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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 31, 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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OLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 31,1918. NUMBER 48.

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RED CROSS DRIVE Xf'-------( RAIFOHD l'R\Nk: CLARK ISSUES:; : ?

lONGRESSIONAL I I BROOK Kit lUG SUCCESS. LAKE BUTLER = SECOND DRIVE .MIDKKSS: 10 DEMOCRATS I i

Raiford, :May 2S. ;11'. and Mrs. R.

Over Eight Hundred Dollars Contributed ,,11. Weaver honored' their guest, :'Ilis8,1Iildre.1 I AsK.s 'I'hmi to Retain Him in I'ongrVMM ,

RACE WAXES to War Fund GRADUATING Hendry, of Fort Myers, at a FOR RED CROSS BcriuiHc of HIM Standing and Ii :.'.
(1 party Friday evening. Several selections lit Mu cure 1 ,

Brooker, May 28-Brooker went at the piano were rendered by -
"over the top" in soliciting funds for Miss Ruby Parnoll, of Fort Myers,. To The 1I1'IIH.r-t;; 2nd; Cong. District

\WARM HERE the second Red Cross war fund. The EXERCISESSEVEN Hot chocolate and muffins were served WENT OVER TOP of "'I"rhln-: I

people of Brooker and community throughout the entertainment. I As you know, while I have been actively u.

! showed their patriotism by giving liberally ,! Among those present were Mrs, engaged attending to the peo

OTH SIDES CLAIMING I I to this fund. Between eight YOUNG PEOPLE !| Ruby I'nrnell, of Fort Myers, Misses PATRIOTIC CITIZENS I ple's business at Washington in this,
and nine hundred dollars were raised 'Helen :'Nauright: Nannie Andrews,, I the most critical period of thena-

MAJORITY IN COUNTY. by the local chapter of this place. The RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Dora Johnson, Aileen and Flossyo'Reynolds POURED OUT MONEY tion's history, my opponent ba.s for f

officers and committees appointed for I I I', Vesta Reynolds and Miss the past several months been industriously .

(ENDS OF TWO CANDIDATES this drive were: Executive committee PROGRAM: WAS INTERESTINGAND Leila Byrd, of Lawteyj; Messrs Clarence BRADFORD ('OllNTOVEIMHII1- traveling over the district '

ACTIVELY AT WORK FOR John Shriver, L. A. Brown, T. P. Ward, I EXERCISES WERE Bitch Walter Graham, Avery SCU1I1KI: HER QUOTA OF BIG attacking me and nay record in con-

Mrs. John Shriver and J. D. Baxter. LARGELY ATTENDEDLake I. Tison, Shepherd !Moore, Herbert :MERCY FUND gress.' I nay "for the gust several 1 lI
Til El It FAVORITEThe Executive secretary, T. B. Pinholstcr; I Ritch, I'leemanVess and Tate Den months," because he was going into J 9

-election will be heldt Treasurer, Miss Viney Lewis; chair Butler, May 28.-The closing mark. The second Red Cross drive, which the different counties actively working
primary man of executive committee, L. A. exercises of the Lake Butler High I !bliss Reynolds( Entertain' long before' he made format announcement -
Tuesday and the indications now ended Monday night resulted I in an )
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of his
that a reasonably full vote will bet Brown; transportation and soliciting School began last Sunday, a week ago, 1 1I Miss Flossye Reynolds entertaineda over-subscription. of fully 50 per cent. candidacy. If
times bud been normal that in
committee, J. D. Baxter, John Shriver, no justier
Bradford with the baccalaureate sermon preach- number' of her friends at the Hotel The drive was intended to raise $100-
in county. G. B. Colson, Mrs. Shriver, Olga and !:I| cd at the school auditorium by Rev. L'I Tavoli Thursday evening. The rooms 000,000 and the last tabulation of the to you I could have left my post i
luring the past ten days consider- Thelma Ward, Laura Lewis, Pearl of duty, nothing would, have been
A. Rawls before large audience. decorated
but
a ; I were simply attractively figures showed that $150,000,000( ( had I
e interest has been manifested in Lewis, Ruby Crosby, Edna Baxter, more pleasing to me than to have
I I The auditorium was beautifully decorated with !garden flowers. At a late been subscribed by the generous and I
race for congress between Messrs. Eunice flaxen and Inez Abernathy; I II spent a month or HO, giving you a detailed -
with ferns and flags, giving hour the guests; were invited! into the patriotic citizens of the United States
,rk and Davis. Both sides are claim- ladies executive committee, Mrs. account of my stewardship as
it an impressive as well as patriotic dinning' room where refreshmentswere
this county. Mr. Clark has car1 P. Matheney, Mrs. G. B. Colson 1\1.1 I served.Thoie This magnificent outpouring ofthis your Representative in thi! Congre.su 1
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appearance.
1 the county in every election inch J. D. Baxter, Mrs. E. L. Crosby that the citliens of i-- of tho United States. Hut I felt not ,
+ enjoying the affair the country
On the with !Mr. Rawls : were
were
he has been a candidate for 1\1 rR. P. M. Barefoot. I, stage arc! not going to allow their only that you would nppnm-, but that '
the graduating class, the junior class hostess!! and her sister, Miss Aileen the battle fields of France togo
sons on
but the opposition to him : I I would, fully appreciate
Kress, The rally held here last Wednesday Reynolds Helen Nauright .Loca you my "stay
nore active at this time than in any night at the Baptist church was and several invited guests who joined wanting for anything that will ing on the job," and would not be misled -
with the students in the songs: Prof. ,; Johnson, Vivian Graham Vesta Reynolds add.! to their comfoit. It in a wonderful the ,
and he also has a by miarcpreKentntiiMi.s of
mer campaign, well attended. A neat sum was realized. myrecord
I.ora Cason, Sadie Simmonds
S. A. Draper and Prof. S. D. Padgett. demonstration of generosity and
ong man running against him this Several patriotic songs were sung Nannie Andrews !Misses Ardrlia Cain which have been' so actively
Prof. Padgett was master of ceremon- 'I patriotism hough not more than 1
lie has the active oppositiona and talks made circulated.
e interesting were by I
ies and made all the necessary an- of Sebastian; Leila Byrd, of Lawtcy; might be rxpetced of the great hearted
great many of Governor Catta'tisans I Col. J. E. Futch and Mr. Nat Stern- nouncements. Mr. Rawls' sermon wasa Mrs. C. B. Cason; :Messrs. Clarence American people. My record in Congress 'In one of

who think he interferred un- berg, of Starke, and L. A. Brown, of masterly effort, pronounced by manyto Ritch, Brady Rosier, Tuto )Denmark, which I am not unnamed. It is an J
essarily when the governor's son I: this place. Those who attended from have been the ablest sermon of the Jack Gobols, Herbert Ritch, Shepherd Every citizen of llrudford county open book for the inspection of all I
B appointed a captain in the na-' Starke were Col. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. i I I :Moore, Walter Grahnm Tison is proud of the fact that thin countydid men. Of course I have made, mistakes' .
kind that Avery
platform.
uxl army, and he also is being held J. E. Wilson, Mesdames Richard and I II ever preached on 1' 11 ml others its full share in raining the big:( but' they have been "thoKO of the head, I

account for a part in some of the Floyd, Messrs Stump and Sternburg.Miss The next event in order was the fund. The amount allotted to the ,and) not of the heart." No living/ man '.

ures of the present congress. No- I, : Nabb Entertains High School play, the "Masonic: I I litil C'ruMH FeatureA county was $8000()()( mad this was oversubscribed CUM ,place his finger on tho plum> when n .

le among these is the failure of Miss Willie Mae Nabb entertained Ring," presented by the senior class ,, lecture on the second war fund by $:\\(10. Every communityin I have ever proven untrue to. my peo

grcss to keep in behind the air I, few of the folks here and which was well rendered all the I I lof the American l Red. Cross was given the county did. nobly. ple. I have mailo the fight for yourliettrr v
quite young I
a through.; The cast of cahracterswere at the auditorium Tuesday night. : The secretary of the county chapter f
ne program, which seems to have 'last Thursday night, celebrating her : way intercuts and 1 have, scrupulously ti
ven a scandalous failure. Those fourteenth birthday. Those presenton as follows: I The speakers of the evening were Mr.J. has not yet had I time to classify kept tho faith. Without. egotism :( '('
I Roderick York, the bridegroomJ. C. Poppell, of Starke Rev. S. T. the record cards and I cannot give the \
young
D find fault along this line thinkt this pleasant occasion were :Misses ; I I feel that I can Hay I occupy u l r.
E. Maines j Hendrix and Prof. S. A. Draper, of exact figures. for each community. He
after had appropriated position of infliteiicu col-
congress ) Olga] and Thelma Ward, Inez Abernathy : among my r
Madame York, Roderick's mother- the Lake Duller High School. The thinks these figures; will bo available .
re than a half billion dollars for Maude and Elmer] Shaw, ; lenguoH in the House; I am Chairman { t4
plane construction they should Bessie Kennedy. speakers were introduced by lion. A. fur publication next week. of great and influential/ Committee: ,
Blanche Andreu, Ona :Melvin, Messrs. )I a :( ; .
have let this paramount featurewar I Clyde Ward, Harry Hay.on, Cutris I Peace York, the old maid sisterAnna D. An.irews. The committees in charge of the I am recogni/.cil:( .I Washington UK an ,. ;j 1'

preparation go by default for :Melvin] Joe Surrency, Herbert Rouse I Lee. Personals drive and everyone in any wise connected active nnd ardent supporter" of thoPresident's I .1.1\

fly a whole year. They contend Carl Lewis, Guy Pmholster, Sumner :Miss DeLaney Jones, deaf old spinsterAda Miss Ardelia Cain, of Sebastian, it'' with the great' work deserve policies, ; I am dean of the '

t all members of congress are tome I Andreu, Seeb Newsom, Albert :Shaw> .. Register. visiting friends and relatives here. I hourly commendation.A Starko Florida delegation and am now in position 1
feature of the drive
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for this failure, Mr. ClarU no and Earl Surrency. Flossie York, the young bride-Winnie Mr. John howling, of Jacksonville., that deserves mention the to render better service than .-
than others. After several games and music, Townsend., spent the week-end with his family. I special was ever before. A new man would ,be \t
delightful soliciting:( in Starke Saturday by a placed, at .the bottom, of (In.signifi- Bt
[ an 4'
often Jacksonville
Tie other short-coming most I refreshments were served Clarence Ritch was in 1
Flossie's
Ethel Winn, a classmate of bevy of about twenty. girls. and '
tioned is the exemption of olfice- ice cream and cake, and at a late hour Margaret Loughry. Friday. While there he enlisted. in : young cant Committee, and would. bo nhm J).
dressed Red Cross
matron us nur- '
ders from the payment of income each one present bade the hostess Tildie, a little girl visitor-Myrtle the naval reserves hospital corps. lie I, ses. They raised! about $275.00 lately without influence. As 'a plain \ is 1

war tax. It is pointed. out that all I good-night; and wished for her many I Collins. is waiting his notice to leave at anytime I for tho fund. A parade during matter of hiiHiiiosn' do you think itwise i }
in Ibis I world crisis, to rxchangui
one engaged: : in business of anyre birthdays. .
more pleasant Fred Hall, friend of Ethel's-Walter the afternoon arrangedby
who H.V.. Raiford, State Convict Inspector man who, by years of hard, faithful ,
including women may News Items Cobb. I
:Mrs. II. C. Richard. attracted Ihl''IIttt'ntion
who has been the East work, bus readied a place of in
efforts
e to depend on their own Jeremiah Bartholomew Fairbrother on '
The services at the Free-Will Bap- of everyone and was applauded
rJllf'II'eIt the head of (bmniiltec
tax Coast for several weeks is visiting a grunt -
subject to the graduated war ,
detective Hughes Register.The .
church here last Saturday and all along the lino of march.
le office-holders whose incomes do tist play was well chosen, well acted his. wife. ________.a____ of Congress, for a now man
Sunday were well attended.Ida who. ran have no. position. of influent' ?
depend on the many difficulties and furnished good laughsas ; Tate Denmark was In Jacksonville WOOI>LAWN PARK
Belle and Jennie Maude Crosby many
I[s this u I good time to supplant, experience -
: beset private pursuits, are en- Monday.
well food for reflection to jeal-
with as
last week in Lake City
ly exempt on all income received spent Eubanks. ous characters who are afraid to trust Mr. D. S. Johnson, of Lake Butler Mr. and :Mrs. J. K. Norman were with inexperience? No other F

them as salary or fees. This (> their sister, Mrs. I. L. Seeber their wives or sweethearts out of visited his parl'nti11': and Mrs. business visitors to Starke Saturday state ix doing/ "... Shall Florida risk

tion inclues the governor of x-I Messrs. Mabry Harrell and their sight. E.: P. ..Johnson.Mill. afteinoon. her interests in the bands of new and

his cabinet officers justices of Edwards, accompanied by Misses Carl Eva Miss Violet Parsons' music class Leila Byrd, of Lawtey, wasvisiting !Mr. and Mm. Edward Milliard, of untried men, when all the other states t \
judges railroadimissioners and Ruby Edwards: Ellen Lynn her friends here lust week. visitors here Sunday ire k"I'pillth.'ir/ tried Repr, 'H-ntu- I
erne court, circuit )' Ruborn and Geneva Harrell, of Old gave; their last recital on Wednesday I Water Ooak, were -
Lives in ?
of the tax, She was accompanied homo by :Misses Congress
members .
Bradford attended church here last evening May 22nd, to a large and
.missions, state attorneys, and all appreciative audience, several num- Helen Nauright and Vestii Reynolds I !Mr. Clinton Rowe, of Leosburg;, is Respectfully! r "1

nty and town officers. In some of I Sunday night.I Hazen; made business tripto bers being loudly encored, one of Mrs Josephine Sapp has returned here visiting. his parents, Mr. und FRANK CLAUK.
a
W.
large counties of Florida there are Monday.L. which especially was the Toy Sym- home after spending several days in Mrs.: D.I N. Rowo.I (f l'ni,1 Advertisement.- )
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ty officers who make as high; as Hampton visitor to Starke phony, given by the orchestra and the and, near Starka.' Mrs.: J. B. Browning and daughter: I.. j. WVNN'PKOMOTEU.Ijicy ; .
was a
Morgan
1000 to $20,000 per year. music class combined. !Miss Par- Mr. and !Mrs. E. I). Futch spent. Miss Gertie, were shopping' in Sturku:>

o the fight goes against Mr. Clark. Monday.Mr. C. M. Andreu was in our burg sons' recitals have been extra events Sunday( in Lawtey, the guests of their Saturday afternoon.Mrs. J. Wynn, for some months

he other hand Mr. Davis is not es- morning. for the whole year but this one was son, :Mr. L. II. Futch.Dr R. II. Green and children left past holding the position of county

ng a share of criticism. The sup- Monday Mr. and :Mrs. G. B. Colson and exceptionally good. She has been a and ;Mrs. S. E. Drlskell have returned Wednesday for their home in Jack- agent of the State Livestock Sanitary

ters of Mr. Clark are criticising Rcssie, accompanied by :Miss Olga splendid success as teacher of music from Tampa, where they attended sonville.Mr. Hoard, bus lately been promoted. und
Bs t I the of Lake Butler will do the state convention of the O. J. Phillips, of Jacksonville,
roundly about some of his votes of the week in Jack and people is now government agent for tick
Ward
spent part
[he legislature and have put him "I sonville.Mr. well to have her come back for another physn mn!!. They made the trip in was a visitor here Wednesday. :ermliction in I the district composed oflirudford.

what on the defensive. It is un- : II. R. Brown spent part of last term. their Oakland roadster.A Private Thomas Crawford, of Camp Baker and. Clay counties. .
of the class ,party composed of :Mr. nnd Mrs. WudHworth, S. C., und sister, Miss
The expression
:ood that he will come back into week in Jacksonvt'Miss ; pupils The promotion came to Mr. Wynnunexpevt ,
ford county to-day, speaking< at Hazel Warren, of Clayno was under Miss Kathryn Harrison, together W.1: Whitten and !Miss PerU Whit- Ruby, of Jacksonville, visited their .dly and. us n result of the :

[be, Raiford and Lake Butler dur- the of :Miss Inez Abernathy on with the primary pupils, gave ten, !Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Whitten, !Mr. sister, Mrs. T. C. Williams, here on efficient service he has given 01 agent l
guest :Miss
and
he day to clear up the unfavor- last Saturday afternoon.Mr. I their recital on Thursday evening to and :Mrs. J. II. Denmark Sunday.Mr. for tho state board. The records show .',

light in which Mr. Clark placed : Sceb Newsom and sister, :MIHSRuth one of the largest audiences that had Nanni" Denmark spent tho week-end and Mrs. D. L. Phillips and that :Mr. Wynn's diligent work resulted -

last week of Pine Hill, attended churih'yet assembled in the school auditorium. at I'tor's Inlet fishing They report dau..hterlI. : s Debbie, were visitors in Bradford, standing third countyin

of The program was well rendered, a nin time and plenty of fish. in the Water Oak section last Fri the .state in the mutter of vat construction -
Robt. register Saturday night.
W. Davis
n. here last
:Mr and! !Mrs W. M. Whitten havea
United office at of Alathua, was but too long to !give here, but there day. and first in voluntary dip-, :- _
States land A. Douglass,
!Mr. J. I
I ice flag with three stars for Futch and Steve Starling
: :Messrs. J.
I sit Q.
number in the whole
was not a dry f.illg. No other not operatingunder '
county
sville, is assisting Mr. Clark in town last Saturday.Miss who is
our audience Lieut II. Leland Whitten, of Jacksonville visited their, I
and the was im- the law
his speech-making during the :May Clemons is spending a program, ,..uhere in France, Earl: Whitten I. compulsory dipping '"
here Sunday.
home
Juckson- mensely pleased with the work of thelittle son umu with Bradford. This is a. ,
He relatives in : up
ig days of the campaign. few days with tots. Miss Ellie Whitworth and stutioincd, ,, at Camp Wheeler, and Walter Mr. and! !Mrs. II. S. Norman and fine record and :'Ilr.Vynn d'-st-rves." \

le Wednesday morning at Ilamp- ille.Mr. I ;Mrs. C. F. Rivers who had charge of \Vhittn, stationed at Camp Su- :Mrs. N. i). Duvi spent last Saturday tn be congratulated. I I,
of Dukes,
L. T. Osteen,
and at Brooker during the after- : and Mrs. the primary pupils certainly deservea vier, S. C. in Clay county gathering huckleberriea. --- -- ". .--- ,

spent Sunday here with their parents, I great deal of credit for the work R<-\. E. C. Wells filled his appoint'I''I SENATOR: ) ANDREWS! : FOIL DAVIS) t,

| veral of the county contests are I Mr. and Mrs.\ R. T. Osteen. and they did, while Miss Harrison has been ment at the First Baptist Mr. G. W. Roberts, of Lawtey, was 1,1',

er spirited but these have been :Messrs Pinkston, Douglass loudly praised in every quarter for morning and evening. The collections a visitor here Sunday.Mr. State Senator i\. I D. Andrews, of '

t or less overshadowed by the Thomas of :Miller, attended church her part of the work, not only in the taken in were given to the Red Cross. N. D. Davis was a visitor to Ruiford, was u business visitor to, .

ressional race. here last Sunday. I commencement exercises but duringthe Mri' Sam Denmark and son, Fred, Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Starke Wednesday. and while here t I \

C books in the office of C. A.ht. Mr: Florence Varnadoe and 1Irs.Ot"III in whole year. It i is understood that returned to her home in Mulberry and :Mrs. (i i. W. Carter were took u little time off to talk politics J.
Barry, of Old Bradford, were after few days with a few of his friends.! I In" expressed ,
supervisor of registration, Af they will all be returned to their respective Sunday, spending a business visitors to Lawtey Saturday.
our town shopping last Thursday hen- -.--.- himself as very much in favor -
that 1686 are qualified places for the coming term.
r.te at the primary persons next Tuesday. ternoon. I The commencement exercises on :MrJ.. E. Dowling and :Miss Ve ta LEWIIIIU.EI:; : IN FRANCEMr. of the nomination of lion. C'hm.E. .
Warren and Mrs. H. S. the weekin :. Davis for Mr. Andrews
several Mr. Joe the first of congress.
the 21th have been Reynolds spent
/ are divided among Friday evening, May ,
follows: Warren and daughter, Hazel attended and Jacksonville. and :Mrs.. John Shriver, of I hUll served in the legislature with :Mr.
Bncts of the county as pronounced the prettiest most Im- ,
her 1, Lawtey _________ISO church here Sunday night. pressive of all the exercises ever givenhere Rh'phorr1001'1': and Brady Rosier Brooker, received a card Monday announcing Davis und regards him us one of tho
!Messrs. S. V. Andreu and Guy Pin- that their Lewis Shriver safe of the Htato. He
her 2, Lake Butler ________311 of that nature. wen in Lake Butler Tuesday morning sons strong men
MH.T" 4, Palestine ____ u__-.88 holster were visitors to New River I' The stage and room were profusely . hud arrived safely overseas. The stays he is one of the most energetic
last Monday. Roman Addison] of Camp young man is attached to the clerical and active men he has ever served
I.er 4, Providence _________101 decorated with moss and red crepe private
i'h er 5, Brooker ______________131lIeI' :Messrs. J. A. Surrency and1.: paper, the class colors being garnet Wheeler, Macon, (ia., is home on a force at the American headquartersin ; with in the legislature, und at the t

> 6, Starke ______________-111* Jones, of Adel, Ga., spent last Wlrk'i and !grey. The stage: was hung with furlough.Dr / France and will probably reach hill present time rails for men of action,
I
Iber 7, Hampton ____________ 78 end with relatives here. moss In festoons from the ceiling, i J. J. Pollard, of Alachua. was post of duty in a few days. he believes the people of the second
_______lfi3 :Mr. Arthur Edwards and in diamond visiting. fiends here Saturday even- district will make no mistake if they
ier' 8, Raiford ___-- I while crepe paper was draped ,
-- Georgia, of Old Bradford, attended his sister, Mrs. C. B. Cuson. him
Miss send to congress
______101 from the ceiling
her 9 Worthington shape hangings! I .
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here last Sunday. ing.Mr A. ). Andrews, Friday ---- - -
:37 church anrlf! rs. Ceo O. Jacobs spent lion. J spent
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Il'l' 10, New River _______ Barefoot and L :Morgan also. Behind the hangings were The W. C. T. U. will meet next Monday -
:M. Jacksonville.
______ Mi :Messrs. P. Wallh- the weekend in Lake City, their former in
her 11, Graham ____u motored to Worthington last hung at the back of the stage The farmer! around here are busy afternoon at four o'clotk at the
i'ter' 12, Therressa ______u__- 47 ington'; picture, over which was draped home. Irish this week Methodist church. This will be Flower -
\Iondayafternoon. in Lake Butler whipping potatoes
: Cason was on1IondlY
the American flag.' The class, seven Lacy
of Old Bradford, attended loads have already Mission Day and all members are
Harrell Several car gene.
Mr. business.Mr
r-tal .u__ ______ ____....1686 Sunday School here last Sun- in number With Profs. Draper and Herman attending Barnett to visited his Mrs. Lemuel Rhoden has returned urged to attend, bringing. with them

Padgett! occupied the stage after the from Lake City where she had been fruit, jellies, flowers, etc. for Istrl.l .
barred day. brother, II. B BarnO.Felix
rida Georgia are
and l the lick and shut-ins.
bution
coal by Sapp, of Alachua, is visiting visiting relatives. among
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FRIDAY. MAY 31,
f PACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. _ _ _1918.
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"' took fifteen prisoners and a machinegun. With such precision has the retire

In the Ailette river region the ment been conducted that both the r

I.''" f Week's Summary of the WarFRIDAY J French also brought in captives. British and French troops have been rI

There still is considerable aerial activity able to carry back all their suppliesand I

I over and behind the battle line. guns, or destroy those they were

f In the Italian theatre the Austrians not able to handle.At .

t . j resenting as it does the culminating I have essayed several ratehr strong attacks present it is impossible geogra- CHAMBE1

: ': Quirt Prevails on Western .'ront.I' .- efforts of the opposing belligerents to against the Italians in the mountain phically to depict the extent of the

; .; Allies Control Air I decide the great war, is being followed region of the north but every- 'German gains but it would seem evident TABLETS

'i; Heavy fighting operations on the from day to day with close attention. where they have met with repulse. that the deepest salient they l

I. western front still are is the stageof 1 No signs are observable. accordingto have driven is in the region due east ,+d s

f \ anticipation. Continuation of the correspondents at the front, of the TUESDAY of Vailly-about eight miles.

,', present calm much longer is hardly ;'! enemy's intentions as to the time and Germans Renew Offensive on Great Although the Germans for the moment is just what you need madam. Many
of the of his
place delivery expected
: possible, with both sides prepared fora Scale on Western Front seemingly are having their own THIS

renewal of extensive operations.. { strike. The artillery activity, indeed, Germany's great offensive on the way on the southern part of the line who were troubled with indigestion, a

The Germans are known to have completed I seems less marked than for some days western front has been resumed. With I in France, on the sectors around
past, while the aviators have been sallow muddy skin, indicating biliousness and
their preparations and the Allies only brief artillery preparations, two Montdiddier and southwest of Ypres

r. are confident in their ability to obliged to let down in their intensive blows have been struck by the Teu they are being sorely harrassed by the habitual have been permanently cured
1 labors by the advent of less favorable constipation,
meet the shock of enemy attacks ton armies which have been reorganized Americans, British and French.
'weather I for their operations.
wherever and whenever they since disastrous losses inflicted of of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before
a may It seems not improbable, however, were Tuesday's fighting in the vicinity by the use using
come. I I on them by the French and Montdiddier will mark an epoch in the
that the work of the allied
.
i' What really is going on behind the airmen had magnificent not a little to do with British druing the Picardy and Flan- war, so far as the American troopsare these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.Now .

..' {, German lines is uncertain, but it, is ders battles in March and April. One concerned. Here in an attack
the in and and relish
i, the slowness of enemy putting cheerful happy their
I, known the enemy has large numbers his offensive machine in working attack was on the line from Voorme- they captured their first village- they are

of men along the front from Ypres laRheims. I der again. or-I zeele to Locre, southwest of Ypres; C.ntigny-which lies a short distance meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.GhaTtiherlain's .

His artillery is in position have established themselves the other on a thirty-five mile front northwest of Montdiddier. They also
They
.\' 1 : and weather conditions have been favorable masters of the situation to such an from Pinon, north of Soissons, to took several other objectives and held

e but the German leaders are I extent that the Germans have been Rheims. This is known as the Aisne them in the face of counterattacksThe Tablets

y. not yet ready totest their fate, or, 1 the sector.In Germans suffered severe losses in
forced for well
most to keep
part
y at least, they have given no indication back of their lines. Flanders the Germans have gained men killed and wounded and in addi-

of doing- so. The German morale I virtually nothing but farther tion left behind them 200 prisoners,
The allied aviators. the other
) is reported be much weaker than ,on I south the Berlin official statement among them two officers. The Am- 'A"
hand, have been able to carry out "i'.
before the attack of March 21. I claims the German crown prince's erican casualties were relatively "

. Meanwhile, the Allied mastery of photograhic observations and bombing troops have carried the whole small.
I ridgeof The German offical report an-
work scale for dis-
large
,\ "; the air is productive of much damage I tances on in a the enemy's rear long territory. the Chemin Des Dames and now nounces' the taking of American prisoner HOT WEATHER

to German billets, airdomes, artillery are fighting on the Aisne river. !. The report from American
I The bombing operations have been
concentrations and other military tar I so The German attack in Flanders is headquarters however shows only I
extensive that ton after ton of explosives
.
,. gets. For more than a week now British have been unloaded against positions taken by the French two Americans missing. : NECESSITIES
and French airmen have been on military 20 when Bru-
May they recaptured Likewise :1
south of the
objectives-more than 1,000 tons to- Ypres, enemy
dropping ton after ton of bombs in lose and Locre and strengthened their received
day. Unquestionably this has seriously hard usage at the hands of
the area immediately back of the German line each tide of hill 44, which
on
they
interferred with German movementof the British and French east of Dicke- With the coming of hot weather you should provide
lines and
German fliers had retaken a few days before.
have been bested and I troops. Furthermore, the activitiesof On busch lake where Monday the Ger- with the necessities to make life
on the Aisne front the present bat in yourself ; more com-
the battling aviators on the Entente mans an attack had taken ground.
Wednesday British aviators accounted tle recalls the fearful fighting of last I have full line of I
side has swollen the German losses of Starting immediately after the gains fortable. a
; for 15 enemy machines, while los summer along the Chemin Des Dames,
machines to considerably in excess of was made, the British and French be- Ii
ing three of their own. where for weeks the German crown counter-attacks in FREEZERS WATER COOLERSFull
endeavor
the English 1,000 recently reportedto gan an to
Raids into Germany continue and prince hurled his men against the I
have been brought down since the wipe out the captured salient and on line of small article
British bombing squadrons have again French positions only to see them
opening of the enemy's spring often Tuesday succeeded in completely i
y visited Mannheim on the Rhine, crushed and beaten. Last year seven nullifying the the and the
where two fires were caused. An electric sive. ty-five divisions were engaged in the enemy's maneuver. I Screen your home to keep out fly mot-

e power station near Saarbrucken, This partial blinding of the enemy German attacks along this line alone. The Italians are keeping up their quito. Window screen in all sizes and kind Save
has naturally tended to keep him less offensive against the Austrians
German Larraine, was damaged The attack here is on va- :
severely really in the na wife's temper by buying a
well informed of dispositions on the rious sectors in the mountain region your !
and more explosives have been ture of a line straightening operation.It .
allied side. and along the lower reaches of the : BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE
dropped on railway stations at Metz. is being launched from Laon as a
Berlin claim. that three American I In the aerial activity the American center and is aimed at the elbow in Piave river. At Cape Sale, naer the No hot sweltering day over a wood stove. Cook in
airmen Adriatic
are taking an increasing part, coast, the Italians penetrated
have been down
airplanes brought on the line formed during the fighting in
and it now develops that in the Toul the lines to comfort on one of our oil stoves.
: the Lye battlefield. This is the first (I Picardy in March and April. Here, enemy a depth of more
sector held by the American army an than 750 yeards, inflicting numerous
indication that American
i airmen were however, the Germans must face permanent
with the American troops on this exclusively American pursuit squad- works which have been occu- casualties.
.
i HARDWARE
JONES
rob
in operating with marked success.
front.
pied by the French for long periods
;,; The enemy raiding parties have been LEMONS MAKE SKIN ,
Infantry raiding* operations and artillery and which can be defended quite easi-
'' especially active the front of General
? firing is at a minimum along on ly. Starke Fla.
I WHITE
SOFT AND CLEAR
von Hu tier's army. south of the ,
. .
.. the entire front from Switzerland to /' Evidence that the allied supreme Z

a 1 the North Sea. Activity on the American j( Somme, but their success in taking command was forewarned of the new ...tto 100d8 4+904 YSd"b'c b4+P.re.'rot.
prisoners from whom to Information
;i sectors has been below normal. (' have not been marked.secure German attack may be found in the Make This Beauty Lotion ForA I.

