Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 24, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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JLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918 NUMBER 47. '

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FRANK BOYLE SERIOUSLY !' STAKKEELL. REPRESENTE1: I ML1)IKI: LETTER: :,"'

NE FIFTH IS ILL, AT CAMP JACKSO.N CONGRESSMAN "0\' En Tit I<:IU-:." RED CROSS --- I "

Patriotic little Starke is well re- The following letter, written to A. I"J

Frank is the Lake Butler Boy \Vhc presented in England: and France dui Finley, of Cross City Fla, by Pri-! i

DAY SET FORREGISTRATION Wanted to Get in the trayLake" FRANK CLARKVISnSSTARKE ing these strenuous days by Net DRIVE NOW\ IN veto Riley Finloy, Hiudford\ county it ,

,I Langford, Clyde Thrower Georg soldier boy, from Cump Wheeler' will *&.

Butler, May 22.-A lelegratr, I Powell Willie Strmgffellow Ge< 1 be read with interest by his many 'H

was received here Monday from Camp : Anderson Zack Andrews, 11. friends> in this county. This! letter ill

Jackson, Columbia S. C., staling thai C. R'I i.id, and on last 'ki I lay Mi.. FULL SWIM was written just pieviously to his de- ,J q

Mr. Frank A. J. Boyle had an opera J. W. White received a wire from pa i.tun; for France, and by the time ?

tion performed for appendicitis. The 1Vnshington; stating that his son, n"y; this litter re-aches the public he" will '.

EN COMING OF AGE appendix was ruptured and he was ira SPOKE TO FAIR SIZED White, had arrived safely ovei''tuber ," BRADFORD COUNTY QUOTA bo well on his way to Fiance. t
condition Clay and John :Sharpe: forme \ Macon GaMr '
serious but was having I CampVhocler, ,
TO REGISTER FOR ARM1IUIRED the best medical attention. Anothei AUDIENCE TUES. NIGHT I residents of Staike, are also "Ove EIGHT THOUSAND_ DOLLARS; : A..1. Finley

telegram was received Tuesday stat Tht-ro" In the course of a fovv month I h ('11)55 City, Fin.

TO PRESENT: THEM. ing that they were glad to report his :MEETING NOT SO SPICAS illS thl're1'111 doubtless he quite it mini \Moirsr iirri.i: IOIU111.1: :" hour lirother: ,

,ELVES AT OFFICE OF LOCAL condition was better' and that ho stoodit DEHV1E WITH JOHN P. COFFIN bar of mir' men (transported to th. II.\I.F 'n-'ltllltH-BlWUI\: : It is with plonsurc' I write you n yi

HOARD IN STARKE much better than they thought he IN 1916 RACK: scene of al'l ion. EK: IS:; I.E:-\DING:' ; few lines to let you hear from mo and j

could. Two Statke:; bojs, Vernon Crosb; to let you know that I am leaving;
lion. Frank (Clark for and Willie hive thei I The second 1; ,1 Cross; drive sinethe .. ,
ednesday, June 5th, is the day set The readers of the Telegraph will many year Jones given: Camp Whoolor within the next few I I
rt for the registration of all younj retail to mind seeing( a letter published Congressman from the second district lives for their' country and l are nov beginning of tho win is now i In days for I"I'IUI"I'I ht'I'(' I will fuco

who have come of age since the a few weeks ago from Mr. Boyle and at present' a candidate for re slopping beneath French soil.. full swing throughout the Nation In the Hun and tight for Old Glory. I

titration on June 5th, 1917. Thi I to the sheriff, asking him to hurry' election spoke in Starke Tuesday ------ Bradford county nit army of patriot i l! am proud! to( know that I have the opportunity
1>1'1E NO'rispukes
the men must present up his! papers as he was anxious to night to a fair-aized audience at the citizens are waking every mint to go to Franco and give I

selves young for registration at the of get to the front. Frank is filled with gospel, tent on Call street. Some days that ran be spared from their I'I'ivlllenffllirs the old\ (ioi'minis a taste of what they ,

the Local Exemption Board at that true American spirit and no ago some of Mr. Clark's friendhad :May 22.-Mr. antilrs.: and at this writing evervthmiindicates havo inflicted, on/ the soldiers of our "
K of doubt will be credit to let !H be known to the xpeakerit' committee l'ndyIeod: were' the guests' at tho i that the county will give ih Allies
court house in Starke, between a our army II of the Red Cross drive that MM home of Mr: and Mrs: N Stokes on full of $iInon.() I .
i hours of 7 a. m. and 9pm. Then "Over 'rhe,e. afternoon quota I have been in the service for n your 1
in the several lie has many friends in Lake Butler services were available for a Red Sunday Reports received up to Wedm-sdit' and! I am well satisfied with conditions
|the no registrars Al who were grieved to hear of his CroHH speech in :Starke.; In view of Mrs Minnie: NeSmith anllIrl': night showed that about $1501) hai t generally. When wo cross! the
of the 1
Ing precincts county. sickness but hope that he will soon' the fact that Mr. Clark had not heretofore Rosa Douglass visited' their parent;, been subscribed Based on population I big semi and land in Franco I think ewe
k come to Starke to register :Mr and R. W. Sutur
:Mrs McLood
made Ked LibertyBond the town of Brooker lenilini
of before be well again.. Crows; or wens will soon round up the Huns. Asana
Jl persons coming age Mrs. S. B. Stephens, who has been speeches in Bradford (county the dny.Mr. I the entire county,.patriotic citizens in I leaving the United States on
to registration I
M 5th are subject committee took the position that it L T. Ohteen' made a busines! that having already subscribed ___ 'f I
the quite sick for a few weeks, we are community I nm trusting to God to
in
'only exceptions are persons would probably be best not to invite' trip to Brooker Saturday afternoon I $700. The committee thori in '
glad to is improving. return to my country soon, peace 'I'
say '
service of the Unit
'tary or naval Messrs. J. W. Townsend and son,, I him to do no in the cloning days of a ;Mrs R W :McLeod went shopping) ( has set $IOUO ns their goal and Ih.y,: mid happiness, tY stay with my fume ,

tates. Fritz A. E. Cone and Sam Singer left heated political campaign in which his over to Worthington Monday: mo working hard to bring their sub. ily. I trust Him to walk with mo, n
e penalty for failure to registei I candidate. The matter of inviting :\Ir.llnd Mrs. ":unos Thayer of LakButler ions that amount. i,
script to "Evento
foijiore here last Tuesday for Salt Springs a up talk with me and stay with mo,
nfinement in a federal prison on a fishing excursion. These are all both Mr. Clark and his opponent,, were the guests at the home< %Vakers.throughout the county the end of the journey" ns I am i

than one year service, and thereof in the expert' fishermen. On these jibbing Mr. Davis, was discussed but it wnfl of :Mr and :Mrs Tommy Pinkston on should remomber that the last hall going for the ilunl of tho Rod Whit ,
,
registration and excursions it is always a hard mat- finally decided that the meeting might Sunday of the quota will be I the (argent tr and Him-. God Mess our (country J t

ter to get A. E. to stop and get ready too easily turn into a political debateTo Remember Sunday School at Snrdi raise. It Is necessary therefore, fin Gootlb to nil. ..,
ersons Required to Register to home. avoid a confflict with both the church next Sunday Everybody: in- nil to lodoublo (heir i-lforlx Your brother, ,
male citizens of the go vitedEveivbody, .
persons Mr. Jesse Dicks old Bradford moving pictures and the revival meeting --.- -. . ,. Ptvt. RILIY: FINLF.Y, i
d States and all male person'Jlng an Clark's friends asked the help the Ued Cioss. . . .
:Mr. "
United States who county citizen, died"near Lulu Tues . : :: : : ;
in the - - -- 'I \MriMC\N: CIMTI:!) It MFOICM l 1 phKMINI.S
| ministers in charge of the tent to "per.
June 1917, day night of Brights disease. Mr.: .
since the 5th day ,
VAGRANTS -- -
the SENTIMENT AGAINST
f mil him to speak there following
pn or before the day set for region Dicks was 73 years of age, a nativeof religious services. The request was "1 believe. in the United States Raiford !May :.M.-.:Mr Walter Graham ; -

by the President's proolanv Thomasville, Ga., and a member of acceded to and at 9:30: Mr. Clark b' GROWING STRONGER of. Amerii-n as a government of who haM been visiting his pareants I'
I
the church for the last
attained the age of 21 years Baptist thrity- his speech, to an audience of about the people, by the people anti for for the past few week, loft Monday ,
five years. His remains were interred gan In (;('lIrjri'L.'lpnIuIII! Work or Go> 10< .1
register. The only exceptions: 200 In which women and children the people, whoso just l powers sire for Jacksonville! to join the colors :t
persons
rsons in the military or naval Wednesday at the New Zion cemetery, predominated. lie spoke for Jail-Florida I Sheriffs Asked to derived from tlio consent of tin) I, Ho was aicompiiniod his father, a

e of the United States, which Rev Pack Blackwelder conducting the more than an hour and at times wan 1Iforl't''lIjtrancy: Land a governed; u ilomoeriioy\ << ill n rtpub- I I Mr. W S Graham.: 4 1,

es all officer and enlisted mer fneral service. Mr. Dicks leaves' to liberally applauded. As pretty much lic, a sovereign tuition, of many ' !Miss 1"1'111.hith.n., who has linen :
r-
morn his loss a wife, two sons and A move'merit which is growing ill .1'I 1
|e Regular Army, the Navy thee all readers of the Telegraph know, he + sovereign state: perfect! << Union, attending the :Mmlison High School,
National (Guarc one daughter We sympthi/.o.: with popul rtteverywhere during them j jI j
Corps! and the is an adept when it comes to makinga om insepainble, established on returned to her home Saturday<<
:Militia while in the serf the bereaved oncse' in their great sor- war timeongmated in New ..JerseyMaryland thus. of freedom ;
'
aval << ptimipK'H equality and
,political speech" and he turned many Went and olhestates I I :Misses\ HeliMi Nuiinght, I.ooa
< the United States, and, odicerOfficers row.Judge points to the disadvantage of his opponent I Virginia clime for ablt I. jtistucnnd humanity foiuhiih Nora Johnson IIIK| Mr. Avery Tisott J .
of it
and en- J. R. Kelly, Madison, was making a I J
Reserve Corps Ameiicun lots sncrilicod
I pat IWI" .
Mr, Davis wan not presentto visitors to Lawtey Friday.Mr y
be idle regular!
Reserve in Lake Butler this week in the inter- bodied men to or not ;
in the Enlisted their und foitum-s
men est of :Mr. Chas E. Davis, candidate defend himself and<<1 Mr. Clark hada employed The stato of Georgia! ii is I I lives '. 'I : l and :Mrs K: I Ilurney: \ and chile ..
while in active service "I I therefore beliovo, it duty
free hand at dissecting the Madison my
I services
maktnun to work Iron<< of Lnwtoy\ attended
for Congress who was in Lake But- taking steps to go ,
"
..sons not subject to registration.tount : man's record He consumed about t. to my country to love it, to suppoit 'I
I
ler some time and addressed the or go to jail. The following < of being in the military 01 ago half hour in Knowing what lie I. \ its constitution. \ to obey. its! '
people. Many: of our citizens wore I an up in the Washington Star: i : Llossva nail dludys; Reynolds '
States be- laws to und tn defend
service of the 1'nited thathis respect its flag
: to registration and are very favorably impressed with him I considered the many bad things memberof "A tlnJlI a. (ia., !May 1.-A rigid pre 'I. it against enemies" spent, the I \vi'i'k-i\nl\, with friend l I
i subject and feel that Mr:\ Davis could fill the I opponent hUll done, aa cess of tlimmntiion of ,work slacker lilt SappM C ,,
reil to register immediateely up- the legislature, and his suportersin . . . . .
such military or naval ser- bill if elected). lustilywhenever his Item inaugurated in (Georgia, end I. !. ! : ">. linoih: Gntfitb; of Lawtey, was I
ving, :Mr :M. J. Sapp of New River, cam 1 the audience applauded 'culntnl to dmposo of vagrancy amgenital 1'\1/1\:> I: ('.\NMNG: : ; I'L\NI: n visitor heir Sunday. "

>i alien who enters the United to Lake Butler Tuesday to attend the he made 'ommt'nt.ltoltl'.hl'r a 'particularly, no-iuc-ountedness uftiithi :M.UMII> (:!) i'p' 'irnsim' ::> ) :'ii .... Ruby 1'1I1'lIdl and 1 Miss Mild-: I'l'l11.
strong point or witty ( '
speaking of )Hon Frank Clark. :.VrSnpp wi,,r. ; tin ,
date Ii'il Hi-nilrv. of It Myers, nro
for the first time after the ,< s I .\( it was probably a ICI"
for registration l h v' the President< is a candidate, for 1 Uopic.sri"iative from the C'lark .standpoint I \ card system will lie introdiicvi The II A. HIHI\<'I' Company's cun- guests of Mr. and :.Yrsi R II. Weaver. 1

t to registration, unless from this county, and says hat the and tuippreHnedexcitement whiiiliy, very laborer must !I" nbli ping factory sturUil operations Tui-s- ;Miss .Mario Simmons: who has been, iI .
subject he has not had much time to bo hut it lacked spice ,,10 'iiliior his curd on demand to prow' and i
leclures his intention. to become a us (the occasion of :Mr.Clirk's !pi day with a foniof nboul Tri vvoikoixTho visiting lit the liuiiii of Senator 4 (
o '
off the United States among his lends us he would like I visit Starke when I' he Ins been actively l'n11loy"thllt\ arrival of their first supply of Mrs A, I D ,\niliows, returned to her "
last to
''itlzens en of the United States:; ors to have, as ho hits been very busy 'colTin him with day 'I'he card is to I le punched bj cans was delayed<< or cunning woulilhnvo 1 home in nnd"I'MUIIV.dlll'II.IIIY.. ''i
prodding
John ". was .
ton who havi declared their in- hunting the Hun boll weevil, but he his connection, with the CBBCof RusBel the employer every night as evidence be<'n started several days ng> i !Prof, mid :Mrs' i L, II. Futih, of ""w. I i i'I r,

citizens of the says his friends! will remember him Clark that the work was done.Citoigi.i The plant is now tunning under full try woio, vihtiots 1 hole Sund ly. I
whom I
len to become the old moral leper
ed States who do not register ontint at the polls. fended before the United States I municipalities will be asked I gleam and it 14 pxncitcd,, t that the first : Mrs \Horn Tmon and family were I II

from the territori- Mr. Willie .\n ( of absence court Jacksonville. "
Tuesday returning in a licuu- < u system effective shipment Saturday I I :Mi\ llinry liiirni and family, of .!
Clark will be recalled

:mit'i to of registei the United within States fire show are af-re- tiful new Buick car, which he purchased by Coffin all who and were present ut the Governor; Cotta! has already Issuedn Although the bean<< growers bin I 1 u Lawloy<< spent Sunday\ here, tho guests ,

while there. I proclamation culling upon tht bail season for starting their crop<< they of r relatives.
Stutes."trant'l that Mr. Clark I
United Coffin
eir return to the lion. Frank Clark spoke to the vot- time charged !nliengs to rigidly enforce the Florida I .
With have worked out I the difficulty re i, Quite n number of Ruifor dyoung '
and Others' Charged had left on nick !leave ami '
congress
ers of Lake Butler Tuesday in the interest vagrancy laws which penalize idlenesltlor maiknbly well and hundreds of hampers pooplo attondoil the Peter! Pan' Minstrel -
Regulations his absence" had defended theold
of These
owledge the force of his candidacy for Congress during being without continuous employment are being. delivered<< to the factory in Starko Weilnosilay night
Mr. Clark
ese regulations have to succeed himself. Mr. Clark is a Jacksonville reprobate. !. .. every day A visit to the plant Mr. Clnremo<< Ritih who ffor some
"effect 1 of law, and all persons re- fluent speaker and has many friends showed by the congressional record I is very interesting and will convince iron has boon holding a position in
Mi by these regulations to be re- that he had been excused' on business. ("1\Y HILL "NOTES J
who of course will stand by him. I anyone that it in ono. of Stnrke'i in}- 1'<<'I'ry, returned home Monday. I
red, and all persons to claim any Mr. E. Klondes, of Starke, but form- lie said that he had transacted the porant industries I After n series of meetings, lusting
in respect of any business which brought him to Florida :Mr. George ___ __ I
lit; or privilege erly of Lake Butler, has opened up I Clay Hill, !May 22 --C- for two weeks onduitod\ by Rov C.
'strant are charged with knowl-! another restaurant here and reports and was Mopping over in Jacksonville Wilkinson, Jr., und sister' ;Mrs Ilor-[ :MUM File Expense: Accounts ,: I'. Thornton, the Second Adventist

t_ of the provisions hereof. Fa ii- that business! is the best ever. for the night; that Russell mOil Grand, of .f,9cklionvilleoA were -- 1' ("briHtmn. (hunh, wits orgnni/od' hero

f tr'by any person required to be re- :Mrs. B P. Wilson has returned heard of his presence in the city and I pleasant visitors in our little burg Next :Monday, !May 27th Is the last mutiny under the supervision, of Rev.
iatcred to perform any duty preiibed importuned him to assist in his defense ISunday. day for candidates to file their second '
home, after having visited a week I II!I. V. Skipper and ( P Thornton. The
! by these regulations U a mislemeanor with her daughter, :Mrs. Frilly, of ; Russell had been a friend of I Mr: Eddie: Carter visited :Maxwell expense accounts Failure to file this rmmborhhip of the new body consists
punishable by imptiaon- i Brooksville. I his! and he finally yielded to hU importunities Sunday. statement will disqualify it candidikto 0' forty-flvo" members '

sent for one year and may result in :Mr. W. W Douglass left Tuesdayfor and went into the rase. I :Mr Lucas Wilkinson and 1 family and I prevent his name from being I, :Mi .f. F ('n nova and. family, of I.lurko /

ts of valuable rights and privileges Ellonton to visit her daughter I The debate was dramatic throughout sent to Jacksonville Saturday, returning printed on tho primary ballots Thofact ; wero visitors bore Sunday. 14
induction into tho mil- but a debate between them at additional to that i "
id Immediate the same day. that no expense und
:Mrs. Florrie Hamilton, who is at present Mr; and Mrd.: Sum Dunmark
roy service. very ill. Lake Butler, a few days later was evenmore II :\1 i.?l's l Rosia and \Porn C rtpr vl!<- covered<< by this first stale-mont bun I iltlo son, feed, of Mulberry, are the

etion 5 of the act approved May :Mr. John Chancy, of Jacksonville, HO. \t Lake Butler Mr. Coffin ito.oJ 1 Misses Alice and Clara Prescott boon incurred does not relieve a I'lIn-1 quests of the' former's parents, Mr.
Any added to his onslaught by telling of the of filing\ the ,
1917, provides- 8uFloiay. date from noreNxily .
Butler Donmark.Miss
formerly of Lake wag in our and :Mrs S. 11
shall fail or revto the conviction of Russell In spite of and Nelson I'. I'res- If then has been
wilfully
n who to \Ii E. Carter second statement. who
cityIonday.: He was on his way : Eva,: Anderson, of S'.ipp,
himself for registrar the array of legal talent engaged for I went to Jacksonville Saturday. no additional expense the candidate ,
present [Tomesville where he will be in the L-ott I Tor the past week has boon<< the jtllpstlof
to submit thereto as hereind imnloy of the Creosote Plant. bin defense.d. of his subsequentflight shiiitf, L. W. Wilkinson arrested! a must file a sworn ntutornetit showing I ;Mr and :'olr.V.. I. Roberts, re-

shall he guilty of a mis- Mr. W. R :Moran and aunt Miss from the state while he wa out ni-ifto last week and 1 took him before this to bo tho case Tho Btatements I: liirned to her homo Sunday. f
I
uprlr'1on; > on bond awaiting the outcome of an of the I Peace, lie wasfound to be filed with the clerk of the
nor and shall, upon < Kl'a Werts left lust Sunday for Palmetto thi' Justice pre Mr.I f II Cuson, of Jacksonville\ ,
of the United appeal to the supreme court. lie of attempting to murder court. I I
district court Fla., to spend' a while with re- guilty pent the wock-end l bore<< with his fur.I .
having jurisdiction i thereof, I chided Mr.! 'lark unsparingly about miiiher negru at HighluniL' Sheriff -- I II .
I
lltlVCS.Mr. I.uthe'w-o.-ort'he; ; '
I with of naval reserve,
claiming friendship a man him to the county 'y.Mr.
GElTriE : A. S':. Crews, one of Bradford'county's Wilkinson carried Tale P. Denmark was u busi
I home !
MISS BELLGertie RiiMsel'i degraded, character, and :Mr.Clark Green Cove Springs was at over Sunday.
i able lawyers was in Lake j ad at I ass visitor to Lnwti-y Monday.
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.lost his and assaultedhim. 1Irs.: I !
temper visited 1
t Bell, a prominent young Butler this WI'I.'k.Ir.: Crews Is a Coffin showed fight and clinched i Mi-s Mamii Prescott :MUST osi-vflARGI.V i : : OF Mr. and :Mrs. A. J. Johnson and L

J of Maxville died in this city candidate RenreBentative, Group but friends ''J.. W Wilkinson Sunday.dude' Wim- PROFITS SET: BV II1.\'II.UI: I! Riteh were in Worthington Spring I
with the congressman see visited :Mrs
(day afternoon after a short illThe !. Ile is a Bradford county boy well them before either sustainedany u crowd iunihiy.; I III

body was prepared for 1 1."own to us all, able and qualified to arat/d bcrly Saturday night church Federal ,Food Administrator IIrut ,,-

by Marcus Conant and, accom- fill the position he seeks. injury. :Mr Horace Starling attended on> Bvucham has issued. notice to all :aunt lyt

the bereaved relatives, was U. D. c7cAl7l7MEETINC AND at Maxwell Sunday. feelers handling( corn products und Likewise the retailer will be hold I Ito
by -
and l wife Mrs. II I I
I
..I'd last night to Maxville for GIVE $-)0.00 TO RED: CROSSOn I :Mr L. W. Wilkinson wheat flour substitutes that margins strict accounts for over charges, or
nt.-Times-Union May 11th. work of the Red Cross in this coun- I Daisy Lang and Barney Lang, motored of profit as suggested by the United -barges above the per contago: allow. ,

... .-- try and on the battlefields. The tent Tuesday afternoon the local U. t' )I to Lawtey Sunday. States Food! Administration must he ?d him. .
E COUNTY JUDGE ON was well filled with an attentive au- D. C. met in call session at the home ;Mr L. S. Carter and Nelson Pres- observed. This moans that the priceof I No excuse: will be taken for violsInns '
CHARGE of this pf the president, :Miss Amelia Ray, the motored to Jacksonville on ''r f I
BOR RECRUITING dience and the colored people colt over corn meal grits, hominy barley of the margin rulings, no mater -

vicinity were well represented. Col. purpose of the meeting being to arrange .'rlliay. flour oat meal, oat flakes' and similar !- : whether it i is case of the dealer t

y Taylor, colored of Brooker, D. E. Knight Rev. T. L Z. Barr and important business! of the Chap. Mrs Daisy Lang went to Jacksonville products, rice etc., must not be, having. bought on n high market or "

fore Judge Gardiner :Monday Rev. W. G. Law were among the ter.Mrs. ) last week made extortionate because of the national I whether ho is overstocked. The Food '
recruiting or enticing : J. M. Alverez submitted a report Carter attended churchat
d with speakers The addresses were interspersed Mr Henry I necessity for consuming; these Administration has pointed out that
labor Taylor is employed of the play Peter I'an Minstrel, :Maxwell Sunday. dealers than
with patriotic songs. foods! in greater proportion In an endeavor where havp"i,1 more
Turpentine Co., last week for the benefit of < visited her mo-
Tanner
Buddington given Miss May I to save wheat flour. : tbe present price they run risk of

it; warrant charged; him with THURSUVY HALF IIOLIim relief. After all expense were paid tar. Mra. David Iliggmbotham, nearifrtwell Complaints have been registered loss through spoilage in endeavoring ( ''I .
laborers employed by the sum of $53.33 was realized. It : Sunday. old. and the ,
g away with Administrator Beacham, that in to hold stock at \ levels 'I
lemons with promise of higherThe A petition was circulated this week wns unanimously voted that the Chapter I Little Miss flora (Grand of Jacksonville many places these products are being first loss through reducing prices It "-'

evidence was not suffi' among the Icfcal merchants asking give $50.00 to the Red Cross Drive spent Saturday and Sunday sold at a higher price than wheat the smallest loss. I
the charge and thewaa of business which U in progress this week. Plans with her cousin. :Miss Irene Wilkinson I
support them to close their places flour, and a survey of conditions The whole thing in a nutshell means \
discharged from custody.represented on Thursday afternoons during the were discussed for making more mon- show that none of the products name that prices must come down to a prop-.

