :- p taking an occasional dose 1

or water. and George Massey, passed of the old, reliable,
Reading dj.b'ut already too through; our burg Friday touring the p etable, family liver
death to be able tell who she county' in the interest of Food Ad. cine.

I or whence she had come, an un- ministration.Mr. .
Jesse Odgen was a visitor her Thedford'sBlackDraught
n white woman, who appeared
nearly 90 years of age, Friday.
Lieut. York, of the police detment Mrs George Stone and Miss Florence -

Tampa, died before the po- Walker of Graham, were guests; H. C. PEACE
ambulance arrived to convey her ot Miss Violet Chapman ,

[ hospital Saturday morning;. to Mrs.Starke Mary one day Watkins last weekMr. wa. a visitor

vo criminals escapedthe : II. J. Smith, U. S piling inspector Mrs. W. P. Pickle, of
Orlando some spent the week-end here Rising Fawn,Oa., writes:
county jail at "We have used Thed
Beans and Irish potatoes an 'n
during: last Wednesday night made ford's black-Draught as
are the same two that heat up move now. A shipment wa a family medicine. My 1
few weeks and after from here Friday.Mr. mother-in-law could not
[jailor a ago;
E. F. Hardee and Guy Prescott take calomel as it seemed
(Ing him in a cell took gun;
| left town in the early evening; made a business trip to Starke Satur too strong for her, so she Mercantile Co.
caught day used black-Draught/: a
sheriff his deputies
Messrs. J. L. Goodge and E S mild laxative and liver
of them the next day on the road Jriggers were visitors to Starke one regulator. . We use it
Kissimmee. In the family and believeit
.clay last week. Is the best medicine fart
liile the family was preparing toe :Miss Bertha Sloan visited her I the liver made." Try it.

back to Detroit Charles E. (",u- grandmother Mrs. -I. D. Sloan, in Insist on the genuineUhedlord's -

[ a Detroit real estate man, who Graham last week. '- 25c a pack LAWTEY FLA.
S 'been spending the winter seeason I ;Mrs A. K. Smith gave a picnic on age. E-75

Iliami, shot himself in the heart I Sampson Lake Saturday in honor of ,
i lie bathroom of the apartment at her niece Miss Hazel Knapp, of Jasper -

F Eighth street, shortly befort noon Fla.

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Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu and I I I again after an extended visit in ;Miihsippi ---- 'i CHARLES DAVIS I I ,.".".support" nnd; Paloatlro.of the at the ..democratic A candidate. for Couiuy (C'ntnti. ''.,,,'.

Bradford County Telegraph :Mrs. E. E. Baxter of Old Bradford and Alabama.Mrs. elictlon to be held on June 4th. I Inn No. fi. compose-i o' Ni i

i cd I through our burg last Thursday : Allan Gcigor left Saturday l lot, i I .,n.m' su I If .,,'e"'d to ajrve toe people. to. tho Grnhnm.. I Xfnmptop respectfully*nd solicit Thi icincts. .,
PaM Madison\ Fla. | .. -I ..t my .bIII, )'. J r. CHEWS.I :; "
morning enroute to Lawtey. Valdosta, Ga., where she is the gut",< ,< ""' elector of the, di i, he
rublifihvd. Weekly and onU-rwl! tin NCCe I rrxnda; of J. J.lu4ling announce him a rise .careful attention t > the <(i ifice .
has been sick of relatives. ,
Mi L. Sowell who
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; Commlmiloner from Dl. if I am elected J. J.1I "'"{
aiiflltlnti' for Cuunty
,nd class matter at the poHl-olfice at with rhuumattxm' is some better at lilt.!!. Myrtle Hawley of Green ( 'uSprings \ i !id
Starke, Florida. this writing. is the gucttt of her pinm .' ,.< \ntitiK pn-cinctii. Wo ask tho support hereby, ann..un.-J7';: ;; 1 am n
..f th. v.iUre of tho district for Mr. Ilii'Urn County Coinmiitsfonc-r for 1 11, > !
;Mr. Mrs. .1. Allen. : \
I >II' P. W. Tribble of Laeross. was and J .
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-t ') nKjiurc them that he will 1 give New Ui\er. Jlrook r. Graluim I 11 I
Editor und Ownt-r. i our, I Imrg last Saturday afternoon. Misses Madeline Middleton .in'! ; hid in attention Ui the dulii of tho office. Thi'ressa i.reclnct I ... I promise ,,.
I, :.Mr. and Mrs. ].. Gainey and chilIIPM Florida Allen popular teachers m \HIMacclenny linn to tIe duties of the 'trio.f, I .;;:
J. C. !to nI='"SOX. AsKodntc Editor. : School th, : NO. 2. : JAMES RI'I'! > '
.1! anil Miss Lubrdia Pinholster High spent FOR COMMISSIONER HISTRICT ,

tpcnt' Sunday with relatives at Tren I' week-end here the guests of Di mn I I. hereby announce mywlf a candidate for re- -
li.,tlon to the office of county commissioner
ton. Mrs. :\Middleton.: and for L>! triot No. 2. and respectfully, >o* .
I l-Hendu of I. C Powell I hn.i
119m MY 19m] G. B. Col.son has purchased anew A. V. Prevail of :McRae, visited r''i., e the tupport of the voU'ra at tho democratic him a .camld itc for Member ofSchool I t .,.,
__ : I I ." <*ction to lie held on Juno 4th. I Board from DlHtrict No . '
ntives here during the week. lLawtcyt .
; u .; [!.,iI."DJ.Ht: LRMiTAiJ Maxwell. .... if elected, to give the name ennHCien- and tlleit th auporttori nil
r -=- Ir. harley Jlazen'hs in Jacksonville :Mrs. B. S. :McCain, of Jasper <.1'11Saturlay \ I attention to the dutlr* of the office aa I nt the coming: primary kn vPowell ,\"
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I: last Thursday. and Sunday here the guestof ,' In the pa>t. C. A. ROPEIiTS. is drep'j ".t.r..d in M,, .

TJ1J21311J14Ip Dr. G. W. Carefoot of Worthington :Mrs. 11. B. West. I I I reniwctfully announce- vota of I I i our public achfH'l ....Iem. 'I

ST9TiQt11 Springs, was on professional business Hawley Scotten of Gainesville, vISited Ii II !' 'onimlt.einneri: District No. 2' h r.I am a can- II I _
6 i .. said diBtrlct. I
5 1 for Commfimloner of
II Through the solicitation of
here last Thursday morning.Mr. Willie und Jimmie Maxwell during I .. if elt'Ctcd, to give the dutica of the II announce myself a cnTididnt mehereby f ,''II>J

} b117Jip : Hicks of Jacksonville", is spending the week.A. .. m) careful attention. C. J. KNIGHT. I election as member of the county HL I* ..,i'c.J5

12 I a while with her sister :Mrs. L. S. Crews and R. A. Green of I for District, No. I. It elected 1 wit r I JfJ.
; I hereby announce mywtf! n canilidate for' school Interests of the c..mly thi l I. .. ..
candidates for
II od It'. Starke representative, I '" commtulnner for Oiulrlct No.2 (Lake vice possible In the future mt I h.t t ,
192O21ZZ232425H G. B. Colson made a business tripto were shaking hands with friends here liutlcr Wnrthinirton) nnd <>arm'ntly solicit the pnst. I feel that I am. in p<.. t ',i.".

Lake Butler last :Monday after- Tuesday. the support of the votvra dfmocrHtio. primary elrrtlon? to be held\ and I respectfully solicit 111
term i.- .
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2621J2829 I 31fl' noon. The large mercantile establishmentof 4, tillS and promise, If cli'cUd to put ,, the vol...... J. C. Melt H.I .r 01
l i The little twin girls born toIr.: A. A. Durden was robbed Friday I II forth rot brat pflorU t.. Kervu the people of I II
I 'iI
' and :Mrs. R. Craig last Saturday died night, entrance being gained through/ district and county to the bent .r. my MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD-T11ST. 'S
ability H. W. IIA YES
-----. :Monday: end were buried in Dednn the rear door. All of the stoleh goods I I\I I hereby announce myself a.",,,. .V. ior
I 'the. office of member of school (I. ( i too,
I HKOOKKIt ITEMS; cemetery Tuesday. They have many have since been recovered. II I I COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3. I\I Pin trict No.2. comprising Lake Hn' rfor. II.tJ.)

friends! who sympathize with th..m.Dr. W. E. Hutchcnson, who has been II I hcrrby announce a candidate, for'I .). Worthlngton. Providence. Pa'. nn* .
t .. No. .
fl' of county commiiKlonor of District elected I promise to perform the let,,
I Broukl'r18'y: 14.-The little infant L. L. Lamb of Waldo, was a sick, is able to be on the streets again. I 8. (Lawtvy and Raiford). subject to the will I I office! to the best of ability. tbo

professional visitor here :Monday.Mr. Willie Maxwell is home again after 1 I the qualified eltsstors at the comlnir. election P. M. P/VTK.ET/ ; ]'
t I, I .. : Pinholster of Jacksonville completing a term in the Alachua I
mynolf to faithfully perform the duties of
; mOrning only '
; dreu died last Thursday T take this method of announcing i 'I.i '
'\ living few hours and wus laid torest was a pleasant visitor here Fri- High school. I said office to the bent. of my ability. anti to 1 Izens of School District No. 2 th. I lrcitndlilnte 11.,
l' a the best Interests concerned.
of nil Equal
dav.I Miss Eva Williams who is attend. for member" of the con .
k" in the New River cemetery. We rlithta to all and no special privileges to any said district. I ..... . 41
lumrd for ) ectf \
(, sympathize with the parents in their I Mr. jind Mrs. D. W. Pinholster! of ing the Normal school at Madison 2nd. Congressional District. one. C. R SAPP. the support of the voters nt th.. co"n' lit polo\

'1 I St. Petersburg were week-end visi- spent Sunday with her parents here.J. i mary election and promise us.nt> i ".
; ]IWHB of the infant. left for Pnlatka had I I take this method of announcing that I amA fonts for the upbuilding cf our pubfi, tci '
"I'1 tors here last week? Mullady Tuesday HM ten years experience: a. *'
of candidate for County Commissioner for District if I elected. TIIOS DirK"
; \ Hnmmonil and system am
Mrs. son
( Lynn Mr. J. C. Cone was in Lawtey partof on business for the State. Lear!.la lor...Author of "Davi No. 3. composed. of Rut ford and Lawtey i

Old Bradford, wpre nhoppinj in our last week. B. M. King, postmaster at Theressa Law..5Iand. with Pre.ident:W I votinir. precincts. If elected I shall strive to I ;;;
town last Thursday afternoon. I give the district and the county Mood service asa FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DI r<3
1'1': j The many friends of Lewis Shriver, was here Saturday enroute to Jack all war me..ure..1e I a native i member of the board. I respuctfully solicit I take this method of announcinr that 1
Dr. P. W Trihble of LncroHs. was a one of Brooker's promising young, sonville. the support: of the: voters nt the.: com I in a- election. am a candidate for re-election as it mi-mWt"
'I *.He will be true to your interest of the County School Board for DlH'Hrt
here lust Wednes
professional men, will be interested to know that Ralph Williams was transacting 3. During the pact term J hAve endfsvto ""

I day. he is on his way "over there," and business in Jacksonville during the VOTE FOR HIM COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4. (rivo; the school interests. of the count go

f I ;..; Mr. A. A. Ilazen has purchased hope he will arrive safely. week. I I hereby announce myself .. a candidate for low service.this If T.I shall B. PINHOLSTER.I eonttnui fn fa. ,
Mrs. A. G. Dyal of Starke was the the office of county commlnsloner for district
20 in the Brooker
Ford. Beginning
: a new May -
NOTICE OF ELECTION No. 4. If elected I shall work for tho best Interests
Ii t Mr. Joe Warn of Clay no, was in school house, a private'term of school guest of relatives here during the Ily lie power vested In them by the of tho county and on this basis I solicit I T wish. to announce that: t am a i ,.tid' ..i
I will be taught by Lillie Crosby at a past week. LHW.H of the of Florida the the support of the voters in the primary of for member of the School Board ftT) I'ntt
.r : I our burl last Thursday afternoon.Mr. ; 1'ublie Instruction of Bradford County June 4th. T. P. WALL. I No. 3. confllsting of New River Bro. <- i....
r. Lf>e flainey was on business, in cost of two dollars per month for each We regret to report the illness of or I I pupil. Wa shall be glad to have those popular druggist M. L. Watterson Tat Dwtrict No.9. Tina Hill on I hereby annonnce my enndld'irv for County -''I am a school patron and feel. n p. t ? ..
i I Lnwtey lust Thursday. who is ill this dny June 18th. 1918. for the (iuri>oiM> of Commissioner (or the Stnrhe t''mml."It,',. tert'st In the welfare of our public '
'I.\' I r Mr. Harley Ilazen was a visitor to who wish their children to be in school quite at writing. Ins three iruHtvpH and to determine the er's V'rlet. nn.l respectfully roHcIt tho c"'n-, i j tern If I nm elected I shall at nil :t :i

i a A'I Stnrkc last Wednesday afternoon. send them. I Mrs: Mary Prevatt left Tuesday for of million to btt BHHPHHet). I si'ti'ration and support of the voters at the forward my best effort. to promoteHts '110
her home at Kent after an extensive I-or thy purpose of holding the laid ,' coming primary. It elected I vri'I: do my brst of the schools throughout the r< nD.
4 Messrs. (V. W. and E. M. Ilazenspent JOTTINGSItaiford : the foliowinK mimaucni have been ... : tnwnrd. n iruod' b.tineas admmiwtrfction of the W. MOOItt
I last Wednesday in Jacksonville. visit with relatives here.J. A. H. Surrency F. L. Colnon. A. L. <*..* : affairs of the county.t.EO.. -.--

