Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 28, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1918 _

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H. G. McPHERSON n -- ..
CALL CHARGED ; ; ---- - n _
IULY FINED: FtlIUnI ( A
WITH AIDING DESERTER I"BAKER AGAINST / ('O l'KI.FUKI'OS.: REGULATIONS ''HOARD! MAILING ( )l''FtjETlSIltNAIIH.:5.

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WILL TAKE AIDED DESERTER OF CAMP :Narrow l> Escaped; I)cat h \\ hen I '
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WHEELER: TO REMAIN OUT EXTENSION OF I Lake Butler Jail Burnl'd.I The Local Iloarilliegart Tuesday toni.'iil 'i
CONCERNINGUSE
out cUestloniires; to Ihoxo who
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:SERVICEChargel ;
I Sunday: the marshal at Luke Butler registered June 6th. The mailing of! ,'
367,961 MEN with- DRAFT iim-hted Wash Scott colored! for these questlonniresj will continue on

deserter! from the aiding U. S.and ussiting, II. G.u LIMITSTHINKS I ln'ing I drunk a flit{ disortl'rly.110'11! OF SUGAR I through today, tho Board mailing: 4
army
!\Id'henl'son.1re"id'nt he wateaivchd at the jail a pistol twenty-five per' cent of the blanks;
of !Maxville
is was found him e.ich day. The /Borird vas instructed ito
LORIDA WILL BE a federal prisoner in the Duvul 'mi and ShoritT Epperon -
county leave serial ,
SUFFICIENT MEN : wnnotified.( !. and order numberpuces a
CALLED UPON FOR 1,850 bond.jail,HP hold was in arrested the sum several of $10,000 days AVAILABLE FOR PRESENT I Lute Sunday night cries for help NEW RULES ESTABLISHED .- blank until clasitloation tnkog
| place.
wonheard from the direction of thej i ,
ago after government oflicmls felt' I' BY BRAX10N BEACHAM ,
s'E CALL ON JULY 13: FOR 850.: that town jml mid l when :Marshal I I Phillips -- ------- .
JULY 22 1.000 MORE WILL dence they about had him.woven There a web of evi :NEW ARMY PROGRAMMI.L; I BE: arrived I on I the scene the interior of the __ I i I ('tll.iClSEIE'l'SOI'l'T( : : : () CAMP: ,
will lit u num :SUBMITTED: EVERY: I 1/\/: uu.: SOD) V FOUNTS.( : =
BE CALLED her of affidavits, it is : TO CONGRESS: ; : = buildinir wan n mass of flumes. I HeHuccppdi'd
said the game I '' r
alleging in specific1 detail how and IN AUGUST; in !getting t the negro out CANDY STORES, HOMES: : ETC. Twenty-two of the thirty col-

when assistance but the jail was too far !ginato "a\','. AFFECTED: :I ored selectsto orderedHoard to reporton .
[Washington, June 2(>.-White and was given by :McPherson I Whether : I t the I Local I
Friday
he the 'roo'
bred, draft registrants numbering to deserters from Camp Washington .lI..C.June :2ii.! \ -After set building in an ef- :
Wheeler. Secretary' Baker) and Gen. ;March hudoPPoM'd i tort to escape is not known but he appeared and were entrained for
Thu Federal Food Administrator is .
: summoned to the colors
|1,523 were Camp I I'ix i
hn.11I Wriglitstown N. J. Jim
general military service, In a call For several months a dozen or so draft age limits and said that very narrow escape from Perlhing preparing to require I all users of'iltig. I I Fleming of the. .
r ,
within ; / in the flumes.Monday ono men failing Iit.a'Jiott
deserters from <1:0 or ito days the war department I !
jued today by Provost Marshal Genii Camp Wheeler, near ; Sheriff ar (except householders ) to }U'Ot'UJ'l'"l'rllth'lIll'H on t that date, appeared lirfore'the I
,
Crowder. Mobilization will take Macon, Ga.: had a sort of rendezvous would submit to congress: a new : Epperson nnd Deputy for the purchase of sugar. '
ii in the Maxville (ami enlarged. army program the senate I liuisiion went to Lake Butler Local !Hoard Tuesday xiiyuig hut t .
and Highland In his bulletin he I Ii
ace during July, starting with 27- sec and brought the negro to Starkt*. Hewas ( news citysI : I he bad. not rei'i'ive.l. his. notice to up*
tions. military committee decided
They for the tod.iy i I In in distribution
were most order to secure justice -
7 white men on July 5. part
tried before. County pear until Liii'ii. I He I was sent to t hiss
to Judge Gur-;
Today's call, combined with that young men from that section who oppose any legislation to changethe diner and to make) t the reMrictlve( mill the other
camp seven failing to
220,000 to be mobolized July 22-25,1 had len inducted into the military draft ages now. Tuesday found guilty nnd received plans as itToclivr''; :IH possible no nmnu- I j show
r tine of $100 I( anil up haI"'n listed us deserters. I ,
service. Sec. Baker and Gens. :March and a costs or six I
Failing to after |
ued last night and with the various return to camp fticturer will be allowed July Those ,
fiul calls, will remove from civilian after making trips home on leaves, Crowder the, it:amendment was understood, Senator all opposed probably months on spend the' county the next roads.six He months will 1st to sell any sugar except to buyers 'I I nnu,,,'. Abrum leaving Johnson Frid.iy. Robert were. : .1.ihm Jon ii-
they automatically became deserters.It by who certificate from the local
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during July 367,961< )< men.The secure u
Cullee Laskott
the hard son. Guilford Itul-
on roads of Bradford.OFF |
Johnson of California
that
) appears that they often camped in proposing Fond Administrators i indicating t
call issued today is divided in- / IncKs, :Mary McCoy Jesse St wcll.
in future draft calls states that have - ---- -----
the
four sections! for entrainment pur- woods together and did their owncooking. quantity t they may; buy. For the pur-i I I Thus. E.: Johllsuli.I'thul' Ke'utnt'.ty.Lawm't'imet' .
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Cupt. Midleton and detachment already furnished by. voluntary enlistments FOR TRAINING; CAMP of issuing these certificates the
:
>es. From July 5 to 9, white regis- a I' pose Green, Arthur Simmons:
nts numbering 33,259 jiro to be en- of soldiers from Camp shall be an excess over their quotas \\'t't1I1"d.IIIft'I'noon the follow- various users of sugar are divided i Joe Clariily.) John Givrns, Charlie Foi-
Johnston given credit for such excess. i I
have
been instrumental into the
jned From 15 to 19 whites in following groups:
; July lowing named ter Thomas Mitchell, St. :Mark KubinHCIII. -
rounding a good of the de Senator Johnson was satisfied with young white men entrained A makers, soft drinks '
rp portion I <(< ) Candy
:JjiiJ.July; ; Ifi to 20, colored 45,000(); the statement that the present for Camp Jackson, Columbia ;I Charlie :Martin! Robert IVSueThomas
serters. system fountains chorn-'
sod.i
.
,
chewing
:I from July 29 to 31, colored, without credits, was fairest and S. C., where they will receive military gum Mixon, II ill noil Keith, Cupid
It is
alleged that there seemed to ben late nnd cocoa manufacturers, tobaccomanufacturers
1<0111. I Hamilton.I James i".. Robinson.Failed .
planned not to his amendment.Gen. training: ,
decided antipathy for the press iiivett
flavoring extracts -
Will Take Part of 1918 Clans presentwar March nail ;Mr. Baker saul, sufficient Clifford/ Clifton Taylor. Carlos G. I I ( to report and& listed its de
on the part of a number of the sweet pickles,
Although the order issued last i sugar syrups
night. Gordon "PI'II"'M: Sandy \'tmfly Wilson. John
Henry Whitehend, :MiittieMarici IVfl
older men of the Maxville and men lire available and! subjectto wines etc. I
Highland
2:20,000:! men probably will deplete' cull from the first registration the : :Morgan! Alliu Floyd IVele, 1 I|I: Cunningham, I Lee Keilh. I I Israel Por- $.
sections. It is Commercial I
said (111.
vegc-j:
they not ( ) dinners
only
present available in class int t Iter I lien Pheniuns and :
one re-classification William I Daniel) Hurst, Brazzle Jones Gils Finnie.I .
gave food and shelter to the deserters now in progress and tables I fruit, milk, mediciunl I P1*rlimmse.5eslilosivew i
of the draft districts the I The ,
bulk I (demons :Mertio selected men were nddresscil by
from the ) Newmans John l'nrltorough. ;.
800,000 of
new registrants
but in the case of several it i U ) glycerine, etc. I II
the men called for July will not go: the I \ Isaac Nelson NettK's < men of t their race at t the station and if
1918! class for the army's requirements ,

stated they discouraged patriotism ( CI.) I Hotels, restaurants, clubs,
until after the middle of the I this follows ,
camp Robert A. ISlnnrhnrd, lOire tIilctuaShaller squiiil advice given them
among the men to be during the next few months. dining i i cars and steamships i I hoarding i .
young likely
[nth and that time it is I that afternoon
"to
by expected General opinion of the army general JetT Green, Nelvey Johns. Oscar fight; like wild
called houses ) l
through the institutions.
draft. Several hospitals, public "
additions gained: by re-classifica- 1 staff accords with this view, Gen. Tots 11..1'11,1. Nowsom James Riley I' eats and. "Look the kaiser in the
such have been arrested and requiredto and public eating places in whi..h't"rrn
I and by new registrants of the ;March said. Williamson Ernest B. Wells CalvinGrifl'is eye, and if you get killed die in a way :
bonds for their included! all I bouses
I
'ear-old youths will he available. put up appearancebefore Most of the senators who heard the I Eugene: Finley an,1Iarion; lire boarding t thai t tt 111'11 t they turn you over t they
the federal .who tnke of .
i.'i!
court grand jury.Saturday's care : or more
nil -- persons will find the
last nights call, the quota for statements believed, would Wilson. I I I j bullet hit you in tho it
Times-Union. congress I III.) Bakers and cracker manufacturers
triilu to be mobolized July 21-20 ispi follow the recommendation. If congress Though the afternoon was rainy ( nf nil kitmili.I . t the l>rcaU anil,I not i in I the back," they

I) white men, to be sent to Camp WOOUL.Wi'UK insists upon immediate legislation a large crowd !gathered, at the station 1 (41': )t. Retail stores and others selling i will make life mixrniHo for the (German :

fcnlenf! Ga. That announced, to- Secretary Baker, General March to .I'I' the boys oil and wish for .direct consumption. soldiers they fa(',' ILl'rOMMlulI' "Ni';.> ,
for July 15-19 is for 850 white them the hi-st of luck. Not :\ Lniul." -
and General Crowder agreed the a single
Woodlawn June 20.-:Mr. I D.) R. were ::Must File Slutomcnti I .
Ji, to Camp Shelby, ;Miss minimum of should be'' downcast face was seen among the -- -- -- .
limit 21
Browning was a business visitor to age! i Every l person i in these catrgories) ESTMII.ISHED: I DRAFT) ( hit II11
Bradford County's Quota Raiford Friday. lowered to 'secure younger: men for group everyone appeared' to be in must before July tat, or us soon I ,

Bradford County's part of the 1- Rev. I D. L. Phillips filled his regular military service rather than to make the best of spirits and to be animated thereafter as t the local Fond Administrator Thursday of thin, wevk was fixed\ by ,'
men Florida will furnish during any extensive raise in the maximumage by the desire to give Uncle Sam the the, b
appointment at Grand Park churchin determines! mnkc n statement war departnient us the date: t for lie '
IT will be about forty men The Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. limit by which older men would best they had to the end that peacemight upon a form that will be provided, drawing lo establihh. the draft order '" >

:i( one men of Bradford have all W. II. Norman and little daughter be secured. They told the committee iigain come to us. showing the sugar they hold or have of neurlyHOD.iMM)) ) ) young men of 21, i i' !4

n I taken except fourteen, and, the of Jacksonville, spent last week that more and better fighting men There now remains hut fourteen in transit on July I 1st. All stocks in who registered fur military service t' .1

i to fill this draft will oome from here, the guest of his parents, Mr. would be secured by reduction of the men in Class I in Bradford county. excess of three months' supply nt the June [r.. ..J

now registration of June 5th and and !Mrs. J. N. Norman.Mr. ago limit-they suggested, it 1 be> made ;More men will be available from those rate of consumption that will I I I be ii I- The drawing was held at the senate ,;

n those who go: back into class one : and Mrs. II. Prawdy, of I 20 years instead of the present minimum who registered/ June 5th, but the lowed in each concern, will bo relin- om,... building and began' : at I 0 a.

or the new classification. sonville are here guests of of 21. I number will be small?, us tho total lois
hough it is not known just how Drewey's pUI'entsIr.: and :Mrs. JaCk-I In asking that the draft legislationgo number registering did not exceed fill) nt once." Any stock less I In t the first drawing it was necessary I

y men will iro into class one from Thomuson. over for the present, Secretary I and from this number some will fail than ninety days hut in excess of thir- I t to use I 10.5(111() ( I numbers I in order It,

errc-d classes, an estimate places I Mrs. II. ;M. Hill was shopping in Baker and General March said that to pass the examination, nnd others jty I days must be held, subject to the I U" cover I the lists of tin- largest draft "'I

I".i the hundreds. f.nwtey Saturday afternoon.Mr. within (10 or DO) days, probably about will he exempted., The reelniillcntion I Local I Administrator i for distribution I hoards., This. time it WHS/ psf limnte "t-,

---. -e J. S. Norman was a business the middle of August after the proposed will result. ) in many men being put in I if necessary, depending i upon( remoto- I that the longest roll of new reglsIrnlitH \.

RESTED! : FOR FAILURE( TOUUSEn visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr. recess of congress is ended the i-ln.ss inc from more deferred classes.: ness from source of supply. It is / would I I hardly exceed I 1,000 so (

\'.; FLAG ORDINANCE. : F). B. Browning wiis a business administration submit a new, nnd ,t the "work or fight" order will also manifestly i unfair i for. any one to be l.-OO: ) capsules with numbered slip j

visitor to Jacksonville ;Monday.Mr. comprehensive program, covering not nild many names to the list. overstocked in such situation as this were drawn from t the howl.

inn Johnson, colored, was arrest- M. I IX Carter and daughters only the number of men it is proposedto With this group of men James J. us it must prejudice the common interest From I ID ,o'clock in the morning i tin- ,

:Monday afternoon for failure to !Misses ;Mabel and I.ouiebell, w'rp'iM- raise but auto dealing with shipping trained.Smith of Mr.Ifcrnando county was en of regular flow of supplies., !|| I hl after 2 o'clock I the next! morning ,

>rye the respect to the flag ordin- itors to Lawtey Thursday.Miss and other problems. the Smith was night operator Our) national t I sugar supply does notjcome I I wnt required' to complete' the task 1'Ht' t

which requires all male citizens Lois Norman is spending, the After congress returns from recess.the at station here. from storks but arrives. in';' 1"111'. ,I
stand at attention, with hats off, week in Jacksonville the guest of hur war department head stated the ------------ -- - monthly amounts and! any attempt to ----. -

,, !the, whistle sounds at f Ij o'clock uncle and aunt, :Mr. and ;Mrs. W. II. army would! he in a position to make CAMP FIRE: GIRLS, SELL :STAMPS= provide ahead results in shortage. Any during, the combined, three mor.thi,

|i afternoon. Ervin gave the ex- Norman. concrete recommendations, both for ml I tempts ti ii accumulate stocks i in the Aiiril., :May imd June, 1<)IIM. Retailer! ,*

of not having time to stop, when Mr. Riley Kersey of Jacksonville enlargement of the army and also rei i! Th" Cump )Fire Girls hnve been. "t..rl.'' .. I.t' ....... ..... .....I r..l.' i.i IJIII"t IInl ...tI SIH1'IIo'. I..-.- "..'.".,'' 0'--. .It-..., .....(.I.._.
sted but when he is in town again is visiting his parents ;Mr. and ;Mrs. I garding the draft. The proposal for i I busy in Starke the last few days: selling / will I I I i In1: : u-Tless: and; I may ;:ni I to difficulties : : I 1"0 'irrotips, that is, to no onem'Xeejit'; "

fcrill! of I legislation changing I Thrift Stamps, and they have done for the Food Administration i I hoiisoh'ililers' without '
) doubtless stop, as it will real- G.: W. Kersey, here this week. I' postponement taking: up! t tho
le limits or otherwise disturbingpresent %xceptionally well. To date the girls will construe such. by eert.fl-nti'" .iI( nrh
a saving of time to comply with ;Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Milliard had as ago any atempts it'r'4onn. Theyoi'it
* ordinance instead af having toid ,I their guests Sunday their two sons, I draft arrangements wn said hn\disposed of stamps to the value dealers and manufacturers as hoarding n it sell more than two poundsat I

,I a while In Jail and then come ,Edward and Andrew, and daughter to be the unanimous view of the war of $:!I H(O.Iis"; Iris Epperson holds i and upon conviction, is punishable i ally one time to any town customer

: to town the next afternoon and [;\II'R.1.; Reddish. department experts approved by Secretary the record' of Mt'llinthe/ largest num I hv fine and ImpJ'illonlo'nt.'hil... in or more than five pounds' nt any ona

d I at attention in the middle of thet Clarence Green, of Jacksonville is tbtker.Although: 1".1'n/ one afternoon Miss Epperson t tho law the same rule might be lip- Line to any nne country customer ;

while the whistle sounded us spending the week here, the guest of Gen. CrowJcr was said to sold 5I: stamps valued at $131.25.: : plied to householders, the Food Ail- 'I 1 lie latter may however be varied) .

n had to do. his grandparents; and, :Mrs. A. have adhered to his advocacy, of the The Camp Fire per-
iis is the first arrest under this Green. general principle of extt-mGng! the direction of ;Miss! Inez Anderson'' the honor and co-operation of the pt>r\i\ remoti from town. The retn'lor

acre in Starke and Chief Kite ;Mrs. .John Carter and granddaughter draft age limits before the committee and Fannie the. girls were assisted by ;Miss I' )householders not to hold more than will do his best' not t.. sell morn than

es to warn those who seem un- ;Mrs. Carlton, of Wnterook, were he was said to have taken the position Darby, who volunteered) her n thirty day supply upon the basis three. pounds per person per month
servies for the work. Those taking
administrative officer of three pounds in the liInnj'ii 1 older whose
to fctund and remove their hats at visitors here Sunday. that he is an I per person w-njer.iti mor
part were : ;Misses Vivirctte Floyd, I''household. *'i the
appointed S and ready to accede to the decision of ifi.'iicr i is earnestly sought
nct will be enforced time that, tihs or- NEGRO SELECT STEALS WATCH his superiors and concurred in the Iris Epperson., Nellie Strums, Nellie I I I In adidtion,! to giving the <|"U ntitiesn Retailers: may, as at present, sell

,pct to arrest. This ordinance and they arc al-. suggestions for temporary postpon-I :Mntf. :Aiulrnw Johns. f.f*H i.ii. \fii.. Iti i-l '. _hfirwl_ .._ thf.. I___ .fntftmf.ntti..._n.... ..... ,...,.ii-k... .. wilt n... 'I.".. :!- .IItllln.I.. 01 "....'-"-. a.. .. .tin....". "....... .h..n..."".._-
Applies to all traffic and, automo-' Friday morning when the Cedar ment of congressional: action. den Ethel; Griffin and' :Margaret; : Long.;; required from dealers and manufacturers hold, for hr me cunning;; I upon I, the hou
should take note of the fact. Key train was standing at the station Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraska, ------- in the clove groups will give I I. leer's: i- I tying that he has not

-.- .. a crowd of colored people gatheredto (rave! figures stating that in August, OPENS MARKET: the following further information upon In ,I...,-iit e'M"\|lu-n' and jigreein.f to te-
----- look and listen at the bunch of when the final call on men in Class honor. In the etist' of Group: A, "> I in 'inv I "In'iee unurr-d. for thd! pi i r. 0 ,
W.
O. W. SUPPER negro selects who had been taken one will have exhausted that class, A. A. Wainwright has opened. a that is candy soft drinks. (.t('., must 1'i'''U'.

aboard at points further south. Among there. will be 3,300,000 men in the : nWII' market in the building adjoining how he I amount of sugar used during No I Direft Rationing t

celebration of the largo class of them was Horace Broekinlton.'ho. army and that the highest estimate the Stnrke Hardware Co., and it the months of July August and) I It will lie seen by this, plan that

( members added during the camIn when the train started off was caughtby of American troops that will be in is hi- ,intention to carry a full line of September, I 1017! and certificates; will there i ih no direct rationing of thohouseholders.

I now In progress the local Woodof one of the negroes in a bear-like France at that time is 1,500,000. the ln-t meats he can secure. Mr. if the statements are correct, be has- It would( cost the gov

the World gave a supper last embrace. nrockln ton did not object _. --- Bund' I 1. a well-known market man, .,d I upon KO per cent of such averages. I eminent .r)00lOO() ) ) ) ) to put time hou ...

|iy "vening in the armory with a to the hvj itil li" found that when CHARGED, : WITH FORGERY; has. i harge of the market. Ice.. cream: makers will be entitled) to hoMer' on a ration curl,! und will take

number of members and their --- 7.; cent. A certificate the service of
the negro released him he took his -- - per will he I issued 100,000 people to carryit
''l.- present. Watch with him, and that was too Robert Anlernn.eolrred, of New \\ EEVILS: IN COWPEAS: separately for each month's pur- "ut.Ve cannot afford the labor "

I"1. greater portion of the evening much to allow even a "sel..ctetl" man River, was arrested Saturday! by Sheriff I hagell I''nr .,,,.nn'n,..1 it 'I..,....L..l.l..u.."- .. ....,..:ill.. _...'r._
[given over to speech-making, and to do. Chief Kite wired ahead to Sheriff Epperson charged with issuing L. II. Green, a colored farmer of Group B, htat Is, commercial runner I operate it can i-"' avoided.; ;; ; ;: :
rojrrom was opened Rev. Barr worthless check Anderson had a the Dukes section *, etc.. will be given certificates No wholesaler
by Epperson, who happened to be on sent in to the Telegraph / or refiner can sell ',
I a prayer. Among the speakersf heck cashed at Stump's store in Lake bottle of weevils for their hut any whatsoever
the train describing the negro and I a which he necessary requirements sugar: unless he receives "
f C evening were Rev. Barr. lion asked him to recover the watch. The Butler about three week ago, forging had picked from his pea vines. He nny re-sale of sugar: by them except the certificate above mentioned.

Mills, of Jacksonville; Mr. W. sheriff had no trouble in locating the the signature: of U..nryIorlIln.. : : informed,,, the Telegraph that he under the express direction of the local Any person in the above five groups .

i "uporintendpnt of the field force, man, but the watch was not found on Saturday the sheriff received n phone thought the pests were the cotton Food! Administrator will constitute wh, does/ not file his statement will 1
Mr. Fling, of this message from the Farmers & Dealers boll weevils I a violation of the regulations receive
city. him and it was only after a close but on examination it no sugar during the war anil
speakers pointed out the ey- search that it win found on the hat Bank that another forgo) check had was found they were nothing else hut nnd subject them to closing of business [ action will lit once be taken against '

t features of the order and the rack where it had been thrown. The come in. Sheriff Epperson went to I the common pea weevil. The patchof for the wnr.ny sugar in hand any Sugar he may have in hand in I

"ificent progress from a point of negro was allowed to go as it would Lake Butler immediately and began pi' ;a" where the weevils were se- tit the end! of the season must be exceis of thirty days' supply and he

'crship' as well as finances during have been necessary for the sheriff an investigation, resulting in the ar- cun-fl warms with the pests Green placed at the disposal of the localAdministrator. I will I le, charged with hOllr
>'ast few yt'ars.11': Mills being to go to the camp and get permissionfrom rest of Anderson, who WHS employed .stating that nearly every pod was The Administrator. ask the ro-operation of all trades in

mber of the Sovereign Official the commanding officer to bring nt a saw mill, near New River. Anderson puncMred.. '. No instance of the cotton appeals to this. group to economize In I our ,purpose that is simply to secure* -

:. pointed with unusual pride to the negro back.SPEEDERS. has confessed to forging/ one boll weevil bothering any plant except every dirurtion. justice in distribution.
['act that the organization had e -- of the checks, but denies Icing, guiltyof : i otton has been reported. Group r, that i is, public eating I I hope that each one nffecteil, by this
so conducted that rankedPHi f: both. The writing of the checks is places will, he Issued certificates un-I ni'W i
I it today BEFORE: : \ rot: ------- SVStenl will tll' nf.krmvnil to fit.. IAI '
0 -,-! r\f-- .nil... .fiofAinal. -.-. ..... {..mani. _.>_nn/n..-- identical and his oruilt cia be easily NEW: REGISTRANT: .n the hasis of three pounds for each I" \ ith me immediately'after July lit
'ies' of the world, with a per capi- :Monday afternoon seven autoi-t. I''roved. He will be held l for circuit ninety ineaN .served. This includes ( or an soon ui the necessary blanks

-t of management :33 cents below were brought/ before :Mayor Wil'innn. court. ____ r "i'm-l L Chesscr white, of Lake all public;, rating places users of sugar. are received) a complete statement so

arest competitor: with over $..3SIt ,- charged with speeding. Each received M 1I.'rr.\hE: N n.\ M F.S: Butler, appeared before the Local Group; P. that I Is, bakers, will receive that there may be ai little delay or
"'0 in reserve and invested at an a fine of $1 and cost, with a warning lioanl Wednesday and registered un. certificate for 70 per cent of long ns possible/ in putting in force,

tional rate; with over $3- that the fine would be heavier if Through a mix-up of names in last der the ruling which required t all those the average amount used during July, the new regulations. If you cannotor

"10 invested in Florida bonds; they appeared before him again on week's Telegraph the name of Elijah becoming of age since June 5, 1918 August and September, 1!>17, or alternately !- will not make tho required, statement

ligitimate claim paid attested the same charge. Coleman was! inserted under the picture to register the 5th of this month. 70 per cent of that u.ed in promptly you may find it impossible -

er 50,000 monuments erected in Rosa Parker, colored. drew a fine of Willie Mack Norman. Norman __ the month of June, 1018. I' to get any augur: for your\
emory of deceased sovereigns. of $1 and costs for disorderly con is a son of W. II. Norman of While the manure pile i I" an asset Retail Stores business.

? class has already reached close duct. Rosa used a razor on one Rufus Starke and is now stationed at 'amp to the farmer, it is a liability to his Group E, that Is, retail stores will J. E. FUTCH

half-hundred mark and new Rigdon, Jr., colored cutting a email Jackson, Columbia, S. C., his address family unless properly treated to prevent receive for July purchases certificates :]S County Food Adminiitnitor for

are being added every day. : gash on his throat. being the 21st Co., Depot Brigade. flies! breeding in it. based upon the average of sugar sold I II Bradford County.








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IULY CALL McPHERSON CHARGED BAKER AGAINST FINED FOR CAUIOING A -
1I0.lW1.11.I; ,(; Ol'TThe
WITH AIDING DESERTER I CONCEALED: WEAPON.Narr REGULATIONS
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WILL TAKE A1IKI) DE.SEUTEU[ (U' CAM I' : ,,\ l h, Escaped! Death I When I
Local lloiertlbega) n Tuesday. to '
EXTENSION OF Lake Butler Jail Burned.
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KILER
TO REMAIN:: OL'T I CONCERNINGUSE mn il questiomtircs\ to Uioso} who 41

OF :MILITARY SERVICE Sunday the I marshal I at Lake Butler registered June Cth. The mailing of! I

367,961 MEN in-rested I Wus-h Scott, colored fur these iniestionnires will continue on
Charged with aiding und iissiting a DRAFT LIMITS : lu-ittir ilrunk and di"or"'rl'h11 OF SUGARNEW through' today! the Hoard: mulling\

deserter from the U. S. army, II. G.ld'heIiTson. | lu- was scurcehd at' the jail a pistol twenty-live per cent of the blank

WlITsE a resident of :Maxville[ is as found on )him und Sheriff t PVl'r- "'.Il'h tla)'. The ItenrJ I was instructed .

LORIDA a federal prisoner in the Uuvul county THINKS SUFFICIENT MEN MIIIva- notified. to leave serial nnd artier 1 numberpaces I.

CALLED UPON FOR 1,850 jail, held in the sum of $IOOIlI1 \1 I Lute :Sunday night cries for help RULES'ESTABLISHED .- lilunk until I I clasilloation I ta keaItltit'c. .
bond. I lie .
days AVAILABLE
was arrested several FOR PRESENT ,
heard ,
were from the direction of the ;
BY BRAXTON BEACHAMEVERY
ago after government officials felt -- ------ II

'E: CALL ON:' JULY 15: FOR 830.: that they had woven a web of evidence :\ EWItI l'ltIt.tMll.i) : UEsril.MITTKIl : arrived town jail on I I and the scene when.!vie:Marshal interior I I Phillips of the i t'01.OUii: > SKI.KCTS:! : OFF T() CAMlTwentytwo : '

JULY 22.1.000101t1; -: WILL ubout him. There will lie : III': \ iER.SI: ) \ FOl'VI'S.CANDY .
number -
a :; : TO ('O\: ( lmSS i I building was n mass of flumes. I He f'
HE CALLED of affidavits, it is said the snme I IN ,\I.it'ST; I I succeeded iii getting the negro out STORES.: HOMES: ETC.AFFECTED of the thirty colored : ;
in selects
alleging specific detail how und ordered, to report
but the
jail was too far gone to save' : 't
Washington June :2i.( -White and when: assistance was given by :Mc-[ : I Whether he set the building) in effort to the Local ftoard on Fridaynppenred .,j} :.'
Washington, P. C., June 21i. -After jin ,
I'herson to deserters, from ) and were entrained for I., '
lored, draft! registrants Camp :
] numbering t to is not known, hut he
Haker and Gen. hotioitptst'd escape Food Administrator is
Secretary :March[ The Federal
Wheeler. I Mix
\Cnmp VVnghtstown, N. J. Jim I ,
the :
were summoned to colors had (
1,525
general military service, in a call For several months a dozen or so draft age I limits and said! that a in very the narrow(tlllflheS.l escape from perishing preparing to require all users, of sug1except I I Fleming i one of I the men failing i tt> ._
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within <10; or 00 days the war department householders) to procure
Provost Marshal[ Gen- deserters from Camp Wheeler near a. ( 1 report on Unit date, appeared before'the
mod today by I :Monday l f Sheriff Epperson and! Deputy of ,
nl Crowder. Mobilization will take I Macon, (;in., hud a sort of rendezvous would submit to congress' a new Unixden went to Lake Butler certificates I for the purchase sugur. i iIn t Local I I Hoard Tuesday saying I that 1
and! enlarged; IIrlll program, the senate his news bulletin he says: j ji ,
July with 27- in the Maxville and Highland suc lie had not roeclvud) his notice tu appear
during starting and I
u-e brought the negro to Sturke. I it''tis
military committee today decided i I In order! to secure justice I in distribution
tions. until then I lie '
for the
7 white men on July I 5.l'otluy's They were most pllrtyounlt' tried before was sent to hut
County Judge Jar-
to legislation to change and l to make I Hie restrictiveplans
from that oppose any and tho other
) call, combined with that men section whohad diner Tuesday, found guilty and received camp" seven failing to .
220,000 to be mobolized July 22-25, l been inducted into the military the draft ages now. ) a fine of $lt)0 and costs or si ix us iffectivt-; possible no niamifiicturer ,i show up have been listed us (|ltsi.'rtvrs. I
Sec. Baker and Gens. March antI! will be allowed! after July !
ued last night, and with the various service. Failing to return to camp months! the ; Those leaving Frid.iy were: Jots
on county roads. I He will
after Crowder! it was understood all opposed 1st to sell any sugar except to huy'rllwh" ,! llti Johnson:
will making trips home on leaves use, Abram Robert John-
calls from
pcial remove civiliandurinj.t the
probably
spend next six monthson 1
became deserters.It the amendment !by Senator secure u certificate from the locul ('oil.... l 1.iuitket iiiilford
e July 307,901/ / nwn. they automatically the hanl) roads of Bradford. | still. t, ; Bullocks. -
The call issued today is divided! in- appears that they often camped in future draft calls, states that havealready ---- ----- quantity they may Iiti> For the 111I1'-1> '
sections for entrainment the woods together and did their own j l'hos. I K.: ,Johnson Arthur Kennedy,
four pur- OI'I'FtIETR.'dNINGC.tMl'VeIn.stlay I ; I
cooking. Midlcton and detachment furnished by voluntary enlistments ,'. po.se of issuing these certificates thevnilous Lawrence (Sreen Arthur Simmons
lt.es. From July 5 to 9, white regisnts Cnpt. < o | 4 1
an excess over their quotas users of sugar are divided
of soldiers from Camp i Joe Claridy.! John Ciivena, fharlie Foster. I
numbering 33,259 to he \ afternoon the follow- i
arc Johnston have shall I>given credit for such excess. I into the following groups: | Thomas Mitdwllt..
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been instrumental in : Mark I llohinCharlie
iincdj; From July 15 to 19, en-I Senator Johnson was satisfied with lowing named; 1 young white men entrained ( A). Cundy milkers soft drinks,' I'| -
rounding good! portion of the dlserters. I Mutt, Martin Robert I OeSue
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[ up !- '
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;!i 16 to colored ,
2.July; ; 20 ; the statement that the present system for Camp Jackson, Columbia, 'soda foimtain.s, chewing gum choco-! Thomas :Mixon, I HutMon Keith
I from July 29 to 31, colored, s, c... wh"fl' they will receive mili Cupj,1HUlllitllll. #
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and tminiifiii-tui'f-rs. tobacco.manufacturers
It is alleged that there seemed to ben without credits was fairest late und C0t011 I I i I .1 a no'm. A, Ibilti naun. .
llll. planned not to his amendment. tary training: I flavoring extracts, in- ; : ;;
decided) the press I Vai",1t" '"I'OI.t-II-II-ii"hi: J
for di>
antipathy presentwar ) in I'I'sertr'ie
Will Take Part of 1918 Class Clifford! Clifton Taylor, Carlos'! Q.
Gen; March and :Mr.[ Baker said sufficient -I vort sugar syrups' wweet pirklivs' ,
on the part of u number of the : Snndy Vimy Wilson. John "s'
Mthough the order issued last night available Gordon! I Henry Whih'h"IIIllIttie! : ,.
men are and subjectto wines etc
older of the Maxville j Cunningham I I Lee Keith, Israel I
men ant Highland I porIter. -
Muriel : [
220,000 men probably will deplete call from the first registration, the Morgan, Allie Floyd Peelo, i HI.) Commercial ,'nnm'rs.'rJrt!- M..
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sections. It is said they not only I lien I Phcniunx und I Gus: Pinnii'. .
present available in class one in re-classification now in and William Daniel! Hurst, Bra/.zle Jones' tables I fruit i milk i nit'd Ida iii purpose-t"
food progress The selected, ,)
and shelter to the deserters addressed
st of the draft districts, the bulk gave from the of I demons! ;Mertie Newmans, John I E.Yinborough. . etc. | men were by
800,000 new registrants glycerine
but in the case of several, it is explosives i men of their i race at I the station und i if .
the men called for July will not go stilted I they discouraged patriotism I: the 1018 class, for the nrmy' requirements Isaac Nelson Nettles, I ( C ). I Hotel, restaurants, clubs, I this i squad follows advice given them
until after the middle of the Robert A. Blnnchard.! Omre :MalcusShaller.
camp months.General )
during the next few dining i cars and steamships, boardinghouses I that uftefiioon "
the to be to fight like wild
nth, and by that time it is expected among young men likely Jeff, Green, Nelvey Johns Os-
; opinion of the general hospitals public institutions "
called through' the draft. Several army cuts, und I.lIuk I the kit ist.i' I in the!> ]
additions( gained by re-classificu-\ such have been arrested and requiredto staff accords with this view Gen. cur Townsend Nowsom James Riley and I puMic eating i )places in which ''eye, and! t if you get killed i I ,die i in a way : '
and by new registrants of the :March snid. Williamson Ernest II'pll", CulvinGritlls t'rl1IIl'e included) nil I I I boarding i houses I that when I i 1
bonds for their they I turn I .
put up appearance you over theywill
year-old youths will be available. Eugene Finley anti Marion "
before the federal court grand jury.- Most of the senators who heard the who tuke euro of -'.> persons or more. | find the bullet hit you in thee
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I last nights call, the quota for Saturday's Times-Union. statements believed! congress would Wilson. i ( I H. Bakers iirul cracker! innnufiieturciK : I the I brents and not i in the ltii ck." they I II I

l'ida to be mobolized July 21-25 isPI .- follow the recommendation. If congress Though tho afternoon was rainy of nil k intlt.I !". i will I I make I life i miserable" for t the (;t'r- '

