Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 7, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04658
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VOLUME 39. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918. NUMBER 49.

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COLORED REGISTRANTS I HUN U-BOATS OPERATING OFF WILKINSON, OF FRANK CLARK LEADS CONGRESS'l v



TOREPORTJUNE19 'i, NEW YORK; MANY VESSELS SUNK MAXVILLE, UNDER OVER CHAS. DAVIS FOR


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Blocked in Their-Brutal ,' \ .;DESERTER- BIG BOND In Bradford County Clark Led I p,;' it. hut (ruin the reurns nwo in 1 J Jii

I 'J'() .\UC\IMA CAMP.: it i \ itleiit that Mr Clark wins theI 1 I
Abroad Huns Shift I ---- I Davis Bv the Very Small 'mutation over :Mr. Pnvisj by n very |

WILL BE SENT TO CAMP I Operations Thursday Deputy Sheriff Unisden the CHARGED WITH AIDING AND : Majority of Fifteen i MiliKlunlutl majority following is .
Thomas Sellers, white to given I the figures reported up tt> "
DIX WRIGHTSTOWN N. J I camps at Arcadia and de- SHELTERING DESERTERS --- Ibuistlay noon : ,'iMiiehiia i

,..ENDEAVOR TO STOP \ ' him to the commanding offi CREWS WINS OVER SAPP I county : Clark 1,3 >HI(>; Unv1. 11 j |
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'IlIn MEN WANTED:'; : FOR LIMITED I as a deserter Selle-rs' home is JoI.ISII.'IU: :'; (;ioiui: : \\ IIKINSON !i BYMAJORITY 424 VOTES is :! p
MENT OF TROOPS St. Louis and he had enlisted in the I IN 11)1 1,5 (II\Ur.KI: _ 1 Columbia county: Clark HU I: ; Iluvis 1" 1
OR !SPECI\L MILITARY I branch several months ago; I \\ 1111 UI'SEHTIO:i I OR COl'.Nn':'; COMMISSIONER.: : O. 117.

SERVICE LATEST TII'K' OP (' from Arcadia in !May He V. IIKOOKS.; C. A. ROIJKRI'SI : | Jefferson county: Clark liilj; lav- 4.
I I\IARI-.aS-UELInm: I arrested at Law ley by Marshal Hlisha: and lcorgge Wilkinson of I is 211.: :
The Local Board for Bradford County of n pis- )UERKOIMxII..: fi. C. I.IVINGS7'ON :- Clark 51*) l> i'' t '
HUE RETURNED: 1O on a charge carrying M.ixvilli. were imi'Rlfd last week bva Lafayette county : ; avis 1
has been instructed to call twenty- "/ When brought before the county detachment of soldiers from Camp, : JAMES: : KinNoiDs: Ghl'M.1JORlTV : : 81 r
WATERS :
live colored men during the five day OrF. CO \M'WI11I ; he gave; his name as Ralph I>e- Johnston, under command of diptMidillftnn : A OIK.Tuesil levy County: ("link .UtS(> ; IavU

period beginning June 19th! for en- MINES.: and was given sit months on aspisted. b> l Ih'puty1111'; 0S.

'!trainmcnt for Camp Dix Wrights-: county gang for carrying the shal 1illl" r" the men being charged iv's election Was a quiet one Stmamu-c';; county: Claik 1,011; lla-
own, N. J. Only colored men and Washington, Juno >1. nothing being known tit this. with desertion from Camp \\hecler over liiudfoiil l county, more interest v is 'JtiO. "J.w
hose physically qualified for general last has brought her about hn being a deserter. It is reported that thirteen to fifteen being manifested in the congiessitmn Bradford county: Clark (i U2: : ; l aviii t '

military service are to go in this call. 'fare to the shore of the United Later the sheriff's ofiice received an ml'n. who have deserted from the va- 1 HOP than any other. In this county <1107.! .,

The Local Board has instructions to I apparently in a forlorn hope of about one Thomas Sellers, n uous camps and other who failed to the rate was exceedingly clone. !Marion Bounty : Clink 5J8:!! ; Pavii .. (.;

ill this call from men not "actively, I lug telling blows on this side and gave his general de answer the call to appear before their Clink winning over his opponent by 10.'. t V
ompletcly and assiduously engaged Atlantic and of drawing home which corresponded to that local boards for military service, tare (fifteen votes :Staike: precinct Riving NnsMiiu county : Clark 217; \1'nvUI ', "

n the planting and cultivation of of the American naval forces Ralph Delaney who was then serv hiding out in the swamps in the MIIX- D.ivis the largest majority of any onepiecinct *. t

rops," if possible but if the boardS the war lone:: where the his sentence on Bradford county's rule and Highland sections. Up to Taylor county Clark 225!! ; I>uvi-. Ii

unable to secure the number want- ace is beniK slowly but surely ( First denying that his right date four of these nun have been, arrested In the nice for representative, A. 81 *

d in this manner, it will proceed to gled to death. was Sellers and that he had and a snuiid of fifty soldierson 8. Crews won over his opponent by, No reports were received from, the.

elect such farmers as, in its judg- In the attacks upon '(' in the aviation service, he later motorcycles are now patrolling the! .I'21 I vnotes, the only precinct givingMr counties of :ulison' and, Hamilton up '
ent, can best be spared.As sels, almost .in sight of the that he was the man wanted entire district searching for the deserters :Sapp; u majority King Now River to the hour of going to pi'ens.! ',

the Local Board has not se- sey shore reported today, was taken from the gang and will The commanding officer of I Ui-tuitm! so far published. indicate"

ected yet the men to fill call, but the list cials see a frantic admission to answer to the greater offense this squad has orders to stay in the For commissioners! Hrndford countyvotom that Jnilgc/ J/. U. Whitfleld\ received .'
Berlin that the submarine has desertion. have selected now board for of the t I'
majority
Mil be issued within a few days and Maxvillo: section until the last man u a justice supreme
nil be published the next issue of American armed power is On his way hack Deputy Bnisden has been rounded up and Kent to the O. V Itinnks for District No. 1 ; t' A, court
in
erseas in ever increasing >d from the Polk county au guardhouse* at Camp Johnston Unbelts for District :No. 2!; Drew 1 Kc 1',1- ..J.Vill Yon won the nomination ,;l
he Telegraph.The
I pite the utmost exertions of B. M parker, wanted in this The Wilkinson brothers were caught dish for District No. :3; C:. C. I.iving- for state auditor.
military urcunautics blanch is dersea pirates off the coast for forgery. Parker was to In n swamp near M.ixville: and l then, I Iston for I District) No. ,I I1I1111'R; I Rey- Van C, :Suearingen: will bc leturncd .
n need of men skilled in certain last term of I nobly for Distnct No 5. The nuein !
I rope appeared at the cir father Leroy Wilkinson, was us attorney genernI. 1'
ranches Only men who have been Up to a late hour tonight court for failure to pay the arrested charged with giving :' Districts I. 2 and f wits close. For tax commiHsmner! the race is!

l lasted as:: qualified for special or limed : truction of five sailing craft in this! ense, said case having shelter mind food to cleoeiters. I I For members of the school hoard, too c Inso between llrovvn and Shaekle- I r k ,
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it I military service will be accepted '!tanker Hcrbeit L. I'nitt was -(' dropped upon Parker agreeing 1 Hat'me Pies, residing in the :Messrs I. (', Powell District No 1 ; ford to be able, to deride the winner,
|or this brunch June bth was the lust ord of losses officially reported pay the costs Failing\ to do this a same locality, was also rested on a I II'1.; Padgitt District Nt>, 2:!. und, T. and it will be necessary to count the ;
lay on which men in this class could issued Judge District No :'t, w ,-ie 'ond choice before in
navy department. The fate was ordered by charge of tailing to report to his local It. I'inhoNter\ MM votes it finally
[uluntier, and only man volunteered coastwise liner Carolina and he was arrested at Bartow. board for nnlitaty. duty chosen, !Mr. rinhnlstrr being the only decided,
cfore that date, Ellie Wells, former- I' ported by wireless yesterday bon'I ill secured he will remain The Times-Union of tune -1th curried one of t the old board to !I" loiloctodKfHulU W. :M. Hollowny( defeated Bethel. bya
an engmeei at the Bradford l Farms, the full term of circuit of CoitffrcHMioiial 1 Raro' bandsc < .
i bring shelled said to have (' jail until the following account of the action >riii majority.The
aifor'd, who was sent to Camp :Meade, The returns from this counties comprising tabulated return for Uradford "1
The crews of some of the of the fc'derul court: (1sue '
d., Thuisday. llu volunteered as a I tro.\od have been brought ----- --- "Chnrgi with giving shelter andsuatennnce this district are still iriforn- showing the vote bv precincts. i
-omotivc engineer.As J
with a story of eleven clays' :> \ .ntT'GHS: : REGISTER: : to a deserter from the
soon as the Local Board receives onment aboard an enemy IN:'; STItKi: WEDNESDVY.. :.. .: ul'mylIl1d encouraging!: him to evade _
ord from Washington as to the num- military service, Leroy Wilkinson of I
Meets on the Move :
\
r oi men required from this countyr Wednesday was -gistratfion day the Maxvillc section win given n y a AI N ? .fj: l i:: A' ,n ,I jI.
this Lunch ol service, they will Meanwhile departmental men who had reached the' hearing before United, :Stales; Com f3 ._ "" 0. -
young : y i:: d CI)
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from nuval districts along the -8..a !r" ; HReprnaenLHiu
occed to can men clashed in the of 21 since June/ 5, 1917, and 85 missioner Carl Noble yesterday anti! 01 ,,2.:1.. ,,0 ... \:: ,0.;; OJ
ecial or limited military service, Atlantic const showed feverish- presented themselves before the held for the action of the United ..1 ..J '" rn In :? .... ;: f ,.

io have had BOIIIC excellence in the ity among I'litrol1eets./ \ I Board In Stnrke on that clay' States grand, jury in the, sum of $5,001) ( l. } lUfiii (

lowing lines ol work: Locomotive along the coast armed craft be registered for military duty It : bond It is charged that a brother of _______.__ . ._ _____.-. ___ __: -- ___ _._.:;, ,
ointers, firemen, idilroud grade verging on the pot where the been estimated that a million Wilkinson was one of the boys who I t 101 Yong.: I I I I j I 1 I L. I I i.fill! I I I 1,,

ule foremen, railroad Hack loren. was last reported men !'l.gistcorrdV'dnPMlay, ov- quit < amp Wheeler some tune ago Flank Clark) __ __ _ _?12 li 8Iii\ Chi: 51:1271: 2l) III\ / 212/17G2:1: : / ; :
wooden bridge carpenters, 10CI>- ,'I At .first us the reports of the country and out of this! num and who have been hiking refuge prmcipnllv I: Chus. E.: UHvill) _ ._I 7911J5: 11; l III 4211821 I aUI 571 19! ; 21 I I 13:1117: ; '

,Live repair met., Icpnonc linemen, begun coming in there. was talk the board expects to get 750,000 in the woods in the Mnxvilli- I Ai inrwey-(;"ieral: I kl I

I'V<')ors or railroad uialruincnt men, bout fleets attempting to block ,' fit for active military duty. and Highland sections C.ovcrninent; Cromwell iI.l"nll: _ __ ___ 23 Rl 121 27 2111 M. l l 2)41 8 15 5 11$30 t,

cgiaphers, dratlsmcn, pile driver embarkation port to prevent Following is given the names of agents gathered, what they believed, to Van ('. SW"'lI'inj'n __ lillllU, 61 22 1011711 411 1 I' 111 II ROj IT 514VtiUpre \ 11

unt u, stationery engineers, steam reinfoicements from who registered Wednesday: be fails of encouragement which had I alti'e\ :> 'IIINaffil' : ,- I I I I 1L T I 'tII

vel operators, cuipenters, steam buttlefront.' As the tale of I MuniI, Iltirnll, \ IlnlfurilJ been held out by Wilkinson to the It. IIlIf..r,1 ._ -----I 2tJj ,I I, It); 2; tfIIt; ) 1RI IMI 7 1' 1 1 C2M7; i
ers, electricians, auto mechanics, unfolded, however, it became J ....... llitrm-H Alexander Ifiimpton. young tit-sorters. Following the hearing .1. It WhiUi..l I _ u. ----I I 2/121> / 7 WI 161111 21, I$ 87 14; 10 22'5+;0iiv

to drivers, cooks, clerks, railroad that not more than one or two :4:1 I lI..rlwrt llnllt-y Cni-mll Jiniti!. HornHhy N'',,"ke. Blnrke.I he qualified in the sum demanded ('/Hie'r u11' 'I''rlll; : I I I(-r-i I I I '

ikenien, conductors und u huge ,, were at work and that the I 5 Robert Norman StarkeR and was therefore released from ,'uII-I i'.Rltu\V'n. __ _ . -I 2I), 37: '' 'Ill,, 91 131 14; 11, 5 21 13lIRd .
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1Ilher of laborers, I I fur yesterday unit, today were recog'C I VVultir; Rlrhnrd M WI.drnhnm; lnrk., S. Jacksonville tody J. cwrur l Brown ------I I ,WI.111/. / ::1 111; 361721; 11; 251 33 111'' I5l 81118

under cull No. COS the Local hoard ed to a narrow zone off the M Ornn UtiMlxh Slnrki, "Jim Most'ley, who was arrested ('ode 1.5: hlll'kl'flrJ _ .I, III 081! 71 121 1 7 lS 10 11 ti uI 5 12047itt

received instructions to select sey shore. Later cume the 10!II i .3ilniy lohnnlidJlnnn| ,Solomon nmbcrt.1 Kniford. Brooker the same day as Wilkinson was !Civ'nII umr,1 Jn""I.irt'll: I I I 1 11I111'ry I 1

He men who are physically quuli- men held prisoners for days II JnmiB kill-won. HtarkeIJ hearing also beforeommisMimer I.. Itdh..1 __- - - I 211 2:11: ::1, 1 1, 14 72i M'' 29 M, I) al 4 1St
for general military service to bet U-boats and confirmation of I Ellaha, Jones, lake llutlirII Noble. and, held in the sum' of $r>IIO W. 1\1. lIulluwny . . _I 531l7712': 271 72j17R1 29j 40' ISI 20, 28 217ui1; 1
'I'.hloI..k" nutltrII
I:' Hurry Quinn
to liainesvilk: whl're they will rumors that three derelict IhnniMH V Wllllnnm. blarkoin bond charged with using his influence i=:ii1u If i I ur :

uve u course of trailing at Ouvinient puked up olf the Virginia capes 1 iijnmlnttrnnn, I Riilfiirilin in a wrong irianiui, in connection with J. 11. iJUU'nnter _ _ __ __ 2U Hri R, 221 501110 231 1'i Il R 21) 1419 ii iiidta
litting them to serve ly a week ago had been I'lyiliII. Wnrd llronki, a ilialtee lie could lint make the .1. Will ._ RI 0 21114 \
expense That 17 l.<-.le! 1.i'U n..... StarkeIK Yun u I .121 H7 R' 221 ICI 251 121
army positions requiring know an enemy submarine. < Willlnm Amon rowhr, lake Rutler. bond and went to the Duvnl county fI'In'M'ntallvl". ; 2
lir"uI' :
the fact that the enemy had 10 St (lair\ Alirama llrvan. Kill ford. federal, prisoner '
e of auto truck driving radio jail II"I "
opting I lurking sixty or seventy miles 20 John M Oroovi-r llrnnkcr -. A. S. ('rows .-- ------ 82 125 301 41 602111 351 71 10; 21 251 27781 I I
electricity, carpentry, benchd two weeks 21 Raymond Norman Ruiford, ('OMMISSIONH5S: Slltlhi: K 1.1..1. HIIPl' -_ _ -_ __ 15+118 Ii, 211 371 (=1 I01 IMl 291 21' 111 3:357:
coast for probably I
working and machinery used in 22 e>won Jnmcn e; rhllllp.. nwUy '
I : FllO11I'lm: i : : ( ''ullty(11111 i 1 ilat. 1 '
hoping for u chance at u troops .'.i Kthan Allen Supp. Now RlvrrJl NAMES: :
itary service, both at the frontat I l twiy Whililn-n.l., Now KivcrJfi I I.IST.IAt Jesse J. ltirlling--------- I 40' 1 1 1 i I 1 '

the rear. The number to be ', Washington, June 4.- Ixjnxo Starlinir., awtry. their meeting( on Monday\ the O. V. Brooks _ ___ I 21 87 I I I ISecond
frank\ Turner Starko
it from this county is not yet known'men marines still were operating' 27 Jet 1"'nn.'lt Todd Lake ButlorJS county commissioners ordered the following Choice: Votes l I 2 I I I I 2

were given until June 7th to'' American coast today A Vlrvll Samuel! .....-.n. lake Duller names! stricken from the pauper J. C:, Crews ___ _. _ __ __I I 21 I 31 I I I i 2. -
deer for this blanch. If the num- steamer, the Radioleine first Jl Jasper| Wilson ilcnbiuiKh.. Hampton ,
attacked ,ID Edward Alvin Cn,nen, Hampton list: l oullly Coin',, h..I.2: '
for the state is not realized : Atlantic craft to be II lumen Muck Rlnrlie Miry Ward Krvm: Higginbotham, E.: W. III1Y"1I __ ______ _I- $I 17 + 55;
raiders was saved from thnrlfn Whit. Starke.
ugh volunteers the 32 George
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necessary Martha Cntlin: loiencu Holton, C..1. Knight -----------I 101 8C 137
9:30 o'colck this by an :JI: I'urry Myrna. (.n',,". 14JI Goodman St. ,
nber will be drafted into this ser- II : morning Jnrknonvillp. .'1... ./. < '. Hox Leonard ,Altman EllaI Second Choice Votes I f 4i 1 7 11
Washington will be notified to- lean destroyer 65 miles off the ::44 William Albert Iliilloni-, Starkol W. W '. A. 17 1 I13S.'rnnd :
land coast. :l. IVrcy Wllhara Melvah| Dukea. "'olkl'NIIIIl'Y Ilyitl, ( RoI" Its/ __. - .1- -12; I I
of the number of voluntary en-i the ,\ ,it IlarlieiMnhry. Lake huller, J. G. Williams, Alice Bryant AddieSiluox i :; Choice Votes, i 1 6 1 8 9 t tIunty ,
lents and the Local Board will Announcement by navy l. CnrnchiiH liixitn" linxiker.H Clara :hparkmar; Newman
I proceed to select the number ment of these facts late ( Arthur I.. flennntt. T.............. m r-T)j..t. ::1 :
btcd the closed that the raid in ::1"* Morrl Ixiin I..>wi... fttarke. .hilln'nIarlin: !McDonald, Mrs I 1) 1\01'1'\ Drew H"di..h _ _ ____ __ 01 t4I I Hi// y
to complete quota. I I 4'' William ll..nry Nowiiom Hrmiker Mcknight. 153
had ended with C. H. .p" _ __.._____1 10
ters not 11 (harl.i. Robert. C..nl.ur. Htarke. "
he registrants who will be selectt reduced from $ to$2.IL
Runner Dyul > \
destruction upsetting the 44: .,'-.... I. Ovilun, l.raham.; ('ollniY-'III'r. I/iyt. f :
I o fill this quota will be men who 11 R hurt Thomai. KHifurd, / I I
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G.: C, Livingston 123 IJ23Sr"ond
had at least a high school cdu-I' the raiders probably were 41 Pnniel,' llvllumy Hampton. lock, Woods raised from $8 to $15.A. I
homeward. Coast patrol 4r lease I'mhuu Illaekwelilvr, I.lke But- : --------------1- I !9i: I I 9ll.
on have had Middle tim raised from $t toj I IIr. I
some W.
experienceg
not acted on this theory. lee K. 2 :\1. fdtae u. I G0: ; I (;hlJeaar .
ile mechanical lines and shows Theseare tipi i, now closing from all directions 47 48 .Brady'Inmv Thomas Hnlmiii.. lulu',"Iu.. $ .. -- 1homllll _ _____ _-I 1 I i I /151 I I Gi: I a

for mechanical work. I scene of the raider's last exploit.Toll 4H Thom Mnl tl llew.I, 'tt. I.ake Bullrr. ('\NMMJ 1" -iJl\-utSY( I Second Choice Vote 1 1 uo.t I I It

t'r, Gainesville to report to on the June commanding 15th. of Dead Kifty-hiuht. 4\\ Nathan Ovid Manning Young, Lake llalford KtitlerRO T. 1' Wall ___ _______ _.. 1)7 I I 67C 1

--.- -..._ New York June -The toll 61 Richard Aneil' I'arriHh, lake Butler In the last ten days since the canning Unl1 ( omr. Ifat. S :
MIA WILKINSON'CARRIEDTO and missing: from the raid of 02,, Willie Judmin David Sirnw Shaw Hurst. e.raham.ol euilfnnl; factory !began operation two car- ( H. D. May _ _ _ __ __ __ 11 351 21 0 20: 7tJ i

CAMP AS UESElUEn. man submarines against Taylor Young .lake liiitl.rwSIS loadi of 29111! >( eases or I..').),00 runs of J. Morgan _ -------1 1 III I fi I I 12 I)1)1 0 79
the American coast apparently Chan, Wesley I "' .plc... lUmpton.6rt biun rave been cuiircj and hipp''Jl i Second Choice Votes 3 3 I 01 01 2 H
I
ednesday Sheriff; Epperson car-I tonight at fifty-eight, all 57 Guam James Washington rowlar Lak.lake Htitlrr&l Sutler.. with one end of the big labeling room lames Reynolds __--I I 20 2l I 1111 30' 2 Sit, ,
New > < l.ulu. Second Choi"e Voles : 1 01 (0 21 7erar
Elislla Wilkinson, a Bradford steamship (Carolina of the hniiiophf-r C Crawford stacked with cans of beans awaiting I JI
tr..t: Wlllla.Lake ButlerSI
ty boy, to Camp Johnston, deliv- and Porto Rican line Sixteen Awry I'arriKh Uukr labeling and crating It has \been cu ( 'u. natL 1.1.: 1 : 1 .. -I i
him to the authorities there as number are known to have J Alfred 11. flavin. Starke. rnuti'd that 81($) cases are now on J. C. McRite _ _ _. __ 45 89 1'1,1' I
boats Vinrll' Brown l.ulu I.. C. _ _ _ __ 12114\
erter. lie is a son of John Wilkof when one of the ship's 64 Alfred Sam.. Lulu hand ready for shipment The season 1'0W1I I I 55 213( 1
Sapp, and had been stationed in a storm Sunday night : Kiehard Ufimry Keree Lulu; for canning beans is now about half Board I'ub. n.I.1 Itvot. 2: I
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Imp Jackson since his departure vessel had been sunk. It is hop 7 Steve Columbus Hitch MeCulluuKh Nettle.Lake;, Lulu Butler over and if the rums will come in Thomas Hick! ------------8)J- 51; 38 31 1248I'
hut training camp. others have been picked up by a H 0,1.11 John Abernathy. Graham. time the Starke canning factory will :\1. Ihulgett 1 ; 31 3fi I 52i 38 1 1 not:
ing ship. <1 l-aul Bwll Hravatt. Htarke. outstrip the factory ut I'lant City, Board l'ub. Ind. I hNt. 3: :
Wilkinson absented himself ) rank Mryant. Starke
>ung ut leave Lewes, Del., June 5.- Frvin Dyal Graham. there being a keen ,'competition between n. W. :Moore _ h_ __ __ 12 I l8 I 171 171 4' fiK
his
from to comet
camp vail here that German U-boats .2 William Henry rainon. Raifnrd. the two factories in the matterof :!' !!' l : 85' ,I. '1371 I 1 _h.! 19121+ll1a
see his mother, who was seri- ..I Arthur Willlama, Hlarke :.. _ -
ill, and shortly before he plano raided coastwise shipping on 74 Hladw M. tlaaner. Starke. getting( the largest number of can- ( ... I'ilhollt."rHtI r i! I r T'l 1 1 I "
and Monday have strewn the ,0 ;rneat Mk. Futch. Lawtey. ned henna ruaiiy. for shipment. At M. (' I I ; ''I I I Ii 106 fJ .
return to camp and give him- ware bay and the waters .6 7 Oscar K.Tlllia fctnekland. Starke.Hrtnica present this factory is in the lead. I J.BSIIN> ----------1"- I I 11971/ I I I I 197 ,1
up he arrested by officers, Htarke7H : III
was they Delaware capes with floating Ju.tph K Kuaivr, l..e Butler Upon being asked about the num
under instructions from Ten mines have been found it Clarence Aubrey Kiteh. Kaiford. her of cans of beans= they expect to put I
authorities. While accord- ported and government mine Willie "pll"". Lake UutlurI up thin season, Mr R C, Hutcherson that it would give all\ the room once it is established Syrup in another -
D Hitch .
I Green Htarke
o the military law he is lookedas era are searching for others. Jeff Gnff... Lawtey"J stated that it was their intention in needed but the steady growth of the I commodity the factory expect; to
a deserter, his friends in thisy Jam. Harlie Crawford. Lake But!.,. use some 140,000) ) cans! for this sea- business demands still more floor make for the farmers in the fall.
fully believe that he only de- ('On };BUILDING 'I Robert Henry Green UrookerT the Bland hundred,
> Monroe Hediiman, Lake. Butler son's product, and if the beans can Sr>IICCAs building now it From eighty to one persons -
to be with his mother during NEARING:'; CO : be secured 1 it is. a safe 'bet that he will is about 40x200 feet with an upper mostly women und boys, are engaged r

ickness and that he had no in- e in the modern new store the old do it, for he is anxious to make a record /floor used, for storage of cans in this work and the weekly
n of permanently remaining The brick building corner stores that stood on this corner for the Starke* factory Next season this factory will contract payroll\ amounts to between $
Unable to obtain a leave of Walnut streets, is rapidly years.L He also stated that it would be necessary with the farmers for the growing I7.-.0.;

le for a few days he decided to completion. The entire front C. Powell, the owner, has bad to add another forty feet to of the black-eyu pea. Several __. ---- --
the regulations and come any- part of the side facing Walnut I Cooper employed for sev- the length of the building 1 before the cases of these peas will be canned this I'armers of liroward county are

has been replaced by large plate weeks on the remodeling of this season for the canning( of sweet potatoes year all samples and sent to the various turning their attention to the raising
ore his entrance into military windows, the old tin awning ; and when completed will be opens. In a previous issue of the markets. This pea is grown hereIn of high grade cattle. A herd of high

e he was a teacher In various replaced by one of modern tine store building for Starke Telegraph it was told of an addition large quantities, has a fine flavor I grade Holsteln heifers has recently
Is over the county and is widely tion, the interior has been boa.t of. being bulit to the factory with the and will doubtless have a ready sale been brought into that section.
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t Germans Saturday in a continuation :''ualties and also left 100 prisoner --

of their mighty strokes gamed several I Between the Aune and Ourcr.. . .w

I l of the WarFRIDAY additional \illage and then attempted :ers the German have captured Per-
Summary to proceed fartehr westward. mag- I nmr.t and to the south of that village, w jt

nxfic nt opposition was imposed by the the French have ceded a little terrain. q
newly strengthened !lines and with In the Ourcq valley they also! '"'JK
the French force the of Neuilly La Porte iVeuil'l CHAMBERlTABLETS
marks the beginning cf the expected terrific smashes, recaptured town
movement toward Paris, Long Pont, Corey, Faverol- 'ly La Poterie ) seven and one-half
Slowly Hun Horde Under Crown turning miles! northwest of Chateau Thiery, ''
which the Germans were believed;. to lei and Troesr.es. vantage points in
i Prince Are Being Halted! hate planned. If the town has been the center of the line leading to the in fighting during\ which the place :
Slowly, but surely, the plunge of the the Germans forest of ViUers CottereU. whichseemi :changed hands several times.. In the ,, I
taken in its entirety may
German crown prince' armies is being down the Marr.e. to be the present objective ofthe ''regIon between the Oise and the Aisne I
be expected to move
halted by the French and Eirtifh I Germans have been unable to advance -
here. the ,
Before they can fast in this direction enemy what need madam.
go
armies. While the momentum of the however it will be necessary for The German, however, still havein ; anywhere. The losses of the THIS(j is just you Many

German masses has not as yet spent them to break the French line southof their possession the village of Vau- Germans near Pernant were extremely who were troubled with indigestion a
slack ,
itself, there has ben a notable and far
Soissons, for as long as the French rertu, lying west of Soiasons I heavy.
ening in its advance during the past stand firm along the SoissonsHartenne ther south, Sacomm-Ef-Brtuil. Chaa- There is still only moderate activity sallow muddy skin indicating biliousness and
day. The chief efforts of the Germans road the German advance is in dun Licy and Bouresches, the last along) the line held by the British ,
now seem to be devoted to the widening jeodpardy.< The Germans, however, named directly west of Chateau Thi- I in Fanders and Picardy where patrol }i habitual constipation have been permanently cured
of the gap they have torn in the A little to the southwest of Chateau activity and bombarding continue.
claim already to have crossed the line. ery.
position of the allies between Pinon Gen. Foch, the Commanderinchiefof Thiery the er.emy has reachedthe I Full confidence in the outcome of by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using

and Brimont. This work seems to desperate beprol'ressinjl' the allied forces has not as yet }[arne. > the war again has been expressed by these tablets they felt miserable and despondent
the
4 slowly against brought' his I:8UT\'es into action. All Nowhere has there been any attempt the supreme war council of the allies ;

resistance of the allied forces.back reports! from the field of battle tell of : by the invaders to cross the which has just gone over the entire {A Now they are cheerful and happy and relish their
The French, having fallen the allied forces being vastly outnum ,river, and at all points, east of Chateau situation resulting from the big Ger- :
from the limits of the city of Sois- bered. Thiery they are hugging the man offensive, although it was stated I II meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.