Italy begins her fourth of the fact that British
year troops are fighting
A total of Americana Few Cents and
fifty-three See
For
war today. As in France, the enemy ,I( there. The German crown prince is I .
tt lost their lives in the sinking of the
I I
withhokls his offensive Operations in command in this sector and this Yourself. II
I British steamer Moldavia off the Eng I
heralded as certain some weeks ago. may indicate a serious effort to break

On the mountain front there has beenno lish coast Thursday morning The the allied line. Crown prince Rup- When You Get Right Down To It !
men were all members of Company What girl or woman hasn't heard of
fighting of moment, while along precht of Bavaria is the nominal commander
B, Fifty-eighth U. S. infantry, fourth lemon juice to remove complexion
the Fiave the Italians have ren' in Artois and Picardy and the
another divison. blemishes; to whiten the skin and to I
+ d Austro-German attack German crown prince for dynastic j
Virtual severance of diplomatic relations bring out the roses, the freshness and
? against the :I
will
new bridgehead at Capo reasons, strive to outdo what-
Sale.r | l with Cuba is announced by the ever success is attained by his colleague the hidden beauty? But lemon juice | you cannot do better than I let
I
Mexican government. Mexico has recalled l farther north. alone is acid, therefore irritating, and i, III UI I make automobile wWe

I I her representative at Havana. It is probable that American should be mixed with orchard white your repairs
!
SATURDAY
troopsare
,. The feeling: is expressed in the Cuban this way. Strain through fine
i engaged in the fighting in both a cloth // understand just what is required, li
Only Local Fighting Reported on the capital that it is not Mexico's Intention battles the juice of two fresh lemons into a '
the French .
Battlefield on front.It and can often save more expensive
I definitely to cease diplomatic in is known that American bottle containing about three ounces 1 you
In the battle zones in France there tercourse. troopsare of orchard white then shake
close behind the allies' lines in well and work later on if you let W
have been numerous local engagements I you have a whole quarter pint of skin l I a t
I Flanders, while some days it inspect We
ago was your car occasionally.
in the I and complexion lotion
particularly Somme
I .. sec- MONDAYNew repotred that they Rheims. at about the
were near
tor. The Germans under cover of a' cost one usually for small are practical people and have
t Offensive Nort Yet Begun on The late official reports note quite pays a jar f I i reasonable ll
heavy artillery barrage made a raid Western Front severe fighting in various sectors of ordinary cold crvam. Be sure to prices.
on the line to the southwest of strain the lemon
Arras, juice so no pulp gets
Still another among them the Apremont forest
week has ,
; and captured prisoners. passed and where into the bottle, then this lotion will re.1 We will have another shipmentof I
Americans
the Germans have not begun their are known to beholding
expected
In the Kemmell main pure and fresh for
region and on both months. When
offensive positions at the time. the famous Briscoes in this
new against the allied present ,

aides of the Lye river in the Flanders The applied daily to the fa<*, neck, arms,
force in reports say the Germans
Flanders and were repulsed -
+ battle field, there has been Picardy. and hands it should week.
heavy ar- help to bleach,
And there is nowhere indicationthat in all these attacks.It .
tillery firing, while the any clear smoothen and
river the
on Scarpe beautify skin.
it is the early intention the is officially reported from Washington -
in the region of the Arras and of that American I Any druggist will supply three ounces
enemy again to try break the bat- positions in the
i'r south of the Somme, between Moreuil of orchard white at very little cost
tie front. Picardy sector near Cantigny and

,and been MonWidJier in the big guns have ;! It is not improbable, however that Monididdier have been subjected to ons.and-Adv.your grocer has the lem Briscoe Sales & Service Company

action. I(the blow will be launched at any mo- attack and that at places the Germans ((99) 1

The remarkable aerial activity along ment. penetrated them. The enemy, how- FLORIDAMcCALL'S i

{ the western battle front continues Meanwhile the allies are ready. ever, was driven out by the Ameri- SAMPSON NEWS NOTES STARKE iI
with both sides participating in air I'
I cana. I
Every hour is being utilized by
fighting and bombing operations.The ', them to strengthen strsgetic positions Almost coincident with the new Sampson May 28.-Mr. and Mrs. A.
German troops that faced the German K. Smith and children are
and hour finds them the assault the Italians launcheda visiting
every
Americans along the lines of the Toul relatives in
better prepared to withstand blow at the Austrian lines in the Hawthorne this week.
an enemy
4 sector have been replaced. For some Mr. E. F. Hardee and
onslaught. The morale of the mountain region to the northwest of Guy Prescott
time the Teutons there were units Lake Garda. made a business trip to Starke Fri
which troops is of the highest and confidence According to reports, MAGAZINEFor
had
been withdrawn from day.
Rus.aia.
reigns among the men of the allied they have carried Monticello pass, the
These have been replaced by Ba- village of Sergt.-Major Chapman and sister
r command of Gen. Foch that the enemy Presena Monte Zigolon and June
varian reserve regiments. It is pro will not be able to carry out his the mountain spur to the east. Before Miss Violet Chapman, spent the week
bable that the men withdrawn have end in Palatka.Mr. .
been program to the full, and that what them lie parallel streams leading: June-the month of weddings and
hurried north to participate in ever ground he may gain will be dearly down into the Lagarina valley, and, if Roy Roberts, of Graham, was

the coming renewal of the great German .' paid for. they successfully carry out their attack in our burg on business one day last commencement, garden and

offensive in Picardy and Fland On the work of strengthening the there, it la possible for them to week. I / out-of-door, the palling of f

ers. battle front the Americans are play outflank the entire Austrian position Sergt.-Major F. S. Chapman returned vt \ tIle beKin-
The Spring
British Mercantile Mol ,
A cruiser ing no secondary role. The steady in the north of Italy. to his duties at Camp Wheeler on
davia, carrying American troops from Sunday, after a ing of Summer and ""
streeam of the khaki clad lads from very pleasant fur ,

America, and to fifty-six Europe,American has been soldiers torpedoed overseas to the fighting line has servd WEDNESDAY lough friends spent at here with big sister and ( the opening of v

I greatly to reassure the British and Allied Lines Bend Back Eight Miles Palatka. ? I the x
(4 vacation
are reported missing. The liner was I Mr. and Mrs. Hardee and 4 season
Drench in chilldren
contingents that have heretofore Center; Wings Holding ,
Hunk Thursday morning, according tan Mrs. Dan Sasser and little --is i near.
ao valiantly held their own The daughter
official statement by the Britl.xkadmiralty. great German military machine Ethel, '
igainnt tremendous odds. Those of were visiting in Hampton on
is in full motion along the twen- McCall's M..zDe.;

The Moldavia Is the third transport the Americans already in the tren- ty-mile front in the Aisne river sector, I Saturday.Little McCall' Fashion Sheet ty
- 'hes have Miss Addie May and Jessie 'e' and the
given and are still giving between New Summer
American Vailly and
Berry-au-bac and
carrying
troops to be torpedoed Bell
r
Raulerson
i good accounting of themselves hare are spending a few Book of Fashions, quarterly
greatly
and outnumbered, the
the fifteenth British
troop ship and days in Starke with ( contain, for '
-nssing the Germans with relatives. your
their
t ar- French i
sunk by the Germans. Of the vessels are giving ground. .
benefit a election of
carrying Americans, the Antilles was nti Very in and the outgaming them in corn According to the .German official I MILLER I i delightful economical, i

the first to meet with destruction bya open. communication. numerous towns and and therefore patriotic ,
U-boat. The second was! the Tus Even the Germans at home, pre villages! in the fighting zone have been I Miller, May 27.-Rev. M. A. Wood designs of .umm.ry

raniu, which was! sent to the bottom iously adopting: the tactics of sneer- taken by the enemy and IS.OiW allied ward, of Jakin, Ca., filled his regular garments for every oar

off the north of Ireland February 5, ng at the Americans, now are be- troops already have been made pris- appointment at the Free-Will Bap _.ion. 4' p

with a loss of life totalling 101. oniing aware of their strength: and tist church Sunday. 1 r i s' "
,
The only other serious attack made 'Irility.he No less an authority than oner.A( last accounts the Germans were i v Mr. Hobson Turner, of Mason, Columbia I 1 1'i McCALL

on American transports occurred last semi-official North German Gaz- endeavoring: to press back the defend county attended church
here 1 :
4 i,?. June when vessels carrying: some of rte is remarking on the "maturing ers upon the Vesle river, which runs Sunday.Mr. i :::7 PATTERNS )

the first expeditionary, units, under a vmerican "reinforcements behind the parallel with the Aisne and at sevral and Mrs. Shackleford of Lake
!Hied
convoy commanded by Rear Admiral line. paints! had reached positions dominating City, spent Thursday with :Mr. and for June
I Cleaves, narrowly escaped disaster! i in Nowhere along the battle front hm : the Vesle valley. The offensive is Mrs. H. S. Mills.J. .

the midAtlantic.That here been fighting of any great being carried out with the greatest L. Brown made a business trip W.i.t H391! Skirt--" Now on Sale v...ass

.' German submarines! are operating moment. Several new raids have been '"'rapidity, for the German high command to Lake Butler Saturday evening

f t. off the south const of Ireland Irried out successfully against Ger- evidently Is well aware of the W. G. Brooks, of Starke,

i is evidenced by the sinking of the inn positions by the Americans, Brit. fact that General Foch's reserves! have church here Sunday. attended A. M. DARBY Starke Flab

{. steamer InnUcarra, of Cork, with loss '<.h and French forces, and some slm-[ been reported to be coming up ranidly Mr. and Mrs H. C. Peeples and .' ,
'ar attempts by the Germans prompt- to reinforce
S of life. I the hard-pressed! British family attended the
'v _. .. .. commencement at _
down.
put The artillery shelling and French y eo
David Lloyd George, speaking: at who are fighting valiantlyngainst L.BKB uutler Monday night "
Edinburgh, has said that the mibmn- V the Germans of Field Marshalt3niR'e the terrible odds! and making C. A. Roberts, of Lake Butler -

rine is still unconquered, but that 1 1f it positions east and northeast, i I I wavp upon wave of the enemy pay ed through here on. day last wenk., pass! county, attended church here Sun night.

, is no longer a vital menace to the entente it Amiens has been particularly hen dearly in casualties for every foot of !Mr and Mrs O. V. day. Mr. and Mrs. O. I* :o.izell"
Brooks '
; of Providence | Mr.\ and :Mrs II. T. Bennett of I nett
allies ground they obtain.Notwithstanding Worthington attended chui r
,
vy.The attended church ,
, Americans !'I here Sun- Ulnnci, visited
/ -- in the :M''n didi"r the rapidity of the oav. relatives here Sunday.
I'tor have carried nut another of drive | Pnsco Douglass, of und.1Y'1 r::
i SUNDAY and the large, number nf the enemy Carl Brown nn.l. Earle Denzil Thomas made a busi- , their silent raid Peeplos ntoded umbia
' I leaving their tronrhe pro'iing/ it ; County passed through here'
some! unofTip' nv thn
Allies for Offensive( Whenever commencement ,, to Dukes Saturday.
Waiting .
t without artillery support and tipinte niece the number at Lake mn1 day last week. yn
of shock Butler
'i It Breaks -whelminir nn enemy trench. Six I' tioon* alone at twenty-five division" N. II.Wednesday Stokes night. | Mr. and :Mrs It. C. Peoples attended Leonard Colson and Cam-

Military operation) on the western ':TinnnH wen- killed unit one soldier I'' or nhout 300,000 picked men-the al to TnVe "".,W mndo a business trip Sunday School at Starke Sunday. lick of Providence, were i "
a WI battlefront have been overshadowed '''11' mndiJ prisoner. The nturdnv I've"i" i Raleigh mmunity evening.
Sunday
British near died front here has not been pierced', i D. : I Diellinp, of Providence itok'l
'+ in interest recently by developmentselseuhern. ! Piirniinv in similar (i McDonald, of Lake Butler, piissod '
t a adventure cnpt'lieil I hut under the onslaught it has! bent through here one day last Carl Brown and Trumni
,. but ncverthHe the .i'' fourteen passed through here one day last wpck. eaV
.1 11I- German and Sunda
two ma- luu'k' i1' perfect liaison, and nil the wo-k. were in Lake Dutler

j -. tlon on the Franco-Belgian line rep china stuns and in two other raids time giving battle. J. L. Mathews of Bland, Alachua Truman Stokes attended the commencement

at Luke! Butler ad-
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FRIDAY MAY 31, 1918. BRADFORD" COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
bTARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE Til HER

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- During the past week Camp Johns + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + e

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. l lwit.wt.ausassaa.r.aaesa : ton has been receiving large numbersof 1. LEGAL NOTICES iADMINISTRATOR'5 FASHIONS OF PATRIOTISM'S

I drafted men from various parts of + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
.. the country, the first number arriv- NOTICE


[Ljye State News J] batches ing from from Texas all and parts then of the scattering nation.A I I Notice a i hereby given to nil creditor, dletrlbuue I
*. legaleea. and all other pereona hav- Materials That Fly Our Colors
greater part of the quartermaster Ing. elsms or drmanitu ....'n.t the mint of FI

ss.r..us .. corps have been trained" at the can- J. D. fad.tt. deeeaaed to prearnt. th. same .
saw. th. ..
Told Our tonment in the work of the quarter- to ... underaigned, Admlnnitr. .u>r of hili +
by Exchanges. Mid ,. within two ".... from the date
master corps have been leaving for: hereof otherwla. the Hume will .b* barred.

-. --.----------. -=- :-. ----=- duty in other camps and also for portsof D.Dated 1918 and iliined this Uln day of May, A. SUMMER KNITTING BAGSNew t tI

embarkation. By June 15. howev.
SIDNEY D. PADC.ETT.
ews is current from Washington The Mains Foundry, situated in er, it is expected there will be a At admlmatrator, of the e.t.l. of J U. l'ad- I 4
t big castor bean plant will be liett dMeaard.
a South Jacksonville
was des
bUshed somewhere in Florida. totally greater number than ever before. Sev A. V. Long attorney, S-17-tt York May Everywhere! An odd note is struck by the taffeta '
fire
troyed by I
Friday
night, entailinga eral weeks preparations were beDin I'
direct ago - -- along Fifth Avenue one sees evidenceof dress for street wear that is piped in
property loss of at least $15- to accommodate the expectednew NOTICE Of ELECTION
the in which patriotism linen. The French are very fond Indeed
many waya
lorida subscribed seven million 000 with much more additional By th*. vented. In I I
as result arrival and the quartermasterat power them by the School f
has into the these unusual
Fashion world. Of of combinations
its allotment of of Lawa of the Slat of Klorlda." the Hoard of crept
ars over liberty having a large number of Immediate I I
the i. the clothing
conserving
camp Public Instruction of Bradford County herebyordera coure, the red, white and blue of our: On the whole, the effect is always ono
ds. government contracts. The supplies. an election to be held In I|I
Special School
Hap ia repeated in numerous of extreme simplicity, that charming IA
ways.
fire Tax Dlatrtct.
started at about 7:50: and the No. T. llrooklyn on Satur
day June ISth. 1H18. for th. purpose of .1...,. Some of the | dainty collar-and-cunT ,, deceitful simplicity that has taken so
lorida and Geurgia are barred lof plant burned like tinder. Both owners Masons of Florida now have a ln.. three Ir..,...... eatabllahing district, and sets to be worn with suits or to add { much thought and care to obtain. ; '

m shipments of anthracite coal by the plant declined otTer any theory home and orphanage, located on the aeaaed.Houmlarlea to determine. the amount at mIll.... to b* aa- the distinctive touch to the serge I, 1
Knitting flags for Sumlnt'l'Now
as to the cause of the fire. Mem '
fuel administration shores St.
of Coffee Pot bayou, near
of laid
propraeil dintrlct dross for the'
are a> are embryonic flags,
bers of the South Jacksonville fire department Petresburg. The first payment of followsAll that portion, of township 8. south that the knitting bag in a recognized
edges rolled and in red
were early on the scene and $7,000, 10 cent of the purchase of rang 22 dial lyitiK within aid county of are whipptnl I article of one ia/ almost ,
p to date 1161061.32 worth of per Itradford. e.eept aectlon 2. 3. 4 and 5. and and blue on white linen. I
savings stamps have been sold in I fought like Trojans but it is stated price, was made Friday on the South- tot!: quarter of SW quarter of Suction 23. and I tempted to say wear-designs) practical -

rida. This is only a little moren that the lack of water pressure made land hotel property and it is now the Writ half of Went half of Section 26. and all for the different seasons are abso ,y
Section W. townnhip R, aouth of 22
$1 per capita and a little over a I' their efforts entirely in vain. In an property of the Masonic Grand Lodgeof Fist: also Sectione I and l 12 In Town.hlp ranue 9, lately necesvary. With sheer organ- t

entieth of I hour the whole of the woodwork wasa Florida. south of range 22 E. die dress, be-rutTled and bu-rrftbomxi: ,

our quota. smouldering mass. The firemen and t the For following the purpoae manager of holding hav.. the torn.,,101 appointed election a bug of heavy brocade, tapestry or +

other volunteer workers andE. '..d Clot : \N / velvet ia out of plncp. The summer
managed to The double hanging of Jasper i reettlp, Carl. R. C. Ilelherver, John
Mason of Gainesville
Soy R. a pri- force the office door and take the office Mims father and son, which was Uaylor. t\ bugs are far more frivolous than those
te has been captured the Ger- T. II. riNIIOUITKR.: l
by
and Is' in German files to a place of safety. The to have taken place at Bartow last Chairman Hoard Public. 1 Inalruction. radium S ty111j for winter, even when the knitting .

ns now a prisonp concern had on its books a large num- Friday, did not materialize, Gov. County Florida. 1 they contain Is of the same shade of t

the War unnamed.Department announces. ber of contracts for the United'States Catts having 10 days ago granted a Atteat.K R. rori'ELL 4 4i1reF f' '' : khnki or blue. There are lingerie- pi

|ke camp is government in connection with the stay of execution for the condemned County Supt. anil II.. ,. 6-10-flU 1 : knitting bags bcwilhching little slipover .

shipbuilding program here. men to May 31, which will allow their cases of linen, embroidered per'i .

ccording: to the crop estimators '-- ''case to be taken before the pardon. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE haps, which may be taken off of their: : :

brida had 32,750 acres of land plant A posse of infuriated white men ing board. my Six voucher numtha and after final date account hereof to I will the preeent Honorable linings of pale blue, yellow or green i

to Irish potatoes on May 1st with : have been scouring the woods around G.... A. Gardiner. County Judge ef sftk, and laundered, as often as desired n'J
68,000 bushels in sight. On May I ; ;: Bradford county Florida and salt for my They cool-looking the fair :
Sanford since Saturday night in the I The war department has advised final dl..h..... aa admtmiitrator of the slat dt are so own
1917, the acreage was 19,350 search of an unknown negro who assaulted Senator Fletcher that the ordnance di. of J. K. llallbrook and M. A. Hallbrook, CMThla er enjoys carrying them, around!

h i a yield of 2,322,000 bushels. a white woman four miles vision has 572 additional rifles to _...01. tae 21>th day of March 191!S. \t.mi 1II

north of the city. The girl, in com- equip the Florida home guard organizations J. V. EDWARDS. \
ecause his name is the only thing with which have been asking for 8-29-6 mo. 'e 1
pany a young man, was en route : II ,
ut him that is German, Von S.etz to the city in an automobile when the them. Applications for these rifles Admlnl.nlor'l
I MASTER'S SALE.
for many years a well known engine stalled. The young man started I should be made to the chief of ordnance -
Hereby notice la vlvenhat under and by
I estate dealer at St. Petersburg, to crank the car when he was attacked war department, advised Sena virtue of that certain final decree of for#. II IIDainty

asked the federal court to change by the He ran for help tor Fletcher. cloaure made and entered by the Jutlge of
to Vaugh S. Getts. negro. the Eighth: Judicial. Circuit: of Florida In
i name
I and the negro; dragged the girl from Firadforri County in chancery on the 24th
the car and when found her clothes St. Petersburg propose to make a day of May. 191H. In favor of H. J. Stewart
arasota's $25,000 recreation pier a. complainant and against Joe Jai.aann. aadefendant +If t "elfv
black list of her citizens who fail to
I I were torn, and she had been badly I the undersigned aa tipeeial' Mater
fast nearing completion and with. choked and was brought to town un- contribute to the Red Cross. will otter for sale In front of the court hose
: the next ten days this city willet I conscious. in Stark. Florida, druina th. legal houra ofsale
of the most attractive, beautiful BRADFORD ITEMS I I on Monday the ant day of July. ISIS
to the highcat and beet bidder for rah the

convenient combined recreation Efforts are being made for the Bradford, May 28.-Miss Cecil following. personal property to-witl: On bay
in the state. Ra-I I horn mule about eight yean of age, named
I' third time by attorneys and friends of born, who has been visiting her Tom rI

J. L. Hollingsworth, former Tampa ther, at Sumner, has returned home. JOE HILL WILLIAMS. 't1 tirl'.1a lf ;ft

eorge architect Mackay of, Jr.Orlando, son of and a prom.who city tax collector and now serving a Mrs. W. W. Raborn accompanied her. 5-3161. --.Special--Maater. Smart Dress of Gingham and Durk. I I tI
nt ll
- five-year term in the state prison Last Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs NOTICE OP SUERlFfS BALK 1

[fighting for his country in France, camps for grand embezzlement of thecity's C M. Andru were out riding among Notice la hereby irlven that L W, J. Eppcrvon Material too are following suit, I
reported missing. He is supposed Hheritl of Bradford County, Florida and while the colors not blatantly
money, to secure pardon for the their stock anti happened to pass by are HO I
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lev German HeIs under and by virtue of thin certain' writ of
to be a prisoner. of their fine and noticed two those of the fluff, one find ginghams -
man. The matter will be brought before one cows execution Untied out of and under the aeal !

with the Rainbow Division. the board at its next meeting. crows sitting on. her back and pickingthe of the Circuit Court.'. of llraiifuril, County and voiles of sort blue pluutml i.tcTi

Alleged ill-health of the defendantand ticks off. Let's let the crows live. Florida an, auamnt Norman Umthem T.' Norman, and In dutnir favor btiaiaraa of- with rose and white. The dross illua- l 4.
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It is announced that John K. Lauk- of his wife are said to be among Mr. B. C. Scarborough and wife I Peninsular, Naval 8t ,rca Company, a run touted here was made of (gingham, the .
of Brooksville, Fla., was among the 'lioratlon. and dnted, 14th day of May A. II.. collar: cults vest and trimming
and charming daughter on
the ground on which the request will are .
1HIX.\ will ouVr fur sale and .11 M the higheat -
victims of the explosion of the be made. Hollingsworth hag nerved guests of Mr. T. B. Edwards this and bent bidder theri-for fur ...h. at the the: skirt was of white duck and all \

tna Chemical Company at Pitts- about eighteen months of hill sen weeks, while here they are gathering front .door of the. atorv now occupied, by W O.lirook thi>. rclKPs were bound with navy-blue \
Walnut Street in tho ofKtarke ,
g, Pa. Several other Southerners tence. huckleberries. un Itradford County, rlnrldtt, town on Monday. cotton braid. A dress of thin type in

t their lives in this catastrophe. I i Mrs. Allie Shriver, Misses July lat ItflH. the same bound. a ,legalauli particularly good| for street wear ,ni4 t
Lewis I day of auld court during the local hours it is and
I The skirtH
simple smart.
so
Ward, Eunice Hazen and Carl of ,
So acute have labor conditions become salthe following ihwrrilicd Iteraonalproperty
Lake county farmer offers to deer in the states embraced theGeorgiaFlorida visted the home of Mr. C. M. Andru aitunted in the Town of IIlarko.lh..df..rd u trifle longer than usual, this being -
good hard heads of cabbage in by County rlorldn, lo-wil One lilt
Tuesday. The ladiees are efficient one of thus\ newest dictates of
Sawmill :Men's Association of rnerchnndia consisting of dry gouda nu- l
sburg at one cent a head for ten that that organization will workers in the American Red Cross. lions itriK-unee. etc.. thv mini being formerly 1'itino' Fushion. Afternoon l>reHM of !Mull 'r...
lids or more-not that there is any I Mrs. C. H. Newsom and Ruth and I the stuck of niercliandiae owned. by .'. T.Numllln. } f'!
seek in Georgia Florida and News From Paris !
ney in cabbage at succh a price passage Alta NcwHom at the C. diiinu buHimwa aa Norman llrothera. Then there are more practical-look i
were guests '
of'the law W. J. FWl b.1180N.
because he believes it a sin ford Alabama New Jersey M. Andru home Tuesday afternoon.Mr. fthunir. llrailford County Hortda. From Paris comes the news of longer ing I bags of |, mgci> or sports Milk that 'f ,

food to to waste. which requires every able-bodied man i JOt: HILL WILLIAMS! 1 1AU. skirts though they still continue out the color scheme of thn .
go Lumus the curry 4,
between the ages ofeighteen' and for potato bug inspector ......'y for complainunt u-.ll-nt.; ,.
visited C M Andru Thursday.C 1 nthpr narrow. Sometime/ they are sports|> 1'ontumt'. hags of heavy linenare I ,
Work the Flagler Hospital ty-five to work at least thirty-six with the useful and these
[ on new M Andruu visited Lake Butler IN OIJNTV Jl'DGK'R COURT. pleated drop hemM turned upon extremely may
St. Augustine will commence as hours a week unless he can show phy and Bayard Sunday.Mr l\ ANn *'<)H HKADrOHl the right side, a piping or ennui lie strnciled in somu interesting designor