I) white men, to he sent to Camp WO\[ W'II:' PARK insists upon immediate legislation a large crowd, gathered at the Mu-i ((101.l: t Retail( store und others selling man soldiers they face across "N,, I

cnlenf, Ga. That announced to- I Secretary Baker, General March tion to ee the boys off und, w-Uh for direct consumption.! :Man's[ Land., ,

for July 15-19 is for 850 white' Woodlawn, June :-Ji!.-Mr. n. 1). and General Crowder were agreed, the them the best of luck. Not a single :Must l-'ile :Stacni.iit') s I I Ii -- _. _

b, to Camp Shelby Miss Browning was a business visitor to minimum age limit of 21 should be downcast 1 face was seen among the j Every: pernon in these, categories'must : i EST; : i \ 111.1 S III.:II DKAIT ORDER) '

Bradford County's Quota Raiford lowered lo 'secure younger men for group everyone appeared to be in liefore July I 1st. or us noon ,

Bradford County's part of the 1- Rev. D.Friday.L. Phillips filled his regular military service, rather than to make the best of spirits and to he animated! thereafter us t the local I l-'ood I Adminis-1 I Thursday of this week was Hied, by :

I men Florida will furnish during Grand Park churchin any extensive raise in the maximum by the d" -ln' to give Uncle Sum: the trntor determines nmke n statement I the war department as the date for the I

y will be about forty men Thes appointment Jacksonville at Sunday. age limit by which older men would! I best they hud! to the end,! that pence IIpnI form that will lie providedshowing drawing lo establish the, draft onbT, ) 'I'

one men of Bradford have all MlW.. H. Norman and little daughter : be secured. They told! the committee might again come to us. the sugar they hold or havein of neurlyMOOnoi() ) ) young men of 21, i

n taken except fourteen, and the of ,Jacksonville spent last week that more and! better lighting men There MOW remains but fourteenmen transit on July 1st. All stock inexeqtlt who registered! for military service 1 f ,

i to fill\[ this draft will oome from here, the guest of his parents, Mr. would be secured by reduction of the in Class 1 in Bradford county. of three months' supply at therate' June f. ", .

new registration of June 5th and! and Mrs. J. N. Norman. age limit-they suggested" it be mnloO :More men will 1 be, available from those of conKinnption I that will I he nl- The drawing was held, nt the senate f to

n those \\ ho go back into class one :Mr. und! !Mrs. II. Prawdy, of Jacksonville years instead of th<- present minimum who registered June 5th, hut the lowe.l in each concern will l hr rrlinquisitimird office building und began' at I) II. '
number will be small the total
as Administrator and' m.
er the new classification. here of :Mrs, of 21.! hy t" 1
guests
hough it is are number registering did not exceed !91)) redistrilitited at II stock I less I In the first drawing it was '
not known just how Hrcwey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. II In asking that the draft legislationgo I I Ul.11)1) n ccHftuy -
y men will po into class one from I Thompson. over for the )present, Secretary and from this number some will fail than ninety days hut in excess" of thirty -I to use I lO.fiOi) numbers' I in orderto I I.

irred classes an estimate places :' [ II. M. Hill was shopping ItIrs. linker and General :March said I that I to pass the examination, and others t dayB must lie held subject to the cover the list of the largest draft I

to the hundreds.! 'Lawtey afternoon.Mr. within liO or !00> days, probably about will be exempted. The rectification Local Administrator for distribution boards.,! Thin time it was estimated ,

Saturday the middle of August, after the proposed will result in many men being put in if necessary depending! upon remoteness that the longest! roll of new n-tfli- .
: J. S. Norman business
BtKSTEIJ: FOR FAIU'RE: TO was a recess! of congress is ended, thc class ono from more deferred classes, from source of supplyIt. I i il! t trants would) hardly exceed I I 1,000.) ) i<> ,I\
visitor Starke
IOIISKRVE: FLAG ORDINANCE.Brvin :' :' to Wednesday. business administration will submit a new, and the "work or fight" order will also manifestly unfair for any one to be 1 l.L'ix: ) capsules with numbered I, Blips t.I
Mr. I). B. Hrowning was a
add nnmes to the [list.Smith were drawn I from tbi. loul.Irom I.
comprehensive covering not many overstocked! in such situation ns this .. t l
visitor Jacksonville :MondaV.Mr. [ program .
to \\'I.h. thi .. or .T.n.t. .J ,
e'rnti OH'Ii i I Ill I) o'clock I In
the i
the numiier of men it Is propoM1to -- us it musi J prejuuirt- 'oI1lIlJon III nioriiinif un 6:, v
Johnson, colored, arrest- : M. 1) Carteland daughters; only
was : of Hernando' ;; i j til after :2 o'clock' the
JMonday raise but also dealing with shipping county was entrained. tereHt of regular: flow of supplies. | next rnornini w ij
afternoon for and visitors 1
failure Misses Louiebell
to :Mabel were -
and! other problems. Mr. Smith was night operator Our t nit t itt mini sugar supply, does not j j'n' required to complete, (be task hut; Wj 1 1y.iIi. 1+ J
prve the respect to the flag ordin- to Lawtey Thursday.Miss at the station here., .. *
come from stocks hut arrives in ,
which requires all male citizens Lois Norman is spending, the After congress returns from recess, .. I
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itnnd nt attention, with hats off, week in Jacksonville, the guest of hoc the war department heads stated, the monthly amounts and any nl tempt to
would! be in n position to make CAMP FIRE: GIRLS :SELL: :STAMPS; [ : ,proviilo uhead results in shortage. Any 'I during the combined three month, '
i1 the whistle sounds Sirs.V.. H army :J
0 o'dock.Ift"'noon. uncle anti aunt Mr. and
at concreta recommendations, both for attempts to accumulate stocks f in I the I' Pill' ;May and June l I II8.!)I I! Retailer \ ,
i Ervin gave the ex- Norman.Mr. enlargement of the and also Th" Camp Fire Gills hll\ e been i interim" between now nml, July I 1st, 'limit, not sell sugar to tiny of (Ki ,''Lhf'r t':}

of not having time to stop, when : Riley Kersey, of Jacksonville, the draft. army The for re-1 j busy in Starke the last few ,dn': sell- will lie. unless and niny lend tit dilll-! :irroiips that: Is, to no one except
proposal
"ted, but when he is in town againill is visiting his parents, :Mr.[ all,111'11.:\ garding postponement of legislation changing :I| jog Thrift Stamps and they have done culties.I for the Fond I Administration,1 i householders without I to: k lag II!p Ito r_ I
doubtless stop, as it will real- G. W. Kersey here this week. '
well. To date the rerl.M'iitt"if
limits otherwise disturbing Exceptionally girls will construe any stub "utcnipls by such ,"'r'fllon. They
a saving of time to comply with Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hilliard had, as ng" draft or arrangements wu said have disposed! of stamps to the value dealers und,I maniifuctnrers. us hoarding !I.i I. p 0 I ii"-t I n it t sell I more than two |)(vindl I I

ordinance, instead! af having to their guests Sunday their two sons, to 1 present be the unanimous view of the; war of $:!Itf fI.) Miss Iris Kpperson/ holds i "id upon conviction' in I piinihhubluby i lit 'iny one time to any town customer ,
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< a while In Jail and then come Edward and Andrew and daughter, approved Secretary the record l of selling the largest number. line mid, I ft riaon macut. While i in or more than five pounds at any ono
by
dcpnrtment experts
to town the next afternoon andI ;Mrs. ;M.[ Reddish. Baker. In one afternoon ;Miss'[ Epperson I thi law the name rule might In-, applied tino to any one country "II t'l11l'r. '

(I at attention in the middle of thet Clarence Green of Jacksonville, is Jen. Crowder, said to sold .; 5 stamps valued at $1111.25.: ; I to householders the I-'oml Administration 'I 1 he latter may however, be varied I'II ..
Although was ,
; while the whistle sounded, us spending the week here, the guest of I his of the I The Camp Fire Girls worked unler proposes to rest upon I by the l-itn' Administrator lo perporn -
have adhered to
advocacy
n had to do. his grandparents, Mr. and! ;Mrs. A. the direction of Miss I
of extending the Inez' Anderson the honor und co-operution of the reni'ilt from tri" n. The retu'ler
u's is the first arrest under this Green, draft general principle limits before the committee, and the girls' were assisted by !Miss 'householders not to hold more than v ill I do his best nit to sell morn than: .,

nance in Starke and Chief Kite ;Mrs. John Carter and granddaughter he was age said to have taken the position Fannie I Darby, who volunteered hergervi's a thirty day Bupply upon the basis'! three pounds )per person per montht
cs to warn those who Mrs. Canton Wnteroak, were for the work. Those ( holders "
seem unto that he Is an administrative officer '' taking of three pounds per person in tho t' must whose co-oiier.ltl >nw
stand and remove their hats at visitors here Sunday. and ready to accede to the decision of part were: Misses Vivirette Floyd, household.In I. "1 the U ,.';jPr is earnestly sought.
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appointed time that tihs or- --- his superiors and concurred in thestiggeations Iris EP/>('I'Ron. Nellie Stearns, Nellie nd-fition to (riving the quantities I Retailers may, us ut present' sell

nee will be enforced! and they arc NEGRO SELECT .:STEALS for postpon- Mott. Audrey! Johns Lesnie Mae Ilais- / on hand the statements which will be :!9' "pound., 01 sugar I Ir any one. hotiso-

i-ct to arrest. This ordinance al- -- W.\TCU// temporary den, Ethel Griffin. anti ;Margaret Long. required i from dealers imil manufacturers I..I.I frti' hr..ti. allllinll"IHII1 fKn\ hnturtdI .
action. _
pplies Friday morning when t.hc : ment of congressional :! _ I .,.
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to all traffic: anti nutomo- u -- .--- In the above groups will l give I I. .luer < ntyint that he has not
hitchcock of Nebraska,
Senator f
at the station "
Key train was standing
hould take note of the fact. OPENS: MARKET: thc following further information upon l Ii. ,i.ifht e's'-'Uirre and agreein? to roi -
a crowd of colored people gatheredto gave figures stating that in August, .
-------. look and listen at the bunch of I when the final call on men in Class honor. In the case of Group. A, in :any I Ic'ice mm: ed for thoI! ,M rpose. i

W. O. W. SUPPER negro selects who had been taken me will have exhausted that class, A. A. Wainwright has opened n that I is vanity soft drinks, etc., must .

nhoard at points further south. Among there will I be 3,: OO.OOO men in the n1<'II' market I in the building i adjoining how the amount of sugar used during =No I Dirert Rationing I

celebration of the large class of them was Horace Urockington, who, army and that the highest estimateof ,the Starke Hardware ('a., and it the, months of .July, August and' ll will be seen by this "plan that

members added during the cnmn when the train started off was caughtby American troops that will be in is hi-, intention to carry n full line of Septemlwr, I 1017 and certiflcfitr will thenic no direct rationing of tho .

now in progress the local Wood- one of the negroes in a bear-like France at that time is 1,500,000.; the IH--I meats. he ran secure. :Mr. if the Rtateroents are correct he basrd I householders. It would cost the goveminent -

of the World gave a supper last embrace. Brockington did not object ---- liirxli! I. a well-known market man, upon Ml) per cent of such iiveriitfex., !I ,0/111,11110()/ ( to put the house- :.

"y evening in the armory with a to the hog ntil \h" found that when CHARGEDvfril; ;i i !! FORGERY has charge of the market.UPKVII Ice cream makers will lit! entitled, to holder on u ration card und will take ,J
I 7,;; cent. A certificate will he t the service of I IOOOOI' to
is.uel people t
number of members and their the negro' released! him he took his I ---- --- -- per carry V
I.! present. watch with him.. and that was too Robert Anderone'tlored, of New <4 IN ( E)\\ 1'f\S: <. Heonrutclv for each month's IHI r- It ",if'M. fnnnnf nffnnl, t lirt labor! "I.

ie greater: portion of the evening much to allow][ even a "selected man River, was arrested, saturday; by Sheriff ihnses.firoup. I"r money and! if householders, will cooperate 1

given over to speech-making tn do. Chief Kite wired ahead to Sheriff Epperson charged with issuing L. II. Green, a colored farmer of II. htat in, commercinl cnn- , it can I be avoided. ,J 1 t
worthless checks. Anderson, had a flees, etc., will be given certiticntes No wholesaler or refiner can sell '
'i-ogram was opened by Rev. Rarr Epperson, who happened to be on the [Dukes) section, sent in to the Telegraph -
a prayer. Among the speakers : the train, describing the negro and check cashed at Stump's store in Lake I a bottle of weevils which he for their necessary requirements but any sugar whatsoever unless he re- f !

a evening were Rev. Barr Hon. asked him to recover the watch. The Butler about three weeks ago forging hilt! pn-ked from hill pea vines. lie any re-salo of sugar by them except ceives"!' the certificate above mentioned. I '

:Mills, of Jacksonville; :Mr. W. sheriff hnd no trouble in [locating the the signature of Henry ;Morgan. informed, the Telegraph that he under the express direction of the local Any person in the above five I I'roup"I I /
Saturday[ the sheriff received a phone Food Administrator will constitute whr does not file his statement will .
thought the the
superintendent of the field! force, man, but the watch was not found on pests were cotton 1 '
Mr.[ Fling/ of this city. him and it was only after a close message from the Farmers & Dealers boll weevils, but on examination it a violation of the regulation receive no sugar during the war and \

speakers pointed out the ext search that it was found on the hat. Bank that another forged check had was found they were nothing else hut and subject them to closing! of business notion will at once I be, taken against t J .

\ features of the order end the ruck where it had been thrown. The come in. Sheriff Epperson: went to the common pen weevil. The patchof for the war. Any sugar in hand any sugar he may have in hand inext.ess I

"ificent\ progress from a point of allowed to as it would Lake Butler Immediately! and began peas, ; where the weevil were secured nt the end of the season must be I of thirty days' supply[ and ho
negro
was go
I'<,rship as well as finances during have been for the sheriff an investigation, resulting in tho ar- swarms with the pests Green placed at the disposal of the local will be charged! with hoarding.' Wansk
necessary
r'-st of Anderson, who w.-n employed Administrator. The Administrator the co-operation of all trades 'in
mat few years. :Mr. :Mills being to go to the and get permission stating that nearly every pod) wan
-mher of the Sovereign Official from the commanding camp officer to \bring at a saw mill, near New River. Anderson punrt'ired. No instance of the cotton appeal t,> this group to economize in I! our purpose, that I 1.4, simply to secure
has confessed to forging one iliruction.Croup, jmtire in distribution.I .
\ boll weevil bothering every
pointed plant
with unusual
pride to the back. any except .
negro ,,.f the checks but denies neing guiltyof f that is, hope that each .
fort that the organization had -- - -- f otton has been reported. public eating one affected hy this >
both. The writing of the checks is will f'e I issued! certificate new system will I hs
ao conducted _ plncen. up-i prepared ti> file
that it today ranked SPEEDERS: BEFORE: .\ -Op. -- I I
" beau of all fraternal insurance identical and his guilt r.m he easily NEW: REGISTRANT;; ; >n the ba-ill of three pounds, for each 'with me immediately after July lit

1 tie* of the world- ; .ith"a pr; -card: :Monday afternoon seven autoi-ts proved. lie will be held fr circuit ninety mi-ills served.) This includes j (I..r as soon as the necessary blanks I

.'t of management 33: cents below were brought before Mayor Vilioms.charged : I, court. Daniel L Chesser, white of Lake all piiblii- toting places users of sugar are received ) a complete, statement so
with --------- Butb-i. Group; l II. that is, bakers, will re-j| that there" may be aa little delay or
before
arest received
with speeding. Each appeared the Local
competitor; over $380 ,- '
:\tlS'f.\I'E IN: :NAMES: ::; ..
If I ..
"' reive certiticutes for 70 per cent of > as possible in putting in force
in reserve and invested at an a fine of $1 and cost, with a warnIng Board Wednesday anti registered, under
>tional rate; with over $3- that the fine would) be heavier if Through a mix-up of names in last the ruling which required! all those the overage amount used during July, the new regulations. If you cannot

''0 invested in Florida bonds: they appeared, before him again on week's Telegraph the name of Elijah becoming of age since June 5, 1913: August and September, 1)17! or alternately or will not make the required statement -
Coleman inserted under the picture 70 per cent of that used in promptly find it Impossible
ligitimate claim paid, attesteder the some charge. was to register the 5th of this month. you may -
CO.OOO) monuments erected in Rosa Parker, colored, drew a fine of Willie :Mack Norman Norman .. .. the month of June, )'118.I to get any sugar for your

emory of deceased sovereigns of $1 and coats for disorderly con- I Is a son of W. H. Norman of I While the manure pile is an assetto I Retail Stow business.

e class hag already reached close duct. Rosa used a razor on one Rufus Starke and Is now stationed at Camp the farmer, it U a liability to his Group E, that is, retail stores, will. J. E. FUTCH,

o half-hundred mark, and new Rigdon, Jr., colored, cutting a small Jackson Columbia, S. C., his address family unless properly treated to prevent receive for July purchases certtfieates'! County Food Administrator Joe

are being added every day. gash on his throat. being the 2ht Co., Depot Brigade. flies breeding in it. based upon the average of sugar sold ,I Bradford County.









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FRIDAY JUNE 28. 191 *

I : TWO BRADFORD" COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. _ _ _ _


the retrograde movement which has the crushing of the Austrian, which |II IIlien. OR FIGHT 1 productive would necessitate employment the remlJ\or oc.Mipntl,I: r ,\h
WORK
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1Week's 1 developed into a disordered flight. ( Diaz had counted on. The Aus- registrant from his place of i.. ,,.|(1,
III }: Large numbers of the enemy hae triuns! are declared to be rushing up and such removal would, in tit.. Ul'tg.:
\ of the War been! reported recently as coming up I reserves! from the east. TO meat of the board cause unu Summary admits reverse REGULATION
I behind the northern line in the mountain The Austrian war office a ship to the registrant or hi 1',1', "

_--'J region and it is not improbable along the I'iave but announc..sthnt has or when such change of empi.-' '! :, Iii,, :,;
I : that shortly the second phase of the the retrograde movement would neccesitate the night( eni: '1,1.,]. '..
1 I{ with
here confidence been carried out in accordance ENFORCEDPRODUCTIVE ment of women under
FRIDAY Small raids are being carried out battle will begin. Complete ) BE cir"1111"r", 1
J I oth'r allied and without loss of material. deemed by the boards ,.
plans ,
0 Heavy Rains Help Italians to Hold and there but no general engagements is felt in the Italian and have unsuitni.i M 1 appear to be in the making. commands however.On It is added that the Austrians such employment of women. t."oItdl,
Sri/ AuMtriann Across the I'iave the )battlefronts in France and taken more than 50,000 prisoners I are authorized to consider any "r
Jil
\ Spurred on by their successful re- SUNDAY Flanders the Germans are holding from the Italians since June 15 and AND NON-PRO- such circumstances as rl'aNIJIl< i, .
I nUtance, Italian troops are making repeated -:' Austrian Drive a Complete Failure. their men to the trenches except for that the aggregate losses of the Italians UCTIVE WORK DEFINED cuse of non-productive emplom..lit \
attacks against the enemy poKitions Austria small atacks here and there. Thereis in the fighting at the lowest estimate Fair Rulings Uurged
went of the I'iave and have Food Shortage in indication that for the presentit is 150.000 men.
no
trained some ground. In the mountains -I Blocked in their advance across the is their intention to launch another On the front in France and Belgium LOCAL HOAKDS: SUPPOSED TO In addition to the cases -.vh.-r" > ria.
and around Asiago Franco-Ital I'iave river by the Italian and British big drive offensive. Both the British bombardments and raiding operations DECIDE EtCh CASE ON= ITS sonable excuses may be a('('<'I'\|,;,."| for
ian troops have reoccupied important forces and with their line of communications and French have carried out success- continue. The French near Leport, .MERITS; temporary idleness or for bcini; I"n.
po itions. Wednesday the bag of 1 threatened by the riving waters fully several minor operations and repulsed north of the Aisne have repulsed a of sport. gaged in non-productive occupation or
Austrian prisoners aggregated nearly I of that stream, the Austro-Hun- all the enemy's maneuvers. German attack but on several other I Persons engagcdinganles (employment local and district h'.atdl
2,000 bringing the total captures to I I, garians apparently have closed the sectors, notably in the Woevre ami in Sales clerks in stores. have authority under the regul.it, 1
offices.
," 11.000. first phase (if their offensive against TUESDAY: Lorraine, themselves have carriedout Clerical workers in to withhold or postpone action' for a
| in cities.
( Vienna, in its official statement, admits Italy. Viewed after a week of fight successful raids and taken pris Automobile salesmen reasonable time in cases whenn np,
that its troops are on the defensive -: ing, the offensive has been little more Austrian War Office Admit Defeat oners. The Canadians near Arras Public and private chaffeurs,work except pears that the registrant in w,
'I" and is content to report that all than a demonstration in force over a of Their Troops have been successful in an enterprise where they combine other faith, is, or has been, seekmir Prdu.', ,
I, ( Italian attacks, especially along the I battle line of more than ninety milesin The defeat of the Austrian armieson which netted them twenty-two pris- with their mechanical duties. food tive employment, and that -1 h I itsonnble .
I'iave, have been repulsed. The fighting -' length. It ha* gained none of Its the western bank of the Piave river oners and six machine guns. The Persons engaged in serving postponment will ..n.c" ',. (h In
i Is now in its seventh day and the objectives and has cost the Austriansvery is complete. Admission is made by Germans are bombarding the British and drinks in public places. and ''to secure such employment.
, Austrians west of the I'iuve probably? I dearly. the Austrian war office that the soldiers front east of Amiens.Synchronously Passenger elevator operators : The United States Employ.".,", j".
are in a more precarious position than From the first day or me atiacK u I of Emperor Charles have been with the defeat of attendants. vice will assist registrants in .1 i 1',,,,,
1rt at any time since last Saturday. I was seen that the Italians were not forced to evacuate the Montcllo pla- I teh Austrians in Italy and the spiritof Doormen, footmen and carriage I ing work of a productive): ,'. ,;(.,
It Around :Montcllo, on the northern culled upon to meet tremendous on- teau, over which they had hoped to unrest in the dual monarchy comes openers. Any registrant desiring such ,,!. ,:
oJ end of the Piave line the Austrians slaughts on some strategic key to press their way and gain the Venetian another communication from Ger- Attendants in hotels stores, opart- I I.tance will, upon application to |I",. ]"
t have been driven back slightly. Their their position such as was launchedat plains, and 'some sectors" of the many that that country is desirous of trent houses, office! buildings and bath cal hoard, be referred to the :nKfnt or
I t'fI'ortli( to advance nearenxon, near Caporettu last October. They had, I positions they attained last week on making peace. house local director of the Emplo\ , t <,1.
t.c\ the center of the line, have been rather to defend their lines over a the bank of the river between the pla- Through its foreign secretary, Dr. Porters, unless engaged in heavy I vice, and every local board \ iM'! .'?,.',
U checked with severe losses. At San wide front against attacks which were teau and the point where the stream Richard von Kuehlmann. the Germangovernment work.Ushers. ish such agent or local dirt t M.j, a
J'1 ;j a Iiona di I'iave and on the Fossetta launched seemingly without sufficient empties into the Adriatic. has made the admissionthat and attendants at games of list of names and addresse- ,"f r.E1 I ,
I canal the Italians have driven the enemy I': power to penetrate more than some of Bud weather and the rising of the the end of the war could hardly sport. trants who apply to them for i I'> f, "rmjtion .
from the ground gained earlierin I' the advanced posts of the Italians and Piave under the heavy rainfall are assigned he expected through purely military Ushers and attendants at amus- concerning employment. ;and) | ,liOn |,
the week. I their allies. as the reasons for the withdrawal decisions alone and without recourseto ments. list of the ames and acid,tn., ('I
.P Heavy rains are reported in the ,I The second phase of the offensive is of the Austrian But the diplomatic negotiations and that it Persons engaged in domestic service registrants who have been "", . >! <'1
mountains and these may add to the I expected to begin at any time. It is Homo war ollice asserts that it was the was hoped Germany's enemies would appear.
torrent in the Piave which already not believed that the Austrians will be impetuous utucks of the Italians that realize that in view of the resources ProductiveDepartment .-_
has washed away many bridges. With 1 willing nor will they be permitted by brought about the failure of an operation of the Teuton allies, victory for the store executives, man Keep the home garden cmn.i' j y, ,
I! the flooded river behind l the enemy I Germany; to end their drive against which was started with the inten- entente was a dream. agers and superintendents. can't afford to buy truck ,,1th..' '11 ,..
4 the Italian counter attacks are gaining I, Italy with the results indicating an tion of crushing the armies of Gen. I.- - Heads of department store accounting kct when it can be grown lv .,I' ,
'1 strength in an effort to wipe outfA almost total failure. There have been Diaz) and forcing the Italians like the SUPREME: COURT DECISION financial, advertising, credit, purchasing home.A .
'f or capture the troops which have :1 intimations that Germany would assist Russians, to accept a Teutonic allied AFFECTS: 6:30 CLOSING; LAW. I delivery! receiving, shipping --. -- -
I' crossed the Piave and have been unable in the attack which is conning and "('ace. Tallahassee, June 2o.; -The habeas I and all other department store de.I large calibre silo, fill. "1 'r.
to advance into the Venetian which may be launched against the All along the river the Italians have corpus proceedings recently instituted I I I partments. muzzle, is one of the fin tin "
1'1 I plain. mountain sector of the front. Larger pressed buck the invaders of their territory in the supreme court by Mr. J. II. lIar- I Skilled workers attached to department defenses against Prussian ..
,t i 4 Riots uri reported in suburbs of Vi- bodies of men have been assembled until only small units remainon rell, a Tallahassee merchant seekinghis I stores. Defended by a herd of cr-, i -(e
, i k: I'. ennn and 100,000 workmen in import- there, presumably for another attemptto the western bunk and across the release from the custody of the I Buyers and traveling salesmen. sition is impregnable.
, t; I I ant war manufactories there arc on break through the mountain bar i stream King Victor Emmanuel's men chief of police of Tallahassee for nonpayment Delivery) drivers. ,
l "i;: utrike. The situation apparently is rier. I are keeping well on the heels of the of a fine imposed upon him Employes doing heavy work outsidethe -- -
growing beyond the control of the civil I food shortage in Aus I duties clerk.Pharmacists .
t' The serious retreating enemy, who is fleeing in on conviction before the mayor's courtof as
authorities and martial law in the I tria-Hungary has given rise to sensational ; -. disorder. Again the cavalry has been I the city of Tallahassee of: an alleged in wholesale and retail I FOOD WIlL \YIN!!
II .. Austrian capital is not unlikely. The I rumors. One of these, from thrown into the fighting and is sorely violation of an ordinance requiring drug: stores.
, workmen continue to demand more Amsterdam says an attempt has Leen harrussing the enemy, while machine "that on and after the twentieth day Electricians nnd engineers. r
;1 broad and the agitation( is Kprending. I' Hindu on the life of Kmperor' Charles. guns from the ground and from the of May, A. D. 1918 places of businessin Carpet layers and upholsterers. R. (
r I Sub-normal fighting activity continues This rumor lacks confirmation. Therein aircraft some of the later operated the city of Tallahassee shall be ;Managers of hotels, social clubs and I!I
generally on the front in France however, little doubt that conditions by American aviators, are working closed for the transaction of business other! public places.
I antI Helgium. The American troops in Austria are near u cri js. Little havoc among the fleeing Austrian each week day except Saturday, as follows Clerks in hotels social clubs and --
j appear to lie the only ones who are of the true status of affairs can columns. : and all other places of business other public places.
1 '. busy and tho actions with which they bflearned, because of the strict censorship The losses to the enemy are described not specifically named, where Cooks in hotels, social clubs and other -'
, have occupied themselves have not but what little news that filters as enormous both in men killed. /goods wares and merchandise are public places.I'eiformers .
I
liven extensive. I out through neutral countries shows wounded or made prisoner. An olUcial kept for Bale at 6 p. m." has been decided i in legitimate concerts r
!: West of Montdidicr American nol- I that the Austrian people are on abort statement from Home to the Italian by the court. operas and theatres. _
,II i. hers in a short and desperate engagement rations that serious rioting has occurred embassy in Washington asserts that Mr.: llarrell conducted A grocery Thregulations, recently promulgated JACKSQN'U1 [U
: have cleaned) out Jorman trenches -I and that general .strikes are the Auntriuns have lost 45,000: () men in store in Tallahassee and under the ordinance provide that any person engaged ;
I and mnohino IUlllleRtK at Cllnt lcny. feared. In u clash between police and prisoners alone. The Italian war office waR required to close at 6:30: in certain enumerated classesof gbi tAi'i I
_, Most of the (;e'manHho! remained to strikers at Budapest forty-five !JUTNims communication mentions only .1- p. m. Thesupreme court in an opin- occupation and employment in :,
I fight( tho Americans wore killed, I, iiru reported to have been killedor 000 Austrians as having been captured ion by Justice Taylor, concurred in by which he is rendering no effective _ I .'
while a number were made prinom'r. : wounded. \but it is probule that this communication Chief Justice Browne and Justice Ellis assistance< to the nation in the present sa/ tlOUSl 1 1y21'Dr
Merlin officially claims\ that German; I A Bulgarian commission has arrived antedated that pent to the holds that the provision of the ordinance crisis shall, even though he may IN FlOlflCA I,
troops have penetrated tho American : I in Vienna according to .11! plltdll.si embassy und that the captives in the in question of a violation of have boon given a deferred clansificu-'

,\. trenches at Seichoprcy.:'; The falsity i from the Hague, for the purpose ofnl'g'otilltinlt I hands of the Italians greatly, exceed iv hich the petitioner is held, in custody tin either engage in some other occupation _ _ _ _
t of this report is shown by a dispatchfrom with the Austrian: government
,
this figure. is an unwarranted governmental or employment that is productive -
the American front which nays concerning a change in relations The probability that this i is true is interference( with the personal rights or enter the military service.
'" that the "penetration" was only nn attempted I with Germany.; This, coupled with the enhanced by the fact that the river of the merchant class of the citizens When it has been determined that n
:' rail, by sixty Hermans.SATI1RI fact that the present premieof Bulgaria was swollen out of bounds and most of the chy, and is void; and that the person in n deferred classification i.nn i.-; ,
, it I was opposed to art alliance with of the few bridges that had not been conviction anti sentence of the petitioner idler or is engaged( in a nonproductive CALOMEL SALIVATES I
> \ r thev
Germany lit fora Uulgaii: i.< entered curried away by the freshet had been by the mayor for its infraction occupation or employment the YOU
" r. Austrian I lime :-llIl'kt'ninlt-l.o"s.t ar, and the known war-tiredness of shot to pieces by the Italian guns is not warranted by law, and is a nullity classification nnd order number hfSLtVh AND MAKES S9

, !. Placed at 120.000 the Bulgarian people, may be signifi compelling the enemy either to surrender -I And the court thereupon, orders person will be withdrawn and he .

