Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 5, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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/OLUME 40. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY.: JULY 5. 1918. NUMBE'R 1. '


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CEVCHEKSsxic.ri: ( :' ) TO SCHOOL' BO.Mill IN:. 'DI.MII: I II1.1 n 1'1'1.1': DCI: WILLS1.1": : i.IM:. ,: I IIMPROIII''I'U

SCHOOLS OF \DFOR1). KHil'LMt' SExslHV: \ ) :IO.iny:. COMMISSIONERS MAKE{ BUDGET; I r.:. K.I '( : 1 ADDRESS: :. >.

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.' To date the following schools have Board met in regular sl's"i"n July On last Friday ' Judge .1. T .Will, wilt i N over front /

teen supplied with teachers by' Couny let, with :Messrs T. B l'I lt.ulsh'r. J. CO. CLUB AGENTS SECURE RAISE the clc-ath angel visited ; ,' II', sho\\e-d his deop' interest

Superintendent E. R. Poppell. C McRne: and J. E. Dough*. present :'iipc'riiitc'tiilent and :' the progress of Bradford county ;
fhere still remains twenty-five :Minutes of last meeting read and "ioll, on X.l'lh'lIlnllt appealing before the board of ,

ichools to which teachers will be as- approved as read 10"1' away Ih,' sweet |; j,' (commissioners Tuesday! after-

ilgned from time to time as they ure The request of the Trustees of the :'IlonllaJul.... 1st 1918 Th. hoardof count ) ""inii1- 't''urr. hexing, given you ngest child, beautiful !: ,, in behalf of the continuation of
-ecommended to the superintendent Hampton Special Tax District to borrow county lommissionermet in regular notice I.i .t ",tiltein\ ,day liv piil>luation age! seventeen months. farm demonstration and
)y the trustees of the various districts $210 to pay supplement salary session at 10 oclock a. m., and in the* 1 In:. ,.leltoiel l'oamy'( 'role' 'graph, amwspipci Edward: R. Puppell, ,1 li'. I I' work The judge! made u very 0.,

; : i for last term granted was called to order by Chnll'l11nn S. T. putili-hcd at Matko. in the Staiko January JMh, l \ impromptu address, taking the t
l Dow'ling Gertrude Anderson. |I The petition asking for the establishment Dowling with the following members County of Bradford that the Board it the aunty place; on : ] that the demonstration and

' Thonms-Shep Thomas, principal; of n special tax district to be present, to-vvit: J. L Underhill, 11. would meet on this el.i.v as a board of :ti Ianu'rl' the hours work is practical education and

Estelle: Lanier, assistant i known as Hosier: was granted and D. :May, R J. Andrews and J. J. ociiali/es for the purport' of hearing anti hippy, fur the fond its discontinuance wcmlel be n
' Long Bruise-Lillian\ :'lackery.j : same ordered published, Blackw elder. complaints and receiving testimony sister and 1 brother by '" loss to the county Ito urged

j Raiford-Eustis Crews, principal; The petition from the patrons of :Minutes of last meeting rend and as to the value of ant' propi-ttj, real, i .ittle-I one lattlo i,1.: R the work bo e-ontimtce! and that t 11

balance to be supplied I Pine Hill asking permission to remove approved\ personal 01 mixed for the taxes of essi'd n banning I..r .nttni"Minr1t'I. and eituc'iis of the w

(t' Pine Grove-\Flossie Reynolds ''school house was laid over until next Petition signed by R B. Roberts the your 101s, and they so convening his large' expiesxiM' I generally co,operate morel ful- 1 ;

{ Lawtey-L. I.. Blackburn, principal meeting of boar i I II and others asking that a public load as such I bourd! to hoar complaints as sunny smile and golden \ I with the agents to the end that the

; Doris Law; balance to be sup- i I, The resignation of B I. Taylor as be granted; from Dukes station to above ,stated and no\ one appearing( with his swi'ot c lieerv "1 .. exults. may be .tamed\.
Tux District Butler Florida the to make ,complaints after reviewing been acid that .- -, ,- .
!Itlied. trustee for Raiford Special Lake running on ( It has
'< Starke-S. S. Dow line, principal ; B. accepted and the beard awaits! east side of the Atlantic: Coast Line said books it was theieiipcm ordered father of the loan" \\ '1'.\\ S M 1.1.: IMISIPOM:

D. Law, Delle Stroman A. C. Crews, n recommendation from the patrons railroad 1...twen the said stations that t the tax assessor be and ho is less tine as regards eh,n', ;. i

Eniihe Spmk :Mrs. J. C Poppell, :Miss for his successor above-named. The said petition was hereby instituted to assess the prop- position. Judging little : I t (On Hi-count of some clerical an.l I

Olive Ray; balance to be supplied. I The request from the patrons of accepted and n committee, composed eity i at a t tho valuation fixed by himself st tiincl:red, we can t" ;,catb oat errors in the tax sale ,.

)r Rising-One Smith, principal; Edna the Biclling school asking to ben of R. R. Taylor, J. S. Brown and 1 i DW as tux assesses! glorious manhood his \\< ',' isement as published Inhot I'

Baxter I!, scanvP(5r st'd t Pi.ulencc was laid 1 Duke1- was appointed bv said The tax books t being ready 1 to bereturned h been spaicd I to '!.'u1 1h during I the* month l f of Junn

t Vnods'rbitt-11arry Edwaids. '! over until the next regular meeting l boaid to view nnd mark out the routeas I to tho tix assessor feu tho y'ca4s,11rs.n.. I1 But It sc-c-ms sale was lost (iO nut! until tho first! .

I JIeilhl'onnIC.. Warren, princi- for the purpose of getting a petition proposed by said petition, if in purpose* of extending the t taxes t thereon death;I all things well" : I a u in' August The 1 advertise b

pal; Bessie Terry Dora Johnson. I from the patrons of said ,tli-tuct their opinion it is the best route, and II" provided, I h)' I law, the board. of hiracter) so lovely here, 1 of/ the sabiippoatx on page 7

$ Rosier-C. U. Hajnesjj I I The returns from the districts were report same to this board to convene county i'ommissumers took up the \pnnd mote fully, and today's Te"'ICI'al'h.|
jj l\lidway-Fpank Chancej, principal received and canvassed with the following duly 2rd: 19IH.>1 matter of making an estimate of the (untlv happy above in - -- t

; Virgie Rogers. II results: Pctituon signed by T. P. \\nid 1 and noe-essaiv' expenses' for the lineal I blest! i. \M: BI1Trlm in'::MSI t '

( Theressu-:MjrtisVjnn, Violet District No.5: Trustees, S. W. others asking that a change in the year October 1st I'UK'!' to the aOlh day In his last illness' of (

Chapman. I i Dullose, J. N. Dukes and R. 1 1. l'l'a\'l's public road i be gianted. in' the New of September. .V. D Having considered little i Is.: I K. wits I bake. Beitloi, lulv a.I :\Irs. Jackson

} Pine Hill-:Mamie I'inholster, Vera Three mills assessed Hope and Lake Butler road as follows the. receipts estimated by the* and everything was done ) Tampa' is visiting hoi .sister, :Mrs. '
Currency. I District No. 7: Trustees, R C. : Commencing at the northern! I clerk anti the valuation of the pioper- killed I mc-diciil ,- (' '" N Stanton: I

( Johnstown-Lillv\ Crosby Hoiberger. J. P Padgett and .1. J. of Steven Hague land and run easton ty of the. county us shown by the assessment ould l devise, but to no i it Mrs n.( i W. S. Witty, of Worthing ,V<

HGraham-S. B Wiggins, principal ; BI \'lor. Three mills assessed( land line dividing W :\1. Hairelt oil i prepared) bv the tux a<- the t thud t child which : : visitc-d. her ,11I1I1ohtl'I'Irs.: \\'. :M. ''I

Eva Abernathy, Mick: :McKinney I District No. !I'': Trustees, A. B. and L. A. Brown land thence north sessoi, and having given full consideration i'oppe hive lost bv ,' I ( 'Mi I..t this week.

J Nebo-Irene Dees. Sunenrv., A. L. Green and F. L Col- one mile on land line! dividing T 1'. to, the needs. and noei-smtios; of nearly picmtrnte, with Mi I :MaxVilson visited his family

Palestine--A. S. Feagle. son Three mills assessed. Ward and Empire Lumber Co's. land the county. and the requirements of the 'lIrtf.lt t sympathy ako I Butler Sunday

''* Hampton-R. A. Green principal; I : by W. W. Murrhce place, theme northone I the clilfciont purposes, to meet the expenses "lImllulllily n-c well as Mi I t'. 'I'. Kartell spent Sunday' in .
Eva Williams Ada Nimmo. :M.VNY:. CVTFLE DIN'FD) quarter of n mile to Wade, Hirrell eluiing the fiscal your, do of relatives 1 and<| frie lids '. '

f.': llillprE.Iae; Jeffries, Lottie ,place, thence east to James Crews hereby declare* the following to, bo ounty. Mc'ssis W. M L Ovorslre-et and \\', \
Stokes.ZifTGl'rtrude. I A community dipping vat was place. The said petition win accepted the expe-iises' and all special and extrnordin '1'hi1: f <'l'al took Andrews motored to ,ksonville..!

' Thomas placed t in con nmiaion at Imvtey Friday and a committee, composed of t :ity expenses contemplatedfor morning at the Now I ,. hursdav IIr.

\ Brooks-C. L. ScafT morning. June 28th! end enterprising Wade Murrell, Lee Gamey; and O. W. the l fiscal year next ensuing, and ehurib, where n large :\ and. Mrs Bryant Smith, of .
|Little Spl'inlt-Mrs. Warren Nita I stockmen of that section dipped I'mholster. was appointed by said for which the ic'venue for the jear1'MH pnthi/ing: friend. anil \ !River, spoilt I the! fourth with j

Dukes. .l":;0 head of cattle during the day. I board to view and mark out the routeas front advalorem taxation and the* gathered. In the ." .. ( ir daiiirbtc, :Mis ieorge Coleman.Mr .

Guilford_Ruby purri h. I At the East Staike; vat on Tuesday proposed by said petition, if in estimated receipts from other sources ulur pastor Kev '1'. I L. / .1. 111(111) left Monday for t

Pine Forest-Dora ;McKwcn. morning 27"i: head were dipped, the their opinion it is the best route, and will be .iv tillable. :-stillke :Methodist (' 'ksonvilloMis I.

: Roberts-Saleta ;Mercer. owners being Perry t'wsom.VI11.. report same to this hoard to convene Notice i is hereby given, that the* the obseciuie'H in the D W. Boiuni and. children who I
lolph-Alke :M Uejnoils.Futch Edwards and J. W Andrews. .Iuly JJrd.:! 11>18. I Hoard of Ceiuntj Commissioners in tier. The interment \'.. been' spending some time with

-;Mrs. Bjnum Pirkms. District Agent L 1. Wynn, who is a Petition signal I by R. T. Taylor and. and! for Bradford: County, at a meeting New" River cemetery, tl,. .. I'ar..nts in (!oorgia returned home

; Colored Schools live wire in tick eradication work, wasI others asking a change in public held on July' 1st, 1918! prepared, theI lung coven-el and sin' '.. .. SundiyMies ,'""'

.Starke-A. O. Jenkins, principal; I I in charge at both of these dippingsMr ( road leading from Lake Butlor to the I following budget of expenditure. as profuseand. lic'aulifill Mullin. 'lliomas visited in ,'

If. D. Paul, Josie Keller. Wynn will go to Baker county on 'ox bridge Said, change to begin nt requited| by ('hui. t',' 1811 I. Acts of ings of the many <,,"ville last TuesdayMr .JI'1
' New River-A. C. KellyHopewell I Saturday to supervise the dipping of the euRt side of R. J. Andrews' place | cove-nnirthe (ic-nernl Fund Fine* FUII110111,1 I comfort 1 ( : .1. W l'r l'Mtl'l' and children. loft }. LJ

$ -I. J. Keller.Lnwtey a large herd of cattle. UnltRrmlfor tit the end of the lane running I'llst 1&and .. Tumi, Roael and Bridge. lents in this hour of I Siiiulav to visit Mrs I !'do..t. ,-!,'" ,i ,

i -S. K. Kcllv pemsion rattle dipping !, on or near the land line, from thereto 1 rf for the fiscal. year beginning' fear to t trust to my I ' n ill n Sum,lie'y. Ca.; .J

"l'hurston-C. E. Kelly Baker rand Clay counties, is having a five mile branch< on a straight line, ,i'g I Srp- can 4 only say in the* W"I'< | Mrs I Higgins, of Jacksonville, i-l 1;

, Hampton-Lizzie :Marshall. big growth. from there east 01 flour east to the tombe-r ::10! th, TTI !) 'I'be* star 1 had. Inhf "O
---e---- I .------- Atlantic ('oa t Line railroad, intersecting I Intimate: Fcntcs; | $ e-neral; Fund Mrs Belli II. Ambrose\ "("'l1t Sun 'f'.1"j ",

SCHOOL BOMtD.s HI'Df.KT II .VMPIONHampton :. public> road leading from Duke '! Beaelfoul. ('nlll1t).. for the fiscal yenr And (lhr juy from iv and ;Monday with her ehiMri-n, and 1 (

I to lakeButler, 1'lorul.i. Said petition ( ending/ :-:t'pt'ml..rIIth:\ ) 1919Salary fle-d'. ,' in MadiHonMiss l'I
, 'At their meeting on June IKth the July :'t.-Pi'of. U B. Wiggins was accepted and n committee, of CI"I-k of the ('ircuit Court But the Healer was I Mvrtis Roberts is visiting '

ihool) board made up their budget and family are again at home at composed of C;. W. Spires, S. M Dukes ns ( ounty Auditor and Cloik! to County arms were around, .. Schelly biHtnin III Columbia I.
for the next twelve months as follows: Hampton. :Mr. Wiggins is a well and Sam Dukes WitS appointed by Commissioner, $1,10000) ( And ho Led them with ; in w.k. ".:

Outstanding indebtedness.$400.00 known educator formerly of this. place, said board to view and mark out thelouie "'"i. die-ni and mileage of (Commislotii lit showed them u star Mr. and Mrs I Harry I IIn..Juolt) spent, I''!

lary of superintendent u_. 1SOOOO but for the past two years has beenin as proposed by said petition, if 'rs, :ffllI.OII:: () ) ) upper, world ,- fourth very, pleasantly with Mrs: I

Bterest _ _ _ ,-- 7V).00) the Government service at Tampa in their opinion it is the best route, !Pav of Sheriff for Attendance on Twas their Mar ",' ,. '" sister. Mrs I (Coorgu Coin- f

surance _ __ u___ fiOOOfl He has accepted the principnUhip of and report same to this board to convene ( oiintv CommisHioners, $(HI. there '! .
'er diem and mileage .u_ :;50000'eaohoi the Graham school.E. July 2'rd.:! 191H> i (ounty Prosecuting Attorney $:JIHI.lIorney They had. I'lich heard. n Me-ssrs, i I.:. W. Wilder, T P. Rogis-

's salaries _ _ .-..20(510( .00ncidcntal I II. Jones, of Tampa, was looking Petitions signed by J. L. Anderson .\ for County C'ommisnion- the voice,' of 1,1---! r'I'' and. ( L. A. Kobe-its( and 'Rev N. :S.:

fund -- _.._u I 91823> : after business interests here on Wednesday and others asking for 11 public road ers $50.Supervisor: 1 love I hep," I love oc tor. and Miss I Dora Scarborough: I
the reid mli the Union
to be granted as follows: Beginning eif Registration, $210.> i 1 1 Baptist meeting I
fetal expenditures . _$:i'in82"i!: : : :Mrs Harriet Geiger i i. at homeneram on Olusteo creek near J. L. Andersonand Repairs: to county buildings! : 'ourt -- ---- at Smells chinch' last Friday

>tal income _ _ -_ :33,138,25: : after an extensive visit at run south via :M Z. Couron Inn.1IIn.1 House $2111). lad $100) ). 111'1ES: M.\\S; and<1 Siiiiduy. + They 1 report ii
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-----..---. Frostproof and Bowling Green, where intersect with the Lake City and. I Furniture I and I Tixtuios for: Court inteioHling ine-e ting.I a
VKI\K iiiwnn to.( Dukes, July : .-:Mr. Mrs I J. M J. :Mann and Ron Howard
she was the guest of relatives Lake Butler road near D. W. Williams'place Homo.(10. Fill, $100. I'
and Mr. and Mra..1.I I homo Monday afternoon af-
CHVMiKs: ; 1I.\-.iIlS.: i J. B. Studstill l spent several daysin a distance of I 1-1 miles. Said I Jo:xpensos( of County buildtnga.inn-/, :
iriami-con, I Desmond visit with her
Wl' i pious-tint parents
Jacksonville this week, looking after petition was accepted and. filed and a itors and otherc attendants, $::1;;". a
(:irnham ( .
I J. O. Frnlick, a partner in the firm business interests there. ,committee composed 1 of J. Q. Dicks, I light, fuel! and! water, $:\\11". Sunday ieorgia.llr
nnil :Mrs. I.ee and. their. inter
I Starke Hardware Co, has boughte .1..1. Nettles Sr, nn.11.; A. lilatkwel Jnl'id'ntulsF"r 'f J. I Mikes, '
| interest of II 0. Smith and will I A A. Futch spent Sunday in Lake der, was appointed by said board to I promotion County Fair, $'ID00./ mother and l sister little I, HUM, J.iniL'S, spent tin
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business under the same Butler the guest of friends. :Springs Tuesday ' ',' ,' .) with thefoimer'n (parents.
ntinue the ,
I view and mark out the route proposed I For Agricultural Agouti, $I I1OOI !
1 name., Mr. Fralick had been Ine Hampton took on a deserted appearance I by said petition, if in their opinion it I or Canning Club Demonstrator, home Kund.iyMr Me(rose.Mr .
employ of this sturo for several Sunday when so many citizens is the best route, and report same to $H7":;. It.V.. :'Ild.,1 : Johnson, who hiii Lean RpeniN
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intprl'stIn,1 attended, the Sunday School conventions visitor to Lake I Butler !: sniiie tune with her parent, Dr,
n the, later buying an this board to convene July 23rd: 1918 Tor expense County Tair :Manager
1th this purchase comes in control of at both Starke and Waldo. 1 L A. Wynn wan recommended for to State TaI, $:100.) Messrs Guilford; and Mrs It. I'. Wilson returned to
I homo in Fronton last
business. The Starke HardwareCo. Sheriff Epperson, of fctarke, was the appointment as state live "tDckinlpf'ctor For incid"ntuIsloCl'icultural( agent, were) business\ visitors 'r Saturday.
Mrs :Sprinkle: and. son Henry Itoy,
a growing concern and. we predict here on professional business Tues- for the work in Bradford $:Ion( Wednesday '
r Mr. Fralick a successful business i fare of County PoorRepairs: and, '1'. A: I'mkston) was leave Saturday for Salt Springs,
day.Rev county. business h'r.' Ibi-y expert to I be* gone) fur,
Lake Butler
lit ureIRISTIVN. additions to houses and farms, in
L. A. Rawls was here a few The names of the following; paupers poor timeMrs. -.
--- ---- --- :;.!::1410.I Ioronor's :Messrs Russell I
Melrove $
minutes Wednesday en routs to : were ordered dropped from the pauper .
: .1. D Padgett and
Sidney
Hon, ,
Carlte.n Dukes
: CIIIKCH ( Fees of office Dewey
of friends Ineiiests : -
where ho is the guest roll. Joseph Bryant John Wrightand |
I last for South Carolina:
CONVENTION'Last :. ;:. : and witnesses, $K 0Insanity ). Thomas were visitors" 'n.lay a
Rachel Stokes rjurors
Edward Gaines, of Hope Hall, has Sunday -y expect, to be away some time
conventionthe accepted a position at Waldo and left )Dock Wood being reported dead, the Incjuiries: Fees of officers Clarence Scoff was. Mrs I J. K < 'Ila tllill and children M
Sunday the county and committees, $1'25.stationery I .
his wife usual appropriation of $7.r 0 for burial -
Christian churches of Bradford Wednesday, accompanied by' :: und printing: General Worthingtori Springs Mrs llt'h..1IInrkpy: have re
Arthur Wilson of \\ 11.10.'a" expenses was allowed ', after extended and. pleas
1
an ,
at- :Misses and
Nita )
unty was held in :btarke:; and was stationery, blanks etc $350. "
the :M. Cameron, inspector for marks ?
transacting business here during visit "ith11'11.: ChiiHtain's; 'broth
all ofe South I Flnri.la. -
nded by members from parts Record! ) books, $350.:!; arc (
and brand* for the 6th election district -
|
kMrs.. in South I''lorn l'I.! While
morning Kvange-; ue of their "brother, F. L. away
county. Sunday Adve-rtlsing reeiuired I by law andIpnel
delivered i : W. P. Birt, of Louisp, was thetruest Bradford county, having movedfrom | Wf'f.k. .'\ visited Tampa I.akc,land' and l Ar- '
it Cooke of Jacksonville I for by county $ !00.
of her mother Mrs: Nimrno.dur- this niinty, and there being no, | |" .
large Mr Trailer haw ,
very impressive sermon to a : authorized inspector in his stead to,1 I ( ''ninussions' Paid. to Officers-: ,
the week Mr John B. ('r.'w and i children)
conductthe ing his mother and sinter, I
ngregation. Rev.Iulllldy; Tax Assessor, $J"-00;)
record said marks and brands, and | .
L
which were :Miss :Monie Harvey and Dewey upon ( at Sonia Sunday spending the wink with ;Mrs.'
fix )
evening8erviccs I Collector $111)
motored to Starke; Saturday afternoon application and recommendationof ... lr"tllPr.in-law Mr Sam II.
ell attended. Dinner was! served onfce Bugg and were quietly married citizens in .said district, the boundrecommends I Mi\e'riff, general court work, $:>0..). :Mr and Mrs. Lewis .. of New River.'Iho .
,
Brook, visitors
,ground.: I the i 'I Ic rk Circuit Court, recording and were
removal ofKnil
i ..--- Rev T L. 7. Barr officiating Both Sunday Baptist Young 1'pnplen Union 4
--- ro..nprlll I court work, $1JO.I I .
;M Cameron and that
.
: :Mr. and Mrs: Bugg are popularyoung in last Sunday
regular
IN: I// J. J. Morgan and HI sion
SLACKER BROUGHT Sila-j Kite, of Starke. Bradford I Expenses, of election $:! )).
I people, natives of Hampton ors to Worthington After the' regular program +
)
I Indexing, $200.
Sher- and have many friends who wish thema County, Florida be appointed in his --- - r'nd'r.I.| tin following: officer
Sheriff and Deputy dipping chemicals $1000III .
Epperson .
life. stead. The clerk of the board was
prosperous and happy C\RI OT) III.\: elected for the ensuing: year:
Baker .
Baisden went to county on "m'rved for contingencies, $1000.I )
to the Governor' of
requested notify
them The ladies of the local branch A.R. ,' 1\1 r.VIII i,! Scarborough ;
esday, bringing: buck with I board. I Total, $18/520: / .
the request of this .
failed to C. will serve ice cream at the work We desire. to thank (!- .- Ilf.nt. Miss :Marshal Proctor;
hn Ervin colored, who re- : Tuesday and Saturday, The clerk of the circuit court having i Ti-timate: of ':*,"'nHo ,
rt to the local board when called to rooms every the ,1 feiture-'iind kindly assmted us ry .
estimates of
Red prepared revenue
pear for entrainment June 21st. Er- the proceeds to apply on the and, receipts from sources other than,,1 I Bradford County for the fiscal year and death of our son, ". Lender for the Juniors,
n denies receiving: his order, to aplar. i Cross work. 'ndlnK S..ptf'mt'r loth: 1019hi : ly wish to thank Dr. I''s. Julia/ Register; Leadort) for the
\ ;Maxwell and Mm EI- from taxes to be levied, reasonablyto I A and l B Miss. Green 1
He will be carried to Camp ; 1issIalCgie; 'riffs and deputies, cost! bills in his untiring( efforts and <, Berta
be expected from the first day of
toe ma Bishop were shopping in Starke tendance Mr J. E: Maine The II. Y. P. U.
hnston today to be turned over October, A. D, 101<, to the 30th day criminal cases, J100O/ ). .
Wednesday. :Mr and :Mrs. 1-:. . ts every Sunday evening at 7:10.:
trialHlADrORD ,
military authorities! for I ; onstables/ rot bdlt I in criminal
of September, A. D. 191j!. the said
- The many friends of :Mr :M"rvm L. ; r>hcjiy| cordially invited l to. at-
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-COUNTY: SOLDIERS Raw ley will be grieved: to learn rif his estimates having been properly verified . ,i 18.t'r lerk, $20O.f of the ('iret uit Court, cost bills :NOTICE. : TO fin . t I
under! oath ordered
death I at St. Lukes Hospital on Thursday were spread, in criminal cases! $."0. .\ :. !!: Mrs.I E.: 7.. oadholtz and children
the minutes of the board and
result of serious. accident upon returned after several
II r. Riard as a a milt criminal spending:
Friends. of Lieutenant the original filed as n part of the reI'ord" ounty Judgeroir in 4
Friday. with husband and father in
thatis Bond Trustees have
will be interested to know of the hoard, and is in words and, ra"'H. $250.Juatice;) onvill...
now a part of Uncle Sam's acre follows of the Peace, cost bills in water meter rates July
figures as :
fighting force in France, the regi-: LIDDONMIOWLANHi : :. : General Fund criminal. cares $J1: of April 1st, a'w"" :Mr. Anton Feigle was a visitor in

