Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 21, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: STARKE FLURIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1918 NUMBER 51.Ivo

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UBOATSARE [CITY COUNCIL PUOCEEDINKS: i FIRST BRADFORD COUNTY BOY KILLED IN BATTLE I 1.\W1'I'I: I :S NOTES: - --

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The city council met in regular I [NEW\ SOURCES
June 7th !, Liiwtey, Juno IS.-Mrs.\ W. E.: To-
with all mvmbvrspresent. .

SUNK OFF I I :!i "'i,( ...., : ,1;;' ":. 'o" : : ' rode spent several I days last week at 4
'S St. Lukes hospital i in Jacksunille I
Upon motion it was ordered that !,f.. :. r' OF TAXATION
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.. :
I :Mrs.\ :M. E. Edwards be allowed .. ::1.. r. > t . where :Mr. Torodo is slowly improving\
$;r;00 ,
.. from .
widow's "' I injuries received i when I.. wa-

VIRGINIA CAPES\ 1917. exemption, on assessment for ; 1 ... .. :: thrown from n horse a few ,Lays ngo,
SUGGESTED
Upon motion it was ordered that I ..j &.- '' :Mis.i J. C. Adkins, of (Gainesville.)

ditching of 8th street be referred tn ",'.. ;. who i K spending I n few days here with ,I

S. SUB BELIEVED TO I the Street Committee.' I :'. ,. \ .. h>'r mother. ;\11'1.' : K. Edward.spmt ': 1,., I I ---
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The clerk : \ II day or two in Jacksonville, I'
was instructed to i".u" ; .... 11 PERSONSEARNINGOVER$20
[HAVE ACCOUNTED FOR ONE 'duplicate script in favor of A. E.: .. .. .. .... ,'_-, ." .. ... .._.. mt week. :4
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I Moitt\ for $l.2.S for No. :3 12 i.,.,.ui-d O-- MiJ.l I 1) Randallvns\ a visitorto WEEKLY ARE SUBJECT fr

lINT INSTANClT I WHERE ONE tober :2nd, IH! 7. Jacksonville; Saturday.Mis \

.sUUMAKINK: SUNK ANOTHER( I A letter was filed from the .1. II m' )y r ,I. 11. !JYl'. of Jacksonville:, is ,HILL TAM'S: I ll'IC'H: FARES: !t1 t-

WITH :McCrary Co., asking for cancelledboifd : t.'t..l..: visiting. ,I relatives in Lawtey this I n l l'\ AND: I sr.VTK i: OFFICIALS .
1'ORrEIO.Vcdncsday'Newyork .
!i1I; 1\ 'C' ,.

Town on of street Sta I'kp.improvements The clerk was in the instructed .l t\.\\ Mr. nail Mrs. J. C. Cone nnd childn 1 SCHOOL( ) TI.(1nH: :

i \ Herald ) to 11, of Brooker, were visitors toI.awtey I -
notify the J. UrtC1'llry:\ "
I -' :
I of the of I Washington Juno' 111.! New
Reports -.inking two Germ -, ('G. that Saturday. They were fornte'rT'eiiite.iiti sour
submarines off the upon receipt in full ncttli! .,. .: J'\ ,. of Vc1* of taxation' with inert-used tuxeton ( tI
Virginia and 1
Lnvvtey their
mont said bond : .. . many
would be delivered. ;" .
,. ; . I I
'
pea! were brought Atlantic port Upon motion it'as I .1' .. i, .:-" ." I ."t-.. ., friends that they will .noon IIl1'lIilbe |ire eii'( sources estimated to .iisi)
ordered that J. < i"
i sterday. The passengers of 11 S. :Mercer '. ,,\- .! ;. ; ;: ., " ," .. residents.Mrs.. i I I more I than n billion dollars. 'oro ugeestid .

oamship told of having seen an month for scavenger be allowed and street$91.00 work.per ... .. : ,.......(' ..:..";.'."'.;.'. '-..r-.. .' :. .I. .. .. I : M. Dees nnd daughter, Ellle, of to tho house, ways ini.l im-an

mericnn submersible sink an enemy Collections for :May\ follows I ( :Men, St. :Mary, wero visitors to I.lIw-1, committee"' today by Joseph) J. Klein 'tIi
were
with shell fire as : I public accountant( of New York
ift while city
the crew Fines ____ ____ _________ ___ ley Friilnv.
another vessel which had engaged -- $20.00: The mounted soldier shown in thispi'tur "i'il,I from I the Vii \Department, that heI Mr.\ and Mrs. :J. C. Byrd were' vis- ,, Mho hus been associated with! thoCouncil

ith a U-boat felt confident( the nav Bradford Co. Bank, interest 7ii.7> (' is Willie Jones the first Bradford -I )hail,I i nsa it'd his life for $10.000() ) the i I tors to Jacksonville I Friday. j I of National Defonsi. ThocommitUo i
Bank of Starke, interest ______ 76.71 wounds limit allowed the insuntIfle I
county boy to die of received by government -
holding
gunnners aboard had either sunk :Mr. J. R. Eddins: of Gainesville, was j was hearings on
disabled her. The crew was *cer, The treasurer's report was filed as in action on the battlefield in I hu(I'l'au, in favor of this sister t traiiHacting business in nnd near Law-i I tilt III'W111' 1< \0\11'\ li'P:( fI

in a clean hit was made. follows: .. France. This boy, not yet twenty-one' who 'in now Mrs. JI'lr.'rsol110: : ley last week. : I 1'roposnl.s nimlo by :\'l r. Klein in. .r

According to the statements made : General Fund years of age: plnyed, the part of a real Millan 1 of Starke :Miss I.elin Byrd in visiting relatives cUnlivl! :
:May 1, amt on hand ____ Hud Willie Jours lived hundred -
$051.82: his service of almost
During I
an officer of the vessel, his vessel -- -- I man. a in Raiford this week. A tn < ff 011(' cent per call on n'l:(
:May 31. reed from fines _ 20.00' two in the he divided his he could not have more truly
me to an anchorage inside the V'ir u i years army years I Mr. II. C. Pence went to Jacksonville toll telephone message blow ISc.! ,

nian Capes on Monday, for ordersom monthly pay with an orphan sinter, played the part of n man. May he rest last week where he secured employment which nre not now subjoct to ta x. estimated

the Navy Department, before $671.82 I niul following his death it was leiurn- in peace. ns carpenter in the government I .I to ra ice an additional! I I :Utio.11100..11110. H ..-.. .
May 31, by amt paid out __ 288.90
-- I ( ) ;
oceeding north. Close to the ship I -- shipyards.!

y ip,anchored and alongside a submarine the latter mother vessely :May 31 Road to amount on hand ._$382.92! W. O. W. BANQUETThe : TELEGRAPH'S: ; HONOR/ lUl.L.Fo'lowing Jacksonville Robert Illanchard Sunday.wan a visitor to I nil I I A legal flat documents I 10-eent( documentary not otherwise"tax" tux-on I I"1!'

and Bridge Fund
an American submersible. local Camp Woodmen of the Mini Ella: Naunghl, of I Raiford.was t-d.( ReSt(-nile unp..1 lrnitd'ui.I '
: the of those
May 1 to amt on hand __uI,06.tt:1M.IY : : are name .
While visiting the steamship offirs World have extended an invitation to ( the !guest last week of Mr. and \ stamp tax cm each mercantile: invoice
31 who paid! their subscription to the
amt .
: by paid out 92.8fi:: I
of the American submarine are all their members and their families Bradford County Telegraph during :Mrs. J. C. Byrd. on transaction* of $1 or more,

id to have told of the exploits'of 31 and friends to join them in a supperto Nay Mr. T. D. Weaver Is working ut thugovernment <"liniitd, i to raise $.">0,000,0 )0.
May to amt hand971.27 :
on
eir craft three days before while Interest Fund be given at the Armory in Starketonij.'ht. S. Fl Morgan, Lacy Prevail, S. W. shipyards, in Jacksonville.Mrs. A flat :'J or :'l-n-nt" tax on hank .
: J. B. I checks, rwtimntcd to yield from $:lt).
off the coast. Their vesselas lye clinic over from
.
uising Brown W. S. Brnnm-n Jr.. Dr. A. II.
May 1, to amt on hand _$I,991.r.9RecII I .
Jacksonville OiOill( ) ( to I: ) ) gradualit'll '
$15,000,000 or
a
and ;
proceeding submerged, with on- from Bradford Co Bk 7S.71 The supper is given in celebration Freeman, E. M. Hazen. I I. W. Aniireu.I spent) Sunday with
I
the periscope above the surface, of a large class of new members his family, wlui sire guests, at the I tux beginning/ with :2 rents per
Reed from Bank of Starke 76.74 I0.. 11111.1'>1. I R. S. Griflis :Mrs. J. I R.
home of :Mr. :Mrs. i $100.I ) 1-E.timatc-d to raise $7\000,0M( ()(
and A. :M. Blunchnrd.
king for a German raider. Sud- that have already signed up in a drive i ( uarf'hI I R. Prevail, I D. G. Kelly -
IA 1-rcnt tax on car. fan" ,m
nly they saw an enemy U-boat May 31 to amt on hand __ $2,145.O7&: for one hundred new members now in W. N. \IJndsey., G. J. Waters, A. B. i street every interurl-aii
-- Lonnie railways or linrK
Edwards:
who) has
A feature of the been on
ash and apparently completely un- special
Sinking( Fund progress. Fletcher, C. A. Johns B. I D. Andrews, ,
of the of the Amer- occasion will be the address by Sovereign the sick list for a few days returned cntiiiiiiU'd minimum revemio, R2IOOO.OIM : ),-
are proximity :May 31 to bnl on hand _$779.62 I W. Waters, T. Glenn Nettles, Rich.an J
an submarine. The Americans took Waterworks Fund C. D. Mills of Jacksonville, a I|I IliirriH T. G. Futch, Jesse Reddish to his work at the shipyards in South I .( ). ,
official in- i
memberof '' Jacksonville Saturday., A tax on stato or city *,
eir bearings carefully and then, disargeI : distinguished Woodman and a W Ci. lirook.s. A. J. Jackson
_
May 1 to bal on hand $191.911I0nd '
:\i eluding high salaried nail| thu
W. Thede judges'
r. Visitor
JackHonville
was to
torpedo at the ""unsuspecl- the Sovereign Camp official body I' n -
'Miss\
a
Fund Addie \H.iisde-n; O. B. Gordon, I I. ,
g Hun. Other speakers will be on the pro S. Gamble Mrn. Davis. J. Sntunlay I nnd Sunday, great corps" orllIhlle/ school teachern '
:M. A. Crawford I
,
Mayl to amt on hand$7,67.ttiInf. : from J.riOOiOOO!! ) ) () I
several local gentle :Mr. Alex Williams en'mo over from expected/ I !I I lo y jill $: to "
the American
The microphones on Fund on Cert. of Indebtedness gram including L. L. Witt, Ewtelle: Lanier, O: J.
Jackxon\illu and $:!0HN.IHfl.Colleition( (I) )( .
bmarine recorded a tremendous, oxsion m<'l). The benefits offered to the public :, spent Saturday unitStiiiiluy 'I I
.Tac'tBon. J. B. (I'nrnu'nter, Mr Susie
May 1, overdraft __ _$ .10,00JOSEPh '
!
of
with relative and! friends, iutand : ( I 'II t I the suuti nd" n grail '
" exactly twenty seconds: after by this order will be pfJrtrnyed by Saxton, Dr. E.: T. Campbell, I). W. i Hiiliiriei rural 1 J'1i: 1 1lIut".1
near l.uI\t"y. ,, tax on all wagei .J ,
of the torpedo. Com- of the members, while representatives I ,
s discharge : L. TOWNSENDThe ) some Hancock. J., N. Strickland B. Y. Saxon .
the candidate will 1\11'\ '. l.illie Liunb, of Jacksonville, in < xti-s( of-$:'JO) ;per week with all '
of
the body
the officers
tho surface on .
to
Li ,
I It: >um R. Raulerxon, T. J. Andrews, :
was, vi.sidng" friends in e-tiiiinti, i'('\ rruio' of $1.000,000,000.) ) ) ) :
nerican submarine were able to many friends of J. S. Townsend elaborate upon the anticipations of I R. A. Newsom, I D. L. Kite, :III.... J. L. LnvUcy several nil -nlusi. :1
days last WiCk.Iouis 1! pel i cut (t.is on : gin1: :tjl
te the effect of their shot. Noth- will regret to learn of his death, which "riding the goat. Hood. F. E. Chase L. C. Prescott, J. /

I g was visible on the sea except a'' occurred in this city yesterday after- | A general good time is in store for H. ('11"011Irs.: A. /Hrwkmeyer, II. T. Brown returned to his work '

eat quantity of oil, around which fioon at 450:: o'clock, after a short illless. 'I all who" attend and the invitation has Thomas J. A. I Howe, A. L. Sullivan, ill Jacksonville, I the first of the week ELIJAH N. COI.EM' N I I

C American submersible circled for He is survived by his wife, six I I lion extended to the entire public. I IAll .1. B. Tlorrid, II. S. %Wilson! S. I.. GrifHK. lter home I here being several on t tho days.a id-k I list at hi"j I _._ 'fcjM

me time. children and two brothers Walter and I thoseho are too old or too young J. Andrews, I.. C. I lodged., T. R. -

Columbus Townsend, of Lake Butler. tn unite with the order will be heartily Triest .1. K. I farris, 1.. A. I Davis W. :Mr. A. I H I. Harley rnme o\er from

UED FOR I'JUl'TIl'IWIlIOI'T:\(, The body has been prepared for burial welcomed' but importuned not to II. :Niwsoni, C. II. Hubbard., C. I L. Jacksonville i I I and spent/ Tui-sday at V,
I his home here.Mrs. .
LICENSE hy Funeral I Director William C. Cooper. laugh at the big clans of candidates j' Peek :S.; T. .Johns, T. J. Poppell/ / L. J. .
: M. Sweat, of Glen: St. Marys\ ,
Jr.) and will be forwarded to Ludovicci offered up as "goat fodder, as such Wynn. A. F. IVelc J. A. Cult-man.
I .:. I was visiting relatives i and friends,
Abram demonstration will be ridiculed as .
N.
On Tuesday. II. --- -- -
Ga.! Sunday morning necomlanied -
,near Lawtey a day: or" two last w.i.k.Is.w.lyn .
< colored, of Lawtey was by his berea\ed family.- "sour grapes. The candidates, will i' PAWED: IIV .\ :Mt'l.EIt. : : I / \

ought before county judge's court one Times-Union, June 15th. also be linked not to "poke fun" at' While, of Jacksonville, ,II

charge of practicing us a physician -----.. -- the fellow who is not a member or unapplicant. 'i'. Saxon, a well known citucnof spent Sunday near 1.11 wh'y at the
home of. his )llIn'nlIr.: aol :Mrs.i, .1..1.I. .1I1. '
It be embarrassingto
(thout license from the proper nu- kING; GEORGE WELCOMES would the Uampton/ section hail, a livejy White. r1\
OUR: SOLDIERS.) ) let his friends, wife, mother or with
rities. The jury returned aver.t experience( a refractory mule on
:Mrs. .
I II. C. Peace left for Jacksonville -
of guilty. A. Z. Alkins, attorneyL' ,werthoiirt know that he was suffering :Monday afternoon., Th.j niuli- had i I .
inLonlon; ;; the United,I I too much from an over-dose of early Wednesday morning
the defendant filed o motiuu for u On arriving! acted I ally and to bring it under control
w trial, Abraham being released states soldiers belonging to the 82nd "(OIL feet" to join the big crowd of :II' ,r. Saxon looped/ n heavy chain I in response, to a phone IIIC.S' .IIKI'.
that her hiixUiml, M Ir. I II I. C. i. < ,
dcr bond for later appearance. E. I Division each received from KingJeorge husky boys who will enter the forestof nrounil i its under lip. The /pain caused
who has been working in that < itv ,
the -tatc. ( a personal mesage: written onIcgant woodcraft to meet and devour the by the, heavy (1mm seemed, to have
. ;
Johns, Esq.] represented hud met with un accident.There .
..I Windsor Castle stationery. \V. O. W. goat. maddi I ni-d. the mule und I i pawed/ :\1..1
---'------ I will i I I he i In Snx
preaching*
PANNING; . :'J'mCI.OI'S:, : One of our Starke soldiers Kay White, The menu has not yet been an- Saxo"'iciously about the head un.11 ton this Sunday.no Tim ,service/ has

who i i- a member of the 82ml:! l I DIVIS- nounci-d, but if there are any who face, 'inflicting several painful flesh
been postponed I till i I I the following.Sunday l
Next Tuesday, II. A. Shaver will 1 ion, sent the King's message: to his wnul.l be inclined to think that the wounds. The chain! was finally removed :; June) :Itoth. :

""He his canning factory in Starke, father, Mr.: J. W. White. 1I1.lowe flits will be limited let them take con I ti nil the mule quieted down, und Mayor: Torode, now in hospital in

of several weeks, during 'ivp the !letter of welcome: solation in the fact that there is al- was put back to work.
tel' a run 'II Jacksonville, i.s well I on tho road to ,
*'SriliIiers! _; nt the United l States, the vvnva n hwnnv snirit Woodcraft in "
hi..h Mm 1 noon cans of beans haven ' = .
m ; I and umlcritnnd' that he r.
';- turned- -out. Considering hot, rnple fthl' British Isles I evidence I ; upon; such occasions and KM'ISTRA.NTS: ; / ; TO J KIIPORT: I IN recovery wu ySi y-----
,
home fter
will! I likely return Friday II \s.
weather during .the bean season welcome you on your way these spirits (which will be the only SI'.\RI\K WKDMDV: : ; : \ JUNK; : 26 i -
y stand .beside. variety of spirits served at this time) noon.
take .
has done well Iln,111": to your
"i factory There was a largo ntteiiilancn at tin : i ,
aver expects to have a full crew on the Armies of many Nations now will be sufficient to make up any 1 Tli,. Local (!lJ'I-h;' issued a cull Red Cross' hL-ad>|unrterH on Tucnil.i.viinil ,

fighting in the Old World the great short-comings of any nature. : to tw white registrants to
nd when the sweet potato season .-- nty report/ much work was taken tub 11I' to do

ens in October. battle for human freedom. SALES OF SUiAR; 'LIMITED in St.irkff, Wednesday, Juno ;2'(Ii i, where Our army across' the sens' is !getting) .

farmers are notified that no beans The Allies will gain: new heart and I they will! entrain for Camp Juck.son, larger nnd the need of Red! Cross

II be taken after tomorrow (Satur- spirit in your company. I wli-h that II S. C. for training. The lint follows: workers is becoming: greater It It i I',
I could shake the hand of each one of To the Public:-
yi noon. Those! who have any bUlli- the .Jso) riitford Clifton Taylor. t the /patriotic duty nt every woman .
ss to transact with the company are you and bid you God-f<*H>pcl on your I received Thursday morning % 4* 1 CnrloH G. Gordon. who, has the time to do some sewingfor S .'

quested to call on that day. mission. following telegram from Mr. Beuch- I Whitehead.MI the Red ('ross. See :Mrs. (Randall

______-. 'George, R. I.April nm, Ff'deral'ond Administrator: $417 Henry and tell her you ort! willing to do
SHIPPING MELONS"The I 1918." "Make public immediately the following f'I I \InttiellIl'il.1: :Morgan.KTi your bit. ,

melon season is on in Bradford order which supersedes all : ,\Hie Floyd IVelf. :Mrs. I'rod Saylex, of f ia.l1i. nnd

inty and a number of carload, will FINE f. CROP. OF CANE previous orders relating to sugar. The I 81' J William Daniel Hurxt. :Mrs.\ C. I.. Peek, of Starke, \W-K'

'hipped out during the next few allotment of sugar for the State of !Mrnzzle Jones demons.it" guests at the home of \Mrs. I':. I DSayles .

eks. James Reynolds, of Graham, A party, consisting i of O. J. Griffin, Florida under\ this rule Is fixed at ::" :Mortie/ Newmans. last week.

il!1 have about ten cars. He loaded J. :M. Alvarez, C. D. Gunn, P. E. Ca- Father's -
month 97) John E.: Vurborough.l.'it I Day) was appropriately' '

, first carload Monday: and sold 1 it ova and E. Matthews: went with S. three poundper retail ilralor person shall per make Bales, I' ; [-HBC Nelson Nettles. observed at Grace M.! E. church last : ; .,", of :Mr.: and .l ru. E.: M t. (',,"'man, t \
R. Johns :Monday afternoon to take a and! no
'the station for $300. !l.l Robert A. Blnmhnnl, Sunday morning. \( ho lne east of Htiirke. Private
.. his farm east of HamptonThe to individuals of quantities greater ,
look
-- lit '
Young and old 1 are especially invited ( ''!c'nu" IH u member of tho Ulnt Co., '
8h..llo"r.l7
ii"r) ; ; Omre :Malcux
IN )1 E. IORI.\ real object of the trip was to have than three pounds per month. Hotelsand I ]
to be at Grnro j :M. E.: I l.'iH I Mtntioned at 1
present Depot Itrigndi,
Cnml'I
WHEREAS It has been the will of a look at the ti acres of cane growing: public eating places shall he allowed !) : Jeff Green. I .
church next Jucksfin S. ( .
.1 Almighty, who knoweth and Gn the farm, and it wa a sight worth an allotment of three pounds of !9:0'! ; :Nelvey Johns. Epworth: league Sunday, under evening.the .' 'Th"l Columbia .

.th all things well to take from us sp'inlThe: cane is almost a perfect sugar for each ninety meals erve,1. iniin( ) Oscar Town end ,:,'\. Im.JII ship of :Mrs. Louis II. Hill, will have ------ -- --- ,, 1 I':
D. P. :Mitchell tho finest cane Home will be allowed! hut ', Williamson. I
L f heloved brother, ; stant; and is probably canners ( James Riley 1I'rvi'ohour .
of the entire
charge (evening ,
IICI'urellllll,1 nt r II flag raising
I in the county. It is believed that the twenty-five pounds for home preserving Kll'! ; Ernest: H. WelU.. interesting j! p. rn. li .
IWHEREAS and u very programsail iteene WHS witness<-il. Appropriate .
; The I. O. O. F., in the six acres will easily yield three thousand purposes on certificates now in 101 Calvin Griflls. ,
service is
enjoyable \
songs, under the leadership' of Rev.McWright .
ith of Brother :Mitchell, has lost !gallons of syrup and some mem- Ul young : and he also offered ,
IInti'iJlatI.\\ : wen sung
., .' its best most conscientious of the estimated that the will hemailedyouwithout.delay. ,
and hers party ll, : :Marion G. WiUon. en t and help in the : the liiiiling Rev. Al- I, .
"i'jers, one who hUll ever been yield would be four thousand I gallops In order that this order may he I Saturday Charley Jortirolored.. of A sudden storm, u ferd Evendeii: acted praytr.as chairman of the

mtly devoted to the advance- or more. pomplisd,J with it appears to be n cen- in his and thunder nnd lightning" and '
Biiick"iput appearance/ severe a 1 meeting 1111'intl'o.luCl'/ the speakers ,
t fcna h..q n <""> tt'm nM "> that all retail dealers! keep an
and Mr
nt of its interests sary
; service. Char hurricane of wind, bore down on Law
rogixt-red for miI i tarv of the <1.1YIr.: :Marcus Brown
of all sales ofsugar
WHEREAS The members of :May planted to corn. peanuts accurate memorandum I'
many acres ley hail ovrlookeil the 'luto set for tey last Saturday: afternoon doing: an Mr.I J. I II.) Randall.
f\\ his He will also plant showing the name of the pur-
1TP( Number Ten appreciate and velvet beans. damage, hut the now city flag
the that wuisrewcuel The iominittc-e of cloven ladies i in
registration news )
''priMt and efforts in our behalf sweet potatoes largely. Hi;* cottons chaser, the date and quantity sold) ; probably jut in time by J. T. :Moore of
ihiirge the
of in the soldiers 1, were in the < nunty rounding : arrangements for woman's
has seen and the number
I 'lo deeply mourn his absence, among the best the writer persons who callf.l for help nnd brought it ,
*. therefore lie, it this season and at present the boll family of the purchaser.The !i up s]ickeri and deoerters remindedi down.The. uitriotic service held H meetingii j
of damage to public will do well to bear in that he had failed to do this duty.Wilnesiluav Tuesdy\; afternoon t>i talk; over f
RESOLVED the members weevil is not doing much
That I i :Sunday School of Grace M. E:. their, program. Thm service ((4. to be
':) Lodge Number Ten, realizing it. In fact it took rather a thorough mind the fact that Congress has enacted Sheriff Epperson: and rhurch hell their annual picnic last '
: I h..fd| in (irlCD1.:\ E.: church Lawtey",
,. of the bereaved family extend ,inspection of the field to find any ( a law fixing: a maximum penalty rr.'I1'u'v Sheriff Maiden: brought in Thursday. It was an idi.-al day for u .n Sunday nt 7:10( ar.il will

'1hour" of sorrow their deepest the pests, but several punctured forms of $."000' and! two yearimprison John henry Smith and, Jim Green, picnic and there was: plenty to eat !",. conducted morning entirely, by women but

npathy, and be it further and worms! were located.PUREBRED. ment for hoarding food. 1 all attention both olor d. from the Take Butler and) not un accident of any kind not the general I public, including the men
: ; of these --- to this for the !benefit of those Hoth claim- tire blew I
RI.SOLVED. That a copy i ') rti.i'' for examination even a out. although it was ore invited.

i-oliitions be sent to the family of : STOCK who may attempt to evade this several! and -d a t investigation will l tie made to the |lath: of the month. Everyone of Miss l'ollynn J Redding, who has

:ither Mitchell; that a copy be pub- ?' like orders by, purchasing from !but m inv..tlirntion will bi made to the hundred people present had a j i been .-onfineil, tn her bed for the post
Powell,
ert in the Bradford County Tele- On the farm of L. just dealers.! they trying to most enjoyable time.' ] ten
of thentst J FUTCH. dotcrmin' whether ari I days 'u now reportdl on the road

iph and that a copy be spread on ,a.t of Hooded town one stock may see in the some county. County Food Administrator E. for evade military service by I'oingrom flag Day has come anil gone and I I to recovery and her many sympathis. ;
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w > pleased that
minutes. are to note I.awtey ing friends
are pleased.
Mr. Powell has had in his possession! Bradford County. I niace to plarp. did not let it !!
r.. C. LIVINGSTON, pass without full patriotic Miss Lois Terry un.1rl"iI: Ru'qsiGTerry >>
: for some time a Jersey bull and a recent -t;;; :.io--o;: ; recognition. The city council decided '
T. :M. WILLIAMS, monthsold !St. Augustine is working might and : The cliv ment In left Saturday. for Gainesville
eight
A. V. LONG.E. purchase was an : from main for the establishment of one of V"ua' ; ..""..tv was defeated at the that Lawtey should hay.- a flag I chore they are attending the .summer

:M. JOHNS, 200 pound Poland China boar the nev* aviation camps at that city. 'i polls last Tuesday. and accordingly a flag and a pole was :i normal school.
of Micanopy.
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.1 weeks. The latest vessels lost were ly at a standstill, but the allied and CARD FROM MR. CLARK our attention to the winning--,-

11:1: the Baling ship Kringsjaa and the German guns are roaring on various I war, and by our united efforts I.f. t
i ] bark Samoa. These bring the total is ',?'
Summary of the WarISll / sectors and it not improbable that June nth. vanquish the Hun destroy I'rUo"ft
: of victims to twenty. fighting on Ilarge scale will be resumed ism and "make the world
I somewehere shortly. Along To the Democrats of the Second. Con democracy." .safe f