II by Attorney I). months of June, July and August: to ey for war relief. :Mr. Cuyler Wilkinson, Jr., made a should, be that high in price :Mr. fr level, and the consumer should in

Ight. give their employes an afternoon off The financial committee, :.fee r lames business trip to Green Cove SprinJCThlJr.day ; It'd has given implicit instructions making purchases be sure that he Is
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J. M. Alvarez R. A. Weeks and J. P.
ONMOND.tY for recreation during the hot summermonths. evening. I : to all county food administra not paying(' a price above what Is Just I II
cROSS MEETING NIGHT With the exception of one Tomlmson, desire to sincerely thank MUs Pearls Padgett: visited Mills tors to Immediately ascertain the All complaints as to overcharging:
business! man all those who gave their services, advertised Irene and Katie Wilkinson Sunday. I with the county
or two merchants every wholesale price of those products, and Khould\, bo registered
i ntown signed the agreement to clone, bought tickets or in anyway -- -- case where wholesalers are food administrator, J. E.: Futch, or to'oat
meeting was well known citizen every
Red Cross Weeks Chapter U. Elam Glisson, a
W. T.
using the
of these few to sign helped Heaihsm at Orlando
refusal allowed } Administrator
and but the charging more than the margins:
t the tent Monday night C. in its efforts to make for of McRae Clay county, was transacting
the off D money
I prominent local speakers de- \will probably half holiday result in. calling this most worthy cause.! \ business in Starke Thursday! ,. them. they will be called to ac Fla.k \ .
of the
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY MAY 21, 19111II

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1\ r. :;.. 1Week's I voluntarily or otherwise I ku, on the western shore of the Caspian --'j von Below, is reported to have been ([legions to help crush the next--r;. :

I sea in trans-Caucasi, the MUMsulI definitely located i nfront of Arras. I offensive, the allies are findm- ,.
. 1'' I MONDAY mans and Uolhheviki have fought a I This army is said to be made up of isfuction i nthe fact that Hi, ,, ''r
t Summary of the War Huns Still Withholding Ihealened I battle in which, according to Moscow units which were thrown into the mans have as yet been Unil,;, ,? ,
: Offensive newspapers, two thousand persons great battles on the Somme and along I launch a new blow in the 0' >. .ci
-- ---------- I Although the Germans in Flanders were killed and 11,000 wounded the Lys, and! it is believed that it has which Berlin! had expected 1 to. '*
I I Ii I Irwe i I nnd Picardy are keeping up inces ant. been brought up to the Arras frontto decisive one of the war. '
1 HI DAY from St. Quentin in :March by
I Ily their preparations for a resumptionof TUESDAY: lea dthe coming attack on the allied For the most port the (Germn; .
,
Kalian Front |the Scene of \t'livity- the fuggy misty which conditions prevailing their spring drive, there is us yet Allies Gain Ground and Prevent Germans positions nt that point. The German shown but little of their haluti.' .n. .'
during the
Italians Victorious enemy masses no indication that un attack on large From Offensive intensive "
a Taking reserves are undergoing
ing spirit along the
line
in :
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could be moved to the selectedfor I F' e.
Among the ragged peaks of the point scale is immediately imminent.For The allied armies urenot permitting training far behind the actual They have been thrust burl|. t' !t
the heaviest stroke without i 1'1+ i .
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Aslngo plateau, the Italian front bus com- I several weeks past the enemy the Germans to "get set" for a seri- fighting fornt and are expected to sectors and the allies have ar
under allied aerial observation. It "''II' ,,1
my
again flamed into violent action. The has been engaged assidiously in bring- ous blow at the western front. Here reach the front in time for the next in winning ground which ?,' : therefore be the will! |I.
I'; aggressive has been taken by the may enemy purpose ing guns and supplies of all kinds and an dthere along the line there have smash at the allies. It is pointed out great importance in the future (.t|
to await similar conditions
Italians however, and the AustroGcrmun | essaying also new forces to reconstitute the been sudden blows at the German po- that the German attack March 21 was the Germans have |but
counteract ,,
1'a his second I ,
forces instead of launching I great push. units which the American, British andFrc'n'h sitions and in all of them ground was timed so that the Germans were able only one instance, and this , j ?
f' I German public is mm l
their long expected assault on the opinion being prepared captured the allies. take of the mnj+
I gUlls cut to pieces as he triedat by to advantage bright moonlight was carried out so slowly I
., Italian lines, have been compelled, to by Chancellor von Hertling and various points to break the allied The French have done the most of for several nights. The moon such lack of dash that it mud .\\lln|
others for the imminence of wa ,
'i) fight hard to maintain the positions. I renewed line and the feeling now is that the this work. On the front east and now is just past the phase which sig.nall'd broken up. < a.ily]
r, The lighting seems to have centered heavy fighting. On the allied side is northeast of Loere the northern I St.
I work fairly well done and that any on the advance from Quentinand The attacks of the French
' t on the comparatively short section of confidence is expressed in outcome, day may witness the commencementof side of the Lys salient in northern I Cambrai, and the long expetced cre, on the northern side of near the LO.
particularly with the Germans
1, the battle line between Monte Asolone I crippled another great offensive.As France and just to the west of Kenv attack may be launched at any time. salient and of the Australians KJ
in
I IL'' and !Monte Pertica. These two heights reserve power through their before
men, where some of the more intense German submarines currying
are
ready is the /for the Amiens which have
as ,
losses in the earlier attack, while the enemy already been
1'1. rise to an altitude of about ,OOO feet, 1 reo
fighting of the war has been goingon unrestricted warfare against Nor-
battle, stand the allied armies fit on ported, now to have
number of its men on the Franco-Bel so appear been
1'- while between them there is a sort of more
the French have advanced their
gian front. The total far as men and gun power are con- wegian shipping. successful than at first understr,0i,
"saddle" which the Teutonic forces I mileage of front + J.I J.
(
on line
Itf over a two-mile front. Far to the Raoul Lufberry, American who has
cerned, and confident that advan Near Locre the French
held the American no have
by indeed nut
have taken strong positions. Both troops, only)
f. up south near Rheims, the French have been regarded the best aviator in
as
tage will be gained them I taken
over strongly fortified
i revealed to be in the third exceptas point, ,
, the Vienna and Rome official statements greatest advanced lout
into the enemy's position the American air service, was shot
has been usual the of have made
the French, by payment they secure lines
first
standing the British on
tell of bitter fighting on this (ath
;is far as the third line of trenches. down in flames and killed this morning
;
I second and the American exceedingthe an awful price in men fed to the side of hill 44 which they ,
... .particular front. The reutptiredmcntly. l
Australians on theother front by a big German triplane whichhe
guns. Large number of Americans The
i Australians
,, The fact that the Italian armies Belgian total. before too hive,
Amiens have been active and
daily are being brought to the front, was attacking. Lufberry jumped which
t While the rival forces are thus poised won ground is of tactful ,1111"1, "
have
improved their positions. from his flaming plane when eight
fightin for the clash in tho West, important ready for immediate service. tance along the Amiens sector"
Heavy artillery firing is reported hundred yards above the ground lie
hove sought to carry the fight to theenl'my developments appear to be impending Meanwhile: the big guns continue tc from several points along the front, had seventeen victories to his credit. The French still seem to In- I the
in the Far roar in mighty duels on various i most active of the forces:: n*
i in such a way as. to break up East. German ag- sectors it being esepcially severe near Han'Kard The German machine which brought th"
any arrangements for the launchingof gresion in Russia has reached a point and here and there small btndsof and south of the Avre, near Am- Lufberry down, which was armed tente nations. They have again cngui,
where the Entente is infantry constantly are leaving ed in raiding operations near ).
strong: Teutonic assault. press clamoring iens. The 'German also heavy as.irr
: machine with
report with two an -
for their trenches in raids guns operator on the flank of the German ,
smaal linn jj
While the fighting has been very counter-measures, and some action or at- cannonading in the region of Kem- for each apparently a
piece, escap-
fierce east of lircnta, the whole Ital of this nature is apparently aboutto tacks. I ed. stands spice the advance! towerht! +.
ian line from Lake Garda to the I'iave be taken, at least as far as the The latest of these small affairs, mel.The American sectors have been Ieus.
and thence to the sea has been marked safety of the peace of the Far East ; where a bit of ground was requiredhas the scenes of fierce aerial battles. The WEDNESDAY: On the American: front thenhai, ,
by patrol engagements- Nowhere and probably of Siberian integrity are I been successfully carried out by Americans suffered a severe loss when been the usual lively e"i-htrj"" ",f ar.
have the Italian lines been reached by concerned. the British in the capture of the vil- Knoul Lufberry, of Wallingford, Conn. Huns Plani Defeated by Activity of tillery fire but no Infantry liirhting
tt attacking parties of Austrans. The action, it is understood is to I lage of Ville-Sur-Ancre, on the Amiens one of their most famous air fighters, Allied! Forces I IOi n'C'i'red. The same -3 f t'he|,
In Flanders and IMcardy, only heavy be confined for the present to China sector. Not only was the position taken went to his death in a thrilling en- Striking viciously at the enemy at situation in the Italian war tin .iter
artillery fire has marked the fighting/ and Japan, who with Entente assent, but with it SCO; prisoners and counter above tile city of Toul. The various points along the western bat A report from Athens state that
during the last day. American gun- are to co-operate in protecting Man- twenty machine guns fell into the Germans have lost several machines, tle front, meeting each outburst of Turkish troops in Asia Minor hate
ners have been at work in the general churia, with the possibility that the I hands of )o'ieldIarshal: Haig's troops. one of which is believed to be the one German artillery with a thunder of mutinied, and that a force -u-it to
bombardment that has been going on operations may be extended into Siberia In raiding operations northwest of that accounted for Lufberry.In cannon fire and maintaining the mas- quell them has deserted.
and have again set buildings in Mont as a more effective defensive Albert and near Hamel, the British the Italian theatre of the war the tery of the air in every sector from Japan and China have com > to an
i' did+er in flames. Here and there have measure.In also were enabled to take additional fighting in the mountains east of the the North Sea to the Swiss frontier, understoniilng relative to the "carrying -
been patrol engagements Great Britain the Irish question prisoners and machine gums Brenta river continues, reports tellingof the armies of the entente allies are out of joint military operations 'm
A looms large again with the announced preventing the Teutonic armies from Siberia. It was announced
daring raid on the Austrian naval That the Germans have the struggles on the slopes of the same time
base at I'olu has been made by Italian discovered of "treasonable conspiracy of Petrograd in capture evident mountains.The quietly perfecting their preparationsfor ago that these operations would! he f directed .
units, and an Austrian battleship of with the German enemy" on the from their latest prospect seems in French troops in Macedonia coming battlf-t. With the knowledge only to insuring the ,,-curity
the 20,000-ton type has been torpe- part of certain Irishmen and the making the Gulf of Finland. Here operations they have have taken the offensive near Lake that the passing of each day of each country's interests in !Manchuria \ .
doed.It of hundreds of arrests in Ireland. taken the island of Bjorko, which lies Ochrida and have advanced to a depthof brings to the fray new American :Mongolia and the Far East
has been announced from Wash The government's descent upon the only thirty northwest of the Russian more than twelve miles at some
ington that an official order has been Sinn Fein headquarters and leading capital. points. The object of this operation =- .:-: -
JHKHi'd the soviet personnel was sudden and bold! and -
s by government of Dispatches from HUllinlhow that appears to be the straightening out -
Russia calling for the formation of the rounding up process was accompanied again there is considerable activity in of an awkward salient i nthe line. -
an army that will fight for the security by disorders. trans-Caucasia and in Persia. At Ba- The unrest which has bee nreportedfrom r
of the Russian republic, which The bringing of the conscription to time to time from Austria in III'
has been menanced by the aggressionof a head seems likely to result from thegovernment's Children's Coughs and Cold spite of the efforts of the censor has The U. S. FoodAdministration

the Germans. action, and with it may For children's coughs and coldsChamberlain's again boiled up in Prague, where
come the solution of the problem as Cough Remedy In ex- crowds of Czechs and slavs have cheered Asks
SATURDAY to how far Ireland may be counted cellent. It is prompt and effectual and for Priesident Wilson and Premiers till
American Now Block Path of Rune upon to swell the British manpower Clemenceau and Lloyd Goerge. I'I'
I contains no opium or other narcotic, the circulation of recipes i providing for
for the fight against either I
,
Germany
to English Ports : __ and is pleasant to take-Adv. 5-3-Ct. A new German army, led by Gen. "
the of and other
American troops are awaiting the use corn coarse flours
time when they will be thrown into to save wheat for our Allies. II':
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battle on an entirely new part of the 'lip
'il
battlefield in France. The 1 =-= - .r
annouuncement -

waving that with the the Stars British and Union Stripes Jack are \ r "A Great Net of Mercy drawn throughan iJ I Calumet Baking LI''I

and the French Tri-Color on this buttlofii'ld Ocean of Unspeakable Pain" I

I,I, Kiiiil that the Americans were

occupied completing, their ft'ool"hkh/ training are in the blockingthe area : (fheAmericanRedCrossjFE' 1111 Il Powder Company

path of the Germans: to the chan-
nel /ports, which may indicate that Complies 'I'Ifilii ::1'

somewhere along the line from :Mor- I' -... _....;;I' ,\-; >c'+": f 1 ...... ::: filii !I'
villa to Ypres is the point where Gen j
Jill With! a new WarTime Recipe book
IVrHhing's will consplendid -
men once more strike * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ... 1
the Germans. to aiin ? F - new recipes, ,

This, is the fifth section of the front The Call From No Man's Land corupi"y; : (ty to : war-time 1111,
wh'emer <'nns have been located '111 meet
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I.I -'e"oo"o', .. ."--r.d
j The others are: Hast: of Luneville, //1 i 1 i for it 41
northwest of Toul, north of St. Mihiel today
.. and on .the heights of the blouse. and I 1/1/III
in the Montditlicr sector of the Miss Maude Marie Costello, one of Ameri

dy battle area. How many 'Picar-I I SY 1IIIIfi II ca's foremost Authorities; on Scientific 'I
IJ
lire behind the British front and I
they arrived are as yet unknown. It I I ,' .. Cooking! and Pure Foods, in a recent interview !ail I'I'f i
is probable that they are not to be III f said:- l
used as n separate unit but will be I w I
brigaded with the British. I6yy I "Like everyone I am especially in '
During the day the activity of the I. terested at tins time in SAVING i ll!

! enemy has been most pronounced at I j, I fl[11 WHEAT and saving it in the most
. the tips of the gailent driven into allied l economical way; therefore, I use I
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lines in the Ypres and Somme I CALUMET BAKING POWDER I
+, r There was a notable increase in the 1 because it has more leavening II I'
German artillery fire on the Lis front It I strength than most baking powdersand
I in front of Ilnzebrouck. \ is moderate !
I in price. I find It
: I The perfect weather that has prevailed I 1\ especially successful and it brings
no
for several days over the entire
I failures or waste. Use it with Corn U
western front has led to an unusual 'I4 III
number' of battles between aerial i[ meal and other coarse flours. "

squadrons.seems In to these have combats suffered the heavily enemy i1 ij// You Save When You Buy It ,

, and while the allies have not escapedunHonthed ; You S3.veVhen I
', they appear to)> have maintained You Use It
their ma-tery of the air. .
All alone the front in France the %- iJcJ l.It.: Calumet- is LJsad in the Army and Navy IIII lit
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tension under, which the men are s" 1 - - II III
working him. been reflected by the I
I large number of trench raiding forays ._ JIIII Calumet Baking Powder Co. fill

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Nowhere, however ,* there been a -
i 1 conflict more( than -kidmish-- r,. I\ 4100 F lilmorc St. Chicago, Illinois !

I There have been tn> more reports r, . ,& ,. I L .
from Rome or Vienna: relative to op ,4..ry II c % M_. _
orations the =
, I on Italian front, where -
Thursday the I Italian- made determined I : -
attacks on Austrian pomtion.scast ---
of the Brenta( liver. M Ii
A summary of the military .situationon i

British the western general front stuff given states out that by another the. I When You Get Right Down To ItT I

terrific attack by the German
in. imminent. It is indicated that tho .p _
t,, British expect the new attack to be on ,
as great a settle at that March 21. iih I / you cannot do better than'' n
Ih I
I make your automobile ft''
repair
SUM1YIndicntinnx ' J

I + Point to Renewal of German : a / understand just what is reqii>"'' "f Offensive. on Large Scale : and
can often save mar, 'x'
you
Nearly three weeks have passed
since the German offensive, begun on : 1 t pensive work later on if you IP 11
March 21 dwindled down at its final I '-r inspect your Ware
f r car occasionally.
active point in futile assaults. on the .+
, j Flanders front. Every: indication, I / I practical people and have rca

however, point to the probability that ( i sonable prices.
the coming week will witness its sr 'J
\ ' newal. re-I I i/ I We will\ have another shipmentof

The Entente Allied staffs, so far as< r the famous Briscoes in this
their opinion can be learned, appear
convinced that the enemy bus about / , week.
completed its reorganization and readjustment +
f of forces and that he la A
a only awaiting weather suitable to his .
purpose to stiles his new blow. Briscoe Sales & Service Company

: Fair weather Is reported from the .1. .
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battlefront but apparently this is not : ta.. STARKE, FLORIDA
to the German's liking. It is recalled

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs the rear of the pulpit and a chartwith II I I. _____ eI Sunday.Mr. '

?WUfl..Vfbl, -...'...................'.."s.mn.easrw............... I the names on the roll of honorI II I I, draluim.; :May 21.'olr.Va....:!, wife Geiger; Hurry' and wife, of New I t I!. t.I r ,'
hung a
side. ,
its .
/ by River
I il son have: returned to their homo attended church hero Sunday.
i The following is the list of nnme: Mr. and tiles Smilhe and HOD, Joe,
: H t llantliorne They have boon here
State ,
Live !
Newsr.eMwwww.An..rn.ua.auu..w I Claude Addixon, Randolph Addison, II I \iMtmK, their daughter, Mrs.' A. Lane of Hastings, were the guests of :Mr. 1'

Rout Bhmchurd, Marcus Brown Wil- I MISH: Viiinio iiccniupanii'd tho mhomo.Mr uiiil :Mrs. (George Stone Sunday. ',.;d (r rMr.
r.rwuwr. .._...._... mot Brown, Henry Barney Arthur : '' Maude: Graves mild n business, I Joy KoliertM, wife and l son, Roy j ) t
I Told by Our Exchanges.: I IIr Butler George Cousins, Arthur Griffta I I trip to (;iamesvillo Monday./ ., iittoiiilcil church here Sunday.Mr. J :'

James Hannan Raymond Hess I t I :Miss Florence Walker, of Hastings, : iunney, of Louise, attended fl"fl".Jr. ";
=-- 'I' Rufus Jackson, Albert Jennings Ed i iI is here visiting her church here Sunday. If'"
To parents '
:Sarasota will soon be designated asa 'the honor a Honda mail (carrier belongs :Marr, John :Mare, Owen Marr, Reedy I :Mr. Odell/ Abernathy and wife, of Rev McGuire of ralatkn. t filled his 9..

grading place for airplanas. This ism the and the credit for making 1It<'Crary. Alexander Ott, Arthur . A Jacksonville\ are! here at the bedsideof regular appointment here. Saturday \f.{ {
| 'ordance with plans mapped out largest number of sales of war Pearce, Harold Pearce Howard Ran 1. his father, :Mr. E. i). Abernathy and Sunday.Mr. :
ac rhE signal corps in Florida savings stamps of any postal carrier dal, Theophilus l Reddish Arthur Sapp, Your I :'olrAlma Currency and children, : Jesse Odtfen motored over to f !: l' j

b) savings the stamps of any postal carrier Mike Schunk, Pete Schunck, Brooks Compare Baby'sFirst of Brooker, visited relatives here on Waldo Sunday afternoon.Awiy ,I ; J
in the
United
States. This honor Starling Ernest Wells, Delmur Wilke- Friday. t
The Oelrny Catsup factory is now belongs to John :Muench, a city carrier son, Evan Wilkeson, Marion Wilson, Four Years Mrs. Minnie .
running full time. Many of the in the Tampa pohtoifioe. He was of Carl Wootcn. (If any one has been Burgess visiting relatives .r '
grower in that section have stopped tidally in the postoffice bulletin for overlooked it is by error and the week. and friends at Brookor this witr, DEADLY;1 POISONS I '\ .. ,t,

shipping' and are letting the factories April as leading all carriers in the pale name will be added to the list on request With This Mr. Will .,','
Jones is on the sick list. '
to that I '
;avi their tomatoes. up date, about ir.,000; since of family. We wish for him speedy
that time Muench has doubled this The new patriotic organization, a ii-covory '.' .
Mrs. R.V.. Surrency returned Fri- KILLS DATS. MICI AND COPHJOS '
figure and it is safe to known aa the W's met at the ''
shipments from Florida assume that he parsonage '
"mato day from Hrooker where she haw been "
is ftti.l: far .
in the lead, of other on Wednesday of last week.A 1---1
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|hau' >been reduced considerably, those carrier in any I visiting relatives for the past two FORSALf BY
l.if the week ending May 4 being 385 I I the United States. cottage prayer meeting was heldon week. SON"The : 1 I
WHITK
J. W. &:
mi the East Coast and for tho I I --- -- -.- Wednesday evening in the home of Ardennes i I Mr. Hough pont the weekend "
cal Central Store, :
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..e"*, ,'nding May 11, 240 cars. I I I.AWTEY Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins. These In 1911 Marie's father, called to the here with his familyMr. I I1 II SPARKK. FLORIDA. ,. '
meetings will be discontinued during
colors fell at the Marno. And Marl : Alvin Reilishas a business ,"
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I II i the n
I t, .( to COO employes of the Am. Lawtey\ May :!:2:!,-:Mr. and Mrs. A. summer.A I and ber mother stayed In the village, visitor here Wednesday! I t, :
meeting of the W. C. T. U.
was I
M. Blanchard ;Mr. K.: 1>.
neat yunamid Company at Brew I were visitors to Jack- held Wednesday of last week in which was now In the Germans' hand. Abernnthy rt'turmsl l-'ri-

late.. 'ia.., put in the Sunday at work sonville. and Camp Johnston last Wednesday. the home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards It I In 1013 a poster was pasted up on under-went TOODVILLWIN I,, ' jkli
I that the lied Cross might enjoy the was well attended much enthusiasm \ ,t'
I' and the door of tIle Tillage church, and ,
fruits of their labor, and as a result Mr. S. Cline, who is working in the I nt this writing, lie hm a numberof i
was displayed.
Ithit town's quota of $1,000 probably hip yards at ,Jacksonville spent Sun. Saxton: people are hereby' notified I' that night Marie' mother vanUbeil. friends that will be glad, to see liJ\' ,V" L. \1" 1
along with a score or more of other him out HKain. I
doubled. day at his home here. .
| be that -
wily< services will be held in the Methodist j 4I'
:Mr.
I Elarny: Howling, of Waldi, spent
Mr. women. ,
Wilmot Brown came from church at Saxton Sundayofteinoon '
up the weekend herewith friends.Dr. : jr j\:
_ .Jonas Harden, a negro of Midway, Key West the first part of last week I at :3 o'clock. The Rev. Alfred, la 1910 Maria was till living ui th&tvillage i [ Thomas nmdu a business tripto I -=- =--=-=- \
luaa Tallahasee last Saturday and spent a day the Evenden will welcome "
a visitor to or two at home of preach. Everybody existing through the charity : Jacksonville Saturday While _
lIe claims to be 112 years his parents, Dr. and Mrs C;. W. and, b* on time. of the few elderly folk the Germans' there he purchased u new Ford roiul- I II + + l +
old and there is evidence to bear out Brown I, Tl 1 1M ,
permitted to stay. star
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Ihis ,claim. His son living near Talla- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byrd were visitors RISING; I Messrs I M '
la 191T \Marie with all the children Ora and Rex Thomas, of I
Ihassee is acknowledged as among the to Jacksonville the first part of J. E. Johnson and family attended Lacrosse, were business visitors horeSaturday. It Helps !
under fourteen and all the old +
oldest inhabitants in Leon county. I last week. church at Hardshell! last Sunday. years :
'' l left alive In the Tillage, was I A
II Henry Bennett people
was transacting ,Miss Winnie Crosby visited her aunt Mr. Geiger Harry, of New River, \ '
_ Hull No. 32 of the Tampa Ship- 'business in crowded and There can be no doubt
Jacksonville the first part Mrs. bundled Into a car wan hero on business Wednesday.Miss / "
Sarah Phillips last week in the
Ilmilding & Engineering Co. has been I of last week. section. shipped Into Germany, round through Muttio Turner, of Rorhrlle, I as to the merit of Cnrdul I ::1 ,i
Jofficmlly named the "Everglades" by Shakeragg the woman's tonic, In ,tt', ).t ,
I Mrs N. T. I'ceples went to Starkeon Allen Kelly and Britt Alvarez who Switzerland and thence Into Franca attended the Woodman, Circle here on the treatment of many \ .;,
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,, Wilson. It is said that ,
j.Mrs Woodrow business Tuesday. arriving at Evlan. She was underfed afternoon. '
; went to Jacksonville two weeks ago to Friday troubles peculiar to 0; a';
:Mrs Wilson is a direct descendant of Mr. J. D. Randall was a visitor to get work are working on the street of course, emaciated sickly, dirty, too Mrs essio Mainos of Monteocha, women. The thousands + t ,
and for that reason she Jacksonville last I I dressed for the time of ,
Pocahontas, Saturday. cars. They are expecting to move lightly year. was H business vsiitor here Friday of women who have been ,
names all of the vessels from Indian I Private Raymond Hess, of a train- their families there in the near future And rii. came Into Evl n with not a Misses Ethel: and !Mabel Byrd spent, helped by Cardul In the I t'j '

amen ing Camp in Mississippi is spendinga relative not a friend left In all Franca the weekend at C"rosse, with their past 40 years, Is conclusive : : I V
I that It I U a ,
-- ; short furlough here at the home of Mr. H. H. Lewis and family visited to take car. of her. brother, 1>. M. Byrd good medicine proof for women I I">> '
Fifteen ready-made houses are be his Mr. :Mrs. Who took her? Your Bed Cross! I r II 1
i parents, and Charles his sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mr. Luther Hall wife and childrenviited who suffer. It should I \wl i
ting trapped to Miami. These will be | Mess Mott, at Hcilbron Springs last Sun Over there In Evlan your Red Cross relatives! and friends/ at Waldo /help you, too. -/ ,j
.carried into the Everglades about I Rev. W. L. Overstrett was transacting took charge of her cared for her In Sunday + + I

kwenty miles from that city and will business in Jacksonville one day.J.. E. Johnson and family visited the Red Cross Children's Hospital I :Mrs. Alma Byrd rind children, of ,

>I'e< used to house the first contingentf day last week. Barnard Jonhs and family last Sun. I clothed her, fed her, hullt up her Louise, were here Wednesday visitIng '
Russian colonists that are to be I Mrs. Jessie Burney was shopping I strength, taught her to play-and then her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J <" ,

-ettled on a 10.800-acre tract of land in Starke last Wednesday.Joe day.Mr.. and Mrs. N. C. !Mott, of Heil- helped the French authorities find her Bnrry.I CARDUI j itiThe

Recently acquired for that purpose.At (I( Johnson, of Raiford, was visiting bran Springs, visited !hire Mott's a IIOMIi j I Little Miss Eunice elloy spout the !

relatives in Lawtey last week parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J Lewis I Multiply Maria by 600 and yon will weekend, at Sampson with relatives i it
the coroner's inquest held Friday I Marshal E. E. Burney was a visitor last Saturday afternoon. kar. sours Idea of Just one day's work mid friend

).y Justice John W. DuBose over the to Jacksonville one day last week. Anderson Harnage and family visited ,I your Red Cross does at Evlan. It la The stork visited, the homo of Mr. l
1'txly' of S. S. Phillips of Jacksonville, | :Mr. Daniel Johnson, of Lake Butler Oliver Jackson and family last only one of the Red Cross activities la and Mrs. Wesley \DyaU Tuesday evening j '

I verdict was returned to the effect i! was visitor to Lawtey last Tues Sunday.Mr. I Franca to be sure-but for Just that leaving thl'lIa Otto boy + Woman's Tonic + ) -1 t j jI 1Mrs

Ithat the man died by his own hand. day.Mr. J. E. Norman and little son one alone can :you help being proud of 1'r' Thomas mode, a business trip, r
The dead man died in a cell at the J, R. Eddms, of Gainesville, Earnie visited at the home of Mr. W. It, Can you help being glad yon area tn { /li'H'Mvill.Vf'.1r1l'H'
,oho headquarters last Saturday I was transacting business in Lawtey H. Underhill I,, member' of it. supporting Its great Mr. Odell, Abernathy I was a business' I "Ilixson, Tenn., writes: I .,

ought, after having gulped down a last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis drove out work of humanity Can you help want. visitor to lainesville, Wodnosday. the 1 was. . passin My back through and "
urge amount of Paris green.A I Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz spent Saturday to Sampson Lake last Sunday after lag It to go on helping the Merles and :Mrs.' Sam I'onds. of Montoocha attended sides were terrible and I ''r

and part of Sunday in Lawtey. noon. "grand-daddies" that coma la at the Wood, ,I mil n Circle here Fri- :..L' my suffering indescriba: 4Y
I
sub-committee of the senate nave |; Henry Burney, of Jacksonville, Brian I I da 5afternoon.Mr. :T: ble. I can't tell ]just bow + 'r

hl l affairs committee today agreed up- spent Sunday with relatives in and OLD BRADFORD II I I and Mrs. .J, P. Roberts, Willie mid where I hurt, about 1 f. i
i'ii' an appropriation of two and a half near Lawtey. anti Alma I'rico and :Miss Sara Wit- all overt I think . 1 "9 ,
Million dollars for a naval submarine Mr. A. II. Hurley came over from Bradford May 21-:Mr. Suber fher motored over to Hampton Sunday I began Cnrdul and my I I j-.j;
I age at Key West. The whole com- I Jacksonville on the late train Saturday wards and brother, Erecile, and Ed'i THE TRAIN THAT SAVEDA afternoon. pains grew loss and less, .
| until I I was cured. I am
nittee also adopted it. Senator Tram- and pent Sunday with his family. ing sisters !Misses Eva, Ruby and Mrs Rob Shaw and daughter, of remarkably strong for t 1I ,.J!

nell who has been active in this mater I I,' A. A. Stokes, of Jacksonville, spent Elinn, were pleasant visitors to New NATION Wuiichula are visiting her daughter + woman 01 j years of age.aT': I II
hopes to have the item go several days in Lawtey last week. River Sunday. Mr- Thory Pyal. do nil my housework." '- '

throuifh on the floor of the senate I! Mrs. J, D. Randall left last Satur Mr. II. A. Andru and wife and son, Mrs .Tax Reynolds. has boon on I the Try Cardul, today li-70: II 11v :''
hen the naval bill is reached. |; day for Wusehington D. C., where Dave, and :Miss Wilson wive the I How the Red Cross Helped sick list the past two weeks. Wo are L .