, sons, have stood their ground against; The German offs ial report claims northern bank of the stream. It is that the allied nations "may be still
the attacks of the enemy, and the German that more than 45,0(10 prisoners and not improbable, however that the taco 'I'exposed' to critical days." i
official l statement fails to show tics of the Germans have in view the by.
theday's 400 guns have been taken by the Teu I Additional attacks on shipping I
material advances there during tons since the beginning of the battle fording of the river when the time is ', German subamrines off the Atlantic

fighting.On Monday, not counting Large numbersof more propitious, for the center of the I! coast have been reported. A majority I
the eastern end of the fighting' machine guns. This may be compared line between Chateau Thiery and ty of the persons aboard vessels sunk I -:-

line some of the forts before Rheimsare with the German claims of more Rheims they have pushed back the by the underwater craft have reached I tbe iYLDi6 D383 3 D3 oooW+ Mi.Fi"i'i'i"p
said to have fallen, which was to II
and 1,200 allied front across! the Rheims-Dor- short.
than 90,000 prisoners guns
were be expected outflanked from by the the fact tide that of Invasion they- captured from March 21 to April 5 in mans road between Olizy-Viclaine andVille i HOT WEATHER f
i En TardenoU and are pressing
battle.
the Picardy ;
LIKE AN ELECTRIC .
south
the
that has swept far to .
onward toward the Marne. This is the
American soldiers are in action in
of the city. the the Picardy and Toul sectors. At Can- : only point on their left wing, however I BUTTON ON THE TOES NECESSITIES i
The fighting has taken on aspect i
of the first invasion of France in tigny they again have repulsed repeated -, where the enemy has been able ii
to make fresh gains, notwithstanding
them
German attacks to oust
1914. the advance of Von Mackensen Tells Why Corn is So Painful i
a
i
from the position which they captured the fact that he has thrown new divisions

along Picardy the in Dunajec March and After the breaking fighting the in early"_ in the week, while in the into the field. And Says Cutting Makes i With the coming of hot weather you should provide :

French and British defensive posi- Toul sector they have attacked German "-I' -r ESD'u: Them Grow. : yourself with the necessities to make life more com :

tions, but not breaking the allied line, positions, penetrated' them to a fortable. I have a full line of :
their depth of almost a half mile and destroyed German Drive Checked But Not Entirely
the Germans are again moving
forces out in a fan-shaped figure, the German defenses. I' Stopped Press an electric button and you Ii 2ti ti FREEZERS WATER COOLERS :
fighting hardeston the fianks of the German airmen have been adding Although it cannot be saidthat the form a contact with a live wire which I
extreme front of their advance. horrors to the fighting by their delib- Germans, in their new offensive have rings the bell. When your shoes press : Full line of small articles. :
erate attacks on hospitals back of the been definitely stopped fithere Is, never .
\, The situation, while apparently ex- against your corn it pushes its sharp Screen home to keep out the fly and the mos .
.
allied lines.Disorders your
theless, a marked diminution in the :
tremely serious, has not assumed the roots down upon a sentsitive nerve
critical aspeet of the fighting late in in Ukraine are reported.It i speed with which they started out, and you get a shock of pain. quito. Window screens in all sizes and kinds. SaveS i

March.: The allies are reuniting theenemy's is stated that several villages near I land their gains since Saturday have Instead of trimming your corns, your wife's temper by buying a :
) attacks Kiev were drenched with poisonous been relatively small when compared
'. ground when overpowered subbornly, and, always giving gas by the Germans, and that whole with i I those of previous days. which into merely makes drug store them and grow ask, just fora : BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE :

maintaining a solid front. communities were asphyxiated. | And according to accounts of unofficial step quarter of any an ounce of freezone. This : No hot sweltering days over a wood stove. Cook in :

I" The wave of the advance is now approaching ( observers, wherever they have I will cost but very little but Is it is suf- : comfort on one of our oil stoves. :
been able of allied
SL'.NDAYTeutons stiffening the
the valley of the Marne, : since ficient to remove every hard or rott .
the nearest approach to that avenue Hammer at Allied Lines in lines to obtain new positions, an I
toward Paris being at the village of Endeavor to Reach Paris 'exhorbitant price in lives, has been ex- I corn or callus from one's feet. A few i JONES HARDWARE i

Vezilly which lies at the extreme apex With their left wing touching the acted from them. So great have been drops applied directly upon a tender, ,
of the Gorman wedge and is about :Marnee and their right linking with the casualties suffered that the Prussian { aching corn stops the sorenes sinstantly .

I seven miles from the river. In 1914 the Picardy battle front at Noyon, the I guards division, the "pride of the 'I' and soon the corn shrivels up so Z! Starke, !
German crown prince," is declared to 'it lifts right out, root and all, without Fla..t4
the Germans advancedover a frontextending Germans in their new offensive are
I from Braine, just east of hammering the allied line apparentlywith ,have ben withdrawn from the battle. |' pain. This drug freezone is harmless '.'F'H-t--vN+H'H..N'H.t'H-N+ : !-34+M Yry+H+'". ......
Soissons to Vauquois, a little '.vest of the hope of crushing in the Sois- { Particularly hard fighting again has I'and never inflames or even irritates I
skin. Adv. (141)
the surrounding -
been in between Soissons andi
Verduir. After having reached the sons salient and opening up the way progress
Marne, the Teutons turned the forceof to Paris by way of the Marne and Chateau Thiery. where the Germansare --

their advance toward the west, and the Oi e. They are reported to be u!- endeavoring to push further for- AMERICAN RED CROSS CALLS
they may be expected to repeat their ing well on towards three-quarters ofa ward to Paris, but not alone have the I FOR NURSES:

tactics of four years ago. million men in this effort. I[:French troops almost everywhere successfully I When You Get Right Down To It
The reserve forces at the commandof Although; the enemy occupies the withstood the onslaught hut ;,i| To supply the acute need of nurses

Gen. Foch are now coming into action northern bank of the Marne for a on several sectors themselves have reported by Surgeon General Gorgas
on ground chosen for the combatby stretch of a dozen miles east from the taken the initiative and gained ground. :and to enroll additional nurses for the

that master strategist, and it is vicinity of Chateau Thiery he teems'i As a whole, the situation along this 1 Navy :Nurses' Corps, the American
possible that a blow of tremendous to have made no serious attempt to I line is relatively' unchanged. i.I Red Cross started on June 3rd an Intensive it t you cannot do better thai
be struck somewhere force cro..lnthe The German war office at last has campaign of ten days to enroll
proportions!! may a / only efforts in i, F,0 make your automobile repa- W
1 along the front of the German wave, this direction that have been reported I Admitted that the allied line on the (graduate nurses eligible for military
or on its western side, which seems<< to Icing! made in small force. These west has been reinforced by fresh un- service i j and to encourage high' school understand just what it rand -".

be open to an attack which might were<< vigorously repulsed by the its, but it asserts that they have not :and college graduates to become nuts- can often) save you n .
crumple up the German<< armies to the French !I been able to hold the positions to 'ies in the Army School of Nursing .' 4l.4
east of SoiKsons. The main trend of the enemy effortis [ which they were assigned. Nevertheless i and in municipal and other hospitals. .,j;. pensive work later on if v"

The Americans who captured Can- westward, and with this purpose i the fact is patent from an observation i I The purpose of this campaign is tot I iM' inspect your car occasiona', n'
tigny have beaten off attack after at- seemingly fully developed Gen. Foch of the war maps that almost add before January 1st more than ,!
tack by the Germans. Large German i disposing his forces to resist it. everywhere in this region the German 115,000 additional nurses to the Army i I ..re practical people and hh,

forces are said to have been gatheredto Already the French seem to be in considerable ,line, for the moment at least, is being and Navy Corps, which have already fP + .enable prices. .

retake the village, and they have strength in the path of the hard held. secured more than 10,000 military
s.1 Wo will have
From Chateau eastward through the of the American another -
launched savage assaults at theAmer- crown prince's drive west of the Sois- I Thiery ,nurses agency
icans but the latter, with rifle and sons road to Chateau Thiery and the [I along the Marne and! thence to Rheimsthe I Red Cross. This is believed ; of the famous Briscoe1- "I

machine gun fire, have mowed down noon day report from Paris Saturday situation is virtually unchangedfrom ,,to be the largest number of graduate week
that of Sunday. The now nurses ever mobolized for any army
the advancing Teutons. Along the recorded considerable successes in resisting enemy
American held portions in the Toul : this pressure which is being holds the southern bank of the :Marne I The Southern Division quota for ,
r for distance of about fifteen miles this campaign is ftften hundred nurse
and Luneville sectors there have been !'!exerted in great strength.The a ,
several spirited engagements' but nowhere I Germans at last reports had ':but as yet he has made no serious endeavor es, which will l be divided among the
I I' , have the Germans succeed in' succeeded in penetrating: from two to cross the stream. five states of the Divison by :Miss Briscoe Sales & Service CompanySTARKE

penetrating the American lines. i| and one-half to nearly four miles at I The news of what it has cost the Jane Van" de Verde, Division Directorof

1 The allied positions in the Flanders points west of this road. They were |I German armies in men killed, wounded Nursing, according to the nursing FLORIDA

: sector,. have been subjected to born. j stopped, for the time being, at leastat or made prisoners in the present I resources of the states in question ,

" \ ._. rdments but the only infantry fighting i Chaudun, three miles from the battle is reaching Germany through' j sub-divid-ed
there has been initiated by:, they' road!, which the French first lost and no less authoritative source than the
French near Dickenbunch lake, south then retook in desperate fighting and semi-offical Nord Deutsche Allgeme- II of the state and every Red Cross organization

)., of Ypre, who improved their positions ,: likewise before Chouy and Neuilly-St. I! ine Zeitung. This journal prints a letter is urged to spare no ef-
i.. as the result of an attack on the Front, to the south. Just below Sois- from a German colonel at the front :fort toenroll the full number of nurses
\ who the people to bear their b the teD of the
Germans.The I sons the crown prince's troops were, urges : nre days cam McCALL'S MAGAZINEFor
, J fighting on the Italian front forced back on the Crine river, which losses with patience and confidence. paign have passed.

has not been of an unusual character.SATURDAY I runs on a north end south line through:'I Little fighting aside from the usual CROSS June
i that town. In the engagements or small affairs between raiding parties THE AT LOOKER
I
} this front several hundred : 'Is taking place on the Flanders front. r? June-the month of weddings and
I British have The branch of the Red Cross at :
1 were taken the eiThe I carried out successful
by French and in
, ::1 Huns Plunged With Great :Momentumand Soissons fighting' especially the Ger raids. on several sectors and taken Brooker desires to thank the people { "; l. commencements, gardens and
Reich Point on Marne I mans nearly 300 prisoners. who responded to the call and cent: rimed out-of-doors the passing f frt
suffered terrific punishment. I; ( ,
Plunging southward, with its momentum \.
\
In the Italian the of this .
' I Near the :Marne, in the theatre the operations so liberally to cause
vicinity of : the
Germanwar Spring
still the
unspent, | continue of a minor character great and glorious institution that is if \\ begin /:""\
Chateau Thiery important ;
I
machine has driven its wedge)I railway / I
into the allied lines along the front points on the river, the situation is I i American aviators are giving!' good ,accomplishing so much in the interestsof ; \ ing of Summer, and ...tf ..,
;
I
accounts of themselves over the bat- humanity. Your contributions are r' the
\ [somewhat obscure but the French : .t opening of v
until its apex has reached the Marne apparently 1 C T
the line in France. highly and will :! -
il have Since April 14, appreciated by us '
river south of Fere-En-Tardenois. The a protecting line flung' \ thevacabonlleaaon ,
.
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when they first took the air offensive greatl assist in caring for the dying
northwest
in -
from the Marne at Char- '""' "tJ
desperate efforts of the French and F : "
,
I British to stem the tide against the\ te'e8. three and one-half miles northeast (l operations, they have shot down alleviating the pain of the sick and ; -.;" ,_ 1 --is near.
of Chateau |''at least thirty-three enemy planes and wounded l on the battlefields at the i It /
invaders have served only to slow i Thiery and linking up I f ,. y McCall' Magazine, I
with their north themselves only lost seven. front where the great struggle is on ;.4 McCall' Fashion \
down the rate of speed of the German I and south line above Sheet :
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I advance; the defenders of the heights | the latter town, which the Germansare I I for the maintaining of our Freedomand 'j\\y. 'jt, \ and the New Summer t-;;, '" l''
strongly threatening. I I WEDNE.DAYGreat Liberty.We Book of Fashions, quarterly .;
north of the :Marne seem to have been .'
aside in the rush oLthe I Rheims on the left of the German; Drive in West also wish to thank Col. D. E. 'I 'I g i contain, for your ti
swept I'nl'myI German Brought Knight :Mr. Gaskins and Rev. S. S. J I 1 I \ benefit a election of
toward the road to Paris. advance is still in allied hands, and to a !Standstill i delightful, economical
,
Proctor for their kindness in comingout J Ii j
.I Aside from the movement of the in general there is little apparent ef- i From drives on wide fronts the German and organizing the Chapter. "r hi I \ and therefore patriotic r
German southward two other :fort on the of the ': offensive in France \ t '
armies part Germans to enlarge has deterio- Great credit is also due the soliciting 'I ,- --ff \1 dettgnt of urimery t t1
,j significant incidents of the tremendous I their salient in this direction, j rated into isolated attacks along the I committee for their untiring efforts garment! for every occasion. ..1ad
, f battle have occurred. One is ''except at its narrow edge which they area between Soissons and Chateau I, i \ -, .
who r
the
composed following teams \
I that the Germans have extended their are making some headway in broadening Thiery and eastward to the :Name in : -1-- -

: f; attack to the northwest, along the I along the :Marne. The line between the general direction of Rheims.! I Thelma Team Wart No 1.Mrs.C. G.B. B.Colson Colson Miss and L7.Jn.S'\ : McCALL

I Ailette river, from which the French Rheims and the Marne takes I Although in these attacks the enemy Miss
Pearl Lewis.
:i I have fallen back for some distance. ,' the general' course of the Dormans- is still using large effectives and | Team No. 2. Mrs Allie Shriver. ---G-J:; :: PATTERNS i :
The other is that the battle has extended Rheims road. !great numbers of gum, he is being
I Misses Olga Ward, Annie Hazen
1 to the of Rheims which I held almost and
east Paris military commentators report everywhere from furtherproll'Tf.'U Mr. Carl Lewis. for June
city during the first few days of the 1 and on the j..tSJ
I. the masses of the allied various sectorscompl'lJed
reserves beginning Team
Mrs.
| No. 3. J. L. Baxter, :Mr.
battle formed
I the \xtrcme eastern to take part in the action and to assume the defensive Scott Anderson, Miss Inez Abernathy wale a:91 Sk4HB3: Now on Sale Dr... S3<4
/ end of the battle line against vicious blows delivered the
. litdtnelopes that American by
already
troops and! Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. :
. Along the Hide of the salient form. ', in American, French and British forces
are the battle
area stationed l I The
ed by the rapid German advance to''I, at points whence their intervention The Americans on the sections of the etecutive committee composed A. M. DARBY Starke Fla.
following
r' the :Marne, the French and British, I where :
[would he easy when the time is cosiderect they are alone or brigaded withallied I Mrs. John Shriver. Mrs Allie ,
have been holding their positions gal favorable troops everywhere are fighting --
lantly. South of the Soixsons the I ,with Shriver. Mr. I. P. Ward. Mr. L. A.
.:, ) N'ew- from the Italian front reflects a pint of abandon that places Brown
chairman :Mr
; I. B. Pinholster ----- ----
French have defended their line with them
the opinion that rightly in the category' veter-
y ,. $. such vigor that the Germans: have not I Austro-Hungurmn the offensive long is expected likely ,un<. Near the Neuilly ( Veuilly ) secretary. near White House Sunday i ('
I),. made much impression upon it. On to open shortly. I wood. which lies northwJn/ of the "CLAY HILL NOTES :Mr. Albert DuBose of Starke, wasa 1: ston Sunday.
. !" the other side of the battle area the I Chateau Thiery and at the point'I pleasant visitor to Mr D. Lang Sun :Miss Ruby Strickland '!." ihasfor

J I> British are still holding" the forts of( I! MOMlV-: |iwher', the drive has brought. the enemy Clay Hill. June :-f.-Mr. II. B. Hud- day. her home at Kingsle I

4,' Rheims and positions just west. p crest! Paris, the Americanshave son and Fred Lang made a business Mr. Lucas Wilkinson and wife motored Mrs. F. D. Lang and :liI '
\ Between the .xtier..e, : sides of the \IIie Forcing Hun Back. Cup- [ I.eaten off'! r;,
a strong 'rman a'itacl trip to Lawte)' on Monday. to Sanderson Saturday.Miss ler, motored to
ii salient the front saps toward i the luring Srtrral; Towns I <. anon l the Marne at .'.Inulgonno.northeiit 1 :Mrs. B. C. Carter and Mrs[ L. "-S. Clara Prescott i I Late"1.1.I .-
and MUs Mf5.V.
south, the line fn m I Kheims to the The strength of Oen Foch's re- of Chateau Thier, fighting r.rter visited Mrs. Ruby I I A. Starling
Marne running to the southwest at n, selves hall I cen felt loy the armies of fhoul'i: 'r to shoulder with th' French, Sunday. Jas. Strickland ville Strickland attended. church at Max- Jd*. Strickland Sunday
gentle angle, while the French nr:, th Ortnnn: crown prince in the "bat- Sunday.Mr. I '--
they have aider
: in forcing the first I Mr. L. W. WiIVin. made Alonzo !
on basl- Strickland
of ,
'tin a ,
"
"' for Pairs. Klnusley If the
front the think
holding a at right angles to
contingent of the grown ups
to the
I enemy cross ness trip to Clayton I Lake I 'KI
Friday. visited his
direction of the German advance. I End of the line running from Sois- I Marn. ?nin. In this last engagement I Rev. Ju Strickland filled his land, brother Jas. Strick- I I difficult process the dan !/' ..
and
i regular Sunday
Monday.
The of Chateau to Chateau Thier '. have
occupation tThlerj! sons ) where the the Germans suffered severe cas- ; appointment at the Mrs worked in the can
Baptist church Geo.
Wilkinson and two
sons, I will show them how.
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I the Misses Edwards Sunday afternoon the National" Chairman F, A. Vuniler- J ABOUT BATHING SUITS
News of Florida
in Short
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Paragraphs. ,
I lip in which the details for this National I
.. _u..u.n.ua. wnuuuanuiiniul by his two brothers Bau- upon. II and Other Summer Delights ,

Live State News J da and Edward and Truby Pinholster, I I It is expected that a sufficient I ;
L visited\ Old Bradford Sunday evening amount of pledges will be secured on
:Mr. Cunningham; is trying to get upa I I this day to complete the quota for

Told by Our Exchanges. sing, which will benefit the com- every state in the Union which is
NECESSITIES OF THE SEASON.
___ munity very much. bused on $UO:: per capita for every man, I

__ n __ _ .__ -' Secba Edwards: visited Worthington woman and child.
- -- -- Sunday afternoon Florida has raised but about one-
The people of Crystal Springs who their overripe tomatoes. These here- Mr T. B, Edwards and daughter, twentieth of its quota thus far and AltOUT HA TII INC. SUITS: : I) 'and simply enjoy: the breakers from
(went daffy over the dasheen have now tofore have going to waste. Elma, and Miss Beulah Farnell were many other States have-not done) even (J'I'IIEU SltMMKlt!: : : DELIGHTS; a dry standpoint. Rugs and pillows ,

[adopted the Belgian hare as their hobby transacting business in Starke on this well so it was decided that intensive I'ur sand parties, too, may bo of this 4
What should prove to be a popularbill :Monday.Mr. campaign is ne'ccssary. Only one Necc>-HHitie of The Scaion year's colors. Guy; indeed is the kaleidoscopic 1 "
in Florida, particularly at the C. M. Andreu and wife visited I state in the Union has completed its New Yolk, June 6.-This warm scene. The bright: sweaters
Growers all over the state arc saidto shipbuilding centers such as Tampa Mrs.: Mell Thomas Sunday evening. quota-Nebraska. Missouri is nery weather is i making our thoughts turniiearhwurd ,unit, sloevk-Ks blouses, sports costumes

[ be receiving a much better price Pensacola and Fernandma has been Sunday School progressing nicely. near to its quota and :Mississippi\ is and an a consequence and, gingham dresses vie with the ,
I for their Irish potatoes than a few 1 introduced in the house by Rep. Waiter Let everybody come. Remember the the only Southern :State: that has bathing suits hold n new fascinationFor bathing l suits themselves for the lion"

days ago. Kehoe of Pensacola. This measure time 3,30 o'clock. reached as high! as 50 percent of its us. This year the, styles in bathing share-. of attention.Tin '
I would require( that all registered Quite a crowd of young folks wentto quota. suits! 8el'l1to have taken a turn Color Campaign
The name of Norris G. Stokes LaCrosse alien enemies should wear an identification the river Saturday afternoon and I, -.------- for the b..tteThe colors chosen are I t t
I Fla., is among the casualties buttons!:, marked "Registerei enjoyed the good bathing.: I $300: III'LI. DON: ,\'m: > AS i'ui vnroit more subdued and! in .better hate, the There is quite! a good deal of talk
I reported last: week from the European Alien Enemy." C ,V. Edwards was a visitor to FLA. itms- TORN: CLUBS: skirts of the suits are !longer; in fad ami many suggestions being made just
! battle front Brooker Saturday. I' hey are more practical without losing ut present fur discontinuing tho cus- b

There is no longer a G. A, R Postin T, II, Edwards and son, Seeber, were Jacksonville. Flu., June 4,-A beautiful any of their charm. Then, too, ,lam (IfH'IIrinIC black Many people f
R L. Harper recently editor of the Gainesville, the old veterans having visitors to Worthington Wednesday purebred'' Shorthorn bull, valued he: materials are chosen, ns a rule, : urge Hint it will have a bud! effect on
Fellsmere Tribune, is now the business : about all\ died or moved away. So it i I"I : evening. Ht $'!00, has been donated by the for their appropriate-ness. Heavy mi- thu morale of our soldiers in this ; ,

I manager of the Ocala Daily and that there was no official memoria Quite a lot of huckleberries are being American Shorthorn Bree'ilem' Association tins and tafTotas are used for the country and urge that the Government ; 4
( Weekly Banner. :I services on Thursday. However C. : gathered.Miss a- it-,!State pries for the boys' 'special" suit; mohair and poplin are ask that it be discontinued' for .
I r E., Whiting and James Rowney, took Cecil\ Raborn was the guest of corn club work in Flori.id this year. dost seconds, and then the* woolen the duration of the war. In England: z oj 1
In Lee county ;many farmers have I flags and. marked the graves of all\ Miss Georgia Edwards Sunday. "This line bull will be awarded to materials. are sparingly used on account probably 1 the t most conventional of the ;}
made good from peppers this year. 1 the comrades who sleep in the ceme :Mrs C. :M. Andrea recently received i the boy who makes a good! showing in of the Joveimm-nt's! appeal for Allies, t there is very little black being yr ',I'
I Some growers have cleared as high as tery. It certainly was a sad occasion; a letter from her son, who left I the corn club and! whom we believe wool conservation worn-that is, porportiotmtcly./ Atone J'' to
$1,200 from one acre of land. only two left to do the act. : home. lie went to Jacksonville and will take the best care of I ho animal," tune., of course, thin. was. on account l'
has secured employment in the machine says (!l. I., Herrington Boy's! Corn L.' I."" of the ditliciilty of obtaining Ihe-
Cecil Tucker, 11, son of :Mr. and The two-pound sample of wool shops. Club lender. ... black dye! but the plea of the psychological j ,

Mrs. Elliot Tucker was drowned late grown on the sheep of the White C :M. Andreu was a visitor to Brooker The lust condition indicates that the V effect has also been very strong
Monday afternoon near their home six: House yard, Washington,; L). C., and :Monday. bull will not be awarded! to any boy there There is u new slogan; to add t r
miles southeast of Dude City. offered for sale, by President Wilson t -- -- who will turn the animal out among .. to our already lung list, "colors will
-allowing two pounds! to each State To Cure a Cold In One Day. cattle fever ticks as the prize wouldbe -'s. win tho war." After nil, this is. .a matter r
Farmers of Browurd county are -the proceeds to go; to the Red Cross, Take. LAX VTIX'K HROMO Quinine.. It ntore the in great danger of being: killed by /ftJT t that must be decided by the /person s a

turning their attention to the raisins was purchased by S. Rosin, Arcadia, Cough I>."..orla.end. rrtitml llpmlnche tnonrv end If works it fiiUit off the to Cold.CUT, the lick and the boy would be no better ( though there .are many statistics ,
| of high grade cattle. A herd of high Fin., and Thomas Gaskins, Jr., Arcadia u. W, UKOVK b BliniHtiwe. on each bo... NUcJITNE off than if he had not won it. \ te> show the effect on the individual of
grade Holstein heifers has recently! Flu., at $150 per pound. said Mr.Mleriingtem\ is planning on organizing I various "happy" colors. ji
28 is; TO BE NATIONAL ( 1 ,
been brought into that section. Rosin and Gaskins, Jr., being the highest DAY calf clubs in six Floridacounties ,w Frills and l'"urhl'o'NTlwl'l' '
WAR SAVINGS
:
bidders. The opt.nedby the best _f;, : 11
package was where there are n '- r ; t
' i A
Jacksonville is playing in big luck Gov. Catts in the presence of i a June the 28th has been designatedby porlumtii'K for introducing good; MtOl'k.but ; : 'J' '.'\ me any number of ways of ,
so far as securing government en. number of the state house officials. the locations! will depend to some k :1 k : t freshening up I tho! last year's! elrens.'
War Committee f I'
the National Savings
i iI i, A collar and! cuff set of thiN will
terprises: is concerned. The latest extent upon the prospects!, for early I year
\ a National War Savings Day.In I'', '" elo wonders. "'I
thing to come her way is one of the Camp Johnston near Jacksonville, and school district releaseform tick fever quarantine.This I I I' ,' ''l ," The tiny ruffles in the
city, town : J
every II i sleeves of ,
the foulard
big concrete shipbuilding plants, to be has a "visiting zone" now for women in the United States this day county should make every effortto I ', ";i...,' tho or satin dre-ss, ,'
established there.A and girls; and the rules laid down by; will be observed National War Savings meet the conditions BO it will be .. I i" 'I' ,.''o" new girdle of brocaded! ribbon and
I Lieut. Col. Willard in a general orde and as which the possible, for us! to get one of the calf I i'' 'I.i, I the dainty tie elo their part in thesimplest (
day
Day as a on
$50,000 crate factory is to be established will prohibit women from entering the citizens will take measure of their clubs, und encourage our farm boys in "l" : I I / way. Then, too, the over- :

I at Daytona Application for I camp after 9 p. m., unless they have ability to save and serve the Govern handling good live stuck. f' V.t: ill. '?
; a charter is already pending. This special passes. If found outside the ment. It is expected that President --.----- j/ ): h'k !
will be the first plant of the kind to visiting zone after dark and if their! Wilson will issue a proclamation naming The 1'oiitacostui Holiness church atRaiforei 1\\ \ .itt1i .
: be established in Volusid county. The conduct is manifestly improper, they; this day officially and that Governor will start a meeting on Wednesday \ '
| plant will manufacture crates for citrus will be taken into custody\ and turned night before the fourth Sunday tj .
Catts will also issue a proclamation until Sun- 1j 1\ i
fruit and vegetables. over to the civil authorities, and if hi' in June and continue
of all
; to the same end and Mayors :
nerved, the .
will be j
under Dinner on
is a soldier he will be placed day. I ,
confined in the house. cities will proclaim it. ground Sunday. Everybeidy,; invitedto YI r:, \ yl
arrest and guard :
Ben Thomas, K. llallman and State Director I) J, Fl' C Griggs and ( dinner. t r 9j ", 'lsI'
[ George Long, three negroes of Moore This has been found necessary to come and bring: a basket '
:Manager of Publicity Goode M. Guer- 'u't
will be, conducted by H. J. 4 I, \ '
maintain the of the The meting I
Haven, were sentenced Monday by discipline camp. ry have just returned from n confer. .Ai' ,''t ;VI {If
Thomas and workers.Wartime
I Judge Whitehurst in Arcadia to serve
and! ('ii
All Furtive Biilliing Suit |p
I three months on the county roads for John White alleged to have cursed J If: :

manufacturing and selling moonshine the Red Cross, didn't remember he I The fctylem lire really !so sensible ,
I liquor. I had done so when arraigned before II o planned, for eonifoit UK well. There \ r
Judges Tom Watson' in police court in i are high shoes that luce well up the n'l J Jt II! I I
The case against Editor Sparkmanof I Tampa, in fact seemed somewhat sui I leg t that elo away e-ntirely with ever I, 'I 'J
[ Daytona, charged with attemptingto prised when his memory was jogged I present annoyance eif Keeping, thin y I I dJ, Li.
{ bribe the county solicitor of Volusia by :Mack 1'/11 k'r. a reporter to whom stot' I'; there are bulbing suits J 1 i'j' "
I
county has been dismissed under 'he had made some very damaging .il l13rs. with i4nliutu special; iirriingumentM: .) 'f I J f ;.