ent to which he !is attached having i i _ENGAGEMENT.: : Occupational licenses _ $ 700.00 Witness! fc'<"*, $000./ N.w bills will be .' Butler Monday, returning to
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line trenches on 4 in insolvency force prior to April 1st Tuesday. His wife* ac
en sent to the front (ourt stenographer
;Mrs. C. \\'. Liddon announces the Railroads and telegraph: licenses eil for quarter ending :! : him back to tho city They
me 30th.Clarence. ca-i" $ >0sheriff's.
_ _ 60000Fine t
amt marriage .
Mrs engagement approaching rates after June to move there imme'eliiitely."
Ware, son of :Mr. and and Forfeiture Fund commissions! on fines, etc., er
of her daughter Katherine Virginia --- -
L. Ware, of Starke, has lately beennt C. lowland the Fines and costs! _ _ - _, 1000.00 collected, $200.: ) reading( of each meter
to France. lie Is attached to the to :Mr. Lucius The tax assessor presented his Feeding prisoners, $100.: on each IJill| Saturday night while trying to a void
regularmy. wedding to take place early in July. For the month of July vehicle John Powell drove a
>8th regiment of infantry, received books showing the assessed valuation Pay of juror in criminal cases, coun- ,
will be
The announcement count will he extended : into standing, at
friends, of t of the property for examination by ty and justice peace courts, $200. par a wagon
Luther Powell returned to duty on with interest by the many with the Disinfectants, $200.Continued / and. cut off date July curb on Walnut street. Owing to
the board in compliance requirements -
icsday with the Naval Reserves at: the couple who will unite in extend- ment of bills. I slow speed of the car at the time
of Section 23, Chapter
4th-cksonville relatives., after a short visit here ;, Ing congratt I : Times-Union.lations and best wishesSunday's 5596> Laws of Florida. The board of ( on Page I.) Board. of Bond little damage resulted.









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l' FACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA.

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he could be able to take under his artillery Vuux is about two miles from Chateau Uiuklna and E. B'*'to!"'.11. NHOLSTER. U( LIABILITIES -;.u--., .,

i I fire the railroad paralleling Thierry. This was carried by Chairman Board Puhl'ie Inatructlon Brad- Capital Stock Paul In --- n. i" ,,
II W-- the battle line and running along the the rush of the French and Americans, font County, ..10rlda.AlleRt Individual Depoalta Subject to fhi" -. "t"'I;
of DeuoHit II
[ Summary of the ] Bretna river east of Lake Caldonazzo. who also occupied two small patches : : Time Cunhler'a rliricat4a Check OutatandinKSavinin "II
This line is the connecting link between of woods in the immediate vicinity. I EYounyPSrintcni.nt? and Secretary.4M DenoaitaIlilla n_._. __ ., ,';

the Piave and Adige fronts and The Germans almost immediately Note* Payable and l Billa__n RedlacuunU-d_._n __. ,.f'(J 'I'I

if the Italians could dominate it the l>egan counter-attacks in an attempt I Report of the Condition of All Other Llubilitlea -- .
FRIDAY sassinated
Next fJerman; Offt-nrnve Heliv I To no official confirmation. would be seriously impaired. efforts failed in every instance. In In the State of Florida at the clone of bunlneM StaUi Total of Florida, County of llni.lfj,'H'-""s s
lie On .Montdklier Front : The French are continuing their"nibbling" the initial attacjc and in their assaults June 2l>th. 1918. I. J. C. Myrd. Cuahler of the III.{ ?,. ?"
I SUNDAY the lines the allies KnourcraLoana Bank do aolemnly awear that th",. ,utI., ""!':
held
tactics along the line running against new by
There are not yet no outward Indications I real e"t"te -- .. 8. 67.45 la truo to the beat of my knowledui
as to when and, where the Germans are Driven Out of Stragetic northward from the Marne. Friday the Germans have suffered very Loan on on CollHteral Security Other J. C. UYItli i.mi i. ,I i...*'
German command will launch its next I I'oHJtions on the Western Front they swept the Germans back heavy losses, at least GOO prisoners than Real Enlate ..--. 16.672.S6 1.761.00 CorrectWent:
stroke against the Allied lines. The Another week has passed without from the environs of Villers-Cotterets having been taken by the French and All other Loumi and Dincounla un._U'__.- 367,72; (W.i. W.F.GODWIN
I I forest southwest of Soissons, and held Americans. One entire German regiment Hanfclmr 'no'J.e. VJrnfturc and Fix-' IlliOWN
fighting lull on the western front continues the Germans rl.'Humintht'ir/ offensive .80.<4 LOUIS H. HIM.
with only raids and local attacks along the western front. In fact, the the ground they had taken. Saturday< is officially reported to have turt't Real- -EntaW::- --_-_- --_-__---.nn *.l' lSOI II. -
Other n .
attacked the German been virtually annihilated in the bat Subscribed and sworn to be!' r, .
while on the Italian front the entente allies have shown the greatest night they suddenly I Due from Incon-oraled IIlInk..- 230.311 2nd day of July. 1 18.JAMES m .
Austriuns, reeling/ from the ehock of activity during this period and in lines a little to the north of the tle. Other Caah Itema.- inConn T. MOORE. N. ., ,
the repulse of the I'iuve seemingly several parts of the battle zone have C'lignan river and just to the left of A thrilling air battle between nine ProHl on and Hand Lo.. .- 1'2jrJ' I Commluilon expires I Jan. 10. :v;,<

are content to allow the Italians to carried the fight to the enemy. the positions held by the American \nierican airplanes and an equal number
have the initiative. It is two weeks | These actions have been local in troops in that sector. A long/ ridge of German machines is reported 1 in
since the German crown prince ceased chacter, but have been fought for important between the villages of Mosloy and the Chateau Thierry sector. At least
his ineffectual efforts to reach Compiegne immediate objectives, which Pussy-En-Vulois was occupied and 265 three German planes were destroyed
and the breathing pace, which strengthened the allied line where it prisoners were taken. Further north, while two American machines have
has been longer than between the offensive 'ifi-deU bolstering before the breaking near St. Pierre Aigle, the French positions failed to return from the encounter.
across the Aisne and that on I I'of the storm ot shot and shell expected were improved by local attacks. British forces northwest of Albert
the Noyon-Montdidier front, has been at any time. At various points have been forced to fight hard to hold
sufficient to permit the Germans to'I'j the allies have placed in jeopardy the The British have repulsed an enemy positions they took from the Germans
prepare fully for u renewal of the offensive. I enemy's tenure of certain parts of the assault in the neighborhood; of Merris 'Sunday night. A determined attack by
Allied capitals look for another line and have extended their control near where the Germans; were driven the enemy at that point threatened to
blow very toon. Military observers over wide sectors of the front buck east of Nicpp forest on Fri wrest the captured ground from the
believe it will come on the I This was the notable result of the ,day. The British official statement British bift heavy counter-attacks,
front between !Montdklier and YprcH. '' attack near Belleau wood on the I mentions heavy German artillery fire flung the foe out of all but one of the

For the pu.st few days the German I Marne\ front, by the Americans on before Amiens, near Albert; north of trenches he hud occupied.
artillery fire has been violent on several Wednesday.! They did not seek to the Scurpe near Arras, and in the region The French front west of the Oise
sectors, each of which might be brt'ak th'rough the German line, but of Fcstubert: northwest of Lens. and east of Rheims has been the scene
selected for an attack. Those, sectors wanted to reach high ground which The official statement issued at Berlin of considerable local fighting in which
are south of Arrus, the northern and would command the villages of Torcy says that artillery firing has increased prisoners were taken by the allied
southern legs of the Lys salient, and anil Uouresches. This ground is now I between the Yser and the forces. The French have reoccupied
south of the Aisne. The Germans II h"I,1| securely. Marne, which includes virtually all of the village of St. Pierre Aigle, south

may, however, attempt to surprise the The French attacking southwest of the active battle zone. west of Soissons, which they- lost. three
Airies by attacking where they hope SoisHontt on the Aisne front, had the weeks ago.
they will not be expected. object in view. They hurled them- TUESDAY Italian forces which have been gaining
Aerial activity is above the aver r selvees at the German line with such Success Crowns Efforts of Italians important ground on the eastern
age.; The Germans; have raided" 1'uris gallantry that in little over an hour In the :Moutains side of the Asiago plateau have suddenly

two nights in succession No great; they penetrated over a front of thre) Success has nparently crowned the offensive shifted their attack to the
damage; wtis caused Wednesday and miles and captured more than 1,00 of the Italians in the mountains Monte Grappa region, east of the
on Thursday slight material several casualties resulted. Allied I. German counter attacks have bee I Launched on Saturday the attack on positions have been carried and nearly

bombing squadrons' are very active repulsed with heavy losses the Austrian lines has gained. rugged COO prisoners captured by the Italians.CzechoSlovak .
against German military targets The British on the extreme western heights where the enemy was strongly troops fighting under'
behind the lines. The British pre ', tip of the Lys salient on the Flan entrenched nnd the fighting is still Die Italian flag have taken part in

making nightly raids into Germany, !jdera i front, cut deeply into the Ger !going on. Vienna admits a retirement the struggles of the last few specially against the manufacturing i! man lines on Thursday and succcedecin to "prepared positions" which is the mountains
IIOd railroad towns between Metis anil shoving the enemy from his positions the expression used in official state There is still no indications that the
the Rhine. on several I little ridges of lam ments to mean that an enemy blow German offensive is about to be renewed Speed Speed !
Unsettled conditions in Austria- to lower levels from which he will flm has gained important) ground. in spite of the fact that it is
Hungary may keep the Austrian it more difficult to attack. After three days of struggling in almost three weeks since the fighting
from immediately resuming the offensive I There is reason for believeing that the mountains, the Italians are still north of the Compiegne came to a Uncle Sam pushed the clock ahead
in Italy. The food situationcontinues preparations are now nearly complel the most stop. hour
i hammering hard at powerful one to give more light.
so serious that reports from 1 1 oil for resumption of the Germu and threatening positions of the en American, British and French forces I
Switzerland say martial law may be I II drive somewhere on the western fron emy. They have not only gained which have been landed nt Kolu on Take advantage of it. You owe itto

proclaimed throughout the dual mon Just where the blow will fall is not ground, but held it itguinst desperate the Murmansk coast, to protect vast yourself and your country to make
archy. i known, although the allied commune counter-attacks by thu Austro-IIun- stores transported there before the every minute count.
Reports from Berlin through neutral 1 seems, by its confident attitude, to guriun forces, which were mown down collapse of Russia as a factor in the
countries indicate increasing pun- have some clue us to to the intention by artillery fire and completely checked ivnr, probably will be called upon to Use your car passenger or commercial
Gorman anger against the foreign becretary. of the foe. The blow, when it comes by the Italian infantry. face a serious attack soon. Dis- to the limit.
Dr. Von Kuehlman. The secretary is expected to eclipse the ferocity of Detail maps of the area in which (latches from Christiania say that
however, has not resigned has the emperor, requested his resig :31, or along the Aisne on May 27. An distinctly some of the places mentioned ; northward toward the coast. United States Rubber Company,

nation. epidemic of influenza in tho Germa in the official statements. The helped awaken the country to the

army is reported and this togethe Vienna admission that the new Austrian I . + + . + + + + + . economic value of the automobile
SATURDAY with the prevalence of typhoid, dys line runs through "Stemple' + LEGAL NOTICES last fall. He said"Everything
llritlHh and French Troop* Take OffeiiHive outcry and other diseases may delaI wood" is .therefore, without significance + + + + + * + + + + + + +
in Flanders I, the onset for a time but as the positions held by on wheels must be
The British troops in Flanders and j|1 A week ago the Austriuns bega the Austrians before the Italian attack ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE used and mobilized."The .

the French forces further south np1parently j I their flight across the 1'iuve rive began were above the forest line Notice In hcri'liy, irhcn to nil oroilitora.. illstribiitpra -
have anticipated the from the western bank where they, it would He11thut the enemy had "'Ilat..e. and all other persons. havinu : automobile is second to the

posed' inrne
the
!lish channel ports or Paris imd hands of the Italians. It is possi he formerly hl'ldIn" thus placed at a to 1 thp uniluniigrned n. A.lnnnlntrntor, of hln to them in collecting and
first i bio now to view the event in its tru dis advantage in the fighting to come. mill I'Btnto wltliln two yean from thp ilatc
hel'<'Or. olhiTwIno the mime will be barred distributing merchandise."Owners .
perspective and, estimate the I I
details of the victory The Italian attack
Although slight seemingly; was Dnlcil nn.l HlKtd thin ir.lh day of May. A.
nuvers thus far have been revealedlive planned with care. On the right flank D. 1018 should use their cars,

allied troops caught; the enemy luniph. of (';t'n. Diaz's forces 1 is the Brenta An nilrninlstrnlor of SIDNEY the titntu D. of PA J DO D.ETr I'ad-, both passenger and commercial, more
awares at salient points, and, driving There is still danger ot another attack river, which affords, some protection ".'11. d'c..ed. I and more."
swiftly forward, took terrain which I{ being launched against Italy, thi" against n flanking attack. On the A. V. 1-onn. altornry. 6.1 -DtSOlll'E
would have been of considerable value ![ time from thp mountain front nncj left there are two deep valleys, which orCIIAnGE---: Make the most of your car by using
as the starting )points of enemy at- i j with German forces leading their allies also lend themeselves admirably to OF -FINAL I I the tires that will extend its usefulness

tacks In addition a comparatively in their attempt to force th'ir! tho tactics adopted by the Italians. Six mirnthi after date hereof I will present to the utmost.
large number of prisoners and path down into the Italian plains. The British hospital ship Llandov- my voucher* and final account to the Ilonorbl I
chine !guns were taken. mI"I The situation in Russia is very obscuro ery Castle, bound from a Canadian I Hradford.. Ceo.county A. Gardiner..Florida County and auk Judice for mt at I Use good tires United States Tires.

The attack of the Ilritish was delivered and while there are indication port for England has been sunk with Hnnl diHchnriro as adminiHtrntor of the eatat'of
that the of the Bolshevik J. R. tlallbrook and M. A. They last longest and carry you
about midway between Hazebrouck sway in out warning by n German submarine, cea.e.1. llallbrook, dr
that country may be near its ('n.l.. when seventy miles from So far farthest at least cost.
and Hothune on n front of near lijnd.' Thin the 29th day: of !March. 101 A.
there is no confirmation of the reports only twenty-four of the S.'iH J. V. EDWARDS.
ly three and a half miles over terri persons 8-39-6 There is a United States Tire for
that the of mo. Admin'.t.alor.MASTEH'S .
government LcnineI
tory which the Germans recently have on board have boen reported safe. The
1. liven deluging with (lhdl Altogether I nnd Trotzky has been overthrown, rate of those who are missing is un every car or truck to guarantee uninterrupted
The some situation obtains in Siberia. known. SALE service and greatest
er the attack was proilurtive of an uvorugo -
.<4, gain of ground to depth of where the Itolsheviki and the German An official statement Notice In economy.
a Austrian issued nt Berlin hereby a-lven that tinder and by
mile taking and prisoners of war claims Virtue of u Finn! Decree Foreclimure. made
nearly a nnd included the that 191,454; unwoundod aliod -
are fighting against; the Cozecho-Slo- and rendered July Int. A. U. 11118. by tha Our nearest Sales and Service Depot
ii, of several small hamlets, vaks prisoners have been captured .In.lire, of the Cl--ult I I Court of I hi- Nth Judicial
Ji:' The stroke of the French troops was on the west, nnd Gen. SemenofT's since :March 21. Of these 91.11:19:)! were Circuit, of Florida, in nnd for Hradford' County. dealer will tell you which ones will
army on the east. In Chnncerv Sittinir.' in favor of
still fl'ont-four l British tjll.OJJ!)! French AMKHIfAN serve you best.United .
over u jtrenter nn< n The of Austria ; were and the AKintr.TURU.; CHEMICAL COM
half miles-nnd they nt points also to omperor has refused rost were Portugecse, Belgians and PANY. A (COIU'OIIATION Complainant, and
accept the resignation of Premier aicalnut F M IIAKTI.KTT: AND HIS ,
Americans. WltE
penetrated positions to a frooilly Six allied generals andi,200
enemy Von Seydler's cabinet nnd he has culled MARCV C IIA IITI.ETT. Defendant., the unlerniirned States Tires

depth, at some points u mile and a officers are said to have been will olfer for aal, before tho Court
quarter. The evident intention was parliament to meet on July 1(5.MONDAY ( taken by the Germans. Houne Door nt Starke. Florida between the

further to block the jrateway to Paris : In France there rmve been local atacks eiral UIS, to hour tho.* hiithent of nail and on .bent Munlayu"u..t bidder for cn Oth.h, are Good Tires
, through; the Villers-Cottercta rl' ion. at various points north of the the followinK il.ncrilH'il l.mlH. situated In
From Ahlemy to the east of Mont Activity Increasing. On All Fronts. Murne on the west side of the salient Iradford i.. County .Florida to-wit: The Eu.t
i. jjoliert the French curried out their Italians and French Make Gains, Iriven into the allied lines by the German Half the Northwest i i of the Ouarter Northweat( t, I of CJunrter Section i"i'Thir' of We know United States are good tires. That's why we sell them

. offensive nnd overwhelmed strongly Attacking the A list re-Hungarian offensive that was begun ;May 27. ty-two ,iiTownahni: > Seven .l"l' South Ranve
,
L fortified positions ot the enemy along lines on the Asiago plateau the Italians The French have advanced their lines Twenly-Twii 1201 nctv. more iJJl or Kant l I.:...u.,toirether containing with Twonly all and
, tho entire front. lIes lI's the beating :I have wrested Monte Diva Bella north of the Clignon river once more alninilar. the tenement., hemlitamenta and The Ford Garage.It
'.. back of the enemy more than J.OliO from the enemy, captured 809! prisoners ind have passed the railroad line run- wi appearance.tt appertaining.* thereunto belonvlnir. or in any- .
(.icrmuns; were captured. I IAlthouR'h I and, held' their new positions ling from Chezy to "tnly.I J. C. FOPPELL.

the points of attack wer against repented counter-ntacks I Further north the French have takn JOHN W. I1L-I.L. S"MiH'' M""l"r -
separated by about 100 miles the maneuvers I I This sudden. turn from the defensive strong positions along the ridges Complainant'! Solicitor.
seemingly had been well considered to the offensive comes ns a surprise to the east of Villers Cotterets forest.
by Hen. "Koch the allied com- j to the laymen of the allied There have been no unusual engagements NOTICE

mamlor-in-chief, as they were carried i world for it had been believed that along the British or American ,I To Th,. Honorable. Hoard. of Public In.tru.
out synchronously. The strategy of I Gen. Dinz, the Italian {commander rents, but there is a tenseness along tion.Stnrke.
the double stroke is apparent when it I Iis [ would be content to hold his lines in he \\ hole line from Ypres to Rheims. Flu.We .