I' she will spend a few days with her guests of Mr. Andru Sunday after I Roumania. glad tti report she is i improving + :+

>tov. Cutts found things a little son, Howard who enlisted a few noon.Mrs. Mrs Will Jones, of Hastings, wits .
krenuous during his recent visit to' weeks ago. W. M. Harrell is very low at I I 1 J?.
Michiian. At Kalamazoo he attempt- ,: ;Mr. and ;Mrs. Chas. Wntkins, who this writing. We hope her speedy Hare yon heard of what happened ,' ,

id to make a speech on unadulterutId have been visitors at the parsonagefor recovery.Mr. In Roumunla when that stricken nation i f tt,0r "

Americanism and was howled the past two weeks sailed on the C. ;M. Andru and family were stood In rags and starring before the !

town because he did not wear a Lib. Clvde Steamer Mohawk Wednesdayfrom the guests of :Mr. C. }I. Newsom Sun- shocked eyes of the world Wa had i i r(ii IF ,
''
rty Loan button nor satisfactorily'xplain Jacksonville to New York where day. I thought ourselves grown used to tragedies LBERIMS 'J. 1
its absence, and u lusty they will spend the summer. They :Messrs !Harry and Arthur Edwards
Dung Irishman attempted to punch I expect to pay another visit to Law sister, Miss Georgia, attended church until this greater horror strnclc .

111-, face on account of some remarks tey in October on their way back to at ;Miller Sunday I a blow that: 'roused still untouched ,,

i made about Catholics.In !their winter home at Tarpon Springs. :Mr. S. C. Andru and sister, !Miss sympathies. jAnd j -

Grace M. E. Church Sunday evening Blanche, attended the Red Cross meet yet we felt so helpless you and ff

a hand-to-hund encounter Friday I last was the scene of an inspiring ng to the M. E. church at Worthington L so terribly weak la our ability to offer 1. TABLETS t
nt the plant of the Atlantic Ice and patriotic service appropriately arranged Saturday night
aid. But wet
I'onl Corporation Dennis and Myrtle and successfully carried throughby While Mrs. C. M. Andrew and children were After all, I
Jacksonville was the Lea Fny and Hurley, were out picking were wa not the very one who car
avenue a negro the members of Epworth is what need madam. Many
Billed by M. B. Arthur and S. R Ca. gue. It was a Recognition and Dedicatory huckle berries Saturday morning Tied new Ufa and hope to the heart of THIS just you ,

v non, special agents for the Jnck- I Service in honor of the men they caught two 'possums. ItoumanlaT Tau shall be :your own who were troubled with indigestion, a r
onville Terminal Company. It is stated from thia district who have enlistedin S. C. Andru was a visitor to Judge.

that the negro had been disarmed I the service of their country, and Brooker Saturday. Fighting with the desperation of da sallow, muddy skin, indicating biliousness and

and arrested by the officers, when he the church was crowded.An Little Virgil Newsom was the guest spelt tIle shattered Roumanian army cured
;uddenly gained possession of a revolei Epworth League Service Flag of his grandfather this week. still straggled to beat off the Kaiser's habitual constipation, have been permanently: )

carried by one of the two. was hung in front of the pulpit and Dr. Carefoot was a visitor to the bloody }lung. who were mercilessly the of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
the home of Mr. W. !M. Harrell by use
31 stars were placed I upon it by Sunday trampling the life out of the little
Comptroller of the Treasury War- nearest relatives or friends of those afternoon kingdom. And the Kaiser smiled brutally these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.Now .
''Mck decides that the State Railroad I! enlisted; as the pastor called the :Mr. C.I.. Andreu was a visitorto as be saw his wolves at work
Commission of Florida, which haj names of the men those doing them Alachun Saturday.Mr. and knew that from behind the (lines, they are cheerful and happy and relish their

Ixed the exchange rate for telephone j honor stepped quietlyup to the pulpit J. V. Edwards and wife were attacking the fighting men of Jtouina-
ervice at one dollar a month, hat one by one receiving a star from guests of Mrs. Harroll Sunday. / nla from the rear entering the homes meals. Try. them. They only cost a quarter.'Chamberlain's . a

Q authority whatever to set asider I' :'olrs. Evenden, pinning it on the flag, Sunday School is still progressing. where mothers clung to the frail, dls-I

interfere with government conractv i i then returning to their seats. The organ Remoter church every' second! Saturday torteil, forms of their babies-wan starvation
in Florida which are at the played patriotic airs softly all and Sunday. TabletsDo I

:at of seventy-five cents a month, 'through the ceremony. Mrs. f;. E Baxter was the guestof No country around Iloumanla could
Ie( has rendered this opinion to the I The scene was touching, reverential'and her sister :Mr. C. M. Pinholster, help ber-and America was too tarawa )

"'cr 'tary of commerce who made inutw impressive and will long be remembered -I Sunday. ,. Thousands would die before
. on the subject. by those who were Little Corene Edwards has been on supplies held la our own country. couldbe ,
j I llegt-d to witness it. privi'I' the dick list this week, but is some seat ber. r

Three men, Greene Browning and i i: Professor Blackburn gave better at this writing Hope was gone. Death by hunger
u i* crone George and Josh, all of thel[dress of the evening and his words' and by the dripping sword of the Kai.wr Your Bit

:-u'hland section near Dade City, aren I' were listened to with a deep interest. LIKE AN ELECTRIC was cloning In. A brave little nation t
connection with and he said was being torn to pl ceB.
jail at Leesburg in I(, He had something to say,
he murder of aged I om Stewart an.11 it, and what he said was good and BUTTON ON THE TOES Then came the miracle. One morn- 4
',is i wife, whose bodies were found in : fully appropriate to the occasion. lie tag the streets of Jassy, the war capital Have you ever figured how to reduce your :?
home Riverland Saturday, thing that it is hoped of Roumania swelled 1 with soundsof '
hear>th a bloodied near axe lying on the floor II i I mentioned the good one people of Lawtey will take Tells Why a Corn is So Painful rejoicing. A city where the day before !high cost of living? We have solved this problem.Do I

hearhy Green Browning is a son of take heed too and that was their need And Says Cutting Makes there was heard nothing but the not waste let pennies do their bit
your
he her first hus- I I school house. walls of the starving and the lamentations '
murdered woman by of flag on the
and and the two younger men are I I The a choir under the organ leadership Them Grow. of those mourning their dead by paying cash for your purchases. .VJo'IlJlAY
"* had been did, some now was awakened by shouts of Joy. .
f f grandsons. No charges ,, of11"s; Florrie Terry
friend who have helped June 1st will sell for cash only '
You ; you
|'''h t'd against the prisoners i I'creditable work. The pastor had lIt'nt'to my Beginning we
Press electric button
and
of the American
an you In the heroic work
I I' New York for copies of the new this sell for less.
form a contact with a live wire which Red Cross bad gone to the rescue of By doing we can
Private, first class, Aaron Albert Liberty Anthem and this was sung as rings, the bell. When your shoes press Roumania. A train of 31 big freight
Thrift
"Tther. Service Company, No. 1, was was other patriotic hymni. follows against your corn it pushes its sharp cars packed to their utmost rapacity Every quarter saved will buy a Stamp

:'ei-trocuted" during the electrical The program of service was as roots down upon a sehtsitive nerve with food clothing and medicine tons and help us win this war.

I'orii. Tuesday night at Camp Johnsh : and you get a shock of pain. upon tons of It, had arrived In Jassy I '
Opening Hymn, "America -Con- You well acquainted with the merits of ,
are
to start a press in the printing Instead of trimming your corns after making a record breeklug trip

'I 'hen he turned on the electrical gation.InvocationPastor. which merely makes them grow, just from the great store houses of the our merchandise, and we will endeavor to give r
'all' at headquarters. Werther was American fled Crosa la Russia. Other
step into any drug store and ask fora '.
forking on the night shift and was' Responsive Reading quarter of an ounce of freezone. This trains followed It.; thousands were fed you the same service as before.

noting the general and special ord- Gloria Patri Choir.Pastor. will cost but very little but is it Is sufficient and clothed and nursed back to health. Your co-operation will be appreciated.
1'9 1 from' the office of the commanding Scripture Lesson- to remove every hard or soft For w..,ks and area to this day tha
'fleer at the time he met his death. New Liberty Anthem--Choir. brave people of Roumaola are being
'ly' 125 volts of electricity is avail- Address-Professor Blackburn. corn or callus from one's feet. A few cared for In countless numbers by our HARDWARE CO. '
of drops applied directly a tender, STARKE r
Republic" upon
ble I In the shop as has been proven Song, "Battle Hymn own Red Croiw.
aching corn stops the aorenea sinstantly
y a test and this is considered too Congregation. So was Roumania helped, and when
mall to kill That the atmos- Dedicatory prayer' -Pastor. and soon, the corn shrivels up so history record how this last fragmentof Starke Florida
a man.
of the it lifts right out, root and all, without, ,
heric disturbance had something too Song, "Columbia Gem a sturdy nation was kept out of the
with the death which is unaccounted Service Flag Ceremony pain. This drug freezone is harmless hands of the terrible Huns It will give ,

for by any decision of the investigating O..ean.-Choir. (waving flags.) and never inflames or even irritates the victory to your American Red ,
the surrounding skin.-Adv. ((141)
' board a. yet, is felt certain. Benediction. Croaa. 1

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ACE rOtR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FIOSIDX- FRIDAY. MAY 21. 19j $

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+ t + + + tt + t + t + + + t + + i I ,,Mi to announce that T am a J17
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Bradford; er.1I't:. cod ee from a big ::a&rmlt u r !'" member of to* School Bon-j "", iutS'
County I Costumes for Afternoon and Street 1 ly i POUTICAL A NOf' CEMENTS. + ,. 3. consisting! of New o nu<>r. I"n I

.. feat is could SI cups sad rotrtUt + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ham. Hampton and Therrasa ,....r !' GrvI
--- -- to Lie pipe, a*;4. Tfrbac tobae. Itald. REpar.U.1'\T"n\-GRfl"l' I. am a school patron and !....I i ? "nil' .

1 eblichrd Weekly and eBlernJ : \Vear That Hint of Summer "Do yon wait carne tobacco Beaetued I FOB an a eax.: .. If I sleeted I ,0It0
am shall
.. al'>I><-.n. s' H .
sruioed for &.. f' vrut:> aM Deny .
a xaoceet and c : .
.
sad d&.. matter at the pat e2"i,irr c 'jrvup 1 .a the am.nr prl- f"r-ard my beat efforts to [>r< n, p*
then said: 'Do you know It tearjTaT !1.1 :msrr j I f.... err'' : ",,="" the M-at of ear f>ti ..f the acbuola throughoutII , nitro:
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Slarke. FUoridaE. rte a fi> to bear you speak Eng T.-J.-T ate .:&v s a A't..at" "5): and ha- w ENO, ;,,;.
.,* .. ...1 la* ]lose'<". for 1es-
ef.
= lish. I haven't beard A. *- err
About Sleeveless Overblouses and CapesNew a -oa.a.n1:1I&1all ape*! ......c d ;U. I am !.......... cotta the r.-.4. I M.TEIIVIBOK fir kEGI: uI.lllu\1'
S. )S.TJ1IEW'F".tlltn'. and : la et.: month' He aid fee art :.1 cad _:r. : wart the >npp rt of all i I hereby announce tout I n-- .. I

,; J. C. ROBINSON! : Aa-oente tad been w killert>oat Lo the cold! if., ..-aj* icurr .ad. ltne4.) irvmaf for ri-election aa dtiri :r.i <" ,,( S ..,.,".:4k::t
R. A. ; I1"
rtlaa4 rfjcml niritx for flradfo county. I rmj.
.me four o'dock last &.(bt. Be GREFti.FOB th* ..PIMn of the.ten at the .> nltrf! '

couldn't iid a hotel] or a bright tigbttecauae mary and promise a continual. ,rte.p".
York. May ?:i-On* by one on.h rangement of tie miTi.Cape of coura, erc-rjtiJrt: closed
11918.. h. AY : >r -i-trfits the eoctunves for summer *. Military and Civilian and rlarkena ce accvuit of the Doer i bmtrr Two aaamux f e' yr-pominatyp mra..1 if a for candidat toe since iofjtwf I''I FOR CONSTABLE DSTRItT I "'i dfl

C.LT: + 1La [ .iwc + -'lath"" art appearing. It is very in- The has to ;leas tardmeata. . Tfc. America are c.' Br- *aaui* in the Lt tilatar: fromB I I h.retr announce myself a rn. ". i'
; cap: come at :
stay
i - =- t-re '.;r.jj to walk up Fifth Avecoe very toot of Lara aaaSwlcLea. They I -..tf..nJ avamtT ratox for the time beicg.: They are graceful r amsentt pnmarr ei i 1 ., .- ow, for one's attention is divided be. things and an: be used for so sat mach more thin the French aol&ers. J.st.. a:L I rupwtfalrr notch tb. ", ,,port Iof the iJrmocratie primary to U t. >".?d? i4th. .'....

rwn the glowirg flop windows aDd differer. and wtea they first cm La and 14 ..1! .-.ow., at sad Dra ocratte primary and 1918. and respectfully Solicit. u.: ',. "*

= ,,'eiJ-! 7 8 ..
:1 ''i 5 ::6 copies of the cape: worn by our Navy ored wsti nr earns I J- DI'P
: : pa-.emtntl. The warm days we are officer! throntbOBt tt. Ucd. The i I IS-tS-tf A. S. CREWS.
extremely: good looking theyare .
is'..trig make our heavy clothes teem onulMt thing of ail 1. to bear the ;i t!1 - ;;;- I I FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT i 1
I ift f' 12131415& too. For the women who do not 1 an a eaa4i4at RrrjweMniative< i.'Cr in
' ; unMkrable and svo, it U with a deeper want to wear these Sammle grandly nrjlif these wealthy i'' : sad nrp military of District
: No.
1\ ( interest than ever (i if possible) thatwe there others capes: EcjUtb flrls to 'keep the cbacge-oh. I,I ( Uw sun cans w U participat in bbeIr: -. >elected. promiM a faithful 1 taemdtl
I are just as attractive.Some f> c Y II"I 19 ; study; : the latest styles and appropriate keep tee chance:r . We start tie : pnmarr the )I.. I duties pertalmnv to that office I I., .f
are much longer side 1 amtnuea I to repre.ea oar eounty tn ir- <'
for frocks collar on one day at five and work .,. ly oleit the support of the d-,, ,. *
our own a eoctlaiMrBaly until Utvrr a rratid T trjiH rl my nary .Joe,
than on the other and be thrown ,i ,n si the earning primary
[ t26'2f2lf2 iiIi131 I II here a each arrangement there and can nine, when three fresh traatliilere s I r, If' n MJ Mn* tDe bat tnt.rv.ta of the eountj N. !> '. _
E:. around the arm and over' the shoulder and ctau at. J. SAPK
perhaps a tunic of draped! skirt from relieve ua. At Ere wa go oa for the ;;.
after the manner of the Italian officer. '
I oorr.e place else.! Tcalcg silft from Ewe to eight and 'I I II' FOR COMMISSIONER STRICT NO. I. -
Some shoulder '
with
are
: The sleeveless: ovtrtloue in a3 their capes a coat It Is the most exiting and eLkaaaUc I nrntr aaaonoc that I a-n a c ndid.u-

... arrangement in front.: Most of them of the ahlfta. There 1 10 a certain time I I I i for OOUJUJT Coum_..uctr for Dutriet No. 1 1.Praiideih CHARLES E. DAVIS
A.Ni ITO: AXV; are made of dark colors for street c. and I'aootl) young precneta. end
i when they come down on QI like a j I I n.t.t tfaijy oicit U,. support of 1M votcrmat
I; 4'/. swear.I though evening capes come inI good ellat! ;! or ten deep around t1leeoUlittor' I tile eoauBa, primary .I l< liy OeraJd Stanley all! the delicate shades. There is nota aj-5 three I w.II: UK t.j but eforta la Mm the IntrrMta
hundred
: Ldo net know bore other r ) I I or fear aI-I I of tae puklM. O. V. BROOKS
y 2 great deal 1 of trimming on them. together la toll UtIle room as ._-

I about it, but I find it bard I J Often the gay lining is repeated for and tired rfcoalboya.: I I bertey anDoenec ,'':IM % .annidat /' r

) that is happening to the world I r the draped collar. Sometimes the deep! .a I C.unty ...*..m.....'..... 0>,tri;.. o I. ".' -
I t. any.rt Tie foregoing letter tadlnte* thatOIU' dtrx c. end Fa'Mrt.r. t.. a re> .tcc.-y) % u i
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to>> lock a mall boy in the acf# armholes are bound with, a contrasting the support of tee ,n .h at tn* tf.moeratiynzmary ..
r Vi'htn a amaH boy looks I ;--1"\ color or the pockets are faced with soldier look to the Red" CrcraOcte i'I *.*etx>a to b* head on June 4th 1

i op to me and I nee his I ( ,;. j: satin or foulard or sports silk. n .. &n ours: In a desert' They pronifr if eeced to enlee rv-opi. to tar
'tnt of : ('.
14n wfcuid not hare It If It were not tor n=r ab "1' C.EWS.
h. thinks he trT -
world is going; '(
, in his eyes, I am afrai'L .""'" {! NIIR.JI .Ju..dlSOne 1f1uLed Croaa. Friradt of J. 1. Bi1in! announce him a

The lotlc in bus eyes of the L : of the nicest of the new styles ca&didat:No. for County Commiaiioncr from Dia-.
net I. .mpowod of PaiMUn.' and Providnw
he thinks be in going to have I"J .;..A Ii is that of the dress that slips on over i I \S heo \-er You Need. a General Toalc votinr pre ........ W. a>k the support
to the quick. the bead and Take tarot e'*. ef th* T6t r. of th district for Mr. Bselling.and .
requires no fastenings.Once
,
1/ t-r"f 4kfi 1 ....... them that h. ""4 give careful and
I have always felt I had an upon a time doubtless the mere I The Old Standard Clove's Tasteless : rfxtrnt! attention to the duties of the olf,...

t tanrJinif: with a small! toy:: (/ s = I mention of a dress that did not require !| chill Tonic is equally valuable as aGeneral Ivr
i
if h But the Lat four pears ,.' \ .. fastening would. conjure up visions of i Tonic because it contain the FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. *.

f looks at rne in that old way '\ t-tli\1.\ l a dowdy. frumpish coitume on the well known tonic properties of QUININE I hereby aanonnc myself a eandldat for .*-
and IRON. It the Liver Drive Iectoa! to the office of eommuMloner
act seem
or// on ?
f think of his world-the one 'I der of the "wrapper" of other da "" .
.out Malaria: Enriches the Blood and in and for )atnct No. 2. and Tt" prctfully: solicit
in his 'yethe one I had m'lI' \ 1 I ': Now, there is nothing frumpish 111) Builds up the Whole System. 60 the support of the voters at tM demnermtieprmary
has I Ic C'eJlts.1 election to be bid on Jun 4th. I
small boy a .
one every 3J f I .roEBi *. if *lect* nee suddenly' instead the one toots attention to the duties of ths otllf aa Ihat.

being; left over for him by me, :: I MARKETING: HOGS I in the put C. A. ROBERTSI

of the he will have to ti : jI.-"- I beats burying them. Steve Hoover cjMi. I -
us, or.e ..*: < 1 rvpetfy! announce to r .* 'ot.n df
put up with have to live in, ? I Pleasant Iowa writes, "Commenced Commissioners Dutnct No : that I am a can.

I i I a man in, when you and I Ftre ;I.ifJ ...-'. feeding my herd of about 100 I d.dat. for if Commas.wner elected of cud district. .I
r\ prom to give the duties "th
pad trying. ,. .k, : I; hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over "!!,... my careful attention. C J KNIGHT

{ Then when I face the small JaaCaa i two months ago. Fifty were -itk anc

want to go off in a wide high ) i! JIJ I off feed. Nearby herds had cholera. I hereby announce mjrtelf a candidate ..
I '.I / aunty eomm ssioner fur district, No 2 Lake
, to go down into the city and 1 .soJn I1 did not lose one-they are weU and butler and Worthinirton' and earnestly soiit!;

alone and think and ask God. L ; I growing fast."_For Sale by J. W. the support of the voters of this district at

White & Son Starie) Fla. 535t. the democratic primary e'fctlon to be h.t'June :
4.. fight "with money and j ,
my 4. 19U.1 and promise; if elected to pot,
i b'r(1) over the top with my Attractive Dress of Figured Voile ,, 0V C forth my best efforts t... sere the people] oft
[ Follow >;is district: and county to th. best of
and then come: back. and fare your Irish'JPotatoe.and my
abilit,. Z.,0.. .
colors make charming street )l HAVES.COUNTT
..001. They originally intend / .?- other Trucking Crops FCR CONGRESS
There are days during this were f '. \. 'tim' I COMMISSIONER DISTRICT S. 2nd. Congressional District.
when rny:: soul i il spent and for sports wear, but are so practi t'j {I withI I hereby announce myself" : a cand-dst. toro4ae
and generally becoming they are lill .C. of county commissioner of Dutnct No
world" ftec-ms made of iron and I 'of" I I a. Law-ley and Raifordi., subject, to the will Ha. had ten yean experience ai Slat
and all these crowds of people being worn for many different occa of the qualified elector at the cominir election Author
Satin skirts are usually the I.v> ;Cowpeas to be held Jane 11118 If elected) I pledge Legislator-> of "Davit packageLaw"Stan
i. ing through the streets who 'I myself to faithfuMy perform the J with Pre.identW.O"!
(: of these overblouses: I t dutir. of < : on
t to care. said once to the best of ability
seem my and to''
It deems as I would not akirti of pique corduroy cot 'I\ |: Chufas the best interests of all concerned. Equal I all war me..u.e.-la a native FloriJiuH

a I, my head to save a world to ">.. C. R SAPP.
with them. The hat, as a rule i' r
It does not at.. I Sorgum -
myself. matter < VOTE FOR HIMCOMPARISON
I
to the sailor type, with a wide \ I take this! method of announcing that 1
-and the I am
some days people
and rather Ie I a candidat for County Commissioner for P...
high repeating
crown I -
Cuban June I
almost make it CornWeevil .. -
by me think tnct N. S. composed of Ralford and Lau-vy

rut f! matter about them. I "predominating in the band color under of the( cox I I vaunt e the prec.ncts.district and If the elected I hall! strhe tori .......+++++++++.....++++-H+++
or I prcof county good 1 sense as
"If Then suddenly I go by I'a member of the board. I ]! ,
I' school children at four o'clock shoes, in white or aCing'j II Write for priceSEMINOLE I I the support of the voters at resi.ectfuy the cominu soili-li r',e- i

1 out into the stretes, pouring The, very Afternoon smart frock ) SEED CO., tk". D. W. REDDISH_ :1

pouring like sunshine out I aferau I Gainesville Fla. COUNTY COMMISSIONER PISTRIrT! *I + Wi INVITE comparison N ih
A trip through the shops
streets! convinces j i I hereby announce m>i.,flf aa a candidate, f r :: a* to price and quality "' "iirJ
without further of the iI ""' the offio of
Qrj'I ne argument -- county commioioner fir .li I,,
I t- -t
It is the roll of drums for the )', many ways in which one can IL (:. HARDING: & Co I No.o 4. If elected, I shall work for the best t in. : dole! e line of
Loan! The blip-Over areas terrsta cf the ,
ty and
county on this basis I '010ounpert ,-,t
!
economy with style!' Never: have t i the of the voters GROCERIES
t I want to ring great church in the primary uf |
Byron Ga., April 11 1917. Jun.4.h.
materials been fao attractive. The 'dowdy about these smart dresses. As T r. 'I\ \1.
t call to the Red:1 Cross! "
people : Old :
Kentucky Mfg. Co. You need ihimrou
fresher than of old and from the illustration + have
I seem ,you can see they \ I I hereby .
announce .
i My rule for a man's finding my car I r: ; v r. +
r quality of the materials higher. :are extremely good looking. This one Paducah Ky. ''ty C<,mmiMinor, for the Stnr.e i'- mrr ,r :+ them.
how much he should subscribe aids has: little touches Gentlemen : I era Dutrict. nod r..., -etf-t"e, r," .h'. .". Alit
is one of the moat faluable some odd that make i .. ,- :J': r ccmrnring, our jrooiK and
Red) Cross is this I a and of
.
luprort
: the.1. ,
I I
'I had cholera in herd of hogsrecently ai <
coolness. The little after-I I..it different from the dress. I my eoralnj
t Put down amt summer average pnmsry. If elected I wI'I( do my lw your name (( n dress illustrated here isof that 'The belt arrangement is repeated for and begun feeding the B. A. toward a Sad b.iiness. administration of the KNOW
t t why have fea '
I on the blank and leave the Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure And stopped aSs," of the cjun'v.JEO.. we r.o
} l : material. Some of those ; :anywhere. The knitting bagcarried : .
'
:
t\\ open to think. Then try going ; flowers that only bloom in' the I cuffs. The tiny buttons on the or- losing my hogs at once. I ..as C. LIVINGSTON. I j! | MIKE'S FRUIT STORE

\ f't school house after four o'clock losing from four to five each night un- A number of friends and
the children are pouring out. garden are scattered over ; 'with this costume is worth studyinggandie :: til I began the use of this preparation. ha,'. requnwd ne .. run for Commis nrow-c.ltltrns.n.- i ** II I I III11111111II I 111+H++
background of creamy white with ( vest are the only ones used from the Stsrke di.trict and 1 I
: ,; : Or in the evening when the I.'j i I raise .. herrLy mote
about 200 head of hogs announeenjent of -
i crossbar of moss green. The dress also for it shows a new shape and is I per y e.ndioar for amid; ..,.
quiet put down your name and Sc.f elected I shall rive . I
j year never expect to be without m* best pfT < =
be closed either the right make.
beat figure you dare on the on or. very easy to toward dis.har l left side one of its unusual fea- I So many of the thin dresses have your remedy. JESSE THOMAS. | COFFINS CASKETSAnd

!I I ver.Then go up stairs a minute ; another being the t&nh slipped )I'very deep hems some' times as deep Yours H. G. very HARDING truly & CO. I hereby .nnoan--; ; ;; I am a candidate! j a full line ofUndertakers'

; a slash. The surplice closing eighteen: inches! This sounds extravagant for County Commissioner for District
f in the crib. No. 4
For Sale J. W.
by White & Son of
,
Starkel. 1 Supplies
but the other respectfully solicit the
i
becoming to most women giving : on hand a votes and
Then look at blank Starke. support of the
your Democratic
.,, I I come down once more. charming length of line which is 11 l Jeep hem is a great advantage for on- 535. primary to be held Jun. electors and promis.at th. Automobile lIear p.