1m as material is obtained. No timeI sician's certificate of disability. This Edwards and cousin rl.OKIUA. PKO"ATK'I finishing the top. Many of tho new embroidered or have largo; (lower .
annual Harry IN ItU.: KSI'ATK; : OF ANNA a '
of the meeting
be lost in beginning the construc- was the outcome Miss. Ena, visited Worthington Sun DF.CKASKU.r models are beltlt-HS, llnislu-il hy 11 ili'rp, and weird birds appliqued on with

i of the building and orders for the of the association held in Jack afternoon. .. John Henry Jonea, Lawrence Jones fitted yoke. Sports skirts combine heavy merceri/ed cotton. Cretonne, y
day Carne Julia and all othura that ;
tonal are being given by those in sonville. I Misses Cecil Raborn, Ena Edwards, t'd in the estate of' Anna Jane. are d... Inton.t.l- linen of two colors, tho hem being of too, makes stunning bugs, and there tare

rge, Edwards Geneva Harrell Ellen WmlItAS.u. i): Crow aa 'lldinlnlalratorof ,; ; I deep rose, for instance and the upper so many unusual shupuH for them II' \
Ruby ,
I With peculiar circumstances surrounding the entittv of Anna Jonva, ileceam-d.. hisIncI i tho 'i'
in which
I part of JtulKJun blue. Often stripsof and, ways handles maybe A
Seeber Edwards Mabry Har thus .
C. Gonzales the Lynn, in court a iHitltlon atfklng- that II" '
death
K. R. Sly has arranged for a service his two colors sewed managed.! .
rell Malcolm Harrell and Hammond mull' deliver! piMHiMHiim of and order the pale are together vertically -
Eg to be presented to the negro;. RedROMS packer for the Florida Cigar Factory of thu following di'Hcrlljed real rotate, lying' the hem being of the darker For Special Occasions ,
Lynn attended church at Brooker on and bend in ,
I Jacksonville breathed his last a few llrudford. County rlorlda. tu-
helpers of Lecsburg commem- Sunday night.A sit Lota One 111.' Four ((41, anil rive. (16). I tone. There is nothing more attrnctivoTor
ting the patriotism of the negroes; I i minutes after entering a Spanish res. but sad thing happened of Illock (till of Lincoln City according. to \ItcaiU, ure very great; favorites fur the, occasion when one wishes to
taurant at 8:28:! East Adams street strange th. map of the. name rvcordid I in hook' Oni.
have from that to light ( lie well-dressed than the
Bo city ttimming either bands of Rmall binds particularly
gone ,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. An. par 177. of thu Public Iteconla of II rail ford
m their country. There will be twen- 'Saturday night a short while after 9 dru last Saturday night when their I Iwounly" rlorldn. being In the South Half of ,I or larger: heads worked into sump! in- Frock of soft silk mull or tissue witha
Itwo stars the service flag. o'clock. As he entered the place he tht* SmithcaMt quarter of Hertlon ThirtytwoI tricate Sometimes touch of behddIn the
on ; design. the shoulder I' well and oldest boy, Sumner, took a notion to I I UI' "> 'lownnhlu Six 16)). South K,rK) .. Twenty.turn I i'
of feeling
complained not leave home. They all went to church i J;,f> .:.... said lung appearing, of recnril ', Kenos and the yoko outlines of lin- samo color us the rent of the dress. + '
A conference at Jacksonville with silt down. His condition grew worse Brooker Saturday night and when ,, ., aa belonging to th* ratate of Anna 'I genie and crppe waists are beaded. The one illustrated hero is extremely
at ; Joiii clecraaed.Ami ,
de B. Aitchison, of the interstate land the proprietor of the rpstaura'ntprepared they; arrived home about 12 o'clock he I ., I It havingbeen nhiiwn by affidavit that Fringe, too, is coming into its shnrnof simple. Thu skirt hits two rather

Enmerce commission, presiding and a place and let him lie i down. decided to leave. He took the trainat all .of the heirs of the aaid estate are .otl...... attention; a1Is tots have deeply fringeil wide tucks about the hem of the sumo

resentatives from all the eastern A physician was called, but before he Worthington Springs Sunday and ., .,of aervif llrudford. by the county.Hherilf Htattt cannot of b Florida. had .and but there that ends. and dresses of mi ft silk, satin width; the tucks are repeated in thnwaist t

triad counties, brought out the factt I I arrived Gonzales had passed away. his whereabouts are unknown.Mr. Urnix no peraon known that ureic* of a nub or chnmeuse have fringe around rend on the cuff! ore repeated

the entire eastern section offerida Arthur Edwards and a In appear upon whom would' bind, the the lower edge of the skirt, aroundthe In the waist and on the cuffs, and there, 1
I Harry mil heira! and l that the and helm f
desires Eastern time which isM Albert Abdelcotta, colored, was convicted sister, Georgia, attended church at t age of Twenty-on yeara.IF are all overthe neck, and also a finish for tho are medallion-like motifs on the waist

hour earlier than the present time. I in the court of record at Miami Brooker Sunday.C. IHKItKl-OUK; Ordered .nnol of serious offense, but two adjudged that the laid 1 heirs, John Henry I
Friday a
M. Andru and wife were visitorsto Jon... Lawrence Jonea and Carrie Jonea and .
Miami has decided to spend $3,000 ,I negroes who were with him upon the Worthington Tuesday evening. all persona' intereaU.. in Maid, eatal do appear,

I put up 1,000 signs, outside the' occasion of the attack upon a little sister at the court house on the lat day of July A. LI.lut .
Edwards and
Mr. Seeber
*, to show if
cause canwhy the
any you
kte. The signs; will show a Royal i white girl near Perdido station some :Miss Ruby, accompanied by B. C. Scarborough aid, petition of the aaid ailminiatrator ahuuld

I'm tree, fishing and boating scenes weeks ago, managed to establish the and family visited at the not be .granted.

Id the distance and point the way toami. fact that they were innocent of any home of Mr. C. II. Newsom, Friday. publiaheii it la, further In the ordered llrmlford that County this, notice'lerlgrault be I

Road signs, judiciously plait participation in Abdelcotta's act, and Mrs. W. M. lIarrell, who has been on nt Stark, in llradford County, Florida once Do Your Bit )
off with each week for ft conaecutlv week.
managed to get
are about as good forms of adder one of them
while the the sick list for the past month. Is ti.'t'n under my hand and the aral of thia ,
Bng as any city can use.phc out being informed against; some better at this writing. Her coin! chi the 3 other was later acquitted. Hamhera, 'In Hlarke Bradford County,
many friend hope her a speedy re- Slat, of .,...101.. Have you ever figured how to reduce your '

binning offcioala to listen at to Washington the protests are of An agent of the-Department of Agriculture covery.The infant daughter of Mr. and 6-11: U Juilg of the CEO above.A.GAKDINKR.named court. high cost of living? We have solved this problem.

ustrial interests against taking lair I who has been making an inspection ___ _ __ 1
Mrs. C. W. Edwards was taken seri
work of the castor bean crop along OF APPI.IfATIOS FOR TAX I1KKII Do not waste, let your pennies do their bit
out of this state to on gov- i NOW; I
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cultivation ously ill Wednesday evening and she )KK HF.CTION 6 OF CHAPTI.R 1451, I
ment enterprises. Labor is being the East Coast writes that more was curried to Worthington where LAWS OF FLORIDA.N by paying cash for your purchases.

fticed away :from the state in large I and fertilizer will overcome she looked after by our skilled "," .tic* la hereby given that Wm Kalehreut.' I I
the difficulties growers are was er purehaaer of Tax OrtlllcaU No Ito dated will sell for cash
ntities by labor agents for conS most of Beginning June 1st we only.
Cnrefoot. We her
that the best fields physician, Dr. hope the Ird day of AuKuat A. U.. IIII4. two filed' 'I
ins other states. experiencing, and an early recovery. sell! certificate In my ulfc' '. and his made. ap- : By this sell for less.
he has found are doing we can .
I of castor beans Dlication for tax decal to laau* ir aeeorilanc. I
; and Cabe New-
Newsom
fertilizing Mr. C. II. with law. Said certificate embrace the fol
CH CALOMEL MAKES those where cultivating and some were visitors to Starke on Tues. wins deacnbed property aitualed I In Jlra4IWit > I Every quarter saved will buy a Thrift Stamp I1
has been begun early. ""un',, Florida, to-wit.
i YOU DEATHLY SICK day.Mr. One lot com. 70 yd.. W. of HB Cor- of Se... and help us win this war. ]
well-known insurance C. H. Newsom visited Mr. C. 19 run N. 70 yda.. thence W 10 yda. tp.nc.. f
Claude Smith Jacksonville, a was arrested :M. Andru Saturday evening.Mr. .4 7i' yd*., thence F. 10 yda to pt of ben inHamilton. You are well acquainted with the merits of :
man of few 19. Tp 7. 8. R. 22 1The:
lop Dangerous Drug the request of the Seeber Edwards, accompaniedby aid land being aaaeaned at the flat of to,.
Using on merchandise and will endeavor
Saturday advised his charming sister Miss Ruby, -.area of old crtifleat In the n.,,'. ./( our we to give +
I You! Sheriff of Gilmer county, On., who "...n.wn. Unless said certificate shall. ..- '. II
Before It Salivates that a warrant had been issued and Blanche Andru, attended churchat .' .owmrd according to I..... tax deed will nr you the same service as before. I
his. Brooker Sunday. Hue thereon on th* lit .day. of July A. D,
I It's Horrible. charging' Smith with murdering Mrs. C. W. Raborn visited the homeof fi K Your co-operation will be appreciated. c'a i\
father, Dr. J. W. Smith of Jacksonville .itneaa' my official algnature and seal thk.ne i:
Ga. Smith declinedto T. B. Edwards Tuesday. J7th day of May A. II. 131*. J 1 1STARKE

[You're bilious, sluggish, constipated at Ellijay, that he Mr. Sumner Andru and sister. :Miss W. T. WEEKS. 1 ,
make a statement except Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Florida.t31Bt.. HARDWARE CO.
U believe you need vile, dangerousomel would fight requisition. Blanche, attended the party at Mr. .

to start your liver and cleanr not W. S. Nabb's Thursday evening and

bowels. The Bureau of :Markets, United report a nice time. MASTER'S SALE Starke Florida

Blere'a( my guarantee! Ask your States of Agriculture is Mr. T. B. Edwards and family accompanied N..te! .U hereby given that under and by
Department virtu. of that certain final deer. of
by B. C. Scarboroughand forcl'ieur *-
Dod-
pggist for a 60 cent bottle of I advising the housewives of Florida! to .* mail and rendered. May 24 19IA. by
p's Liver Tone and take a spoonful slow in the canning of fruit and family were guests of Mr. W. M. the Jud.. of the Kighth Judicial Circuit of r
liver go should iarrell Thursday evening. Florida., In Chancery. in favor of the CitiaenaUank ,
fight. If it doesn't start your I vegetables. Home club canners of Kaiford. a corporation, complainant, I''
Mrs. E. E. Baxter is visiting her
Id straighten you right up bettern find a market for canned products! be- I and ...In., J If Collier defendant the un. I
without griping or accord- daughter; at Brooker this week. demgneil.' will offer for aal* in front of the NOTICE OP ELECTION NOTICE Or ELECTION '
calomel and I fore putting them up. Put up Andru visited his cousin. eou't. houa door at Htarke. Florida, during fly the power vested In them by the School Dy the power vested In them by the School
king you sick I want you to gofck ing to local demands is the best planto Harley the legal hour of >al. on Monday the First laws of the State of Florida' the Hoard of Law of the. Slat of Florida, the /Iloar4 of
to the store and get your man- Ray, at Brrooker Saturday and Sun- day of July IvIH. the following described I I'uhlir InRtruetkin of Bradford County hereby Public instruction of liradford County hereby.
pursue. personal. property, .being In Bradford County, 'order .n election to h* held In Hpecial' HchonlTa order an election to be .held In Special School
day.Mabry Florida to-wit < District No. i. Littl!. Mpringa. on Saturday Tax blatrlct No. 9. Pin Hill, on Hatur-
Fake calomel today and tomorrow I Prvt. L. :M. Porter, of Motor Truck Howell was a visitor to Two mar mule; color bay, weight. about Jun. ISth 191H. for the purpoae of *le..u day. June Iftth. 191*. for the purpose of electIng -
death Worthington Sunday. 901) pound each, about nine years old. named Irg three testes and to determine the' amountof three truatee* and to determine th* amountof
PI will feel weak and lick and nau- Company No. 434 met a violent K.... and Pet One ...,... mule. color bay mlllag to be aaaevaeif. mlllag to be .._d.
pted Don't lose a day's work. Take Friday morning at Camp Johnston about li year old. weight about 1.000 pounda.named For the purpcs of holding the aid election For the purpose of holding th. said, election
Dod- off moving motorIn Children' Cough. and Cold Hill One fjray mar mule abut eight, the following managera haw. been appointed t the following. managvra .here been appointed |
poonful of harmless, vegetable when he leaped a For children's coughs and colds years olt!. weight about HOO pound, namedKhr W S. 0.._, O. L. Missile. W leaven A. U. Hurreney. F. f.. Colaon. A. r.. (.reena.
's Liver Tone tonight and wake up | front of a touring car driven by ..ty ; Two Tie waerona.. two home gin, to T. n FINHOI.HTFR. T. U. riNHOLSTKH.
harms Sergeant Rosenberg and was knocked Chamberlain's Cough: Remedy is ex- the hlittMrt and beat bidder for ca>h. Chairman Hoard Public Inatructlon. llradford Chairman Hoard Public Instruction Uradior
ling great. It'a perfectly truck cellent. It is prompt and effectual and A. 1.. ADKIN9 County Florida. County Florida.
to give it to your children any j jn I Ie. beneath another oncoming other narcotic Special Maater In Chancery.A. .. Atteat: Attest:
let them which passed over his body. PrivatePorter's contains no opium or 3. CREWS E. R. POPPELL. E. R. POHPELL.
It can't salivate to > .
Upland Ind. and is pleasant to take.-Adv. 5-3-Et. Solicitor for complainant. f-ll-lt. County Supt. and BVryItIt.. County Supt. and Se,. t-IO-oX
home U in ,
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I "' ,ua: FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY
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seas to fight; and bleed antJ die for us. National Memorial Day Thursday. r r New River. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I I wish to announc. that r .., --
Bradford County Telegraph I i for number of .. ....
the .
Air planes were considered a pnme :May 30, was designated by President I Miss Cecil Reborn of Old Bradford, + POLITICAL! AS.VOL'NCEME.NTS. 4' :, No 3. consvtuia of School Nw Ri..? .,..

essential of this equipment.> Shortly Wilson as a day of fasting and prayer was in town shopping last Saturday + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + 4' ham Ksmpl.n and Thercsun .,,.,

after war was declared congress appropriated and the tame was observed by manyof I afternoon.Mr. : FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROCP I. I am a school patron and '. at5.IvSt .
Puhlikhed Weekly and entered as see.OIK
la lh. ,, ir the welfare of 5
; I eaodMl meor.b.p
am a i toy "?
million dotar
six hundred
the Starke people. : Hubert Rouse of New River, If I .1.l ,,4 .
at the wl-office at I I BOUM of Rrn..Be*tlv.. and Iwrrtr announc tm.. am ct I st at > fl
elawt matter
) t" I ) > this for air plane con- I f'irwaM best effort ,.
I jf money C was in town last Thursday. a\f candidacy in Gmup 1 in tbo : Starke. Florida. -truction, and the people of the coun- TilE FIRST COTTON: BLOOM I IT. Mr E. S. Gamey of LaCrosse was I ftel "<. I >BOW tb. ned of our ,I ratS. of the .school." throuitH ....t "I'
I aani7 and itau. m a I*..u.ativ. war and hairIn Ijtt
1 jtry were told tbat by July 1st, I'Jll N. Kendrick bring in the | in town last Sunday.Mr , *l_l> .hi./ e.:.rk( of tft. Ho'j.. for tk. tr- I ___
E. S. MATTHEW.S: :Editor:: and O.nr. .....,. would/ have twenty thousand of firitj and Mrs. L. Hodges and little ion of l't\\l'?. I am familiar( with .M prcxr> dI I I SVI'EIIVISOR or ftiGI. .. -.
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bloom of the He :I
exhibited
4 i tfce plane in France. How well! has j season. : a a*< of ...d bodr. i aolicit to. lopporc of all I Idemoeralic t I hert-br nnnounc.. fl: a- I ,
J. C. KOHIN: ON: .\-ociatf rxlitor.12J314151617J8 I bloom at this office on :Monday May daughter :Mildred, accompanied by votr and. if *!lect. ? ;i this; promise been redeemed During 27th. }Ir. Kendrick has A small Mrs. Hicks and Mrs. E. J. Ward and faithful and .(T.ei...nt anrlcca.( R. A. GR FN. for Bradford county I r.*. .""
,. date m a few days ago I a congress daughter Onarita spent Sunday at "Ir. at \
patch of cotton at his place in the Diary and promise .,. '
that there has until i c' it r ;"
M'A Y 191 j came out not western part of town. He the the state farm near Raiford. FOR REPRESESTATn-E-GROl'P TWO ,, attention to th. "'11... uf 1-. -III

[11918 .__ ::::-:=J n.-i !good day been one single Ameri- boll weevil has already made says its appearance Don't be a slacker. Join the Red Group I hvrrby Two anaounc for n-nominatwn. mra..lf a for fandtdat th. offle in I|,,i C ,

!5-a w... .IIG; .-: =uI t "m riattle plane sent to France. and1ijur at his place and is going Cross and come across. of Rcpnatntatlx( .In th. Lsvistura! from "
ji SI boys on the firing line are unpro- Mr. R. T. :McDavid, of Cooter Pond Bradford covn,,.. fub .ct to to* action. of th. FOR CONSTABLE DISTRIl s ;-
after the little cotton forms.H. I I
Democratic vlcction( to b. held In I!<| hereby announce myself a .
the above pnmair
iii I LJ.ZI&47&9jQll' ft-Hi in air them exceptf'r was in town last :Monday morning. tire office, of Constable 'OJ
I O. Rivers of the Brooker section Jun*. If 1 It. I mercIfully aolieit the support of D. -
-uch planes as France and Eng far behind. !'| Mr. E. Surrency, of Pine Hill attended of all ..oura. at laid Democratic primary and :,, Bradford county Florida. subject i '" ..*
not lie
was '
of .
land have been able to loan them from brought ''rom''','. a faithful diaeharvc of my fautjr. it i the Democratic primary to ,i- .,
church here
to the Telegraph office I last Sunday.Mr. I I 4th. 1919. and respectfully "*
l their two blooms on I am ;nenorad with r,-.i tion so c ..
meagre supply. Wednesday, the 2th: Inst. Mr. Rivers I : H. Sowell of Cooter Pond 12-2j-tf A. S. CREWS. I I i of. all voters at said primary! "
I I From such facts as are now at hand J }f'
t says the weevil is already at work in i 1 passed through here last Monday !I
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the department of the army having I an a .andldaR.ontari. 'mGrodp I -
his cotton field, but he has hopes of'' morning. 2 anr} rMpeetruITy aolieit the *ui"port FOR CONSTABLE DISTKI... I -
1920212/232425: 'he air plane program in charge seems j making: a fair crop. He has 50 acres j I' Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Caniey and of the vomara who w tl(I participate in the Democratic I T "hereby announc myself n ,

to haw made an utter and abject: fail. ; children attended chutch at Little primary to b. held Jun. 4th. If my constable of District No I I I. :
and this failure will write into planted to cotton. ambition to repment our county in the letulatur elected promise a faittiful, I if
ore, .
p<
I C I Rock last Sunday.Mr. (U rratiflcd r man exert m, ..\.., duties pertaininar to that onV. 13
l26 iftS-29', I 311"I American history one of its blackest RED CROSS DRIVE AT L. Anderson of Cooter Pond effort to Mr\e the beat (intcroU of the county ly luhcit' the support vt 'h-
I and M. J. SU'P. :
irate. .
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'\ po rees BROOKER BIG SL'CCES >;\u in town last Saturday.Mr. tora at the coming pnmar)
.en .: : While this wicked failure of a department i N'
I I & and Mrs. L. Gainey and children FOR COMMISSIONER' ImsTRICT ? O. !. 'II
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I I 1 I ing on for almost a year where were for County Comma Mioner for Dutriet .'o. 1 I.Providence L '
.. Sunday.Mr. .
"f Ifh< "" -h" .ll p.rtm: pr'grarfl

1 ).a.l ,r/" n hiy.I.d'J .i- a fair.ampd} (,f all the wonderfully influential and eftlci..nt -I Little Jesse Lee Surrneey is quiteill Joe Surrency of Pine Hill attended refp.ctfuly! and aolicit f'alfttine. the support voting af precmcu.th* voters and CHARLES E. DAVIS

what is going on Wa.Hhinjrton there congressmen ? Congress has supervision at this writmcr. church here last Sunday. at th. eommff pninary election. If elected
over all departments of the :Mrs. I wIll( u. my beat vtTorU(\ to 'I'Ve the lntere. .tj
1 ure no influential. and efficient con I D. W. Kelley and children of of th* public. O. V. BROOKS( Madison Fla.
gressmen. The gentlemen who are I government It is its duty to know I :New' River attended church here last t GOOOYEAR"SECONDS.. __ ,

J I that the government is being properly Sunday. I hereby announce in/Mi* '. ,.,, ridal. tCounty ,
l j handling government contracts eem I I I am now handling the line ,.
splendid CommuMiion D ,tr. o I. Trderc "
conducted and has the all .
l! to have a corner on the supply) of Influence it power at Mr. Clarence Newsom, of Pine Hill, of Goodyear seconds: at the prices and I'aieatire, 0. n lea cc j'ly'1 ... uth I - --.

; I and efficiency would appear to times to inquire! into the conduct of was in our town last Saturday. quoted below. These tires are luppnrt. of the vo 'rn at trie, .tMocrapr1mar ., [
j each and every branch or department.It I Grandma prac. election to be held on June 4th I
besloetart. Baxter is spending a few '. titally ai the if .jocted ,... ... ,
; :. good as higher priced pr"rn. to ""*rr. I r opi* to rt"!
i was the business of congress and days with her daughter Mrs. J. Pin- I tires and once have used them boar of my ab.lity. J i". C.EWS.:
you
of each and member of it, to I holster
every
}f. The Germans have started another have known months that the air near here. I you will never buy other than seconds. Frlendt of J. J. Birllinir announce him. a [- --
ago Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Xewsom and
9 big drive on the French battle front. I i Size Plain Non-Skid Tubes candidate for County Commuytioner( from Di*.
I craft program was not being carried litte daughter. Doris. of Graham ; tileS No. I. composed of Hateitine( and Frcldnc .
,30x3 $10.75
thousand 314.04 $3.1t >
Jf we had the twenty air :, .
voting W.
precincts uk the vuppurtof
planes over there that the people' paid I I 'Jut.Mark the difference between the spent the week-end here with Mrs.Newsom's t 3
: 4 for nearly a ago th" lives of 'i iIi I father :Mr. G. W. Wilson. 131x4 $17.75 $19.00 $4.25 an year
j thousands of our men might be people and their members of congress.The Mr. E. L. Crosby and son, Abe mo- '] 32x31,3 $14.00 $15.00 $3.45' efficient attention to the duties of the ott...

Jla\'l'd.j people have not failed at any single I tored to :New River last Sunday.Mr. 34x4 $18.90 $20.45 $5.45

If the pen/Unit investigation proves point. They have givn their eons j If. C. Clemons spent Sunday STARKE VULCANIZING: :' WORKS FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. :.
; air plane deal to be as crooked as it I hereby announe mynelf a candidate for reelection
'" they have practiced self-denial and i with his daughter, :Mrs. K. Andrea, of Starke Fla. .
'; now looks there ought to be a few 'I to th* office of county commiraioner(
they have poured out their life-time' In and for Dlatrict( :No; 2. and respectfully ac 0'

hangln in this country. savings in order that the government I "Upon the farmer rests in large Stomach Troubles licit the support of the voter at the democraticpr
mary election to 1 be held on June 4th 1
might not be hampered at any stageof measure the final responsibility of''I When your system becomes clogged promise. if elected to vise the name conscientious .

Sea Wand cotton grower seem to the war. Congress on the other winning the war." from overeating constipation and a attention to the dutiea of the offir. .. I

L be fated for bad luck. For many years hand! went to sleep at the swith and S I torpid liver- your stomach is likely to have in the past. C. A. ROBERTS

they hoped to have the price of their unless a member can give a mieh'y! The-St'-ie of Weitsylvanla. trouble you. A dose of Chamberlain's I rvsp etfully announce to ti. v t. r, .'

1 ;, product rained through a tariff on plausible reason for snoozing while Tablets will give relief. Commissioner District No 2 that I am a can,
quick
The "province and government ofWestll'lvanla" you d.date for Comm uioner of laid district tpromise
,
Egyptian cotton. Congress! turned the German battle planes hover over the was made They cause a free movement of the if elected to frite the d .<1" .
a proposal by
proportion down as often an it came unprotected heads of our brave boyswe en the digestion. You will be sur- office my careful attention C J KM'IMT' ;
I the settlers In the southwest of Penn.
up until the war stopped the importa- think he should be sent into retire-
bowels tone the liver and strength-
Then I sylvania and the adjacent territory for up : I hereby announce myself! a can.J dnt -
tion of the Egyptian: staple. ment. This is a time for doers, and
the creation of a new state. It originated prised when you realize how much bet county comm isioner \>r Ji-lr, N" 2 ,,1.,1.'
I when such a tariff could do no Rood.1fcause the mere talker- and time-server oughtto ter you are feeling a day or two after' Uutler and Worthinetoni. nod < arn.tv o. r *
In connection with the troubles
worth th. support of the \oters of the dwlnc* '
no Egyptian cotton be sent to the rear. taking these tablets.-Adv. 5-35t the democratic .. n
between Virginia and Pennsylvania.and primary crct >n '" I. '
mentioning could into the United r .
come ,
S June 4. 1'10. and promise .if .Irct.d tn .
I :
I States the members of the ways I HONORING: MISS the scheme was brought forward <9 ?, > ?, . < $> <9> $> $ 9> <3 forth my best efforts t.. ""ro. the | nf''"". of
, JL'IGLEY early la July 1778. A of'' thia) district and .
I and means committee of the house of description county to tic hent of ribility. -
.
,,. thA nrorwi"4.:
i representatives allowed Conjrreisman - - -- u ------ --- .
I A moonlight picnic on Lake King CHURCH DIRECTORY. *

Clark to work in a little amendment |'sley. given for :Miss Lena QuigleyFriday I bounds as "beKtnnlog' at the eastern 0 COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT J. CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
providing for a tariff on the Ejryptian branch of the Ohio opposite the mouth BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law <8> I hereby announce myielf, a cand'date 'oroffice
:Mr. and Mrs. J.
evening{ by of the Scloto and running thence In a *' pastor. Sunday school 9:45 .* of county commissioner of District .' 2nd. Congressional District.
ataple. but when it got ovpr to the ten- : a. m. 3. iLawtey" and
T. Quigley was a most enjoyable occasion Ralfordl.' subject to the will:
/ ate it was killed deader than a wedge. I i direct line to the Owasloto pass, thence > Sunday morning service, 11:00 3 of the qualified electors at the coming -etl"n
to all present. The cars carrying I .* o'clock '* to be held June Has had ten years experieno it 5l,.lii
1, Now that the war has made it impossible to the top of the Allegheny mountains, ; Sunday evening service 1918( If elected I pWae
the guests left town shortly thence wjth the top of the said mount- '!' 7:00: ; B. Y. P. U., Sunday even- 0 my elf to faithfully) perform the dutUii .>f i Legislator-.-Author of "Davi> ,jack, |iI
: for the said
spinners to pet Egyptian olTie to the best
p ; after six o'clock and upon arrival at I sv ing, 6:45: ; Wednesday evening the of my ability and to Law..SI"nc! with President Vt
; cotton and the price of sea i inland has | taws to the northern limits of the pnrI best interests of all concerned Eq al I I I uonci

t_.. in advuT. to a fancy i I filcnwood! the cozy summer home of I chase made from the Indiana In 1768 at prayer service 7 o'clock. Every- riiihta. to all and no special privileges to any ,, all war meanure.--le a native Fondue
I consequence !, :Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott the partysper.dlly *> body cordially invited to attend. on. C. R S \PP. I I
, basis the boll weevil comes along to donned suits and | the treaty of Fort Stanwlz.\ thence __ ...He will be true to your inter.ll.I .