realized that n successful German; I j the mountains against a great new ind even to the east, along the French owner thv* umleniirned petition jrour taxpayer honorable* and body property u.-
thrust where the British struck would! offensive intended by the .Austrian ind American sectors there is expec- call an election to determine whether the
:, and Germans to take tho ation crritory embraced In the following, to .be
have menaced the channel ports or n away sting that the breaking of tho storm known IM Konier Special' Tax IHntrict. hall
".. similar move in the south would huvej of the defeat of the Austrians along may come nt any time. In front of vote a special mlllmce and further f it.
> placed the French capital in jeopardy. tho Piave two weeks ago. Amiens this feeling is especially an three foll,tnmteeii.>... : llexlnnlnx thla territory at NE to corner be bounded S.... I.. Cost Just 20 Cents MoreTc.
A Hriti.sh official communication N'or was' the Italian attack limited marked. There the Germans began, a Tp. 4. Runup 2i Eam. thence Went aloni.. the
says that in nir fighting Thursday, to tho position on ;Monte Di Vnl Bella great bombardment but so far as remrted channel .of New River to S.W corner of Sec Produce the Big Ont than Runt
3D. thence Went alonii Tp. line divldintr Tp'I it did the
twenty-nine enemy airplanes were nc- Further (east on the left bank of the have not sent their infantry 4 I and .1 to the 3-4 Section line of section' 4.
counted for twenty of them having'' Brenta river, they captured the height into action. 'IP. B. Knnin. 21 Enl.. thence nouth on .aid THEn IG
; been des rl 'e.r.1. Fourteen British of Sn" lIuR.o1so. just north of the vil- There was intense nrtivifv- in *>.-nt; 3-4 thenc.Section Kant line to line, South of Section 1*. ONE WAS FEDAVALON
nald
nn Section
machines tailed to return. I iagp; or valstagna. ghting Sunday.; The French brought; 3. K. Corner of Section 17 line. Tp to FARMS HO G TO NE
There is considerable fighting be | These two actions, while local in own, or put out of action, twenty-one I a.hn. Kaniie J2 Eaut. thence north on laid, -
o point of .
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tween the Austriuns and the Italians character may explain the failure of Jermnn airplanes, while the British Arthur "'orlin"beginning.n J. K. RUII.... W. F. )' -TH* Llvaid Hot Con in the mountain regions of the Italian | the Italians to pursue the Austrians hot down twenty-two nnd drove ten oyth. J. I Roai... J. F.. H..ol'r..1. W. COrit.0" _THE RUNT WA SN'T
II. ,
theatre, but comparative quiet prevails across th<> Pinvc when on June 23: the down out of control. flo.It. .:. 1I".I..r F. Rvdd'"lf., ,r. S.J S.PI'nm.JI S..I/, ... II.. ItOB'..': b
long the Piuvo river. I enemy fled from the west bank with W. IInol..r.... .1. W. tClaklnl.: I. I !!.milh.lI..olrr.L. M:, I THEY. ..'l1.started. hr. at the lame tim and "-eight. Th.. were
haste Murrh. IIn..ly K..y. It. -. ... me feed under the e ep-
r Unofficial reports are to the effect a thiit indicated (something WEDNESDAY L. ,;...kn., JI"rl.y K' .. : .w'n..I. .1. same conditions with one -
'n. .I"ltn (;rIlTi. tlQ2fflHaiTnA1nti.hs! "t"1"of' AVALON HOGTONtinB
FARMS
I that troublous events again; lire in dl'moral i7.atlon. .\mericnn and French Troop( Force (!rl",... II. J. H..I.r, W .r. S.llin", .. J: S.II itioner. and Futen
progress in Russia. Tho Bolshevik Gen. pitiz porbably> has expected the Back Salient :.Made in :May G.IfT"Th.. B"'I W.' I R.ur K..y.1'lIbh lol government in Moscow is said to have heaviest enemy blow to lie launched Hurling: themselves nt tho of ,'''" h."by ....1..", IIn IIralr..1 :1\1\ ::: '''I\:". ::. _.... ;:.:: "": .n
tip I" Iw
been overthrown by forces umler tho along tho mountain front which is the ho salient h.I.1' ,"'! I.f..r' Icho..1 ., on Saturl :J'!;::' .... _. r .::.: ':\\-j"
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, driven into the allied lines uat 'r, r..r the .,..,. ., y. ,X"*.' ro'M .m .. A :: \\c; : : ..
I leadership of CeneniN; KornilotT and key to the whole Italian situation. In y the ( i.Tinans Into in ;May. the Amricann I WUln" Ltltk.it. nnd purpi t.,, .h...t '.11"?'?..in.... th..( ",'' ... ..:.:: ....;:. : \:: ':fI. 'J' -.:. 'i';::. Ji":
' 1,1.1. : ::
: Knledines. Mo-row i in said to hllfllI..n \'" attacking there himself, ho has car- I and French have won Inlf ,?,., ..It.n, ,th. r nil"" ,n" mlln.. ...... ,; ,\ I" "" 1. ::::,;:' ; :: ': n HOOIi aon.!
import- 'I" "i 'fX N< "ill So You
"""' "Pf'tnled .1 :: 1 your hog* days.
! and Trot.ky nnd Lenine, the vied the fight to the foe gamed strong nnt groim.l near Chateau Thierry., The M |1'Morr..J, w :::.:.', ,.. ''i";;:" .. ': J Y new, If ihe Ifwultoof

leaders of the IttiUlu'wk. government, positions at vital points ami broke up I I attack w.i- local in character hut; its i i nows Torn i ivrn? .. ..... ..:::t._.., .r.::=".'", I.U. 1)/.)/0'HO" It,will coat E trealment you nothing.
declared to have flod the some of the '
across preparations
are made by the' success tho' PUXX
may prove important in S LIVER PILLS do _
iulf of Finland l toward the Murmiincount. enemy for nn olfensive' in that future 1 contain C.lom.l.' which la FOR SALE DVStarke .
quarter. operation in that part of tho the only real Livei, Clo4n....(but not tha ..icl.nin.gnpina .
Another report i is that Grand battle front near Paris. Calomel yrv.dr..1 nil litelUlaao .
Duke Nicholas has been proclnimcilemperor. It hardly to be believed that Gen. The a-.;iult was aimed nt the hamlet ,cienlifically combined with, oth.r your cle.in.ina J Hardware
I Mapinna to go further than local of Viiux. which is situated on the drug, that It w.1I l| not.iclen. ",;>r ?, ,.??,?? with Company
Th> reports that former prnpcrorNichidur. objectives' but if he should make south si.le of the Chateau-Pans road your walk. Known and endoraml by thaiuandi.. .

has been put to death or as much progress on the .Atiago plolteau.FL and on the northern slopes of Hill :204.: !Ma:e 250 by the AT mak DRUG n KO of Planli'a GENERAL Chiil STORES.Ton c Starke Florida





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FRIDAY. JULY v: 1919 BRADFORD COUNTY TCI.EGRAPH. bTAKKR. FLORIDA. I'AGGTIIKEa

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should write immediately to JosephC. And when you see finish
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I'r )Logan, Director of Civilian Relief, Come asking help from me. "I( II.IMuied. ( hamhrrlnin'B Tablets

.YMmnnNw..a.....->.'u.uuiuu.. I '\I.'O: ( Henley Hldg., Atlanta, Ga. ,1".1 mutt *u>' they arc the best I have I
.---.- : <"MM u-cd foi lonttipation, and
:So call out your Zeppelins Reasons IndigPs- .
Live State Newsy THE: KAISKIfS l'IUYF.1t Tomorrow night at eleven I I""fell :My wife also used them for Indigistion -
i For v\hen you tackled! Uncle Sam ; and they I did her Rood," j<
l.--.I: :Mine Gott will you be my partner? You declined war on heaven. Why you should use w iiti'- Eugene: S, Knight Wilmington.
Told Our Exchanges. I You don't know who I am.I Car dm, the woman's N <'.. ('hllmh"I'llIin'lI Tablets are -
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am dor German Kaiser, 'TU good to see our Uncle Samuel tonic have, for been your shown troubles In, mild and! gentle m then' action Give /
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-- her Emperor William. With them a trial You are cc'ttuin to lio
his battle unfuilcd.He
flag thousands of letters from '
has done his of this I' pleased with tho agreeable laxative
always duty actual users medicine
rf Arcadia's coast artillery : You know I whipped der Belgians: For the freedom of the world who speak from ''effect which they produce. Obtainable
bis been admitted into And mitt bullets filled Russia full; personal experience. If ; vI''wht'rc-Adv. EI 4
rvice. i I And I whipped France and Italy, the results obtained by X
|The carcass of a hog was found 'I, And Mowed up Johhny Hull. If Edison needs! all my lightning k other women for so many I
stomach of an eleven-foot Sure he can have it free years have been so uniformly : LEMONS WHITEN AND
ar recently killed near Eustis. I( Now all deco other nations- To semi" your blooming submarines Rood, why not t
I Approximately 2,500 negro '', Veil, I don't gift n damn: To the bottom! of the sea. give Car ui a trial? BEAUTIFY THE SKIN

Ikssed through Jacksonville }' If you will be my partner Take
ening en route to Camp in New And hl'lphip dot Uncle Sam. And when the war is over Make This Lotion C.
Beauty
You will have no place to dwell.

(YIn Putnam county the i You know I got der submarines, Unless your ally :Satan: I Cheaply For Your Face,

s are furnishing serum and All Europe knows dot well,- Will fi\e( you pint of hell. CARDUITIle I 1 Arms Neck and Hands.
in effort to -L.A. h hAt
ee to farmers an But dot Edison's got a new patent now __ __ _OVIS
jit hog cholera in that section. I Vot blows, dent all to hell. m
There are already 21,000 men II j-'S; .\ BO\ :SCOUT.His Woman's Tonic ;I IIic'i -t t uf a small jar of ordinary .

roped ut Camp Johonston, i ) Now Gott, if you do this, "lit "I. .mi cue can prepare a full
,cksonville. Several thousand Then You I vill!! always low Uncle Sam can bank on him, Mrs. Mary J. IrvIn, ol <)iuarti'i" pent| IIf the most wonderful lemon -
e expected before the week is I,, And I vill lie Emperor: of the earth whatever be his part, Cullen, Va., wrltcsi kill -ofli'iicr" timid 1 complexionbeatililicT ( I
At a meeting of the lIil1sboroll And You the Emperor above. llo's a Scout! "About II years ago&:; I I hy squeezing the juice of t
emocratic Executive Committee No "if" or "amis" or "buts" and suffered untold misery two fresh lemons into u bottle containing a +

turday a resolution was passed I But Gott, if you refuse me this "ors" to confuse his mind, and heart I with female trouble,bear- three ounces of orchard white
of the I 1 llo's Scout! "an' should be taken) to strum the
g the repeal Bryan Then tomorrow night at (elevenI a lag-down pains, head- I juice t
w, : I \ cull my Zeppelins out, ache numbness . I t through a line cloth so no lemon pulp
| Every baby under six years of And declare war on Heaven. Come, look him over cmcfully front I 1 geti I in, this this lotion will )Keep fresh' y
would for three weeks
RO foi month ; knows that "
Jacksonville will be weighed Kvery woman
.1 easured under the auspices of Now'Gott, I would ask you this: Quiz and him face poke about.him turn him upside i' t almost bent double . lemon June m used to bleach and ro-

oman's Committee Council of II ) Hut it can be plainly seen down or inside out, My husband went to Dr. none such blemishes us freckles, Si-
onal Defense.All If Edison: pushed that buttonI You'll find him true as navy blue for Cardul . low ness mid tan and I is the ideal skin v 4

of the Florida towns that I got no submarines. And resolute and .stout! After taking about two softener whitener and bcmitilicr.
tarb markets are well pleased He's a Scout! bottles I began:;: going: Jimt try itl Get; three ounces of
jfern and many other towns in Answer to the Kai,,er'n Prayer around and when I took orchard white; at any drug store and
late are at this time I three bottles I could do two Ifinon.s from the grocer and makeup
ving curb markets, too. Well, Kaiser, Mr. Kaiser, His sense of duty points for him u all work." E-80 a quarter] pint, of thin sweetly fragrant -
f Brevard county has the promise The world can plainly see clear and shining way, q my lemon lotion anti masmigc it daily

?. splendid fruit crop next year, ; That you started on the warpath, lie's u Scout! into the face, neck, arms and hands:
i all indications point to good Without consulting me. He undiTMtunds: what "service" menus It is mnrxclouii to .smoothen rough, rod
excellent season may be lend "honor" and "obey," hands: >8Aw !
vward to with confidence. I '' And when you look for partners, lie's a Scout! ---- --- -- - : _.
i Members of the Association For your nefarious work. No Worm .in a Healthy ChildAll - - -

orida Fairs and officials of the !I No one would help you lie's genuine American, he's loyal rhllitrpit tmuhliM with worm hnvi an unhralthy -
,al I fairs in the state and in I But the Devil! and the Turk. through and through, color,which IndU ",.poor 61 I | e.i|, unit at a with DEADLY POISONSRftfCPRN
I rule Ihrro U mnr or leu ntnmaih dlNturlMiiiiifGROVE y
eorgin held a meeting in I lie's on the job to .show old Bill what : S TAS'IH.FSS: chllllONIC Mlvpn ri-itillarl k
Jlle Monday afternoon for the I Yes, the Devil is your ally Yankee) boys can do. for two nr HIM wee-kit will enrich the hl<..I. lin
of discussing and making I With all his new machines An there he'll slick through thin nnd prove the dlutnllftn,and at.t..a General; Strnnillhrnlotf
osc Ionic to tho whule nymrm, Nature will thenthrow
KILLS PATS. MICE AND COPMCPS
improve the fairs of the two Liquid fire and poison gas; thick odor dlflpel ale woriiiil,and the hllil will IN* '
f. A corporation has been I, And treacherous submarines. Until the War is through! In perfect health 1'1..11'10 take Wlo 1M"r beetle
ir the of constructing I lle'n a Scout! foe SALI IY ,
purpose C
lor the emergency fleet You murdered little children -F. J. P. In Hoys' Life. 210 I'OUNl: ) PIGS' j.v. \viurK & RON

Florida, utilizing the i __________ .n _.. -I\'lie Central Store."
t :Millville,
mber manufacturing plant of I With corn above BO I ('tit. hogs eat si'AitKK, ri.oitinv.!
Amcrican Lumber I their heads olf very quickly. The hog j
(hich rman has- been taken over by the I New Fashions That AreSponsored that taken two or three months toget .r
on full feed never brings!: you IIprotlt.
Custodian. I
J mv The, Property meeting of the Florida I : Ask Your Grocer10 t.I .

Breeders' Association in :\ i by Summer When you are ready to put your ,I
Mt Wednesday was the greatest .shoats on feed. 1 tirgin with the II. At
Thomnti' hog Medicine Use regularly .
livestock meeting
esu Id in of Florida.any The attendance I Collarless Effects Are and! watch your shouts round out ;
Very Popularfor
into flit hog in nine months hogsgoing CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES
jver two hundred, including many I }:
: well over JJIIO:! pounds and l ns
he prominent men of the state. I New York July 3.-There are many'''' nut'en a Hash IK worn though a the i
high us :UII! ) ,pound Figure: nvenure
Eight hundred and fifty gallons' little development of the summer ,I girdleof soft i ribbon! could be usedif fording: trod you will see why "f
Silk, are being shipped out of fashions that are absolutely fascinat di'mied. The skirt is pleated at the
medicine i is good '
fait\ the II. A. Thomas: a
unty daily. This county i is ing. What could be more adorable ;high waistline, and 1 is: draped on the inveHtment. Try feeding out your ? I
ming' a dairying section.. The than the wide sun hats made of straw I,MidiAny of the soft summer material -
not
hogs on lmourn b u's plan and if you 1 ar<
pare being improved and and tnfTcttu interwoven, with perhapsa .- could lie used for developing thisdeign. : refund, Pffl
will
tops are being taken to rid, the knitting bag to match? Then, too, Voile is particularly good, , the. cost than of (the pleased medicine.: , wo J. W White Best By Every Tcst !
y of cattle ticks Thirty-seven the organdie hats with their high and soft silk, makes up charmingly & Son. Adv.
ing vats are in operation in the crowns of taffeta or satin and wee Combinations of :Materials 4i

', silken roses in pastel shades are absolutely This IK no new style I feature, and
fl'prcs'ntative citizens of bewitching worn with the fluffy yet it in one of the most effective of 4vTUS- '8.8..it'8.9'iiH-1'-I B wH4t..! 'h.8'r+a-d@ i of.i .i.-;> J ,
assembled in mass mooting all'I, frock of organdie or voile. One hut 'iimmer modes. Some of the combinations
-y morning of last week and I I of biege colored organdie had a knife strike us as a trifle queerat i HOT WEATHER t tI
ously voted to endorse the I pleated ruffffle on the edge of the first, but they are really interesting lit
ond issue of $100,000 for the city !, and as u rule there is a very good f
''enancola, which will create a reason behind the 1I.mill111f'onsiR. i
odern subdivision, where tency.! For instance there are many I NECESSITIES
f the Pensacola Shipbuilding .hr iSAelt oimbmutions of Georgette; crepe and

any may be properly housed.! : linen. Georgette crepe washes I per- I I

The little daughter of Pave felly and I keeps its dainty appearance ;2; With the coming of hot weather you should provide !

well known farmer of the ( : i far longer than either voile or organdie i yourself with the necessities to make life more com h
H-tion, near Grove Springs was ) the two most natural materials : b
ctim of a serious accident last : to combine with linen. Then, too, silk Z fort able. I have a full line of :
she mil satin often used to trim the
ay afternoon when was are 2
FREEZERS WATER COOLERS :
ly a vicious cow. The horn of the |pique| or other cotton frock. Printed
lal entered her mouth and chiffons have pique or organdie collars X Full line of small articles. i t
,jt through her cheek, tearing a : + it und vests, and the organdie, sash with 2
ul, gash, which laid her cheek open.J. ,; 1 the gingham Milk is absolutely be- : Screen your home to keep out the fly and the mos.

E. Mattock has shipped i ''k'R witching.! There are stunning nepur- 2 quito. Window screens in all sizes and kinds. Save ; ;
ake Geneva 20 carloads of rate: ports
I your wife's temper by buying a
or which he received from $200
BLUE PERFECTION OIL STOVENo
"WO per car. Tho minimum price
1 1tw
aid for n load of melons that hot sweltering days over a wood stove. Cook in

lamaged en route. The dry comfort one of our oil stoves I''
if the past twe weeks has

he growth of melons in many a
>f central Florida and shipments JONES HARDWARE
e 1 light, from now on. ,

Postponement, until July 22,
ken in the federal court at : pocki i Starke, Fla.McCALL. r.
the in the matter of indictment of
'. Heard and J. M. Bell, former 'a8a84-49 +t-t's4-F44 4444+3142.'.f.y''H +ar'+5+14d44'g'i'vt
ent and cashier, respectively, of
Jcfunct Heard National bank of /i
onville, and the indictment of J. i MoCeLt. (

burton, George II. Mason and J. /
in Printed Voile
>Iulhollond who were among The Collarless Dress
tockholders of the bank. brim, and a narrow grosgrain ribbon I I ,.
talk I l of navy blue around the crown, endingin '
Charged 1 with pro-German
nan by the name of Knapp, who ,! a saucy fly-away bow. Turbans .
treated I with flat silken flowers veiled in mar 'lr.,
des Park, was For
in Orange Summer
lien make splendid street hats, and
feathers by a
-. coat of tar and I I '
here and there one sees a hat made / \
his smiles
from II and
of men, who took him r I
here last Wednesday night. It i I \ entirely of velvet or ribbon to remindus :J1 ?
aid that Knapp is the caretaker that cool days come after hot ones! I ,; quaintest Sum I''I'IId

counfmr estate in Orange Park White shoes, too, are playing their I \ '
Hell known Jacksonville citizen. It I parts. There are the low heeled mer dresses and .

also stated that he was at one sports shoes with insets of tan or ip Moan .s (for the lady who J; .
brown match the costume.
marshal of Orange Park. or blue, to t
Because he is said to have There are high heeled slippers of kid!, her I .
'resident Wilson, Russell buckskin or canvass suitable for afternoon I wraps patriotism
and evening wear. And about y
The 'harm of Onesided Drapery
among the new comers are the linen I t, of satin, and a wide satin belt on her like cloak J I
NATIONAL RED CROSS: :" shoes, some very high-as many as I" .' cotton skirt There seems to ben \ a
fourteen buttons! Of course, white
and interesting McCall Patterns
> end to the various k\\\
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. One of the most interesting stockings are the most appropriatefor i .mbinations which one can make. / e !
.made by any Red Cross Division white footgear, and they can be of I Graceful and Becoming l are best
the recent campaign is that just silk, lisle, cotton and even wool for I There is something particularly i iJ +f'

ported by the Insular and (' sport wear. I graceful about the drpss with the \ ---- -- I

Division> which has established : : I The Collarless' Dress ilraped skirt, as I said )before, and the

Cross Chapters wherever world. There are so many of them, these I rnuiicl, illustrated! hero has many inter J McCALL
the
may be found all over collarless styles. They have been a i'ting (elltur"- The draped collar a -
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'the four corners of in-from the globe China I great feature of the French modes, I repeats' the effect of the skirt. There i PATTERNS

'tions have poured and 1 and really the simplicity of effect m just th right amount of fulness in
from Palestine, from Alaska all the 1: I gained/ by the "straight across" neckis th" waist, for the )back comes forward for July
South America, from really charming. With the extremely "n the shoulder, forming a yoke which
Pacific, where ) Now Sale
;(If the Atlantic and I simple waist, the skirt that hells, the soft pleat The sleeves are on

will find even a few Americans is draped seems the most natural. very novel, half loose, half tight, and U N.4n'Jlut sell ,or!,D...
be heard
( with a number still to I The illustration shows one of these the skirt has the one-sided draperythat
the Insular and Foreign Division fascinating costumes. The buttonson in so modish this season. The
already reported $1,400,000, I the shoulder add a pleasing touch. line of the vest, too is a becomingone A .M. DARBY Starke Fla.
five its original quota.
times ,
and the whole effffectis
* This is certainly an example of smartness altogether
Theatrical history has been I
of the dress without trimming, pleasing. -
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ii 4"" Bradford Sunday.Mr. evening r rents this week Mr. and Mrs. H. F. I( noun; d by the Bradford County Fair erly irtified, be forwarded' !1 ,,.
: County Telegraph I Association, and that said moneys be comptrolled of the state Hr" tho
M. Byrd of LaCrosse, was in Mr. Jesse Ogden made a business, Price. Of 1 ',;,
of Little Verdi ))1alThe used exclusively for said purpose It was further resolve) ;:
=.- ..- ::--- == |)ur town Wednesday afternoon. trip to Hampton Thursday. Death th.i!
I Published Weekly, and entered as second I Mr. J. W. Surrency, an employe of :Mrs Saxon of Hampton, returnedto death angel entered the homeof Voting on said motion, yeas: Commissioners special meeting of this I I'i,,, ,, .,: r
: the East Coast, is home on a visit. her home Thursday after a week's Mr.: and Mrs. Thoy Dyal Friday May and Underbill. Nays: held on Tuesday, the '"iri:! V" *
I class matter at the pOHt-oflice at Andrews A. D. >
Ulackwelder, July 1918
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Misses Daisy. Law and Van Cone, of visit here with her son, :Mr. Isham Og- morning utbout six o'clock, taking Commissioners for"Il"JI1 es
! Starke, Florida. near here, were in our town shopping their little two-year old 1 daughter and Chairman Dowling./ timates shall be taken un. < "I1',>*,
away
t.i \ === -= Thursday afternoon din.Mr.. Joe Prescott, of Starke, mode Verdia, who had been seriously ill Under item 20 of the general fund and acted upon, and at the' ,,1111', [its**

i E. S. MATTHEWS; Editor: and Owner. Mr. 1C. Godwin, of I'ine Hill, was in a business trip here Wednesday. for quite awhile. The little one was under the head of incidentals in the the tax levy for the year A I. 'IsIR
made.
I. I J. C. ROBINSON AHHociate Editor.t8 our town Sunday.Mr. Dr. Lamb and son Durant. of "Wal laid to rest in Mt. Sinai cemetery on appropriation of the $1,000 for the
" I : and Mrs. P. Colson and children, do were here on business Thursday Saturday morning at 9:30: Rev. Dyal promotion of the Bradford County The board of county coma,,,,".,,,,
\ of Pine Hill, were visitors at the homeof Mrs. Lizzie Whittemore, of Jack conducting the funeral services. The Fair, motion was made by Commissioner then adjourned to meet on th,, ,,2
; JU LY 1sti Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown Sunday sonville, is here at the bedside of her little one leaves to mourn its death Bluckwelder and seconded by day of July, A. D., 1918.