.- I II TUESDAY the Ancre, south of Albert and west gressional District of Florida:-
While the American has I of Serre the British As it would bo too great; a task to Aagain thanking you\ f"ol1'" , t
FRIDAYGerman infantry and Germans
are depths of n ,grateful: heart
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", .j I been inactive on all\ sectors American Italians Drive Enemy From Hard engaged/ in mighty artillery duels, write individual letters to my friends: Yours I an/,
I' OITennivc' Lotting Momentum. aviators on the Toul front have been Won Positions Mountains: while spirited activity is noticeable throughout the District, I take this FRANK faithfully
.Suffer' Heavy LOHHCS i bombing towns behind the German Not alone are the Italians and their along! the French sectors near Mont- method of thanking you for the magnificent ; CLAHKFOOD :
1 I I- Repulsed in thcsir: efforts to reach [| lines. The first American bombing British and French comrades in arms!: didier and between Montdidier and endorsement you gave me in --- -
Compiegne and to drive the French raid was against Dommury-Haron- holding in check the Austrian offensive / the Aisne. The French continue daily the Primary Election on the 4th inst.I .
back in the Montdidk-r region, the I (court northeast of Verdun, on Wed along the greater part of the 100- to regain ground taken from them in a profoundly grateful to vtich and 'WIlL WIN
I' \ Germans are increasing the weight of ne duy. This was followed Friday by mile battlefront from the region I the recent Gel'manfensive/ south of everyone who supported me, and I
" 1 I I their attacks northeast of VillerH Cot- another incursion on Conflans, a railway 'southeast of rent to the Adriatic, but the Aisnc and also to take prisoners have no bitterness of feeling against
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.I terets with the- apparent hope of forcing junction midway between Metz they themselves have turned aggressors in their enterprises. those who opposed. me. I shall exert RCl
a pasago beUvat-n the Villers Cot- and Verdun On both occasions the on some of the more important Several attempts by the Germans every posible effort to deserve the
I erets forest and the C'ompiegne for I Americans returned safely despite efforts sectors, especially In the mountain re to penetrate the American line in the good opinion of my people and sin
" f est anil thus overcoming the French of enemy airplanes and antiaircraft gions. :Marne( sector have been smashed by cerely trust that we will all now turn
I resistance i'iist of the Oise. guns. Counter attacks in the hill country the American machine gun fire.
i The German; offensive west of the I Italian troops have checked succes- on the north at several points have -* --- -
I Oise is now in its sixth day and the fully strong enemy attempts to force resulted in the occupation by the allies TO1: \' SISTER
enemy has! made slower progress ina| passage through the important Ton- of ground won from them in the initial
I, '. the present movement than in any of ,!ale pass, northwest of Trent. Two attacks onslaught and the rectification of Darling when I am far away "Some
\ I. I' the other three he has carried out I by Austrian irffantry were broken their ines while a stiffening of the where" in France, I
I since March 21.o'ren'h resistance 1 up by the Italian defense and 130 front along the I'iave river has made I ask you to always think of me and
,I ; hns !been growing stronger and Thurs-! j prisoners captured. Tonale Pass ia imposible for the time being, at least, pray that I may have a chance. I
' ;J. lay the Germans, despite heavy at- I just north of La liusazza where the further fording.of the stream by the To leave you was hard, the hardest
;'11, tacks against tho heijrht positions I| Italians recently gained n cpmmnnd1 enemy. thing of all,
I'f around Alery, wore unable to /gain and 1 ing height nnd the Vcrmiglio valley Hard fighting still is in progress, But I am no slacker when I heard
I suffered severe losses from tho Frrnch passes through it. The remainder of however, with the Austrians bringing/ my country's call.
!1; fire. Along the Oise he has! been the Italian front is quiet. the strongest kind of pressure to bear
1.1 thrown !back/ across the Matz and his ;!I against allied armies on both north I'd love to be at home, little girl-Ah
.,';. I 1 I ern and eastern of the that is true,
efforts' to regain the south of river SUNDAY; parts battle
I r have been unavailing1. i 1 j.I -| field in an endeavor to reach the lines!' But there I could not serve my country
J So..th of the Aisne en a front of i j-'I' :AustrianLaunch Offensive AitainstItalians. n.l gain access In'force to the plains. with the Red, White and THE BIG ONE WAS FED
three miles! the Germans have pushed .-Austria Faces Crisit The strokes of the enemy arc particularly Blue.
back the French about one mile in The news that Austria had launched violent on the Montello plateau Some day in the near future this conflict AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE
two days.' Hitter fighting continues a great offensive against the Italians : the highest bit of ground along will end. -Th* Liquid Hot Condition*', Fallnr and Worm Rmovr
and the French resistance Thursday on the! front from the Asiago plateau the middle reaches of the Piave, the And the soldier boy who loves you -THE RUNT WASN'T
at Lavcrsine, Corey /nnd Coeuvres was to the sea, announced last night in dispatches I capture of which would give him command will come back to you again.
1 powerful enough to prevent the enemy from Rome, is coincident of the roads leading through THEY both started life at the same time and weight. They were
from advancing further westward, with reports from various sources that Treviso to Venice and a fairway west It is the duty of every girl who is left the same feed under the same conditions with one excep
behind tion. Thr big line not his rcKulnr dose of A V AI.ON FARMS HOC-TONK
The GermnnM have ward through the province of Trevi80. -
a foothold in La- the Austrian government faces serious the Liquid lion Tonic, Conditioner und Kutteoer-and the runt didn't.
\ersine, but have been unable to com- conditionsathomewith much dissatis The Italians are inflicting heavy To remember the boy who loves her .
the casualties the of is on the firing line. The Mil one ,ts the kind that torn mar* rntnnte the worms that are the hOlt mf,I..
plete of the on troops
Emperor
occupation village. I faction among the people. kets and brinui bUi! profit*to the pockets er',Krentegt foe to profitn. Splenilhl for
While attempting to outflank theformidable Announcement of the new offensive Charles, which crossed the river at These girls here are beautiful, every of the hog ruiMT. The runt cost more to preitnnnt BOWS-helps to produce tu'ulih
j this where raise than ho will ever brinrt In the mnrler.. sturdier pills. Come In the store-
natural barrier of the | on a great scale, from Rome, is coupled point. you roam, ket. And the difference "wnn hmuitht tell us the number of your ht'rd-1lnd we
Compiegne forest the Germans have with the statement that Thus far the Italians, British and But nothing to compare with the about by 21) cent. worth of AVAI.ON will give you enough HOG-TONK to
bhown desire everywhere French have mude of ones we left ut home. FARMS HOG-'IONE. HOO-TONK trent all your nous ou diiys. You don't
no to try frontal attack J the Italians are offering n magjnificent troops prisoner puts new life into hom-makes them .ut give us apenny now. If the remiltn of
against the new French line of resistance to the more than 4,500 Austrians while! the more and grow fat at an umazinic rate. the HOG-TONE treatment fail to satis
> I the Lnigue forest north of the Com- enemy's onslaughts. Austrian war office asserts that 12,000 When the boys go marching by in step It helps" them to combat dloftise and eU- fy you, it will coat you DOtbJutf.

piegne/ forest. I When theustrianl! concentrated prisoners have been taken by the Austrians to our National Hymn FOR SALE BY
It thrills mv heart to know that I
HetwePii tho southern .
edge of the forces' on the Italian front upon their |
Villers Cottcreta forest and Chateau I II withdrawn! from Russia, it was belicved Although the fighting has died down am one of them.I Starke Hardware
Thierry American troops celebrated [ that an attack against Italy considerably in the mountain region/ told you when I said goodbye and Company
the anniversary of the arrival of WIIS impending. Later it was stated I it is expected soon again to be resumed kissed those lips so sweet
American troops in France by repulstfi the Austrian offensive had been' with increased violence. Emperor That I was going to leaveyou, and
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ing violent enemy attempts to drive held in abeyance until after the success 'Charles is reported lo bo at the front again we may never meet.Pon't Starke Florida
them from their recently won positions or failure of the German offen- I and thousands of reinforcements for I Iij
at liclloau wood and Bouresches. live in France was apparent. The I the armies are said to be moving give up my darling; if you love
The enemy attacked after a heavy German; drive has not brought/ about I southward. The allied commanders me you will wait, j
bombardment but was driven back a decisive result, and it may be that I are expecting vicious fighting, believing If we do not meet on earth again,
with severe losses by the defensive the Austrians are to try for a conclusion that owing to the turmoil and political we'll meet at the Golden Gate.
fire of the Americans, who took pri"- I| on the Austro-Italinn front. unrest in tho dual monarchy, ', Some girls are not so patient, who will
anil ma'hineunH.. the Austrians "not wait BO long,
oners Grave events are reported to bo impending must make a good
Allied nirmt'n continue to harrass in Austria, according to unconfirmed I showing. in order to temper the feel But will learn to love a Slacker,
the area behind the German lines in advices from Spain 11",11101- ing against war ut home. while the soldier boy is gone.

Montdidier-Noyon: region. Many land. It is said l that rioting has. been There still has been no return of
tons of bombs have been dropped on I going on in Vienna and matters have the heavy fighting of last week on the While he is gone to fight the battles
\ enemy targets and more than a score come to a critical stage. I.I battlefronts of France although several for his country and for you,
,'r I'' of enrmy machines were brought down I engagements of greater import His thoughts are always resting on
It. \Vbdncsday by I r..n'h. and British ,MONDAY; than usual raiding operations have the ones he knows is true.
aviators. American airmen have join I I taken place. Counter attacks against Now bear the stain my little girl, let
; .'d in the work of dropping bombs. on Combined Allied Forces Holding Huns the French in their newly won positions your love be true.
Pommary ami Haroncourt. On thnToul On Italian FrontThe between the Oisa and the \hone And greet your boy in Khaki when
sector in aerial fights American fighting / : 'delivered by the Germans Monday comes marching back to you.Do .
1.1 planes have destroyed two enemy 'j, Italian French nnd British were repulsed. The Frenoli: cnptured not respect a slacker, they do not
r machines and driven another down'|' have met the &hock of the Austrian 370() prisoners in the fighting.Nortwest / deserve! a chance,
I'|' offensive. along a 100-mile front, inN".tlwrll With the who
out of control with the lots of oneI of Chateau Thierry fspecially boys lIre serving their
machine, which landed, within the Oer- i\' Italy and the enemy is being in the Bellcnu wood, the Germans country on the bloody fields of
I ; man linen. British bombers also have '|I pushed back where he is not being are treating/ the Americans to France.I .
.: made incursions into Germany. |''held j in check Violent battles continue large waves of gns and shells. Their I
French troops in operation in t in the mountains from I.nke ,efforts have gone unrewarded however will close this letter hoping to come'
ern Albania hiivo driven the aRt-1 Gurdn to the I'iavc and southward so far as breaking the line isconcerned. buck to you some day;
iuns/ from. eleven villages ami! along tho I'inve, but at no place hastho American patrols east of So goodbye for this hour. -Goodbye
.1 occupied territory on a front of eleven I enemy broken through the Allied Chateau Thierry again have crossed for the day. We Set Tir1
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j miles to n depth of nine miles. Important ,defense.The the Marne, attacked the Germans and If it's good-bye for month I will love
mountain heights, covering full force of the Austrian blow I returned to their base.! you ai ever. "
the lower j in the mountain region/ drove the clefl'nI'rs In ? reaches, of tho Skumbi and. Persia the Turks are reported, to n year, -perhaps
lIen'li i riveri have been sei/.ed and J 1 of the Venetian plains back have captured the city of Tabriz. goodbye forever.Pvt 'Usco'
more than 300 prisoners, captured. ,! to their third line, hut there the Italians | ELKIN JOHN'S, Tread i!
The German to'! j held! and by successive counter i Co. A, Uth Engrs Uwy, American '
admiralty,
according | 't
unofficial mlvkes from" Holland, is attacks havo reoccupied important positions | WEDNESDAY: Expeditionary Force. Why is it that United States Tires

about to declare, the pastern coast of on the Asiago plateau, nnd are setting new records for mileage
l along the Kretna. Austrians Making No Progress in Attacks
Around Montello
the United States from Canada :. and
to serviceability ? ; ,
Mexico j height, where the battle line turns toward on the Italian Line ,
a danger stone. This
comes after 18 vessels, including warning sev-l]i the Adriatic, the British have The Austrian pincers are not closing I "Why is It that the sales of these II I
eral neutrals, have been sunk off the' completely established their line and upon Italy with the precision of last | tires
Atlantic coast. i maintained it against vicious enemy October when they forced back the JACKSONVILLE.FU are constantly mounting: by ij
1 11SATURDAY blows. I Italian armies of Gen. Cadorna from leaps and bounds ? ,
-- Between tho! Bretna and the Nave the Julian Alps to the Piave river and 1
( the Austrians apparently have gained 'from the northern Italian regions almost OLDEST The answer is found in the factories

|'I a strong foothold on the western to the plains of Venetia. In fact r.sTABLlSlfrlJl'l'D where United States Tires are I
Crown Prince's Forces At !Standstill': i slopes of :Monte Grappa, one of the they do not seem to be closing at all. $ IfOU.sIN made. I
New Atmault Expected I I II I key positions protecting the plains The upper jaw in the Venetian Alps FlORIDA
Allied Btrateuy and tenacity in combat I 1 1II1'ollnda' Bassano. East nnd west of is stalled under the resistance of the Standards of construction for
have again checkmated l blows by !Monte Grappa, however, the Italians British, French/ and Italian forces, and these tires
are before
higher than
massed bodies of German troops an,1the 'and Allied troops hold! the enemy in the other one seems to lack force necessary ever
IIIi German; crown prince has given l I''check. to bring it across the Piave river known in the tire industry
up his second offensive/ within a I Although they were able to cross and push the Italian troops back Makers
month without either of them having the I'iave at two points, just south of \I which. are clogging its path.In of tire fabrics tell us that I
affected seriously the general situation I ;Montelln( and northeast of Venice, the the Alps the Austrians have been I' To Cure a Cold In One Day. the standards we have given them
on the western front. Except for enemy him been checked in strong ef- unable to further advance their lines Fake LAX: ATI VH JIHOMO 0101 Dine. It >lo;> th* for United States Tire fabrics are
artillery duels a lull has. come to the'forts to enlarge his gains and the Ital since their initial onslaught last week. I Cough and fteatlacha. and work* off the Cold.
f urhting sC'l'lors. but a new enemy assnult ians have begun to drive him buck toward Everywhere from the Asiago plateau K.ruKKiti; V>. GKOVKa'* refund aivuatur monrv. if on it each failH. box.to cure.3ur higher than any previously known
is expected soon. In thf> offensive the riverVe! which began last Sun used 1 large masses! of troops on only local activity, with Vienna cloiming Allied troops have counterattacked FOR NASTY of construction from crude rubber j
a short front For threo diivs they | : some local successes near Riva, regained lost terrain, inflicted wry CALOMEL to finished tires-we have set new
gained ground and l were rnpidly forc- i I at the end,I of the lake. heavy casualties on the enemey and end
inig their way southward along the In two days of fighting Vienna (i taken a considerable number, of pris- Starts your Liver Without Making higher standards everywhere
,\illn... French resistance stiffened! I claims the capture of ten thousand 1 oners. These I
Ycu Sick standards
: and work
I Can
out on
and the French took the offensive. prisoners. on the Piave and six thousand I All along the Piave river, from the I your
Germans; efforts/ to strike south of the in the mountain region. Fifty-'[mountain passes through which the not Salivate. car in the practical economy demanded

Aisnp and ronoh the Oi.B south ofi,I guns were taken along the river front. torrent winds its way southward on by war-times.
\, Compiegne also failed. after a slight In their former attacks begun Satur- its race to the Adriatic sea, fierce Every druggist in town your druggist I
j'' gain. i j day night, the Italians already have fighting is going on, especially on the and everybody's druggist has no United States Tires will raise any ,
J. Friday there was no infantry fighting I| cnptured three thousand of the cnmy. Montello( plateau, in the region of the ticed a great falling off in the sale I czr: to higher efficiency.
of any moment anywhere along'tho On the front in France the fighting famous Zenson loop. of calomel. They all give the same
front from Ypres to Rheims, activity has been limited to local German The Italian war office announces reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is t&king There is a type to suit every condition
which is now the vital section of tho attacks nt isolated points. I that the enemy everywhere is being its place. cf service.
; western line. The Germans made no Against the French along/ the :Mat hi'M along the Piave. On the crucial I "Calomel Is dangerous and people
further nttcmnt nnd jiro probably rormin river the enemy failed. sector of the :Montello plateau, which know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is lifl R The nearest United States Sales
' French resistance of thp pnst week. to penetrate the American lin.s at the Venetian plains, the Italians have j'sult*," said a prominent local drug
South of the Sommc nnd between Xnray. east of :Mihiel. Tho Amer'iean I strengthened their positions on the ,I gist. Uudson'a Liver Tone Is person >> fully aid in selecting? right tires for II
the Aisne and the :\arnl' the artillery :: nrtilK'ry fire broke up the enemy north edge of the plateau and repuls- ally guaranteed by every druggist who 1 your requirements.
fire has been above nnrmnl, but there ,|,' ttiu'k with heavy losses and only a IM.1| two enemy attempt to advance on ells it A large bottle costs SO cents, .W
are no indications. that the Germans small ,ilotnchment reached Xivrav.where thi- northern border. I I and if It fails to give easy relief in
are prepared 1 to renew their\ effensive it wns wiped out by the Amcri'cans. Tho Austrian war offici- says the eiery case of liver sluggishness and United States Tires
on either "C'l'tor.o.filital'v: observers, :', An attempt tn raid the new number of prisoners taken in the ,, constipation, you have only to ask for
believing that the :NoyonMmitdidiVr'pffort <: : American .,.,.t..r in Al.nce Sunday lighting has increased!' to 'iO.OOrt\ and your money back. r ".'1' II arc Good Tires .
I was. ii feint to nrmipv tho Al- wni broken up by machine ,gun: ar.d 1 thnt IUO! gun have been "n I'tured. Tho :! Dodson's L \pr Tone is a pleasant- ( I
U..II. export thnt the heaviest; lilow' vpfc rifle fire. prisoners taken by the Italians : ta-ting, "l i,' .v j
Mon purely
t I vegetable 1Mr ..:...
will come .o"n on the Picurdv fleMwtlh The I.ys "nln-nt ;in Flandors. Is be- day \\ ...111.1 bring their total) and those harmless to l-otli children and remedy rr %z ;, l"rw: : j

the thPnmh oiifii'v. airnin 11'1.th.nttf\ >nintitn.. Hrifi.tnepnrnte hand Inir\ suhfcctfd fire./ Th to>- mimis n hi-avy Gorman paylnf npc'nl artillery - I of oth.-.lino.. allies well in the n> l nhborhoud ,, Take feeling a spoor tli,, ful. at night nnd adults.wake lf ,d UlB! !! !n._

..,. |' up > ; no biliousness! sick
rpnch rnllerlin - attention to th.fn>nt southwest I I i oilifinl;; advices are tn the ('lff'.t' headache, aii.d -tomoi h 1J iHTnriirrtmmniiniiflKl /
report* tinmmibfi- of eun' of Yt>rr vast of HiVl; fli-isrh lake nnd that Viistrlans have throw i fourteen 1 J'owels. It doesn't or constipated [ rJ1 il1n ; MIfiOO
." captured uln"Mi"1: '-*". l hv tho crown to th* western. part nf. the log of the j brid"v( across the t'inve al"iig a front inconvenience all the gripe or cause !
prince, as l.O.'rt.: In the latMt: offenalvo siliont! whom the Brit'-h' r""l'ntlv'nr-" off .il.out. It I-i: miles between Xenon violent; calomel. next day like
tf the Germans. truinod IS" ..on nri, riiM out n ronsl.lornM)' loon! R'I'-''' >I"tlp' and the Conelgiuno railroa.l- Take a dose! of calomel \Ve know United State
D mites of territory anil i-nptnred/ "' ..0011'J Two mon hirii.. both ''l''I'.1 bridge, but the pontoons ore under thp weak today, sick and and I tomorrow you will feel are good tires That's why we sell> he*
I prisoner. nnd 'lr-0 (ruin, trio poorott.lv h.Tp been mik off thiViririnln" guntinof the Italians.Tho nl1lJ eRte,1. Don't lose
wJnr. in of thc,> four !hv tho n day's work! Take Podson's< Liver
> any major Gonirm
I aiel.r.. whirh, f, infantry 'ratii. The
nnvo > the
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and
feel
fi ni"Vi nipi't.'n' 'o :Mnrvh -l. I. MI off th- Xt'ur'ic' ; i .i-t for thr II!> t'"nnt. in Framo vontimii* vntial- I and ambition. fltte, full(of II-51.vigor;' Garage.






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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. KAI.1'11 STOlITO;; HIS FATHER: 1 will write you in a few days, mid my time in writing to you and Fred. much longer. For things are Increas- :'

.IN/YMYYYYY/aYMYY,t4LLhq/S/xFYI/MYf...............--............."-, ... \\RITTKX: "OVKK THKRK.: tell Jive you something else. j II I just received a letter from Fred. ing considerably, since 1 started this 6
I Somewhere in France, April -d( 191 t. my best love to all. I am still in tho trenches. Every letter to you. I
Live ,! I :Mr. I. P. Stone, Sapp, Flu. Your devoted son, j' thing is still going on. Give/ my love to nil.
l State News gm Pear Pupa :- Ralph Stone. I I have a continuous ringing in my Your alFertionato son,
I am till out of the front trenches, :May 2, 1918. | cars from the Hound amt a headache lialph! Stono. ,
uuuuuu//er.rn r/ni.mer.num.u/er.....-...........OWWnj>ltfOT ll 5 and having a good time eating from the shock. I have about gotten - . -'-
Told by Our Exchanges. eggs fried, potatoes French and getting Pear Father:- familiar with them or at least the \\oonr..v\v.\ PAUKWoodlawn y

..- .- fat drinking beer. A dozen eggs What greetings it is to me to he able noise fl'ol1tlwrn. I have had the mud
-- and all the !French fried potatoes and to write and tell) you that t am still und /gravel thrown on me by them Pink June in.--Mrs. T.

Official sanction has been given for' seek through their representative in two bottles of beer for ten franca. alive and in the trenches doing my bit. This i I" my third trip up on the C. Williams, who him been visiting in

iis.i: improvement at Camp Johnston! congress to get the government to That U what I have been eating three :,,1 am having, a good time listening at front, and 1 have seen and heard more Jacksonville for the 'past three! weeks, ,
rho county division movement in fortify the town. times a day ever since I have been j I i the explosion of the big 1 usiii county was defeated at the I One hundred and twenty-five out of the trenches Out I will have | not heard a minute of silence in days ,,,\Ve are giving them h--1. while we get Rev and Mrs. I U). L. Philips and
lollf last Tuesday. soldiers will be sent by the war negro Jo begin eating with the Company j j Tell them all I nm well and! happy: some of it, too. You know how a streetear :Mrs. II. !M. Hill were. visitors in Clay

St. Augustine is working might and. dapurtment to Tallahassee to receive now. For my francs are eaten up. | getting along fine. And expect to sounds coming down the avenue county :Monday.Messrs. ,' ;
mum for the establishment of one of : special training for These I hope you have received all my come home some time soon. full speed. That in just the way J. S. Norman ]n. L. Phillips t
hi new aviation camps at that city. men will take two months'negroes./ in mail, you can learn a great deal if j The airplanes are also laising sand. the big shells, sounds passing over mill\ U. N. Uowe were l'u..ines8'I..itorll.
.1 Woodrough, of Tampa, was auto truck repairing and driving courses and you received l the letters I have mailed :My ears I'ingso, until I believe the my head. I can't understand or hear to :Macclentiy Saturday. I tylr
sentenced to eighteen months in the special mechanical training. in the last. two weeks. boche could! slip, up on me at night. any one unless they are hollowing in I.. ,Johns who is employed I at J

tate prison for issuing three worthless Arrangements are being made for Papa, you all don't write to me of- I But I tell you this much, if be does! he my cur from the noise. he I shipyards, in Jacksonville, wns .C
checks.The I the shipment this week of the first ten enough For I have to write threeto needs II medal for it. I wish I vitiild tell you how many ailed to the bedside of hilt wife, who

steamer F. A. Kilburn was completely : car load of marmalade from the plant your one. As many as there are I hale been mighty lucky so far. I tons of big iron that our guns/ have I Is very ill. Her many friend, wish '1'
destroyed by lire off Key West i of the West Const Preserving company home, could! write every other day. think.I'hat do you nil over there stilt hours.over to (,iermnny in the lastis her speedy recovery.Sirs. .
land all the crew num. ( nt Largo as a part of the bigvontract For there i is nothing that is so pleasing think about the war? Don't you The damage is great I suppose ) :\ Connor, of 1 IIifol'd.I"itl',1, +
|l Bering thirty-one, were saved. I[ held l by this firm for supplying and cheering as n soldier gettinglots think peace' i.s ever coming? I hopeso : It can't how help there) but be serioim. I Idon't her "alilth"'r.lrM.:\ 1) B. Bourman
council of of mail while lie is his nee can be a live hero Thursday.Mr. .
The city Hrudcntown I i the United States fighting I real soon.
government.A 1101'1,,
I went on record as favoring mnniei-'I force of forty-one convict' is nowJrl'nlin best for his country and loved ones| I haven't, had 1 a letter from in still there' over there. Hut. there aitsome : and :Mrs.\ ; E.; Milliard and children -
you I ,
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at home, also sweethearts I had '' am "III" For we get reports of Wateroak visited. here :Mon
ally owned lighting plant. A mass' the road 1 IJ't'eenr"din and l ru- over two weeks. 1 am anxious to hear from t h"11hy machine ;
is be called Lher" receive mail regular than i iha1' guns 7f>
to
netting at an early the aviation (nips and an order for my from ,'Oll.Gh' day.Mrs.
I on up." 75( IIII three-inch) shell.Ve
to discuss the matter. million my pay. A. Crews\ und little daughter.I'aulinp .
date t one brick has been placed, so I my love to all. call them I little .
The Clyde; line steamship company I it appears! that the government's demand -' The censor speaks to me very often Your devoted son' bubby.I is hviv the guest. of her parents i+
I am cm duty at one lime abouttwice Mr. and :Mrs.I I 11. II. Browning. I
ha placed an embargo on all periihiahk for a good highway/ to the about writing so much I write from Ralph Stone. t
shipments from Jacksonville to ,'ump'ilI soon he met. i ten to twenty letters wl'ekInl, then i' t as long as it takes to make\ a :Mr.l and Mrs. Klisha: Rosier: of tho
|='iI'W'ork and points !beyond. I Contract for new buildings and ad- I can't get answers to them nil.I I t trip over to Sanderson and hn<'k. It Rosier settlement I. are the proud parents I ;
Uncle Sam will undertake to drain' ditons to I :May 2, 1)18.! ) seems like I a week at night./ Then I of a tine girl. ., born June B. 1 ,
existing structures at the know that I have beenin ?
) guess you I :Mr. 1. P. Stone, Snpp, Fla.My am relieved, unless aomcthing i is going Mr. and< Mrs' II. S. Milliard the
fill in three big were
and University of
cypress Florida in
swamps Gainesville, the trenches by now. I hope that i
lin the vicinity of Camp Johnston nearJacksonville II have been awarded. In dour! Father:- on, und it seems to be everlasting.Airplanes guests of Mrs. Milliard's brother, Mr.
amount of my letters telling you of my experiences ,
Your 'hl'el'ngh.ltl'r( received. .
just T. V'uters, Raiford
and make them tillable. cost these improvements will ) are also lighting/ numerous near Sund.iy.
( aggregate in the trenches, have safely
1 sure was anxious to get it, for. 1 have .
Pinellas county leads in.the sale of $50,000.() ) () The most important reached you. battles. Th"I'tIIr five planes) -- -- -- -- -. .
not heard from you in some time. I direct I over me now. I wish could l FOUF.THOlTr.IIT: \ I.
and
(War Savings Stamps up including structure in the will be you
group a mammoth -
'I Papa, I have stopped my allotment, had just finished a letter to this
[May 31, with a per capita of $3.91.: assembly hall. just for two months. I am going to morning.I you sep them in action. The machine gim People are learning that alitllefore, ;
I Palm Beach county comes second and 1 Work on the improvement of the up there sound 1 like II real ground bat often. "'
thought Haves them big
visit Paris and other places und after have just been relieved from duty t tI le. u expense.
Illillsborough third. .lames peering estate on the south that I will-send twenty dollars home for n few hours of rest, and, instead (I ; . Here is an instance: "I 1 d<> i't
The street cars are at a standstill in edge of Miami which has been in pro- I Kvery thing turned out just fine, not believe that our family has I been h
Jacksonville\ as a result of a carmen's irress! for the past four years and the one more ICSH to contend with. without Clmmbcrlin's Colic, Cholera ,

strike because of the company's allege cost of which has been variously estimate I can hardly write for. blowing dirt and I IMarrhoea Remedy since we commenced I
|.11 i refusal to allow union organization / from $4,0)0.000()() up) has "been and trash from my paper caused from keeping, house years ago./ '. ,
| among the men. shut down !hv Mr. Peering until after the shock mostly caused from our When we go on an extended! vi..itYO
The board of control in session in ''ie close of the war. w own shells falling on the Ilnebe. front take it with us." Obtainable! any
Gainesville :Monday voted to discon Sanford has an ordinance that provides iCHAMBERL jt lim' where.-Adv. ,
inue teaching(' the German language/ / for the 1.lowillgof a whistle ,
in the University of Florida and the each evening at six o'clock and the f_1 'Y
Florida. State College/ for Women people to stand at attention for one "
I u, to the fact that ice manufacture minute in honor of the flag. The Summer Weather- .

| -t Imude no effort to increase their other day a drummer was! in the Celery ( 1 TABLETS :
iiipacity of manufacturing over their City and. knowing nothing of this
[last year output, the city of Jacksonville beautiful custom did not remove his Summer Clothes j .
is suffering an ice famine. hat. lie was promptly given u IiilT on
:Mrs W.V.. Moore, of Dartow was the jaw and later drugged/ into may is just what you need, madam. Many '
u linns t instantly killed and her hus- or's court. THIS .
..and und little grandson seriously inured As a result of action taken 1 by> the I were troubled with indigestion, a Costumes That Form Pictures of f

;Monday when the auto11': Rust: Coast! Chamber of Commerce a !
Moore. was driving plunged, into a committee is now Washington conferring |I sallow, muddy skin, indicating biliousness and Delightful Simplicityline I

1 ref with the Ft'deral authoritiesand habitual constipation, have been permanently cured I
Jacksonville is playing in I.iluC'k/ calling their attention to what I :New York, June 'JO.--The!() wonderful i.s cut straight/ across from nlioul.l- .
K ram; as securing government enter- in all fairness, seem to hnve, been by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets Before using I warm days are bringing out the most n,r to :hiiiilder. with n group( of tuck '
I rise i it concerned. The latest thing.ime to say the l least, a poor lack of appreciation t I ili'liglitful, of warm\ weather costumes' hunt mill back to make for fulness. r t
'. her way is one of the big of the earnest endeavor, of! I these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.Now mud tile add/ \ fancies and frills! (that IVrlmps the. collar i.s that old Hlandby t I ,i

ton' i'ti shipbuilding there.W / plants to be es.i"ished the farmers, the crops to back which up the imdoulitodlv government I I they are cheerful and happy and relish their I II odd". ,( lo the mules picturesque There'| charms are eombinat" of the.iMon's th,' sailor or, or very peihaps', very it narrow is draped The or qrounded '