{ habeas corpus proceedings by Judge I'gation"Il''ul'dinlt to Mi t'urki'r'testimony. w.. i II lie knees that hold, up the Mtockiugs;; "
Perkins This end the case unless the The outbutst which Iorlll (hi.n- are any number of new eiipu' nod \r"( I'' htetLh ItfJ
solicitor derides tll bring othercharges I White in trouble took plmir< m, an : huts that iiru absolutely waterproof,,
( loon on Franklin si, and I Mi: 1'mkiireported i decora-
|I mUll to be wui'n undei mure !
the matter to tin' pulmWhite '' '
to throw
MM" ones' ; and tbeieare uapos/
A ipei-ml" ) pi-imit from the oil division will have no tioublt in n" '111' in ,''about). one on the wily to or from the } ll
)f the United States fuel administration bering however, that he1 hn,, ':flu duy-; ,'neh. \\
I must he obtained before delivery : to serve in the Blockade, nnpiiM) I of road ads, asphalt, road binding Judge Watson II
tar binderm dressings for roa any ,county 01 municipality in I'IoriIa i W. C. Groves, formerly; in the made of heavy satin that will (not be I "

|< State Road Commissioner! is sending I wholesale liquor business in Westt I I a t spoilt i>y water, There is no necessity V
out information to this effect. I Palm Bench, until the county K. for wearing, an uiult-i! "garment; Wild (Healed' :JskirM; and :.simpleNait;i
dry, has recently got a great drat ol s v.ilh this suit an it M joineel under\ t thu
Report from Pasco county are to notoriety by reason of a bout in which leg and J the effect that the present! crop of he seemed to be interested that was j The.culf is bultoried snugly above the bu worn. with different waists und the

corn m that section, is the best ever laden with whiskey and which was jI r knee, and if stockings are worn, they same skill. Pai.Nols and, sun-hula '
[before, A large acreage has been I intercepted I in the Florida East Coast I may be attached to the cuff, The mill belling to! the delightful side e>f life In t'
(planted this year. Other crops of the canal. The authorities believe it was buttons! on the shoulder, TIll cup summer, and I there mu rniiiiy new ...
[staple kind have been planted in pro- I intended for distribution in Palm worn with it is extremely simple. and styles in th<'lII. Sometimes the wide
{portions which insure plenty of hog Bench county but on the owners! being Responsibility (.:'oUfIIuukinjthe; trimming hand l lieu hummed. bat haa. simple. ) bow 'and j t
land hominy for the people of that sec- i requested to state the destination ill the buck thus making It (fit secure tibbein.'' sometimes it is weighte-d: down' t
tion. I it was claimed, to be consigned to Key ly. A belt can be worn with this. suit with u single rose near thu edge of
West. This matter blew over until Yours and Ours it de-airud. the brine. ; always U i is attractive andbiuiiining I ;
The Harbeauer Tomato Paste Company last week the inquisitive authorities \Kathiiig AeeeHNitriexIhciu I whether it be worn for gur
[ has closed its plant at Fort l-nu-I suspecting something wrong went to are ally number of pretty and di'ii I party or Wai'-iaidi-n; woik. I
derdale. The season just closed! has'''a siding four miles from West Palm National necessity has put a new responsibility useful! accompaniments to the bath :Simplicity; Pe-rHiinilirel
[been a very successful one both to :: Beach and found Groves and his men ing suit. Thu kntllmg bug of rubberized I Another i-xlr<,nn-ly good,. looking I :
jthe owners of the plant and the growlers ;: unloading what looked to be a car of on every motorist. silk or satin is ore' of the bill him; suit is shown. in the illustration
of that section. :Much money has hay. Closer investigation, however,, terms the Summer Girl makes with here. 'Iho skirt is pirated and
{been realized by the growers from I found 400 cases of whiskey therein. Utmost service is demanded-the highest usefulness PurlioliHin.\ Then there are the big the" .livole's., vvait with its round t

--- of yourself and your car. bunch parasols for those who look on ,neck, spells|> || omfoi't.

EVER SALIVATED BY I terprise, and it is expected the castor only considera- I -
CALOMEL HORRIBLE! bean crop will lie sufficiently matured Service and economy are your CORN 1 EAT POTATOES

) for crushing to begin in 110< days tions. .
It will be necessary to install new SAVE

[,Acts Like Dynamite en 1 a SlUg-I'' the:machinery new plant before and operations work for begin this will at Our responsibility goes hand in hand with yours. _ it l WHIAT'I I -1"1 }

gish Liver Day's and Work.You bean start growers at once. evidence Statements that of they castor will As the largest-rubber manufacturer in the world, I J W HEAT ) .

a begin shipping: beans to the Gainesville it is our duty to supply you with tires of unfailing I -
There's no reason way a person plant in two months and they are
{should take sickening, salivating calomel confident the crop will be an excellent reliability and extreme mileage. I, r
when 50 cents buys a large bottle i
one *
Cll Dodson's Liver Tone-a perfect The Gainesville plant will handle all United States Tires are more than making goodin I V vM" i-'l''Jft;' '

[substitute for calomel.It castor: bean crops east of the Mississippi this time of stress. II II />7lM :f*W tib&WW
I
Is a pleasant, vegetable liquid river and the enterprise will be'one
*'hick will start your liver just as sure of the largest and most modernin mileage recordsestablishing I Y I" 1,
y as calomel, but it doesn't make you the country. They are setting new

ick and can not salivate. I The beans will he crushed and converted new standards of continuous IC
Children and grown up folks can oil for militaryair economy
lubricating
effecting
into service- greater
Dodson's Liver Tone, Because itfa !q&\ 0 i
jtake planes for the government, but 1 1
mile. "M"Mi
J
perfectly harmless. aside from the establishment of the rf by reducing tire cost per
Calomel Is a dangerous drug. It is industry it will becomea I il did the Hunt
plant as a war
ercury and attacks your bones. Take permanent industry, for the state n There is a United States Tire for I
dose of nasty calomel today and you providing farmers and growers witha b l commer- TilE BIG ONE WAS FED
ill feel sick and nauseated to- : every car-passenger; or
weak, fertilizer, especially p
high grade:
orrow. Don't lose a day's work. adpated to Florida soil cial-and every condition of AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE

ake a spoonful of Dodson's Liver In addition to oil, castor oil ,cakes -TAe Liquid Ho? Conditioner, F.".".. ."J Warm R.m.*._
will wake motoring.The .
one instead and you up 9
ammonia
eeling great. No more biliousness, one of the most excellent -THE RUNT WASN'T
sources, will be made providing thousands United States Sales
constipation, sluggishness, headache, of tons of fertilizer Florida r t nearest THEY both started life at the name time and weight. They were
oated tongue or sour stomach. Your soil is. peculiarly adapted to the ?rnwng and Service Depot will cheerfully the same feed under the same conditions with one exception 1 1
.druggist if don't find Dodon's . The hili on. get hit Kulnr! dIMe .,f AVALON FARMS' MOO-TONE '
says you horrible of castor beans and opinion are the right tire to the "..... BOil Tonic, Conduiuncr and "nener-and Ihe runt didn't.
Liver Tone acts better than aid in fitting
f you
the will become on"" '>
calomel money is waiting that industry I The. bto tine la the kInd that tip man. minate the wnrma that are the hog min
your the state's greatest assets. 1 I your needs. *el. end brings bill pruhu lit the p for (12-4"i) of the .....
hot The
you. purr runt u* t more to pregnant *- helHi| to produce hcallh-
The plant will employ approximately .. ..then he will"v"r bring In the nmr.Bet. l Irr .tunll,..r pltfi (Ama''In th.. Blore
------ 100 at the beginning, while as .utAh d the difference wen hrnu htFARMS' telluath.numrof !! we
men : "rr&'i-'j.} !
IILLET TO RUN: NEW OIL PLANT 20. cent, worth of AVALON will glue you rough : to
the crop increases later in the season tlOi-TONE fioevioNU ,....1.11 your buns 6u dnyii.
the force of workmen will be mcrea- United States"Drcsarc puts new life Into hnK m lir.them. eat give lie a penny now. If the rr.uluof
Mil Crush Castor. Beans From the rnnra and grow fat at an ameiinji rate. the lloevrnNK treatment fail luaatla'y -
Southeast in Gainesville Plant. ed. a It helps them to cum bet dUeaae end eli you. It wit coat you: autbag.
Good Tires
- --- --
FOR SALE DY
That a $2.000,000 castor oil plantill OLD BRADFORII

Gainesville" be established, for the government just north is announced of- I Bradford June 5.-We Edwards are sorryto 1ll411111y !l imfl 111 D'' Ii 1111 D lmlgllll>n! Starke Hardware Company

at Washington, the site for report little this Clarence week. on +t1 11 11JJUI l11' 11 IUfIU1HllVilnlVllllOllq( l '
-the plant being that of the Florida the sick list ; ,
|Industrial corporation. D. C. Gillett,j Mr. George Andreu and cousin liar. I Strrke Florida

of Tampa, will have charge of the en- Icy visited :Mrs, Lois Cone Sunday.






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FIUDA, JUNE: :
t DRADFORI COUNTY TELEGRAPIl, ST.\UKE. FLOitlD.\
rAGE FOUR i


4 Telegraph such that obstacles and adversities 1! Thursday. I'JOB LEONARD: !SENT TO THE VOTERSI 'POLICE CHIEF WAS\ ]

Bradford County through life that we all have to meet j Miss Sarah Witcher, of Union ; TO REFORM SCHOOL r wish to express my sincere appreciation

1 will be but a mild dream. Rev S. I.n..ndrix f| Point, Ga., closed her music class i to themissioner's voters of the fifth com
.-.-. Marianna
.-
the ceremony and Friday evening. She or.ly had a class Sheriff Epperson went to for the majority
performed district
Published Weekly, and entered as Bee. the couple left on the A. C. L. of beginners and had been teaching ''last week to carry Joe Leonard, a negro in race for county ENTIRELY HELP
i young my
+ ood clasH matter at the pout-office at for their western home. only two months. The program was '' boy, to the reform school. Joe they gave me opponents
No. 40 to
also my
commissioner,
i I work
mother of :Mr. rendered and carried with great suc- has![ never shown any liking for
Starke. Florida I Mrs. M. E. Stewart, could : for not indulging in any mud sling-
II, J. Stewart left this week for Mid- cess. :Miss Witcher has gained a number i|,of any kind, begging what he |ling. JAMES: REYNOLDS.I : LESS
will the of friends while here who will re- ito i eat and sleeping wherever he was
MATTHEWS: Editor and Owner., 'way, Ala., where she spend I'' -
W i K. S, allowed and he wouldn't stay with
with relatives. | gret to see her leave. We hope to as I friends in the
J. C. ROBINSON! : Associate Editor.f :: summer Tara Stewart left this week have her back with us again in the :, his people, it was decided to send him I wish to thank my Bradford
:Miss\ i of
1M |' for Salem, Ala., to spend a while near future as teacher, If not as a to the reform school where he would 1st and Florida 8th Districts, for their most loyal "I Am Glad to Say a GOOd
I of County,
i receive care and some sort
proper
with her aunt. guest. and I will certainly endeavorto I Word for Tanlac, for it \
') 19m UI IG 191T :Mrs. Roberson and daughter, :Miss training. support Put
has accepted a
::! _. :Mr. T. D. Proctor give Bradford County a sound business Me on My Feet
with the Bradford County Ethel, of Sampson City, were the -- Again.
{T: .!.K"ill"m..RITAA] position Telegraph of Starke, having charge guests of Mrs. George Stone Sunday. FINE IRISH POTATOES administration.DREW REDDISH. Says Chief Riley.

-r- 1 of the job work department. Mr.: Messrs.: Jesse Ogden and Frank I

Ie Proctor has been editor of the Timesof Reynolds and Misses Daisy Reynoldsand Wednesday M. S. Hayes brought method of thanking the "I can understand now win '
t this place but on account of the Alma Price attended church at four Irish potatoes to Starke to be I take this districtsfor I body is praising this Tnu., 'or rely:
Starke and Lawtey
234516,18 increase! in the cost of paper, etc., and Sampson City Sunday.Mr. : placed with the agricultural exhibitat voters of vote given me for has filled me with new lift tad enrt ill

small) circulation of the paper he de- Leon Cunningham and two bro the Bank of Starke. The potatoes the splendid gy and I. feel better thai f"" '
i Board District
, 9110 J T 12'.314J5' 'cid<-d to make a change. Tom is a I thers, Batie and Edward, attended ; were the largest yet shown here, the member No 1. of the School L. C. POWELL past," said Chief of Polir. i;. ''rge 1\ontlu S.

t +- --I"' ::1-- + I first-class, up-to-date printer, has church here Sunday.Mr. four weighing four pounds. ;Mr. I Riley, of? Macon, Georgia' a, lt alai.

r. 2 nerved many years at the business. Chester, of Gainesville, visited Hayes stated that he had three and the Democratic- Voters of esting interview, some tm.. ,B,'
: ,f, -tt8.J9i21.21 to lose this fam- relatives here Sunday. one-half acres planted to Irish potatoes To "I was always a health, _
Though we are sorry wish to I
express
I County-I: 41119)
Mrs. L. C. Smith is relatives I' and thus far has sold 300 bush- Bradford "
: 324 252627'28:' ily from our town, we wish them visiting due appreciation to the voters of June, 1915, he contimi. taetl
: 1' I much SUCCORS in their new home. I and friends at Gainesville this els. my Bradford county for my nominationfor I had a serious attack wh I i "Ined

" Miss Mollie Thomas has returned week. I the House of Representatives.My me to bed for three month "..1ii'
:
I Mr. A C. Crews, of Starke, was a with trouble that .,' .
I from her home in Green Cove Springs, FLOWER actions in the Legislature will me df nay > ,.Pun
with her father pleasant visitor here Sunday.Mr. I MISSIONDAY OBSERVED. and other complicate
CANDIDATES: : :NOMINATED FORl1.MI"ION where she was be governed by the fact that I am : n- I plea
of fever. J. B. Mills and wife were the went several operation ,,
: TOWN through an attack typhoid for the people and not for ,n0
'I ELECTION.I I He is much better and she has returned guests of their sister, :Mrs. Tom Stew The W. C. T. U. observed Flower the spokesman individual. :My every effort will +I many different medicine null:! ]

1' w Hampton. June 6.-A mass meeting I to her position as saleslady with art, Sunday. :Mission! Day on last Monday afternoonat be for the interest and upbuilding of not get rid of the catchm-- ',", df ]
held in the I. A. Duncan Co. We are delighted I Mr.: Henry Koon and wife and little Methodist church. :Mrs. J. W. and my hips and the small '
of the
I f of the citizens town was our county, state country. oatk
I :, f the :Masonic Hall Monday evening and I i iI to have her back again, as Mills I son, Eugene, of Starke, were pleas- White, president of the organization, :My career will be one of conscientious and a hurting all through' .ltd

j 1' ilf\ the following officers were nominated Thomas has made many friends here :. ant visitors here Sunday.Mr. led the meeting! assisted by :Mrs. E. earnest and sincere actions legs, and for a long tIm. I s

I to make the ticket for the coming I through her courtesy and politenessand A. A. Armstead and family, of W. Stewart, Mrs. J. F. Colley Miss faithfully executed. I thank you for tirely helpless. My kidn.-, clg
up A. A. Mc- attention to business. Gainesville, were the guests of :Mrs.L. Olive Ray, :Mrs. T. I.. Z. Barr, Miss that affected and my system .
election : For Mayor, and assure you u
town support you
'i' MiddlcUm the ;Mr. J. L. Brown is cutting . C. Smith Sunday. Nannie Howell and Mrs. F. A. Scott. your hav- poisoned with uric acid.
.
; I Ionald, Dr. W. ))0; pres will never have reasons to regret
, ', :f., ant incumbent; :Marshal and, Collector field! this week, cnsisiting of 30 acres.I I I :Misses Bethal and Vesta Cunningham The life and works of Jennie Cassidy, ing vested your supreme confidencein "From the very time Id I, .c. clef
of Brooker the of
Johns the incumbent; He has a reaper and binder were guests originator of flower mission day, was tLis Tanlac I improved unto> I
I II. J. present me. Sincerely yours r
I handles this machine little ;Miss Estelle Wasden Saturdayand discussed, together with other matters feeling like .
work. lie a new
" i i Clerk and Assessor, A. A. Futch, the' beautiful I Ith..m R. A. ( Lex) GREEN. man in ref
: present incumbent; Treasurer J. V. I which is drawn by triple engines Sunday. Estelle accompanied pertaining to W. C. T. U. affairs. The pains in my side hall. i -n.1wl
\ t mules He has an elegant home. After the Mrs G. C. tirely I haven't '
Jones, the present incumbent; for \ (three" ) program CARD OF THANKS a sign of i" :
l"r i Councilmen, C. E. Harper, J. M. stand of oats. :Mr. Brown can ;Mr. D. M. Byrd, of LaCrosse, visit- Sweat and Miss Cassie White drove my kidneys, the pains ha'. .. 'r'' Bfl

I .<, \. :Maxwell and W. L. Hugg, the present now repeat that old saying, "I don't ed his parents here Sunday.Mr. over town distributing flowers, fruit, Through the columns of your paper lower limbs and I am in b.'", ., 'tsp [

.' t I' incumbents, with A. M. Williams, J. carp now how corn sells." -- Henry Surrency, of Brooker, jellies and other delicacies to the sick we wish to thank the good friends than I have been for mans 'insure 'i"' I

1 t ' Allen and O. Haynes as opponents.Miss :Misses Jessie Roberts and Thelma was a visitor here Sunday. and) shutins.E. and neighbors who kindly assisted us am glad to say a Jot,.. u ., ',: rut
i I
:Mrs 1'1.: Barefoot and
" : Annie Hollingsworth, a popular Bailey and Ruby Roberts and MyrtleRoberts daughter during the sickness, death and burial Tanlac for it has put m. > et!

' ,- teacher of Columbia county, is the spent a plaeasant day nt, here Inez, visited relatives and friends II. ABERNATHY ''of our darling baby, which departedthis again."

guest of Mrs. J. II. Tolbert. Worthington Springs Monday.Mr. Sunday. life April 30th, 1918. May God's I Tanlac it sold by C I1 i t
Mr.:
I :. :Mrs. Clara Sasser and infant daughter : Math Sapp of New River, wasa attended: Truby Sabbath Pinholster, of Brooker :Mr. E. D. Abernathy, of Graham, richest blessings ever be upon them Starke and by one drugs, n

Clara :Mae, left Sunday afternoon business visitor here :Monday afternoon. School here Sunday was born in the State of Alabama on all. town in Bradford count- \,

A.* for their home in Valdosta, (;a., after Mr. Dixon Moore left Sunday for Misses Ethel the 11th day of May, 1871, and de- A precious one from us is gone;

spending a week with relatives here. Tennessee, where he will remain during and Mabel Byrd attended parted this life on Sunday morning, The voice we loved is stilled.A GOODYEAR; SECONDS.I : : .
church at Sun
Miss Eva Lee, of Russell, spent the the summer. Sampson City June 2. 1918 at his home at Graham. place is vacant in our home
past week here the guest of Mrs: W. ;Mrs. L. A. Duncan and daughter, day.Misses I Deceased was sick for several weeks Which never can be filled. am now handling: the p'' "to irt I
visitors to : Frances and Olive Murrhce but relatives and friends did not realize I of Goodyear seconds at th et
T. Saxon. lissIarjt'uerile, were :Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. PINKSTO.V: "
Mrs. W. II. Jones, of Dupont wa Jacksonville Saturday.Miss attended church at Sampson City on the seriousness! of his condition and Children.: quoted below. These tin c arat1wt

the guest of her sister, :Mrs. W. E. : :Margaret Loughery. and Miss Sunday.Mr. I until he commenced to grow steadily .-.- -- I tically as good as the Wi
:MiiMleton, druing the week. Bessie Hendry left :Monday for :Madison and :Mrs D. J. Byrd were busi- worse. The best medical skill, the DRIVE FOR SALE; OF tires, and once you ha\ '(lem I

;Mrs. Donnie I'hilman, of Tifton, Ga., where thy will attend school. ness visitors to Brooker Saturday. hands of devoted ]loved I ones and ev- WAR SAVINGS: ; ; STAMPS. you will never buy other i tlI
Roberts of Camp Wheeler Messrs. Rex and One Thomas, of friends did !Si/e IM-i'n, ... -Kid "?
\Is the guest of her parents, :Mr. and Mr. Lester erwilling and neighbors
;Mrs J. T. Durden. visited relatives in Lake Butler LnCrosse, were pleasant visitors here nil possible to give him aid, and comfort For ten days, June IS to 28th! a 30x3: .;>If< .J ;$14. ' ;

Miss: Madeline :Middleton, of Green this week. Sunday. during his! last sickness, but the campaign will be on over the entire 30x3( :"-3 $12.75 $14 11
McDaniel and little ;Mr George Bevil and wife and son, for the sale of war savings 31x4 $17.75 $1'!"" .:5
Cove Springs, is the guest of :Mrs. :Master Elwood : Almighty in His infiinite goodness! saw country I
Codlis and wife of Urooker 32x3: i $14.00 $1,1)-) ti34x4 \
W.liJJleton.; ;Miss Thelma :McDaniel visited their were best to take him away so the end at stamps. During this time committeeswill
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the guests of Mr. J. R. Bevil Sunday $lS.00 $:-J((' ; 411
: last week. l>e appointed to secure pledges
I of Trenton the grandparents at Macclenny last peacefullycame. I
4 Vivian Ivey, was The entire saddened I I Prices on the above ", ow
guest! of his mother, Mrs. Young, during :Miss ;Maggie Richard, of Gainesville I community was Followed by a great concourse of from every person to buy whatever subject to 10 1
a per i-"i nlist
when the
the week. is spending some time in LnkelIuU..r Sunday morning sadnewts I sorrowing relatives/ and friends his amount of War Savings :Stamps"; thi y
with her grandmother, spread that :Mr. E. D. Abernathy''' carried to Dedan are able to take. I prices.
in body was cemeterynear
Miss Kmma: Hicks was shopping '
hnd ST.1ll I: VtrLCANIZIN-' KK>
in'
He had
Starke Tuesday R. M. Richard.Mr. 1\lrs'l passed away. been Brooker :Monday morning and Joe Hill Williams is thairman for Starke, Fla.

A. :Williams was a business visitor : J. W. Hilton and ill health for a year He went throughan I laid to rest with solemn Masonic hon- Bradford county and he i i. now com- !

to StnrUn Wednesday.Wm. :Misses Clara and Willie Hilton, left I operation about three weeks ago, ors. L. C. Smith of the local lodge. pleting the final arrangements in re-I'
1 their home Waterboro, but was able to come home in ten of :Masons in I cards to speakers druing the
i :McEver l of Graham, spent Friday for aiding beautifully this cam LANKSLIVER
Tuesday here the .guest of friends. S. C. They were accompanied by :Miss days after he was operated on, but he i last sad tribute to our brother and paign. Cards! will be mailed 1 tn r siiy I , c

1 Rev. W. T. McGuire: filled his regular :Minnie Lee Hilton, who will return was never able to be up again. lie friend. The active :Masonic pall bearers I voter in the county. PILlS

appointments at the Christian the latter part of August and attend was laid to rest in Dedan cemetery, were brethren C. II. Roberts, \v.1 (uRLSAt.0...u.-' -.
near Brooker. Monday afternoon. He .......iu...L- a r
church :Sunday.: The evening service school here next winter. )' P. Birt. Roy Roberts, C. :M. Rauler-1 LASSIFIEADVERTISING I r, t :.,
I + 1 was attended by nn unusually large Miss, Earnie: Dowling! of Olustee, leaves to mourn his departure a wife, son, E. N. Gunter and A. C. ,| C J ass...... ....-,. rr .' '

l congregation, and there were six additions spent the week-end in our city, the two of daughters relatives, three and hosts sons and of friends.a number -, Left to mourn his death are his 1 11111I/OIIQ/ aeasetm myniss,

lo the membership. _ _ _ __ guest of :Miss Jessie Roberts. The bereaved have the heartfelt wife, daughters, Miss Beatrice' Mrs.l I .---- -
The county convicts are stationed Miss Lena Flynn, of Trenton, was ones R. S. Surrency; sons, Odell, Eddie and -------. .
of the entire =
here, and engaged, in road building the guest of :Miss :Marguerite Duncan sympathy community.Children's I Eugene; also two brothers, F. T. FOR SALE.-Oat- in bundle: :ti: :.o '

IJ A revival meeting will be held at I last week. Day exercises were postponed John Abernathy and one sister, Mrt.I: I per hundred wi. fight II. I : COFFINS CASKE'S'

the Baptist, church beginning ;Mondayevening :Master Alva Bailey and Elwood June' 9th until, on next account Sunday of our afternoon dear bro-, I J. A. Graves all of Graham. son. I Kiting Farm, :St.irki-" -1'\1'! And a full line ofundertakers'

;Me Daniel spent Monday at Dukes. : I -
June l"th. The assistance ofa I
tiers uoiun. We Supplies
talented minister has been secured :Mr. Elzie Londholtz visited at Jacksonville nope to see a large Resolutions of Condolence 'ST.--on" pair automuhlle-c t'ain..
crowd out and the program well rendered Whereas the Finder return to Jos. E. Wilson Automobile Hear:,
for th; meeting and the co-operation Friday.Mr. Supreme Architect of ,
1 I of everyone in invited. Brinkley Hayes was a business! the Universe has seen fit in Ills in- Starke. 531tf. Always on hand. The he" "
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Friday May :Hint. was observed as visitor to Jacksonville Friday. APPOINTMENT! : TK TEACHEKS nite goodness to take from our midst __ vice at the lowest prices ?ne iai,

,F rw'a requested by the President's prorlamution ;Miss Elvie Fowler, who attended our brother, Edgar D. Abernathy, WANTED-Agood farm hand, steady attention to telegraph: on, ,
I and that of the :Mayor of Hamp college at Lake City has returned to The trustees of the Starke High I who departed this life on the second work Rising Pecan Farm H. L.

Y fi c ton. At 10:30:: every church bell in the her home here. School have appointed the following i day of June, in the year of our Lord, Stevenson, Starke, Fla. 5-17-tf I .egisteredEmbamerDeWlfTc. !

I s town. was rung at the same time :Mrs. E. O. Roberts and son are teachers to teach in this school for I nineteen hundred and eighteen, there- -
cleared
I{ ", every business house closed and visiting relatives this week in Lake the 1018-19 term. No teacher has as fore be itResolved FOR SALE-30 acres of land : JONES\

promptly at 11 o'clock the entire population City. yet been supplied for the sixth and I by Graham Lodge N'o. 19, and fenced, within half a mile of I'l

of the town and surrounding N'TWS seventh grades and it is expected I in communication assembled that we Lnwtey. Reasonable terms. Louis I I Starke. Fla.

country assembled in the Masonic GRAHAM NOTES: that a teacher of domestic science extend to the bereaved ones our most H, Hill, Lawtey, Fla. 5.17-4t -. --

." Hall where services were conductedby will also be supplied: heartfelt sympathy and also extendto

Rev. L. A. HuwU. pastor of the Graham; June 6.-;Mr. James Reynolds Principal, S. S. Dowling. thlm our aid and assistance to be LOST.-2-year old Jersey bull; small General Tonic
ft hencver You Ned a
Baptist thurch. After extensive nnd wife mode a business tripto Assistant principal, B. D. Law. full and freely rendered whenever for age; marked crop in one ear, Take Drove's.

Scripture r"UllinJanll\ devotional service CiaitwsvllleIonday.; Assistant principal, ;Miss .Delle called for, and be it furtherResolved. split under-bit in the other. Reasonable Grove's TasteleM
The Old Standard
k in which several of the audience :Mr. Virgil Hines, one of Uncle Stroman. That a blank sheet be left reward for information. F. C. hill Tonic is equally valuable 81.

I'4' engaged, a very appropriate sermon Sam's boys, was, here Tuesday. lie Grammar school principal, A. C. in our minute book in memory of this Hollingsworth, Starke.. r.-21-tf. General Tonic because It contain? tte!

':t WH delivered. was on his way to Cooter Pond, Crews. dear and beloved brother, and that a well known tonic properties oiQ"i"N11ind ;:

I Promptly at 8 o'clock in the evening where he will\ visit his parents for a Sixth-seventh grades, to be sup copy of thelle'; resolutions be sent to FOR SALE-10 acre farm 1 1-2 miles IRON. It acts on the Liver Dn et

the Christian church was filled to few days.Mr. plied. the Bradford, County Telegraph for south of Starke, I 9) acres fenced ; jut Malaria, Enriches the Elool tad

.1. overflowing, and a prayer service led : Jesse Ogden made a business Fourth-fifth grades, Miss Lois Peek. publication and that a copy be mailedto new house and outbuildings; farm Builds up the Whole System. 60 cen\l.\

by J. Allen was held. The service trip to Starke Tuesday. Third grade Miss, Emilie Spinks. the bereaved family. machinery and crop; natural drainage .

was attended by the pastor Rev W. :Messrs James Reynolds and D. J.Byrd Second grade, :Mrs. J. C. Poppell. Done in open convention of Gra and canal. E. E. Stacey, Starke.