afternoon. little nephew, Paul Stewart, who is father, mother, one sister, Minnie Mae, Commissioner Andrews that the $1- --
i i uw iuoeeTrv.= =i.n .u ut Mr. and Mrs. R. Dyal and children suffering with a severe case of ty and one little brother, Roy, and a 000 appropriated for the benefit and I For Indigestion Constipation
\ I spent the week-end with relatives phoid fever. number of relatives and a host of promotion of the Bradford County BiliousnessJust or

i J' 1 2 3 8 5 near Starke. Mr. Moon, of Jacksonville, was a friends. May they find rest and comfort Fair and that the further sum of $300be i try one 50-cent: bottle of LAV.
\ Mrs. M.\ J. Tillis, of Sampson was business visitor here Thursday.Mrs. in His blessed word that if they appropriated for incidental expenses WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid 101

7 819J19 11 1213 in our town Tuesday.Mr. Jim Dyal, of near Lake City, live faithful to the Cause they will of the manager of exhibit of Brad Laxative pleasant to take. Mutle Digestive
i.il. and Mrs. G. W. Anderson and has returned to her home, after a see their deer little one again on that ford County at the State Fair to be recommended to the public by Paris and

; mi6$7js21j22i23j2425l2627 1920HKOOKEK daughter, Miss Gertrude and Miss few days visit with her parents, Mr. bright and shining shore where thereis held in Jacksonville. CommissionersMay cine manufacturers of Laxative M..J-
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; Dora Johnson of Raiford, were visitors and Mrs A. Lane. joy evermore. : and! Underhill voted against/ said Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chili
'it at the home of Mr. and Mrs T. Messrs. Harley Starling and Geo. Card of hanks. appropriation, and Chairman Dowling | fOlIC

| | C. Hazen here Sunday.. afternoon. Dyal of Cooler Pond, were pleasant We wish to express our heartfelt voted for said appropriation. The -
-- visitors here Thursday evening: thanks to those who aided and assisted same was carried and appropriation

'. [28V9W31 ii .1A KAIFORI ITEMS: :Mr. Dirt Stokes, wife and children, us during the sickness and deathof prevails.

tt of near Brooker, were pleasant visitors our little son, J. D., and for the A committee composed of lion. J
Raiford, July 3.-Mr. Wash T. Roberts
: here Tuesday.Mr. beautiful floral offerings.Mr .
many T. Wills N. T. Hitch, C. L. Peek and
of Jacksonville is visiting his Jessie Odgcn: made a business : and Mrs.: Jim Dyul and Mrs. A. E. Matthews: appeared urging the Broken L.r\sea Duplicated
family here this week.Miss I I Sam Oa80S Recieved
trip to Starke Thursday.
gel \ Helen Nauriirht who has been Mrs. .Lane. board to continue, undo if necessary, J'tSpecialz.og flai I Orders-We rYy i
t1U' Alma Byrd of Louise, spent increase the appropriation for an : W. rOBSYTH Pojti/
x* Brookcr, July 4.-Quite u crowd of '!visiting: Mrs W. W. Fnrnell, in Perry, 'the weekend here visiting her parents ('();\I'HS MAKE BUDGET; CLUBAGENTS I agricultural' agent and also a canning I ..
: has reurned home. Mr.. and Mrs J. RAISE -
pl the young folks spent Sunday nfter- C. Barry SECURE demonstrator. After '-
ttb, noon at Worthington Spring. Misses I.oca Cason and Mamie Den- Mr. nnd Mrs. Odell Abernathy and ting reports and showing the Uilousness and Stomach Trouble.
:Miss Bernice Parker, of LaCrosse, mark are visiting friends in New Riv- Mrs. E. D. Abernathy motored over (Continued From Page 1.) I sity of such work at this time sUbmit-// -
is spending this week here with rel er. to Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. propriation for the "Two years ago: I suffered fri.n. .
atives. Shepherd Moore nnd :Misses Helen Sam Ponds and son, Perman, Reserved for contingencies $700.t.timate raised a quent attacks of stomach tr.Mml, ,
Dr. and Mrs. I'. W. Tribble and Nauright, Ioca Anderson and Vivian of Montoochn, were business visitors ; of Expenses" Road Fund was and the from $900 to $1,200 per biliousness," writes Miss Emma hr lea

children/ of LaCrosse were in our Graham; spent Monday at Kingsley here Saturday. Bradford County, for the fiscal year year, demonstrator appropriation for canning bryke Lima. Ohio. "I could'" ell: 1n',

burg Friday afternoon lake Mr. Roy Roberts, of the Wateroak ending September SOth, 1919: $;;00 to $875 was. raised from little food that agreed with rm im, 'I i
1Ir.I./ S. Warren and daughter: Miss Flossye Reynolds left Saturday section was a business visitor here Paid to County Commissioners for per year.It became so dizzy and sick at m'm''

:Miss Edith, of Clayno, were in our for Macclenny where she will Saturday road inspection, $500.; was thereupon resolved that the I I ach at times that I had to tiiKt hw<.i
burg Sunday morning.Mr. > open her school near that place Mr. Lewis of Jacksonville was a Construction and Maintenance of clerk of the circuit court be directed of something to keep from faliin ,
and Mrs E.; S. Gainey and! chill Walter Graham, of South Jackson- business visitor here Thursday. Roads and Bridges: to have the foregoing estimates as' Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets tcher

l drenof LaCrosse, spent Sunday herewith ville, visited home-folks here Sunday. Mr. J. H. Surrency wife and children Co.st of material, $:)000.lIeli'erinA' mode by the board published in a tised I decided to try them "I .m'

relatives. Senator A. D. Andrews spent part spent the day in Brooker Sunday prisoners, $200. newspaper in this county one insertion proved rapidly" Obtainable ,. !
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Miss' Ilene Oliver, of I'ine Hill, was of last week in Jacksonville attending guests of Mrs. Dyal's parents, Tools and machinery, cost and repairs und that a copy thereof, prop. where.-Adv.I .

n visitor here Monday.Mr. to business Mr. and Mrs! Tom O+tel'n. $200.
Mr. 1n.. Futch and son, Sidney, Messrs. J. P. Roberts I feeding .......,
: Clyde Ward, of I'ine Hill, was and Tom Live stock, cost and cnre and -
the guest of Miss Ruby Crosby Sunday were visitors to Stnrke Thursday. Stewart motored over to Starke on $2500.Paid t ...++++++N'#+.++++++++.N++++++++++N+++++++++4

afternoon. Oscar Fulford and John Hoyt Hey. Sunday for free labor, other than

:'Ilrs. R. Andreu and little daughteris / nolds made a flying visit to Macclenny Mr. R. W. Surrency visited relatives guards, $1800. I I

spending this week with her parents Saturday. in and around Brooker Sunday. Pay of convict guards, $2000.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C, Clemons. Mr. W. J. Roberts spent last weekin Mr. M. I). Price and wife, of Jacksonville Feeding; and care of convicts onromls. .
Messrs. W. Hurrell and II. Lynn of Jacksonville with her husband, who is visiting the former's pa- S.lfiOO.

Old Bradford, were In our town Monday Is. employed in the shipyards! I Payments on account of discharA'edconvicts SIT
morning. place leased, $200. I DOWN AND THINK IT OVER

Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Surrency and! ?!?. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch were visitors I CLASSIFIED Paid to incorporated cities and

children, of Graham, spent Sunday to Sturke Thursday. towns, $2250.Painting .
here with ;Mrs. Surrency's parents, Rev. Brandon, of Jacksonville, delivered Long Bridge and repairing : An Irishman bought a return ticket to St. Louis
:Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Ostcen.I u very i interesting sermon nt REGISTERED; hog for service. $150. i and didn't
Moines, of Lake Butler, made the Methodist church Sunday morning N. B. hull.LASTHetwfcn. Reserved for contingencies, $1000. come back. What did he save?

n professional cull here Tuesday af Total, $17"jOO.OO.Commissioner .
ternoon. :Miss Annie Bryan, of Sapp, was a restaurant anti home, :May made a motion, ;+; A German saved up enough money to go to Germany -

;Mr. Lulus Thomas accompanied by : visitor here Saturday.Mrs. friendship bracelet with three sets. which was seconded by Commissioner 1 bought a "schooner" instead and
Miss May Uyal, of Cooter fond was : Dora Tison was n visitor to Mrs. Js. 1'. ;Moore. Underhill that $."00 be appropriated didn't go.
in our town Thursday afternoon. Lake Butler Monday. for the interest and promotion of + What did he save?

Mrs. S. V. Andreu, II. C. Surreney Messrs. Lacy Cason and. Shepherd I FOR[ SALE.-One Ford 1916 model, agricultural work in this county, to be i i
and G. ,V. Lewis spent Thursday. in !Moore were visitors to New River perfect order, ready to run, $250. ,disbursed to the individual premium An Italian bought an eight-day clock with the
Starke. and Hrooker Sunday afternoon liriscoe Sales and Service Co. winners having the best agricultural f second hand :
Miss Inca Abernathy spent Saturday Col. hunch, of Jacksonville, will exhibits. These premiums to be an- gone. It gained fifty-five minutes every

In Alachua.Dr. give: u lecture on Sunday School workat FOR SALE.-Oats in bundle; $1.50 hour. How long did it take to let a whole ?
P. ,V. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was the Morhotti church here Sunday, per hundred weight II. L. Stevenson Taking Big Chances : Dago I

u visitor here Saturday afternoon morning and afternoon.Mr. Rising Farm, Starke. 6.7-lt. It is a great risk to travel without : These problems are easily figured
Mrs. A. M. Darby, of Starke, spent und !Mrs G./ W. Anderson nnd n bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera :E out, "com
.< Tuesday here instructing/ the ladies daughter, Gertrude and. Miss Dorn FOUo.IJOnValnut./ street one and. Diarrhoea Remedy, as a preparation pared to who sells the best' Lumber and Build.

1 of the Rod Cross in their work of Johnson Wl're'isitinC/ relatives in handbag. Owner can secure it by I cannot be obtained on the :t ing Material at the Lowest Price"?
if sewing/ and knitting/ which will meet Hrooker Sunday afternoon.S. calling nt this olTirc identifying. same passenger!: trains or steamships. At- One guess is allyou've

U,' I every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon T. IV 'vling! WIK n business visitor and paying cost of this adv. I tacks of bowel complaint are often :t got, but if you guess the name below, you'll

/ of each week in the Woodmen to Stiirkc! Monday.Mrs. sudden und very severe, and everyone :$t hit the target
1 Hall. All the ladies interested in this : W. S. Valencia went to Jacksonville FOR S.l.fllaxwell car, 1910! I|should go prepared for them. Obtainable square in the center. Then we'll do

work tire cordially invited to attend. Sunday afternoon to visit her equipment fine equipment anti everywhere.-Adv. the rest.

,)'.. these tnretinirs.Mrs. !: mother thnrninrMv nvi>rlinuli* i : T. C. lawn who has been Mr. and !Mrs. Elins Wester and condition. Price $250.; LJris- UGH! CALOMEL MAKES I Sit Down And Think It Over.
children/ > the week-end with relatives Sales & Service Co.
very ill, is better nt this writing. spent J coo
The stork visited the homo of Mr. near Lake Ilutlor. --. YOU DEATHLY SICK

and. :Mrs C. Tyler Friday afternoon, Messrs. Oscar "Fulfonl Tate Denmark BUSINESS./ : OrrORTU ITY.-GOO QUifilE
and Hen Altmnn in Jacksonville investment will in I LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
leaving them a tine girl. were buy a gnrngc Stop
Mr. Smiley Pinholster, of Gaines- Monday.Mrs. !Stnrke: that is now earning $200 to Using Dangerous Drug

villa was in our town Sunday. A. L. Crews and little daughter $:Wt) ) monthly, or will sell u half in Before It Salivates You! !

:Mrs !Mary Moore of Urewstcr, who Pauline, arc visiting in Jacksonville terest. Sam Rosenberg.COMPARISON. It's Horrible. FOR IMPROVEMENTS."
has been visiting/ relatives here form this week.

>nii. time is upending/ n while in St. K.: Johnson went to Starke on'' +*+++++++++-..i++++++++-MH + .
1'etrcsburg with her sons business. Tuesday.Messrs. You're bilious, sluggish, constipatedand I

Mr. T. II. Surrency spent Wednesday : Lewis nnd Herbert Ritch believe you need vile, dangerous:
in Aluchua. spent Sunday in Sapp, the guests of calomel. to start your liver and cleun :
Walter their Wo INVITE comparison both your bowels. 10 ++++++++++++++++
Weeks of LaCrosse brother Mr. John Hitch. ++++++
came +++++++++++++++++++++++++ %
over to Sturke Tuesday to visit ret Mrs C. B. Cason and children are as to price and! quality, of ourdolce Here's my guarantee! Ask your

-t tives. visiting :Mr. Cnson in South Jacksonville line of druggist for a 60 cent bottle of Dod- ..................
...
Miss Mildred Crosby came down this week. son's Liver Tone and take a spoonful ....................*****..**..
GROCERIESYou .
from Jacksonville last Sautrday to :Mr. W. S. Grnhnm is visiting his tonight. If it doesn't start your liver tHULL'S

spend u few dnys with her parents family here this: week. I need! them-. mutt have and straighten you right up better ..
:Mr. and Mrs. W. A. than calomel and without .
i) Crosby.Mr. Mr. J. K. Walker and sister Miss them. griping or .
: Grady Kelley, who was n volunteer Sarah Byrd of Jaacksonville, wero After comparing our goods and making you sick I want you to go t.
in the naval reserves is home visitors I back to the store and get your mon .
here ,
Saturday price with others, when you .
on a furlough visiting relatives here Mr.\ Elias Wester and :Mr. S. C. :,
have fear
ey.Take
KNOwhy we no !
and nt New River. He is the of !Mr.
son Bryan went to Jacksonville Tuesday. calomel today and tomorrowyou ; DEPARTMENT j
and ;Mrs. I. W. Kelley, of New River Miss Locii Anderson wus visiting in MIKE'S FRUIT STORE will feel weak and sick and nauseated STORE

.f Mr. Kelley has just. returned from his Lawatey Tuesday. 11 Don't lose a day's work. Takea
fourth trip "over there." lie has +ni++111111111Mit n M + spoonful of harmless vegetable Dod- *

! e many friends. and relatives here who GRAHAM son's Liver Tone tonight and wake up .

t are glad, to sec him back home once feeling great. It's perfectly harmless Home-made bacon the !

:" again. Graham July :3.! -Mr. John Sur- Keeps Hogs Well so give it to your children any very finest.
1 :Mr. Durant Lamb nod! sister, Marie made business to Jacksonville time. It can't salivate let them
rency trip Dr. I Remedy, Rchlnor. so Both
t J of Waldo, were in our town Thursday :Monday.Mr. remove :.r''r. : worm of eat anything afterwards. ((11-4)! No. 2 and No 3 cans. Extra nice solder- :j
afternoon all the kind vrtiloh afflict hogs.
Frank Abernathy made u business condition : ed caps, solder wire.
It tonal up keep In good :
:Mr. N. I). Johns of New River, was trip to Jacksonville :Monday. hastens fattening and lave. r. -
t in our burg Monday. Dr. Thomas and wife business ta.d In liquid form all soluble, COFFINS/ CASKETSAnd ..
were .
In water hog. front The
:Many of the folks. here attended visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. or given weak vet Its every hare. a full line ofUndertakers' very best to be had in staple groceries. *

the convention nt Snrdis. Sunday. Hodge, of roker"os u business Satisfaction Guaranteed .
:Mr. and Mrs..1. S. Korsyth and Mrs visitor here Monday.Mr. treed. for year, with unlforitucce Supplies A splendid
I J. :Nipper; motored to LaCrosse Sunday Jim Dyal returned to his homo .** by practical hoir-r.iliiftr Automobile Hearse.. assortment of crockery and enameled i
old under money-back Kiinmnteeof
morning. near Lake City :Monday.( atlfactlon. Jk your druKKmt Always on hand. The best service ware. These last have been classed by the government :
Mr. Guy Finholster was a visitor to for If he can't upply we wt'l
Mr. It. W. Surrency and littleJt'rnn..l1uhter Jt' ; at the lowest Z
as Non-essentials.
gallon prepaid for 1)00.Jouklet prices. Special! I
Worthington afternoon. Enough said If
Sunday . i
Ailecn, made a business ) fns.pfl.oa attention p you
:Mr. O. I!. Hnzen was u visitor to to telegraph: orders. expect to need them
trip to Starke :Monday.Mr. _eel, Co"8ail Point Me. -- in the next the time to |
S
:New; year :
River Sunday afternoon.
: Geiger Barry was business buy is
[:, :Mr. and Mrs. Alvin :McKinney of visitor to Starke Monday.Mr. Registered Embalmer now. ?
i li.u-se 'a: S iturd h"- ...It, Mrs. *
sr iv e .
: Ward made business
McKinney's. parents, Mr. and :Mrs. C!. trip to Henry Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. It DeWITT C. JONES j We only mention these few items, but we have .J

W. HiKten. J. R. Beville has returned after Starke. Fla. :: a good stock of goods
} Mr. F.. J. Ward, of Jacksonville, n pleasant visit with relativesand ---see =- to select from. :J
spent Sunday here with his family.
friends at Brooker and LnCrosse.
:M'-ssrj. L. !,'. Simvncy.;: A. J' Surrency Mr. NOTICE *: Buy War Savings \
Odcll made y..k Fm Stamp
Abernathy a business sae sauce ea.eleeM Notice ia i hereby given that R. F. Finley today, tomorou, :
.
I.V. ;
and Vlnbolster. Thulah.l aa
Sr., s.w.uAaa.aaassaThe Z
spent
trip to Hampton Thursday. iruHrtlmn of the person of E. M. Riicdon. : next month and as long
Monday in Starke :Mr. tills
l at vli-vvn o'eloek In
Mrs. of thr forenoon,
Quill-ell's, :Miami is' home business, visitor here or aa .'
Tuesday mm thereafter
I- on a visit here with her parent. Mr.I Mrs Alice Coplen, of Jacksonville Quinine That t/oes not .. and :\1 rs. .F. C. demons.H. has D.caii.e. o(In t<>nlc end laxative caret LAXA- diner, County Judge In and for Bradford .
returned home
.r P. Ciainey made buMiiesti after upending n THK BKUMOUL'ININKIn belter than ocilinerrringing Counly. mts of Florida, at hi> office In the N. B. HULL. i
trip two weeks' visit here with her brother Q..lnln" end dues Dot eeuse nerveu.ne.a roe Court HcMi.e In tne Town of Starke. State at .
to New River Sunday In head. Remembgr the full and Florida' ,
111'11111"11' Mr. Hock Milliard. reins in Bradford County, for
look :\ and :Mrs. N.Andreauaiul kimatute nil the rittht. tittf. ,
inti'rmt
claim .
daughter
and
:Mr. Henry Koon was business demand, .
a -- - of the afon-HJtid; .:. M.
:Miss Irma of New River, Ritrdun. a .
were in lunatic
"
visitor here Wednesday.Dr. Cholic. Cholera and in and to the following cleflcrtbed .
I .
our town Thursday.Mr. W. I,;. :Middleton was business Inndti in und premUen. lyinir, and tieing situated .
a Diarrhoea thi-
: and :Mrs.' I. W. Pinholster and) Msitor here Tuesday. Remedy.Every Plur'iln.;; County to-wlt. : of From Hrntlford the Southeast and State of : ..

Miss Thelma Ward were visitors out Mr. Willis Dyal of I of $,C""n Nineteen. TimnNhlp Corner .
c.mtor Pond, Seven South
to Pine Hill Monday nfterngon. family \\;thout'rption: I Knntrifwentytuo.. E+..t. ..............
run West At2* feet, ... .
.
: wan a pleasant visitor here Tuesday should thence ............ ...
this North .
hand
llrll.Jinnie: Brooks! who has been keep preparation at :HIB..I ret to place. of hrtrfn- ...............
during the alms thence run north Ulii. -
hot weather of the summer feet thence
very sick in able to be up lit this writ. The Withstand Fapt 1>"5 feet thence South _
Strong the Meat of months. Chamberlain's Colu, Cholera .'.....1 .11.1: feeL thence South t".1: feet .ttnce
ing. 111.I feet,
Summer Hotter Than the Weak and Diarrhoea Remedy i in worth \\..., IJO I feet to place of betfinnlntf.; thi-nce unld ESTABLISHED 1886
:Mrs M. Geiger of lam! In .
Hampton, inir the
passed Old who times its cost when and nme an wan ridded 10./ H. J. R.
propla needed
tva through our town Thursday. are feeble sod younger people many JI..lb"k by a deed from W. E. DAVIS & CO.
who ore weak will be strengthened nod enabled' tiHo > is almost certain to be needed before wife and bearing date Feb. Huunhtry. and
Misg :\lcUaviJ. of 9th l 0l.: and
Ivy Cooler Ilirnuuli
the depressing" heat of also by
I'ond'j mimnu-r by Ink- the summer is over. It has deed from John G, Spnrkman
: no INSURANCE
legCKo; \ super except
was in our town Saturday | E'sTA.iIEI.Es5chIllrWiC.: Iipurille* what nae been, deeded to R. I.. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. (laini-y and children ODd.enrlcheethebkaalendhuIid. .up the whulvcrttvm. ior for the purpose for which it is in- i B. F. F1NLEY.Anilenon. I f Fire Tornado.Accident. Automobile liability PlaieGlasj. Steam otter AurglJflgoats
You can toon UsStrengtheuiugluvi 'luvulurj" j tended. Buy it now. Obtainable ev- Ax Guardian of the perion and eatate of E. ,
lk \i-uted friends near Graham on a Will EIT.t Wo M Rih'don. a lunatic., STARKE.
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; : ; cures Malarial Fever.-Adv. ;Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canovn were School Superintendent; L. A. -hot il<. -

visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.A. Dnvis.. An. offering of $15.72/ : was made Solohear, ll Father"-;Muster!
; cents cash for eggs at the Cash for the ;Methodist Orphanage nt En-] Paul Knight

Bits of LocalInformation Carry Store. A. Hacn, of Brooker was it business tci'prise. Reading "The Child! Without a
visitor i to Starke Wednesday.Wm. The following interesting program Home"-;MIKS\ Cleo Mitchell

J. 1::. :Mames, Jr., of Lake But was rendered: I )u>lovrue. "OrJhanllge"-By Eight s
the guest of Mr. Pitt Tomlin- Ilarrell of the Brooker section 'oluntlll'Organ.. /Boys and Git..Is.
was a business visitor to Starke Song, "Saviour Like n Shepherd! Appeal: for Off'rhlg--\I:\ L. A,
w ;Monday. Lend Us"-By Congregation. I h,,'is.I .

C..nMj O.. ?...t., 1..M.y. ... ' Willie\ Wainwright of Apostle ('reed.1'rnyerRe' !. I Recitation, "Tho Coll"l'tion"-1oI.liI +
.... M M. C..ty..i T.saa, )> Johnston spent the 4th of July ;Misses ;Maxwell and Bishop, of ( n.i !F. Scott, of Arcadia. ter David. ;Mitchell.
. Hampton were shopping\ StaikeWednesday. Ottering.Doxcdogy. 1
Chorus, \wnke"-Choir. nnd Benediction.
Reading of the 07th Psalm. ---.----- -
peanuts, :Mexican June corn,
66 cures Chills and An informal l>enns and pea seed at Cash & ( til? euros by removing the cause.Adv. .- Gloria: (Pntriu.Adrens AT Till: BAPTIST CIH'RCK!