: I in this case onto the skirt I y one petticoat has tote worn, while JUNE; 1 1918. careful attention to my duties hif electedH. I Always on hand The best service -

: i\ HERE IS WHAT CRAFTY sleeves are fast becoming the with the thin dresses with narrow TOP. )I. M RAE. I at the lowest prices. Special

and really they are the more ar- I'Terns, one must wear, two petticoats. COl.Vrt
I DO WTII HUMAN: ; $ COMMISSIONER' DISTRICT attention to telegraph orders.
I II I hereby
I --- . announce myself a candidate for
$$ re-election I
--- -- - ----- -- for County Commissioner

I ( Germany In sending back in met by ambulances for those $$$$ toct a. subject. to the action of the of eominademocrat DI.- Reqistered Embalmer
France at Evian allf the primary. If elected I promise to
discards of the occupied ) can't walk. They are given med- Optimistic! Thought $$UU contmn., to *lv. the duuea .f the office m,

.: France and Belgium all of the care food and clothing and then. Fie I* above bin enemies that desplestheir UUUUUUUUU earnest attention. H. D. M \Y. ), It DeWITT C. JONES

they have rented and no longer lojurlta. I take this Starke. Fla.
who eat and! can't work. the method .I tnnoi.M--ir'
T
and women mother with hospital care, they are sent into $$*$$$$*$$** a candidate for Ctotuy, Comirl.. ,I'"U'ha l"T- I i.S:: =____-- -,!.
tnct No. 8 BrL.i.1
!ssxXS$33 mlOO1 l ?
where Red I. "
of France -
(children the insane and small parts Graham Hampton -nd Th.resli I --- - - -
More Metamorphosis.Man SUUUUU'U-I pr'
j dren all the wutiaic of a representatives meet them and elncts. I respectfully solicit the vntoT of the TIle a.-: 1 ldrt t t14s1: :
'J. hOlt joes
na
them to take life again. used to have a hobby. Now 11 tittS ${*** democratic electors .f the dlM, ., and '
: are only u burden to the up UUU U $$ m. careful .upnt'oll' to pr"r'.r'tmn' IW < toule' and IniutKf .,RkTit
TilE the ,
I be baa a hobby, It Is a bug. # doe. or the
and
made for them
.
J 0"I the boys of fourteen and are occu- j $ lI.a ir I a'It elected J. J. fOreG.\N.' or.// tIL'LN1.Eisbene' 11..: tU:
.$3333 $3333ssri333i3$3$3$33333N
I slaves is found and they are cared | W *i ca not Canoe ncr
\ held as and made to J ri. -acmember the I..". -Iasi
of the tenderly and lovingly. i hereby annn"n. that 1 .m a eandidnte roe 1 Yt C. W. r;<<( at.
I Cermany; till men are I I County Com"l.. nature .
usi3333S$3$333333tftIs1t33333aQ3$3$333331sis uner for Dt. aq s"
Not everybody in America can fight. New Rh... .ooke..
tho girls of
ers young G.aham. ,
; Bombardments Cannot Ham enl
I! I : The..... 'nn
1 I held by the Huns everyone can help the Red Cross P".tA. I p""ml... ra",1
over aro $UuU U$$;;$$ tloa to the duties ot the oRc. .. all.'n.. 110 YOUR OWH
women with only one young (' that is really giving military S T- | I '''' : : sutt..m J.ES: d 1 Am :..1,<1 ;
because the Red Cross supple-' Drive This Woman Back tttrts33333$33$3R33Silttrsts REYSOI.Di::
also kept, because in i-very tn.e !
children have German ,' the work of the men in the I tntttii3s3$3$3333Srs/ttr CANNING'WIT" ti
} UIIIIUJU $$$$$$ UiUUhmu:; MEMBER SCHOOL
.. they will help build up the ) by building up the morals of : Frien. nf : .' PowI BOARD DISTRICT I. .
,
I
l-I.
I I troops by thin service to the mtntttW *53333tttert him a e.ndot.t. for a' .
army. ci-I 8ha Thinks Coffee for Soldier I Member or the A
Coq.
population of France and .IUUSUU: $ OVER $$$$$$IIIU'ImuuUd ( School Bard fmm District So. I s.
These people who are corning Sta.b m
More Than Safety d
i services to the soldiers them. Important $33t$3isrttrfttfuSSiii333$3$33$53343atrtt """< the uspo-t o tho ... ,
are from walk of life. ten at th. corn "
every I j rrlwary. kn .
.It t'a
''I I them used) to ho rich but now Every, man woman and child Powell I. deeoV. interest
:. them have nothing. America can have a share in this The following extracts are taken trna33SSS$3$3$33s33stetts our public schot.l syilem.

I they had their money their war for liberty against I'rus- from a letter written by a Red Crous ..mdU uU$$:1;>aari333333rrttrt. -

I... ttntt333si$33$333333nturstrttr3ssss$3$3$33S33tsrttt Through the tollcltallon
.ianism..rrt of
their homes have been taken Canteen worker Helen McElhone an hereby .nnoun. myself a .."lld.t.m. friends I

t /ermans; and, they have t> ts American woman and college graduatenow election, u member of tlw county school for board re-

"t r back to France with only the' : i ABOUT liltAOFORl COUNTY : located In a district almost con untr333lS3$3aa534433nsnt.IIIUShSUtUSUUII.1II schoolleInteres. a lot in.eeoounaylIlbri ,....

that they wear. And that i SOLDIERS) : vice _ibl. ,. the future u I ha.. a
'
unconquered and i aunty under bombardment : ...udUUS U tt...... th. put I feel that I am in don. In andredueaiAsklghaNe/
s :\Irll.o'. A. Scott ban received a card """ pos tion to tiv l .
: *ms GOES blur scrvlc. th. .
SUUllim. nut two Every .. ..
'
1 .
ftt, shown by the spirit of these "Foyer des year than the' put >0. should!>...on.I a child ua
; her cousin. Lieutenant Sam Allies snrst3s3s3$ SUUSHII" term and I respectfully solicit the .?'',,,,? or ....,ull, opera.. .1. wed can fr..Ia.V.aeahi. '
i They are the most stating that he has arrived safe- "BarleDuc."Things ttutti3333ZS$33333rttntttuui3l3t3$33tdiii3SulsH; the voter j. C. MCRAE ..Ca....co F Ifh..TIIe .

pIe in the world-these C..o
y oversea. I look wry black to to*. I !MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. Wiler Seal Steam "
For three and half NO
l a years A card from Ray Newson announces I hereby announce 1 Ie Aholalel1 S.,.
: Buffered everything that am discouraged at the tt outlook of tttttt3sssf3$33333$3333333uttttnttrtiiils33$333At3s33SSlIts: the offic.. of member omyselfhool '* for
he has New Its .
been transferred to I board f"" >m ""ta..d cenanactioe makes II tbJot. .
f. I suffer and live. They hnve '! News Va. affairs sad also at ray small doings ,.. DI.tri.t No.2. eomprlslnir Lake Butler IUI. Its aatenled, tomtiYet..e alas, .110.... 10 C')
vivisection mentally, morally! .m.SUS SU S$:S g:$Ut us S mill rord.WorthlnaTton. Providence. Palestln If a snIom lempe-slw. wh"h no eh.. ca.C. .
r.. I Cyrus Siatrunk, who recently join. but It may be th. blackness that comes tsaasis3$35334$33ssstuast elected I Promts to perform the duties. of the ..d".1 Ibex yewp educe ... p.rt.elb'
..' ually and! physically and there orTie* to tie best of ability. "'.''..eI and oatual "'
the colors ate.n all h. app.
words in any language that at Camp Jackson writes before dawn. Let os bop so. Our ...mUirS SS U$S$S Us SlU IUIII P. !M. PADGETT. ."...

I v acribe what have been home folks that he likes the army:: "ell certainly need help now as much * t' i they hopes soon to be sent to the bat a. the poll us. I am beginning to ".."$***$$ CASH SUUSaullt I I. take this! method of an-unineinsr to th. cit. "..".., by 0.10.. _la.o. ..... .c ...... I
... 10.
and yet their spirit is I. of School 'u.1 .....
fields in France. / that eoa.""' '' ."...1. :
... those who have been at the t.fNQt'n1 am .0 tlo. \
.umsuut candidate for member coam.al he_...'..
R3l44sttasrtnittsssstl333'Z3343gslntrte .
with of
I women speak pride "lint ;:$
Chas. M. Underhill has been bard .bool Can be. ... _
trans. root la fact. I am beginning to see : fop said d..trict. I .d a.p bind a'.11 .
'
/u. i ored dead. of their the at'thTVonirnsT'' -.i -. lass _.
from Camp Jackson support of the voters a 1.1."
to Camp some of the results of this life. They
t and fathers but when they !l Greenville S. C. ......tt lit t t ts titS tt.<<........ election and promise w use my beat pitman if- .1_tits C-.. Sf
sick and and
bouealck.
I are worse fort

I ; i their Huns daughters it is hopelessly who are and held with . -' things have happened to th m. Several S $$ $$$ $$S $$S $ $$t antes for if I the am upbulldan elected. kf TIIOS.oar pobll DICKS.school vent Its. .

aa.a said: 'All w. ask U to get to Add.,. Q.i AamburmSTARKE

1' heads' for they know they will Worth an fntrtfue n.TU the froat and do what wo bare to do. Quigley Lumber & Sup FOR MCMBBR SCHOOL BOARD. Ma. NO. f I t .

1 come back. well to>> know one's own mind Anything U bMtor has this) llf.. . .' am I a take this method of *nnoanlnT that I

The American Red Cross is It'. at least equally Important to This snornlstc w. bad more AxMrleaastkaa ply Co. Starke Fla. .t the' .ndlclAw County School for .110.Board for u Dlatrict a member HARDWARE
Na
.
a much for these people at :" a mind worth cetttnc acquainted I have .as betel at oo.i USD*. I. Durina tlM put term t Yes esdoresd

e at other points in France. with.-Buffalo Time. I .OB can .p t* a* bore u I WM .10...a'.\\t.'''. the It...hool.......t.oct. i shali __ttll.......bl two CO. Starke Fb.swats .
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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1918 I.RADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORID PAGE FIVE

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I r SERMCES: AT TENT= CLOSE--j jI > 9
i, Get; the habit-pay cash, Quigley
_
i Lumber & Co. I '
Supply I l
i The tent: meetings are over and wo 71'r'

riio nit installment of interest on 'return to our several churches' for all r
Bits of \cllii
LocalInformation .Vioml Liberty bonds was due on May[ i the aer\ il'cs. I OUR LINE OF HATS a ..

l">th. We will be pleased to collect Thenwill be the regular services
I this interest foe holders of the bonds next Sunday morning and! evening.The / '

Jf (tank of Stnike. It public is invited. All feminine beauty lovers will be charmed 1
W G. LAW '

G..ara/.. r.R'uf.... awe I There are- plenty of !good curs on the I II I with the wonderful display of our "

r..4. A. lLL. C..er..i r.r.. I market but if you want the best call A NEW= IORM OF (J ll'JoSl10S'1:
at the Briscoe" :Sales: & Service Com ='i.lIHASlin :: MILLINERYEvery
pany and buy a Briscoe. '
I 1
-- t
Finncisco youth who recently

Insco! -"the wonder cnr." Eggs/ au{( cents per dozen at Cash :Monday J. W. White on a went business down trip,to Orlando While enlisted in the army was Bent a : piece in our entire largecollection is a t i, '

business visitor Department Store, away he will combine business with questionnaire by a local draft board i triumph of beauty, taste and utility. We have i
a
u i C Jones was --- and it was: forwarded to him in
t( incksonville Monday. I j 1 Cash talks-June 1st. Quigley Lumber W pleasure, Crawford and visit of Conway.his cousin, Hon. G. Fiance. : combed the markets for the choicest styles and ti '
and Co.J. IJ
Supply Dutifully he sat down and filled! it
Oon't forget to see the new hats at ; out. Hole ate some of the questions the best materials. tOur

Knight's Millinery. | L': Clemens, of Brooker, was in When you buy your materials youare and his answers as they were received specialty is building hats to our custom.
Starke Monday on business> satisfied; when you pay we are by the draft board:
satisfied. Let's all\ be happy at once. er's You MUST be pleased before we
Allan Canova returned from a visits i' Q.Are you an expert in any occupation tastes.
umpville on last Sunday afternoon For cash only after June 1st. Quig. Pay cash. Quigley Lumber and Sup. satisfied.

ley Lumber and Supply Co. ply Co A.- Fight: Huns with a bayonet.Q i are

I I II, Hill of Lawtey, was a busi- l.-\\ language do I you speak' I YOU are cordially invited to our store and
,visitor to Starke Monday. Raw-son Davis of Jacksonville, In a letter to n friend Mrs. A. II. A.-Pigeon Jo'I'.n'h.l.'hllt i
of Art here
ne
the
display
spent Sunday in Starke with relatives.We Freeman .states that she Is still in < enterprise are you engaged to inspect triumphs on

Special said on Ladles and Chiljn .Aubuin Ala, with her son Edwin in ? j

'nt trimmed hats at Stumps. are closing out line of Ladies and that on last Saturday and Sunday A.- Fighting: Huns.
<
and Childrens trimmed Hats. they would! have a family rl'union-
Stumps.Dr. Q.-Statethe: name under which the ;
Dr) Freeman coming from Camp Gordon Knight's Millinery
O. Fralick was attending to business enterprise is conducted\ i
matters in Lawtey Monday. J, I'. Tomlinson went to Val- Capt. Henry E. Freeman coming \-Jourop'nn: vvar.Q. I
dosta Saturday to be with hu brother from Camp Wheeler, and Mrs. L. A. l.-\\'hat i is produced by said, enterprise STARKE FLORIDA If

(Or W. II Thomas of Giahamvna who is critically ill. Yates and little son from Tallahassee. ? )
,/
attending to business in Starke Monday A. 'lloll i i4vv

I Try the cash system, you'll like itQuigley Q.Iluw many persons me employed -
In a letter received by Mrs. Richard
Lumber and Co. I
Supply in the plant where you work?
form her husband. Lieutenant II. C.
Dr J. O. Haynes spent Sunday in A.--Ten million.
commandto
Hampton with his mother and his Capt T. L Murphy[ and wife, of Richard he states that the good Q.- .\u you engaged in any agricultural
attached hud
which he is a
Hampton were visitors to Starke on
Ovid enterprise?
broother, Mr. Haynes.Tho Saturday. trip over only two of the men beingill A.- Plowing "No-Man's-Laml," d3ld iD3 Q6dvtf6s+ 3QSi e $ 4 Sv\4h"'f'+ 9s4.4E'- #irdr' rl
on the trip. He mentioned incidentally !:
new arrivals rt Kn:ght'* Millinery Q.- Aro you nn rmplye or managing + l ; ,
that the Germnns have one ,
are right up to the minute in Little Miss Flora Brown, of Law submarine less since their trip over. head of the nt HOT WEATHER r

headwear. See them. I tey, spent the week with her cousin, Another matter mentioned by Lieutenant ing/ head! of the enterprise? !
!Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. A.-Rear of enterprise. i
Richard which is of great interest -
Mr R. A. Green and sister Mrs. R.I just at this time, was the workof Q.-State the kind of farm ? NECESSITIES
Mr. and :Mrs. Lawrence Moseley of A.--Poor farm.
j S Johns were visitors to Lake the American Red Cross. He said
ler Saturday Raiford spent Sunday here with Mr. Q. What branch of the work arc i
I he
turns comesin
that
everywhere one
and :Mrs J. C. :ManningIf fra'1A.Digging i 1
contact with the activities of thisorrl'ut you engaged With the coming of hot weather you should provide
Sergt. W. M. Wainwright of Camp tienehoa.Q i
fishing, need little / oiganization./ thlltLI'III1eh' yourself with the necessities to make life more com '
Johnston spent -the week-end here you go you a .- What- is produced by
with relatives camping stove. Come in and let us PREACHING= AT OAK GROVEThere ?! fortable. I have a full line of i i ?' i
show you. Starke Hardware Co. A:Shell' oiaters.A It "

Mr. Ross, the Maxwell House Coffee I will be preaching Oak .-State the number anti land of FREEZERS WATER COOLERS ,
It longer, "Are doing
no
is you your
is in town and will be here ; church 28th. livest'.Is i on han? iI
man, The demands Grove Tuesday May Full line of small articles. t
bit? present emergency It
for several days. that do his best. The speakers will be Elders Geo. A. A,- Crumbs and other vermin; also 1+ '
every one Smith, Pies. C. A. Calais\ of the Sou- Huns. I Screen your home to keep out the fly and the mos s ,
Ford and back curtain for $10. them States Mission and PresidentM. Q., :I..v ni.i iv p">*. ,>in I \e nn till? : +
top
W. B. Haynes, roailmanter for the I IA. quito. Window screens in all sizes and kinds Save +
M. Leviton Starke. of the Florida Confer land? :
!
1. S. Winder, :
Vulaliu Ga.
Seaboard Air Line at ,
wife's by buying
a
ence. .- V>'no v<'1'/ lungS your temper
Messrs. Geo. L. Massey and Brooks I' was a visitor to Stii\e! Mund[ ly. Everybody to come and bring lunch -.----- -- -- BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE iit + i.
Shipman left Thursday for a business tl.E: or si'G.Mt:
at v
there will be two
for ,
sessions one
to Green Cove Springs.Miss I' I). J. Byrd, one of the substantial No hot sweltering days over a wood stove. Cook in i,
trip .
11 and at 2
a m., one p. m.MLVIO.TiFoV
citizens of the Graham sl'l.tion. was a .Hy Bulletin So. :5;. 13. IS! :Mr. Urn- $ comfort on one of our oil stoves. 1
!May Fripp who taught in business visitor to Statke Thursday. : LEU ton Hi'uiham. Federal! Jo"Hkldminh(- !

Live Oak the past term, is here visiting her for Florida required all druggists
her uncle, Mr. L. C. Powell.G I Capt.. Henry E. Freeman, who is At the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. bottling works! ('nllnil1lC. factories, I JONES HARDWAREStarke
I stationed at Camp Wheeler, has been Fowler, .on last Wednesday afternoon making suft drinks, .Ix-venitfe Kyrupx ,

K Lewis left Wednesday after promoted to Regimental Adjutant. May let, a quiet but pretty weddingtook ire cream, randy, h'('., to register with Fla. Irt J Jioi'H1"
noon for Jasper where he will I spend place when their daughter, Miss him and to make! and tile with him : ;,
several days with his parents before I Luther I'owenho is a member of A Arvrnia was united in marriage to swum statements t Knowing, the Il
entering, the service of Uncle Sum. the Naval Reserve' spent the week.lent :-'Ir.I.thur Minton. Only a few near amount of sugar needed in the business \- I+;j5444+HH.U.' )...4-.I4-444- i's 4-S'i'4tt4,4a t. r..il) ,
at the home of his father, Mr. L.. I
friends and relatives were present. I of such |persons and then certificates I"

Keep this under your hat-you C. Powell. The ceremony was performed by ...iIIl In' issued by Dl Ir. Boucli- i.t i.liE=

never know where you are until you : Rev. Ceo: II. Fowler. nm t at hose entitled thereto. From

try the rash syste.ni. Quigley Lumber i I While soml'one.rives/ his life- :Mr.[ and, :Mrs. Minton are fine young :May !.">. 1'MH! no dealer will be allowed
& :Supply; Co. i I what are you giving/ Think a min people, and the entire (community wish to sell! sugar to. Inused in HiuliIHIMIHSH $- -_. ---- --.. i
ute. All of the Red Cross War Fund them u long, happy and prosperous except, nixin the delivery by )

call at the "riscoe Sales & Service goes for war relief.-_ life the. Durihaxer of a rtrtilicate thereforissued .qi tt

r >mpany for a demonstration of thoRriscoo A FRIEND.\ by :Mr. ({enchant.VUu'ii .
the car with a "Half Million Mr[ E. !M. :Manning[ assistant state sugar! is Hold on u cirtilirale.KIM .

Dollar :Motor." agent for boys, clubs, was in Starke! MRS. J. R. I>.\\IS ENTERTAINS; h icrtihmto i must be iiinreled by THE DRIVE IS ON ;
Friday looking! after the boys club tin dealer and on the first. of the HIICrioding .

Mi Elery A Manning, son of D. work in Bradford county.I Mrs[ J. R. Davis entertained n monlli all laurelled) certificates
W Manning[ / of Starke, is now employed the dealers to
crowd of young folk at her summer must be Kent by f
at Sanford. He will be home : am handling, the famous American "
Orlando, Fin.I
home on Lake Kingsley Tuesday eve :Mr. Keacttam at -- I
on a visit shortly. I Tires, guaranteed for 3,501)! rmles. Call ning.. J. E FUTCH "

and let me show you the lino. R. Burrows It being a beautiful moonlight; night County Food Administrator for Help the Red Cross t ,
the mostof
Economy means making Starke. everyone enjoyed a nice swim in the Bradford County |I
what you have to spend. Try the .-- I

rash system and be convinced. Quig. Sergt. Rodney Turner of Camp lake.Those enjoying Mrs. Davis' hospi =Non-Fatal Injurien Quite Common :

ley Lumber and Supply Co. Wheeler, Macon Ga., is spending a tality were ;Misses Josie Hoffman, I In a booklet published by the Aetna and help yourselves by r'

furlough of five days with his parents ( niece of Mrs. Davis), Anna Canova,,, Life Insurance Co., we find the following I ,
B. M. Knight left Tuesday afternoon ''r. and Mrs. W. :M. Tuiner.. 'Cleo Mitchell, Martha Fripp, Aileen item: "Available statistics

for Perry where he will take Alvarez Lucile Tatum Emma Powell prove that last year in the United : paying cash.
charge of the Model 19 Linotype in State Attorney Long returned on received '
Mesdames Hughes and Tomlinson; States 11,000Ii1cople() ( non- '.
the office of the Perry Herald. Thursday from Gainesville where he Messrs. C. Gunn, Carl Johns Dray fatal injuries." This must include :
has been in attendance at the springterm John not sufficiently serious I I'f
ton Colley, Powell Carr Colley, slight injuries
Mrs. J. W. Wester, of Macclenny, of the circuit court. Pitt Tomlinson, Ray Colley and Lorry to require the attention of a surgeon.I'eople t tS f

vending stvernl days this week in Tomlinson. should be prepared to treat injuries I For Saving Service and c
Starke with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. L. C. Prescott has the thanks ---. of this character themselves ,

W. M. Turner. of the Telegraph man for a generous HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS FOR for most of them all\ that Is neededis

Ito sample of peaches and plums from SEASON; 1918 a bottle of 'hamberlain's Liniment.It Satisfaction you can'tbeat
Mrs. J. R. Brown will return his place on the Kmgslcy road. is excellent *or sprains and! bruises

Jacksonville Sunday afternoon, after The Bradford School to relieve the worst rheumatic
High/ athletic BM>
spending several days with her uncle, Think what you can afford to give season of 1018( was carried out in victorious pains.-Adv. fi-3-Lt.CLASSIFIED. the Cash System. ;
M. M: Hud double it. A life dependon
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. -then may
Basketball
style. being first,
DARE do loss?. ALL :
son. it-do
you was pulled\ off with only one defeat
of the Rod Cross War Fund goes for
put on our boys that being the Duval .
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. war relief. bunch on the 1)uvalfloor. The Starke QUIGLEY LUMBER AM) Sl'PPlY CO. r
W Kathleen r
II Graham and son, :Misses hack
them
boys come by defeating
and Aileen Alvarez and :Mr C. P. Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, !sr., anddaughter here later. __ _ _
Gunn: were visitors to Gainesville on :Mrs B. F Tender, of Valdosta h 3
Sunday. have returned home after a visit The girls played three without a I
- at the home of Dr. and Mrs..1.: P, defeat. one game being a tie. i ''W. V F. Mnnnmir :Kturki', '--o:! \ :II
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The teams played the heaviest
Sheriff Epperson and family attended Tomlinson. teams of the state and twelve
games I(1STOm; belt, Reward for return
the bncculaureatae sermon preached
by I Rev U A. Rawls at the school Mr.[ and :Mrs[ B. C.: Willis anddaughter I they Basketball had one from defat, the and boys one side tin. wassteered in 1'itt TomlmHon $ _... ...$
Willis, .
little Miss :Maitilo
auditorium in Lake Butler Sunday ----------- -
through to state champion
by
morning, I will leave tomorrow for Williston > who I I'Oli SAI.H -:J-iralliin: Jersey, cow, Il IlN1 '
Captain Sp er, graduated. The ?
:Mr.[
visit to S
.
where they will enjoy a fr.h with heifer calf Will sellheap.
girls had :Miss Emma Powell as
:May cap-
-Times-Union, Nut Williams Stark. /fi-10-.it:
Willis' parents. ,
J S. Norman of Lawtey was attending tnln, and they were victorious and as

to business in Starke :Monday.Mr 21st. she has another year it looks well for ....... . .. ... .
I FOR SAM-:-One /S-pnssontjer Overland .N a NNN 1 N f .. ...+.f...... tt
[ Norman reports the boll weevil as"going Mrl. next season. i. .iI
of Dr. and ; [
Edwin Freeman, son almost Rood!
car, as as new.
the with the cottonIn Four of the left the
over top" boys team this
leave the Polytechnic ((1
A. II. Freeman will See it before you buy. Price $l'!)<). t
his section. School of .Auburn Ala., on year finishing school, also one girl .1. T. /G-10-tf. .
the "Jrd of June and go to Chicago, from their team. Games were won Quigley. The man who knows about the : I 4

Mr R. W. Dunlap of the Southern where he will enter Ft. Sheridan for from the following teams I F \ dangers and) the horrors of lire, is Y i iIII
W\NTEJJ--AJt"'loII farm hand sh'alywork.
Cattle Co. and the Walkill I-awtey Inverness Lake City 4,
Feeding ,
training in the army. II. L. tho tirl'mun-cullelj: almost daily to
Rising I'ecan Form :
in Green Cove Duval Ocala
i Farms, Green Cove Springs, was Springs, St. .
Starke Monday on business with County Geo. White who has been attending Augustine. 2. Stevenson Starkn, Fla. 5-17-tf deadly outbreaks. Ask any firee
short Baseball was not carried out in full man about the advisability of being i
Agent Gunn. Sutherland College, spent a old! bull small s /
1.0ST.-2-year Jersey
with his in Starke this the team failing to secure games with ; i insured, and he will tell you it Is .
while parents
for age; marked! crop in one ear,
Not all Americans can win a niche week leaving :Monday for Jackson South Florida.with It was victory in both split under-bit in the other. Reasonable the wisest and safest thing to do, i

m the Hall of Fame but all can keep ville where he has secured a position game The Gainesville High this sea reward for information.. {' I to protect yourself against loss.
out of the Hall of Shame that bears with the Cummer Lumber ('o. son. best team ever producedfrom Starka. G2tf.
the names of profiteer and hoarders B. Ii. S. was in form .but they Hollingsworth i Then come to us and, let us write i

both Starke people failed to get games. Only Ive hits I you a policy In one of the reliable 2
of of '
ef wasters and slackers, Quite a number WANTED-Daily shipments of fresh
the commencement exorcises one in the second game, was received F1REHE t Companies we reprewnt. The cost i iis
sexes and all ages. attended Eggi. Chickens, Teaches, Berries, :
of the Lake Butler High School Monday elf the Starke bunch. One run Tomatoes, Green; Beans, Okra, small

and evening. Among those going was secured from an error. The team Sweet Potatoes, Green; Corn, Cane
i Supt. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell Matthews and was in champ style and was going out I 4Z
Florence
were Misses etc. C. H. Hubbard Prod.
and Mrs. Tom. Syrup
children T. J. Poppell Gunn, but failed to get a schedule. -
C. D.
I Powell Messrs.
Saturday Emma lJealerSt.. Ptershunc, Fla. 522
returned
linden
Butler
of Lake Jim Kickhtar Ray Collev. Willie and Gun Beasley the best athlete of the
afternoon from an auto trip to and Prof. S. Snowling. school, and captain of the team fn-
Tampa, Sanford Kissiromee and other I l Raiford Epperson The play "The Masonic ished this term. He has led this FOR SALE--30 acres of land cleared : JOS. E. WILSON it i- {

a rby towns MM- Poppell and splendid success and all bunch to victories that will be long and fenced within half a mile Of .
t Cluldisw rand Mrs. .Tomliason spent Ring, was a perfectly with remembered. Most players of these Lawtey. Reasonable terms Lout'|

J several days at Sanford with relatives earned Miss Winnie oft their Townsend parts and J. E. teams graduated but the school has II. HUL. Lawtey Fla. K-17-41 STARKE FLORIDA

f-white Supt Poppell and brother motored Mains, as bride and groom ..tarriztr.I more and these have the same old t i
The .
farther down the itate. I Misses Eva and Iris Epperson are winning feet which will come next FOR SALK-Three. 3-year-old Jer-
Ution camp at Arcadia was visited. the week with relatives In season. raw ....' m.--Wrrh vnn"R ealv.". F
. *. well as many other points of ini.tertit spending Lake Butler. A GRADUATE. C. Hollnarsworth, SUrk 8-17-tf ................ ............. ..,.. . .......... . ...