ville. May 14.-Rev. C. P. Sunday with his family here.IAUKETtG Chnirmiin Hoard Public Inntruclion, I herel-y announce that I nit .1 ru" "I'ldit', .*
k Mrs. Alvin1'KinnI'Y: of Louise, : Thomas of the Second Adventist County Florid number of frluntlnni fvl'ow-cltlxrns for re-election us Sup visor of *. A ite'tiitfor '
? Attest : loisrmiieatcd, no m run for Commissioner. .
last week with her Mr. llradford county. I respect IK
i, spent parents, Christian church is conducting a scries \ HOGS U. R. I'OPrELL. from the Starke dlbtrict ar.d I hen by make the support of thj ..'...1... at the . n> .
and Mrs. G.! W. Ilazen, of near here. : : County Supt. and Secy. - announcement or ,,.' .an.hdoev for gbt' ofAce. and ,f myr
It Mrs. I' M. Barefoot and daughter of revival services here. beats burying them. Steve Hoover, of 0" It elected I shall give mv hetit en" 'ft.... i j, mnry nttcntlun to promise the duties n crntinuanci of the tnTc. -*.. tn wi :
Mr. Ranee Andrews and :Miss Mal- toward discharging the dut of th. ,
NOTICE; OK ELECTION nt office. .
\ "Com .
Mt. Pleasant Iowa writes \ sicrn: :
Inez little H. D.
11 and Surrency spentV sin Simmons were visitors to Madison fly the power vented in them by the JESSE THOMAS. FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT] C
of about 100
Monday in ].across. menced feeding my herd Lawn of the State of Florida the I I ,
hereby announce myself a cant in: f'or
r Mr. Roland Anderson left Monday last week They were accompanied hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over Public Instruction of Bradford County T hereby announce that I am a candidate the office! of Constable of District' lj .
home by Misses Sadie Simmons months ick and ordern an election to be held in Special for County Commissioner for District No. 4 j lirodford county Florldn. subject to 'th. ,om I Iof
,' .. for Jacksonville where he will attend; and Annie Vivian Graham, who have two ago. Fifty were Tax intrlet No. K, Little Spring*. on (Starke). I respectfully solicit the votes and the Democratic primary to be l h.loI .OH I
Ie Mnssey's Business Collie.Mr. off feed. Nearby herds had cholera.I day June 15th. 191$. for the purpoue of support of the Democratic electors at the 4th.. 1(178. and respectfully. solicit tt .'R
been Attending the Madison", High did not, lose on>:-they are well and toy three trustees. nnd to determine the pi'imary to DA held June 4th. and promise of alt voters at said primary.
Mr. H. C. Clemons in
spent Monday of mllinw.I to be aaaesael. careful attention to duties if electedH. .
my .
School for the past three months. J. B. H\ '
i; Alarhua. growing fast. -For Sale by J. For tho puruone. of holdintr the Raid .. .. M. R\G. I. _
:Messrs. Lenston Crews Lacy Ca- White & Son Starke Fla. 5-3-5t. thefollwing mnnnuen hAVe been : -
:Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson nnd son.Rcssic. son, Brady Rosier and Avery Tison. W S. Dubo... 1). L. Micelle. W. Renven.T. : COUNTY j FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1 II
1 motored to Hampton 1 last! Saturday II. l'INHOLSTER.ChaIrman COMMISSIONER; DISTRICT 5. hereby Announce myself a carcontlable .-! I. '"
attended the movies in Starke last I hereby announce mynclf" a candidate fvrre..r..llon '
1:= Hoard Public Instruction of District No.1 (Lnwt \ nilcctotl "
niffht. They were accompanied for County Commissioner of Itatrct I promise a faithful performs 'oJ 1
Friday night. CASKETSAnd County Florida.
ied by Miss Thelmn Ward. COFFINS A ticI : 6. subject to the action. of the coming I' duties pertainlnir to that otTlce. 1 .c :ft* g
Mrs. Rhoda Sapp i i'l' visiting; her. democrat primary. If elected I promise to Iv .
; a full line of E R. POPPELL. solicit the Hiipport of tho democii'
L Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Surrency and continue to give the duties of the office! ,
daulhtprIrs.. Ira Andreu of Starke, County Supt. and Secy. my torh at the coming
'1 l' children spent Saturday and Sunday this week. Undertakers' Supplies ---.---- earnest attention. H. D. StAY. primary.N.. D. pn >

t _', with relatives in Graham. I NOTICE; O? ELECTION
Mr. !Melvin Rontright. of Coffie, Ga., Automobile Hearse.
Messrs. H. I' Gainey and L. Morgan fly the jKtvirr vested in them by the .
. is guest, of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Anderson. Always hand. The best service Loot of l the Stnte itt Florida the
on .
spent last Monday in Jacksonville. 1'ublu' I Instruction of Brad ford County'
1 Lj Mr. Bon Crosby was attending to at the lowest prices. Special ftrdem an election to be held in Special,
Misses! lichen Nnuright, and Annie Tax iHMrict ::0;... T, Brooklyn. on
business,( in Lawtey last Thursday., Vivian Graham und :Mr. Ovid Brooks- attention to telegraph orders. day. June I'.Ih. 11H8 for the ptirpone or When You
I Misses/ Mnrv and Lydia Amlorson Inlt tlmi- tiuntfit. t .tnbl i.lting a district Right Down To It
were visitors! to Lawtey Saturday aft "EmbahierDeWltf' tbe, of toil ine to b I
,. nnd Minnie Thomas of Cooler Pond, ernoon.Mrs. Reoistered KCH to )<,,1.| rot '1<' nmuttnt 1I'd

.. were visitors", here last Saturday. Hoiindiim of nnltl proponed district ,
:: / John Sapp of Snpp, spent theweekenti i I
Mr. and :Mrs. II. C. demons spent It "cTJONESStarke. fitlluu* : .Ml I thiit ]to..rtl.> I .n of tuwnnhp! H. :
t with relatives here. ,
if mime -J t tvt. lyiiM wit bin Htiid
'f last Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. :Miss: Laura Johnson! attended the I FI;:). Hrndford. except Hectionn 2. 3, I and 5. you cannot tic> Letter than I li t .

II" : R. Andreu of New River.Mrs. short in Domestic Science in ., Mqimrti: r of SW tjunrU-r, of Section 23. !I!
I' course I -
-- Went half of Went half of Stttfon JA niaki'
- : I,. P. Surrency is the sick your automobile
; on .
: c Staike lust week. - ----- Std.onH.. township S. Month of ...n,, repairn
S J list this week. Tart tto: Ham Int.: tiU<> S,' l"n. I and 12 in .. I
Mrs. Warren Johns and son, Carlos 1--- That Joes net .;. I understand!'; just what is requ,'
south of J2 E.
:Mr. John OramMin of :Madison move
were vinitor to Starke Saturday Ionic nml laxatlvr ..t1ct. I.AXA- For the pitrpoxi* of holding the Maid ,, .
t II spent last Monday with Mr. and :Mrs.''' :Mr. and :Mrs Edd Roberts and ;Miss IO UUIN1NK litH.ttrrthan ordinaryOutiime .. the followum mnnaKera have been a|"",. and tan often save you nion> ,

! .' M. 1'. :Mottheny.Mrs. Susie Dowling were the guests of Mr.and rinuini;*in ami heail.doca Remcmberthe cot CHUM nervnn full nntn and nor Fred IIay: lor CknerHtttle.. dipt. K. C. Heiberyer. pensive work later on if you lot ,. '

: II. Kelly of Gainesville was a !Mrs. \V. I. Roberts this week. look tjr the signature ol 1.'. W. CKO\'E. JOe- T. B. PINIIO'.STFR.Cb.lrmAn -.

. visitor here last Tuesday afternoon. Hoard Public Instruction. ; inspect your car occasionally. W'ur I
; :Mrs. J. K. Cnnova and two sons, of : Florida.

.- I Mr. Carl Lewis has put. up a new Starke. were visitors! here last Sun POYOUROWN Attest County: >< practical people and have rensonablp !

irnrnire and it ndda very much to our E It. POPPELL,

$ little town. day.Mr. County Supt. and Secy prices.
Ranee Andrews It'ftonday: ..
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: Miss Marguerite Shriver of Columbia with- for Jacksonville where he will spend : ; ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE We will. have another shipment

College, spent last Sunday a wl1ile.I 1. ,

1" her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shrver. I Mr. J. A. Brooker and family left WITH A iThri Notice IH hereby given to all crcditom. et of the famous Briscoes in this I
. She was accompanied home by Miss :Monday for Jacksonville where they Ii : tributeet. loRfltees and all other persona... .5 week.
claim demandx the
hog or avainat
I Lenora Fortner of Kissimmee
will make their future home.'
I J. D Padgett, deceaued to prenent the
c, !Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson), and son, Messrs. Ilerliert, Ritch anti Sheppard (I to the' undentiitned: an AdminiHtrntor :
naid e-ntat within two from the
Miss Thelma yean
accompanied by
!Moore and Misses Hellen Nau. .
hereof otherwiHe the came will be ...
Ward and Mrs. Hicks of Jacksonville right: and Annie Vivian Graham were l'"< 'I and AiKned thu 15th day of Briscoe Sales & Service CompanySTARKE

".' and Mrs. L. Hodges and daughter visitore to Starke Friday night. 'J). 1918
, Mildred visited the State Farm near SIDNEY D. Arifr
' :Mrs. White anti little daughter: Eve I I An ndminUtrntor of the tmtate

, Kaiford last Sunday afternoon.Mr. lyn of Lawtey are the guests of Mr. di.cea..ed. FLORIDAENLIST
/ II. ['. ainey made a business \ A. V Lunir. attorneyNOTICE .
and Mrs. W. II. Andrews.Mr. .
'.M..due. .h high colt of Uu(,..
r trip to Graham last Sunday after-
R. B. Bostwick of Gainesville
Cvvry home should have on.; *cfcitj tn sue- ; OF ELECTION. -

noon. was in town lust week looking after c..IuIIyop..t. tlt will can f rutilet. ,,,..v.,.,.. li th. \ented In them by the .---- -
: I Mrs. J. S. Foray th has been very .Cam ot F,.h. > power.
the interest of the A. C. L. T.tiwitf th> State of Florida the

ill but at this writing is able to be up :Mfss Era Anderson of Sapp was ,The Cano Wa(.r Semi Steam Cannes 1'uhhc Instruction of Bradford. County
.. Sale. b, .,rdt.. r, An election to .be held In
iincl out again. visiting. nt the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Absolutely Sch-'V TuUiHtrirt No. 'J.T. Snmpaun CI.

t Mr. and Mrs. F.. J. Ward were visiSundny W. II. Andrews Sunday.Mr. Ill patented construction m...* it that way !(iituidtiv MH> JRth. 101s. for the purp...
afternoon. lit pat.ntfd construction ftUo llowtit to gtv* t'U-cUn thi,',,' .rll....... and to .. $ - $
I Alfonzo Jones anti :Mrs. J. C. --
a uniform t* mp.r.lur. which no olK' r can amount' "f millutre to be anHesiied.
, II', !Mr. Clyde'. Ward of Pine Hill was Jones !Wednesday for Perry where n.r do..i thus your product are perfectly I*<"i th I<< t"ni1"1 >>f holding sad. .. .'
Otis nary of Old Bradford l bst canned and ivlam. all the natural *ppsanca tolloMittvnuinHKera, hnb.'n ,',
will few
they spend .
a I '. .
I C Kit i i* "n \ G; 'Irt.wn. .1. O Wvnn.
Monday afternoon :Messrs. Shl'ph'r,1Ioore: nnd Jack Operate. In hall In. time r.. .... V I T. II. 'PINHOLSTER.thuirmftn
vey who has: been visiting Mr. nnd Gobols and :Misses Aileen Reynolds l quired by other makrt. and ". ., .-... :\ It< ted Public Inntruction

11 Mrs. A. B. Shaw I..ftIondny: for anti Sadie Simmons motored over tt'1.a1ey I tow the fuel economical consumption hou appvaUfo ..wil.. \; '.'"1ft... .., County. !

Michigan whore ho will join her husband afternoon.Mrs. Can b. ti..d on any hind eltto '-','\ AttestK R POPPELL.
.. .. I
I .
* t ,111..1. lifetime. < :
who has been there some time. : D. l.cnnon Wednesday \ i M", ttitt and Secretary. 4.

:Mr. nnd :Mrs. :M. Lewis of :Miami in Jacksonville.. "J1t .11.1111 C.n.... I

i.s spending a' while with their daughter. Tate P. Denmnik was in Starke I Finn SUAdJrcis \ + + +;++ + + + + + + + + For Economy

:Mrs.", (J. W. Itazen of Pine Hill ; Sunday afternoon. 0o Kumbti + POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.;
lived here 1 + + + 4 + + + 4'-f-f-f + + -ll>
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis once Beginning June
M I r. P. B. Byrd spent the weekendin I FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP 1st our business will be run on a
who welcome
and! have friends ,
. many Jacksonville.! I am a candidate top memoenh In strictly Csa h Basis.
; them on their visit here. Messrs. Joe Cnson und Joe Johnson STARKE HARDWARECO. House of Reprvventatlvea and hereby
Mi'uxrs. John Pinholster nnd Hurley my eanrfiilauy in Group 1 In the coming This will be an advantage to our customers wellas
win', in Starke Saturday. as
mary. I feel that I know the need" of
I\ Ilazen were visitors! to Worthing :Mr. .1. D. Dowling spent the weekend Starke Fla. county and .tat In A letrlalative way and ourselves since it enables us to give better serviceat
't t. ton lust Sunday! afternoon. 'In sheen chief clerk of the Hou. for the
with is
) his family. Mr. Dowling better prices
Kev. W. Walters spent Saturday ion of 1917. I am familiar with Ae """" ,
'I employed! in the shipyards at Jackson. =Non-Fatal" ing of aid body. I solicit the purport The
; :l' herewith friend! He expects to leave ,'ill... Injuries Quite CommonIn vntem and. if elected. universal need and call for Economy by

i. soon for France with the Y. M. C, A. a booklet published by the Aetna faithful and elficlent, ervtc.. K. A. our
Tom Lewis of Camp Johnston, spent :Mrs. Dorothy O. Shelley. who has Life Insurance Co., we find! the following - government, along all lines, makes it our duty to
:(; \. boon visiting at the home of Mr. nnd FOR REPRESESTATI\'E-ROI'P handle all business
item "Available in the
: statistics best
the first of the week with his sister :Mrs. J. R. Nuuright returned to her I hereby announce mimelf, a most economicalway
r /' Mrs. G. W. llazen of near here. prove that last year in the United Group Two for re-nomination tar the ; realizing this we have
. home in :Milton Tuesday.Mrs. States of Reprentattv In the glnlature adopted the Cash System.
11,000,000 people received
Mr. John Pinholster nonfatal -
t Florence Cobb and children I. Bradford county subject to the action' of Good will be delivered
injuries. This must include as usual and collected for
: by :Misses Gladys! Warren of Dunn Democratic primary election, to be .
, N. C., and Hazel Warren of Clnyno, left :Monday for Jacksonville to join slifrht: injuries not sufficiently ecriouj June. 1V18. I .....,...,\full" aolicit the as delivered. Do not order without being prepared
her husband all
who has
voteni at said
a prominent Democratie
position primary
; \ passed through! our burg last", Wednesday in that city. to require the attention of a surgeon. promliie a faithful dl..h...... of my dot to pay as the goods will not be left.