, J. Fighting on the IMiiviline appar1 cant. or take his chances of being( that :Mr. llarrell the -petitioner bedischarged will inducted immediately into the Calomel is Quicksilver and Aft I
entlyiKdecreltMingfts; the Austrian MONDAYAustrian I able to swim the turbulent stream. I from custody the cost! of military service. On :"
offensive enters upon its second week. I ; So hurried was the retrograde of the city of Tallahassee. Instructions for Hoard Like Dynamite
In the mountains there has 'i en littlr Troops, in FuJI Retreat lie- I movement of the Austrian at some Justices Whitfield und West filed a Local and district boards will con- Your Liver.
activity for several days, but the Aus- fore Italian l'orccaThe points they did not take time even to short opinion specially concurring in sileicases of withdrawal of deferredclassification I
l' ',. trains are reported to be concentrating first phase of the Austrian offensive |attempt to save their guns and stores' the judgment reached by the court, and late order numbers \ nf;
Calomel loses
large bodies of men there presumably has ended in failure-in de great quantities of which now are in basing! their positions upon the ground with sympathy and common sense, and you a day' iui
what calomel It's ii..lver. .
I for another attempt' to pUih on feat. The culmination of what was intended Italian hands. that if any provision of a municipal the regulations! provide that they shall I 1 is. men faI| I
southward to the Venetian plain. to be. thc crushing of Italy be. As yet, there has been no sign that ordinance curtailing the rights of individuals accept as a reasonable exfluse for 1 ,') Calomel is danif *
': Italian resistance nnd counter attacks tween the jaws of the Austrian pin- the enemy purposes again to renew At adopted under general welfare temporary idleness or for being en- i crashes into sour bile like dynami
''alolt'attacks
1 from Montello to the mouth of ucrs Is the rout of the invaders them an early date another offensive in the charter powers is not reasonable ignged! in a non-productive occupationor I| cramping and sickening yo
; the Piave aided by the sudden rising selves. With their backs to the swollen mountain region notwithstanding the in its operation, it is invalid; and assuming employment the following: I the bones and should never
of the river have played havoc with I'iave river the Austrians for several fact that reports cmenntinpr from the power of the city to adopt (A.) Sickness. I put into your system.
J Austrian hopes of capturing :Montello days past have been trying toward Switzerland have said that he was and enforce reasonable regulations in ((11.) Reasonable vacation.C. I When you feel bilious,, sluggish cetipated <<
" r and dominating tho plain. Slowly off the vicious counterattacksof bringing up large reinforcements and the premises the provision of the ordinance ( ) Lack of reasonable opportunity and all knocked out and'! *
.,p the enemy on the important platen! i is the Italians and save the situation. great quantities of supplies along the requiring the stores to be for employment in any occupation I 1 lieve you need a dose of dangerfl
being driven back by the Italians and Now they are endeavoring, and still front behind the upper reaches of the closed at 6:30: p. m. is unreasonableand outside of those described ns calomel just remember that your art
f r. his efforts nt other points have either under great pressure, to ford the river Piave. therefore invalid.It non-p reductive. I gist sells (or 50 cents a tare lot-
been driven back or repulsed. The and reach safety. That another offensive i.1 expected is understood that many other (1)( ) Tl'mporaryabsl'nces (not regular lof Dodson's Liver Tone which at
fighting on Montcllo continues in- "Fom the Montello plateau to the and at any moment-has been made! Florind cities and towns have adopted vacations) from regular employment tirely vegetable and pleasant to U\J\
tense. Adriatic son the enemy is' in retreat. known by David Lloyd George the ordinances containing! similar provisions not to exceed one week unless I and is a perfect substitute for -aw*
: At the mouth of the Piave the Italians Alerady his losses are estimated at British premier, to the house of com to the one held inoperative and such temporary absences are habitual It l is guaranteed to start your U*,:
have made gains and it Is apparent I fie.000( ) men and the chances of his mons. Where it is to come was not void by the supreme court in the Ilnr- and frequent, shall not be considered l- without stirring you up ,1I.lde' > l
the Austrians have been unable escape without additional heavy losses stated but it was asserted that on the roll case. Mr. llarrell was represented ns idleness. ; can rot salivate.
to capture the angle between the old seem remote. blow the issue of the campaign might by Messrs. W. C. Hodges[ and! Fred ( E.) Where there are compelling Don't take calomel! It m, fir
Piave and thu. )FoBsetn canal which Large numbers of the pontoonbl'hl'es depend.On H. Davis ; and the chief of police of domestic circumstances that would not work. Dodson's Liver T"" rrnir!
I ;! they reached north of Capo Silo. West : that the Austrian threw the front in France and Flandersthe Tallahassee was represented by lIon. permit change! of employment by the 'ens you right up and yoi. '. '"
., of San l Ilona di Piave, where the canal across the Piave have been swept operatin.. ('o"th tie of a minor Fred T. Myers, city attorney.A registrant without disproportionate Give it to the childre.. IJ(
: 1 !leaves the river the Italians have uway by the torrential stream nnd on character. The Italians again have KMTTfNG ---- hardship to hi- dependents; or wherea it perfectly harmless ai ei
driven hack the Austrians. Vienna nil the sectors of the thirtythreemile defeated the Germans noar liligny in SONG change from non-productive to a'i I''ffripe. I "|1tSt
: claims the repulse of nil attacks. I front where they gained edges of ;Murne sector. inflicting heavy casualties Over and under up and through,
One out of every ten Italian soldiers the Venetian plain they are being/ on them and taking! a numberof Stitch upon stitch in the lengthening -
wounded in the present fighting I sorely hurrassvil! by the tire of th j prisoners.In rows; ,.-
bear positive indications of the use of Italian guns.Monster the same region the Americans Yarn of Khaki or yarn of blue
explosive bullets by the Austrian.. I : preparations have beenmade \ last have succeeded in clearing the Day after day the knitting grows.
the Austrians for whIt was Pelleau wood northwest of Chateau .
Austrian losses have been heavy by ,
Who i is
1 I nod nn Italian newspaper estimates i to be the sheath blow to King Victor P'hierry| of the Germans who had been work the 7'one who shall wear my (

them at Il'O.OOO.: :More. than forty ICmmanuol's) men. Thousands upon clinging stubornly to positions which Lad America lad of _
Austrian divisions have been ,engagedon thousands of men, many of them I were regarded as almost impregnable. France ?
on battle lino aol thirty of these brought from the Russian ami Koutimniun Prisoners were taken anil, live machineguns Pray he be young with eyes of blue.
And the eagle's look in his
have suffered hi'nvily. A report received fronts and guns and stores in were captured t hy the Americans. glance. steady
in London is to the effect? that tremendous quantities had been par- I The German official communicationasserts Into !
12 German divisions are to be sent to celled among the various commanders that trenches near Iladon vil- the stitches of woman's I will wenvoPrayers ust 20 Cents McTir
Italy to take the placo of un equalmimbpr for the drive over a battle arc of virtually ler occupied by French and American With u tenderness
divisions to liu hundred miles.. I have been invaded by the Ger- tears of hope and high ik'sire.
4F I of ,Austrian. one Austrian highoiumand I troops Holy\ thoughts that bhall guard and Rfdgucfe.ihfe Big One ifian it did th* K"nJ
transported to Franco. i Undoubtedly the ; : inan.-i, who inflicted hl'lwy'10Ks"" on Mess .
I Hchtnd the fighting front the dual ." had built largely for successon :the defenders. There is no confirmation THE BIG
Till they shall fold him ONE WAS FED
and shield him
". monarchy \U seething with discontent the belief that the Italian moralehad of this.
over the food situation which apparently bet -i shattered when last year i I from harm AVALON FAMIS HOG-TONE
r t4 r shows no sign of improvement.Dr. their !great pincers closed. in upon the i WKDKNKSDAY; Like the loving clasp of'a mother's! ..
Von Seydlt-r. the Austrian premier Italian front. Italians Urivt'u"trhlns From Last arms. -Tnm Liquid Hog Conditioner, Falttnir mnj Worm 1n'OVdP i

who has attoinpted to resign i Such a belief however was entirely i PIIKitionern...-. the I'iave Over and under hopes and fears -THE RUNT WASN'TTH
several times, is reported on the way I erroneous. From the first onslaught I I We w..ae our hearts with the yarn
Austrian headquarters to again 1 the enemy met a rejuvenated II I The Italians have ut last cleared thremaining I i "t gray Y both started at the same time and weight. Tbev WeTS
place his resignation in the hands of army which fought( him with the Austrian* rear guards: from Love anti sacrifice triumph and tears finVnen. The the same feed under the same conditions with IlO4J.T'E one
Emperor Charles.
The unrest in \"i.'nnl'ontinue... to inch of ground unless it wns Uotvly now are in possession of the entire Who i is the one that shall! wear our The ,t'II
spread throughout Austria-Hungary paid for. Aiding the Italians in the !river front form the Mont Ho plateau work? kets 'S&w&W'ftWK' &Rnolest. Ih. worml foe to profits.that ara SI tbal1, '1:110:
and much nnti-Ciermun feeling is l>c- mountains Wt'''" HritUh ami French to the sea. At last accounts their I Soldier of England or of the IOw.-hell'"IO PF0tl.ruse rr
Italy'sstratitl thun
h. r.lInunl
log manifested in Vienna antI! in IlunKrtry. armies who also fought! nobly and every forcen which crossed the ctrcnm In ? lieS. Anti' !the will dinVrence,rVer brimj was In thu brought mnr- lell us Ib..-number pi"" of COma) In !J.i' ;p-d'to"
I In the Austrian capital the police wore defeated. \ the enemy. .pursuit of the retreating! Austrians, Pray he be sit idy and strong of soul PAulicy SkcriR! ..nrth C'f AVALON will gIve you .nou 'ouHrt 'u'1
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hnve pri'V.-nrcd an attempted .,t- Along the Pia\e. especially on the were till) harrussing them, inflicting I Lost in the mists of no mnn' land. PUM new hfa IJOeVTONE.inin h.! iw-mnkea IIOOTONE Ihem!eRtliv.treat. u.eli your hogs DOW.CIU dO/s.. 'i ,
l tack on the (irnnan embassy the mol Montello plateau the gateway to tho heavy casualties and forcing the en- Pray he be gentle] with maidennil It more helps. nil diem grow fat ot Bn nmazln/ rate. Ih. HOO-TONE 8.J'C'nny. trc'.tm..n 106 I or II&U"
crying that icrninny, was .ftar ing" Venetian plain from the northeast I'emy t.( continue his lison!< t IV! retreat. ,For the sake of her who is knitting cumlui Ulwiue and ellfy you, it will coat you notnin*
:''I Austria. Hroad ,riots ntrnin have orcurrcil and at several points farther south, I I bate: however has: tur'.. d I somewhat here.Battling 1 FOR SALE BY *
in district'" "f Vienna lint! the wheretho Austrians uccecded in its balances in favor uf the Austrian with wrong till the right
number ot munition workers on strike' crossing the river the Italians everywhere <, for the Piave river again has appear. Starke
;.. there has increased to ISO,000.; imposed such strength against I risen and Dome of the pontoon bridgesthe Stitches of mine, weave holy charms I Hardware Company
On the front In France nail Flandorsth th' enemy that he wn.-s unable to en- Italians had thrown across the To guard: his body anil soul from
,'r< has l.eert no Im-nk in the lull) Iiinri. hU gams and then with rpdou- I stream Ivivo ht''nrrh',1 _,"' .tV. making harm
t since the .lerman repulse( at lihuim 'l'I,j.l I I'llnrt-, ("""t',1 him to i.immemv l'lIp..iI.l.. tho '|iiiik! !pursuit .md I ;"1 o'th"I'._' .i !f., ,,' In. Starke Florida




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KlllUXI JL'NH 28. 1913 BRADFORD COUNTY *
TELEGRAPH. fetAfiKE. FLORID &
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f'i' .. the labor. lIe made the following I NOTICE 0.28
DECEASED.To !: I .
-ii'i\l ISi' l I"> the Sheriff cannot ( V

j News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.i statement Leaving: aside nil S"l tie. I. hereby uleen-thai B. F. Flnley ii /Cm.rie John' June I *licmry and nil Jane other*. lwranc that Am Jones Intrmtinl end- I r :IMIIIK lie ti nu npi person,.i'nr ututii known whom that .11 1", '
I arguments 1'1'0alld .imr.liin.. of I 111,. |ia-v'',,n "f iisi.: lilmlon In I llu. ratKUi of Anne Jon,.., iliceiimilVHrHHVS I iuiI. I helm nail that Iho | heir I
? so." ..b im. ..*MM OT. ,iMM>u con iioorninff ratification of thc a lunatir. will on tin. Mil I ,.r I July i A. D., \ :) A. S. Ct-sw., .. I tin* "tri,. of itinty-ono years.MU 1 tI$
'I national constitutional, prohibition H'I'! al iliMti nelnrk In tin. forenoon or .. ..if the saints of Ann Junta, I II t I". 'Till" K1.IOKB fll'>I..d. cm VI (7
.s'tt; H ."on there'after IM ,lu can IM. b>' the Court Hint In I thu limit a iHtltlon .. D..II..nt.I.nt"1. ndjiiduiil thnl che laid helm Job
i [Live NewsTold I[ .imi'iulment the nation hu: reachedthe hi'anl. apply to the llnnnrable Ii..... A. Garmer I.Court. ill.hvi.r iKum wnion of und .. Jinra. lawrtnco Joniti and larrls J.
stage where our future ns ndemociaey County Jueluo In and for Dradforlunty >f ,the. follimlnit! d'scittwcoal!: !! All t'-r'o'i.. ilttlllNtlll 111 Mftlll Nlata lit.Kt t I.. .

: ........,'..._......-........__.___.......___:... | defends' l on the ditpntch with (,''''urt, HOUSI, Male: In of thi1i Florida."n. at i-r Ilia eltarke.olfico State In the ofMida .umi\ m loto IIIH HI oiu.iiiuiiioni I I III. tour, loumy< 4 I. and r lori.in H\u, (At t.1"1' ..-, llil'4.thu to comt,thus house scion. on ,if the nay lit ,day you"at Sail.-July.wf,

by Our Exchanges. [ which our fighting forces are placed I in Hradford' I County for authority of MltH-'k t Iti t of Lincoln City. nrwrtlin* to.it1 Hill. t'i't I il inn nf I In unlit nJmlnlntrslor I V _ _ _
j I em tho front in France and their energy lu .ell I all thertitht.. I lltuintenut I I claim and ii h. .niai oI th,. glint.' nwrded In \lo..k Sine'. not be granted
demand nf the aforc-nnld .:. M. Kmdon a lung. I; ;. .r II... I'"blie.0"1.. or liratfunt It is furthir ordered tbHt thia notice 1.
= .. : requirements; satisfied: with the lunntie in and li> the r..II.\\'ln.* dmcrlui-d. C'uhiuttll'rII.". latsig In t lie /Su(h 11..lf of pulilli.li.il? In thi> llrH.lf..ill I'oimly '1'returnsMl .
products of the farm. lands nnd pii nil.e.. lyIng and Iwinit situated th- 8..ull......' iiiiIrti-r .r 8.II..n '1'hl..Io Htarke. in Itradforil loilnty. Horida core.
A o'I I I quota of sl.ukeis. The' past week he in the County of Ilradford and State of "::12i'. 'I\.n"hlp Sis 481. South lI..n". 'twenty- each wink for fi conniviilivo we>eks.uieen j
has ought in four white from FlorId. to-Mil\ : .rrom tile Southenut' l'nrnerof I wi I::.: .:..t. ...hl I..iii. attli"iiriiiw' ..r rerrI ; under. my hand and the seal of thin
men VOTE OF i'\M>iiVTnsS.TAIK itivtlon Mm.Inn. Township 8etrn. South, a. .1..1""M.n", 10 the ,'.Ia'. of Aims court thin the HUth day of May. A. D, I 191*. '
of labor
Shortage is delaying roadwork I Lafayette county charged with espionage FOR : orncis.Tnllahn : Knmte Tucnly.twn. Fnut run Aoal DDJ (ert. J". *. in 11 nni u Ht rhamhera. In Slaike. ilradford I County
in many parts of the State. and he has arrested five thence North lift: 3 fret I.. nliu.,, nt Iw.wln. A..Ilid". .. his n ohm... u liv iTMnvIt, that Stale of KloridnJudiitf. :
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---- nuns : hence Mill north .hC3: foot' : thincrn ; nil i>f tin I hmii' of Hit saul I'ntiilo Hra citliilx of the nlua named. court; ,
Florida has spent more per capita slackers in this county. All of these "eP, June 23,- Complete returns ,t ini fi-rl ihintSouth I'n f 111, t ilunn o of II..IC."I! county 81,,'. .it Morliln. but Hint f..:II.Jit l.rO.A.U,\ KDINEK.hani V
for (food roads than any other state in men have given bond for their liP- I from all the counties in the state! hint' .. 111 I feet I Iit.tc.. Suit I III I I 1, ,-t. lluii.v .
the Union. peiuance before the VNi t 4JO! fin't to place of hiumninn, milil, .
Federal
court have been filed the olllce: of the I Iniid.
in sc'C- iHlnii the alms ..s Ha nedid lo .1 I II _
Editor Russell of the Palatka when it convenes ll..lltn',>k l> ele-eil .
retnry of state. It will appear ftoinpielimmnty > a fnnn W 1 U naimhliy and
News, won out in his nice for the A new phase of federal railroad figures given out l by the ,Ifs,, .and braiillit, lali Kb. |'| h:1: and. Charming Ideas for the _
al by deed fr.ni ..llin i: <4pnrUman, ,
in his
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senate control
state county. loomed up in its terrible as- office that the candidates for Btate ollues '- "luil! him IHIII dmliHl in R, I I.. \11....,.,.onH V
Sweet potato planting in many Sections pects to Richard and Ethic, McCoy, have icceivcei the ,1'\\\ log; 0- V. nval Kt.tiaidlan \, _
of the state has been retarded negroes when they were inducted into tnl'ote: M L\
on account of a lack: of rain. the Xasau county jail us federal Congressmen: Frank Clink S.liH ; .\ v. I.CM... .\it>'. 8..75t.Notice .

Ikpiity U. Marshal: Richardson prisoners, on the charge of seeking huiles E. l 1111\111. :{,C.I7; Walter Ke-

mnnnKes to keep busy all the time, to use passes issued over the Seaboard hoe, fi,81J; J. II. Smithwick (;,:'W Ion M\ln.U'R! 8\lt: FASHION ;.J
and week sees him bring in his Air Line Is hereby given that under and by FAVORS THE CAPE .
every ruilvvoy for the I
trunspotta- Farris ) ,,
o. 151: : ; V. J. enr.i lO.Ofottoineygcneral. .1'lu. f that certain' Dual divn-o. of faniliwcin .
:hheiilfs in most of the counties of tion of Sam Brown and wife from :\ : Ciomlic-ll Gibbons I mmlv nnd nude. "ltd Mn)' .4. III IS, I by '
the state have given orders that idlers rernuinliii.e to Jacksonville The ' I InJudire of the Kluhth ludicliil Circuit of New York, Jime _'I... -.June is I the uilli (iiisi'Iod ends far down tlle.- ; ,
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couple < ; Van C. SWl'I 'nt.'n. .!J.II'I.III I I 1. hIorlf.' I in C'l'h""e'r. in fmor of lhe> Citiiens I t
must go to work, go to the army or to will be biought to Jacksonville nndgiven the rate foi h'J! tutominissic-n, Hunk of Kalford a conioiniion, I complainant month of bountiful I I things I and! one .skat, oven to tlit" horn edge in lIon"4 t "
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jail. a hearing some time today before I hie.' term. it nppci that Hun. :'iIiIOF ii.lid nualiol, J, ,,H Culliir I uh'f'nIitnt.. . I hi' ut.iIirsi4 mist clothe\ one's. self "bountiful!)' toLie installer...*.. '1 IIIMI there aio wiclu crui01In '. ,;.

Jacksonville i i going to have a gala Comm isSitfler CIII'Iuble; : MinikK'foid is the iiuiniiieo" 1'. :S. ,.,,,,,( isI huuiiu\% ill]door'T.r..r at Slaiki null', I in loriihi fmnt, ". ilvirlnit of t lie > in tune with the pel'feet d Ia IJM, Tin 'KM of silk, Kilt li in, or I III<' material
occasion July Hh The day however Of direct pecuniary interest to I'owun the low man, holds u M>te of Ih,. knal lions ..t mile on Mun....,., the rlrat t-hops nip full of nny number of lovely I dross, (hat arc finished oil' nt tilt: }

will be celebrated minus the fireworksas filmy hunclrotls of- _nutnmolnlii_ _____. _,,I__' nwn.'rs_ n ,.., 1 J .128.: J. Clifford Brown first choice day'._- '---"I-..iif>..M'.. July....N"....'..........1H1H".. '......1..the...w... .'."followlnu. .....'n.....u......._....iliierrilndriollilii .H.................. I things!: ami th,'" .. is. a wide choice.fiom Imik with a Stuart pump bow per- 1 H ,
in days gone by. in the state i> the decision of the su- V votes 11,111): ; second choice votes, 2- to.nlt : which to choose even the 01111iliest hips, or two or tlnco buttons, Sometimes V Jt.-

The new canery at :Moore Haven pieme court, in the case of the state 0-1: ; total 1:>,1-1:;. 'Pun male' mute. ,,e,.,.ilor Ins. ', \\iiitbt, aboutIXMI nnd most inexpensive of the t I here mo wide slashes for one ;.
has been completed. and is now ready of loiuln upon the relation of Daniel I Cade K Shackelford first cholcevolt's Knti i numU and I lit tarli. Om iii-> h..unit....,. toolcolor S Mam nld nnmed bnv. liunty i Hummer t ii ings. Ono m'edifovc'iiil .Millof thelieIt to slip through. Often V ... I

for business. This institution is A. inhi.VBon versus finest Amos, I 5,9) III) ; second l choice1 votes, 1.Tl'i \1.- about 11 MnlN' old. \vi.luht al.>ont 1..Otll" iHiundHniiMiid thin practically the largest in the south. comptroller of the state of Florida ; total 10,78'J. olil Bill tssle Out, lit cnt al'cnit> man Hill)mull pouiulii ii W.ut nnnie i lulitvraii
Judge II. Ilaline Peacock of the The supremo court in opinion filed Tax commission, short term : ll.irry Ithuilv Two 'lie uniroim IMO borno .,.... ti haiti 1111,1110 forth for mornings: anti, n tliMil for wide1 1111>>I1'H on liesses' "I I

West Tampa city court narrowly' escaped recently holds that "series 1J, of Chap ; I. llcthel 14,153V.; :M. Hollowny, the tilnhefil and best biller A., /.for AUKIN4Special earth. simple' net of Geoigette crepe for of gingham or prrcnli", or of organ. (.t I.J "

serious injury when he fell ter 7J75: acts of 1917! provides for a "-5.-89'1. '. Mauler ill Lhuniery. vcnings Then the question of the) dio! .. Of. coin.so .t-ililuonis. .used a great )W" t" '

asleep while driving his car and ran license tax of only five dollars on any Suprcmecourt justice : K H. Hufonl A. s' CREWS. I <11'111. unn IpIg!: 11111 tel-fly tmws on ono ::&: t .
off an embankment.N. automobile or other motor driven 17.01H: ; J. B. Whitliold. 2( ,087. Solicitor for complainant 11.31.3'. 4:41c: ;t side of thi> l lat'k and lotitf Bash ends ,j t 1
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B. McLeod one of Bradentown's vehicles with a seating capacity of :State attorney: Fifth circuit, ,'ho- !POTl8E: OF APPlICATION IOH TV llrrl: : I I siuh usere worn in our childhood '
town's wealthy farmers and a pioneer one and not more than live passengers field 1,8JO; 1L.. Stringer l.fifil( ; Mint: I'M'l'III' H Or CIIAITHl 4HK1. nit considered, I espc'cmlly fitting for ., .1" .\ "
AWS Or '
was killed early Sunday morning, his without regard to horsepowei." Tenth circuit: S. W. Law lor, Jr., 1- la hewby ELURIIt.Ntice wivon that Wm Kalchreutor the more ,dressy frock.U . {

head being; blown off by a shot gun. 'The brewers of the United States 027; U. O. Rogers, first choice, liS( ; purchaser of lav Certilicntu No. I 170, dieted heroomen < hmweKvory 1
who are now in disrepute on accountof the ::8-ti) dny.. of Auiciuet A. 1).. IUI4 Ins hInt ,14 : now and then wo hoar talk '
The sheriff is undecided whether it second choice, 130 total 1,812: ; J. A. Kieid certificate in my, orr, ". und ban madu ai>- I
was murder or suicide. their having financed the GcrnianAnriciican Timbeilake first choice 1,502: ; second lieatlem. for tax. ditsl to Issue it) fiecordance \ of n iniifiom, style' for women. This
1 the loving nllinnee-tho revoking of (choice ISH.< total I ,fi88; Eleventh judicial with Itew Stud. certlllcaU' embrnceka' the foUu is. ii ridiculous! iiH well us an impoHsiVl '. t"J 1 1is
Lafayette county won .
wing ilifCribtd property siluitled in PJrat.Cool
the charter of the l hI lo idea for Then* 14i.
offered! by the American alliance has been circut : J. C. Gramhng 1.-U7; lounty tloridu to.wit : "U) many reasons. '
" cup, a trophy recommended by a senate committee A.I.I Penny, Gf>fi; Fifteenth circuit: One lot com 70) yd. W of hK C... of Si.. one thing that wo must nil do, howVover
i Trust Company of Jacksonville to thej 10 A run N 70 yd..*.. thence. W ID yilii, thence. \...... I ,J.'
admit in their 1917 I)! yearbookthat C. II and that in to carefully plan ..
n. : C. .
Floyd 62J .
; Edgar Thompson ) \
county oversubscribing its quota in 4 0 yda. thence E ii) yd* lo It of In .IK InIlimpton
, the largestper the products used in the manufacture I l,27l;. S.-.,. It), 'fi| 7. S. K M t;:. The every detail of our wardrobes, BO that : '
Red Cross subscriptions by ol beer in 1917 was sufficient State auditor, J. II Lancaster, 170 ,- aid Intuit. twIn ansc.iiN...l nt thu. dati of tile not Inn" bo wasted or bought without \I. ,

cent. This cent county's of its subscription to supply the energy recjuirenunts of :3j! ; J. Will Yon 25m.! ,.Huanctf .of t'nless sail' certiHcnt aald eertitlcatu In. the nnin nhiill. Uttfieemi'd oleiarfnnwn duo consideration. It is the duty of .;t
vas 511 per quota. one million eight hundred thousandmen .. according. to Inw. ins ibeil will I..u. In every vvoinnn hero and everywhere t,. i 1' ,
Tampa shipbuilding concerns con- or the entire American army now .. tht'''''''' on the lat day of July. A. 1). : !look a" well us possible. We must help LI

tinue to receive orders for the build- in France and in the cantonments of Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days JIK*t' liOnel, my nlTicinl aiunalura, unit, teal thkh. ....... ,( .t .4
ing of new ships for the government.On this country. DrufUista refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall, i ,' J-th day of May, A. I'.. 1111 IHW v2 '" :
July 4th there is to be a double lo cure Itching Blind Bleedinil or Protrudiuit Piles I 'r. WEEKS, ) 1 II (
"The government, through the food Instantly relieves itching Piled and you c"n ilit C'!,-rk Circuit Court DnidTord. County rlorida. (. -V .
launching in that city, a wooden ship administrator is sending out bulletins I I restful sleep after the Brat applicauuo. Price" Kile. I fi,:11-6t. -2 -l"" ;& 11
_nn....1. _n onnl._.!. nnn_.._ will.. n. _filldp n__ .un into the_on wau. fri.
every day urging the people to con- '
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.NOTICK OF SllHtlH-'S: 81 C -
ter on that day. serve the food supply. Housewives .1. . 4' . . . . + + + + I :

Mrs. Adolph Busch, widow of the are appealed, to at every turn to save, LEGAL NOTICESADMIMSTK Not In' Is hen.by-itlven that I. W. J. Ki" ,
famous: German brewer, of St. Louis stive. On every hand the people are .A + + 4' + + + + + + + I"n, Shirtir of Iliadfoi,I County. 1'Inrnlii.inih ,.. "! \
r nfl by virlui of Hint certain writ f '
held for time at Key West ,
is being a face to face with the necessity not to \eciltinn iHHlled out of anil undi. the' Heal IF- '
where she will undergo examination waste the smallest bit of their food .VTOU3 NOTICE .if the ('Ircuit Court of llrailford, CountyHnrlila '.
at the hands of federal authorities. supply because it is needed for ) numnxt, I'I'I Norman dnnir bllol- 'j .
our .. };
Norman llnilhem. anil In fuvor f '
oral mi
is returning from a Ni,tico l I. hereby iclven to all dlstributepn ( f
Mrs. Busch just army und the armies of our allies as creditors rtninsulur Nnvnl SI,'ru's rontinny| a corporatlon ,
long stay in Germany. well as for a hungry world ; yet the : claim, legatees or ,mnnilii and: all aualniit other j 1\\:niona cHtato havInir of- I and dated I Hth Soy of Mily. A. lIVIM > .. '
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In view of the fact that the saltwater breweries admit they are using(' sulll- J. I). I'niltfi.tt, ,ilrctiuttil to present the sumo eat nnd. will lat otfi-r blddi.fur. cain thi'refor nnd. sell for cniih to the nt bIg the I .Ii '
fish industry of the United dent grain each to t<> the undvrsiKnvd an Adminmtrntor' of his front door of thit ,More now oe""II,1 l byV (Jllrof.kn i it
supply our
year I !
said estate within two years fnim thif ilnte :Smart ('u\ll'\ and >i>orti Skirt i/it/ ,
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tilntit Mrn In iliu town ofStirke.
has been taken over by Her on
States armies nt home and abroad. Not only hereof. uthurulMV the Bnmo will be burred.tutoi .
IlmoHu..1 l ( Mornlii; M"n.dn.
bert Hoover federal food, administrator. this than l and sinned thin 15th day of May. A I ounty. ..... on iioicr' wrap comes up IIllIin. nnd here
is supply wasted it is worse | >. July I Ittt, HUH, thi* Ivinir n I 1.,1! I, I\t' :P1 t
J. A. Williams, Florid' shell-fish Wasted, for made into beer it reducesthe D. 11118 SIDNEY D. PADOFTPAs Hiiltn tiny of shut. court ..luniiK. tin. IHJTH!. liouraof t"", (ini- finds such a widu choice that Vl,1l' !
I sails hit follouintt ,tliMcriln .. .rannnl I is almost bewildeiedrifdiimi'M i '
commissioner has notified till of his odmlnlntratur of the male of J U. 1'a.liri i one \ '
efficiency of those who drink, renders '.rot u.rty ultimti| I in the 'l"iwn i>f St ark... I IIH'k '
deputies that he is no longer in position young men unlit for military service tl.A. di V>c Long'awed., attornpy triMirunl ('......1)', Mori.In. l.i-wtt : (I".. lot I in ant. ( he ('apt.I > ,
office 5-li-St of tn'reh"ull., cnnHlHtintr of dry K them we t'teigt't along
to keep in and adds to the listless. und un- .
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I tfrocfricH rlc, ttm nitrite In-inir fornit r-
Albert L Anderson of Sarasota happiness of the people und by rou NOTICE OF FiNAL DISCIIAKfiE. l ly tin. Httrk of rchiiiKhiiv, OW 11'.1 l by I'. 'TNotmiin t hem, I these faucmating i wrn|jis that k 1 I Ilc1hr":0c4t
I "Mrs May Hill and :Miss lay Turner, I son of the crime and misery it produces Six mimlha after dale hereof I will present ,,1,,"," bojOn.an Norinnn Hrolhini, i are H killed outright, and G. I my vouchi. and final account to the Honor W J. Kl'l'fr;ItSONSlu le.tely c'over the costume anil,
of Tampa, were it increases the burden of the able (,eo A. Gardiner. County; J..I.) .. cifHrndford rilT. Urmlfori) County. I' .turitlnJh protectt "-'- .
; (' Anderson and :\1. L. Anderson, of people who are fuimshmg the sinews county Morliia and auk for rny : MM.U \V1LMAMSAtlornty I. mriniMt/ nun, sun or dust '.' The ,. -
)Sarasota; and Miss Lillian Sulivan of of war, namely the taxpayers Unit) diHcharite afl ailmmintrator, of the eatat' for coinplutnant R-11-&t. ono illimtiutecl I 1 heiu is Jill iticul.t nygraceful
I I'Ist 'ic.'l
of J. K. ilullbrook and M. A. Hallbrook. JIhis < '-'-- '
Tampa badly injured, when an auto, '|I "Ameiicnn citizens who are devoting reag-l. IN (l\rV Jl'IM.ft:'S ,-IItr. PROIIATK, with its lug collur that I
I owned, nnd driven, it is mid by A. your energies und resources to the the Seth day 'Jf March 1918 IN AM I. 'UK II\HIHI| | tOIND (roHses in the front and button in the 10
II.. Anderson collided with Atlantic J. V. EDWARDS, rl OKIIItIV \nick It is made of soft hlaelc fill in
successful carrying on of the war at 3.20-6!! mo Admlm.t, .010'. RK-: LSIA1H Of ,\ :SSCHAMBERl. ; \ IOH: Ii
; Coast Line train :--0.' 27. at a railroad the sacrifice of a number of legitimate with n giddy, lining of Koninn: stnne
1 crossincr near Lake Alfied at 111 commerci.il enterpnsesvxhichaie ,just ,by" wuy'of sUTI"ri"I', and l the collars ; J

o"dock''Vedneslay morning. 'I classed as non-essentials, do you consider gray satin. Note also the: nklit ..-..

i Marie Craig, who is wanted nt Jack- it American to allow the. United with its smart pockets and intoiest- Dress of I 1'ink ( 'ha in bra y

Isonville; on n chnigw of kidnapping a States' 1'reweri Association t which I ing) luck, extension t coining i aioiiml I even" up this woi'M., and l think for others
I which she declare" i Is her own onto the (I'ont. This may bo left nn-
baby contributed (550,000( ) in one year by a us well as for ourselvt-H. Choosci
Sand, brought here from Jacksonville I, barrel tux on the .biewcis. of the entire I Mittoni'cl i il dcHired,, IhiiM I making the tell materials with an eye* to tho fu-

{recently after she hud, been caught: I nation to promote (;1'rmulI.AnwJ' kin, ensiei to walk in. I Have you >ioticid tuic; buy, what you need, and I buy HID I

there with an automobile which she, is iran alliances in building up a vast one plc'usant, fact this yenr; best ipinlity for I thnt is trim economy
Rthargct] by Hubert King nn auto deal- ,I spy system in the United States and i I Mrvthing is .being ,designed/ with but rl'ln"IIIIo"r Unit everything you I.

fen with having stolen from him, was ,tto weaken and undermine the resourjces Th two thoughts one of conservation of I Iniv (-it Ii I lie becoming i as well I I as prnc V
mi; til'ml. and 1 I the other with .. .
of recordt 4
|tncd in the criminal court and morale of \merica-these elustroycrs ( TABLETS .n"Y" tn"-nl'!
Tampa. The case resulted in a nmItnal of the nntion"s food supply ) ,, I t.i i onifort These are the tests. that' Fur :SMi'it :.Sinlecn;

after the woman had wept on ,, to continue to operate and, use up not you inn apply, to all thc new t'HIJ'nli! I 'I')his little dress'' I is as dainty and at. I

Ahe witness stnnd and told a harrow- I only food and fuel but equipm'nt of and 1 nre determining t factors ill t lie I I nut i iv as poHHibli' ', it nil I it I Is ono of
ilng story of a shattered life antI of heX railroads in hauling raw and finished is just what you need, madam. Many end as to whether n design bo, iiuul: I those (urtullnl,' designs that can litviun
misused by the I THIS I I'tinutfli, III lain, "I I 1I8!)1 the !Miss 11thl who \ la '
misjudged and I Pl'oducts. ' by woman I
( She was remanded to jail anti I "Have these patriotic. brewers who who were troubled with indigestion, a 1 he I Importune e c.f ( lie Correct' I licit his a slender and youthful figure. ,

f X I have another trial soon. :Manes[ I I don't want the country put on a whiskey sallow, muddy skin indicating biliousness! and There nothing( that tan make or 'I lie odd pockets nnd collar with tho
f ( mar costume HO much the lie.It
y very evidently made its impres- and gin basis levied barrel u us fu iinatmg I tunnels, are quite unusual
[ / t on the 'vmpithips of the jurors :'tax to help America to win any th. war '' habitual constipation have been permanently cured Thin11 ru'" any nil ft her of ...JoIlln i / they stood one-half for Wily nf making this. important t fen -ihiiinbrny but thcdesign couldbecopM V
n'lUittlll/ No! They are not even paving taxi" by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using j"1 ,'. Sonic- are remmesient of
one.half for conviction / in accordance with the hard liquor irn- I in any of the summery materials.
id she hired the auto, it 'Mil ilnys,, girdles in fui't. that c". II in refreshingly' cool nnd will be uv .
whiskey on
industries.
Beverage
she took it without permission I hundred proof contains 10 per cent these tablets they felt miserable and despondent. I 'ilici- ,,itwite around the waist und, to wear on warm days. 1

Iroceeded to drive to Jacksonville. alcohol and is taxed $3: per \barrel or Now they are cheerful and happy and relish their .

A heard piesident of the refund ..about tin cents per gallon whereas

,r\\ National Bank of Jacksonville, I if taxed in accordance with the tax meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.Chamberlain's ..

Bell cashier; Oeortre 11. :Mason, : levied on whiskey' should l h<' $"'.2t: 0 per
f.Wton; anti, J. M MolholUnd, barrel. :

'f ,O tiers, were indicted today by : "Saving of 1'5.000.001); tons of coal Tablets McCALLFor t ,j

\\"f.\rnl grand! jury in f'onnm.tionuar will be required this year of private
1
\ failure of the hank in lan residences, apartment houses, church-

&r 'V Their bond were fixed nt en, schools and commercial, buildings
"(4h Heard i n heldthP on forty- Summer :1 '
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; 'her than factories. To help this I IH :
'a-n 1"( .. I saving, the fuel administration hai announced >'i--i+3t344344't44ll'l4 ..1M+i.V8"HtA..4.H i--H i if 3. .! .1 and .- ., '"
I m I I .. '
J.1l'Ur. e It
) '!ncan r' Cameron of Pitts-I that it would put into opera I IV i t\\

Ahl"i)ur*" hand, Serjreant; Ernest I. : tion a plan similar to that in I'hiladcl- f HOT WEATHER t 4.VV cjuaintcst Summer V .i

trnrf Chicago, both members phia whereby no order for coal by adomestic
of i mite corps aviation section j consumer will he completelyfilled :: dresses and L' I'for
Here killed at Turtiss Field by the local fuel
-istjiy until approved NECESSITIES i
i 'J
near the who
Mim :jionay| when an air- I I administration. What restrictions lady .