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"'''AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK E. FLORIDA. FRIDAY :MAY 21. 1 J'M, ,

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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I I wish to nnnnunre tlmt, T iM1 ., -
Bradford et-r drawinu coffee from a big marmlto as + + I for number of the Hchool |II[. ,, ", 'toll.
County Telegraph Costumes for Afternoon and + POi-ITICAL ANNOUNCEMKNT9: : : 1 No 3, cotmlKtlnir nf New Uh i ';""t

fast as I could fill cups and, pointing J + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + hnm Hampton and Thi>rir, >Hu .,' .., '-nI >
-- - -- - ----- I to his pipe said< Tobac, tobac. I REPItESESTATI\'E-GRIl'P t.I I nm A achool patron nnrl f, I ""

PubliHhCd'el'lIly, and entered an Beend I Wear That Hint of Summer said< 'Vo ;you act SOLO tobacco lie FOR am candidate lor m.muinthip annuunomy In the U U'.m tint. If in I the urn welfare chcttd of I 8hnl our i (.> tl,'JI f I.,
tivc. and h fix:by
Hou of Kprtni
seemed stunned for a moment andthen f forward brut rlfxrlii
at my to II
daM matter at the piwt-olfice 1 in the com in* primafy r"i "
candidacy in drvup
said : 'Do ;you know It nearly I tm.1 that 1 know tho need of our Starke. Florida.L .
gave me a fit to bear you speak Eng county and nt.tv in a lrirhlatU" w'"y and havin D U -i 1"" ., ,I.
-- - lish. I haven't beard tft>r<.n chief clrrk of the Uuus* for the .ramn -
About Sleeveless Overblouses and Capes a woman apeak of 1917 1 am fttmlliar with the protittflnum SUPEKMSOR OF RMiU, | II.| ,,--
E. S. :MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner.J. English in flve muiiths.' Ho said bo of ftald bod)'. X solicit the auppurt of alld'm".le I hen)' Hnnounvi. that 1 i ,

C. ROni.VSON:- : Associate Editor.AN bad beeD walking about In tbe cold votr. and if eUct ,d. pmmwe. fur -c'lt-'ctiun aa Sup i Uor ,u' .>t '.." I /."
K. A. GULF.N.FOR for Brndforil 1 -IU"
faithful and *(Tic lent aerviois. county n 'i .
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I loco four o'clock laat night. He the >upiurt| of tho ..)lois at "' ..M. ("
couldn't find a hotel or a bright llgbtb mary and Promina n o. nth,".nattintion p".
;, New York, :May 22.-One by one on rangement of the cuffs. caune, of eoura*, everything Is closed REPRESENTATIVE-CHOrP TWO in to the dut.u: of tli "thrillC. '
11918 191.JjM 1 hurvby announce my HP If a candliluto \
the streets the costumes for summer Capl'Iilitary:\ and Civilian and darkened on account of the bombardments. Croup Two for r..*nomi nation for the office FOIl COVSTABLE D1STHM T 1 M in,

[ M AA..JfT2T3 weather are appearing. It is very interesting . . The Americans are.er' of Representative, In the f....ftlalature from 1 hfft'liy' announce myti'lf ri 8.
N [ !' !!......!. The cape has come to stay, at least ,111.
of the I",
the action the uirlce of Conntnble "
to walk Fifth Avenue Bradford county, lubjrct to of U, , .
up fond of bam sandwiches. :
for the time being. They are grace They l>u mocratio primary election to "b* held in llrnrirord county. Florida' aubjicof ,
4i I now, for one's attention is divided be.twcen ful things and can be used for so oat much more than the French soldiers June. 1918. I respectfully tollcit the support I the Ut-mocratla primary u I I4th. I., I.'I I'"

the glowing shop windows and and when they first cam In and of all voters at said. Democratic primary and 1918. and respectfully nohcr 1//: ,. ""
many different occasions. Some are promise a faithful dutch a rue of my duty If I of all votera at laid primary. u"Kn
8T9 O 11 well-dressed crowd that throngs the ordered six 81IS apiece It caused consternation
.5 6 1 copies of the capes worn by our Navy I am honored with re-election J. D UH
i pavements. The warm days we are officers throughout the land. Tbe 12-28-tf A. S. CREWS.I .

I having make our heavy clothes seem extremely good looking they funniest thing of all Is to bear the FOR CONSTABLE DISTKK;;'T-;--
too For the In i
are who do Reprcwntatlve
12J3141 J 1 t women not : am a candidate fur
unbearable and so it is with deeper Sammle grandly urging these I hen'by announce myaelf a ,
a want to wear these military I : wealthy Group 2 anti respect fully solicit the up port conntublo of Dintrlct No. I 'iLnelcctud . "u '.,
interest than ever (if possible) that there others capes, English girls to 'keep the change oh, of thn voter* who will. participate in the Urm promln. a faithful pcrfduti <. ', ..' :.td *

19 212 ,,23 242621l2B..29 we study the latest styles and appropriate are just as attractive. keep tbe change I' . We start the ocmtie primary be held June 4th.in tho If letf my* ... pertHlnlnv to that olficily .' I JJ.'J
Some are much longer on one side ambition to rc-prmnt our county lolicit; the /*
aupport of thi [
,1 I"
for our own frocks, a collar day; at live and work continuously until inlature U ratified y iTioil, exert my every ''c. *
than on the other and can be thrown I tore at the aominv primary
there and nine when effort to er\e thu .beat InturmUi of the county
I here a sash arrangement three fresh cantlnlerea
31 N. D r .
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around the arm and over the shoulder and .'.Ie. M. J. S VI'l'FOR "
perhaps a tunic of draped skirt from I relieve us. At five wo go on for the
after the manner of the Italian
officer.
some place else. I evening shift from flva to eight and COMMISSIONER V iaTRICT NO.' 1.I -- -
Some are shoulder with coat
The sleeveless overblouse in all their capes a it Is the most exciting and exhaustingof hereby announce that 1 am a candidate
) arrangement in front. Most of them tbe shifts. There Is certain time for County C"nm'a.lune' for District No. 1.I'roidjnce I CHARLES E. DAVIS
: *' :MAN: TO ANY: :MANDy are made of dark colors for street a and 1'alentine votmir precinct and
wbn they' coma down on us like a respectfully solicit, the support of the voter' I
wear, though evening capes come in. flood eight or ten deep around the at the cominir primary election. It elected Madison Fla.
( Gerald Stanley Lee) all the delicate shades. There is not 1 will tine my best efforts to nerve the interest*
aiwl! thre hundred
counter tour altogether
;. I do nut know how other men feel a great deal of trimming on them. In thta little or room, as eager of the public. .__ O. V. BROOKS.I I

ubout it, but I find it hard, with all ; Often the lining is for .fit.mdate fcr
I gay repeated and tired a. acho 1boy.." hereby announce inttn: rt <
t" that is happening to the world today the draped collar. Sometimes the deep County CommiH8it>n*-'. District' o. 1. J'rr videuce .
The foregoing letter radicates that und I'atwtirc, r.d resuctt.lly< to'ic'l
in the face.
to look a small boy armholes are bound with a contrasting .. .
the support of theo: it at the tit mocratioprimary
I When a small boy looks trustingly color, or the pockats are faced with our soldiers look to the Red Cross election to be held on June 4th Ipromuttf

to me and I see his -world-the Canteen as an oasts In a desert. They If elected, to a rve Ida people to tho
up satin foulard silk. '
world he thinks he is going to have or or sports would not have It U It were cot fur' bent of my ability., ('. CUEWS.

in his eye, I am afraid. 1hIIUCl ...JAO-dl! !l your Bed Groan.NVhenever Frfenda of J. J. B it?11 in* announce him a

The in his of the world candidate for County CommluBioner fmm District
look eyes One of the nicest of the new styles
No. !. composed of Palestine and Providence
he thinks he U going to have cuts me in that of the dress that slips on over You Need a General Tonic voting prccincU. We ask the support
of the voters' of the district for Mr. Bit-lllnir,
\ to the quick .the bead and requires no fastenings. TaktfOrove's.
and ansure them that he wi.l KIve' careful and
( 1 have always! felt I had an understanding Once upon a time, doubtless, the mere The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless efficient attention to the duties of the office.

; with a small boy before. mention of a dress that did not require chill Tonic is equally valuable as a

,', 1 Hut the last four years when he fastening would conjure up visions ofa General Tonic because it contains the FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 2.I .

looks at me in that old way and I dowdy, frumpish costume on the or. well known tonic properties of QTJ1NINB hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection
and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives to the office of county com miss toner
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world the that I
think of his one see der of the "wrapper" of other days
out Malaria Kn riches the Blood and In and for District No. 2. and"r>spectfully >o-
in his the I had myself-the \\a licit the of the > democratiaprimary
eyes- one Now there nothing frumpish or Builds the Whole System. 60 cents. support voU rn at the
up election to be held June 4th. I
one email boy has a right to, I on
every ,..
if
prom elected to vivo the name conscientious
nee suddenly instead the one that U attention to the dutim" of the office as 1

' being left over for him by me, by nil :MARKETING: HOGS have in the put. __ _C. A. ROBERTS.

i' of us, the one he will have to try to beats burying them. Steve Hoover cfMt. I respectfully announce to tii voters ofCommlfwinners

;'. put up with, have to live in, have to bo Pleasant, Iowa writes, "Com District No. 2 that I am a candidate

' ..' .' a man in, when you and I have stop- menced feeding my herd of about 100 for Comm.ssiuner of said district. 1
If elected
promise to tttve the dutieit of the
f pod trying. hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder over office my careful attention. C J. KNIGHT

t ,.. Then when I face the small boy I two months ago. Fifty were t-kk and

I want to go: off in a wide high place off feed. Nearby herds had cholera. I hereby announce myielf a candidate 'or
county commissioner' fur dmtrict; No 2 i 't to go down into the city and fight- I did not lose one they are well and butler and \\orthinitton* nnd earnestly solicit

alone and think and ask God. I want growing fast."-For Sale by J. W. the support of the voters of this dintrlct nt

fight 'wi h and with my White & Son StarUo, Fla. S-3-5t. the democratic plm,1'oll.otion to be hi Id
my money June 4. 101H. and pro mine, If tlected. to rut
hope go over the top with my religion: Attractive Dress of Figured Voile forth my "bent effort t.. nerve the people of ',
Follow IrisfifPotatoe thin dmtrict and county to the font of my
and then come back and face the small your ability.

gay colors make charming street ... f _ _E.. V. HAYES. CANDIDATE FCR CONGRESS
boy.There They originally intend and other Trucking Crops i
wraps were
are days during this struggle: COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3. [ 2nd. Congressional District.
when my soul in spent and all the ed for sports wear but are so practical with I hereby announce myself a cum!'dnte for
,
and generally becoming, they are I office of county commissioner of District' No.
,'. world sorms made of iron and glass 3. lLawtey and Km ford), subject to the will ; Hat had ten yeara experience RI Still
for different
and all these crowd of people flocking being worn many occasions. Cowpeas of the qualified electors. at the cominir election. Legiilator-.Author of "DaviaLaw"Stanca pad. .
Satin skirts are usually the to be field June 1919. If elected I pledge .
who do
the streets not
: through myself to faithfully with
Pre.idenWH.o"011
accompaniment of these overblouses perform the duties of !
seem to care. said. office to the bent of
ability and
my to
It deems ns I would not turn over though skirts of pique corduroy, cot Chufas the bent Interest* of all concerned Equsl I all war mea.urea..I. a native FlondiuHe <<

ton gabardine and flannel are often HtrhU to all and no special privileges to any ..- will be true to your intereatI --
hfad to save a world to live in one.
my C. R S\I'P.
I) J worn with them. The hat, as a rule Sorgum
mynrlf. It does not master about me VOTE FOR HIM
I I, -and some days the people I see JlO"f' : }belongs to the sailor type, with a wide I takathlA method of announcing that I nm I
\ brim and rather high crown, repeating Cuban a candidate for County Commissioner for Dis I I-
by almost mnk> me think it docs not June Corn trict No. 3, composed of Ralford and Lawup -
the color of the '
..t matter about them. predominating costume votintr precincta If elected I shall strhe toiri +*++++++ +
in the <.c the district 'i + +++ +++++
band under and the
'f. or facing. Weeviprcof county R-ciml' service ana
" .. Then suddenly I go: by troops of member of the board I respectfully solicit
.fJ school children at four o'clock pouring Sport shoes, in white or dust-tan are Write for price'SEMINOLE the support of the voters nt the eomtnjr ,'lec + COMPARISONWe

into the stretes like fire considered very smart tion. D. W. REDDISH
f.; 0 out pouring Theftunuon Frock SEED CO., .... i
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into the INVITE:" 1'than
: ; pouring like sunshine out COUNTY ccmparison
A the convinces Gainesville Fla. COMMISSIONFR PlSTRfCT 4.
trip through shops
streets! ( hereby announce mysdf as a condiit f<. for ::: to price and juality.. o'' our
.JJt I ii the of for the LiberI one without further argument of the "- "- the offic** of tounty commissioner; for .itstn'M
It roll drums -
I II. G. HARDI.NG & COEyron : No.4. If elected I ..h..11York for ::: choli c line ofGROCERIES
, ... T .nnn' many, many ways in which one can The slip-Over urexsI tertfts of the the 1 best m
OJ county and on this basis I nolii'it
: unite economy with style! Never have I I the support of the :::
voters
I want to rinjlrcat church bells to In the primnry of
the materials been so: attractive. The II dowdy about these smart dresses. As Ga., April 11, In 7. I June 4th. T T. W \1.1.
Red Cross I
call people to the :::
Old
colors seem fresher than of old, and you can see from the illustration they Kentucky Mfg. Co., You need thtm'-' mutt ha\i>
t' 5'1' My rule for a mun'H finding out just ; Paducah f he..hy announce my oan.ft 11, v f<.i. ''".i.i-
how muih he should subscribe to the the quality of the materials higher. are extremely good looking. This one Ky. ty'Gr>mrrm lon>r for the Stnrl e <*"mmi; i<. ::: thl'm.t .

Voile is one of the most Valuable aids has some odd little touches that make Gentlemen: I or H District,, un.1 l rt-sptctfu'Iv, '! "i. .nt, the .' .M. .\ lI.rcmpnrll1g our Rccrfi and
si
Red Cross is this: "it? >n nnd "
of the
mpport ,
I J had cholera in herd of hogs voters nt D <
to coolness. The little afternoon it different from the dress. my :;:
Put down your name and address summer average ctunlnn pilmary. If elected I will: dn my b..n prlcct! with other, when you
dress illustrated here iaof that The belt arrangement is repeated for recently and begun feeding the B. A. I townrd n froed b-tiiiues. administration of the
::: KNOW
leave the why ha\e fea iMIKE'S
J on the blank and amount Thomas' Ileg Cholera Cure Alnd affairs of the OJtintvtEO. we ro
stop
fascinating material. Some of those The knitting .carried '
anywhere bag*
to think. Then try going past a ; C LIVINGSTON.
open I
r ped losing hogs at I FRUIT STORE
once. was
my Ii
unusual flowers that only bloom inFashion's the cuffs. The tiny buttons on the or-
j .1 school house after four o'clock when losing from four to five each night until A number of friends and ft'T'owcltizens
.: ( the children are pouring: out. garden are scattered over with this costume is worth studying I began the use of this preparation.I have re nin for Commmwiiont. I'' II 1 1..1 I H IIIIIII I I *+++++++

Or in the evening When the house is the background of creamy white with gandie vest are the only ones used raise from the Starke district nrd 1 herrby mnke
a cross-bar of moss green. The dress also, for it shows a new shape and is about 200 head of hogs per announcement, otI./ .y randidary for said ..t. -
.
1 the .
down fI
quiet, name and If elected I
put your fhall ,
and orfve
year never expect to be without mv befit cff rt* r.==
can be closed on either the right or very easy to make. toward discharging the duties of
best figure you dare on the white pa remed the office.
1. the left side, one of its unusual features So many of the thin dresses have' your ). JESSE: THOMAS.I COFFINS CASKETS

I per.Then ; another being the sash slipped very deep hems, some' times as deep Yours very truly, -
go up stairs a minute and look H. G. HARDING & CO. hereby. announce that I am a candidate/ And a full line ofUndertakers'
through a slush. The surplice closing as eighteen inches! This sounds extravagant for County Commissioner
I in the crib. for District' No.
For Sale by J. W. White & Son of 4
.; I Then look at blank when is becoming to most women giving but on the other hand a Suirke). I respectfully solicit the votes and Supplies
your you Starke. support of the
.. 1 come down once more. a charming: length of line which is deep hem is a great advantage, for only G-3-5.. primary to be held Democratic June 4th.electors and promise at the Automobile Hrarxe.

continued in this case onto the skirt, one petticoat has tobe worn, while JUNE 1 1918. careful. attention to my duties If elected. Always on hancf. The best service

Short sleeves are fast becoming the with the thin dresses with narrow H. M. M'RAE.COUffTY .
HUNS
f 1 HERE IS WHAT CRAFTY TOP at the lowest priced. Special

I DO WTH HUMAN:\ DERELICTSGermany rage, and really they are the more ar- hems, one must wear two petticoats. $ COMMISSION-ER DISTRICT 5. attention to telegraph orders

li _______ n_ _____ UUU re-election I hereby for announce myself a candidate for
'. In sending back into trict County Commissioner of Dis
S. subject to the action of the Registered Embalmer
I train is met by ambulances for those comma
Franco at Evinn all of the military dtmncrat" primary. If elected f promise
who can't walk. They are given med Optimistic Thought. $$U continue, to irive the duties ef the to
I discard of the occupied territory in office my
France and Belgium, all of the people ical care, food and clothing and then lie In nhove his em-mien that depple UUUU earnest attention. H. D. MAY. l PeWITT C. JONES
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who eat and can't work- the old men when they have rested, and no longer t lr Injuries. $ $$USUUUI I take this method nt nnnoii
find women, mothers with several need hospital! care they are sent into candidate for Couiuy fommf-' i I.,,u of iMitrret am- -. -i<
$$$$$$S Srr No 5. compose o* New
other parts of France where Red IV* Broofcer. .
: thildren, the insane and small children frnham, Hampton ---- - -
tn>] Theresit .
: Cross representatives meet them and More Metamorphosis. $$$$$$$$$$$ eincts. I oilna prr-
I all the wnsteage; of a nation who Man used to have hobb ItJ $$ $ democratic respectfully solicit the \otes otht The Ci. .1:1 Inat iiocs NtH lirt's ItnJiecin
a ) Now **** elector of .
help them to take life again. the diftt; .
up .t and'
only burden to the Huns. All pr .**
"" I are the boys a of fourteen and over are Homes arc made for them and occupation > baa a hobby, It Is a bug. $U$$:$ THE $***$$ flee imso If careful I nm attentfou elected to J.the J.drtf MUKCANI 4 of the. of* U1. '.H UIJl'i.MlMSIibettr toiile anllna.tlv.: : tl' 11 In': '

is found and they are cared ; IUSU$ $rUh U 'in' Jon not cnnne mTait \ "' !
held ns ..IUVf'lC and made to work for n ; 1-mcmijer tlie I I'-ii .' -M!
: Germany; ; all of the men arc prisoners for tenderly and 10vin ly. uUUUUSUUUUII'II.SUIUUUU Countv hereby announce that I am a candidate* for I I mature ol 1:. W. CtO' E *-

; the young.. guN. of sixtct-n and Not everybody in America can fight, I, Bombardments Cannot .. $$$$$$:;$$::: $$$$$$$ New River Commlss, Ilrooker.oner Graham for Disftt! .t No ft. i

but the Red Cross :: $.... Theressa p..clnc... Inrnr>tnn it rut
i over Art hold l ly the Huns and thewomen everyone can help I promise careful .
nttn
with child and that is really truing military service .....$$ $ $Sl::: $$: $$ $$$u" 111 lion to the duties of the nfTiciif, J am <'I.t,1 l POYOUROWN

also because only. one young these are because the Red Cross supplements Drive This Woman Back 1.....$$ $$:Ii$$$S;$$$$$$$$ II'U' JAMES REYNOLDS

'. kept in every case ..ltl.U$$$$$$::1; $$$
$
childrrn have German fathers and the work of the men in the U IS..m.IIIII.UUI CANNING

\ they< will help build the next Hun trenches by building: up the morals of $$$$$$$$2iUIUII'IIUUUU MF. "IER SCnOOL 1I0ARD DISTRICT I,
to up F'enel.' or I.. .'.
this service the civilian $ $U$$ t'" Powell h.Io. .., .
to ''
the by
troops I him eanIH'e ,
; urmy. 8h* Thinks Coffee for Soldier* U"" ro Meml"., ot Ihe WITH ASTEAM
$*$$*$ OVER $$:$$St"1U1 School Bo..1 CnUl "
;. these people who are coming backare population of France and by Imm Dlotrl.t No. Stark., ,, ..
from walk of life Some of other services! to the soldiers them Mor Important Than Safety. turn*j{**$: $rUUIIUII to.Lawtoir.. ) Bn1 H.ll.-it Ih. .uppo-t o' th. ,..
I every I .. $$$$$$$$ IU .t JhVOIt!:"* >orlo".ry.' kn wn' t' .1 V?
.11$1 ;
: .
.t them used to I

them huvc nothing. Everything that America can have a share in this The following extract: are taken ......$$$1$$$$t$$$$$$$$$$$'"111.It our public sch.x.l .ytem. trait ?i

\ they had, their money, their property, \ great war for liberty against Prus- from a Utter written by' a Red CroM mUUtU U)::.; :,;$UUIIIIII -

\,..' their homos have been taken by the sianism.NOTES. ._ Canteen worker Helen McKlhone nAmerican 1.....$$uft! $$:IitI:; UUII" h..reby Throu"h the aollcltaUon.. of m" Ilond. I
$$t$ $$$$$ announ.a 813< .1t c."dldate .
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top ..
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\ Germans, nnd they have been Bent .1 woman Dad college Iraduatlnow .1""Clon m..mbe, ot th.. eount,. ..hool boad CANNER
r back to France with only the clothes : ABOUT BRADFORD COUNTY 1..uudUtUh :$U'U.IIIIIIIIUU lor I.trict. .No. I. It .I..ted I will orlv. th.

'< t, that they wear And that France isunconqucrcd SOLDIERS located In a district almoat contaotljr $$ $$$U:$$ UUIIII" vtee.Ibl.IOhool In.e....in.. the of tha tU'UN eoun." tho bawt .....

under bombardment : ttt..i*****$ !tH tt.... th.. u I ha". don. In .
and unconquerable id < put. I 1..1| that I .m In Mntlon, nj reduce ,".Ml* cotf*l U*"t.Coery .
:Mrs. F. Scott ha received card ta >lv.
A. a
.murSUi:! GOES $$$$$$111111Stttitmtn better ..rvle. the
; .' shown by the spirit of these people. next two T.r. than the horn,.hould' haY.0".i a.".Id ea..u"
I from her cousin. Lieutenant Sam "Foyer dee Allies. IUIUUUS t.rm and. I rwpcct/ully aollcit tho ............put ot .....ult..0........ il} nU tan fr.."..Vc/ (",a-
,' They are the most wonderful people Ward, stating that he has arrived gafeiy "BarleDue."Things i the "0..... J. C. McRAE. >'".Came o> F,.-h..Th. ..
: :, J in the world-these repatriates. 1"lId.Ig; $$$$i$$ U'h' -

,/I', For three and a half years they haveBuffered A oversea.card look Try' black to mo. I 1.Ust $$)1j; U.1...... MEMBER OP SCHOOL BOARD-DIST. NO.-I Caao Waler Seal Sfeam Cul .

that from Ray Newson announces the big outlook of I''''.UU S; SUI: $ I hereby announe. myKelf canrfidnt* for Abtolalclr Safe.
everything people am discouraged at ......
can that he has been transferred to Newport I th. offie. of member. of acliool board ton", I,. "e"t.of ... .. ...
.. t tt conll..ctlo. .1. "
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Buffer and live. They have :toCUU.! ..... Dlntrlct No. 2. ..
; f undergone News, Va. affairs aDd also at ny' small doings eomprliinir Lake Butler. Ral. .a...t.nt.d .onu..c.o.. .1_.11.....,1. J
-; vivisection mentally morally, spirit I' 1..II$$$$ Ug:$ g: gh..U.:: ..... ford. Worthlnvton. Providence. Paleatln. If "..Io.m .."'....alu.. whICh no .th.' ...
"I. Cyrus Sistrunk who recently joined but It taaj be the blackness that comes ......U$.$gt: $t t lected I promta to perform the dutiea of thr ....do.... thu. ...D." )K......... ... ..... c".,
ually and physically and there are no the colors at writes UU...... office to the beat of ability. e..d a"d ....,,, all thl nal..aI a........
words in any language that can describe the home folks that Camp Jackson I I before dawn. Lot o. hope BO. Our .....11.$sd$$$$$$$$t'Ut"1ttuuuUtt P. M. PADGETTI .....
he likes the
.' : what they have been through, army DO certainly need help now as much !tu tt...... 0..1.. la hall .h. II.... ... _..
-' : and hopes soon to be sent to the bat a* the poUua, I am beginning to """$$SUS CASH $$$$$$<' "' take thla method of announelrur to the .eit .."..d by .,h.. _......... It. ,. .-
and their spirit is undaunted. The laena of School '0. 'u.1 ,. .
\ yet tle fields in France.Chos. Dlntriet No. I that I ca" ." ..... .. ...1.
.. been
women speak with pride of their honored tho* who bne at the ......Uut !tUtU..1U1 candidate for member of It". count,. am C. 'b.. ....-.efli h...........
I M. Underbill has been trans board school ." .. ...... .. . .
:root. In fact. I am beginning to ice .. sssut tt ttttt i for laid diatrlct. I . .. ... . .
r. ..;. I dead, of their husbands sons ferred from Camp Jackson to ..., tIStSS..,... th. aapport of th. voter, at reHtwctfullir aolielt ,..."., .,ill...a ", .CI...
thi life.
Camp som of. tb* reaulu of They the com I
', I', \ and fathers but when they speak of S vier, Greenville, S. C. ar. lick aud bomralck. and wors ......usut ttt tU tttt..Uu.... I mary, election and promfvo v. ua.. my .beat rue pri ef .._lIne-,.

j ,l their Huns daughters it is hopelessly who are and held with by bowed the I."r' --- thing bar* happened to them. Sv.ral S $$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $ $$$ arttem fort for If 1 the am upbuilding elected. vf TIIOS.our poblic DICK!pchool. f1I aAU .,,'

..T 1 said : 'All w* aak I* to gt to ,_ So;Ill"......'

heads for they know they will never i Worth an Introduction.Tit the froat and do what w* bar* to do. Quigley Lumber & Sup FOR MBMBRR SCHOOL BOARD. DI9. NO. I I .
come back. I well to know one's I tak. thla method of
own mind, Anything U better tfcaa tbl. lit, . am . announcing that f
The American Red Cross is doing but It'l it least equally Important to TfeV morning wo bad mor Amrlcaatkaa ply Co. Starke of the candidate Coantr School for re-election Board. for aa member STARKE HARDWARE
Fla. Di.trict ..
much for these people at Evian and bava a mind worth eettlnj acquaint I havo betot'o at on>i tin* '.. During the p at term 1 ..... eodeftvored 1'1.

at other points in France. Every ..ntb.-Buffalo Tim**. I I ,Otto .aj jp to n* hue M I WM ".la.".*.lve... the If tchool r....Ift.Intereata.... I .hall 01 continue MM county to good follow CO. Starke Fb.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE

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I' Get the habit-pay cash, Quigley SERVICES TENT CLOSE: t
'I Lumber Jt Supply Co. i
Iji I IT..1. -IT1U._.! I '-. 1-L Ml I'llTho The lent meetings are over and wi 11 114i-
Bits of LocalInformation ll.lli il tirfct installment of interest onSivi'tul return to our several churches for all
< 1 Liberty bonds was due on May the services OUR LINE OF HATS'
l.'ith. Wo will be pleased to collect There will be the regular services ;
1rr this interest, for holders of the bonds. next Sunday morning and evening.! ;
Hank of Starke. It The public is invited. '
I W. G. LAW All feminine beauty lovers will be charmed ,!