, destroy tho bu.i e.s just when our bathing with the said limits to the Allegheny or '. -8> I abe this method of announcing; that I am I'I
were soon enjoying the water. I Ohio river and then down the said I a candidate for County Commnsloncr, for r) .. VOTE FORFllMcoMPARIsoN :
farmers were in a fair way to !grow About !9:30: supper. which consisted EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. 3!. Fryer:' tnct No 3. composed. of Raiford and Inwiv
river as purchased from the said In- *> priest in charge. school.i. vrtinir,
rich frori cotton culture. of chicken salad sandwiches Sunday > precincts.' If elected I shall "tru. .. -
pillau, | dkins at the aforesaid treaty of Fort f!> 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and 4> V". the district and the county irnod si',r Ire a-

$, and ginger ale, followed by ice cream Stan ulx to the beginning." A call for 4 sermon 11 o'clock; evening prayer <*> a the member of the board I .....n...'''',. 10 .,.it .++++++++++++++... +++++++++
We now have nearly a million men and.! cake was served on the spacious '. support of the toters ai tl... .ro.'n. '.0
and 7 o'clock choir h *
sermon ""'.
a convention to organize the government ; re- D W
,in France E\e-y day thousand veranda and was not neglected by the ,I I .t> hearsal, 7 o'clock.Vednellday"*a --- '. REDDISh i
was Issued but a memorial of I
.' more of our Loys are sent forward. hungry bathers. 'j *. evening. Come and worship with "*, I rOl' TY rO\"trsSIO"I"R! nr''T >tT A

. Almost every day brings; word that The guests numbered about twen I i I the Virginia committee of West Augusta 'V'Ui. <*.> \I.h.I h..b announce rrv..tf a) a man,, .tn"( ? t,,, :::: \Ve INVTI E cemparm i iJ
I county to the lower house of assembly I office of county co-imin.mn. '.. .
Crall 'ord has reach- r r rt 'tr r
some county boy ty-one, and were: :Misses Lena Quig- i't I No, 4 If elected Thaltwni, 'or th. | ,, ::: a' to price and qualitt
rithe\ fHd I of battle and bloodshed {\\ry\ Inez Anderson Dons Law. :Myra ,, led to the abandonment of the METHODIST L. Z. Barr ; ........ of the county and f on "M(, h... I H,?!,,.?,t- : choice line of
::|
and death. The duty now devolves on Burr Doris Scott; :Mesdames A. plan.-Philadelphia Press. I'I''*. pastor. Sunday school 9:43;:; a. ..* Jnn the .import 4th of the Salem in 0,. .,..r'0'

: ni to support these boys without stint. !I Anderson II. O. Smith, .F. A. Scott m Preaching every Sunday at .* j T 1 \.5 VI r.r ::: GROCERIESYou

We must buy bonds and we must sup- J. Floyd and Messrs. N. T. W'I' London's Crystal Palaea. : .3 11 a. m., and 7UO:: p. m. Prayer ';* I hereby anmvinee, my curl, I 1 v for, t' ...i. ::: '
ty Commmsloncr need them-- mUll 'n
L prrt. the Keil! Cross in its great mis- lilanchard. Law, Ellery :M. Crystal palace was. originally built meeting Wednesday evening 7:30: '!! er', District nn.l'nr rr the. ei'j'u, !Srnr.' .. c,"'mm ffH ,.- .. ,

, t don of mf'rcy.'p' must sacrifice Wilbur Scott A. W. Anderson Clifford In Hyde park for the great exhibition '? o'clock. Junior Epworth League '. -'. ,- "I..rt of the voters r at t.? t them

h I wherever and whenever sacrifice itnecessary. Tatum F. A. Scott, II. O. Smith and j I of 1851, being afterward removed: to *> Sunday afternoon at 3:30. Senior .> toward c0000e a urimsrv good b .If.mess elected I wl'l l I dn my l Io.i :;t| After comparing our (tot *!, ,di

1 I Its present site and re-erected. At the Epworth *> atlas ni."llon| of the prices with others h '
I And there i* yet another Morrell Smith. I League Sunday evening aTaira: of the u>iin'v v < n you

Treat duty that devolves upon us. We The lake so gloriously moon-lit, I first state opening of the palace by .* at <,:4o. A cordial invitation is ." <;EO. c. LIVISrS1'OS. ; KOO'hy we have 10: u.i" <

: j must use our ballot wisely to the end presented a most beautiful picture Queen Victoria It was urged that the 'extended: to all to worship with <* A number of friend( and ret'owcUlrmslav I i MIKE'S FRUIT STCKE

, that we place in authority only those and the evening so pleasantly spent j usual artillery salute should not be us. *. requested rio. n run for Commis'ii,,- ,

who are willing to do a man's part will be happily remembered by :Miss I fired the reason given being that the .> .1 .nnounce-nenl from th* Start of district. ; Sri 1 her- by ,,,,,<. r I -l-I IUIiIIl.LiI.CORN1 I I I I.+++!+++++

during this awful conflict. :Mere ore Quigley and her friends.: I concussion would shiver the glass roof PRESBYTERIAN Sunday Ch e... If elected I .y shall candm.ry rive I m.for best sa.d. eff: .rt,,(*. j

tory will not win this! war, and it will STAKKK CliriUIIES OBSERVE ana the company assembled e1ow. Including school every Sunday at 9:45. *I toward dischawn the dm m of the offlci.

not save one single American- boy's IJ.\Y OF FASTING; : AND: PRAYER her majesty would be cut Into 'v Morning worship 11 o'clock. and I?" JESSE THOMAS. E. ['

I f life. Diligence on the part of those in mincemeat. Dire were the predictions .* evening- service at 7. Prayer I hereby announce that I am a undldat.1 __

L *, auhtority will save tho lives of countless Yesterday the various churches of of the scaremongers when the design s> meeting Wednesday evening at "$, for Stark County. Commissioner' for D strict No 4.
(
, r thousand of our bolys. We must Starke held prayer services in accordance for the palace was made public. Tba 7:30. Ladies Aid Society meets *. 'uPr>ort! of I the respectfully Democratic Kilicit electors th* vote and. SA ( )

, have no more air plane failures. If with the president's proclamation first gale they said, would Inevitably d; first Friday of each month. A.> primary, to be held Jun. 4th. at th.. I

c I those wen we have delighted to honor that the people of this country \ wreck: It, while the heat engendered by *> cordial invitation is extended to I?>> careful attention to my duties .If "litJc!.

i: ,. in the past do not measure up to the humbly acknowledge dependence upon the sun pouring Its rays upon the .*. visitors! and all others who are U. M. M RE.COUf LhLt4 W'HEAT

full standard of efficiency we must the Almighty and ask his aid to domed glass roof would be so terrific c <*> not worshipping elsewhere. *b.
z change officials that human could withstand 4 '1 t I hereby announce myself
as they change generals win the war and gain righteous no being a candidate for
.., i at the front when they fail to show peace.CLASSIFIED It. Consequently If they escaped an 5> ?> * 1 'b # t> t. hId re.eTecto a.( ...i.fr.Cftt"fu'. 0 the Commissioner action of the of Pis. dO.L
cominr
capacity for the work assigned! to avalanche of glass they would bG roast --- democratc. primary., If elected I promisV to $
them contmu. to Rlv. th. duUea *f the "fI'f.. $*
; ed to death Inside the case. eornest attention. my
: _ _ H. D. MAY. m
( I frAT POTATOES I' -
) \\ 11"\:: WILL IT EMIT: Scheme Foiled by Police. I take this method: it: annocC! 'ha T a'n' h U

''a candidate for Coun.y. (..mn'I.. I 1-.,, of 11.... UUSSUUUU
-- One or the most ingenious contrivances SAVE trlrt No 5 n'
compov-l
New
The Saturday, Evening Post, perhapsthe for taking the risk out of roulette I I1rah.m. Hampton -nd There-M PixBionk,. $ $
.ina
best infnrmi'd journal in America. FOR SAI.F:.-One sow and one bar- ever brought to the notice of the <.in.nocralie... I reSD...tfully, "solicit the vole" of p1w.the $UUUU$$

: ,' Raid editorially that the war cannot row. V. "'. :Manning Starke, 5-24-2 police fell Into the bands of the New WHIAT m .. careful elector att.nIolI rot to th tn.. <"''''U."..., and ". UUn :j:

; end within two years unless the GerJ I York ttvpartment when a raid was ,- fl.. If I a... ojecterl, J. J. 'IORGAN.of the $ $$$$$$$ HUU

man poople rebel and that there is no LOST-One belt. Reward for returnto made on a rooming house In West I hereby $ $ US

likelihood, of rebellion The late Senator I'itt Tomlinaon.LOST. Sixty-first street. It had been Intend I County Commisi atS000rtcethatlam oner fo. a candidate for $U am $$:1S)

I Stone in a --I"'t''h m June. 1917 ed by an exclusive group of Individuals .a:: N.... RI..r. Brooker. G..h.m.Dlittt Hampton. "0.a4 I. dUU s: ::.

stated that it would take nnt less than .-One pair automobile curtains. that a certain wealthy mining I COFFINS CASKETS ,, hon Th..a to rhe prt'O'lnClI.duties' of the I pron"t'WICC, careful alt.n. ..UtUUS$$ $$$ 'H ':"
k. three years to defeat the Huns and "Kinder return to Jos. .t I .m el.cted' .. "sUSUUS: H:1 'I'
E. Wilson man was to have a chance at winning I And a full line of JAMES REYSOLDS.I .
, that ti.000,000 A merit'an* would l be Starke. 531tf. I about SO cents. When the group I ....$un$$$$$U$$$ $:1': u;.

I. under arms before the war I'nd.,1. Senator - -- -- .. -- staged the gambling apparatus!! they Undertakers' Sjpplies! I EMBER SCHOOL 1"" Ut $SSU: : $$$$;$ 111111111
no
Stone waR chairman of the for.ei"n WANTED:' oorl farm hand steady halt expected that they would win a Automobile hearse I I I Friend.' of L. Powell Ann I hmrmhr DISTRICT i. $ $$ :$$$$$$ :$ '!""'

relations committee of the son- work. Rising Pecan "Farm II. L. I million of the mining man's money Always on hand. The! best .service School him a Board..nd.I." for Member of th.aro'urce County .....dU$ $UUS$ s :, .11

/ ute, and probably had a better idea Stevenson Starke, Ha. 5-17-tf but they failed to overcome certain at the lowest I Law,.,I anof rom...II"t DI.'ri.t So.-I Stark.' snd '''U'UUUUU$$ S:: IIIIfIU"UU
\ prices. Special .
of the : situation than the c'm'
European any --- -- tor at th. .omrnj pHMr/K( $ $U$$ .ulll
I details. There was an electric device wtn t'a, 'oIr
t individual outside of President Wilson FOR SALE One attention to telegraph orders I lowell la drrn'v int.rraird In .. ,
5-paasenRer Overland attached to the wheel by which the our public -i -- oy-.ve 01 ......UIUS 113.\0 $U$ "'CIS'IIu..usus
f and his icbv.i| '''.'''.
cabinet. has ,
It required a car, almost as Rood as new. tU'"
disk could be $
revolving brought to
year for us to get ready to fight, hut See it before you buy. I'rice $ 190. I Renisterert Emhn'rvpr: ''I I : $
\ nn Instant stop on any desired numtiY Throu"h the 'nUclEation; ; ; ; UIU.UlU: $ U $$$S:$H" :lIll'fIuu..UUUUUS
from now on we will fight-und the J. T. Quigley. 510tf. I of m. frl.nds I
I J J, ( by the pressure of a button un hereby announce myoolf a .a..dd. .. S ::..UCIIu.udUU
nnWITT C. .IONES for ..
people at homo will back the
fighters II election u mrmher or th.. $$ ';:4e<< ;: 1&00it
der the table The police stepped in Il 'I f..r county .hool board !oo' ;>IS$
: up. FOR SALE:-:30 acres of land clear- I Starke.t rtt. Putrid No. I. It .I..red t will "iv. 1J1. .....
__ _ _ _ through a window Just as the wealthy school intereute of the ',. the beat .. ... .$U uU$$$$US S: $$$Sflllll
. t "(1 nnd fenced within half a mile of man was about to make a plunge and . _ rice _albl., In the ,'.i I have ......UUd $$$$UU: H .
; ASLEEIAT; i I the
TICK: :SWITCH.; t.nutey. "ut. I fw| that I to.ll.
Reasonable terms. LouUH. am In
: i confiscatiid the outfit.PhIlosophIcal. better service the newt two pne lion uuuU$U $$S$$ :& :! $>t ,UCII"uuUS
Hill taw-try. Fla. 5-17-lt term ant) I rr.n., than the put $ $ ,t 'f'
I respectfully solicit| :!IS $ S$$
Tho congressional \\ hcncver You Need of
election will he a .
I Ceneral Tonic the vot>T' J. c. MCRXE" uUUUU';: s.H\: \
held! throughout the thIs LOST. Tale. |I Take Orobe'l1. _
,
country yearend -'ear old< Jersey bull small .
; itssfs$$$$$$ S30 $;;t.;: (S
we may expect to ht-nr a great for age; marked crop in ono ear, One went betimes to a philosopher The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless MKMBEH OF SCHOOI. BOARD-nlST. VO i

-, I dful. about the wonderful influence split under-fit m the other. Reasonable who lived In a deep well and said unto chill Tonic is equally! valuable as a ifchV'I ..'>y annmin.- mym.lf si camlidat for I/fUlSSSS $ ';:"
of .
. mrmt.r "t school hoard t""m l"mH';:';: )iS ,S $';: '
General
him :
Tonic
and'Iici..ncy/ of the men we have had reward for information. F. brcaiise it contains the OI'rI.t Nn. cnmprsInw( . . ;
C. I..k. ,
well known tonic Rull.r. Rnl. ""flot ;: ;:':: :: s's;: : '<1:'"
at the national capital. We will doubtless Hollinpiworth. Starko. 5-21-tf. !I. "Oh. philosopher. what. I I.. success?" prn irtivsoigvTININBand ford,, Worthln..t..n. p..vld."c.. Pa!..tln... It
IKON.: It eels .f den I promise t II U U ,t ':: ; .;:.
> hear And the on the Liver, I>nvts 0 perform lh. dutlrt ot the
from their friends und I ___ __ philosopher replied : tTice to h.
JI partisans boot
h "It out J 'lant.; :Ilnncln-s the Llo that it would never do to replace --TEII.--OajJy> : -hipnu-nta of fresh l.s clint which the numt persistent Bui!'' P. M PADcE'rr.F .
tho Whole
.3 jp System. 60 cents C..... ;: ,jo. ''',.
c.. I one of them with a new man, Kgga. Chick..".. !I'" ...i.'hos n.,rriell. roan on earth" had nearly attained 1 --- .- 'n'' .. 'hi. m. ."".1-nr ;;;;;; :
and other when h.dim -- - al'touc'ng to Ih.
such !. .u.
many arguments. In Tomatoe" Green ioeit "f 9.'h.,.
H..HIS 1
view of Okra ",\ \KKETIM: :: ennI1Iat. OI.lrl.C( :No 2 thqt I am a ...ml.O/;:;: : S$$ $$$ '::.'05SIt.C5SCi
I recent de elopments it appears; Sweet Potatoes Crrm; ( Cane n.1hat Is failure 0 philosopher noes) f..r m. mtJ..r ot O', .....nty .
forn I"- ,t burying them ("...r,1 for ..*,,1i.rl.1 ... .h".1 Uff" ';: $';: .::.
that I .
to it miirht >, ? < Steve Hoover to
I us a good thing to Syrup, etc C D H itI, .ard., Protl. r ? t', "'" .,. .rt..lI" Inlldl
.r' "t the "
"f 1 have at least a fan "',(..inkling? of new I'l-'lor Pt. I'torsburir!', I'l.i. 5-2t-2t "I d!" not know, *onj; I hn\'.- never :Mt. 1'leaxant wu, "writes, "Com-. mAry I'ctn 'I..j 'Ireom'001cm. O'. 'tb cnmlrrw rrf. ;:;: $ JN"'. ) ;S:::0'1'
.' inv, .., d. feeding 'nrl' for (1,.. "'" my htor .4. tctstCCC'1i;: ;
men in congress. fought it" my herd of about 1UO tliItiil.In. .f ''r ,r.r.hl. '1' ..h"ol
hoc U. A. Thoinns' tbtTt, if I a", .1..01.! rtto! """'/"o.: tt t
the
During first of the Hog Powder niCKS
year war patriotic F'RSALE-t9( farmi overt I
acre .
1 1-2 miles -
. .
.
of t > months! --- -- ..u.''' ;: ....' t<::.;:Itq.
citizens the -
United States. -frith, of ago. Fifty were -i h k
' Ht.trkc, 0 n. r.'s fenced j jr The Leek in .'//t '
4 v,,ve loaned their ment ; off feed. Nearby herds had "mEn flt'JOOL10..'Rn. 1..>1. so. 3 ((( ttrtfr(
govern more < u home and outbuildings! ( ; farm | "Say. wetter this plate meet becracked. choL-ra. I tn'r' thie mnethoi rf ann""r n" I I ttcttctcttctt: ::
; than ton billions of dollnr' to ho usml I li,1! nut lose! onithey are well .m ft -.nUoIn' for r..I..II h01
01:1. ljOl'ry "".1 crop: niittirnl: ,'drnlnI Thiturilf Is xvot. < n. a m'mh,',
In I arimnir i <'inippinjr|, i aid,I pmx'j I-IUM-, I -. .1 l '..>' .il. F. I F; St:n y. Srl..'- ..X" MT.; tin.ru s 4 ic-fk In th
$;' in,. thi l t- \\ h.i :ir,. 'In, 'in.' -i. nt ni re I' ". uITalc.: Xc".". s-iup. V.hit,. & S"II. Star: _', Fla. ;.Vl-lf; '" ,", .h. _r' . 1 is'. r..t. .I.t rh" ",..'..., n. .1'
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I'IUDAlAY! 31, 1918 bRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE:, FLORIDA. TARE FIVE

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I ti'iul t commencement.\ She was on her their cousins :Misses Edna, Georgia
\iy to spend n while at her old home and Katie )Kpperson." I !:

HI :New: Hampshire.) : ills Fogg Mrs. Onie fans and Miss Elizabeth 1 Ifi
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Bits of LocalInformation tillj M-ll "ri-mi-nibered here and highly Williams pent" last Saturday and Sunday
> tied,, by both )patrons and student! in Jacksonville and Pablo Beach.They ,f4 r'
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M, the excellent service she rendered! were joined' at the latter place

1fr '..'iieher while with us. I by :Mrs. Albert. 1"'HlprsonIr.! .. ,

i Mi-, Annie Lee, of :Melrose\ rcturntn POMS' daughter who accompanied her i

I ,'I her home ]last Saturday.: :She: back home.

T.+.a.. O.. T...?., a..M.a..4 TIa. ,mended our school! this lust term. I II :Miss Intl"artin.: one of our valued
-" ....... 6. ... C.... .04 T.... I nst Tuesday, t 11l'wnlf quite a'': teachers returned' to her home in
I II :Mormon gathering lit Oak Grove. Madison\! this week.

II I ".a There] was about 400\ present The :Mr. and :Mrs. Leslie Johns ,of Jacksonville -
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j I speakers were Apostle, Smith of are visiting relatives in Lake ,
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Chufa Seed at J.V.. White & Son's.1 I Miss Fnnnie Wynn returned to I I Salt Lake City, Utah; President! Collin, I Butler this week.

i I Jacksonville Tuesday morning, afteru ,II I of the Southern States Mission\ and l :Mrs. M.! K.: Roberts and daughter,

Mr. Dozier Lundy, of Waldo, spent short stay in the city with rela p ]President Windley of the Florida Conference. :Mis.s/ Jessie, were visitors to Olustco
in town. tives. The day was beautiful and this week
[Sunday
I : s ,''ryonc present spent an enjoyable :Miss Jessie Roberta and! Mr. Tom

111Thl'n' were refreshments Chnstnin motored over to Breaker on ,
The Starke Civic Club gave $2: .OO Archibald Austin, who is a memberof .
enough to feed twice .
as werethere Friday.Mr.
many us
Cross drive last week. the the : I ;
| ti the Red navy on steamship Mercury, | ; 1. Frank Bennett met with a
expects to visit relatives in Sttirki
Me',"rs. :Schell:; Carver and Jesse heavy loss lust week. Ills best mile
Don't forget; to see the new hats at soon Cobb .L'., two of Camp Wheeler'H ]: was taken suddenly] sick and died in a

[ Kni ht's Millinery.J. toys:!> were In Luke Rut lrr ]last Tues- ''' few hours.

Get the habit-pay cash, Quigley w atF d.iy:!> visiting relatives and friends. :Mr. W. R. Moran and aunt Miss
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T Quigley was a business visitor Lumber & Supply Co. They were off on a 5-ilny furlough. 1:1111't": returned: last Saturday J

[ to Jacksonville Saturday. Their looks how how well! Uncl Slim after a pleasant visit to .relatives in
y :Mrs. C. II. Harrison and :Misses Bl- ; } is- Inking care, of them and l placing] / Palmetto.]

J. C. Manning was a business visi- sic and, :Mamie! )Harrison of Worthington them in first-class shape for General; Uncle' ..J"hl'I'nft has the prettiest '

[ tor to Jacksonville Monday were guests\ at the home ofMr. I r Pershing'H expedition, lilt b' patch of corn any where around 1
: ] and Mrs! J. O. Fralick] Tuesday. : biases: I Iris and Kva: ]Kpperaon. of the country. Some stalks urn 1 M!'I 1

Stnrke." spent, the last two weeks with feet in !length h
Miss Cassie White was a visitorto
[ Jacksonville Monday. Briscoe-"the wonder car." .


:Miss Susie Darby has returned
Special sale on Ladies and Chil-
home from, New Smyrna, where she /;
drens trimmed hats at Stumps.
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was a member of the school faculty

during the term just closed .__ _. :h 1
[Jacksonville:Mrs. O. J. Griffin !'pentlonday: in f OUR LINE OF HATS

Miss Grace Fogg, of the Graham r'c

section, was in Starke Tuesday en . .
Albert Dubose was! a business visitor route to New Hampshire to spend the All feminine beauty lovers will be charmed l u

[ to Jacksonville Tuesday. summer with relatives. a with the wonderful display of our f


John Dekle, of Lake Butler, was I f
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Ford top und back curtain for $10. \\
[attending to business in Starke Jlon- M. Leviton, Starke. -- MILLINERYEvery ,

day. Corporal Willie ITendry, of Camp :Mayor I.
'Messrs. Rufus: Tatum and Kawson Wheeler Saturday and Sunday A.l .'li-i.'klimd( - 8:.!
For cash only after June 1st. Quigley Davis, who ore employed in Jacksonville with his, parents spent Mr. and Mrs.: Jack 1 Furhlt'rm'n piece in our entire large collection is a

| Lumber and Supply Co. spent Sunday in Starke with Howe. Willie has made quite n military I ((Three to elect] ) triumph of beauty, taste and utility. We have ''

their home folks not yet ,1. I. Douglass\ . _. 7-1
!Messrs. Coo White and Chns. I :- record. (oa of young On man June 22mllM 1 J. W. .Janos-----------------it 1 combed the markets for the choicest styles and

iReasoly] of Jacksonville, spent Sun- I :Miss! :Mario Livingston has returned twenty! i bo years enlisted age.in the army for siyears > .1. K.: Slates\ 78 the best materials.

[day in Starke with relatives. from Gainesville, where she was anti was sent to guacd' the Mexican : 10'1.; Rivers . - .f&

In student at Miss Tebcau'a! school] during border. In 1917 ho spent a short J. II. Scarborough, .- U Our specialty is building hats to our custom:

:Mrs. L. E. Roberts is spending several the term just closed.] time nt homo and was then sent to I I lerk and .\..ne..'.i>r er's You MUST be before
] days in Hastings this week, the .. . 81 1 tastes. pleased we
/ ('ump'h..eer] where he has been in I <'hus. F. Rivers -
{guest/ of Mrs.! C. McCollum.: I Tho new arrivals rt Kn'ght'., Millinery ! training\ for the past year lIe is ), Tux Collector. I are satisfied.

are right up to the minute in in splendid health and makes a fine 1 S.. M. (Carver 2 tit titto
Mr. and lilts! Chesley Fogg\ antifamily headwear. See them looking soldier I 1\. K.: Proctor .- -. .IoI! YOU are cordially invited to our store and

[ of Graham, were visitors to !''T. P. -gistcr i 51 inspect the triumphs of Art here on display.Knight's .

[Starke Tuesday. I The B. Y. P. U. social] heretofore LAKK: WITI.KIl MartlullJ. \ I 1

''announced to be held! at the music GRADUATING; ) : KXEKCISKS. O. <'.>ni- . . - !
We are closing out line of Ladies room of the high school building this C. U. ]Hewitt .- 1 K

fund Childrens trimmed Hats. Stumps evening will be held at the home of (Continued Fro t Pago 1.) G.; V. !Phillips .. . -MNik'lil : MillinerySTARKE
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Mr.! and Mrs. J. :M. Tatum. :MarshalShelton I \
\V B. Alexander] of Hampton, was Toy Symphony hail been played by re- I Hall :M

{attending to business in Starke Mon- The Boy Scouts, accompanied by quest. L. U. :Moore! . . :MM. FLORIDA ) '

lay Scoutmaster T. 11. Hallignn, enjoyed The seven graduates were as! follows ]. : '1'. Tillis .u iiI : l

a stlat Kingsley\ Lake, going out on ] : I Denlli 1; nf :Mrs Susan P.:. Goodman: ))1 i }

Eli Futch, of Gainesville candidate Saturday afternoon and returning on J. E. Maincs, Ada Hl'ji..tf.'rVinn ie | :Mrs Susan E. Goodman: passed ,I \': '

for representative from Alachun Sunday afternoon. Townsend, Myrtle Collins, !Margaret\ last Thursday, May :U5lh.!; She ,
in Starke Saturday. ___ and Bessio Ken | away ,OJ
[county was i Noughry, Anna Lee, 1 t
was Kl:t years of age, horn in Westl'lorida f J
Try the cash system, you'll like it. nedy. The last named was the valedictorian ] but. ]had lived, in I Bradford: 4
Rufus Tatum came over from Jack- Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. while J. E. Maines was Btilutntorian comity\ 71 years, coming\ here] when "

Isonville to spend Sunday with his! parr '---' for the clas. The programwas .mite n child.! She marl'iI.,111', : :Mat 1"tJ
lents, Mr.! and Mrs. J. M. Tatum. .1. W. White "returned Friday from nil follows:
; who died during
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- Orlando[ He spent several days in.. Toy Symphony, Hewitt-Music\ Pupils. tin1" Civil war' Afterward she flat rrn'd $
Cash talksJune 1st. Quigley\ Lum- that city winding up the a If airs of his I hwol'ntion-Itev, S. I. Hendrix. ;Mr. Green It. Goodm.m.; Oct Uth.IS.s.'i. : ,

l''O and Supply Co. son. Ray White, now in the service of I The Firefly. Frim-liijt'h] School Orchestra I She was a faithful. member or

Uncle Sam, and in visiting friends. : the 1'I'imitilupU..1! church for the
Sergeant Will Wainright. of Camp Salutatory-J. F Maines. InM 10 Interment! was mm1! in
i 1 years. "
Johnston, was a visitor to Starke Sun- MssrH. T. J. Poppell, S. S. howling, Filings by the Class: l'eisimist-\nr-: : tin1 Kl/.y: Cemetery last Friday. Services Cash Talks "

day. U A. Green; and C. I). Gunn were in I Kiii-et\ Loughry.\ were conducted. by, Rev. S. SPructor.

Lake Butler Friday night attending\ ('Insl< ]Poem-Myrtle. Collins. She I leaves to mourn her
:Mrs.! A. :M. Darby has returned Waltz ( Faithful] and True) Mackiollcyer death one son, Mr. J. D. Goodman of ,
But-ler j "
home after brief visit with relatives School Orchestra.
a -High sisters Mra.Ouirity .
!Lake flutter and two ,
From this date---
fat New Smyrna. The Class/ History-Winnie Townsend Markey of Perry Fla., and

I There are plenty] of good curs on the The Prophecy' -Anna Lee ..MrMary: Helium, of Mnrtimlnle, 1
- If you go fishing, you need n little market but if you want the best call :March! (Soldier Boys), MackieBeyerHigh Texas. Mrs. Goodman had many
Tramping stove. Come in and let us at the Briscoe Sales & Service Com School Orchestra. We Sell for Cash '
friends. in Bradford county who mourn Only
[show you. Starke. Hardware Co. pany and buy n Kriscoe. Class Will-Ada Register. her death and extend their heartfelt
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:Mrs. Mary Weeks, of Jacksonville, Mrs. W. J. Kpperson is spending a Violin Valedictory Solo-, (Bessie Souvenir Kennedy.), Drdla-:Miss sympathy, to the bereaved! ones.
the home of her daughter few in Jacksonville a guest at
ill a guest at days Violet Parsons. Wilford Warren
| !Mra. G. C. Livingston. the home of her sister, Mrs. D. M.! Address-S. A. Draper. The death angel visited. the homeof Goods must fcc PAID FOR bcfcrc cr '.

Gornto. Starke friends of Mrs. Corn- Delivery of Diplomas.Just ] Mr. and[ Mrs. 1 It. II. Warren, of delivery. Nothing charged.
_ Raiford Epperson left Monday to I to will be pleased] to know that she is before Prof. Draper began his (hikes) I<'la.Iay: 2 ith, HI! !IH, and took upon r''
enter Massey's business college in recovering after a very serious illness. talk] he presented a five dollar gold their dear little Wilford to dwell!