. morning enroute to Worthington People should be prepared, to treat Injuries I am honored with re-election.
; 1 Brady Rosier and Avery Tison were of this character themselves U-23-tf: : A. S. Economy is the wise man's slogan and with it
Springs. _
j I in Lake Butler
Sunday afternoon.Rev. we'll
. ': Mr. Alvin :McKinney) and sister, E. C. Wells filled for most of them all that is needed I am a candidate. for ...... .. win the war.
( ''I Miss Mabel of ]Louise were visitors his regular M a bottle of "hamberlain'a: Liniment. Grour :2 ami reepoctfutty burt the Your
I appointment at the First of the voter who will, Co-operation and
J' here last Saturday afternoon. church Sunday. Baptist It is excellent for sprains and bruises, oeratie primary to be participate held< Jun. In 4th.the' If patronage U always appredated. -

1 also to rt'liethe worst rheumatic am bit ton to rvprmrnt our
: Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler county In the
The Raiford branch of the American stature 'la grtfl!
, pains.-Adv. fi-3-5t. aaiT exert my .
: :: will fill his regular appointment here effort to arve the beat InUreau
Red Cross !Is preparing for big of the'
',: .' next Saturday and Sunday at the drive next Monday.Mr. 1& : ty and .la_. M. J. SAPP. Quigley Lumber & Supply Company

. ". Missionary Baptist church. : and Mrs. W. W. Rice have
Misses Olga and Thelma! Ward were ;EAT CORN toiaTRICT' NO.
: I Starke
from into tile house formerly occupied ___ hereby announce that 1 am a Florida.
visitors out to New River last Friday Mr. and for County Comm M'loner for Dlatrlat ,
afternoon. by Mrs. J. A. Brooks. Providence. and Palestine ....Un. JlP
', We are glad to report Mrs. D. W. : H :MI-TOX---- ilw at.p."Uull the coming solicit primary th* support election.of the If ."\ 4

Ilazen better at this writing. I will lYe my bet effort to aerve the lnt.. $ 4xt
of the .
I public.
t :r Mr. Otis Barry of Old Bradford, Hampton May 14.-Mri. C. E. liar. O. V.

,. was in our town last Friday afternoon Car and Mis Beryl Mullady are home I r ......b,. nnnoune.-o-:;;:;. candidate

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ruHJAV MAY 17. 1918.!


1 J. E. Harper, the Telegraph's vnl- day.Mrs. Ml ll. SEALSrilll K.VWS I political support thereby. I beg to
iii I d| rill-respondent at Lake Butler, Bivklv Hilliard of Starke, was I I ovruAcil, at this time. I am honest, q ) Starke this week in his capnci- the guest. of !Mrs. D. C. Phillips last I if I know myself.I .
Bits of LocalInformation t.\ :IN fates! agent for the Weldon fire Sunday. Editor Telegraph: wish to thank who as- f1
Sir-Will for
'can These little extinguishers sell I Mrs' I II. C. Stanton visited friendsin : you please nay cured me of their support, and regret ,
me to the public, to whom I owe sonotch
I Il'."ill. and Mr. Harper delivered a IIIWIIunda: )' afternoon. that conditions are "such that t Cannot -
f I Imgo number of them to citizens of ?\U'. +ami :lfr... Edward Hilliard ofWater *, the that it is impimaiblo fur mo tomiiki (continue' in the race' and be forever t
't t.iiUi-I Weldon is just the tiling for Oak, were visitors here Sun- riuv f.l' ri-presontalivi at I '
explaining why helped -
this 1 'me. I In \\it "I..ninlt. from the my government
iner" ( f automobiles who wish to day.Mr for uliout nil I am worth, and
a CAN M 0.1 ?..,t.. ),INI take precaution against tire. : 1':. Kite returned hum Saturday race I wish to any that I hope other am still ready t to continue to do so. I'
Teq/NJ. tmBriscoe rN c.y a si 7.r from :Maxvillo where ho halOII'n\ I people who have bought liberty bonds
Respectfully' ,
f4flj3J and given to the Keil Cross, I have
The first installment of interest as
onSecond visiting his brother, Mr.\ Elisha Kite I t9
W. G.! mAL
done, will be of ,
not accused expecting
Liberty bonds was due on May\ Mr. 1. E. Yarborough was a business -
I 15th. We will be' pleased to collect visitor to Jacksonville last Tues'
_-- !"the. _wonder. car." 1 :Mrs. A. Trie. left :Monday fi*her I this interest for holders of the bonds. day. ;

home in Kingston/ I'a. EnroutA she Bank of Starke. It b1\ r. and! Mrs.: S. 11. Thompson are ______ *
T F. Hollingsworth was a visitoro stopped in Jacksonville for several the proud 1 parents of a fine girl, born ; \ tpi I
Jacksonville Tuesday. days visit. :\11'". Price has been in Mrs.\ Roy Turner and baby returned Thursday, :May U.JUNK tl''

Starke since last October, boardingat to Dinsmore Sunday, after a ten ._. OUR LINE OF HATSAll f
R R. Thede of Lawtey, was a busi- the home of Mr.\ and Mrs.\ N. II. days' visit with her parents, :Mr. and iifl\
ess visitor to Starke Monday. Hull. Her many friends here hopeto :Mrs. F. B. Johns. 1. 1MS.TOP .
see her again next winter.
Eggs, 30 cents per dozen at Cash SCHOOL AND! CIVIC CU'H :$;; feminine beauty lovers will be charmed r

Department Store. Letters have been received here ** with the wonderful display of our
The School and Civic Club Wednesday $r"l*i t
from Pvt. Earl C. Thrower, who is in met I.
Gco. L. Massey is afternoon with Mrs. $#$$$*
attending to France on the firing line. The letters A. Z. AI.kins. -
jsiness in I'alatka this week. were written while/ he sat in the Every member present pledged $$$$$$$$ ; MILLINERYEvery
trenches, and, are full of herself to not only insist in Thrift $$$$$$$$ $ I j. t
W. E. Torode, of Lawtey, was in the and undaunted spirits Stamps and War Saving Certificates, $$:jI;:Itt: $$$a8 I !
ty Wednesday on business courage. but to urge their purchase by each SUnss$$$$ piece in our entire large collection is a
member of her family and friends.It $$$$$$$$$$$:$!i'$+838 I
RevTc. W. Inman of Monticrllo: $ triumph of beauty, taste and utility. We have I .
: Rawson Davis, of Jacksonville, was decided to make collectionsof MyBIS
pent Sunday here with relatives. spent Tuesday night with his daughter all back dues, and ues for the $$$$$$ T1IK $$$$$$ II combed the markets for the choicest styles and
Mrs. E. W. Stewart lie wiis *n club 1833335:;: SSSSSSt "
and turn all
year over money so
|We are closing out line of Ladiesd his way to Alachua to officiate at the collected to the Red Cross. A committee a33383555555555538833srtst33333555555555538338rst:: : the best materials. f
Childrens trimmed funeral services of the late Mrs. E. :: :;: :;::;: hats
Hats. Stumps. B. Williams. wits appointed to make collections.All Our specialty is building to our
owing dues will greatly help if sur3883355gSSSSSSSt3883tres custom'a',
8 J. E. Ward, insurance examiner, of they will send. in at once the amountof arss3333355 555555553388'Isssssttstss3333855SSSS : er's tastes. You MUST be pleased .
Jacksonville, was in Starke Wednear" Cash talks-June 1st. Quigley Lum- dues to the treasurer, Mrs. O. J. $S$:SSSSSSsaset satisfied. rare
ber and Supply Co. Griffin. stsctr38333555555:: :;: $$$'S83888stssssurra3seSSSSSSSSSSSS8883ssasr:
The club adjourned! to meet againin :;: ::1: YOU are cordially invited to our store and ,

|For cash only after June 1st. Quig- Miss Kate Inman of Monticello, is October. tittt$8$ $$$$ $Ui:...... to inspect the triumphs of Art here on display.Knight's t
Lumber and Supply Co. visiting her sister, Mrs. IW.. Stew- MRS. R. A. WEEKS Pres. :;;;*$$ OVEn $$*$$$*....s .

art on North Walnut Street. As !Miss MRS. C. A. FUTCH, Sec. ......$$$u$ $*****miu
|L. E. Jordan is Valdosta, Ga., on Inman formerly resided in Starke, .-- attss8883355I55! *$$5588383sstsst
,combined business and pleasure trips she will be pleasantly remembered by PETER PAN; ;MINSTRELS .srsa3838355555b$$!1$38"tSucrts Millinery
week. a host of friends.Mr. SCORED BIG SUCCESS tsrnc383835555: $:S! :x:rr, :$38883ntsacrssrs8333355 : 1
: $155555$$$$$$u....
Mrs. R. J. Andrews and, family are and !Mrs. O. A. Thrower have Starke's high grade of home talent sOS038383!$5 $$$555$388330trtsIssOS33388'S STARKE FLORIDA j
ending the week in Gainesville with three sons in the army. The last one combined with an efficient instructorproduced $$$::1:hji: $38833usrsttsOSC838335555 ,
ntivt'S. to join the colors is Miu: Thrower, who is at Camp Doniphun, best amateur ministrel ever given ..*...$*$$*$ SR)38)esrrtt: 9
Irs. F E. Harvard, of Live Oak, Fort Still, Okla. here. This entertainment was under ssssss$$$$$$ GOES $$$$$*U/tit :
to guest for the week at the homeMr. the auspices yt the U. D. C.-the pro $5$54333$4; 588338sstttrssstts83338r$55Sr'S5488883stsrse
and Mrs. W. B. Harvard. Ford top and back curtain for $10. ceeds going to the local chapter and I :: : I ..
M. Leviton, Starke. for benefit of war relief. A crowded ISSS 3338$$$$$$ ;$$$183338stssssssssss33838 1 44444+I4444+ 'Nolti"N.t r'f'
liss Josie Hoffman, of Jackson- house enthusiastically listened to the $$$SS:' ;iIkt13a88trsrst:!: :
1', is a guest of her aunt, Mrs J. When you buy your materials you following program: ssetsr8f3kyk:19takl: ;: :: ;! ; ; $838rserstttt5a8833855454 : i HOT WEATHER ;
{Davis, this week. are satisfied; when you pay, we are J. Pearl Rogers as Peter Pan, interlocutor t553333srsssssass883S8SS I II )c
satisfied. Let's all l l'e> happy at once. royally entertains a companyof $$? :54!: 4483838stssrs I
he new arrivals rt Kn'ght'.. Mil- Pay cash. Quigley Lumber and Supply theatrical stars at an evening lawn ..u..ojsUUu.; ..... i NECESSITIES i '
try are right up to the minute in Co.Rufus. party. ...$5$3v3't3t. : :!: :4s! I I
dwear. See them.Ir. Opening Chorus-Hostess of the ssts" es: Uj:$; CASH!! $$$$u...tatessst833S84 I
\' Tatum has gone to Jacksonville lawn party, :Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. 483843utt0ttttts38333 : : t
and Mrs. Put West, of Orlando, to work in the employ of the Piano accompanist, Anna Canova. k44''+:ttt444a83833tOSStI,3333e44454t554583433srnrs:::: i With the coming of hot weather you should provide
the week-end guest of Mr.\ and Southern Express Co., and his duties OVl'rture-Misses White and Ep ;:!::::::!: ::: : : yourself with the necessities to make life more com '1

.. W.-A.-Colley. ston.cause him to be placed at Camp John- ,person.Patriotic Song-"Somewhere in I j S$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$ : fortable. I have a full line of :1 t r

ouis H. Hill, the f.awtey real es- France"-:MadaniK Scliumun Ileink. i FREEZERS WATER COOLERS .
man was attending to business Mrs.\ L. J. Wynn and mother had Negro SonA'"TalSlim\ Brown Quigley Lumber & Sup- t
tarke yesterday. as guest Monday\ :Mrs. S. W. Harri- Gal"-Cynthia Primrose. : Full line of small articles.
son, of Jacksonville, and mother, Mrs. Love Song-"Broken Doll"\ -!Marie ply Co. Starke Fla.
Screen home the and the I I
Jack Millman, off Charleston, Ortlip, of Indianapolis, Ind. Flora. your to keep out fly mos
rs. Jungle !' "Down in' quito. Window in all sizes and kinds.! Save
? has been in the city this week) Song- Monkcy- ------ : screens :
fa visit with relatives. Economy moans making the most ville"-Trilhyami Johnsing. your wife's temper by buying a fo
\ of what you have to spend. Try the Topics-"All Coin' to Movies"\ follow your Irish Potatoes i t
crash system and be convinced. (Juig.ley Billy Burke. BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE
(tests Edna and Georgia Epper- and other Trucking Crops
> of Laki liu'lir, wore guests of Lumber and Supply ('0. Negro Rl'ntimentll-"I'm Join1: I'm : No hot sweltering days over n wood stove. Cook in

s Eva; Eppel.' "i' Sunday afternoon. Gone"--Glorianna Dockstader. with S comfort on one of our oil stoves J f: i
Prof. S. R. howling attended/ the Song-"In Egypt's Bower" V ). Ii

.. ere are plenty of good cars on thefket county superintendents and high Geraldine Furrnr Cowpens .1
lint if V"rat want the best call school )principals convention which End: Sons; -Vtmiry Jenny-Lillv i JONES HARDWARE *
Ithe. Briscoi- Sale & Service Com- convened in Gainesville last week. Belle White. Chufas "I
and, buy a Briscoe. Hawaiian Song/ -"Along the Wayto t i
If you po fishing, you need n little Waikiki".-Fritzie Scheff. Slnrkc, [ Ia.
rs. It L Stewart, of Jacksonville, camping stove. Come in and let us Song-A Regular 1\lan-J. Pearle Sorgimi .
returned, homo after a two weeks show you. Starke Hardware Co. Rogers. .) "54 r.3 t..LT! & t4-.t.r ,,t. .tit 5't'St'" .V ," 1"'{ r i'H t ''' 1'-t-'H.t< i' .I'i>'''

'At with her mother, !Mrs. Julia Negro Fancy Jig Dancing-Black I Cuban June Corn. .
ght. Pvt. >W. \McDonald, who is star Face End 1I1'n.RutTrugiMt -- -- - -- - - --

- tinned: at Camp Wheeler, spent Saturday Speech-Susan B. Walker Wffvil. proof
While someone gives his life- and Sunday at the home of :Mr. Pankhurst. Write for pricesSEMINOLE \ .
and Mrs. J. I"'. Kickliter.
are you giving Think a min- China I.ady-Annn Canova. SEED CO.,
All of the Red Cross War Fund :My Old Kentucky Home-Mrs. I"'.
Do Your
4>.v for war relief. Special sale on Ladies ant, Chil- II. Long. Gainesville, Fla.CLASSIF Bit
drens trimmed hats at Stumps.Mr. ..
_\ Finale, Rose Song-J, Pearl Rogers -"
I .m handling the famous American To uudil'nce-We thank you.
t, guaranteed for :3,500 miles. Call and Mrs. 1,. Moseley: of Rai- l'ntroneK8es-United Daughters of IE D Have you ever figured how to reduce your
d I let me show you the line. R. Bur- ford, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Confederacy, represented by, President '
WI, Starke. :Moscley's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. :Miss Amelia Ray. high cost of living? We have solved this problem.Do .