P'nnp in % ,h they] were making a I will he placed on the members of the her
practice fl,J.. went ,into a tail spinnil I United States Brewes' Association for : 11 4 : wrjjii pa-

f e" nb t
rod MJ believed to have been which can be diverted' for domestic yourself with the necessities to make life more com :
[e cause of accident it was stat- tier like a cloak
te
purposes. fortable. I have full line of : I ;
Thi Was the fourth fat ,il I acci- "It I.. up to you :Mr Ami O"an ( iti2en a
k' at the lo flying -,'hool.n I I what calling, to : McCall< f Patterns
: .| marine I no matter your : FREEZERS WATER COOLERS
: =ni! ''a 'ooV mother 'ha.tic: j[ place restrictions on theo d,.-tr"vi-rs = + I arc .best.

p forward ir her new path of prc t"- of your food supply by wiiiri _' vur, Full line of small articles. : I
the kei' and senators.. to irinn) < I II
I" Monday morning when congressman ____ _
." Screen home to keep out the fly and the mos +
the first five steel ships which will account of their stewardship l by pi" : your )
built, for the emereency fleet cor- It restrictions on the trewer'.- w tl! '! 4: quito. Window screens in all sizes and kinds. Save : I l I McCALL 4'I.'

-itlon was laid Rt the plant of the 'yourselves. by voting for war" pr'' I : your wife's temper by buying a : i tii
isacola Shipbuilding: Company. hit ition now before congress 4 4 fyi PATTERNSt \
14 BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVE :
4 4S4ZIt.th.
No hot sweltering days wood stove. Cook in : 91 for \
' TIU.F.RF.'OI I trim to the JO"4 m"ndment, vehirhI ; over a I July

tMEK WHISKEY S WAR: PROHIBITION'nr I i_ var rrohihiill"lr.: Falv J wit I : comfort one of our oil stoves. : t\ Now Sale \ V
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superintendent of the Standard
_E formerly .,
Distilling and Distributing Com4 i Ills I.ude,' kit Ml:* CirllCiA ....
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V J Falvey has just reurned! from punv. He told the committee that he I JONES HARDWAREStarke '

Jhin t'.n. where he testified Wed 'favored war prohibition. He takes the 4 .M. DARB Starke Fla. 1
of the vast amount s
|av; before the senate committee position because Fla. I ,
orcstry and agriculture. ITa \*U'd '' of food and fuel products used up by : .- V

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J FRII1AY JUNE 28, ig18
*R.' Jit BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLOlUDX

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i demand the most complete support of Hut when } ._country"rnll j nnd'he (f day wefe, Mr. II. Rosenberg and family afternoon Bui-! I| this Mrs.week Nat Roberta
l his Thelma and littleter
: County Telegraph.led I every one of its citizens. Passive ) l :Mr. B. Ii Harrel and family Mr. :Misses Jesse Roberts, dmtch-',
liltnself, she knows he Wednesday : Blanche,
henrs the rail are spending
Chastaln spent
,
loyalty-the loyalty of peace times A Sullivan and family Messs: Willie !- Icy and Sheltie some tin:,
deaf thnt call with relatives in
It he were to Tampa
,is not sufficient. The brand! of loyalty must go. Andrews, B. Feinberg, Doc Roberts very pleasantly at Worthing-1
i Weekly, and entered an BeeIlclasn | now demanded is the kind that impels and she Is a true American w<*.inn. and J. R. Chastain.Mrs. ton Springs.Mi i: ;Mrs. M. J. Sapp, of NVxv |1:1';, ?, .
matter at the poot-ollice at she could never feel really proud of ,, Chnstnin, of Lake City 'Ii was the guest of Miss Thelm.i
; one to offer himself and his nil, if Tom Townsend' and children! : s hellie n 1:.,,;'" '
Starke. Florida. necessary that his country may be hIm ngntn. You understand, how It Is, are visiting. relatives in Gainesville. i is the guest of ;Miss Jessie Roberts Sunday.
"
fi r _-__ .. _ Mttoriou in the great conflict: Dorothy you must feel the same :Mrs S. A. Maddox, of Coleman, Ga., -
Tom. Every true woman -
about
\',( ,, i: S. MATTHEWS. Ixiitor: and Owner Molt of us can not /ico into the fifrhtiiif yourself does.' i is! visiting her brother, W. M. Over- ................N....N............................
farces of not enter
( : ; most us can street.
J. C. ROBINSON: : Associate Editor sat still. bat When .
Dorothy very
t into those industries directly connected Miss Allie Loughrey, who has been .
she kissed her witha I
i II with the war, but all of UK can Polly rose to go visiting; :Miss Winnie Townsend at : i
how our neighbors that we have the! new respect In her wanner. She Orange Springs has returned! to LakeButler .. .

a ,,119m ...J! U l I E 19 i8J right l rand of patriotism. had When quite Tom forgotten came the home bridge a trifle club.earlier I .. .
government is urging us Mrs Ambrose and! Miss Inez Mar- CHULL'S
y' .tfK N4N..Li 'rr WD.D.oIT'!.RI. ] / upon than usual, he found his wife
the necessity of saving\ an an essential key with their ukeles motored over to
a 1 to victory. We are told that there Heated 1 before H fire In the living room Worthington Springs with their horse I DEPARTMENT I

I is not enough man power and not sufficient busily: winding ynrn. und buggy early Sunday morning- STOREi
what dolngV"Starting
2.345,678 materials in the country to wina "Why. Pot are yon turning late in the afternoon. They .
for takeaway
sweater to
a you
quick victory if we continue to use she returned report a very enjoyable time. i
with
this man power and these materialsas you. Miss :Mollie Thomas spent Sunday .
l2If3'14115
: 9 10 II we did. before the wnr. It is pointed promptly.Then with ;Mrs. Noah Taylor at Worthington :
hIs look of amazement, : Home-made bacon the finest.
than at very .
I 1 out that there are now more .
:4t 1 1617l819r2D:2: 2 2,000,000( ( ( () men in the Army and Navy, she rnn to him, and seizing the lapels :Misses Henrietta and Efctelle Ros : .. ..

t t -T -< and that by August t this number will of his cent, almost fiercely! looked up t'nbl.'l'Jsp..nt, the weekend with Mrs. Z Both No. 2 and No 3 cans. Extra nice soldered :
, I. i i be increased to U.OOO.OOI: with a steady Into his face nppeallngly."I've Sabol in Gainesville.
I 2242526272829Young addition. to that number from then on. been nil wrong, Tom" she told Mr." Charley Savage spent a few .. caps, solder wire. :

I Their men not only cease to \be \produifu him "I didn't understand how It was. days with his family this week .

I hut they become consumers on Of course honmen' you've felt got about to go this-I didn'trealize thingor I Mr. Arch Proctor walked down thestreet i The very best to be had in staple groceries. :
scale.
a vast the other day with his "hat
man, ro: to war, /go to jail, or either, for that matter 1 I. :
women
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Thus it is: that we an urged: to off." Don't know who he was honoring
go to Jacksonville._u_. ...____ j, buy only those things which we needin nut now I see It all, just as plain as the hot weather we suppose. : A splendid assortment of crockery and enameled :

4 Bradford county will do herself order that we hull not use up lab- day and I wont yon to go ns! soon bit a""I Mrs. Friday and interesting children I i : ware. These last have been classed by the goy :
01 and waste materials], and transportation you're r"I\fly-I'1l help you every
4 proud raiding peanuts this year. or of Brooksville, are visiting her
! so vitally necessary to the cnn tool" parents. Dr. and Mrs B. P. Wilson.Mr. I : ernment as Non-essentials. Enough said. If you :
J The fourth Liberty Lonn ;lie, floated Government in its' war work and I so Tom stared nt her for a moment A. D. Zacharias will sell ice I.
I in October' will l be for six billion, much needed! in the manufacture of Then he caught her In his firms and creum nil day Thursday for the benefit expect to need them in the next year the time to j

w ; dollars let ready things, essential to the health and efficiency held her so close that she could scarcely of the Red! Cross. He will not sell : buy is now. ..

;; thti-ep"; of our citizens. J breathe."I sell any cold drinks that day, except .
The only thing the speed
f 4A' er's life in Sturke from being one of Ily following the Government's maximum request can't, whispered leave yon, darling, and wnlted-I simplycim'tl" for the cream, and! the entire proceeds : We only mention these few items, but we have ia i
to produce to our capacity -
f' will be given to the Red Cross fund.! .
, joy is the--mayor's---.-$1 und-cobts.- and to (consume little as. possible the expected acquiescence. But Dorothy The: fire alarm was sounded! Sun : good stock of goods to select from. :

C The "1It>lIven Ik towl'd"'on we shall give practical expression pushed !JIm away and looked day night, when all reached! the :

cannot in to our 10)l1IY1militunt loyalty straight Into his eyes again. scene the jail was in flames The
denburg\ apparently ret on- : Buy War Savings Stamps today Z
tomorrow
1c touch with headquarters| these days. the brand which stamps us as being "Yes, yon cnn, dear" she said with ly occupant a negro man, narrowly ,
, r willing to do our part at home n new firmness! "I wouldn't have you escaped death next month and as long as you can get them :

t | A Tennessee school teacher has set by I sacrificing, by R'ettinlodown to a stay for anything In the world now, Mr. and! ;Mrs. Joe Crews, of Gil .. .

ai \: I n record for women war workers by war basis, by backing up our Government nnd I never loved, you half so much ford, spent .h; J..y: here last Tues .
,f Allowing six acres of hay in one day with all our strength. With our as I do nt this minute. It's the only day. .

, e. *I Germany's foremost__naval critic money savings we can then buy War thing to do and It other women can ".l'lIong those who visited Salt i N. B. HULL. i

r / Savings Stamps and perform double give their men tip, I gnesr! 1 ian! Coo. Springs last week were, Messrs. W. .
' 1l "'I' ,./ now conies out submarine with the admission service by giving: the governmentthe I'm JroutlRt\ you want to go-It I C. Townsend, Rev Hen.lrix, Toirt w
; -- that Germany1*} campaign
, f labor and materials so much needed would break my heart to have you feela Townsend and Tommie Hewitt .. 2C
e J:! is n rank failure for which we have that I understand, I
war purposes slacker now :Mrs. D. Rabin owitz and, children, .
1 ,, 1 "Will' Alnchtiii county win first' rc-fmined from lining! That is loyal was one myself this morning but I'm of Gainesville, spent Sunday with her C

t'.;.I' 'prize at StnU Fair in 191H ?"-Headline I ty. _ ._ 9 ___ I not any more." sister, ;Mrs. Sam Singer Z S

, ,I \Im in Gnineaxille' Sun. :Not if Itrad- she After added, few"I minutes'! Intermission unhappy! Mrs. Johnson and buoy, of Trenton, .................................N................
ford county can help it. : nt'1''as so are visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs,
I ., .-,-- ---- -.----- In my life. This morning I wanted B. P. Wilson
e4Y
I. ,i t', Today is National Wnr Savings WOMAN'S VICTORY yon here Now I love you too muchto ;Miss Evelyn Bennett returned last" + F+++++++++++++t++++++++++++++++++++++++4+++t+++ 4I

Pay Pledge\ yourself to buy as many keep yon from going. Atf'n't women Tuesday after a pleasant visit with i i

stamps' as you possibly can betweennow queer?" Mrs F. ('. Elves and family in Jack i I
.
i, 4 \ und December :il>-t.Someone 'No, they're wonderful" he returned sonville.T'ev. $ aZ

i. By KITTY PARSONS, promptly "Bat you are the most .t V all: ;. r. .\ Brendan" : of
.. has chance to do his
a :
wonderful of aliI"!
' I one JaI ,If country a rood, turn and also win a And she didn't even deny It. with I Rov ..IMIh' S. I. Heiidi-x .
31,000 prize l hy locating,' German _.. I SIT DOWN AND THINK IT OVER ii
'I submarine-base! -on-. our coast. Copyright 191'. by Syndicate the Met)'lure Newspaper I LAKE--- -IJL'IXEK- ITEMS-- -: -II :; Methodist There! will church be preaching next Sunday at evening the- J !


The Kaiser has made the boiist that "If you love me, you wouldn't, wantto I Luke. Butler June :2ii..! -Mr. AV. ;M. :
\lli y he would! eat dinner, in Paris today gi> to war 1 don't see, it fit all. Oxerstrcet und,) sister, ;Miss Maddox, Mrs Walter Edwards and .children :: An Irishman bought a return ticket to St. Louis
; Here's hoping he will bu in the front 1.'t'1If I'm nottnrpendett the with ;Mrs. Ware inWorthington Eastman: Ga., are visting Mr. Virgil
rimrrlcd and
W You'ro pent day i and didn't back.
ranks when the advance begins Edwards and family. come What did he save?
f .
to I
don't
I want Sunday.Mr.
-- on joii you ;Mrs R. R. Richard, of Gainesville, +
Xew York couples are showing their go-you'll be drafted 1 If they need you Chas T. Barrett wall visitor is visiting relatives here.Mr. :: A German saved up enough money to to Ger I
understand the in Inverness last nnd Mon go
1 I can't Sunday
badly enough.
patriotism by "banishing all German ; John Richard!, of Camp Wheeler -
wedding, music' usually used tit such, way you feel nt nil-you Just! can't day.Mrs. was in Lake Butler this week visiting :: many, bought a "schooner" instead and didn't go.
I ceremonies and, using! the good oldAmerican care about mo, that's all !II The words E:. I.ondholU ha* as her guest relatixvs.Mrs. T What did he save?

1 1 brand mine in a rush nail, the girl who had this week her mother and sister, Mrs. : T. C. n'-.ve und daughter I i
----- .- spoken was. trembling with excitementand and, Miss Williams.
Miss I i An Italian
Frances who
have been
I I Owing to the high prices of ice St. on the verge of tears Mrs ".-. H. Blake now a residentof Mr. and :Mr s..I. E. returnedto visiting bought an eight-day clock with the :

j'j Cloud citizens have petitioned the "You're right dear, yon don't understand. Jacksonville, spent several days their home in Jacksonville Harper, last Sunday I' $::: second hand gone. It gained fifty-five minutes every
I
1 council to take the ice and the of ;Mrs. ;Mattie Markey.Mrs. .
over plant ." agreed her bll bllnl. "You u. guest!
:$::
J. operate it in connection with the municipal Know perfectly well that I do care ouis Taylor, of Jacksonville, ;Mr. \.V. A. Bailey, who i is> employed I + hour. How long did it take to let a whole Dago? j.

1 light plant. about. but therea special call spent, several days here last week
\ nt Jacksom
you illc. spent Tuesday with :+:: These
-- I problems
hating been called) to the bedside of are easily figured out "com
The -lIthin--[ ; costumes for men In my line of work Just now, his family ;
present day
tt ore n decided elTort at making both and I feel more like a slacker: everyday her ill. mother ;Mrs.. Knight, who is very Miss Jessie; Roberts spent the xxeckend I i pared to who sells the best Lumber and Build- ..

: end' meet in the middle, in that itt I stay nwiiy. Cau't you lice how I Mr. Alderman andSaturday nt Lake City, the guest of Miss I ing Material at the Lowest
I is difficult to decide where each end feel Dorothy Jay in Jacksonville spent Friday attendingto Sheltie Chastain. i Price"? One guess is allyou've T

!t ,'" leaves off.-I't. Pierre Tribune "Xo I can't Just see it, but If you business. Mr.( Seeker Nexvsom, of Brooker, : got, but if you guess the name below, you'll
-- -. ----- want to go you needn't stay on my account was a'i itlto Lake Butler Sunday
, Germans; call our marines the "Dev I ilioiieht a mnn'she usuallycame Mrs. Iva Sprinkle and family have I :F hit the target square in the center. Then we'll do i

I I j il I>ogs." We rail n dog which chases first but I guess I'm wrong. Iy returned, home ,after spending sometime READ THE I ::: the rest.
at Salt Springs. Mrs; Sprinkle.ivs :
Ii rabbit, a "rnbbit dog Hence we nil means., If want to leaveme
\ go you
" .-. the bathing and fishing is fine '
suppose the mime! the Huns give: our 'P'"You're THENEWYORKHERALD Sit Down And Think It
J'J Over.QUIOLEY
I and she expects to return in a few .
fighters is
pr\per.-.St. Petersburg
talking nonsense, Dorothy I d.. I
r Times. And of course, you know If yon put up ys.Miss ;Maude Hunter left Monday I I

t The engineer who sent his engine Unit sort of nn argument, I won't JO-- morning Worthington to be with LOYALTY HAS NEVER LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.

lilt crashing into circus.. train on n long nt least not until I'm needed more her aunt, Mrs. Surrency, who is ill.Mr. .
t. straight stretch of track practically than I am now. I wish you did not ; Ware of Worthington, visited BEEN QUESTIONED

wiping out the entire personnel of the feel ns you do." he went on, with nn her daughter, Mrs W. ii. Ox-erstreet, I
attempt nt cheerfulness, "but It can't I =- -- "FOR IMPROVEMENTS."
show, should he hunted th'e same as last week.Mr. I
any other common murderer. be helped I suppose. I'm off. for town : ;Max Wilson left Sunday for COFFINSCASKETS

fi'f, .--- now-It's late, too. Oood-l,." Ocnla where he has gone to take j And a full line of + i
Germany thought to frighten the Dorothy caught her breath In e sob charge of his brother's drug store.

a American people by her submarine' as the watched him disappear down The latter has answered the call to the Undertakers' Supplies i
campaign operations off the American the path. It wn. the first time In two colors. Automobile Hearse I j

n coast. !luring the first two weeks of years that they had been married that Among those who visited! Worthington Always on hand. The best service ,- ++i+t_ttt+++t+tt++t++ttt Fttt+tt+ttt++tt+...1

;, the submarine' ; operations' enlistmentin Tom had gone off without kissing her Springs from Lake Butler :Sun.LASSIFIEf- at the lowest prices. Specitl ,
'' the
navy increased by 27,711. good-by.
attention to telegraph orders. 1
-
, \ According; to; a South- Florida;; contemporary It was with n sense defeat rather -. ----
t than victory that Dorothy went about
: (
nn Iowa man was soundly Registered
Embalmer
i thrashed bv his, wife because he failed her household duties. that morning.
1' Just' as she was starting' for tho
to his DeWITT C'ONESStarke
pay subscription to his local '
: n w..pnl'er'hile this newspaper brbliro club thnt afternoon tho doorbell REGISTERED: : ;Male hog for service. Il

i;;( stands for peace in the community rang! ami I'olly Anderson breezedIn. N. U. Hull. Fla.

r' we can not but, feel! that the Iowa I'olly wag the newest bride in ,
; woman xva' justified in making the their set."Oh. FOR SALE.-One Ford 1SH6! model. !
: attack.-Apalac-hicola Time Pit" she cried. "I'm so' thrilledI perfect order, ready to run $230.;; EDGAR CYES Hog Cholera ControlledThere
can hardly speak, 1101)'" got a commission Ilriscoe Sales and Service Co. :
I, The "solid": \ : ;gold cup presented bv n first lieutenant and,! I'm I OpUeir\ Tested.JACKSONVlLLCrti.

' the kaiser to the American so prowl l of him I don't know what to LOST.-On" p.-.ir i automobile curtains. I

'5 r winning the varht races across the At- do! L n't It wonderful Finder return to Jos. E. Wilson, }I Broken ll&n.s..a is no necessity for farmers to I

" intlc In 1013! :) was broken up the other Porothy forgot nil about the bridge, Starke. 331tf.;: I Sams Dupltcate.d their
Day Racitvcd hogs die
as with
t day to use the gold for other pur club iiud lint dnw'u. I I W.5f>tci4liu on"Hml' Orders .W. Ply Po.t"e% cholera, nor is it worth wh}
I I. poses. Another example; of German "Flut )he'll b,> went away, won't he?" FOR SALE.-Oats in bundle; J1.50 \*: '10 w" roHsvrn aT to give them abscesses. There cats

"enieieni.v"ai unearthed when she iiuiTlid, vnetiely."Hi1 per hundred weight. II. L. Stevenson for are many
abscesses
;y.\t\ it Was: found the cup teas made of pewter coarse Htupld You dldnt "nup-, 1 Rising Farm, Starke. 6-7-lt. ; dirty syringes, impure serum td

e overlaid with n thin shell of gold.UIYAI.M po i' he'd' star ben. did you? No. Indeed I LINKS virus and a bungling operator.
'j' ';' : llfN going South a week from FOP. F\I.E.-Two: full-blooded rfghtered a
IN M{ TINE| : today for n while and, I suppose he Berkshire sows, 7 months! old. 1 LIVER PILLS The Interstate ,

will be sent ahrond! from there-ever Address P. O. Box :224: Lawtey, lrPal dr'0.rW:f' sstuoo Vaccine Co., of Kansas-1"
..l Loyalty in peace times and) Fla. Mo. bleed
; loyalty i-21Mt..
*o of them ( too _. their Hyper and
In tsar times are two di'-tint things.: ninny nre. car 00_tw' .... ....w...e"y.. hogs but one tim

Not much is required to pass, the loyalty for"How you, terrible dear'!" I'm so very sorry FOR SALE.-;Maxwell car, 1)1I1! TIll IIOIIQ fDORSanN-ro_"-,.-....-wnn hmNn- FA are second to none in purity and potenc* of se'

test when one's country i nut ;at "Well, you n..pln't11" I'm fa full equipment fine equipment And rum and virus. '
wars; a simple compliance with the *" : "
haw thoroughly ox-erhnuled. Good running 210 I'OlMl:
of pride over Huh nail love for my I'lGS
Ii, all that ia reitiired.'| condition. Trice $2:!:;,O. Bris-
country thrown In, that then* Flmplyl Call
Hut loyalty in war times is not a coe Sales & Service Co. Wth, on T. N. Kendrick of Starke FIorirfto
abo\ ,
l I-n't room for any nthi-r feeling. Don'twn.te corn : i lt.. hogs cat ,
passive! quality. At such a time ,m.tnay .< immune
be without loyalty and! still not nny .mr-athy; on me !I" BUSINESS I -(- th> ir heads off M, rx .jimkly. The hog your hogs for life at 42 cents per hundred '
"Hut, Polly you don't vent him to OPPORTUNITI'$6f4investment that takes two "r thn.months to
be disloyal. .\ person, of this type gv-roil sound as If yon really will buy a garage: inSt.irVe !,, get on full feed never brings you a pound hog, and no abscesses. For bookleton
will dJ nothing either enI.1
to assist
or to '
Tolly hold her proud 1 little! that is now earning $:!r\O to' profit. hog cholera write
< W. H.
harm his Stock Yards,
country lie will not Embry
give $:\toe' monthly or will sell half ,
Weber, than and back :a i When you are ready to
ever waked
himself" to his country's service and a UviSa.... HJ. shouts put your Cincinnati!, Ohio.
In-I I on feed,
ho will not contribute; financial tciir. nterg- begin! with the B!, A.
upport. -
"If 1'umn n really I",'.,.. her hii1"- - -- Thomas! flog Medicine. Use
Neither will hr Call
,r<" from, lining thiHe disrourage will' do oth- Imi I 1." "lii- b.'ir-in, st ti-i i'" :y. "she t ,dots> \FOR U.K.--One Ford Track( 1P17nvi ly and watch your shoats roune l'l.ltular.1! out Residence Phone No. 37.
i it- 'VI : One Ford Touring; Car, 1'MH! : into fat hugs in nine 1
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tut actually jiuitLi: -"tKlJji.r lilui. month--hoes
nothing treasonable' and ith
at' r Model: both in fine condition.I For'
will he do or say anything to !put' ISo >\ arms in ;Healthy ChildAll .".1'.. "!.nrapply: to ". M !nrig"t"-', high KUIIIR! as well 210 oxer pound il)0! ). pounds Figure the MMI, 11.1I'rallt a- I I T. N. KENDRICK.

jr heart in the fighting foneor t' ", children trouhlitl\ with wnrnn have .n unhealthy i .ike-! rit'Fin., : ., n. .v .\. itox 1 feeding and
hold the Nation in its: stri'g. < Y\\\\ color Which Imlkaix pour hkxxl. and a. a 1''17 : you will'c why"
t .. will /he: simply a passive T rulr. thire U more or lf" .nmmili disturbniinLKOVESTASrELF. i'2t2t.Tit : the B. A. Thomas ('- 't'lidn i- II; a't;{ I!' I

....'td 'hat k not teinll! la..: 'q,,. .1> fut twovr three weeks** chill will curk-li TONIC given,,,. blunt n-itularlv" I Ciilnna! That boat not Air.ct the Hdt mxe-fhieiit.' Try :;ieedin-: ni! y"ur
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"'" 0'1. .nint, YOftrc. to lb.whiter item. Nat -..,w]:.. .. I.' \ :; BKOMO,. ll.NI.SKi.Uu..tth.nor.hn.iV. ; more than peascd! WII'||! u-rund''
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4\ FRIDAY. JUNE:; 2S:! tltlr'! BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH STAKKE, }'LORID.r .\. i

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J R. Bryan teas a business visitortn Dryden Thrower came down from IILOMIAM WARD, JR. I L. G. PAVISTOLt'cnard : IIU....+ r

the metropolis Tuesday. Jacksonville\ Saturday to spend I a few' I ;
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days! wth his mother, :Mrs. O. A. :Major Bloxhnm Ward, infantry, U. George Davis, ot
Bits of Ford l top and back curtain for $10.( Thrower.Subsriptions. S. Army and :Mrs. Ward l. nnounce tltebiJ.th I, has been transferred I from t > 1 ttun'V.
Local Vu., to the aviation
$ i :M. Leviton Starke. of a son, Bloxham, Jr., on June pot, Dallas, T ''C. Mr. Davis rep enl 9 '
taken for daily papers lit, 1918 1. nt the Nursery. and Child's
O I L. :Moitt, of Jacksonville was via and magazines. Your order will be lI..pltlll.o.ew. York City. several .months ago.. _. I
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InformationL iting, ,relatives' in Starke Sunday, .. ._ '
IIpp1't.'iated.li":\ !Nannie Howell. -----. -- 1'01'UI'II1( III- FORDS
'Phone ill.III's. >. A JOLLY HOt'Si: PARTY
N. F.. Andreu, of Dinsmore, spent '
0... Ttu.4. 'II...,.,..... cwt in Starke visiting relatives The Ford Giiragt received its -
l 4 u. N ... c.... ..f T..... Siiiuiay : C. F. Sayles( who has been visiting On :Monday seven of Gninesville'scharming fourth shipment of Fords during' the +

:Miss Mamie Turner left for Jack here parents, ('01. and :Mrs. C. I.. misses of the younger net last sixty. dugs I'rulay, this lot Including i'

... ..onvillelon.lI1Y; where she has secured Peek, returned to her home in. :Miami will go to Lawtey HS the guests of one sedan sand I one truck. ,
jr position with Cohen's.: mi last Saturday. ;Miss :Miibel Edwards for a wei'k'a .- --
L. E. Jordan was a visitor to L.i\- Mi-I :. line, burn :Moonleft :Monday a house party The following mimed' TO 1IIEOIKRS: i ,

tey Sunday. ''"I' 'r.illahat.iiwhere I she will take ;Miss Emma Powell wlIt"he- guest I :Misses Allie :Mae and Ernn Ilnynes young! laities will go: ;Misses Lillian ,
--- a i-h'iM course in domestic science(' during last, week of Mrs L. E. ;Mose- returned Tuesday afternoon to their Glnss, Tossie Glass;( Lucy lro"k"n." I I desire to thank the voters of my 1

Jesse Alexander of Hampton, \vns ''ut the Woman's College. Miss Moore ley. of Kaiford. home; in Vidalia, Ga.. after a short nit' hutch inson. Lillian Jones', Kathery'n i precinct for the vote tendered me in 6 4
in Starke Wednesday.W. | won this scholarship for being the visit in StarKe with relatives.Mrs. : Tucker and Catherine I Davis., the primary of June 4th.

| must industrious girl in the canning S., T. Dowling, of Raiford l. was attending I All\ kinds of jollity has been \>lun.1 O.. V. BROOKS.__ i
B. Young wus a business visitor club! work of Bradford county She ; to business in Starke Mondayafternoon : : W. J. Grunt left :Monday for ned such as trips to Kingsley ,. ---- LTHTm| -- I
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to Hawthorne Tuesday. I has already] received high honors for home after' watermelon: cuttings, fish frys, and n IIlU.III'W: :; :; TANK;
I her St.
Augustine j
in
lot of fun I
|htr work since starting the course. big 1"'IIl'rlllly.-Cinin"ville
at the Cash and !I a visit in Starke with her PIII'ents.1 Sun. Juno :l'inl.!:! Contractor" \ Cooper has completed anew
Jnr' Tops Carry When: you decide, we'll help you figure l>r. and :Mrs. J. O. llaynes.Mrs _. '
"ture. ;Mrs. H. C. Richard Il'ftlon.IIlY; the cost: The Quigley Lumber & -- -- --- wati-i 'tank for L. C. Powell on

I night for Jacksonville, where she will Supply Co for improvements. ; Thornton, of :Manning Station, :-; )' '! ('i: TO DOG; O\\' :'iEll:'; I.I is f afin' just t beyond the city limits. ... + ;

:Mrs. Virginia Ward of Manning join her son, Sergeant Frank B. Laneremaining pent the week-end with her daughter: The dink has a capacity of 1,000) gallon f

station{ spent the week-end in Starke, with him until he has fullyr"co A. I). Andrews, one of Raiford's :III'!'. J. C. :Manning Notici1. is given to all dog owners'that -. (lining' :' u severe wind storm
guest of J. C. Manning and fumily. 'e"e" from the effects of an op- prominent business men was lookingnfter any dog found uninu//li I on the ..1'MM'nl' wi-i'ks ago the old! tank on \Mr.

oration for tonsilitis. business, in Starke ;Monday.Geo. :Mr. Cecil Cason, of. Cramp Scv ...r.So streets of Stiii'kr i'ti and 1 :ifti'i, July' 1'.." ,,11', pint' blew down and Mr. { 1w''
S. A. Bryan, of Raiford, was nt- C., is t-pending a short furlough at i l 1"t will bo shot Powt'll\ hud it ri'pliu-t'd. by, a larger -
''lIding' to business in Starke WedM. :Mutt :Marion Parker anti daughter White of Jacksonville was in his home in New. River. I, SILAS 1 KITE.:: :IoI'J'' hlll. .md lit'tli'i' stiiirtmv. .

.1''sday.. :Miss Ruth, and son--l'ruell1nn. have Starke Sunday on a visit with home- --

returned I from u pleasant visit ut Four folks. Mr. "'illial1l Sapp, of Cump Svvier, WWLWWWWAN
Cameron who i is employed at the Onku. :M. c':. :Misses Maude; and l ;MarieParker firei-nvilli: S. C., is home on u short
-hipynrcls in Jacksonville spent Sun will remain in North. Caroline The many friends of W. H. Under: furlough u
day in Starke with homefolks. until the end of the summer. hill will be glad to learn that he: isimproving "

from his recent: illness]\ Our line of Palm Bench suits will INDIVIDUAL CAR -

!SATURDAY 2oc; SI'F.l'1.1.100 Blanchard Law went to Jacksonville be' ,'I08t.0out\ at very low prices :
,items for the kitchen worth U5c to 50c.Ptarke Hr. :0..:. W. Francis, of Jacksonville,, Stump's.
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Wednesday to see his father Rev. W.
Hardware Co. visitor in Starke t

G. Law. Rev.who Laws is under friends medical will treatment hp- was:Monday a professional and Tuesday.Mr. :Mr. anti Mrs.: Ed. Colley\ were guests To the very smallest detail the Chevrolet reflects the k 1

L. H. Hill, of Lawtey was in Starke pleased to hear of his 'of :Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Colley, \ this I ideals
improvl'tcomli.: \ of the makers ,
aturday attending the meeting of the tion. : and :Mrs. Frank Colley, Willie week.! to produce a really high grade car at

executive committee. Epperson, Frances Colley and Dray- a popular price.

ton Colley motored to JacksonvilleSaturday. The Fire Girls Wednesday ,
T J. Alderman, of Lake Butler, was ;Mis. ,1./ I' Bennett returned to her \ I Cnmp at Kingsley lake spent enjoying: a That the Chevrolet i is more commonly compared with t
to business in Starke SaturMcssr huiiu' in Miami :Monday, after several I
011'mending;} w"'k'i.it in Stiirke with her sister,, ;Mr. and :Mrs. ;M. E. Wilson left {ol.1 delightful picnic. cars selling at much higher prices is justification (for the "r

?lrs. J.V.. Andrews, Sr. She was accompanied Whilein I
their home in Tumpu Monday -
.1.1t 1 Lithe Miss Mary Ella Edwards, of conscientious effort of its manufacturer, I
-. C. N. Cooper J. A. Ellington home ly, her< son and frtarke they! were guests of !Mr. and Sumner, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.! A. I

t and Martin Cooper left ;Monday daughter, :Mr. and ;Mrs A. Jones. :Mrs Jos. E. Wilson.Mr. 7.. ..Vlkins.Mrs. The new model Chevrolet "Four Ninety' Touring : I
work in that
Jacksonville to secure
i r: : 11 :Mrs :Nellie; Hugos l'ctll1'nell\ome, on : Roy Hess accompanied by Mrs ; Sarah ,Adkins of Lake: hotter, Car arid Roadster attain a standard of excellence uncommon I

Friday from a stay in Jacksonville. J. P. Lindsey: and, daughters, of Jacksonville spent part of this week with her son, of cars at these prices. This is a claim \\ t' would he ,
;Mrs by in I
StTgiMint; Frank Lane returned to Hughes was accompanied are spending a few day :Mr. A, /. Adkins. ?
1 amp Wheller, Ga., ;Monday morning :Miss Blanche Patishall. who spent Stnrke with relatives. I I delighted to provee could) a. k no greater favor than to
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the week-end at the home of ;Mrs. I .
after a short visit in Starke with ("Jury Rank; came up from Tnmpilast : do
Sara L. llamrick.Mrs. M.; II. Jordan returned yesterdayfrom so.
".Iutlve:,!. Saturday to visit his aunt :Mr.
Biloxi ;Miss, to resume his rein'swith J. W. ;Morgan. I i
forget your renewal to the ; :M. I.. Smith of the Bradford! the Young Trading Co., after Would( you have a good looking car? The Chevrolet "

"'ctorial Review anti the Woman's County Abstract Co., is atetnding. the spending his vacation with relatives. :Mrs. T. J. Griffin and sister, :MisAnnii' ha it in full measure. Would you have strength? I

Home Companion.. Price advances on Florida Title ;Men's Association at Darby, spent( Tuesday in Jack f t
but Ibt. ;Miss Xunie. Howell. Gainesville which meets there on the :Misses! Erna and Winifred Wylic, I sonville.Men's. Vanadium steel is used wherever unusual strength is re- .