T. :McGuire: whose address! added were business visitors to Brooker Primary, ;Miss Olive Ray.MEETING ham Lodge No. 199, this the third day 531tf. I I I *+++++++*?

much to the interest of the meeting. Tuesday -.---- of June, -- ---- .
:Mr. Odell made busi- : : OF SCHOOL. BOARD 1918.W. COMPARISONVe
Bro. Mulhuly and Uro. Rawl also Abernathy n J. JONES, ARE YOU READING( :

+ made inspiring. talks. ness trip to Jacksonville Wednesday L. C. SMITH THE SPECIAL: CABLES tol.h'
,,
:Mr. James! Reynolds) and wife motored Board met in regular session. June \ INVITE:" ccml'arl.on.:
Dr. W. K.: :Middleton Tuesday A. C. CREWS From I :
spent over to Starke Wednesday.Mr. :3. with :Messrs. T. B. Pinholster J. E. I .= an. to price and quality, of 'our
and part tit Wednesday in Jacksonville Committee. -OVER THERE"Which
I' Clark, of Starke, was here on Douglass and J. C. :McKae present. t choice line off
on professional business.M. Are Being Published I :
Tuesday and Wednesday on business :Minutes of last meeting rend and .
V. Smith left Tuesday evening "OVER
HERE"In ,
Mr. Will Jones and I ;Mrs. George approved as read. MRS. ANNIE: GUTHRIE BOONE.On f GROCERIESYou
for Tampn, where he is the guest of The I :
Stokes were business visitors to Sampson :Mr. J. O. Tison from Bielling School I h\
mint
friends. DAILY AND I ? I I. need them--
City'dnl'sday.. was granted permission to line the Tuesday, :May 21, the death angel 3UNIMyNEWYORKHERALD
Mrs. W. J. Copeland, of Plant City, them.
entered the home of W. H.
;Mr. Alvin Wasden, has r..turne.1from unexpired term proceeds! to purchase Boone,
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is the guest of :Mrs.' G. W. Hicks. takinJawny his beloved wife Annie .I After comparing our gooJsprlceswith ""
Jacksonville where he has !been seats for said school house. I \ i
;Mrs. W. L. UrnckweU, of Deerfield. for the past few days. The insurance on Raiford schoolhouse Guthrie Boone. She was ill just a E, other, when jog

Green.is the guest of her brother, :M. J. A1of\ the churches of our little and furniture was awarded to few days, but God knows best." -- KNOW' why we have no f fast

M. L. Watterson has sold his intervst town cam together Thursday 'and :Mr. L. B. Hitch of Raiford. !She was born January 11, 1862; shejoined TO THE: ITBHC I :E MIKE'S FRUIT STORE
I held prayer services in accordancewith The request from State Superintendent the Baptist church at Rex at ,
in the Hampton Pharmacy to his the President's proclamationthat heats: relative to making a the early age of 15, and has been a "I have been using Chamberlain's ++++i+III"I'II+++++F4HMY
partner A. A. burden who i lit now I I'
sole ownrr. The business will con all the people of this country State Course of Study for Florida faithful member since. She was a Tablets for indigestion for the past ,: '

tinue at the same stand and bp, conducted meet together and humble and, carrying a contribution of 310.00, I woman of true Christian cahareter, six months, and it afford me pleasure .- I Y

in the most up-to-date manner. !selves in a manner of way th.m'l wns granted, and the Superintendent always ready and willing to go wherever tofny I have never used a remedy

. Almighty God to win the win ordered to send ten dollars to the needed.On that did me so much good."--:Mrs. C
- gum righteousness and peace. Thorp State Superintendent. January 19. 1880, she was married F:. Riley. Illion, N. Y. ChnmherlamV!

P.\U . .- l'NCAN I' was a 'l.irgo congregation gathered l lI I The Hoard adjourned to meet on to W. H. Boone at Hawthorn. Tablets are obtainable everywhere Ast

{ here and l we fasted and prayed all day the li-th of June to make out their Thirteen children blessed, their union, '- - .

7 Lake ]ButK'r, Juno t;..-.'\ quiet wedding I and I feel like we have been benefitted budget for the next school ;year. I of which twelve survive her. Thefun..rnl :210 POUND: PIGS;: e

I took place at the residence of I by it. Let us not wait for our ) Attest : T. B. PINHOLSTER, service was conducted at the With corn above so i M. hug- HI f

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan last Tuesday ; dent.. ti> tail\ on us nl'nin--Iet us'Ire'i-I')I E. R. POPPELL: Chairman. Townsend cemetery Wednesday and their heads off wry iuic'-.ly. Th.' h ,

afternoon nt &:Ij,, the contracting it up for I rl'lIl1yiev.) .. that U what I Supt and <'C'). I the body I: laid to rest under a moundof that takes two or three| mo".th-' "y.

pnrtles being :Mr. Garland; Pnrnell we need moro- more prayer-nnd it i I beautiful floral tributes. showing get on full feed never liriin--)
of EMorudo. .\rk., and Miss :Murguer- will take that tn win this great war. BOW El. COMPLAINTS IN INDIA. the high, esteem of many friends and profit. y..ii t

ite Duncan, eldest daughter of !Mr. :5fiss! Ni-t'ii', Mnines of Sanford, was Inn lecture nt one of ,in! > DC loMi| nes. When !
you are r n.- '
.1 nut
and Mri. I.1. Duncan. MK ; l>un- n pleasant visitor here Friday evening. Moines town churches a mm-ionnry I Bni'le;' the .rt-i-iroken husband, shoats! on feed begin with: the n.yt A
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tan i* not only u hiimlsomo and| popular i She Is visiting hprnr.'nts\ at Louise from India told of going into the interior she !Unves the 'following' children: Thomas' Hog Medicine. Ureiril ,

young 'lady .>.I'l our town, but one for a few day. of India, where ha was taken MiA Dyal, Stark'-; :Mrs J. G. SparV- ly and watch : r.
youhontM
who we will mi- :. n" the couple wills Mr. Tom Gravef; Savannah Ga., sick th-it hi- had 1bottle of Chamber. man Webster; :MM. r.Y.. Johnson, into fat hog in nine ,round,. l I)''i'"

make their fin- e in E1dor.ul": . '' H here at the bedside! i .f. his uncle, I"ir.t! ' c1. Choler, nnd '"'(.:.n-hooii' Plant City; :Mr?. W. J Huxley, Sumnvnine going well over 200 nm-.th hogs

Ark. Mr. Pnrnell! i i-- I.-P of the 1,1"-1'' :Mr. E.: I). Ahernnthy.Messrs. Remedy \. ,ith him and belied that ; SIr-t. S. I.. Swindell. Crowns high as 240 pound and -is f t tI

injr pharmacist of KMnrado, ; Lron Cunniru'l- und Ben I it saved IMS life. This! remedy j.i use.i ,, ville; Mrs. C. I.. Beckham. Miss ('IaJ feeding pounds.and Fiirire the :avemge I -IMcf rTi SraT *

and wo must cnncrntuln/e!, him in securing Ci-i, -y' wen- I'| ire 'Ihere on queces-f 1 rlv in India both nj n !)reYen- II'" Boonp and Me..","*. L. J., John, the B. A. Thomas. you tills"l' shy CT Sr "0 "

such nn timabV. voting ln lv -. --.. ._ tive styli; cure for cholera. Y. u may Troy. Maurice and Melton Boone all Investment medicine is a goal,
I I I Try feeding
,\, as his companion through life's journey Drive Out l\talarfalJulJ: Up System know from thin that it rap be depended of Hawthorn, besides a host of roln.tiv ] hogs this out your : 32W
on
which vft hope will! he a long Tbe'OM? AC4 plant p..nrat trvaftthcnlnv tonfa. upon for the milder forms of bowelcomplaint I <... and friend who have the sympnthy more than plan] and if von are not Broken Lances Oupl.a J
OIU)" | 'a 1'1\,1".1:8"! chill To- .'-..dfl."ouiM..I1.h. pleased w will refund
one, a prosperous one, and, may th..irlow .. : l' ivi ,' 4. .. that occur in this country. of 1&11.Hllwth"rn.. ttte of the Sam Day as R cie'rsd .
and affection for e.u-li other bepWNfcW" "..W. .\ .. ''Ie".. .. ; I.' . ..I. I. .. .1 01" t Obtainable an'where.-\dv.. :May :2:!y P"s" 'at.


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FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 191 ... KRADFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE t

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Raiford Epperson of Jacksonville! I.XKCE: KXI'KKSS: :: SHIPMENTS: :; [j :.MRS. H. O. SMITH: FNTF.l: r.UNS.:'; derson, Doris Law, Lena Quigley! tho

spent the week-end here with rein - H lest' of honor; Mr. and :Mrs. Albert

ti\<'s. \Duiing this week several large conHignnunts ('"mplimlItinli"l1: IA-IIII Quigley, Anderson. Mr and :Mrs. Quigley/ itndMessrs

of corn bc-ans ami othevegc'lalilis of I Halifax I Nova Scotia who has been : -, Wall. Jim

Bits of Local gfr :'Ie""rs. Ix-sley Whitten, R. HWeaver have left ebutktgtp express with her In-other. }Ir. Jack Quigley, I.ecky, uTeri F.llory )' Blanch-

ant N. T. Ritch. Jr.. of liai- for various for the past several months"" :'olr..... H. bur, Scott, ('I l Tit turn and I'cc

1fr fund were visitors to Starke Monday! Monday afternoon 'JOD! orate of beans ;, O. Smith entertained at a farewell and Law. .
Information I hut! civrn were shipped by J M.: Truby shower Monday: evening at eight-thir -- -- .

Ijoil Green; who enlisted in the and C. S. Hulling.\ .\ like quantity ty o'clock ut her home t'foUUU1'1: -:::; .\N\l\: KltS: .\ \

T army about a )'elrl1r0, is pitying II I is being sent away almost every dayUKCKPIION The rooms were opened i en suite
Q .r1..l.f O.r r..,.. 7r.fn.a .
and Othma
.wf I Dr. Mrs. Ilaynes entertained v.
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... c."Or__ visit to his l"ln'nb.Ir.: and :Mrs. A.M. and were aitistically decorated with
: : \ I RltRKVM :\ several of their friends l at u
: Greene, of Starke. potted I plants throughout\ house. ,
tL ) :MRS..tiIFRN.tTIIY. :Mrs. Smith re'ceived the guest' hailing dinner party nt their home Monday 1 ,

!\I r. and :Mrs. Will Moore and little them into tho parlor where theyenjoyed ,evening, June 3rd the day being, the
At "Urllyl cks." the pretty' new anniversary of Dr. and !Kirs. Huync'iwedding.
son, Robert, were the week-end guestiof music by u graphonalo.
t .1
Harold Wall was a visitor to Gaines Mrs: E. W. Harris[ and little son, of :Mrs. Moore's grandmother, Mrs home of Mr. und :Mrs. A. t.'. Fling\ Later in the evening:( the guests Mr. and \Mrs. F. K. Stump. ;

ville Sunday. .Jacksonville, have been visiting at the Julia Knight.Mr. . ,, on J.afIlYt'lte Street Monday evening were seated in u circle, playing interesting Mr. and Mrs.: U. A. Weeks, Mr. and ,
home of Dr. and Mrs.: J. C Wills. i a reception was given in honor of Rev I games, when Miss Doris Law Mrs: Joe Wilson were among thosoprevent. ;

Ray Colley was a visitor to Jacksonville : and :Mrs. DeWitt Jones amichildien /and :Mrs. C. H. Ab.mllthy.lr.: Abernathy came in from the buck with a basket The evening was delightfully .

Monday. :Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Young and visited Mr. Jones' mother has", recently taken charge! of I.!, laden with gifts upon her arm.. prejseiitmg spent.
children, aeronipumod L. E Jordan --- ----- ..,
by -
I Mrs. Newton Jones in Jacksonville,, the IVi'sbytenun {church and l has moved it ti> :Miss", Quigley Amongthe ;
Sunday at Interlachen.Mrs. I sTOMCII! TIUH1t11.. ,
J. O. Fralick was a business visitor spent last week. into the comfortable- manse onCherry beautiful '
gifts'II!! a gorgeousring !
: Marion Parker and childrenleft .\1I to Jacksonville Wednesday.R. I
street.
'([ set with an PlIll'rllJ.a\ .
Friday for Dunn, N. C., where : Fields Charles. Tin- guests were receiver! by :11 r., .. .iI\'I'1
Mrs J. H. and son, spoon with "St. !ke" engraved "I 1 will cheerfully that Chamber. t'
A. Green was in Jacksonville o n I they will visit Mrs Parker's parent and 1 :Mrs. Fling who presented themto say
Fields'! Mr ,
are visiting, Mrs. parents : it, a handsome card case and l u hand- lain's Tablets are the most. satisfactory -
Monday attending to business. W. I and Mrs. It.I S. I'owell.1: rs. Fields non H,'v und Mrs Abernathy. A '' painted I hair receiver. for stomach troubles and
A. remedy
Bcssent of Jacksonville, d"'j'
spent several days in Starke thiweek her way to :Macon, Ga., to join her \lightful social, evening! was ) I Everyone: then were led out upon) constipation that I have sold in thirtyfour -
Miss Mildred Crosby is taking a I husband.! They will probably make Piano music<' by> Miss Lois Peek and the lawn, where* ice cream and l wafers youiB' ,IrulBtore service,"
looking after business matters
business in Jacksonville several selections Miss Margaret
course
vocal by '
their home there. were nerved.Assisting! writes S. 11.llIrlhy.: druggist, Wells- k
:Miss Hess I Burleigh were greatly enjoyed', the hostess in entertaining burg, N. Y. Obtainable anywhere. Ad. <
O. J. Phillips, of Jacksonville was Tribbltf, of Lake City, i F L. llollingsworth is repairinghis after which all! gathered around the and serving was Mrs. Albert I . . ---. '

| a visitor in Starke Wednesday. spent several days of this week in residence and making some additions piano and sang well known gongtt.Oue I derson. 00\11'1 I :Ml:1llNi: ; \1' 1111'1"1-:'; ; VAT '

Starke, guest of MISH Emma Darby which will add, greatly to the of the pleasing. features of this The affair was very informal and A meeting of the stockholders) and s'

B. B. Bishop, of Hampton was i ii in looks and vnlue of the property B. C. inception was that all members of was one of a number of pintles given those who expect to dip cattle at the b
:Messrs. L. T. Shaw. G. B.
i the city On business Wednesday.( Colson Scarborough is the contractor.Mr. the other local churches were invited 1 in honor of Miss Quigley, who has vat on the Descent farm is( culled for t
:
Mr. and :Mr. J. J. Morgan of the '
thus giving the guests of honor, who many friends here Tuesday, June llth, at 2 p. m. Arrangements '
Chufa Seed at J, W, White & Son's. Brooker section were in Starke :Mon : and Mrs. J. F. v.'i1on1'011\ are now resident of Staike, an (1).1 Among; tho guests were Misses I2vnKpperson for the dipping of cattle

day. panied by Mr. und Mrs. M. F.. Wilson, pot.timity to meet H Large number of : Doris :Scott::; :Myra\. Barr, ind! other business will bo attended. 1

C A. Rowand was in the metropolis Jr., of Tampa left Wednesday for 11 representative l people. Starke is. indeed Elsa: Harrison Inez and Paulino An to.:
I attending to business Wednesday.M. :Messrs. Drew Reddish\ and son, motor trip to Pcnmtrol.k. They will glad to welcome I Rev and :Mrs.
Orrin, and W F. Harnage, of the *\
--11-- residents of
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upend l several days in that city. Abernathy us permanent
H. Jordan is taking his vacation Wateroak section, were in Starke on the mans

I at his home at Biloxi, Miss.J. Wednesday. -. .--11
:Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green, Miss MEMMF.S! : : BHOWM.KK: : ;l

C. demons, of Brooker was a :Mrs. :M. I<:. Edwards and daughter: Nannie Howell, V'ivirettc Floyd and i\lKUr.\INS:. : tl. I n. C.
:Miss :Mabel of Mr. N. T. Bitch motored to SaN stu i I
[ business visitor to Starke :Monday. Luwtey, are visiting -
I this week at the home of Col. and :Mrs tion last Sunday, and while there Wtdnovil.iy afternoon, at four : NOTICE !

Messrs. W. M. Wainwright and FPA. A ./. Adkins. were the guoht of Mr. and Mrs. John o'clock, the United I Daughters of tho wl

Canova spent Sunday in Waldo. Ritch. Confederacy met at the Ix'iuiliful

:Mrs. :Minnie Xuuman returned yes country homo of Mesdamex! K.: I I.. and

L. II. Hill of J.awtey, spent Mon. terday to Jacksonville, after n visit Mrs. O. A. Thrower received a card J. :\1. Brownlee, und held u very in-j

[ day in Starke attending to business with her MsUr. :Mrs. P. T. Geiger. this: week stating that her son, Knox (lere1 :tng business! and social( Kcs..ion'l Please do not ask for credit after June 5th, as '

east of Starke. Thrower had arrived safely oversea Tli ice-president, !Mrs..1. V. Long, i
Mrs. J. T. Wills, of Gainesville; is Knox is u member of the :'J7th Divisionand presuVd over the meeting und :\1 rll. we positively will not credit any more. We have to

[visiting her mother :Mrs Broekmeyer I Mrs J. W. Edwards: and baby returned has been in training at Camp] \V ,1. Epperson ailed' as secretary. pay spot cash for our goods before we get them. }
Sunday from n visit with her Gordon. The -ubjoet of canning fruit und vegetable

Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Smith were pllrl.nts.Ir.: und Mrs. S. J. Prescott, !. for home use, us requested by We want to treat every body strictly right and have

[visitors to the Thcressn section on ''of Sampson City. Hemstitching: and Picot F.llleVork the < :I'rnnu'iit, wax. discussed

[Sunday. 10 cents per yard for cotton "goods" : : and :Mis I..1. Davis was appointedto your trade. We indeed feel proud of our custo

I' :Messrs. 1<'. C. llollingsworth\ and :\1. 15 cents per yard, for chiffon, silk, lopic'sptit' the Chapter ill lair coining 1
and thank and all. It's hard but
Mr. Newt. Chase, of Stuart, is visiting F. Fowler spout Sunday in Jackson- wool, etc. Enclose;; enough for postage in\ass of the town in the, interi'8t mers you one ,

relatives and, friends in Starke rUle While there they were visitorsto The llemstitchcr, :'Ml Universityvenue of dinning i for home use. Widenwuko fair isn't it? POSITIVELY NO CREDITS. Do not

(this week Camp Johnston. ,\ Gainesville, FI'L.' fl-ll-S reports. from the various eomnntteis -

were Ililo"l'n. after which Mrs, ask us and make us feel bad for you.

Ford top and back curtain for $10. Economy means: makinj.the\ most :Mr T. B. Edwards: and daughter\ ,1, :\1. Alvarex, u" delegate from the

:M. Lcviton Starke. of what you have to spend. Try the Edna accompanied! I hy :Mrs. Wm (Hnrrel. W. T Weeks I'hnpt<'r. made Ji veryintr're I
---. cash and, lie, convinced Quig. sting report of the State Conventn -
- system !
llarrell and Otis
:Miss Geneva:
:Messrs E. P. Duncan and C. K. En- Icy Lumber and Supply Co. Berry, of Old Bradford, were thi .n held in Miami. It was decided Briscoe Sales & Service Company
[fey of Jacksonville were in Starke that the (hnpter would not hold t
guests\ of Rev. B C. Scarborough: on
[Tuesday I Messrs.: A. and J. J. P.lackwelderJ. : :Monday. regular. business. m1'! Inllil during July STARKE FLORIDA

W. Keen and J. R. Brooks of the and \ugust, but if necessary n call! :\

Judge Wills of Gainesville, was the Providence section were in Starke on Misses Kate Young: find Cleo Mitchell meeting would transact urgent: biixiiiesn. -

[guest of relatives in Stake (]ul'ingthe business' Wednesday and Carr Colley wont to Jncknon A vote of thanks wax given the .. 8I 1I f "

week. the Stateconvention \Boy ,routs for their splendid work in -- .. t'J; t,
I ville Monday as (delor'ntcs; to "
:Miss Margaret Hamrick, of Douglass of the Kpvvorth League in leaning[ the cemetery just before : "
!Miss, Ora Smith of Providencp, wan Ga. down last week to Memorial!
come ; I Day. tSI r
the first
session in t that city during/
week-end guest of Judge and Mrs.Valphurs spend the summer with her mother, After adjournment un enjoyable so- I
of this week.
[ Mrs. S. L. llamrick.Col. eir11| half hour was 'spelt with the( Mclines ,-< "1

I "( II rowli 11,(,. who lire most dill'llllul f"f"'f'i I
ChilI Powell who has been in the -----: ,:
We are eld,ing out line of Ladies !. and Mrs. A. 55. Adkins were raining cupm at Camp Jackson, Columbia hostessesKnfus . . $
land trimmed Hats. Stumps. 4
Children
( I visitors to Law toy Sunday upending S. C., for the past several Tutuni of Jacksonville, sprat

I the day EftEd wardsAdkins' mother, months, is spending u short furlough( .MI m lay here with relatives,
The many friends of Col. J. C. Pop- Mrs :M. in Stark with hit. parents, :Mr. nod
I
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pet) will regret to learn of hia serl- Mrs. R. S. \Powell. "* !
Mr. Charlie Powell! spent Tliuis"
Cash Talks ,
|'US illness LIme several days
I I"vt. F. 15. spent "l.iy in .Jm'k onville.
last/ week with his mother :Mrs. II. C. :Messrs. W A. and Albert 1>1I1>08l'. J

!Miss F Inn l' Crawford, of Jacksonville Richard returning to Camp Wheeler fo'. K.I Chase, C. 11. Clark, Jim and Don' i 1.1! i\4.Mooi: i:

has been visiting her cousin, Mrs.: I on Tuesday ufternoon. Dave Silsox, members of Stnrkc

:W A. Crosby. Camp W. O. W. attended the funeral I Last Saturday nftl.rnnonIay: :-r>. From this date-- d ,

I Prvt. Fred Thomas, whose home is or :Mr. Rowe, of Anthony at Middle- t'lIX!' at l10:: o'clock at the home "f

S. J. Futfh, of Haiford. attended! the in th- Water Oak section, wan in burg Wednesday afternoon.Mr H.nlll; :Mrs. Godbey's: of Waldo wash

eeting of the county boards in I town Saturday./ ;Mr. Thomas ill in <' scene of n very pretty but quirt) t We Sell for Cash
(Starke Monday limning at Camp Jackson. John Willard) received u card wedding, when Rev Godbey; in hismpnissivo OnlyGoods I..
his week from his son, Wilbur Will manner mada Mr. Ernest: .

Special sale on Ladles and Chil- Private Hei-chel Crosby who 1 is ard stating\ that he had arrived safely .1.I I'eiwling' of Waldo).! and l :Miss {' ,.-

rens trimmed hats at Stumps.Col. i stationed at Camp Wheeler' spent last verseaa. Wilbur has lie-en for the one I,. :Moore, of !Hampton, rnnn ami
iI I Wednesday, and Thursday with his past year at Camp| Oglethorpn, and' Vlfl.''. must be PAID FOR before or

D. E. Knight and family are parents, :Mr. and :Mrs\. ,V. A. Crosby.Mr. vas eager for the trip across. Tlie happy young couple left by upon delivery. Nothing charged.

down the East into for honeymoon.
enjoying a motor trip :Mr. and :Mrs. II. C. ofukos a
Peeples
{Coast this week. I : and :Mrs J. Alvarez/ :Misses :Mr. Howling i is! one of Alachua
) their
accompanied by two
Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez, Ella: ouiity's most prosperous young/ farneis. -
daughters, Mrs. Edna: Tangle wife of
,
Mr. O. A.. Thrower and son, Dryden May Long and Augustus I.onmo./ Mm!\ \Dowling Is a charming'oung i
assistant paymaster, W. B. Feaglc ofthe
tored to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. lady and has. many sincere ,
hrower, are employed as carpentersat U. S. Navy, and( Miss Anna' Bi'He'eeples
[ Camp Johnston.Mr. friends that will wish for her and Mr, Yours SERVICE
in Starke
were Wednesdaymorning
When you buy your materials you howling a long prosperous and,) happy -

and Mrs J. F. Canova and l are satisfied; when you pay, we are wedded, life. For CTIONa
motored to Raiford Sundayand satisfied. Let's all be happy at once. - -
family cash. Quigley Lumber and Sup- Messrs. C. D Gurn: S. S. Dowling, !HI': \TII ori.ni7ur' l'I IIJI.S"nm I
spent the day. ply Pay Co. 'f..1. Popped! and K.: R. Poppoll motord Albert Pinholstor a W,1known\

visitor to Gainesville; Sunday morning\' anrl of the Bronker section,
Private W M. McDonell:\ was n sang man
last week at the home of Mr. and :Messrs. W. B and Jesse Alexander, fltt'ndthe bac'calauete sermon of the "icd in Jacksonville Wednesday' night

':M r8. J. F. Kickhttr of Hampton were in Starko Wednes university of Florida, preached by \Dr. Ii". had, hern' taken to u hospital for QUKiLEY LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO.
Lincoln B. Hullny of Stetson University
day. Jesse went to Jacksonville: all operation and l died' following! the*

Mrs. Sara I. Hamrick and daughter: Bay where he enlisted in the :Naval': Re of DeLand.Prof ..ip, ,.ration

Mrs. Nelle Hughes were visitors to I serve. ----- Starke Florida.
S. S.
Dowling principal of'Starke ,
NOTII( K
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Jacksonville :\ :
(
:Mrs. W. :M. Turner went to Jacksonville High School for( the post two
-- - up terms Ipft'dn..s,1'( for his home ,.,,fee l I. hrrrby iclvrn that n F. Plnlryjirlinn u
SATURDAY SPFCIAL.\ Ice. tea Sunday to visit her son, Dr. cif th. penwin. fif R M KiKif, ,*rn.
15c. U. G. Turner. Masters Gray and, Dan Rt Troy, Ala. Prof Dowling has made ,0 ""'run 1C. will, on the Hth nt July, A. a. $ $
glasses lOc each. Regular price many friends in Starke and they will I"Ifit| .I"v'n| o clock in thr tnrvntmn. fr. 'ib --
fetarke Hardware Co. I In Turner have also been visiting their his .. .. ''hr..nrtrr' a. HP cnn U. by the *mrtif
b. delighted to know that he .
iicepted -
,
( A <
father, Dr. Turnc-r '" apply, to the Ifoncirnlilv ire mn .
principalship of this Stark I Oiunty Jiidt/i In and for Ifrflilf'Tilly. L1 L1N
Boree, ;of Jacksonville, win high Schonl for the 1918.19 term. ., ." Hint* of Floriilx, nt h. nirieiin/ abr.r. .
business in Starke at-I, :Mr. T. D. Proctor anal family of HnuiHt In tho Town ", Hlarkr, Sriiu ofI
tending to Lake Butler, have moved! to Starke I I I I. ."h. In IfrHitf'iH' lesday and Thursday. I will make their future home here, :Mr. and :Mrs..1. T. Quigley, Miss<-s :" ill nil th. riKht, .tltlr lnt..n.'t. claim andIro.nnd .\ .
and ,
.
I f the afuniiiiKl K: :M Kimkin' Minntie
-- Doris Scott Lena ; '
has :Mr. I'.octor having entered the em- and Quigley motor- 'I'Ied .,, In end l to thi rollowlnir dxwrtl.nlroe. I
Lieutenant E. K. I'erryman ,1 to Jacksonville Wednesday mornI I. ,,Is and prfmiiivii. lyinic and lH>',inir nitunu! .
Jt>en transferred from Camp Jack- ploy of the Telegraph ing. Miss! Quigley was returning to 'II i iho County ufo llrailftiri. ) and| $tat<- nlt THE FIREMAN'SVORK ? 1 lys r
lya
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Pike Ark. P t "11 In. ti>-wit : I* mm 11 Sutjtln iu t f urn rctinn
on to Camp her home in Halifax, Nova Scotia af- .. -
Avery Tison. the Telegraph's\ hustling d - Nini'Ufn. riiwunhip serna lIlhC
at Raiford, was attending tpr upending the winter in Starke with I IMr. i''' ,. .verity-twit.1 Fiu: runint IIU rm>tnn r rI :t tI
:Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Prescott and correspondent nnrIr! : Quigley: the remainder I t. of Sampson to business in Starke Fr idolY. i,inithinr. run north YI5 1 I fret lh jiei' / often thi' result of carelessness, I
Daughter. Miss Gladys he pleasant visitorto of the party only going as far as that ;Furl ins tfft. lh.neu Souili I 1"5 fret. th.nm't 2 fT ti
(City, were in Starke Monday. While here was a city to 'r', her < the long trip I Inurth. ..,11.. 'Hit ,.,'1. thvneiSoillti. Hit IVH. then'" J tun times of urtpreventablt
the Telegraph office. 'w-t 4JO firrt In plnc .f Ifirinnlnir. aid) .
darnel! i On account of !submarines operating "n I '.flnic lh> .n fl.' HI '.M girded| 1f.1 I Ift . y. a.i i alert. ]It is always best to tz beIir
| Messrs. Ben Altman, :Mozell\ :Messrs. C. D. Roberts, Furman Roberts off the coast :Mhs Quigley! will 1 I 11.k t by a ilfiff frr.rn NV t-: nuu.ttrr l urI I > pared for such accidents by
Uaiford were vis.tOr .,. '"h. 1111'' :
tnd S. A. Bryan of make the rail. und hunrtfiK dot.< < hi. and 1
trip by .
WednesdayGeorge James Reynolds: and son, Frank "d." dy ili'dl. farm .r..hn", 'imiknmn, xr. 1,1e' >h v injf your property fully insured
!s to Starke I of Graham were in Starke Wednoahy. 'MI' him boon 'Ii I .'tit. I (l'. 1C I I' AndrrnoI '.
!Mr E. Matthews: and family attended I I- I r MVI.KY.: I h> cost is little in comparison
down from i ( :Mr. Reynolds is the new county \ ''',...III1I1..f""I'r r.i f.ii sod mtm' 0f Iw i J
i White came commissioner from District .".. i | tho graduating exercises atthe I'sInn I a IuutLONt1 w11 HhthelienefitMUHHurcd in the way ,
.
Jacksonvillu to ,odd, hi* name to the I Florida" State College for Women .\II. '. '.1 i ; ., : i indemnity in case of loss. I/-t
registration list Wednesday., tdlahussee, returning home Wed ---
Among the Starke people who> Iventto om : 1 home office ston
< ,
I a insure jour 2
COMMISSION( : p 1
I GETS: HIS =
esday night. "t
They ,3
Jacksonville last Fri'l.iv, tierDr.' : were accompanied rrrp ie
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:Mrs Aaron .lung.l of Miami, it" hero.nursing .T. p. Tomlinson, Mrs. S. F. Hnmmk, home by Miss Jeanette) Matthews, The I many finrd, of Frank riir' *, :. ">** '
-. her moth' r. :Mrs. John Bennett E. Wall Dr. ,,ho was n member of the graduating will be 1'i.i'ili"' to learn that I he'I' from loss.
:Mrs Nellie HughB, A.
| who Iia bean quite sick. I i I. C. Pills S. A. Bryon, :Mr"\r'11r rlIce.' While in Tullari.t '-e Mr. and '. < recently tnk'-n his exammui on. : *" "*"*