F'ever.-.Adv'l I ;Monday night at I Store. "Purpose of rvl'e"-L rlrhr

). T Nelson, of Lawtey, was in Jos. E. Wilson. A. Davis.SoloMiss. :Montague will be with im next
|rke Saturday. ent were: :Misses ; Guy Prescott and sister Gladys, ;Sir. J. V. Valentine, of Providence, : Anna Canovn. Sunday morning and eveningIn' the y
I Alvarez Anna City, wt're'isitors in i was the guest of relatives in Stnrke Recitation "Our Home.".-;Master' Interest of Columbia College. Hn is V,

arold Wall was a visitor to Ella Mae Long Tuesday. during the week.A. I Eugene: ;Matthews. one of the leading: educators of the M

(tnesville Sunday. per; Jeannette ; I Trio, "I Am Saved"-:Missos Barr SnuI h. ,r'i
ews and Marie ; ; and ;Mrs.R.A.Baibour and chil Wainwright and l family have ;Matthews: and Mr. Wilbur Scott.Recitation. We bespeak for him a gooif audi '

O. Fralick was a visitor to Pitt Tomlmson of Jacksonville, are among the moved te Starke and are occupyingthe I : "I Thank Thee"-KubvOrove'a t'n't'V.. G. LAW, Pastor. '
hington Sunday. Grant Ray (' now at Kingsley lake. Chauncey! house.

Charles Jonhs, C. I drove's Tasteless chill Tonic
E. Norman was a business visit- nis, John Powell line of Palm Beach !Mr. W. (". Kerco, i\ well known citizen Tasteless chill Tonic rrttorrt vhnlhy mill rnerilby purlfylntf sad en- IIrihu
: out at low of the Lake Butler I'ed i"n.'I1S 1vh.itol' \ dratroyn the malnrial itrrmtwhkh ere trnnnmlllml, '
Ito Jacksonville Tuesday. er, of Jacksonville.The very gtiebh.i Yoncan.mfret It* Smoothrnlnil. -
prices.I tn Stnrke :Monday.Mrs. to the MIHH t'V lli,' Mulnrlu Minuuillii Prlro Mte
1. Invliiuralinil HT.vl "IVIca Sic

far Tops at the Cash and Carrye. Camp Fire
ant day picnic-ing ; Emily Philips returned to :\ S Gillispie and baby of Fort
I r-
Wednesday of last ; last Friday after a pleasant Meade; arrived" Saturday for a visit
awson Davis, of Jacksonville was Young entertained in Jacksonville with her son, W with her parents, Mr.I and ;Mm. W. A.Colley' HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED.
ek-end visitor to Starke. and family. .
young people were
;Messrs. N. T. Hitch ; Equal to New'--or no Charge i
|. II. Bennett was a business visit- .1. :M.\ Truby and Y ton Colley left Sunday after A summer Mile of ladies and child !
o the metropolis Tuesday. Among the Camp for Jacksonville where he has ren's hats Worth $::1{ to $1.50 going By our patented process v><> renovate any 01 i your hats no 110111,1'how y

were Nellie n position as bookkeeper in for $\\5: to $L0t! at Stump's. I soiled 1 for :$1 I I. including delivery charges; fell hats, 75c If it is ti
National Bank.
H. Hill of Lawtey was attending Audrey Johns not equal to new---no charge S..ndI your hat t l by parcel' ,poil I.

business in Starke Monday. Viyirette Elizabeth Floyd \ ; A. Z. Adkins went up to Law- at Rniford Mnsfccy'H Eppt'rMon.110: 1'uisnoss College is a student Jacksonville prompt work and n.iliifailion guaranlrrd.Vr 4

ernon Edwards of the Brookeron -Brownlee.Powell -. to sing at the patriotic came home tolrnd/ the FRENCH DRY CLEAN
given for the benefit of
Fourth.
was in Starke Monday. Carpenter Cross, at the Woman's Club Chiffons, Evening Gowns, Ball Dresses, Opera' Coats, 'odor Suits,

tending the l I Lace Wnisls Silks !Laces Eiderdown Quills, Robes l Bl.mkol\.
E. Jordan was in Hampton on macy. Atlanta has !: Ray Collev returned to Jacksonville -
day morning on business.ul to await his call t I ; Wednesday, after spending! a few Feathers Men's Suits and! Overcoats" Kid Gloves and Slippers
Edwards
of
Dorothy Sumner days in Starko with his ; .
Powell purt'ntIr.
successfully been n member of the jolly SANITARY CLEANING & PRESSING CO.
Baisden of Jacksonville, spent ination of the Geor and :Mrs..1. F. Colley.
party given at Lawtey by Miss
day in Starke with relatives. Pharmacy, and has Edwards is relatives I Phone 675 Gainesville Fla i
visiting
I tion with ;Mitchell's ;Messrs S. V. Amlreu. L. F. and ,
this week.
I J. Alderman, of Lake Butler wase he will be until he B. Surrcni'y, I. W. Pinholater. and A'j l ltll
city on business ;\Iondn '. port for military flaxen of Hrooker were attending
B. Wiggins, of Graham was in I
usinesfl in Starke Monday I

rs. Sallie Entenzn of Jacksonville, Mrs. E. T. King matters.Saturday Mr.Viggins lookingufter busi- : I ..
tly visited Mrs. Lolla Chace. (?is and Eugene, resident' of was a ;Messrs; A. II. Williams O Tison
I home in Brunswick ; Tampa. nnd Wnltei Does, prominent, citizens ,,

f. II. ;Miner of Jacksonville, !spent t4.'rnoon. after advertising and news for publi- of the Prov'nlonce section, worn trans :
day in Starke with homefolks. in Starke with her : in the Telegraph: must be in nctincf! business in :Stiirke Monday i| l

Edwards and, at ,
(' hl'Col'pVe.lnesday night to .
en's wool and cotton bathingat her parents, :Mr. ; insertion in the week's issue. :Mr. and'( :MrW.. J MiCormick' will 1

Stump's. cott. motor to Kingslev lake today. -.,wn.l. \ i Irl
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: R. O. Daniel and Ron, Russell, ing a week nt that most delightful i| t..
r. L. A. Wynn of Hampton was ;Mrs. W A. Tuesday from Jacksonville to 1 summer icsnrt .- Gmnrxville; Sun: ..lulvIrd. .' '\ J .I. :JJ'I I '

justness! visitor to Starke Tuesday. ter Stella of several days with her parents, :: "' "\ :' _... "".:5J""< I '! I,
111 short visit in ; .' :> ... -E.
;Mrs. Wm. Edwardn. :I 'L''I: t
r. and !Mrs. L. E. Roberts spent her sister, ;Mrs. A. ; fifld/ contain *io alcohol arsenic. tint ;). ......... l

Jay in Lawtey, the guests of rcl- Barrett left 1 fannies of W. II. Graham, J. 'other poisonous drugs.-Adv. | D ;;:'-\4 : -:: if I l .
s. Lantey to visit her ; ; 'hell and Dr. J. 1'. Tomlinson ---- 1, .

E. Edwards. 'inlC a week-end' stay nt C. A. Kmirht has received his npnointment : .
dge J, T Wills, of Gainesville 1i < !1
lake occupying) the J. M. Al- as supervisor of repistrnlion :
in Sturke attending to business G. H. Bennett cottage. I I for Bradford l county from Govet-; \ \ : t

days for Unndilla Ga., ,nor ('rtt-, HIP\ appointment being. 1 ',I
his family for n two those who attended the made Saturday. '" ) Make? House a
Doris Law has accepted a po- Bennett and. !' church convention in Starke -.-- your ;

with the Bradford County Ab- guests of ;Mrs. from Hampton wel'pII': Miss BI'ItIlIt.It.'ol'mi; <'k went toI.nwtev How I/ .. Ref.\J nunerHolne .:
tt Co. A. S. Hutson, for ( : t
\ Dynl and family and J. Allen where she will M--i .
yesterday II 'ilin> ii,' n.'llniMirtiniMtl, II roar l I.i ,i Miliilrliiiulimn 1
i t it her aunt Mrs.' A. .\. Smith and I lo f lo Save .A '.id.v iinit\ t Ii*. n si..ihl... ," ilk. i-llui., '* l II lies ,. ,.j
W T. and R. A. Weeks, Rev. Goo.; F. , ... ., t
SSI'S .
( thiiwill to Kingwli'v Inks. (t" \'' In uprrb| nil" nnm IIIIIIKI- \\hiil MM lL .luSre' err 1'
ntending to business in Gaines- spent ;Monday in Fever.Ad:1; day go '. w" 's. ," In'ii l|> \ in iki.* II "iimnIK iiilllul nut iiuifiiidilid ,:
friends of\II..Nt.lI; Money
f Friday Mrs. Fred. Scott. I many enjoy| :i plensnnt. mitingGiniM'sv' ul ii Mir|>rlHiiiitly MiinllIMMIM if
will be glad' to learn that she Sun July 3rd.!
I route to the ", ( homo after a three weeks --- .-. .- mid I" 1 Equip] llir knouts!' and Perth with ';
line where he will
r. Gary Hnni and'( little sister. \Dr. Rogers Sanitarium where 1
\
In the list of selected men lenximStarke "- Crcnto u
:.
of visiting rel-
jaivt Tampa arc >rwl'nt nn operation/ for ap CHLX IUJGS:
Stitch in Time June .JHth, (the name of ll.inlvWillrims '
in StarT ;,\!. Delightfully ,;
ing exposure and : wits omitted from the mil ., .. r
( 1 hey art ii: ll\ t Ii iini'il Htii-il lonlni-vi ninltnn h
to cle 1 wing; to the l.oeal 15onrd'.. tab lurr S .
( Barrett of Lake Butler spent your buildings Wedlnulorin'nnd iti smns (hut will hiiriiHiiiljit .1110
; E.: II. p"lIl1n,1 childrenAva .
o!> 1, h..noIlY"| IH-IIIP. 1'rUi- i r onllliif. In sun
d.iv the rise, in price. to furnish the Telegraph with u corrected our M
; Sunday in Starke with ;Mr. Jirn
[Mi" F. F Supply Co. rl'turnt.oIV'dneslny list of men entraining. Cooler r V7: l hy VI Itii'It**'! . .. ... . .. . ... II Ol ;
Stump. I.aKe Butler, where they have :: a i I.y n fret . ... . t.' Ml
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I (' ,( several' clays with Mrs. Home i.. 4nbr o ii>vi .. ... . ... ... u,4)
.
Fannie of Jacksonville : ;Miss Audrie I D i::. Edwards and son, Rullin .1 r.. it lay u I.i' 51.51, ,
as Wynn sonville, is (! //l I'l'ntsIr.; and ;Mrs. II. K :l.v: I In fi:>:.L'''.::::::::. .- :::::: : ." IIIMOUfrJ '
the week-end( in Starke with I visiting of Sumner were in Sturke Thursiliiv V by U feet...... ... .......... ....... .. .> k
ds and relatives. W. Sni'llgrove for spending the tiny with :Mr. and :Mrs ; : ; ; '
I wt'rk.Iiss! nf- mole. Cool HrlrmhiniJ ItrlrratI '
;Miss ;Mary Ella Edwards of A. / Adkins. They left Thursday I To a .
hen you decide, we'll help you fljr-i for the Frunkiln who has been visiting rela ternoon for Lnwtey whole they will ::1. mi otherwise Sunbaked! Porch or
|,the cost. The Quigley Lumber & Starke, and' Hazel Adkins left visit ;Mr Edwards); mother, ;Mrs :M. ,I.' lo .eI"d.! (he leaf from Song
ply Co for improvements. I I A fully developed ; morning for a week's visit E.: Edwnnls.: : WiailowM lien l X
II brought the '
h 1 i. i I to with their grandmother WNINGS 2:11!! or:1:I Feet: S' )() "
rs. W. B. Harvard returned on day. It was / ; .. Edwards.: : ;Mrs Annie Laurie Grimm; Miss Alto Window Stl.e '
day afternoon from a short visit i'i Weeks' place on Grimm; Miss :Mary Thomas! and :Mr ]' I ..

relatives at Waldo.W I: was a perfect for hire on Supnday trips to Jay Grimm all of Gainesville have ,:. As are. nil other .itvulnirt thnt romp 'from our im.litonst .
/ lake. Round, trip 75c for I been, spending awhile at Kingsley TH lurv. llnv urn iniiilu. 111 lh<. 'li(Hl. awiilnir HtrliM '
till; cures .IJU ':' Unit, Mill uitlisinuil Iii niirlchi'. 0"". ni |"i< ". ..'. Wlhi
Lewis, of Brooker was at-I people, 50 cents for children. lake, occupying/ the Alvarez cottage./ laden niiiliTltil, iniiili* "Ii." imlvtiiilxtf. fr"",,', r |png the meeting of the county Loss of Appetite, or : Mike's Fruit Store every hour ;Mrs Grimm; is now a guest nt the I 'to"F-' / IcyH, <'1.'I,'. All vim Imvn.. In ili. > In in |putt in I....Fncrrws
feeling, due to :\ and n doxi'ii ImukH. unit' the !Iv there for
s in Starke Monday. the day. Parties' return at any home of !Mrs. Angle Steinberg! on I .r' fauna/na111nn.s n nwnluif
I I Tonic.-Adv. Cherry street. Par liirunr. Aoiiinvs mid ffx. n minnrc and, for "e ijilltlunal u'f
iss Jessie Mae Baisden visited ,X I 1ij
ds and relatives in Jacksonville Messrs. A. II. ; C. R. Ensey; and sons, Charles Mr and Mrs. 4)e. E.: Wilson and' '- !, H.G' Slo.o + 4

Friday until ;Monday.M. ) Dees and Austin' of Jacksonville, are at ings- Mis. .M 1. L. Smith returned Saturday. AC.J-dlJ'J
I were in Starke : f! ;: t
occupying their pleasant cot- from Gainesville. The Florida. Title- i.'
; Rivers, a well known Lakeer meeting of the ;Mrs. Ensey's friends are very ''I ;Men'Association was in session In ;..<<- ::/'

citizen, was attending to busi- ;Messrs. H. have her and family join the that city on June 27th und' 2Hth and -;- V .In Ito' Pearl of ),JcksorVjll.r ."
matter in Starke Monday. O. lake colony. the i I'radford; County Abstract ('0. /
Dycss, of Lake ---- was represented' by Mr. Wilson and ACKSONVILLI:::. FLORIDA '

essrs. J. L Dowling, Lee Hodges ing the meeting of ; Arthur Williams! vice-Presi Mr*. Smith. Sunday's Times-Union; .. . ,
| G. W Hurst of Palestine were I missioners in ; the State College for Women Raid : "The members of the Association .. ,

ness visitors$ to Starke ;Monday. James Bray, u ; Joe Youngldood l, of Stuart obligated themselves, to cooperate -
in Starke Saturday with alien -us-
who enlisted in repre- : fully the property -f
r. and ;Mrs E. T. Campbell and : the Woman's College: and the todinti in the discovery. of alien property -
| and Mrs. A. C. Fling have been some 'veeks ago, .. of Florida. I' anil! to do otherwise all in their fr
j"a
report for duty at 1.
ding a while at KingMey lake. I power toward the successful t'rmuiri- :

- ;Messrs. Hill A. Colley n carrying his arm'i 110n of the war with Germany and' rat IeA 'w ,
J Grins, who is employed at one Stafford Crews as a result of riding his her allies." In the election of onVei-. y. ., \ '. u "

I shipyards in Jacksonville, spent motored to off the bridge, near his home I for the ensuing/ year Mr Wilson wu "]

day in Starke with his family. I morning, returning ; Starke. His left arm was at the shoulder and he suffer committee.
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.I G. Seals and family, of I liamp-I i, Mrs..1.; T. Moore bruises from which he is I II ........ ............................................ j p
attended the exercises recovering. I ::-; HOG tHOLKKA: :
James T., Jr., of PREVENT) : I'
stian church Starke IT IS AN IMPORTANT
in Sunday. Mrs.: Albert Martin I -- QUESTION i .
I shopping in Starke and Mrs Oscar W. Alvarez and The B. A. Thomas Hog Powder hasa '
|r. L. D. Harvard, of Live Oak. James Gideon are spend record! of 05 per cent cures of Hog t

I a visitor at the home of Mr. and A feed grinder week at Pablo Reach, enjoying Cholera. If you feed your hogs an i .J
W. B. Harvard during the past I kerosene engine of Mrs. Leo's < I you need, never fea r.hop: this l.uHim ss of Fire Insurance : ,

Hardware Co. f'. /Oscar us he is l-I diretd| nor any other hag disease.!. GZ and l it I. of the most importance '.

has not been well for And the directions ,,1'.y simple r tn the family man who owns his ) iI
Irs. Rosa and it it hoped that the ocean I what ,doing plusa /
Leviton and daughter Messrs. Earl and ; dust about you are 2 t > V own property. Fire i Is such. a I
rued home ;Monday night from a Dykes, were will prove beneficial. f.w cents! worth of H A Thomas'Hog 'I
the f..1 l twice a week. t treacherous. visitor that one never I
to Mrs. Leviton's mother near in Starke Powder in
osta, Ga. t| duy night another of a series I'-tally' though ( 'h.f.rlaCptK\ / in i ire You nsut d tr / known when it Is liable to pay us ;
II
___ i iIrs W. H. Shaller supper parties was given before we know it. Then it requires i icloKi a vi'iit. Better I Im pri-parcil for it t ,t

. II C Richard returned home among those on ; Alvarez's landing at Kings- i attention to each hog-each hog J Jmu dfrdlr Sl .it all times and the lii-nt, way to day night after a short stay in Wednesday. The crowd enjoyed a glori -t be dosed-and( if you will dose 4
this is to let write .
us policy
sonville with her son, Sergeant after which was spread a I I them .is directed you will ave better J you a
nk B. Lane. Prof. J. I. Ogden, pirmc supper. Those present than ''() per cent If you don't the 4 ry in It good\ reliuM"' Company. The :

Wednesday in Misses Neva Turner Gladys I::11. A. Thomas nv'lnine <'ostyou noth J Jing. r Bust ill small. :

Jubrey ;Moore son of ;Mr. and ;Mrs. business.Col of Sampson City; Kathleen We-not -ome di-tmt manufuctur 4.. Ir+flo yJ r .+
f. Moore has enlisted in the Q'lar- j Alvarez Marie Livingston, r-pay v'-'ir, bin'k. Sold by It.! J. .

aster' Corps, as a mechanic atnp .J. E. Futch Lewis of Jasper; Anna ('.inova, S..l'i" -.-Ailv 1.
Johnston itor to Jacksonville Darby, EllaIaf'; I.ona.Jelln- 'I -- .-- J JOS. E. WILSON iS
Florence :Matthews; M-ssrs. ORPHANC.i) : ,II, AY 4 i

isles Ilattit Will and Carrie Ford top and Rnnii, Willie Epperson: Theo .
jle Weeks ,of LaCrosse after a vis- M. Leviton of Jacksonville; Harold'' Tn-t Sunday morning; : II' the ;Me'h 4odist .

ith relatives in Tampa stopped In Guy Prescott, of Sampson City:: i: church Orphanage/ Day wa. J STARKE FLORIDA i

rke for a ,.,oit with ;Mrs. J. W. F. A. Scott was Green, Ray Colley, Carl observed by appropriate exercises. 4
, I'an.( Theodor. Peeler! of Jack- sonville Tuesday. Gunn Haynes Grant. Pitt Jf'hns'l The program was arranged by :Mr J S
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hUt Jim Kickliter and :Mr\ and Mrs. '' T. I J.. 7 Barr and! the -,.1'If wa:.
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FRIDAY. JULY v. 1918

UKADFORO COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLOR1"' .
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H I u --Bradford County Farms and FarmersI''I




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"''I I II. - TIIERE S.\ ing.
; but we get enough to eat and
palate Messrs. G. M.
Bennett
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sful and! It,
-I.. ; Oi h$ i-.V vi'1v! ,! !', I '' <> Soldier Letters. J Well, I don't know anything from Saturday Mr.; S. B. Woodard J!
REPORTS .. handed farmer will select\ his need i II are get- ard. of Jacksonville, spent was ,?n
J AGENTS' and I'm sure you I
1,1,), 1 A. COUNTY corn this full ns soon u!! it is ripe. army ting tired dope reading, so I am going to until! Monday morning herewith Monday, en route to JackvJJwhere
he is !
\ (H'H-i'Vd :'itH44..1'M> & H Each; spring a number of farmers usk make letter rather short this time, his family. employed ;at yi\( rliStephens'
1 ., the extension division where s<'cd, can France May 31, 1918. my exeperieneo in writing Mrs D. J. Phillips and children shipyard. I
this first
.I See that the livestock have plenty be bought. They tell of their willingness Mrs.; W. II. Green, as a letter is my of this kind. I'll close have returned home from Middleburg, Mr. Clarence! Manning! of lIam*
good, prices, and of A. enjoyed a few lays' visit ton, made his usual visit bin
of pure, fresh water to pay Starke, Fla. U. S. with best wishes to one and all. where they u*
',. .- their inability to get it at any price. My Dear Mama: I will try to write Respectfully with relatives day.

1. LATI: :.SOIMJIIUM; ; ; :MAKES::; FEED I' The farmer with a /good l productive you a few words. I have thought for LESTER ROBERTS. Mrs S. B. Woodard was shoppingin Mr. G. M. Bennett was ,, M.lt.I ,
; I strain of corn for his locality ought, two or three days that I would hear Camp Wheeler, Ga. in Hampton Saturday.Among Jacksonville Saturdoy.
tf-' Farmers who find that their feed therefore, to get I a double supply, not from you all but have not.I the visitors to Jfarke Sat- Mr. McEwen and daughter/ pm

; will be short may plant' sor I only us an insurance against losses urn very well and !getting on all BREATHES 'r1 1E ItiGIlT SPIRIT! I urday were Messrs. Porter GufTord I and Maude, of Lakeside wen M., ,.'"''
ghum. Most; of the early plantings] of due to a wet, cold spring, but also to right. Hope you are well by this time. + un.1L.. M. Rrinson.. to Hampton Saturday,
l'f' sorghum were intended to produce have some to sell to lens fortunate or As yesterday was ;Memorial Daywe A Gastonia mother who has 2 sons Postmaster R. M. King spent Saturday ;Miss Estelle Woodard, Wah,)Pp,
'IoNsupply f'' !grain for poultry, or to supply early 1 more improvident neighbors. had a holiday-the first day that in the service sends the Gazette the night and Sunday at White in Starke Monday. r.

\ I feed. Lute plantings should not be I I Tho best need available! in nbjnd- I I have hud off since I have been in following which, we feel sure, will be Springs with relatives. Messrs. Tate and Jim Kit.. ",
1.?. I expected to produce! seed. Theirgreatest anco at ripening time, when it shouldbe France. We had a Field Day fete at of interest not only to other mothers ;Mrs. John Phillips and, Mrs. R. M. were in our burg Monday, '"

d01 value is to supply rough for- / selected] l from stalks standing the Y. M. C. A. grounds. Was very who have sons in the army but to soldiers King and children were visitors to .