C.w..l./..... .. lr..f., 7..In.r4 T There are plenty of good curs on the I with the wonderful display of our
..
11 FS. Ire C..ey..d T._ market but if you want the best call A ;NEW; FORM OF Ql'ESTIONN.tlltt' 1
at the Briscoe Sales & Service Company -
and buy Briscoe.. : MILLINERYEvery I
....- .JI I t l}
t Hrisco -"the wonder cur." Eggs J. W. White went down to Orlando A San Francisco youth who recently It
;io
Department cents Store.per dozen at Cash :Monday on a business trip While enlisted in the army was sent a I piece in our entire large collection is a

(0 G Jones was business visitor I away he will combine business with questionnaire by a local draft board I'
and it was forwarded to him in triumph of beauty, taste and utility. We have ;
[ to lncksonville Monday. Cash talks-June 1st. Quigley Lum- pleasure and visit his cousin, Hon. G. I' !
her and Supply Co. W. Crawford, of Conway. Franco. combed the markets for the choicest styles and
Don't forget to see the new hats atKnight's I' Dutifully he sat down and tilled it t
J. out. Here are some of the questionsand the best materials.:
[ Millinery. E. demons When
of Brooker, was in you buy your materials you
I Starke Monday on business. are satisfied; when you pay, we are his answers! as they were received Our specialty is building hats to our custom.
Allan Canova returned from a visit satisfied. Let's all be happy at once. by> the draft board: ], i
I( '.ampville on last Sunday afternoon j For cash only IICle-; June 1st. Quig- Pay cash. Quigley Lumber and Sup- Q.-'Are you an expert in any occupation i er's tastes. You MUST be pleased before we

ley Lumber and Supply Co. ply Co | are satisfied.
I L II Hill, of Lawtey, was a business A.- Fight Hung with a bayonet. j jQ.
Rawson .-.What language do you speak? YOU are cordially invited to our store andto
| visitor to Starke Monday. Davis, of Jacksonville In a letter to a friend Mrs. A. H.
spent Sunday in Starke with relatives.We Freeman states that she is still in A--Pigeon French. I inspect the triumphs of Art here on display.Knight's .
Special sale on Ladies ana Chil- I Auburn, Ala., with her son Edwin, Q.-What enterprise are you l.n-I
I dress trimmed hats at Stumps. are closing out line of Ladies and that on lust Saturday and Sunday gaged in?
I II and Children trimmed Hats. Stumps. they would have a family reunionDr. A.-"Fighting ]tuna '
1 O. Fralick was attending to business Freeman coming from Camp Gor- Q.-State the name under which the I Millinery ati'
I matters in Lawtey Monday. I Dr. J. p. Tomlinson went to Valdonta don, Capt. Henry K. Freeman coming enterprise is conducted ?

Saturday to be with hu brother from Camp Wheeler, and Mrs. L. A. A.-1-urop'un: war. I --
(II'V II Thomas, of Graham, l who is critically. Yates and little son from Tallahassee Q.-What is. produced, by Fiiid enterprise STARKE// FLORIDA
I business in ?
attending to Starke Mon-I I
| day I Try the cash system, you'll like it. A. Hell.Q. (.
Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. Inn letter received by Mra. Richard .-How many persons are employed %
Dr. J. O. Haynes spent Sunday in form her husband, Lieutenant II. C. in the plant where you work? "
I Hampton with his mother and his Capt. T. L. :Murphy and wife, of'' Richard he states that the commandto A.-Ten million.Q. ''I ) y
]Hampton which he is attached had .-Are you engaged in any agricultural -
I broother, Mr. Ovid Haynes. were visitors to Starke on' a good

Saturday. trip over, only two of the men beingill A.-Plowing enterprise"Xo-Man's-Lund.? 44*$*|**SK J>$.fr $"$ M-4v v Q 9A8 9S 6 S63vti?l f i'.w'f>i'i'
The new arrivals .ft Knght': Millinery on the trip. He mentioned incidentally
I are right up to the minute in Little :Miss Flora Brown, of Law that the Germans have one Q.-Are you an emplye or managing it
headwear. See them. I tey, spent the week with her cousin sub-marine less since their trip over. head of the nt i HOT WEATHER a
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.Mr. Another matter mentioned by Lieu- ing head of the enterprise?

Mr. R. A. Green and sister, Mrs. R.I tenant Richard, which is of great interest A.-Rear of enterprise. i k 4 =
State the kind of farm ? NECESSITIES ,
I S. Johns, were visitors to Lake : and :Mrs\ Lawrence Moseley, of just at this time, was the work Q.-
of the American Red Cross. lie said A.--Poor farm i
ler Saturday I Raiford, spent Sunday here with :Mr. !
What branch of the work
that everywhere turns he Q. are
and :Mrs J. Manning: one comesin

Sergt. W. M. Wainwright, of Camp contact with the activities of thisgreat you ,-engaged.l1iglring in trenches.1A ; ; With the coming of hot weather you should l provide i '

I Johnston, spent the week-end here If you go fishing, you need n little organization.- Q.-What-i la produced by, that ,; ; yourself with the necessities to make life more com I
with relativesMr. camping/ stove. Come in and let us
show you. Starke Hardware Co. PREACHING;; AT OAK GROVE branch ? 't fortable. I have a full line of i I +
Shell craters., :
I'I'A.
: Ross the Maxwell House Coffee !
I man, is, in town and will be here It is no longer, "Are you doing your There will be preaching at Oak A.-State the number nnd kind oflivent FREEZERS WATER COOLERS : is
bit?" The present demands Grove church Tuesday, May 28th. '. ii I on hnn I'? :

I for several days. emergency Full line of small articles.
that every one do his best. The speakers will be Elders Geo. A. .\.- Crumbs and other vermin; also 1 s t
t
Ford top and back curtain for Smith, Pros. C. A. Callis, of the Southern Huns. j I :i Screen your home to keep out the fly and the mos : (
:M. Leviton Starke. $10,1 W. B. Ilaynus, roadmaster for the States Mission, and PresidentM. (1.-r ;ITi.w miiv pr'Mons ; .e on the
Window
in all and
quito. screens sizes kinds. Save
Seaboard Air Line at Vidalia, Ga.! : S. Winder, of the Florida Confer land ? i
:Messrs. Geo. L. :Massey and Brooks was a visitor to St:1I'J.eI"nday.: ence. A.-- \:"'n(' v 'ry long ; your wife's temper by buying a I t j
Everybody to come and bring lunch ----.--..- l
Shipman left Thursday for a business I BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE
j trip to Green Cove Springs. I). J. Byrd, one of the substantial for there will be two sessions! one at :SALE: OF sriJAIt; .
11 and 2 No hot weltering days over a wood stove. Cook in
citizens of the Graham section, was a a. in., one at p. m.MI.VroNFOWLKK ';
--.--- -By Bulletin ;No.; 5. 13. 1*. :Mr. Bra-I .i j.
:Miss! May Fripp, who taught in business visitor to Starke, Thursday. : :- : \ \ comfort on one of our oil stoves. i
ton Bearham Federal Food Administer -
I Live Oak the past term, is here visit- .
I ing her uncle, Mr. L. C. Powell.G I Capt. Henry K.: Freeman, who is for Florida requires all druggists .
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. _
stationed at Camp Wheeler, has been bottling work, canning_ factories, JONES HARDWARE
K. Lewis left Wednesday afternoon promoted to Regimental Adjutant Fowler, .on Wednesday afternoon, making suft drink, liptrraiie syrups| I ::1
;
:May 1st, quiet but
a pretty weddingtook 1 ice cream, (randy tec.. to register with
| for Jasper where he will spend I place when their daughter Miss him and l Io make, and tilt with him Starke Fla. a .
I Luther Powell, who is member of ,
several days with his before a :
parents
Arvpnia, was united in marriage to worn. statements Khowing.. the :t tto ; If
I the Naval Reserve, the week-
entering the service of Uncle Sam. I'I lend at the home of his spent father, :Mr.\ L. :Mr. Arthur :Minton.\ Only a few near amount of sugar needed. in the busHs !- ..a' t o.t+ 'F reel3ti >. "' ?4634i iiH"j'>o 'Jot "' !--No.N..t ., ,

this ''C. Powell. friends and relative were present. n.. of such persons and then cer- i
Keep under hntyounevl.'r
your
I know where, i The ceremony was performed l>y tHrafeH will In-, issued by Mr. Boucli- .
you are until i
you Rev. Geo. II. Fowler.
the While gives his life- am t iitliimo. entitled thereto. .From
try cash system. Quigley Lumber someone
| & Supply Co. I' what are you giving? Think a min :Mr. and Mrs. Minton arc fine young May IS.; 191! $. no dealer will be allowed -
ute. All of the lied CrossVar Fund people, and the entire community wish to well sugar/: to. lie used in sue Iihii.ilii'As 1.I
Call at the nriscoe Sales! & Service goes for war relief them. a long, happy and prosperouslife. except" upon' the I delivery by $ -- --- -- sma I)

Company for a demonstration] of the the !purchaser of a certificate thereforI4hi1'd t h,

I Briscoe! the cnr with a "Half Million :Mr. E.1.: Manning: :', assistant! state A FRIEND. hy1; l r. II..,II I'hII m. -
Dollar :Motor." agent for hoys clubs, was in Starke> -- W ben sugar in Hold. ..n a certificate' F.
MRS. .,. 1 K. DAVIS ENTERTAINSMrs. Mich certificate muni 'be canceled by
Friday looking offer the boys club
THE
;Mi, Elery A. :Manning, son of D. work in Bradford] county the dealer. and on the first' of the succeeding DRIVE IS ON ; .rI
W :Manning, of Starke is now em- J. R. Davis entertained a month' nil cancelled cerlilicnleM -

ployed at Sanford. He will be home I am handling the famous American crowd of young folk at her summer must be sent by the Beakers to

| on a visit shortly. Tires, guaranteed for :3,.Ot(} miles. Call home on Lake Kinjjsley Tuesday eve Mr. Beactiam[ at Orlando. flu- i I f r
j
and let me show you the line. I:. Bur- ning. J. K. FUTCH 1
Economy means making the most rows, Starke. It being a beautiful moonlight night County Food Administrator! for Help the Red Cross {
j of what you have to spend. Try the everyone enjoyed a nice swim in the Bradford: County. |

cash system and! he, convinced. Quig. Sergt. Rodney Turner, of Camp lake.Those ,-- ,
ley Lumber and Supply Co. Wheeler, Macon, Ga., is spending a enjoying Mrs. Davis' hospitality Non-Fatal Injuries (Quite Common ] !
furlough of five days with his parents, were Misses Josie Hoffman, In a booklet published' by the Aetna and help yourselves by
B. M. Knight left Tuesday afternoon 'T. and Mrs.\ W. M. Turner. (niece of :Mrs. Davis), Anna Canova, Life Insurance Co., we find the following i i
i for Perry where he will take Cleo :Mitchell, Martha Fripp, Aileen item: "Available statistics

| charge of the Model 19! Linotype in State Attorney Long returned on Alvarez, Lucile Tatum, Emma Powell, prove that last year in the United ] paying cash.

j the office of the Perry Herald. Thursday from Gainesville, where he Mesdames Hughes and Tomlinson; States II,000Oft)4eople received nonfatal .
has been in attendance at the spring Messrs. C. Gunn, Carl Johns, Dray- I injuries" Thin must include I j
Mrs. .1. W. Wester, of Macclenny, term of the circuit court. ton Colley, John Powell, Carr Colley, I slight injuries not sufficiently serious Ito j
"ending several days this week in Pitt Tomlinson, Ray Colley and Lorry require the attention of a BUrjl'eon.1'1,01'1e r (

j Starke with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. L. C. Prescott has the thanksof Tomlinson. should be prepared to treat injuries | For Saving Service and
[ W. M. Turner. the Telegraph man for a generous of this character themselves, ,
SCHOOL ATHLETICS
sample of peaches and plums from HIGH FOR for most of them: all that Is neededis
Mrs. J. R. Brown will return Ito his place on the Kingsley road. SEASON 1918 a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment.It Satisfaction you can'tbeat
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon, after i is! excellent for sprains and bruises,

spending several days with her uncle, Think what you can afford to give The Bradford High School athletic also to rolieva the worst rheumatic the Cash !
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs M. :M. Hud -then double it. A life may dependon season of 1918 was carried out in victorious pains.-Adv. /fi3Ot.fLASSIFIEH. System. r

son. it-do you MARK: do less! ?. ALL style. Basketball being first,
of the Red, Cross! War Fund goes for was pulled off with only one defeat
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, :Mrs. war relief. put on our boys, that being the Duval .
W. II. Graham and son, :Misses Kathleen bunch on the Duval floor. The Starke ADVFFIIFJPC1-! QUIGLEY LUMBER I AND El'PPLY' CO.
and Aileen Alvarez and :\11'. C. D. :Mrs. J. P. Twnlin.son, Si1., and boys come back by defeating them

Gunn were visitors to Gainesville on duult'hterIrs 11. F Fender, of Valdosta here later. ---- -_. -_.
Sunday. have returned home after a visit The girls played three without 1d.feat \ Star
I III|{ SA Id-: -One sow and! one bar hef Florida.
:Mrs. J. one game being a tie.
- ------ at the home of Dr. and I 1' 'i'.w. V. Marumiir: / : !
Sheriff Epperson and family attended Tomlinson. The teams played the heaviest Bourke-5.21-'S
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the bncculauroatnp sermon preached teams of the state and of twelve/games
by Rev. I.. A. Rawls at the school :Mr. and :Mrs. 1 B.: C. Willis and they had one defat and one tiis 1ST.-One! .belt.. Howard for return $ $ 1
Pitt Tomlinson. __ .
auditorium in Lake Dutler Sunday daughter, little :Miss :Martile Willis, Basketball from the boys side was I I" ." "
morning.J. I I will leave tomorrow for \\ lli. ton, steered through to state champion' by - ---- - -----
Captain Speer who graduated. l-'Olt SALE:-:li-irallon Jersey cow,
where they will enjoy a visit to :Mr. The
Willis' .-Times.Union, :May girls had :Miss! Emma Powell as ft, ,e-h with heifer calf. Will sell cheap
S. Norman, of Lawtey, was attending parent* captain 1NN
and they were victorious :Nat Williams, Starke. //j-IO-t: -
to business in Starke :Monday.Mr. 21st. and us

:\ Norman reports the boll weevil as Edwin Freeman, son of Dr. and :Mrs*. she next has season.another year it looks well for FOR-)I-LE-One 5-passenger .............. ..... ...... .......... .....++.. .+. tI
"going the with the
over cottonin
his section. top" A. H. Freeman, will leave the Poly- Four of the boys left the team this land ear, almost OH good an ) i

technic School of Auburn, Ala., on year, finishing school, also one girl See it before you buy. Price over-I I

:Mr. R. W. Dunlap, of the Southern !the 3rd of June and go to Chicago for/ from From the their team. Games were won .1. T. Quigley. : The man who knows about the : '
1 where he will enter Ft. Sheridan following teams:
Cattle Feeding Co., and the Walkill dangers and the horrors of fire is t
training in the army. Lawtey, Inverness, Lake City 4, W\NTED--AJ'OII farm hand, ;
Farms, Green Cove Springs, was in Green Cove Springs, Duval, Ocala, St. work. Rising Pecan Farm, H. L. : the tirl.'man-cal'd! almost daily to .
I Starke Monday on business with County Augustine Stevenson; Starke Fla. 5-17-tf : : t
2. ,
Geo. White, who has been attending r deadly outbreak Ask any fireman '
Agent Gunn. I Sutherland College spent a short Baseball was not carried out in full small : about the advisability of beinginsured i
while with his parents in Starke this the: team failing to secure games with I.OST.-2.year old Jersey bull
:cot- all Americans can win a nichein I week, leaving :Monday for Jackson- South Florida. It was victory in both for age; marked crop in one ear, i: and he will tell you it Isthe .

the Hall of Fame, but all can keep ville where he has secured a position l games with Gainesville High this sea- split under-bit' in the other. 1 Reasonable : wisest and safest thing to do,
out of the Hall of Shame that bears with the Cummer Lumber ('<>. ion. The best team ever produced reward for information. F. c. : ATAkKABWFIREHE to protect yourself against loss. f

the names of profiteers and hoarders from B. H. S. was in form .but they Hollingsworth( Starkn. 521tf.. Then come to UH and let us write
of wasters and slackers, of both of Starke people failed to get Ive ----- : + I
Quite a number games. Only hits, I you a policy In one of the reliableCompanies '
WANTED. Daily shipments of fresh '
sexes and all ages. attended the commencement exorcisesof one in the second game, was received -j : i '
the Lake Butler High School Monday off the Starke bunch. One run Eggs: Chickens, Teaches, Berries, we represent. The cost *
Tomato, Green Beans, Okra : is small. : 1
was secured J from
The
Supt. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and evening. Among those going an error. team
children, T. J.. Poppell and :Mrs. were Misses Florence :Matthews and 'I' was in champ style and was /going out Sweet Potatoes, Green Corn, Cane ..
lineon, of Lake Butler, returned Tom-j I Emma Powell, Messrs. C. D. Gunn. but failed to get a schedule. Syrup, etc. C. B. Hubbard, lYod. .
| 'Ord.aji afternoon from an auto Jim Kickliter, Ray Collev. Willie and Gus Beasley. the best athlete of the Dealer, St. Ptersburg, Fla. 5-21-21 :

Tamp, Sanford, Kissimmee and other | Raiford Epperson and Prof. S. S.Tlowling. school, and captain of the team, fn-
Marby towns Mr*.. Poppell and i], The play "The Masonic shed this term. He has led this FOR SALE-30 acres of Jand cleared 's JOS. E. WILSON i -
I child**!)'",and :Mrs.-Tomlinson spent Ring," waft a splendid success<< and all bunch to victories' that will, be long and fenced, within half a mile of .
i Severn l days at Sanford with relatives carried off their parts perfectly, with *member !d. Most players of these Lawtey. Reasonable terms. Loup : .
P"white Supt Poppell and brother motored Miss Winnie Townsend and J. E. teams graduated but the school has H. HUL. Lawtey, Fla. /S-17-41 .j
farther down the stat The :Maine, M bride and groom, starring. more and these have the same old i: STARKE FLORIDA

aviation camp at Arcadia was visited J> Misses Eva and Iris Epperson are winning feet which will come next FOR SALE--Three. 3-year-old Jer- j
** well as many other points of intereet jl:spending the week with relatives In season. s.v "..'otr.:.wlah ""I1"C' ealv..". P ;

% to sightseers. |i Lake Butler. A GRADUATE. r'' C. HollhBiraworth, Stark 8-17-tf I...... .................... ....,.. ...... ........... i






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FRIDAY MAY 21, 1318I
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORlli.
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P II ,- I'UTATOESHE GOO FOOD .-ADMINISTRATION ASKS TO SHIPPERS OF PERISHABLE \VIIY .IltilRE.tKING IN CANNING I WILSON DEMANDS UNLIMITED
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fr v 6-i> 6rv&arswa ay, -- I PEOPLE TO HELP FARMERS.The I"WlJl"CTS--UUSn" POTATOES ARMY

I s!s's. 4 I The general] use of potatoes in the ESPECIALLY "" "" President's
COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS I Following Speech Liut.
family and the better cus- j Federal Food Administrationfor
< (average in homes of Florida has asked that Complaint is being made day, There are several reasons why glass DePrest Calls for Voluteers
\ every
prevailing many every
e't HrH.H' ;,S.i>VW>>i-i>- toms I jars break in canning, says the University 1I 1-
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t preparing the tubers for food are !! County Food Administrator urge the and our especial attention thereto has division.
j of Florida extension Jacksonville 22.
Ii Suwannee County: The agents distributed I based on sound economic and dietetic I use of Florida grown potatoes for the been called by the Traffic Departmentof I six need of the ,nation May -Voicing the
Here and
: its
{ twenty-three pigs to pig-dub reasons, says the University of Florida purpose of helping the farmers who the United States Food Adminis- are allies
,
; Overpacking jars. Corn, pumpkin President Wilson, in his
t members the week ending :May 4. The I extension division. A more gener-I responded to the request to "grow tration, of the improper loading of utterances;
It beans and sweet potatoel8well and his
lima to
14(I pigs were secured at a cost of $15 al use of potatoes in the diet is to be >' more and bigger crops." Mr. Beach- perishable products shipped out of peas, in Do not congress speech at N'ew!
processing. the
I II expand York opening Red
,I' or Cross
demanded for recommended am states the case in this : Florida, and particularly and especially cam.
The high way
to $25. price
\ the full of,these pro stated that
fill jars quite paign, .has the size of
, r pigs has served to reduce the active Potatoes are easy to cook in a variety I "There is an enormous supply of -Irish potatoes-that we take this the

:I I t membership of the club roll. of ways. From the point of view ( potatoes I nevery state of the Union, method of advising and urging the ducts. cold in hot water, or I' American army entire should not be limited
jars -that the
f( :f I, St. Johns County: Twenty-two pig- of dietetics, they furnish starch in and naturally the market has dropped.The ) use of more care in loading such products Placing man-power of the
As as the jars are if needed
vice soon
versa. country, should be
been supplied with digested form, contain price can't be maintained with : thrust
.\ club members have one readily (
hot water,
'I with hot or the Huns.
! .i : i pigs, and 211 more pigs have been ordered mineral substances of importance to I the supply exceeding the demand. Specific complaints are among oth- filled syrup in the against Among his utterances
( immediately canner at New York
; 11 j Fifty boys and girls will raise the body and-a fact less generally What we want to do is to create the ers, that when cars are loaded with place sterilization was the following:
I' \I' I I registered Durocs in the county this known-tend to make the tissue and demand. How to do it is the problem.No barrels the barrels loaded three and If top cracks during "I have heard gentlemen say rei

, f "'.I i year. About 27 boys will grow corn fluids of the body alkaline, so counter- perfect solution of the matter can four tiers high on the bilge; that the wire bail was too tight cently that we must get five million

, : :' and peanuts. There is an increase of acting the tendency of meats, eggs, be given, but we can help a whole lot hampers are loaded on their sides, and I In steam canner, having too much men ready. Why limit it to five million .

;w'I;1 ''J'I \, 25 percent in the corn-club member. fish, and like foods to create acid con by doing certain things. in other ways.Shippers water in the canner. Water should ? I have asked Congress to name

ship this year and 110 percent in the ditions. "One of the ways to help is to go : Here's where you can not come above the platform. no limit, because Congress intends, I

In' + pig-club over that of last year. Since the body does its work best to your wholesale and retail merchants help in a great many ways to save I Allowing cold draft to strike the I am sure, as we all\ intend, that 'very

P' Pincllas County: The county went when its condition is either neutralor and ask them to discontinue waste of the stuff to eat, get more for (I jars when they are removed from the ship that can carry man or supplies

" I ,I 'I over the top in Liberty Loan sub- slightly alkaline, potatoes, like orders for "old potatoes." Ask themto your labor, and at the same time con- canner. go laden upon every voyage with every -

'I' i"' ; script ions. Hog cholera has broken most vegetables/ perform an important buy only Florida grown potatoes. serve box car equipment. Having wire bail too tight, thus man and every supply that she

\' f II3 i out in the county. function in the diet besides fur- Put it up to them as a duty to their When you start to load your carload breaking the jars or glass tops when can carry"Following

It-I r'' \' Lee County : lona farmers report This scientific fact justifies the custom fellow-citizens and to their State We shipments of vegetables of any kind, lever is forced down the President' .all

s'4'! ', ::1' the best crop of sweet peppers they that i la prevalent in many families can consume hundreds of barrels of and particularly Irish potatoes. Pour over the fruit boiling water Lieut. H J, DePriest, recruiting .ffi!

I, I \ have ever produced. Some of them of serving a goodly supply of Florida potatoes, and there is no rea- Do you first satisfy yourself that I I from a kettle, place rubbers and caps cer for Florida, has issued another

6,/ "I'( cleared as much as $1,200 an acre. potatoes or other vegetables with son why we as citizens of Florida the car is fit to load something that I i, in position, partly seal if using glass I letter to postmasters of the State ask

I.. /: I Droward County: One farmer is each helping of meat. should not consume what we raise. is to be eaten? No evidence of leaky I|!jars, seal completely if using tin cans. ing that they renew their effort to

completing plans for a 75-ton silo, the Potatoes, however, while a valuable There is no reason why we should send roofs, sides or ends? I I Place the containers in a sterilizing enlist men between the agees: of 18

; iJ ;. first in the county. Cotton and castor addition to a mixed diet, alone are not out of the State for potatoes when we Then do you stow or indent the lad vat, such as wash boiler with false and 21 and 31 to 41 in the various
j
well. the demands of the have them home. ing from the doors and block branches of the regular and national
,fi :; beans are doing remarkably suited to meet at away I bottom, or other receptacle providedfor
; I.I Holmes County: Hains have damaged body because of their poverty in pro "It is reported to this office that in board, anchor, tier or pyrmaid the I the purpose. If using a hot-water armies With the exception of the

t, i crops that were just trying to teins and fat. Of these latter important some parts of Florida the merchantsare load so as not to come in contact with bath outfit, process for 30 minutes; aviation section and stevedore regi

I ; break through the ground. The cotton elements protein is furnished in still ordering old potatoes from doors or door posts and away from count time after the water has reached ments, all branchese are now railing

, I stand here is very bad. Some farmers meats, eggs fish, milk, beans, and the northern markets and are selling the cracks in the event of rain? the boiling point; the water must for men.

1 : have plowed up the field and plant similar foods, and fat in butter, ba- them at iO to 75 cents per peck. This Do you make your tiers so high in cover the highest jars in the container. The letter applies to all patriotic

1,: 'I- \. I' ed other crops. Those that replanted con, table oils and the fats and oils condition should not be allowed to ex one part of the car and low in an- After sterilizing remove packs, organizations and citizens, who are

I' 1 {) cotton are getting a poor stand. used in cookery. ist. If Florida potatoes are not in demand other that the high tiers make too I seal glass jars, wrap in paper to pre asked to do everything possible to induce -

Clay County: A feed and rice mill in the north, it is because the much pressure on the lower ones? j vent bleaching, and store in a dry, men to volunteer.

I Il ,y;11. ,I: t is being planned for erection before PRODUCE INFERTILE EGGS people there are using what they Do you properly pack and fasten ){I cool place.If "The President's utterances," said

f h fall. Farmers are being urged to raise, or what is being raised near your hampers and other packages? j canning in tin cans it will improve Lieut. DePriest, "show the need of

: : plant every available acre to corn, Kill or Sell the Rooster and Save them. We can do. the same thing. Might I suggest that you study the I I the product to plunge the cans men to crush the vipers, and although

i velvet beans and rice, as well as an Excessive Egg Spoilage We don't want to place an embargo art of putting your goods through to quickly into cold water immediately Floridians have already made a remarkable -
f We against northern the trade in first class condition and record in enlisting, I
abundance of sweet potatoes. ; potatoes, but we do after sterilizing. When using steam hope
; are planning to establish a sweet potato Florida farmers who are seeking want our merchants to patronize the help us stop this awful waste. I a hundreds will add their names to the
instead of the hot-
I top prices for eggs will dispose of farmers Now then pressure canner roll of honor during the
storage house. and growers of Florida who are you loading every summer
, i t water bath sterilize for 10 minutes
i chickens and : their roosters. A fertile egg, one that have their to its mamimum ? Good |j ---.--
!1 Taylor County: Hogs, spent money to build up car capacity I with 5 pounds of steam
" homo gardens are coming in for a '.comes from letting the male bird run business through the production of Please keep it up and help save the'I pressure. Grow what you can and can what
I with the flock, will not keep well and Never allow the pressure to go over It's
I i, greater share of care this year. Farm crops such as we can easily use if we cars i you can. a good slogan for wartimes
t ,. crops generally are in fine condition. will be rejected by a particular mar- make the effort. Investigation develops that many of I{ ten pounds. _ . and other times.