,', Manning\ Committee: Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, I
not waste, let your pennies do their bit
f; A little starving child brought back Mr*. R. A. Weeks, :Mrs. J. P. Tomlin- I I-OK SAI.K:-2-gitllon! Jersey cow,
and Mrs. T. M.\ Tatum and
Mr. cash for
i life because you went without some .fri"-h with heifer calf. Will !sell' cheap. by paying your purchases.
[ uxury. ALL of the Red Cross War daughter: Miss Lucile, attended the son.Those taking part in the program :Nat Williams: Ktarkc. 5-10-21)
Fund goes for war relief. Shriner's Ball In Jacksonville Friday were: Mesdames A. Z. Adkins, J. E. Beginning June 1 at we will sell for cash only.

night. Wilson, W. n. Harvard, I). E. Knight, By doing this we can sell for less. 4
Can at the "riscoc!' Sales & Service J. 1'. Tomlinson, E. M. Johns, W. C. V<)!K SAI.K;-One 6-pussfnir: Overland -
mpany for a demonstration of the Prof. A. J. GrifTis spent Tuesday in Powell, J. M.\ Alvarez, J.o'. Canova, car, almost as good! as new. Every quarter saved will buy a Thrift Stamp
acoe, the cnr with a "Half Million Jacksonville on business. Prof. Grifftas : A. S. Crews, C. A. Futch, F. II. Long, Sec it before you buy. Trice $IJO.!
iI1a r Motor." making arrangements to take up James/ :Mitchell, lien Hess[ Ella Kate .1. T. Quifflcy. fi-10-tf. and help us win this war.

\. --- i his residence in that city. Stuck. :Misses Louise Heasent, Lucile You are well acquainted with the merits of
t. and Mri- J. R. Davis spent Sun- Tatiim, Neva Turner, Minnie Bessent, W 'NTI'I2'.1; farm hand, steady
t j in I'alatka. where they were :Mrs. Clyde Alvarez nnd children, of Emma Powell, Aileen Alvarez, Kath- I'.ork. /Uiainir Pi.'ran farm, II. I.. our merchandise, and we will endeavor to give
s of Mr Davis' brother II. M Jacksonville! are guests at the homeof Il'enI'arp Florence Matthews I fi-17-tf
r ? Ella Sti-vonson: Starke, Flu. you the same service as before. 1
ontmollinuii :.Mr. nnd !Mrs M.\ L. Johns. :May Long, Cleo Mitchell\ Anna Cam. ---. -
Your co-operation will be appreciated.
handling the famous American :Mr. and Mrs.\ J. R. Davis spent tho va. --. -.-- I FOR HALK-:30 acres of land clnir11 -
f, guaranteed" for :iGOO miles. Call weekend with relatives in Jackson- Save the surplus peas by drying. | and fenced, within half a mid' of
et me show you the line. II. liur- ville. I'iek them when large enough for l.iiwtey. Reasonable terms. Louis STARKE HARDWARE CO.
II Hill Fill.' : 17-.11
Liiwtey, '-
table anti shell
them before
Starke use, dry-. __ .
Messrs.\ M. M.\ Lynn, G. B. Colson ing. Souk them before using. ? Starke Florida 1
as J. Pearli Rogers: who so and II. D. Lynn, of Brooker, were ---- ------- 'Oil SALE;-Threr. It-year-old JI,'ry I
produced, Peter l'anllnis- business visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mr. Keep the cultivator working after -(' heifers, wilh young calves. F. J ,
|.<,Wednesday nigHt] left for the rains. Needs will be killed and 1 C. )Hollingswoith, Ktarke :rj-17-tf __:_ at
me in Indiana yesterday.srs. \ and :Mrs. Jesse Reddish of moisture conserved. -
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Tues LOST-On" belt Reward for return I, / (
Joe Truby, Allen Canova, day. Let the flag fly in the front yard to Pitt Tomlinson. ...................................4............4.4..

Pieasley, Jim Kickliter, Harold and make the dirt fly in the back ------- .1, .

and! Charlie Iteasley are enjoy- Mr. and, Mrs. Will Barrett of Oca- yard. i+++*'++++++++G"'+++++++++4. : t
week's fishing trip at Smith'sk la, were wecl)(-enl guest: at the home r : '
of 1\11'\ and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. WOODLAW PARK ::; COMPARISON I The man who knows about the : .
i I =. ilanjjrr.-i/ and' the horrors of fire, is! :t
what you can afford to give Mrs. W. J. Grant, of St. Augustine; Woodlawn Park, May\ 15.-:Mrs. W. i WelNVIII ccrrrnrlnon, holh> =j: the IirllIIl1n--cullc'd almost daily to

double it. A life may depend spent several days recently with her C'. Stanton and little lion, J, W., of \ in to price and' c.ll| lily, of our) \ :!: li-ailly outbrviikfi. Ask fireman :
-do you DARE do less?. ALL parents Dr. and Mrs.\ J. O. Huynes.' Jacksonville, are the guests of her ( choice line tit any + 1
Red Cross War Fund !goes for mother Mrs. E. J. Hill. i 2 y about the udviHubility of being :
elief, Dan force and family left Tuesdayfor Mr. James Browning,: of Tampa, is GROCERIESYou : insured', and ho will tell you it it :

Jacksonville where they will make the guest of his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. i =: need llirrn-- mud have ithni. : the wisest and safest thing/ to do, 1 il

f R. E. Driskell, physician at the their future home.Don't I B. D. Browning I : to protect yourself against\ loss. I' t'
Farm, Raiford, accompanied byte Rev D. II. Phillips! filled his regular i ATAUlCABilf Z ,t
the Grand Park'I :t After comparing our goods and j: Then come to us and I let us write
passed through Gainesvilley forget to see the new hats at appointment at +
in auto on their way to Tam- Knight's Millinery.Mr. I Baptist church in Jacksonville last price with others, when you : ( you u policy in one of the reliable 1 1s

here the Doctor will attend a II I I. Sunday. [I KNOW wry we "ave no fear =: LL Companies we represent. The costis i
1 convention-Gainesville Sun, and Mrs. B. P. Smith, of Day- !Mr. N. D. Davis was a visitor to MIKE'S FRUIT STORE '_ small.
4th. tona, are visiting relatives in Starke.Dr. I.awtcy Sunday afternoon.Mrs. t =
I' : J. E. Wilson and daughter, llItlIIIIIIIII141111111' [ I

I. C A. Marks, daughter of !Mr. U. G. Turner, of Jacksonville, Miss Ethel, of Ijiwtey, were guests
'Irs. T. B. Ellis, 3r., spent Wed- was a visitor to Starke Tuesday. nt her parents. \\r anl Mra. fi.. AV.. HOME CROWN; ONIONS: ..
night with her parents. !Mr. Carter, last Sunday.; : JOS.
has been conductor on the Try the cash system, you'll like it. Rv Raymond Strickland of near Chief Kite and R. L. Wilson have < E. WILSON i
familiarly: called "Peggy" for Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. Lake City, was a visitor here lastMr. lately contributed some very fine onions J
st six which runs from .,....k. to the Telegraph man's larder. <
i to Wanno About the first Jos. E. Wilson was a business visitor and Mn. IL S. Hilliard visited l Chief Kite ha the white and Mr. Wilson J! STARKE FLORIDA
year he was given a run from to Jacksonville Saturday; their daughter Mrs. Marion Reddish the :red Bermudas. Both < j.
i to Jacksonville, and that tie- of Vanderbilt, last Sunday. fine and would convince anyone that I {1
tes the of the family Jessue Alexander, of Hampton, was Messrs. R. II. and Eodus Green' Florida does not need to import on-
npa.-Gainesville moving Sun, May 10th. I a visitor to Starke Monday. I I were visitors to Jacksonville last Sun ion*. '..... .$...*...........>.....N..NN...............


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It: ,!I Bradford County Farms and Farmers ]

f Mrs. J. V. Edwards -
I robbers. I E e:VS-W'v'"fl"JYJJiJ3'.r'3''s' y..y. -.---- gar to be used will not exceed SU-I The question is now, what are you Mrs. W. Williams waited renderedby on *y with DEADLY POISONS

fI 4. COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS KEEP: lTlB WARDEN: WORKINGI: I]fair share of sugar then available doing? What are you going to doT the large table. Music Andrea was and Eva
or distribution. The licensee shall not When are you going to do it? l Misses Blanche

1'' ,rd 44>H.84-3 V N>tb'J4fvSVJ .S1 > A good garden crop to plant, one I buy sugar for such purposes without Your duty is perfectly plain but Edwards the
that will produce protein for the table Mr. K. D. Taylor attended pound
turning in a certificate for the amount perhaps after all you do not know
!' ; Drowanl County: While the tomato. .and offer a substitute for meat, is :purchased. In transferring sugar what it ia. Well. here it is. First party at Mr. J. V. Edwards Friday. POll sot Bt
( crop is suffering from cxcesbive rains, I cowpeas, gays the University of FlorIda I from his baker's stock for such purposes and foremost you are required to do Mr. Taylor left Saturday for training
I f, henefitted. extension division. Cowpeas may J. W. WHITE & SON:
I being
summer crops are he shall cancel certificates rep- level best at anything you go at. camps.
to the middle of July. your Rev. B C. Scarborough accompanied "The Central Store,
well. he planted I
Cotton is doing up resenting the amount of sugar so If school is not yet out, make up
1 Baker County( : Farmers havo 'lant in rows three feet apart; which transferred and shall file them at the I your mind that you are in the trenches by his son, Clayton- filled his reg- STARKE, FLORIDA.
I plowed up a good percentage of their will require seed at the rate of three I end of each month with the Federal your in France and must go "over the ular appointment here Saturday und and -

v t cotton and have: planted food crops pecks to the acre. While almost any Food Administrator whose name is top'", with everything you have. You Sunday.Mr. For children's coughs iodi|
I instead. variety will make a good growth, tho signed thereto. Federal Food Admin- can help conserve food by not eating Seeber Edwards and Miss Chamberlain's Cough Remedy u w.ccllent. .
f Jefferson County: One farmer has Lady Finger California Blackeye orNew istrator Beacham in connection with flour when asked to refrain, you can Blanche Edwards and Mr. Malceum It is prompt and effectual and
,. forty swarms of bees from which he Era are preferable for table use. the above ruling has arranged to fur- raise a home garden, you can knit for Harrell and Miss, Ruby Edwards were i. contains no opium or other nartotic,
gets from, tWO to 2000 pounds of Plant sweet potatoes on well drained nish certificates from his office to all the boys make gun wipers, bandages pleasant visitors to Worthington and is pleasant to take.-Adv.r>.j\\.51.
1 honey each year. We have the best land and on beds eight inches high. manufacturers using sugar in their can be made at school and at home Springs Sunday afternoon. I| -
.: small grain crop ever made in thU They may be planted as late as the products in this state. A complete in fact so many things can and mustbe :Miss Eva Edwards was the guest ]I Piles Cured Irr EJ to 14 Days
\ section. first of August, but two or trheo registration is desred of all such firms done that nobody needs be out of a of Miss Ellen Lynn Sunday. Vorr drnKKl' wilt refund money If
1 f Calhoun County: TwentyV five weeks earlier is preferable. Make the and for that reason Mr. Beacham has job. Messrs. Harley and Lucian IIazen, OINTMENT falls to Curr any one of Itc'p4zo"ilind.
farmers from the "Boosting Agricultural beds four feet apart and have one made another order which be of Brooker, attended church here Sun- /! .Bleeding or Protruding Pltnlnetc''ldo.!
must i Uncle Sam wants boy and The ant application lvr*Kae and Kent it
It is their intention to fifteen inches. every
Club. plant every day. ,
explicitly obeyed if manufacturers I
j induce henna not usually planted later I girl: to feel that they are a definite Sumner Andreu the guest - ---
:'y do what they can to every are expect to have their requirements or Mr. was |
'1 farmer to produce this year the larg'i han June 10, but they may do well percentages of sugar. The additional part of his great country and he the is of his cousin T. E. Lewis of Raiford LANK'SCHILL

t est food crop ever known in the county even if planted as late as July 1. order is as follows: "All persons ,:, asking for that service you enroll both especially at home and Saturday and Sunday. *
I Squash ran be planted as late as manufacturing food products in which boys Mrs. W. M. Harrell was stricken TOXIC
1 Levy County: One farmer has a July 13.> Set the rows four feet apart sugar is used are ordered to at once abroad. If you want to go: somewherefor with another spell of acute indlges-\\
field of oats that will make 35; to 40'I and have one plant every three feet. send their names and address along the summer you can"go and make tion Sunday. Dr. G II. was [' For CHILLS and FEVER
' 1 bushels per acre lie will plant the The yellow crookneek-ol'the Boston with character of their business to money while gone. All you need to immediately summoned and soon had
, the oats harvest Marrow will be good varieties. do is let me hear from you telling\ me her Her friends' COLDS, GRIPPE MALARIA
field l to peanuts: after the Federal Food Administrator at resting better. many j
I Okra he late Au- what you can do and whether or not I 2'c&500 Everywben. 110 Cult I
may planted as as Orlando for registration within the wish for her a speedy recovery. ,NoPij
Seminole County: Spring crops are gust 1. Make the rows four feet apart next few days. Immediately t von are employed and I will enroll you
In the Boys Reserve. You 1 -
J looking fine. Range cattle and hogs with plants one foot apart in the receipt of such notice cards will be Working
will be asked to sign a card after filling
I are in good shape, and large corn and sent to such registrants for filling out ESTABLISHED 1886
forage crops have been planted. row.Cool heads and bright hoes are features and returning to the Federal Food out the blank spaces! on it and J. R. DAVIS & CO.
Washington County: Materials for in the farm preparedness pro- Administrator's office. having it signed by your father or I
the erection for seven salting vats gram. BEACHAM Food Administrator of mother and by one other witness. INSURANCE
for cucumbers have arrived. TheY Florida. This card will be sent to the Boys
: packing shed and the loading platformhave Keep the plow out of the good pas- Working Reserve at Washington and fire, TersaCI.Accident, Aatamablll,lIablllt". PlaleGliss Steam B oiler, Burglary Boidi

been completed. A machine tures. They are needed for the eco- APPLICATION TO PURCHASE as soon as you are at liberty you will STARKE, FLORIDA

grader for Irish potatoes has also nomical-production.of meat. SUGAR FOR PRESERVING be sent for to take your place among

f I been installed. MUST PLANT FORAGE CROPS PURPOSES the workers of the country and there
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Marion County: During the wet ii one thing you must not do and thatis - -