:27th! and :28th. of palutka. will spend the week-end, 'I: itiired.| Would you have comfort? Proper spring' sus"t, .w

Mr*., A. W. Swaverly returned: lastk at Kingslcy lake guests: of ;Mr. and ; \ wool and cotton bathing)
from Lake Butler, where she :Mr. C. Armstrong( and sisters, ;Mrs W. Ii. Young.A suits ut Stump's. pension together with comfortable upholstering and) roominess '' I .. : '

week with her sister, who was ;Misses Ella and liertie of Madison, comfort-vv ishs the fullest e.VoulJ
pent a meet to >
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'musly! ill.-Leesburu Commercial were ,guests< nt the home of ;\1. and feed: jt'rimlerIn, 7-horse power R. II. Weaver of Raiford, was aI your t i
:Mrs. W. I.. Hall the latter part of the kerosene: engine tor sale. Staikc I I business visitor to Starke Wednesday.! I you have power and low upkeep? The wonderful valve- r ;j "

ors for hire, day or n lrht. Will go past week. : Hardware Co. ; I in-head motor with which each Chevrolet is equipped {( '
provides
"i .'inv place in the county. On duty W. W. Packhnm, of There Mu. wis t j
ill the time. Phone 09.; :Mike KlonMi ;Mr. and :Mrs., Jos. I K. Wilson motor- I Complete line of American tires on in Starke Friday Blending, to business, : power far i in excess of ordinary requirement( or emergency .\ '1,1'I
tour to Gainesville Thursday after hand Also have a few seconds to be I ,
noon.1'. Wilson will attend the sold nt reduced price Starka Vulcanizing Title Denmark of Raiford, spent< i 11 ''I ; and the diiect-application-of-powcr' principle, insures ""rI'

"- Ti. J. Andrews and children rev Florida Title :Men's Association whichis : Works. 1 I short \\hile in Stnrke Monday. maximum power on minimum fuel. Twenty miles (per gal- '
Gainesville f
after in session in
I' d I Sunday from Gainesville ---- Frulick and (f. : on is a common thing (for this Chevrolet. And the car is I II
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II' ding several weeks in that city -- :Messrs. L. n'l ::'t 0) rents rash for eggs, nt theand r "<11 {
'n .."hativv, and friends Stitch in Time a\'I'II-.mhnl".all Williams! well: known citizens of Carry Store fully equipped. g f1
------- tag exposure and repairs made !NVto western part of the county, were I I l lSuppose
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Mi :\. :Mitchell! and ,daughter rev your buildings saves material and trnnsncting! business in Starke Satur E. E. Stacey was attending to Im-i. i let us demonstrate th.it we have not t "
you .
the! rise in price. Quigley\ Lumber & ..
led to their home in \\'injthnm.Huda. < lay teas in Jacksonville Tuesday.Ki.iriM I \
Vidncilny. They were acv Supply Co. I ouerstated Chevrolet I ( quality I 's'
Jacksonville by Chas. H. Bloodworth, who was recently OH-ICKIJS;
nipanii'd') ;II i." fur us : : / :N or : : or
\li, 'loo' :3lt.hdI.visa ;Mr. and Mrs. John Thornton and inducted into the army has I II. \'. I'. I IT.) !si'Mm: :Mnr.Thi 1(;I ., I
daughter Miss Alice, of Raiford been transferred to the medical department !- : : FRANK E. [LAUTZ Chevrolet Dealer

Ruth Otwell returned to hern spent the week-end in Sturke with lie expect goon to he Senior branch. of the IlaptistYoiipnr :

mi' 111Ve t Pnlm Beach Tuesday relatives. granted a furlough and will visit the I I'ecipli" Union will hold! iu

horning,, after. spending the past two home folks. I, for the ensuing six months at ih Lake City, Fla. '
and Mrs.; J. Master; R. B. Goodbread and sister, i' night bur
o'eks in Starke with Mr.; KnptiHt church Sunday;
Isla Mae of Live Oak, are visiting The Presbyterian Sunday] School will inas .
nt 7 The "
I Peck. :noth m. program
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( their cousin, ;Mm. C. A. Knight, this enjoyed a picnic at ;Mrs J. :M.. Trut>y's |I' follows: I O. B. CLARK, I "

J It. ;Mt\nning, Manning; Station I week.Attorney. landing at Kingsley/ : lake on Thursday Albert, I DuboBo-President.Clifford SALESMAN BRADFORD COUNTY. \ '
va- the guest!: of ;\11'. J. C. Manning of this week. The swimming was I I Tatum-Lender for thenight. I I ,!aI
J. C. Poppell who has lee and bounteous spread was I
,md family Sunday. They formed l a i a partaken .
party to Kinjrsley lake where the day been ill for several weeks, Is now : of. |, 7 p. m. President in chair. I \

was- pleasantly spent. j greatly improved and his friend: I Hymn, "Onward, Christian Sol ::1- _
i pe to see him out in a few day: We will discontinue the redemption diers. P PIft

:\11'. and :\11'14. J. J. Smith left Starke i of TOPAZ Crowns July 1st of this I'rIlYl'1'-lIihlicnl Instructor. I SW' ........ .:. ..:. ..:.._ _, _
Wl'dneHdny11'; Smith going to Columbia Mrs. A. :M. Darby spent Wednesday )'I'ar. See that your crowns are in on ni''tion': of officers. h'lljl
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S. C., to join the army, and : in Brooker instructing the ladies of or before this date, otherwise they, I 7'J.::!:<. Lender in "charge. Topic, :Ift:111
Mrs. Smith to Jacksonville for a short I that city in two branches of Red Cross will not be redeemed Respectfully "Making': and Giving ;Money" intro
making and knittiniri --------I |1.8t.:! ''
work-garment The Topaz; Company
duced.Scripture I.
stay. I rf'udinll-llisR: Bessie Du-. lljl j BUY PEAS FOR HAY I !
and daughter,, i, Spanish pl'nnutsl'xil'nn; .Tune corn, :Mr. Joe Cnnovn come down from liOSC.
Chanccy
:Mrs II. W. '
!Tint Lena, returned to their: home in !''velvet benns and pea seed at Cash & Jacksonville Tuesday for a two dnys I Part I. "Making: ;\Ioney.-lliflll': ...
after a two Carry, Store. visit with his parents Mr. and :II,i's. Alvnrvx, 'I'i
inesville Wednesday Loremi I We offer while we have the stock; WhippoorwilJs -
J. ('II nova.11'; Canova is holdinga
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'ks visit with :Mrs. Hugh Brown- Part II. "Love of 'Iloney"-ritt: I"
Mrs. 11. T. Clark and little daughter position at the shipyards in Jack. Fern linsns $2.50; Burke County Clays $2.75; Irons !

Alma, of Hastintrs arc visitors sonville.\ I Part I""I"t :Money Repre I,it!: and Early Bunch Speckles $3.00 all f. bAt .
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'rq. A. II. Freeman ha* returned to at the home of Mrs.: G. C. ]KIIlI:;. sents"; -:Miss Doris. Law \
Vihassee: to he with her daughter Severn! parties spent Sunday ntKingsley I Pnrt IV. "God's part in :Moneyflaking"Miss I these prices you can afford to have shipment
L. A. Yates after spending] ev- 1 :Masters Jessie and Robert IIollalllnd l : lake, enjoying the fine bnthing. I : N'etie pubonp. r,
weeks at Auburn, Ala., with her are! K'-2Sts of their Runt, Mrs. H. O. ;Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott, :Mr j j I, Purr V "M'irvyi' m in ('hri.tim"' made by express. Order now. ,
E. T. King, of Brunswick. Ga.; :Mr :, .t
at Fort Sheri- Smith.A RlllhI""r.- /
who i iSI now
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Kdwin; ..
It. ..I1.. r.lwllrllIis l'!! Gladys; Pro-, Pi, '. I I 'of /J 1 ,.' C. P. DANIEL'S SONSWAYNESBORO I : '
summer sale of ladies and ehlMi <-ott and Kathleen Alvarez ;\11"-' VV I MM

\ Peele! of Brunswick. Ga., was i, ren's hat. Worth $::1 to $1.1iO.) going Harold Wall anti Guy Prescottpi n',, ":'pe"nt' + GA. \l ,
:r *<. Wednesday. ;Mr. Pcele is a for $1.23: to $LOS at Stump's.I the day at :Magnolia Lodge' the sun ?th! "III( ,
of :Mr. J. :M. Alvarez.
n.;1 county boy who has tf'envor..at I mer cottage 111 J A At \
I Brunswick for some time r I ;\ .1. O. Fralick wa a visitor to ,
and \ and Providence ;Mr. and :Mrs II. Tomlinson! of I I.i' Iii! . - .__1 'i j
nner" in the city Uncle on Sam's the day call men-for ,: luring Worthington the week.Springs Butler, were visitors to StarkeWednesday : -:- :- -...=. --_--.:-::,,-: -: co [II.I. ,I.'.
answer 'f
rimy and were guests nt h .
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vice I :III'brnm Be' ant. of Jacksonville home of Mr. anti ;Mrs. E. R. Popp' .................................................... ,
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Friends will be glad know '
house party, which pent Tuesday and Wednesday '\
WiJ1 f'e'n't little little son of :Mr. and :Mrs. Poi.pell .. 4 .
ALWAYS
RI- with relatives. BE
Ta'Me ClK ioye-l"' on at Kingsl'y;Mrs. H.lak C. for in Starke is now greatly improved' ], after :. PREPARED .:

trt next o weeks ii composed of: Chas A. Rowand. Jr., returned Sunday serious illness. : "I' Fire Inxururicr and com to in j .
and :* EM; Johns, :'>11'. and night to duty at Camp ;Meade, after + \
tics '*. W'*Anderson :Miss Inez An- several day with his parent here. Calvin Johns" and from Bryant serious Ward ha > ++ f""" ...,;'..:.;.,\'"'.0:_.:.. :e- 'tIt--' =- -=- 'II pet it. MI, that you\ may KX'VV' *
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JP -s" I narrow esrnpe injui "' you are reliably insured. *
and .t Ellery Davis : v -'f.: :t..J f1/ Nir
Mr. O. B. Gordon and family of Wednesday morning when.th" hn" I
v': -- I visitor to Starke on hey: were driving became frighten + t4; .*. ,. ::.., J. :::_JI neglect HO important a thug as :
at ..
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Day were + ;)f
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Sunefy ., '
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and ran away with on . ( ice
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> llethorlis> 'church. A ypecuil pro. "Wednesday. : ?': protection of your house :
Just before the railway crossing! wreached .
S 'J- .fn--n arranged; anti e\ery- i the animal slipped! on th, I ,'./1'f-_ and its contents. Then. i,
to attend. F.pv.J Luther Powell U. S. N., "p,'nt ;Monday ( ;; H nn i"c- 2
invited
0' v ''. pavement and moderated his "pl..1>l : 7.,. jf'JI iCY
Starke with relatives. CUM whatever for \llth..ul.
Barr urges; the Florida pt- in enabling; the boys to bring him un"l' ++++++++++++++++++++++ ;.. .,.,'" being .

*' fi", irtrt, the orphans "ove"'r Charlie Bensley of Jacksonville, ontrol. : COMPARISON i .. .:.:... ..;_co'". I insurance H* the coat )i., -,-I'trht.. .:

-pent Monday in Starka.i : o ". : ;,".1-;. /w It it better to think of th,- things +
nf the
A social event par .
pleasant
=hawr ;in,! C.. C. IlutchersonIV week was informal dine" given Tth it '\"el \ I II F ct mi 'trfson. f t "il. :t! : .. : ; . ), .it NOW whip there i i- ;. ..t 'innm! : t
Turner last week '' an . ))1 .
'rlnesiia.\ for Bull Gap Tenn. i 'Mi** Corry spent ,.inj ,ilitv o( nor .| .-
E Wi' to i iii| .
home of :Mrs.' .IMS.' :J:: as pr .
*" spacious than 'I' +
+
hex tilt! open n canning fac- ''at Mew Riverisitinsr; relatives I linn on Cherry St.! Friday ', oning 'f + choii. .. Mm'' ofGROCERIES + +. .. . . .'.-:( 11' to "' 4 i'i 1 i' yj'Jr +
'Kjn olnif. ;Mr. Shaver had a I + I h,if- :
+
outfit for \ !net week. Dancing was enfnv''Iintil I IYfin ::
Starke "raccheap. :
canning
hit! A large
en' otful I season at delicioumelons :J::
and
with the Starke hard-acre Co. i| a late hour +
u .1' i.i well pleased \ere serve,) during the oonr-n" of hn C+ nt'td! ll.im-- rr>,it hat + i JOS. WILSON i

Guy Prescott and! sister, 3fiss 1 I evening.. Among th'>.e present wrr" : :j :$:: ib...m.I :+:
thnc.pnd! in Stnrkp.P. I 'fl.| .". <\1'\\wriipd Kath.nIv:1r"7.! it A lift cAmparine>> i ur gooiM and J
of ;M'- Edwin ( 'nrl '! pent :
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it "II if' intorc-t FLORIDA
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'- 11 ni now af'endi",, :: theji-" ,, ., <".,11.! ". -f J.i'k, 'i"";'n it.n' "' ('.*\ : HH'1 if'1. Of ..lilt.T KNOW why we hwe no fear J::: -,
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r. FRIDAY JUNE 28
1918
W BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLOR1DX

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: i I Yi demand the most complete support of ..- day were, Mr. II Kosenl urg and family afternoon. r this week.
Tut when"hM rorjntry"ralM and db Bailey :Mrs. Nat Roberts
County Telegraph Roberts, Thelma and little
l I every one of its citizens. Passive Mr. B. D. Harrel and family, Mr. Misses Jessie daulth
the call himself she knows he Wednesday ter, Blanche, are
hears She lite Chastain spent spending011l'
I, = .. Inyalty-the loyalty of << times A. Sullivan and family, Meses.Vi1 and ttm
.. -.--- peace
:: : := If he deaf' to that call Worthington with relatives in Tampa
must /go. were , pleasantly at .
i II": not sufficient. The brand of loyalty lie Andrews, D. remberg: Loc Roberts very
ied Weekly, and entered as arc.Hitans and "she, Is a true American w.ian. and J. II. Chafctain. Springs ;i,: Mrs. M. J. Sapp, of New Rhq

I \ : matter at the post-office at I| |m-ils i she could 1 never feel really proud of I ;Mrs. Tom Townsend and children Mithfllie ChAstain of Luke City, I' Mai the guest of Miss Thelma Bad! ,i, \

Stark*. Florida. necessary, that his country may be him again. You understand how It Is, are visiting relatives in Gainesville. is the guest of Miss Jessie Roberts Sunday

victorious i in the great conflict. Dorothy you must feel the same Mrs. S. A. :Maddox, of Coleman, Ga.
nhout Tom. Every true woman -
"t Ji. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner ;Most of us can not go into the fighting yourself does.' .' is visiting her brotherV.. M. Over- ...................................................+
i :J. C. ROBINSON: : forct'i; mOlt of us can not enter street.
Associate Editor. Dorothy sat very still, but when .
into those industries directly connected Miss Allie Loughrcy! who has been .
I Polly rose to /go, she kissed her witha :
with the war, but all of us can visiting Miss Winnie Townsend at .
i show our neighbors that we have the new respect la her manner. She Orange Springs has returned to Lake .. ..
a ,!,19/8 jriLf. INIB 1918] right brand of patriotism. hail quit forgotten the bridge club. Butler. .
Tom home trifle earlier .
When carne n .
,[VijrK Nor. ..!u iTJW"f pm*.**VTT.J 111"X*%ill Our government is urging upon us than usual he found his wife ;Sirs Ambrose and Miss Inez Mar-
the, necessity' of imving us an eosentuil key with their ukeles motored over to
51' 1l' to victory. We are told that thereis seated before a fire In the living room. Worthington Springs with their horse I DEPARTMENT STORE I

t j not enough man power and not sufficient busily winding yarn and buggy early Sunday morning, returning HULL'S
materials in the country to win ."Why, Pot, what are you doing? late in the afternoon. They
2345675! > .
., ::"Starting: sweater for you to takeaway
t' It quick victory if we continue to use report a very enjoyable time. .
thin man and these materials with you," she returned Miss Mollie Thomas spent Sunday .
power .

1 r: I 9 10 11 t 12il3,14J5. us we out did that before there the are war.now It more is pointed than- promptly.Then, at his look of amazement, with. Mrs Noah Taylor at Worthington. : Home-made bacon, the very finest. .:

N ) ) ) the and Navy, she ran to him, find seizing the lapelsof .. .
! 16l1l8 20 1j22 2,0(10.000) men in Army Misses Henrietta and Estelle Ros .
+ and) that by August t this number will hU coat, almost fiercely, looked up enberg spent the week-end with Mrs. 2 Both No. 2 and No 3 cans. Extra nice soldered :

$ 3 24 8'29t. \iu increased to :,000OO/ ( with a steady Into his face" nppeallnffly. Sabol in Gainesville
25126.12 "I've been all Tom," "she, told Id' .
addition to that number from then on, wrong Mr. Charley Savage spent a few caps, so :
. Themmen not only cease to be produces I him "I didn't understand how. It seas days with his family this week. .

but they become consumers on Of ('ollr..e'ou've pot to /go-I didn't Mr. Arch Proctor walked down thestreet :. The very best to be had in staple groceries. :
felt about this thingor
how
realize men
Young man, go to war, go to jail, orgo u vast scale. the other day with his "hat .
Jacksonville, Thus it is that we are urged! to women cither, for that matter! off." Don't know who he was honor : .

', '" to ---.-- buy only those things which we needin But now I see It all, Just as!! plain as ing, the hot weather we suppose. A splendid assortment of crockery and enamel. :

, : Bradford county will do herself order that we shall not use up lab lily, and I want you to go as soon as Mrs. Friday and interesting children ed ware. These last have been classed by the :
*
I got
and waste materials and transportation you're r''II.ly-1'1f help you every bit
r proud raising peanuts this year or of Brooksville, are visiting her
I so vitally necessary to the cnn too!I" parents Dr. and Mrs. B. p. Wilson I :: ernment as Non-essentials. Enough said. If you :
The fourth Liberty Loan to be floated Government in its war work and so Tom stared at her for a moment. Mr. A. D. Zacharias will sell ice
need them in the the
I In October will be for six billion much needed' In the manufacture of Then he caught her !In his arms and cream' all day Thursday for the benefit expect to next year time to j

K dollars. Get.. ready things essential to the health and efficiency held, her so close that she could scarcely of the Red Cross He will not sell : buy is now. +.

--- of our citizens. breathe ,sell cold drinks that day, except .
a The only thing that keeps the ", peed.er'lI any
Jy following; the Government's request "I cnn't leave yon, darling-I simplycan't the and, the entire proceedswill :
life in Staike from being one of to produce to our maximum ca 'I" he 'whispered, and waited for cream, We only mention these few items, but we have :
be given to the Red Cross fund.
joy is the-----e---mayor's $l and costs pacity und to consume as little as pos the expected acquiescence. But Dorothy The fire alarm was sounded' Sunday : a good stock of goods to select from. :.

A The "Heaven He&towed"'on Ilin1 sible, we shall give practical expression pushed hint nway and looked night, when' all reached the :

1 Jenburg apparently cannot get; in to our loyalty-a militant loyalty straight into his eyes again scene the jail was in flames. The on Buy War Savings Stamps today Z
ouch with headquarters| these days. the brand, which stamps us as being "1''''', yon can, dear" she Bald with ly occupant, a negro man, narrowly tomorrow, .

i willing to do our part at home a, new firmness. "I wouldn't have you escaped death. next month and as long as you can get them. :

.1 I A Tennessee' school teacher has set by sacrificing, by getting down to a stay for anything In the world now, Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Crews, of Gil .. .

i:- 11 record for women war workers by war basis, by backing up our Government and, I never loved you half no muchas ford, spent t9.: day here last Tuesday .
snowing six acres of hay in one day. with ail our strength. With our I do at this minute It's the only i a

tr\ Germany's--foremost---naval critic money savings we cun then buy War thing to do and If ether women can Among those who visited Salt N. B. HULL. i

: with the admission Savings Stamps and perform a dou- give their men tip, I guest I ton, {eo. Springs last week were, Messrs. ,\'. .
now comes out
f. '-...,..r that (Germany' submarine, campaign bin service by giving the governmentthe I'm proud that you want to go-It C. Townsend, Rev. Hendrix, Ton! .. Zi
, labor and materials so much needed would break my heart to have you feel Townsend and Tommie Hewitt. .
MS! a rank failure,
t I for war purposes which MP have a slacker, now that I understand. I Mrs. D. Rabin owitz and children, .
-
. 'Will' Alru'hu.i' county win first refrained from tiding, That is loyal. was one myself this morning, but I'm of Gainesville! spent Sunday with her .. ..

ili, prize at State Fnir in I)18! ?"-Head- I ty. not any more." sister, :Mrs Sam Singer i .

, line in Gainesville; Sun. :Not< if Bradford --- -' After a few!' tnlnntes', intermission, i i"h'e Mrs.; Johnson and baby: of Trenton, .' ..*.**.*..*....*.......*..#***...**..*...*.*.....sI. ..
added "I unhappyIn
? 4 county con help it. : never was so are visiting her parents' Dr. and ;Mrs
v --. _____ my life. This morning I wanted B. P. Wilson.
i Today is National- War Savings WOMAN'S VICTORY you h Te. Now I love you too muchto Miss Evelyn; Bennett' returned last t + +++++t+++++++t++++++++++++t++++++++++++t++++++++

Day Pledgeyourself, to buy us many keep you from going. Ajjnn't women Tuesday after' II pleasant visit with I i

stamps as you possibly can betweennow queer?" Mrs. F. ('. Hlwes und family in Jack
und December :iitfct.Someono "No, they're wonderful," he returned sonville.fpv. t

{ ----- -e- By KITTY PARSONS. promptly. "Hflft' yon are the most ,11'h: -,, r,. -\ Di-indon: of i i
.i has chance to do his
; + n wonderful one cf nil 1" Jnii'sf.mille: a.(> spending a few days
country a good turn and also win a And she didn't even deny It. with KL-V and :firs S. I. Hendr-jc .
$1,000 prize by locating the German ... SIT DOWN AND THINK
submarine buse on our coast. (Copyrlifhl. mis, by the MiXlur Nowspaper -- -- -- -- There will be preaching nt the I IT OVER !
t --. Syndicate,) LAKE; I BUTLER ITEMS :Methodi-t church next Sunday eve

The Kaiser, has made the boast that wouldn't want June 2(1.(! Mr. W. ;M.Qteistrcet ning.
"If jo love me, you Luke!: Butler -
2"' he would eat dinner in Paris today to no to Marl I 1 don't stet It at all.You'ru and sister, ;Miss ;Maddox, Mrs. Walter Edwards and children, : An Irishman bought a return ticket to St. Louis
Eastman
Here's hoping he will be in the front : Ga., are \isting! :Mr. Virgil
married, and even If I'm not spent the day with Mrs. Ware in i and didn't back.
What
come did
5 ranks when the advance begins. Edwards und\ family. he save? !
i e eI _____--- dependent on you I don't aunt you togo Worthington Sunday. ;Mrs. R. R. Richard, of Gainesville, +
New' York couples are showing their 1 jou'll be drafted If they need you ;Mr. Chas. T. Itarrett was a visitorin is vl8iUnrelati"c8/ here.Mr. .

I'b' patriotism by banishing, all German badly enough I cun't understand the Inverness lust Sunday and ;\on.1 John Richard, of Camp Wheel- Germany

r wedding/ music usually used at such May you feel nt all-you Just can't dIY. e.r was in Lake Butler this week visiting go. i
I r. '. ceremonies and using the good old cure about niP, Hint's nltr! The words' :Mrs. I'';. t.ondholtz: has as her guest relatives : What did he save?

r': American brand cnnic In a rush unit. the girl who had this week her mother and sister, :Mrs :Mrs. T.l C'. Ewes:: iinl daughter i
------.---- spoken was trembling, with excitement and ;Miss Williams. i
Miss Frances, who have been visiting !' An Italian
9.- Owing to the high prices of ice St. tail on the verge of tears. Mrs W. H. IJlake, now a residentof Mr.; and :Mrs. .1. E. Harper returned bought an eight-day clock with the

Cloud citizens have petitioned the "Tou'ro right, dear, yon don't un Jacksonville! spent several' days to their home III Jacksonville, last Sun- j: second hand gone. It gained fifty-five minutes
council to take over the ice plant and derstand." nereed her husband "You .i'; the guest of ;Mrs. ;Mattie ;Markey. I] every
day. : I
operate it in cuncctlon with the municipal Know perfectly well that I do care Mrs Louis Taylor, of Jacksonville, Mr. \.... A. Bailey, who is employed I + hour. How long did it take to let a whole Dago?

; light plot about you, but hero's ppoclul cull spent several days here last week, nt Jacksonville, spent Tuesday with : These
--- -- -e--- I problems
been' called the bedside of
Living to are easily
figured out "com-
The for men !In my line of work Just now, his! family.Miss ,
present" day bathing costumes
are B dt'ddIfllrt/ at making both and' I feel! more like n slacker every her ill. mother' Mrs.; Knight, who Is'l'I'y I Jessie Roberts spent the i: pared to who sells the best Lumber and Build t

tiny' I stay anay. Can't you see how I end, at Lake City, the of we'k-I
guest f
ends
meet in the middle) in that its :Mr./ Jay Alderman spent Friday nndHtut'day : ing Material at the Lowest Price"
? One is allyou've
, !I. ,difficult to decide. when each end feel l>orothy? in Jacksonville attendingto I Shellie Chastain. guess +

," loaves ofT' -I't. Pierce Tribune. 'No, I cnu't Just see It, but If yon business. Mr. S'eberVsom, of Brooker, i got, but if you guess the name below you'llhit
;. --- ---. ---. want to K" you needa't stay on my ac : was a visitor to Lake Butler Sunday I
Germans: call our marines the "Pt'I \. count I tliiiiiKlit a man's wrfo usually ;Mrs. Iva Sprinkle and family bravo I f the target square in the center. Then we'll do

I 1-: il Dugs.Vc; call n dog which chases Clime first, but I guess' I'm wrong. Ity returned home ,after spending sometime READ THE I ++ the rest. '
at Salt Sprinjt's.Irs.; Sprinkle
II rabbit a "rabbit, dog Hence we all moans, go, If you want to leave I +. ,
.
the and fishing is fine
bathing
; -.ivs
; Suppose the name the Huns give our tae I" Sit Down And Think It Over.
: ) fighters i is profl'r.-St. Petersburg mad she expects to return in a few NEWYORKHERALD
't. "You're talking nonsense, Dorothy I

Times. And ('t' course you know If ;you put up l.ys.Miss: Maude Hunter left :Monday I

,, q The engineer who sent his engine Hint sort of on argument I won't goat -- morning for Worthington to be with ITS LOYALTY HAS NEVER QUIGLEY [LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.O
leant, not until I'm needed more
;
.1 tff crashing into a (circus train on n long her aunt, Mrs. Surrency' who is ill
straight stretch (If track, practically than I am now. I wish you did not :Mr. Ware, of Worthington, visited BEEN QUESTIONED +

wiping out the entire personnel of the feel ns you do," he went on, with an I her daulI'hter11'8; W. ,:M. Overstreet, :t
1' chow, should be hanged tWp same us attempt at cheerfulness, "hut It can't (I last week =- "FOR IMPROVEMENTS.

i any other common murderer he helped I suppose. I'm off for town ;\Ir.llIx Wilson left Sunday for I COFFINS CASKETSAnd i

.-- now-It's late, tmi. Good-by." Ocala, where he has gone to take a full line ofUndertakers' + i
.p f d1 Germany thought to frighten; the Dorothy caught her breath In a sob charge of his brother's drug store. + +

1 American people by her submarine 118 she notched him disappear down The latter has answered the call to the Supplies + ++

campaign operations off the American the path It Mn* thp first time In two colors. Automobile Hearse. 1

coast. During the first two weeks of years that they had been married that Among those who visited Worthington I Always on hand The best service ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++ :

the submarine operations. enlistment Tom hud l gone off without kissing her Springs from Lake Butler Sun. at the lowest prices. Specitl I
in the increased by :a7,71.
navy______. .o_ good-by. attention to telegraph orders t
It was with a sense ofdefeat rather
r ,I, According to n South Florida contemporary ---
'i / than victory that Dorothy went about CLASSIFIED
lows Registered
J"f. an man was soundly' Embalmer
t thrashed his her household duties that morning.
c bv wife because ho failed -
I II, ;4 to pay his subscription to his local Just us she Will starting for the DeWITT C. JONES H
{ ,- newspaper. While this bridge club that afternoon, the doorbell REGISTERED Male hog for service.N. . !

1/\/ stands for pence in the community newspaper, rung and folly Anderson breezed' U. Hull. Starke.EDGAR Fla.

,\ fr'" we con not but fl'thllt\ the Iowa In. folly was the newest bride In -i _-

woman was justified in making) the their set. FOR SALE.-One Ford, 1916 model -

d; attack.-.\paliuhicola Times. "OIi. lint" she crleil. "I'm so thrilledI perfect order, ready to run, $JoO.IJriscoe ;; EYES Hog Cholera Controlled
, t Hob's Sales and Service
cnn hardly speak got a commission Co.
(w The "-R 'Ii
) , the kaiser to the American; KII |proud of him I don't know hilt to JOST.-One p.ir automobile curtains. .JACKSON VI LLE-rTU. I

J :9: winning' the yacht races across the At- dot' Isn't It wonderful Finder return to Jos. E. Wilson, Broker Lenses Duplicated There is no necessity for farmers to I

' ';. :intlc In 1015 "'ns broken up the other Dorothy forgot nil about the bridge Stark 531tf. I Same Day a.s RaCleyed their hogs die

s \ day to use. the gold for other pur- chili mid sat down. m j II I I I W,5f> .1' .. pases. Another FOR SALE.-Oats In bundle $1.50 I *: .40 w roBSYTM tr to them
:;! crumple of German "But 111.1I"\ > Beat' away, won't he? ; give abscesses. There cats
. ( flicienMW unearthed when she. 'ipt'ili'ilacncly.. per hundred weight. 11. L. for are many

j 1t 5 It Was found the sup| was made of pewter "iif Coarse. !stupid You dldnt eupp son, Rising Form, Starke. steven-I abscesses; dirty syringes, impure serum 'd

. : overlaid with, _a .thin' _shell_of gold. i> h1 l stay here, did you? No. Indeed LANKSLIVER virus and a bungling
.. 1 i i m. A --Tj- FOR I.E"-TwD full-blooded I I operator.
[;11 He's going South a week from registered L .
'i LOV\L"t| IN: ; \\\1| 'ff\n; Berkshire sows, 7 months old, )
ill'' today for a whllo and I nupposo he pILLS The Interstate
will bo sent nhnmd from there -ever Address P. O. Box 2J4: Luwtey, ewaStW'0.r 4"n .'I.Raommj Vaccine Co., of Kansas': ty'
1, Loyalty in peace turns. :cud I lo.valty Kla. 628It.: MailqLw.., ... j .-a Mo. bleed their
no ninny of them are" ea b K 1_ -_. W s-... Hyper hogs but tim and
in war times ure two di-.tinu one
things. ::.::: : -'.
l ,, :Not much is required to pa-s the ]loyalty for"How you. terrible diMir"1! I'm no very sorry FOR S.LE.laxwelJ car, 1916! !--'IJP1IA1Nro..ro:. .., ,,'.':.v..5r(a are second to none in purity and potenc of serum -

test when one's country ,< not ;at ""Well you n.In.tIt'! I'm so full equipment, fine equipment and and virus. i
war; simple compliance with the law ,
thoroughly overhauled Good run. 210 roi'Mi
of l'ol I'IGS'h /
I pride over sad love" for my
is nil that \i rciiiired.But | ning condition.! Price $:':;dBris-
thrown In, that there simplyIsn't Call
'f loyalty in utitimes is not IIpani'e country room for nay other feeling. Don't coe Sales & Service Co. corn al-p; i I, t t-. hops eat on T. N. Kendrick of Starke, Florid'to;

be quality.without U such a time oar waste any Sympathy on me !" -- thin heads off MIJ 'imkly. The hoc immune your hogs for life at 42 cents hun
may loyalty and still nuthe BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. per
( that
"Hitt, Tolly, don't him to ( takes two ",r three months
n you want to dred
I disloyal. .\ person of this type l>n-von xoiitid as If von really iftd." investment will buy u garage in ftet on lull few! never brings you nprofit. pound hog, and no abscesses. For bookleton
will nothing either
di I to assist or to St.irke that is earning Jt)0)t to .
now $: :
hog
I Tolly hold' her proud little head cholera
harm his country lie will not gihimself \ .- $::11"1>(> monthly, or will sell ., half When write W. H. Embry, Stock Yards-
M Ui-r than over and winked back you are ready to
<: 11holl.
hp will not to his contribute eotmtrv': financial service 1 support and- .. UviSa.... F.,i -nLcrg. in-I I nhuuts on feed beginith the put li your. A. Cincinnati!, Ohio.