I Webster,', a socialist was fin- should have been taken over I liyth, i iI meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.McCALL'S I' t > of materials and! colors that ahdutely edges../ may be rolled and wbippud.. with P 'i I III
$,00 and costs in Rradontow.it forIi I government, having already, m; are .. fascinate us. One charming contrasting color in mercerized" : colton -
lovu'' ,(Iterances' against the Unite I now rotting in the fields eoat, .h'",," of linen had heavy" cord or that adorable, filet edge may I' ,,1 1
I' ttatci-, immediately left for ,! William I n. Jones, of Uniondale, I'M.. I' .ilioiit an inch in diameter couched on I be used, or, baby Irish or narrow Val- I 4.
ih irth. where! hf claimed he would | met instant and l horrible death at the1ijiir I I a bold, , design above the hem of I the ('lit,it'nn'S. Maybe n Hiring of silk or f !J

o number" of socialist address1 1' I ,station at KeyI' t nt S2.:: :> o'-I Kirl i, t the cord serving/ also as a gor- suit in or" cord is ,lidded.' I Behold!, the --1
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I i dock when he was caught by the bl.ide. dle.vith n tassel six or eight inches wnist, i Is beautiful fur it in .simple and '
1 .1 II 1" ;
",i.i, thi ,county commissioners will of a hydroplane propeller and; t thrown I I long on the end. This dress was in becoming! I IJ.
,I I provision in the 1)18! hud several feet into the air sustaining" I ---- mi-iillower" blue linen with white organdie Illustrated, here in one of those
'undto defray the expenses a compound fracture of the ....11lI1I.I umlerwiiist and 1 the cord was "just HO" waists worn under u jumper l'
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s if LOO.oiut)( booklets to ndver1i I which resulted in immediate I'nth.1| MAGAZINEFor white, couched in blue, au you can dross of e+extrelllelv' original laws_ Timwiiisl. .
I '''iie'lat-' county wns definitely! The young man was serving; in the' | .. \ I ,. i is soft white wash; satin;;t und 6.
lit n( i n5'! ,Inn of the board i iniroi ; capacity, of machinist mate and! was June 1 the clreiH i is rajah silk of n wundoroua
cranking I IMM the engine on one of the I I I'I'j j /_ 'lw, hue of blue. green The belt is of the
1i. ,"tarn, are becoming alu'mi I planes, and when\ it started I running' June-.the month of weddings and 't J silk too, and l !the 'buckle is celluloidof

i i the danger of their position on ] he gave t the signal to go ahead and I r''I'.7'. .', ",, commencements, gardens and I .. the same shad,. Note I the attractive
I t'Y' ,,lit ii' i oast. The county comj i j was caught/ by a propeller blade and '" :> WilY in which the yoke sluipennpuard ,
; out-of-doors the passing o f ) I't t1.
1 "- have gotten busy and will j I i killed. /hir//t\; : > over the hips. Till duos
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Spring, the begin- -, much tu add, to the youthful rnVct of ; t
I ing of Summer, and j ;'f.,. ._ I j the simple costume ;1
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MKVT AM.OU'AXfK: l FOR HOTELS | P.RADFORIt ;NEWS; : if''f ,t-\\' 1 \l.l Trimmed With I'cmil.!
' I I :; the opening of d
AM REST.U'KANTS; ( (: { The other,
1'I '
I i ,,J : day in a very smart ex- !
-- I I ': : \ '.k'-\ thevacationseasonis .,/ , elusive slug I saw the most bewitching -
Brn "uuar Again Subjected to Killing of and Ruby Edwards: have returned r ,:- L.7t' r..) -- near. '1> b\\ little morning dress of white linen t
/ trimmed\ with percale! Yes blue
10011dmini..rutor I
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( home after a week's visit in Starke.guests r..i1'\. ,. McCall' Magazine,
of ;Miss Laura Scarborough. I : McCall''sohion Sheet I, dotted percale WIIH used fur tln (perky
/ ir.
Or and after June !Kith UHf and j I :Mrs. Tommiu Edwards: and sister, I ;yth Ac.ik'" I I and the New Summer k ..... .. @::: t, little ruirieM on the waist and formedthe
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ntil further notice, nil public eating Elma, visited, :Mrs. Harrell Tuesday i/if/l"-11J.'I'j.: 1 \I '' Book of Fashions, quarterly 'A1i deeper rnlflcH, three in number, !
!I. I/ for that composed' the skirt below the \
place* shall be governed by the fol- evening : contain your J I
'J (I .i, i 1' ,{ \ I benefit. a selection of t ,deep shaped> yoke of lien ( IIaillt and
Iwinregulutiolll/ covering the use :Mis. Cecil Kaborn is very sick at / ti i 1 I \ I I I I! t

Ions"f
No hotel, restaurant or lodging :Mrs. J. V. Edwards: and son. Harry l/tB' t !I .-. "I I II garments of for every summery oc tJ '1 y d.y JJl.J.ti1F : :j

house, shall place on their menus orserve 'were visitors to Brooker on Tuesday casion.! '' : I 1SFe! ..- tx
boiled beef at than two II
more morning. \ 'f''rY'Y1 \, '-rA
meals weekly, nor shall they serve :Miss Blanche' Andreu is numberedon ,
'I
,eet, steak at more than one meal onash the sick list this week. McCALLr -r-r-'
week nor shall they serve roast- George Andreu visited his aunt < ::; l\\ J-J ) r ,.
'''e-.t'at more than one meal eachI."k I :Mrs E. D. Andreu Tuesday.C. : ;".; ; PATTERNS i <.> .. .tJ'iI' .J itJ

This order will allow eating :M. Andreu visited Worthington / 1 { ( .f fJfJ j}
for June
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ll
,,1 laces to serve alternately boiled i ii on Tuesday.Mrs. "J ()' :" '
i ecf beef-steak and! roast-beef as | : C. ;M. An.lreu'I..it,1 :Mrs. C.M. Now Sale r- tf: ''{ '
stipulated, and will not restrict the ; Pinholster Thursday. Wai.l. 8391 Skirt 838J on D.... 8)61 '.r A l.l 1Ir \1 ,

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'in poultry pork, bacon ham, and ;at this writing. A.M. DARBY Starke Fla. imagine how perfectly stunning/ was
...lusage, which are allowed to take j Mrs. :Med Thomas is some betterat the result. The shoes worn with thin
hi place of beef and! beef products j jAI this writing.Mr. I eohtumc were low heeled (pumps of l
| > public eating places will be require I Io : Bill N'ewsom and wife and lit- white doeskin with blue heels! The
'"> weok-ond --- -- - -- I hilt was a wide-brimmed affair with 1
f-t> live strictly up to this regula-i tie daughter, Doris were .
I n and evidence of violation of the j ji'l guests of :Mr. and ;Mrs. C. II. New- chiffon swirled around turning the \\/F// ,
> '"( will result in removing from such i I I.lSom I.: wt4@ 4wi D4.+4$+$444.x44444 49 4y*Wiv Ai> crown into a turban. / \

Pollsters their privileges of purchas- Mr. Seeber Edwards was rt visitor. to The I'rubl..m! of the Summer Wrap \ I

f nt( their regular supplies of food com- IrookerlondllY.; JJC. : HOT WEATHER t Supose you had l to have a wrap that \ F0 )

,xlitie :M. Andreu visited Worthington !, ;* was just exactly right (and goodness I ,
All) dealers within the State of Flor- Monday. | ', known we all dol!), what w"uyou/ \ -'.,. r I
handling sugar at retail or in re- :Mr. (Harry Edwards left Sunday' for 'I> NECESSITIESWith decide upon ? There are the smart \11 .//l
"I'' quantities, are hereby notified Gainesville here he will enter school. | nleevelesii nverblouscs! that can I be \ } n'

hat they shall not after publication Rev. J. C. Rlanton, of Surrency, Ga., made in ,different material for different ..;I 1'
'.f this notice make individual, sales ofUtlll' visited the home of C. :M. Andreu on JJ i occasions; there, are the I lightweight -
the coming of hot weather should provide C ).itre of Illue TaflVtiiThrre
in you of silk satin with V'i'
to consumers living in cities Monday. I| < > coats or I
['utilities in excess of two pounds.1 I I Ii :Mrs. C. :M. Andreu and daughter TFuy yourself with the necessities to make life more com- /flowing sleeves and! a sash perhaps; are garden hats of this material .

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Migar to consumers living In rural C. :M. Andreu visited Worthington waist length or longer; and there are of white organdm in the front; there
atriots. in excess of five pounds :i Saturday: I. FREEZERS WATER COOLERS scarfs of satin, chiffon-lined, to throw are pnrasoU of percale, too, with insets -
h.. amounts being based on an es- Dr. Midleton was a visitor to Mr. shout the shoulders) on cool evenings.The of organdie. In fact all the despised -
i ate of the weekly per capita re- ,r'W. :M. Harrell's Sunday. i Full line of small articles. : only difficulty Is to decide whichof materials of our childhood have
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vments of the individual consumer X. G. Hayes visited Harb-y AndreuSaturday. '' Screen home to keep out the fly and the mosquito. the various styles is tho best for, advanced their I state into the vanguard -
your of fashion.
I.
,! your individual need, for they are all
his ruling supersedes all previous We had quite a little storm last 'j T Window screens in all sizes and kinds. Save i the smartest of the smart For the Summer Girl,

I"'rs regarding the sale of sugar at !Saturday. |I. your wife' temper by buying a American WalstH of French Lineage Speaking of capes! the one illustrated .
I III. but does not effect the estab- :Mr. C. M. Andreu and daughter, I. I Perhaps you think you can !get along here is one of the roost! attrnclive. -
led margins of profit nor the pro- Miss Blanche, atended church at Miler ''"ij BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE without them, these unassuming itemsof ': It Is of Belgian blue taffeta
ins made for supplying home can1 1 Sunday. I Z No hot sweltering days over a wood stove. Cook in : the smart wardrobe ? Well, you lined) with peach color and seems the

i "a and jreserve with their requirei --a I. comfort one of our oil stove can't this year? You have to have i, fitting bench companion fur the stroll on the
the board-walk. The belt
' i of sugar when certificates are 1 the "ju( i-iorned.i EAT POTATOESSAVE i under the sleeveless overblouse or of which only a glimpse can be caught
All retail dealers and others handing JONES HARDWAREStarke jumper dreng. i' from the hack, behaves itself in a t
will manner more common to belt In the
sugar for sale to the public : Made of the softest batiste with> : front und thus
turns the itselfto
' observanceo i wrap
strict
e required to'give i tiny, tiny tucks, simple waist that
this order and evidence of viola- ta .I iI Fla. a thought of being coat. !Perhap
ion will be met with elimination of \VHIAT does not cost a great deal can be coatee is a better name for it any

the commodities retailer's: privilege of buying food a i ->> >>>>M 1.>>...H+toM'... >> I easily French copied ones. from Perhaps the the high-priced neck out: j| cape.way!, for it is neither a coat nor a











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i "AGE FOUl BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1918 I

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Bradford County TelegraphI '-left-Editor in his Hetherington carcass. of the Dude the ment bureau by Leon of :'>crop 1. Estabrook estimates chief U. of S, r GROCERS HELP HAD TO BE RUPTURE EXPERTII Eli[

has turned his over of agriculture.From .
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i -- -" to another for the duration of the reports received from railroad I

", Weekly and entered all sec- i war und is now at Gainesville studying companies and crop reporters in IN 50-50 PLANSIGN LIFTED OUT OF Sl.t.lt'y'orld eialty. Called Famous to Gamesvill in 'I'In. "'Pfo

and clans matter at the post-office at to be a flrst-class soldier. He will the slate it is estimated that 10'IV : K IL S..eley

j Starke Florida. do his part toward whipping the Huns acres were planted to watermelons as | the ?Chicago: and! 1'hil!
noted
adelphm, truss ,
---- if he is a "chip off the old block. compared with 18,189 acres harvestedin personally,i be at the e'lI"(| ,I' \\lli
HER CHAIR"People White 1I.t, ,
E. S. l\IAT11IEWS, I':litor and Owner.J. : The government, through General 1H7! a decrease of about 43: percent PLEDGE TO CARRY OUT : will remain in Gainesville thl t, i and
lowdcr, has formally approved of the The tout production, in 1918! is ?
Fditor.198 FOOD ADMINISTRATION Wednesday only, June 2bth tee
I C. KOBINbON, Associate proposed amendment to the selective estimated to be 'i.UC.lOO melons as I M. :
ley "The Spermatic ,
I Ii I draft to include men from 18 to 43:> compared with 4,01)9,800: ) melons produced PROGRAM. Sav I Am the Pictureof not says only retain any case of Sil"" I ltl, till

This is done to get more men in class for shipment in 1917 which 1 I'IiJ'Urt|
( J LJ PIE 191i I one, who have neither families or de- amount does not include about 1,755- Health," Declares Mrs. perfectly, but contracts the op?m,' I r IDi
i 10 days on the average: case. 'J j i iii,,, .
families and
who have !
refuse ?
pendents, or 057 melons not harvested or consumedon
.EE-o.n'ill.R1 L POST CARDS IN STORES Corbitt-Has Gained Six strument received the only ,,
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old
I 1 i I 1 to support them. :Many an the farm and sold in the home I ID
. 1 1I 1I I bachelor will wish he had married markets, making total productionof teen Pounds on Tanlac."In I England without and Spain, producing i, lu
,
I surgery injections medical||
I long ago. 1917, 5,856,858 melons

A million soldiers in France by July Detailed estimates of the crop by Explain New Wheat Ruling to just the little while I have been treatments ley has documents or prescriptions from the, :Mr\ gee.

2.345618'I 1st. By counting the divisons counties are as follows: Thousands of Customers-In. taking Tunlac I have gained sixteen ,i States Government, Washington tinned:

91 10 1415 that numbers have gone out over, ,there according is now to the 1918 1917 sures Greater Food Saving. pounds and peaple tell me I am just for inspection. All charity ca>>i', und|II, C:
I 11121 given approximately County Acres Acres the picture of health," said :Mrs T. C. I out charge, or if any inten- .
+ 900,000 soldiers in Eng- : Alachua ______ __ ____1,050 1,382 Corbitt, residing at 12 Ponders avenue, \ 'tad I cap))
he will) be glad to show
same wnhjut';
1611181920 2lJ2t land and France from the U. S. Bradford _h_ n _. _- 58 95 Grocer of the nation bave accepted Atlanta, Ga., sometime ago. charge or ht them if desired.
A. From sneers and contempt of the Broward __ 100 80 rundown weak from I Hum
"I and
-- un u n was so demands
enthusiastically the GO-SO basis for the ness prevent
Americans by German newspapers a Broward ____ 100 80 of with stomach stopping at
28,29, -- -- eight years Buffering
2bz42526 other in this
t of dread is to purchase of wheat flour and doing any place section
feeling beginning ap- are
jl jlI Citrus __ __ u uu 120 310 trouble that I had hardly any morestrength S.
'I| I' -Every statement in, this
pear. American soldiers at Montdid- __ their utmost to explain the new no.
Clay __u__ __n __ n 0 25 relU'IlItton than a baby. Everything I lice has been verified
i icr and Cnntigny_and the U. ,S, ma- I Columbia ____ .. __u 20 80 to the housewife. This ruling by ate seemed to poison my stomach and I and State Courts.before K, tin 1'1'd.J.irul

I ROCJEKMMSM: : SHOOTS!! IN nines at Chateau Thierry are the only DeSoto __ __ n ____1,090 2,900 the U. 8. Food Administration requ.lresellcb iras would form until it would l swellme ''ley. -Adv II,.. s.
J allied who did not fall back ( ) t :.MK.I 1 .
THE BUKVriII POISON [ trrops '
. Hernando n __ __ n __ 0 9r; purchaser of' wheat flour to buy up and cause me hours of agony I
mLLI'; TS OUR S.OLUIEKS. before the invading German hordes Hillsboro n____ _. .- 150 150 I had tl\be lifted out of my chair whenI _
I one pound of cereal substitute ODe 210 rouNu I'IGSWith
their drive of the
"during great past Franklin __ ? n oo __ 0 125 sat down to rest, and couldn't have I I
l' two weeks or more Three tired Ger- Escambia .. .. .. 40 lOa kind or assorted, for every pound of
life
German language papers, the teaching -- climbed a flight of stairs if my above ,
wheat flour. It corn 50 cts h .
divisions numbering nproximate- l was to re'strict ) :
man necessary ont
Holmes .. .. __ 140 875
__
of German in public schools, the oo depended on it. I spent lots of moneyon
their heads ,
off ,
(quick 1'h
ly -18,000 men, were hurried Up to Ute use of wheat flour la order very hog
in school of German Jackson .. .. .. ____1,350 2,870 l medicines, but couldn't get any re
singing; any Chateau Thierry to "hold those damned that the allies and our fighting force that takes two or three moi, to
lafayette __ ____ 20 260 '
\ song, should be vigorously suppress I Americans" according to special Lake ____n__n --_._n_1,410 3.180I abroad might be assured of an adequate lief"As a last resort I took Tanlac, andit get on full feed never bring '\I.u a
cables to the New York Herald. Listed supply of wheat profit.
to meet their
ed.The
Lee 226 GfiG
thought of Germany and proved to be jast the thing I needed 1
very it will not be of holding I vital need This When you are ready to
on a question 210 275: supply must come put jourshonts
Iimproved
future must Levy It's just remarkable how fast
of Germany'B past and "those damned Americans but un 0000 nU from on feed, begin with tie p
our savings because we hare already p.
odious and hateful to all Manatee __nn ____ __ 75 200 after I began using it. I
made 1 IIc
be so of from them. Thomas' r Medicine. Use
getting sent our normal surplus.Wheat ) tegular'
human beings that the word away I :Marion n __ 00 ____u 69. 2,048 have a splendid appetite now, and it
decent and
From cabled reports of Friday we saving pledge cards were forwarded ly watch your shoats rum oj! out
will for generations to come Monroe oo __ 00 _,____ 0 130 seems that everything I fat agreeswith /
German learn that for American the Food into fat hogs in nine monlhhJI
every cap- by Administration to
the of all that is vile Orange! n__ __ __n __ 205 370 I me and builds me up, for I have !!
carry meaning tured boys have captured fifteen all retail food merchants and going well over 200 pounds Ii|
our these :u as
Osceola ____ ____ 60 50 increased sixteeen pounds in weight
heard.
and inhuman wherever Germans: and for every "Sammy"killed Un are being signed and posted In stores high as 210 pounds. Figure the.. ar.
Palm Beach __ 20 25 and well I have
again.
the am woman
civilization and a I
world's nu
The it is estimated that they have throughout the This card eruge feeding and will ."
country. you why
demand Pasco ____ ____ 60 161 not sign of old troubles I
.. of moral forces nn a my anymore
strength our I the B. A. Thomas
. accounted for twenty Germans. Not statesVu ili-Ugu ourselves loyally to I medicine i iriod!
Pinellas __ __ 0 63 and has back
} all that is German in name or n noou my strength come
that bad for those "contemptible Ameri- out the Food Administration investment.. Try feeding ( ',
so ou
carry -
deed must be regardedfrom Polk ___n_ __n ____1,429 2,085:> program to me in full force, and I can do most ur
thought or cans. In accordance with this orderwe hogs on this plan and if you .o. not
Sumter __ ____ 280 577 I want to."
anything I I
the cradle to the grave as we Two negro soldiers in France distinguished ; n nn will not sail any wheat flour except ;, PCa1(i I I more than pleased, we will .ndthe
beasts Suwannee __ t..1,232 1,426; Tanlac is sold in Sturke by C.
of lustful, brutish n n
now think ; themselves so much for where the purchaser buys an equal cost of the medicine. J. \V V me'
H': of murderers, of treacherous scoundrels bravery in battle that they called weight of' one or more of the following, son, and by one druggist in every other |l'.I & Son.-Adv.

)/) of all the vilest criminals whohne forth offical commendation, and a 21,150 a greater use of' which In the home town in Bradford C'ounty.-Adv. .

.} sunk to the lowest depth of hu- laudatory cartoon in the New York Less 14 per cent abandoned will save wisest: --

I f man rottenness. Herald. acreage ____.. 2,961\ "Cornmeal corn flour, edible cornstarch Drives Out Malaria,Hullds Up System :{ 4t+ttt'4ttti Ft'Ft++t++++

,. Not to think of Germany in this The government is encouraging: the hominy, corn grits barley> flour, the Old Sin.cJord general utrrnzthenlnB tonic, '
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I c1I1U'j'oSIC.cJlI\'Csoul' COMPARISONWe
(;IO\S I ASfl L3
Total __ ..10,350 18,189
way would be to prove our own moral organization of "home guards." They n n potato flour, sweet potato Hour soybean I I\lnlnrln.nrlchn the hloo'/I"\! \M ",,:.l murll' "*,*. h.rJ

flabbiness and our own readiness to may never be needed but if needed, flour feterlta flour and meals, tern A true tcnic H. r nilulii .mil tl.iKtrcn. f'.c INVITE comparison! I

count an a bosom friend the unrepentant the need will be great. Surely Brad. UllnIW.'ELEBlLTH""-, rice, rice Hour, oatmeal, rolled oats and !
STOM: .\CH TROUBLES ::: as to price and quality, of our
of womanhood and the "
outrager ford county will not lag in this respect buckwheat flour.
On 7th the homeof ":'oil.) COXSTIPTIOX.. cl'olre line of
of infants. Friday, June at I
murderer helpless
? The lack of guards cost the Some confusion has resulted on the i
The criminal, who standing by the taxpayers of Manatee county over Mr. J. F. Williams, near Providencethe of the consumer In c constrain GROCERIESYou '

side of the cradle murders in cold :$j:o.OOO last summer. little children and grandchildren this "50-50'; :: ruling to mean that IIn'I "I will cheerfully say that Chamberlain's +
I
and relatives with few friends of Tablets are the most satisfactory :+:: .
blood the helpless infant whom God A squad of American soldiers saw a equal amount In value of substitutes : need themmutt Imv,

' had cent to )bless the earth, is not I 117\ Germans: out in the open duringthe :Mr. L. F. Gay celebrated his seventy- must be purchased I with wheat flour :1 I remedy for stomach troubles and :}:: them.
, that I have bold thir-
constipation
him birthday in
f more to be despised than Germany.The recent drlThe Americans eighth birthday by giving a This Is a mistaken Idea, The ruling I t: After comparing our goods ,md
dinner at 12 o'clock. There was along ty-four yeaJll; drug store service ,
lecherous scoundrelwho bo- ''
charged them and the Germans started states that the consumer In purchasing + prices with other, when voa
table under the shadeof writes S II Murphy druggist Wells
trays the innocent is not more deeply to retreat, when one great bigYankee prepared flour "buy at the time
slinjl same au ,
the large trees and it was | I burg, N. Y Obtainable anywhere Ad :t KNOW why we have n( ft.' [+
pecan
I "
sunk sin than soldier the of
in Germany. yelled at top equal weight of other cereals .
, ; The niuitloii'iwho, in order to enrich his ,voice: "Don't let a damn one of filled with all kinds of good eatables i, One exception to this ruling Is concerning I -- - i MIKE'S FRUIT STORE I i
after all till Alltisfi.tItht'rc
himself kills the sleeping family I them get away" They didn't. They and had left eaten than I graham flour and whole wheat ++ Ft+ttttttttttt t+++++.nv
to
,'. and burns the dwelling has ns his killed :Ifi of the :17:! and captured the was pletny more flour which may be sold at the ratio
j. feed the crowd, There w"re' a.
1 IJ i equals in foul depravity and, devil- : 17th one. again I of three pounds to five pounds of

:j lJ. guided work millions and millions ofli The Germans; are now massing. ( .sixty-six: persons! in attendance, all j wheat flour. This provision Is made '

. li" Germans. troops before( Toul, the sector held by of them being his datives, except I because approximately 23 per cent Broken L eleven of his fucnds. Relatives
, Germany the accursed, is possessed! I the American in Trance." When they warm more of tho wheat berry Is u.'lln. time Same Day as Relieved

I of the devil und by the devil, and for 'start their drive at our boys, they arc from a distance present were I manufacture of these flours than standard ...W.Spicialll on nod' Orders-We Rw Rgsta&a

its own financial aggrandizement I going up against a wall of steel bullets One daughter from Ihewster, Fin,; [ wheat flour. ,_.. | I4o'W OHSVTM sr
from, Ocala brother and fnm- I ,
_._
: murders, outrages, bums, I'tn"11lli , shot from the guns of the best one ; one ': Another exception Is that on ilL und l otehr-in-l.iw and wife, all of'
,4. ters unto to death with its hellfire average rifle shots of any race of lag nixed flours containing less thnn = '\)

and mothers with h..II.h'\'IMe,1, deadly people on onrth, and there will be I Trenton, Fla. The day was enjoyed by I I CO per cent, of wheat flour, which nay COFFINS CASKETS
The folks
"gasses millions of the very flower of mare lend l Germans left to the square all\ pieac-nt. young: spent ; be sold without substitutes. Itetallers, And full line of
q a
the afternoon playing the and !
l our civilization !acre than has occurred in any drive ; organ however, are forbidden, to soil nixed I

r, Your boy and your noighlioi's: boy vet launched by the barbarous Hun. singing: old hymns flours containing more than CO percent Undertakers' Supplies

J must !stand between the women of this I of wheat flour to any person unless Automobile Hearse
i
f t land and these brutish boasts-all because Ul'KISEDT ,\IEIUC.XSTh. : NOTICE TO TA\PA\KRS 1 I the amount of wlu-nt flour substitutes Always on hand. The best ser-
Germany for half a century has sold Is sufficient t'o make the total a .
vice lowest
at the
prices. Special
t'' been training its armies and teaching Alll persons receiving notices of amount of substitutes Including

its people to take whatever they wanted greatest sermon on economy taxes on personal property please! pay I il those1I11I'.d; In flours equal to the total attention to_telegraph orders. k
the writer heard two monthsago '
ever was
before the first of July Any I
wherever and whenever they had person amount In wheat Hour In the mixed

the power' regardless\ of morality or of in Jacksonville. A :foreigner, failing to pay will have to pay extra'I flour. For Instance, If any mixed ftouf Registered Embalmer I IIOWEL< : COMPLAINTS IN I SDH.\
standing front of of the I
in one drugstores cost of collection it Is the intentionof
right and wiong.Therefore : there, had watched for sometime as Is purchased containing CO per cent.wh..at , DeWlflTcTloNES Tn a lecture at one of t'V1 >lea
must bo made this office to collect all taxes on flour and 40 cent substl- ,
f' Germany per [ :Monies\ Iowa, churches a m n
the stl'udy'st1'l'lIm of men, women I IItn,1 I
odious to all the world l, und no honest- und children going( in to buy cold personal property. This is the first tutes It Is necessary that an additional Starke, Fla. : from India; told of going mutt,
last notice.
? hearted pure-minded man or woman drinks and candy. After awhile heturned I 20 per cent of substitutes be pun -- I tenor of India, where he w en

should during the life of this generation to us, and with the exclamation Respectfully, I chase! This brings It to the basis of | sick, that he had a bottle o' '
.
B! M. DtnW.ING
( ever deal with n pro-German, one pound of substitutes for eachpound {Kim's Colic Cholera and Oi Si
"God what extravagance! he
Tax Collector. Whenever You Fited
a ueneral T nlc
of wheat flour.A >
sell German-made
ever buy or a product belie' nat
wild, "theie is more money wasted in I Take Grove's. Remedy with him and \
or ever associate with n pro-Ger America than nil the balance of 1 s special exemption may be granted it saved his life. This remedy
in S.\.I: I'SON: : X NEWS :NOTES upon application la the case of specially The Old Standard Grove Tasteless etn
the world. Your people buy t'nollo'hcold successfully in India both an j
man.Ostracism chill Tonic is
I prepared Infants' and Invalids' food I equally valuable as a
,
.
in business and in
printe
live and for cholera. Y mry
drinks to the of mil- cure
meet payroll i General Tunic because it contains the
r \ life should be the penalty of pro- lions of soldiers. It is a (crime! I Sampson June 19.-\11'9.: A. K. containing flour where the necessity la + :well known tonic properties oiQVININli; know from this that it can be oend

't ... Geimanism, and he who fails to pursue wonder how such people ever get Smith and children are visiting relatives shown. I and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives ed upon for the milder form uael'

f"t( this policy will show that he regards rich, as they spend, spend all the in Hawthorne this! week. Some misunderstanding seems to exist :out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and complaint that occur in this airy'

business! or social ties more time buying/ mostly things that Are :Mr. E. F. Hardee motored I to Lake on the part of consumers In assum I Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. Obtainable anywhere.-Adv,

highly than morality and honor, and no good. Your Jacksonville of 100- Butler Monday; mornifig. ing that with the purchase of wheat" ..