cold weather crops grew but little. Farmers Raining Livestock to Provide 1918 go about looking for a soft spot
Cotton and peanuts were hit the VfrvA For Them I hereby declare to the United upon which to light. Go into the work
worst. States Food Administration that I de- with a detemination to do everythingyour

r Franklin County: Weather cpndi- The fact that sire to purchase from___________.__ boss asks to be done. But understand WANTEDStreet
tions have been good and crops are railroad transportation ______________ of__________________ you do not have to go simply
is and
tightening the
y doing nicely. The Irish potato crop shipments of certain up commodities bulky Fla., an amount of.__.__________Ibs. because you sign a card; you may
I ,; is considered fine and the greater part are of sugar for my use, in preserving or stay at home and get credit for your
being refused it is fact that should
of it will be marketed locally. not unnoticed by a thee livestock canning __________________________ work just as much as i' you went Car Motormen and Conductors -
Duval County: An effort is being go (Give name of fruits or vegetables) away. You will be Riven !a bronze
raisers A. P. of the Uni-
made to organize all farmers in the versity, says of Florida Spencer extension I estimate that the above amount of button atter six weeks of work. to operate new car line
county into Farmers' Liberty Lea. sugar will be sufficient to preserve Boys let me hear from you. If you
known that
gues. Seven leagues were organizedin and shipments of frowned hay ..........Ibs. of the fruit or vegeta- want to sign uplet me have your to Camp Johnston.
coarse roughage are being -
week.Hernando. bles named.In .
one name and address with a stamp inside -
To safe the stockman
upon. play ,
County: Farmers will consideration of this privilege. I for mailing the card to you.
grow sufficient food and forage to must that: other grow his farmers own forage in his or neighborhood be sure- hereby declare that I will return 'to Yours truly, JACKSONVLLE TRACTION CO.
meet their demands fo next season. the dealer filling this application all S. A. DRAPER.
They were liberal subscribers to the are grown a surplus on whichhe surplus sugar not used a3 specified .
Liberty Loan, going over the top in can draw as needed. herein and I further declare that BRADFORD ITEMS Jacksonville Florida.McCALL'S
nearly every section of the county. This is good policy at any time; but none of the sugar will be used for .
Day County: Irish potatoes are the exigencies of war are making it a purpose other than specified and that Bradford May It.-Mr. and Mrs.C. .
A' kt yielding well. This is the first year necessary policy. Homegrown forageis none will be disposed of to other per M. Andreu and Mrs. E. E. Baxter
f? r. they have yeen planted outside of cheaper the transportation problem sons. I further promise to report direct and :Mrs C. II. Newsome and little
small gardens. The county was i.s. minimized.And . to the Federal Food Administrator daughter Burn ice, and Mr. Lee Gai-
cal to buy $150,000 worth of bonds; it it is not too late to grow forage at Orlando! Fin., the amount of ney were visitors to Lawtey and
1 2 responded by taking $100,000 worth. this year. Several suitable crops can products preserved through the use of Starke Thursday.Mrs. MAGAZINE

Jefferson County: The acreage yet be seeded-sorghum- cowpeas, and the sugar obtained under this permit. W. M. Harrell is very sick at -...

planted to feedstuff continues to in- peanuts. Beggarweed crabgrass and Signed __________________.________ this writing.Mrs. ,'"
crease. Quite n number of farmers crowfoot make good hay and the Address __. __ n__ .._u_.________ N. G. Hayes was a visitor to FOR MAY tJ"I It:,>. .
are plowing up late cotton and planting growth of these crops should be en- NOTE: Worthington Friday. The Superb Quality ..' l' I
more corn and beans. couraged in fields set aside for the This certificate must be returned to Mr. Seeber Edwards and attractive of McCall Fashions ia .."i "

Volusian County: Good onions and! purpose. the Federal Food Administrator at sister, Miss Eva were visitors to the result of if ,''. .
potatoes are reported in the Indian Sorghum can be planted up to Au- Orlando Fla., not later than one week Brooker Saturday.Mr. many year Ni.interpretation .
district. A gust.: It after its of careful study in the }.?... ,.; .::11.\
; Springs drainage system grows readily on average use. Wiley Williams and family attended 11 I. ; ,
} 1 I is being put in. land, produces eight or more tons of OUTLOOK the pound party at Mr. Ed- V of the f t.4 i >};. '1'',
Seminole County: Spring crops green forage or silage, or two or more POTATO IS :NOT wards Friday night. All report a iii/ V style tendenciea of the ; *.'*M' IIL1J
are doing well and cattle and hogs tons of crude forage per acre. It will ENCOURAGING: AT PRESENTThe : nice time. J time and adapting themfowfafr! :? .\

thriving. At present there is no cholera take the place of hay for work stockor :Miss Blanche Andreu was the guestof f to the needs and uses J;*" :to;;',,V,:"'." !(L.|

I in this county Seminole went dairy cows.Cowpeas insn potato outlook is not en- Miss Ruby Edwards Saturday afternoon r u of the American Wornl "l'f)'f.r. J"! "..{

.: over the top with Liberty Loan sub- may be sown broadcast in couraging at present and unless tho )l an. y u- /'1', .'
", i scriptions. three-foot rows.'or making hay markets clear up and prices advance Rev. W. T. Walters and family of : r'
r Okeechobee County: Prospects for plant them about June 20 so the crop within the next few days Florida Gainesville, were the guests of C M. : t <
a good crop were never better. The may be harvested after the rainy sea- growers will not make much money Andreu Saturday and Sunday and '1)( : t'.I otfl:
I county is growing more than 250 son. Iron or Brabham varieties are out of the crop. Shipments at pres- while here he preached at the Missionary McCall Patterns :.I;! J'r. .
: acres of castor beans and some farmers resistant to root-rot. ent are large from the Hastings section Baptist church at Old Bradford I '! '
.r are trying cotton. The county I And don't pull ladder.fore: feed and the market is weak. Pricesare Saturday night for May ut'I.. \{;$: $4! :\
went over the top both in money and will be saved with less labor if the ranging around $3 for No. 1's and :Mr. L. O. Hazen. and M. F. Hazen I Now On Sales I:}" *
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loyalty. whole stalk Is cut instead of pulling $2 for No. 2's. These prices make the and Guy Pinholster attended the "! : '",: ,.\
". Lake County: All farm crops tho leaves. Blade fodder Is lowgradeforllJ'e margin of profit very small. pound party at Mr. Edwards Friday ot.' ; .;' ;';

throughout the county are showing up requires too much labor, andif In this county the crop does not night. : ,.Ii. fI
, well as a result of recent rains. Castor pulled when it contains the greatest mature early as at Hastings and local Mr. C. W. Edwards and wife and I ,
limns in a majority of plots showa amount of nourishment the yield of growers are delaying digging as little daughter. Corene. visited Mrs. THE H t l

good stand. Some stalks a foot high corn is reduced. possible_ with the hope that Edwards', sister. Mrs. B. J. Shaw ofAlachua. ._... +
are putting on seed spikes. Peanut-vine hay should be cut as condition will improve.To Saturday and Sunday. McCALL
'.. Sumter County: Farmers have soon as the nuts are mature. If left get a closer line on the situa- There was a pound party given at '
,; good stands of corn, cotton peanutsand longer the leaves will shed. Its feed- tion E. S. Matthews wrote a few days the home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards -
castor beans, but some are badly ing value is greater than hay usually ago to Mr. M. S. Wiggins, assistant Friday night in honor of their COMPANY "V.'
i in the grass for the lack of help. Some purchased; it is rich in protein and in market surveys at present stationed son Mr. Harry. The crowd was en- a.o.... '" .,
i farmers are pitying two dollars a day may be partly substituted for concen at Hastings. He has received the tained by Miss Georgia Edwards the "':0 ,
for hoe hands trates. The nuts. may ha sold na n following reply from Mr. of Edwards.
n- -- Wiggins: charming daughter Mr.
Washington County: A field of cash crop: Hastings Fla., May 8, 1918. Several games were played after New York San Francisco Atlanta
Irish potatoes was saved from destruction I Beggarwoed hay Is about equal to Mr. E. S. Matthews. Starke Fla. which the crowd proceeded to the Chicago Boston Toronto

by the corn car-worm by wheat brand or alfalfa in feeding val Dear Mr. Matthews yard where there was a nice table of -
I prompt spraying with lead arsenatein ue if cut when in bloom and properly In reply to your letter of May 7th -
liordeux mixture. Spraying waseffective. I cured. If allowed to ripen the leaves relative to the percentage of the crop --- -

Several new cattle dippingvats and seed the most nutritious part already dug in this section the gen-
have been put in this spring and are lost and the hay is poor feed. eral estimate is about fifty per cent.

more are being constructed. Crabgrass und crowfoot grasses are They are not rushing the crop at this 'If
OknlooHU County: Farmers who as nutritious as purchased hay if cut time on account of the very low prices,
have u poor stand of cotton are busily when in bloom and properly cured. and I hear of a few who are storing YOU MAKE MONEYBut
planting such crops us sorghum peanuts If stubble lands for the hay crop are them in barns. Moore Haven and
rice, torn anti. cow peas. made smooth with a horror more hay Okeechobee sections should begin to

WATCH HOGS -FOR--MOKMS-- of better quality can 0 be cut. move freely this week so it does not

4 - It is not enough to have the garden look very bright for a decrease in
Intestinal worms are common in itch in the *pnng. You've got to shipments in the near future. Do YouSAVE
hogs and l arc particularly injuriousto keep scratching all year. Carolina is about ready now, but
growing pigs. Insufficiently fed will hold off as long as possible.

neglected, pigs living in dirty pens Right now there Is need of greens. Yours very truly, IT
t and yards fed from filthy troughs, grains, grit and gumption-and the W. S. WIGGINS: ?

i. drinking contaminated water, bathing greatest of these is gumption. Asst. in. Market Surveys.
in old 1 hog wallows and -- ,
h rooting and i IK sleeping in manure piles soon become I
t infested with worms. As the result : Raise nil the

4 of University such care of, or Florida lack of care, says the - can use in a vegetables year by keeping your family the- the Boys of Bradford County: The time may come when you will wish you had some of the I

extension division garden busy There is All of know me. I have worked -
the pigs do not thrive but develop month scarcely you money you are frittering away today.It .
in which something can not among you and for you for the
less runts.into pot-bellied Pens should, rickety be kept profit clean be planted. Use the garden products I past eight years and I am still on the i is easy to save if you but make up your mind to do 10.
fresh. Can or dry them for future job and right now I am on it in more Make the start NOW by opening
j .. and dry and the manure frequently The an account with us.
J/' ,: removed. use. University of Florida extension ways than one. Not only am I try-
,1\i t .. division will furnish dir c- ing with might and main to teach
I KILL THE RODENTS: tions if they are needed. Niether some of you to think straight: but I
{ should one overlook the importance of have been detailed by the Boy's Working -

J 1 While striving in every: way to produce producing enough poultry and egg: : Reserve of the United States to
::5, l. more food, do not overlook the for use on the family table appeal to you to help win this war. BANK OF
1. t importance of killing the rats, mice Sl'OAK--REGt'L.vflON.S" - Uncle Sam needs each and every STARKE
.. w\ and gophers.: Rats do not eat as muchas : one of us to get right square behind fi:
they destroy by rendering it unfit No him and do our part. Nobody has aright V
for consumption. They also spread after :May person fifteenth or persons nineteen shall on and to stay out now. We have sent State, County and City Depository
eighteen our boys on to the front and
disease. They are avowed enemies in use sugar in the manufacture 'I our Jobis a
the poultry yard. Mice and gophersare or packing bottling to see that they get what is comingto STARKE '
or FLA.iJ
preparation of
destructive in the fields. The University ducts other than any pro- them in the way ofCOOl: I food, .
of Florida extension division he has obtained bakery products unfit warm clothing, .ships ammunition
t will tell you how to get rid of these rood Administrator from of the Federal guns and the multitude of other necessities -
cer- going to make up the supply