Williams Miss Nannie Howell, VI' ir- "lrR. :Matthews wore ga'..t" of Mr. the position of, Assistant Puyir' 'i I
. FRUIT J \n> \Nl U (''\S-4.: You and N T. Ritch. nd Mrs John (,'. Kcllum their deghtful .. : ,n the N.i-::y. and in a class of J''J'
had 'j'' ..t' I ,,' now. as the supply is ette Floyd>> home adjacent to; 'he college f h' tood tX''" _. This standing put lain
Li E. WILSON
JOS.
',. :rfiarke Hardware. ', the all right, and h'h1 :
shoe "'voivi'i" i W. n. Wainwright of TaripTiukson "roundMr: K"llum I is tn"isury ofhe < 1..1'
Corp. .. "ommi."i"'I.--Gllin"vin. Sun... :I' ,I,
0 arrived M..'iday for a short r col'' and in Mddition 'the exacting i oI
Mr. und Mrs.G. I duties of thin position is malcK I 'I I 6th. :
at hoe repairing v isit with hilt parent-i. 2' _ ___ ._ __ _
_ Twenty nine! ""xp'rienee rubber I;. W. Wainwight!, of the Wateroak I ILtion '.. the college farm paying( Invest- : STAR KE FLORIDA
Br' of l leather and He will retur"' Saturday, got I lent fr r the state. Thereie ':U(dre PH:" ,-u*?<2 Ite to 14 Day
flow: 'it or A'a' small lot or ., ' in the farm and :Mr KM' ,m ha 'y'''ir dr ,SKIM v,'1fid ears 'f J 1''
his .
.\' ;: t.. Camp Si-vicr, i3 1. C, regi- ,, ...v r..r"T. : In' lr, ti "'> ,,-. Ot r v
'heap '
Knew .khoe '. lue >It !h, Iran fared, to that ,- line raps growing, :i'i hr t "<. << i ii .. i' 'lI
nt haMfj; on ***.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 5TABKE. FLOKli. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918.
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TICK ERADICATION PROGRESS: NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. SAMPSON: NEWS NOTES
Six months after date hereof will presentmy I

N REPORTSBuy of Water That tick eradication is being given vouchers and final account to the Honorable Sampson, June 5.-Mrs Dan Sas- i :
C$> COUNTY AGENTS' 0 {Tut Them in a Solution Ceo. A. Gardiner County Judge of
di i tilurfs for Later Use. a prominent place among measuresto Bradford county Florida and ask for my ser and little daughter Ethel returned :

I +i>" it>- !. >>* increases the supply of meat in the anal discharge aa administrator of the estate to their home Friday. They have I II Women! J
of J. R. Hallbrook and M. A. Uallbrook d<
relatives in Starke for :
been visiting I
The cheapest eggs of the year are Stateis evident from reports made by Ceased. '

J !I County: All crops ure doing produced during the summer months. county agents to the University of This the 29th day of March. 1918. several days.
of livestock are free J, V. EDWARDS Tues- Here la a message to
and herds Miss Violet Chapman spent
nicely .\t prevailing prices it will pay to buy Florida extension division. 8'29'6 mo. Administrator.. I II suffering women from

., from disease. I II and store eggs in water glass for use Eradication is an urgent need, so day in Palatka. :Mrs. W. T. Price, of

I Dade County: In spite of the last of I later in the year when the prices are recognized by several of the counties MASTER'S SALE. Mm. E. F. Hardee and children returned Public Ky.: "I nf-

I two cold winters the citrus crop much above the common level of the that have voted to dip themselves free Hereby notice la given that under and by to their home Saturday, aftera I. II fered with painful. ..",

L this county was within 80 percent of present time, says the University of I of ticks. In other counties the stock- virtue of that certain final decree. of foreclosure very pleasant visit spent in Theressa iru sba wrItes. "I got down
Ii made and entered by the Judge of
normal. Florida extension div....ion. I men are getting together on a program the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in with relatives. U in with a weakness In my

/ Walton County: Since the last There are several cautions in connection to rid their ranges of the pest.It Bradford County in chancery on the 24th :Mrs.: J. W Edwards and baby are tack and Itmbe. .I

j j heavy rains about 30 percent of thet' with the work that should be I I has been proved that beef cattle day complainant of May. 101N.and In against favor of Joe H. Jackson J. Stewart aa I spending a few days with their par felt helpless and dla-
an
cotton acreage has been plowed up which ents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott.Mr. courage J. .1 had about J
I observed. The eggs must be fresh are being robbed of blood by defendant the undersigned as Special Master
1 : food crops. will offer for sale in front of the court houseIn F. Hardee made business given up hopes of ever
and planted to The first watermelons not more than two or three days old. :I ticks will not grow or fatten properly Starko. Florida druing the legal' hours of :: E. a I being well again when

Lake County: of Infertile PICKS are best, if they can be and that milk cows subject to the sale, on Monday the first day of July IttlH. trip to Starke Saturday friend Insisted I
have been marketed, and are had. The shells must be clean : same drain give only scanty suppliesof to the highest and best bidder for cash the Mr. Kirby Smith was in Lake! City

I Rood quality. Castor beans are making with-I milk. not following personal property to-wlt : One bar last week visiting Jiis brother Hogan TakeCAROUI
out washing. Washing They can efficiently turn horse mule about eight years of age, named
a favorable: showing. gelatinous; covering from the shell and into food for soldiers and civilians the Tom. Smith, where they have big farming

e Hamilton County: Wheat grown in lessens the keeping qualities of the hundreds of pounds of grass hay, and JOE HILL WILLIAMS. interests.
Master
G-OlSi Special
y a few small demonstration plots has egg. The shells must also be free grain which they consume. They are :\11'. Lester Kite has again movedto

: made a favorable showing. The acreage from even the tiniest crack. One wasters made so by the ticks that MASTER'S SALE his farm near Starke. He has been
!
of cotton is still being reduced. feed them. clerking for his father, Mr. James
cracked will spoil a number of on
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egg
Notice la hereby given trfht under and by
I j Levy County: One farmer in the sound eggs when packed in the pre- These are animals that live in spiteof virtue of that certain final decree. of foreclosure Kite. Mr. Mall Harris is taking his

Morriston neighborhood makes a spe I! servative.The the cattle-fever germs which ticks made and rendered May 24. 1919, by place in the store.
r
the tha Judicial Circuit of
Judge of Eighth
cialty of raising hogs. lie sold more U S. Department of Agriculture inject with their bites, and there is: in Chancery, in favor of the' Citiicna Plenty of peaches are being ship-

,t I than $2,500( worth of hogs last season. .describes the method of storing tre added loss to be charged against I t; ::tl'f:; Huiford. a corporation, complainant, ped from this place and they are The Woman's Tonic
farmer has and against J. H. Collier defendant the undersigned -
4 Calhoun County: One commonly used throughout the country ticks of the cattle which die from fever will offer for .ale in front of the bringing good prices.

, ''i four acres of wheat ready for harvest and which has proved generally ; and their numbed reaches into court house door at Starke. Florida, duringthe Miss Violet Chapman left Saturdayfor I began: Cartful.! In

from which he will obtain a satisfactory in Florida: I the thousands throughout the South. legal hours of Bale on Monday the "'I..td.y Jacksonville where she will visit a short while I saw: a
of July, 1918. tha following described
bushels acre. marked difference.. .
.t yield of twenty-five per "Eartheware crocks are good con- Cattle that have been freed from personal prul>erty, being in Bradford County her father for several weeks.

Jackson County: A numbef of far- tniners. The crocks must be clean ticks and kept free, as they may beat Florida to-wit: Mrs. Pope Jones left Sunday for I grew stronger right
this fall Two mare mules, color bay weight about along and It cured me.
merswill plant Borne wheat small Columbia S, C. to visit her husband.
and sound. Scald them and let them cost, put on weight rapidlyand POO pounds each about nine years old named I dm stouter than! I
"Ik I r in an effort to conserve wheat by cool completely before use. A crock make cattle raising among the Kate and I'et.: On. horse mule color bay who is in training 'at Camp Jackson have been In years."
enough for their own flour- about 11 years old, weight about 1,000 pounds Mrs. Frank accompanied her as
growing abundant feed Jones
f' holding 6 gallons will accomodate 18 supplies of the South a named Rill: One Gray mare mule abut eight If you suffer, you can

I' making pruposes.Jlillsboro dozen eggs and about 22 pints of solution truly profitable enterprise.O4m'T3.mv0m0. years old. weight about HOO pounds, named far as Jacksonville, returning home appreciate what It j

r County: One day in the Too large crocks are not de Khody Two Tie wagons, two horse size, to Sunday night. means to be strong and
,
1 bidder cosh.
: Red Cross drive was known as Farm- sirable. the highest and best A. Z.for ADKINS Miss Ethel Raulerson spent Sun- well. Thousands of women -

..n' l inv- and farmers coming to town I e 0 Special. Master In Chancery.A. day in Graham the guest of Miss give Cardul the
brought products; ; which were sold for "Water glass is known to the chemist 0 STARK <8> S. CREWS Florence WalkerFOOD credit for their good
Cross. as sodium silicate. It is a pale 0 Solicitor for complainant. 6-31-Ct. health.: It should help
the benefit of the Red FRATERNAL DIRECTORY> -
Hornando! County : Farmers are do- yellow, odorless. sirupy liquid. It is 4 0 you. Try Cardut At all
diluted in the proportion of 1 part of !NOTICE OF APPIICATIOM FOR TAX DEED druggists. E-73
the 0
inff what they can to make county F. & A. M. Bradford Lodge No.
StfTION: OF CHAPTER 488,
silicate to I 9 parts of distilled water, J'1'ooPlEH "' 8 : 'WILL WIN
in 0
acre 33.
Helf-sustnining. Nearly every Meets every second and LAWS OF rLOKIDA.

the county thatis available for growing rain water or other water. In any 0 fourth Monday nights. <> Notice la hereby given that Wm Kale!>reut.

f is under. cultivation. case, the water should be boiled! and 0 ere purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 170. dated .

l crops then allowed to coll. II alf All the' the 3rd day of August A. D., 11114. bas filed W
Rr F1 AIlchuCounty! : Boll weevils are 0 I. O. O. F., May Lodge No. 10. said certificate In my office, and has made application Rj)
this solution and
vessel with
plentiful in all cotton fields Inspected place IS Meets every Tuesday night. IS for tax deed to I.eu.0 accordancewith Matrimony.
the in it, being careful not to law. Said certificate embraces the foU I Ituwtng
A boy's club with ten members has eggs 0 0 described property situated. in Brad I "?he Blldore." II. C. Banner's Chora-

been organized at Newberry. An up- crack them. The eggs can be addeda 0 M. W. of A., Starke Camp. ford county, Florida, to-wit: I[ Ing romance of New York lit.BI

.l is at work at few at a time until the container 0 Meets first and One lot com. 70 yds W. of SE Cor of See. i. dashed oft In house In Sovoni nth
to-date canning factory every third Wednesday n
thence W 10 thence !
19 A run N. 70 yils yds
ill filled. He sure to keep about two The Culnlro That hoes net .1&ct tha: I.eso
'' Micnnopy.Hrcvard. nights. A 70 yds., thence E 10 yds to pt of beg in I IH I I I street In order to provide> Its uuhor
'i County: Peas and beansare inches of water glllsll above the eggs. *> 4. "01 ton. Sec 19, Tp 7. S. It. 22 R. The | J 1 Decsu.e of It* tonic nod laxative effect. LAXATIvE with funds "to get married on
aid land being assessed at the date of til. ItRUMU\JtJNINUI.betlrrlhall ordlRurv
Cover the crock and place it in the t .
tiring. planted extensively. This 0 W. O. W., All Friends Camp ,. .u",.... of said certificate In the none of ]Quinine and doe not cause nervousness nor' '
buta coolest place available from which thecrock 0 said certificate shall ran"lnlln! head Remember the lull nnmeand I I I
means not only soil improvement i No. 138. Meets second and <* \ifnown. Unless t..1 I
every 'look lot the signature ol H. W, GROVE. 30c.
,
be deed will
moved. Inspect
be will not have to <<"' med according to law. tax |
lot of the best forage that can fourth Friday nights <*
and sue thereon on the lit day of July A. D., .
time to time
the crock from
j
produced for livestock available later 0 :n15 DO YOUR OWN
replace any water that has evaporated IS Union ..lIn,... my official signature and seal tin
in the summer. Chapel Camp No. 536 >
with cool boiled water. .h,' .iTth day of Mny. A. D., 1918. Keeps Hogs WellDr.
Franklin County: nipping vat construction 0 meet every first and third Friday W. T. WEEKS. .

has begun In the county. "When the eggs; are to be used remove '?> nights at Union Chanel.\ J. A. Ellington 0 'Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County, rlorlda. Wilson's Remedy Kchlnnr.removaa CANNINGWITH

l' Two vat near the two principal herd them as desired, rinse in clean, Clerk R. No. 1, Starke. *> 8-31-51. the kind and 'prevent which afflict worm ho,ofall ;.. (
cold water and use immediately. ,
-
i '', will soon be completed, which will ac- 0) It tones. up, keeps. In Hood" condition A
:
. fomtnnilnte at least IHIO!() head. Other "EIt' s preserved in water glass can Visiting brothers are cordially <* NOTICE OP ELECTION haatena fattening sod aavesfeed. i ihN
I fund. become he used for soft boiling or poachingup a. By the power vested In them by the School In liquid form all aoluble
t vote will be built as invited to attend these meetings 04.z'r4 Laws of the State of .Florida the Hoard nf given In water every hog strong
available. to Novembor. Hefore goiling such .1 Public Instruction uf Bradford County hereby or weak Bets its. share y

County Arrangements have eggs prick u tiny hole in the large end . 0'10.000$0 :raters an ihctinn to bo held in Special School Satisfaction Guaranteed
Clay :
the shell with needle, to them fax Pistrift No.7. Brooklyn on Saturilny. :fornuccraa
of a keep Vneil for with un
f and years
been' mild for the boys' camp I June 16th 1U1S. for the purpose rif electIns ttenl hOIr.r.1ItI.re.
by <
short course this summer. The plan I Prom cracking. They are satisfactory + + + + + 0 + + i 000 + + ''a't 1 three truHtvpti. establishing n district and old under mutt'prn \-back Runt' .ultee
Ilia with lectures for frying until about December LEGAL NOTICES 4 Ui diUmune the amount of millnge to be aN- of satisfaction Asl your rlr iirir at
is to hold wock's course ,raced.Ituundnrb'e.
n for It If he omrt "iipnlwo wl'I
From that time until the end of the
''o, in the mornings; the afternoons + + + + aNOTICE + + + + + + + + + of said proponed ilNtrlct are in end Hullim prepu'il! for S3 OP
usual storage period-that Is until 'ollnw"11: that purtlnn of township M, south Jlookli't free
R will be given to sports, such as swimming if range 11 east, lying within said county orHradforl.
t be used for Co..(Jail Point rla.y.Cr ana Jure the high cost. ol living.
boating and fishing. l\I/lrch-thl'Y can omelet OF ELECTION: '. t\erpt stctionH 2. 3. I and r. and l vTIUan' lnteilr
tI tea, ,scrambled. eggs! custards, cakes Wy the power viutuil In them by the School , Dado County : One canning factory' hales of he 'lnli- of Fl. irlil'i. (ho Hoard of'uliliu tVest half of \W.t half of Section JE. and nil operate it} WIll can fruits V.|..ls-

near Miami canned HOO:;:; () cans of and general cookery. instruction of.Uruilforil County herebyorders 4 t' nn election to ba held In Siivcial" School and 1In n
Swt. also Sections I Township' The
tomatoes this. sell Ron. Of this number '1'.., IHxirict No.6, Little Springs, on Snturny south, of range 22 E. Caoo Water Seal Steam Calmer
WATCH FOR SICK HOGS June 15th. 101S. for the of l> Absolutely Safe..
clvctnii
? 9(5,000( cans went to the American purpose For the purpose of holding tho said election
three IriiHteea and to determine the amount fiilliiulnmanagers, have bt> appointed
.he \ < n "
There five h. relented constcllan m.k..lc 1)1.1'w..
in France. are cunning ot
mUlnKu to be assessed
urmy Fred Clover : U. C. Helberger. John
ale Capt.
<
Headway its
Don't Let Disease Make patented
Any also allow
onll'.n
For the n 10 give Ito
a factories in the county. Two purpose of holding the until election iaylor.[ uniform' ,
temperature which other
no
r, in the lI'rdlIon't he following have been can
manager appointed: T. B. PIN1OI.STER.Chairman does
years ago all ripe tomatoes wCI'ewlRtt'd. W. S DulJo.... .. met ; thus your products are perfectly
+ O. L. Micelle W. HeR v. : nerd Public Instruction. Bradfoid Le>ok F. .at oattos er.uetat canned and retain all the natural appear '
T. H. PINIIOLS'rER.Chnlrmnn County Florida.Vttest This Label sowu.aato.unutr ance.Operates.
take a chance with a sick hog. ftoanl Public Instruction Bradford

Suwannee County : There are more Act quickly. Get a veterinarian or County Florida. \ .::. I' .i'. .PPELL. eased, by In elder hall makei.the time and re.It. .__...s

crops of (outs rye and peanuts to be the county agent immediatelyDon't Anent E. R l'OPPELL.County ( in y Supt. and Secv 6-1U( *At. -- low fuel consumption appeals' ? ,: rt
looked after than ever before. Where to the economical: housewile i ...,,",
wait a single hour when you suspect Suot. and Socy. 6-10-61. Can be aced on any kind ol a c....,
tho Holds lire stumpy and the one disease in your herd. Use the telephone NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAI.ENotlre love' ; will lute ......m..

mule plow system of farming prevails, if you hove one or send to town I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Irid 'r raven that I. W. J. Fplerson. Roma. SlaCinurifarm'
serious labor :H f f .i i "I'd County. Florida
the are faring a I
owners at once.. Only prompt action will stop Notice IH hereby given to nil creditors, dia- u ndtr and by virtue of that certain writ afXLCutmn I I sin
shortage. They cnnnot use large/ implements hog-cholera losses. Every hog saved ributcea, legatees and all other persons haw e' lied[ out of and under the seal Address 891"Number1STARKE :
to handle the crops. nir claims or demand atialnst: the estate of o f the Circuit Court of Hiadford County .rf
will win the That i is the
help war. J. I>. I'mlvrtt. diseased to present the Hume F"loridu against F '1'. Norman doing bust-
VoluAia County: The county board message the University of Florida extension to the undermined, aa Administrator of his n.... as Norman Brothers, and In favor of
the city council of )Del,ami I and thewomen's division is! carrying to farmers Hid' estate within two years from the date 1hereof 'enlmiular Naval Storea. Company, a cor. FOR SALE if
I otherwise the same will bo barred. p oratnm. and dated 14th day of May A. D., HARDWARECO.
M club working together rented in all parts of the State. Dated and aliened thin 16th day of May A. 1 OIK.! uill offer for Bale and sell to tho high- J. \V. WHITE & SON
i building large enough for offices D. 1918 st and best bidder therefor for cash at the "The Central Store,"
The latest of the commis-
t report:
for the the home demonstration SIDNEY D. \DCJETT. fAA ront door of the store' now occupied by W. (3. Starke Fla.
county agent STARKR. FLORIDA.
sinner of agriculture places the num.hl'r administrator of the estate of J D. PaJ- ii trunks, on Vtalnut Street In the town oflark. ,
ngent.a rest room for those of hogs lost in this State by disease tcett, deceased. S ... Bradford County Florida, on Mon. _
coming in from the country and a A. V. Long attorney. S17BtNOTICE ay. July tat, Wit), the same being. a legal
I I! l5-1fi, at 85,574, valued at dv ales day of said court during the legal hours -

demonstration kitchen. $2.IH.fI:17.: Hog losses in 191G by disease -I OF ELECTION f sale the following. described personaliroperty ESTABLISHED 1886

i Uroward County: One company hils"hippe,1 rose to 100 per 1000 in Flori.lnalCuin..t Ity the power vested in them by the School p situated County Florida in the 'rown to-...if of One Starke.Iradfuril lotf J. R. DAVIS &
Lowe of the Stale' of Florida the Hoard of'liblie CO.
;1 1,700 barrels of 450: pounds I nn average ofIS per 1000 Instruction of Bradford merchandise, consisting of dry goods, no-
hereby
capacity pitch of tomato paste to the for the entire country. At least 00 n"lolIOn vli-ction to be held In County Special School ions groceries. etc. the same being former- INSURANCE
thf 4tnck .r merchandise owned F. T.
I North. Ripe tomatoes formerly allowed percent of these losses were attributed Tex District No.9, vine Hill on Betur.day. y by .
\:
urmun. doing business as Norman Brothers.W '
Juno 16th 191K, for the of elect- fire. ruadnA llint I ."i"i".
i_ I to rot in the field were utilized to ling cholrra.\ That Florida farmers hit thr H> trunu-es and to determine purpose the amount J. El'rCR.SON.Sheriff r'TIRtyPIJ1e51assSleaoBollerSarglary.8onds!

, in making the product. Farmers re- are striving to reduce this heavy loss of millnxe to be assessed J OK HIM. WILLIAMS' Bradford County Florida. STAKKE, FLORIDA

I '-. ceived15; cent bushel for the ripe i is shown by the fact that county the For following the purpose manaxers of holding ha\o the been said appointedt election Attorney fur complainant. S-31-6t. _

: tomatoes, which meant several thou than hundred! ..,,,
agents trated more a A. II Surrrncy, F. I. Col A. L. Greens _
_
_ ___ _
. sand dollars to t them thousand hogs! against diseases, and\ T II. riNHOI.SrRR.: u _
Chairman Hnard Publlo Instruction Bradford
Jefferson County: One plantation pests in 1917, and saved' from death (uunty Florida.

is now stocked with more than :300 hogs to the value of $1(50.201.( : : Attest :

I Himpshire"' pigs all subject to regis Tho time for argument about anti- E It County POPPELL.Supt. and Secy. 8-10-61. I r

try. Tile owners propose to treat all hog-chol'lra serum is past. Explicit -- -- MAKE

pigs at 10 weeks old with double in- figures are readily available which IN I'f>l'NTY jriHJE'S rOI'KT., PRORATE YOU
1 IN AND FOR IIKAI FOKI> COINTIH.OKIDV. MONEY
oculation and then them
segregate prove unmistakably that when IIllministerl'd .

in quarantine for three weeks. Recent in time by competent persons IN UK : rSTATB':.: \SEU. OF ANNA JOolES.1)F.l' I

ruins have improved the crop hog-cholorn scrum will keep well To John Henry Jones Lawrence Jonr soil

outlook 25 percent hogs from taking the disease for a Carrie Junes and all other* that are interested

period of three to six weeks. Not in the estate of Anna Jones deceased.IIKKK3 But Do YouSAVE
: (Row; LEG11MF:4: : : FOIL 'OWS argument \\ : A. S. Crews, u ailminmtrato
1:1 but quick action is imperative of the estate of Anna Jone.. deceased, has
to and\ trained tiled in this court, a petition, aitkinif that this
a
An abumlnnce of leguminous/ roughage get serum operator court deliver' possession of and order' th. Bale
to the farm to treat the hogs of the following described runt estate, lying
such ns cowpeas or peanut hay or lings will be saved and the nation's ainl beinii in Bradford. County, hinds. to- IT?
velevt beans, raised the wit Lots One ( Four 4I .
I by dairyman II. | I. and Fiv (al.
meat supply increased if farmer
Is the basis! for nn economical home- every of lllock 1181 t uf Lincoln City according to
i will imim-diatrly, upon sign of disease the map of the same cnrded. in Hook One
. grown ration which makes it uneeessnry call in the nearest available expert to pave 177. of the Public Keeorda. of Bradford
for him to buy proteinrichfeeds. county. Honda being in the South Halt o.
diagnose the complaint and administer the Southeast quarter of Section Thirty-two
i Good properly cured hay form whatever treatment is iUi. Township Six ((41'!. South Range Twentytwo .
any of the legumes has a high percentage necessary. I i-'Ji' Fast said' lands appearing of record The time may come when you will wish you had some of the
of Rocnuse single outbreak of hog us I Umirinir to the estate of Anna
digestible protein the
says Jonei debased. money you are frittering away today.It .
cholera on any farm is a matter of
University of Florida experiment sta- : And it having been shown by> affidavit that
moment to the entire community and all i>f the heirs of the said estate are cltisena is easy to save if you but make mind
tion.When because hog-,'holora infection is rapIdly of Bradford county. State of HorUla. but that up your to do '0.
the ration consists of an in service by. she Sheritl cannot be had. and there Make the start NOW by opening an account with
spread farmersare .
abundance of silage and good legume many ways being n<> IM rcon known that service of a no- us.

hay, cows of moderate production of- urged to employ every possible tlia to uppear upon whom would bind thsaid
helm and' that the said, heirs
ar. all
measure to keep the disease out of over
ten but little
require grain. Cows the age "r l'wnly.one years.
which give more than 25 or :HO poundsof their herds. Your county agent will IT IS lIlKKLrOKE Ordered considered and
.
give you specific directions for avoiding adjudired' that the said h.I..., John Henry
milk daily the addition of
require Jon., Lawrenc June _
and Carrie Jon and
concentrates if high production is to infection by sanitary and self- all persi. interested in salt estate do appearat
he maintained.In quarantine measures also directionsfor the court house on the lot day of July A. D. BANK OF STARKE
the Isolation and treatment ofl'holE'rnlnf..ctl'd Ittlri. to ihow cause if any you can why the
view of the high prices for grains said petition' of the said administrator" shouldnot
the dairyman should make every effort hog, anti directions be (ranted.It .
for disinfection and I. further ordered that this notice be
the
restocking
to provide an abundance of leguminous State
published 'in the Bradford County Teelarapn County and City
hog lot. Depository
hay by growing legumes suit at Stark, m Bradford County, .Florida once
soil found ---. each week for 6 consecutive. w......
able to the on his farm.
The awful Given under my hand and the seal of this STARKE FLA.
J
"What shall I
(question \
court thin the :oth
day of May.' A. D.. H>1$, ,
d That rubber ring you put on a preserving have for dinner?" i.s easily answered at chambers. In Slarke, Bradford County

t jar helps you to stretch your if your shelves are fill of homecanned 6-a State I-Gc of Florida. A.GARDINER.

income. products. Judge of the above named court.