,GQ ego, according to A. P. Spencer of these ,, where they grew, because only then good and the most comical thing was and the public generally as well: Hampton one day last week.A SAMPSON': : M\\S""i : NOTF.X:

, $ University of Florida extension divis- | fun seed be gathered with certainty the shoe-finding contest. About forty She writes as follows: party was given at the

t. a ion. 'from yielding"' plants soldiers took their shoes off and put To the Editor of the Gazette: home of Mr. and Mrs Everett Clark Sampson, July 3.-:Mi'. d j i r;, ft(>
rat In some sections of the state or on i .--------- them in a great pile in the center of I I Enclosed you will find letter written Wednesday night: Among those from I is visiting relatives in ,'lack.ont'd| '

p1; Homo farms the corn crop muy fail. TAKK CARE OF FARM MAM'RE. the circle. The one that could find by a soldier to his mother, when here who went were Mrs. Ben Sasser this week.

t1i In such cases sorghum will relieve thefeed his own shoes and put them on and he was in Hoboken, N. Y., to which and Miss ;Minnie Hagan. Mr. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith .,I ill],! .i.,
shortage. Vegetable growers Fertilixing Elements !Leach Rapidly return was to be the winner. It' you 1 place he went with his unit from Camp Kckh, of Hampton, took them in his I then returned to their home \\.,',nw

who have not planted feed crop will in :Summer; happened to get the wrong shoe you Sevier. ford/ nnd I brought them back home. day, after a very pleasant \i-twi
find sorghum valuable. Since in most I were allowed to throw it as fur an possible |1- There is a spirit in this letter that I I They accompanied.... home by I relatives in Hawthorne.Mr. .

sections of the State it may be planted] I The soluble plant foods and the or- and naturally every one found I think will be an inspiration to sol- Clarence Manning, of Hampton. 1"1 nnd Mrs. S. J. Prescott. i tIai!,

ns lute as August 10, plenty of time I the other's shoe first. The result was diers and mothers as well. : ;Mr. II. S. Robuck attended the Union !I and Guy Prescott, spent a fm dll
a fjai may b>(> had to remove truck crops, con-stituent that the air was full of shoos for I Use it in any way you wish, but meeting at Beaulah Saturday and of last week at Lake GCIKV.I f,.

In South Florida it may be planted] tones that escape first from unprotected hout fifteen minutes. We had foot please keep my name secret. ''I''I'I' 'I Sunday.Mr. report a good time.

even later.I.OCOKII. farm manures. The organisms: are racocs, jumping and other amusements Following is the letter: ; and Mrs. Wilmont Brown Messrs Sammie and Jamie I liar!

----- particularly I important to Florida] I' "My; dearIother; :- I spent Saturday night and Sunday son, of Micanopy, were transact,:,
(' : nricms:: PI.OOO LAM I). i soils since they liberate plant foods. John Sharpe is still here and getting "Just a note to tell you where I am. I with relatives at Hampton. business here Wednesday and Th.

It is from these organisms: that one on well. He sends regards to ;My address is Camp Merritt, Hoboken H. M. Woodard and Willie Day returned duy.
Ihtcehs through flutwoods land will ,of the greatest benefits is had by adding all. If you see Mrs. Alvarez; you may N. Y., 129th loft Tuesday night to their homeat Percy Jones, of Camp Jackson Sl f

need! close attention during the rainy I manure to the soil, because they tell her. "I am so happy that came by Rodman. was here on a visit to his parents Y;!/:
you
season Crops! on such land will not replace those leached, out by rain and I am inclosing some punk little pic- and had that little visit with us when H. S. Roebuck visited the county and Mrs. Frank Jones, last Wfl

s be damaged, if the water is removed i these destroyed by the sun. If man- tures of my captain here in the office, i did. because I always want to metropolis Tuesday Mr. Jones expats to be ont i"',er":
immediately, but if the ditches! become '! ure is exposed to Bummer rains these my assistant and myself made in the you think of as hale and hearty and ;Mr. J. D. Phillips was a visitor to a few days. He returned to ramps
clogged with weed and trash organisms are lost. office. Not very good but you have you then.I Starke Sunday. :Monday night.:
sweet
were
so that water stands they may be I I Furthermore these same organisms seen part of the original and the rest I as you ;Mrs T. B. Triest has received a Mrs. E. T. King and children Fat
ruined or damaged seriously.] Farmers conditions most favorable of it is about the same, so of course am drawing mightily on your large photo of her son, Sidney, and
find working cis and returned
Eugene,
to tbr
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these it is the >
about the ditches strength days, and
usually forget much could not be expected. in training
of several other boys who are -
have plenty
in summer. They I' home in Brunswick, Ga., Monday:
That is when thought of how strong are that n>
laid you
after the crop is by. We are having some real nice Jackson.Mr. .
at
Camp
moisture and plenty of heat. They I While here
Ditches in the boat and ning. th..y'i lted all!
keeps on
fastest. me steady
weeds, and grass grow weather nice sunshine and cool.I I visitor to
the materials of the now 1 M. Z. Sullivan was a
in short time.A. break down raw the job. relatives, Mr. and Mrs. S J, IScott. :,
will become clogged a manure pile und render them subject can not think of anything to writeso Hampton Saturday .
P. Spencer of the University of to leaching.The / will close. Write to me at your You are the sweetest mother in the :Mrs Richard Clark, of New River, Mrs. Dan Sasser and daughter II.
Florida extension division recommendsthat I leisure. Lovingly world with all your strength; and so last week here with relatives.We .
in the is spent Ethel, left last week for South Cir
the ditches be cultivated as long ammonia manure FLOYD.In I turn my face outward bound, with have been having plenty of
as possible. This Will keep them worth about 20 cents a pound. The all the courage in the world. advantage lina, where they will visit relate:
rain and the farmers are taking -
is worth The before returning home.
open so that the water will be removed potash even more. France, May 11, 1918. "When to leave I don't
we are of it by setting out potatoes.
immediately. In case! of heavy rainsit phosphoric acid is worth about 5 centsa Mr, Smith Jones, of Tampa, sjr
Dear MamaWell
:- know-some time in the next few daysit
will be advisable to watch the flat- pound. The soluble ammoniii and John Hall was a visitor to Hampton a few days of last week here r
I, as a rule, try to make my looks like
now.
the most valuable of Saturday relatives. Mr. Jones has been ae
woods lands closely. Corn will show potash are parts
letters to more than an annual
the effects of water-logged land in manure since they are readily avail- event. But you tomorrow is "Mother'sDay ; "Will drop you a card when I am Mr. J. W. Batten, of Jacksonville, to the colors and left Monday ir
also iilile. They arc the first to be carried safe on the other side. and will for Jacksonville.
about two days. Other crops are ," and I suppose there are a lot of I came in on Saturday night
sensitive to an excess If the water away by drainage water from the unprotected mother's sons in France doing as I tonight "Dearest love to you and all the spend a few days. Mrs J. W. Edwards and, !racy) .

does not drain away immediately, the manure pile. Exposure! during writing to mother, just to show family."I Mr. Cleveland, Lee, of Lakeside, Starke, visited relatives her l
ditches should, I" examined. one summer will render manure I had stand at salute week.
in a small way they appreciate having: just now was in our burg Sunday morning.
-.- practically useless] as a fertilizer. a mother like you, and many others in I while the band played the "The Star Arthur L. Bennett, who has been .

CATEHPILLAS ATTACK Under, certain conditions the best the good old United States. Silent Spangled Banner." I now stand at for the past two or three weeks in St. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days

CASTOR BEANS.""i plan for saving this valuable source and brave to give up their boys to (salute in spirit before you, mother Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville, returned DruMlsts rrfund money If PAZO OINTMENT!,
cf fertilizer is to spread it on the i their country, so they ran help make \dear, as the finest soldier in our whole I home Monday. We are glad to cure Itching Blind. Blredmil orPnuroduufoInstantly
relieves Itching, FilM, and you' The sweet potato caterpillar has ground as soon liS it is produced This,,, this old world a decent place to live family. W." to report that he is rapidly improv Bleep a(tut the flint application. fat r
\l been observed attacking castor beans however' is impracticable] where less In, not only for us t but fot the ones I Gastonia (N. C.) Gazette.
in the vicinity of Gainesville.; Growers than n load of manure is produced I that will grow up after us n - .

having trouble with this insect can each day Furthermore, i'. II. Rolfs, I am proud to have a mother like I _
I easily control it with the Kansas bnit dean of the University of Florida college "ou-alllo proud I was able to come

I says J. It. Watson of the Universityof \ oC agriculture, suggests that immediate over and do my small "bit" with the |

Florida experiment station. applications to such crops as others that here, and
many are over i
To make tins bait, take 20 pound.t corn and cotton is also impracticable.Unless still coming. I haven't hail a letter One Thing That Has Not Gone Up In Price

of bran and thoroughly mix into it 1 Florida soils are occupied by from home in about two weeks and I I, I
pound of Pairs green Do not use lend n crop or unless a crop is about to be would appreciate n line tonight. I

arsenat. It must be thoroughly mixed planted it is not advisable to apply )I received n bunch of papers today, )j GOOD DENTISTRY

I while dry. Take 2 1-- gallons of water manure immediately. The lind is so though, and a nice package of smokes, :
into it 2 of molasses porous that a great deal of the ma-
and pour quarts also a subscription to the St. Peters.
and grate into this d I to <(6< lemons-! nure will be leached away before the burg paper a few days ago from Mr. At The Same Old Prices.

peel and pulp. Oranges or grapefruit crop is planted.A I
/ Ewing He was at one time yardmaster -
might be used! but larger quantities better practice is to build a shedor for the A. C. L., but on account of Crown and Bridgework $5.00 per tooth

wouJ.Ice\ nl'cessllry.Ii"; the dry pit to receive the manure as it is had l> health was forced to resign. He Set of Teeth $5.00 and $10.00 j
poisoned bran with this liquid until produced., In this way it can be conserved wrote me a very nice letter also.

the whole mass is moist! but not slop- until a crop i.s ready to receive The paper looks good as I know Fillings: Silver $1.00, Porcelain $1.50, t Id $2.00

, py.It should fall away in little flakes it. lots of the people there, and I like to
when pressed between the l fingers, nnd read it. I get the Bradford County
not make balls. RAISK: HOGS IN FLORIDA! I Consultation and
Got today
, Telegraph occasionally. one Extractions Free.
iIfI, ) Sow this mixture: broadcast overthe of April 12th-not quite a month
: field 1 at sunset. The foregoingamount They :Should Constitute a Cash Crop coming oVt'r.Iade good time comingfor

If should do for four or five On Small Farms. second class mail. Sure appreciate All Work PAINLESS and GUARANTEED ;

W acres it-most like a letter from home.
1 r--- Hogs can be made a cash crop on Guess I had better stop. Write often i I
I KKK11: : (hits: THRIFTY Florida farms. 'They are specially and all the news. For 20 Years :

w adapted/ to this purpose on small Ever your devoted son
'G It i.s a common complaint that hogs farms where they can be raised instead B. F. MERRITT.

;' become unthrifty and that many die of cotton. Properly handled!, it Private 1st Class. WHY
:;' from diseases. The trouble is not confined is easily possible to produce 1,500 Co. A, 17th Reg. Engrs. Ry. PAY MORE ?

,; to Florida; many states have pounds of meat a year from the offspring St. Na Zaire, Am. Ex Forces in
suffered more from hog cholera than ,. of one sow. France.

has Florida according to A. P. Spencer At present meat prices there is a The volume of business and
of the University of Florida extension wide margin of profit to the furmei. Camp Wheeler, Gn., July 1. 1918. our systemized methodfor

"' division. Nevertheless, too who produces well-bred, growths To My Friends of Bradford County:-

many hogs' become unthrifty or die hogs says A. P. Spencer of the University i- I've been thinking for some time of handling same, enables us to adhere to these
because of neglect, disease lice and of Florida extension division
writing, but haven't had an opportunity. -
worms. The general use of the nntihogrholcra If n rotation of pasture crops lasting ,
As I haven't anything to do just
serum has changed the through the entire year is provided ir I I prices regardless of present conditions.
now am going to write you a few ,
attitude of farmers who hesitated to addition to sufficient corn, peanuts, lines. I'm sure you will be surprised I
buy good hogs becuuso of loss from cow /peas and chufas to supplement the
to read a letter from this soldier, as I
t cholera. By using vats and wallows, pastures and fatten the hogs for mar
am not accustomed to writing letters Our Offices Are
hogs are kept free of lioe. Medicines ket, the work will be profitable. Owing ., of this kind. As StandardizedAs
and u change of pasture keep the-r to the abnormally high price of
I I am enjoying the best of health at
free of worm nil grains starchy feeds, such as:
A still more important consideration sweet potatoes, cassava anti dusherns, I present; had a pretty severe case of I Henry Ford's FactoryNO
: pneumonia some few months past,
is the necessity of keeping hogs und kitchen slops should be used tc
but I
am doing fine now.
I
supplement grains.Stock
confined to pastures )Hogs that are
hogs be This has been a lonesome Sunday.
allowed free range can not avoid com can kept thrifty'I
ing in contact with nick animals ors largely. on pastures; however, they. We've been working all day as we DELAYOUT
grazing over pastures that arc badly will not grow rapidly without norm. I hnve received seven thousand new
infested with worms. A business as grain. Hogs should be supplied with!, jmen i from Michigan and Illinois, and
important as hog raising requirescareful suitable green forage and so manage I've been aiding in the examination'''
management and if handled as to consume as much of it ns possible of the new men. OF TOWN PATIENTS ALWAS I

properly can be made.profitable under since forage is by far the cheapest Most of the old men of the Dixie'
a greaterariety of conditions than 1 feed than can be used. One or two, Division have been sent away from GIVEN
most other general farming undertakings I pounds grain daily in Addition to pas. here and they are busy training the PREFERENCE.

turage for every hundred pounds of(:(I new ones. !

I live weight is sufficient for young: My Company Is Ambulance Co. 123,
hogs. It is better to feed this from Three Dentists and
INCREASE THE CORN YIELD 10(1 Graduate
( Sanitary Train. It is a nice NurseIn
troughs. than to allow the hog! tc branch of the service. '
\
\. Selecting Seed Corn in the Field Itt .gather grain from crops in the field, '
One of the Ways for in the field) the hogs will live entirely The Ambulance Companies are div- Attendance.IT
r nIT the grain: since they prefeiit idi-d into three units, the letter, Sec- .

from seed to the pasturage. By feeding In, tion, First Aid Work, and the Ambulance -
Small yields poor corn this way the pork can be produced: on work for the transportation WILL PAY YOU TO
be prevented by not plant
van readily SEE
ing that kind next spring, but by Florida farms at low cost. I lof the wounded. I heard that this US AT ONCE
train is going and
across soon
planting good seed selected this fall. Corn, peanuts and chufas ore the ( from the pretty
that's I'm
I To plant seed, says the University best grams for fattening. Sweet potatoes preparation going
l poor sure it's not going to he long. WeIhave The
P of Florida extnesion division. is cassava nnl, dasheens when for Florida DentistsDr.
our equipment duty
unnecessary and unpatriotic. The boiled anti i mixed with grain give excellent now. oversea
cheapest and surest way to increase results in fattening hogs. I
Where all these be the I'd enjoy being in old Florida this
the yield of corn is to Improve the can grown on
quality of the seed. I I farm giving a ,variety of feeds, good morning with my many friends. I U. G. Turner and Associates
Each spring finds a scarcity of good results may be hail. Corn and sweet ; think I'll get n furlough before long

seed. .Prevent it by selecting enoughfor I potatoes are the best finishing feeds I[ and come. 304 Main Street
two years. The seed shortage is a for the production of firm meat and Camp Wheeler Is a fine Camp. Theyare Jacksonville, Fla.

/ much more serious source of crop loss lard. Packers cull out peanutfattened I well prepared here for the care of Open to 9 p. m. daily. Sundays 1
f 1 than is generally recognized. The hogs and discount the price. Hog* the soldiers. Nevertheless the armyis 9 to 1. J JJ

logs is due to carelessness, neglect, ors ) should be fed chiefly on corn for four not as bad as some people think.

delay, or to the greatest of all draw- weeks before slaughtering. Ill admit, myself that It's not any -

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FRIDAY JULY 5, 1918 RRADFORD COUNTY rELEGRAPII, STARKE. FLORIDA. PACE; SEVEN Iw.I .



TOWN TAX NOTICE DESCRIPTION: Sec' .. T. R. A. Tar A I DESCRIPTION s..... T. R. A. TMM ACwu "(
OWNER Cal, OWNKR
Lire in hereht ah..n that the following deucrlbcd landa will be told 1 at Public Auction One A. In CW Cor of SW', of 8W.._ 25 a 21 1 Arthur n AKare __ .__ 70 I by IJD yarila Runt and Weal. InnouthiaM
pint: Manila) ) In AUI %U't. 191$, It bang the 3lh day of said month, at Starke, In the SE', of SEi __ _-.- n 2d 8 21 4i Arthur II Alt-are n_____ 1037 eiuner orI :I. of M5'i 'fl 6 Si: 6 Mm \ K Hi Inner* -. .. 8.41
of llradford. Slate of .Florida or to much thereof .* will be necmaary to pay the Lots 2. 3. 4. or 15 a. In NE' of NEI1 8 23 13 Mr Sallln:; Mal hu" ____ 238 I The 8 Uj a. of. the followinii decnbed -
| due foi taxes ben.in .vt opposite the mime, together with the co.t of auch tale and Sty "'" _ "" I a 22: 82il }:ula W Maulley ________ 88.78 land Io.wilt: 1I..t. pi KIU ft
nil A'0 ::: - .. riz; ::::. :.: u_. nrr 2 8 22 820 Kula W Maulluy ____n__ 3378 S of NW Cur of NWl of SE* Aun
Lot 34 in Woodlawn .___ __n.... 10 8 22 10 Unknown ___. .. ? ___. 2.38 S 7 IIMOO chfi. K 0.101 cha.
DESCRIPTION Sea T. R. A. Taiei Afotu NWV4 of N".', A NKl-4 of NWl,__.. 12 8 U HO Carrie B Starling .___._ 985 N 7 3U-IOO ch, W H 80-100 cha to ,
OWNER SWL of NEI A SB', of NWV" A; Wit'' in NWV, of Shi _________ 20 A 22 t MM Emilia 1II.I hul't __ __ I Hit 1 +
flt '. and allot\ d of nik Cones OWL, of SEE, -__ -_ _ __-___ 12 8:12: 120 Unknown _u_ ._ __ n-. 23.76 E 13 1.8 a. of lit:', of NEI4: ____ u_ 81 A 22 13 Ardell Leonard .. .. ____ ..U I
Add to SL.rl.ialuo lot of N'v of E'-J of SEE of NEV, A Wl, of Com A 1-3 cha W of NE Cor of 8WV
bounded. E by Temple Ave.. SE", of NE', A. Sly of N'n of SW. of 1 NK'1. A I IIM l..j' con W A 1.<1 '
bY land of N T Rich W by of 7 W', & N'-j of Sty of SWl, chu, N 12'. elm K: A 1-3 eh. to big 31 A 22 II Pit WI. .. .. __ ___.._ 6 to
,.r.on lane & 8 by Pratt St.. 28 e 22S3 T J Alderman __u Un 7..91r of SW' '. A W'. of SKV. of SWl, A All Sig of SEV4 E of Ry-5 a. .____. 32 A 111 I Unknown .. __ ___.__ 1,22
Dlk 42 In LIvlnKBton Truby :>OFor Kt:', of SW'4 4 W,y of Lot 1 of Blk 1 In Lincoln City_______. Mary Joiner .. ._ __ ____ 5.01.
nuhilivliilon 2A II I : JuliuK Duller .. -. _.u 1 MMr SE'S of SEt, A 8'of NEl of lot 1. 4. K of lilt 18 In Lincoln City-. Anna J....... .. __ _____ 8.01 I
Temple.* Add 2d 6 it Eunice E Canov .- 47.70 SE', .__ __._ ._________ _____. 12 8 23 110 Unknown ____ .. .. ... 27.17 N'.j of NWl* of NWU ex 8 a. on
8. Llvlniiaton. Truby-- Co.-Sub- l.ot.6. 6. 9. 10. 11, 12 in Woodlawn ____ 13 8 22: 60 Unknown _-__ .. .. ___. 11.US W end A '4 a. Vault U<1 -_ -:__- 33 A 22 12 MM E F John. ________ a 42 'I j

felon 28 8 22 Roes Cox u,__, .. _.__ :3.BO lot lit In \\ooillawn _... _______. ___. 18 8 22 10 Herman Shaw .. ____ __._ 4 ItO 8 a olrn SW Cor of SWl. of NWV* W
.lot 5 of Blk- C of Jono Add Lola 21. 28 In Wmxllawn n__________ 16 8 22 20 Unknown' _n_ .... __._ 4 8K Ky _---_- _--- __--_ -_--_-- 83 6 22 8 King Chandler .. __ ____ 410 a
Clarke -. 28 6 u Mr* E C Croft ____.___ 1.80 LoU 42. 63 in Woodlawn _________... 17 6 22: 20 Unknown ____ ___. .... 488 About. 4 a. In SW C Vr of NWV, of '
1 81 an extended on Enacy- map Lot 85 In Woodlaw.l. n. _._._.______ 18 8 22: 10 T B llimiby _. ._ _____... S.HH SWl B otHy&IV1)a.ofNY,
Town nf Starke _.-e$ 8 23 S B Denmark .___ uu__ 8328 lot 3 In Woodlawn .__.._ --___on 11 8 22 10 W S l.rtw _.-_ __ _ if* of 8\\ '. of' SW i4 except l.e furchurch a
final 105 ft square In SW Cor of 2 a. in NE Cor of NEt of. 8WV.____ 23 8 22 3 V M Bradley U .._u_.- 888 _. . -.. - -___ --.- -- 83Bill A 22 10 Unknown .. .. .. ______ 884 +
t SWI 2A tI 22 F. W DrlKicera Eat------- 1.80 Loin II. 14. 15. Oil* I1Ih-dlvlsl..n: of at NE line of NW.r NEV,
aSK Cor of SEI4- of SE'4 20 6 22 Mra A E DHuKera ______ 885 Emit Lnntey ____ _... .. n____ 24 8 22 Mary McCill _. _______u a 81 A run S 8U',. ft to a rt of hex I
Hlk 1 In Livinmton Truby & SW', of NE. of SW.u_________ 28 8 22 10 Unknown .___ .. ....u_ 4 80 thence W SlOtft.. S 80714! ft B
,
Add. to Starka _ 28 8 23 Jo. W Edward __._n__ 1785 N'. of NE'i of NE', of 8E', ________ 2t1 8 22 5 Rufus McRne .. .. ...... 2.88 510'4' rt. N 307I.J ft to be--...___ 03 A 22 I A J CrIITia ____ ___. ___. 10.28
In Llvlnwton. Truby- -&:-Co Com. at SW Cor. of SW'. of SEV., A Kelt at NW 'or of 11\\' '', of NKl A