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S.'J'UIW.1n1'; Mr. and Mrs. Urey Gunter of Dun. SPRING COLORS Monthly flnnnelnl 1I"tnteni'M nil. of I
1 nclon, are spending a few days at the county for (h.' month of Aliril 11M8. 4. . + 6' 4 4. . 4 + + 4. + +
Lawtey, May yli.--The store of home of !Mrs. Gunter's C.enernl Srhmtl Fund.llnliinre .
(little Moore l'ompuny'U" broken in- and :Mrs. G. L. Futch. }parents Mr. April I. \lIIK l .-. ._ __ _ 1417 I li: NOTICE OP AlMirTION OH1. MINOR.N 1 I'
ft ee,'\\1'1. iii,r,Os montli .. ._ -- - IITol.HlWnininlii II.,. IB I li ,,'I.y """i, hut the umti'raicn| Hl '
mme, time during: Saturday night Champ Green came over from Jack Itmui'd duriilir month _. .. .1IMIN4.M w'M. thirty', tiny ,,<'tir .1".. of ()tun notice, ttp1c : SIll
early Sunday morning and as near sonville and spent Sunday with relatives AND MATERIALSEmbroidery 1I"I"n.a'r.1 I. HUH .. .-. ___ _. .IO'.M.4rt' !: it,.. tliiiMirnbU* I. ;T WiHrt. Jtiilir: of MmChMiit 8
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be estimated M.lrlit No. I. Coti.t of II 11'lull() .luiiirinl Cirruit, of .
i can at this time, about near Lawtey.Mr. Hnlnnce April I. 11I1H) -..._ __.____ H8.B7' 1'1" (iiln., III In* ttirtcc, in tmincMvillc.: , KlnHilu, .
00 worth of goods Was stolen and I). J. Uye of South Florida 11.,1,... during nuinth . .-. '_. :all, t17 itr hrn'M-r ht niuv bi Uitiml for nn ,,nirf {' p
rried Silks shoes nnd wag \\ nrrnllt (ln iii'il tlurinK month . .. 12.7l1"hln. .4 lIt mi'izmir thi> nrt"itli(,n or rnMvm.> .lonkinn I Ia 1 .
away. dress a visitor to Lawtey first part of last ..' May 1. 11HK . .. .. .. _. .. 111.117Illnlrlrt nitnur. .H tI'plr, rhilil nn.1 l li,-ir nt Inw.Mlt ,'"
irts are mostly the articles stolen week. ( Nn. 1.Kulatice ANU MHS W. li. JKNKINS.; ,
though showcases and other April' 1. IV14' _. _-_u...- .. 8rt.4li j. t'. rorrKLU: ,-J\,;\.
parts Mrs. James Harmon returned: to Ki>ci'lptn ilurintf month .__ .'_ 113.63tnrrunt Solicitor fur iVtUloniT. 4-12-bi. .
the large store were ransacked Jacksonville for Distinction and Tucks \ !1..1| duruiit month.--
bo a lot of empty shoe boxes were Monday after spending Ie.Jollie.' May 1. ISiS __u. ._ .. .._ .___ 144 08IXntriet oj.
n few days at her winter home here. 5... ...
altered the
over floor. The thief _____.__. ... .
Harry I'adgett was llnlnnre April I. IUIH MB.4J 4 In hunlip hill th.< urfilinilKnoilwiji.
thieves entered the store through business in Jacksonville transacting for Style i K.*ci'litn ilurinit monlh ____. u. -._ 71481VtnrrnntA tnlrty .1"| .. nritr irvrn ilnto of thin notice HP t '
Monday. .....
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l u! transom over the back door aft- ply tn thv Moiniriihli* J. T. WillH.. J..I".r tlMiCircuit
Mr. N. T. llnlunee May I. IUIK __. .. .. a3 .1H I
the Peoples of Jacksonville. - -- : Court of in. ll: cutting screen wire. A Dl.lrlrt No. 4. .
wagonck .
hi. uric In 'J.ln's.III", Klnrliln I
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was seen in front of the storeor spent Sunday here with his family. llnlnnre April 1. HUM ...-._.._.. . I9V.'K IIr> w hi-rt-vvr he nmy tx fuiiml. for an ottliriiithiiiiiltiK I J; ,
Mr. J. B. Dye of Jacksonville Ki-ci'iptn ilurinic montli I ____.._..__ 14AHInrrnnU , lIly nI..ptlon! of Acvvrly Emory.
this morning and it is supposedat spent New York. Way 15.-Oh, the her rhiM' unil heIr at law.MKS.
the stolen goods were carried Sunday in Lawtey at the home of :Mr. lightfully, delicious dainty things one Just Touch of I Muy 1. IH'H .___u _._- -. 227 44 n minor nt \r'LOKA 1$. CADY. ,
the front and Mrs. A. M. Ulanchurd. Fifth a I'mbroulery IliMtrict :No. ft. J. r. rOI'PEI.I.. .iifi t
Bt of door and carried wear this summer! Along I
away may _ .
Mr. and Mrs. I 1I..I..n..rll I. ills u --. .._._ 91.08 Solicitor for IVtltluncr. 4-12-ot. IIJI
J the wagon Marion Olliver, of Avenue the shops fairly dazzle one wishes to be very elegant. Receipt* tlurintf month . ._. .__ . ,Ir JUnrriintK
Mr. J. T. Moore was the first to dis- Baldwin, were guests Sunday at the I with frocks and accessories. so simple one puts just a touch of embroidery on Umied ilurinir monlh __. \\10\ \
home of Mr. Hnlnnce Mny I. 1WI8 .. ___._ .. . 7i.6l:
ver that the place had been robbed; E. J. Roberts at the head and bewiitching. Each thing one sees one's very I best dress Of course the lll.lrlrt u.?.o. I.llnlnno ''TIE: KOR VtlIl.IC''I'ftrfl.flt .

at once notified his Mr. R. of Kingsley avenue. embroidery in be beadsor April I. IUIH __-.___0._ ... 114 87KfCflpu of I I h. Inti-rlor.
partner reality
Mrs. one thinks the very loveliest until a may ____._ ___. __ II. 8. I.nnd UfTicv, lit (;nini.viiIy. Kin.. Mnr.IO. I
J. 15. of ilurinir month VI BWnrrnntn
Dye, Jacksonville is .
bede and the alarm was sounded the glimpse is caught of the next one braid but it nil comes under the limued ilurinir' month __ ._. 7.:6: !$ 1DIH.
lice everywhere being requested toDie spending seveeral days at the home of There shades of voile general title of embroidery. On tho Hnlnnce May I. Ill'* ___ .... _____.__ 14K.4H Notii'r I. Itcrfliv itlvrn thnt Fmnk Murphy, (
heavenly .
her arc of l.Hkr Hutlvr. Fin whi>. on April 14. lull:
out for the thief. Though the Blanchards.Mr.: parenta.. Mr and Mrs. A. M. made into fairy creations with tucks dress illustrated here, the simple design llnlnnre April 1 m.lrlrt. 1U1M _1%_.._.7.-_. . __. $7.22Ic'lpas : ......1.- lIum....'." .:n'"" No. 01 *671. for NKqimrtiir I\.

ilance of the city marshal at Starke and tucks and tucks by way of em is on the wnit. The dress is of ilurinif month ._ .....__ __. IO.RWnrrnntn of ni'Ctlon4.: tttwniihlp.. ft H. Itnnixo
211 t: Tntlnhnwii'r mnrl ___ __
robber was arrested on Sunday O. L. Thomas came down from phasis. There are tucks on the skirts. French gray voile, and the design is Imiuetl daring month Irt.tlOIliiluncu of intention to nink Thi-m-yrnr I'rmif. It, m. ,
Mny 1. 1UIM ._ _....._._ HI.8
d proved to be a colored man who Verdie and spent Sunday here with tucks: on the waist and on the sleeves worked up in white beads and silk of 1'1.Ulrl N*. '. u tnblmh claim to the liinil nI.,.,." d..critHMl. !.-
also committed similar his family. darker shade of ] I. llnlnnre April I. 1V18 _____ . V4 l IIa1t..II.I. for Cirri! Circuit Court 81.rk., Kin., on I j
d a robbery in fact wherever" it is possible to puta < a gray. The long lines .Uu -- thn I 17th ilny of May Illltt.Clnimnnt I .
.. __,__ .._ .
Rev. R. O. during 6 4.Wnrrnntn .
i Hampton the previous Thursday Wright and family mov- tuck! The collars and cuffs may be of the dress are very good, us are the I Imiuril ilurinit( month _._uu_ -. 6H 11(1llitno immnt iw witnm... : ,.
tht. After being put through the ed from Dunellon last week to Law three-quarter tucked sleeves and the MMV 1.- IUIH- ---- .u'-' 4:1.HAnintrtrt : s::. W. K.lwiint.. of Nvw Itlrer. Florlilil.
frd degree the negro confessed and tey, and are pleasantly located at the tucks in the skirt. Hnlnnce April 1. 11118 _No.___._...__.__._ flfI :88Ricriptn I'rlncu !Mutt 1..0. of N>w iii..... Klorliln. .
arge quantity of the goods were re- Lawtey hotel which will be opened durinir month .-_u__.____ Ifl.fllWnrrnntn W. M. Koblnion of Hiiniiwon.( .1..i,"..
yejred. for the public.Mr. Bordered :Materials and Flnuncings (imiueil iltirinu, month ____.. 6 01llulnnco ) KOIIT. W. hA V IS. f ij I.
I !Mny I. IUIH _..____"'__n 7662\ KrgUter I
in unwelcome visitor paid his re- B. McCulley. of Jacksonville The styles this District Nn. U. .
Beta to Lawtey last week being was transacting business in Lawtey ;year are so very appropriate Inhmre, April 1. ItMH ._____ ._u.. ._. 100 H4 N01ICB OP PiNAL JU'OORGK.- ,-
the first of the for the bordered materials tecriptH[ (turin" month _.-____.__u_. 61.H! Six mimthfl *ftr .tint. ht-wuf I will i rm'nt J
gh in the act of robbing the Wil- part week. and embroidery flouncings. The short \ n'rainla' iHHurii ilurlnn month ...... 6.00 mp voucher end Until ......unt to the Honor- f*
home. Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke little Eton have lower Hnlnnce Muy I. IUIH - ___._n__..__ U5.23, : .hi* (i iSO. A. ( ....lln.... County Juitu* .( '.
was a visitor to jackets straight lll.trlcl N. li.Inlrnre Slritlfonl conntr. Flnrlil, .nt uk (or my
pworth Leagnirers and others will Lawtey Sunday. edges, so the narrower flouncings maybe April I. IUIH "' ____.'__n_.. 6448crvlptn Hniil illnehni-K- nt tk. ..U>I' \ .
: glad to know that the service Louis Hubbard who has been spend I used and the tunics can be made of ( ilurinic month ...-_...__._- 37.60( of J. R. lUllbrook und M. A. lUHbrook 4Thl < !
ing some time here at the home of his Wnrruntn iHHueil durltitf month _.____ 6.00 .....!.t. i
__ has just arrived and there will be the wider flouncings. The tight little i Inlnnce May 1. lUIH .__._hU. Hfl.KH th. 19th day of Vanh. loin. I''
appropriate reception ceremony in uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. underskirts nut! the! waist usually Pl.trlrt N. ItInlnnce J. V. EDWARDS I. ,,
ection with it special Hill. left Sunday for Wiliston S. C., .. April 1. IUIH -.u.-..___.... 26X83tifciptii 9-20-6 mo. Admln..t..tor. )
a Leagueice
where he match the material of the flouncing ilurinir month ..__n_. ..-. 7627Wnrrnntn
in Grace M. E. church next secured a position. with chosen. There bordered voiles and (.Hue*! during( month ..._._ 6.00
day evening to include the cere- the U. S. Geological Survey. are Inluncv" Mny I. IUIH __n'_'_.___.__ 329.10 LEMONS MAKE SKIN ,\
crepes, as well us challis and silks ni.lrlrl N.. 1$. >
Mr. S. Cline left for Jacksonvillethe [
of the of the Stars WHITE SOFT AND CLEAR
ny placing on first of the which are most attractive developedin nlnnce April I. iSIS ._..___ ___...___ 87.0(1( ,
? the flag. numerous stars to be at- part week" where he Ju fi the simple styles of this The ..ceipu\ tliirinir. month __...__.*...._ .1111< _ I)J,
hed by the nearest relatives of will work in the shipyards.Mr. year. Vnrrnnln tnnueil dur"," month __ u. 1 UAInlnnce
Be enlisted.r. E. L. Crews was transacting . . I graduation dress of 1918 will in all) ( May I. 1UI8! - __.- _ _. d.74 Make This Beauty Lotion For \ .
probability be of flouncing. Bcwitch- Dl.lrlrt No. 14.litliinre .
O. L. Thomas was a visitor in Business in Jacksonville the first partof April I. IUIH ----------------4: 03 A Few Cents and See For !./ (
frocks for the little girl anti her
the week. ng ", ilurinir month .- _-h. 38.44Wnrrnntn
Mey- Sunday. older sister art- mule of, this material in.i..',* durinir month __00' _' 11 I :'IHInliineu Yourself.
r.A.. H. Harley spent the week. :Mr. A. II. Harley was a visitor to 1 and there i is nothing more charming M.., I. IUIH ..u._..._-- 78.11*
with his family at his home in Starke one day last week. Dl.trlrt No. 11.Inlnnre --- .. .
for the dress.O .
tey. !Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede nnd little summer April I. 11118 _. .__.0___. 121 4f What girl or woman husn't heard of
11..11"! | ilurlnif month _._._.-.___. 71 78Viirrantn
r. Butler Banchard returned home R. R. Jr., were visiting relatives in Unui'il. ilurlim month uu_' M.IMI( <>mon juice to rvmovo t.onipit'xiunldeniictlii's i.
.__.. to whiten the skin nnd to 1/
Jacksonville Saturday night the Water Oak section Friday.Mr. InliinciMny I. I'I18 -- 187.15! ;

Hng again Sunday afternoon for : J. R. Touchton, of Jackson- April I.Illntrlrt IUI8 .No.. -II.nliinre ._.___-_-. 4A 64I'Ci'lptn h\' nlC out the roses, the freshness and .

busy city where he is now employ- ille, it spending a few dyas at the ... diirinK. "' ,,"lh I .. ..__ __ -__ lllA.7tnrrnnln ( : I ho hidden beauty ? Hut lemon juico "
ln.iii.d ilurinir, month .-- 12.00Inlunr tloiHis 1 and Ihrrrforo irritating, and
home of i i'i
!Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byrd. !Mrs. (
.. Mny I. IUIH _. ._ ._ I3K.37: / j
Ir. Oliver was a guest at thert's Touchton. who is a daughter of :Mr. ::::v- Klntrict N.. 17.nlnnre should l lt mixfd with orchard whitohix
and! Mrs. Byrd has been here several t ' April, IlllH _ .___ .--- 1O7 way. Strain through n linn cloth
home last week.r. 1L i4StLL. 'iiceiptn ilurinir month I __. uu. -- I II 2 H the juice of two fresh lemon into nMillie I f
weeks ..__ .
J. B. McCulley came over from Vnrrnnln imiuiMl durinir ninth .oonlnnce
Mesdames J. D. Randall A. A. y .. Mnv I. HUH( ._ ._.__ __. IH.07( ronlninin"; almut throe ounce Kif
Ksonville friends here
day. over Smith and E. 1) Snyles were visitorsto Gray Voile with a Touch of Embroid- nlnnri',' April I.lll.trl.-l IUIH ._N._._u IH.___..___ 1 tuCi'dlptn ( orchard white, then shako well aid

Irs. M. E. Edwards who recently Raiford one lay last week. : \ViirraliU IKMIHM! ilurinir. nuinthInlnnee I .. _u ind tompiexion lotion at about tll'
Mrs. 't
med to Lawtey for the summer, S. A. White of Jacksonville Mny I. ItMH( _. .._.__ Sill '
BrUined friends from Illinois Sun- is upending some time at the home of of filet lace, or !baby I Irish for there Illntrlrl Nil. -14.- (imt( ime. tiHtially pay for u Hinall j r 'i !