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JUNE 7. 1918. BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN


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Notice !Ia hereby. given hut the followtnn. dimenLn1, lamia will I* old nt public auctionon Taxet A DESCRIPTION T. A. (IWNER Ta & y

the t'lnt MONDAY. IN JULY. I9U. It brlg the lat day of aid ronmu before the DESCRIPTION See T. R. A. OWNKUUnknown l'mtLts a C.non N line 0' NW'4 n' $ on s. I (

"....hOUI. floor ut Starke, In UrniKoni County State of Florida, or to much thereof. will\ 0. 6. 0, in. 11. 12 In Woodlawn ... U .5 22 60 ... . .. --.. 11.1)8 f; or l.hl..h sl. 6 ,"E' on '

M tier ..u.ary to pay the amount due for tuxes Bet opiwaile the aame together with the cant Inn .'(I In Woodlawn --____.-_--_._.- 14 II 22: 10 Unknown .. . __ _.. 2..18 .Rld.10" 70 ft. E 210 fl. N 11 ft. W ,

, ,i ich xnle and dvi>rtlHlnii. Lot 6tl In Woodlawn _00 ..__...___n 15 II 22: 10 Herman gknw __ ____ ._._ 4.80 1C r II'n.IC. __. .. .__ ._ .28 6 1 Eugene Inllnn __ __ __ __ a.ll

Lot 80 ,n Woodlawn n.. ____ _.n_ 18 6 23: 10.J II Shermiinnknown _oo. __ __ 2.88 Corn .1 : \' of SW'4 run

DESCRIPTION ,... Taxee A Lou 21. 2H In Wooillawn .__...._____ 16 II 22 20 ____ __ .. ____ 4.B8 W 7N6 ft N 31& f. 6111 !t. .; 206 ,
S T. R. A. OWNER CoMa .__ __ 17 0 21: 20 Unknown .__ . ____ '
4 2rt 1102 rt brt
,, SW' .. .__ ... .... 4(1( _______ 4.41 LoU 42. 56 In Woodlawn to ft thrnr. E 17 I 8 t"
> r 24 4 19 A J Wllkinaon f
;, .nn -
. 6 2J 10 T .
Lot 3fi In Woodlaw.i . -- 18 B Hamby __ ____. 8MII, : Also ., M or Mrs S
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of NW' __. .. .. .. .. __ __ - .Inl. I
1 or N'u ,. 1. 30 4 19 611 Ceo Wlllllltii. .___._ w.07
! i 6 22 10 W r1
Lot 1.1 in Woodlawn .._.n.n__ 1 8 Tarbon ___ -"00' 2ftl, w of Sty I" 5E4, orSW' ,,
'K .f SE'--------------------- 1 1(1U 4 20 40 A B Fletcher. Truatte .. 7.07 I..... 16. 17 In Woodlawn _.____ _______ 1E'j II 22 20 Arthur Gown __.. Un__ 8.73 .kDIIII I4 ._.___ nOtO ___.__n ____ U II 22 10 M. F F Johns _. _.____ 21.18
--
( ,- and B'< of Lot 8.0...___ 19 4 20 KO Unknown _..__. f>.80
J __ ___
j -- __
In NK Corfor tnrko ._ 1\1. u ;
of I/ot M: ex 2church n6 ft a lute 4. 'lor 3 In I 6.2 ,
SW of NEV, .' .---.00-----__._- 20 4 YOSF.'t 40 Unknown .. .. ._.__00. 4.04 In Woo.llawn __- . .__._ SO II 22 8 T H tlamtiy ____ -.._____ 1.4J Iota 5. 7. Ilk Illk 10 In SI.'k._..__ Mn A I"hscne -- ---.-.-_ 1.71
\'V ,.f SW'. of of SW'A SEVi\ 21 4 20 2X0 Unknown .. ..._ .... 20.78 I.
i (
1 B. In NE Cor of NK'i of SWVi____ 82: II 22 2 F M nradley .. _-?__._ 2.1)1 Lot 3 "r 16 In StorkeJoni Mgwle Uutman __ 1.11 ,
of NW' A Unknown .. ..__.___ Ik
NE'i' f SU Sy----------: 28 4 20 6(10 60.18NWI"
.
____ 6 22 Amelia Hawkins __ .
Lot 47 In Lawtey E of R '..______ 24 ... __ 480Choa 24' 1..1 4 III N Ct 0' lA'tII
of NWi' . ... -----__.______. 24 4 20 40 Unknown .. .. ___.n_. 4.04 > 22 __ t l\v IM N Francfe __ ____
Lot. Ml in Lawtey, E of Ry___._______ 24 6 : Parker _--. ___._ 2 8M "f Rik 211 {In Ilak.-. I u In.11 '44
WK- of NWI,. or N'.u! of SW'i: A SW'4SEy,0nf'NE'4 :24 0 22 Chas. Parker ____ _____ 2 :
Lot 6 In Oil Hub-Dlv.! I of K Lawtey. 8S Slak on n.v'a
a to
___. __ 2& 4 20 200 Unknown ._ _. ____00_. 18.71 Ik 31In et.". M U iknmark /
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22 )I..
24 0 E J Mnklna
__ _ 2.38
I-ot M In Ott'a Sub tIv. of E Lawtey.
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NWV, of NEi4 A"wTiSWV LoU 13. 14, 16 Ott. Sub-Div of E Law ' lots t17 of 2i in ;;::_:::: Mrs It M ll" :: :::: N
i-Ik
of SEVi A E'i of SEVi___._ 28 4 20 520 Unknown .. ? 41.HAll try _. _-_n ______ ______ _______ 24 II 22 Mary McOIII .. __.._____ &.81 lot. ? of 111k lk Co Add'' +

except SW',* of PE'.u_______ 27 4 20 600 renown :::::::: B4.82 NWV, of SK',, of SWt .__n_.______ 26 6 tt 10 Korent Suber... ....____ 4.SO Storks .,._-_ .. .. .... .. J. Lone __ ._ _._____ boo r
Lot 2 .00- ____._.--__.----________-- BI 4 20 48 Unknown _. ____ __ 28N'i II 22 10 Unknown ..._ ., Add J
00 00 6.42 SW of NEV4 of SW'-------- ._.____ 4 so Lot 9 of lilk I1 In L T to {
AII ___ __00 -.--.. 00-------------- 82 4 20 862 Unknown 00 -- -- ? -. o..u._"1 4 of NIt| of NEts of SEVi: ________ 26 II 22 8 -hut,,. McRae __ _. __.__ 2.88 Starke .I : Owen (;..I.n.. __ __ ____ lo4 K

NEVi of NEVi A W'n of NE'/i A Wy!< W 5 of NN of \" NW'y20 II 22 8 T L merry _____... 4.30 6. 1----------------------1'
a. -- --
of SE'4 A WUj of Lot 2._ ____.___ 88 4 20 281 Unknown ? .. ._ ---- "I.'I W 2 .:. e Wty ...N. \.L.o:; of SE14: of "l.(' Add 10 Iarke .._.. ______ J .J h"ma__ O __._ 4.60 ,r +

NE'4 A Eft of NWVi & NW'/ of NWViA -1oi 't.-.: -: _:::: .::_ ::_:: 26 5 SI 2 A T Paul ____ ____._.. 1.32 Lot 4 or.Ilk 1 In 1. T C Sub Ili.. N"Pn l *rh.r -- -_ __ _e. 4.80

8V4: of SWVi of NW'l 0000_____ 34 4 20 800 Unknown 00 -- -- -___a 27.68 Com. at SW ('0.. of SW\4 of SEVi Iota, 3. 4 111 I In L'1'. Sub 1)1w. .. l' -. __ _______ 4.80Lul. r
KE'i of NE'4 A WVj of NET,. *: WV4A 1 1' "r In L T Co Sub lily t:ltfonl Juhn.n _. __ ____ 4 30

Lota 1. 2 00._____.______.._____ 86 4 20 BB7 Unknown, __ __ _______ 113.32 of run beginning E an Sec.thence line 410 N 661)ft ft to E a 1JS pt. lot 4 .: Ilk 42 In I. T Cd Rub l'lv ,"n. o.k..n. -_ __ _____ 2.88W'v 1

Ail __ -_.- ._n- n.n_.- 19 4 21 640 W R All,,,. Sr. ----.----- 'u.9. ft., S 8(10 ft. W 1KB ft. to beg---. ___ 26 6 22 8 Jan W William. .. ____ 6.20 vr Ilik 83 In I. T .. Co. 8.b Div N M ..I".on -_ __ _____ 1105Si
:NE<4'of NEVi A S'/j!! of NEVi &Vi .' of Itlk 36 In I. T C Sub llv_ Ed I __ ________ "
23 10 0 2.8"
Lot 3:1: In Woodlawn ___ __._____. 29 B Unknown .. .. _____. 211 l..n.. u
NW'4 A' SVj ._.__.__.n_-----n. 20 4 21 B20 W R Allen Sr _____-_.__ ((12.85 Lot 11 In Wooillawn un 0000. ______. 29 8 22 10 Unknown .. .. .n. ______ 8.75 Ilk 36 In I. T & l'u Sub ills ._ .._ It hl .. __ ____--_ 1M" I v

NWVi of NEV A N'/j!! of NWVI__n___ 20 4 21 120 J p gap, _n__________ i2.SB LoU :3. 28 U Womllawn .__ ._..____. 29 5 22 20 W I. John n.______.. 6.43 3. 4 .f Ilk 40 In I. 'r l- Sub Plv hilly, Brown -- __ ___ ,, } ,r
314 of SW', __nnnn.__.__ 21 4 21 80 W R Allen Sr. H.SQ lot a ur In I. 'r l. Sub Uly.. J. E ---------q, v;
Lot In .nkln
--- of 68
--- of lot 61 A Ilk
NMi of 8W4 ______----___._______--_ 21 4 21 80.1 P IIn'p' PAP W'.j S'4 10 lot. 2 "r 44 In I. 'r ( Aub "Iv) Julio (. __ __ __ 2 so
Woodlnwn _.. ._ -_ ._-__,___- 80 6 22 M V Haley __ _.__._ 241 :" u ,
SE'4 of NW-4 n______ ---- -- ---. .- It'J 4 21 40 Walter D 3n-- 5.65 I lot 8 or IIlk 4l In I. 'r Ca Sub Dlv JYlhla .iutler __ __ ._ 28"W.
SE4 of NK'I. of SW., _._______.____ S8 6 22 10 A J J'oe __ ._.. . 4.80 n ?
NW;i of NEV A E ." of NWVi A: NE% NE', of NE'1. of NW' .....-. ..____. 86 5 22: 10 JetT Surtnfn '_ __ __ .-?00_ 4.30 .t 1 orIlk 4.1 In I. T Sub Plv__ Jrw. Johnson (j.ol) ___ 8.1&L..la
ofSWV A: WUj of PElt------------ 23 4 21 249 :Mr Ann W Sapp 32.60 of 1. 4 S'4 "r L T Co + .
ol
h.n Com.n yd.' W of NE: Cor. NE'4 "I Ilk II jj __I.
J4V4\ of NEVi A Why\ A SWVi of SE', I VE'i= A run S 70 yda. W 86 yd., N S.b Div _ _. .. _. ._o_00_ Aumne .- ____.__. 4.80 1

A: EVa of SE\4.h..n\ 29 4 21 520 W R Allen Sr ._______._ 62.85 7ll yda. E 35 yd. to pt. of belt______ 8 6 18 .1 O Franck ._._.__.... 6.Si 1..1. Y. 3. 4 0' Ilk 4 In I. T & Co Sub w
All -, ,- -.----- _--_--__uu__ ao 4 21 640 W R Allen Sr __._____ 64.88 20 Liven xstun Trb, Co----- 82H l,
? E'.. of SW., of 8W . . ... _._ II II IS Wm I'rlci- __ _. .... .- -
N"'. A EV4 of SWU A BE'.._.________ 81 4 21 B60 Unkonwn -. 00 ?..?__ 54.94W SW, of NE'4 A NWVi of SE'4-: ______ It 18 8' Ixham Thorium n' .... ____ (4.04..43IS lt.. ; 13th ui in ", Co; Sub-I) ; "kl..1> -- __ _____._: UI i

'>I1 h."" __00_' -.--.- ._...____?_. 82 4 21 120 W R Allen Sr. __n____ ibis wa. of Jl EI. of NE'4 A NW of NEVi\ 1.1 I or Ill) i L 'r (' Sub Div Ilwyrnand J.bon __ ___ '.U

All .u ____oo _____n_..__________ 20 4 22 640 R L Black A Co___..___ 6* OA .A N '... .of SW'.. of NEVi 4.________ 17 5 10 R W Wtlttnma . __ ._ 11.23 1.'R I. 2. 3. 4. "f Ilk 8 In.TemVlsls Ad" r'l,
. .. ... .. 21 4 Si 640 H L 00 . Alva NudnrY I \'
All --- ------00-- flack A Co_____?_ M.DB SVj of SW',4 of NE'i A NW '4 of SEViA I" Ske _0 .- .--. .---- I -- --- 10.91 SM'

All:: ; ; :: ::::::::::.22 4 22 640 R L Rlack A f-- 83 DA E"j of NEV, of SW'4 __________ 11 II 18 80 !Martin Malphua, __ __ ____ 12.72 Iota" I 2. t.O 111k 2: In 7'rmphh Add J
.xwpt'sE'Vj'Vf: SE'4 .23 4 22 640 K L Slack A :::: 54.82All : SFl4 of NV,, _..__.________..._______ 18 6 18 40 Buck Wllllnma .. ___...__ 496 lu.S ;, ___-? ___ __ ._ __.____ I WIan., ,-_?___ 81 C''

-,24 4 22 UO R I. Illack A Co ___..___ 67.91 "f;'. of NK'i, A NE'/i: of NE'.4 of SEV 21 6 18 oil L K Graham: _. ._ .__-? 1.114( Lots 4. O. 1 In Nls/ng'./ Add t" Mr. Terrewut 4

'17a of NEVi A SWVi of NE'/i A W\oia\ NE" of NEV4 ____ ___.________ 28 a 18 40 Unknown __ ____.._. 844 '. - I.evlwn __-- 4.60
of NWV _.__--.__.__--____._____ 26 4 22 200 R L fleck A Co ______._ 18.75 un -? Lot 1 "lili.--8i InPee'k's' A ri
__._______________ 26 8 18 40 --j ,
BE'/. of NE'i ------------------------5 4 22 40 Nero Rawla\ .._. _____.._ 496 E'''' of WUj of NE'4 18 80 Fllen Hunt __ ._ _...__ H 7.1KllHworth Star __ __..._ ____ ____ Vlvl. R.u I....n -- _____ 1.62 T'
of __.. 2SW. II "
SW' of A SIM ; Trust
NKl-i NWV4 _
._ 26 4 22 610 R L Black Co. .u 10.03 of in AA +
All ---- -n ----------00.- A Co______... 57.91 Lotx. D, 10 Ik 1 WVlln' ;
All except SE'. of BE'" ______n_____ 27 4 22: 600 R L Illack A Co___ ____ 63.27 of SW!, A W 210 ft. of SE'i of Hluko __ .... ... ___ __to ______ 9 M 8twncer -- -.______ 2.8a i f
of SW'. ____.. ______ ______._____. 1 6 10 416 T I. Wlllla __ ____ 8 43
of SW'4 A SE'i SWVi Lota A, l) 9
NVi!; A WVi > SEV| of SB'. _._________nU____ 2 6 19 40 r I. W Ilia __ ... _... B4J f'rnol. xrkReC, k. WynnY Ur Ida J _. _
W!. of SEVi A NE'4 of 8E 4_u_._ 28 4 22 860 R L Mlnek A Co.-- 6832 to AlOne _ 1..lv ,
N'4 of NEV., of NE'4. 00. ....._______. 11 6 III 111 T L Willis ____ ._ ._._ g.nrt 18
__ _._ ._ __ 28 23 aiO R 0.
4 : L Black lot In Starke I 110 N &
All n. .n. --- nn & Co-- 63.06 N'T of NW'.; of NW'4' .00.. .. _______ 12 6 19 lo'r L Wlllia __.___ ______ 1 flriRmplr r I s 10 r 6
A of SEVi A all Wi! E W : by I '
Eta of NEVi : E'.j of SB' .__.____ __ __.. _ 12S'.j II 1\1 40 ': .n.I.1 Waln.t .t
Lumber _
of River__ _.__ SON 4 22 200 R L SEH 0. -- Co 00._ 4 05 N I W Ian" "f "
NE B niack A by J Uovh b"
of !% Co _._ ...
-- -- -- 211.611101E'4
of 8E' _.. .... __ __ .__ ____ 21SW'i 41 10 80 A I'lIk.... ______ I .
n. __ 12.04
__ __..__ __._____.__ 82 4ll: 180 R L Black A Co_ 00. I. Ilugg. by lk C "f Jones Add Ito I
00 ----- 14 Ml
_ ___. .._..__ 1ft 160 !
hn 41
.. _ __ _
*s of NE!, of 8E'4.____________._.___ 38 4 SI 860 R I. Ulack A Co__'..__ ii.54 NW. of NE'i A uu 6 In NW: ( of 21 Shipley Itnnn A Co ____. 3:1.6,1: Stark. _. .. h._______._ 28 1 II 1.. N W Franca _?____
All excepu NE'/ of NW'i------------ 84 4l! 600 R L Black A Co._______ 81)44 a. 0' 0,,,. list rant 118')! rt H of SW Cur of al 111 .
8W- of NE'i _. _ ..... . 2S 6 19 41 II J Thomaa ___. '
....
' -- 885
N... A SW: A E'-j! of SE'.__________- 95W.J 4 6SS R '' Black' ] Co ___ _ 4(1S( of M.il..n. Myl. Sts. & ism W 11& fl.
E' of A of NWV4A \ '
_.__ ________._..____ ;, NWVi S'i NWJi N 'f'
of SEV S5 4 2i II, 10& 10 .
E L :
nn. Pa.lm-tt ____
n 10.04NSy SW'i. of NW'i. .____. .._._____ :2SDeit 6 19 140 Unknown .__ ,_ _____._ 11.71 f .
_ __ 4 22 10 In Add ..._ Curlki
_ 86 to 20 II 22
of R L __
NWVi n ------------ -- niack A Co n__ 10.04 140 ydn 8 of NE Cor of NE'. of Unokila IIlake n P. Snlth .. ___ I.U \ !\ i
Beg of NE1'* & S'/, of NWA' '5'11.86: 4 22 48(1( M... Carrie It Marlins. ____ flu.44 NWVi A run S III yd' a.W 210 yda Tho 1 IIy a. nr the folluwmg. .c.lb-- '

SWVi of SEVi A SE'.i of SW'i._____ 10 8 18 89 W W Chlnholm Eat .h_ 12.42 N 140 yda E 210 yda to bell_______ 2S a isa 1 Unknown .... .__... 271 edS .1111. b-wit t Heg. al 1.1 210 f h 1.j 1'\I I
of of NW ('or "r NW'. to' S i'
WVi\ of NW& S 13'a of SW' SF.'/, of SEl, ?...__. .___.___._______ 26 18 40.1 K Kuteh 4'ju 1 !
NWVi\ -_._-_ ---.__ _-.--_- 16 81) n J L Harden ____ ___ ___ S 7 89-IOU she' N 4L 100 oh,, .
n ((1.73 One a. In SK Cur of NE', of SWVi! ____ 2* R 19 I .Jew, Aarona ...... .... 2.11 :: II t, ',
N 311.100 cha, W $$50 chs
A S 181 of SE' of 100 toLwil '
of NE1' a v.
NE'4 All of NE N of Hivcr__.__..___ 82 a 19 OIl Thonin
S'/4 Lamb .... ...... Id ftu
In NW V 0' .. ._
A E' of SW'i A SE'4-17 2111 J $5754 29 II 22 I Sallie
NE'4 J JJ L Harden 9981 SW'i of NE', __..__._______..00____ 33 8 19 40 Unknown ._ _. ._ ._._ 5.72 I I. 2 & ; or Iota 8- -Cur- 1. Moiphun __ _. 8.IM .
A of 80 B 18 480 t'J
T.U of E'/d! of NW !4 E'4 SWVi! J I. Harden :::::::::::: 72.27 I"" II BH

NWV of NWVJ .__._______00______... 21 6 18 40' J L Harden ___ _____._ 4.114 Lots 11 14 of Hlk 1 In Enay'a survey of NEl, "f NFy4 2'" ... . .- .2\\) < 22 3 n. 1.1" J ILdlwga------ 12" ,
_._. ______ 23 6 19 T"
SWVi of PESO _-u .-....__00_._.__.__ 2B B 18 40 J. C. rniwctls __u______ 6.42 of Worthington Sprinira of N Anrfrewd" .. _. .... 2.41 F 1 1.3 1. .r SE'., of NE'4 91 22 1 ".11 14annrd __ "_ 28M I

Sty of NEI. _._____ .._..00...____.._._ 31 5 18 liB W W Chiiiholm Sat __00._ 12.42: Lot I orIlk of 1'allon'a survey 1 I.a. cl, W of NE Cur of IW',
._.. __ .._ .
R
SE'i' of NE'/ __ ._____.________n___ 88 8 18 40 t: P Dick _.__ 842 Worthlnitton Springs E L Puk. 19.98 ufNE'; ism R 12'' cle. W .
_____ ___ 19 40 nun. All IrianKUlnr. lot embrncintr) Hotel' and visa. N IJ' else. N: 6 1-8 chs w log
SW4 of SW44. .---___.._ 6 Unknown ._ .. __ 707 3] ,
Bft "-.00 iiccordinir I'alton1
ground to
Lot 1 A all NF;' of SE'i N. of Ity.___ 28t III H,) W 8: Hrynnt _hU_____ 13. 1IIW' of WorthinKton Springe.._.aurvey ... Thomua .11 71" a----------------- 91 6 22 8 I.'t W'inr _. '_ -_____ S.20 I'
of Nt:'. A NE'; ,, 4 NE'i of SW',. 85 6 19 80 Unknown _.n ____ _._. 10.87 Lomb .. 84.13 9 u. elm at IW Cur .f N1Vi; .r NW i
Lota 6. 0. 7 of HI I. 7. I'ntUma of
survey
N & yde l.: Ill)
run 1',1.. li6
W ti: of SE'RWIof' Iwo! NF 10;e' ,. In It W'SE.cur& NW'4of 4 NEV4 Worthington Springs __._ __...... 'rhom,.. A I.nmb .. __..._ 2 UK .de W 118\, tn beg. II.n 2 "1. cam L I ,

of, SE"NWV ; /, .__..00. -.._-______ 1 5 20 410 Unknown -. .. ____.___ 41.14 l.ot Lola 1 6 of, 7 Illk of 11 Hlk in Worthington 11 In WnrlkngunSt'rlns Springs Thonina A Lamb .- ______ 2.11 lB yds F: of IIW ('0' nr 11.:1. .I r. .

of SW' & SW'j of SE'' ..._ 2 120 80 Unknown ._ ___ __ 8.8D 1\1. run N 140 yh N 1'.1.. ,
00 ____
E'.'. of JI :INW',. of NE' 4 NE'4 00"- -- 00" .H. Thomas. & Inml. __ _... 2.08 1 I y.I-. W 70 yda bra . 82 6 22 II ('.. Ncl'nsldnn,' _. __ __ bSn
Luis 5. II of Illk 12 In WorthingtonSprings
of NW' of S''., of SWl s---------- 2 6 20 240 Unknown __._ .. --______ 2467 .... 1 Four n. In HW Cur' or NE'; or NI:L4C. e
------ --- human A Lamb .. SW ( ism N 18:1: 1-8
of NI:' 4 of NE'i -------- 8.40 II ,
W'>' if NE'!, ; SE'4 LoU, 10, 11, 12, 13 "---I k iii In Worthington thuneo 210 yde. Miens. '
ur F..lly
WU/of 4 11&Ilia 1,1.
& NEI4 W'jSEV Springs,, ..-. .... .......... Thomaa. A lamb I3 vile I. liar of enid 40 I
_._._ 8 C 20 670 L'ukniv. .. 1,1
t NE'? of Sli' i------- ? . .. __ _. .n't 02NW In ,
Lota I. 2 of Illk 14 WorlliiniitonSprinKa I henre W In h,'", else 8 8. of :

'or,., of NW'4 NE' & fiK\t:\ of NW'/i A W'/i! 6 20 180 Unknown .. ________ 16.33 n_.__ ..__ -_.. ..___. --.. iiw l I' MurrlH ..___..... :8.41 or NE''I. .r NE'4' .I. ....__ _i 82 6 22 1 1 I Bh".mn" ._ _____--. 6.bd' n i;
-
LoU 5, it of Illk 14 In WorthmKlunSprintfa 3k "r NW I. .r SIC''. veept shout IIUa. $

N'i; of N'. of 'SW'.of' Sol*t N'j:a.' of..SK'i. .-.. 6 8I 6 20 20 480 2110 Unktt.iiri Unknown . . .. f.C 4.84 SO -- --- --- -- - ------ ---: Thomna A I.nmh .... ._00 I.OMSin 11 sold .hvare I".nl. _____ 82 6 U 10 .$..h,, N J0,,,.. _____._ _.' i '
Low 1. 2 A N'-j Lot 7 of ilk 14 In; Worthington All $'. "f :' t: of Itv-3 a. _.. 8:1: 6 Unknnwn _. ._ __ /5 (
_.
E'., '>f NE'4' A NW' of $l4 _.._oO- 8 S 20 120 Unknown ____ .. ___.._ 11.23 ,, ,,. __00__ -.._____ -_.... .... W 1 M.iCnrmick I..IJ It I of II'I I. 1.ln.ln ('Ity- 13 I M.ry "ishrr ._ __ __ 1.8

E>- ...f NE'SW:' NW''' of of SW1 SE'--------', A E'Xj"of !! 8 20 240 Unknown ._ ___ .____ 24.87 lot 1 of Hlk '15 in WnrthlnirtiMi H.nnu| I'nVnoyn .. __ ':.:::::-. 1.12: Lots I I. 2 .f IIIk 3 I. 1.1..1. ely _. ('hns Ellenon: _"__ ._ __.._ I ,
SW-, A 0. .ota 6. 6 of Illk 15 In Worthington 1.1 M or Ilk 4 la I.hcoht ('ly_.._ __ ('" hurl, __ __ __ 1: L "

SE' of NE' A NW', of NEVI & Syringe, .-___. ----__ __n____.___ Thomua A Lamb _____ -_ -.OH hula I, 4. / nr Ilk Id, In 1.1".01. Clv_ Annn J.,...Itlrlr_ ____ 11:
NEof! NW1/' & W-j! of Jl W&I\ Lot 1 of Ilk 19 In Worthington N'g 01 NW'. .r NW ." on 1.0 rlv

WV4 of SW' Slit: except Lota I. 2! Syringe end & Vault . I. .... Mrs
Unkhoyn ._ 33 U 13
I
-- .. .
ub-div. . _.nU ______________ 10 5 20 43* ,,1nknown.. -. .- ___.00 44.02 Lou ;3.: 4 of )tik19W rihi.;;;:.; -- 2.41 u In Cur I. or "Wh Ir NW\\ W I ( I Jlhl. "" 1.4"

riW'4 of NE1 __ .. .-_. .___--__ 10 6 20 40 Unknown: .- .. .. ..... B.43: Springs' -- -- - Unknown .. -- -. _.--.. 12.84 : of !11 .. .._ 13 II n : King (hnnlo. '_ __ _._ 190 ,y'I
E'of. E'. of NW' A SW' of NWiE Lot 1 of frno'l i lik- In WorthlnKtonlx About 4 P. In (' r or NWbi of '

8W '/, 1\ 6 20 600 Unknown .. __ ________ 49.77 Sprlnge --- --___ _n_____ --.---._ Unknown .___ ______.___ 2.41 HW'. E .,. HI& .W D I. 0' JL.
of NW'' A SW I,4 & WVV"of "SW'i'!- >t 7 of Illk 23 In Wortliinuton Springs M A DukHMm ._ __ __ 4 Oil "W? "r HW y. ssrpt.t I iron ((1(1of fIh".h

o' SEl, .- ..__00. .... 12 8 20 2CO Unknown -- -. ? ----.- 80.H5 I LoU 7, 8 ofIlk 28 In Worthington, . al 6 10 Unknown __ __ ._ _

, o. S"f :O>:W' __._.____...__._ 8 20 20 Unknown .. .. ........ 4.80 SPrlngs -- -------- ---- --- B M Patty __ _.__ 2.08 IIVr II NF: ('sir or NW"', of NR!.. 2 &8 \ I "" ,
S''. 'of NW--------------! 101 6 20 80 Unknown -- .. .-_.____ 0.85 LoU 1, 2. 3, 4."j; Blk 2tf l In WoinhliiKic.ii; h & run H :14.. r 10 II I.t "r lion t. .1) k

Com at SE cor. Springs, __00'.__ -..-- .-. --..---- Llvirimton,<< A ChimitwrllnMra 4.06 thence IV '. I. M 301'ia rl a 2' :

Sec line '15 .ha..... N 2tt-ileirreea, W. LoU 5. 8, of Illk :31 In Worthington 514'o' fl. lN 307. ft .. 1"1. ... 8 II 2: 4.\ J OrItMS ____ ... .-. lit 2M ;

6 cha. 11 Ika. U> Ky riuht-of-wny. SprinKa, -.n___ ___n__. --.----. K 0 Mimluy ____ 2.41 1kg o' NW ,' .r of III f ..'
thence K; on mild, riitht-of-woy HIcha LoU U, in of Illk :37 In Worthington 00 run S :Aal'y' fl. N: 801'11 ft N 801'f' "

to KanKc" line, thence S on enid Stirlntra, . _. .. ._____ Mrs E M ft. W :tslt'. rl t. .. 33 8 It Turner .
.0000. Petty ._ _____ h"I. -
SE'/' :M .. ISN'i. : 8 20 86 N W Ham __._.___ ___ 11.84 7.S6 2 1.1 ---- ---- 111 .1' t.
line to b.". in S'-, of a. -- Lot ::1 of Hlk" :IH In Worthington Springs. Unknown .. .___ 2.41 81..f N\I.r NI h.. t sOsiun J

,,. of NK'I'1 & N'. of NW'/i of SWUNW'i Lot M of Ilk 38 In Worthinutnn SprinKaS'j Mra E M Fully nu._ ___.__ 1.41! In lt: 0'. H H.'" I 2 III NI \
._______ 11 6 20 20 Unknown .. .. ___ 20.80
"r N\\II .00.00. 00 of Lot 2 III nil Lot 8 of Hlk 81) In ".5,, ,( NWI", of NIC'I. being ,

ur SW'i"cx" 2 u.inSW Cor__oo 15EH ft ltd VH David P Coffin ..._ .. .. 8.65 Worthington Springs .___ _. .. _.__ ..v Thomai A Lamb ...___ n.0.1 F .r NW ( 2 ... HW 6 I. .I s ri ,

,> of NW of SB'4 Frnc'l Lola or Hlock "D". "F", "G". Iona u & strip

?(fNW', S' of SW' of NW'&I "H ', in WorthitiKton Springs, -.-- Thomas 4 Lamb __ ___ 2.74 2214 n i w sift Fl .11\,8:\ /44.1ae, a._ 31 6 : U NAie limy .
Jl fI', of. SW'I. ex. 10 a. In SW I'Vnc'l Illk "M" In WorlhinictonSprinini -- Slug al HW I'., .f '. of NE'i & '

Co., A BE'. of SW'4 ex. S a. In noo .___ __._ ._.__..... Thomaa & Lamb __,_____ 4 OK roe E: 00 t. rt N HUl f W 67i'1 \
NE Cor ._ .00.-- _._____-- 1 5 20 465 I'nknown ._ .. .. ___._. 47.98 SI.. of lot :3 & nil Lot 4-----------__ 7 ft 20 120 Mm: Charlotte Colfin ___. 12.42 f4 H ft I. I", .. ". _._.81 6 n 10 W O Ounry -- -. --.__._. .1

E' of NK"-, ..f SE'4' of NW: _.__.__- 16 6 20 6 Chas C Iiurkhart ________ 2.18W4 NE' of NW .. .___.00?______ 12 6 20 40 Min loin Cimiwr! .___.. 4.42 H IG a. .r SI':' or I\!. . al 8 n 16 l.pnl") M..h..n __ __ "tl, It

of NW A N'., of SW',4 _.._-__- 17 5 20 180 Unknown .. __ .. __.__. 14.81 S'.... of Lot 5 & N'v of Lot B-? 19 a 20 S0 Unknown: ____ .. ..____ II.4.1 Fly ur SW's . _.8 6 13 80 L'; t. Orltri Nit--------_ 43.0'

I a'In NW Cor nt NEI' of NW: being NI.J of SW of SE'. .___ 00.___.___ 22: 6 20 SO Hannah Wllllnma __ ____ 3.76 NI, of 1\' or SI':' I:I4 or NW'!"