: Two boys, one 14 years old and the ket. Many such eggs will spoil before Surely the dealers and the consum the serious losses which complaint and I . .___n

t 1'''d 6 other 17, are cultivating 40 acres each they can be taken to market. Infer- ers, without exception, are willing to claims are filed by the consignees are

1 .. for himself, on their father's farm. tile eggs keep best and market best adopt these suggestions.' Let all orders the result of careless loading. ESTABLISHED
1886
" i .. Calhoun County: This county will in summer, and these can be produced for potatoes specify the "home :Might I ask that you give these lit.
i' .j.\. 4-.(; increase its acreage by several thou only by keeping the roosters out of the grown" product. That will help the tie details some of your personal attention J. R. DAVIS & CO.

'. sand this year, as nearly every farmer :' flock, says the University of Florida grower without extra cost to the dealer and let's stop the waste of the INSURANCE

has brought some new land under cul extension division. or consumer. stuff which maintains the gun and the

(/ ; tivation. Corn, peanuts and velvet The eggs laid by a hen may be J. E. FUTCH, man behind it at the front.BRAXTON Fire, Torumo,hcl dDt, AOIDlRobIJe,Liability, PlateGliss, Steim 8oiler. IIlrglary,B ODds

beans are doing well. either fertile or infertile, dependingon County Food Administrator, Brad. BEACHAM: STARKE FLORIDAMcCALL'S
r whether or not the male bird has ford Federal Food Administrator Fla ,
t Liberty County: Farmers in the County. ,
been allowed to run with the female.A .
county are planing to install a feed -----
and rice mill combined, thereby guv- fertile egg is one in which the germ CAN FRUIT WITHOUT SUGAR Eat more vegetables and less meat.
fertilized. for this
r ing tons of feed that annually go; to has been of fertilization Except, the male bird Reduce the cost by growing the vegetables
waste and to take advantage of the process Boiling Water May Be Used Insteadof in the home garden.
i of all has no influence upon the eggs; which .
excellent raising If
\ opportunity Syrup Necessary ---
the hens lay. Egg production is MAGAZINEFor
c rice for home consumptionand
our own SPUD GROWERS ARE MUCH; DISCOURAGED
a surplus for sister counties equally great in flocks from which Fruit for use in pies or salads or
BY THE POOR June
which haven't land adapted to rice. roosters are excluded. as stewed fruit can be put up o rcan-

{ Jefferson County: Crops generally A fertile egg does not keep as wellas ned without the use of any sugar at MARKETS '

are in good shops.\ Corn has startedoff an infertile one, because the fertilized all, according to the University of ( June-the month of weddings and

wall and beans are showing a good germ; responds more readily to Florida extension division. Therefore, Potato growers are very much .J'.i$ commencements, gardens and

stand. We have a good Irish potato high temperature. It is impossibleto those who, because of the high priceof couraged over the market flis'l out-of-doors the passing o f
hatch infertile or to cause ; ,
s7t crop but no market. For this reason an egg sugar, have been thinking of reducing From some sections the reports are
to '( the potatoes are being stored in cool, a blood ring to form in one. Such the amount of fruit they put to the effect that the markets are I I PNt : Spring, the begin-

( r dry dark places] in an effort to keep eggs are more likely to and reach there the table is- up should can as much of their surplus glutted with spuds and not to ship | ( ing of Summer, and .';:::.

,, them for home use. in good condition as possible by the use of boiling more at the present time. The """." .
any j 1 I I. V the opening i of d r
i .,
Brevard County: Owing to unusual much less spoilage in shipment. water when sugar syrup is beyond prices are low and the demand very | \,;' fc-- Qr". i
After the hatching season, the male -W'} : the vacation :
ruins the yield of potatoes on lowlands ; their means. light. At the prevailing prices those!'! I ( t season
'
I was reduced. Castor beans are birds should be removed from the Any fruit may be successfully ster- with above the average yields could| WHPS 1 ; .> -,is near.

4', 4 d':f h still being planted. and those up now flock. In the approximately laid by the 14 days hens after will ilized and retained in the pack by simply clear a profit, even if there was a de- 'j oI':,. ,( McCall' Magazine, t!
this all I "
eggs adding boiling water instead of
I '
are looking well. "it,nil for the potatoes. The majority McCall's Fashion Sheet k
T Putnam County: Farmers who bo infertile. the hot syrup. The use of sugar of of growers have ceased digging, I ''b l&i & ... \ I and the New Summer : 1 "': {
I Heat is the great of eggs, l' : t
grew; early Irish potatoes did not enemy course is desirable in the cunning of awaiting a more favorable market. ; Book of Fashions, quarterly y5 W
i make a great profit from themEarly both fertile and infertile. Farmersare nil kinds of fruit and makes a better It is estimated by Rome growers that i: f1q I / ; contain, for your '

1 spring corn, cotton and beans lure urged to follow these simple rules, and ready sweetened product. Then, it costs $13.: per acre to plant, harvest'i 4'!' 31j I, 1\\ \ benefit, a selection of I'' i'I i'\
which cost nothing but time and I ,
f I \ \
making a good growth. too, most of the fruits when cannedin and market the potatoes. year delightful, economical, ,
thought; and will add! dollars to the water alone do not retain their natural I I CW' \ and therefore patriotic r I".1, l
,
Hillsboro County: Isboen Coaling the crop has been an abnormal one, I r- 1 'I . .
I I poultry yard returns: flavor, texture, and color at' well 1' \ designs of summery j.
it raising the third litter of pigs from some farms yielding 90 to 100 bar- | \ )
Keep the nests clean; provide one fruit in Fruit I'.J: garments! for every oc it thi1
his pig-club sow. There were 10 pigs as put up syrup. can- rels per acre. The quality of the [ 1 _. :
in the first litter, 11 in the sccoond, nest for every four hens. ned without sugar to be used for sauces spuds is first-class, and if a fair price t.-' \ '''", 1.1\\ 1 ca..on. $'.& "' r1

and 14 in the third. He has saved Gather the eggs twice daily. or desserts must be sweetened.Can was received, the farmers would have :.--1 < 7
Keep the eggs in a cool, dry room.Market the product the day it is \ T1McCALL
same The conditions -
10 of the last litter cleaned up a big; profit. j : (
the eggs at least twice a picked. Cull stem seed and clean nl'v.1 I
Pasco County: Farmers in the west or experienced this year have .4-
S i part of the county have better corn week. the fruit by placing; it in a strainerand er prevailed in the past and may never -' PATTERNS /)
Sell, kill confine all male birdsas
or
water it until it laclean
than has ever been grown there be- pouring over again, but many growers are vowing '
fore, also cane, sorghum, peanuts and soon as the hatching' --season- is over- Pack the product snugly; in that they will not plant their entire /P for June &
and fatter glass jars or tin cans until they are in Efforts v
grass crops. Better hogs PIG; CLUB MEMBERS GET THEIR farms potatoes again. Now Sale
(' :\ rattle may also be seen on these PIGS full; use the handle of a teaspoon, a to interest the Federal authorities at W.i.t 8391 Skirt 8381 on D..,.8364

1\ farms. t f wooden ladle, or table knife for packing Washington; it is claimed, have not
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" DeSoto County: The Irish potato Eleven pig! club members in Brad- ; purposes. marketed spuds is causing muc hspe- A. M. DARBY Starke Fla.
;' crop was handled by machinery on the ford received their registeredpigs been successful, so the fate of the un- ,

Nocatee Fruit company's farm. Potatoes this county week. When the county em- SAVE SUGAR IN nLLYI.KISG; culation.-Hastings: Herald. I --

were machine planted,.machine the
ployed a county agricultural agent
lI machine and truck haul- Much wasting of sugar and spoilingof --- -
: dug, graded; club work started at once andit
pig was
1' ed. One farmer planted rye with 100 jellies can be avoided hy using a
all the
was hoped to secure pigs
pounds of goat manure acre. The simple alcohol test devised by the U.
per
in the but owing to the
early spring
; stood nix feet tall with heads S. Department of Agriculture and r
crop for bred stock the
r:: six inches long: It is being used!'! for great demand has pure far been able to recommended by the University of
county agent so 11 11But
Florida extension division.To .
f C',v .t. grazing.Broward County: A carload of buy week.only the number shipped' in this determine how much sugar YOU MAKE MONEY

"e r high-grade Holstein heifers has been Ten of these were Duroc Jersey should be used with each kind of juice I
put a spoonful of in glass and
t' brought into the county. Truck growers pigs and one of the Hampshire breed. juice a ;
effort to into add to it one spoonful of 95 percent
making get
i are an
; j Seven Purees went to boys at Brooker -
livestock farming. grain; alcohol, and mix by shaking the Do YouSAVE
! members Worthing.ton
club at
two to
the
i ----- glass/ gently. Pour slowly from
. \ SUGGESTS" : USE" FOR IRISH POT. Springs and one Duroc and one glass! noting; how the pectin-the sub.

'' TOSS Hampshire were delivered at Starke. stance in fruits which makes them .
\ These pigs were bought by the jell-Is precipitated.If IT?
\ Bank of Starke and placed with the
Editor Telegraph the pectin is precipitated as one
1 \\'J.t Dear Sir: Will you please inform boys upon the agreement that they of lump a cup of sugar may lie, used for
shall be for at the expiration
' J the farmers through the columns of paid one cup of juice; if in several lumpsthe
interest at six
months with
G i your valuable paper, who have grown eighteen proportion of sugar must be reduced
a This the
: f', such nice Irish potato crops, not to be per cent per annum. gives to approximately threefourthsthe

r v 1! k discouraged at the low prices in the hoys for the an opportunity to with more the than increasein pay amount of the juice. If the pectinis The time may come when you will wish you had some of the

\ T "; I northern markets, for we have a market the length original of pig time. not in lumps but is merely precipitated money you are frittering away today.It .
; ,i at home, known as the old spotted the sugar should! be one-half or
I. {, ) sow and I pigs They are wanting all Each club member os furnished witha less of the amount of the juice. If is easy to save, if you but make up your mind to do so.

.. the potatoes they can get, the Hacks accurate record book record and of required the cost to of keep feeding an the juice dhows no precipitation under Make the start NOW by opening an account with us.
v ', r free and pay the freight. They are I this test it is unsuitable for jelly
his pig. In the fall it is to
a reliable firm; do a cash business. planned making: and must be combined with
. hold contest which time
There is no reason why the farmers a county at some juice rich in pectin.
i' : r each club member wll exhibit his pig .
" ;I should not try as much as! one sack; -
and a number of prizes will be offered Stomach Trouble
'iJ can't lose much, if nothing gained.;
.f I N. Call the farmers' .attention to the to the boy makng the best record. When your system becomes clogged BANK
r The county is now trying to secure OF STARKEState
Worm Remedy of the old woman of' from overeating, constipation and a
1 more pigs and it is hoped that all club
'\ years ago, when they were not sow torpid liver your stomach is likely to

'J many doctors and sickly lawyers. For members can be supplied. --very- soon. trouble you. A dose of Chamberlain's

'1 "wormy" children, make them eat raw Eat more potatoes. That is. one perishable Tablets will give you quick relief County and City Depository
f : Irish potatoes. If they are a good; crop of which the Nation hasa They cause a free movement of the

f diet for "wormy" children, why not plenty. en the digestion.; You will be sur- STARKE FLA.

t good for "wormy" men and pigs. bowels, tone up the liver and strength- ,

Buy a Thrift Stamp, to help Wind :Make your land work. Cowpeas will prised when you realize how much bet

the War. improve the soil and add to your bank ter you are feeling a day or two after

Baker County Farmer. account taking these tablets.-Adv. ,5-33t







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MAY 21., 1918
BRADFORD COUNTY 'TELEGRAPH, STARK, FLORIDA. I'ARC SEVEN 4Is
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PRESIDENT: .\ ' .\ HKRU 1 NOTICE 0' FIFCT10VIt

> CROSS Ft NDs this "iitmir %.....d In them by the School
c I r' H ,.r the Shilr( of rii.il.ln thn Hoard nt '
I 'd i hr him'i net'11"1 ,!f Mradfoiil County .hrrvhy f
: United PresidentVdsol Unlay nppuuK t t" ...I.I mi ..I U.'ti"i, 1,1 u, hold In SiiMUl School t'I
States i , ,. -,
Tires the Anu'ricitii people on Lnhull of the I'.Iinl( :N .llnmklyn.I on Bntiir-"
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I.i"IK I 17th. l/1'| r.'i thi iurpaiu> of cloal-
Kul CI'OIl'h"lIl., 11"I'OI'VIII' Fund iir..,. ,
/1; \ " I IHII.I.HI. rinl.li.hiiiic" n district and
\ are Good Tires Campaign to raise! u hundred mtllum I I.. d't.,, .110"nu' ,u-. mm, . n of roillniio to IK ..- t

dollars begin on Mtiy :JO! ) and nmtinues I'i "M.hnliH. of sale pr.i,,>.,'d! dlel dot .r.. m t \\t, hnJ N
: through :May .!7. HIM 1.11'1 l.i I ,I.- Ml Hint purl"n of law n.hll' N. aouih.inui :,
I 2. rant. l\ini nithln sold ( 1 I
Illation establishing fled ,
ItiutlfiMil. .. vxri-iit ..tionii j. \ 4 and a. and
follows: I VV'><..t hnlf of West half of Smlon f\. and ailrtioii "
"Inasmuch as the War Fund of
-'.. .. .tt. townNhip N. aoulh of ranirv, J2riwl d'

II | I')17) so generously contributed to theRed II t * * * * * * * * * .: nth. of alno Ki-otlona 22 V.1 andi In TuwiKlilp It, ,'
[ | sM Cross for the administration of r ratmif 8
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i V r'..r th,. |iurHi... nf hnldlnv" tht. aid clrctlnn $
relief 'at home and abroad has been,
I 'thr follow.. ntannit.m have IMTH aiUMiintiidl, t
s 3 ; 4I practically exhausted by appropriations ('red C lovvmi.ttlt. Cait K C. tltintirKur' John"


and naval for the fortes welfare and those of our dependenton military I,I The Long Arm of MercyBy Chnlrman Itaylor Hoard. 1'ublitt T II.InMtmrtlon.riNHOUSTMl llruilfortl: .

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them and for the yet more urgent Altmt( ounty: (lurid*. I '

necessities of our allies/ both, mili- : DR. FRANK CRANE h:. K I'OI'1'Et.L

tary and civilian, who have long borne County 3titt. and Stc>y. fl.10.
the brunt of the war; and inasmuch as r

the: of our own participation in E OF ELECTION
year
of Ily tSP iHinrt* v..trd. In Hum l>y this School!
The ned Cross is the Arm
Mercy.It
the war has brought an unprecedented Long I I"". of Ihn Slum, '"f rlnriiln. this Hoard uf
demand thu patriotism and Public" Inxtrmtinn nf llratlfurl' ('<>lIn'. hitrvoy '
upon is the Kindness of 1\lankind-orgnnized.
I Nis ir.hm. vlrttlim
1 4 nn to |he held In SlMvlalHthi .
.. liberality of our people and has made ... I
l Ian Illntrlrt No 27, Snmi'lon (ily. ..n
1 evident the necessity, of concentratingthe In Man is an Angel and a Devil a Dr. Jekyll and Mr, Hliinliiy'. Mny 'Sth, nils for the luirptinii ilrclinx. ihno trout..'... and to d''d..n"Ine tlmniniiiint .
work of relief in one main organization Hyde. The lied Cross is the. Good, aroused, energized to of mill,,,.., to no .....ard. .,1
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I I / which can respond effectively thwart the Bad. I 'a thi puriKwn of holding. aaid rliYtlim the
v I tf follonlnu 1 niiiiiBum lmbtin aiuuilntvdi J.
and univesally to the nerds of humanity '
C'. Ruulcpon. A. U Imwn... J. O. Wynn. x..;
It is the best antidote know to tho bane of war. i
under stress of war; and inasmuch we T B. l'INIIOI..t1'ntt.: 4

as during:' this war the closer and clos. less The Chnlrmxn. Ifnunt rubtiis IniitrtirtUin. Urailforil.
There other Charities helpful. '
are more or I ounty. 1
or of the Red Cross. with
cooperation 14a
f The Real our own Army and Navy, with the Red Cross is the mightiest of all Charities, the Love and Pity AtlrotK: R POI'lHI. f4'

Meaningof governments of our allies and with of nil men made supremely efficient. County Sum' mid I SiMintary, .26.(It.Hrown ;

foreign relief organizations has resulted I If, as Emerson said "sensible men and conscientious NOTICE i '
in the discovery of new opportunities

Tire-buying ffor helpfulness under condi- I I men all over: the world are of one religion" this is the expression At a rilllHr mrrtlllic of the lloanl of Cum.M..T'hn .

tions which translate opportunity into of that religion. > hold; .t the court homo Mon.lnr.. ,1''
. HUH. thu Mlowlnit numnl |>rm..... 1
Economy duty; and inasmuch in the Red were appointI mi rnKtmuvri .iI cl.rku 'i
of tlw"
The net! Cross is united in Service.It
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Cross War Council and the Red Cross Humanity l.rlnmry rli-rUi.n I,. IHT hold. . Jan 4th. mH. in I '

Chain TN d' : Commissioners in Europe have faith. asks no man's opinion; only his ne'ed. the,, No.dcvrrnl I..1..1.Hiwtlim... W..hutrlrlii M. K.l.hnl.of| .,K,1..) U county'I'hl.. .. 1 I. I. 4,

fully and economically administered 1'. 0'lK<'lt. "i ".mr. mill L. II Kutch",
Friend the Red Cross thereIs I r .;
the people's trust now, therefore by Black or White, or Foe to Clerk.No.
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Your car must give greater service this virtue of authority President difference it only asks: Who is Suffering' Andto a. L.ke n"r. 1L'nr ..TSSTiJfcNc.
year my as no ; : "'"'''. -."" ... 1
than ever before.It of the United States and President of him it iwitaiThS.. r
goes. .. a. I'"h'. the Red Cross T, Woodrow Wilson Macro,
J. II Mattox. munniivra and U W. I
do hereby proclaim the week beginning The Red Cross is so Efficient that Governments recog. WHIIainn. eh.rkNo ,(
speeds
up your work-increases your May 20, 1918- "Red Cross Week," nize it; so Pure in its purpose that whoever wishes well his IinmkL. <. M.I'rovl.ltnr A. HlilrkwilJrr.. John A. I m.>..IIIUM".|"......J.and R. it I '' i

working power. during which the people of the Unit- fellow men desires to help it; so Clean in its administration John.N... W Kern., cUrk. .1;
ed States will be called to A. B. 1N
h.1It'uJtndreu
upon again !Shuw' munxllum'suit
that the most suspicious can find no fault in it. L. A.
The highest car economy lies in utmost service. give generously to the continuation of rli-rki 4

the important work of relieving distress The Red Cross not only seeks to alleviate the crueltiesof No .
I. y I'. Shutter. unit J. I.. 1......,
The most economical tires are those which will restoring the waste of war and War; it is the expression of those human sentiments that clork {
assisting in maintaining the moralsof No.7. Manrpten. 1'. M. lI.u" C. n. Allan I

give you greatest use of your car. our own troops and the troops and some day will put ail end to War.It cUrk'. M"l''lon, ' '''"""..ni .nl| I'| K John.' IA,/ a

people of our allies by this manifestation is the impulse of Love striving to overcome the im. No.. R>. R.lfur.1 W. C. WhltUn" II. l). An.

That's just what United States Tires will do for of effort and sacrifice on the part pulse of Hate.It In'u Wi'....',W,lrfk. "l"rl"> '""".'."' and| It. H. i ,

of those who, though not privilegedto Nu 9, Wnrl hingtun. Sob. 11,1k.5., . W Ilu. ,

you. bear arms are of one spirit pur- Ls Mercy's co-operation struggling against War's ri I I"h'.....'.clerk('. A. Sl""'' nmniiMoni Mud II. c. I'wp.clrii 4t'' ;

and determination with
pose our war- *. NW U'V'r'' F. '
valries.It K"ntr"vWl
An.
You can depend on them for continuous service riors; in witness whereof I have here- ,. .. "l'i. ,\. Andrr.p. ...R"U.... a,1d J. M

unto set my hand and caused the seal is the one Society in which every Man, Woman and I Adk I.... olrrk I p
I No. 11. l.ralium.; I). J |l.,d, C. n 11..,,,-,,..
-most mileage at lowest mileage cost. of the United States to lie affixed. Child should be enrolled, for it knows no sects no prejudices ) Jim el.rk.t.niMii nmnHuum noil n.. j. Wultn. 4 +y
Done in the District of Columbia on 10
protesting opinion the human being does not live No Thi-rmm. M J. ( II
no ; J' .nx-n M K h...
the seventh of Anno Domini
Equip with United States Tires. duy May Joe I'hllllps' mi""r" "ml l' W lllniun. ;
feel that the should be fed the sick ,
One Thousand Nine Hundred and that does not starving ele.k. N

Eighteen and of the independence. of tended and the wounded healed. : W. T. WEEKS: : C...'.' {
Our nearest Sales and Service
Depot dealer will the United States of America One '

be glad to assist you in selection. Hundred and Forty Second. Majestic and divine is this Long Arm of Mercy ; it finds ( L6ah'S: IINAh11Al.'rv FIINiM.S'rA" . .rEM: RNT ('111'1- '

(Signed) the fallen on the battlefield it brings the nurse and the vncriil lunrtBtarku .
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IK May II, 101: 'I.
WOODROW WILSON. physician to the victim in the hospital ; it leads the weeping It. ,port if lh.. rlirk ..f tliu), rlroult cul.rl it
United States Tubes and ROBERT LANSING and for llrnilfuril rounly lorliln.. ,
Tire of State. orphan to a home; it feeds the starving, cares for the pest. or Inc,.. iuniim.il. for It,.. yinr Iyl7II .un etc'oJ. t 1 y

Accessories Haw All/ tin Sterling --.Secretary- --- smitten whom all others abandon and pours the oil of Help M. DOWII51.lux (,,url "I'i l 4t I'

a \\\'ertli\ and \1I ear that Matt United \\ 00111.\W'I: PMJIv World. I (utinly I'ruiivr i
and into the bitter wounds of the
Pity April I. lu .Imhinci'' Uilv Cnunly I'ropi'r a
States Tires Suj> ,'llil. I' Illl'f 1
__ 112. u
Wocullawn. :May[ 2 >.-\fr.: I II II. Where volcano has wrought desolation in Japan, or a fly umuiinl lullitrtvil. n _. u:it I '

Browning and son, Jnnl<'e were visiting Flood in China, or u Hurricane in Cuba, or a Famine in j ) 1l
Ror.I May I I. I0 lialfinc. dmAIM > .. ._ .____ 81. .. .10Urshrxge.
'Nobby' ch.ln (.old' lico 'PI.,.' relatives in Ruifoid Wednesday India or Plague in Italy, or ravaging Armies in Poland, |I '
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*vr>' "7? :Mr and Mrs: Kite were business II,) i ,
in liahincw
: .h ounty liraln'
'.r't..J.. ;. 1D"l Seivia Belgium there flies the Red Cross, the Angel of I F un.l, I ____ ,
/. ;'!{ 'iW"'V/ w-itors to Lnv.ety WedncHiliiy, nfteinuim. '- or iw. n- g,1v,..1,1,
j\ = : I Ity ninoutil tolltcUd .. __ ____ '
",\",,,\ &1.-, /j'f' I:"':x;, 5,A (t4lllsaf\\ God whom the fury of men cannot banish from the Earth ; 81 1 I. ill t
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UHf. (1"t: 't \,' , :Mr M! I>. Carter and daughter\ and to the Kiuls': of* the Earth over all the of the Seven Nov I I. ,.. linliinnv dun. ._ _ .____. HUB I.niltiunly 9 t
l UI1UJ I ways i
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YN I i I $!
hit f'l.
\ \ < Itnnd I llrlltf..
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J I : I e :Miss Mabel were visitors to Lawtey
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\ 'llLIJi Seas wherever is Human Misery, there Is extended, to bless Apill I I. t.t bnlnnna. hold.I S '
fnIII"I\ II :(ullui4V; .3.lIlgltlllll1111! "!!!.\ ! !.I n-!! \IUllh I \p\\\ 1 Tuesday. :Hil.lui' I fund ? -.I.1,1)10770Ily ) '
; \\ heal its Arm of I i I
\ I I Jli'I'\11' ijllllijjtllCOUNCIL l :Mi James Williams returned home and to Long Mercy. amount/ eollielid. :: Ill)19,01): VI
\\\I'4II/ijJll1/1lJlpJr\\ / / '\\\\\\\.I\\\JiI\\ \ \\\ KUIUNllw\nllfunll i\ H li 1UI\I\ .II II \ ll l '1( 11 Wednesday from Jacksonville wherehe

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May t I. to Imlanrc don h__ ._.. 03411.Tftrlnv
several days visiting friends.!
spent aril, Forfeiture Fund
Mrs. K M. Pipvutt rrf near Lawtey riinmlxrlain'n Tablets her ill tnics-mid they made good April I. to Dodo' ,,. ilii.. I I'In. and 10'or.Mtun j

PASSES "RESPECT TO CALOMEL SALIVATESAND visited her daughter Mrs. S. Futch, I'toplu everywhere speak well ofCharnbl'lain'H There are In our prisons today more I I Fn 11d I n .__ atoaBliHy I
iimnunl eolUctrd, ._. ____ UK7.1 '
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FLAG" ORDINANCEThe hero Thursday. Tablets If you are than half 11 million ublc'-bodioil. men I --

MAKES YOU SICK Mr :Murwin Thompson wan. a bUi-1 troubled with indigestion or constipation whoM hearts tire loyal to Uncle Sum, May I. to linlanr due _ __u_-___ tltHi ,,1

city council met May 7th in ness visitor to Lawtey Thursday. give them a trial. You are certain even though they wear the garb of ('"un'., HrhnnlArirll .
,
I. tr linlnnc. dun Hrhoolrun '
Pointy
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regular session with all members pres. Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts' Dr G.v.. Brown of Lawtey was i to be greatly |cni'liittt'd by them. the outtast True we have no taxesto I ,I __.__ __. ._...IS4I1M.II. 1

a visitor here Thursday. -,\dv. 5-3-Bt.(; : pay no product* to sell, but we buyLiberty amount eollfrliid. ______-____ 4'1088K .
ent.Minutes of last meeting were read Like Dynamite On Mr. Pave Rowe and eon, Percy, Bonds, subscribe to the Red I }
May I I. to hnliinridim _ _"luHlHK:
and Your Liver. were visitors to Sturke Saturday. Cross, and even knit for the soldiers. u
approved. Drives Out Malaria' IJullJs: Up System I ('n.."'. P.ll. I
Upon motion it was ordered that Miss ;Mabel Carter wan chopping The Old eta .ot..ot s..neut .n/l'h..ln/l to..I. Now we want to fight. If the Government April I. to hal duo county polla. _-__ BHrt Oil

$100.00 be paid to the Red Cross from in Lawtey Saturday. (;ROVE 'l'A"'fI.HS" chill 7lNYCdnyrM out adepts our money for Ily amount colhclicl. _________ ... 4HDOO
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the general fund Calomel loses you a day You know The infant daughter of Mr. and I aalnriaenriche.. A true i too:(Ihr. Ptr hinnhnn4hwld.Adult. end IJJ: h,11vstem. lose;: why should it not accept un 11 lIon'I"1 I May I. ,to Imlanrc dim. ____. n _..-107.on 1

Motion carried to extend the time what calomel is. It's mercury; quick. ;Mrs S. II. Thompson died lust. Friday and soldiers] For America's I Total Hull "Hrhnnl.