J' that he has no hatred of murder or 000 :Miss Gladys Prescott spent a few flour one must confine. the additional
people spends foolishly more money days of last week in Starke with her of the - - - - - - -
lust or all the other vile crimes which than Paris with CO pcr cent purchase to one
my 2,000,000 people I - - -
have brought to the World the greatest : lends and relatives. substitutes. Tills Is not the case. One - - - -
Surely don't realize
V 1 L sorrow and anguish ever known. that you people Mrs. Wjcoff and little son, Frances, may select from the entire range of

1((.: Let the nation therefore move with war?"you are engaged in n great of Cordele, Ga., are spending a few substitutes a sutllclent! amount of each Carload of Wagons Received

dajs. here with :Mr Wvcolf, who is I total
I energy and unswerving determinationto On this of to bring the weight of nil substitutes
crush the reptile propaganda which question economy a corking in the G. S. & F Ry. office. equal to the weight of' the wheat Just I I
great financier of New received
Yok was | solid
a carload of the celebrated
has wormed its way into our nation quoted last Sunday :Mr Duururni Jones was visitor to flour purchased. For Instance If a
as saving:
and which now seeks to sink its poisoned If through her experience in the Mai'ke Monday purchase of 24 pounds, of wheat flour Hackney Single and Double WagonsThose
Guy: Prescott is spending a few of substitutes be
venom into the breast that has present struggle America : Is mnde a range may ,
finally Jays in Starke with :Mr. Harold Wall.Mr. .
warmed it into life. learns the habit of accumulation selected ns follows:

1 "Locate, eliminate and extermin would I not be unsafe to predict that it [ Julian Peek, of Stni'ke, was Comment, 8 pounds: corn grits, 4 I

; ate" all that \is pro-Get( 'man in languate she could eventually the here Thursday; on business. pounds, rice, 4. pounds ; buckwheat, 2pountts

in thought or In dfcd, wherever of the present recoup war and expenditures )be- :Mr;[ James Harrison of Miennopy: corn starch 1 pound ; hominy'(

found and under whatever i.p, actually better nit in the end financially was transacting: business here one 2 pounds; relict] oats, 3 pounds '

We fight the most. desperate hell- We unquestionably have been n day last. week.Where These substitutes\ may be used In i

devised power Which humanity has nation of spendthrifts; we have no the following mnnner: )

i ever faced, anti if wo show mercy it idea' of the economy of the mass of Cornmeal 8 Pounds.-Corn bread, no

will be counted weakness! and if we I the people of the older nations: we the Sexes Differ. flour; corn mufllns or spoon! bread, |

Y should punish not the guilty without have never counted our pennies. If When trouble cones holiMInji! along one-fourth flour or one-third rice or

'. any sentimental, neurotic idcaa of this war can inculcate this.lpsson! in a woman j.lves: way to a llcvid of tears one-third hominy ; 20 per cent substitutes -

; morality such those of degenerate -hut atmosphere In whole bread
as the American people, we can be a a lima proceed to tint tho
women who write scented notes to richer nation than we have ever yet Mue. Corn Starch, 1 Pound,-Thickening

murderers and bedeck the cells of rapists bpt.n, for Ra'ingInean" enlargementof gravy making custard, one-third sub-
'., we should to have stltute In cake. .1
cease any individual production facilities, which in the Invisible Asset
; or national morality.War ant,1 mean more and better anll'hlltl1"1' Corn Grits 4 I'ounlls.-Frle like
Slie"S.> you ll"reiuniieil: to SllsrItaggs.
nccur-'il war, war of murder good. mush used with meal In making corn i,
I I cunt "
m mire see anything
js being made and must bread!
against us, we When by our declaration of war. '
attractive thai
about : Ho
woman -
fight to !live. we imncil forces flailed Onte, S 1"0Ilnd1.-01le-fourth :
with the allies .
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.-;.
can I no It : l but Its In the
We fight : tc: one-third substitutes In bread one-
must Germany and ngmnst : >
pro.Cermanhsm Germany, we thereby pledged "
buiiU, nil ii:' 'f Huston Tinnserlpt.
half In
substitute mufnns breakfast
in whatever ourselves
form they appear as nation to wage war to
and utterly destroy their power the utmost of our ability. This constitutes porridge! use freely : oatmeal cookies 1
LET 10LR I.n'I.I\ K
for evil now in evidence throughoutour n promise on our part to sup- A sluggish! ,slow acting Liver is the cause oatmeal intip.Ktickwhent.

country. Our beloved rms from ply the wherewithal for the Keepingof ol many ills; for you to be Active and in Flour 2 Pounds,-One- who have used this
'over there" calls to heroic that I fourth substitute In bread buckwheat !I Icnk" make of'wagons know
us work pli-dir& it must be, evident good health tho liver rmi'ft rarry (.'1 poisons ,

here to stand behind them and destroy ronf the brief l i<'\u'vv of facts: given of l llr'.I; ,I:, necessai I 2 l'ounI"-JolI1 fur ''
dinner
those whit are stabbing him in the that ('nl thiiiugh rigid 'lyromlunedwithotlici
' back from vantage points. in America. I: and grue'lling emnmnv'nonomy- uch ns- this rv.:,' ,r,. ,"ty i] "i js which quiclttv, indigently I ,. linked for dinner with cheese I j jinn placed on the market by any wagon manufacturer
liven
RICHARD: II. EDMOXPS.: : county has a' .h..buld..nol.i:! ior,:tipe. e.ftice. I I They will
m11 I"'I'
( dreamed of- :", 'I I E-W3: ANO j CSNERAt >'IRES: Pounds I Itine give satisfaction wherever used. Considering -
4 One fourth
I suhntl-
Editor :\ll1nllfa.t'II'I'rs "
Retard.SIDELIGHTS this he |
cnn pledtre Ki'pt. Mvl makers ulFlank'r' ;
:'I Tonic.
_--------.e--- I j ,, In wheat l hr.' 1'1. one third substitute '' the high cost of material these are the

: O.N tt',\K l :NKHSWill : n'nr-n"\: : L:iPf.urxv: : 'V.\VTHl1.MELON : -- In corn hn.nl! bulled fur d\III"r\ (a | best made for the wagons

I : : : CROP 1 h VHORP( II | hnnd cut), ns n r.renkfust C< il I. to ( price

I t -.oEA"r CORN thicken! noiii' 1'1.1" pudding/ : Ins:, id of i CALL
Appleyard, son of T. J. Ap Florld:1C'rpa> Falls Way Short of mite or pie. rli-i batter enkiihevertil AND INSPECT THIS LINE..

pleyard state printer, r<'duee his Last A('l1r'* I'r. .lttdlon. : grocers have stated that | '

weight CO pounds so he co.ild!. enlist in I I .'h(11 SAVE'71lacJ'YHEAT 1 their customers who strl-'tly ni.serve' J. S% ANDHKWS&STARKE SN.

th. "tank coins" headed r Berlin.We I Florida will not produce 11nv1wl"I: e, --- the 11 wlu-ntlo-is menu each WP." k Und j

hope he will be able to reduce the near is many' watermelons thu; M" ...: : It npfossim tit siibstlfiites in adilltlim I FLORIDA.

\\< I rht Pt I' the Kaiser! to 0 plus th. !..a,1 I 'I. 'I i rat,, lone'i 'n ,,"i ?lfttnl!i -t.it. lo thostt unit-red, und'r I tine SOCO .
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:Musa Carrie Darby and little :Mis EAST ST.\Kl\n NOTESJ. n.\u'mw I! KICKS-CAUTEK I,

Virginia: Weeks were visitors to Jack I --

M'n\'ille Wednesday.Mr I W. tifern had as guests ]lust Sat :Miss :TvauriKltf FntertafnsUaiford : A quiet but pretty wedding; took

ll --- -- 1II'dIInd 8un.tIl11': Dan Thomas. Juno 11.-! :Miss Helen : place at the homo of Mrs.\ Joe Carter

Bits of LocalInformation and :Mrs. Jim Dell and :Mrs. i S. (of Picmker! :MIr Smith and son, n. A.. Xaunglit! cntortamc'd n few friendsin east of Starke Thursday afternoon at

T tell( and l son, of Gainesville, openSumiav of Gainesville' and UeJ.. R. Dukes honor of Alfonso Jones, who loft orThursday 4 o'clock when her daughter, Miss:

:\ in Sturkc at the home of ColW lof Woithmgton.Mr for Camp iroonlenf.. Ga. I I.\da. was nmrriod 1 to :Mr James Kicks.Rov. ,

T" Weeks. I, : .in.l :Mrs Hlzie Keen were the Those enjoying the ,evening were,: Lnw, of tin First Haptist church, '

,I guests of :Mrs. Keen's parents Saturday :Missctt Vivian tirahnin, Porlnhit- performed the ceremony Only immoduite ?

t With every 25c purchase we Iti\'e and Sunday.Mr. ten Flossye Ht' 'not.l.*, Lorn Cnson relatives! woru present.
c-_. (M 0. Tw.b. "."M.", c.4 a coupon flee, with which our customers Cunningham and two sons. :Mamie Denninrk) and 1 Leila Byrd, of 'ff '
11'.....". loa W C..er a.f r._ i The bride never looked prettier than
rile secure Hogers' table silirware. Leon and I'da'in. spent Saturday and 1.aw ley ; :Messrs Clarence Ritch Shepherd !
in her weddiig costum whith'as a
\' Starke Hardware Co. ( Sunday with J. \\". Uieen. :Moore, Avery Tison Lacy Cnson, \
blue silk poplin with hat and l RCCt S.
i Private Zones Gritlis in spending II Herbert Kitch. Tiiti lJi'mnnrk'l1n.1 Alfredo

Corp. Chins A, Rowand of Cam] "( few days with his l111r..nh'11'; am.Mrs. IVrrnn, of 1I'l'lInlCuhll.. i! series to match.
<*liflf Tatum spent Tuesday in Jack Dr N W Frances of Jacksonville. :M("ade, :'1M.. arrived in Starke Wednesday . lII.G.Grim IpuoelsworthNormanMr. : :Mr. Kicks in employed at tho shipyards y

[ fonville. was here this week on professional for a week's !stay! with his parents :\ Clayton Higginbothan\ ani I IIrs. Warren H. Bloodsworth and : in Jacksonville

business. ;Mr. and :Mrs C. A. Rowand. Corporal I son I.ucius, arc spending' a few day :Miss Elizabeth Norman were unitedin ,I Thursday evening, after tho wedding,

L. E. Jordan was a visitor to Jack Itowancl expects to !go acrow with her par.'nb'11': and :Mrs L. L wedlock\ Sunday afternoon at .1 1-30:: n host of friends gathered I to congratiilato -

| tonville Sunday. Spanish peanuts, :Mexican: June corn I the waters in about twenty days am Geiger. I o'clock nt tho home of the. bride's father / / the bride; and groom. Later

velvet beans. and pen seed at Cash
Dr. J. O. Haynes spent Sunday i in Carry Store. I, sailing/ Harris were guests of :Mist Carru! cc-ic-mony. delicious supper assisted by herdaughters

:' Hampton with relatives. Green Sunday, The! groom is a son of a welltodoformer \ ;Mm sea Lena and Florence.Mi Igo

:Mrs. C. V. Simpson and children, ol :Mr. and,) Mm.' Joe E. Wilson and Rev George; ;: Fowler I'l'l'at'h..d n gee I while the bride is daughter : '. and l Mrs. lUcks left Friday

J. M. Truby was a business visitoto Gainesville are guests at the home oi :Miand ;Mrs. M E. Wilson of Tampareturned sermon at Sardis church last Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs." I"1.:\ Norman. morning for Jacksonville*, where they t ttvili

the metropolis Tuesday. her parents :Mr. and :Mrs, Wm. Ed Wednesday afternoon from I ;Mr. Lee G.iiney, of Hrooker attendJed Their many friends wish them along make their future home. Their

wards. their trip to Pensncoln. Mr. and l Mrs' serMii>s at Sardis church last Sun \ and happy life. many friends wish them every happi

Grace Fugate of Bronson, is visiting :M. E. Wilson left for Jacksonville oi tiny Mr: :M.\ Luck, of (il"'IC"'r lit."".

her cousin, Frames Colley. :Mr. and :Mrs. W. II. Graham and Thursday and l on their return will I Mr. John Underbill who hits brer Springs is visiting friends herethis

son, Billy, were in Kaiford Sunday,, make a short, stay in Starke before returning North for several! months is spendinga w eck..Miss.

R. J. Tatum of Jacksonville, ppen guests at the home of :Mr. Graham's I to their home. few days with his mother, :Mrs. Kr- Leiln Byrd! who has ht..n1"

Sunday in Starke with his parents. parents win Uiuloilull.MISK iting friends here, has returned to

Beginning with the July issue th< : Margaret: llurleigh held a canning lier home in I.uwh'y. She was accompanied WANTED 1

Ford top and back curtain for $10 W. ;M. Wainwright, of Jacksonville, Pictorial Review will be 20 cents pel I : club meeting at (the home of :Mr. home by Miss Vivian Graham.Mr. I

M. Leviton Starke.W. was a woek-cntl visitor at the home, copy on news stands, $2 per year to :J. :M. :M niton last Thursday.Mr. and :Mrs. W. 11. Graham and

of his parents, Mr. and ;Mrs. N. D. .subscribers. Special price of $3 foi i ; Joe Keen of Hampton attended :Mr. 1. :M. Alvarez, of Starke visited 5,000 Cords Four-Foot i '

J. Griffin of Jacksonville, spent' Wainw right. two years. I am still taking subscriptions church here Sunday. Mr.: u and :\11'''. \V. S. Gl'ahmtanllll""-

Sunday with his brother O. J. Grit for the magazines! and daily, I :Mr. ."'sse Hiltox.ho has beer ily Sunday I WoodDELIVERED

fin. Complete line of American tires on papers and will npreciate your ordei I I wOI'killin Jackson\illo, rc-tiirnc'd :MisH Ioca Johnson left Saturday

hand. Also have a few seconds to be for same. Thanks for former pat home :Saturday.Mis : for Gainesville, when she will go to
Mr. and :Mrs. L. J. Wynn were the sold at reduced price!! :Starke Vul at of Gillett
: ronlt p. Nannie llowell. : .\III'onlintou: was called tc the normal school of the Universityof plant ,?
j guests of relatives in Hampton :Monday canizingWOI'ks.. the bedside* of her mother, Mrs. I Florida Oil Company formerly

I W. T. Leckey. manager of the H. A. son, of Lake City last week. Jlhn-I )Dmton Colley and Charlie Itcas- ; i

:Mr. und 1 ;Mrs. Charles Larson were Shaver Company (canning factory lefl There will be preaching nt Randolph h'y. of Stnikc, were here Sunday evening. Florida Industrial Corporation ,,
J. E. demons of Brookcr has the of Col. and !Mrs 1) E. Knight
guests Wednesday for Bull's Gap Tenn.. school house Saturday and Sunday .
[TeTlegraph man's thanks for a fine lust week-end returning to their homein where he will be in charge of a cannery night and preaching at the Ink* Walter! Graham of South Jacksonville plant Gainesville, between Fr

E melon. Watertown Sunday.Mrs. belonging to the 'company. Mr Sunday Everybody: is invited was visiting homo folks here on July 1st and January ; j

R. C. Hutchinson superintendent ol -- --- -- SUllday.L'uKton.
:Mr. and Mrs. R. R. There, of Lawjtey. : Pluncas Burnsed and daughter. the local plant, will remain until the :MISSES: ; :: Dl'ltOSi': IINTKKTINS.::;. Crews is spending a few 1st. Any persona interested #

were visitors to Starke on Wed. :Miss Nita have moved to Jack close of the bean season and hopes tc days in Jacksonville.Alfredo requested to file bid for 1,
are
| nesday. sonville and will reside with :Mr. Ed. finish another car of beans before :Misses DuboHc entertained' Thursday ; Ferian him returned" to his

Kurnsed at 1214 lona street. closing down the plant. evening, June) 1:Hh, nt an informal 1 1I home in Havana Cuba, after ppcndinr all or any part at the planton

Men's wool and cotton bathing party given in honor of their IIOIIHO n few days lion
Priceto
before July 1 at.
suits at Stump's. Economy means making the mostof :Miss :Margaret Burleigh's. canning guests )Mmsp Ruby and Eva: lid- :Messrs, It. II. Weaver and T P or t

what you have to fpend. Try the demonstration, on Tuesday and Wcd- I wards, of IJionKor. Denmark) were jn Starke on :Monday be f. o. b. cars Gainesville.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby ollErooker. cash system and, be, convinced. Quig. ncsd.iy was well attended I by the Th parlor toil adjoining looms I I''. \P. Johnxon spent Kuiiday in I

were visitors to Starke orI !Icy Lumber! and Supply Co housekeepers! of Starke, who learnec were IM'nut i fully decorated with potted .. Jacksonville.Dr. Gillett Oil Company

I Tuesday many useful things in regard to canning plantnnd cut flowers. :Many interesting I and 1 !II rR.V.. W. FII 1'111'11. of

;Mrs. R. L. Lewis accompanied Uy and preseving fruit and 1 vegetables. : games were pla>.i
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Tuesday! her d.lUJhter.IiOis;: : Hilda, and son, :Miss Hurl(>i.d, is most ex.cellont 'I winch ice cream and cnke were seiv'd 1. Morrell: Sunday night;: !, going to i, .
land Wednesday in Jacksonville with James are guests nt the home of her in her line of work and, the by Misses: i licssio and, N..t tie Du- ksonvillo :Monday.llemy ---- - ------ ,

lielatnesMi daughter, :Mrs. J. C. Robinson. ladies! are fortunate to have her instructions lose, aisisted. by their t mot ht'r.I I Taylor IH homo on a fm.
at this Reason' of the year. I Enjoying: the :Misses ilaboa's] hospitality lough from Camp Wheeler.Alfon.o GIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS

: :; Gladys Prescott, of Sampson Judge and Mrs. Goo.; A. Gardiner wneMisses: : icorgio; and Carrie Jones left Thursday, for SKIN WHITENER

1C'ity, has been visiting her sister Brs I und daughter, Gladys, accompaniedMrs. Mrs: Anglo Sternberg, :Mir and :Mrs Mills. .la ii Williams, Laura Scar Ciimp Grccnleaf: \ where. he will take. up ,
| Edwards. : Z. J. Roheits on her return to of Stnrke I borough. Ruby and KVII: Edwards: tin'
J W. B Young and children, ;; military duties. ______ How To Make a Creamy Beauty ,
her home in Hastings Sunday.: ;Mr. nail :Mrs. It.: H. Harbour and children /guests of honor; :\1'lIsr" Clayton Scarborough - --- -Cirri -rii
:MISHrdelia left "ti.ly torher Lotion For Few Cents. .
r> L. Clyatt, of the Lake; Butletsetron ----- and Mr.: Young, of Jacksonvillearc Wnllll"Ii: 11 N, no,,",'. Johnnv huW' a
Sctmstian.Onenr .
was n business visitor tcIstaike :Mrs W. W. Wiggins and daughter,, > spending a couple or weeks nlKingnley H.-usrlen luyd' (;iroen tth..rl.11l1'I :: in Iho Juice of two fresh lemons sltniilfil r

:Monday Willie :Mae of )Unadjjla) Ga., are visiting lake, and while there are occupying I ('nmpbell Melvin, George and Percy Fulford. of Jacksonville inHpendmg into n litho continuing three 01111ci i
__ her sisters ;Mrs. (G, H. Ilunnett / the cottages owned by Col I Kite mill Albert Duboao. a few days at, the I Hotel! Ta- I -- --------- --- - vuli. of I till' most remnikubloIrniini :
.h'., of Jacksonville, O. Turner, this week. quui tcr pint
W .1. Epperson and :Mrs. J. Weeks and :Mr. J. 1" Kickliter. MrStornhiig I i I
( 01E'W.I'IS: \ :: : 1,1101I visited \ nkln boautillur, at about!. tlio cost \
arrived Wednesday for a short stay has added, to the pleasure C!. U. Cason of Jacksonville,
|wIth homefolks. Twenty boxes of the finest (orangesoc of the' paity !by. taking her new Edison I I'm-os: ; F\KM hm family henSunday.. ono must pay for a small jar of tilt! (ordinary

ought to Starke from the East: phonograph.C --1'0;;;: Mi.-m Maggie Dcklo I of Lake Huller, cold crcaniH. C'nri! should ln 1 1n
Mirs' R. H. Weaver and TatceiimiuV. Const for sale at 20, 25, ::10 i ) and :M I Friclny night convict micwocleil is the guest of MINK I'eilaVbitlen.. tnki'ti to strain thc lymon I juice through i

of Raiford, were visitors) cents per dozen. Mike's Fruit Store.. I in escaping. from the- State Icilnl linn cloth so no lmon pulp gents in, f- .
I :lIIN" Helen Nntiright and Aniunths.
_. Farm and up until this time has not! the n thin lotion will keep rosh fur .
.
tiirki; Monday. I L ASS I F I E] l! "-id ..'!\\'t'dm'hw in tithe Hut ..r
- -- ----- Clyde Chancoy a former Stnikoboy seen" reenptured.,\ He was seen nc'iit T':, ""ry wmnan known that j

Oin line ot I'alm Couch suits will! but now of Brunswick. Gu. was I ADVERTISING1OR I tin fin'in of .1 im IloniHby Monday h'r.MIr.: II.V.. Kaifortl wont to Lake lemon jinn1 is used) to bleach and 1 remove 1 1,;
I Much' blemishes' CierklcH, sul-
i in .1 I out at very low prices here Thursday! on n. short vimt Clyde and Superintendent, Purvis was noli- :
Mister-ln-l.iw !MIKSLin
Gordonat I Duller to meet his I lowness nod 1 Ian and I IH the ideal skin lI
into training at Camp
,
,'' goes th',1.! Upon| arriving at the scone with '
of Lake Park Ga.: on
--- curly date. i'ALI'-.Onts: in bundle) ; $l.Ct( ,v V. Perry softener, wbitfnor and Iioii all tier.
--- I an I tin the- trail I
L. Stevenson up Monday. rust It! (< M .1 O tralick is visiting her per hundred 1 weight. 1L : try ounci'M
and followed until reacheda
I a 'ourMr: and ;Mrs. C. II. Harrison,, I When you buy your materials you IU"ingFarm, Starke. C-7-lt "MI O' .. where several they tin Walter Va le'IH'itt Ins gone to .lilt'ksomdle or.JHlr.1hil,' at niiy drug Ktoro and /,
ptar ohopperMvie '
.
n rthington Springs. are satisfied; when you pay, we are where. he buy" 11i'"pt,1 n positiuii ' twii lenniim from th. Lciticer and inaVoup J1II
satisfied. Let's all\ he happy at once LOST.-One pair uutomobile curtains wOI'kinlt'Jwr,* the scent waN :Mi,'. Roll Cone bus charge ol I, n 'quart| pint nf. this mvcetly fnm'-
t
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Misses Ruby and Eva Edwards of I i tyy/ cash. Quigloy Lumber> and, Sup Finder return to Jos. E. Wilson lost and was never picked' up agiiin. (Ih.I I loll 'In"i diop) now runt leiniiii bitimi ind tiuiii iig<< It dally ,

,1'rookcr: are the guests of Misses ply Co. Starko. 5-31-tf. Tin' negroes denied having seen the I'J"I:Hi Ierr( Rltrh pint 11 few, d.iv, inI : ,into the flll'l.. Ii.ek, arms and I '

Xettie and Bessie Dubose. : escaped i convict or giving him aid in I ake, Itutler last week hands Adv (95)( ; ) t.

I Friends of Mr. a.ndIrs.: Joe Hill FOR SALE.-One Ford, 1016 modelperfect nnnay.. '- .J

O with them in order, ready to run, $250. ---- -- -
MiMbrs:\ G. W., E M.: A. A. and Williams sympathize'!
,died Sales anti Service Co. '|'o mion: : :
n., Hnren. of Brooker were business the loss of their infant Bon, who Hriscoo I -
visitors to Starko Monday. ;Monday morning at the age of only i.i
I FOR SALE.-;Maxwell: car, Iti11equipment I take this method in thanking my I'
two days. and friends for their loyal given '
Raiford Epperson of Jacksonvillespent line equipment support '
Sunday with his parents, Sher. :MijKsrs.V.. T. Andrews antV.. R. thoroughly overhauled.: Good running me .111 the Democratic) primary of Plant Cow-Peas

'J: and :Mrs W. J. Epperson. Williams\ of Lake* Hutler, were in condition. Puce $250. Bris. June 4th.
Starke ;Monday afternoon and added,\ I coe Sales & Service Cu. : I tippreciutevry muth the trust I
and in return hope! to be of greater s
subscription "
Lake the Telegraph's -
_ Mr and Mrs. B. Femberg) of their names to I
witsMr. BUSINESS: Of'I'01tTUNITY.IIOOInvestment <; service to my district and county than
Hutler: spent Sunday in Starke. list. will buy a garage ir I 1 hnb.t'n in the past.T. Grow cow-pea for I..IY.'tut'r\ still, reel( (lie cr< p'lo' IUIK and
N. Stemberg-
| and Mrs.
Sergeant Frank Lane, who has been Starke that is now earning/ $200 to I H. MNHOLSTKK.17oAUO : entile, or turn it under, 'I( lie added humus!. and nitrogen will \bt' .

and child in sanitarium in Jacksonville for $::100! monthly or will Hell a half in. r
A summer sale of ladies a \ I'AUTVI worth "Lig money to you.Order.
goingor the two weeks, arrived, home on terest. Sam Rosenberg. !
pen's hats. Worth $::3 to $1.50 past k
a few days beforereurning --- ---- I
$1.25 to $1.98 at Stump's.S. Thursday to spend ..int Friday evening n number of
to duty at Camp Wheeler, "FOR' SALE.-One Ford Truck 1917moIt'I
the members of theMethodist; ('hurt'hrath'r'd Seed Now
:Macon, Ga. ; One Ford Touring Car, Jflli \
A. Bryan, a prominent young ; at the parsonage and! trav*
:Model both in fine condition. Foi
I usiness man of Raiford, wan inMaike ; ,,1\: T. L. 7.. Barr and! family a real
business.. I Earl: I V. Simmons went to Jacksonville particulars apply to !S.:! :>1. Drigge'rsl.Rke .
| Tuesday on I Thursday morning for a visit of Butler 1'1a. Route A, Bon old fashioned donation, plll.ty.Inny baskettlined : \Vr' can supply good( anti (o\ .pt'a'| nil popular, lr'orit'lif'lI. or
who could l not attend sent
Guy Prescott and I sister Gladys, of I n couple of weeks with his aunt Mrs.R. 1:17:: C-21-21 ( with good, things for, the' table, mixed at reasonable. priin f'rt( mi" t6gdnrnls' < .in lie mad

I[Sampson City spent several days of Daniels.\) He will return by way ---- -- Mi Barr and wife desiies to thank
Write for
phone or win
friends. j of Starke where he will spend another LOST.--Kight: head of oxen; six heat pacesIndependent
,thi week in Stnrke with mo.t t sincerely all those who so gen
week or more visiting with the familyof marked .swullow-fork and underbil
-- --- ---- I orot.sly remembered them on this no.ra '
Rawson Davis, cashier for Swift & W. N. EdwUl'dFriday's: Gainesville in one ear upper slope and underbi) Fertilizer Co.
i 'in
(' Jacksonville, is pending his vale Sun. in the other, all dulappcd; one pied

- with relatives in Starke. and one yellow ; two head wear bells C1 \ID Of 'III.\.MvS: Jacksonville FloridaFor
anon Subscribers to the Telegraph are Liberal reward will be paid for in. I ,

returned urged to make prom pt rfmittnncevvhen formation. II. D. ;Mott Starke Fin w" wish to thank our dear friend' Bumper Crops Use Favorile FertilizerPREPARED
FlorencIatlhew; >!
Ihs
their subscription expires. When you and neighbors for the kindness, shown
weeks
.
|}H 'Wednesday after n two I wait for us to stop the paper af a reminder ,\In: 01' RELIVING: >> ; 1'I!" during the illness and death ofo'r I