her son J. F. White. west ofLuwtey. ill a decided return to favor of this iilnnri-' April 1. I IUI8 ---_uu__. H7.1U( (if ordinary rnld\ civnm. He Hiiro 1 iistritin I,
I! and they all attended church.r. ., just latter trimming. The girdle antI perhaps It ri'CriiilH durinir. month' __ --_ ..- ___ - :I4 8HVnrrnutn I the lemon Jo ice so no (pulp KI'' ". 'it, !
.. _
N. T. who is imiui'd I.ifln month ,
Peoples now em- .h.
the ribbons at wrist and neck nto the butt li', then I this lotion will r -
7 VnriiinU iHHiii'd during' month .___. t7! 07Hl.lrlrl (
Mr. and :Mrs. Daniel ( I Rai-
Futoh of
?ell in Jacksonville, spent Sunday Win
are a wonderful contrasting color. Nil. a". main( jniro arid I fresh for i
his home in Lawtey. ford wt're'isitinl!' relatives in and "nlliiirr April I. (IlllH( --. . . Ifll Hllfd'.ii'tn ( 1I1'l'lip.J| daily to the face, neck, nrm \I. 4
__. .. |
Irs. It?. E. Edwards, who baa been near Lawtey Saturday. :More About Organdy ilurinir month( 1<1.HIVnirnntM :
\ % IHNIII il. "..rl..." mulilh -- 7.11 in.I I haiuH I it shoulil I livlp! to lilerie'i.i
tiding: the winter in Gainesville Roscoe Sapp came over from Jacksonville Inliince' Muy I. IUIH _. _u._. .__ HI,UPHUIrlrt clear, 510(0)1! !Iit'n, nrul I heantify i I Ilio ski I
When all is suit) there is I .
nothing ..
tirneil her home 1' 21. .
to on Saturday, and spent Sunday with his 'hal'rninlC for than iiliinri Aiiril I. IUIH .. .__ ___u 1:171..1: Any iriifKlKt| ; will .supply( tlin-e ou
i all Lnwti'v i is hIlJlI' '. because this family.Mr. more summer days i It..,'! IntH? iliinni. ; monlh I -_ I 1:11VntinnlH : .i"i nf inrli.ird I ( ( white. at very lit! )I"' ('(I -t i '
e this popular lady has come to D. Rich Green, of Starko, was orirunditcrisp and rani. About! every % I iriKiii-il (Ill('inK mulilh( I I'* '*', uil, \inii' I I i'i"' ' hin, I til'1 lei" i
other dress is made of this material I I #
a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. , ( UI:
No. 13.lllinre 'I., \ ,I\ ) '
7.r. or there in a touch of it for the collar . . r. r,.'
and Mrs- ( 'hlh. Watkins, whoe Andreu Lowery, of Jacksonville, I (/ April) I. IUIH i -
culTs or sinh. Often organdie is com- .....",.11'1. durinir m.tilth I ITl 4 I
been pending the winter in Tar. was visiting relatives in Luwtey Sun Lined most with voile Wnrnmtii )IHMIII", ilurinir. iniinlh I ,
Springs are visitors at the par. day. effectively or I InlnnnMay, I HUH .. I I'm '-'' ']I
linen, sometimes even gingham js. lll.lrlil Nil. S3.Inlnnre ., IRD&;
go as th guests of Rt'IImllIrs.. Mrs. J. F. White and 1 son, Frank chosen us the complement of orjrnndie. April I. IIII8? -_. . 'IIII' I \
red I Even en. They will leave on I returned here last week from Neela, Itri'lptn( durirur m'IIIlh. ''T I > I. 1Wnrrnntn
22nd steamer for :New; York where have been for It is rather unusual to see a plain organdie I uocfeaturing ,naomi durinir rncmth "tn I 'JAcKsQ.L.t,1L& t tj'
y by they employed
| !
there are so many other kinds. ) Hiilnnri.( May I. Ills ____. II II* II
re they will spend the summer.e several months.Mr. lll.lrlrl Nn. >.. I '

weekly cottage pruyer meeting Leuston Wynn, a prominent cit. Stripes of varying widths from the I I Inner April I. IlllH _- __.. M '."'
held on Monday evening at the izen of thu Hampton section, was narrowest pin stripe to the quite wide Mi.ei'liU durinir monlh I .. . __ '*. fJ275fDt
WnrrnntM iniiui'il durlnif( mulilh __ l'< !lIT'
e i of 11rs.Vilo'ins.\ There was n transacting business in Lawtey one ones", are favored. There are crossbars! (the One-Sided Tunic llalnnce Mny I I. IUIH _ ._...u' Ul If SEED fiouss
attendance. These meetings' are day last week. and Plaids and tiny checks. Here Braid and liultonxOn Dl.lrlrt No. 25. .'
I ,lIlI II _. ._. l 11.11< .11' /FLORIDA
too, one sees the invasion of gingham IliilunriApril
ely undenominational and will be Messrs. Geo. C. Livingston and J. E. ; Iteri-lpld durinir month _.__ IUl> II.WnrrnntM ) 4Df
in the home of any family who Futch, of Starke were business visitors for the quaint old tome patterns of the coats, capes mid! suits that imuifil durinir) month ... .. J9 ,.W(4r4400 4
is invitation. last week. this material are being reproduced in :'show u ili-cidndly military influencebrnul 1".lull.! May I. IUIH .. u..____.- .11'1 I IVlll.trlrt .4I4 flOd 4at.A.
an to Lawtey one lay N... 26.Inliinri. .
rs. Simmons of Jacksonville. was Ellery Sapp, of Vanderbilt, was in organdie.i and buttons abound. One smart April 1. IIIIK.( .. __. . .- I IHi'O" I
n seriously ill while visiting last Lawtey Monday enroute to Jackson- littli- suit had all tin- edges braid-! |{*.ci'iptn\ ilurinir. ) month -. -. _... 66Wnrrnntn AwEIN: $Lth
Old ('olor for New !bound in the same di-lifchtful shade of IMHUI.I! durinir. nifinth, . 1:1: Mr,
ek at the home of her parents :Mr.
llalnnce Mny I. 1111---------------:8 .
Mrs. Hannon of East Lawtey. ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Rhode Addisonof Volumes could be written: on the grt'on-gray as. the gabardine of the Dl.trlrt "'.... 27.Inlnncr - - -
combinations of color and the old- suit. The wide I belt] and the skirt Anrll I. ).,r.lrnft ____ ..6(1Ui'Celptn Cliuniherlain'H Tablt-tH
ra. Simmons was removed to her Campvillo, spent several I days ,last durinir I month . ,_.__ .la "7Wnrrnntn .' vihcrisptak well ofChamberlain's
time favorites that are !being so widely from the belt to the had J People
deep hem
tome in Jacksonville and placed under week with relatives and friends in iKnucil. ilurmtf month .....
the of with nurs- used today. Ever since the Government ; double rows of brass buttons. Ilnlunce, Msy 1. IUIH* .. __n_.__ _._ !l: ..l8lll.trlrt TubU-lH. If you are
care a specialist Lawtey. asked the patriotic women of I N... 2H. I'il I ,I with i igest ion or coiiHlipiltmn -
8 in attendance. A speedy recovery I Henry Bennett was transacting business j The I One-Siil:; }:"It .(IlllnnriApril I. IUIH .. __._ _ 7HId'ceipui trial. You certain -
our country to refrain from the ore I durinic month __._.__ 2i; 2.1 t KIVItinin n are
i for.p.A -
. hoped treat is in store for those who in. James Green; Lowery Cove Springs, of Macclenny Monday.Mr. of khaki. there has been a veritableriot There in quite a vogue for one-sided Hnlnnce Mny I.Dl.lrlrl IUIH .."N"0.-._n.'__.."U 27.00 to !I" greatly iM-m-liiltcd lIy them. 14ilv.

Htend Sunday school at Grace; M. K.Kurch :. was the guest of friend- in Lnwtey of colors. Flaming rosy pinks, clTi'i't in dresses and suits this( spring. On,In nrv April .I. lulu .__-_un .- 7J.I:! --------- --- -
The corn.flower blues with that marvelou Oiio.sicled I collars one-b letI cults and (Iti-n-iptii dmlmr month ._ Ii'"> -,\ r.-3-5t.
next Sunday. new song lost
Sunday.Mr. iHMili'd durinir mulilh .. lie nil
Kaka have arrived and
Hd for use Sunday morning. Every- from Fernandina and spent Sunday seem tl) have stolen their tints from smart. The stunning tress illustrated Tol.. '.. . : YOU DEATHLY SICK
HnliinciAnnl I. I'll" 4l"i7'iKCflplji *
Hjv come and help try the new songs. hero with his family. the April trees, and) yellows and tans" 1 here has n onn-siile'l tunic-blouse. ilurinir month -. ---- -0..1.0- HitWnrrnntN

HTother was not forgotten at GraceE. :Mrs. Jenne 'o"l1f'Y. of Jacksonville and grays and lavenders" by way of It i" very simple/ as till good l ilrcss iHnucil ilurlntf miinlh1)11768.' ) ..!
contrast to the intense hues. All avid l rcln'M its vest collar ItulnnciMuy I I. I'JIH -_ _____--.._ ...1004.. .
church Lawtey Sunday. AHttinl was the guest Friday of her parents more nn' on tiny Hin'tr..r.l( County, Stop Using Dangerous Drug
Mother Day program wasHnered !Mr. and :Mrs. J. !?. Wilson.Mr. white promises to be very smart forNo. and tufT of white pique for I trimming. fll...- of f'lorldn.'

and through the kindness of Arthur Griffis: of St. Petersburg T herr'hy cfrllfy thut tli I foreuolnnHtnlirm Mny I. 1111 *.ntof Before It Salivates You '

f. J. D. Randall white (lowers wereHtrihuted was recently a guest at the :; 2. Tampa t<* Jacksonville, due .\ U.'rt :Most-ley, J. S. Amln.-ws thi. (lfc. i iptn nml lli.liimrinvntn II,,' fulidi. It's Horrible. :

to the church aol, Sunday home of his family Mr. and Mrs. I 1:51;:;! n. m. ( ; W. Snl'IIKrll1frh.. K. U. lirown .if Hruiirnril county for I lint month'I of April.nlH. I.
I i. true nml eorrvcl to the *lirnt .r my
Bol I to be worn in memory of mnth- Enoch C.riffis.Lnui ; "KltirUlian"No. 1 'I 1' I Halligan I I I Alva I Leonard kn >wli IK.. nn'l bflief. Vou'ru, bilious .Ktuggrili constipated I

BUnder the able leadership of Mrs. I Brown of Jacksonville spent :; in, Jacksonville< to TVmpa, due .1. i K.: Hohunnan C. S'. lirooking n: H. l'OI'I'F.I.. and believe you heed vile, ilangerouacuomcl
County: duperintenili'nt of I'ul'lic intrwt.n.
l Edward, a childrens choir sang i Sunday at Lawtey at the home of his Starku 2:10: }>. m. A. A. flaxen :\1 r'4. !M. f.. Kirks Hrn-lford. ('..unl,. ; to start your liver and clean

H special selections and the adult! parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Brown. No. l\\, Tampa to Jacksonville due T H. Hanfll..yIr": L. A. UIVM, Jr. your bowels.

vr with Miss Florrie Terry at themn I I :Mr. J. Q. Kutch was transacting Starke 5:54: p. m."tarke C. A. Youngblood Il. J. SappJ. Drive Out Malaria. IJuilJs; Up System Here's my guarantee! Ask your I

rendered a special song entitled I business in Stark Saturday.Mrs. :; and Wannee" ( '. :Manning Jll'ittlvarE'z The old Sin Hir.l I'tirrul nfrrnrlhrtilna' tonic druggist for n CO cent buttle of |lIul. I

nderful Love" A very interestHfand I : A. F. Torley] and son, Victor. No. 101 Starke to Wannee leave W. L. Tomlinson Herman 'r. Thomas 'Miiliirlit.enrlrlif'HthfMooil.KOV..'.. 'J'Ah tjI.ja5: IONIC'Irivriout'liniUUupth"Mvtciu. . Hon's Liver Tone arid take a spoonful

appropriate talk was given by and, daughters. Misses CInrie and Starke 6L5): ;; a. In. C. S. Durling Ir". A. L. Itagwell ., A true tunic. I' chiUlrtu. Cue tonight. If it do<-sn't start your liver

K Randall and the entire program Mary Bane, and :Mrs.! G. T. Torley No. lOt Wannee to Starke arrives !Mrs. N. 1]. HullIrs.: /II. W. TaylorJ. arid straighten you right up better .

V greatly enjoyed by all present. and children NetaIay; And Carrie 2:30:: p. m. U. Green: S. T. Starling II. G. IIAICDIM & CO. than calomel and l without griping or

fie Ladies Aid for Grace M. E.ftch Mellc. Melrose.: were guests Sntur- Yours truly E. I'. Duncan VVm. Cone : making you sick I want you to go
Ga. 11 1U17.OM .
took the parsonage by storm nnd Sunday at the home of :Mr. and T. J. GRIFFIN. G. W. Andrews I It A. Y. Roberts Kentucky Byron Mfg. Co.: April back to the store and get your money I

Thursday of last week. It was Mrs. B. L. Blanchard. Agent. Jost-ph Bolt P. U. Bryant .

w semi-monthly meeting and they Private Arthur Butler- of Camp *--- Richard Albert Geo. L. :Massey Gentlemen Paducah Ky. Take calomel today and tomorrow .

V did meet for there was a large Johnston, was visiting relatives and TELEGKAPir.SHONOK ROLI. Joe Kelly henry BennettC. : you will, feel weak and sick and! nauseated .
I herd of
I ha>I cholera in hOA'1Irf'mtly
Alliance and the members as! usual friends in Sunday.Mr my Don't lose
Lawtey a day's work. Take
K. Sapp Y'JUnJ'frlldinlC/ Co:
and !begun feeding the B. A.
Names of "Mmae Who Paid Subscription
heard "for their much speaking. I returned home -
w James Shepard of
A. O. Andreu .r. O. TurnerG. Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure and stopped a spoonful harmless vegetable Hud
V saving refreshments were served last week from Georgia, where he During April C.: Cady Mnv.. r.. Bugle lowing hogs at once. I was son's I.Iver Tone tonight and wake up

Cthe ladies recovered just in time I spent several days with relatives.NEW' c II. Churchill II. T. Thomas my feeling great It's perfectly hnrni-
their hus- R. W. Surrency II. O. Brown osjng from four to five each night un
tench before -- -- -
their homes Mrs. II. :M. Hill R. A. Reddish lean, so give it to your children
Ij turned in the alarm. SEABOARD TIME; TABLE T. J. flakes F. II. LongWsch till: begun the use of this preparation. any I
B anniversary RobemonT. M. A. Blackwelder I. L. Blackburn J. S. Trice J I mine about 200 head of hogs per : time. It can't salivate, so let them

tt>e celebrated Epworth in League appropriate stylemhe Starke Fla., !May 11th. 11t! !!. J. C Yarborough S. K JohnsonC. ( A. Marks Arthur Starling year and never expect to be without eat anything afterwards. ill .1))

C. O. Carroll A. BrownC. Errol Alvarez ('. L. Moitt remedy.
local chapter at Grace :M. E.Vch Bradford County Telegraph, )your j
evening. The prop RtarkP, Fla. p. Cason Frank Rhoden W. F.. Griffls :Mrs. C. McCormiclMr Yours very truly

included on Sunday procession of theHwurers Dear Sir: Joseph Shaw Mrs. R. M. Prevatt I. J. Smith : S. F. Hamricl II. G. HARDING & CO. COODTOTMC LAST DROP

marching a to the singing. ofvward New tim table went into effect 12 : J. A. I'inhoUtir Jt. P. Oainey; Jo;. E.: Canova Mrs. E. M. natURe For Sale by J. W. White & Son, of