"If woman really l"\vs her hus- -- -- -- Th. mas' Hog Medicine t Use regularly
Neither will ho a Call
;, miv 111"1: |. One Ford TouiiiiLCar., : 101H :, into fat hogs nine '
nut uttuulti.:; outt.a: j't cUjag Hjii.INu in monthhogs
'II nothing treasonable" and neithi > :Model!: both in tine condition Fori IIl i
', will he ilo or any anything to put Worn lit a Healthy C lId .. ...' ..'Hrx" "njwdl o\ er :2DO juunuN u'ul, ( as t T.
) i :ipplv to c. :?'i. !)rig: high m 210 pound' J'lgure the ': N. KENDRICK.
heart In the fighting forte or t. 'ii.. All children troubled with worms have an unhealthy I lake Pit'-r.' Fin. R''c .\. feeding and average -
Box 1
hold the Nation In its "- color,vhu.h: ImlUucc Mori| | sail you u.ll: -.e why I
's. stri'e>>. ''I' pour a> a 1 ::7 '' .,
t ""ill'Je ,. ( , role, there U more or I,*" .tnmaiti dlsturluinr'1CRUVE -- : the C A. Th .MH-: rndietnr I !i- a enl i v
/ pauiven
simply a j '
S TASrELttW chill TONIC nlvn..",,,111.1) Vie Ciiliilno That toes line-tent.: \ Try ;f.-c-lin'), i j
nor ilfsct the Head out'
ti ,hafr 'is.roc being: 1'Y.. qrr fur twoor three weeks will nrioh tie blond Ire .. 'v 'ur
,
,. hugs 0" th, ., ,1
D'n'i ,
d| if ,
--\P prove ib.lUitniloit, and act is a '-"r"IS/I"' Tit, d It. tmie sL'ril'uVr rim's LAX" :,01 :u. not I I
.piti: singTunfetothewhd.5.trm. Ncwl.. U BRUMO UlII; ordinary more than pleased, *o will! "l'fund'' i
Q1"i u a cud duel not
thryyjc" r 4IIpelth.Wufm5.ndih' l .,'fiUJ will\ t any : 'n head. : 'm.rjH caunv.c ch nrrvouaow. lull ""m.*.nor...1 the cost of the medicine. J. W White IJ
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-- I ,I. R. Bryan was a business visitort Dryden Thrower came down from ULOXII.nl(111. JR. I L. G. II.\\'N.1.4) 1LL 1 811

t.. metropolis Tuesday. .Incksonville/ Saturday spend a few I I '
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I g days \th his mother ;Mis. O. A. :Major Bloxhiininnl.l, Infantry, U. I.e.'niird' George Davis' 01 bt'

Bits of LocalInformation i./ I Ford l top and back curtain for $10. Thrower.Subsriptitino. S, .Army and :Mrs\ Ward 1. nnounc the I has. been tinnsferred from t ,a
tun.'n.., to the aviation
I :M l Lenten, Starke. birth (IfI son, ltlo\ham Jr, on June rep.
taken for daily papers! It.!, nilS. at the :Nursery: ami eh iIl's, pot Dallas, Tex ;Mr. l>avl enl
I O. 1 I.. ;Moitt.of Jacksonville WaS viai several nlnth"1100..
| and majla.lim's.0111': order will be Ilnspitnl, :New: York City. I
relatives Starke Sunday. .. .- -
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i lung appreciated Miss: =Nannie" Howc. I l-'OI'n"IIl'\I' (r-'fI1WS

LL b.aI I :N F.ncll"'u, of Dinamore, spentMindiij Phone Tit. v JOLLY JltH'SrI'IU: \'

Ct..J/...4 N..u..r.., ,. )..H,.. ..wray. / in Starke visiting relatives.MI.SS The Ford Garage received its "
c..w.ar T... Mrs. C. F. Sajles, who has been visiting On Monday seven of Gainesville's fourth shipment of Folds during the

: :Mamie Turner left for Jacksonville here l>arents, ('01. And :Mrs. C. L. charming: misses of the younger. set last. sixty days Friday, this lot In- 's. 3L

woo --4 ..... Monday where she bus secured Perk returned to her home in :Miamien will go to Lnwtey as the guests of eluding one sedan and one truck '.
a position with Cohen's. last Saturday. Miss ;Mabel> IMwnrds: for a week's I .- --
L E. Jordan was a visitor tu La \\'- :MiUuiliniH. :Moore It.ftIonday: house party. The following named, 10 HIE! \'nl'r-n;

tey Sunday ri n' T.dl.ihussi-i; where she will take Miss Emma Powell was the guest I :Misses Allie :Mae and Eras Haynes young ladies' will go ;MixHes Lillian

,i fh'nt cuurst- In domestic science during last week of :Mrs. L. E. ;Mose- returned; Tuesday afternoon to their Glass, Testtie Glass, Lucy Brooks, Annie 1 desire to thank the voters of my ",F y
Jesse Alexander of Hampton, wns 'nt the Woman's College. Miss ;Moore ley, of Uniford. home in Vidaliu. Ga., after a short Ilutchinson. Lillian Jones Kath- precinct! for the vote tendered me in I
in Starke Wednesday. i w "n this: scholarship for being the visit in Starke with relatives. erjn Tucker and Catherine Davis. the !primary of June 4th.
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I must industrious girl in the canningclub S. T. Cowling, of Kaiford was attending I All kinds of jollity has been planned O. V. BROOKS
\V. n. Young was a business visitor work of Bradford county. She to business in Starke ;Monday for such as trips to Kingsley lake, I -.--.-- t t tlll'II.DS
Mrs. W. J. Grant left :Monday
ti" Hawthorne Tuesday. I has already received high honors for uftcinoon. watermelon cuttings, lixh fry", and a'
I :NEW: TANKContractor :
her home in St. Augustine, after
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work since stalling the course. big lot of fun A'1'n'rnlly.-UaI111'M\'III.; !
Jar/ Tops at the Cash and I! 01\ visit, in Starke with her parents, Sun June :LMr.l.:
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Carry .
When decide we'll help figure has
you you Ill'l and :Mrs. J. 0. Haynos.Mrs Cooper completed a
"ture :Mrs. II. C. Richard left :Monday the ('Ol t. The Quigley Lumber & ---- -- --- ne\\ tinier tank for I.. C. Powell on '

I night for Jacksonville, where she will Supply Co for improvements. Thointon of :Manning Station, :\OTICi 1': 10 DOG) ; OHM: I-f:Its Its farm", pat| beyond. the! city limits. _
:Mrs Virginia Ward, of :Manning' join her son, Sergeant Frank B. Lane, I the weekend with her daughter, 'rht' 'lank ha- a a capacity of 4,000( gallo i: '

station, spent the week-end in Starke, remaining with him until he has fully A, I O. Andrews, one of K.jiford'g spent;\11'''. 1. C. :Manning.Mr. Not it',' is given to all dog ao ii..it 1'iiiniK' a severe wind storm V
guest of J. C. Manning and family.S recovered from the effects of an operation prominent business men was looking that any dog found '11111I111 '1..01', on tin "i'\euil neck., ago the old tank on Mr. i j' '

for tonsilitis." /after business in Starke Monday. : Cecil (Cason of Camp Sevier.S. streets ol Stark': "m mil ::ilti,.,i JiilvIr.t I'.iweir- pbue blew down and Mr. \
A. Bryan of Kaiford, at- / Mill 1 be, shut .
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was Powell had it replaeod/ by, a larger !
C., is spending! short furlough at
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',.tiding to business in Starke Wed- ;Mr- ;Marion Parker and daughter Geo. White of Jacksonville.. Inttl'he his home in =New" River.Mr SII...\.-; /KITP:, :M.nsluil: : mil bettiM stiiieture,. .

a.sday--. ;Miss Ruth and son, Trueman, have Sunday on a visit with home- I l t

it-turned from a pleasant visit at Four folks. I William Snpp, of Camp :Sovier: I ,.
M. Cameron, who is employed at the Oaks, N. C. :Misses
:Maude and 1 Marie; Greenville; S. C., is home on a shol.tfurlough.
hipyardd in Jacksonville, spent Sun Parker will remain in North: Caroline The many friends of W. H. Underhill .
day in Starke with homefolks. until the end of the summer. will be rInd to learn that he is

improving from his recent illness.Dr. Our line of Palm Heath suits will AN '
SVTUIWVY: SI'EflU..-100 INDIVIDUAL CAR
Blanchard Law went to Jacksonville be closed out nt very low prices.Stump's. .
,items for the kitchen, worth !55c; to 50c N. W. Francis of Jacksonville
Wednesday to see his father, Rev. W. .
wtarke: Hardware Co.
in Starke
visitor
was a professional
G. Law, who is under medical treat-
L II. 11111. of Lnwtey, was in Staike ment. Rev. Law's friends will he :Monday and Tuesday.Mr. ;Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Colley were guestsof To the cry smallest detail the Chevrolet reflects the '

pleased to hear of his improved con i- :Mr. and ;Mrs.V.. A. Colley this ideals of the makers
Saturday attending the meeting of the tion. : and Mrs. Frank Colley, Willie week. to produce a really high grade car at .

.executive committee Epperson Fiances Colley and Dray- a popular price.

;MiJ.. P. Bennett returned her ton Colley motored to JacksonvilleSaturday. I The Cnmp File Girls spent Wednesday -
T J. Alderman of Lake Butler, was to .
That the
Chevrolet
tending to business in Starke Satur- hume in ;Miami :Monday after several at Kingsley lake enjoying n is more commonly compared with '

lilY weeks'isit in Starke with her sister, :Mr. and Mrs. :M. E. Wilson left for delightful picnic cars selling at much higher (prices, is justifi.ation for (the 33 '
Mrs. J I. W. Andrews, Sr. :She: was ac Whilein I .
their home in Tampa Monday
Little Miss Mary Ella Edwards of conscientious effort of its manufacturer I\
Icompauied home her and <. ; ,
Messr C. N. Cooper J. A. Ellington by son Starke they were guests; of : fr. and :Sumner; is visiting her aunt Mrs A.
and Martin Cooper left :Monday dllllghtl"I'11': and ;Mrs. A. Jones, :Mrs. Jos E. Wilson
ua Jacksonville to secure work in that i 7.. .\Jldns.I The new model Chevrolet "Four Ninety' TouringCar

:Mrs. Nellie Huges returned !home on :Mr. Hoy Hess, accompanied! by :Mrs. Mrs I Sarah Adkms, of Lake Butler, and Roadster attain a standard of excellence uncom-

Sprgonnt Frank Lane returned to :Mrs.Friday Hughes from a was stay accompanied in Jacksonville by J. P. Linll..l'an.1, arepentlinK daughters:/ a few, of clays: Jacksonville in- ': spent Mr..t: .part Z. Adkins.Gary of this, week with her von mon of cars at these prices. This is a claim we would be .

nip Wheller, Ga., ;Monday morning Miss Blanche Patishall, who spent Staike with relatives. I I1. I delighted (to proveve could ask no greater favor than (to '
after, a short visit in Starke with the weekend at the home of ;Mrs. I
from
Ennis Tampa
came up do '
r ';atl\'el Sara L. llamrick. :M. II. Jordan returned yesttrdayI so. j
I' last Saturday to visit his aunt, :Mrs.
I from Biloxi :Miss, to resume his dutieswith
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forget your renewal to the ;Mrs :M. L. Smith, of the Bradford the Young Trading Co., after W. Morgan. Would you have, a good looking car? The Chevrolet ,

"'ictorml, Review and! the Woman's County Abstract Co., is atetnding the spending his vlclltion..with. relatives. I :Mrs., T. J. Griffin and sister :Minnie 1 has it in full 1t'asurro.V ould you have strength? r
Florida TitleIen's; Association at
110m 'iiuv li-t Miss, Xanie Howell.! Gainesville, which moots there on the :Misses Erna and Winifred Wylie.of I sonville. Vanadium steel i is used wherever unusual strength( is re
:7th and 28th. Paliitka will spend the wct'k-ond
tluirf"d.VoulIJ have comfort? sus'i
Mi"> A. \'*. Swaverly returned last at KingMcy lake, guests of :Mr. and l :Men's wool and cotton bathing you Proper spring r

"k from Lake Butler, where she ;Mr. C. C. Armstrong and sisters, :Mrs. W. B. Young.A suits at Stump's. pension together with comfortahlc upholstering and roomi- ...
pent a week with her sister" who was ;Misses Ella and Bertie of :Madison
at the home of :Mr. and ness meet your cornfol t-wihs (to the fullest f degree.Vould
Commercial. were guests 7-hors
It. Mously ill.-I.eosburg feed grimierand power I II. II. Weaver, of Raiford: l. was a
:Mrs W. L. Hall the latter part of the kerosene engine! i for pale. Staiko business visitor to Staike Wednesday.W. you have [power and low upkeep? The wonderful valve- 4 '
ors for hire, day or ni *ht. Will go past week. Hardware Co.
in-head motor with which each Chevrolet is
inv plact in the county. On duty W. F'ackhnm of Theressu. w.i- equipped provides -
ill the time. Phone 69.Iike; Klon- ;Mr and ;Mrs.. Jos. F.. Wilson motorover Complete lino of American tires on in Starle Friday ntendinjr to business' [power far in excess of ordinary requirement or emergency prI
to Gainesville Thursday after hand. Also have a few seconds to be

noon. :Mr. Wilson will attend the sold at reduced prices. Starke Vulcanizing Tutu Denmark, of Raiford, spent a ; and the Jirt'ct-"I'plicalion.of-powt'r principle insures I
\11n.. J. Andrews and children re- Florida Title :Men's Association which Works. I gal-
short while in Starke Monday. maximum power on minimum fuel Twenty miles
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.,n,'il Sunday' from Gainesville, after is in session in Gamc>H\'ille. M H-fl wv wv per

'1' dingo soM-rul! weeks in that city -.-- :Messrs. I.. F. I'ralUk and II. if.Willinmv :,0 cents cash for eggs nt the Cash on is a common thing for this Chevrolet.! And the car is
th -,'latIV"'- and friends Stitch in Time i'11\-I'mhurrns- well known citizens of the and Curry Store t
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fully equipped.Suppose +
------- ing exposure and impairs made XO\V western part of the county, were
\1'' V. Mill-hell, uml liuichtor re- to your buildings saves material and\ transacting business in Starke Satur Im-i,
E.: E. attending to
leu ti. their, homo in Wmjrhnmniiflii the rise in price. Quigley Lumber & day. ness in Jacksonville Stacey was! Tuesday.ILEC'IUPS you let us demonstrate that. we have not ..,... iy

\\Vdnc-day. They were nc- Supply Co otierstaled Chevrolet quality.!. I
nipnniPtl! Js Car: as Jacksonville by Chan. H. P.loodworth who was recently ; 01' C1FI ricr.Ks or

II I Cleo, :Mit-hc'tl., :\11'. and :Mrs. John Thornton anti inducted into the army, has it. 1'. P. (I'. :'WIIY111'1': : ; I
daughter./ Miss Alice of Raiford been transferred to the medical department. !. FRANK E. [LAUTZ Clievrnlcl Dealer .
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Mi-' Ruth Otwrll! returned to her Spent the week-end in Starke with Fie expects soon to be The Senior branch of the B.iptM'

'1"m" in West Palm Leach Tuesday relatives granted: n furlough and will visit the Yours Peoples Union/ will hold iM

naming, aft"-: upending; the pint two home folks. for the ensuing six months at' t tli1 Lake City Fla. t
J. :Master R. B. Goodhread and sister, i I ,
veeks. in Starke with ;Mr. and ;Mrs. Baptist chimh Sunday lIight.111''
Peck. Isla Mae of Live Oak arc visiting The Presbyterian Sundav R.hnfll', Jloth: at 7 m. The program. will I I... ,
| their cousin ;Mrs C. A. Knight, this enjoyed, picnic at Mrs. J. :M. Truby's |ns follows:p. j I O. B. CLARK,

J. H. :Mqnmnir. Manning: Station i week. landing at Kingsley lake on Thursday i Albert Duhose-President.. ''
\\'a the Ernest of Mr. 1. Manning: of this week. The swimming was |I Clifford, Tutum-Leader for the SALESMAN BRADFORD COUNTY. \ ;
and family Sunday. They formed a I I Attorney J. C. I'oppell who has fine and, a bounteous sprl'lId'IIS partaken night. M

party to Kingsley lake where the day ( been ill for several weeks, Is now of. I 7 p. m. F'rosident' in chair I \
and his friendsi
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j greatly improved
was pleasantly spent. Hymn "Onward' Christian Sol
---- i is: pc to see him out in a few day. We will discontinue the redemptionof diers." : ,
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Mr. end Mrs.J.Smith:; left Stnrke i I TOPAZ Crowns July 1st of this Prayer-Biblical Instructor. I' .
Wednesday, :Mr. Smith going to Columbia :Mrs. A. :M. Darby spent Wednesday year. Sec that your crowns are in on Hlf-tion of officers. .0.0 0:0 0:0 .0.0 -- -

S, C., to join the army, and ;I in I'rnoker instructing the Indies of or before this date, otherwise they 7:.;. ]Leader in charge Topic 11'Ilil'
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:Mrs. Smith to Jacksonville for a short 'that city in two brunches of Red Cross will not he redeemed. Respectfully "Making and Giving Money," intro
I work-garment making and knitting. The Topaz Company __ .fl.ll-lI.: I /:
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I I Scripture rending-MIHU Bessie Dubose. 'j' BUY PEAS FOR HAY
Mrs. II. W Chancey nnd! daughter, ,' Spanish peanuts :Mexican June corn :Mr. Joe Canova come down from, .
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Tiss Lena, returned,) to their home in velvet benns anti pen seed at Cash & Jacksonville Tuesday for n two day< i Part I. "Making; :Money,"-:Miss- 1:
Wednesday after n two Carry Store. visit with his parents, Mr. nnd :Mm. .
jiinesville| eks visit with :Mrs. Hugh Brown- J. F. Cnnova. ;Mr. Canova Is holding LOl'pnlAlvarl'7 Part II. "Love of :\Ioney"-Pitt "Pi We offer while we have the'stock; Whippoorwills '

:Mrs I>. T. Clark and little daughter. a position at the shipyards in Jack TornlmHon. ;"I''i $2.50; Burke County Clays $2.75; Irons

[ Alma of Hastings are visitors sonville. I Part III. "What :Money Represent "
'r'l. A. H. Freeman has returned] to at the home of :Mrs. G. C. lady __ *"-:Miss Doris Law. !: and Early Bunch Speckles $3.00, all f. o. b.

assce to b,? with her daug-hter.1 Several parties spent Sunday at Part IV. "God's; Part In :Money I At these prices you can afford to have ship- 0
lionirland lake, the fine both-, '!
I Kingsley
L spy"I ;Masters Jessie and Robert enjoying \laklnll"-\lillH; : N'etie- Duhose.
ore g'.asts of their aunt, Mrs. II. O. ing. :Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott :Mrs. | Part V. "MoneM-m: ill Chntism," ment made by express. Order now. ;

Vdwin, who is now at Fort Sheri- Smith. E. T. King, of Brunswick, Ga., Mr. '' Ruth Alnr< /

11. T. W. F.lwllrIIisllf's: Giddy* Pie, Pi : '. I < "I I .r,Ii' P.
A summer sale of ladies and child "fltt nnil Kathleen Alvarez, :MO--SI I', wilt'Fperia'' C. DANIEL'S SONSWAYNESBORO

Ppc-le> of nrunswick. C*? wa i ren's hat" Worth $" to $). O. going Harold Wall nnd) Guy; Prencott ", p' nt, "; ..1. .

In -Vt. Wednesday.. :Mr. I'eele is a for $1.25 to $1.08 at Stump's. the day at Magnolia Lodge the MI-H If/I/ .utg. .' GA. r':
Rord county boy who has !been'', flier cottage of :Mr. J. :M. Alvarez. ,J',' lid

IInor' nt Brunswick for some time | Mr..1.: O. Fralick wn a visitor to !' : t

in the city' on the day' men" Worthington Springs and Providence :Mr. and,) ;\Irll. II. Tomlinson of I i III 00. 0 _,_ I I, '
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'none'. answer Uncle Sam's call for ']'I during the week, Butler were visitors to Stark'. 0. '.0 __ .-. .::' ,, : "_=_-:: ::1""
army . i Wednesday and were guests at Hi.,
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:\It.brllm Peasant! of Jacksonville home of Mr. and :Mrs. E. R. Popi>- .................
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b''Ie"Ht little house party which spent Tuesday and Wednesdayin Friends will be rind l to know tha' 'I') ......... {

him/6/? : Starke with relatives little son of :Mr. and Mrs. P<.i.| i AL\VAYS BE PREPARED :
5gdnnaKingrleyllak( ; m-I pelt! Is now greatly improved. nftei .
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the
neXI weeks is composed Thas. A. Rowand Jr., returned Sun serious illness.
\tr "o : i I f I i'ir<- Insurance
nn tiro A. W Anderson.lislI: Inez Ande'son several days with his parents here Calvin Johns! anti Bryant Ward h f:' ';"...,..;-'It! ,"-two.A. -=---,.- t get it, MO that you. may KNOW .

., and--.t.-EUery- Davis Mr. O. B. Gordon nnd family of a Wednesday narrow escape morning from when serious,the injui ho,'' :: 2:. ;,-'I'-'! tr ' rr 21 i !l(/' 1 you arc reliably. insured. Ni\d( :

11., Suntl.y :- .
It, ' I with them on Call y ' ?
th"djS' chi.reh. A ap"cl.,1.! pro- 'ednesday. ran awav : : [ rruoy( !.tee.It the protection of :
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n' I Just before the railway crossing w. your
l and -
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'.. .- ''v invited to attend. P.ev..I Luther Powell, U. S. N', "p.ntIon: reached.! the animal +''ippei! on f''', ( .. /w, and its contents. There ,i- n.>, i- ..:

Raniirgii the Florida pto- .day In Starke with relatives.Charlie pavement and moderate) his sp I! .- -- .: ..., '",, iYiIicy cu-e whateveror bergith.. .it :
enabling the to bring him undo tNtt+tttittittitittit .
I the "'overl boys a. .
orphans i
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t< tnrgi't .
ontrol. : .'". '.. J I insurance tli.
Bensley of Jacksonvillepent I ,' .... ." I coat i- -t .f'lthl.' :
COMPARISON .
I Monday in Starke. t ; :..:.fO .l.. It is ,better .
to think
: ; of till' things .
social .r the ,..
A event pastveek '
Jlutchrrsondruiulav pleasant .
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hamd ( \\' INV: |I"1 I- r i mi jrison., I ib"f I, f ; ", \ .
informal dame. nrlvon v\1' + : : ohl.. there :
tt for Bulls (;ap. Tenn., ;:, 'Miss Carry Turner spent last week was an . :.,. ; ;j. ' ff' in
home of Mrs... E. Wi'-' :: as. to pyre .and iii duty of t nritr . .
the .
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fac- relatives. I spurious .
'henil canning SePolvel', visiting : : .
open a at .. : . .. #' I- than to i .,1! Y'II'
,hilt ian'. Mr. Shaver had art I ion on cherry !St.. Friday ruing < :+: >U r lint" of + .

, ifill season at his Staike A l large canniolltflt for sale !n.t'ppk.. Dancing wn enl'>vi| J GROCERIES : In :
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u,', is well pleased, with the cheap. Starke Hardware Co. i until a late hour and tMirmu.! me'onfv +
n. ''re served' daring the N"rfI' 'h< : ++ Von need tin moO meet hat + JOS. E. WILSON i

Guy Prescott and sister, evening. Among th>... fin.-<.rt w. ,iAfK i-, : [ :J them. :::

EJwin the wp-k-.nd! Sta fI"1 r.- Ai''n' ( and Ka'hl-rn" AIvn: 4, :0.1.! and l .
11"Stllrke of :Mr. Gladys; spent in .. J After comparing i ur $ -
Fl.ireri-p :M tthew-, F.lInf': ''- I.o 't. I
wilt, ,| '-tr-d in I"irn- -- ----- : olhe-s. when '
n ir inter ---- I prices with you
,v the foil.... 'f Jiuk> ,'.;!!I.. j- .. \" ''i':., I ivm"st'in. fj"in'"s; p"t* : STARKE <\ FLORIDA
u n* '1n'" .it'etiilin. "n- rr! \ ; KNOW shy \\ehne flU '
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)ifflcei! training ".in":- ,' F-, ';. n '" ., .dbr.-: nri "'.h, |It rmi, lp.r < ftiLI I r /asf. _
\ 1 tlarnlilVill( , .1'tnn' <"aH MIKE'S FRUIT SIC RE
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idan, III., t preparatory ." tllnhe l : t t00 t
f examination for a commission:: in Mrs M L Smith pent !'tndaiacktan''itle Willie t'D >;1I'" 10' D v-unn and t tPitt tttttttttktttttttt+ttttit. 4. ....'.. ......

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Vii I''I( Si.:.1 ... I Mi"r. Purdy heed at Lawtej when a I 1.the' fin admirer. of the enh,,!ud --I I BOWEL COMPLVINTS:: of IX the IN'I>Des I.\.
: 'vfi+" 's' I" WANTED In lecture at one
f !J' II Rolfs director of the t'I" bov h;'loc-s.' Everybody suid they had a a
. ( I \' of I Florida extension division in I il'W. I.. Overstreet left for Georgia line time and the host and hostess :Monies; Iowa, churches a missionary
I I ' '''' /.' with the plan adopted in lust Saturday on receipt of a tele- \\1'1' the recipients< of much praise for from India told of going into the Interior -
,. I : ? I ./UnnI.. repotted by liradford i II arum that his father was seriously their thoughtful kindness toward the 5,000 Cords Four-Foot of India, where he was taken
/' chief of the office of extension ill. I boys in the service. Delicious refreshments sick, that he had a bottle of Chamber-

, 1' -1''. > : : in tin South. :Mrs. :M. L. Louclholtz of Jacksonville were served at 10.:JO p m., after I I I WoodDELIVERED lam's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
.: : Mr. Knapp' hays, "If fair BMIOCIU-- visited relatives in Lawtey Saturday which other popular songs! were Remedy with him and believed thatit
I Nt". throughout the country would and Sunday. I sung, concluding with the Star Spangled saved his life. This remedy is used
If.f: ':" ". this plan it would dispose of a :'>11'. J. E. Wilson was transacting ) Caner, and then the happy gathering at plant of Gillett successfully in India both as a preven-
.1 l many War Saving! Stamps." business in Jacksonville last Friday. departed for their homes There formerly tive and' cure for cholera. You mayknow
I j2i 1, can be counted on, as unuinl. Messrs. T. V. Weaver L. L. und were at least forty people present. I Oil Company; from this that it can be depended -
f The Woman's Patriotic Service advertised Industrial Corpora for the milder forms of bowel
\ ) -- ----- --- Roscoe Sapp nnd A. II. Harley came I Florida upon
I I ( n 11: :SOUTH toNSiu\K.s: : 1'001)( up from Jacksonville Sunday after to take place at GI'aecI.. E. be- complaint that occur in this country.
ll I ft7 ) noon and spent a few hours at their i church last Sunday morning was, us tion plant, Gainesville, Obtainable anywhere.-Adv.

''i I' lh1', AyeurormoreuKOtheSouth was toll homes here, returning to their work at expected, a decided success. :Mrs J. tween July 1st and January1st.
,Ial' f// the shipyards early Monday morning.:. i I). I Randall, as chairman of the pns- The Strong Withstand! the Heat of
must feed yourself starve
,' or
, I',I. ) South did not know just how soli- W. Tomlinson and, B. L. Blanch- toi's committee, opened the meeting Any persons interestedare Summer Better Than the WeakOld
the that was intended, did not un- and came home Saturday night from' and the following ladies assisted: requested to file bid for people who are feeble and younger people
1 : how far it was true, and Jacksonville und, spent Sunday with Mrs. Alfred Evenden, :Mrs Skiner who aro weak, will he strengthened sad enabled to
.W",-- just there had been their families here, returning to their I :Mrs. M. J-:. Edwuids, :Miss Nellie Roberts all or any part at the planton KothroaCh the drprenninil. heat of summer by toK-
how
not see ever ... Log C.KOV E'S TASTELESS eh ill TON 1C. It purifies
Edwards :\11. !
1, {' : ; danger of the South starving, war work on the curly train Monday morn Mrs. Mamie Lou or before July 1st. Price and enriches tho blood and builds up the whole ayslorn -
head, :Mis. Gus! Uc-uvers. The lending 1. ,
Invliiurutluiltrreit
no war. 111 It. I You tan ioua fue-l In SucoiltaeDlatf -
4 But it accepted the challenge, for :Mr. James Shepard was visitor speakers for the occasion were to be f. o. b. cars Gainesville. (be.WOMEN.
Mrd. J. D. Randall and \1I's.1.: E. -
to Waldo Sunday. I -
all hut IK what it proved to be,
went to work to show what the .''UI<. Ooodfcllow( came up from I Edwards both of whom gave soul-m- Gillett Oil Company TORTURED!
South Florida and spent Sunday with spiiing patriotic addresses on Red'
'It h can do in the matter of feeding I'
for his family here. Cross work and other maters appropriate Gainesville, Fla.
1 and the rest of the country,
matte) :Mr.1 Marcus Brown and Misses I IIvosemury I to the service. Miss Nellie Suffer Terribly With Corns Be-
l' The record yield of corn and other Hull and Lois Dinkins vis-1\ Robeits sang very sweetly the verses. Women wear high heels which buckle -
", of sweet and I Irish potatoes, ted Kinghley lake Sunday afternoon, ,) of "Keep the home fire burning," thecongregation ,, up their toes and they suffer terri-
bei is and peas, and peanuts, and Kcv. Blanchard Law of Starke, joining in the chorus. bly from corns. Women then proceedto
,, irk, and, beef and butter, are nil Tilled his regular appointment at the I The service was attended by un appreciative Aw-y wif H DEADLY POISONS trim these pests seeking relief but
part of the wonderful but histor Lawtey Baptist church lust Sunday, audience, it being well conducted KftfCffRNKILLS they hcardly realize the terrible danger -
t >* record, surprise the nation was both: morning and evening.Mr. I and greatly enjoyed by all present I from infection, says a Cincinnati
,' . of / by the South. : J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville came Mr. J. D. Randall was a visitor in RATS, MICE AND COPMEPSFORiALSBY / I authority.
a The commercial canneries packed an I over Saturday night and spent Sun Palatka and Jacksonville last week Corns can easily be lifted out with
the quantity of everything that day at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. transacting business.In the fingers if you will get from any-
f of our life. The more or less 12. E. Burney was transacting was out of town, the Epworth League "The Central Store" drug culled freefone. This is sufficientto
ties at work of the girls' canning business in Jacksonville on Wednes- bad charge of the Sunday evening STARKE .'LOIUI>.\. remove every hard or soft corn or
:t of the South has shown us what day of last week. service at Grace M. E. church. Mrs. callus from one's feet. You simply-
t things amount to when working Mrs. Hattie Hlack, of Wateroak, I' Louis H. Hill acted as leader and we i FOnETIIOlGIIT'- apply a few drops directly upon the
of harmony with one great purpose.We was visitor to Lawtey the first partof are informed by those who were present tender, aching corn or callus. The
find that in 1917 these home or last week. that much credit is due to her for j People are learning that alittle fore- soreness is relieved at once and soon
,.. !\ !! put up app<>rxlmately two( M iRS Leha Byrd returned home last I the splendid manner in which she led thought often saves them a big ex the entire corn or callus!, root and all,
) ( ; million cans cf food. week from Ruiford, where she spenta the service. pense. Here is an instance: "I do lifts out without one particle of pain.
From the United States Department few days with relatives and friends Rev. Alfred Evenden was a Saturday not believe that our family has been This freezone is a sticky substance
K ) Agriculture we learn that in the Mr. and Mrs. Starling Peeples returned -' Monday: visitor in Jacksonville without Chamberlin's Colic Cholera which dries in a moment. It just
{ home demonstration work 82- here last week from Oak, and 'I stoping at the Hotel Windle. He was and Dmrihoea Remedy since we commenced shrivels up the corn without inflamingor
7 women did, regular work in their after spending a day or two here with' there at the invitation of Dr. J. H. keeping house years ago. even irritating the surrounding tis-
for the benefit (of themselves relatives they went to( Jacksonville, I Martin and at his request occupied the When we go on an extended visit we sue or skin. Tell your wife about
.e their clubs where Mr. Peeples hag secured em pulpit of the New Springfield Methodist take "
community \ ; 15,812 com it with us. Obtainable any this.-Adv.
church, Sunday morning and evening ((142)
clubs of women were organize ployment.Will where.-Adv.
n .. for instruction; 7'lftO: ( gisls were Stnngfellovv and Baroo Bishop returning to Lawtey Monday af- --
( .' into clubs. The girls enum\ of Gainesville were visiting Clif- ternoon. - - - - - - -
"' .' put up 12,841,511 cans of fruits ton Brown the early part of the week. Mrs. Alfred Evenden was a guestat - - - - - - - -
vegetables, while the women put Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Thede wentto the beautiful home of Mr. and :Mrs.J. rJ'1 .-._. 1
) ( l)9'lfS77! !)! : cans. These women Brooker last Sunday where they U. Randall, east Lawtey, from Saturday .. ==:r.:;';'
$ f girls also used the new home dry spent a pleasant. day visiting their Monday last.
process, taught for the first time l'ell1tlveslr.. and Mrs. .1. C. Cone. A delightful all-day picnic was enjoyed Psi>;lanti Cow-Peas
:: on Tuesday by the Junior Batmen -
year, und thus preserved 3. 11,881 !Mrs. Cunningham, mother of Mr.
CS :! of {dried vegetables and fruits. Geo. Barnes, was a visitor at the homeof and I'hilathea classes of Grace I :
ht (' .' pickled or brined vegetables to Mrs. Solomon Cline Wednesday M. E. church Sunday School. In cars -
:; : extent of 1,178,08: gallons.In :Mr. and Mrs. Chas Watkins who and carriages they went to the lake, Grow cow-peas for hay, better still feed the crop"to hogs and
Mrs. Evenden und :Mrs. M.: E. Edwards
visitors at the last
addition to this regular work the were
parsonage
cattle, turn it under The added humus and will be
or ,
.
acting as chaperons.Miss nitrogen
(' < working in 1917 enlisted, on month en route to New York, whence
: :: enrollment in the South of they traveled by Clyde lino steamer Claudia Terry was operated on worth big money to you.Order.
2f(>OI,000) women and girls who had u very anxious and exciting voy- lost :Monday for adenoids, the opera- (
Jr / to raise gardens in 1018 age. They have written Mrs.! Evenden tion was performed by Dr. I lark ness
in especially to can and, preserve for u thrilling account of their experiences in the hospital nt Lake City and it Seed Now
ed ( )( use-Tampa Tribune. on board the steamship Mohawk. was quite successful. The patient is
( ( ( ( Word was received by wireless that doing splendidly and is expected to
return home with her mother at the
lint I.AU' Get'man submarines were operating
rr.v very near them and they had already end of the week. \d'e can supply good seed cow-peai all popular varieties or

luutey, June 2H\.-:Mis. :M. E. Td- sighted several wrecks of boats the Mrs. Albert Martin of Pnlatka, wasa mixed, at reasonable prices. Prompt shipments can be made,
r 1 : : ) ; 1 : was culled to Jacksonville on Germans had blown up.! Strange to guest at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Write phone or wire for prices.Independent.
on account of the illness of say, one schooner which had been J. T. Moore Tuesday. I
s.1t' < brother-in-law, Mr. J. J. Ed- I raided by the Germans was still afloat. Rev. Alfred Evenden will preach in
,'t the.r"f :!. The crew of eight men had been the Saxton church Sunday at :3 o'colk. Fertilizer Co.
!Mrs. T. J. Terry is visiting relatives taken prisoners on board the submarine Everybody come.
IA the Luke City for n few days., but were later set adrift in small Mrs. Skinner, of Jacksonville, was Jacksonville FloridaFor
w : Mrs. II. C. Peace spent a few days boats. The raid on the schooner must n Saturday to Monday visitor at the ,
ers -j Jacksonville last week. have occurred nt noon for the table home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall. Bumper Crops Use Favorite Fertilizer
b'I.' Mr. J. I). Randall was a visitor to( in the cabin of the deserted ship was Major Torode, with his wife and
\' ,' Saturday and, Sunday seen to be set for dinner. It was a mother arrived home last Friday. The
{ Miss n..hl..u'hitl'heolhl visited, narrow escape for the Mohawk, as a patient was carried on a cot and with - - - - - -
\' and 1 friends in Starke last steamer that preceded them by one a plaster of I'uriJack.t and ho is - - - - - - - -
..k. I hour had been torpedoed and another testing comfortably! and progressing -
/: ( :Mr. and Mm. R. R. Thodo, and little was sunk just after they passed. favorably. Hi- many friends were
( F ) It. Jr., spent Sunday with rela- I The captain sighted a submarine coming glad to see him home again I ESTABLISHED 1886
s ( i '.' in Jacksonville to the surface and was preparingfor Marion Wilson Ernest B. Wells I J. R. DAVIS & CO.
i I Messrs. Trilby Willis, J. C. Byrd, an attack when the raider was nnd Robert Blunchard left for Camp i
< :M. lilamh.ird and W. It. Burt went !seen to be heading for another steamer Jackson, Columbia, S. C, Wednesday I Ii i I INSURANCEfire
1 ' Kinghley lake Sunday afternoon. which was also in sight. The Mo- morning.:. They were taken to the To roado,"ccld nt. Automobile.[lability, Plalolilass
is Miss Ruth of hawk full Starke Steam Bolliir. Burglary,Bonds
Byrd, Jacksonville put on speed northward, starting point at in two car
two last week in I.nwtoy at the home reaching New York in safety. The driven by !Mrs Louis Hill and :Mr J. STARKE, FLORIDA
her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. passengers were on deck all of one Godwin. They were accompanied bya
I
'. night anti it was a night of terror. number of Lavvtey's lending young
I the !Mrs J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville The Ladies Aid Society of Grace; :M. ladies and were given a good J

i I from Thursday to( :Monday in P. Church met on Thursday of last send-off.j f " *
any at the home of her parents week in the home of Mrs. M. E. Ed ji i i
one and, :Mrs A. \1. ninnuhard.Mr. 'wards. A short business!! session was Carload
in James Godwin, who is the U. I held, followed by a pleasant social i of Wagons Received
Geological Survey man at Cnluthn, I hour which was thoroughly enjoyedby
I' : C., spent Sutuidiy and Sunday at I nil present.Mr. Why I I Just received a solid carload of the celebrated J I
home of his plIl'l.'nls.lr.. and :Mrs. : Solomon Cline returcnd to his -
frts.. F. Godwin Ilr. I home on Friday evening on ncount of Hackney Single and Double Wagons
" l I \ II. C. Peace come over from the illness of his mother who has recovered Suffer 1 i ilolrs.
the ,' and spent Sundayat his I sufficient to justify his returning
\Vi. \ heio.Messrs. I to the city Sunday afternoon. J. A. Cox of AI- I
: C. Harold Pearce and 'V.I I Mr. Butler Blanchard was n week derson, ,V. \'a.. writes: '
, b
i > i Woolen came from iuncs\ill; endisitor his home "
I at in Lnwtey \t V daughter . suffered -
a spent Saturday and Sunday' with last seek.Mrs. .
She could
I terribly
J and friends in I..lIwh'I : A. A. Smith is ,,
use. Miss En/sa Blanchard, come'home a frequent( not turn In bed . the
!;
itor at the lake, her aged! mother being doctors her
can and
gave up
Wati-rtown hut Thursday and,
the attraction. Mr. Smith i is also
(' a day or two with her brother: we brought; her home to _
a frequent visitor! as well as a frequent .err
wh.... with :MarionVil on, nisi, fisher on the lake. die. She had suffered so
Wills, will leave for some much at . time. llavIng ill 'i it !r
A ( I The W. C. T. U. met nt the home of !
camp Wenesd.iy of this heard of c.-u-dul
: we
\ Mrs. :M. E. Edwards Wednesday of
: for "
last week. 8otU; ber.
: Marshall E I';. Burnpy was trans-
.: business in Starke the first :Miss Enza Blanchard, cf Lake City,
ing ; of last week. and Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville
put 1 Mr. O. II Clark, of Columbia county, were visitors last week at
I visitor to I.awtey ", ,,week.. the home of their parents Mr. and CARDUII
Mr. and Mrs Enoch flriflls and lit- Mis.: .\. M. Blanchard. This was a
I Pearl anti \li"slittie Padgett quiet family gathering prior to the I
visitors to Jacksonville< one day departure of Robert Blanchard, who
week. goes to the training camp in responseto I The
the We are glad to report( that Mayor I the call of his country. I Woman's Tonic"In J
E. Torode, who wn injured by be- :Mrs: ,T. O. Randall was a business Those
pigs thrown from a home a few clays visitor in Jacksonville on Friday last. I a few day, sue began who have used this make of wagons know
ting is geting along nicely and was I All the soldier and sailor boys in'' to improve! ," Mrs. that they are the durable
I strongest most wagons
car to be brought home' from the St. town were delightfully entertained at Cox continues, "&\n<2 had ,
use; I Hospital in Jacksonville last the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,\. :'01. '' no cured trouble.her. at.and. Cardul placed on the market by any wagon manufacturer
Mrs. Torode went to Jack- Blanchard Friday of last week and a its praises everywhere we simj They will give satisfaction wherever used. Consid
pig \" and accompanied, homp. number "f the leading young ladies we receive many thousands -
:Mrs.: Jessie Reddish spent several i of the t.nvn were invited to be present of similar letters ering the high cost of material these wagons are the
; : : : ; )' last week in the Wateroak sec and! needless to say, they all every year, telling of the best made for the
n with her ::i the% JIr. J. J. Clark. came. An appetitizing super was good Cardui has done for W/ price
t I Henry Bennett was transacting bus- served in honor of Robert Blanchard, women who suffer front > CALL AND
I i in Stnrke the first part of last who leaves for Camp this week. After their complaints sex. so It common should to 1 INSPECT THIS LINE.
do
I Mr." \\". 11. Edwards! was a visitor to ,with supper music on the the boys New were Edison entertained phonograph ('arduhd' too. E-77 Try J. ,\y. ANDREWS & SON,

all Sunday as well as with favorite songs'
,, Mr. Will Furdy, of Jacksonville, was by the sweet singers o< lawtey. and t STARKE, FLORIDA.