.v,1 II with relative- in Jacksonville. we have the work of taking THE: SPECIAL: CABLE:: '' t.,loved hu IJIn,1In.1| futherMrs. t'I I

your name ofT the \list and the work From I). 1'. :Mitchell and familymincATK t'l' !
Mi, :SI E Edwards, of Lawtey, of replacing' it. All of this takes time "OVEIC III EKE";" __n A "
spent several days this week at the I that would he profitably used, in giving : Which Are Ittinir l'ublishesl"OV1It l <
Mrs. A. Z. Adkm In this time HERE" PAIl o o o oo I 4e
hom( of her daughter, I you better service : ( \ Knight eli-rlriil work t -"> ""
| high costs the conservation of timeis In The r I'" I',ohoi.t.r, ltd ores A miles Tau I.
lof I I f 11.,1., ., ltd .rv A Rlllmuc '.11" ALWAYS BE i
factor Help us D1LYM: > SL'ND.IYNEWYORKHERALL '
I a most important I VrKar. H.1 rrv & ml Irani- < 1111 l ;.
Woman's Home Companion will adVance to cut out the waste of time. I I' I I"Pfill.. KRliiry Uli miP
with u rt.un.-lI.. InrlilfnlHl l III "'Js '
to $2 per year begining I \ riraiu-r. tvnchlnir) lldli'ls t. ,
wishing to' 7' n.. :L / fur what often happens and mayhi.pMn ,
J\ugust number. Those 'I R. A. Green of Starke member- li r'niluctt. Imehlnir M $ N
.
lake a(1Yafltl)i-e of old price see me at. eject\ of the State Legislature, was a s sm'I I H'-n.lrlx II.I Co., nulls toochlnir 70 7.o''li. ; | to jo.i nt any time. Fires I

| a to 14 Days "I'm,,Ifcrd fn. Tpt-vrnt| pr'hlinic' 1 x n.., i v iw'/ rfY inn't In jin vented. To avoid ronsliinMi 4. 4t ,
| 6-2t.it II If" ill Co Trlrirrilph' irinllnv, 'I* Irl<
school "i
!! He will attend summer .fund 'i PAT' losses
i day. Yore driiKiriiit will tiionrr I II .I"I.y., .hin"h? AH"I' fio--iible one roust be
at the University and take special f'INr.MPNT fall, lo Hi" .n..-.... of Itchti,.iHllnH "II ,.rarer.'n.. llnnk. "int. nl l _. 11.111 I t
ud! Pde.In E 101 Ic. tT5 _ v in-in d I in u responsible
Blrrfltni'orProf \\ row Slmlv' 10 nil r" tumpanyi
\\0 Sho''M. State C.i.in." Q
Mrs Hilda Williams, of Jackson work. Incidentally it may be men Kara* .aupl l.-non. vi" .oJ.:..e and ...or. S' \ It frnklnii. ti.'w hulilinir', .' -..-. -- 001, w <
tle. was a week-end visitor at the tioned that he is an active aspirant vv Kennedy, innitcr' N..> :t l.i 'r(I i adjusts cases promptly. Pol- YJ
: 1
Luna i of her father Mr. Paul E.: Cain for the" position of Speaker of the [I p., M,h Rldlhnv.Klv' .n:. Pt trarhmx u'v In:. N"Inc; 21 No.21.Ianr. 5(101I ,, F i holders in our comianir'.s, who

a coming House.-Gainesville\ Sun of SMITH-MILLF.lt: I ii" ,, Fapmun: tmttirnr, Nn, 13 ...on. ltd.ill,, I w '' II f their IOMHCM are uniformly
i. Martin ImrhintN.. .. JI; __. .... .fill ,,"I '
----- Tuesday. housi., '.I C. .'. Hiv...... .iichinii No. 2JI ____ ruse" Z 'i I fled with the Kettlenientx they
flitch Green has tone( to XIus e! At :Mra. Stewart's boarding : !:. Whltworlh. l.ncliinir, No. 21 ..._ '... '". "ire., The public understands s
and, on Walnut street on Tuesday InorninI tat J ''''don. "".I..n/ '.". J7 ----. I," I IIJ
s employed irI'l E. Knight a
is
he ( 01. and Mr D.
h us, Ala.'h"p" .... Z
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,, ten o'clock.Iiu: (iro't'1; iI/cr./ oj r > Brown In"l. F W t n 'luI as well aH we. Be safe by l be. :
I'' ,.ull<1inu if the government mtrnt< children and :\1 r. and :'11'l'r( a I' I ii ('"""I.y.i y. ..1, s. i ._._ I 11 l c
i and Mr. J. J. Smith 01:. __ __ ____ ',
returned Saturday from a t'H' Tampa, .1/ C..n., die No I I' u -' insured. nt once1.STARKE .
I
p lit arson I Bmetaiville, were united in marrUtri(. I ford, Counly' '..vrui.h. nrlnllnv 27 I a
th'
of the East Coast. While away > ,. prliit 1 : '.
- I' ford Count h'ltr.ph. "v
and Miss I visited Daytona Palm Beach :Miami\ by Rev. T. L. Z. Darr of the Method, II, ".rd County T..I f li irrnt'i' .rintlnv 0 ftII
,,'n.Io.el'y;
Mrs Luis church. / ''''',d Countlit' : ,.14, ,itinnnv, K ,
'h. sue !M viiited friends nnr I and other points! of interest. They also I K i.i F Chnrrh '. ' 1"
| inning Mr. Smith hu recently rom ti<,J -
tVnldo and Hawthorn I had the pleasure of spending a ft t'nys . r,.*!.. i -" .1' JOS. E. WILSONFLORIDA
r .
itt with their friends Dr. und: Mr,, :tarkc and, is employed night op J. 't Moritmr . 1 i,
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Ii !etw ; their. ,',rotor at the S. A. I,. depot. On account ,. "* Hrird, O I : I
Gunter of Stuart In l lI _
T. D. 1I.I..rd. I r ; I
I oautifnl and.modern inflow, whist,I of the shortage; of men for railroad .. Rn, 1..r4 '".
\VilI.1 untinue the redemptior I the entir work he was unable to 170 ti() Hn If".. :J I IHni'
of thi:!, i M one of the prettiest on i I I
Jo' TOPA7 c'.wn. July lit/ East Coast. The many friend of r I Tampa to be married ao the witwomicun .I J J n II a
|y ,r. S< .' t your crowns are in or I will be pleased bride came here for the Inter ii'o
-, I Mrs. Gunter .'.,
14
'ria" otherwise then r
er I.--fr.hi' '. ...,. ,:'ng ceremony The Ttl gmphte"d e01loees.@i0
,,, lied. RespectfullyThe know that they will probably uno'", ,, .. "" o 0 0 1o oe40 11looeieooe OOtOt+
.
will not ontjratulations. : '. loll"
-lf:1t ;here later in the -ummer.
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tAGE SIX UKAOFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKF. FLOKIl _FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 19IS

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f ,' ., pi'r i cnt of putctsh which, used at the WILSON BItYAN. the ngi. of T...enly.one years.II MASTER'S tlALE.1I"'by -
I' 4'w 'V4i-! +, Ih 1'HI HEI'OltJ.: Ordirid. ."n.ld.anl..
r .. late, of two tons per ntie would furnth San. Sqd. 2nd : 81st Division, + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + iidjmlKid hut> thv IIBld h..I.... .John Henry notice is given that undo

t ... pounds "f phosphoric acid. This mixture A nil pprnunit Inteiesud.. In said estate do appearat closure madtf and entered by lhi"> .J j
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + the Eighth: Judicial Circuit of ,
ITEMS' : I-'ltOM \\ ottTIIIXGT() thv court house on Ihu lit day of July. A. D. "I-1 ,
I "'W> i'H'1.H1>H.---$'! will furninh a fairly good stabled PHa!' to iihow cause if any you ciin. why thu Bradford County In chancery, nil ,,, ,
( fertiliserMl'ST : TIUTOR'8 NOTICE said pttltlon of the aald adminnttrati should day of May IIU8 In favor of Jl. ,I .". ,;,
. Let this be the motto of every wom- .---- Worthington, June 17.-Mr. and not bu granted.Jt as complainant and] against Jot .1.,c; "n
J. :M. Fralick Ed Fralick and Leonard IH further ordered. that this notice bciinil.linhi.d defendant. the undersigned as KI..a'1.. ..
nn who is strivinp to conserve food, FICIIT; BOLL WEEVIL: Notice Is hereby Riven to all creditors, distributees will oirii, for solo In front of tin , "
i ; In the Bradford County lulgraphnt < lr h"i ,
Summers of Providence I Ipicatera and all other persons havinir In Starke. Florida,
TO STANDSTILL) ,
"I Can." A : were claima, or UcmaniU SKainst tho cstato.,of Starke, in Bradford County lorida., once druing the ligii. i h" ,
sale Monday tho
first
-- transacting business here Friday. J. O 1'adwtt. kTt-aifeil to present the same each viek for 6 consecutive weeks. to the on highest, nnd best biddi day of .h" ,
The day of- tho rooster U Jone as There ure a few farmers who will :Mrs. M. E. Burke had as he guests to the undersigned as Administrator of hia Given under 'jny hand and tho aval of this t..lI..wln" personal property, to-wit r fur II.'h'l.
court thin thv 10th clay of May. A. 0.. HUH : on L,
huvo been obtained douljtlpss continue to make fight last week her daughters from South said estate within two years from the date horse mule about eight years of '
noon as enough eggs n hereof otherwise, the same will be barred at chambers, in Slarko Bradford County, Tom. air. ,."'
for hatchino against the boll weevil, even with all Florida. Unlicl and sinned this 15th day of May A. Stale of Florida. JOE HILL
._ e- - odds in the weevils favor. MisH Elsie Harrison, who has been D. 1U1S Judge of tho above nnmod. court 8-3int. Special WIM.IVM M ,, .
ti-cntoJ he ivcll\ SIDNEY D. PADGETT B-31-IH C.O.A.G.\/tDINEU. ht.
I The manure bhould The only possible way of combat visiting relatives in Starke, returned As admlniHtrator of the estate of J 1). 1'ad-
.helteri'l until time to apply to tho ting the pest is by what is known as home Friday She was accompanied ....II. ilecc'aaed.A .

laml-th, t it, _hhoitly before plowing. the cultural method. Tho fight/ of !Iy her sister, Mrs. J. O. Frulick.Mr. NOTICE V. l.onif.OP attorney FINAL DISCIIAHGE.6-17-0 REPOKT OP rni'NTV MVANCFU. BRADFORD COUNTV
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Gi' Toi-aw e -That- is the cull course, should begin in the fall, as T. I.. Weeks and son Colly, of Six months aftnr date hereof 1 will present. FrRIOI; > t.SDI NO MARCH 31ft. ISIS.
ow crops.
was suggested/ some months ago, but Alachuu, were transacting business my vouchers and nnnl account to the Honorable The following/ .wpoi' 't of tho ncefpta and disbursements of the aovcral fundi uf |I' ,
J' i heinK sent to faimers who have room here Cieo. A. tiardmer. County Judue olllradford County for the period ending March glut, IOU, with the balance and amount i.f ...
to plant' jinothcr acre. They arc unfortunately very few have followed Saturday. county, i lorida and ask .for my oulHtanding. and atatement of Anat-ta and J.IIbllll"'lI. and the value of counlj' '* '
,(] out the suggestions formerly made. .Dr. and Mrs. G. II. Carefoot spent nnnl ilfsrlmrire an administrator if the ....Iat'ot (other thnn school of the Hald llindford County, u. reported by the Clerk. of u/I", ,"
needed. At the present time about all that a few days in Jacksonville last J. R. Hallbrook and M. A. Hallbrook, dceased. < 1 and the County Commissioners on thp .ItHt rluy of March.1IHH.' la hereby iii1ilu.l' : I'
the prmlalons of Chapter 6813, 1 lorida. AMOS '"
Realty there is nothing/ canninR/ ran be, done is to keep the soil stirred Messrs. Imon Harrison and w'ek'i) 'Ibis the 20th day of March. 1IM8. L"w.1.F.;! Fl'SDEUNES'f Comi.i "'I'"

fruit anil, vegetables except cnre, ns often and us long as pnssi ble. Practically Roberts made a business trip to J. V. EDWARDS Depository Hnlance, Oct, 1. 1017 __.f 4.0152*
Script certilieil, _ _
3-29-6 mo. Administrator. not presented. Oct 1, 11(17 .--__ 31117:
clennlincHS, ficsh products, jars, mlheat. no harm can br done adult sonville last Wednesday.Mrs. | "

'J'' lichind, it all must be the will weevil at this time of the year but by : V. II. Ellis, of Alachua was NOTICE Outstanding warrants, Oct 1, 1917 _._-_ ,- t

to do. keeping a fine dust mulch between the the guest of her daughter, :Mrs. T. Nit Halancc, Octnlier 1, 11)17 _____nnn_______..______.
j e-- plants the eggs and worm in some of Taylor Saturday. Notlco la hereby given that n. P Flnley. astriiiirdian Receipts fur:: the Six Month* ''"1.

1 There is no doubt of the value of aFilo the fallen be killed by The many friends of Mrs. C. II. of the person of E M Hiudnn 1 From Tax Collector laxea _- -.- ................ 8.9 7.00
the- farmer. Ky feeding squares] may a lunatic will on the 8th of July A. D., Kmm Comptroller. Tax Redemptions and Corporation Tax ...... BAISri
to dairy tho heat. Harrison regret very much to know I'llH.! at eleven o'clock In the forenoon, or aaHoon J-rom Intereat. on Deposit* -- _.-. ............_
.
1 silinre the amount of jtrain in the ration thereafter ho bo by the Court I
j' \ As soon ns the square is punctured of her illness but wish her a speedy ni can
r\ can be reduced without reducing heard, apply, to the Honorable Ceo. A. : .
and the laid und the "shucks"blows recovery.Mr. \ '
egg diner Countv Ju <4' : ; the flow of milk. I open one with a little experience Dan Howell, of Alachua, motored County. MaUf of rlorliln at nil oifico In the Salary of Clerk Circuit Court aa County Auditor and Clerk

---- --e-- observe the l through this place Saturday Court HoiiMO in Ilia Town of Starkv State of to County Commissioners _..._ _._.............
i'' Watch the farm crops for the first cnn puncturedsquares moining. Florida In Bradford County for authority Pier Diem and Mileage of CommiaHloner* -............. '
evidence of attack of destructive in I very readily, even before they to sell all the ritrht. title, interest claim and I'ay if Sherllf' for attendance on County Commissioners.._.. ')
) have fallen from the plant.If Mr. I. B. Harrison motored over demand of tho Aforesaid .:. M, Kiirdon. a Attorney fur County Commliiaionenl. __n.u -.....-...
' ""I'lThe University of Florida experimental lunatic in and to the following described Sunitri of Registration, _. _........_... '
to Lake
, station is ready to help! labor is easily available and Itutler Sunday evening Some lands and premises, lying and bcinff situated Repairs t" (aunty lluildingatCyurt .

t cheap, especially if there are a number attraction over there for our boys. in the County of Bradford and Stato ofr House_ -_- -. .-.-.... .......

you control_them._*_d_ of unemployed children on the :Mr. Kinney Townsend, of Lake Butler of lorida Sictlon, towit.Nineteen.From Township the Southeast Seven. Corner South' Furniture.lail, --and-- _Fixtures_ ___ for- _. _,___..__._. _.*......v ........

1 Kii'L.\ci: : f rnNvini PEANUTS farm the punctured squares might be was the guest of Miss Elsie Harrison I Kantfo Twenly-tuo East run West tiJ2( feet, Jail _.-_ _._ _._ ................
: AS :MONKY: : CU01. gathered and destroyed by fire. Tuesday afternoon. thence North 8JD.3 C..l0 ptaco of beginning Fxpense: of County IluilriingslJanitors laant"I.
and other attendants ....... .
thence run north 2163 feet thence - .... ....
t : This work should be done once each !Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Taylor have as Past: ion feet thence South 1"G feet thinceKant Light. fuel and water _,_._......_......
Now that cotton has begun to put week to rnnkc sure that no squares", their guest this week, the (ormer'sI : 315 feet thenceSouth 111.3 feet thence Inriuranco - .___ _.._............ .... ........
t farmers sisfor Miss Trummie of West 4JO feet to place of beginning : said Incldtntala ____ __ .... .... .... .... ........
Taylor '
i (in Hipiarcs lupidly, many left from the previous! week's work I I land being the same as was retded to J. IIHolhrook ( are of (ounly Poorr ,
have hail I their faint hope!, that possibly ate Allowed. to remain long enough South Georgia.Mr. by a deed. from W. E Pauirhtry and Allowance, made to paupi'rs ouUldo" of Poor House ftnd paid

I the boll weevil would pass them for the wcovil to mature nnd emerge. J. M. Rogers made a business wife and hearing date Teb. Oth, 1110.1 ondal.o roron r'e by Inquest uariantu t -.- -... ...... uu .............. .

., over, bmabhed. In every where a close It should be remembered, however, trip to Lake Butler Saturday evening. what by has deed been from deeded John to It J It,Sparkman I.. Anderson except frees of oiricers, Jurors and witnesses .._.... .........___
examination has been made the that the unusually heavy rain fall that The Ladies !Misioncry Society will U. T. riXI.EY Insanity Inquiries: '
Fess of ntricers' and cnmmittets _._.... _...._......
As Guardian of
the -
hold their and estate of E.
squares, as former, have been found we arc getting right at this! time is all regular meeting at the M.1C. M. Rigilon. a lunnttc.A person Stationery and Printing!

punctured and in the oldest t'otton in the weevil's favor nnd it has never I church next Monday afternoon. All V. LONO. Ally 6-7-St. ieneral; Stationery., Hlanks. etc. -._ ...._.
the ladies invited. Advertising required by law and paid for by county .._... :
many squares are already falling off. I been proven that the fight ngainst are cordially _ _
Record llnoks _____u nnnuuu________ __ .__
The county ugent in the beginning the weevil under, present conditions is I MASTER'S SALE (ummlsiiinns. Paid to Officers ------ -- ---------- .w.

advised against planting cotton, but worth the cost. Notice la hereby given 'that under and by I Tax Aasewior ___own -_______ ______..__ ______._________..___ 1.28S U
urtue of that cirUin final decree of foreclosure Tax Collector nn____. _.n_____. _.___________... .......... 661.B7
even now it is not too lute to replace C. H. GUNN, Keeps Hogs Well mado and rendered. May 21. 11)18 by SherllT.' deneral Court \\ork _______.._.___ ____.____. ._........ 18941
the cotton with June corn or Spanish County Agent. the Judge. of the Eighth Judicial Circuit ofr I Clerk Circuit Court Hocordi nit and General Court Work.... 67.us
lorida, in Chancery, In favor of tho Citiaens I'aUnif around Court House uu__ _______. ...__........... 87600
_.
peanuts.Peanuts. -- .- Dr. I "g.r''pr' ::* *Y'/;:. n) ofall Hank of Kaifurd, a corporation complainant ContinuLneie --- _h._ _hn__ --00----- --.-.--- --.. .... 619.04 7 SIS 11
removes and ngalntit J. H
will make a profitable yield 711.81'OU;; ( MENKKilSTKKEI wVlch afflict Collier defendant tho un -- -
on most soils of the county und we ) JUNE Stli.No tonei thekind.up. krepi In Hood condition hors.It dersigned will olTer for sate in front of the I Liavin balance ( Net) March 31. 1918 ..........__............ 1 M'--!'-o-,15-
court house door at Starke. t lorida, Wnrranta
hasten fattening and saves during Oiitntandmir March ill. llllg uuu________________. r.ni;
are assured of n cash market for all feed. In form all soluble the Ugal hours of ante on Monday, tho First

the nuts not needed for stock feed. Murrain Since Jan. 13; 1'JIH Is riven In water liquid every hoc, Btronu day, of July 191H. the following described Scriut certified, not pmu-nlcd Mar 31, 1918 .................. 47.17 ..
The Spanish variety make rapidly Cause for Exemption or weak. Bets Its share. personal rinridn to-wit property: biing in llradfuril County I>epi,liory llalancp March. 31, Itllt --....___................. 1,41143 1 1.t5' 2Finn

and if planted now will mature fully Satisfaction Guaranteed Two mare .mules, color bay weight about and Forfeiture Fund

be Uaerl for years with unlfor-n 100 )poumln each atamt nine years old named Depository lialnncc, (J..t. 1. 1017 ______.___..__u_................. 1,77725
either to he used, as feed or to harvested Neaily complete reports to the provost success by practical hor-ralsers, Knle and I'ut One horse mule color bay Script certified not presented Wai. 1, 101T ______00__._.__.__.__... 40.00 1 '. .1
for the oil mill. This peanut marshal general's. office show sold under money-back Kiiarnnteaof about II years old Height about 1,000 pounds, -
makes a small erect vine and should that 711,81)5 Americans who satisfaction Ask your JruffKTixt, ..nrn'd Itiil One (>rny mare mule aWmt tight OutMtnnihnir Warrants. October I. 11)17 __nhn__________. 1"-.
young/ for It If he cnn't supply we ...1'1 >tarM \ weight about 000 pounds, named
1 bo planted in thirty imh rows anil have become of age during the past send gallon prepaid for 13 COHooklut : y'I'w lie nairons. two horse site, toHi I Nil llnlancp. OcU.l.or, 1. 1018llecelpla u___.__ ______ __________________ I.,1,1.1
much closer in the row than the run J'.gilltl'l'el.for: military service free hlghist and best bidilcr.. for cash. for the Six MimlhsiI
year Wilson Itoinerir Co..Gull Point, "I... A. Z. ADK1N3Special I.'rom fax Collector, Taxm ____n______ ______nn___.___...__ 1,401.41
ning or spreading vaiiety that hi\s on June r.. 'Ihis ia :2C.(5,7Jl( : below the Master in Chancery. I Krom Comptroller Tax Kcdumptlona ___...__.... u_........... 8.21
been, most gone-rally planted. estimate of the census! bureau, but .\ <<. CREWS From bheriir Unes _nh__. ___n. ____n.u___...._____ 1,80J.3I: 1 :'''' "I

On faiily good,I land, with two to since more than 00,000 unregistered II 8 lkit< i' for complainant. G-31-5t. I Miiklntr llnliinco -_ ___ __ _._ n_ ___ _______..... _-.. -- 051-.
four hundred pounds of 1(5( per cent -l-'cur obis already have enlisted! in NOTICE OP AI'I'I.ICMTIOV FOR TAX UFEI I nt.bu"'m.nla t for tho Siv Months!

ucM. phosphate: per' acre, a yield of for the aimy, navy or marine corps, the I'Mim: M-tll<>:\ M UP ('II AM Kit 4rl rl, 1 UKt ef (riminnl ProseeilMiin I
I LAWS OF H.l) llNotice n.\. 8heritr A l eputli..>.. cost bills criminal otuea u_.___........... 410.sr
ty or more l.uihels per ncre of nuts nulitaiy authorities Und the lesult entirely I' ; IH heuhy, uivcn thntVm Knlchrcut- ('.."alllhl.... cost hills in criminal eaaca _____.-.__.-._...-...._. 2 4 IB
ran bo expected. If vines are properly satisfactory. c i iMirclm- of 'lat Certificate No. lill dated rierk Circuit Court cost bills criminal cases o.82
harvested and cured a hay of unusual I and estimates the "ll" 'rd dav ...fU"1 A. LI, lull, has tiled f ounty Judire, COH) bills criminal cnsca _______..---------r----..__........... 65.3
Army navy place nl j '" IIe..". in my olfl... itnil has made .,...110. ..t Ptacc, cost bills criminal eaaea.____._........__... 41(1Vilnras
quality may also be secured. number of :21-yenr-oUI! men enlisted nt I 1 Look his Label For i ," nl n lor tux det'l to issue in accordance ap- \ Fees ---- -- ---_ -_______ ________ _._.__ .._...__._..__ 8 3.HII
Tho County Agent will lie glad to :!O .r88. This figure combines with I i' ii !I.i Saul ri rtitlcnto I ,.. . id 'cithi, il ,proverly situated in Braui Tiediniu 1'iinontra -- ----.-- -__-_____. .___.......... ........ ftlJ.RD
nisitt farmers in geling seed.f. the (ailing off in alien rcgisttation [ i I I. in \ 1 loililn, to-wit : I'uy ..f. Jun>,,, in criminal ca..-... County nnd Justleo Poaoe Court BI.OII

1) OUNN. gives it total nf :{.VIiSii; which means; 'I '")", I I"t i in ; "i >'.Is W. of SK Cor of Sic. rMsinfectanls' . -- .-_ __ __________ ____nu___ .......... 76.BO
Agent.pi'NJt's.TcosT. that the I'l'iisubureau missed the. I in & i "in :N.. ;n MI.*., tfiL-nc* W 10 yiui. thence Continirenclea __nu ________.. _____n. ___.__...___._ ...... 1116.97 ,_ '"
County / .. Leavinit lialanee 'iNetl March 31, 11)18 ________..
;"i Mlf I" in. K: HI yd. to pt of beg In 00 ........... --1"
-, --- ---- number of tligibles by only 11,000! "/ ',',ii-t, ii, ,. 1 I'. 'I 11'l 7. S. K. 23 M. The I A\arranta outstanding, March. 81, 11118 _....___ ........... i-- ""l
GET \"IIITI'I-'I.: : !Marriage since the enactment of thesel'l.tive I uul ,Inn, ,I l. inn n.<.n,eil nt tho ilnte of tiuK -
. Script certified, not presented Mnr 81 ___.__
'" ' .I t mil it rtillcate In the name oiMM I 1018 .._._...,. 124.00
draft law no longer will be I < ] I' nliMH Haiti certificate shall b* Uepiwitoiy' llnlanco, March ,11, 11118 _._00_'... .............. 2.D53.6' -. Hlload
\. When the old method of carrying accepted as:: cauae for exemption from I It Helps ... i rn, 01! iictoitimg' 'to low. tax dectl. will 1Ci / t und
I'''' i n n tin. lot dny of July A, nepiwltory! ;: :linlance.: October I. 1917 ...... 1,649,39
TungiH from one- citrus /grove to another military bervice, except in the cases :i < Script certified. not .ptxaenud. October 1::1 1iT----: ..... 7.80 1 I.';'" M
to control \\hiteflies discouraged of men who become of since June ,
was age v 'itu iniiricml signature and seal 1)/ ----
'. by the State Plant Hoard f>, 1917, who may be exempted if they There can be no doubt n< as to the merit of Cardui
its entomologist set about making mariied before January .">, 1018! the I the woman's tonic, in, Clorl' <'ntiiit i',urt II rail font W. T.County.\VECKS.... Net nnln"..... O.I"'r l 1. 1917 ___u_ n____.___.....__._..___.._ I 1.muni'
cultures that would be sold to ''date on which the joint resolution requiting Kerriula.. for in* Six MunlhslI
pure the treatment oi many I rom 'lax Collector 'laxea ___ __ _____
---- .- --. .orl..I' ..............._ G 917.27
growers throughout: the State at the their registration was introduced troubles peculiar to I rom Comptroller. Tux Kedemptions ___n.l....,__..... 1J.04 'Ij'SIMakinic
of The work has in I II women The thousands NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S: SVI.E
cos.t preparation. congress.Drastic N..He.. ,Ii liileliy given that I. W. nalanre _____ _____ _____ _
been continued front to I amendments to the draft of women who have been h __ ____. ........ ...... ",'S' 11
one year an person thirlff rif Iliailford County Florida : I'iMbunirmrntM for the Six Mnnlhst
other. This year the pure cultures of regulations were announced. by Prq- helped by Cardui in the undi'i ,,mil, b> \irtili' of that certain' writ of Superintendents and Supervisions

red nsrhersonin are offered by the vost Marshal General Crowdcr, under past 40 years, is conclusive I'xecutl n 1-t-urd t>ut of and under tha seal I'aid to Countv Commissioners Uoad Inspection ______.._....... 291.00
I proof that it is a of thi Circuit Court of llradfonl County. r Conslrurlinn and Maintenance, Koads and Hriduesto

Board from its headquarters und laboratories which local boards arc icquired to good medicine for women Horida againit F T Norman doing business <' .t of Material _______ ____n__ _____00_ .........._....... 76H 88
at the University of Florida, rcclassify all classes involving such' who as Norman flrnthers. nnd in favor of IVIIverinir' Prisoners. to Koad Camp __u_._________........... m"00,
suffer It should 1'tnlnsulai Naval Stores Company, a cor- I Iporallon. j "Ionia and Machinery, cost and repairs' __________.__..._....__. 6160
at sixty cents each.Kiuh I mairiuges and dependency claims on help you, too. and dated 14th dny of May. A. U, I Live Stock, cost cure ami feedimt, .____00___.................. !>O9.60
culture will furnish: enoughepores account of children where children are IHIX. will oir.'r for snle nnd sell to tho high-I Paid, for free labor other thnn Kuards --.--.--.--............. 677.48
to an of "born or unborn before June 9 1918." Take est and best bidder therefor for cah at the I Pay of Convict minrds _nn_____ _____.___. __............ 1H2.70: :
acre ,
spray grove, front door of the more now o..uplu,1II' W. U. I Fecdintr and care of convicta on roads ._____.....___...._..._... 2, 01.87
making thecost for material reason- : Ilraoks on Walnut Street in the town of Payments on account of dischurfia convicU .
leased ........... 100.00
IIlle.11I.'n mixed with water the HOI.UUm U 1'TlmI Starke. lirnilford County rloridn. on Mon I Commas.ncies -00-- .-. . --_.____ ....___... ......__...... 23.47 ti II
day July lot, I'.HH.: the same being, a legal _
-
Rpori'S may l nary spraying outfit. The spray is I i llase Hospital, Camp. Scvier. I II' CAROUI of sale the following; described. personal'' Warrants outatandinic. March 31, 1'JIS ....__n___............. "
applied in a belt about the tree halfway Greenville, S. C., June 11, 1918Mr. property situated In the Town of Starke.
I' Bradford County Manila to-wit.! One lot Script ccrtined., not pit-senled, Mar\h 81, 191S ___u___________ 23.715 .
up; the whole tree need not be Eugene Matthews, of merchandise consisting of dry goods, no- Depository Kalanco March ::11. I1'I IH, u___.______.__..__..__.__ 1.29560 ',': ,
:.
covered for the fungus will spread if 1 I Ktarke'; Pla. I lions, groceries, etc.. the same being formery -
r the itock
.if merchandise
the season In right for its d, '., Ili-nr Sir:-- I I Norman doing business! Norman owned by F. T. Overdraft October I. 1917 _____ ___Drainage.. Fund
vl'lop.I' I II I as Brothers. n ...___.__ _____ _____ 2161
ment. |I I nm in the liiiae Hospital for n few The Woman's Tonic W. J. EPPERSON Script OutHtandinv. October 1, 1917 ..______ .________.___."_____.* a,00
Dr. Her ('r, who has prepared the 'I days, but am doing well and expect to I JO.: 1111.1.Sh..rllT WILLIAM IIrnM..1, Couniy. t"lorlol.. Bonds Outstanding. October. I. IS17 ___....____................... 0,45AI ''I"' '.

cultures, says the best time for apply be out soon. Through the kindness of Mrs. N. E. Varner. of Attorney for complainant. G.31.GI.1 Receipts for the Six Months :

ing them is during the warm, damp I tho Ked Cross Director! of this hospital Hijcson, Tenn., writes "rofri Tnx Cnlli..,tnr'. 'l'a.e. nUh_ ." nv'aFrom ,\ .