Jacksonville. I piece to Miss Ada Register behalf with Jesus and the angels. He was
Hemstitching and.I Picot Edge Work of the Lake Butler Woman's Club for one year and live months old.Ie/ wart
_ Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson had as guests'last 10 cents per yard l for cotton goods; having made the most economical, a fuvoriito with nil who knew him ,
Sunday Mrs. Secber King and 13: cents per yard[ for chiffon, silk, ] Yours
most distinctive, simplest and most anti will he sadly missed. He was laidto SERVICE
Mrs. J. E. Maines of Lake Butler wool, etc. Enclose enough for postage.
I becoming graduating gown. The prize rest in the Dekle cemetery, Lakn
----- The Hemstitcher 204 University club ]last fall For r
had been offered by the ]Butler.: Funeral servieees were conducted -
. Eggs, 30 cents. per dozen at Cash Avenue, Gainesville, Fla. C-31-'tt: and all the girls of the class at first by. Rev. S. S. proctor. The parents .

I Department Store. II I I entered the contest but they finally have the sympathy of the entire
Mr. und, :Mrs. Burleigh and son, Austin !-
fell off three Ada Register Bessie ,
ot' to community
Mrs. Alva Smith and little son, of Tavares, spent SuniUy in the
Jacksonville visiting her mother, Kennedy and Myrtle Collins :Mr. Short :New Items
j Miss Margaret
I Mrs.\ Lacy Austin are city; with Burleigh.]their daughter They were on their- that]Draper the stated dresses on the were part so of nearly the Club the I \ little party of Luke Butler people OUIIilEY LUMBER MD JtTPLY I' CO "

way Massachusetts: where they will spent a very pleasant day at
The United Daughters of the Con- the summer. same that it was hard not to give each thington Springs I.'riday.I1Y: :li'J.Those : .
spend
afternoon of the girls the prize!: but this, of .
federacy will meet next Wednesday who enjoyed the picnic were.llesditmrs
Starke
at four o'clock at the resilience Keep this under your hat-you course, was impossible. Also stated I A. C. Strickland; ,. and ,
that each of the dresses cost ,
while
of Mrs W. L. Wall. never know where you are until you ,baby. ; T..1. Alderman.[ G. Ball
in actual material neither of them
try the cash system. Quigley] Lumber F Jo:. Bradley, and ;Misses Katie :Mart -
Call at the "riicoe Sales] & Service & Supply Co. could l have possibly been bought for '. Shelley Chitstnin, Mildruil ]Roberts, $
Company for demonstration of the ]less than $25. He also stated that if I r'Ii!; ra Hilton and Jessie :May! f'olsnti. ; -_ -_-. I

I Briscoe, the car with a "Half Million Miss: Kate Inman left Wednesday he were a young man out seeking Mi\! -isrs. John I'adlo.tt.lal\ / Maines: Fkrica.'I
whom h- might' make his wife he I
I Dollar <
Motor. morning for Monticello to spend sometime .Fiihn Langford Walter ('0"", Donald \
would before the three contes-
with her parents, Rev. and Mrs.C. pause I FMwurds: Walter Knight and Elmer;
Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and son, Laurie tant and look them over very carefully. -
I W. Inman. Little :Miss! Louise I Adkins./ t
left Thursday for Worthington Stewart accompanied :Miss Inman fora Mayor\ A. C. Strickland received a
[Springs, where they will spend a week I visit with her grandparents.Miss :Mr. Draper then said that as the letter from his brother, Oscar, whois .......................... I IJCS. "
|with friends. hour was late he would! not try to ore of Uncle Sam's, boys, stationedat :
make his address he had
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-- : Florence :Matthews left Tuesday Sheffield Ala., with the munitions :
well
and Gus Beasley, two talked few \
Charley but for a minutes upon Lake Butler .
visit Osrnr is old
for Tallahassee to pl'inr. nn
known young Starke men, have lately afternoon the "Mission. of America," stressing The mnn who knows about tho '
her sister :Miss Jeannette Matthews buy, well known and thought u gr..ntrI.'al f \
|] entered the employ of one of the and attend the commence- especially the work that must be done ) of by all. : ,Jlln iT'TH and the horrors of lire, it
|hipyards in Jacksonville.I to hy l the American people along] the .
ment exercises at the Florida Woman's :Miss (:race F'0J1l.I.. h.. was formerly : tl the I'nem -called almost daily tot
]lines of school] lie then
Improvement I u Lake Butler tencher. was a visit R. 4r ,. ,
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.1uut.reok/
American College. : " Ask any lireIM -
am handling the famous I stated that his connection with theLake She
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here week. at-
to
last dime
Tire guaranteed for :3,500 miles. Call I, Butler High School] had only II''' t : , I ill/out/ the advisability of I.emuireil

and let me Fhow you the line. R. Burrows are When satisfied you; buy when your you materials pay we you are few days before been severed by for. -Vmi-KntM---1 Injuries- (Julie Common :- 1. and he will tell you it is

| Starke._ satisfied. Let's all be happy' at once. mal resignation to take effect Immediately In u booklet p"1' :inh'-il by the Ae'nn 'p. r -' " it and Mufettt thing to do,
after the close;; of the school. He
cash Lumber and Supply '.11'.' Insurance '"., wifind the f"l.1 1'ii'
loss.
returned Pay Quigley 1t pr. _ Miss!I Louise Tomlinson] hag then presented the diplomas to tIe, "AMiihiMe ntntisticipr
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t after visit. Co. u ing item: : come to us and let us write f
| < her home in Atlanta a I class in an impressive and feeling < ve that lu-t yiir in the United/
with Mrs. J.P. Tomlinson, of this speech during which he told of his j O a policy in one of the reliable
I :Mrs. Katie Floyd, who hits spent the ,: ...tI>8 11,0<)OOKI, / / p.ydo received rinf.i'ul tja #
city past four months with her fath.11', : affection for his class. Injuries. Thi-i: must dnt" la-tt -. I in in we represent. The cost
Before the audience dismissed .
X. 1' Ritch, leaves today for her home was -I I/ht Injuri nut ''ITlclently wei.' 'im II.
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'11! .nI Mrs n. E Knijrht and chil- I Iclr. in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Mr*. I Mr.\ Padgett\ who was master of ceremonies '., require th" -I'ention" of a nurse, ' __- -. .

,ittendej the commencement ex- Floyd has many friends here who !I on this occasion, railed upon 'I P< 'pie] nhouM..' .be pr,-"pared[! to trt',i' i .,
er" ,ofhl' Lake Butler High' School J E. Maines, who presented Mr.\ Drap"r
'.. :' trust that she will he in Starke again ,1'i'ies, of th'J'" ehurneter th",", ..!1f . ,
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1 mnkini the most them. lie with v-ijee that f. V"T NSTARIrF J
amt mu.ins responed a Mid .. .
ejtrf'I'T 'or '
Friends here have received cnrdom It sfirnnn r' .
t .. . r-.n e tn ".,end. Try 'h.' ', hnnir" ,. i'"': m'ii.n rnlln a few well > I. .., rhe1"1' t.. J
the wfit
r-> :Miss! Jennnette :Matthews an- A' i to f < >
t '.m ii"l ,l-e convinced. Quip i hosen words thanked the lass for
h"r from the -A.I\:. fi-M :.V.
graduation
|1 T .vi I .., -,.,.d S-innly Co. ri unclntr their! taken of love end esteem pnins. c. r'"
for Women Tnllne rrJ" I
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-." on June' .th. Mi: !Matthews; i i- Town Election Pile Cured t' a to 14 Day

[ Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System "'pl.-'Ing ii four-year: cn'.rx" and The if"i elerti'ip, of ..ffit.r., had' i" .,r. ,. .. t -.,.

I The 6aer.OH.t'ntn.l startneral- .....l' trmvt1ienlnit< rrSI 'tonic- T8..l'. ll'i i n ith the i 01)I.r.i/ I a.i h. I n. r i I.. li\ .Itl.!. :MiJ'h.. r.'- ,v'.lf. | ,
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i . DON'T: WASTE FRUIT JUICES A WHEATLESS EGG-LAYING RATION BREED TilE SOWS AGAIN JUNE: 5 PROCLAIMED AS
t E, 't6rt" 6Fix v.a Yf a tYir+r91-Z I | AS REGISTRATION DAY r< VVSXNXXWWV c

+ ) t w COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS Sterilize and Bottle Them for Later I Raise Two Litters of Pigs This Year
1.. Jelly Making Wheat Ts not essential in an egg- | Grow Ample Feed. Washington May 20.-Upon approving 1

9,4y$4fv44'SJ*jVSVi3 D I laying ration, and excellent results j today the act of congress' Why

t Polk County The acreage in corn i The busy housewife often finds it can be secured by using corn and oatsas Favorable conditions in the South bringing under the army draft law all
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peanuts and I I inconvenient to make jelly during the a scratch mixture provided this is should induce the farmers to follow men attaining the age of 21 years
f cotton U larger cane, potatoes this year than ever be- rush of the canning season. For this fed with a good mash containing 25 the practice of having brood sows since the first registration day June Suffer?

fore.peas are good. reason, some of the fruit juices that per cent beef scrap says the Univer- produce two litters of pigs each year. G, 1917 President Wilson issued a
i I Prospects- would make excellent jelly are thrown iyta of Florida extension division. If Where the farmer has good stock proclamation formally fixing next Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al-

le The boll weevil is away or fruit that would yield good the wheat Is omitted from the ration, good pasture and will grow the necessary June 5 as the date for new eligibles to derson \V. Va., writes:

Baker County and: of the farmers juices for the purpose Is not fathered. this large percentage of beef scrapis roughage, the practice will appear before their local boards. "Mr daughter . juf.
in the some
M' : cotton and planting other Yet these juices can be saved for later essential, but at present prices beef prove profitable says the Universityof Male persons, whether citizens or fered terribly. She could

;, are plowing. up jfllymaking by sterilizing and bot- scrap Is one of the cheapest poultry Florida experimental station. not are required to register. Exemp- not turn In bed . the
'i; cropH.I tling them without sugar. This enables feeds considering its high protein Sows intended to farrow fall litters I tions under the original act, Includ- doctors gave; her and
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: I Several farmers the housewife to do with fewer jelly content. should be bred. not. later than. .the .last. ing men already in the military ser- we brought; her home to
Wakulla County:
I \ small hereof glasses and to distribute the work of Here Is a good ration: Scratch mix- of- June.- Those- that are in breeding vice, apply, and to these the new law die. She had
1 H, bave each agreed to buy a jelly making through the year. ture, 2 pounds cracked corn, 1 pound condition after weaning their spring adds ministerial and medical studentsnow suffered so
active
I sheep, and to take an restricted.part This method makes possible the oats; dry mash 3 pounds corn meal litter should be bred the first time pursuing their studies. much at . time.; HavIng
II'' in having the roving dog of of 1 pound beef Another mash! heard of Cardul we
; production a greater variety scrap. they come in heat. Sows that are The president's proclamation quotesthe
tf ----- jellied too, as juices which will not which is slightly cheaper than this thin and run down in condition after law and gives notice to all per- got It for her."

Taylor County: Farmers are busy i iI' jell can be put up when the fruit is one is made of 4 percent each bran weaning time should be fed a little sons subject to it in the states and the

Ir planting Spanish peanute. One dem- ripe and combined later with juices and middlings 25 percent of bee heavier for a few weeks before breeding District of Columbia to appear for registration

Barmuds that will jell says the University of crap, and 66 per cent corn meal. to insure a large litter in the fall. I on June 5, between the '

Florida Extension Division. The date of breeding should be recorded hours of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m. State CARDUI
inches in circumference. To put up unsugared frifh juices for I CORN CAREFULLY I so as to determine the date of governors and members of local

S jelly making proceed exactly as If farrow. The gestation period of a sow boards are called upon to performthe
it Alachua County: All cotton field Jelly were to be made at the time. There is a right way and a wrong is 112 to 115 days. The sows shouldbe duties already assigned to them.It .

f inspected show a promising infestation Cook the fruits until they are soft and way to cultivate corn, and when the watched closely to see if they come has been estimated that about '

s I of the boll weevil. Oats are strain out the juice through a flannel right way i is not used the crop will be in heat after the first breeding so that eight hundred thousand men fit for The Woman's Tonic /
i turning out well and peanuts are making bag Heat and pour while hot into injured Bays'the University of Fla. they can be rebred. The heat periodis active military service will be made'''

I a good stand. bottles previously scalded. Fill the extension division. Deep cultivationsafter every 21 days. available to the army by the next .'llIaf
----- bottles full leaving no air air space the plants have attained considerable After the sows are bred they should registration. Hereafter it is plannedto gan to Ifnprove Wd:1YS.lhebe. Mrs.

f Lake County: Anthracnose which between juice and cork. Place the filled size, are a part of the wrong be turned onto pasture and fed very have registrations oftener than one Cox continues: "and hJro :
r has developed in some watermelon sealed bottles on their sides in water way. This method breaks oft the little grain during the first part of year probably quarterly. trouble: at. . Cardal
l ) fields has been combatted with the near the boiling point and keep themin plant roots that would extend well the summer. Breeding stock must i cured her, and we sing

I." I bordeaux mixture spray. Some cotton the bath for about 30 minutes. into the middles to gather food and be kept hardy and healthy and to The call is for the farmer who can its praise everywhere.

: I had to be replanted. Make sure that the cork or sealed end to utilize moisture from the light accomplish this roughage must con- I handle a plow quite as much as for We sands ol similar a many thou-

--- i is under the hot water. As soon as rains. stitute a large part of the ration. the soldier who can handle a gun. letters
every year. telling of the
of the bottles are cool cover the cork Another fault in deep cultivations, Bermuda is
St. Johns County: On account grass a permanent pasture good Cardul has done for
.' I low prices for the crop and high with a para fin seal. Thorough ster- which may not be so pronounced on crop which will furnish excellent A rusty hoe is proof of lack of pa- women who Buffer from!
I, wages potato farmers will make lit ilization and sealing are absolutely sandy soils is that clods are turnedup summer feed for sows. Rape, cow- triotism. complaints so common to
) !( tie profit this year; many will lose. A essential to success. thus permitting air pockets to remain peas and sorghum are specially adapted their sex. It should dod
I greater acreage of beans, cowpeas and To'make jelly from the sterilized in the soil to dry it out. Deep to swine feeding. Their use will I.OU_ gxd:: too. Try
.t sweet potatoes is being urged. juice, test its jelly quality add the cultivation should never be practiced reduce the necessary grain ration to'' (:of 6ut E 77
;: t proper amount of sugar, and proceedas close to the plants after they are a 1 pound or less per hundredweight of FOOD WILL WIN

Bay County: A lumber company ins in making jelly from freshly expressed foot tall. sow during the grazing season whichis t

s i 1 J. the county is beginning to put their juice.I'.INTRIES Cultivating after heavy rains ia a a large saving in favor of pasture. R< -- good practice. To be most effective Plenty of shade and to 1
d I j good land under cultivation; 200 acres water space WAR.
the cultivating should be done as Boon exercise essentials fee the
+ already having been stocked with SHOULD BE FILLED are other Matrlmanv."The .
9 as the surface is dry enough to work production of strong healthy litters. ....**** "
It: purebred cattle and hogs. A cattle WITH HOME: CANNED GOODS.At J Mldee. II. C. Bunner's charm.
well. This
will reestablish the soil
I in. The sows can run together in the
; dipping vat is being put Ing romance of New York lifedashed ass
= .: mulch and prevent excessive evapora- same pasture within two or three I I
--- the clone of this season every off In a house In S..Vl"nI..nthstreet ;
:Mamilton County: Farmers have home pantry in Florida should be well tion.: weeks of the farrowing date. At this TIM (QuinIne That DIMS not :.rtet tile Head in order to provide Its author
If weeds are so large that light cul- time those that are due to farrow Brcauieot in tunic and laxatlvp effect. LAX A*
the in tilled with canned It is with funds "to get married
I caught spirit and are putting products. necessary ou.
tivations: will not uproot them the TIVK BKO.MO OUJN N H It betterthan ordinaryQuinine
be from and
should separated the herd
full six days a week to grow food and ; it is possible; it is patriotic; and does not cauae enroueoeM cot
hoe is the implement with which to placed in a separate lot, where they ringing In head. Remember full Dame and
feed Most in most instances it is economical.
crops. crops are looking dig them out. look for the aignature ol 8. w. caOVB. 30c.
: farrow their undisturbed.
good. Some cotton ground has been Since the Government commandeered can pigs
i, plowed up to plant corn and peanuts. 35 per cent of the factory output of Keep the sow on pasture if possible PO YOUR OWN \
tomatoes, 25 per cent of all other PLANT PUMPKINS IN CORN: and provide dry well-ventilated Well
quarters free from filth in which she Keeps Hogs
Gadxdcn County: One farmer has factory products, a call for a larger
an "air-tight" corn crib built so that army would create a demand for an'' Pumpkins planted in corn furnisha can farrow her pigs. Dr. Wllaon'a ::;nnY'w Kchlnor.removaa ofall CANNING. :i ti
and
stock feed. 6 (
cheap appetizing They
weevils may be readily killed. Last increased food supply. Let Florida the kinds wlilch afflict hofca.
f season 1200 bushels of corn in the housewives, from the abundant veget- should be planted in June putting a Cut worms and grasshoppers are It tone up, keeps In good condition WITH A

chuck in this crib was successfully able crop of this season, (fill the home pumpkin seed in about every sixth proving enemies to castor beans in'lorida. fead, hatter.In liquid fattening. form all and soluble saves. d I II ,

fumigated with only "0 pounds of carbon pantry and thus release thousands of hill. Pumpkins will affect but slightly ? I given In water every hog strongor
-,1 bisulphide. cans for such products as are annually the stand of corn and a large 1 1I I weak gets Its share.

brought to our State from other amount of fine stock feed can be raised II. G. HARDING & CO. Satisfaction Guaranteed
sections of the country, and that are says the University of Florida ex- I Used for yearn with unlfurn d
Suwannee County: All crops. are success. by practical hoB-ralm. ,
,? looking good except cotton. This staple now needed to help win the war. If etnsion division. Byron, Ga., April 11, 1917. old under money-back guaranteeof
crop is probably drawing its last any housewife is so situated that thisIs Pumpkins are relished! by cattle and Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., I I tor satisfaction.It. If he can't Ask supply your,druggist we wl'l
: breath us a money crop in this county not practical let her get in touch hogs. Fed, uncooked and with the Paducah Ky. end gallon prepaid for 13 00.
Reeds, they act as appetizer and Booklet free.
with County home demonstration an Gentlemen: I
Melons well but the your
are getting on I and make corrective of digestive troubles. Two I had herd of w..... Bamedf. Co..Bull Point, ria. end rtJutt thi hut coat ol Uuhi*.
crop will be delayed by reason of the I agent through her an arrangement cholera in my hogs
with club I and n half tons of raw pumpkins are and the B. A. .Leery.. home should haY.one l a child can lue-
cool spring weather. a canning girlto recently begun feeding .lull.0"".'.'. ill mil can FtuasVs.et..
I II fill the pantry from her garden.Let i. equal to a ton of coin silage for <* t.tie. Thomas' Hog Cholera Cure and stop- bles, ,C.m.otFi.h..The .

'' 1 Hamilton County: Cotton it still us live at home. Not only will pl'd losing my hogs at once. I was Caao Water Seal Steam Cuwtrli

f' 'being plowed up because of weevil in- I his release food needed elsewhere, losing from four to five each night until -: Akaolalel Safe.

festation. Corn and peanuts are now but will release cars that are needed :NO WEEVILS IN: 1 SILOS I began the use of this preparation. j\ h. .,'.n..d eonetrutliotl; melee It the net.
i.i, the leading crop! Irish potatoes to transport these supplies to the I raise about 200 head of hogs per i ....umIornt..'.n..d.on.'ruct.on.1....lIow." ,10 pas
for the soldiers in training ando The best way to preserve the mature and to be without .m.o. whIch .0 other "orwr
made a poor crop and prices were un- camps year never expect don I thus your producer 0'........1,
I 1 I" \ "lItl factory. Hardly any cholera in the ports for shipment abroad.If corn crop or to save one whith: your remedy. This Look Label For veauas.si at uft.s.newseol sesoa co.n.d.n... and ....,.. .Ulh. n.turalOp. .pp,'"

," thc county but hogs are plentiful. The anyone needs instruction in canning for any reason must be harvested before Yours very truly ....'.. in lieu the tlm. ...
J. peach crop is good. call on your County Home De- maturity, is to put it into the silo. 1I: HARDING & CO. 1o".d byeth.r ........."d at. f"--
k\, ----- monstration Agent. She la in your About 40 per cent of the total food For Said: oy J. V:. White & Son, of to taw lb.fuel.tonemteal.0n.omphO"" .....1.. :
Bradford County: The acreage of county to help those who need her material; in the corn plant is in the Starke. 5.35Follow >.. Can .b.ned.i.nkind hous.wd..1.' "'f'

j corn, peanuts and velvet beans has service. In many of the counties of stalks and leaves. When the farmer Awiy with DEADLY POISONSRftfCPRN stop, willlus.hl.ltm' ..

: 4 born materially increased as a result our State numbers of women are harvests only the ear he loses nearly your Irish Potatoes IsasIzatas.ars ..k
of the poor stand of cotton from the pledging themselves to fill a certain one-half of the crop; putting the crop ram sin

.i first planting. Much of the original I number of containers with vegetables into all.the silo he losses little or nothingat and other Trucking Crops KILLS RATS: MICE AND GOPHERS? Add... Bo.NumberSTARKE 1

: cotton acreage is being planted to before the season is over. Each house-
I wUh.
these crops und already farmers have : wife is urged to make the number I And then there is the corn weevil. I FOR SAU BY

begun to locate or buy pigs for fall consumed by her own household the !This pest destroys'thousands of bush- HARDWARECO.
,
and winter feeding. minimum number that she pledges. els of ear corn in Florida cribs every Cowpeas J. W. WIIITE & SON

--- Cunning classes for housewives, year. It works no damage to corn in I "The Central Store."

\ \ l Jackson County: Nine types of trac- where instruction and demonstrationin the siloIf the farmer is raising corn Chufas f I. STARKE FLORIDA. Starke, Fla.

tors were shown in a recent demon- canning in glass and tin by hot to fedd the beef or dairy herd he

I stratlon. Five of them were operated water and under steam pressure 'are should not throw away nearly half Sorgum -.
I easily by women. The county now being held. Wherever the women ofa the crop and then bet the other half \ ESTABLISHED 1888

I "ti has six tractors at work on farms, community desire such help they against this pest says the Universityof Cuban June Corn J. R. DAVIS & CO.
Florida
t and doubtless many more will be may get it from the County Home experiment station. It's abad

j brought in this year. Crops all over Demonstration Agent. A card, a letter bet even_if he wins.. Weevil proof INSURANCE'
"
I ,, the county are looking well; prospects or a phone call will put you in - Write for pricesSEMINOLE Firs
led
e..a..4..a. . Tomato .: !
are bright for record-breaking touch with her.MARGARET. Iiif,1I'n-nt''ti.,13blIIITPlala6lassSteam II oiler A.rglarfBeads(
.
e SEED CO.
,
yields. BURLEIGH.
STARKE. FLORIDA
STARKBFRATERNAL .
County Home Demonstration Agent, Gainesville Fla. _
S
DeSoto County: One farmer has Bradford County. DIRECTORY A .
*
I I ordered two hollow-tile silos; and has .
@> F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No. <.
I. cane and sorghum planted to put in
WET ERGS
SPOIL
'I thorn. The sileage will be fed to calves QUICKLY 35. Meets, every second and <*

taken from their range mothers The farmer who washes dirty eggs S.> fourth Monday nights rrr

j about November. This is a splendid before taking them to market is doingno I. O. O. F., May Lodge No. 10. .. iJ
practice with cattle Mothers
range favor. Water from YOU MAKE
one a removes Meets .. MONEYBut
.: every Tuesday night.
go: thru the winter in better conditionon the shell gelatinous covering which .

range without calves, and the cal- helps to keep air and germs out of the .< M. W. of A., Starke Camp. m
\ea arc growing on the silage ration.
inside of the egg. Once this covering Meets every first and third Wednesday *
is removed by washing or rain which *
Thounty;; nights. <*>
home
'I and
Clay County:
gets to eggs in the nest germs and 9 9 Do YouSAVE
demonstration in
co-operated
agents
molds find ready access to the contents *
established W. O. W., All Friends Camp *
getting community canner -
take of and spoil the eggs. to care surplus vege
; The University of Florida extension 9 fourth Friday nights. *
tables. A the
y lumber company gave division recommends that plenty of IT?
in the
lumber and
necessary persons
rican sheltered nests be provided for *
Union
Chapel Camp No. *
sufficient 538
community made up a sum
the laying hens and that the dirty *>
II to buy the equipment. The meet every first and third Fridny
a f canner was built necessary on the school grounds. eggs be used at home. If clean nests II'" nights: at Union Chapel. J. A. Ellington *
are well placed the hen will have little >
h for the public, and they are makinguse Cleric R. No. 1, Starke. 4
occasion to "hide her nest" in some '*
The time
of it. grass plot where dew rain dirt and I. Visiting brother are may come when you will wish you. had some of the
68.)0.000.000 cordially
--- --
QUARTS sun can work together to spoil the invited to attend these meetings. money you are frittering away today.

.;, CANNED: LAST YEAR. eggs. 9 It is to if but make
easy
save you
up mind
your
---- -- t. 4449494..44-.9 to do so.
I Girls' canning clubs in the United GROW FOKAGE CROPS Make the start NOW by opening an account with us.
... To Cur. Cola .In OM.
States put up a total of 14.6&0.181 a Day.
containers of fruit and vegetables\ Sorghum, millets, Cowpeas and vel- Take LAXATtVR BROMO Quinine' It Ito!>.the)

during 1917. Counting the canning vet beans are the forage crops best Couch['ru' gl.end tt refund lleadncb money and If work.II *f.oft lln the to Cold.cur.
done by the organized women's clubs suited for summer planting, says the 'i. W. tORO\'" .'-..<...mon each box. >...

I and through the homedemonstrationagents University of Florida experiment sta "Upon the farmer rests in large
I the total canned product is tion. The transportation problem Is measure the final responsibility of BANK OF STARKEState
estimated at 850000.000 quarts witha a highly important one. For this rea- winning the war."
value of about $140.000,000 and this! son it i8 desirable that Florida farm- -

does not Include the products dried ers grow sufficient hay to feed their Chamberlain's Tablets
and salted for home uic. farm animals instead of importing it People everywhere speak well of County and City Depository
from other sections of
the .
------+-- --- country.By Chamberlain's Tablets. If you are
Sow beggarweed in corn In early doing this they will relieve pressure troubled with indigestion or constipation STARKE FLA.

June if you wish a good stand of this on transportation agencies and give them a trial. You are certain ,
feed crop. Eight to 12 pounds. of seed release large quantities of marketable to be greatly benefiitted by them. II'
r per acre will be enough. hay for the use of the army. I'-Adv. 6-3-51.