i, 38"Iv. __ 28 6 22 R M Ellcrwn n__ .. .. 11.28 run E on S..... line 410 ft to a pt. run H am Si ft. E 81411h ft. N sou I Ift. ,:
4 of Blk S3 In Livinmton.- Truby- I of boninnllur. thence N 660 ft E 198 W 30T'" ft In Iwg------------ 83 A 22 3 J It Turner .... .. ,____ 811 ,'
to pub div 28 6 22 R M Ellenon ---- ------ 015 ft, S 6(10( ft. W 1VH ft, to ben, _.,.,- 218 23 8 Ja.V Wllllami .. ____ 620 S'j of. NWl, of NEl, ..... 2JH ft square i'+(
200 ft W of NW Cor-of w Lot 3H in Vioodlawn unnn__ 29 8 23: 10 I'nknown -. .. u______ J.ll In SK ('"r. 8 M-lti A. A :2 A. In NW > ,
a pt A 1Ia.I..1' Si.. &: run 1 Lot. 11 In Hoodlivtn _.___________... 21) II 22 10 I'nknown __ .. ? '_'n' 3.78 Cor of NW i of NKl loving 210 i'
Mon ft to Ornniro St.' N tin ft, KMl. lute. 23. 26 I Uf Woodlawn _____nn__. 29 8 22 20 W L John ___________. 142 K "f NW for2. a. A SW I, of.
t4| r). N 100 ft K Hi) ft to b..... 2M A 23 JM W Eddy ____ ___. u'_ :18.80 WKj' of Lot 61 & 8'" of Lot 38 In NE' ,. leu. HI a. In SW for A drip
nik 112 In. John Add -.. 2M 8 22 0 J Farmer .. _.n__._ tI.7& \\oodlawn .-_-____ n__ _____..... 80 8 22 10 M V Haley __ n __n__ 2.41 J2N ft w"'"< olT, K: end.... 22 HX-lllO a 14 A 22 34 N Alva Enty .. .. ..___. CO.3.1
of Lot 4 & N 10ft otut: 6 SW, or NE' A NW' of SEVi! ______ 11 6 18 88 Johan 'ihomitfl' .... .... tl.43 Hell at SW for of $' \t't1 of NKl, A 4'
JO __ 28 A 22 Mr: D L Franc!* :17.00 WLj of NE', of NE', lk NF Cor "rIlk- -C, -Junta & N of SW'I. of NE'1--------- 17 tI 18 SO It W William __ __ u__ 11.23 ft. S MOO, ) ft to ben -------------1-I A 12 10 W n Oamy -- -- -------- 017
com at N ltd ft. W 210 ft 8'y of 8\\' ,'| of NE' lit NW'4 of SE,. EI j of SW l, . ___ __ ___.n 84 A 12! 80 (' 11 Criltia bat n __ _. 4J.UU I
run fl to beu. 2A A S3A Mn D L Francl. ** J" A B'. of NE' of SW'4 .... 17 6 18 80 Martin Miilphnra . _.. 1 12!.72 NI.. of NWl, of SKI,, A SIC I,, of NWl,
210
tin ft. E if Hlk C in Kl.lnir.. add 2d 22: Elbvrt Gnann -- -- *. SKI, of NW' .... 18 tI 18 40 Huck Wllllami .. n_____. 4118 of SKI __._ o. . _ _ ___.__ 34 8 22 80 Jan () JolmionA ____._____ 1T.B3
[4. R. U NF': of NE'i' _- _. 25 6 11K' 411 Unknown' -. .. __n.n 841 NE1, of lit:', except 6\ a. aiiuar In SE
tot Dlk 42 Livinmton_ Truby.& 2M A 2} 3dlGoadwlno -. I.M S :I. of St:'. .... 26 II 18 40.1.: Futeh _______._.n_ 4 ()ASW' for _- .__ _. _. ..-.84 22 36 K I. Cr.ITU. _. __ ___-__ 18.811
auk dl> _-. 6 22A Mm Jennlo Maid ICnirmnnP )II.ORs80 of NKU: A NWl, of SEVi: 2> 6 18bW'l 80 Flliwnrth Trust Co. ___. 1003 8 a. .i| In SR' ,'... of NKi of slit3t A 1JA A Unknown __ ..._ ______ sou
of nik 16 2M D Hick __ of 8W'4 A W 210 ft. of SE'4 of Sly of SWl of SF4 __ Uh __ ._-____ 84 22 20 S A Tarter .. -_.___n__ 10.0'
1. H .f Klk C In RUIna' Add 2d 22: - S\V'4 .. __. 1 8 19 46 T LtV\ __ ____-____. 1143 'I SF':I. of Sis', ... ._ .n__._. 81SFl 6 22 40 J II Murrow _. __ __.___ 11.02 J

4 ,f Hlk 41 In' LivinitaUin_ 2R 6 23 Jiwnte. Johniton" 4.115 I"B' 4 of SEt, .-.-. 2 tI 19 40 T L Will.... ..,__ __u___ B4- : of NW, ._ _ . _______ 83 A 24fl : 40 Minnie tleiw -. __ .._. ID 1)8 '
jy & To Sub ni% N'i of NK'i of NF'i, -.____ 11 6 I* 10 T L \Mlllej ___. __ ______ 211IIN' SW'II of. NW, ,1NI" of NW' _.._ .35Sl.j 2.1A 120 C f: <.rllti. .. .. n______ 60.If t
2 ""r Hlk Ih LMnnnlon..Truby_ 28 A 22 Raymond Jackson ._ -_ -- 7.05 of NWl., of NW', .nn__. 12 tI 19 10 T I. \Mlll ____.. __'_n IDA of NK'i' A KI.J of. NKl, of NWl, 8ANW liA 100 Unknown -- ._ ._ ____._ 41.HI 'l' '
tub div S'-, of SI' 21 8 19 80 A I' Uiilnv _____n_____ 12.04 of NW, _ . _ -u. .. 88W 22 411.1" Col"'man .. __..__._ 111 OJ:
,Dlk 28 LIvinuMon Truby..A_.Co._ A 22 ClnTord Johnson 7.08 NW'i, of30K'.1 A 8a.inNWCor.of ',. of. NKl:I., of NW'., .__ -- _._ 88Hij A 22 20 1I.. Illrkey _. ._ _____. 8.74
din 28 SW", of NE', _.- 23 tI 19 45 J Thomn, u__ __ ..__ 583 of NF1' A I'It' :' | of NWl -_ __on 4 7 20 120 A II Shaw .. ._____..__ 13. 6. 0. 1 > ol Blk B of lIi.i n,, WI,. of I'I' F1 of NWI _ _ 8 7 20 20" W rilihulmer ____.
_ _ ._.__ 28 A 22A :MM. Tarma ivlton 4.113USD Den Inn yda S of NK Cor of NEt; of - ) !
n 1'1'' of of ,I'M a'
NW-4 run S 140 yd a.W 210 ydathincv ., S'-j II A S'i of Lot 10
_f Illk 11 In Llvinimton. Truby Inne North 140 yiln thence Emit I..... N 13 a. ___..___ _____h___ 7 7 SO 48.r M Shaw Jr.. ___.____ 1104 1r
f4. Add ._ .."nik 28 23 Ja* J10 yiln, to beginning _- -. 28 A 19 8 Unknown _. ____ ._ ____ 7.17 Sla of I..., 4 ____________..__..______ 7 7 lio/ 41) I. T Shaw ____ _- ___.__ 142
A and frnc'l loU__A.I. .of A 23 MM Carrie Milli 21.7 Lot 1 of Klk 15. lircordlnH to .1. W. Pat. NS of .lot 8 ____ _.. __n__________ 7 7 20 40 Unknown .. .. ________ 44Z
28
,'in, John A"d. u. ---- y ton'fl survey of Worthington Sprintrfl' Unknown .. ._u ____ \.2 I (-inn :2110. ft W of t: Imo of 31W'4 of
4 ,>f Hlk 45 Lviny..tun.Truby, S1112 N aidu ot fly rluht of
nay
4 liS Lot 1 of f rno I Hlk 21 Worthington.
__ __ ._._ 2" A 22 honey PlirforU --
Co rub dh Springy n______ _.._____ ____.___ Unknown n.. ..__u.... 241 A run N 274 ft W 2011.. ft H to rightof
,2 of Blk : A Lola 1. 2 of IllkLivinmton. .. Lou I. 2. 3. 4. of Blk 23 I In WorthinutonSprlnir way Ibence E on mild rlMbt of
Truby & Co rub r '. : Ivlninton A Chamberlin 4.OA May I.. the ,point of hetinninir In '' 1
3.13 -- --- -- --- -- -----
.!Ion __ ._ u_ u u 28 8 22 L P..ler.onlUnnnh __ __ -- n Lot 8 of Hlk 38 In Worthington SprlnuaS'a Unknown .... 241 8... i of SW __ n _.. ._ g 7 20 1 11.- Cialncy .. _________ 111.SIFlnreiia n I

2> "f Dlk 83 & lot 1. 2 of RlkIn of Lot 3 A all Lot 4.---__ 7 tI 20 120 Mr Charl0ltuCofin .... li.42 lola 7, 10.I of Illk 1 In Wan) CII,,.. Wan) -- .- .... 148

Llving-Hton Truby & Co. rub Parker __ _. .. '7.1\" Lot 7 of Blk 8 A Lola 2. 4, A. 8 of Blk lot I of lilt 2 In Ward City ___..... loreua Ward.. .. .. __.. .711,, ,r
'Inn on 28 6 22 ._ .. 1A8SRichard 21) A Lota 2. 4. 8, H, 10.12 of Illk 30A .Lota 6. 7 of lilt 11 In Ward City ______ Hor.ua Ward _n. .... .. III y
2. 11. 4 of Dlk 3 in Temples add 1 28 6 22 A H Rodney -- -- lots 2. 4, 6. of Blk 81 ALotn Lota 1. II of Illk 11 la Ward. City/ .... Ion-UN Ward u. _.__ .. Ill

NK Cor of Wij of NW' ofnf 2. 1. 6. 6. 7. 8. 0, 10, 11 of Ixit 7 of lilt II in Ward City.._______. K'loreua Ward .. --_ ,71)
NEl' & run W 100 ft to a Illk 82 A Lot 12 Ilk 41. A tots 2. dot I 0 of Hlk 18 In Wan) City ___..__. I 1"I..r..uM.r.., .. .. .... .711,,
1 I or ben. thence W 100 ft S 307 __ 3.8So 8, 4. 3, A, 7. 8. of Illk 41 A Lot l.i.l 8 ...rIlk/ 22 In Ward City _______. Horeuaurd _._. ____ _. 1.11
E 1011 ft. Naill' ft to leg ___ 28 8 23 Reynolds -- -- 21 of Hlk I 43 A Lou 2. 3: 6. A, 7,8 NK' of Rh': _ . ... ..__ __ .___ II 7 20 4.1. Unknown .. .. .. ...... ft 4j
,4 if blk 'IS Livingston Truby 285 of Illk 48 A LoU 1. 2. 8, 4 Arrnel M lu n. of tot.r; SW . n 15 7 20 19 Unknown __ .- ._ ._.... 811 I
.. .nib i\ _-_ 28 A 22 Ed: Unnoy Raulpteox-------9)- --- )) Lot 6. 8. A Lot 7. 8, 0. In. S'j of lot I. lina Ity right of way A Ion* i
,of Blk 84 In Peek. Add------ A 22 Viola 2.511 II. 12 of Illk 47 & nil like 65 MIn I lot til fix I mi ft on N aiilu of Ky

", 9. 10 of Ink 1 in Wynni Add 2M 6 22 8 M Spencer ._ -- -- -- Now Ulver _.__ _u_ -. ____23-24 A 20 Unknown -. -_ __ ______ 11.11 for Colored' church .-- u ___.. 18 7 20 mi J II Rhaw __ __ _. ______ 118j I
8 ft S >f SW Col of Myrtle A .. NW' of ,",W', ___.__ _____ _._______ 1 A 21 40.: W Oren ___.________ 5.42: NF.II of NWJ A K 12 a. In NW'., of
iron Sin A run W 1(16 ft. S 2.111 NE'' of NK'i. of SW., A K 4 a. of NW', . _ .. .. ._ _u. __ __'.n U 7 20 Ci3 Unkmmn _. ------r 901
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ft E Ion ft. N inr It to hey. 20 A 23 Pr. Curtl Smith n !-I.r' NWl of SKVt _______u___ 1 A 21 14 Unknown _.- . __ _ 2.41 N :35 a, of SKI I. of SKI ', _ __ ____ _-. 24 7 20 33 Mitcbill, Hill .. .. .. .... 4 4J '
2 >f Hlk 4/i/ & lot* -'. 3 of Hlk '"'WI. of SWV __ __. ._- ____________ 3 A 21 40 Fmpire Lumber Co ..___ 8.78 One n. :111 ft K: of. NW Cor of NW', 'I
fin I.lvlnuHlon Truby A Co xibilivI 28 A 23 <;110 Soott (col.) ____ -n'T :3.13 Shi: of NKl I,, __ _ _. __ __.__ II 6 21 40 Unknown' ___. _- .- u_. 1(1.37 of SWi' hem* 210 ft ..|imre __._-_ 4 7 21 I Mm Snllle Miilphlir __ .. 1.011 I{
28 27 2H, 17. 3$. 311 l, 40 of .t ee I I Lots I A 2. end N 23! acres of lot 8 83V'ij 6 21 121 Unlinnwn . 16.nH SFl" of NI:' _ __ ___on _____.-- 3SW 7 21 4'') .Ida M I'ralt 8. 1224i
In I>uwlin..'. add 21' 6 22 R A Thomas --__ __ ____ 7.08 I & of SKI _ __ __ _ ___.. _. +
n \ .r SW' of NW' A NWl of WS i 8 7 21 ) I Unknown r _. .. .. ...... 24 874D
It 8. It. 10 iif Hlk 31 in _. A.OO 8WI -__ -._. ___ ___- ________ 2 A 22 60 Starke' Iiimtxr Co .. ... 1218 SWi' I of NKi: _ _- .. -- 8 7 21 Unknown .. __ .... ..... A.4214U
__ __ ..
rinmton. Truby A Co Add _-. -_ 2" A 23: .John Thomm NWl' of. Nh':!, of SWl'i, _.__._____._ 2NLl A 22 10 IJev S T Wolf __unn_ 8.3" NK' ( exr"I.toil.., of 111.:1.' of NK'i) II 7 21 1I': : Hinhlu------------ 14 r
fl ,r lot ", ;. Hlk 17 _. 211 6 22 'J h.'o. 'liaon 3I.B5 of NEl. A SKj' of NE'i A 8F.I4' 141 ., 01 SKI of NWl A NI.li> of MWH!, 10 7 21 80 W A May .. .... .. 3
I B2l,' ft E& Why 101! ft N& of NW'., A NW', of NWVi K'.U' NCi of NWl A NW!, of'NWU of 1.0

rr n end of Mm Himinwway. li>tBounded of SWl ..u.- __unn.._.__ 3 A 22 t80Starki Lumber Co .. .. .. SI.7140Stnrk NE'-----------------' .- 10 1.1 60 11 II ripenrcr 8.M I
E by Innd of Mm M JKrn. of : ._._ _._ _____ 6 22 NW' ..r NWl A ; of _. I" 13 120) I
__ __ _. .. A.60 'IF-I. NE's nn 4 > Lllmlxr (0 .. _____ ff (15 K'-j SW'i 2 Unknown _ __ __ _____. 12.1IA
S by Hoyt St-------- -- 28 a 22 Unknown __ Wij of. SKI" of FBI -______.n_ ._.__ 3 A 22 20 Siloit Lunton _._. __ __._ 875 K'j: of SEl A HI,, of. SK'' : ., of NKU: A I ,'I!
bounded K by Myrtle St.. S byIcon W' of NKl; ,
, St. W by land of L A. ____ __ 8.40A of SW I . A WLj of IIg"/', ___ ____ B A 22 320" i': E Cnnina ._ . _ :\11.117- SK'l: of NI'.' A NK' of SWl';, n____ 7 2 80 K 11 J.iniII .. .. ____._. ..,j ,
/?. Ji N by Sec line 29 tI 22 Unknown -- ---- PHI' i of NW'/, _. ___ _._________._- AM A 22 40 Unknown. __ __ ______ 707 Wl., of NI':' of SKI, A 1 a. In NK '.1
com at SW Cur of Myrtle Amim ':' of NK'i of NW,, A NW'/, ofNWl ('.e of NWl, of HKi I., -. -. ----- 23Wl. 7 2 21 Fin K Knvnor -. ---..-.- 841HO t
hu & run S ins ft. W of NK': _ _ n___. 8 A 23 20 Swallow' A Hopkins .. ... 4 A7JO .. of SWl __ __ u___ ___._.___. a 7 : M M Criiria; .. _.___. 33 A? 1.P
ft. !S300 ft. W lor ft. N 210 N'-j of N'Wl of - 0 8 22 ( A .loyc A 21 NK' W NW !, ___..._ .__.__ ____- 8 7 40 H A (.alter .. .. .____. )Ill 117 I I
'F SK t.O} I'k"la:; - --- - : 22 Unknown -------------4: .$ l-' i 6. 8 A 22 Mr*. M9rYS '. of E'. at NE'-i A B'" of W\iI\ 11': :, of J1''t": NW', of SK': ., n. . _'_ 4 7 ) Mm ('a.rll A Mill' -. .. tl.lt. k}i

lido if SE' of SEl i boundedBbv of NE'Ety: of NKl'' of MO' IINWl A 22 100 Unknown .___ __ __ --.- 1223 of fir SWl 4 7 11: 20 II"kn"wl -. .. ...... 10,61 F 1
Hv. K by land of Drlinrvn. : of I ,y J W Andrews. J. AV byitnwrvlnnd 1..76 W'tJ of NWl of. RW' ___________.__ U 6 22 20 Unknown ._ . A.78 NW' nf NIC'' run 210 ft 1r I
St. _ -- ;- 29 A 22 R J Well -__ 4611 ll'j:' of Klj of SWi of SE''"1 .. _..__ 12NWl A 22 10 Unknown __ _- ._ -___ I 18.51 E 42"), ft, N 21(1 ft W 420t to ,4.., !
A. S of Hlk 4 A""r.,1) ._ 211 6 22 M. M.Mlilur NMIImm u. ----. 4 05 of NEl of SWl u ____ ____- 14 A 22: 10 Unknown .. .. .. ______ 4 73 polnl of beirlnnlnii ---. II 7 2 2 Mil... ItolH'nion . .. 403
2, 1 jf Klk IT In IVmiile'a Add. 2M 8 22 J. Q. -- E'' of to!.:..., of NWl', A NE'. of NE'of /, F'4' of NI'Pof; NI':' __ _.___. II 7 2 20 Ins Clark _. .. __.-. ..R3 J., fi

:. ,r 1111 I'l" in 1.lvlnll.lltn. a Molt __._. H"10 SW'i ___._ u ______.___.___- II A 22 20 Mr Eva: T Itywn _____. 12.111 f l lli a :n ". nt Nwi', of t I? A C. odd. 2$ A 22 HI u - - N' .of NW'i "t SKI' .-_-_._--_-_ ___ I IISW I "U />t Peter Knirl _... 1141 tine a on N end of Ihe WVi, of NW'I!| I . . .at4a/.e'al'II, #

SII.A3 K !KCMlclurf, Kla of NE"i: _..._ -_____ _______. 18 A 22A 40 hansom lteynold.- ____ 7.06 of NEI i; of Its .__. 1 1..rh.t Odulil, n __ __ .. S.61 t"
'I'"x Town ot puirke. fine n In NW ( of W'-j' of NW"I of ,
Ont- lot < Al on emit Hide nf tho 12 acreI .r r'J
.. .. .. _..- -- - I met of 'Inn.I belonging to I'. C NISl W of IIv __._ 8 '7 U 1 lliwliin Mckee -- ? _. .. 1,44 J M
---- (.oodolne. in N 'i.. of Nt:' nf SWfiIniumleil Ilitt .' rim H of NW Cur of NE'/. of I.j
NOTICE. north by Win. 111111 and I I.outll SWi I A run S .1 elm. B 10 cb.. N 8 I
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Innd. will .;" .. l>v Sarah Scott __.._ _.. 21 22 1 Ada Mack .. .. .. ______ n.t1) the W 111 ch I' Ln 9leas W Iq- .-,"'r I '
I... ,. 8lnndntgit II Au" Ihe rnll..wln"Inhgrthe" auldol mothublwfarr IRa" Com nt NW Co.. of land owned bfMra 2 u. I 1 2a 2 Mury Joiner .- .. _..... .
\01".1" ". . 1I11 II rolb 'd"y .r mltehh..ol as ; King on I': aide of Ity A SWl": of NWl' &: of NWl' of SK'I 7 22 Oi) Jaa Clark .- -. .. _. _._. 1.1 'r
In Ul"Ildord dauntoe .0 lat NE'1!> :of M:1 I. NWl of MOV A 110 jl""
lhermnm luxe tsirtboppoyite wllh the run E: nt riuht nnttlea to said Ky ,
u0trd to"l'U..r
'p11" unt due for the to F: line of Si.c 21 & thence N on f!', of SI';'} _ _- ,0 7 2 100 Paul" Hro __ __ _._____ 60, 10 Jf
ante and advertising. S'j' NK':' of Ng' .10 7 2" "
Kiiid nee linn to center St., thence Won .r 2 "k'wI .. 8.18 .'j
N'j' of Nr.i' NKi. of NWU A
Taxes ADFSCRII'TION mid IIn Ky. thence S ninny Ryu < ,
: Sen T. R. A. OWNER: Cot > "pt. of biir in ll'tj of M'iex.. 81'j of NW'l A UK'' .- _. ._ I 7 2 880 I'aiil lira __ ._ __ ____ t1.7 'I