{ weather. This year they should beuaod Mr. Leon !Meadows, I want to write I "I was passing through!:: I IS COI'NTV IN AM .JfDGE'H' COURT. PRORATE Comptroller fax lIed'mptlor.-----............ 3680 '-_ *

i at the beginning of the rainy II IIi I; you a shoit letter which you may the . My back and lLOItII V.IN OK HKtUrORI tOt'NTl: : Deficit ..____ n____ ____.. ________ _______"*" ______. ___. 1 I." -
season to control the infestation of see fit to publish in jour excellent sides were terrible, and RE: r.SfATK OF ANNA JONES, Assessor's Commissions paid .u____..____. __ ___" ___.-_____-.- 3.n
Ir paper. '.1' my suffering indescriba DECKSED.. Interest paid ---00__. _______00_ _.________ 1__._.._______._ 10.SO ''I
whitefly, which Is especially severe. In this way I hope to let my m ble. I can't tell how To John Henry Jon.... Lawrence. Jonea and -- .
r; A number of cultures are ready for I friends at home hear from me. and where 1 hurt just about Carrie Jones and all others that are Interested !I Net Deficit March 31, 1918 ____.____ __"___"_._""" " ''
Script Out March 81, 1918"I"
In the __
estate of Anna ___ 800
distribution and growers should I place Camp life is ns interesting as can all over, 1 think . I WIIEREXS A. S. Crews Jones, as ,administrator rteciased. I Ilimitii oiwtnndinn. March 31, 1918 ...... ......__.r.T"_._"III 8,666.18 'I"
I their orders for them nt the earliest be. It is an education for any man I began Cardui, and ray "! Ih. *""". f Anna) Jonas, diceascd has r ___
\ opportunity to stay here for any time. A person pains crew less and less, filed In this tourt a petition asking that this I j Depository Balance March 81. 1918 __________ ____.___..__.._3 '"I'

._ I will learn more here in a few until I was cured, I lam of court the dellter ft.:'lowing possession described of and real order,. the sale Depository nalance. October I. 1917 OutstandingIndebtedness__._n________.___._Fund__ ___.__ 916.02
estate lying
J / ':\" MAMIKK I.syAU'.MU.K i than he will at home in a )'I'lir. wr'kS// remarkably strong for a and b. in. In Uradford County, r lorida" toof boript ".certined not presented Oct I, 1SI17 ___.____...___.--..--... .75
add 1 to''' of woman 64 years of age. wll 1.1. One III. .'u"r U'. .nol ...... I i I
Poultrymen can materially 'inspning! to see many the 1 do nil my housework" Block in. of Lincoln City ((6' Railroad Homls Outatandintf, October" 1, 1917 ----_..______._..____: 1,76000Varrants : ,
..' the profits of their business by pro1ptrly i khaki and it it a great privilege to be Cardui, today. E76Aw4y the. map .r the same recordid In according Honk One.to I, \ Ouuttandinic, October 1, 1917 ____._______._..?........ 8,41837 ,, _

caring for the dropping of the able, to serve our country at this time tLTty II page 1 -f tha Public Records of Urnford! Net Deficit October 1, 1917 ___...._ -- *
.
I county. Florida, being In the South "_ _oo____._.______ __._
: .. fowls, says I'. H. Rolf, director oftho 1 am iIiJ I am here and nm eager for the Southeast quarter of Half of Kecelpts for the Six Months I '

( University of Florida experiment the time to come when I shall be able =+: ((3J)' Township Six (61. South Section Range Thirty-two Twenty r'rom Tax Collector. Taxes ......-- .-----u____._ 1.417,61 ,1

.. station. For example, it has been to go IUTOSS the Atlantic and help to I .0r.1 i"'o "" }on.t.: oahl' 'land.' appianng' of reAnil team Comptroller. Tax Redemptions _____oo____. __.___.m 3.6J '

shown that tho droppings from n : win this groat war and make the J one..a.d""oaed.b..l"n..inll lo Ih. <'01..10 ut .\nn... : leavinw, Deficit _nn_ _____.___n__. __._h __. '; J IInl".t

I thousand fowls if preserved without uorhl a Hafe place for a person to live I il having been ihotvn by affidavit that I'aid ________ _____u..... ._____ ._'__.111__ ."II._II _

l' needless loss are worth upwards of i in.i with DEADLY POISONS of all Iradford of thi heirs county.of the State aaul. nf...u". are citizens Net Deficit. March 81. 1918 __.______ _... ._ _." ,a
"
$;;00 n year, and! this estimate is based i IOUI' days up here are pretty full servtc, b, the Sheritf caano, b Horuln. had but that Railroad Honda Out March 31. 191s __..-II..I____.I_.H "__ 5.760.00
being and there Vtarranta Outatanding March 31, 1918 .................rnrmr. .77 '
?" 2.334
We person known that .. '
the that half
on assumption less than |I'I get up i-nrly, go to mes.s, clean our I Ii... t.. '!'VI.. of .. ?,,. --- -

of the droppings, or only :'SO pounds tl'ntpllli"I' the. streets, nnd then we said heir,nppear and that upon the wh..m Haul, l.",.",,1,1 .bind the Scriut certlAed, not presented. March 31, 1918 ........ ._ 76 a
I" per hen per year, can be collected. are ready for any kind of work that KlltS-DAT&. -MICE AND COPMIRS_ n ... all ove Depository Dalance, March 31, ItflU .... ................... :: 814.

J. According to the !Main station, thedroppings our Captain "I't's fit for us to d,). TJie Quinine I ASSETS! A LIABILITIES
!. : should be collected daily Our meals, or "moss- they call itI FOR SAU BY That boas not iffact: the Mad

... and mixed with substances which will in the ? J. \V. WHITE & SON 1I""II..f l 1'" ton I" ami Uiatlve rH*.. LAX.\. Balance cash In Depository all funds ..................__"______.__ *949.78
-, I army artery good nnd we are K : Uncollected taxes, current year ... ...... 30727.10
f prevent loss of nitrogen, add! sufI I well cared for in every respect. No "The Central Store." rinlln.r Quinine lo ami hea does, ; not cai e trthoM nervousn.M n not ,' Total Available AsseU __: :::::: :::HIITIIIIIII:::! 37! 78.im:

f'. flcient potash nnd l hosphori- neid tot't \hoy has any riitht to complain nt the STARKE. FLORIDA. took l r the signature| Kerocmber o| u.the W. lull CRO name' and Llabllitl..

" make a Letter-balanced fertilizer, and way he Is treated. by Undo Sam. JOc.l Warrants outstanding for current expenaea _.___________.___.____..
+ ; improve the mechanical condition efth After I am here longer I hope to beI o Warranta.Inn ouuilandinic tor or other evldencm of Indebtedness, except bon....

f.t > manure no that it can be applied i i'i' able to write you a longer and n moreinteresting ESTABLISHED 1886 I r "|I. do.tpr..d property: -__ '""n'<."".u 7 borrowl...... ....the.. .payment__... ....of...which..... ,?

:" This can be done as follow : To letter. I shall be glad to Railroad llondii _.__ "H\.___I_"_* ___._._. _.____ _..______ __. jjjj
J. R. DAVIS & CO. Dramava Honda ........ ...... ...___ ___ <. ?[
each SO pounds of the manure add 10 have a letter from any <>f the home Drainage Sript ........ ....____ "'" -" ""'"
...u.._ _._..._? __. _______1
I : pounds of sawdust, pood dried loam. i I people nt any time.

'. or pent nnd IB pounds of nc'ul phos Ir |I I thank you heartily for sending me l INSURANCE : Total ______ _.____ ______._ _____...____ ________."""" l iS

';I ph atE'. Such a mixture: : will contain i your paper free. I read it every week Fin, TuraailMccllenr, ".tOlDolIlIlIablllty!)! PUIaGlm Slum B oiler. Burglary, Bonds I Court 110101000-_.__ -._.__..__Valae___ __._( _County.:____.Property__._____.___. .___ 200000

about, 1.25 per cent of nitrogen 1.5 i: with interest. STARKE FLORIDA Jail ............ ....... ........ ........ ..............____.__ 1210000
Other Property of County ....... .......... ._..
,( / per cent phosphoric acid and a small > Very truly yours. I ..._...._..?_ (,000.90'

.f.' Total _u_____ ...... ..._. ...__... ......_......__.... 37,500.00

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DESCRIPTION Sea T. R. A. OWNER DESCRIPTION Se T. R A. OWNER Cats St
Nollre II h..Iy corn Ihlll the folluwinit decctlb& lands will be sold .t publie auctlnnen Lot 4 of lllk I In I. T A Co Sub Dl.. John 1'arker 4.SU
the Flat MO\oOAY! IS JULY191: $, It b.IAR the let dRY of .ald month, before the lot J6 in Woodtawn _________________ 14 II 22 10 fnknonn ____ -- .. ___ lot 9. 4 of Hlk 8 In L T A Co Sub Ill lv.Una ROM Cox ..-.. ........ 4.80
;rigrtbaee door al tnrkr.. 10 IJr..dtord. County; State of Florida. or 00 much thereof &I will Lot All in Woodlnwn. ___. _____.______ 18 II 2* 10 Hvrnmn Shaw. __ __ ___ 1 2 of Hlk 28 In L T A Co Sub IMv Cltir.mi Johnson .. .. ____ 4.80
4>f n..nry to pay .h. amount due for taxes sot OI'Iit" the same. together with the cost Lot 60 in Woodlawn __._ ____________ 18 I 8J: 10 J S Sherman ____ _. _-. I Lot 4 of lllk 82 In L T A Co Sub the Edna: .',".kIlOII 2.*
.1 ooh sole and adverllaln! Lot 21, 2t.8 In Woodlnwn ___._ _...-__ 1* 6 23 2J Unknown ___. __ __ __. Wu' of Ilk 38 In I. T A Co Sub PIT K M Blleraon: 11VK'
Lots 41!. M In Woadlawn __.___ h___ 17 6 22 20 1-nknov.n h_ __ __ ____ SLV' at Itlk 38 In L I T A C a Sub Dl 1.._ I'd: Ranpy .. -.. H.** ,
Taxi's Lot 88 in Woodlawi. __--___._.. .___ 18 6 M: 10 T H llamhy. _. -_ ______ Ilk 38 In 1. T A Co Sub l>.v.n_ It M Klleraon 1-1 kit
DESCRIPTION See T. R. A. OWNER: Costa Lot 1,1 In Wnodlawn ________________ Ill 6 2:1: 10 w S 'Urban ____ _____. Lot 8. 4 of Blk 4i) In I. 1' & Co Sub Div (lillly Brown .. .. g.14
SE of r 8W' -- 24 4 18 0". I Wllklnoon ____.____. 4.41 E'II of Lot 3J ex 2UO ft aq. In NE Cor Lot 8 of Hlk 41 In I. T A Co Sub 1'I.I __ Jaa U F'ranklln$4
0' 1 .n. N'II or NW00. .__________ 30 4 III 16 Geo N'llllanu. .. ___n_'_ '.01 for church In XV'ml lawn ___._ .___. 20 II 22 5 T n "..mh _.00 _.______ Lot 2 of Ilk 42 In I. T 6' Co Nub Ills Julia (:...>.liie .. .. .... t.gn ,;
[E "-. 8t;'- -- ______u__ .____ 19 4 200 "D ..Fletcher Truste.. 7.01I..n 2 n. In NE Cor of NE'i of SWVi\ ___ 22: 6 211 2 K M Ura.lley. _. _.______ IMI 3 of Hlk 42 In I. T A Co Hub l>$lvV Julius liutler ._ _. _____. I.Ii 4> r,
end 8.,. or Lot 0._______________ 19 4 28 80 Unknown __ _. ._ u___. 959of Lot 47 In Lawtcy E uf Ky___?___?._ 14 6 22 Amelia h Ilitwklna .. __.__ \ '., ,uf Hlk 41 in L T A Co Sub I'lv.. Juaau JohiMon (eol) .___ ".1SJ
'" W Nl.---- -___ _______ 20 4 20 40 Unknown __ _. ___n... 104r Lot Ml In l.awti'y. E of Ky__-. ______. J4 6 22: Chas Parker ___ _ ____. Lota 1. 4 or Sty of lllk 44 In L'f A: Co
,.1 SW"., of 8E'' or BW\4\ & SE'421! 4 20 2"0 Unknown. ._ ___...__ 2\1.711 Lot M in Otta tluh.l>lv. af K I.a..t.y__ !4 I 22 Choa l Parker __00__. __.", S Sub lily _ -. __- __ _______. J Aarona .. .. ........ 4.40
Ft, of 8'" of NW'' S'4_.____?_. 23: 4 20 000 Unknown __ __ ___._.n 00.71 I..I .ft In Otta' Suh'Div of K Lawte)'_. 24 I ii: Sin E J Dlnklna _.__._ Lota 2, 3, 4 of lllk 4.1 In 1. T A Co: Sub tai ,
""W'.. "r NW,. - - - --- -_______ 24 4 20 40 Unknown __ __ n_.___. 4.04 Lola 13, 14, IS OU a Sub-Div of E L.t.y .", [1r ___ ______ I.lvlniialun Tniby COL.1.99\
W'." or NW'. or N'ior/ SW''4 & SWtqof I __.h.._ .__._- _-_-__ ....... Si 6 22 Mary. McOill _- ___.__n_ & KHi of itik 47 ,n"i I. T .III or'SuiT'iii* Vnknown' .. .. ........ 6.11
8WVi i 2& 4 20 200 Unknown\ _. .. _____.__ 18,71jp Styli of SRI, of SW', _____._._____ 25 1U 10 Forest SuM.r __.. ________ 4 1. 2. 3. 4, of Hlk 8 In Tcmple'e Add
lOr NE'. A. NW'4' of Nt:'. WI BW, of Nt:.. of SWV4! --____--____._ 2S a 22 10 Unknown _?_ __ ....___ 4 lo Stark .. ____ __ __.____.___? Ala n Rddney .. .. ._. 19,91
SW:, or SEI Et.' or 5Jhn; 26 4 20 020 l'nk"o'n 47.14 N'. of NE' of NE, of 8E"4' _______ 2. 8 22 6 Kufua McKae .. .. _____. Lola 1. :S, .1, of Hlk 27 In Templo'a Add
n except SW'4'' or SE'._____._._.__._ 27 4 20 600 Unknown' :: :: :::;:::: 64.82at W t a. of N''<, of NW' of NW"',-... 2< t' *3 6 T L Gucrry -. ____.._._. 4 LoI..I"4 Starke ----- - --. J Q \Vllliama ---------- 051 .
:4 al 20 a6 W 2 of Ml,. of N" '! of SEVi of 0. 9. II In it.I'If'.i; to .t 4Stark. .'
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-- -- Unknown ._. &.42 /
II ___ .:::_ _::::: :::::::::::::::: 82 : 20 882 Unknown -'- --.- -. --- .. 16.21 NE'. h. _____ _.____ ____e. __.__ 28 8 22 :1 l T Paul ____ ________ --_ _-__ ______ _. ______ Mn'Ferroua L..ilA ____ 4 8LOlatlr ,
E'. of NE'" W', or NE&' W4 I fI -- Con "I SW Can of 8W'4 of SE'.4 0, lO ut HIk 1 in Wynn's Add '

or 5E'4 0\\ W'S( Of let 2-_. 83 4 20 23 Unknown -- -. -. __e. 21.41 run E on S,"'. line 410 ft to a Pt.of r _ S M S"on..r __ _____ I.U '
EH FeE'/ofNW54&NW4ofNWL4 hrglmmng. thrnre N 880 ft E 1118 "o' Lute D of Itlk 2 Wynn'.

S'4( of SW\I\, of NW' j _____ -- -- -. ___ 21.88 rt.. S ORO ft W 1118 rt, to b..If---___ 28 II 2:1: a Jas W Wlllismr __ ____ Add to i,, lk.C: .._ ._.. _._..._... Dr Ida. J Jllotborgcr __ __ UI ,' '4
'EL, or NE'. W'2 or NE'. 01\ wI"o"'n n lot 91 In W..II..wn ______________.___ 29 I 22 10 IInkno..n _. __ .n____. .. lot In I'Ilarko 110 It N A R x210 ft ti
A Lola 1. 2 _____ .-.____________ 85 4 20 687 l'n.n -- __n____ 65,92Il tat 11 In Woodlnwn _____.__________ 29 II 22 10 Unknown _. __ __ __..__ E: A W. bounded Jo: Iy Walnut. StN .
______ -- -n_- ---_-- 19 4 21 640 W R OAI's.. -...- 89,96 J.o' 2:1.: 26 Iw w..odlnwn. __n___ .___. 2\1 G 22 20 W I. Johns __- ____..__ hg J 11 \Uasts" W Iy land. of 1L \
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E', or NE'&S'',. or NE'4&Styof W I or Lot 61 S'fI or Lot 68 InVVundlnwn Bugg. S by lIlk C or Jonca Add ,i iii

NW 4 & 5'1. __ ___ _n --______.__ 20 4 21 8.0 W' It All, Sr----------- 82.95 _.n.__. ___. _____.n__ /10 II 22 10 M V Raley ._ ..____ Starko _ -_ __- __00 __ 28 8 2.1 Dr. N W Frances .____? 311.U1I
WI.! or !NE''i, Nly or NW j------- 20 4 2' Il0 J I' Sxnp 12.K I'E' of Nt:' or NWV, __n _n______ 86 II 22 10 J11 S"rl.ln _. __ ,,. ___ Int' ram II'S rt II of 8II t.'or of
F'; {, of SVI' __ _nnn___._______ 2' 4 2' HO W' R Allen--it--------- 8.58N" Com. 71. 5.1g. W of Nt ('or. of NE'4 of ... .,," & hlyrllo tI.... & run W IU5 f6 klS

; of SW' ______00 ________.__._.__ 21 4 2' 80 J I' Sep _.___-______n 8.KD Jla:' & run Ii 70 yb. W U yds. N I tot (t. It Ins C.. N 105 ft 10 bog ,
I'or NW' - - - 2" 4 2' 40 Welter I D S."P ______.n_ 5.86NIS1 70 ),10. E ::1& yd,. In Pt or brg------ 8 8 18 .1 0 Fraltck ___.______-_ I" Gneklns Add to NII.ke _ 0000 29 8 U Dt' Curlls SII\lth __ ___ 2.U
' \ "f NE'. E'.. or NW'4 & NE4 i! F.:'. .r St', or toW' _ __ ____ II 8 14 90 Wm'I'rl____ .. _n__ Ii II"' .. of II,,, following dnrribrd .. .
..rSW'j W'" of St",. ..________:_ 23 4 2' 210 1111. Ann W S app --- -- 32.60 11\\ I or NE'i, lI/ NW''. or SE'4-- 8 18 8. bhnn Tho),bas ____ _--_ .. lall.1N I.-WII : 11".1 1.1 210 ft .
'14 or NEL4 & W'u! SW'4 or SEI' w'. .r St .r Nt;', III NW'4 or NE'.. 8 of NW Cur or NW'. of. NI'\ A

& E" or SEi.--- .______00 ______ 20 4 21 020 W It Allen 52.55 N' of "' of Nt:.._______-_ 11 I 18 110 11 W Wllliama _. __ ._ run 8 1 all.11I1I cha. N N HI-lOll Chn.
All - u ______________ 30 4 21 640 W II Allen 8' --- --- -- 94.58N4 8'4' or S\\I' or NEt4, & NWor\ I:1t\6\ N 7 911.10., rho. W M O.I"II rill tola
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: & E'4 or SKW4. & SE'4_.____..__ 81 4 21 Mil Unknown __ _,,,- -,-- 04,04.W E'".} .r NE'", or SW4, __00 ____-_ 11 8 18 90. Mo"lin Mail.bUl __ __ _._ g In NWI, or tol''i, -- u 1 22 2 Mra Sallis lIIall.bul'll __ __ a.88 ,
. '" --- ---- ___?__.__..32 4 U 820 W 11 Allen Sr-------- 80,14II I:1E' or NW'4' ___-_______--___-___--__ 19 8 18 40 Ih.ck Williams __ __-_____ ..,. 1. 2 .III E'.., of let II In SN tar + sof
\ u_ un.n.____ 20 4 22 6'0 H r. nlnnk Co_______: 63.86II SE'' or NE'I A Nli'i or I'E' j of SE', 2' II 18, ftO I. n IIroh..at. __ ____e. '. Nit'. of NE'4: 2'4 a -- --.__ 29 8 22: 1'1' Ur Ida J Ileilwger _. _.__ '.'11 I k,
I "_I 4 tJ ft4" It I. 1 Rlxok Co. ------- 63.96II NF;' or NE'i __ __________.________ 26 6 18 40 "k.n _ ._______ '' : 18 1-3.. or SF'' 01 NEt'; _ __.81 6 I 2:1: 13N..I\ Lenaed ._ __ ____ S.Ill 4 t
\ -- -- ----- --.-.-.-.- 22 4 22 840 It I I. I41xtk & Co------- 63,96II 1'1'0'1, or SI';I', & NWII, oSEti------ 2IJ 8 111 110 tlI.worlh: Trtbt Co _._ S I-t: tbs W "I NIs'or of $W !, ,
,'tcr'pt SE4; or SE'1---_. 23 4 2J 640 It L RI..ek & Co ? ---- $4.32 KW' or SW' .. W 210 Ct. of f\F'. lOr .cstI. rUI Ii 12eh... W 6 ,- y

II - _____nn____ 21 4 2J 64' It L Block & Co ------00 87.01 SW' nn_ ..n__ ____._____n. 1 8 19 48 T I. WIIIIs __ ________. / eh.. N I 12'q die. F: II 1.3 eb 10 bog t7'
4., or NE' 0\\ SW'. of NE'! Wyjof KE' "r I't\ .__ ___n_----.n.----- 2 6 19 40'r I. VVlllis _-_ __. _-___ .+ a----------------- 3 8 22 \\I l'oL10.. __ "- ____e.
NW' -- --- 25 4 2a 200 R r. mock & Co 15.75Et 1'0' or NF': or Nt:', __ ___nn_. 11 8 JII 10 T I. Willis ___ __ ______ ., ',, ur N\\., .r SED.4' exalt, about 10a. 1.r 1 1
or NE\. .. __.__ __n_____________ .2& 4.oJ: 40 Nero Itawle ___- ::::::-- 406II S' or 1"WI', "r NWH ____0000 ____. 1l II II' 10 '1' L WIIIb. ___. __-_ \ sold divers 1".0'. _- ..___n__ 3 8 22 II .fulln N; Junes, II j''
\ -- - __ __-__--____.. 26 4 2.1 810 It 1. RI..k". CI -- 67.91II SF.f "I E'4 _.______ ___.____ ____.. 12 8 111 40 Empire Lnmbrr Co .____ 4 t'. or st:' k: or ly..8 .. ______ 8 U I'nk""n _. _. _____. G
\ except SEI, of SE' ____._._n____ 21 4 2J 800 It I. Black & OC---------- 53.27'r !''I' or SF.------------------------ 2t 6 19 80 A I' Dukes ___.__.__n of. IIIk 1 In l.hlo..11. Ciy_ ______ 31ary .lo/nrr ._ __ _,_ 1:01:
'. III W'or' SW'St:'" of SW\\, NW'' or NF- P.5a.IIINW'or.of. N .f Hlk 4 I. Lincoln ",y_______ .Iherlnu Itatellll __ __ __

W', or SE'!. &; NE'. of ISEO"'______ 25 4 2l &GO n L Alnrk &: e-0_____? 58.52 S\\, or NF.I\\ ____ _____. 23 G 19 45 n.1 Thomas ____ 00 ____ 1 I. I I. 8 of 1M tn I.ln..11 C.t. '\111 Joins ._ __ "__ 11){ 31 + k
II -- - ---- n_-- 20 4 24 640 R I. 1I1"'k & Co____ ____ 63.99 E'" 01 NWL. III toI'" of NW+,. of NWt4A .r NW' of. NW' cx 8 01
. "f N18'j E'4 or SF.I'. & all W\\ / of ]NE': ', E of HI"r -- --- --- - -- 30 4 2l 200 n 1. IIIMk Co ______.. 20.60E' 1I"1f 110 ydx S of 1101' Par lOr NE'4' ofNN' : a in KW {'or .r 11Wi. Ir N\II!. 'ATof
, --_ - __-_-._.8_ 4 22 100 R I. lllnek 14 81t A Mill SilO y.I..W 210 yd ly _._ __ n __ ._ . __. 93 8 t2 I King Cllsndler '_ __ __ 4RO
"r NE', of SF."- __ _--n__________ 38 4 2& 36" R L Illnck .. C-n----n.- 41.81 N Ill<' y.lo F 211I( ydH to bog--------4 8 19 "I'l1knmvn ____ ____ __._-_ 4 I. I. IW e..r of NW'. satSW'Eof
II excepts NE' of N"Y'-----------' 34 4 2t 900 H 1. IIIlIrlt Co-------- 61.41 fE' or SF'\ 28 8 1A 40.1 E Fulah ____.________ 4 Iv W 9 a. ofNyof r
"SW "E', or SE'' .__ ________ 8& 4 22 MO II r. Mack Co _. 84.89of nor R. In SE: for ,.r NE'\ or swt. __._ 2M 8 19 I .Ipso Anyone __..__ .._. 1.r 14\'. U..I.I I urn fur I ,
SE'' 8G 4 22 80 R: L t Unn 10.01G. All SH! vr Nt N or Rives---_ 82 8 19 81) Thomas Lamb .__. ._._.. & ehurh -- __ __ __.__ s I 22 10 Unknown __ _. __ ____ 1.34 li

of NW S, n. u _______.___-___. 86 4 2& 80 II L IIIk" & enor ---------------. 10.011 Wy4 of Nt:'.. . ______h___ __.___._ 83 6 19 40 Unknown __ __ __ ___--. &. .. : l'or .r 1 I'' .f NK'4: r b
NW'' iii S'' __._ 86 4 22 450 ::; & run Ii ;IU I\ f. t. u c.1 or digIhrnru I 1
'" Nt/, & SI.f Mn Ca Ii Starling ---- 6164W,4 hots[ 11. II of IIIk 1 In F.noy' survey W 8
"r SE' &: SE! of SWII'nn 10 G U tiO W W chi.,'um I Est----- 12.4- of Worth.., t..n I1'rln" __._____._ 23 8 10 Jo' N Andrews __ __ ___. 3\1'" f. 3071,4. r. t
,r..0. f NW' Ilk S 1.1''. of. SIIor lot 1 ar IIlk or I'allon' survey or 6"J, ft.' N 311'4 'f t. I. g.--__ 83 6 2 4 A J OrIRu __._ __._ ___. 10.28 ,

NW'. __ -- _n._ _._____.____ 18 5 18 03 J I. lIard'n u__ -------- 9,73FL Worthington, Springs ______ _n. ._ 11 E f. I'uk. ._._n____ : ( ..r or Nla4:' & ,
"r NE" &S11'yaifSE',. or U"t,1 and run ;; : I: O6Uy fl, N 0613
: All cmbrncing
Irlonlllll..r lot
NE'11& F'y of SW'. III IIE'i' ____ 11 II J8 208 J t. llsrdon 81.97I ground neeonLn4' to l'ntlon' survey fl. IV .1It"'i to lag ._____-_-? 93 S 23 a J R Turnrr __._ __ ____ a.1 ,, 4
of E4 of NW'4 E'4: or SW4.! 20 I 18 480 J 1. Ilnrlon: :::::::::::: 72.27of or Wor'hnlllnn SI'rlnll8______ Thorn. L.mb __ _.n \. In If '.. Ina 228 fl ..'UI. I
., _ _____ ___________ SIs' a. iii 2 .. II NWor
NW'. n 21 6 11 40 J L Jlnrd'n, 4 DI Sat 1. 8. 0. 1 orBll 7. "lIlton'" survey or '
SE'. __n__ _-____n-.--- 26 8 111 40 1. C. t'I1IO..lIi':::::::::: 5.42 Worthington Springs ____ _______. nwma. 'anlb 00 ______ (t: of"I NW'4.'or, "r NI I': '.. 1",11". 210 }
: I.f"f.. n__ -- .n__________ -.\\4 6 19 "W W ('hIHh In Sgt, 12,4'JFir 1,01 I or IIlkI In Worthington Springs 'rhonns Lamb __ ___.__ NI 2 n. HW.r .- e J
: ., !:' n -. - ______________ 86 I 1K 40 N: P Dlcha ____ ____:::: 6.42W' 1.0" 5. 7 or Ulk II In Worthington NI': ". . In tlW I'"r A strip
rrN8' I. _____ G 6 19 40 Unknown n 221 It I .r E ..1' 22 MM-I" ._. U 0 U U N AlA Fnsy n _____ 1
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n .nn -- '. -- nn__ 7,07NF' Sprkga, __ _ __ -_-- n-.-- Thomas Lamb __ ___. L A 20.0 '
& NE'1: or SW' 8& G 19 80 Unknown In \7 ,[ : Ih .
---- .n -- 10.87 Lots r.. 6 or lIIk 12 Worthington not, E : N Null r W "", r 1 ?