Christian Soldiers" and carVg 01 on Sunday. May 12th. 1918. Trains T S. Williams John B. BrowningOran Mrs. S. J. St-rnburg J W. Parrixh Starke. 6-3-i

flags! to represent the allied will run ni follows: :Morgan. W. C. Ken-e W. T. Turner J. It Groover sick the next day; it loses you a ".v'EAT MAXWELLHOUSE
Williams N. A. Conner Mrs Eva Eli""nVe! I..y Rosier - - -
btries in the war.Bddress I No. :3 1, Jacksonville! to Tampa, 11:10a. : J. F.
W. E. EdmondHon A. If. Harley T. F. Gaskins Rover Wells
of welcome by pastor. .
vecial by the choir. :m.No.; 4, Tampa to Jacksonville. :Mrs. J. P. Bennett J. W. Grim II. ( Groover E B. McLeod POTATOES -

C violin songs solo. by Flora Brown :3:3: $ p. m. J. N. Duncan F. F. Flume I William Smith J. E.: .''Ikins

mnd what was generally spoken off No. 20. Cedar Keys to Jacksonville W. I. Carlton r. 10(. Phillin M. A, Groover C N Cooper SAVE

D. RanHhe due 9:20 W. L. Thomas Mrs. Viola Thomas Lucian Wainright John Prevail COFFEE
fine address by :Mrs.! J. : a. m.
I No. 21. Jacksonville to Cedar Keys A. S. Keelly J. Q. Futch | II R. Sapp R. A. Andrew M WEAT -

entire ceremony service waspn due 4f::;9 p. m. W, L. Overstreet C. J. Knieht I IRloxhnm J }o'. Drew Willie Roger

over to the League and a cpef No.1. Jacksonville! to Tampa due Henry Whitehead Ward S M. nukes, n. S. Warren flSK YOUR GROCER

collection was taken for the work 11:25 p. .m. Dr. M. M. Fryer U. D. Oyal i J E. Thornton J. F. Crosby


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----- ---- --' and son, Ray, Mr. Thoy Dyi I's baby h",, ,
-ii : day. < list. I Mr. A. visitors here Thursday.Mrs. the sick list for the past \I, ,',, "I'n';:'
| Eugene Douglass attended churchat Mrs. A. L. Jackson, Julius and were business McKinney of Sampson It is some better at this ,?,,'Ir. t ',
J. A. $\\
: Norman visited Jacksonville
Providence Sunday.Mr. visited her daughter, :Mrs. hope it a speedy recovery,
: : and :Mrs. W. O. Brooks of Friday night and Saturday.Miss City, :Mr. Roy Kalch of Hanipt+
i ; Chester Alvarez and sister, N. D. Wynn, Sunday. ? oar.
I Ii Providence, attended church here pleasant visitor here Sunday'
,', : County News Items Sunday nijt"ht.I ,Thelma. and Marvel and Miss Elma Mrs. J. N.Yuleo Byrd/ and of two Cooter children Pond, Mr. John Thigpen of ih,- '.
i 1 A. Roberts of Lake Butler, pass- :Johnson visited Miss Olive Rae Jack- Ulyses and friends here left Saturday for the tram,?,!,, *
,1 1 S edthrough here Monday evening.J. son Sunday afternoon.Mr. are visiting relatives where he will do his bit for sum rl!
( ; : II L. Brown made a business trip : J. M. Alvarez, accompanied for a few days. Un,
k +I I.Uraltln Facts Gathered During: the Week by Our Ito I, Worthington Springs Saturday Col. A. V. Long to his farm in this I Mr. James Reynolds has, where just re-he Sam.Mr.. Joe Davis of Jacksonville
t Jacksonville
9, I i Regular Correspondents. Mrs. R. A. Hern of Dukes, visitedat section one day last week. turned from I resenting the O. W. ZarinK *hoiej
\" , r't J' + I the home of Mrs. II. S. Miles Sat- :Mr E. C. Warren, who has been one underwent an operation.and wife, of I house, made a business trip here
, I i'j urday. of the successful teachers in the Mr. Murphy Price 11ua/
ii t" I the week-end here day
I J School moved to this Jacksonville, spent _
Starke High ,
\ :' j I' GUILFORD/ NEWS! :Macclenny Sunday to attend the I Miss club Margaret agent, and Burlelgh Mr. C., the D. Gunn canning I i section last week with his family. lie visiting their parents, Mr.! and !Mrs. --SGOODYEAR SECONDS-- -

1\ i funeral of Mrs. Carolne Tanner who made a visit to Miller Saturday eve- will help his mother, Mrs. J. L. War- II. T. Price. the I am now handling the splendid llq
' ; ; I' Guilford !May 14.-We are enjoying died in her home in Jacksonville Sat- ning in interest of their work. ren, with her farm. This family is Mr. D. J. Byrd and wife spent with Mr. of Goodyear seconds at the Bnr
, \ i \ some very pleasant showers this: week! w'day. J, S. Brown made a business tripto welcome to our section.Mr. day out at Clayno Sunday. quoted below. These tires are m rac,
\!>\ ' which is good for our crops; also our Mrs. D. Lang and !Mrs. Fred Lang Dukes :Monday evening. and Mrs. W. A. Crosby and and Mrs. Handy Warren.Mr. wife Mur- tically as good as the higher PriW
ail l, ",." S I : jrrasw visited :Mrs. L. S Carter Sunday. Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler, attended :Mr. Clark and wife, of Starke. attended D. P. Roberts and Miss ,Sarah tires,.and once you have used g,,
", We think quite a few of our neigh- Kov. James Strickland filled his regular :- churcji here Sunday night. the funeral and burial of their phy Price and wife motoredover you will never buy other than second
\ I burs have done a !good work by plowing appointment at the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Brooks of Pro- sister, Mrs. Clem Crosby, at the Dyal Witchee and Alice Price afternoon., I, Size/ : Plain Non-Skid: TniZ
.! up a part of the cotton crop! and church in Middleburg Saturday and vidence, attended church here Sunday cemetery Sunday. to Hampton Sunday of 30x3 $10.75 $14.00 M?.'
,y : planting food crops.j Sunday.Mr. night Mr. J. E. Johnson and family visited Mr. Johnnie Starling and wife I 80x3 H $12.75 $14.7r, ?1
j \ Rev J. R. Eubanks filled his regular : I n. Lang visited his brother. Mr. Furman Stokes made a business the home of Mr. Bob Haislop and Cooter Pond, were pleasant visitors 31x4 $17.75 $1900 tjj32x34
appointment at the Guilford schoolhouse W. !M. Lang near Lawtey, last week. trip to Dukes Monday.Mr. family Sunday afternoon. . here Sunday. $14.00 $15.00 ltl
al\ I f Saturday and Sunday, with a visitor ---.---- ;Mr. Roy Britt of Louise, attended 34x4 $18.900.4% Sap!
:Mr Cuyler Wilkinson, Jr., is a and Mrs. Quinton Ward, of
large attendance, more than a house Maxville: Sunday. There I the Christian Endeavor WORKS
I' every Worthington Springs, passed through Stal ke, Fla.
; ,5 full. We ate very thankful for such certainly must be some attraction here Saturday evening.Mr. evening.
Graham, May 14.-:Mr. Richard
" I
, ( a prosperous little church in our there.
, communty, and we are going to huild Mr. Ben Wilkinson was a pleasant Enyeno Douc') :l&hll made a business :Melvin, one of Unclee Sam's boys, returned -
I trip to Lake But'cr Saturday. to Camp Wheeler Monday, aft-
a a house near the station of Guilford visitor to Lucas Wilkinsons Sunday.Mr. I Ii
s '"1''\I as soon as the farmers get their crops/ L. S. Carter and nephew, Nel- Romeo Beilling Providence/ 1'18S- er a short visit with relatives and
ed tii+rouih here one day last we x. friends near this place.
laid by. F. Prescott, made business
son a
; I "' Eugene Douglas made business Abernally and wife returned -
a Mr. Odell
: We arc very glad that we are able Jacksonville one day last week.
,' trip to Stnrkc one day last .week. Jacksonville Monday after CLOSING OUT
l to Bond our pastor to the Southern !Mrs. K. Carter and Mrs Noah Car- to
R A. Thoi.ias made a business trir: few with the former'sparents
L i States Convention which will convene spending a days
d ter, of Highland, visited Mrs. D. Lang
in Hot Springs, Arkansas, the 15th of Saturday.Mrs. to Wortblngton: Springs one day last Mr. E. D. Abernalley.Miss .
this month.. lie week. Oine Graves has just returned
was accompanied by L. S. Carter has received a
f 4 ; I I O. F. Hitch of Lulu; Dr. A. M. Ben1 card from her son, Earl, telling of his Mr. nnd Mrs. DeW'tt' Brooks of from Savannah, Ga., where she has
}'J'ovidflll'l', attended church here Sunday been visiting her brother, Mr. Tom
nette, Dr. C. M. Butler and Dr. A. R. safe arrival in France.
1 : Montague, of Lake City. We are sure Mr. Cuyler Wilkinson went to Jacksonville n'jrht' Graves. He and his wife accompaniedher I, SALE
, will and Denzil Thomas made a business trip home.
I I they enjoy a good meeting Monday evening.
'i e j u I bring us back lots of rood news. to Dukes Monday evening. Mrs. Lulla Dickenson, of Bushnell,
i MILLER Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples made a is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
, r i We are glad of promising
business to Lake Butler Saturday few days-
' i trip Charles McKinney, for a
l and little school class
splendid Sunday
, We expect to accomplish great work I !Miller, May 14.-Rev. W. T. Waiters evening. Mr. Henry Koon and wife of Starke. Commencing Saturday May 18th 1918
business visitors here Tuesday.Mrs. ,
and good results from it, and we extend preached his farewell sermon at DEATH OF MRS. CLEM CROSBY were
,i to everybody in reach of our ,the Free Will Baptist church Sunday A. C. Crews of Starke, was a I will offer entire stock of dry goodsat
--r- visitor here Tuesday.
night. Rev. Walters has been appointed pleasant my
I' I'4 Sunday school a special invitation to Rising, May 14-Mrs. Clem Crosby,
11 c j come and bring the children; don't be I to the position of Chaplain in the wife of John Crosby of this section, Mrs. J. J. Byrd and children of of busi
, c I United States army, and he will leave died last Saturday. She has been a Louise,. were pleasant visitors her'eFriday. cost. Positively going out
summer for France in the near future. sufferer from rheumatism and
t We are !glad to say that there will Misses Olga Ward and Inez Aber- great other diseases for the past few years. Little Edith Brown oSampson/ this ness. This sale will run for 30 days
I be preaching at the Roberts school nathy of Brooker, attended church At the time of her death she was fifty- City, is visiting Viola Starling
r house next Saturday evening at 7:30 here Sunday night. six years old. She has been a con- week. only.
,,f and Sunday at 11 o'clock. Everybody Rev. K. I). Jones preached an interesting sistent member of thee Missionary Mrs. Ray 'Smith of New River,
c come. and forceful sermon at the Baptist church for twenty five years. spent the week-end here with her
I y+ I We are very glad to know that Miss Fort Call church Sunday.J. She leaves to mourn her loss, parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murrhec. Come and see us and let us save you
,I" Lorene Alderman i is Improving Hopi I L. Brown made a business tripto her husband, one daughter !Miss Mr. F. W. Hough, who is holding a
S l ti''.. she will soon be able to come back to Dukes Monday Annie and two sons, Rufus and Ruby, position at Otter Creek, spent the money. All goods strictly cash, no goods
,, Sunday school We sure miss her Marion Waters made his usual tripto Crosby. She only had onee grandchild week-end here with his family.
u K, I r very much Lulu Sunday. one brother, Mr. Jake Brown, Mrs. Strickland and two daughters charged. Located in old post office
< >< j>' t CLAY HILL NOTES church here Sunday night.N. besides other relatives. She numbers visiting her son, Mr. Lige Strickland.Mr. .
If II. Stokes made a business trip her friends by her acquaintances. She Geiger Barrey, wife and children .
u ., j Clay hill May 13.-Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson I to Lake Butler Saturday evening. was attentive to Jier church a* long were pleasant visitors here Sun-
'I went to Jacksonville Friday !Mr. and !Mrs. J. L. Brown attended 'las she was able to attend. The remains day. building.J.
returning the same day. II church at Providence Sunday.J. were laid to rest Sunday in the Miss :\McKinney: of Lake Butler, S. i ii
.,. ; 'j' Mrs. I n. Lang and daughter, Mrs. L. W. Parrish made a business trip Dyal cemetery, Rev. F. B. Johns, of i is here visiting friends for a few Forsyth
1'1'I' }, W. Wilkinson, and little daughter, Ito I Starke one day last week. Starke, conducting the funeral ser days.Mrs.
: Irene, made a pleasant trip to Starke Aaron, the seven year old son of vices. A very large crowd showed Alice Kite and little daughter,
one day last week. I Mrs. Arthur Glover, was seriously respect by attending the burial and Louise, of Sampson City, were pleas- BROOKER FLA.
t '. Mr. S. W. Wilkinson and, Fred Long I hurt Saturday evening by falling out the floral offerings were beautiful. ant visitors here Sunday i ,
\ made a business trip to Jacksonvlle I of the house. I I I The family have the sympathy of the !Miss Bertha Sloan spent the weekend
4 !t' Saturday./ T. II. Waters and son, Marion,made 'community with her parents at Sampson
f'f'I Quite a crowd from here went to ,I a business trip to Lake Butler Satur- I I I Mrs. Arthur Alvarez is on the sick City. I "

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'; ( i itI \ WAR FUND WEEKMAY2O-27




J S You are asked to assist in the American Red Cross Drive to raise One Hundred Million Dollarsfor

War Relief work.Organizations .

; have been perfected in the country to call upon you and give you an opportunity -

to do your share.

f Bradford County's Quota is Eight Thousand Dollars.

Y i The Red Cross must have this money. It needs it because there is a Nation in need of relief I,

which has stood as a buffer between the English-speaking people and their arch-enemy the Nation
to whom we owe a blood debt, whose men and women have given everything and whose little i:

..i i children have starved for over three long years. i

\ I We need it for our soldiers; and, when we say our soldiers, we mean not only our American men :

; but our English, our French, our Canadian, and all our Allied brothers. I

".' I We need it because we have a great military duty to perform, both constructive and destructive.

.S We must build what the Hun has torn down.

99' ? When the Red Cross solicitors call next week i
upon you GIVE---give until it hurts. Give to the I

Red'Cross every dollar, every cent that you possibly can---give till your heart says stop. I

You're regular, red-blooded, true-blue Americans. You love your country. You love that I

I'h. ' ping, snapping old flag. Your heart thumps hard when you think of the boys "over there". flan-'
St' loyal--- 100 per cent. I

55 While someone gives his life---what will you give?

Think a minute. Think what you can afford to give---then DOUBLE it. Ask your own soul

i how much it should be. All the Red Cross War Fund goes for War Relief.

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