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FRIDAY, MAY 31. 1918 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN



NOTICE. Taus r Tries A C t J..I ,;

Notice .I. h."b" given th.t the "llowlmr d,...nbrf l.nd. will be .old at public auction DESCRIPTION s.-. T. R A. OWNER .. DESCRIPTION I'.a T B. A. l/W7E R Co*I* :'!I"
Ion th. Flat MONDAY IN JULY It118. It b.lK{ the lit cia,. of aid month' before the 2 J"", .rtnouo door at SI.rke. in Bradford County State of Florida, or .o much thereof a will Lot 34 In Woodlawn _________-_______ 10 6 t2 10 Unknown. __ _________ 2 "I and Slark public road A: ... ..a I
be n...*.*." to pay the amount due for tax... .et OPI".I.h.. tame, together with the* ant !NWt4 of NE',, A NEVt of NWV,__,- 12: 6 U 80 (.*.n. B Starling .. .._. run W along old St 4.10: ft to 1 !
of ucb *al. and advertl.ing.DESCRIPTION. SW', of NEk, A SEVt: of NWVt A land formerly owned by N D Hoita.man I
SWVi of SEt, ______ _- n___ 12 v 22 120 Unknown ____ __ __ ___. 23.' thence N along Bald land KIO(
_. .! NE a W f __ ._ ___...
Taxej N 01 BK ofI SE" 44 W L o II, inencv "heeler.8 0 [t .'W I
s,... T. R. A. OWNER A SEV, of NEV, A S 8-4 of SWV, of road b thrnr* road to beg In Trnvpie "

:-a;;', of SW'_ __ _._ .n -00-_ 2114 40 A J Wilklmwn, __nn' ConU 4.41 NW', of NVs of SU", of SWVi of '* .uh-dlv 2V| a--------------- 23 4 82 S Joo Burros .. .. ____.... 925 t F'Skrg
| Lot I or N'-. ofWy--____ 80 4'1I William* .. "_______ 707 SWV, A W', of SKVi of SWVi aNE'aofSEVofSWV.aw'of at NW cur of SW', of SWV. A y '
FEK; of BE',i --_n ___________ ____.___ 19 4 20 10Gce B Fletcher Tnuite. __ 707 : 4 ran S 70 ydn E 140 yd. N 70 ,.....
[ Lot 1 and 5V, of Lot 6________?__?__ 111 4 20 80 Unknown.. __ __ SE', of SEX' 8V* of NE'.. of WI4 yd. to pt of beg.___ .._--__ 23 6 U a Eugrne Cot __ ____ ____ 66a
_.._ _
100W of NEVi ________ _____.,_____ 20 4 20 40 Unknown) .. ___ p 89 BE'", -__ __.__ _-____ noo _- OM.___ 12 S 2% 130 Unknown u__ _t __ ... 67.17NE4 NVj of SEV, of SW', of SWV except
_
..14 of SWVt of RE'. of 8W,,, A SEV, 21 4 20 2 HO Unknown -- u 2978 404 J ; of NEV ex. H A. In NE C>r. A W IV .. --'1 a .n _ ----- 22 6 22 4 Sam Barn, __ __ __ ____ 5 M5
I NEV of SVi of NW' A SI1o.: ..______.. 23 4 20 600 Unknown -. n " "-- NWV, of NEVi ex. N 116 ft. W of W "L.. of N'v of SEVt of SWV of
| NWV. o' NW\.. ------ -------------__ 24 4 20 40 Unknown -- -?-.-.- 60.73 4'0' public road A S'-j of NEVt 8 44(1fu SW', - OOh.___ _--- 22 I 21 2 Polly Bailey -- -- 8.23
I WVi\ of NWVi of NVa of BW'., A SWVi -- -- 0000.--- of NEt! of NWV, A S 44Pft. E', of W 2 a. of S', of SEVi of SWVi ------ t I

of SWH _.______.nnn______ 26 4 20 200 Unknown ._ ___ of E'? of NWV, of NWVt A N of SW'------------------------- 22 4 22 1 Jim On..fy __ __ ________ tpo: t
.. .
FE' "f NE'4 a NW14.. of NEV4 a W'r.o -- n 18 .1 160 ft of Elv of SWV! of NWV, "N SWV of SKV, of 8EV4 nn __._ .___ 22 0 U 10 Ned. Wllli.m. __ .. __ 111M
SWVi of SEVi A E4 of SEVi---u 26 4 20 620 Unknown 160 ft of SE'", of NWV ... iota N'.j of SKVt of NWV, u_,,_____.___ 13Nv 6 12 10 W. (1 W.n! __ __ ?____ .88
[ All eieept SWVt of SE'n___. 27 4 20 600 Unknown -.-. u ------- 4744 6is"Lot cold in plat In NEVi_________--__ S6 5 21 188 W Ellen Dade __ __ ...- 2901 :., of NKV, of SEVt __-_____._____ 23NEV 6 I 21 10 J R Starling __ __ _____ 1114 .
S _____----______-______-----_--- 81 4 20 4'1 Unknown .. .---:::: : lot 6. 6. 9, 10, II. 12 in Wood lawn ____ 13 8 M 60 Unknown ____ .. .. u__ 11.96 nf NWVi of SWV, --...... ..--- 21 6 2t 10 Swallows ILpkin.----- a71 \ "
All ---- ------ 82 4 20 882 -- -- .... 6.42 Lot 15 In Woodlawn 00 ________ ____.. 14 6 2> 10 J S Starling u__ ______ 480 NE'. of SK'. ______ n __ __ ___?-_,_ 25NWl' It jl2 10 Unkno..n __ __ ___ 1168 y .
NEV4 -;;'NE4i a wa i4"W-- Unknown _. .. ._ __ __ 7{.27 Lot 28 {In Woodlawn ____00 ___________ 14 Il 10 Unknown __.. .. .- ____ 288 \, o' SWV, of NEVi _____ 00._.. _2T I IIJ 10 Kit Willi..... __ .. ___n 7." 5"14;
of SE'i W I4 of Lot 2.....__ 13 4 20 231 Unknown lot 69 In Woodlawn ___. ____.___..__ 16 I 21 10 Herman Shaw. ____ .... 430 Coin .' NE ( or of W', of NWVi, rl 1\ ,
I NEW a EV4 .f NWVi A NWVi of NWV4 -- -- -- ---- 2141 Lot 60 In Woodlawn n._ ____00._____ 16 8 21 10 J Sherman' 0000 .. ___ 2...H HV of NE'". A r>m W It'l ft '<> a
I A SV4\ of SWVi\ of NWVi .__ 84 4 20 SOO Unknown Lot 21. 28 in Woodlawn ______.____. 16 a 22 20 Unknown ___. .. .. __.. 428 |I.t of "beg thence S 245 ft W 100 ft \
NEVi of NEVi WVJ! of NEVi WV4 .. .. .. ----. 2768 Lou 42, 66 In Woodlawn --______--__ 17 II 22 20 Unknown ____ .. -. ___. 428 N !46 ft E lOll ft to "M.1----- _u 28 6 22 Richard Reynold .... __ B.20 ;
A LoU 1. 2 -. Sg 4 20 587 Lot 35 in Woodlawn __--________--__ 18 I 22 10 T II Hamby -- __ __._.. 2.8 HM Cum on N line of NWV, of SEV, onE
All . _-_ 18 4 21 Unknown .. .. ..__.... 6882 Lot 13 In Woodlawn ____00 __________ 18 I 10 w S Tarbon ____ __'''_ 2.8S nldf of Church St. A run S on t 'I
640
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NE K.NEVL- ;-- SvYNWVi !! o"t NE4- ,'ijit W R Allen Sr.--__ 63 85 Iota IK, 17 In Woodlawn _____________. 19 5 22 20 Arthur gown __00 oo. ._ 8.73 cud Ml 70 ft K210ftN70ftW :I

8% .. 20 4 21 620 W R E1-' of Lot 3.1 ex 200 ft .q. In NK Cor 210 ft to "beg __ __ __ _- .__ .-_ __ 28 6 li Euuvne Onann .. .. __ __ 2.61 .
I Allen Sr. 6235 for church in Woodlawn ._ ______ 20 6 22 STB llmny __ __ __ I.45: .
NW\. of NEVi N\, of NWVi. 20 21 120 J p 00 ? ? ? Coin .l SE ((Or of SW Vt of SW 4 A run
8'10 of SW% 21 4 21 BO W Sap 12.u 2 a. In NE Cor of NKV. of 8WV,____ 22 6 82 2 F M Ilnidlry 00 __n_-__ 13 H W 7V9 ft N il>5 ft, NK 608 ft. K. 206
of SWV4 R Allen. 8r. ___n_? 8.8D Lot[ 47 in Lawtey R of Ry____________ 24 6 22 Amelia Hawklna .. _____ 4.80 ft thence E. 174 ft. H 912 ft to .beg I
fo/1o., of NWV, 21HE'i mNWVi 4 4 21 21 80 J p Sapp ..__..________ 8.811 Lot Clfc In Lawtey, E of Ry_____._..__. 24 6 22 Chaa Parker .._ ._ nh, 288 Ahm certain land H of Mr II MSparkman
of NEVi A EV4 of NWVi NEVt 40 Walter D Sapp 6.8& Lot 6 In Ott'. Sub>lv. of E Lawtey._ 24 6 22 Chas Parker _____ ___-. 2 8H A W of Ry In tlliof:

1 ofSWVi A W', of 8E'/4.__ 23 4 21 240 Mr Lot H In Ott'. Sub-l>lv. of E LwU-y.. 24 6 22 Mm E J Dlnkln __.___ 238 SWV 00 ____ ___ .._ ___00 ___ ..._ 28 6 22 1Mr.. E F John .. .....- 28782t ,1
N'-a of NEVI A W'.j A SWV, of SEI< Ann W Sapp 32.60 Lot 13, 14, 15 Otfi Sub-DIv of K Law LoU I9 of Bib 8 la Stark ____un_ J 8 Kite ? .__.?____ 1\ t
A EV& of SEa.o 29 21 try __.___-- ___.o _____- __n.__ 24 6 22 Mary MeRill .. .___..... RM I I....* I, 11.\ 8 of Hilt 10 In Starke Mr A Floren .. ......__ IB 78 ) ( .
W
J20 R Allen Sr 82.SS NWV of of 25 6 22 1* Korent Sober-"
BWH ISO Jennie
SE'i Mamie
l-ol 8 of Hlk 16 In Stark.-- Hoffman
------- __ 1195
NVi All -A Ey of SWi a SE'N ____ 81 80 4 4 21 21 W R Allen Sr. 6/ 88on SW'i of NE'., of 8WV,-::::::::::::: 25 6 22 10 Unknown 430 S 24V, fft of Lot 4 A N lOVj ft of Lot
wt.--------------------------------? 82 4 21 Vnknnwn -. _ 6604 N'<" of NE'i of NE'4 of SKVi: _______ 26 6 23 t Buf... McRae ? 2.3H B of Hilt 20 In Starke . I>r N IV Francla __u .... 85.25 \ '" .
[ All ___ 20 820 W R Allen Sr--------- 80 Id W 6 a. of NI of NWV. of NWVi..._ 26 6 U I T L (:urrry .. __00 __._ 43ft Silt 81 In Stark a* extended on Stu,'. .4\ .
4
All . 21 22 640 R L Black A Co?____-- 63 \18 W 2 a. of WU of NW'4 of SEVi of Map -_' -_. __ --__ _- ____00 S II I Tenmark .. .. ..__ 46.79
| All - -- 23 4 22 640 R L mack A Co_______ 61 f6 NEVi ________ n____ _00 ___ _____ 211 6 12 2 A T Paul _. .. ______._ IBS Lots 5, 7 of Hlk 22 In Stark. -________ Mr II F fhllllp -- ..__ 11.96
------- - 4 22 640 R L Black A Co.____n_ 6186 Com. at SW Cor. of SWVI of SEVi A lot 7 of Blk 11 In L T A Co Add t*> I I '
(
] All except" SEo SE'i _______ 29 4 22 640
------- R L Y leek I
All I ** A Co '_ 6492 run E on See. IIn. 410 ft.0 a p,. .--_ __-_ _- _--- -- J.. Lane __ .. ________ lUll
4 22
NK of -NEV"iiw}, of N r.-Wij 640, R L Black A Co ____?_. 67.SI of beginningthenr. N 660 ft E 198 Lot 6 ofeBlk 11 In L T A Co Add to '

ft., S 660 ft. W 198 ft, to .......____ 26 I 22 8 J.. W William __ __._ 6.20 Stark ._ _... --_. Owen Gardener I -- -- --._ 10.34 'i '
I of f NWV4: .-. 26 4 22 280 R L Black A Co 18 T6 Lot 3.1 in Woodlawn _-_00 ______.______ 29 I 22 10 Unknown. .. -. _____on 211 aV u 6, 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 of Blk 81 In L T '
I SEVi NEU. 26 4 22 40 Nero Rawl ____ 495 Let II\ In Woodlawn -----------------2$ II 22 10 Unknown .- .- .. --_... S.76 A Co Add to Stark ----- .------- J J Thom.* 4.10
I All All except- -- -SB---'4 -of---SE'---"- -- 28 27 4 4 22 22 "100 40 R R L L Black Black A G-CO63'2'87 01 Lot 29, 26 Wr Woodlawn ______00 ____ 29 II 22 20 W L John ______n____ 6.42 Lot 4 of Blk 1 In L T A: Co flub Div.lx John Parker .-. _. _. _.__ 4 80 '

WH of SWVi A 8EV of 8W3iW4 A W', of Lot 61 A SU, of Lot 68 InWoodlawn >u 8, 4 of Hlk 6 In L T A Co Sub Div.' Note fox .. __ ......__ 4.30 I
N\02\ of A of SEV _00 _____ ____ __nn 80 6 12 10 M V Rale* __ __ -__,-_ 2 41 Iota 12 of Hilt 28 In L T A Co Sub Div Clifford Juhn.on .. ._ ___
SEVi NEV4 28 4 22 4 30
}, ..- 560 R L Black A ,.CO. _.______ 8682 SEU of NEV of 8WV 00 ____________ 85 II 22 10 A J Poe 4..10 loUt 4 of lllk 32 In L T A Co Sub Div Edna Jckon -'AN
All -i. 20 4 22 640 R L Black A ..... 63.9H of NEV of NWV ___ ._ ___ __ 86 II 22: 10 Jen Surtala .
of NE'4 A E'-i of BE''" A all W',4! ----- NEW 4 80 W VJ| ..f Sill 8.1 In L T A Co Sub Div K M Elleraon ._ .. ______ II Vft
IEV4 Com 70 yd.* W of NE Cor. of NE'4 of S"j of lllk 86 In L T A C 0 8Mb I>lw.. Bd Raney .. ___ __ 2 3H
of River _____
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of "
NEVi 80 4 22 "
::_ ? 200 R L Black" Co ___h___ 2080 run S 70 *a"w ss raN Hlk 86 In L T A Co Sub Div____.__... R M Kllennn .. __._____ LINK28M
NE1,4 of"NEW--V8E"yV..V.V.V--IIIIII? 82 4 22 180 R L Black A COn____ 1481 roE i."E 86 yd to pU of be*---:-- I 6 18 J 0 Franck _00 _________ ( 86to lots 3, 4 of Hlk 40 In I. T A Co Sub Die Hilly llrown .. .. .___ __ { '
[ NH o -_ 83 4 22 840 R L Black A Co______._ 41.84 E><" of SWV of SWV _______._____.._ 9 6 1H Wm 1'rir -___ .. ___00 4.94 Lot 3 of Hlk 41 In L T A Co Sub Div.. Jaa E: Franklin _. .1__ .8428H ..yv
of _____ ____
( All exerpU NEV4 NWV4? 8i 22 800 R L Black" Co_______ 6944 SW, of NEVi.. NW% of BBVj\ 11 116 8)0 I.hnm Thomas __.. n_. V.48 loOt 2 of lllk 42 In I. T A Co Sub Div Julia taMlwin __ 00 __
1 INS A SW A EH.of SEVt- 85 4 22 880 R L Black Co ?_h___ .485 WU, of NE'4 of NEVi A NWVi of NEVi lot 3 of Hlk 42 In L T A Co Sub Div Jullua huller __ 00 __n.__ 2.1H li p.
WV4\ of 8EVS 88 4 22 80 E L Taditett ----.---- 1004 A NVii of SW4 of NEVi_________ IT 1 ISS'j M R W William .. .. ____ 11.28\ WM of Silk 41 In L T A Co Sub Div. J.... Johiuoa (ool) ..., 5.16
,
NV' of NWVi ---- --- ------------- 86 4 22 80 R L Black JO'04
A Co of RW4\ of NEV A NWVt of SEVi\ Iota I. 4 or SVj, of Blk 44 IL T A Co
1 SJ.w of NEV. A Sof" NWVi\ S'Aa88 4 22 460 Mr. Carrie B Starli ;rn--- 69 44 A SWVi 17 16 80 Martin I Malphua 12.72 Sub Iliv : _ _ : _ J J Aanina __ ......__ + I
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-- -- -- -- 460
SWVi of 6F'4a BE'4 of SW';.. 10 B 18 80 W W Chlaholm Fit .... 12.42 FE 4 /jl\4m--'u_____-:::::::::: 18 :* 18 40 llurk William* _. .::_=:. 498 Lot 2, 8 4 of lllk I 46 In L T A Co Sub x ,

WVi of NWVi A S UVa of SWVt! of 8E'.. of NEV4 A NE'/i! of NEVi of SE I... 21 8 ID 60 I. R Graham _00_ _____ 704 Div :__.__ ____ ______ ____________ LIvlngMon Tmby Co...-_ 229 '
NW--------------------------- 5 18 M J L Harden ... I.7J NEVi of NEV, ______________________ 25 6 ISEH 40 Unknown .. .. .._u... ( ,44 EVs of Hlk 47 In L T A Co Sub Div Unknown -- __ ._______ 621 i1
NE'4 of NEVi A 8 IS'" a of SE',. of of W U, of NE'4 .________.________ 28 I 18 40 Ellen Hunt .. ._ n____ *..7SH Sol I of lllk 48 In L T A Co Sub Div Raymond Jaekion ___ 6.21
NE'4 A EH of SW'i A RE'417 6 lA 29S J L Barden _____ __.__ S. ., SW', of NEVt A NW% of SEVi__ It 1 ISSWV Ellioorth Truat C<>. ____ 10.0.1 LoU 1, 2. 3. 4, of lllk 8 In Temple. Add
EV4 of EM of NWVi A E!" of SW%__ 20 6 18 480 J '. H "li-n .n 7227; of SWVt A W 210 ft. of BE'4 of to Stark ____ ... _-- _____-_00 __.. Alva n Radney _ .__ 1991
NW% of NWVi 21 6 18 40 J L Harden: 494 SW'4 ______ __.?- _____________ 1 I II 46 T L Willf. _--.__-_-- B42 LoU I. 2. 3. of lllk 27 In Temple': Add.
BWV of SEVi --. 25 6 ltlU J. C. Ca.nella ._ 8.42 SE'-, of SEVNV __u.nnn___ 2 8 Ie 40 T L Willl ________-_ ..__ B4J to Ktark. .._ _u .-_ _-__ ____n__ J 41! William _______"_ 6.61
814 of NE", ..____?__00 __ 84 6 18 SO W W Chiaholm Set ._ 12.42 of NEVi' of NEVi: ______________-_ 11\ 8 Iii 10 T I. Wllll ___ __ __n_- 206 LoU 4. 6. 9, II In Kl.lng'. Ad.l...
SEW of NEVi .-. 811SWVi 6 18 40 E P Dlckl 6:42: N'. of NW'4 of NW;. __--___ ..___-- 12 8 19 10 T L Wllll. _u__ ______ 196 Stark ___. ____ __ __ __ ____OM. Mr Tvrrvua. Lt-vlum _.? ..80 I''
of SWVi\ 6 6 18 40 Unknown .. .. 707 SE'. of SEV4 00 ______ __hn_____ 12 8 19 40 Kmi'lm Lumber, Co __ ___ 405 Lot I of Hlk 5In- I'eek' Add to
I SEV, of SW'4 A SW-4 of SEVi. 24 6 19 SO I, M Stoke. ...00 nn_ 13 81 SU. ,, of SE'-------------------------- 21 6 19 80 A I- Duke. _______n___ 12 04 Slark. n. ___00 ____ ._________ Viola ItMutaraon .. ....__ 1.la
[ lot 1 A all NEVi of SEV4 N. of Ry..__ 25 { 19 110 W S Bryant __nn______ 1887 SWI,, ___n_ _h_ ___u___ nh____ 21 6 19 ItO Khlplty, Roan A Co _____ 3103 lx>u 8, ". 10 of Blk I In Wynn' Add li'i
I 1 SWV4 of NE'4 A NE<4 A NEV4 of SWVi 85 ( 111 80 Unknown -... 10.87 NW'. of NE'i A B a. In NW Cur. of Stark ___ __ ____ ___ ____ ______ el M Spencer .- ......__ 2.6H r ,
WyyofSWV.ofNE4aW'9aNW',. SWV of NEVi _________hU_____ 23 8 19 45 li J Thorn ..__ ._ ____ B26 ..0'1 I Lot A. It. C, I) of lllk 2 Wynn'. 12' I ,III ,
of SEVi lees> 10 a. In 8E nor A NEVi E', of NWVi S>4 of NWVi\ of NW V4 Add to Stark ____ _0 __ __u ___ Dr Ida J Illertierger .. __ 2.6H
of SEVi ._____-.___n_______ 1 C 20 410 Unknown __ .. ______00 41.74 SWl, of NW'4 _n_____________ 43 8 19 140 Unknown __ -_ ______- 11.71 Lute I. 2. 6. 7. 10 of Hlk 2 In Davl A of''
iNWVi of SWL, A SWV4 of SE 4_-___ 2 6 20 80 Unknown -. .. ____.____ 839 Ben 140 yd* S of NE Cor of NEVi of Truly Add to Stark ______ .___u_, Unknown -_ .. .__...__ 80 OH
EL, of NE'4' A NW'4 of NEVi A NEVi NW', A run S 140 yd l.W 210 yd Ono lot in Stark I 1111 ft N A S x 210 ft

of NW% of S"j' of SWV4_. 2 6 20 240 VnVnovn\ ____ 00 ______00 St 67I N 140 yd. K 210 yd* to ben_______ 28 8 19 6 Unknown ____ ____ _____. 2.71 K a W, bounded' K by Walnut St .
W'Aa of NEVi of NEs' A SE'4 of NEVi SE' of SEVi' ________ ________00 _____. 26 II 18 40 J K Kilted _____n______ 196On. N liy, J R Davl, W by land ofI (
A WV of NE',. A W'j A W>.. of a. In .SE Cor of NEV, of SWVt.-- 2H 6 19 1 .IvHHa Aaron .n__. ____ 211 I. II....". S by Blk C of Jon. Add

SEVi N\ NK'i nf SE"'i-- --- 8 B 20 670 Unkncv. C2 All SV.J of NE N of Kiver.________. 82 6 19 eo Thomas Lamb .... ..____ 16. < I In Ht.rhu _-u__ -.--- 28 U Iir. N W Franc _______ 8U Oft i
[ Nw, of A NEV4 of NWV!4 .. WVi 8WV4\ of NE'. _____________.________ 88 6 19 40 Unknown .- .. h____ 5721SMi On. lot com 105 ft H of SW Cur of
of NWl ____________________?_- 4 8 20 160 Unknown .. .. n______ 1683 Lute 11.\ 14 of Bib 1 In En.,'. survey Madl.on. A Myrtle Sla.. A run W 106 ft.
N'-W of NVi of SW'., a N'.. of SEVi._ B B 20 486 Unkni.i ., .- .. 4'MB of Worthington SnrinR __.___.... 28 6 19 F N And.wa __ __ ____ 2.41 N 106 ft. K 106 ft N 106 ft.0 "begin r
[ Iota I. 2 A NVj\ of Lot 8 S 20 20O' Unknown __ .. ..__-___. CC 10 Lot I of Blk of Patton aurvey. of I (;,u klna Add to Stark --- _00 29 8 22 r>r Curtl Smith .. ..__ 212
IE'4' of NE'4 A NWVi of SE% n__.__ 8 8 20 120 Unknown .... .. ..... 11.22 Worthington Sprinu ___... _u_ .. R R L Duke -_________ 13.98 The 8)) IM a. of the follow ng deaertb- I
E..-, of NE'4' A SW',, of 8W>4 A E.." All triangular lot embracing Hotel and ed Und to-wlt : 11..1 |,t 210 ft iyk

of SW'4 A NWVi of SE',.. 9 5 20 240 Unknown .. .. .____..... 24.67 ground according' to 1'atton'a aur 8 of NW Cur of NWVi of SE'4' A I
I SE'4\ of NE'.. A NW'. of NE% A: vcy of Worthington Sprnjr-! .._.. 11If'm. a Lomb __ u__ 84 18 run S 7 811-100\ \ rh*. E H Hl-ltlil. ch. '
NE'.. of NWU A W'X of NWV.\< A Lot 6, 9. 7 oftilk 7. i'atton survey of N 7 89-100 ..... W H 80-100 ..h..0
W I,(, of SWVi SEVi except Lota l.2 Worthington Sprlnica ___. __...._ Thomu a lamb __ __n__ 2.eM beg In NWV, of HK'i' 29 6 22 Mr* Sail!* Malphun .. .. 3.UK MI1'
aub-div. __._ __ __00 ______...._.. 10 6 10 436 Unknown .. .. .- __00 __ 44 01 lot 1 of lllk II In Worthington Spring Thomu a Lamb u nn__ 2.11Lou LoU 1 I. 2 A E''-+ of Lot 3 In RE Cur I
SWt4 of NEV _._._______ 10 5 20 40 Unknown .. .. .. _____ 6.12E' R, 7 of Blk 11 in Worthington of NEV, of NKV, 2Mi a--------- 29 6 U 1\ t>r Ids, J 11.\1"' \ .ger .. ____ 221: 1 iV
of EVi of NWVt\< A SWVi of NWV4 Spring ------ .- n __n__ u-_____ Thomu a Lamb __ ____ 2.08 K 18 1-8 a. of SEVi of NK'i - 31 6 22 18 A'II|| Inroad .. .. __ 2.14 k? Iti
A SWV4 ___ .____ _-n__ _____-_-_ 11 B 20 600 Unknown -. .. __n.-_. 49.77 I Lola 6. 6 of Ulk 12 In Worthington Com 6 1-8 ch* W uf NE Cur of SWViofNK'i .. I
_'.. of NWVi SWl.\ A: Wfci of SW}. i Sprinira -- .- _.... Thurn" a Lamb m_____ 8.40 A run R 12', rhW 6 l-.l '
of SE'4 _____- ______-_____n__-_ 12 6 20 20 Unknown __ __ ._ ______ 80.8 Lola 10. II, 12.: 13 of Blk 13 In Wortbinuton elm, N 12'/. eh.. E 6 1.3 cha to beg
SV of 8WV4 of NW'i __nnnn_____ 12 B 20 20 Unknown ._ .. _.._-__ 4 80 Spring* ____ -___ ......._ Thomu a Lamb ____ ___ 2.4\ IV.., .. ._ _ n___ --__ --___ 81 6 tt 8 Pet Win .. __ __ ______ 0.20Caiwar
8'. of NWo',. --__--______-----_ B 20 80 Unknown .. _____.__ 9.66B Lola 1. 2 of lllk 14 in Worthington 3 a. com at SW Cur of NF.Vi or NWVi (,
(:Om. at SE cor. of Sec. 18 A run W on Spring __00 __ -___ ____ ___... ___ flee; I' Mum _.00 ______ 241I.ole A run N18 yd.B. lllk yd'*. R 176
Sec. line 86 chain. N 26-drgm. W. 6. 0 of Ulk 14 in Worthington ,.1.. W 115 yd. lo ....11. al... :2. a com

B eh*. II Ik*. to Ry right-of-way Spring ___h_ n______ __00 _. _n_ 7bomns A I.amb ____ ___ 2.011 liri ,.Ib-E of SW bur of NK''. of
thence E on .aid right-of-way 31 Lot 7 of Blk 14 In Worthlngtoa NW''a A run N lilt yd. .. K 70 yil*. ,1

ch. to Range line thence S on .aid Spring _00 ___ ______00 ...... .... W J MeC..rmf.k __ _.___ IJ H Ml) ,d.. W 70 yd. 'In beg __h_ 83 0 IA 0 MrPurhlim .. .. __ 5.''
line to beg.. In S'.j of SE',, S6 a-. 13 20 86 N W Horn _u___________ 11.64 lot I uf Ulk 16 in WorthinKtoti Norma" Un"noyn .6'---------- 1,12 Four a In HW Car of NE'4: of SEVi '
N>4 of NEVi N'!, of NWV' of SWVi Lola 6. 6 of lllk 16 In Worthington com .t HW Cor A run N 13.1: 1Jydi

of NWV ____ __ _hh____ n______ 14 B 20 20 Unknown .. .. .. _____ 20 60 I _--_, ,--- ? ____,__--_.. Thom. a Iamb 00------ 2.0K *. thenc Kn.lerly; 1 yd*, thence
NWVt of SW'4'! ex. 2 a. in 8W Cor____ 16 6 20EVa 89 David I* Coffin ____ __ __ 6.65 i Lot "rrlr.lii 19 In; Worthington 143 1-3 ..In ,. S of nld 40 y
of NEVi of NW !. A WVa of SE44of Spring ----00-. ._u____ ----.... Unknown __ __ __ ______ 1.1I thinre W to I". ..I.l o S 3 a. of K'/fc
I Lot 4 ofIlk 19n Worthington of NBV of HK'4:' __ __ ___ 82 6 22 7
NWV. & S' of SWVi of NWV 8. -- K W __ _-_ _-. t mi'
A NEVi of 8W% era 10 a. In SW I Spring ... _____ ---___-_ ---__... Unknown ____ __ __un 12.84 WV, of NW'i' of UK''., ruccpt about 110a fh.rm..n I'
Cor. A SEVi of SWVi ex. 6 a. la Lot I of Creel I Blk 21 in Worthington old diver" peraon _00 ?____ 8 6 II 10 John K .tone u__ ___. __ 181 ,
linlinown __ __________ 24\\ All H'/j! of REV E of Ry b a------_ 6 B _
Syringe .. .__
NE Cur------------------------- IS B 20 468 Unknown .. .. .. __ 47.B6 i ---- --- -------- -------- u Inkn..wn. +
E,," of NEV of SEV of NWVi _______- IS 6 20 B Ch.* C Burkhart ___00"___ 2.13 Lot 7 of Klk 23 in Worthington Spring N ilIuk... __ _n___ 405 Lot I of Blk I In Lincoln City______. O .. n __n .201 .
,
Wit of NWVI N\., of SWl-i 17 B 20 160 Unknown __ __ ..00 ______ 14.81 Lute 1N of lllk 26 In Worthington: Lute. 1. 2 of lllk 3 In Lincoln City___ <'hn* Klleraon: u __ ____ I 2-2
4 a. in NW Cor of NEVi of NWVi----\---beIng --- Spring ________ ___.un __...... Mm E Y Petty ________ 2.08 Lot. 8 of Blk 4 In Lincoln City_. _ (ratherln KntellfT __ u __ 1 2 f