lver. Calomel U dangerous. It night The body was buried' at the draft the Inmate of prinonH April I I. to kill diir total nuh-nrl.m.l. .. 8'IMK 02
for payment of ciyt taxes to June 1st. : WANT TO amount nollietid _._._.__. ____ 1SOH34
crashes into bile like dynamite PKISON I IVM\riS u
Motion carried to reduce assessment I flour Dyal cemetery Satur be drafted for anything, lit" --

of Dan lioree lot 4 Block 14 from cramping and sickening you. Calomel family has our deepest smputhy. IIKLP: I IN IMSK[ for any work that must bn done. If Mar! I I. to hnlanra dun _. __-.._ .... 457V flS {I
I attacks the bones and should never be ;Mrs. W. C. Stanton and little Ron does ill I II Total Huh Hrho.il Honda..
t the (;Jovernrmnt not want us
$900.00 to 80000. I ___._. ...
Former Prisoner of Bradford Farmhhx April t. I. ".1. duo -noinaitIly '
Ordinance No. 102 was taken up in put into' your system. returned to her home in Jacksonville (' Inmates I the tr" m'hen, U-t us be conscripted for Hmoliot colli-rtrd _._. ...._. MHO.r>
regular order. Whe you feel bilious sluggish con. ;Monday after upending several days .\ nance for industrial purposes Let all of u. :I -

/ stipated and all knocked out and be- here, the guests of relatives. I who are fit and 1 worthy and' ready, May. I I. to bill dur _H__..__ AtiHIl! 117iilnUn
Entitled ,
"An act to arouse a higher The .Utter below Hint Ind tot..I"... Kmiiltr ..
dose of dangerous imblishicl was I > >llni>
spirit of patriotism and bring home to lieve you needs :Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Bennett of Law- tt,.. former 'have a chance to help], Have the crops \ I I I. I., hal ,1 o. __ __ 8201141Ily
each each of calomel just remember that your druggist toy, wire visiting here Sunday/ Telegraph by a prisoner that are needed to nave the woi M amount. collrctl-1, ___ ._--. BUT.11Viiv
person day: the necessity bottleof ,r.t Bradford Farms who is now a Red I | I _
large
sells for 50 cents
a :Mrs. J. W. White of Luwtey was from I starvation You ennuotyon -
considering: his duty to his countryand Liver Tone which !is en- I i i"N nnibulanu nurse. Mi desires I I. to hid .hl', ainn.in
Dodson's the gutit of :Mrs S. II. Thompson onThompson must not neirleit us.
his individual responsibility in to take tin people, >if Uruilfoiil. county to know I w T. WEEKS..
this tirely vegetable and pleasant >> Thursday.Mr ''all' <'l.irk T'--' '. It.trt.SOIKK .
war for freedom and humanity substitute for calomel.It thi,' the convicts want tn do then I __ __ _
and is a perfect : I 11 II (tirein of ucksonville, visited
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thin 4 + + 4 + + + + 44 + 444
'm now raging./ to start liver | .- hue" in winning this win' for Uml' I UK Pi".u. DlsrlltlfI'K.:
is guaranteed your his here .
family Sunday.Mr. + LEGAL; NOTICES 1
Thi oil i was called and the vote recoMltil and ;.:.,u'I--RI i the trenches, in 01: ill without stirring you up inside, : and :Mrs J. S. Norman visited; I + + 4 + * 44 + + + + + + v vi.urli. rn nn.l nonl account to this IT'innr*
< as follows: i t n" ill' plants or lit any occupation tinynn .fudirv .f ,
not salivate.Uon't :Mr Norman's. si..ter.lrs.: J. P. Sapp I al li can "\lI'IlTII.'rlt'iloOT"! : I-
.\<"s: S..1. IJryan, A. J. Griffin, fitted l for. Ihin prisoner spent I I'rs'Irnrd tfounty. rlori.li.. and ,iKk for my
makes
take calomel! It you i tithe Water Oak section Sunday . .. if Iho pilot
I) Iliuil /II harp admlnlnlrnt.il'
W i
'.lones E. S. Matthews! J work. Dod.on's Livor Tone straightens :Miss M.ibol Carter was. a visitor to I'I "I > years at Bradford I arms and l Role, IM. hfrifly' irivi.n In MM <.n.'Ib'h'. ,.f .I. R Iliillbrook und !M A lli.llhr.ink. daThla r
\VII' feel great. ': 'i 1' sky highly/ tif the mnnaitemi-nt of I trll"titt<.. lf>unti..>). .n.1 nil ".h.r i..'nn'i'H huinir I..",.d
you right up and you latuey Sunday afternoon. iMimw, ihmnnilH Rvn'' .. Hi.. ..lnu. ..r .f 101RDWN!
"linancc-, No. 103 taken in ''th. . fir i lb 2tlth dny < ,
was up !
Give it to the children because it !Mrs Vnt w Crawford and. sinter, t Florida state prison I II uilirt 1 1. di. .ci.iw*.d.I to iir'.rnl, ,I Hi, Htirnilr I J. V. : AItnA.
reJ\'II'II' order harmless and does not | I he- letter follows( : tin. nmli .rmirni'il; nrt AitrninlHiiHU' <.f his 1-2ll- mo A.Imlnlatrator.IrRK'S .
of
it perfectly :Miss. Carri.lathiH.: near Lawtey .
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An ordinance regulating' the running HII| intnu within two yearn fr'an III iliitchfrfir
: gripe.. ((10 I -.IVI ) visited at the home of Rev. and ;Mrs. Trlegroph-: wth rwl-ii tin .."'. will, In MirnilHiit.il --; : JI'I-"rl--; 11\--: :;; : I J
or automobiles on certain streetsin I D. I.. Phillips Sunday afteronon.: | kind Sir: With a permit. from the nod sinned.I thin I'.'', .h.y| nI May A. nunty ron.l

the city of Starke. Etta Kite attended j gmprnment In Wellington, I kindly O tote Monthly MnanHnl' Slat,.ni.nl of llradfor'lCounty l i)
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Tht roll called and the vote recorded 1IillsIary the the following FtriNpv: r) I'AW.Frr.An ,.... thu M..nth <.' April IDIS
:39 editor
was of uj-f.iii-0! an over-subscription per church at Lawty Saturday evening n HflmlnlMtfnUiv. or tlif ..,.... ref J 1) I'ailIftftt. l...".,.1 fundHalanri )
as follows: the three-billion minimum suggestion: ll..CflUMll. __. . I
cent above ;Messrs. K R. Thede and J. H. Moore *. April IHI. till 0 $111141 (
Ayes: S. A. Bryan 0..1. Griflin The number of subscribers I That I men in prisons -hould be allowed A. V. Umv=Hltornry, A-lT-ttt lOcrlptK llurinif nfi.nlh .._ .- illlHDIWarrant : ,
sought here ; the
of Lawtey were Monday in durinif' month' ___._. MM.Ort I
D. 1..1|
f E. S. Matthews J.v.. federal 1 *
Jones the
wa about 17000000. Every interest of the Red Cross. to help win war. MlTKK/ : OK. U: .:THIN llalaneo M'.y l I.l. 'K'lH _ _u._.. JIMTtt I I
White. : erve district over-subscribed the It will be interesting for the, pub- fly thr power viitti.d In Ihi.in by t..... tin and Porfvitur Fund .
The council adjourned.c. to 172 percent lu to know how the inmates them- I.awm of tlm Mlnlc' of Murliln. the. "fileh.'j I'alanro Ai.nl Int. bill ._ ___ ._._ ___ jnf1! .MKnripbi ,
;Minneapolis district going I JUNE= 28 N A M KI: ) W.\K SAVINGS0.1Y : Pulitie InHtruell'in uf lfri.iKi.ri| County hrrfbynnli during. month __. 1110.II r\ 'j!
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A. rurrii. the highest and the New; York I I %<-s fecal l about the subject.It ... mn vlietUm lr. I lf hrl.I In Mx| UI School Warrant* ,Nwrd .lurinir month-------105.1 I I'

Town Clerk. district to 121 per cent the lowest is held l that it is wrung to per- TK 1'1..1.1 N, 9. I'in. Hill fin Kutur- It.h.nr.I"! lit IKIHKimd' ..__ _.1H1I4J:
-- I I assmiaU- with ilny. June Iftth. I!IlK. for til,. titirtKMMi of r".t. Fund J
The Atlanta district was fourth in per June 28th has been designated; by nvt lawbreakers to Inithn. .i truslws and Ui ilvtormlnv th. amounl. Haliinrpril t.l IV1HICieiiit. __ ._ ___l2flSM .
91 BODIES RECOVERED FROM' cent of quota subscribed, having: rais_ the National War Savings Committee the young men serving under our flajfIs of mitliii t.i IK Amii.MHvilFi irlnir I. nionlhWiirritntM __ SB91 1 II
CHEMICAL PLANT cent. it for a man released from >r th<* rmriMMiM fif hiilillnir th* Mftiil etiNtlnnth Imiuvd iliirlnir monthllaliiiiri. ___ H tft.7*.
I'l wrong
ed jnfi.H.Tl.SjO.: ;; or P'r National War Savings day ,
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llfiwiriir inunnirrm' v" Inn iippfiintrilA Mir l It. IHI.14 . x510,85Out.t.nding
Kansas City and St Louis were HOC- In every city, town and school dmtnct '' prison to work with the man who has. II Hum.nry. F. I.. Coliinn A. I.. fir: *>."" Fund
Pittsburgh May 20.-Ninety-one never fallen Will the fact that he r. H. fisnoiHTm Hulling April lot IXIN ---------I P1I1.
ond and third respectivelyJACXSONYIILLf in the United States this ; : I
bodies had been taken from the ruins day ha- served term in prison centumu f'''..orm"n 11".1'u IruitruetUin.: IlrmlfurdUyonty < "...., 'pH dnHnir. month _ HH'J.Olt
of will be observed National: War a Florida. Wnrranta ....".01 during monthllulnnc ..__ ._
the Aetna Chemical Company'sPlant Savings: day and as a day on which''' '.it* the fellow-worker' If so, how .ttmtK Mny 1.t.LhN __ __ 1431.IM
at Oakdale, near here, up to ear. is the paroled man going to come : R lopiprr.. Ur.lnn.. Fund
'y total representing the the citizens will take measure of their County Supt. and &*y. 6-in it ll.,lano" Anrll I... mix _n___.______(47151
tonight the had? Why is he released. from pri
!".VO" ability to save and serve the govern ---- Revl>t. diirimr month -- -_ .n HI.Hf"
"known dead" as a result of the ter ., ment. It is that President I -.f.n at all, if he is not given an opportunity NOTICE!: OP ELECTION Warrant iHauml irinir. month ___ lltnif 13 i
rific explosion which wrecked the ,, expected to mingle) with his fellowmen Ily th.* power ".....1 In Ih.m by th. fkMw llalanr May lutll* ____ .. ._..__ 87901f
A I IOmST Wilson will issue a proclamation naming I II.awn or th. Hl.l. of lorliU. tlw Ifcionl. .. Total
Plant last Saturday. this day officially and that Cnvmor and make good ? CuhhiInnruction' ( of Ilradrrr. County horrb Balanco April 'lot. 14ID' .. _. __ KH44.7K
Compilations today show ninety- and 1 election b. "..-. __ ___ "UII.O...
i How many men in our army or" to hclil In HnMriwI !Hehor !pta durlnir' month
four in Pittsburgh hospitals \ S. J. CatU, of Florida will also have served time in Tan Illitrlct No. >. L'ttl' 8..'....... on Sutur Warranta. (turned during monthRalane *\21 U:
persona prison'Hundreds .
I issue a proclamation to the same end navy (lay Jan lit 10. 1910 for the nnrpiia* or ,I.3. May Int. ISIS 17119.31fRIIHY.
and company officials ay that 190 S urnCRN CSTABUSfltt! and the mayors of all cities.. will Do they make good ol- (Inir 'h.... lniat.. and to members of the working force of the SEEDfOU.s proclaim diem? Ask their superiors." mlllaK. to be ftiiM.a 04. Bmrifonr TOHNTY
it.To Far tH* purpn..f holding. th* iiaiH alt.tlrth STATE: OF FLORID*.
Plant are yet unaccounted for. IN FLORIDA When the first Liberty Loan Wall fnltow4n m."...,. ii... br.n .appoint, I ...,..bY .....If" th.t IH. fnrrvolnoatat.*
I launched in this country who were : W A Dubiw" .. O U MiMll. W lUavm" moot of th. Hffvtntm and ni.hurftm. .nUi of
TOTAL OF THIRD LIBERTY T B "'NIIO.8TPRC / th. Funda of Bradfnrd. County for the month
LOAN IS $4,170,019,60 Care Cold la ODe D y. among the first to lubscribe The Inmates : .I""." 1Vai4 Tublk ...Iruello". BradfnrConnty -r April. Isla. I... true and cornet to the

M.A'4.j rake tAXAT1TK BROMO O.l ala*. It Moo tfcCoach of our prison Did our money Florid best of my knowlvdict and hll>"whK9.
) .s4 H... Washington May 17.-The totalof SEED Dru",.!.<. r*.land T.nn-*> If It III.: la eiirrX t T-T-a-T.f, \ri, nf the Circuit Court. Kradford County.
the Third Liberty Loan U 14,170.- "... GBOVI; -- 'cto Mgr enlisted 7,000 convict In Cesar "Ihipt. aa4 a110.1t.. ISFALI.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. iii
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--- ---- Miss Bertha Sloan was a visitor to Saturday and Sunday at the :Mission- Andru. :
WANTS TO
IV. PASS
j I iL14i Graham one day of lust week. arp Baptist Church.Mr. t :Mr. J. Nipper, of Jacksonville,
of relutires. -
; I Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Berry and children and Mrs. H. S. Warren, of Clay I spent Sunday here, the guest !
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1 III of New River, spent one day of no, were in our town Sunday after- vis--
family were THE
Mr C B Colson and "GOODTHINGSALONG
last week here with relatives. noon.
liters near New River Sunday.
i County News Items :Messrs. Kirby Smith and Dugger G. B. Colson was a visitor to I I Messrs. Brown, Shirley, Hazen and !

Jones were transacting business in Gainesville Monday. ( Rainey were business visitors to )'
Starke Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and little I Gainesville Monday afternoon.

I" !{ Gathered During th Week br: OurRegular Boig of Orange Heights, was daughter, Editb, spent the weekend Mrs. Craig and children, of Mulberry -
I I -1a..tiIt. -fact Correspondents.THERESSA here on business Friday here with Mrs. Eubanks' parents, were here visiting relatives

; Dr. Thomas of Graham, was in our Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby.Mr. part of last week. "I Just Wait to Tell Ever .
i I burg Thursday. and :Mrs. L. T. Shaw spent :Mrs. Murrell was on the sick list )

,, "t --- Sgt. Major Chapman, who is sta- :Monday: in Gainesville.Mr. part of last week i body What Tanlac Did }faMe
tioned at Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga., I Clemons, of Pine Hill, was
of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Douglass and daughter, Mr. E. "
J NOTES 'nbbs. passed through here Sunday enrouteto Miss Victroia and Mr. and Mrs. J. a business visitor here Monday afternoon Declares Mrs. j J. M,

/ -:'JO.! -Rev. G. A. Pre Mr. Gaines, of Hope Hall, has found Palatka. lie expects to return Douglass, of Alachua, passed throughhere Mays, of Augusta
Theressa,
May Georgia"I've
iic F, here Monday to visit his sister, Miss Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Ed. Gainey, of LaCrosse, wasa
vatt, of Middleburg, filled his regular something in our burg, which attractshis Violet Chapman, for a few days before welcome visitor here Sunday.Mrs. .
I here at the Baptist attention every Sunday afternoon.Can Messrs. Reynolds and Gray, of always believed
appointment returning to camp. : Florence Varnadoe and sister, in 'passing ,
a church Saturday and Sunday, preaching you guess what it is. Mrs. Mary Watkins and little Graham, were transacting business I Miss Ollie Hague, accompanied by I good thing along,' and that1 just \Vh),,
audiences
If here .
?} J to large and appreciative Miss Melvina Smith and little bro daughter left Sunday for Lake Butler Tuesday.Mrs. :Mrs. Hammond Lynn, of Old Bradford I want to tell everybody what Tanlii;
I ther, Charles, of Lake Side, were in l where they will make their home. Tiercy Roberts is spendingthis attended semcees here Sunday.G. j "
,p i i Miss Ruby Bennett spent last! week our burg/ Saturday afternoon.Mr. Guy Prescott and sister, Gladys, week with her daughter, :Mrs.: I ., W. Hazen has purchased a new I has done for me, said Mrs J. j II,

il i in Jacksonville. Ben Hall made his usual tripto and Mr. E. F. Hardee motored to Alice Thomas, of near Starke.Mr. truck. j( :Mays, wife of a well-known ':oat all:

:, If,; i Messrs. M. C. Ewen and M. W. Lee, Mr. Youngblood's home Sunday af- [ Hawthorne Monday. afternoon. Harley Hazen spent Sunday Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was on wood dealer, residing at 1719 Twelf1l
at
Springs.
''i of Lake Side, attended church here ternoon. Worthington professional business here Thursday. 'street' Augusta, Ga., some timt
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14 : '. liON. J. W. PIN HOLSTER CELEBRATES !Mr. Harley! Thomas, of near Starke, ago.
I Sunday. I Quite a crowd of folks from Wa- I. here with relatives. Several of the young folk attendedthe "For fourteen long ,
spent Saturday mserabl
72nd BIRTHDAYBrooker
{ + t I Mr. S. Lanier, of Hampton, made his tertown motored down one day last Misses Mamie Pinholster and Irene picnic at Cooter Pond Saturday."OWED I months I suffered with disordered kid.

usual visit here Sunday. week, and spent several days on Crys. 1 May22.-Last Sunday Oliver, two of Bradford's successful nevs, severe headaches and ,other sea
i Miss Maude McEwen returned to and batheing. TO TilE WEST COAST
tal Lake, enjoying fishing complications until
while the weather was beautiful, quitea teachers, left Tuesday for Tallahassee m> iff Wl
aft. !
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her home at Lake Side Saturday They returned home Monday af- Rot I). just one day of torture after
resf- the State
i ( week's visit with her little crowd gathered at the where they will attend Inother'fohe
after a
ernoon ternoon. dence of the Hon. I. W. Pinholster, College for Women.Mr. continued "My appetite tails i| ,
1 sister i :Mrs. L. D. Ross, of Hampton. being Written by a Man Who Had Just
E Beans and cucumbers are ( me entirely and food seemed ,
I and Mr. and Sr., with well filled baskets of farm John Pinholster left Mondayto Like He I -t' poi
Mrs. Chancy Over It and Felt
Mr. and in this Driven
j the
kept rapidly on move sec- son system. My extreme
my
provisions and Jacksonville cream do service for Uncle Sam. lenOUI-
and little Was
Mrs. Jimmie Batten son Had the St. Vitus Dance and
Sunday tion. and remembered him of his 72nd birth Mrs. H. C, Clemons is spending this ness madeit almost impossitM: f0 1111
of Gainesville, motored over Mr. Clarence :Manning of near Trying to Roller Skate.) to and I
sleep was draggeu
1 and day. They were as follows: week with her daughter, Mrs. R. An- 'lown' bv
friends reI -
with
I and spent the day Starke, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. one trouble after another ,
Dr. W. E. Miller and wife, Mrs. dru of New River. mti ]
I I latives.Mr. W. M. Brown Sunday. Priest, Mr. Marvin Green and family, The .stork visited the home of :Mr. (Sins to Slow Music) thought every day would o* av' ant!
to
I visitor Hampton
McEwen was a returned from Lar- Hordes of autos now remind us
Brown .
Mr. Jesse
,
-also Mr. Green's mother, of Hampton; and Mrs. Tom Shaw one day last week was told that an operation r. 1( bt
Saturday. of Lake Side, was lins Saturday afternoon, where she Miss Avy Dyal, Starke; Dr. L. L. leaving them a .fin -girl. We should build our roads to stay, the only hope for my life I refuse
Collins,
Mr. J. J. leave behind
months. When departing us
< has been spendinolIevl'ral/ Lamb, wife and Marie, Waldo; Mr. L. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, to allow the operation however and
in our burg Monday. Misses Dora and Maude McEwen, of Kinds that rains wont wash away. I I after reading what Tanlui,
visitor to A. Wynn and family, Waldo; I. W. Bessie, were visitors to New River, nuu done
li; Mr. J. P. King was a Lake Side, were--pIE'IMlant' visitors to When our children pay the mortgage for "friend of mine I tried
Pinholster Jn. and afternoon. it
family, UR. Sunday as i
the guestof
Ocala Saturday and Sunday That made to haul their loads,
our town Monday afternoon. Brown, Albert Shaw, Olga, Thelma, Rev. E. C. Dedge, of Beauford, will we I I last resort.
relatives.Mr. Packham have to ask the question,
W. W. They'll not
Mrs. are
Vr. and
and Juanita Ward, Brooker Mrs. Ida preach at the Free-Will Baptist "I honestly believe that T.imac
;
and Mrs. C. S. Sullivan andi of fine girl, Here's the bonds but Where's the 11
of this place but now the proud parents a Pouse, F. L. Colson and family, P. S. church next Saturday and Sunday. the best medicine in the world'' Right
I i children, formerly ,, roads? I
1. recently of Larkins, came in on born May 17. Colson and family, A. L. Green and Everybody cordially invited. ,after taking the first few dose.. I be-
mom : Larkins is visiting
1'I I I i Monday night, and will make their I I Mrs. Ben Powell Mr., of and Mrs., C. A. family, D. O. Greer and family, :Mrs. Mrs. R. Craig is still improving at Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis, of Law- 'gan to improve and I have picked op
t. i 1 Suture home here again.Mr. I I her parents, W II Pinholster and family, Mr John this writing and we hope for her a ley were visitors to Starke Thurs. in weight until I am now fifteen
I f i i Youngblood. G Colson, all of Pine Hill vicinity, together speedy recovery.Mr. pounds heavier than when I atoned
: I Jake Lee, of Lake Side, was a 1 and Mrs. Joe Griffis of Starke, day.
Mr. ,
: visitor to our burg Sunday with his entire family. L. T. Osteen! of Dukes, spent taking Tanlac. I haven't had a head
t I 1 4. afternoon.pleasant were visitors Sunday at the home of Late in the afternoon all bade him Sunday here with his parents. ANNOUNCEMENT:.; I ache since I began using it and my
i ,
I: : There will be a box supper given at ;.Mr.Mrs.and P.Mrs.S Gufford D. J. Phillips.is visiting rela goodbye, wishing him the best of Quite a lot of cucumbers, Irish potatoes kidneys have stopped troubling me en
the Christian church here Saturday health in the future. and beans are being shipped There will be a box supper at The tirely. I am relieved of all that

.' , night May 25th. The proceeds will I tives in Worth, Ga returned to Ocala Mr. Earl Dukes, of Worthington, from here.A ressa next Saturday night, May the dreadful suffering and am in better'
i go for the benefit of the church. Come Mr. J. P King was the truest at the home of Miss very interesting Red' Cross meeting 25th, for the benefit of the Christian condition than I have been for fourteen
afternoon. ,
I ". and buy a box. I Monday / Maude Straw Saturday nitrnMrs. ; o was held here Sunday afternoonat church. Everybody invited to come. months past.

1.\: \ Mrs. Bob Lee, of Lake Side. has I It SAMPSON NEWS NOTES H. C. Richard, of Starke, wasa the Free-Will Baptist chVch at Tanlac is sold by C. P Cason I u
I'i i !been quite ill for the past fe wweeks. : business visitor here Saturday. at 3:30.: The' object of the meetingwas /: I Diplomacy In the Home. Starke and by one druggist, in every
''t .' : ( At this writing they report her much Sampson May 24.-Mr. Dugger/: Dr. A. E. Russell and Ben Crosbywere to organize for the drive that is Every now and then wife urges town in Bradford County AdS f 1 I i improved. Jones of Mayport, Fla., is visiting his visitors to Lake Butler Friday on for this week. We can safely say husband to buy some new clothes for -- -

} t ( K. B. and Samuel Woodland were I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, nfternoon. Brooker and community will do their himself, but If he Is a pretty good GOODYEAR SECONDS:.;
Mr. G. C. Tillis and son, Harry of this week. Mrs. C. Newsom, of Pine Hill, was port. Those who spoke during the afternoon talker he can get out o( It without' I am now handling the splendid line
visitors to Hampton Saturday night I Miss Violet Chapman spent the in town shopping Thursday.Mr. in behalf of the Red Cross making her mod.-Fort Worth Star. of Goodyear seconds at the price
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near Starke, were visitors Wednesday I weekend in Palatki/ visiting friends.Mr. . Sepber Edwards and two sisters work and what it is doing were: Rev. quoted below. These tires are
afternoon at the home of Mrs' S. B. J. B. Shaw of Brooker, visitedMr. Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards, of S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler; Col. Old City's Pride tically as good as the higher priced proc

!' i Wooditrd. .I E- F. Hardee one day last week. I I''Old Bradford, passed through ourburg Knight of Starke and Mr. Gaskins, The pride of Quebec Is Its citadel tires, and once you have used them
1 of Jacksonville. Several other distinguished !'
Miss Estelle Woodard has been on Miss Hazel Knapp of Jasper, who Sunday morning.Mr.
I bill from which there Is a view that you will never buy other than iccondi.
the sick list for the past few days. At has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Kirby M. Lynn, of Old 1 Bradford, visitors from Starkewere DO city In the world can match. It tow Size Plain Non-Skid Tuba
this writing he is much better. : Smith, returned to her home Saturday. I spent-Saturday in our town. present. This meeting was thoroughly ers almost sheer hundreds of feet 30x3: $10.75 $14.00 'SJJ30x3
!Mr. Louis Thomas, accompanied by i enjoyed by all present. Several
.
Mr. J. W. Batten spent a few days above the St. Lawrence on one side! VS $12.75 $14.75 J340
of last week at Melrose, and Putnam I :Mr. F.. F. Hardce made a business :Miss Elizabeth Low, of Cooter Pond, I'were appointed on this committee. i and the city on the other giving the 31x4 $17.75 $10.00 $425:!
Hall, combining business with plea. trip to Stark one dRY last week. passed through our burg Sunday J. TZ. Clemons was a prominent visitor vision n wide aiid sudden rang of 32x3: tt $14.00 $15.00 $HI
sure.,. ': !Mr. Joe Finley of Seatttle Washington I morning. to Stark :Monday afternoon. | river und! forest nod, and the far 31vl $18.00 $20.45 $54:; !
pariah
S I Mr. and Mrs., Wilmont Brown spent was visiting friends here Wed 1 Rev. S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler, :Miss:\ Daisy Lewis is spending a few purple Luureutlnus. i I STARKE VULCANIZING:.; WORKS
j the week-end at Hampton, the guests I nesday. i 1 filled his regular apponitment here on days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. I I Starke, Fla.

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Qy :: I I ( WAR FUND WEEK - MAY 20-27







: 111) I TO THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: .


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.' ,: .t f You are asked to assist in the American Red Cross Drive to raise One Hundred Million Dollars


'! { for War Relief work.Organizations .


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


; : :t c to do your share. '


-: \ Bradford County's Quota is Eight Thousand Dollars.



: I' The Red Cross must have this money. It needs it because there is a Nation in need! of relief


: : ", 'l which has stood as a buffer between the English-speaking people and their arch-enemy, the Nation


t 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. .


: f 1l We need !it for our soldiers; and, when we say our soldiers<< we mean not only our American men


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


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

We must build"what the Hun has torn down.,

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f When the Red Cross solicitors call upon you next week, GIVE---give until it hurts. Give to the


't'I Red Cross every dollar, every cent that you possibly can---give till your heart says stop.


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

1 \1'. snapping old flag. Your heart thumps hard when you think of the boys "over there". You're


II 1' ' loyal--- 100 per cent.


yJ i While someone gives his life---what will you give?


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


f' : l how much it should be. All the Red Cross War Fund goes for War Relief.



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A, AMERICAN RED CROSS .


$ BRADFORD COUNTY CHAPTFR.

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