420 ft. sq.! __ .00 _'._ ...-_ 5 20 4 R M Heraey ______.____. 1.86 Lot t of Hlk H A LoU 2, 4. O. 8 at Hlk of _. ...J_ 81 6 U DO .I,.. f d"hn..n -.__... 11.82
__._._ 18 6 20 80 Unknown .. __ 7.8H NI''s of AMP rsrept a in SE 1
I.ot 1 . ---- -- -- -0000 20 A LoU 2, 4, 6. 8. 10,13 of lilt :\0A : a..qunn !
W-' ,. of Lot 9 ""."'.1 6 a. In SE Cur.. 18 5 20 84 Snmuel W Brown. ... __._ 8.41 lots 2. 4. 6. of Silk 81. A ('sir ___ ._ 35 22 D6 K r. l.i.'I.(. . ?____ 1/1'1 .

NEli of NK', 20NWVi 6 20" 4.1 Unknown .- __ ___h_.. e.U Lots 2, 3. &. 6. 7. 8. 0. 10. 11 of II a. s0 1 In .t: I'I r of NFU;' uf $,lay; sit 6 22 / lnk .? ho. ni j jFRlD.Y \

of SW --.-- 21 6 20 40 Mr. W A Owcna ___.__. 8.8 bilk 32 A Lot U Illk 4.1. A LoU, 2, 1..r SW'. Ir S6yi . __.__ .. ___ 84 6 22 M A ('nrtes .. _._ 1'11

EM of SE'i & N' ..f NW'i' & SW' 3. 4. &. 6. 7, 5. of Illk 41 A Lot Alai of AFI'1' tl U 4'" J I M.w ? __ 00.____ 1403 .
:
of NW'4' & 8'" of SE'i of 11:1\: '.- 21 II 20 220 unknown _00 26.08 24 of Illk 46 A Lobe 2. 8. 6. 8, 7, H AK' "r NWI,. .. _-_ .__ .. ... 18 6 112 40 MII..I, ,. Nelg'r: __ __ __ I") a914W'4

SW'i pf SK'-t: 22 6 20 40)1.. Chnrlotio CoRn ____ 8.73 of Silk 4(1 A LoU. I. 2. 8, 4 A of NW'' "f N'. nf HWI.. 8 22 120 (I (I ri5ia: __ __ _____.__ 111.11

NE'4: of 8W-i of NW'4' A PW 4 NVj F '11.1 I-ota 6, 0 I. & lots 7. 8. II, 111. Siof Nt;' & K'; 0' NE". of NW's !18 6 22 100 Unknnwn __ o ______ 41144 ,.j

of SE' ex. l lot 10 of Silk 2H in __ __ 11. 12 of Itlk 47 A< all Bike 56. MIn NW'' of NW5. .1 A ,'ulvmnn ,

NW'4 of IIEh: .n_.________.____ 22 6 20 140 Unkon..n ..._ 00 12.111 New River ..00 .___ __ __..23-24 8 20 I Unknown .. _ A"Jl W'y.r: _
SE's of SF-I.' 26 6 20 40 Unknown. __ _. -_ _____. 842NW'4 W' of NWI,. ____._ __ ..__._ __ 1 8 40 W Cnn'n 0___-_- u .-- 'LIi' 8'11 .r NE':'I. & SKI; or NW'. ._. ._ 4 1 20 121 A 11 Shaw _. .._____. 14" 4Wy

of 8W'. __ -__._..._________ 26 6 20 40 John P Coffin __ ___. 1.06 :NB'-i: of NK;>4 of W'4& E 4 0 a. of II \ u of NFJ I. .r NW'. - 6 7 21 ll \ W I'inhulntur ? ___.__ I. \

NWI14! or NE'. Wy, & 8Lq or SE'j 21 6 20 440 Unknown __ __ ______.. 41.11 II', nf NWVi of SE'. ____ ___u_ 1 II 21 14 I'nknlyn __ _. __ _00___ 2.41 Sly 51g a. Lot 0 & ey of lot 10
E'y or NE. & IIII' '. ur NE'' & SVj ofSW44 NW' of RWI 4 0. .__.. 8 8 2t 4" Empire Lumber Co i! N 12 I---------------- 7 7 20 /0 .5 M Nhaw. J.. -------- 004

0' SE'4" .__.. ____.__ 28 6 211 8RO l'nknown ._ __ .. _?_ 42.14 NW of SWU __.._00.._00 ._._..______ 15S'.j 8 IU 40 It K'llry _________-_' 5.73.42 S'i r..t 4 __00. ..___________..___ 7 1 I 41 r. 'r Ahnw __to __ ______ 8.12

W\.iI\ "f IIE'/ I: E'" "r 8WI.._______._ 20 IS 26 160 Ytndl Ed..ad. __ __ __ __ 35,78Corn. of SW'', A SW', of 8E',.________ 29 6 21 120 f Warren ,__.__ NI Sol. 11 . ._ h_ ._._ 1 1 20 41 U..kn..wn, . __ ___.__. i 19I'wn I
'' W 20ft. fI .u.u 138 a. II 5F: Cur or lot __.___ 7 7 20 1M. Aunh. ".s I 1
.t NE ('or. .r III' f; & run W'., of NW'$2 8 80 I Warren _.. __ 1 00. tln". u :
2 u. ( 2(1''" W or K
tins .r
to "" of
to a I>t. "f bog.. thence S GO r.. Total, 2 A N 25 a. of Lot 8.__.____ 86 8 Unknown _. __ __ 1.11. r tWI..
2 u N .
W 20 ft., N 8& Ct.. E 20 It" to beg W' of 8W'. of NW, A NW'., of IW' .11. < Ny wey r

In Town or 1..nke 11ull,', _____-____ 80 II 20 Nan A Ziegler 00__.___ 6.19 "SW' ____ _0. ____ 0. __ ________ 2 8 22 60 Starke' 1.1mb... Co _. 12.2S run N 21 W IO ft, A to Jig

S'oi of Lots 16, 17 or Ilik 6 In Lake lIut- NW4 of NE',, of SW'/ __00_.,. .__ 6 21 10 Hey S o Wulf _00_ a.38 rt"ht or wig. lion. K .n enid right ,
__.___ 80 6 20 )1" Ifaltiu II McDonnll__ 10.01 1 0. 0' "RY 10 the "f beg. I" 8W,0 ofSW4
her ..___0_. _.n __.___ ._ -- NE' of NK'4' A SU of NK', A SEVi .t
46 vr Ilk --- --.. ---- ---- 8 1 20 I F' (: _
All lot 46 or Blk 17 all lot of NW, A NWVi. of NW'i! A K-j( : / lIln,1 ---- --_ 10.24
Cum 41311 ft of E: Iln. of ..5SW
18 N or A. C. I.. Ill' In Luke Bntl.w of SW, ____.. _.nn___ __.__ 8RE' 8 21 280Rt.k. I.umlwr r" __ __ 6411 ; SW'4
I .-_...__00 ..._-_ _________- 80 IS 20 Mn. Uaulll D McDonRld__ 2.98 ., of NE'4' __._..__ ----.____ 4 6 40Stnrku lumbar Co n--------t OS !.. on aide Iy right Ir '
Way a riot NB": fl W It. S to
Lots 24. 26 of Dlk 8 M.Klnnpy' Add W'. of SE" of SKV| n..n_. __ 6SK1 6 22 2'1 1I"a. l.uptn __. __ _
0' New Lake Ilutler _...._._____._ 80 II 20 Lake Butler lee 01: EJ.o Co 1&.18 ;' of NW., .n. __._.__.______ 8 8 23 40 Unknown __ .___ 11S Ity right of wuy thence F; 01 soil
right of I" beg 9.. ________
Lute 27. 28 or IIlk 8 In McKlnn.y' Add. N' or New l.nke Hutl.r ______._____ 30 S 20 D E Knight -_ -_________ 1.52 % of NW,, of NW',. _nn___.___ 10 6 : 80 Inkn..wn.. __. .__ 480 I..t Lots 2 "r II 1 In Won) City.. n: .-. W W Wool _._. __-___ .11 +
7. I0. "r I In Ward ('Ity I
Lola 40f Silk 4 In McKinney's Ails. of SB'- of NW' _____ 10 Ilk I. (I..n. Word ..
8. Fay; of WUj /. --10 8 22 Tucker . _.___ 355 -- -- I 41.,1
__.___ 80 II 20 l'nknown __ __ ______ 4.68 I or Ilk 2 In ." City -.-. -_ ,r.M W..,., /
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or New Lake Butler---- ._ u K'.j of SW, of IF-I.. n__ _________ 8 22 20 H Spinner . -
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Lola 1. 2 0' Dlk 13 In B. L. New. W' of E'of; N I. A Ely of W'/j 1 I 00 1,16 Lute I. 7 .r Ilk 1 In W..I City 00-. .. Wun' .: _::_:::: I 11
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,....m'. add. I" Lake tbntlen.---_...._. 80 S 20 Mrs V 0 S.'mllkh' __n 2.68 of NK';I., & E'-, of NE'. of SE'''',,_ 6 22 lOl Unknown 1228 Iola : H or.r Ink '2 In Wnnl, City "-" W WI'" _. __ ?__._ 111
I I. 1'1 In Wan .
Lot 11 N or fly [In T. E. Dkle'a lire- NWI. of IIF;' _. ._____ __..___, 6 U 40 I. A fv.nl: 0. ". A.YI 1"1.. 5 "r I Ilk In Wa.1 Clip. Flomns' W..I '- -- --- 1'1
und add to l.akl> Butler .. _._.,__ 81 II 20 nary Willlnm. ._ ______ IAs W'-j of NW'4 of SW'/, _____ ______._ 1 8 24 20 !nkn.wn . . .. 2.76 Iota Ilk City -- ----. W W W..I -- -- --?-r :
O. 0 la Weed _.____ '
; City
81 II 20 4 Mrs: e A Knight fhel..)__ 488 rr Ilk I W W Wur.l 1
4 a. In SW Cor "r N6y .r Lot I------- N'. of KVt' of SE'i of IIW',. A E',4 Lot 1 ur U Ward City. .. -. --.-.-- ,
Lots II In Tv..n..nd' aJd 10 Lake of of SW. of _____.___ 12 8 2J 20 Ik --- Morena W..I _
P. 10. E'n
Unknlwn . . .. . 3.0S 6 -- -- n 7"
blotter __ __.__._._._ 81 II 20 J C T..vln _. n u.__. 6 GI 'SEI/ 1..1 I, 2. ..rlk I5 In w.,1 City. W W WRI'.I t'
NW' of NE' of II 8 22 Unknown ---
N'.' of of-' NIVI.n h U 0 2. IRO -- .. ..._____ 3)354 ------0' If -_ .... 476 I or Ilk III In Word City __Mo. Fhr-na Ward ----_-_ 1'7.
NEts N'4 Unknxn SE" of NW' A of -
160 __ .. ____.____ E' of NE'i NE'.if lot II rrIlk III in Wunl, (Hty--. If -- h
20 _
___ 84 II 18.8\ oO Umwn
NW' .h. . . _._ ._______ 14 21 2n SIre I .
? n SW, ; / Eva RVlon _. . _. 12.01 I.,., I II.I 12 nr Ilik 18 In Word City L - -------- 1'11
'om. at RW Cnr of SW' rf PE's a W', nf K'.j of SE", ' NW'/!,_______. 14 22 10 J Ilom"r 1.lvlnlC."m) .__ 4.70 .... ,. 2. II. U ur In Word City I. A 1n :.-- -.----.- III

run N 10 eh t" Rand thence SE: N'- of NW of KK1 ___.______._.. 14SW 8 2I :ll r'..",. Knglg: __ ..__. lot ''I..r In Ilk II City: W Im..n, -------- '
II Wa,1
slung ..101 rued 20' ch. to 8 line of SW'4 "f NK'4, .. ..__-..___ 11 6 22 In Mrs. (' Carter __.::. 1'4 lot. I of Ilk In ." Clty. _..h' I _- .79at
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or enid III .... thence W on paid line S' 11 IS 21 10 W V.'b..Ukh ._ ____ 11118 IIWI 4.90 Ik -- --- _
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u WWW.rl ::1"
hrgtnning .. 40
111 .h. to n. E of NEVi ____ 18 22 00. _
u. It.n..n Rsynnlle __ ._ .....
Stilt In
I. B, 23 Wand _..
M. Florence Clbb __ ell War" !
All NE44 0' NW'4 N of A e L R7.Corn. ---- SW .. __ 8 22 41 Annie 1.1 I CIY- __._ ______ I I'1
or 8t:' NE'of ------- ----- 1 l..ynold.' __ __ _._. 8,49 IA.t 6 of Ilik t2 In Iud (: -.-- .Io.n. Ward
.t NW Cop of NE'i I One lot''lAl' on E aide of the 12 a. tract Wry ..r WIy of NW's &ly.:!, .f -- '--- 112 I
run R 604 rt tn s "t or ...... then" of land belonvlnv. to I'. C. <4".. uf
", Wtg AE'/4
E 210 n. S PO ft, W 78 ft. N 8 rt N' of NEIuf' SW/,
II 21 S IV T\1I1.\ .. __ 7.40 win in : NW'. or NWIWI. uf NFa
19
N P2 rt to beg ____ -- -- -- ?
W 8S m. 00 Wm A bySarah ,
hounded N by
1..1 t 5W'' .r NW' .. NW' ofSF
''om at SW of l.n,1) .wned thence Ly C. 11 In. Ca-an Seol. ..- -----00-- 21 8 2J 1 8amh M.aJ _. ....._ .f:.,. or NW\' & Ely I vr F\o.; of \

IOn ran S ii ft. 'Com at NW Cor of land owned by 1.10 .. ._._ 4
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14WIs 'II 250 .r D
Cor of .00 IHlt1,. nil, .
SI': 0 I ____
.n..lerly dl"cll..n, 106 rt to Elvira KinK. on E aide of Ry A 8WI., of SWof; SWI. ____ ._ 2 10 Jones ___. 13./1 4
said land .thence In o westerly dl.- t: at right to said l Byt : 2 Wi '
run .n..l.
ofSE' N'15; "r NW'. & N 10 .. .r Fag; nf Ie I
linn 108 NE'6 II tr. nl, .r .beg In W\o. U Lein. Sspp .--- ._____ 680 E line of Sec. 21 A thence N on SW' . F: 14 .. or AF4' ur HW' j'k4

or 0' Ry L laid line tn center SI. thence W on H'" or NWI"r BFa:'? I.. 4 a. In I \

Corn 100 rt NW from cents said St to It 1'.. thence 8 alonic Ry.bi 133W : & 1, of AK';' N'j of 4 1
teach. on I, land line oIlv. the SE's ... In .K4 of NKVi e. 'I.'f 'I 5'g of "N I,, of '
Bald Ilne 42ft .1. ; ,4
of NEl ,. thence N on such 'Inn or .,c.l. haven'there SK': n. In NE: Cur------- 13 8 22 .( .
thence E par with Ry 8& yda. ?". Men .1..1 21 a 23 Louie Guynn I. ; 101r..kll Land Co ..._ : 50'
line 42 rtIntl.ectlnlC -- --''' 1 -p, All of SW'. 0' .'. 1"f fly 25 .. & :1 I
thence a p.'. with bind W 9S W% of Elk 8 I of R 4 W. lying E of W all SE'' .r NE44: 0 .. In Nt \

Ry lands. thence lino of 01 BWK l I TempW..uu Cur .f Nu, .f NE' of SE's II II 22 11 I 0
Irlng -- -- _
yde to rt 0' "" aid lends NI . . 21 a 22 S Rufus I'nkn".n -- -- -- 088 i
ft .. ---
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land sold to> E niv -- ---- RI.I __ __ 9.91 1 9 a. In NW c..r IWI.r NWI.I'I 8 U 2 Ibtwrt, ; j ,
A lisl-------------
.between Ry. depot. SB', of Illk 6 8 of R :3 I W In Templ4'asnlwiiv. N' of. NW' or NK54: NW', :

Kite and now owned by Mr. Nellie a. -. ---. B 22 > Jiinnle 81,... .. __ _____. .' W' . _
2Kj 3 2.68 11 23 890
18 6 21 Lent Sapp __..__ ._ ____ 7.08 .r -- --- Ir
of SE' of NE'4---- I I __ __
Snpp In WU, also I All W '. of bilk SS ..( R i W A all EV4 SW' NW'4. "r SE' .--. . 200 N r rh.yl.n e _.__ 10,49
N 1 1..1 rf NW4. of NE' 1H 1-8 a. of rtlk 8 S: of R .1 W. lying in NW'iSE" N'9; .f" .r NE'., SE''.. of -:'. 1/ H 21 60 Cnvlh"n 2118'1'
of NW'iA :' If :: : ::::::
of Nfl.
com at NE car of NK' HW in TemplessobIlv W'g .r :''. of NE'.!. .. . 22 8 2 Jn""wn '.1
run W 1.12 yda. S 11* 2-3 4 e----- 20 II SUP ---------- 1. -oo. : Mfg Cu _
20 M.I. ..
112 yda. N 14* 2-S to "or. aim 8'... of IIFo.. HW" -.----.___ 2 6 22 John Parker -. ? 144 3! W'of'. >lW14 & NEV4 .r IW',. & ;'4 n .
1 1.113 a t
S 1.J of NW' of NK' 2' a. com at NW air of Center St. ALawtey "r .... . ._ A 2
com at SE nor of NE" of NWUA and public NWN __--- -- - 2 H 1! rolunl.la .'an I.and C 17,66
N 11 H 2 .1 yd". W 132 y.U. S S.k. .0..0 NE'" rH : 2: 41 _. __ __ &USWe
run IS 21 17 A 1 S.pp' S.2. run W slung .old Kt 410 t 4 of '. ,., I ;. CI."I"
146 2.3 yd.. E 1.12 "da to beg.. 4 a.- 20 lands formerly owned by N D H..".- ' In .Cur ,:Fj U 2 80
s ,i.t: ,,f NW' ,,.r NF.' II 1-1 a. .1." land 200 veeptNEU' : I : J.m. Mlmmloh 1 s
25 II U 45 J S No..n eo ________ 1.M man thence N along sold ', I... a In fU: Im - --- ;81

?. r; a. In SE ('or--------------_ __ -s //I 21 4') J F. W.nwri..ht ____... 1:1.01: ft, thence Easterly 4''In' ft to Bald E' of N", NE'l' of 8WI., I
,W of NW'' u 1 ,Arthur II Alvarea. . .79 road, th.n.1 '. w beir In Temple' & Hl4;' I. 10 .. In ;
On. A ,n NW fur of SW of SW',.. 25 II 21 -- 2ma'1. P.___...22 6 22 9 Moer4.. .- __ __ 9.!6 .1

SE'of; SE'4 1 II U 21 15 40 Arthur Men B.III.II Alwr.-------Mnlrh" III 2.88 77Lnt' 1 at NW. ..orof o BW, of 8WA RW, ,'?r SKSS i '_:: _:-:::: ::: : : !: : 99 IAA RmokfYn Land C0". 19

.. 7. I I. or. K. a In. -Et4 of. NEH8' :____-.-_ 1 6 U 820 Fula W la"II..y _____-_-_-. 35.78Sr run S 7H yda. 14. y.K 1. 70 .yd_... 12 II 22 2 Eugene Cox I 1...,,, 5. a BF-----------------------. I 9 U M Melrue..Mfg Co :: ::::::
of b.lC. .
nn. W140 yda lo pt II.'9 NE' of
: .. . 2 129 5.0 Fuls; W Mnulley ______. "a.a 0 1.1 7 I"", 4'1 Unknown .. s I I'HW
II 1:1: 40 It L Bleak Co .___.__. 8.04 N' nf SE'i of SWVi of SWU' encirpt .f I.;'- 1tI.. 01 SWVless .Y I" -- n ----
NE' MW'8' ; ... .. 22 4 B.ir Rn'rln . .
of 24 If) nkno..n ______.__ J.:" W I'.j a 74'J" 22 8.9'6 'is.s .. -_ IS 7 29 10 .
IS Ilanly Pidgell _ __
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lot 'i W.xidlnvin .. .. ._. WIII( ms 8 .
In II 11.1\& 9W44 i AE'4: S ll 111 N. 8.1N Ill' "f SE's of _ 16 7 10 10
80 Carne Starling 1p1
IIU : oJ I. Itnknnwn'I
NW .. "f NWI.14 : ------ .V'- ..:::: K 1969tarlnv,1nv IWI. I
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:NK1.: & NF.'i ;, . N,1ts 1 : u_ IU III -.n a W or h" In 01 Lot 1 all
IW. ,,d i NE'' A SE': of NW'' A L-i d .. __._ a lA J K 8.1 l,4 0' l
22 120 Unknown 33.7S NWof .aE..4. h. N' tour 3 u __. .._ II 7 20 GO SIn Ann). . .
SW ..f SK', :' . -- IJ 6 -- -- - -- 4LV. "f HW'' or bWV ____.. ._ !u 5 i.KWU Swallow A: Rn 1' r. . 4.1 rl a'' ..' '"t I. :R. right of way & 1m"

N jf 7'f' SE', of NE'. A W4 of NEI ( -".. . 12 4 Unknown' .. .. ir.i.I I lot I ft416n. 't on N Chic "f..,

E' r SB'' A S 3.... of 8W cfNW .0' !1.irk of NEi4"I . 6 i!.' Kit Wlllinm. . 1.4 1 fur. Col".o .hunh -. ___ ._I_ 1. T 10 J d 95nw . .. '

,. of N' nn/ 'l. of BW/4 of Cow. l' ; Cor of W'.j, uJ NW'4 tt SW' SK'4 "f NWNtP .. li
SW ,. A W ': !i of BWV ASE NE r.in'W Kft 'n 0' FE' .\
o'IW NWI' .__ 13 7 Ilabnown .' 40
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORID FUIDAV, JUNE= 7, 1918.
.",\E: EIGHT

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+i Next Sunday will be observed asc I not think of going home until! day- Mr. Walter Townsend, cf Lake Butler I f FORETHOUGHT

--: r Children's Day in Grace Methodist light.K. was in town Sunday. I -

= : ;. church At the 10.10:: morning service B. Woodard was in Hampton :Muster 0 G. Smith went to Jacksonville People are learning that ahtt'cf' ,
rethought
''a special program will be rendered Sunday afternoon Friday to meet his sister-in- often saves them a \\IK ,, [

i hy the childen and the pastor will i Word was received here Sunday af- law, Mrs.: Regina Punty-Smith of Elizabeth (ipcnsc. Here is an instance : "I[ ,1,do|
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County News Items ( speak very briefly on the subject of ternoon that Mr.: E. D. Abernathy of New jersey. I, not believe that our family ha-, iH..n,

education. The new song books will Graham, who had been seriously ill Mrs. Lewis Reynolds) spent Thurs- |''without Chamberlin's Colic Cholera

- -- |I be used. Everybody welcome. I! for some time, had passed away Sun day and Friday in Jacksonville, the and Diarrhoea Remedy since w mm.menccd .
The thanks of the family are here- 'day morning. His friends here keeping house
1'e many of her husband who i is employed years
;
Our guest airoI
bter..ttn Facts Gathered During the Week by by extended to all friends who so hear of his and
e: I regret to death extend there in the ship yards. I When we go on an extended vNit we
Regular Correspondent kindly assisted in their hour of need, their heartfelt sympathy to the Miss Era Anderson, of Sapp, was a take it with us." Obtainable any.
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Cline in their bereaved ones. where.: -Adv.
visitor here Sunday.
recent bereavement in the loss of I !Mrs W. M. Brown has returned

,r'.' i 7- -A- their youngest child, who died from I home from New River, where she

1 : { BROOK ER ITEMS ut this writing Anderson Ga. toy typhoid fever and was buried in of Law-last'' spent a few days with her daughter, .4>4>4>4>>4>>4>4>4>4>>4>4>4>4>.4>4>4>4>4>4>+. ......NN.N1...NN.....
Mrs Burgess, of cemetery on Wednesday I. Mrs. R. Clark.

a r:1 Drookcr, June (i.--Messrs.: Olen and is spending this week with her sister, week I I i, The crops in this section are suffering .

,;, ''t' '' :Fred llu/en, who have been spending Mrs.: J. W. Surrency, of near here The Sunday School picnic given annually for the want of rain.

.' \ some time in Nashville Tcnn., return Miss! Vera Surrency of Pine Hill, by Grace :Methodist church will |I i Mr. D. W. Moore was attending to

4, 1 j ed homo lust Friday afternoon. was in our town shopping last Fri- take place next Thursday, June llith.:! business in Hampton Saturday. I Lard 24 I-2e.1

J I Hnrrl Crews, of Camp Johnson, day afternoon. The other Sunday Schools are invitedto i Mr. and Mrs. Dave !Manning and
E 1'\, lust Thurnday here. I :Mr. H. C. demons I spent last Tues- unite and go along. All public children, of Starke, were visitors

1 t. spent day in LaCrosse. spirited citizens and loyal church here Friday afternoon.Mr. .

'i t Mr. Guy Turner, of Starke spent Mrs\ L. G. Surrency is still on the members who have cars or wagons or and !Mrs. Cribbs and children, .