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FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1918 ) b
BRADFORD COUNT.T rELEGRAPH. SFARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SHVEN




.. NOT ICE. Taxes A raxr. A

../.1\i<1'0'i I* hereby |[l>.'" that the following deMribei. land will be old at public auction DESCRIPTION s..e T. R. A. OWNER Cat DESCRIPTION Sea T. R. \. OWNER: late

.fint MONDAY IN JULY. 191S. It bel.g the lt day of aalil month. tofore thetea All S'D\ of NE N of River________ 33 8 19 110 Thomas Lamb ____ ..._.. 16.09 thenre W 81641 ft. 8 807t. ft E +
r door at Stark, in Bradford County State of Florida or so much thereof a* will IIW.... of NE'---------------------- 83 6 19 40 Unknown __ __ .. ,.____ B"f 61'" ft. N 8111.... ft to hen'-_______ 83 6 22 4 A J GriR1 ____ n__ ___. lU8 3;
M to pay the amount due for taxes net opposite the same, together with the cost Lou 11. 14 of Blk 1 In Enny survey. 11egatNWCorof8W71of Nb.4 A
ante ana advertising of Wortnviuton Spring. ______.... C3 6 19 N Andrew .. .. __ 2U run S :16Uft.. K 3U1 li ft, N a Yi I, ter
r Lot 1 of Blk of latton purvey of ft.V lei \"i ft to ,.*--_________. 83 S 22 I J n Turner __u _. ____ 1.11

(; Taxr* A Worthlnl DESCRIPTION Set T. R. A. OWNER lou .\ triangular lot embnelnY Hotel. and In SE tor, H 8-1D a. A 2 a. In N\V ...._ . ,

":.f $W y4 ______ __. 24 4 19 40 A J Wllklnion -----_-__f 441 ground accordinv,' to I'atton *urey .. Cor ...r NW-4 of Nh.4 btlmr lilo i' . ? t

'Gr' N4 of NWU :10 4 19 1101 lieolllluo.i .. ________ 707 \ of Worthlnl NW Cat- 2 a. SWlj of y
t 88'4) ..._ ..______________ 19 4 20 40 A Ii .rl.-tchur. Tnule. __ Lot 5, II, of Hlk 7, I'atton survey. of NE 4. 1.1.I' a, In SLor A .trip

rod II of Lot aSK -_______________ 19 4 20 BO Unknown .. .. .. _____. LaO Worthington Sprlnira Thorn A Iamb .. _..... I.U 448 ft \V off E .1.10>--23 K8.IOO a... 84 6 22 84 N Alva En.1' 10.1. J 1'
...,. 1'1 ___ n' ____________u 20 4 20 40 Unknown .. .. _____._. 4 04 Lot 1 of Ilk 11 In WorthingtonSprmge Thomas 8 W4 of BE' of bW'4! & SE'.21 4 20 280 Unknown. .. ,..... 078 Lou 5. r of Blk: 11 In WorthlnirtonSprlntt run K H71", ft N 800 ft W 6711* IPS'1"'''"'M'M h tar ti 1

1."!' 84 of NW A SHi! __________ SJNWW 4 20 60 Unknown .. .. _.-_..-. 60.73 --- ------' Thomas & Lftmb. 2.08ThoiriM ft. S KIIO' ft to beg _____________ 34 I 23 10 W 0 Caney __ __ ___u___ 9.17
of' ___ ____n.n__ 24 4 20 40 Unknown __ __ ____00 __ 404j Lot 5, Y ';fn i. Iii" 1--; WorthinKtonSnrinw ; -- ---- E>4 of SW' ', .- . - -______00 ___ B4 a 2.1:. 80 0 L .lIfla; Est ._____-_ 4.1.0

_ \\.HW44: of Nero of SW4 A bWl,. 00---- ---.. ---. -----.. A Lnmb _______. 8,40Thoma Nty l of N\V14 of 8H. A SE', of NW y4 '
.' "W",", ._.___ 00-___'__'__- 26 4 20 200 Unknown __ .. ___-____ 18.71 Lot 10. 11. 12;:. 13 of Blk 13 In WorthInirton of 8K4 .__... .._._._. ...._... 84 2a 10 .loA 0 Johnlon _____.____ 17,83

t NEi4 NW-- of NE',. & Wtj! Springs ---- ---- ....--.... A Lamb .... .... 2.41 NE1.*, of lit;'. exctpt A a, .uuare' In SElor :
54, of SEVl A; "K'i' of SE',._____ 26 4 20 520 Unknown .. .. _____u_ 47.44 Lot 8. 6 of Blk 14 In Worthington ---- ---. ---- ------ 84 5 23 88 K I. Orlpl __ __ __-__. IR.RIIII ,

$ 8WJ4 of BE'!.______________ 27 4 20 6(10 Unknown __ .. .....__. 64.34 Springs u____ -... Thomas A Lamb .... .... 208 a, nil In SB Cor of ".:'< of SEt4.. 84 II 29 //I Unknown u __._ _____. 8.811 fT
..i, y.y-; ----- 00. ___________" 81 4 20 48 Unknown .. .. ........ fi,44 Lot 7 of Blk II \Vorthln8ton Sty of 8I.14 of 810; '. _______ __________. 84 6 U 20 R A Carter __ _______.__ 10.08 ,

.." __ __ n_ ______n______ 19 1 21 640 W It Alien Sr __________ 68.US Sprtnir' ._n__ ---.__.. ...... .... W J McCormick __ ______ Sf:"4 of llfo:'. _n_____ __00 h______ 84 1 2:1 .0 J U Morrow __ _. ____e. u.nJ i
N8la A Sy! of NE'1 & S-i.! of Lot I of BIN 18 In Worthlnirlon Springs Lnltnoyn .. .. .... .. 1.42 1.liThomnt -F'4: uf, NW".4 ?______ ______________ at 6 28 .0 Minnie trlyer. __ __ __.. 19.811
V(( A S'h -- ------______ 20 4 21 620 W R Allen Sr _____.____ 2.83 Lot 8. 6 of Blk 15 In Worthington W'4 of NWi 14 of NHi of SW',__ .__ flS II 22 UII t1l" rl1f1. __ __ _._____. 110.11

ot-NS' A 1'1'1. of NWtt------- 20 4 21 140 J P Sapp ____________. lUll Sprinii 00"-- _____. _--.--_-.__ A Lamb ........ t,08Unknoyn 8'tl tit NEt, A Kin: of NE'4 of NIH6 I 1:2: 100 Unknown _. __ __ _.__. 11.8 lt ,

SW' _____. _______________ 21 4 21 SO W R Allen Sr ________ 88\ Let 1 0Hlk 10 Worthington N\V'4 of NW I4 ________ _'nn_"-___ SA 6 22 .0 J A Coleman __ ___. _. U.03 ,

"r ,''''14 ...._e -_----____._______ 21 4 21 80 J I* Sapp ...__________ 8.89of.NW Sprinva 00---00- ---.- .. .. .. ...... 2.41] W 1'y u( NK,4 of NW'9' ______________ 80 II 24 20 11.1.. Ilirkey __ ._ ___-_._ 11.74 ,
!: _____. _------_. .-- 24: 4 21 40 Walter D Spp .......... &,6& Tat 8. 4 of Blk 19 In Worthington ,. -nr- \1 A urn. of "Va'4. 20 1Yu A n Shaw _, 18.68
.I 195144: A E% of NWi" 01NE; % Spring ------- .- --...... Unknown ---- 12.84 \\.r of .:-or"'N\\" ', _::____::::::: 6 ; 20 20 U \V 1'Inhubter-::-::-.::: 8.44: t
V WM of SE1,____________ 23 4 21 240 Mn Ann W Sapp __n_. 82 BO Lot 1 of fracl; Blk 21 In Worthington -- ------ S'9: of 6toa.Lot0A6'yof! Lot 10

MJi:'4 W% A .W Si of SEy! Spring. 00 ______ ___n___ ___.. Unknown _... .......... 8.41 L'as 1'1 I 12 a. ____ .._ __ ________ 7 7 20 48 J M Rhnw Jr. ___.____ 901
BB14.: ______________ 29 4 21 1120 W R Allen Sr _________. 112.85 Lot 7 of Illk .M In Worthlnxton Sprinir M .
.,r34of/ .n : A Puke .. .. ...... 4.06Mr. Sly of Lot 4 ________________________ 7 7 211 .11 t.or Shaw ____ __ .10__.. 6.43
.______ n_____________ 80 4 21 640 W R Allen Sr' 81.80Xis Iota 8 of Blk 25 In Worthington .f
Sty Lot II _____________ 7 '
.f 8WI1 SE'y._______. 81 4 21 560 Unkonwn __ .: :::::::: td04 Syringe ___.. _. ........ EI -- ----- 7 20 40 Unknown -- -- ----.-. 441
\
--- Patty ._____-- 208I aw'. __ .__ ____ ____-_ ________ 8 7 20 1I. F 1.ln. __ _________ lI.a4
____ __________ W Lot 4
n sa 4 21 820 K Allen Sr ___n__ .1018 1. 3. 4. of Blk 26 In Worthington C..m 4,4,4, ft W .f J E; line of SW 01

__ n n_______________ 20 4 22 640 R L flack A Co_______ 6198 Strings _____on n______ --._____ .It-Innlon A Cliamberlln. 4.06 11\\ L, on N .1.111 of Icy right 1 of

ti?i4-4. _. n. ______00___ 21 4 U 640 R L niaek A Cn.___.___ 6.i.\l8\ Lola U. in of Blk 37 In Worthington : way A run N 350 rl. W 800 tt, S toRy

4------------------------ 2 4 22 (40 R I. lllRCk A Co._______ 61.9dM r'rine- _n ____ ________ ________ Mr B M Pity _____._. 7.Id I
right of
f '/ of SE'1.___00________ 23 4 22 640 R L Illiick A Co __ ____ .84 Lot 1 of Illk its In Worthington Unknown way. th..o E on paid 1 ,
,8m. 24 4 23 640 K L Block A Co nu__ 87(11( Ixtt f of Illk: 1H :Worthington: : Spring Spring Mr; Ei .-.. -.::_ .... 2:41 I right of way t. beg--H' a. ____.___ 8 1 20 I W M I.nv ___. _- _______. 4 OR
Telly _....
24E r&-W% 1 44Thomn Lot 8 or IIIk 1 In ...1 Uity.__ _______ W W
I SW'of NEy: Sty' of Lot 2 A all Lot 8 of Blk 39 In W..I ____ _______. .711
__ ______ 2& 4 22 200 R L Black cICo 18 75 Lot.. 7. 10. 11 of Blk 1 Ina..1 City-- I Irenp Wllr.1 __ __ ___
l\--i-. 1.U
rJW ---- nU Worthington Spring __ .. .. ___. & lamb
____. .
::::::: 4'In; u 003Thoma Lot I or ll1k 2 In Ward City _______ .
.. Florena'
: _---- ---- ----- :25 4 2:1 40 Nero Itawl .__. Fruc I Lou or Block "D". "F". "O'. Want __ __ ___. .70 :
iTW ,___ ____ __nn.6 4 22 640 R I. Black A Co------- 6791 " 1..1. 8, 1 or IIlk 11 In \\'a,1 Cite ______ I'larnns'nnl. 1.12. '
II ___
-- \\orthinirton Spring A Lamb -
t 8JI4: of SE4S ____00 ________ 27 4 22 600 R L Black A C-o-------- "3'21 Frne I Illk "1Y' In Worthington .____ 2.74Thomaa 1..la 8. II ur ilk 12 In W ant C.ty ____ W W Ward __ __ __.___ 1.111

W1.4.. 01 SW14 01SE'; ,. of 8WV4o Spring ---___ .___ ____ _______... A Larch ........ 4 on I.t Lot.' fi I.IIr II ll1k IIf ilia 13 In 13 I" Wani City ---_ Florena Ward __ __ __... 1.111
( $S3: 4, A NEI1 of SEt4______ 28 4 22 660 K L Dlnctc A Co.______ 5612 Sty of lot a & all Lot 4-._00 ______ 7 1 20 120 Mr Charlotte ColTin ____ 12.44 W..I City ----___. W W Wllrd ____ __ ______ ,17

-- .9 4 d 640 K L lllack A Co________ 6308 S'j of lot 6 A N'.j of Lot 0________ 19 6 20 80 Unknown ___. .. ..___. 941 I Lot 8.I\ of /Ilk 14 In Ward CII/_____ W W Wand __ _._____._ 1.18
it.iWi\ ; SEt1 ;' all W4Nb3l' tut of Itik in Wand City_..... ... 4
Lot of W'anl I
nik 'I
I R A LoU 2, 4. 6. 8 of Blk : tll fl .
10 of River nn_________ 30 4 22 200 R L Black A Co .n_ 20.fa .U & loU 4, 4, d, H. 10.U of Blk 80 I., ,. I 2. 8, 111k 16 In Wand .l WO\\''.rd :: ::_:::::: d

_- ------- 00 ______ 82 4 22 160 K L lllnck A. Co________ 1401N30A A LoU 4. 4. 6. ofIlk 81. A I..tI "r IIlk III In Wa..1 City ---_____ 9 I-'Io..n.' Ward __ __ ,111 ,

1------\ of SE"---- ,-000000 ___ 83 4 22 860 R L lllnck A. Co________ 41.84 I.ol 4, 3, 5. d, 7. 8, e. 10 11 .. Le.t III or Ink 18 InVanl l'I.JI'_.___ II It Brown __--_____u__-- ...01
}IE'iA of NW', 84 4 22 600 R L lllack A Co_____ __ 6941 1..1. II' 12 ...fIlk
------------ Hlk 32 A Lot 12 Blk 43. A Lots :i.H I" In Wa..1 "lIy__._ I. A 1I..wn _
of SE' ._ ______. 811 4 2. 660 R L Block A Co ____ 6185 ._ ___.____ 1.13:
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W -- 4. 5. 8. 7. 8, of Blk 44 A Lot I. 2, 11. 111 of 1I1k IU iu, Ward City I. A 1I""tn _____..__ 10.111
2W34 --------------u---- 36 4 22 80 K I. lllnck cICo -------- 1001 21 of Blk 43 A LoU 2. 3. 0. 6.7. 8 Lot a .f !Ilk 111 In \\1I..t ( II" _.______ WV W'nnl '._ _.____.___ 9
JC'II% &b% of NW' ft B'____ 86 4 2J 450 :Mr Carrie U Starling n__ 89,41tlE'q orIlk 46 <1LotH 1. 2. 8. 4 Arrncl I.<.t 6 ...fIlk III In Wand CITY ________ W W W..I __ ________ ,39 ,
t ;:A SE'!% of SW-______ 10 5 18 80 W W Chtaholm E.-t. 12.12NWI'A I..... 8. II ...fIlk ,70
---- lot 5. d. A Lot 7. 8. 9. lo. 2J In Wnrl City ___- W W WA..I ____ _.______ 113:
S la'>> of SW'1' of II. I 14 of Blk 47 A all Blka 66. fiR Let II of !Ilk 22 In wand Pity -_______ 11..n. Wnrd __ __ ____ 1.1.1
____ ____ ______ 16 8 18 S3 J L Harden ____ 073HWV
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:..-*." u -------- in New River: ---- ---- -- ____2324NW e 20 t'nkno..n \\'y ofV'y of NW' It NEW of
__ __ __ _
8.11
.to E'6_%.. of S SW1 18'"i a&of SEf bE',*_._of. 11 5 lit 201 J L Harden ________00__ si
Ku of SWK & E<* of SW'4fllW __ 20 5 18 480 J L llnrden. n__________ 7227 514 of NWI. of Sh' ___ 1 6 21 14 bw't tNW' y NE14 17of
--------- of N\\ A
_ J Harden .... 404 Unknoyn __ .. .. ...... j,41 SW44 orI *
._ _ ___ 21 6 It 40 I. < .
of W'
*, -1- nn NW4 __ 8 S 21 .11 -- --- -- ---------- Tmi NW'4 A. of
__ _ _____ ___ 25 6 18 40 J. C. (.II.. II.-. :::::: 6,42IB'Ilo. SW> >lre> lumber Co _. 875 tlv Ely:\ .f
NWl of
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) .....___ __ __ ___________ R4 6 1H M W W Chbiholm Sit ____ 1443: Sly of ,, A 51\1-7----of SE'4________ 20 8 21 120 Keller: 844 6\1'1' of S't of u SW _00__ 11 8 22 860 J IIIlIlorall.1 _-_____.__ 13.81
8'Y' u |It S4 ___
f Ni: % _. __ __n_____ 36 5 18 40 fo; P Dick ______________ 542 W'j of NW'----------------------- 83 6 21 80 Warren -__-"-___._ 12.8" .;' ur ,,"no' A N 10 un 1:1: 4 27 10 will Jon. ?
____ ___ ____ II 6 19 40 Unknown .. .. .. .__ 707 II 11 War..n ...__. .__. M.Ta a. of iP4fof; ,
of SW n Ix>Ul, 4 A N 25 a, oo--_. 35Wh 8 .I Unknown AW'1 A. I I': II a. or 81n, of IIW'
::: .
'\ """" NE!, & NE'1' of SWVt 85 6 19 80 Unknown .... .... 1037 of :SW4:; gf NW4! A J W'j ot -. _?- 167tlSWt' & S'y' of NW of SEt.' 1..4 a. In :
.__. 2 6 2u O Unknown .. .. .. .__ 4.42ltE1& :1..t. t1-' ..(_ ,. .I ..
:'Si: 44 ." .._ --- ; __ :2 II 23: SCur A: IIW': or SEI'. 01\; NIof "
.... n ---- ---- ---- ------- JO Stnrk Iimilnr Co .
13C5
NE'4! of NW-4 A WH! NW' of NH-l of b\v'j j 2 6 22 10 \ Y.a..4..1.W.yJ .
Unknown .. .___ - lice S 'rl'olf 2. OE'j: of 8F. '. A !S't or NR':'. of
: _____ n___ __ _. 4 8 20 160 .. 16.33'h NE'' of M:' A of NF' A 8F" an "
S'j
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of sWI.I! N'j' of SEll;_. II 8 20 480 Unklllol .. _' _.'. 4'M of 4 81'; h. 1\ a. In Nt Cur ._ 1:1: 8 2:1: ItJ6 Ihuekl.n land
1'NWI. of A Cot
A NW'4 of NE' & 4 1'1\1'1. E'j\ All of 11\\ of NI':' N or lIy -86 a. A -- --.. 21,50till' !''
.NE'
t & of SW _._.__ 3 A 22 SSOHinrkeLumber 1-11';' or Nt:'. A H a. In NI 'r
of NW Co .
W. _
*OVWK%;SE' .'cpt Lot 1. i "E" of r KB': .- --------____ 4 6 24 40Slnrk Lumber Co _. -_____ 64 606.71 Car Cor 1-1''" of. NE'', ..r. 8Et4 .. ._. 13 H 28 71 Unknown tt

b.d5Y. ___ __ _ .__ ..._____ 10 8 20 43* Unknown .. .. .. ...___ 44.02 W'I., of SI:i., of Shi' -. fi 6 2 4S2 2n Silo,!' Luptqn ____ __ ____ 278 2 a. In NW toe of SW't1 or NW' -. 13 8 23 11 1.1"'r. lint; ? ------ 0.9:1: l

to6' NE% ..___ _ .. .._00 ______ 10 8 20 40 Unknown: .. .. .. .____ 644 U' of NW -----_ __________.___ 6 6 40 Unknown __ __ __ ______ TOT N', or NW'1' or Nli'1
...t SE eor. of Sec 11 & run W on N', of NW' of NW' _.__ \I 8 44 10 fl" X Joyce ______-_____ '31 1.14t of :I'.i.; --of s',-i.--_ .-- _:-: :::: N : n 680: k Clovis. __
shame N '; ilixree.V E", of NWl, of NWI ----------. 10 6 2:4 80 Unknown _. .. ..._______ 4.HO 16 2410 N : ______ 4)40, /
86 4'nul
OIM of of of'NW" ______.___10 6 24 I';' of SW's' "r 110""K' A lit;' ''hon ___ i
Ii H..htofv.uy.Be N'y Wij Si'j, : 10" n Tucker __ .. or 1I14\ 11 It 23 nIl, Ihtknew. -- -- Y'hN0:'
kill\ Ike. aid to right-of-way) 81 t;'. of 8\V'1' of 'II. on line thenre S on Mid \\1y of F'u' of NL' A K'.j of WIg 276 11\\ t or NE't A 1..1. I. 2. :3. 4 -__ 2:1: 8 B2 236 5lrttpeo. Mitrh... -- -- -' 1.1

n'to b Range In 8'f. .>f 81.:136 a._.13 6 20 88" W Worn -__.__________ 11.(4 of Nt:' A E'j of IIoE'. of SE'4NW _. 11 A 22 100 \Unknown .... __ ._ .__. J228 WI... .r SW' &I Nt:'. I.t II\\' A SEIi Mr IC l'u ,4- ..__ 23.61 e
to s io; gg Dnvlil P Collin ____ __ __ 663 r. 1 Evans Nw'1.4NfW'NW' n. -_ 211 II U rOhllll""
8W'A! e" 2 VUVrwi. \\"' of NW'' of SW', .._...- 14 6 2'4A 20 I Unknown """ _"_" "-- 11',6 1'1'v __00 .. __ __ _. 218 IIA 1/U //I II '' Farm Land I Cur 17.
"' .. NE' or N- N1y of riv:\ of. SF', of SWV A E'Vj! -- ------ \ S IV' of N I'.' Iwa 10 a III NE I Coy 01\ l'IIIlolI -- .- ---_._ 6,44

of!?of EV., f. Si'01:'8011,,rNW'4&rot ; of E'y: of SW of 81';',____._____ 12 6 22 20 I Unknown __ __ ___ _____ son pity: IIf NW'I., & Nt4;' uf SW''

TT NE'4* of NE' of' NW A. 'NW of NE': of SW'' -. .-___ _____ 11 6 2:1: 10 Unknown __ .. .. u...... Lib A: SIC'' or $Wo\ Ire 10 a. In SN:
I
E' of SI of NW' of NE .
NE'4 Cur
.
bWin 4
""it SW\4.' I I"' n. In -- ---- .- --- ---- ---- Ii 8 22 IRO
lOr SW . 14 Ila! 20 M" 11\\ of IIIC' _____ tarooklyn 1.lIn.1 ('0 I
NE - -- -----00- ------- EMI n. ___ 28 8 9Y 19'84
3 4 h.
SW a 1"lon ----?- /c !
8E4 of n __ __ Hi 5 20 228 tr-.. awn __ __.. _..__n_ 2481 WtJ of E'; of I'Fof' NW!.______--11 6 24 10.1 l homer Llyln 'i.n------; 1281 1..1.8. II . ----- ----- _. __-_____n_ 1 0 22 HO Mnote Unknown/ __ __ :_:::: ill/I/ I
-p-----' BEV; 16 6 20 6 Chas C liurkhartL _______ :2..13'ft. N".f NIof 8t:' .___ II 6 24 20 Peter Ingle _. .._..I:: jJJJ: hE4, : SEt' 7 10 11" Co .. 7.9S I
( of 'JI"J r'r''NV-- II' of SI" of SW of NWVl\ _____ 17 6 24 8 .K 1 41 Unknown -- :: : :: : f fSW' '
Car Of ', ,'b-;'- vncy, I>,v|. _. .. _,?._ 'J.JJ I SEI -ti of iIV ,In. 10 : .:4J ,; ),
___ 17 II 20 4 R M Keney 138 SW' of NF'i __-_ _. -- -.18 6 23 *" IcailHont KtfvnnltlH t na .0... -- -_ 7 ao Ilurdv '
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------ I
n "
i except.q. r u in Si: Cor_. 1H II 20 84 Hnmunl' W Brown .: :::- 8:41: NF' of 8W I4 -- -_-- 18Com 6 22 4i Annie 1I.nol., ..V. :::: 843 II 11 n. or 8E'4 IIf N\VI. --oo------ I 7 10 / L'nkoowng'" -. -- ---- 10" "f
--I"-n-.I;
'SW _ 21 II 20 40 Mrs. W A Owens -------- 88Uta.NIII at NW Cor: ownl by Sty IIf I..t 1. I... Iv rlwll of way Abee -- .-____ "IL ;1 'Ik.
\\vVswu' r;It Ira Ring on E *ldi> of Ry A I lot t.1 (,11 r N aide of fly /
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'f sh's: of NWh2l II 20 220 Unknown _. .. _____._. 2608 run K at right angle to aid Ry for Culod. i church --- ..- -___ 7 20 au J I t,
_______"____ 22 II 20 40 Mr: Charlotte Coffin ____ 873 to E line of Sec. 21I, Ilipnoc N oneahl 8W' or NE'1 A SE'of II 'T...1 Show ? ---___ 18/3 !"jf V

BEl4'.J.J-. .._ _-________ 25 II 20 40 Unknown _. __ _____. 542 line to center St., thence W on NE' of IIW' A NW''"l .f \ NW',_ .___1_ 23 1 10 160 Unknown h .; ,'.

BW4 ... _____ _____- 24, II 20 40 John P Coffin .. ___._ 70(1I ( aid St to Ry. thinco S nirrng Ity. ''NEIL' or NW' A I U In or -- -- ---- 10.0 '
JoIJCJ,4----} -- uu____ 21 5 20 40 Unknown __00__ ____ ____ .42 to pt of beg In h'j of Nl':',i ..*. Wt1' .- . I --NI"- -_ 22 7 10 Unknown 'r
-1<6 SW'/4 tit M;''i, S'j' of Much 'lou or parcel a. haven t N 36 n. "r SE' of SEV -- "-- ._. 1 ao 5 11111 i : p,08 I .

.., Stl4.: _.".. 211 8 20 MO Unknown __ -. .. .._. 4214 h.toforv .been ih'odi. .- .- ...--- 21 6 22 14 Lout Ouron .. .. . a. :'tin fl E of N Cur of NW a 8 Ilchel : : :::._ 1
\4' E'I.a: of 8W',_______-- 20 5 20 160 Virgil Edward __ __ .. __ 8878IS SE' of Illk A S of It 3V In Timplmiibdit --. 1100| 111.r 4W' being 210 I a.poro I. 4 1 4.:

15 of Blk 3 MLKmmya Add '. 4'i\ a. ---- ---------00-- 21 6 22 8 Jennie Style. .. .. SE' .r NI: "S ____ f 00---- 2 1:11.: Still/Y/ 64tl9hue LOA f
.. II 7
'Lake Butlc i ._ n____ __- 30 5 20 take Duller Ice & Eleo Co .78 All W'. of Ilk d 8 of R 2 W & nil r:!H. ---. 8.63D HW, iii W" or SE'q-- ---.. -- ----. ht ht Pratt __ __ ::_ .:
--- - --- .. 8 7 .1 141J : :4 "
d S of It ::1 W. lying In NW! Unknown __
Ilk _
In McKinncy Add of .
of Bib 8 St: of Nt;
I .
,
'" |..ke Bull r __ _- ------ ao 5 20 D E Knight __ __________ 182 SE' of ISW'S In 'lemple -------00- ----------- 8 1 I .11 Ar Inn J / lbaryfor ::-::: .::0 .1. .j'
'i McKinmy;, Add nub-dlv H'.j' n------------------ 21 6 22 7 Jennie Style / .r NE'; ---.00 ----------_ 8 7 21 10" t tW'
Bill 4 In 20 > NW of Center St. & .. .. ...... .02 I .aced St,, of or I 9 7 2l 11"" Unknwn -. ---- ----- 11' I \
Lake Butle _ .. ---- 80 S Unknown .. .. .. _... 4.118BIle' 4 j n com nt eor IJ. NIV, N: Jrklu--. .
'of 13 in M. L New.egd Lnwti-y and htarke public, road & IIr NP' of 81V11 A or 10 1" 10 W A -- -- t 1.84 '

to Lak Hull r ----.- 80 6 20 Mm V O Scarborough ___. 288 run W along enid Rl .'10 ft toInnd NW4 of K6P4: A WLv of N112'1 of 8/\ 11'e.- 707 h 6
B He-kle-n etc .* formerly owned by N D Hngn. E'. of SWt1 of NE' -- -- 11 7 2 80 C A Rewan.l I
'd qg to Ry r.r: : Butler -___-: 81 ff 20 Hurry WIlliam. __ ______ 4fl8 man. thence N alongold Innd l00 NE'1' or N\\4' A NW', of NWy4 or -- '--- 973 ,1J

Car of N"r. L..t 4 _-__-_- 81 6 20 4 :Mr C A Knight (hel.).- 43H ft, thence hanlerly 43U ft to said NE' . . .- ___TO .---- 16 1 'I 110" II HI""e '
11 in Townmr'l n ld to nkc. road I Ihenct road' to big In Tern. NW'' . N\\ 4 .;'. .f AWV ------ 16 21 Unknown :- -- ---- 11

1'_. __ ___ ._..__ :n 8 SO .T C Tarvln .. .. ._____ *81 ple'x .0h-dty 2' a. .------------- 22 6 23 3 Joo Morrla E'v .f IIF'' A S' of SI':4S: of NI'' 10 -- -- -- -- t'
A H..f' SW' ___ 81 6 20eirnnmit 120 Unknown ____ ____ ._____ 13.68Cor Do.... at NW cor of SW of SW/4 & -- -.------ o.05 Nt:', NWit .f NI':'", -- __'_ 16 7 21 110 Unknown' _. _, .8 I

of SW' of SI; ;' A non S 70 yd*. I. 1 ID yd. N 70 yd. IIFh of NE'1: It IIo""j": of IW'4' ----__ 1 7 1:1: M i1: 11 June _, -- -- ---. 11 !