420 ft. .11 __________________ IT BLot 20 4 R M Hero ,. ____________ 1.86 Lot I. 2. 3. 4. of Blk 21 la Worthiniiton: Lot I. 4, of Ilk 16 In L.ncoln City __ Unknown . __ _.____ 2
| ... ____.__ __-___ ___n_________ IS BW"4 20 84) Unknown -. .. -_______ '.&::1 Spring ________ __-_____ _____--_ Llvlnll.ton a Chmborlln 4.08 IxiU 1. 4. 6 of Blk 16 In Lincoln' City.. Anna Jone* ._ .. ___-__ 801
of Lot 9 except 6 a. In SE Cor.. 18 6 20 34 Samuel W Brown .. ____ 8 44 Lot 6, 8. of Blk 81 In Worthington NVfj of NWVt of NWVi ex 8 a. on
NEVi.. of NEVi _ ----___ _..___--___-- 20 G 20 40 Unknown .. .. _nn___ 615 Sprinm ___n___ _____... _____... II.. K 0 Mw.lry. ____ ____ 2.41 W end A Vt a. Vault Lot _--._-_-:__- 91 6 21 1 Mr* Y F John. _____.... I 42S ,
NWV of 8WV. ....________________. 21 SEV 20 49 Mn. W A Owen ______ 8.89 Lot 9, 10 of Blk (7 In Worthington 8 a In HW Cor of SWVi of NWVi W ,
of SEVi A NV.J of NW'', A SWViof n Sponge _____ n_ ___..... ........ Mm F. M Petty __.__00 '.84 of R, ___ ____ ._ -_____ a 6 2 King Chandler .. .. ____ 4 60
) NW'4 A S'" of SEVt of NWV. 21 BSWVi 20 220 Unknown .. .. ________ 2608 Lot 8 of Hlk 88 In Worthington Spring. Unknown _- __ ____ ____ 1.41 About 4 a. In SW Cor of NWV of
of REV _. 22 6 20 40 Mr Charlotte Coffin ____ 8.78 Lot 8 of Hilt 8M In Worthington Spring Afro E It Petty ________ 1.42 8W'4EofHra W9a.ofN'
NEVi of SWVi.. of NW'-t.nnnnnn A SW, A NV4 SS' ..f Lot 2 A all Lot S of Blk 89 in of SWVt of SWVi' except I ace for

of SEVi ex. lot lOot Blk 28 In Worthington Spring .... .- .. ___. Thom.. a lamb ._ __00 __ 9.03 church ____ _h 00 __ _ 8 0 22 10 Unknown .. .. ...... 834
NW'4 of NEV4 ?_ ______________ 22 5 20 444 Unkonwn __._ .. 72.16 Free l Lou or Block "D". "F". "O". Beg at NE Cr of NWVi of NE's i
8E<4 of SEV __--__. _----.--_____--__ 26 6 20 46 Unknown __ _. __ n___ 642 "H". in Worthington Spring.Thomu It lamb __ _____ 2.74Frae'I A run S 844Vi ft to a pt of beg i
NWVi of SWVi ______.____.. ____ 26 B 20 40 John r Coffin __ ______ 7 06 ItIkIt" in Worthington: thence W 818"l ft, S 307Vi ft K |
NWV of NE'4 A WVa A SVfc nn of SEVi 27 6 29EM 440 Unknown __ .. _._..___ 4411 Spring ______ 00 __ ____ ......___. T7t0m. It Lamb ________ 4.0' 6I6'<, ft. N imV, rt.0 beg--- 83 1 22 4 A J r.rifflaS ___ ___ ____ 1028
of NEVi. A SW> of NE'. A SVi of N'4 of LoU 4. 6, 6, A NVl\ of 8V4 Beg at NW Cor of SWV of NK'4 A 1

SWVi of. SE', .4__ __ _ ____.___ 28 5 20 860 Unknown .. ._ __ ____ 42.14 Lota 4. 6 __.____. ._-___ u .. .. 66 2* 180 T J o.kla ______ ______ n 6R run H 361"Mi ft. K SHI Mi ft. N 8613 Vi
-00 S'- uf Lot 3 A all Lot 4...____._____ 7 6 20 120 M. Charlotte COlfln ____ 12 12 ftW 81' r..0 beg_,__________ 1 1 S2 J R Turner __ ____ 811 /
________. 29 5 20 160 Virgil, Edward ._ __ __ __ 88.78 .
WV4 of 8FV A E'j of SWVi\ NEVI of NW% .00 ___ --___._-_____-- 12 6 20 40 Mlce 101. Coo..r. __ ______ 442 S", of NE'4! I*** 231 I*'IU.. I
Com. at NE Cor. of Blk 6 A run W 28 SHi of Lot 6 A NH of Lot 9________ 19 I 20 80 Unknown ____ __ ______ 910 In SE Cor, 8 H-ll a. A .. In NW
ft. lo a pt. of bo...., thence S 65 ft. N'.j' of SWV, of SE'4 _u___._______ 22 6 20 10 Hannah Wllllams------ Cor of NWVi of NKVt being 210
W 20 ft.. N 55 ft.. E 20 fL.0 bel(. .
in Town of Lake Butler __________ SO B 20 Mary A Ziegler _______ B.19 Lot 1 of Rlk 8 A LoU 2. 4, 6, of Blk K nf NW ('ti, 2 a. A' bWVi\ olNKV "
29 A LoU 2. 4, 6, 6. 10.12 of Blk SO .Ir.. 10 a. In SW ( or A .trip

SV4 ler of Lou_____16__,_17__of__ Blk____6__In__.Lake_____But-_.__ 80 B 20< Mm Battle B McDonald._ 19.91 A I.OU 2, 4. 6. of Blk 81. A Beg 22M at KW ft W(..f of K .... -22 NB-l". a.__ a 1 22 a N Alva En., __ __ ______ 20 83
Lot 2. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 ofHIk HW'4 of NE'4 A
All Lot Lot 46 of Blk
45 of Blk 17 A all
32 A Lot 12 Blk /3. A LoU 2. run K 711 f N 800 I W 571%
18 N of A. C. L. Ry. In Lake_ But-_ Mn. Rattle B McDonald.. 2.98 8, 4. li. 6. 7. 8, of Blk 44 A Lot ft. 8 beg. h _____ _____ 6S 2 10 W R Caney: .. .. ..______ 917
ler __________ ______ _____ ___ SO B 20
00 '
H of
of _
Com. 126 ft N of SE Cor of Blk 29 A 24 of Blk 45 A LoU 2. 8. 5. 6. 7. 8 1 a. SB'/, HWV .00 _00 __- 84KM I 2 16 Lonnli ".h.ro..n __ __ 1091
of HIk6 A LoU 1. 2. 3. 4 A: of SW4----------------------- 84NVj I 10 C L Oe141. ..._____ 42.90 I
N S 64 ft..E :1.
W 105 ft.
run 64 ft. .'r..'I I LoU 5. 6. A Lota 7. 8, 9, 10. of NW'4 of HK'4 A BKV4 NWVi

t lIkIB'.I.I(. !In_ MeKiney I _Reaerve 30 5 20 8 A Draper_ _._._ 20.61 11, 12 of Blk 47 A all Bib 65, 66 of SK'4: 34 6 22 80 Ja f John.nn .......... 17.82
- -- --- m. in New River ____ ____ __ ___ 23-24 6 20 Unknown .. .. ______ IIIMr NE',, of 8&'" except 5 a. aqua, In SB

LoU 24. 25 of Blk 3 McKlnney'_ ________Addor .__ 30 S 20 Lake Butler Ice A Elee Co 15.78 Lot 6 of Ilk 16 In New River________ 24 6 20 Kate M.mly __n____ 211 Cor. . . __ ___. .___ 66 8 K I. Gr171. _. _. ..-___ 18 89
Lak Butler
' New n SEVi' of SF.V _ __ _ ---___?_______. 27 4 20 40.: W Edwirda __._______ 8 42 5 a. tat In RE for of NE'4 of HE'4.. 34 8 Unknown .... ..____ 3 69
Iota 27. 28 of Blk 3 In McKlnney'. Add. D E _______ 1.(2 NW'/t of NWVi 00' ---nn__ 1 6 21 40 E W Creen .-------.---- 8.42 HV.J of HWV of SEVt ____-_- ,___,--___10 12 20 / A r.rler .. __n____._ 10 OH
New Lake Butler ..._ _..... 80 S 20 Knight
or .u '
n ; "f M4V.: ____ ____ _
NE'. of NEVi of SW', &E4a.of 1.11 u. .00 .__ 8 II 82 40 M Morrow ---1------ 02Iff

LoU 1of New Lake Blk 4 Butler In McKtnnry'____ ....___Addor __ SO B 26 Unknown .. .. .. ______ 4 58Mr S>4 of NW'of SEVi __-___.....- 1 1 II 14 Unknoyn .. __ __ ._ ____ Ill 1.: of NW'', ___ __ __ ____ 8 6 22 40 M nnle G,'Iwor .. __ 6'2 r
NWV of SW'-------------------- 6 21 41) Fmp re Lumber" Co _____- 6.73 '! of NW' of NVi of IW'4 .. 8 2 1211 r C 1.I'fla __ ___00___ 60 17
Lot. 1, 2 of Blk 13 in B. L. ..New.Mm''add NW'. of SWVi _ _n___-- ._.nu- 16 6 21 40 1C IKeltr.y ___ ._?.___ 643 H'/, i.f .;'., A KV4 of NWVi 84 S 100 .. .. __ ._____ 41 MKNWI
to Lake Butl..r.uu__ 80 B 20 V 0 Scarborough ____ 2.68Harry of !SWV A SWVi of SEV4--------. 29 6 21 120 r> n Warren .--______.__ 12.18 ',. of NWVi -- .__.__ --__h_ --_ NN 8 U 40 J A ('.I..m.n ._ ..._____ 11 02

Lot 11 N of Ry in T. E. Dekle's__ __*_ec__- St S 20 William _.___ 4 U I WVj( of NWVi ____.___ ___..________ 32 6 21 80 I) n Warren _____ __'_ ".72Unknown WVi of NKV of NWVt ______ ______ "1 6 22 20 R I. Illekey Nil
ond add to lake Butler n - i Lout, 2 A N 28 a. of Lot S_..________ IBVu 6 21 .. .. -. _.___ 11.78 of NE'10: 7 19 80 J W .. ___. ____ 87aNW'.4
4 a. In SW Cor of N'4 of Lot 4._______ SI B 20 4 Mr C A Kniiiht ( belr).. 438 _ furren.p
___ _ _
., nf SWl', of NW", A NWVt of h' h n 00 :2. 7 2U 110 Lean .. .. ____ 1.8
iota 9. 10. 11 i In Towiuend add to Lak __ __ 661 SWV ._. _-00 ____ ____ ____n__ 2 0 22 IM Stark Lumber. Co .. ... 122H All ,cpt NW'4 of NW/4 __ _ no I 7 10 600 H Wila", '
20 Tarvln .. I
31 B J C
814 Butler of Lot-8 __ ____--.___-___nn.. 81 6 10 40< T T rvkl .. .. _______. 069N'4 NWV, of NEVi of 8W'4 _______u___ 2 6 22 10 Rev 8 T Wolf __-___00 288 SU of of NI'I".'(, A of SE'4' of NWV .__ 7 20 1" II Shaw .- __________ U 6 f
u -- Wo. .14 NW'6 7
NE'. of NE'4 A S'4 of NKV A 8E 4 Hit w 1-lnhnl.ler .. ._.___ 2.
of NWt--------- 5NWVi 10 160 Unknown .. .. ________ ID 84 I
of NE'4 NVj of I' Lot
of SVi }, a. A BV4 of Lot 10
of A A
NWV NWVi
NWVt E'/j
__-- _ ._--_ --_- 84 CO Ito Unknown __ __ __________ 1884 of SW',, _n__ __._______________ 3 6 22 280 'hr Lumber To .. .- .. 8471 Lie. N 12 a. __00 .____ 7 7 20< /1'| Shaw Jr.. ..._____ 904
Com. at SW Cor of SWVi of SE'4 !SEV, of NEVt ____ 00 _- ______.u___ 4 6 22 44 '...rh Lumber Co __ _00 __ B 01) SV4 of Lot 4 ____._______ _______ ___ 7 40 I. Shaw _ .. ._____ S 42
run N 10 ch.. to Road thence SE Wl'. of SE'i of SEVi ._______..______ SPDV 6 Z2 20" ''n. I.u-.ton __ __ __ 214 N'. of lot 4 .._ .__ ._- -.7 7 K" 40 Vtnknnwn __ .. ...___ 442
along Bald mad 20Vi\ eh to S line nf NWVi ____00 ______________ 6NVj I 21 40 Unknown -. -- -- ...... 7 "7 I Two a. In 8K Cur of Lot II ..____._. 7 20 X Mr Annie Simmons __ __ 1.12 t
tf paid 40.. thence W on .aid line of NW', of NWVi __nu______ eEVI I. a 22 10 r.ra A Joyce ____________ 821 Com 20 ft W of B line of 8Wo of ..r ,
ID ch*. to beginning. ____.________ IT I II It W E Yarbrouffh .. .. ___. B.68Mr of NWVi of NWVi ______________ 10 6 22 80 Unknown ._ ._ ___n_____ 410 SW' on N .Id. of Ky r'lht' way
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( All NEVi of NWVi N .f A C L By. *. Florence Cobb Jl:1J: of WM, of SEV of NWV.. ._________10 6 22 It II n Ticker __ __ 00____ 23* I run N 27 ftW 200 f. 8 to Ry '
Com. at NW Cor of NEVi of 8Eta E' of SW',, of SE'4 _._____________ 11 $ 22 20 II H Spencer .. __ __n 2 7B right, of way thence E on .a d rightof
run 8 604 ft to a pt of bo'". thence W.,., of EM of NEV A EV4 of WVi way lo the pt of beg In 8WV of

K 210 ft. S 90 ft. W 76 ft. N8ft of NE'4 E'}. of NE>4 of SEVt.. 11 6 22 100 Unknown ____ _- __ ___- 1228 HW'4 -____ _._ -_ B 20 IDF Calney: -------e. 10.24
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W 36 (rt. N 82 ft to bee ____ IS I tt S W Tilll .. .- NWVi' of S E'4 ____00 _-00 __ -_n______ 12 6 22 40 L A Evan' 00. __ ___. 621 I Com 40U ft W of Y line of SW'4 ofHW'i '1'

Com at NE Cor of SWVi of NE'4 A WVi of NWVt of SWVi .________.___- 12NVl 6 22 20 Unknown __ __ ________ 276 on N . of Ky right' of 4 \
rat S 142 ft to a pt of beg thence af E'-i of SEVt of SWa EV& way A run N 351 ft. W 900 ft, 8 toRy t

W 113 ft. 868 ft.S133ft.N6R of &>., of SWVi of SEVi_.______? 12 4 22 20 Unknown __ __ nn_____ 806 right of way thence E on ald
ft to ben u______ _____--_-- IS B 21 Mr Lillian Jon. ______ 901 NWVi of NEV of IIW' __. ___00 ____ 14 0 22 10 Unknown _oo __ u _____. 474 I right of way to beg 3 a------... S I 1 W M I,., ____ __ ________ 494 f
Com at SW of land owned by C. B. Ca- E'of! NE' of NWV, A NE'4 of NEVi Lot 1or Blk I In Ward Cl'y: __ ___ \ W Ward ___- __._____ .'9I. t
Son A run S 61 ft. thence In an of SWVi _.. . _ nh_____ 14 6 22 20 Mr* Kva Rvton ____.. 111 Lot. 7, 10. II of Blk I In W.r City.. "nrn. Wart. __ ____ 1
e..'erly direction, 105 ft to SE Cor of WU, of EU", of SF.% of NWV4_.__.___ 14 S 22 10.J Ifomer Ivlnnlon ____ 4'6 Lot. I of Ilk 2 In Ward _o ____ Ward ._ __ _u_ .t
amid land thence In a westerly direct NM of NWV of HE'/' ___ _______ 14 0 tt 20 I'Mer F.norl.l __ ___..___ 14 41 (l.ot. 6. 7 Ilk 11 In Ward City ______ 9'Inrcna W.r.1 __ ______ 113 1
t<"n 105 ft to pt of beg in W'n of B88 SWV, of !SWV of NE'! "_00 ____ 14 6 22 10 Mn. Tell Carter ...... 4'0 Lot. S. H of 12 in Ward C ty .... W W Ward __ __ ______ I
SB" of NEVI ________ ____.n_____ 18 B 24 Lem Sapp .--. -. ------ RU, of liE>'; of SW't of NWVi ..____ 17 6 22 6 V ney .....1. -- _____. 4.10 Lu'H I I. 9 if lllk I In Ward City .___ F'Inrrnc Ward __ __ _____ I 1
Com ten l ft NW from center of Ry 8WV, of NE'i' _-_h_ __.00 ____00 __ '4'K' 0 22 40 Ranaom. Reynold' .. ___. 7 04 In 1 of lllk. II Ward City ________ W '' Ward' .n_ __ ______ .7 11
truck on V land line div. the SEV, of SWl,, _nn__ 00 __________ 18 1 22 441 Annie Reynold .. .. -_.. 8.42 !It t r,. V of Ilk 1in Ward Clt,...._. W W Ward _________ .
nf NE'4. thence N on mid line 42 On lot (A ) on E aide of th* 12 a. tractof I Lit. ; of .lilt in Ward City._____ __ -' . Ward .. _. _ .19
ft. thence E pr. with Ry 36 yd. land belonging to I'. C. Good I I.,'. I 1. .'.. 5. 6 of lllk 16 In Ward City._ W W Wart ._ u_._____ '.
tK.nre S rr with land I ne 42 ft win In NMi of NE' of HW'4. 'l.ol 'i of .Hlk 1 In WanClty -______. 4.lerrne Want __ __ __. .?
Intersecting. Ry land, thence W 85 bounded N by Wm Hall A S by Ul in. ,,f lllk 14 In Ward City -_ IC ____ __ 5114
Ode to pt of Imr. ...101 lands lylnvbetween .. NarahSenO __00 u _______ 21 6 22 1 Sarah Muck ._ u_______ 6,(4/ l.r.t II. 12 iif Ilk 14 In Ward City I 1..n __ n I
Ry depot A land Mild 1 to E Com at NW Cor of land owned by l I '. II. Ilk 19 In War City t.. A Hrcwvn -.. ---_-. 10 7

Kite and now owned by Mr Nellie 1.O' F.lvira K ng on E aide of Ry A I .1 I "f Hlk III In C.,, . W W ._o___. __ .,.
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of NEV ____ 18 B 21 I..m Sepp -- .-- -- ---- I I nf Hlk' 21 In Ward W.r u
app In Wt, of SEV run K at right angle to naid Ry City 00 ___ w ., __ ______-_ .4'
N >f NWV. of NE' II 1-3 a. alo to E line of rV 21 I A rhrnN. on lxt 6 of Ilk 21 In Ward. City 00----- W W W.ri .___ ________ ."-.

m at NE: eor of NE' of NW' aid line to center St.. thence W on I '.. II Blk 22 in Ward City ___. W W Wa" .___ __._____ I '
.* un W 133 ,. .. S 114 2-3 yd*, t ____ B.2SS aid fit. to Ry. thonco S along R,.. '. n ..f Ilk 22 In Ward City . Morena, __ __ ____ : I
G C Sap __ .____
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S ,f NW. "f NF. .Ir. ."n ,"'h I' '" "' "" 'I *" ''a rot NW' of NWV, A WV4 of HE' ,
.' SB eor of NE', of NWtim ...1.4 . ... 21 6 22 14 Louto Qayan .. - . I 0.99 ,,r NWV of NW'-l A WMi ur NK'',,
N44 *. t I'2 ..f MWV of NW'' A HW'' of4r.
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O-. > r"r of S" '.', of SWVi.:: St B 21 | Arthur -- -- NW of SW"', extent .. uf Inks
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r'F. 21 40 Arthur H AI' *.*. ___ ___ 1017 All W' '.r Blk 4 1 of R 2 K'yof : I
RF.O 24' A 2 a. InHW Cor of BW' of NWV"
Mr Salli Mnlphur. __ 291 Rlk 6 8 of R 1 W. lying In NW'? I
L'ti t ,, 'ir n .in NE'; of NEVi; 1 S 22 16 ," W V.ulley __u. UM SEll' of NF.' SW' n T.m'Io"I '. nil,_. SW' ; of NE'' MAW ol Ry 1 8 22 f4 9tcltne a 0..1. _ 12 NI
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q: \\f !; ,.AGE EIGIIT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 31, 1918.

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1 ii _- -_ __ \Ir. and Mrs. C. L. Smith made a I IMi| s Minnie. were visitors to Hampton review and pack the finished work i!! dillon was discovered and aft-- -..J'

; ; : t.jointstr.p; ; to Hampton Thursday. ,'Tuesday: ni|
j Mr. C. B. Roberts made a business j I K. B. Woodward and Zack Cobb completed nine sweaters; sixteeen ;',repairs, it was necessary to 7IJ.- ,

I.I jI.I. trip to Th"rt'na Friday. ,![I were business visitors to Hampton on comfort kiu; sixteen hospital bed garments -' Starke for a man to repair the 'I i:. ..!'

Mr. Mark Smith of Hampton, was a !' Saturday. : sixty-one hospital handkerchiefs -I' lion. Joe Hill Williams, of >. -. .'

I : I County News Items visitor here Friday and Saturday. j'I Misses Lois Bowen and Addie Thi- ; three napkins and are busily and :Mr. :Mattox, of Jacksonville. "., ..'

Memrs. Leon Cunningham and Tru- pen, of Orange Heights, were pleas- engaged in knitting socks. i here in the interest of the War .- 'It

:: by PinhoUter, of Brooker were bust I. ant visitors a few days recently at J. Allen. who,, has been quite sick, I Stamp campaign Tuesday aft. _

the V/eek by Our ineMd visitors: here Saturday afternoon. the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Hall. is able to be at work on his extensive 1 Mrs. Clara Sasser and infan- 'j.. ..
Gathered During: '
l Ur..tlng fa t. I
. :Mr. Elbert Sibley of Starke, was a truck farm again. ter Clara Mae, of Valdosta. a- :_'
Regular' COlTupondents.I Rev. C. L.' Smith filled his regular visitor here Saturday night. I guests of P. B. Hunt. .
appointment at Johnstown Saturdayand Some junior mechanic took practical
4 Kilmer and Percy Woodard, were I
demonstratedhis James Reynolds of
Sunday. lessons Sunday and Graham. ...
visitors to Graham and Louise Fri a
on
I Mr. Vcnabl and wife, of Archer talents by entering the garage and visitor here during the week.L. .

4 : LAWTEY; NEWS NOTES I piece, "The Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" were guests of. Mm.. George Stone day.Mrs.. L. L. Youngblood and :Miss tampering with a new Monroe automobile where. D.he Brown has left Monday for T.i- r>.
the Victrola.At of Mrs. Priest. Tuesday morn- accepted a posit; -
I. I __ was rendered on Sunday. :i Mattie Younitblood were visitors to aniti
j Lawtey May 2t j -Mr*. C. V. Mayo, the business session which followed ( Mrs. George Sparkman, of Louise, Hampton Friday night. ""when she went to take it out the con- carpenter.

Of Galliver, IH upending a few days I the question was brought up as to the .was here on business Wednesday j Mrs. H. Moore and children are I _

p' in East Lawtey at the home of her advisability of discontinuing the ,j t Mr. Ben Wilder is visiting his1 spending a few days in Jacksonville I II ?.tOTICE.DESCRPTO .

,, :' ', parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. meetings for the summer.. After daughter at Waldo for a few days. with her husband, Mr.' H. Moore, whoa ,, T. ..

: Mr. J. H. Henfroc, of near Lake Butter v/rne discussion a vote was taken, | Mr. Jones, of Archer, was here on I I employed in the ship yards. :- See, 1'. R. A. 'OWNER ,,,.
which resulted in favor of continuing Sunday to see his brother Mr. Will j E'. of SW', a N 10 a 01 Et2 ofswt
few day here recently :Mrs. P. Smith of Lake side in
ert 1
|" it | was A E 14 a. of SE'", of 8WL,
; as the guest of his "inter' Mrs. JohnS. as before. Refreshments were served Jones, who has been very sick. We, Hampton Sunday afternoon. a 8'iI of NWL, of SE'q IrI 4 .. in8W
Andrew and a good social time was enjoyed in II are glad to report he is improving.Mr. I Mrs. Porter Gufford returned a few Cor" 5WI, of SE'4 N'' ofSE'
; of SEL, a Stu 01 SE'S 01SEL
Little MiMen Arthurine and Cath regular Ladies Aid style till the setting D. J. Byrd made a business trip days ago from Worth Ga., where she ., 'k.m5..InEC0r..__... 13 8 22 U5 BrooklynLandCo. .
i erine Blanchard llpent laxt week in sun drew the ladies to their res- to Waldo Saturday. was at the bedside of her grandfather.Mr. All of SW'.. of E'5 N of RI'-28 s.an 'J
homes. A number of the folks here SE', of NE', C 6 a. in rooE
Jacksonville at the home of their sister pective I attended I Ed Gaines, of Hope Hall left Cor 01 S.... o( rooEl. of 5EL.n_...._._ :_ .1 l'nknown.. ..
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Mrs. J. U. Dye. There will he special attractions at '{ church at Rock Sunday.Mr. Sunday afternoon for Tampa n a .. InW Cor o( SW"" of NWL,.__. : 2 Ro rt G.I. :. :: :: .!,
: M E. church on Sunday morn- I A. G. and wife SEI ofEl, 1_ 2 .. in NE 4or "
Grace of
Dyal Starke business
., Mr*. J. White returned to Jacksonville trip. E'.. of SE'4 _._. "-. ......u It 1.2 11. Moa.. D.vla ___.
after spending a few irg. This being the first Sunday in were here Tuesday at the bedside of Mrs. T. T. Bryan and children, of $' "f :OW', of SEL.; &W& !'iW j

last week the month, the pastor Rev. Alfred their son-in-law, Mr. E. D. Abernathy, Groveland are visiting* her 01 I'E' . . __ ______ __n.n. It I 22 550 R r) Clayton ". -- -. .
week ax the gUP.llt of her ion, Mr. parents swL. NW", o( SE', ..___. _.. U I U 200 N P Cal1thon __ _. I'
i J. I.'. %Whit Evenden, acting in line with his policyof who is seriously ill. :Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Triest. i:.... OfSW'4 01 iEL. a SE'. 01 SE", 17 U : I'nknown _. .. h ;
.p from making first Sundays particularly Messrs. Jas. Reynolds and D. J. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Burrows and W.... 01 SEll SEL. _n.n.U__'" 22 : U )lto....... )It...,..... :: :: "
Mr. Kdward Stokes came down interesting at Grace church, is planning i I Byrd made a business trip to Starke sons, Lee and Willie, of Starke, motor 8W', of NEL: ..: 10.. I. 2. 3. 8 ___.._ U I 2'.i 235 )It.I...... Mfw Co __h : ..
; Kernandina and spent Sunday here at wl-. of IIW", a SE', 01 SW'. .. SE''. '
of Mr. and Mr*. a specially attractive programfor 1[Tuesday. ed over Sunday afternoon to the homeof 01WJ: ., nu.__ __non. ___.n_ 23 I 22 160 Columbia Farm Land (..r .
; :. the home his parent, the morning service. The second I Dr. Lamb, of Waldo, was here on Mrs. S. B. Woodard. 1\1W.. of NW", _.._un_____. _.._.. 23 I 22 40 R 0 CI.yton -- I'E' \
O.V.. Stokes.Mr. :-: ,,( 8W'. of SEL. .. S01 SE'.
A. J. Powers, of Jacksonville, part of the musical dialogue between I j business Friday.Mr. :Mrs. W. M. Burrows is spending a ...."pt 10 .. In !> t: Cor ......____ ;24 8 22 5') J.mi :ol.mml.h h "
the first choir and pastor, entitled "What Did Arch Durden and :Mrs. W. E. few days with her daughter, Mrs. SW', of SE'. I... 10 a In :>:E Cor"

of was this a visitor week. to Lawtey part I Jesus Say ?" will be rendered at this i Middleton! of Hampton, were here Richard Clark, of New River.Mrs. E' ,SEt 0'"Wl.. of SW4. t.a St:..U. of.. in SWL4C SEAr

' Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and daughter service! ; also other special music by Friday working in the interest of the Dave Manning; and children, ( nn. __u ._.-_. _u. .... 2t I 22 180 lI..kll'n Land C. .
the choir and a sermon of the Billy Red Cross. of near Starke visitor SW'. of SEt.----------------------- 28 S2 'nknown .. .
't r Miss Wilmer, were shopping in Starke Service were Sundayat IA'tg 6. 8 _..un _..___.._u_..._-_.. I II U g f"lroo. Mfe-- Co _-. .. ;5.
W'ednesday. I Sunday type by the pastor. Mrs. Alice Kite, of Sampson City, the home of Mr.' and Mrs. W. M. NE'. of SE', _--_.__._..__--_......._ 14 1 20 4') Unknown. __ __ .
will begin promptly at 10:30 a. m. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. N. Brown. 8WI. of SEll a 5E''. of SWL4 1 loss S 10 \ 4.acre. .
I' Mrs. Thomas Gilchrist and two welcome and the earlier D. Wynn "-- n _'h__ _._._. -..u__. 15 1 20 ..0a H.rdl' Pad".tt .
have been upending about three weeks you get there the less you will miss I Mrs. White, of Jacksonville, is here moved to Lake Geneva, where they 'r.n W of HI' in 1" '" 01 1..>, I &II -- -- :..
of musical visiting her Loti> 2 .5 8------------------ n 1 21) 90 M Aiiiile .
Mr. the program.A haughter, Mrs. W. P. will make their home for a while. 1"1 Simmoni5'i.
4 here at the home of her parents, lot I. k.a Ry F1ah 0' w.y C I... 54
and Mr*. W. II. Biggs left Monday cottage prayer meeting was held I Price. Mr. D. W. Moore and several of I lot 5U fttilOO" ft on N srd., of Ry

for Ga. where they will in the home of Mrs. A. II. Harley on Mr. Earnnie Dowling and bride, of the other farmers have been quite I for Colored! church _.__ _.._ ....-. 18 7 20 89.J D Shew -- -_ _. __. .
Thompnon
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} .<-.:._. .w....., (..:.n.hriat..... ;.... ._.nl___| .m.._.im_._ their_.un Monday evening. I' Waldo, was here Sunday, guests of busy digging$ Irish potatoes. .. or SWL4. a NW'.4 01 SEE u_... 22 1 21) 160Ne,4 t."nknown __ ._ _
I.I I hmeri.;; ; the present. Word has been received from Wastington %- Mrs. C. B. Rob..rts.Mrs. William Smith of Lakeside was in 0' NW'.4 C E 12 .. In NW"",, 01 h ""-: 'ztM_ .