'j J r< Saturday and Sunday! here with rel1 sick )list at this writing. I both are asked to have them at the I of Hampton, spent the week-end here tt .

atives.Mesurs.. Mrs. Rosetta Osteen, of High postofTice by fi n. m., ready to share with relatives i ii

I Harley Itozi-n;, and Guy Pin- Springs, is spending this week here in the joy of bringing happiness to I Quite a crowd of young folks went We have bought 125 tubs of the highest

.' ir holler, accompanied by Misses Olffa with her mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott.Mr. 'I the children. out on Crvstnl Lake Monday night;
', and Thrlma Ward. and lne/5: Abernathy : G. B. Colson made a business I' Their friends will be pleased to I to have n'chicken- -pileau;; supear, i.I in i grade of compound lard, which for a limited i

motored to Worthington last Friday trip to Lake Butler last Wednesday I I know that Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Randall I honor of Miss Lois Bowen, of Orange time will sell at the low price of 24 1-2
afternoon morning.Mrs. are home again They have been visiting Heights, who left Tuesday we very i

a I Mr. :.:. Williams and daughter, Miss: E. L. Crosby and daughter, their son, Howard, who recently morning for her home. /Several cts. per pound. This price is by the tub of 45

''f Edith of Worthington, were in our Ruby) were: visitors to Pine Hill last enlisted and made such rapid progress games were played and all went in .

town last Saturday Miss Kdith was Wednesday afternoon. 'as a sharpshooter. He has been slated. ;, for a bath and supper was served on : pounds, and the price will probably never come i

' j one of the lirooker teachers last term. Miss Sapp, of Raiford, is attending among the next to go abroad. He is i the grounds and at a late hour having ;

, y !I Mr. Olen Uazen was tho guest off' the normal here. I temporarily stationed at Washington, | : spent an enjoyable evening, they i as low again. :

I Miss Irma Andrea, of New River, Mr.: L. I,. Morgan And little daughter and is a member of Company G, U. S. I departed trusting that they would all II .

f' I last Saturday afternoon :Mildred] and Dogan! Nabb were I Engineers While in Washington, I meet again. Among those present

I made business visitorsto Hampton on last Tuesday. Mrs. Randall says they, with Howard were: Misses Florence Hall, Addie i
Andreu
: Mr. S. V. a I I YOUNG TRADING COMPANY
enjoyed n number of picnic lunches
trip to Graham last Sunday morning. morninp. on I i Thigpen, Lois Bowen, of Orange/
. ,I. Mr. and Mrs. Dickert, of WorthinK- Death of Mr. E. I Abernathy the Potamac as well as dinners and Heights; Daisy !Moore, Stelle Wood- .
: I
I s ( ''I t in our town lastSuturd.iy Mr. I':. D. Abernathy, a well known pleasant evenings: at the hotel. They ard, Ruby and Rhoda liennet and Minnie -
; ton Springs afternoon., were and highly respected citizen and bus- have now seen their boy in uniform | Hngan; Messrs. Hen Hall, Blan.I i Starke Florida. i

Pi I I; Mr. and Mrs. W. Andreu and theirfhurmiriK iness man of Graham, was buried and are naturally proud over his I ton Owsley, Calvin Trieot, Kilmer 2 Z

Miss Irma, last Monday morning, June 3, 1918, I whole-hearted voluntary surrender to Woodard. Arthur Bennett, Ed Gaines, .
: daughter
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: passed
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1/1/Ih .
I / last at Dedun Ccemtery, near this place. the service of his country. Howard, John Hall( Cecil Moore, J. P. King/ ,
I "I !I' through our town Sunday The funeral services were conducted as a sharpshooter is as enthusiastic Copt and !Mrs. T. L. Murphy and others. .........4...NN..NN... ......NIt................

J7I, morninn. by Rev. Smith, of Garham, after I a* Billy Sunday on baseball. We un- -- -
!Mr. Andreu has purchased a new
t'Ii! ,.,, Ford. which the remains were turned over to derstand Billy Sunday is also going Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Smith, of Stnrke,

:Mr. and Mrs. C.I.: Andreu of Old his Brother Masons and was buried across, so if the Kaiser is caught it were seen in our burg Thursday. NOT ICE.DE8CRlI'TJO .
with Masonic honors, Graham (and will be either Howard or Billy that Samuel Woodard was in Starke on 7ha.6a.u
I lust Thurs-
Bradford was in our burg did it.Mrs. : Brooker Lodges performing: the last Sunday.The .
,
NE's of NWh & E 1Z a In NWor
day afternoon of sad rites. Waldo Lodge was also rep Angie Sternberg was a wel- people in this section have been NWLy ..____ _.____ ______ ______ 22 7 20 82 Unknown -_ ._ _. 03
:t !Mr. andIrs.! Frank Andreu, come visitor in Lawtey on Tuesday N 80 : PtE' Dol : v'c-. 2t T 20 36 Mitchell Hill -- 4
New River, spent Sunday here withthrir resented. trying to keep the huckle berries fromwasting. One aa'3 ; ;; rNW% -- tJor
l/ ) Mr. Abernathy had been failing in spending the day with Mrs. E. D. RW'; being 210 It square ______ t 7 21 1 Mrs Sallie Malphuis '
l'; Ron, !Mr. S. V. Andreu. time and operationwas I Sayles. and RFor NEy ._______ ______ _.______ 5 7 2l 411 Ida 101 Pratt __ _. _:__ i.u
health for an Mrs.
some Cupt. T. L.
!Miss Mamie Reddish, of I.nwtcy, isattending Murphy were SW'", & WI.J or 8E''" ________ _.__u__ H T _I 240 Unknown _ _
i Normal Prof. advised by his attending physi visitors to Hampton Monday.Mr. of NE', ._____...___ _.___.____u S 7 21 40 nr Ida J Iclbergp, .h. 21.2"SEV 't'SWI.
''r the taught by cians. He was taken to Gainesville RISING: TINGS: : D W. !Moore was out electioneering or Nf;', .___00__ n______.____ 8 7 21 40 Unknown __ _. ____ t"t
,,*" A. B. Shaw here. NF.v t except S'4 of SE of NE4)! 9 7 21 140 E E Hinkle _ __ __ l3i
A nodal was given nl the home of hospital, where he underwent the operation Monday.Mr. RW L, or SE __. .._.__u_._.__ 9 7 21 40 Unknown_- '_ __ !
: last Saturday only living three weeks after Rising, June 5.-J. L. Jackson of : Ben Powell made a business S',, or I SEV., or SWV & NfI' or SWh 10 7 21 6O. W A Mari _.- __ .__- .71, \:
Mr. and Mrs.: E. J. Ward -
NW'., or RE" WI'J of NE'4 or
8EI.
the operation. He leaves to mourn Jacksonville, spent Sunday in this sec- trip to Jacksonville a few .
night. Those being present were: days ugo.Mr. I & E' of SW'. of NE% 12 7 21 80 C A Rowand ._
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g Inez his departure a devoted wife and five tion visiting relatives and friends : J. J. Collins and William Smith NE' of NWyi & NWyt of NWy; ofNEy -- 01m'

1 Mishi'8 Inez and Thelma Ward children two brothers: and one sister. !Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Seckenger attended I of Lake Side, were in our burg Mon: 'I __.___ ______._ __________ 18 17 21 50 n II Spencer . 5"2
4 Abernathy, Eunice Hazen, Onita Mr former resident church here Sunday, and while day. NW''. fir NWL, & E'" of SWl4' __"___ 16 7 21 120 Unknown __ :: :: ::. U3'
Ward !Messrs. Harley and Fred Ilaz- Abernathy was a C'" of 811:':, & SIJ or SEl' of NEy4 -
i ; ofStarke of this place and was engaged I here joined the Corinth Baptist church Grandma Cobb spent n few days at Nf"r NWI orNflI\ ________._ 16 7 2l UO Unknown _. __ __ _. ._ 11.3:
(?n L lodges and Guy Turner Sty, of I"FNE'< of SWt4 ______ 17 7 21 80 E _. __ -
4 in the saw mill business at the time by letter. Brooklyn] recently with friends.II.UF'ORD I ; } n Jones __._ S72
4' ti : They all reported) a nice I sly or SW''' of s ..-------.---- 17 7 21 20 Unknown __ __ ._ __
!Mr. 211
Joe Crews of the Vanderbildt
time. he resided! here. lIe afterward mov- W', f SW't l ". 21 7 21 20 J E Tony .
s'k -- 17'
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ed to Graham and has born in the saw section, was a visitor at the home of W'y NE' : '.. &l----I-N --
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd, of Graham JOTTI'GSTIaiford : Cor or NW'4 of SEI,. __.________ 28 7 21 21 Era E Raynor .. __ .
were in our burg last Saturday mill business ever since, up to the I A. I.. Jackson Thursday morning. SW4! 01 SE,. _.__._ ________.______: "6 7 21 40 N l' Cxutha. __ __ '''t',
time his health failed him, and while Mrs !Maggie Jackson and children June 4. Miss Perla Whit- or sw"%, _----- -.--.- ---_.--.-- 2 7 22 so M M OriBu __ __ 4.Nt1 :
.j afternoon. here made host!' of friends who were visited :Mrs. A. L. Jackson Saturday !, sir, roW',. .--___..__________._ 3 7 22 40 S A Carter __ __ _-_- 19"1(6.61SE
Mr. Collie Weeks of Starke, was in a ten entertained a number of her vr SW'' .. 3 7 22 40 I
.' f' and I I --- -- --- ------- Danlill 101 Moore _ 1.01
afternoon. present to pay the last respect. night Sunday. friends at a rook party Saturday eve. I NWi I "r NE'4' Irma 5 a. In NE Cor ____ 3 7 22 35 Unknown __ __ __ __
town last Sunday I 11,6
our o An ice cream a u I", 4 or I""L, -- --- __. ______.__ 3 7 22 40 w W Coleman __ __
JU,61
I !Mr. End Dukes, of Dukes, was the !Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crawford Friday ning. e SEC, 01 NEyNE'4, of SE'i, --.---.- 4 7 22 80 Mre. Carrie MII. -. -- r 15
I of Miss !Maude Shaw last SunIl 1.\WTEY Among the I IY'y or & ofSE'Nof
guest guests present
were
1 night in honor of their son, Lonnie, 81';' ----- -..-..-- .----- 4 7 22 80 Dr E M Webaer __ .
J ,! day afternoon. Lawtey, June < .-Miss Rebecca who left the following day to do his Ira Hoko Smith, of Elizabeth, N.I I lv'. or NW'i; or SW'; _._____._____. 4 7 7 22 20 Unknown ,r IA4 is
-- --
I'rof. Shaw his normal Misses Wl, or NEl, or NEL, &< NW1N of -
1 A. H. opened JJ.; and Aileen Reynolds, Vivian -
! Whitehead and noire, little Miss Eunice bit to help win the war. He left for I Nr-:' Ie. 4 a. In NW l'or .----___ 5 7 23 66 Dr Ida. J Helbel'll
last Monday June 3rd. Whitehead, returned home last Camp Gordon Atlanta, Gu. Graham Nannie Andrews, Flos- Ilea 211) fl L of NW Cor or NW'4 of r -- 442
I ; Il bliss Marguerite\ Shriver, of Columbia Jacksonville where Mr. T. sye Reynolds, Sadie Simmons and Helen N9'' & runS210ft.E420ftN
A. is
j Saturday from Crawford another far-
I:, College, returned to her home here Nauright. Messrs Herbert. Ritch, 21o ft. W tJO !O"t of bel<. ..__-___ 6 7 22 2 Mlltw lnb"l'1Ion __ ._ 490
they spent several days with relatives.Mrs. mer that has the car fever, amMms"- E'l' of NE'4 or NE ._---_-..------- 6 7 22 20 Jas Clark _. __ "
., lust Wednesday.Mr. children of purchased a fine automobile-the largest Avery Tison, Tate Denmark, Clarence S a a. of NW'i of SEtj E or ity--- II 7 2J 3 Joo Johnson ." 2
J. C. Adkins and --
!al and, Mrs. D. W. Ilazen and Ritch Shepherd Mooro and Walter lIel nl NW Cor..r NWIor SEI4 Gainesville, were the guests last Saturday car in this section. 8 62 rda. E ::10 rdu.. 1'1 82 rah'. W 30
\s'y} daulhtf'rIiSA: Eunice, motored to und Sunday at the home of her Miss Elm.i! John son is suffering Graham. rde 10 laws _.____ ..____ __________ II 7 02 30 Th omna V Porter .. ..
.f Worthington last Friday afternoon. PersonalsThe 1 lOne a. IOn 1'1 end or lhe Wy! of NW\t\
tl Mr. and !Mrs !M. fiyrd and children, mother, Mrs. !M. E. Edward .i has with almost a carbuncle. on her foot, which W. C. T. U| met at the homeof or NE" f; of Ity .___._n___.____ 8 7 22 1 I/orrlot Oom! ._ __ j.'
j disabled her. One
1\i\ ,' I of LaCrosse, spent Monday here with Miss Dorris Law, of Starke, was | Mrs. Allen Kelly anti children and Mrs Flora} Nauright :Monday even I NEy A. in W NW of for lIy or.--Way- .--.of_. NW\___.\&...of_ 8 7 22 1 Boston McRae ._ __ \.1
.' visiting friends in Lawtey last week. BegJ eh. S of NW Cor or NE' '
'I !\I r. and !Mrs J. L. Surrency, and Mrs. or
Britt Alvarez
and baby and Miss: ing.Mrs ',
11 while here attended the funeral of Mr. Private J. T. Reddish!' of some training Winnie have gone to Jacksonville to Roginia. Penty-Smith, wife of I chs swui&runSachsE10chN3. W 10 rho to beg, lees W 1 a-

1\,;\ E. D. AI>('rnathy. camp in Georgia, visited his parents mnke their future home. Hoke Smith, Jr., formerly of Raiford 2 a. ---.-. -.___ ______.._.__ 8 7 22 2 Mary Joiner __ __ .4'SWL1
\II, 5-t Mr. Stove Hazen. and daughter, !Mrs. !Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish: !' several Fred Thomas, who has been hereon but now of Elizabeth, N. J., is visiting NEC" or uf NW'NE'',, &&SI"NW'or .NWl/j of SEy or!!lE''&, H 7 22 60 Jas Clark __ _. ". __ V-A

y. ; Florence Va'rnado, of Old Bradford! days last week, returning to hill [ a furlough, left last week for the her mother.in.lawIrs.! S. W. SFxi' "r six-; ..----.--_ _. ___.__ .0 7 22 120 PAul Smi __ __ .__ 1040
(\ "! attended the funeral of Mr. E. D. Abrrnathy camp Friday. in Smith. I !S'. or NE' or SE'.n _. 10 T 7 22 20 Unknown __ __ __ .71

'ii i: here at Dedan Cemetery on Mr. Carl Knight, of Starke, was a camp -Georjl'ia.TInI Earl: V litten. of Camp Wheeler, SE'10;;
: p t'Ht? Monday. visitor to Lawtey last Thursday. ESS.\-- Macon Ga., had n short furloughhere NI'\I' or NI';'; & NE of NW ., &< i

Mr. and !Mrs. J. I. Surrency and !Mr. A. H. Harley came home from I before leaving for another I SS\'L s', .of or .1 SW'1t' .&" SW'4 SF:'" _of___SE's__.____. 11 1 22 360 Paul Bra .. _. _- tt .

two children, Jessie Leo and II. I)., Jacksonville and spent Saturday to Theressu camp. TH "innv friends were delighted f \\I _ ___._. ______ ______-: 11 7 22 50 unknown. __ __ 1"
June Mr.
6. S. B. Wood-
.
l .n spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. Monday: returning to Jacksonville on .,1 OL.C ll.lll. 111 - -.--.. -------.-- ..--.-.. 13 7 26 640 ran Broe __ __ _ ,a'All A
ard of Jacksonville NFL, or NE' _ __ -
_
___..
spent Saturday
H --- 1J 7 23 40 1Jnkn..wn __ __ __
H. Surrency of Pine Hill. Tuesday !Messrs. C. B. Cason B. I. i r.
night and Sunday with his family. Taylor, ----- .----.---- ______.__________ 14 '7 2 J 6411 l'aul Bra __ n__ __ _ w
!Mrs. I'. M. Maines nnd daughter :Mr. Will Stallings:= from near Rai- J. II. Dowling, who are employed in : E\. or NF!. NW'. of NE'y NF4of '.
Law- I Mrs.: Ashely and children, of North NW'f.. of SW44 !SEy4); 15 'f 22 400 .___ ._
r Miss Nettie, of !Monjteocha, spent ford was transacting business in a ship yard in Jacksonville spent the Pnul Bra 40U
.._
SE' of _
Georgia here SW'i, -- ____ ________._ 16 7 22 40 Unknown _. ._ _. 642
Monday here with friends. tpy last Thursday are visiting her daughter week-end with their families. SW'4 01 SE'4); -..____._. __ ____.___ 17 7 22 41 Unknown __ .. __ ACorn /!
i. Mr. A. B. Surrency spent Monday lion. Chas. E. Davis of Madison Mrs.: Porter Gufford. Rev. G. I. Wiggins of Jasper, filled at SJO Cor of Sea 19 an run W -

1 on business in Starke. county, candidate for Congress in the Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan spent last weekin hill appointment at the Advent church 6641 beg. ft thence. 1'1 saG N 216 3-10 3-10 ft. ft to. E a pI.105 of rt

j Mr. Clyde Ward of Tine Hill, was a Second! District. was in Lawtey in the Jacksonville, having gone there for Sunday. S 106 ft. J E: 315 n. S 111 S.IO n. W
visitor hereIonllay.! interest of his candidacy last Thursday medical treatment. Roman Addison of 420 fl to pt of beg in Town of
t I Camp Wheeler,
__
_
Hamplon ____ ________
n. 19 7 22 D W Swindle __ ___ ._ 10:12:
!Messrs. G. Colson and Miss Minnie Hagan has returned
R. L. T. was a visitor to after spending a few Nj!; of NE'i' SW41 of NE'- Bur
C Shaw were visitors to the county seat !Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and Hampton Sunday afternoon.Mr. lays with his family. or N E64 or NWh 1 1.... 2 a. in SE

Monday children were visitors to Baldwin on J. W. Batten left Sunday after- A. L. Crews and H. L. Kickliter N'.C"'r of ----- .- ---. ._ ______ 20 7 22 138 Unknown __ __ __ __._ 148
NWi! except U a. tn SE Cor 21 1 228M Pnul __ __ __ _____ H
!burs P. M. Barefott and 1 noon for Jacksonville where he has have left for All _.__.__ _. Rra :
daughter, Wednesday. I Jacksonville, where they ----.- __ "___ 28 7 23 6tO Paul Rme __ __ __ ___ 619'
Miss Inez, and II. C. Surrency spent Henry-Bennett was transacting business secured employment in the shipyards.Miss I have a position with Merril-Stevens. All All ---.-. --.----____ .___ .___ ___ 24 7 22 810 j'aul Rra __ __ __ __ .. 830
._ _.
___
__
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--- ---- --- 211 7 22 840 Paul Bra _.__ __ __ __ 12 mNWV '
Sunday with relatives in Graham. in Jacksonville the first of : Ruby Bennett visitor Sidney J, Futch or
to ,
A part I was a was attending bus- NE', NI(, or NW'4 ___ __ 26 7 22 120 Unknown __ __ ._ __._ q.1
Mr. and !Mrs. C, M. Andreu and the week the county seat Friday. inpsi in Starke !Monday. Five a. in a ... in NE C"nr !cri of -

daughter, Miss: Blanche, passed Mr. and Mrs: Jesse Reddish and son I Last Saturday night a pound party Miss Maude Taylor is visiting her \ ..,Slit or .SW\o-.-..or--.NWI,4--" --.________.___.___._-26 21 7 7 2:1 22: 20 5 C Walter I. Norton ___. _______ ';.41 4tv'
Hooker
ij, through here last Monday.: J. T., spent part of Friday at the ,I was given at the home of Mr.: and brother, Lewis Taylor, in Jackson- 4 a In NW Cur or E'j; of S W y. 01 NWV

Mrs. K A. Brown was on the sick home of Mrs. Clark in the Water Oak Mrs. W. M. Brown's in honor of Mrs. ville. N'...except or I"E'1.,a.&for SWII church, or NEy______a__.E"r __,_ 27 7 22 a Jrnnle JTI.kaon __ __ 141

list part of last week. section. I Everett Clark of near Starke. it being Roscoe Loadholtz is visiting his mo- N\\ & NWl'. orIwv,_____-!_& 21 7 22 210 Paul Ben ._ __ __ __ HS:
I'' !Mr. Mabry Howell of Old) Bradford, ails and Mrs. BlaineToston and children her birthday. There wns quite a ther, Mrs: W. M. Hollingsworth, this Lot U of IIlk 4. Sub Dlv of Nyti of __
is 'crowd Nf4: or NWH -----.._ _____._.___ 21) T 22 John Smith ._ __ _. __ 'HI
attending the Normal taught by of Jacksonville, spent several I II in attendance, and had plenty week. LoU 3. 4. G. tI of RIk 31 & E\oJ of Blk

Prof. A. B. Shaw. days last week with relatives in and I of goodies to eat, and many games I Chas. E Davis, of Madison, candi- R"I J2 In Ilianlon Add 10 Hnm"lon _.__ 80 7 22 P 8 Hunt __ ._______ 4'
nt NE
Mrs C. E. shines und daughter I I around Lnwtey.Mr. : were played. At a _very late hour date for Congressman; spoke to -A- Hamp"'n Cor&< run 01 I.ot W 20 5 ft of, S Ilk! 40 11 It, In E
,1 !Miss Grade, Montcnrhn, i in : Carl Wooten was visitor to the guests departed\ for their number of the 20 fl. N 40 ___ __
were a homes, citizen* here Friday. It 10 beg ______ 80 7 22 J F. Tonp ._ __ _____._. 184
our town last Monday.Mr. Jacksonville Monday. declaring it a most enjoyable evening. :Misses[ Lora Johnson and Ardella W'y unit ot of Ilk 11 In lIamp'on ._____.--30 T 22 !' U Hunt _.__ ___n__._ 2311
and Mrs. J. J. :Morgan and Mr. S. Cline came over from Jacksonville Mrs. S. B. Woodard was a visitorto Cain spent Friday in Starke. SW a car pt a5:1 or: NE'rt E", <&of 5JN NF.yi.rt"S See 01 ao

family attended church at New Hope and. spent Sunday with his Starke Saturday.Mr. !Mrs Ruby Parnell and Milderd a runW105ft.N235ItS105ft.
4 last Sunday. family here. : W. M. Brown in Hendry have 82:16ftWbeg: ?--.. ..----. __ "1 22
wn ILAFF.44
Hampton returned to their home I
NW.. or NWL, --- ---. __ __ ____ y0 101" M.da E Miller piard.
!, Little Clyde Crews of Lake Butler Mr. B. L. Blanchard home Saturday afternoon in Fort ' 7 23: 40 t.
came Myers. or N1Vt' a Nlio! 01 SW4!, ___ 30 7 22 Gce S renter -
n 120 : IP.86
spent last week hero with his grandparents from Jacksonville Tuesday to vote in Mrs B. S. Campbell reurned home Willie Dubose, of Camp Johnston, :'.'.. "fIS '.C!of-SW';-&..swi'; .. 91 7 28 : N N I'P Cauthon Cauthon; .. ._:. .=_ 61f

:Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Morgan.Mr. tho primnry. Sunday night after several days vis- spent Thursday here with his friends. E'y or NWILof NWVj --.. _SE'K__ aJ 32 7 7 22 N Caulhon---- --------- -y4:

: Olen Ha/.en was in Gainesvillelast Little Miss Della Blanchard spent it with her mother, Mrs. B. F. Hagan, Mr.: St. Clair Abrams Bryan spent 8\\. '. or NW4. ------ --_._-__-.n_____-_- aa 7 22 22 40 26 I'nF.nH'nli-: -- -- --: : Id J It
Monday afternoon. and with friends in of Jacksonville. She A4y of NE 4 or 8E'4 & SE'4 of SE'4 83 7 22 -- - ,-
Sunday Monday was accompan Monday in Jacksonville. Ail N'y or NW'N of R" & tlO N.P. C a"'tbna __ __ --._.
Messrs. Hubert Rouse, of New River Jacksonville.The !. ied by her little brother, Frank. Mr. Boatwright, of Coffee Gn., is 01 SW'i ----_- -----.-- .-.__NWyi U T 22 t.-:2
_
and Mark Clomons, of Pine Hill, Sunday morning service at :Mr. McEwen and family, of LakeSide visiting his cousin, Mr. G. \V. Ander SE',of of "NWL4 & Elio of SWI'J! & w4j 41 Paul Bra -- -- ---. '

are attending the normal taught by Grace :M. K.: church was specially interesting spent Sunday at the home of Mr. SEL. or SELL 8EL.-'---NEI/-- -,-of---SE'4- -.-u._ ._IS___a._ 8t U '1 22 262 N P Cauthon -- -- .-._ PBra. A6".

Prof. A. B. Shaw.Messrs. and was well) attended. It and, Mrs: L. D. Ross, of Hampton. son.Ernest Johnson, of Camp Johnston Rt SfJ Cor or NE'. of BEL, & run 7 22 Unknown __ __ _. -_

I.. lodge( ; and F. F. Lloyd was one of a series special! services :Mr. J. J. Collins" of Lake Side, was was the guest of Miss Loca Cason E N: Iii 210' yd.yd_.to W bel-6 140 TL a. B 210 yda_.

Ij were attending to business in Graham being held on the first Sunday of each in our burg Saturday with a load of Sunday. 1'1"I or -----.-- -------.---.-.-------.-_-_. 8t 35 7 7 22 22 I F J MrRae __ __ __ _. fP.0/97t
1 :Monday.Dr. month anti which have proven quitepopular I nice plums. Mr.! and Mrs.: T. L. Wainwright Way' or NWI4 of SWL: & 6 L_ In 8W ao G 101 Bennett -- -- _
.. oneimorn Cor ft' AWE .
n' "
-- 4 9Wy & I 1 8E ..
W. E. Middleton: of Hampton, Special music was rendered, Tomatoes and peaches the : W
are on springs: were guests of Mr. of SEVi of Ry ___._
-- 7 7 601
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22
passed through here lust Friday including a dialogue, both musical and I move hero now. and Mrs. E. D. Futch Sunday. W', of SEV, of SEVi. ..-----__-___'_.?_ asA S 22 20 44 N P "authon ._ _____ :.*
morning.;. Biblical, between the choir and the Mrs.: George; Adams left Tuesday :Mr. S. T. Dowling was a business That part' a.------of NEV4 of NWV4. E of R" jf M Sythmora __ _

Mr. Albert Pinhoslter, of Pine Hill and, special solo morning for < '--- ;; 2 I 23 C A .. _ 1..1'
pastor a beautifully her home in Macon, Ga. visitor to Starke Monday Z 1EH of NEV, & s 1-a'of'EVof'sEvT Brlnion
Is very lick with a severe case of fcvr. ; rendered hy Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. of Her eyes have been giving her trouble :Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and 01 NE'. & NW\I\, or NEy( Wq of

, .. Starke. The pastor preached a special! [ since she came here, and has caused family were in town shopping Satur- of SWVi SWVi of A NEVt WV4 A of NWtfc A of NWU, '
Miss Inez Abernathy spent FridayIn dpOcriptlvelE'rmon on the feast of Belshnzzer her visit to he much shorter than she day. Wlil of Nwii NWV SWV4 ofSWyiSt SWU 9 I 22 320 Unknowo __ -_ __ ___ 2F 6

Alachua. taking as his. Text, Daniel expected.Mrs. Messrs. Shepherd Moore and Tate Belf.E'at-. a of pt SB 200-., of ft SWi w of. _Nw Cor._.._ B 8 22 lU Mel.....* Mfg Co _- l.'Mt.3
As Irish potatoes have made an advance 51. : Will Jones and !Mrs. J. Phillipswere I Denmark were in Lawtey Friday even Wadtaon A Broadway Su A run W of
in price the growers of this sec Thursday the members of the Sun- visitors to Hampton Saturday.A 14M ft to Orange St.. N N
tion busy shipping and are also day School of the Methodist Ing.Mr. 100 ft. E 99 ft. SilO ft to-bli 1 la
are church crowd went out on Crystal Lake Carlos Gordon was in Jacksonville Stark* __.__
_
loading about four cars a week of cu- held their annual picnic. Quite a Friday night for a fish fry but the fish on business Monday.: On. M of land-240? ? yd.----N A 8 120"7da_ 21 I ** J W Eddy ____ __ 24 II

cumbers.Mr. lumber assembled in the early morning were wise enough to know what they Rev. C. P. Thornton, of Ocala, madea NU'of E'"NWV W In SE Cor. of SB* of SE* U 6 22 a Mm A E Drlag.. K C
and Mrs. J. J. Morgan spent and In various conveyances started went for and they didn't interfere professional visit here Sunday, returning NEVi of NEV --A---SE'4-- -of"N WiT"4k 2 I Z> U N P Cauthon _ _

last Monday in Starke. for the lake, where they day was with their hooks. to Ocala Monday.Mr. : Com WH 01 NWV, A SWVi t S 22 J32 N P Cauthon _ _- N tl/
at SW Cor of
Messrs. Harley Lucian, Marvin and spent. All kinds of games were indulged A party was given Friday nightat and Mrs. J. F. Canova and run N 70 yd.of E SEVi 140 l'da. SWShk S 70 ydi

Fred! Hazen spent Sunday afternoonat in and many enjoyed a dip in Lake Side at the home of !Mr. and |daughter, Miss Anna, of Starke, were W 140 pda to "If.-I m. ____ 8821 2 __ ___ 6.31
!
Worth ington. the lake. When sunset had passed/ all I II MrK. J. J. Collins. It being one of I guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Valen- NAB of II U.ta 10 In 5. A all Lou 4. 8. 8 of W H Barrel

Miss Gertrude Thomas I is very ill I had returned tired but happy. these old time parties the crowd did cia Sunday. Worthington Spruwa_. 21 136 Tho..... Lamb _ &.71

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