10 ..h.. to /1,1., thence Shlaid WHO yd* to pt of. beg_____.______ 23 6 23 2 Eugene Cox .. ____ ..__ ,. .f IW'' .f 11' '. -_ ._ _. I 7 : all J H Tuny __ __-- ---.--- 7 .
8 road 20'chx_ to s line N';' "f 8fo;', of NW -----._._____. Hi 0 SJMV 20 M. C Ward ._ .. ...._ 15.13 W r. .f .f so'y"; & I a. In NI ---- -- ...v .
vald line : Nr' of ;' ______________ 0.88. C.r .r NW'., of hEV4:' 7 2l 21 :
1 *0 a., thence W on of : 8t 41 6 24NF' 10 J E Slarlirllr __ __ -- ----00 2 iva PJ
.4e __ :_..:.: 17 s 21 10 w E Varliroimh .. .. ____ 858 .,f NW'' of SW. ___n___.__-SI .1 K 10 Swallow I Iklpkins ____. 6.II W', .r IW' .--- ----__ 00 ____. 7 U M InYno -- --..--.- p,44 j

KIWVi N of A %C L -Ry. ;\t.... Horno Cobb ..____ 8.11 Mi' of SF' -- --- .5 6 24 40 Unknown .. _. _____._____ 4.71 hip; --__.______.._______ 1\ 7 U /0' I" ((rI. :: :- ---- a"11 \
'NW Cor of NE' or SL'. Co.p. a Nr r.r .:iwr.w; ;;( rffrli. 1765 SKI;'I. .f SW' .. . -- ---- -- 8 7 I 40 .nl.1 61. ------ 1 r

t 04 ft to a pt of. IK-IT. thence of :-E'; A ranV ICO ft to n N\V' .r M:' 1... 8.a. In NE Cur -__ II 7 811 Unknown Moy.---------__ :::::: 111'3: ',
8 BO ft, W6 ft. N 8 ft pt of lug thence S 419 ft W 100 ft It.h or NE'' A NW'.f Si'A' -- .---- 4 7 1 till .. Carrie; 81111- 1:4

N 82 ft to bra __.-__ 18 5 at S W Tlllli .. -- .. ____ 740 N 415 ft E lou ft to l 1.-------_ 28 6 22 Diehard li.ynolda" .... .. 820 Wt-j' .r SK': of 5E'1/, Itof IF!. I. ._ ? _. 81.1 ..7

,W, of NE' tI: 1.3 a. RIM Com on M line of NW'4 of SE'4 on of IItl; - - - -- . . 4 7 22 al Ii,. R N I 4
NE: eor of Nr' or NW' E aldit' of Church St. A run S nn W'.rNI\.rSW.---n 47 MA Unknown Wpbeter -- ---- 111 I
R 182 y.l. S 14" 2-3 yd*. E aid St 70 ft. E 210 ft. N 70 ft, W W\ tit Nt; .f NKLS ANW1! of ._ __ ---_ IL

if 14d 2-1 to ben 4 a___--- 20 8 21 17 G C Sapp __ -----------_ 8.28 JIM ft to .big P. __. ._ .____----- 28 6 :IS Eugene Cnnnn .. .. .. .. 2.El NE' $1'0.4 a. In NW Cor --- 6 1 28 611 Ida, .1 .... .
W\4 of NK'"' 1 1"* -1.1: 1. n''" Com Bt Sh tor of SW', of 8W'" A rem II'1 21U rt J NW C.r of NWI1 of Ir lul "ur -- -. 1143

9 car of NE" of NW-4 W 7115 ft N JIH ft. NE dim ft, E 200 ;' A runA2loft.K440ft.N : 't'
. S I thence. E 174 ft S $002\ ft to belt. 1.
ue 2-1 daV' 1J4: : yd" : ft ,
N ) IT A T ___ _____ B.58 ft IV 440 In I I.t or lug--------_ 8 7 I std..
5 21 Sapp
:741.,11Y41s: to bcir.. 4 a.. 20 -- n Aliiu certain, binds 8 of Mr* II 8 .:'" ..r Ni1 or NE';' ._un_ .- .----_ fi 7 2 2'1 .'Ixs (' 1.1 'men _- -- 466 4
of NE' I":" l- a. .". Slnrkmun A W of Ry In bEV* of N ,1 of f
Nld NW' 0.05
a. uf AE'1 E of _. ----
\\II. lit SE Cor .__. 211 8 21 45 J 1 Norman -- -..--___ 7,36 SW< '4 ______ ________ __n____ ____ 28 6 23 10 'Mr F: Fatlphn* .. ______ 2 .78d21 Onto. o. on end or the W-i.! of Iv W- 6 7 22 a .J.e J.hnloi... .- ---- 2'13 .
)fW''" ____ ________ 211 ft 21 40< J E Wainwrlght .-______ 12047I Iota 4, d of Blk 3 In Starke _______... '' a .hi."l"' "" _____.__.. of Nil'; 1, is r Itr 1_ 8 1 22
NW Cor. of SW' of SWiM 5 21 1rlhu H Alvarex ? ---- Iota 6. d. 7, 8 of Blk 10 in Starke...... Vr* A rlorena One. n. In : ; fvi\ -i 1 Ilnrrirk O.n' -- __ __ ._ U3

1J. ____ ___ '. _____ 28 g 21 40 Arthur II Alvare* ._.____ in.37 Lot 3 of Illk 18 In Slarke___.-______ Jennie. Maude. Hoffman ._ 11.98( ww" -
4. a 16 a. in NE' or NE1--\ I 5 22 16 Mrs W11111nonoyh-r.____ 88.7 S 44'a fft of Lot 4 A N 10'% ft of Lot 1I."r:1.WS: ,-r ;; - : -8; 1 22 1 lolt.n Meltae __ ._ __ __

. __ 1 R K4 :840 Fula ____ $ I 6 of Klk 40 In btarke. .. Dr N W Francis ____ 8U6 run 8 ohs ,.j.i 1.4
S4 _ ____ ____ 2 5 24 840 Fula W Mnulley ________ $H.7H Illk 11 I In Starke a* extended on Ens,'a ) .. W III "h.I to IH.... I W I n ..
40 ________ 5.04 1 a2 I
5 22 It L Black A Co I Map -_ SI Denmark .. .. ..._ 1..
1510 Woodlllwn-----------------3______ 6 24 10 Unknown .. .. _n______ 2,3M Loti of Blk I 11 I In L T A Co Add to 4.179i IIW' a. NW'- It S'.e'of -NWI of -_ ._ I 7 22 2Ofnry. Jo'n.r' -. -.-. 207 ,
__ 6 24: 80 Carrie U Starling ._____ U6J _ ._ ._ Jaa .r % 81',, 1 JAI Clark __ :: --
E"' &. NE'' or NW' 12 Starke Law .. .. ._.._ .08 NE'' or Ni4; A NW' .f ; A I 61 -. -. __.
SE' of NW' / '" Lot 6 of Hlk I fl In L TVCo'Add to 1. t70 '

l'iEH:(Ig A __ ---.-- 1:1: 6 22 120 Unknown ____ .. __ ---- 23 75 S'a.k" _____ ___ ____._ Owen Gurdiner .. _. ..._ 1031 Nt:' .f SE'j' i .-- --- -- ----__ ,0 7 n Jll I'all'' lien. y
of off 8E'. of Nc' W'1 of LoU d. 7. H' 0, 10 of BIk 8l In""L "fA II' or IIoP;' of 11\. _____ -00___.__ 10 T 2 21 I'nk""w -- --- -. 6040hlt'1

, NP'i' SW of ,5.Co Add lo Stark' ..._.._....... J J Thnrna. .- .. ...... Un or ta:' II a. In 8W Coy 10 7 641 l.avl khnJ.n- -- -- --.- 8',4

I.of of N'. afBS'l SW-4 of I lad 1, 4 of Illk 6 In L 'T A Co Sub Dlv K..*ee Cox .. .. ._...._ 4.80 10.. of In IW;','or .f IP; of NKt: ___ lU 1 2:1 10 ire.i, Ithmlen, --- .

A w'.; ,f !
',!of SF.*' .1, SW '4 A W'j! ofSt' Lot 4 of Illk 82 In L T A Co Sub Dlv f lnn Jaofcaon -. .. _.-___ 2.IK SW''S', .ofEI er 14W'4 A A SW'Si1;:, of--S-"-'-_ 1 7 U 860 hul Bro. -- __ __ __
S' of NE'4 of Wj' of 'Klk 31: In L T 01Co; Sub DIY It M Kllemon 11,06Rif Of 10.81

:of A _ __ 12 6 22 180 Unknown ____ __ __ __ 27.17 of Hlk :<6 In L T A C o Sub Div. 9l, l '(..n.'y -. -.. ......._ 2.8S NW' -- --- --_ -_ ____ 1.1 73 r0 Unknown __ ._ A

,15' 14 in WooJiawn ____ 13Woodlawn 6 22 <0 Unknown --.- .. .. ---- 11.OSi ilk :Id In 1.r A Co Hub Dlv_________. li Jl IU.nan .. ________ 13.tiII All .;-- -- _____n___ ____u__ 1 7 21 I',1HI' __ __ _. __ .r 2311
It __ ___ 11 6 24 10 Unknown ____ __ ._ ---_ 8H of Illk 40 I. f A Sub NE'1 .f NE'' -..---- --- ____ 7 ______ 2n4.T4E'y
; _____.__ I oU ;:I. 4 In Co Dlv Hilly Brown .. ......._ 2.8f 1 Inknwn.. __ ._ _.____
Woodlnwn ____________ 6 24 10 Herman Shaw __ ____ ____ 4 HO Lot ::1 of Hlk 41. In [. T A Co Sub Dlv.. J*. E franklin _. ____ .81 - --0- ------00_______ 7 2 Pall'' 4.4:
/oodlnwn ______._____ .}J? 6 24 10 J S Sherman ____ __ ___ 23K Lot 4 of Illk 44 In L 'r' A Co Hub Div Julia (..M>.lwm. .. .. .__ 2.38 of NE''. .NW I,. of NIe:4; I NR'q 1 : 6'I ,- -- -- .-___. ""Od I

In \Voodlawn ____nn---- 6 24 20 Unknown ___- __ .. ___. 4 28 tot :I of Illk 44 in L T A Co Hub Dlv Julin Kutler tr NW' Wly uf KWh! 01t; 1 7 22 400 Paul' hn .

In Woodlawn ____________ 17 8 22 20 Unbn.vn ____ __ -- ---- 4 2H I W', of Blk 4In I.or A Co Sub Div.. Jeiuu Johnaon (col" ..._ 8.19 F.of SWI -------_ __ ______n__ 7 U 44'1 Unknown._ --:- -- ---- 4n,4
Wo"lIaw ________00 __ II 6 :44 10 TI Hnmby! .. ? ___n_ 2.18 Ltd I. 4 or [I' of Blk 44 in L I A Co tow'1 0' 514:1': --- ____ __ ________ I 7 U Unknown -- -- -- .

11n 'Woocllawn .____________ 18 5 24 10 w S lurbon .._. ------ 2.38 Sub Uiv .. -- ------ ---__-__ J J Aarone, .. ._ ,.___... 4 10( N'k of 14E'; 1 SWt1. of NE'4 It S14iof 1 4 -- -- -- .
Ion 2or ft 81). in Nb: Cor Lou. -. 1. I of Illk 44 In L T A Co Sub Nt;' NWh I.e II In St .
; 81 ex _____ 20 6 23 6 T H Hnmby __-- -------- 1.43 Div ___ ____. Livingston ('or ___ _
church in Woodlnwn .- -- n ---- ------ ------- Truly CoF. ..... 2.20 ---- ----- n ------ 20 1 138 ltnknnwn
P NB, Lor of NE' of SW't122 6 23 2 F :M Hradler -- -------- 2.3H :'y of Blk 4- ID I.or A Co Sub Dlv Unknown .. .. .__._._. aj| N'f or NW'. except 1 a. In SE Cur el 1 2 1111 I'I, :: : :- J I .
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1 f fi' PACE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE .28, 19t"

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b 1I -- - : I I : HAMPTON Col. A. Z. Adkins of St:?, i , ,
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BRADFORD( ITEMS lelative*. M *
I visitor to tlv
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I :Mr.: Clarence :Manning:, of Hampton, I \i..,.
the of Miss :Minnie IlaganSunduy. June 2U.r; -:Mrs 1Y. B. nesday.
Bradford. June :2tf.-:Mr. C. M. An was guest Hampton
Wednesday mornafter Mr. 1'. B. Byrd It'ft\1: \ ,,.. ,
deco and II<-v. J. A. Uanton'i1.ited! I Roper left on ' *
,4 I and in Jacksonville, Jacksonville, where ho h.,- ;
$ Worthington Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Porter GufTord, I ing for her home "ptM'>
County News Items W. :M. Harrell was a business :Miss Minnie flagon were visitors to a pleasant visit with friends and u 1>01:11: hon.
I Miss:: Vivian Graham who" .
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visitor to Worthington Monday. Hampton Wednesday afternoon. relatives here.
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I $ visiting her friend, Miss i I., BJ '
I Miss Blanche Andreu was the guestof 1 DIr Ben Hill is visiting relatives at Rev. J. C. Dubose and family, of Ft. ",
in Lawtey, for the past w. , "J
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Mrs Dubose s
of
Miss, Inez ALernathy Friday. Orange Heights.Mr. Pierce, are guests 01'
I lateraattn, Fact Gathered Durlne the Week by Our I :at r. S. C. Andreu of Jacksonville, : and hire Plen Geiger of Wal father, David Jones. turned home.

II.I. .i'I Regular Correspondents. Milted his parents here Sunday. do, were visitors Saturday at the A. A. Durden, M. L. Wattersonand I' States Attorney A. V I "nd'

.,' 1i :Mr. Secber Edwards, accompanied home of :Mrs. Geiger's parents, Mr. Frank ]Hicks were business visitors Sheriff Epperson, of Stn '.'. \

i' 'I :I I by his aiaceie, :Mioocs Eva and Ruby, and :Mrs. Madison Hall. in Starke Tuesda '. business visitors to the M t |t ftI2!

t! 'I" J attended church at Brooker Wednesday :Mr.[ Jerry Keen, of Hampton, wasa Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was Tuesday. ..
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I I i iI DEATH Or LITTI.E J. 1). DYAL on, II. D. Surrency, spent last ;Mon- i, night. pleasantisitor here Sunday. here on official business; Tuesday ZIFF ITF.SI7.iff :- -
1 1t' 1// day in' Alachua. I ;\Irs.Iary Moore was the guest of Miss Florence Hall spent a few days :Mrs. C. B. Allen, of Bushnell, returned

Graham, June :ss.; -.Mr.; and ;.Mrs.JamcH ;Mr. Lee Byrd and rioter, :Miss :Mabel her brother, air C. M.: Andreu this recently with relatives at Waldo. to her home after a pleasant June 2C/ Service- ,

t Dyal, of Luke City, came in on and mother, :Misa[ D. J. Byrd, of week. :air D. W. :Moore went oat to Ga- visit here, the guest of ;Mrs. J. Allen. and ,0' ,n hell'

Thursday evening, June 20th, with Graham, were in our town last Sunday Mrs. E. E. Baxter is visiting her torbone lake Saturday fishing, and :afro R. D. Huwley, of Green CoveSpl'inltl'l Saturday and Sunday Rev.by J H. hl,, :l lCunningham le

the body of their little seven months afternoon. daughter, airs C. ;M. Andreu, this while 1 there had t 1 the pleasure of/ killing is spending the week here, And, ",. dnet.
congregation attend ,
!fcoi old baby J. I). They stopped with :Messrs. I'inkston anJ Thomas of 'week a rattlesnake, This sepent had the guest, of friends.Mrs. large u th. .

; :Sirs Dyal'M parents Mr. and ;Mrs .\. attended services here last :Air T. E. Lewis and family were nine rattles and a buton. F'. A. Scott, of Starke, was a mons.
:!li Lane until )KiUlay morning, when the week-end.:Miller, the guests of his uncle. C. M. Andreu, Cyril Lanier, of Hampton was a visitor hero Tuesday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shaw .Ld, ,| 1uJ.
t1a this week. Visitor here Sunday afternoon dren, Fred and Ruby, wore L- ]Cst, yPS1ra. ;
:Mt. Sinai i :airs J V. Jones.
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laid to rent
little
,W rNATh: cemetery one was ]rev Smith conducting Mr. Fred Hazen and sister, :Miss C.1.. Andreu visited Worthington Last Tuesday morning :Mr. G. :M. Mrs Alberta Spencer, of Jacksonville ; Shows parl'nts11': ..i, ,i Mr j'
Eunice were in Gainesville last Tues Aarthur Jacksonville rel B. Thomas, Saturday and su' due|
the funeral Hervices. A father moth this week Bennett took his son to is visiting here, the guest of

I er, one sister, Beatrice, and one brother day. Mr. Otis Barry and family attended to a hospital where an operation atives. .\ large crowd of young f. r':. "r,.

M 'The Harry, a number of relatives anda Mr. and :Mrs. (I. S. Warren and church at Brooker Sunday night. was performed Wednesday The rally in the interest of War joyed a sing Sunday aftei, i "'t", tht

; host of friends mourn the little daughter Hazel and son, :Myers, of Mr. C. M. Andreu and family were morning at 9 o'slock. Arthur is get Savings Stamps held on the streets home of Miss Estelle Li '>. i HID*

Food lOt one's dtpurture. Let not your heart Clayno attended church here last Sunday the guests of Miss Toul Andreu Sunday ting along as well as could be expected Saturday afternoon was well attended who enjoyed the afte!'",,.,,n, < ',, al

I deal, he troubled. John 114:1.: IJo of good and he is expecting to be home in I and several hundred dollars was follows: Misses Gertrud, R'(.., > ti.

; 600,0 t>heer. we cannot pflll little! J.- IJ. Luck :Mi,;s NViliu; ; :-'''.vlw .pent last Weekin Mr. Seeber Edwards and sister u few WPf'kll.11': [ Bennett returned I pledged., Rev. ,Mullady: State Food 1 1I vah, Rhoda and Lonnie Thou,",, i 1-1 ionnie .

(T ''sent' but we:can Kt him: Alachua. Miss: Ruby were visitors to Brooker home Saturday night and reported j I Inf pector. acted as chairman and addresses Rivers; Messrs. Eller) 'I'h I mu.

Thou precious, draling :Mr. and :Mrs. W. S. Brooks and Monday. him resting easy, and he wil go buck were made by Rev T. L. Z. I Harley Carlton, Russell p"0'|", '.
that alt our ;
c ;' We have laid gone thee beneath the clay mother and sister, :Miss Eva of Providence :Mrs. C. M. Andreu visited !Mrs. C. one day this week to see how he is Barr and Rev. S. R. Skinner. I Elie i Faa Is and Pervis LeI Ii
tt repqplett attended church here last Sunday M. J'inholsterIonday.: News comes from Mr. .Tri> ]I. ,
To await the dawn of the Resurrec- gating along. :Mr. and :Miss[ Zell, of Broklyn ac i 111'2'
then tlon day. :Miss Eva and Ruby and brother, Mr. D. W. Moore: and daughter, companied by :Miss Heiberger and pen of Spartanburgr S. (' ;">.,,. 11" ..

i Sir U. D. Johns! of New River, was Seeber were the guests of Miss Cecil :Miss Daisy, and :Miss Florence Hall :Miss[ Whitehouse, attended services at ,on his way to France. W, I b ;i', 'hat|,
; ,ethri ;Messrs. Johnnie and! Oliie:/ Green, in our town last Sunday afternoon. Raborn Sunday. i were visitors to Hampton Friday afternoon. tup Baptist church Monday: evening, he will land safely over thi" ,

of Raiford attended services here :III'[ and Mrs. J. L. Brown, of Miller, mid added much to the interest of the : We are sorry to report t tl! ,,' fir

WUT Sunday. attended church here last Sunday. MILLER: Copt and :airsT.. L. :Murphy are ,'u.jln by their splendid singing. I Leon Cuningham left Tin -1;,, Ht

Mr. Harry Dyal nnd wife, of Sampson :Mrs 1' C. Hazen is on the sick list spending a few days in Jacksonville They r. accomplished musicians and was called to the colors, wh< > < ,. ,',,11||
r.re
City, attended, church here on this week. ( Received too late for publication K. B. Woddoard and :Misses :Minnie services appreciated. do his Lit for Uncle Sam
tiT; ii' were
majihu Sunday.Mrs. :Miss Lubedia Pinholster spent last last week.) Hagan and Estelle Woodard attended I The revival services at the Baptist :Mr. and Mrs J. G. Week- '' -;|It

+ II. !F. Hough and 1 children are week with relatives in Trenton. I Rev A. M. Woodard filled his regular the party at :III'. and :Mrs. Everett church, which began on the 1 ith, continued daughter, Jaunita, atended < v- n

vittiting her parents for a few day :Sir and :Sirs W. Andreu, attended appointment at the Free-Will Baptist Clark's Friday night, and report avery till Thursday evening. Dr. : Rock Sunday.

:Dir. J. 1'. Roberts made a business secular here last Sunday. I church here Sunday to a large I good time. who conducted the meeting, Mrs. Ida Howard of !I" ,i t MU

t1t trip to Jacksonville Monday. S1en: ra. A. A. and (O. B. Hazen were and appreciative congregation. I Samuel and Percy Woodard were in I hoe Skinner endeared himself in the hearts is the guest of her father :Mr t >|,:

Mrs. C. [t. Roberta, :Mrs. A. Lane visitors to Alachua last Sunday after J. O. Fralick, of Starke, passed Hampton Saturday. who heard his Kelley, this week.
the
th and! ;\1 r. Roy Roberts made a busi- through here Sunday en route to Prov Mr. and Mrs. B. Sapp, of near I and lives discourses.of people Bro. Barr, pastorof Mr. and Mrs. David Shaw \\'eh'tht

eettl ness trip to Lawtey Sunday. noon.Mr.. N. S. Nabb, of Hampton spent idence.N. Hampton, have moved to our section. timely Methodist church, kindly guests of Mrs. Shaw's parent-" %,

,; r st :SIr Davis, of Jacksonville, was Saturday find Sunday with his family. I I II. Stokes made a business tripto We welcome them in our midst. called the in his appointments very Sunday anti Mrs II. O. Rivers, Satur\. ltd

;a here on business Monday. Mr. E. L. Crosby and daughter, Miss: I Lake Butler Saturday.O. :\[ J. J. Collins and :M. W. Lee, with his Sunday.

Mr Dohhia IJrawdy! of Hampton, Ruby, spent last Tuesday in Starke. I I IMr. V. Brooks of Providence, attended of Lakeside, were in our burg Saturday congregation morning and attended evening the and revival ser I Little Alva Thomas was the truest!

was a visitor here Wednesday.Mr. : Leon Cunningham left last I church here Sunday. of her cousin, Opal Lewis Smuiai jf.<

Jesse Surrency, wife and children |i Tuesday for Camp Jackson, Columbia ;Miss V'irgie Thomas visited her sis ;\11'[ McEwen, of Lakeside, was vices. ternoon.

t returned to their home Wednesday S. C., where he will do service furl ter, Mrs.! F. M. Moitt, of Luke Butler, shopping in Hampton Monday. RAIFORD ITEMS !Mrs. Harley[ Carlton, :Mt" Ru1fI
after visit here with I last week.
a pleasant Uncle Sam. !
r Parrish and Misses Lonnie
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&' their parents, :III'. and ;Mrs. R. W. Mr. I.. Morgan and Dogan Nabb',' Carl_Brown! made a business trip to RISING=" jVlTIXGS=" ] Raiford June 23.-:Miss Helen _Thomas. were guests of. Miasa

.I'e Surrency. were visitors to Hampton Saturday. Lake Butler Saturday evening. I is in where Laura and Etna Shaw Sum!., trter,
f M.t Mr. and ;Mrs. J. B. Miller and :Mr.Wallace Miss Blanche Andreu of Old Bradford Mr. and !Mrs Thomas, of near Rai- Rising, June 2(5.( -:Mr. A. L. Jack :Nauright- visiting Perry :
of Dr. and ;ales W.W. .
noon.
i iI. Mills, of Starke, were visitors was the guest of :Miss Inez Abernathy ford, visited the latter's parents, :Mr. son an.111'. McClcneghan! wentto she. Farrell.is the guest Little Wocirow Prescott i- ,
w here Wednesday evening anti ;Mrs. I. E. Thomas, Sunday. Jacksonville last Sunday to geV q
lust Friday.; children of Jacksonville this writing We wish for I I- "
;\11'. :Martin Dyul, of Hampton, was !Mrs. Lex Andreu, of Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs. W. O. Brooks attend work. airsEpps and I
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a visitor here: Wednesday.Mr. spent last Wednesday here with rela ed church here Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Ruby Crosby and sister, ;Miks( ,are visiting her parents, speedy recovery.

: Jeiger; Harry, of New River, tives. and !Mrs. T. L. Chancey, of near Winnie, who went to Jacksonville a and :Mrs. T. B. Handlcy. Miss Orrie Rivers was thi j mq

4 r; has! moved here We'are glad to welcome Harley Andrew, of Old Bradford, Lake Butler, attended church here on few weeks ago have returned home, :Miss Maggie Dekle returned to her of her cousin, Arthur Lewii: i mdar
home in Lake Butler Friday. afternoon.
r t. I.o btr him as a citizen to our little was in our town last Monday. Sunday. Last Saturday and Sunday was ourregular : Avery Tison and Joe Johnson spent Mr. Ellery Thomas was th, suet
town. Mrs. Simms, of Tampa, is visitingher O. L. Mizell Worthington, pass- preaching time here and our
;Mrs. Alice Chaplin. of Jacksonville, ed through here one day last week the week-end at Kingslcy lake with of Miss Bertie Thomas Sumiuv ken
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. R. Tay- pastor Rev. N. T. King, deliveredsome
is visiting her brother, Mr. Dock Hilliurd. [ lor. J. L. Brown made a businees trip to live Mr. and. aIrs II, B. Bennett. noon.
y sermons. He was accompanied Herbert l t Ritch and Tate Denmark Little I Mary Thomas was. ..h.utll
i Luke
+ :\leMI by
.H f \ were in Starke Monday afternoon. of her uncle, D. D. Thomas,, **"i iaa;
r. Mr. Lewis, of Jacksonville, was L. T. Shaw and G. W. Lewis were Mr. and tiles O. A. Thomas, of Midway there was a nice crowd gathered at
I. here lust week working in the interest attended church here Sunday. Mr.[ and :Mrs. J. E. Dowling and son, and Sunday.
visitors to Gainesville last Friday Crosby lake near the cemetery, and .
with :Dir
the weekend
of the government Cameron Fralick of Providence Cecil spent
afternoon at witnessed the baptism There will be
Wi :Mr. Hoy Roberts, of the Wateroaksection tended church here Sunday night. I and :airsLewis Reynolds in Jackson '
:Mrs L. T. Osteen is on the sick list dinner next Fourth Sunday at this drove' Tasteless chill Tonic
ff was a business visitor here this week. Carl Brown went to Providence on church and everybody is invited to ville.
I Musters f destroys the malarlall1.rma which Ire truninmd'''
Monday. S. B., B. . and Ebert Supp
Mr. J. L. Brown, of Miller, attended t Sunday morning. attend and enjoy the day.11' lathe blood by the Malaria Mosquito, Pncetft. "
Mr.\ Odell Abrrnnthy has purchased .. I church here last Sunday. Purvis Moitt of Lake Butler, attended Mulberry: are visiting their grandparents
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: J. L.
Underhill of
II Pine Level]
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a new Ford en r. church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Denmark.
', Mr. G. II. Kelley, of Gainesville, I
f Mr. Lee Byrd, of Jacksonville spent was in our town TU day :\11'. and. :Mrs. J. a[. Moitt, of near attend church here last Sunday. :Miss Stella Wingate, who has been

lust week with hfs parl'nts11'; and Beville, of Graham, passed tMra. Lake Butler, spent Saturday and Sun Those of the Vanderbilt section who visiting her sister :airs n.V.. Pur- I Keeps Hogs Well

Mrs D. J. Llyrd, returning Monday. through our town last Monday. day with the latter's parents, :Mr. and attended church here last Sunday vis, bus returned to her home in

w He will join the colors Wednesday. :\11'. Leon Cunningham 1\1(rR. Roland Thomas. weir; :Mr. Bob Haislop and daughter, Jacksonville. I Dr. Wllion'a Remedy, EcMnnr., ( rl
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at1ai und! do his bit for Uncle Sam. :Misses Ruby Crosby, were accompaniedby visitors Miss Eunice Spencer, of Midway, :Miss Inez, ;Mrs. Annie Gainey and Dr. A. J. Johnson and Hon. A, D. remove the kind and prevents wlilch' afflict wormiall I log i

Mrs Hearst of White Springs attended to Worthington last Sunday after was in this community Sunday evening Misses Bertha and Alhe Harnage alSo Andrews were atending to businessin It tonea up. keeps In good andi"

the funeral of little J. D. Dyal noon. Rufus Alvarez and sister :Miss: Stnrkelonrlay.. : tlon.feed. haatena In liquid fattening form all ant solutiUBtven coax

hero Friday. Miss Daisy Lewis is ill at this G. F. McLeodfl of near Worthing- Thelma, and Mrs.: L. L. Sapp and fam :Mrs Reginu-Penty Smith has re- 'j In water every hog:. atron|
MisHcs :Mae )Dyul and Pearl Lewis, writing very ton attended church here Sunday ily. turned to Elizabeth N. J. :Mrs. Smith or weak." Beta Ita ahare.

accompanied by Messrs Leon Cunningham :\11'. Summer Andrew of Jacksonville : night. :Mr.[ Jim Wainwright and wife and made the trip by rail for fear of the Satisfaction Guaranteed.
and Cecil Lewis Furman Stokes baby, of Heilbroom Springs attended sub attacks Used tor yeara with t'4
were guests was in our burg last Sunday and Carl Brown off the coast I IIII' auoceea by practical box ,> i of Miss Mabel Mckinney Friday eve :Miss Rosu Surrency, of Pine Hill; attended church at Midway on Sunday church here Sunday. I : J. C. Manning and tastily. of Bold under money-back fcu, antM
' ning. Miss :Disc Ashburn of of eatlsfactlon. Aak your dnwft
I. night Starke is Starke, visited :firs Lawrence
Mosej j
was a visitor in Brooker wl'l'
afternoon for It. It he can't supply we
Sunday
: !Die Jim Stevens, of Luke City attended M. W. Douglass, of Ellisville, Co visiting here .sister Mrs. E. J. Lewis, ley Wednesday. and Ballon prepaid for lilt

the funeral of Title J. D. Dyal (II'. W. E. :Middleton of lumbia county, was in this community for a few days. Mr. anti :Mr'. D. C. Cason were in Booklet tree
,
here Friday. was in our town ono ilay last Hampton week. Saturday evening. :Mrs Elam Lewis is on the sick list Starke :Monday morning.Mrs. Wll *a Itemed Co..Ball I'ulne Ft*

Mrs. N. I 11. Wynn made a business :air and :Mrs. II. Lynn and little Crockett Farnell, of Ellisville, passed at this writing. : Onie Waldron and children

ti Trip| to Stnike Saturday. son and Miss: Murric[ Malphurs, of through here one day last week. The youngest child) of SIr and :\Irs.F. of Pampano have lIC'en'isitillg her

i -,' i Mr Jackson, of Cyril was n business Old Bradford were visitors in Brook A. Crawford was kicked on its head borther, :Mr. L. B. Ritch.

1 e visitor here Thursday.Mr. er Sunday afternoon.Prof. CROSBV:' LAKE last Friday by :Mr. Crawford's large :Mrs. Olga Peters is visiting in Cal-

Hardee, of Sampson City, was Grimm, of the mule. It was thought to be a gentle lahnn this week.

1, a business visitor. here Thursday. Florida was in our town Universitv last Tues nf Crosby Luke June 2l.-:Mr. and. animal and the child was hurt badly Beckam Truluck of Ft. White, is

!Mr. George; Kevilla, and son, CarlU, day :Mrs. Lawton Bryant and children: vis I but i is getting along fine. It is re visiting his cousin, :Mr. J. S. :McCormick -

were business visitors here Thursday.Mrs. Mr. John Shriver and daughter itl"dII'! P. B. Bryant the latter part ported thnt the skull was slightly this week. ThUUFor ar alas aowau
J. R. Beville is visiting relatives of factured. We hope the child will esvressaaoeaaemaSTOSLiCFI
:Miss Marguerite and !Miss Laura Lew lust week:. soon :Mr. Brady Bryan \is visiting his

und friends at Brooker and LaCrosse is motored over to Hampton last Misses Louis McRae and Ola Bry be well. parents !\II'. and !Mrs. J. P.. Bryan.
for u few days. Wednesday morning. ant and :'oIl'. Frank Bryant attended Mr. T. C. Thomas and family and :III'. Bryan leaves with from; -
a squad
Mr. and Mrs. Riley lYu din Mrs.A. Miss !Mamie Hall of TROUBLES
Pentecost Starke visited
at Raiford Jacksonville
Mr. to
Maliry Harrell[ and. Sunday. Camp Jackson
sister :Miss Wed
Lane and Mrs. Jim I !Mr. J. AND CONSTIPATION"I
Thomas
; Dyal motored Geneva and Miss :\11'. Walter Underhill and family E. and family ]last nesday.
Ellen
Lynn, of Old!
over to Lawtey Saturday.Dr. Bradford were visITors at the home of Mr. M. Suntluy. :III'. Gilbert Parnell
attended church here of Baltimore
last will cheerfully that Chamberloin's
Thomas say
and wife business i
were J. McKno Sunday afternoun. !Md., visited
Friday evening.Mr. his sister. :Mrs.
to Starke I Tonle P. II. Tablets are the most satisfactory
Saturday. drove's Tasteless chill
Baptism at Crosby lake well Weaver lust
Miss J. L. Surrency spent Saturday was week. remedy for stomach troubles and
Beatrice
Abernathy spent last in Jacksonville. attended' Sundae nfterron.MissesSadic restores vitality aDd l energy by purlfylol tad enriching :Miss Ada Roberts of Jacksonville constipation sold thin,
week in that I have in
Sampson City visiting rela Mr. Bryant. anti Rena Atc- the blood. You caD soon feel l Its Strenittnenloa. was the
and l Mrs. J. S.:: Knotm-ii. M guest of Mrs. S. A. Bryan on ty-four srnrcr.
tives.Mrs.. Dukes N'ej! and Mr.: : Eurmy; Bryant):; ; attended { lavliumclatf EfTrcl. Price 60c. Sunday. years drug store "
attended
e George Stone left Thursday Sunday.Miss services here last hurth at Raifo-l. Si dol'. writes S. II. Murphy, druggist. B'rlbII I!

for Jacksonville where she will undergo I : ;Miss Rena McNeil II'hitor --- ---- -- '- -- -- _. -. -
:May Dyal of was - - -
Tampa is the
im operation. She has many gupHt of Miss Pearl Lewis this week. at the home of !AIr P. B. Bryant Saturday
friends here
who wish her
a speedy ,
::111'''. Foxworth, of Jacksonville
recovery. spent last Mi1. J. :M. Alvarez passed! through r
week here with
Mr. Odell Abernathy, wife and :Mrs.K. relatives. this section
Mr. Sunday afternoon.
D. Abernathy motored to Fred Hazen made a business .
over
Starke Friday afternoon. ternoon.trip to Worthington last Monday af TIIKRESSATheressa YOU MAKE MONEY 1

t Mr. Tom Mills made a business trip -
Mr. Curl Lewis
accompanied
1' to Guin..nilleIondy.: his sister by June 2U.-:Mrs. D. J. II
Miss
Pearl, and lIi4RIny:
Mr. George llu/.en, wife and children Dyal, of Phillips left Sunday morning for a few
Tampa
.., spent Sunday here with their ington motored to Worth days' visit with relatives at Middle-
daulI'htprIrs.: Alvin :McKinney.Mrs. inst.Sunday afternoon. burg But Do You
hire E. B. Andreu Jr., and son,
: Tom Newberry, of White K. B. Woodard was a visitor to Gra-
Ray left
Springs is here tailing here neice, Tuesday for Jacksonville ham and Louise lust Tuesday and
airs E. T. Stewart. where she will join her husband., They Wednesday.MessVs., .

airs D. J. Byrd. Lee and :Mabel that will city.make their future residence in : Ben Hess and :Melvin SAVE IT?

Byrd and :sire 1{. R. Jones spent the George, of Starke were in our burg:
:Mrs.
n L. F. Surrency is still
on the
weekend Worthinjfton with rela sick list. last' Tuesday afternoon. They had

tives.Mr. James Reynolds is busy hauling :Mr. and !Mrs. R. Lewis, of Arcadia spent fishing the and day had out very among good luck.our lakes

melons. He shipped three carloads are spending. this week here with. relatives. H. M. Woodard, formerly of Jack The time may come when
'I will
last week and is sonville, but you wish you had
receiving good prices. i more recently of Rod some of the
SIr Frazier Shaw and sister :Miss money you are frittering
Rev. Ruisp of Olustee preached :Maude, man came up Sunday and spent n few away today
two very interesting sermons here Worthin spent Saturday afternoon at days with his mother :Mrs. S. B. It i.easy to if
ton. save but
you make
Saturday evening and Sunday morn Woodard.Mr. up your mind
to do
Prof. A. B. hasp Make the eo.
Shaw '
enrolled
ing. Harry Bristow, of Larkins start NOW by opening
wasa an
account with
twenty-nine pupils and Is
-- Joking lorRl0rl' pleasant visitor here the last of the! us.
BROOKER
week.Messrs..
t 1a Air and :Mrs. II. Sowell, of Cooler : Porter GulTord.1.
I ;
M.
Urooker. June 2 held at the Free lYill ternoon. spent a day
Baptist or two last week at Smith .
s church lust week were well attended. :\11'. Lucinn Hazen the lake fishing
was guest of Blanton BANK
Owsley, Calvin Trie't: : OF
Jno.
Mrs. J. Abbott and children of Miss Blanche Andreu. of Old Brad Hall and Ct'cilIoore: atended STARKEState

Plant City, are visiting relatives here ford Sunday .i'tjrr ion. Hampton churchat
Sunday night
thin week. 1Irs.bbott will leave in :Mr. fllen Haen and :Mis Irma An Air.: Walter
Sibley of
few to join her husband at dreu, of New River MoRae, wasa
days
a attended church visitor County
here few and
a : days last week. City
Nashville, Tenn., where they will reside here Friday evening Walter will leave Depository
for
Thursday
in future Dr. P. W. Tribble, of LaCrosse, wasa Jackson Camp
where he will STARKE
Join numberof
:Mr. Harley Hazen was a visitor to visitor here Tuesday. other boys in training- a FtA.e .

Worthington last Sunday. We are glad to see bliss Gertrude Master: Willie
Day of
Rodman
t Mr II. C. Surrency and little grand 1eC. I Thomas- able to be -up--and- out again.-.. I' pent a few day here recently with,


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