I : Arthur Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs' that Mr. Howard Randall, who Joe Billiard, of Hampton, is I our burg Wednesday.Mr. 1'1 Nw'----------------- a.22 7 1 20 20 85 5. Mi.h.1l Unknown.. _. __ ..::..' t03
Hill
Enoch Griffis, i ia in the Medical Corps recently enlisted, has been slated i|'i here for a few days, visiting her son, G. :M. Bennet and son Arthur, One .. 315 ft E 01 :OOW Cur of :N"u ft'
the next to sail across the seas. Mr. Dock Ililliard. who has been employed at the shipyards 01 sw'. twlna 210 It squari ..--.. 4 7 21 I M... .III. Malphua .
.Ii.. of Uncle Sam's Army and is stationed among I I Mrs. White SE' of NE'-, un'''' ____._ .__..... & 7 21 40 Ida M Pratt --. I J'
!' . ut fort Oirlethorpe, Ga. Since his enlistment Howard has made and little daughter, of in Jacksonville, returned home SW'-4 .. w... or SE'.. _.______ ..._..n 8 7 21 2.0 Unknown __ :: :: :: - 6',:
children such rapid becoming very ,Raiford spent the week-end herewith last :Monday afternoon.A SE'. 0' :- E'S 1 21 40 Or Ida S H.itw..r 2. -
I Mr. Mrs.
and E. E. and
Burney ____ _._ ____.........
i relatives. nice rain would be much 5W'. of E.t4 8 T 21 40 Unknown __ ._ .__. .
were visitors to Starke Wednes accurate as a marksman being one appreciated ''NEI ... 01 of g 1
1 I I .Pt 8'2 SE'.4 E'-4) 21 ItO E E Hinkl. __ _. _. __
: of only three out of a large number to Mr. Edgar/ Sparks, of Louise, at. by the farmers of this section. I 5\\16 0' SE'. ___u___ unh_._"" II 1 21 40 Unknown -. ._ __ al"
I I day.Mrs.; N. T. I'eeples was a visitor succeed in qualifying as a sharpshooter tended Sabbath School and Christian :Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan was a visitorto SIi of 8E'. 01 SW'.4. & NE', of SW' 10 7 21 60 W A M.y. __ -_ __ .1':
Endeavor I -Wl. of SEtS C W'., of NE'. 01 SE'.
:I to Jacksonville the first part of the -Uncle Sam has selected him for here Sunday. Hampton Monday. C E' or 8W. 0' 5.5:14! ___..____ 12 T 21 80 C A Ro..and __ __ _. .,
,I week. immediate service abroad. His mother I' The stork visited the home of :Mr. The saw mill will begin operationshere NE'. or NWINWI.., of NW ofNE'4 .

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and Mrs. Thoy Dyal this week with 18 17 21 60 H If Sp.ncr _. ,
Mrs. J. U. Randall is with him in Sunday May 19, Messrs. Amos '
Mr. J. C. McRae, of Starke, was in xw14 of NW1.4 C E... or SWt------- 16 7 21 lao l'nknown .. _u_ 2
; Lawtey and vicinity Wednesday in Washington and Mr. Randall left for :i leaving them A fine boy. and Willis Jackson as proprietors.! E4 0' gEt. C S'.., of SE',4 of NE'. C -- - :. ;6

i'I the interest of his Washrington on Monday morning/ to'i :Mrs. Fuilla Dixon left Thursday for Jackson is from near Graham and NEt, "f SWl, of NE':. .._._._.-_ 18 1 21 SIC t'nlno.i. _. __ .. .
candidacy as a Blackshear SEt 01 j\EI; a \;E4 01 SW -, .___.. IT 1 21 80 E H Jon. '
: member of the County School Board. join them in a farewell visit before I Ga., where she will visit has moved with his family here. 3'., or 8W', 0' SW4 .____00___.... IT T 21 20 Unknown _. -:_ -- :: "
lie in at present one of the Board Howard, the now crack sharpshooterleaves relatives and friends for a few days. Mr. Fred Cloversettle, of near will or 8W1, 01 SEL, _.nnn..-. 24 1 2t ao.J E Tony __ __ -_- .I,
I, wi-9 uf :-E': 01 SE'.. C I a. In !NE u
Brooker
and is seeking reelection.Mr. I for the front. When that Hun j WORTHINGTON was In our burg Monday.The fr or NW. of SE4: __n___'___' 25 1l1: 21 Eva E
J. J-;. Wilson! was transacting caps Howard come. he'd better run or ITEMSWorthington : box Burner .riven hero Satur- SW'I, 01 SE'.4 ______ __..___._.__.._. a& 1 21 40 N P Cauthon a.11or -- u '
j ,. liuninvKH in Starke one day last week. he'll be done by Howard's'" gun. Three j May I day night for the benefit ott-h-e Christian WE.NE' of $WL4 --.--- n__.. __n....._... 2 1 2. 80 !II at GrifTa _:'_: ,!:
27.-The many 1 )lof Nwl. ---00-------- 3 22 40 S A Cann __ _:
I Mr. II. ii. Bennett was transacting/ cheer for Howard. J i friends of Miss Russia Ware are glad Church, was quite a success. The SE', oS,!" '. uu._ nu_ -___...._. 8 .2 40 D.nioIII! Moore __
nice little sum of about $35.50 was Na-Il "r NI.L4 I..,. 5 a. In SE Cor 3 1 2a 3&
business un Unknown
t in Jacksonville one day last Otis Cline It"I see her home again. She hag been which j\E'; or NE', n____ ___'n _________. 8 1 2l 40 W W l -- :;- )i.
realized will be Coleman
of
week. Olin Cline, the little two and a half visiting/ relatives in Lake Butler. fit great bene. S-4 "r SW'4 or .SE''. --___n____..__ 4 7 24 2U" T Mo..n ._- _
"' to the church. I _._._.
1 After upending/ a few days here at your-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon I Mr. and :Mrs. C. II. Harrison have as SE'ofSE'"S\\IofE'E'ln\; I. of bEl', 01 Sf;'. & SE' 01 SE'4 4 7 24 80 MraCal'1'l.MiJi.!

the home of his! parents Dr. and Mrs. Cline, died Tuesday night at 11 o'clock their guest this week Miss :Mamie ('L.HILL ITEMS of SE'"- ,_ --- -00----- -.-... 4 7 22 80 IJr E M Wcb.tor

(i. W. Brown, Wilrnot Brown has returned The little fellow had been sick with Harrison, of Alachua. WI,., of of NtA NE'1 of of---i d.&u---.----- 4 1 22 20 Unknown __ __ __ ."
NWt ofNi
to Key West.Ilev. typhoid fever and Tuesday evening Mrs. Dr. G. II. Carefoot has her Clay Hill : :, 4 tn NW Cor
I' as May 27.-Dr. W. M. Hud- 'fi. 5 7 22 al Dr Ida J 1I.1..r. .
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,. /Henry O.ell of Heg 21t1 e: Cor of wW'i;
i Bryceville, had reached the Crisis. Dr. Brown, guest this week her sister, from At- ion, of Jacksonville, visited his
parents Nf;' C run S 210 ft. E .JO It. N
d' tilled his regular monthly appointment the attending physician advised sending lanta, Ga. Mr. and :Mrs. H. B. Hudson on 210) Vt. V.' .JO to I.t of I"w. 'nn__. a 7 22 2 Mile, Robel'llon __ .
f, at the Lawtey M. E. church on of r the father who has been working A number of boys and girls from I Saturday and Sunday. E'ijofNE4ofNE't, -___;... .-_____. 5 7 22 20' .1... ('IRrk __ _ :. "
{ Sunday. in Lake Butler S 3 .. or NW'S 0' SEll E of Ry... II T.2 8 Joe Johnson ._u __ .: 11
I i .If t Mine Lois; Jacksonville and the Rev. Even- enjoyed a little picnic Messrs. L. W. Wilkinson and F. D. Rrg at NW Cor 01 NWt. or SE". amSt2rda.ESOrd..NC4rtbW80 ,
Terry is spending/ few den to to Mr. over here
managed get a message Friday. Lang/ made a business trip to Lawtey -t""t1.- ?
"J days with relatives in Lake Hutler. Cline just in time for him to catch Messrs. I. B. Harrison and Dennis Saturday. r.Ia to "bc. ___'n __nn ----.7 a 7 22 10 Thoma.) V Porter _ "

I !Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz came over the night train, but the little sufferer Roberts returned, home Thursday from Misses Ida and Carrie Starling vis On.ofNE'-EofRy R. on10 end of the_._w01 00___-_-NW'I6._._'_ 8 1 22 I Harriet Odom

;{. from Jacksonville and spent Sunday passed away just as the train pulledin ., Douglas, Ga., where they have been ited. :Mrs Lucas Wilkinson Saturday.Mr. One a 'n NW Cor or w'"> or NW1. 01 -- --
here. NE' _._ ____. __ _
1 I the W 01 Ity n "- S 1 22 1 Boolon MoRa.
station at The funeral attending the
:
Lawtey. military school. and
Mrs. H. B. Hudson. :Miss -- --
j D... 2 .ha S 01 NW Cor rE': ., of
d' Elder /H. V. Skipper of the Second services were held at the house i I :Miss Maude Fralick, of Providence, Alice Prescott! Mr. Charlie Wilkinson SW. C run Ii 3 ..... E 10 eta. N 3oh.

r Advent thunh, of Bishopville, S. C., on Wednesday at 3 o'clock and were and Mr. Purvis! MoLt, of Lake Butler, and :Mr. Hildred Keller motored .. W 10 .h. to !w.... I... W 1 .-_
held revival Rervicces at the town hall I 2 .. 7--00-- ---'-- -..---_.__._ S 1 22 2 Mary Joiner _.
..t' conducted by Rev. Alfred Evenden, were the guests of Miss Elsie Harri- over to Jacksonville Saturday, return. Wl, of NW', &Sl.4ofNWoSEL. II 1 24 SG J... Clark u
J-. last week. The attendance was very pastor of Grace M. E. church. I I I son Wednesday afternoon. inf? the nnmA. rlnw -S--:'.. nf-- -"' '-'I., -.. -'"'WI.. .. -., "' '','/O .. n -- --
, 'I' good and several new members were That Ward : lr8.Cii. SE', or SE', --...- ___ _::: .: .0 1 22 120 I'RI1I Bin. _. __
I f good old black mammy Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Lamb and Hudson II
:
generally and Mrs. Alice of ___
J add,d to the church. While here Uev. I S4 j\EL, 01 SE'. .0000.___. II)) 7 22 20 Unknown __ __ ._ __ 'I 1
tt I known os Mom (Joe) Frazier Miss! Irene Adams of Providence, Prescott visited Mrs. West Griffis SE'4 of NE'aceel' 10 a. In SW Cor 10 7 U 30 I..vl Rhnden __ __ __ .
1 Skipper was the I guest! of his son-in- has at lust! been called to her final rest, were the guests of Mrs. G. W. S. Ware n'or.\ tIle Saturday.The la a. In SW Cor 01 SE'' or :>: E"n__ 10 7 2J 10 ....d Rhnden __ p'
; law und daughter Mr and !Mrs. E. N1'J of NE'S NE 01 NW'4' C
I E.Burney. after an illness of about five weeks. I I Saturday. ti k vHtod: the home of :Mr. 8'. "f IIW'I f;'I., _____.__._00 II 1 22 860 Paul Dr"". __ __
The good old soul passed into eternityon i Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimes of and Mrs. James Strickland SW', o f :NE., .u SW', 0' SE4 01
:Mr. near one day N\\'I __ _... __.__._.
J. .
Edwards
Jr., of Jacksonville n ---00 It 7 22 110 'nknown __ __
I' Monday morning. She; has beenin | Miller, were transacting business here last week, leaving a fine boy. His Ail ______ __ U 1 u
t 00 ----- -- --- -- "- '" 26 SIG Soul .,. ._
Br
; l was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday the service of Mr. and :Mrs. Louis Saturday. nam Iq A >' "O.Mesais. NE', 01 NE'.. --._____ _'00_' '_"" 13 7 22 40( (rnknown_ __n .u 4
: and Monday. All ._ __ ____ ______.__.______ t4.,.
' Louis Brown H. Hill ever since they were married. j j l\Ilu Elsie Harrison, Messrs. Den- : Auraham Strickland and u.4 or n Nf:'uun. NW', 01 NE'4 C NE'.. It 7 22 &t'l Pal1l U"., __ _. -- -

:" 4'J! came over from Jack- She was baby Louis' black mamy and ., nis Roberts and Inman Harrison mo. Horace Starling visited Maxville: Sun. or NW"I W'. oC 8Wl. Sj,;l. 15 T 22 ins Paul Rr.. ._ ._ ..
sonville and spent Sunday at the all hearts are grieving/ over her loss! I i tored over to Lake Butler Friday eve I RE''., 01 SW' ----__._ 'n_ .____..... 16 1 22 40) Unknown" -__ I Ij
home of bin I day.Mr. 8Wl, of SE', __ ___ _._ -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. for she known and nu 00 11 1 U 40 L'nknown _. __ 'I
beloved
ri" {I K.: Brown. was /greatly ning. and :Mrs. David Tanner, of Max- Com at SE for of Sec 19 .n run v6l --
by all the white folks of Lawtey. I Quite a number !Mr. A. J. Lowery, of Jacksonville, The St. Joseph's Society, of which she the quarterly meeting here Saturdayand :\ visited Mr. and 1Irs.Y.. A. bl''', thence N 216 3.10 It. E 105 't
I, spent Sunday with relatives in Law S 105 ft. E 315 It. S ill 3.10 It. W
was a member, took charge of the services Sunday at the M. E. church. Starling Sunday. .20 ft to JOt 01 beg In Town 01

tey. I which were held at the house on Messrs. I. B. Harrison and D. E. Mis Ruby Strickland, of Kingsley Humpton -.-_ -_.- _u. __...... 19 1 22 D W Swindle __ ____ a.
i MoHsm. N' or
S. Cline, Steve Starling/ : NEL. C 8W'. or NE'1 Cof 81..
/' Q. Kutch and B. L. who' Monday afternoon. The body was Roberts madu a business trip to Lake Lake, is spending a few days with Nf;'. 01 1'1\\, I... 2 .. In SE

I I Blanchard, transported to her former home in Butler Saturday evening. her uncle and aunt, :Mr.' and Mrs. Jas. Cor ---.--.- .00___ '_____ _____. 20 1 U itS l'nknown __ __ !)
\ 11 are employed in the shipyards; at ; Gnrnett S. C. Mr. Hill Nt4!!, of NWh ox."Pt 1' t. !4' SE Cor 21 1 2.1: 68
: !t Jacksonville accompanying Miss Susie Howling, who has been Strickland, of this place. ASS .. .. _..._.. Paul fins .. _. .. . 83)7t3
here .00---- --- 23 T 22
spent Sunday withtheir 1.0
.' it to its! final resting place. visiting relatives here, returned to All .------. -00---- .-...__...-_ ... 24 1 22 640 Paul lime ._ __ _. __n r.
I If families All .. _____. J'al1l Urn. 00 ._ .. __- 1197
_
her home in Miami HAMPTONCorerspondent -- --- ---- --- ...___ 26 1 22 641)'
Monday.Dr. Paul _
: Hr. . __ 15
:
"
!
I i The death of Mr. Bud I.Rnoccur./ GUAIA.MGraham. NWt4 of :NEI", a N..., of NWI4 ---__. 26 1 22 no Unknown. _. ._ _ :
G.
h red last week at his late homo A. Curefoot, as captain of Five a. In a aq. In NE L'>to of :>E' or
l in East sick last Sf;', ___ ........
Red
our Cross was week .
team. reports $137.02: .nn -'-"- "- 26 1 22 II C
t. Norton ___
I Luwtey. :Mr.' Lang! had been confined May Z.-:Mr. Jas. Reynolds / no items. WIof. 8W'.. of NWV - .. 27 T 22 20 "
collected last Vafler __ .
/1 week. This puts us 4 In NW Cor or ., ,. Hooker II
a E .
to his bed for several months and I made> n business trip to Starke 10. 0' : \texcept ,
while "Over the Top". Thanks and, credit Robert Jones of the depot force left! I .. for chl1"h --_._.-_--.. 27 7 22 8 J.n0j1
his death Hi.bon __ .
wus a shock to his relatives Monday.Dr. S'. of
NE'4 C 01 -
are due the and Friday to offer his services to Uncle SWL4 NEL ELof "-
and friends it was Thomas made business generosity patriotism NW' C NW', nr SWli __._.-. .
I not unexpected. a trip to of the Sam. 27 : 22 240' Paul D.... __ .. O'
good people in and around 1. >1 II or IIlk 4. Sl1b Dlv 0' N1o. n' u
BeRideu Starke
) his wife, several Monday. Worthington. B. S. :McCain of Jasper, was the Nf;', of NW'. .__n___ -_:..::.::... 29 7 22 John :: 41
Ii children lire left to mourn his denth. Misses Thelma Ward Pearl Lewis --- guest of friends here Lot> *, 3. 4. 5. 6 of Bile 81 A EUj of Btk Smith --
: The dwelling house of Mr. and Ruby Crosby of Brooker - Sunday. 32 in Hlnnton Add to Hampton ____ 80 7 22
Truhy were TII Bit EMMA! E. H. Jones of PR Hunt 'I *
Tampa NE
was looking 1I"1f at Cur of Lot 5 of HIS 13 in -- ---
.1 I Willis!! about um1 and one-half miles here Tuesday working for the benefitof after business interests here :Monday. llumplim A run W 20 ft. S 44 ft. E

4 . west of LnwU-y wns destroyed by the Red Cross. Mr. Goldwire Col- Theressa, May 28.-:Mr. and !Mrs. Alvah Saxon is home again after W'..,20 of ft.Blk N II 40 in ft to beg -.-____._... 80 T 22 J E Tony _- -. ____ 4 "

.H fire, early Sunday morning, together son accompanied them. Ililliard and family returned from completing the first year at Suther- H'K at a Pt 351 ft R Hampton A 52H ft--S--of;----- 80 7 22 P H Hunt _.__ _.u_ *

r with nearly nil of its contents. The Mr. /Dewey Strickland and two sinters l.arkln! Tuesday, and will make their land College.' SW Cor of N4'of NEi.,. Sf' 30

, 1 origin of the fire i JM not known. The of Waldo, were here Wednesday future home here again for a while. Harvey D. Green of Camp Wheeler A" run 2a W loa ft N -J8 ft. E 105 ft.

.: dwelling/ wan erected about three visiting/ friends and relatives.Mr. They are at present spending a few visited relatives here during the week., NW1",, .?'AiT.w.----i' : : ::::: I i. 40"J) !" 2

yearn ago at cost of JJ.r.dO and wall Matthew Kelley, of near Brook. days on :Magnolia lake. He stated that hill IK'S? NW', Nt... of SW _.__._ so 22 120 rTp'raX'thS' -- -- -
partially insured. business furlough was the aw' -___ _-_-____ ___. gi 77 ; __. *
22 -
er was 00' .
. a visitor here Wed Mrs. S. 11. Woodward 80 k '
the last -
spent one before going "over there." SI. of SEI of SWl A SW'. of SE14 82 7 22 jj V p 'al11hon -- .-u- -_ 3
'" Mrs. A. J. Lowery haH been spend nesday. week-end in Jacksonville with her :Mrs. Middleton left F.of. NWl I., of NWl', _____h_____: W 7 22 60'20 {rnklow. ..,.. .- -- )1
, ing Home time visiting relatives in Little Miss Pearl Byrd of Louise, husband, :Mr. S. B. Woodward and Pont where she is Tuesday for Du. SWI4 of NW1. _00_____ --_-..._--_...- 81 7 22 44 T ? ." .. __ 12"
the guest of her 11'2 of SFnr SEI, .. SEI, of !TE'!: S3 7 22 p S p __ __ __ =
' p ..".. I.nwtey. Her husband came for heron wl1 the /guest of her grandparents, her son Henry.Mr. mother :Mrs. Dowling. Her brother All N'' ._ __ ___

'I I Sunday :Mr. and :I.rll.! Barry, Tuesday an.I'' .Mcfo wen and family of Lakeside Ernest of SWl n____ _.u____ ---..____ 34 7 22 41 .
.' Dowling, of Camp Wheeler SEI,, nf NV p ___ 4 )
. A turpentine driven Wednesday.lr. A E'-, of SW1. A WLj *"' JIro" __ -. "
wagon by Chns. attended the funeral Wednesday is also visiting their mother. of SEI, '-'--- _n.__ --.. ____ 94 7 22
Kettles! (colored ) ran :Mrs. demons of Jacksonville/ of the SEt, of Shi: A NEI' 200 v P r.nthnn .'" *'
over was a infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. We are glad to of SB' e.. 18..31 7 22 62 u -- -
I'l Boaver'H{ cow the other day. The cow Inmincss visitor here Tuesday nnd L. D. Ross, of Hampton.Mr. Watterson who has report that it!. L. Heir at SE Cor of NEi, of SE14 & run unknown _. __ __ __
I been N 210 y.lW 140
very sick yd*. S 210 vda.
wan hurt and is now lame. Wednesday.Mr. M. / Sullivan was in Hamptonon is able to be on duty at the drug E: liD ydn to beie-6, s--------------: 34 TZ
Miss :Margaret Godwin returned : W. C. Hall wahere !\IonJayr"rTf'"ninjC business last store NI.: of SEl, 35 7 6 F j MR. '
again.
Wednesday.Mr. ------ 2J 8l
t I W'j of NWti ;'i-8-W--'ii G M Bennett :: ::. 04
from in SW
Milltown, Ga.: last week where the Ballard : --
.
wholesale II.
,' I S. Roebuck visited the county Mrs.! Bessie McGruder, accompanied Cnr nf 8W'. of SW', A all SE',
, she has been Attending school.! hotiMf of Jacksonville. scat Wednesday. by her brother of SEi, W of Ry ____ 85 7
u.n 22
{ *. Mr. Chns. Iiinkins. in :Messrs" E.: J. Cyril !Manire, left on W'ofSEiefS1C'4 .8 w n ('...th"it .. -_ '"!
having trouble Baxter and R. R. Ross Mrs.: B. 8 *
S. 21
is 20 !
Campbell Tuesday for -M
__
'f. with his, of spending a Jacksonville, where they That part of NE01\ NWVi E of Ry H M Sythmor. .. ._ .__
pig family; they have been Jacksonville, were business visitors while in Jacksonville with her moth have "'
'
accepted business 2 '
t' ; ...ufff'rinwith/ cholera, and the other here Monday.J. ('rIrs.: B. F. I lagan. Rev. T. L. positions. NEl, of _.i'V"0"T"l"V"SEV.'" *- C A Brinaon .. .__. --'- "
Z. Barr
\ I day four of them tIled.I I. 1'. Rolirrts made of Starke, filled of NE'. A NW'. of NE'i A wuSWL of
business Mrs. S.
trip n. Woodward his.
n and son. Kil- regular appointment nf '. A
hta X'Fl.:
s.m.io. MWL.. .S..rurt
4 .. "
The tn.. _Stort T.-.I.-. -- ,
-
--
lawn .
parsonage ...
has! been un | mer, q" of SWl, A of
were chopping in Hampton last preaching to WL&! SWL, of :SWlg! g
mowed and it was lone through the Mrs J.i. Hyrd, of Louise visited '! Wednesday.Mrs. morning a large audience both W'.., of NWL, A NWL., of SWLJ A 22 820 Unknown .. .. .... -

; Ladies Aid Society. All honor to the relativees and friend! here Sunday. J. P. Summers and children, Hampton and closed evening.the/ drive for Ken.E'at". a of pt SE1-'',""> of ft SWl W of, _NW-----Cor---_of._ f g 22 149 Metro,. Mfg Co ___ ____

.. 10 $ \ !Mrs. Dr. Chandler of New York i is! relativees at Sampson City Saturday. Wednesday.Mrs. on : American Red Cross, 14* ft to Oranire St.. N 110 It. N
Monday evening with $510.82 in cash laO ft. R fit ft. S lie ft to .beg In
t.. n welcome guest in the home of her Children's Day oxeri-iaea will begin Geo; Adams and Stark. . _
of
Macon. .._..
-
Ga.; pledges. -- -- --- .26
Special> -- ---- t 2:1 )
: sister Mrs. W0'. Godwin. Sunday afternoon at two-thirty. Wo arrived hero last Tuesday night for :Mrs. Seals who credit is due On. lot of land 240 yd'*' N A 3x120 yd\* J W Eddy n_' ...-u_.._

{ '] The Ladies Aid of Grace M. E. have finite n little program arranged, several weeks visit with relatives and and ;\[Middleton! served and as Mrs.secretary NL of EC NW'W' In, SE____Cor n__of'SE'i''.'_.of_..SE'.._,-_ 29:2 I a 6 22 22 5 1\(,.. A E Driager. ____ ytla
; church met on Thursday of last week ,consisting patriotic recitation.) and friends. :Mrs. Adams will be vho led the flying Henry, NKL. of NEL, A SEt of NWV4 A 91 N P Cauthon .. .. _

at Farria.the country It was home their of Mrs. W. :M. songs.to attend.Mr. Everybody. is cordially! invited as :Miss Addie Hagan. She remembered has- ors.!! The Hampton squadron branch of of A.solicit R. C. Com WV at, SW of NW'Cor.of&SKVi sWVi: of__SWl.__,;.._A. S 8 22: 332 N P Cauthon __ -. _' 00

semi-monthly many warm friends here, who" are always wishes to thank run N 70 yd*. E 110 yd. S 10 yd
mf'l.'tinland was greatly/ Tom Mills wife everyone who sub W 144' yd. tf ben.
enjoyed by and ) -2
children ) glad to welcome scribed, a. 8 5 21 t
her
back. to this work through LotP&W'sofLot24&allftZ&ln :2 Wit Harrell __ _.__.__-_-
, .1 all who attended. The lYoBi.lent, Mrs. visited relatives at Brooker Sunday. :Mr. Ben Powell, of Larkins, is visitIng committee.The their Woodlawn '-.- .... ..._ _......
4 t .1. II. Moore, opened the meeting with :Mr. Geiger Barry, of !New River, relatives here. committee NVi of l-ota 5. 6 A all Lota 4. '8. 8 of 34 22 2S H S HilllarJ .. .. .__ .
I of
devotional services during which a wax a business visitor here Friday./ Mrs. Mnttie Waits and daughter, met at their work rooms military Tuesday relief to Blk 10 in WorthIngton Spring.___ 23 8 19 Thomas A Lamb .- ._ -j

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