I, or SW'" of NEV4 &: W'-\I\ &: NWI. SPrlntcs _-_ -__ _____. ____ ___.___ 'rh..mM. A Lamb ___._.__ f, Ii Sin I 10 10"1 _._____ _______ 34 8 10 r 0 Onn..y _.)1'__ ._'.'.____ I'
"r SE4' I Ices III ... In SE cur &. N. Lots 10. II. 12. 13 of Ilk 13 In Worthington 2 fI
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E'' ur SE', -- -------- ------- 1 6 20 410 l'nknown -- ....---- 41.74 I:1l'rln. _n_ ____ __________ Th.mne &< I..nlb ____ ____ ', of NW' .r Sf;', A II,:', of NW \. \ Griro 4J.\
W of SW' & IIW'' or SE' ____ 2 6 20 80 l'nkno..nn -- _n..._.. 6.811 Lola. 8. 4 of. Ilik 14 In Worthington or In:' _ __ ___ __ _ _____ 8 80 J.' 0 Juhn.nn ______.___ 17.811
__. ____._ ______ __._ Thmmna II lamb ___. __ 9 2 .
2t, NEI'. & NW'4 or NE'. & NEUof Springs n 00 n !\ of $1I,: ...1.1 0 a."r I. 11: I. o. ,
NW''. of 5'v of SW'' -- ----- 2 G 20 240 Unknown ---. -- -------- 21.87of let 1 or lIIk 11 In Worthington fur n__ _n' _ _______ 81 8 22 811 'K I. frllrl. _. __ ____ lR.3D
I Nli' of NI: & SE' 'NE'1 SI..ln _..___ 00 _.___. ______ ____ W .f MoCn"lok __ __nn .. H., 'In 11': eor or Il'::' or NE'q.; HI II 22 M1 Ink'IwI u__ ___.._ 3 OD
W' or NE'' & W'' 4. W'. or lab I of IIlk I" In Worthington Springs I'n' non ._ __ _______- '. or tlW' 11'\:\ _ _.__.__ 81 II 2:1: 2U A r..rh'. ...,__..__. 10.06 1 /
SE' NE'. "r SE' __ ___ __ -- 8 6 20 610 Unknwo .. ... .. -. ,162W"i 1.o\A 0. 0 or [Ilk U In Worthington :' of SE': .. ._ . ___._. 88 22 40.1 I __ __ ___ D
of 'E' NEt, or NWI!, &" WI! NW., -- -.----.-- 4 6 20 lAO .nknawn -- .- ..------ 18.38.i 1.04 1 or bilk 19 In WorlhingtnnSpringa !, or NI'' or N\\ ..r 88 6 4' C: ._ __ __ __
.i, "), N'. "r SW' A N''. or SE416 6 20 480 Unkn't '. 4"4 _____ ________ ___n___ Unknown .. _. __ ______ of. NI' i I'o: of '; IW'4., .I !, H'I R 22 \1 111 ""kl..n.Irll. __ ._ n u_-___ 8.1
..: I & N'' of I."' "1 __ R 9 20 200 Unknown: .- .: __:::.:.: 2f! 30: I 1.01. 3. 4 or IIlk 19 111 Worthington 01 NW'4- _ 66 6 22 .i ( .h'n'.n __ _.______ IM03
.. NF.1& NW.I, SE' .n. __ 8 I 20 120 Unknown: n._ -- --.. 11..... Strings ____ ___ _____.__ ________ I'nknown of NI4: "f NW % _._ ._.36 ta 2V I I. Illrkey __ __ _.___. N."
sat. NE'' & SW' ur $W4\ & E'h I.ot I .r rrna'i IIlk 21 In Worthington .r :' .III SI'7t: .r NW. ____._ 4 uu It Shrew ._____.___ L
.i & :" --' 0 G 20 240 Unknown -. ._ ..___n____ 24.37 / F SfWN','...,., NAWN\.r, Str NR:;;% &:: Lot 7 nr IIIk 25 in Wnrthlnllt..n Stiringa' fII A Dukes __ _. ______ of 51'\ a. Lot 0 & M1y\ of Lot 10 10 a 8. )1
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"r NW'' III W''. of 1'OW\\, & roO' ,. II or Hlk 26 In Worlhln..I leas i 12 ::, ,__ ._ _.._:_._.. 1 20 18 J M Hbnw J.. __nU OGI j
1'0'NE "r 8W\, .Sb'; rcpt, Lots I. 2tabd1 Spring ___- ___ n______ ______._ M. E M Petty __u___- .r Lot 4 _____________ _.nn__ 7 1 20 /0. I. 1' $Imw. _00 __ __ ._ 5,14
. . 10 6 20 43. Cnlt"ow" __ __ __ ______ 41,08W I Lob 1. I. 2. 3. 4. nr IlIk 26 In Worthington '. nf ld.IO .. _______ _,_.__ 7 20 1'nhnuwn __ _. _____eo. 4 42SW'
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-. "r NF I', .-- _--___ .__,_______. 10 I 20 40 Unknown -- -- -- .-.-- v.. 4" Springs _______ _.___ ________ Iddnuaton 0\\ Chllmberlln ___ _ _. 8 1:0 I F' liatnry; __ _n.__ 10.21 ti
"r E'l "I NW'' 1'1'0", or "W', I Lots I''. 10 or Dlk 81 In Worthington Ol ft 1'0' or E line a 8WI1 of I ISWI

IIW';'' __.._____ . 11 6 20 800 Unknown -. .. ---....- 49 77 SPrings ____ ___ __- .. . ___-_..- Mr. E 111 Petty _'__ '___ '. on N sick of right .f ,,4
N\\ SW'I' & W'- of SW4,4l I I.ot ::1 of IIlk8: In Worthington Springs' IInknown __ __ ___. __e. war& mnN35'fLVVIOOft 8b
_ __.. 12 6 20 280 Unknown _. 3088 I Lot 14 "r ilk 311 In Wor'hln"t Sprln" MOl E fII Petty/ . ___. : Ity right .r, way Ih.n.u E on salt

,,,' 4w .1 NW'---------------' 12 8 80 20 Unknown __ : :_:::::: 1.30N ]8''. "r Lot 2 A nil Lot ::1 of IIIk 311 hi rlllhi nr way I.. 1"--1 ____.___ 8 7 20 I W M .__ __ .__.,___ 4 i 4
\\ , _ .-------_ -- 13 G 20 80 Unknown __ __ ______._ 0.88 Worthington Springs, .__. __ __ _.__ Thomas .. Lomb __ ______ 2 of IUk I In ,,I. ________ f.lY I'
vn 'I: : .r'f S.c 11 & rein Won Fnc'1 1.01. or Rlock "D". "F". "(I", 7. In 1 of Ilk 1 I III r' ch.I'N 1I.dellPch \"" \\ "n". In Wort hlnalon Anrinsa ____ Thomas .. iamb __ _____ .' I ur Jk 2 In CliV _____._ '..I.'N"' W..I _. __ _____ I 1 as -
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11 Ik.. 10 Jy rhchl..r-w. t'rno'l Alk "III" In WorthjnghmSrlnsa 48'I. r.. 7 Ilk \I In Ward City _.__._ Ilomus' .. _. _______
'.C' E: .." rind ,light i .of''IIY lit _h___ __ __ __ __ _?__-___. Thomas .A Lamb __nn_ ::1. M of In, I 12 In Wool )' ._._ W W Word _. __ ______ !.
U or I.n' 6 nil Lot 4 ___ ___ 1 11:10: 110 Mra Charlotls Collin ____ el II W
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I, b' in S' ; of SK': 30 a. 18 II 10 III N \V horn n_____ __._?_ 11 64NC 8' IIr let Ii A NV J of Lot 9--- 10 8 20 80 Unknown -_-_ _ ._'_._ r. ur Ilk : II Wnnl. 111'(. --_____ Flu"'IA W.Wo....., __ .._.__ 112"I
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'1\\ ' - n 211 A Lots 2. I I. 8. 10.12 II Ward City --- -_____ Flornnit, .. ._ __.__. 71'
'W I I tV'' ,. : n In 8W c..". __ IG II 10 as David P ColTln ____ __ _. &.6& < Lots 2. 4. 6. of IHIt 31. & I I. :. B. R .r Ilk 16 In Ward CI)'._ W W WArd ____.____ I 7N
I NE':' 21' NW''i' & W'. nl lOt;' .I..... 2. 3. 5. 8. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 of I .r )Ilk II Wa.1 ('11' __ --__ irlore. Ward _. __._ .7" r.
I NW'' & II'' ..f 81'0"' or NW'. IIlk 112 Lot 12 bilk 41. I.II'H II.II. II .r Ilk 11 In Wnrd:' 1I: ,_ ,__, It nmwn------------ 97.1
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3 NE'; ur SW'' ".. 10 a. In BW 4. M1. 6 I. 1. 8. of Ulk 41& lot I. 12 Ilk II' II.r.' .' l'ly -'_ I, A Imwn ___ I
"r & SE", or SW' ox. II .. In 21 I of IIIk IG &. 1,01. 2. 3. &. 6. 7. itof I. 2. 11. I Ilk II In City L A Itmwn" _"_ _-____- \
SE Cor; _ ___ __ _-____n___ 1& II 20 465 Unknown ------ 4108 1111. 4" A: Lola 1. 2. 8, 4 A I. or Tilt 19 In lily _____.. W W W..r'l .. ______ 1117.
INK''' uf SF.r' S\\ I .____00_ 16 6 ao 6 Chas C B.ich"tn___---. 2'19 Frnc'I ;1tirk 8'7Ii" 1:1'1': 7 :' lti. 1', I lOr Ilk 21 In Weed C'IIY _. _____ IV W Wand' __-_ --.___ .7l
,of NWI', & 1'1'. ur SW'-' __ 11 6 20 100 Unknown -- -. -. -..--- U'81 II, 1 : ik 54 .' 6. I I'lk 22 In WII.I Ciiy .___ W W W..r.1. __e. _..__ I 12 f'I
a m NW Cor "I NE'' "r NW' be- In N..w IIIv.r __e. ____ __ .___28-24 8 eo Unknown - -_ - I or Ilk 22 In Wor.1 lily -______ Floerns Wanl _. _._. I t
m. 1:0 n. ., 20 4 n III Ifumey. _..___._.00 1.861.t NW';' .rr rr' -- ---- 1 8 21 40 E W Omen -_ ::.__ ::::: 8: of W'J ur NW'' Nt.4 or 1 ," \

_ __ ________.--- -- 18 6 20 80 U"kno'n __ __ ________ 7.83 NE'' r : of SW'i ;"F--- i NWI, 01 NW' W',4.
._ 20 84 lO m.1 W Brown 9.11 SIs or NWI\ or SEI' __._________ 1 8 21 14 __ cf AEIof
..r L" rxcrpt, 6 a. In SW Cor; 18 II -- ?-- lln.noyn __ ____ 1'0\\, or NW'' A or
.E:i "C NF." ;,. _ __ ___u___ ____ 2" 5 211 4"" nknnwn .- -- ----.--- 6.16 NW'" .r SW' i ___ .____ ____________ 2\ II U 40 r'n"l": lemher, Co ______ .f 8W'' of NW'/' WI 'Nlh M I ,
W'I, "of SW _n __._____.____00 21 6 20 40 Mrs. \II A Owens -- ------ 6,80 NW'!: or I'\W' _ .___ __.__.n.n III 0 21 40 It II Kplh'l/ ___ _____n_ SE:' cf NW', or Ea "r cr
of I SE'. e N' nr NW'' & 1-1'0'1. 11'o! or SW'' A 8W'. "f SE',._...____ 211 ft 21 120 II B Warren ___h___ ____ NW' < t'i_ ___ __..__ R n J I I. .
,f NW' A S' of SF's' or 1011'0'1,0 21 6 20 220 'nknown -- .- .------- will "f NW !_ ______ ___.._________ 82 ft 21 60 U II Warren _____. __ ur SW'' of SW', _ _____ I 4 8R Jones HUtbr..nd .___._ 13.61 ?
W SF U 6 20 40 Mrs. ('harlotte. Coffin __e. 8,73 Lotel 2 A N 26 n. o.r lot' B___.___..__ 8& 8 U Unknown __ _ __ _____ of NW'. A N In a of I4. of 1 8 10.1 4
:'E''< ,:;fs ;: of N\VI' & !''I\V'-Ni; :;' w'o' .d IIW', or NWI. NWh ofSW' tW'' & t: II a. nf HI':' or SW V, 711,
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..d. SE' ex I lot III ...rIlk 2tl III u 00- -- j't..rke 1.l1mh..r Co .- --- 12' ', or NW'., of $R'' 1"0.. I a. I InKW /
NW' of NE' _. ___ __________ U 6 20 440 t'nknn..n -..- .. 72.76 NW'' or NE''", or SW'i', ._________- 2 6 22 10 Rev 8 'f wolr __ __h .. c. IOW'/.f. E'" III ,
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_________ 23 3 20 40 Unknown 642.W II'E' or NFL. R4;, of NF.SF.4 I N\.r t
SE' n( SE" __ --__ ____ -- nun SE'4:' or F;'. & '" I.f NI !
. sat HWQ _ __-_ __ ___ 26 6 20 40 John P Collin .- ----.. 7,04 of NW', NW!,, or NW !.. A EIor II"' i I..sa M1 N. In NI f'or ___ 8 10&
NW' .. or NE'. &. W' Sly' or st:'.. 21 6 20 440 Unknown -- -- _.___n. 11.11 SW' _____ .__ .___ ___________ 9 6 2:1: 2RO'lt..r.. 1.lImhr ('0 _. _. __ I of HW'I .r NK'4: N .r Iii, 6.. & 1 2 Ilr..kln Land ( __ ____ 2.81 4
S' of SE'! or NE.- ---_--_____. 4 8 14OSlarke 1..mIN") C-n _. ___. '
.:'.. ,.r NF.l SWI' ...r'ot; : 8 all : of NE. a. In NI
r ; 540 Unknown _. _. .-.. 12.14 W'u' or SK' or -j---_ u ___ _______._ 8 II 22 20 Hllaa l.unton __ / or lt, or Nt;' of 1 r . __ 6
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S ti sal : :: : g; : : : : _____ ____ __ __ a 8 23 411 tt u 1 2 ? I'nknnwn 6.88 I I
''q of SRI. f'lIJ,1: o-r SW {:::.::: 160 VlrgilEdwacda-------- $!fFor NW! n.U Unknown --------T' ,' : n. In NW Cnr of $W' .r NW'. 8 :: :: :::::: '
tom_ nt NE Cor. or Elk e run 1'0' 26ft N'', or NW'of\ NW' _.____________ II ft 22: 10 Ira A Joyce _-_, : '. or NW' or NE', A A NW'',; 1 1.I.rt lni' 1.01 \
W' of NWr,. or NW'/. __ 10 8 2J 80 Unknown _. ::. : :: :: :: : W\ .
In of IN..... thence S G5 rt. ---------- . .f :' U H 22 3HO
W 20 ft.x .pt N GG 20 r... 10 b E'' or W'" cSELi' or NW'4 ---__.____10 a 22 10" D 'fnrkor -- .- .. 2 I '" tt NWM'\ .--- ---. .18 N 23 lull It I' ('InYlnn __ __ __.___ 4".11' '.
tIvr ..___. eg-. 30 6 20 Mary A ZI'1I1.r ___n___ .10 E .(, or / In Town or Lxkefl.Na 6 Eof' -- -- NWi:, : 11' % SEi!. 22 Oi Unknown' __ :: :: :::::: 1110:
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Lots 11 or Blk 8 In Lske or ur NIL( .._ 22 H 2 20
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S'c 16. 20 M.... I1l1ltle n McDonald._ 19.01 or NF I & E\.I.\ of NE',. or SE'.__ 11 8 22 100 Unknown ____ I ' ; -- -- : M.rll..n. M".I.ll __ _. _ 96t
Ie. __. ___ _._ _____ u.u___ 80 6 h __ __- 12 / I, uf NEt1' & Ind. I. 2. .1. 4 . 2.15 '
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Lol .It' of IHk NWy4 or SF:,. __. _n ______ __.______. 12 8 22 4f r. A Iv.na or A Nt:' of 13 I Mfg Co -.-- ---- 23.63:
All Lnt 45 or Blk 11 .till -- SWI. SWI A Mt:!.
18 N or A. C. L. R' in Lake II1t., WLJ or "! W'., of SW'!, -----;____._-- 12 8 22 20 Unknown : :: :: .r NW' -- -- ---- h_ _.n__. 2:1: II 23 1110RColunhintFarm
Ice ___.___ __ ___ __..00 _______ 80 I 20 S1rv. Ihrttle IJ McDonald 2,96Lod Ntq or E'y' or SE', or SWI Ii E4. ..r NW' __ _ u_ __ 23 4'" I' and ('tar 1756
24. 25 or n IIIk 3 IIIcKInvy'a Aldor ur t:'. or SW' or SFr'4--; 12 8 23 20 t'nknown _- _. __ __hh_ or SW'. .r NF'j:' A N9! or NF4! I 2 1 t"NYI
N.w i.ka Bu'ler __ __ .__ ___ 80 I 20 Lxke Butler Ice & EI.e Co I6..TALod NW'I or NF.'i or SW t4 _n__.____ __ 11 8 24 10 lJahn".n _- - -. ------ exrrp10 In : t' 8 22 tiD ,
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17. 28 of IIIk S In IIlcKlnney'a Add E' of $F' ,, or NW'", 0NE'!. of NE'"n of NE1/' Ins ol' n : NE: (: 2 JII' M'lml"h ? ___ 1008

or Ncw Laka Hull'r u___ _00____ 30 6 20 D E Knlllht( .- -.---..--- 1.62 or sw' __ -- ----------- M1. Eva Ryon --- --' 1 E'; nr S1v". A. NE':' .r '''.
Loll 1. sot bilk 4 In McKlnnvy'. Add W'" or F\'\ of SE'4, Dr NW'Io.n___ 14 8 22 10.1 ILomer IJvingSkn III II';' or !lw'. Ise. 10- .. In I;
New I..k.. Hlltler. __ _________. 30 6 20 Unknown -- -- -- ------ /.6A N'" of NW'. of SF.'j' - __ __..n__ ____ 14 8 24 211 1 rtor tn"la: __ h-: I1 / I.' . --- . _.. --I. 24 22 IMO Rrmklyn '
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or SE') of SW'I or NW'!4 _.____ IT 8 29 rs Nancy --- \ ( 0 __ u._ IOr2
lots 1. 2 or Alk 13 in H. L. Nuw S-J lI..vla' ur SI4 -- __ _ ._._ n_ 26 I 22 411 .knuwn
"'m'. add 10 L.k., IIlItl..._ ._____ __ 30 6 2Q M1. V 0 Scarborough -_-- 2.88 SW' of Nt:.. n ____ ___on _.__n__ 18 a n 40 Ransom IMynnldsNE' 1 ; !". 6. II .- - __ __ __ 1 2 M'I Molruau Mfg :: :::::: 4 il

Lot II N "r Ry In T. E. D..k lo'a Joe- :Ir SW' __' ___ _- 18 8 II H Annie Rrynolda -- :_ ::.-: F.', of SE'", --__ _;_ .____ 14 7 IU 4'1 I.nkn..n. _. i _. _..__ '1 1
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W'IAinma 4 AM ;
8 24 Starry NW Cot owned hrElvin '
nn.1 odd. to torte I\lItl..r ________ SI -- n Corn or 11':: & 1t; of 8W', '
Lilt 4________ 31 6 20 4 SI1. C A Knight (Ihrinl)__ 4.38 King on F7' aide or Ry & . 1..110. 1
4. {In 5W Cnr of N'q or ... --' -- -- - -- 1 21 l Hlody l'a.lgett __ __ ____ ,
Lou n. 10. II In 'fownovn.l' .d.1 10 Lake run E at right .ngln. to add Kyto 10 o. of. SE'1. IIr RW'' -- ._.._.____ 7 Unknown _. ._ _. lQ8
butler __ _ ____ _____ 31 6 20 .f C Tarvin -e. a.31 F. line nr II.... 21 A fhrnca N 00 '. .r I"t I. ,Irsa Itv rlllht "f way A. .hsa """ .1
N'' of NE'. 0N'n" or NW' ..n___ ___ 1 6 211 J60 Unknown -- -. _------- 15.84 sold line In ernt4'r SI.. thence W on I lot '.1, pilau rl on N ado, or Sty
> _ _._._ 34 6 20 160 Unknown -. n -----.__._ 18.81 fur C-.lur.1 church .__ ___
NW', ___ 554,1. 1'\1.' 10 Ry thence 8 along n". --- eo. 18 7 20 99 J" Ih.w _. __ __ __ 13.6'1
Com at SW C"r or SW'' or SE'. & to plt 01 b.... In Ely' of NE'4 ex.5nrh '., of NIB', $E'4' or NWI. _
run N 10 ch. 10 Rand thrnre SE: lard nr Parcels an h.v.n'l ;' of. RWIi &. NW',. of HE': ._.__ 22 7 20 10 unknown h __ ___. .
along satl road J'P' ohs 10 S line h..ror" born d'xdrd. -- -- ------ 21 8 22 14 quo Cunn ;' of NWA E 24 In NW'/. of lO.3f ,
nf sold 40 5.. thrnre W IIn .al.1 line 'W SE' of fUk II S .r H II W In Templ.auh .'. I .. NW''. . ___ ., ___ _ __?_ 22 1 2U G Unkn.wn __ '. ____ 6,01
Ja h.. to hPtrinnln"{ ___n______.. 11 6 21 I' E Y.rbrouRh -- -- ---- 3 66 .div. 2'q a---------------- 21 e 22 I Jennla BII. a8 a..r $F'4 "f $E'/' -. -- -- 24 7 20 412
Mr.. Florence Cobb . 811Com. Mt.hellUI -- ----
C L Ry - W ail .. 816 It E; of NW Cor NWI4or !
All NE'.. nr NW' NofA All WIof IlIk II II or R 2 F.t!! Ir
.t NW Cor or NE'' or SE'. or "lit 8 S of R :3 W. lying In NW NW'. Ewing 210 f square. __ __ __ 4 1 211M. __ __. I '
thence :'. NEI'. _. ____ ___ _. _. 6 7 1..1. Malc.h. 10
A run Ii 661 rl In a "lor b"Ir. SE', or Nt:', 5W'4 In Templealv .r ---- 2 41 1.la l'r.1 __ n_.._
ft' N 8 n ------ ------ U 82 7 .Ionnl. 111,1... __ __ _____ W''. III W' or St\: __. __ __ __ H 7 2 21 _. _.____ 3427 Il
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N9E2ft.toWb79eg: : 2& S W TdlLe. -- -- -- ---- '.40 .h..llv',8'4 -22 :'. : _. _ __ ___ ?
WF 231rsOf : _._.._._ 18 s 8' oof St; SW' --- ----------- \\I 22 to John Parker .. 14 or NEq M 7 2 I. I... J ._ ___ 6.13
C. H. Ci' or Center 81 6 -- -- -- '. or NF4: ._. __ R 7 Ivll..rllo )
Corn .t IIW ur ''nn.1 .wnvd hy 2'" a. coin .t NW ear 2 41 1nknnwn __ __ .__. ..___ 6/J
son Ii run R 1,1 ft. thence In .n La"'y and Stark public road A :'', I except, R"J or !F.'j .f NE'9 7 2 II lokl.. _. __ _.-._. 14.84 I },
easterly d.llon, lOG It 10 SE 'or of run W slung said St 410 ft to '. 0f SE'' of: A fN ', of lIO 1 2 W A Mi -___ __ I
said land .th"ce In a worly 01Ion ,,,,,,,- lamia formerly owned by N D Hua- I of SEl, v' !, of ?

\ 105 It tl1 p' of bet In WI, or 6,64SE' mnn. thence N along laid land 260 E''! of NF', ---- 12 7 2 .0 C A I..w.n.1 -- _..___ f \
of NE.------------_____ 18 6 24 lAm Sapp --- ------ ft. thence Easterly 410 ft to said, :', IIf NW',. Ii of 1.7 I .,\

Com 100 It NW rrom center or R, ron.I, thence a mail to heir In Temple NF'' - - -- -- __ _n. 16 1 2 60 11 R.n., .. '- ----.- 6.72 '
th.. i ilr cuh dv, 2'' .. 22 6 22 Joo of NW'Ii' t:' of. BW't', -_____ 18 120 _. __ 'f
Morris .. ._
lrarko nn Non eE44ft a ------- .. ........ a 2 ( nUf t .
< NE'.. thence said. BeeB. at NW cop of SW',, of SW'4 A ".. .r SK'/: & Ely .r sEII: or NEI' A i
thence E par with ty 3.1 yds. run S 70 yds. E \to thence 8 p.. with land line 41 ft WHO ycl to ft of hew. .___.22 6 (2 2 Eugene Co* .. ____ _... B .r NF:',. 0 Nt:' or IW'.4 __u__ I 7 'I' F: 11 Jonas __ _____._ 11,78
intersecting Ra lands. 'h.nce W 38 V'-i of S"", or SW/, of SWexcept or IW", .f sW' _h_ _.__.... 7 2 20 Unknown __ _. .. u _ 2." .
ails to pt or he.. said. Iande bin" WV, of SKI:' i of St;' .. 22 6 2' JO Nod Wlltlama __ __ __ ,1j .f 'I ..f SF's; ..--.2 2 20 J F: 'L'olly __ __ __"""_ '.1' (0 .
between Ry depot (land .0101 to E N', of SE"' of NW, ..21 6 2C 20 W. C Wand 9 '. .r NFII, .r !W. A 1
Kite anl now "wn..1 by M... Nellie .. 7.0. I0W' of Nt:'-, of SE'/i; --------21 6 22 JO..IE Sdchn.----------? Cor uf NW'' SE''. -. __________ 2 7 U 21' F.. F ltavnar( ._ _n__._. 5.40
S"P In WI, of SF.'j of NE'i.--, 18 6 21 Lem 2k'D9 ----- -- NE' if NWof SW --.... :21 6 ?: 10 Swallow' A Ifupklns ._?__ '/. IIf Kt/' .--- -_-_ _______. 7 21 411 I' 'authon. e n.__ 1.4.
N 1.' of NW'\ or NE'' 13 1.3 a. also" NE' of St:' .. .- 28Com. 6 22 40 Unknown of HWW : __ .,-- _?-,----- 3 ; : : hl M 18,87
eurn. .t NE eor .r NE'' ur NW""". i' I''r: of W' o: SWi.; rf ;, of NW'3" 8 A ;;,: :: :: :::::: 19.47

run W U2 yol". S 14R 2.8 1',1.. E 6 21 17 Q C Sap ._ .---.----- 6.24 l-P'i of NE'i A rim WI' ft 10> n I"u, / r,' Ir.c- i - -Eli ,-:::: = ; 22 : ) l'anh'I:' Moore 14r
!a2 yd.. N 144 2-' .n I,.... 4 a_____ 20 -- pt fir heir throe 8 241 ft W 100 ft ' ; 22 : :::::: Try t6
" 1.' "r NW'. or NE' -I' ,Ia arim .1... N .MS ft E 100 ft to l beg ... 29 6 22 Richard RrynoldaCuvene ---_ __ '" or NPI;! .III NW', ;' ___ I 1 l2 80 611./ Carrie JJl _. __ 37''
SE of NE' of NWy'A Com on N line of NWInf' SE'4 onE '. .f ;//"r: SI:4; "tF 1 br SE!,
,'n.t N I I4 cur 7.1, yd,, W.I Y'd. r S : alile. of Church HI. A run H on of SFP:' -_?____ __?__ 4 1 22 l n. E M Webster ". .___ I" ''' if.
1411 2-1' rda. F. 132 ydx to he.... 4 a20 II 21 11 A T S.tI" -- -- ----.-- 21\\ aaid lit -70 fl, E itIO ft. N 70 ft, W '. .r NW''. "r SWlt _._...._ n__ 4 22: Unknown __ ._ ._ _.__ II So,
,. 1.3 a. also. 210 ft to bog .. -... 28 < 22 rnann .- __ ._ __ Lx .r Nt:' or & NW'.4 orNt
I 1.?' "f8 NW'n.. In, oF.N Car:, .1__._.:_____ 285 S 21 4.1 3 E A Wmnwrigh4 .___.____._ 111.4A Com at 8E Cor of !SWfe of SW-' A. run :' I I.',. II. In NI Cop: ___ ___ 6 7 22 f6 1r Ida 3 Uolbrte, ". '_ < I I2
,_ 8 4"" -- --- ll" fl E; of NW vr NWiof
'W nr NW'i ___ ___ Arthur If Alv.'I \ W 796 ft N 31V ft. NR 6o,- ft. B 206 I. '' ..
00, NW Par ..r !lW' or sw"211 II 21 1 .. ,I- ft Clime E 174 ft. H IIU2 ft to be" NF: Arun S210ft.E440fL N
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21 I5 AArthur ?-- -- tlq ft. W tn of ___ __ 8 7 2a
_ __ _____ 28 8 Also. certain land S of Mra II aSpnrkman 21 Pt beg n : MOea R4dwraon . ,
IFof SE' I 2:1: 15 Mrs" 8.111. Malphun -_.- 21e or NE": .__ _.__ ._ G 7 U -
I NF.' of NF\\-- A W cf Ity in !Iof> F'J .I NtY :f 3. Clark _. ._ .
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or SW'' .___ __ 3 I U 40 R L Ulack a. Co -.------- 2 I' ,, Lota 8.8. .. H of All 10 In 8tarl _-_ Mi, V J ,ri nil -. --_ 1 I, or NI'j: tl of I. ____ __ 8 T 1 1 H.rrlt a.
NE w..dt"n. _ u __ __ 10 6 21 U Unknown -- - --_--_._ 9.65 Lot 3 of Bill K In Htarke.__.__..._ J, '.' Man." II.. rroa"i _ I' .. ,n NW Cop W'g of NW'' ...fIE'
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NW'' ,.In, NC' ,' & NIt4' or NN'1 __ 12: 6:11: 19 Carrie a Sta.lln. h S J4I4. frt if IM 4 N low ft of LotS W of Ri __ __ 1 : 1 Raton Mt.' I I..
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NW' Stur'-o If
8W' NE'' A SE'[; or .. . 23.73 of. Hlk 2ii n NY'
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5 22 110 -- - --- Ii 8 8 N Seiw.
W.f .r >It; 17 I "k n In Starke Aft eitended on Enir . r. P II cl.
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or S"J or !I'-, of AWL, ofSWI' '.r a ____._ _ I! ". 1 BWI, NW" A 1414 "f NW' or KSV T I .. .
W"' or SE'' of SW'. & 'LotSo/81k11 In 1.TP&Add2OI NE' nl1'- NW\ 81'4 .4
NE'4; A of RE',. ..f SW' A W'4' of I Star's _, Own Gardener -. ._ -._. I" Jl : :_ -_ ___" _.0 _T_ 22: 12n "i'tint _B.. = '_ I ,,
of SE' A 8' of NI'':' of 2SEVi l... ; ., 7. u. in nf nik 11 In L T ---- !
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fl .Wednesday. I guest, Miss Drnndees, a charming Miss Jessie, and Miss Thelma Bailey ited at :Mr. P. 11, i I''. "-

I .11 Mr. G. B. Col.sim made a business young lady, of Jacksonville motored over and, spent Wednesday afternoon 'out: '

,'I -.. trip to Worthington last Frddy.Messrs I I :Messrs. W. L. Overstrcet, of Lnw11 [very pleasantly in Stnrke. Miss May Green. ,'
, : ... E. M.\ and A. A. Hazen were (.y, and W. :M. Overstreet, of Lake :Misses Jessie Hall, Inez Markey was the guest of M] I 'a1

I in Starke lust Monday afternoon, attending ]Mutler, left Sunday morning by automobile nnd Collie Hall, accompanied by Mrs. Sunday and Momin l'1

i News items: to business.Mr. for Coleman, Ga., to visit their Torn Hall, were visitors to Staike on Mrs W. D. !McRae ,' .j, '

1 County I It. W. Surrency, of Graham, father, who is ill. They were joined Wednesday ited at the home of M i \, I Ka"1"/1,;I

was in our town last Monday.Dr. at Quincy by their brother, J. I). They !Miss Margaret Loiipliery/ of :Madison Sunday

L, L. Lamb of Waldo, passed expect to be gone a week or ten days. spent,' the week-end with relatives Mr. Earnic Bryant .? >! 't"I .
the *ek by Our I through here last Friday afternoon. for in Lake Butler also Misses l l'na1: \ E
j'I I>tt r*.tln' facts Gathered During :Miss Josie Parrish left Sunday Ii i d :Master
Regular Correspondents. :Mr. E. J. Ward, of Jacksonville, Gainesville; where she will enter the Little :Miss Annetta and Green visited neara: ,' ''I' .' ""'" i spent Sunday here with his family. teachers' training school. Henry Richard, of Gainesville' are ternoon. I

t I -iff1 I Messrs. F. C. Hazen and J. L. Sur- :Misses: Edna and Georgia Epperson spending a few days with their grandmother !Misses: Sadie an l 01 1] 'jtr

...... rency spent last Sunday afternoon at I Lois Kelley und, Nettie Maines left in our city. Louise McRae and M!'. I F, ,,;,"I1 l
J TIIKKKSSATherosHa : for Waldo, where she is the guest of Worthington. Sunday for Tallahassee, vvhcrd theygo :Misses Jessie Roberts and Thelma visited at the home .,.I't \ir ,Bl7'

relatives Kev. J. A. Blanton, of Surrency, Ga., to enter school. Bailey motored over to Guilford on Bryant Sunday aft.'M"n, bar" '

Juno 17.-Lust Friday :Mrs. M. L. Andreu, of Leogburg, is began the revival meeting last Mon- Miss Anna Lee, of Melrose, who :Monday afternoon Mr. Hugh HaltiwaiiL ,
Kstvllo Woodard entl'rtl1inc,1 the guest/ of relatives here. day evening. Mr. Lou Cunningham, here last Little I Miss: Zola Roberts! of Guilford vine r "I' all
night Miss l graduated in high school was visiting: in tlm, :
I a number of her friends by Col. T. G. Futch and family motored of South Honda, is conducting the May, passed through here last weeken is spending the week with her Saturday night and Snnd n't" ' ?
4 from Leesburg and spent the singing. grandmother hc:>re.Corpol'lIl .
honor of :Mis over : /
giving a pound party in route to Atlanta where she will Mr. Joe Bryant
her sixth week-end with relatives here. I I Mr. L. T. Osteen, of Dukes, spent Sidney Richard, of Camp was \ i 1-11n1l!
!Minnie Huirnn it being take telegraphy. :Miss Lee is a uncles Mr. f
/ up P.
I I t I buthrlay., A large crowd gathered J. J. Scot, of Hope Hall, left Mon- 'Sunday here with his parents, :\11'. and a very talented young: young; lady and Wheeler Gn.: spent Sunday with his night ,and B. Bryu,, ,, 'atuiiDIPPING
I J after which day for Jacksonville, where he has : Mrs. R. T. Osteen. friends in Lake Butler. Sunday.
\ und played :several games, file wish her success in her new work.
' i \ they ,piocc-edfd to the dining room accepted a position at the I Mr. J. C. Cone spent last Saturdayin Misses Ina Alderman and Margaret .1ited: Willie l Epperson of Starke vie.1 ---- '- -

where delicious supper was scrvec ment shipyard, govern-I Lawtey attending to business.Mr. Loughery and Messrs Sydney Padgett, Lake Butler Wednesday AT BESxpNT: %'.IT\
i Among those enjoying this affair C. N. I'arker contracting and Mrs B. Nipper spent last Carl Alderman and Fritz Townsend, !Mr. Ben Cordele has returned from --

I were, :Misses :Minnie Hasan, Daisy nt Hope Hall has completed Sunday afternoon at Worthington.Mr. motored over' to Lake City Saturday Boman. Ga.! where he has been visiting Tuesday the farnu ," f ,

r i'i I :Moore Rhoda and, Ruby Bennett, Es- there und after a year of service returned and,! Mis. J. 'Forsythe and night to see the picture, the Bi-a'st of : relatives for the past two months. brought 4."iO: head of -I t '" :. : .h anti!,
I d ,, t telle Woodard, Florence Hall, Dol to his home at Palatka. The two sons, Roy and Willie, motored to Beilm. :Mrs. Jessie Howling and daughter, ping vat on the 3e-' '',t'

., 4 \ Teston, of near Starke; Mm. Wilmont completed buildings are a credit, to the LaCrosse last Sunday.Mr. The members of the Baptist church :Miss Eiirmic,, of Olustee, spent the I;I them through the' tul I ., " '

: HI'own.lrK.: !Mattie Hasan, !Mrs Port- I' otnmunity. 11. S. Warren, of Clayno, was here have (graciously granted Brother! weekend with the: former's mother, ':cess. Wednesday tint\ hr ,11. prt:
i-r Gulf 01',1 and :Mrs Bonn Sasser! ; !Mr. idd."Gaines, of Hope Hall, was in our burg last Sunday afternoon Rnwls a vacation. Therefore he will I :Mrs M. E. Roberts I' treated and Mr. 1./I \v'... .r "

I i. !Messrs.) Ben: Hull, Ed. Games! Calvin quietly married to ;Miss Ruby Bennett Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan und children not fill the pulpit at his regular appointment :Misses: Thelma Bailey! nnd Jessie to have a tick-fru' n,, ,arrr(,

,I Trlcst Kilmer Woodard, Sam Swindle, of Theressn, Saturday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. L, L. Johns motored -third Sunday in July. Roberts and Mr. Tom Chastain of there in the nenr fat' il" ,' cr| "orho>:

JV i Wilmont Blown, Blanton Owsley and nt the home of the bride's parents, to Worthington last Sunday.Mr. :Mrs. J. R. Chastam nnd mother :Mrs. Jacksonville motored over to Lake I ford county during the n, "th IBf'1,'
W. G. Seals officiating. The happy : Burl Dukes, of Dukes was the City nnd spent the day Tuesday. JilT
others. :arkey, left Sunday for a visit to relatives over 4.000 head of 'uttl(I, M, -,
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d Personals! couple will make their home at Hope guest of Miss Maude Shaw last Sun- in Tampa and other points in :Misses :Maggie and, Belle Richard, according to the rep,i n -, dlppd

Postmaster: R. :M. King was n visitor Hall for the present. day afternoon. South Florida. wore the guests of their sister, :Mrs.K. I this office. Twenty. it '. 'fed' t

} i to Jacksonville Saturday, returning The revival services at the Baptist Mrs. V. Edwards, of Old Bradford, :Mrs B. Feinberg and baby are visiting Roberts, at Guilford, Sunday. 'operation now an nnoth, r .d.i. are h
church are being well attended. Services was in our town lust Friday morning PI'8I1J.
home* Sunday.Mrs. : relatives in Gainesville this rally completed near I I.'t, '
i' II. S. Uoeobuck was a visitor arc held at 10 a. m. and 8 p. m., shopping.Miss week. I CROSBY LAKE NEI'SCrosby vats are scattered over the\ ThPl

i. 1 to Hampton Friday afternoon. and all business houses close during Gertrude Thomas is better at :Mr. Sam Singer spent Sunday in county, putting at least "m' ,ems.
vtb!
i !Mr.l S. B. Woodard, who is employed tho services.At this writing. White Springs.Mr. I Lake, June 18.lissIald: : reach of any stock raiser.
in Jacksonville at the shipyards, spent 3 o'clock! Saturday afternoon the Misses Virgie Rogers and Sallie J. R. Chastain visited his par- Johns, of nenr Hampton, was a visitor' where he is located. One-,,no the mar",

the week-end and the first of this opening addresses in tho War Savings Cole, of Worthington, is attendingthe ents in Columbia county Sunday last. at the home of M. J. :McRae Saturday arc eradicated in Bradford Utb

1 week with his family. Campaign will be delivered from the normal taught Prof. A. B. Shaw. Mrs. II. J. Stewart has as her guest, night and Sunday. pure-bred stock will gradually! twt!

K. W. Koodard visited the county hotel veranda. Prominent speakers Mr. and Mrs. L. Gainey and chil- her sister, Mrs. Parrish, formerly of Mr. J. Manning: : and children vis the stock now raised mh
metropolis! the first of the week. will be present, and Rev. Barr, Pastorof dren were visitors to Worthington on Dalton, Ga. After leaving here, Mrs. :

Mr. J. W. Batten came down from the M. E. church, and Rev. Rawls last Sunday afternoon. Parrish! will join her husband in Vir --"
{ ti Jacksonvville Sunday and spent the of the Baptist church will take an active Mr. Joe Warren, of Clayno, was in ginia. NOTICE

'' day with relatives. part in the meeting. The publicis our town attending to business last We regret to learn of the illnessof

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore and children cordially invited to be present and I Monday morning. !Mrs Howard Stanton and Mrs. B. DESCRIPTION See T. R. A. OWNER hat

1b were visitors to Starke Sunday, hear the addresses. Literature maybe Mrs. G. B. Colson is on the sick M. Wilson. Hope both will soon be 8':' of NI'4 of SEti ___n_ ______n__ 10 1 22 20 Unknown _. ...... :
II the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. hfitl from the postofflce. list this week, but we hope for her a well again.J. sEtK of NEt, except 10 a. In SW Coe 10 7 22 80 I..vl Rhoden _. I
: of 10 a. in SW Cur of SEt. of NE'i10, 'l 22 10. Fred Rhoden _. LL
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.' Moore. ville. speedy recovery. W. Townsend and family leave N t a of NEu .t NFN of NW'4' ..tSl" "
!\I r. Morgan Lee, of Lakeside, re- Mrs. Alice Oliver, of Pine Hill, was this week for Orange Springs, where of SWL4 A sat. _nn_____ 11 'l 22 880 PAul BrOIl _ In'
I of NE' of of
swt4 SWL SE\4\
letter last week from their home after a pleasant visit with in our towfa last Saturday.
day the
ceived a one they will spend summer. NW"------------------------- 11 7 23 80 Unknown .
' Rev. G. A. Prevatt, stating that he their sister, Mrs. C. E. Harper.J. Messrs. Guy Pinholster and Albert Prof, F. G. Schell is spending the All u'n u.u_ ____.un ________ 12 7 28 140 .. 8NFS ,
____ __ ______ ______
E. McLean, the popular telegraph of NE'4 u 13 7 22 40 Unknown'R'
was quite sick and could not fill his Shaw were visitors to Starke last week at his grove in Titusville. All _u_.. ___.___.u __u.u__________ U 'l 22 140 Paul Bros ... .
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regular appointment here last Satur operator at the union depot, left with Tuesday. :Mrs Jennings Dupree, of Worthington EII! of N& NW. of NEtj NE'i "" '
So didn't have his family Wednesday for Owings- Little Alene SurreneyTof Graham of NWI & wI" of SWSE..1 15 7 22 400 Paul Bros ...
and we and with
day Sunday. spent Saturday Sunday h II
Set, of swl, _____n_ _n_ _______._. 18 7 22 to Unknown .. >
4 any church. ville, Ky., where they are the guestsof spent Wednesday and Thursday here her mother, Mrs. Stephens.We SW'. of SE'i, _n.____.. ._ ______,_ 11 'l 22 40 Unknown __ h
Mr and !Mrs. Frank Sullivan, of relatives.R. : .with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. are glad to learn that Mrs. Com nt SE for of Sec 19 an roa W \I
i his father Mr. T. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva, was R. T. Ostean. 660 fto N 335 3-10 ft. to a pt of
Daytona, are visiting Bart Stephens, who has been ill for the beg. thence N 218 3-10 fto E 105 ft
A. Sullivan. here on business for the G. S. & F. Mrs. Alma Surrency, of Old Bradford past six: weeks, is rapidly improving. S105ft. E815ft.S1113.10ft.W
I Ry. Co., Wednesday afternoon.Dr. 420 tt to pt of bPI io Town of
returned tot last afternoon
Master Frank Hagan spent Monday Mr. F. F. Stump was a visitor to
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Hampton _ .__ 19
'l 38
Middleton spent Tuesday in --- --- u D W Swindle .... IL
Jacksonville Sunday, after spending here with relatives. Lake Butler last week. NJ of !\IE'1 & 8W14 of NE's a 81"
i several days here with his sister, Jacksonville professional business. Mrs. H. C. Richard of Starke, was Mrs. Pearl Crawford, of Jackson- of NEI., of NWl. leas2a.inSE:
Tho regular comunication of the in Co -.-.--.- -.---- ----__ ._____ 20 'l 22 138 Unknown ..... ICO
lust
town
Mrs. B. S. Campbell. our atending to business ville, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. N''. of NW'yexa'pt12 ain 8ECor 21 U h
r 7 22 8S
,y. i !Mr. G. !M. Bennett was a visitor to Masonic lodge Friday evening was Saturday.Mrs. Willie Williams last week. All ..'...._ u______ n____ _____n_ 23 'l 22 840 Paul Paul Bro.Droe--------._ .._ .. 6 UJ'
k Hampton Saturday afternoon. well attended, and two applicationsfor W. Pinholster and daughter, HARPER F- - All .__'u. .------_ ____________ ___ 24 7 22 640 "aul 11_ h- _'"- Rr

, +t ? !Mrs Wilmont Brown spent a few initiation were. filed. Miss Mannie, of Pine Hill and' her Mr. Max Wilson, of the Lake Butler .111 NW', '-, of NEt4 Ny of NW ______ 26 28 1'l 2a-22 840 120 Unknown Paul Broa ____ _,_ .... I1J l:

+ I days last week at Hampton with rel MRS. BAREFOOT) ENTERTAINS two grandsons, Ernest and Earl Pin- Drug Co., will leave Sunday to take WI of SWtt of NW'4 _uuu__ 21 'l 22 20 Walter hooker ..-.i _. .. z1

., _II11VOH.m .. YOUNG ProPLK OF BROOKER. holster, of Jacksonville, attended charge of the Anti-Monopoly Drug .10 In except NW Cor 1 a.of for E'u church of SWti____of___NW_u_%_ 21 'l 22 S Jennie lIioluoon 1JI
One day last week Mr. A. Sullivan church here last Sunday. Store, of Ocala Mr. Wilson will con- N'. or NE% a Swti of NEu EIor !!
hail the misfortune to have his horse I Mr. Robert Green, of Lake Butler, tinue the management of the Lake Nw'. if NW'4 of NWL'h' ___ 21 'l 22 240 Paul B.... h -- .Ilr
} Brooker, June 19.-On last Saturday Lot i4 I of /Ilk 4. Sub Div of NNj of _
kick him in his back. Mr. Sullivan was afternoon Mrs.!' P. M. Barefoot delightfully I(was in our town last Saturday afternoon Butler Drug Co., nnd will operate the Nis', of Nwi, ________ ______ 29 7 22 John Smith 11
' to be recovering: flog 81 NE Cor of lot 6 of Inlt
hurt bud, but seems entertained the and ( two in connection. Mr. Gid Parrish, 13 In

rapidly at this writing. Piimay classes of the Froe-Will Junior Baptist I Mr. Delma Dukes, of Lukes, was the the proprietor of the AntiMonopolyhas 211 IIl1m.ton fA N "40)) run ft In W beg 20. ft.___S__40_n ft__._E_ 30 1 22 J E Tony -Ii

" Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy and daughter Sunday School. Those who were guest of Miss Elmer Shaw last Sunday been called to the colors and will lvIl or I1Ik 11 In lI.ml.n -_________ 80 'l 22 P a Hunt m
Miss Ilernice, of Lake Geneva, were afternoon. leave the first of the week. Mr. F. B. lieu" 11a Jlt 808: ft E & 126 ft S of
, visitors to our burg Sunday afternoon present on this pleasant occasion were Let's paste tho Kaiser with War Buldulph, who has been in the drug ISW. Cor of Nat-i of :'oIE\'%. See 30
" :Mary Shaw, EIIll- \lne nnd Opal Haz- j & run W 100 ft. N 23G ft. E 108 fl.
business in Florida SI6: ft to __ _____ ___ .
", t'nInbt'l! and Annie Clyde Shaw, Wil- [ Savings Stamps. for a number of b"R. -- n no 7 22 Mr. MII.ln E 1\11 -art 1)
, Miss Grace Lanier has returned to Mr. Holbrook, of Santa Fe, was years will assist Mr. Wilson in the N1vi or NW1', .Uh'n_ __u.n_ 30 7 22 40 Grn S Ve'ln'T It
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Ih 51:1! ; '
>- Ine Nahb, Iris Brown, MarjorieDees .r IIIW' & N'', of S\\'I. __ 30 'l 22 120 ;:.!
Ij her home at Lakeside, after attend- Hazel Warren, of Clayno, and in our town last Sunday afternoon.Mr. I Lake Butler Drug CG. W''. or SWli; .--_ __._____ ____ .u un_ 31 7 2l 80 N N P P Cn dthnn !'
.r\ ing the school at Minlison.It. Jesse Taylor is spending this :Mrs. F. C Elwes, of Jacksonville, is s'i' or SEA'. of swt &: SW\4\ of 5E14 sa 7 22 60 N P Cauthon h
Inez Abernathy; Earl Surrency, Ho- Ise; "r :ow' of ___________ I'
NW" 32 'l 22 20
' : J ; Y. I*. U. i Is progressing alone ran Nabb, Pitt Harvey, Grady Baxter week with relatives in Miennopy. visiting her brother, J. E. Harper and s' or NEll flf SE'SRtt u: or SEti 33 'l 22 60 Unknown N P Cauthon. .'
, nicely.: Sunday night Maj. L. A. 0.1I Mr. Joe Surrency, of Pine Hill, was family this week. Alf N'f or NW% N of Ny. It NIVI!.
Emrn and Ortho Matheney, Willie of 8WI ... __ __ __________
, I om /gave us a splendid talk on what and Roy Forsythe. Games and in our town last Thursday afternoon. :Mr. J. C. Jones visited his family SF-I IIf N\', ', It--E'-" of n SWV'!! .(. 31 1 22 41 Paul Broa .. l.
qs, shall we do to be saved. Let us all Miss Hazel Warren, of Claynospent last Sunday. lie is working at the of SELL -----------------------3 7 22 200 pr
i music enjoyed N
were by P Cauthon
attend and 1 make it interesting ent. After which refreshments everyone pres-of Saturday and Sunday here the guestof shipyards!: in Jacksonville. SF:' IIr SE' &. !l E'j .f SEl, ex. 18 a. 84 1 2l: 62 Unknown, ., . .,
: seg. n\ :SE;
Cnr of .
0. Mr. McKwen and daughters, !Misses Miss Inez Abernuthy. Mesere.: Ten Duke and Tom Chas NE'of SEt & run
:: / cake! and bloodwine was served by the N tie( yde W 110 yd.. S 210 yda.
Maude, Dora nnd Until of Lakeside, Mr. and :Mrs. Prexcott Entertains tain left for Jacksonville last :Monday E r to belt-S a. __ __ ____ '1 J ,
lostess. E McRae
)01; .. io1Tda i ____ _,_ _.__..____ gds 222 8e 4Mwtj
i attended Sunday School hero Sunday. Tuesday evening a crowd of young where they are engaged in work n. 1 G lit Dcnn.or '\
K. II.ndreu Home on Visit NW', of SWtt It 6a. In SW
1 Some time ago, while A. L. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu. Jr., I folks enjoyed a pound party at the at the shipyards in that place. Car ur 8\\ .r lOW'. all SE'4j
; n son of Mr. and Mrs, G. M. Bennett, home of :Mr. and Mrs. Levy Prescott, The fine showors we have had lately or SE'SE' W of R/ __un__._____ 'l 46 N P "alllhon .II fWt
: stationed: nt :Mt. Pleasant, S. C., arrived .r ur 82 22 .t
SE't
i was employed, in the Government here Tuesday morning for n in honor of !Mrs. J. L. Hargravcs: ;Miss have r '}('w'd the gardens very much. That I'nrl' of NE'' of""NW'n".n 1 E of Ry S 20 H M Sythmore

shipyard in Jacksonville, he had the few days visit with relatives Mr. 'Ora Hargrnves: and Mr. Carl Crosby, People generally: have been blessed t R, ..'.n _u___ __.___ __u__ :I 8 22 C ,A Drln.on aNE'
of lumber this ; '' ur !ca'I, I S 1-3 of Eva' or SE\4\
misfortune to huve a piece of Lakeland. season by having good fruit crops
Andreu was sent to :MJ. Pleasant! lastNovember .f NE', & NSV'i or
NEWay of
r fall from, above, sinking" him on the and his wife has been: with Upon arrival of the young folks :Mrs.[ Mattie Pope, wife of !Mr. Wm. sw''4 cor -E'. NW'. & NW4!

head. He vas. unconscious for "n few him for the lout few: months. He many interesting games were played Pope, died! last Tuesday: morning. She ", cor SW Li w'ty or SWL, of SW'I\ S 22 820 Unknown -- 11'

I hours, nail was carried to a hospital, was volunteer for Uncle Sam in the after which they were called to supper had been a great sufferer for a long: \\ .E'y'uf err Nw'SE'i. "or NW SWy4 4I _of___BW\4___\___."_ a 8 22 140 Molroao :'tlfR Coflew. -\
tt where he secured medical treatment, naval ri'seive. They have "\ which was spread under a largo: time. Funeral services were conducted nt a lIt 20o fI W of NW Cor of
and in a week or two he was able to many sycamore tree, and oh, such a supperit by Rev. S. S. Proctor and her remains !\Iadl..n &. llroad.-ny Sta run W
? : and home. Ilia friends here who welcome them on laid to rest !in the Iii ft to Orange Bt.. N 110 ft. N
Vii he out again, came their visit! This is tho first furlough was! Dyal ceme- 1110 ft. E VII ft. S 110 ft to heR in
I f head has been giving him a good: deal Mr. Andreu has had "since, he was called After supper they returned to the tery Wednesday morning. She leaves On, Slnko n_... -..-__ ______ _n___ 28 1 22 J W Eddy .._ ._ . -'" II'
lot
of trouble, and to be growing husband and three small children. of fund 240 vda: N It S,120 y'W
\ 1 seems backyard in the beautiful moonlight,
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E ..
& W .
in the service. In SE Cur of SEti' of .
t SE29\ 6 22 II Driuert' jp
\ gradually worso all the time. Mr. PersonalsRev. where many more interesting and Ve sympathize deeply with the be- N'J of NWII, -----------------------2 II 22 91 N MTtI l' A Caulhon E ._ -- ,," ,
Bennett has been advised to until aved ones left behind. NEtof} NEl, It SE'4 of NW'A It
curry amusing were played a
him to Jacksonville where an opera tilled his. S. regular S. Proctor appointment, of Lake Butler at the, late hour.: games Judge J. R. Kelly and wife, of Madison Corn W'u at SW..f NW'Cor,.of It SEI SWty," of_.SW"_.._"'.__.._. 8 8 23 832 N P Cauthon ,_ .- Si'I '

tion can be performed. [ Among those enjoying the evening spent a few days last week with run N 70 yda E 14.1 yd. S 70 30',1.

r Miss )Dora :McEwen of Lakeside, attended Saturday Missionary nnd Baptist Sunday.Mr. church. here last were: Misses! Lydia and Martha ;.Jr.\., and Mrs. J. B. Dowling, parent of N'. w ur 110 Lot.,6.da 6 to" bP.-2 all. a--------- 8 5 21 2 W II Barroll .. III

the B. Y. P. U. here Sunday! Groover Gravid and Oille Padgett, 's. Kelley Blk0 In t'
L. Morgan motored to Gaines- Worthington SpTln 7..__ 23 6 It Thomas & Lamb -
and spent the night with Miss Rhoda villo last Saturday.Mrs. Edna Dukes, Froney Rivers, Rhoda, Mrs. :M E Roberts and daughter B H DowLDia. Tu Calkewr'I III
Bennett She returned to her home on Lomie and Alva Thomas; Messrs. El- --
P. M. Barefoot spent last Mon- - -- - =:
Monday morning lay in Alachua. Ilery Thomas, George Rivers, Leland
Miss Grace Lamer, of Lakeside, was Dukes, Cootsy Padgett Mmzie and -
Mr. Gray of Graham, spent' :Monday =
u pleasant visitor in our burg Sunday. in our town. rankle Groover, Neal Dyal, Barney
r :Mr. Klbert Sibley, of Stnrke, is employed Fowler and Firmon Ponds. I
Mrs. L. T. OHteen, of Dukes, is II I:
at the saw mill hero. Miss Ora Hargraves, a charming
spending this week hero with her par-
Watermelons are beginning to be ents, Mr.! and Mrs. R. T. Osteen. younslady: of Lakeland, spent the YOU MAKE 1
plentiful in our st'etion.Ir.: D. W. MONEY
weekend.with relatives and friends
Mr. Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe, attended -
Moore has some nice ones. church here last Sunday night in the Brooker section.Mr. I I
The rains, which fell\ here Friday
nice Mrs. N. Tillis and children of Tren- Neal. Dyal motored over to the

and Saturday evening were very ton, are spending; the week with relatives home of Mr. Levy Prescott Sunday,
much npreciated by the farmers of the here. where he spent part of the day pleasantly -
But
community. Do YouSAVE
} :Mr. J. D. Baxter and. son, Walter, with friends.
Misses Edith and Myrl Collins, of motored to Alachua last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tyler and little

LnkpHxIcleft Saturday for n visit :\Ipssrs. Olen and Fred Hazen ac- son, Odell, of Fairbanks' were pleasant -

with relatives la the noith. ompnmed by their sister. Miss Eunice visitors at the homes of :Mr. lamp IT?
The farmers of this section are still
i and Irma Andreu motored to Padgett and Mr. John Green Sunday.Mr. .
killing grass. Some of them are bcgmmg Worthington last Friday. and Mrs. John Gilyard, of

to lay-by, their crops. :Mrs. B. Nipper and little baby and, Jacksonville, were recent visitors at
t Lakes being plentiful around here the home of the latter's Mr.
Mrs I I. Johns spent' last :Monday in parents,
the people are taking advantage of
I I' Alachua. ndjlrs. Elijny Dyal. .

i ,I them in bathing.HAM'TON. Mr. Harley Hazen was the guest of .BIITGF.IT :\ SLake The time may come when you will wish you had some of the
:Miss Beadie Croft last Sunday aft..rnoon. money I
I'' : you are frittering away today,
\ -
I Hampton, June 19.-:Mrs. J. F. :Mr. Seeb Nevvsom, of Pine Hill, was Butler June 18.-:Miss Berta It i8 easy to but make '"
Jones, of Huntington, is the guest of in our burg last Sunday afternoon.Mr. Green and father spent several days Make the .rsi'wT up your mind to d -

I' her mother, :Mrs :Mattie Manire. nail Mrs. Roy Gay, of Provi- in Jacksonville I last week. opening an account with UI.
IT. D. May Is the proud, father of dt'n'e.'re in town last Saturday. Mr.: Elzie Loadholtz spent Sunday

i an infant son, born Monday, June 17. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton! of with his family here, returning to -

Mr. :Mattox, of the \Vnr Sayings Hampton, sport Sunday here the Jacksonville Monday morning.:
Committee, was a pleasant visitor guests of :Mr and :Mrs John Shriver. Born to :Mr. and Mrs. George Fair-

here Wednesday.F. Mr. Clyde Ward, of Pine Hill wall cloth last week, a fine baby girl, BANK

Whittehorne(', of Palutka. was the guest of :Miss :Myrtu Morgan; last Mother and baby doing nicely. OF STARKEState
a business visitor here Wednesday. Sunday afternoon Miss Winnie Townsend spent the

U. A. Green of Starke, was a visitor Mr. W. Androu of New River, was week-end in Madison, the guest of
I here during the week. in our town last Monday afternoon :Miss Katie Martin.Mr. .

J. T. Roberts, of Graham was a :Mrs. C. M. Andreu and. daughter Carl Alderman left Sunday afternoon County and City Depository

,n pleasant visitor here during the week. Fay of Old Bradford were in our for Jacksonville, where he ex:

,r I l\fn. Annie E. Young left> Tuesday town shopping last Saturday. pects to spend the summer workingin STARKE FLA.

for Watertown, where she is the guest Misses Hazel Warren of Clayno, the office of Uncle Sam's ship- ,

of relatives and Iris Epperson, of Starke. were yard.Miss
I Mrs. S. A. Saxon left on Wednesday guests of :Mien Inez Abernathy last : Berta Green has as her house

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