____ __.. 24 4 19 40 J Wilkinson _________1 441 loch lots nr ,....".. art have SW' of NI.I.' A BWof IJ.v: of 7",
r Wl!, __ .n_____ 30 4 19 OA ilex Wllllnma __ _______. 7.07 hrri-tofore been ill.edi'd. _. .. ____.. 21 6 22 14 Loufe Guyon .. .. _____. 14 00SPo' NWV - _ __ _. __ 11 7 2 80 Unknown' ._ _. _. .. .. l
or Nil, of NW'4\ n. of Illk A 8 of K 3 W In Temple.aub All 12 7 610') 1'.1
: ______. .3:1: 4 n 4i,) W l> Taylor ---- --- - fatal Itm ... .. ........ ,)
of SW', 4 ______ 19 4 20 40 A It Fletcher, Trunteo -- 707 div __ . __h_ 21 A 82A 8 Jennie 8171.---------- 1.68 Nr.i':! of NK'-i .._ -- -.__ ______ J 7 2 411" Ulknown .. _. ? ...... 4 4J
or 1'1.:1: nn All W'. of Blk A R of R 2 W" all E't All _ __ _ _ . _. _.. __._ 7 840"
I'aiil
_.__. III 4 20 mi Unknown __ .- __ ___... 39 I 1 Hm ._ .. _. ...... AJ.ti, | I
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and S', )f Lot > nn of Illk II S of 118 W. lying In' NWl! Ely of Nr.'i: A NW' of NKl: A NKl'"
___._ _.. 21r : 4 20' "I 0 unknown' .__ __ .. ____ I 17.H ,
r NE' __ 19 4 21 640 W R Allen Sr. __u_____. 68.BS ,.f MA:' M:' of SWi| InTtmplea of NWl < W'.u of 8WI, I SKV, 13 7 1 400 Iu. Hnm .... .. .....
__ -- nub div __ __. .. ..___ 21 23: 7 Jennie Stylus .. .. _n_ fl.02: SI1V" of SW'i .__ .__ ____ ______-. 18 7 2 4<.l Unknown .. .. ... _. .. 44
"of INE'/A of
or NE', A S'/j!! _ S'/j\ .20 4 21 320 W R Allen. Sr. __._______ 3213 n.) .," nt NW cur of SW' of SWI.' Arun SWl t, of SKI: __ _.._ __ ________ 1 7 40 '"knuwI ., __ .. __ .. 5.44 'r '
ti S'IJ NwfiIII"H 20 4 21 120 J !' Sanp __._.__.______ 12.88 S 711 ydii, E I 1.11. yln. N 70 yd.. N'! of Nt:'"', i HW, of NtI; A H" ,
or NEI" & NM of \ 21 80 W R Allen. Sr. ______ 810 W I 110) vdn. to pt of belt ________ 22 A 22 2 Euireni ('Oil .. .... ___. 663 of Nt:' .. NW! Ira* 2 a. In SK i
21 4
I'SW', _ __ __ _._. 21 4 21 80 J 1' Snpp _______n_______ 819 NW of Nr'i:' of SEli _.n_________ 23 8 22 10 J K Starling .. __ ._____ 1.14 ('4e . __ __ . __. ._- 20 7 22 118 Unknown .. __ .. ..... 11.20
SWV, of lIaI:' about. M N' of NWl 12 A. III 8r.cornr .
_ __ 4 21 40 Walter D Sapp' ..___.____ f.ASI SK'1 lexcept acreaofT except +
.1 NWU' __ - -- *" I Mm: N W Snpp)______ Flint Hide and :1 .e..... In NW cor _._ 21 7 228M! Unknown _ n .-. _. ft.I*.
of NEI, A Eta< of NWVi A NE4BWV 4 21 240 (lloatwlck A Codwlnl; I 50 and 4 arna In SW cornerl) and N- All _.__ __ _.___ __ ___. _.___-__ 23 7 22 A40 I'aul 1 llnw _. .. .. _._.__ 8107 4
A W'4 of SE',.------'- 23 -- E':' of I
NEti A W'Xi! A SW'4 of SE'iSi 4 21 320 W R Allen Sr _._____ __ 82.IS/ in NE corner and 1 acre In NW All) o. __u n_ __.._ ____ ._ ?.__ 28 7 840 !I'all! '"., .. __ ._ ______ 81,1)7:
F'y or SE------------------0 21 640 W H Allen Sr. ____.___-__ 14 .18 corner-------------------- 27 A 22 DO 'rh..... Tbinn .. .. .. ?__ 32.84 NW!, of NKl: NU, of NW!', -.._.. 28Wj 7 22 12D I'niil" 1 Urn, .... ._ ....... ,,4
80 4
__ __ la.8t
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n .___ __ n 21 CiBD I'nknown _.. Ed.04) NFA "f NWl' of SWl, _-__.__ .nu 21Nh' 8 2CA 10 Swallow & Hopkins ._____ 471 of SWl. NWl/ -- 2 7 2 20 W niter Hooker .. .. _. .,
E'' of" SWSE'- : .._.________ 81 4 820 W R -Sr. _-_- __-_-_-_- 30.18 of SKI - __-_ __ _. __n__ 28V 22 4'1>l Unknown .. .. .. ____ 17 A3 4 u in NW ( or of h"j of Rwi-NW'/ 1
Allen
___ _ _ ____._._____ 82 4 21 for ___._._. __ 7 8 .' -
40 Nero: Rawl. ___. ._____. 4 OS :1.1! of .SWi of SWl A S't, of except I a. church -- 2 2 ..nl. Illcklon .. .. _...
or NEI __ _____-"__--- 26 4 22 452 Vra Carrie B Starling- ___. fill.44 NW'' of SWl _ __ ___._- 2Com $ 6 23 40 Theo Tlaon __ .. _____ 24611Kuuen N1! of Nr.l'; A HW/ of NKl': A .;1 1.4
NEl 4 Slji of NW'. I'll!' _.__ 3rt 4 22 NW'of SE of N W' & NW of NW!, .___ 7 240) I'niil
__ __ 10 88 80 W W Chbiholm Eat ___. 12.43 on N line of % onE 2 2 Bum .. .. .. ..... M 57.l.hn
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of SE'4 SE'* of SWl C. Ciuiiella. ____ 5 42 aidii of Church St A run rt on Lot II of 'Hlk 4. Sub Illv of 1'1'.r __
of SE'26 818 40 J. ----- NI':' of ________ __________. 20 7 22 .
W W rhMhnlm Est __ 1242 mild hi 70 ft. E 210 ft N 70 ft, W NW/ Rrnllh' _. .. .. ....
NEt, _. __ ___._.-..-..- 84 II 18 80 -- : 2111 ft to beir ___u_ uu_______._._ 2B 8 22 : Gnann .. .. .. .. 2.51Mr NWI of NWV . ._ _._.___._.__ HO 7 22: 40 (... H V.rB.r __ _. _.__ 14
____ _____ 342
40 E P Dick _.
of N0'., __ _________ 36 8 IS Com at SE Cur of SWi, of NW, A run Ely of NW', of NW, __ __._ __._ 82 7 22 20 Unknown .. .. ...... 841 .
40 Unknown .. .. .. ...... 707 -
_ ____II_____.._ S 8 19 .
of SWI4! W 7115 ft N 313. ft. NE flOK ft. E 2U8 All N'. of NW!, A Noflty&NWii
Tnknown .... .... ... 10.37
jof ._._n___ 311I 11* 40 of $W' ____ _ _._ ___ __ 84 7 41 I'aul Bro
8\V41 - 40 Unknown .. .. .. 4.43 ft thence E 174 ft. S 102! ft to bow d 2 __ .. ........ 473 .
? nt *tF*'/ u __ 2 8 20 ------ Aluo ci,rtnm, lands !S' of Mra IfSrarkman SE'' of NW'' A Klj: of SWI' A W i

[ of NEC.'A NE'.. .r NWU'A' WHo A W of Ky In SEU of of SF?; _u,__ __ .__ __.. .._. 84 7 2 200 N P Cauthon .. .. __.. AO I''
20 180 Unknown .. .. ........ 18.31
NW).. __ __.. SE'4.._ 4 t 20 430 Vnkn.i ..l .. .. .. ... 4.1 ti SWl' _.' _" ___ .___. _n'__. .... 28 A 22 10 B F Johns __ .___._ 88.78 f.K'' of SI.; II 7 :! 4<" Unknown _. _. __ ..... (.OTA I
N'j of SW' A N'' of 5 3 .ota 4 A A nf Illk :i in Original Town Unit. at $I: ( or of Nt:', of UK'A run

of NE', & NW of NE'. &: of Hlnrke rmbrncinti NK'' of SWi 28 A 82A : .1 I 8 Kite _. __ __ __ .__- 3.81 N 21". y.l". W I4ii y.l Ia. U 210 y.l". I
.1. of NWW'\ ,, of NWVt A Lota 3, A. 7. 8 of Blk 10 In Klarke___.. Mr \ Horaua. __n _. __ 16.711 K III y". to hex-A a.---- 8 7 2 F..r Melt, .. .. ? ,___. 272 I l
SE' -xcept LoU 1, of SK''., of !n:! ____ __ 8 20
if SW A lI.a.k.n__ W"j
Lot 8 of Blk 18 In .. .. $ytbmore---------
A Jennl Maililu llnffman 11.03 284
____ 10 5 20 430 Unknown .. .. .. ...... 44.028A A I t
nib dn --- HMi.j ft of Lot 4 A N .IOL ft of Lot SE1 or NWi A W'1 of NW'.i

at SE cor. if Sec' 13 A run W nn B of Hlk 20 in Slarkn....._ ____. Ir N W rrnncll .... _.__ 95.23 SW -- 3 8 22 202 N J-" nulhon . .___ 0.3"
: line 25 chainii. N 2A.ilraree. W Blk .11 In Starke a. extended on En.,'. WI... of NW', A NW',, of SW'/l' I .

ch*. 11 Ika. to Ky rlnht-of-way. Map uu -- ____ ---- _.. S Denmark .. .. .... 40.70 Ely of UK':' of SW/, .___ _- I 8 22 140 M.lro Mfg Co ___ 1668 .
nee easterly on ald riuht of way Lot! 7 of lilt II. in Llvinttnton Truby Afo 81.3 of the K: :.4 of UK':' of N}:' & --e.

I chH to ranire line thence S unsaid N W Horn .. ..... 11.54 Add to Starke In W Kj of NE'' 28 22 JIM Ln _. __. ..__ _. IA.1M Nr.'i;' of Nt'i' A NW' of NK' ,
20
of .SB", io1 a... 13 3 ---- - W' of HWl of NK1': A NWi'
to. to hey,, in S'. Lot A of Hlk 11 In Livingston TrubyA A ,
David P Coffia ...
.r SW\\ .... 2 a. In !lW Cor.___ 15 G 20 38 - -. .35 Co Adi to Starke u'_ _____on 28 A 23 Owen Gardener .. .. .... 10.34 A NW' of SW' A Wi-j of SW' 1
r NE', It NEI' or NW'. It 54J8WI loU 0. 5. 7. 8, 9. In of blk 81 in Liv ,,r sw n. -. -...._ 0 II 22 320 Unknown __ __ ____ ___. en.73
nr NW' WIy or SE'sNWt4 Inmton. Truly A Co. A".Io Stark 28 A 23 J J Thomas __ __ u_._. 400 Fly of NN '/, A N 10 a. of K.'<, of .31"
NEt or SW's 'except Lota 3: 4. or Wij I of Blk 8. In Liv HW''' K: 14 a. of SKV, of SW', ? .
acroe In SW Con It; SE',- 01W' inunMn. Truhy A Co Subdivision A S'j' of NW' of XE'/, leas 4.. In ,
In Nfc Cl.... 13 8 20 221 Unknown n__ ..n -.-- 2820 SW (" A HWl, of SK'4 A N u of . I d
or
acres NEl ,
( .xe..ptI of Nf.r: 28 6 22 n.... Cox _-.. -__ __._ 4.VI
f NEl-i of SE', of NWl I4 _.___... 13 8 20 6 Chris C. llurkhart u -- -- 2.13 Lola I & 2. or F.'j' of Illk 2H In LivInitntun. SK'' of SK": A S'iJ of NK'/i' of J"

In NW Car of NE'., of NWl\, be- Truby. "Co. HulidivlBion' !It;' I leas 5 a. In NK Cor _d. 11 I 22 195 Brooklyn Land Co .. ____ I I
.,. 4J" rt. t0. _--._. ; 17 6 20 4 R M Hcney _________._. 1.33 of Nt of NE'-----------, 2H A 22 Clifford Johnson .. .. .. 4.DO All of SW> uf NK'i:' N of II V -28 a. Ail 11.80
for Lot B 'except 6 acres in Sh lot I of Hlk 32: In Llvinimlon. Truly SK':'. of Nt:' a 5 a. In NK "

rne _.u.___ 1M R 20 34 Samuel' W. flrawn. ___u_ 3.41 A Co. Suhdlvinlon of NK'' of NE''I. 28W A 82A Edna Jankaon, .. .. .. 3.tllI ( or of Hij' of NEt; of St:' __ II 8 : 71 Unknown __ __ _. ...... |.|3 "
.f SW' __uu___.__ 21 6 20 40 Mr*. W A Owen _______. 8.81 of Hlk 34: In Llvlnxiiton Truby N'IIf NWi of Nr.i; A W'6, I ]

of SEt4 _ ._n__.__ U 6 20 40 Mr Charlotte Coffin .... 811or A ('n. SuMivininn: ..r NK'' of NK''II 28Blk 22 R :M Klhirwin: __ __ ____ 111.35 NW' ,r Sh':' _ 14 8 22 200rt J Clayton .. ._ _____. 41).49 I
SE'I' ___..n___.__ 25 6 20 40 Unknown __ .. .. ...... II 42 M. In LivinuMon. Truby HWl", A NWV, of SE'l 8 V; ('. ) ._ __ _. if'Mu' .
of SWI, ____________ 21\ 6 20 40 John P Coffin .. ______ 708 A Co Subdivision of NK'' nf NE>, 2H A 22 H M Ellenora .. Ill KI.: of SW of NK'/: A SFof tr v 1 8 ; AO Unknown..Nt__ __ ______ '.0" '
_ 27 6 20 40 Unknown ___'n ____ ___- 442 n"- '"- W', of SF' of Nf:' 8 V 20 .
of NF.% .- -- Lots 3 & 4 of Ulk 4U, In l.lvlniiHton. / -- 2 ; Mora-an __ __ .__ 334 ,1 h
Tof SEI. 4 E',. of SWl-i_._______ -29 6 20 18D. Viriiil Edward .. .. .. .. 88.78 Truby A Co Subdivlmun of NK'' SW',| of NE', A Iota I. 2. 1. 4 .-_ H 2 213 Melrose. M.teh.1 C__'_ .___ 23.1 I'

124, 28 of Blk 8 McKinney' Add of NE'i' __ __ _ . ---00__ 28 A 22 Billy Brown _. __ __ 2.1' NW' of NW, _.. 21HW 8 40 It |i Clayton ____ __ 11,44 I
'
ir New Lake Butler -_ _____"____ 30 6 20 Luke Butler Ice A Eta Co 1878 Lot 3 of Blk 41, In Llvinmlon. Truby of Nt:' ni III A In NK Corner '1

|27. 28 of Blk 8 In McKinney i Add. A ('0. Subdlvlalon of N1': of NK'., 28 A 22 James K Frs..kiln . .. 1.14 A K'-j of NW A NP;' of ,
Ir New Lak Butler ._____..-___ 80 6 20 D E KnlKht .. .......... 1.62 Lot 2 .f Blk 42: In LivinKolon, Truby SW', I HE' of HW' lea 10..

is. 4 of Hlk 4 In McKinney: Add A C.. Htihdlviainn" of NK', of Nh': 28 6 22 Julia oilwlni __ _ ... 8(8 In IF eo.nr -. 21 I 22 1 Mf llrooklyn Land Co. .. .. 1923
Ir New Lake Butler------------- 80 6 20 Unknown .. .. .. .__... 168'veiny Lot 3 of Mlk 42. in l.ivlniralon." Truby NWI', SK'n: - ... .._ 28I.OM 22 40 Unknown _. .. ...... I. ]
>, Illft N of SE corner A <'o Subdivision of NK' of !?.E14 28 A 22A Julius Hutler _. 2(3 3, A n_ ---. __ 1 I 22 80 Melrose ::1111 Co .. ...... 41 I I.
f Illk II In onitlnal, Town of Lak W of Illk 41, In Llvinvntun. Trut>yA E' of Ely nf NW' A Wi.j of W Uj of 7.UI
utler and run N 81 ft. W 105 ft. Co. Suhdlvlnlon of NET of l' t211 22 Jew Johnson _- 8.45 'NW' A Nri;I of NWi of NWUA 'p
61 ft. E 106 ft to point of be- LobO I A 4. or SH of Rib 41, In Liv. IFI':l, of SWi' of NW' A SWl, ,
_ ____ .______ 8D 8 20 A. Draper .- ___. ___. 211.MI Inirfttnn" Truby A Co Hubdiviaion of ', of NW' A Wi,. of .::1.
'iTifof 81k 13 In 11. "L" New. of SE'' uf NK' _ u_ M A 22A J J A.mn _ . 4.90Llvlnntran of BW of NW I Woe of 8.;' ,
rk.m' all!. to Lake, Butler In N';' Lot, 2. 3. 4. of lilt 48, In Llvlnwton of SE' of NW ____..__--.n" 8 v 120 J ll Illtbran"t 1A08 II .
.. __ gjMt ( 8 20 :II.. V 0 Scarborough _... 9M
r l.nt M Truby A Co. Subdmmon. of J5. M. ( Tux lirailfodnl
N .>f Ry In T E. Dc"kle'Jond o sac- NE'i' of NE'' . __ ...211 :82 Truby A Co 2.30 IOWINO. C"II'dor. County Kin.
add. to Lake Butler ----__--- 31 8 20 Harrr William .. ._m_ 4tlA E'j' of Blk 47 in Llvlnmtnn, Truhy A
[ In SW Cor of NI-.. of lAt 4______.- 31 S 20 4 :Mm C A Knight (hcln) .. 4.38 (;? Subill.lilon of NK' nf NK'i; 24 8 83 Unknown ._ ._ A.81

1 y. 10 !It In Town.endi add to Lake LoU I. 2. 3. 4. of Hlk S In Temple' Add Ntlrl/E: OF SIIFKIPP'H HAIR ', I|?m 1 """It Inn U, th Town nt f..t Pr'J
_____ 81 II 20 J C Tarvln .. __ ______ A312D ) .___..... ,.. < Ih.t
Butler Stark irlvcn that .
n 04 to -- Alva R: Kidney ._ .. '"_ 19MM. .' Nntlrr in h. rt hy tamer and l r. lymic and ht>.nir In H..rtion :II ''. 58. .
NW' SW''' '/ NWI.S1 II 20 Unknown - H HII 9. Temple Add.tlon. to 8Uirke_. nI 12 feunleK Csn11en.60.3$ virtuof o''rn.n) Writ nf : .ution ...... I HM the came BpiM-itni m Ik.l I Bonk 21..I .
L"E n' NW' N ., A C L Ri 17 8 21 5 :Mr*. Florence Cobb ______ 811 Ixt I. 2. 3. of Ilk 27 In Tempi'* Add Tt . w out nf ar..1 I an.lr the Seal| of he (.irr, n..ft. ill of the puhllr nwrM nt Mnulfunl.

it NW C,_., ...fE'; of SEl, to Stark -- --.. ---. _.-._._. J O William __._n_.__ 35 (',irt "f MuchNH. County FttirUlH. hen" ,,lent y. Morhln HMO| Tote I I. 2. :,. I. B. /t. 7
ot un 9 S04 fl u. .n lit .r beg. thence [Lo', I. 5. U, It of Ulk B. In Rtainii.l.l '* Ante of .I!"".<. :'I. 1'JIM. in that certain e,,. 111I l M. bt'lntr all of h/.fk/ 'II. iierfinllnir to .M!
IF H( ft S 90 ft W 75 ft. N 8 ftiV 7..0 \. to Slurie.: .- . .... .. ---- Hn T rri''ia levlton __ 4.IK w ,h..M in I h.m'< A LH'Hlnm HHOk, n rnri, ... hvlnion|| nf lhi' J Vr >' I'it t ton uf th. '
W !
S Till
f ft N 12 ft to bet _u___ I* 8 21 Loin N. 9. 10 of Blk 1 In Wynne Add tir.n un'" i- ,, lawn of the Hlt4 of h1. n.1 I .wn of \Vorthiri/t.n S,.nnmi, f.ltrv.. ,

,.'ie\ i.fF; corn- .if land sold toE Stark ...__. h__ _on .... .._u_ 9 M Spencer .. ......__ 25 ,tihilntirr .1.1 I Mm. 1 H. KH: ".P ,IH ',. N ".-tjmt ",l hnl'! In Mf, inn >+. fp rt, H' ft l U Iyn..
KIt ..n",11 north 108 ft. One lot In Stark. 110 ft N A S x 210 ft unil M r' rt in f ins Ju.I"m..nt .. r< r d.l ... .>IT.-r the -Mfi. for .1..n.I8Y..
h... in_ W *' l I' 'I. theme S alon K; A W. rounded Fby Walnut St 'd I .., for 1 IL) day I of June, .Ills' in 0..1.'." "I'U' ..Hflh ilitv of .tarn-.t. A. D..19)I !t. l-.sag. th.-

tall in, I t 11 ih. nee East 10H) A L Crw __ __ .. 8.61 N by J R IMvlH, w by land of BI. iy and stjiii . tranterlit of which jt..lfin,' let Mon..y' in tnl month and "n n.vuluretttl
:. ..In trvunlnv, __. ___ 111 3 21 ----- I. Bum. a by Elk C of Jonas Add hit. U* *n 'I dy: rrn>rK'| |In th* ,I'nulio. n-r"r.d. ,. tiny hirtM,f i between the I I..unl' hours of
1-1 ,f'N\V n if NE'i'' H: I.J a. also' t,, 8Urke nII. t 22 Dr N W FniMb_ __ SI'YA It'ndforl: '..nly. t'lurdo. N the inni' ., mlo. In front' of the Court Ilou.<. ,1nt In i
Ec..m al NE: ..I I '\;B'l' of NWl ..> .m lit a ["'int 2011 rt weat of NW fully "|>|...... I '|" ..n. Hti.nT Htiirlif Klon-la end| all the iiinii. i
if* ut W >d. S I Ito 2-.1 yibi. E ioU cnrnvr of Uaduon A Broadway 81*. Hrwfor l O C Saw ._ ..
1"2 yda. N 1 r >.1.| tu hetr. 4 a 20 21 IT --------- and run weal. 14* feet to Oranir* th, fol..nl il.- erih*.| real v tHt. In Ir..I.r..1 pay for title: ..Io! property birifiit ''
., !NW' '.P I Mi-la I also Stile( North lit) ft : Fat Inn r. ,.wit : lots. I an |rom it cEd v f NEl' of NWV :North lea' ft. East 9') ft. South 'M.m'Ilot.n to the Town of I.Hi". w .r ui Fn$tovShf .
|* nin N M' ,..1. W I I 12 )IdA. SIrd .720 t II i'I ft o hevJnnmtf in Stark2ft 6 21 J W EU-ly 2181 .trlt r>f t lan4 r> ft...t wild* r>tlr nT Rrulr.nl| l K tv ,.
[ 1I4 2." y...., E .'h < to beg. 4 a._ 20 8 21 41).1 J7 A T t Sapp J Uamwnilht-- -- -----..----- 11 I, l I. I lot i.f land 24V yil>. north and south :? ,wn-.hr" n "+ nd of I..(a ', and *. "in I I'. K: I'., t. \ n.. n. v I '"'I I.r 1"1:-4-51.
of NWl . -_ n___.... 29 3 21



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:Mr. J. M. Starling was a visitor to Jieart. Today he stands solidly for' ,
, Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. the President for tho Government and i
J. A. Allen came over from for nil its policies in the war. '
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.. his home near Lawtey.Mrs. :Miss Florrie Terry, one of the pop-
I B. L. Blanchard and children ular ;young ladies of Lawtey, has received -
County News Items visited relatives Melrose: and Putnam the call of the country for nur- ,
Hall from Friday to Sunday. ses. She leaves this week for the

1 :Miss :Myrtle Sapp went to Jacksonville Lake City Hospital, where she will I
last week and secured employ take a course of training as a nurse. j Hog Cholera ControlledThere
lntaresttnFacts Gathered During the Week by Our ment with the Belle Telephone Co. Her many friends will miss her from

Regular Correspondents. A son was born to Mr. and :Mrs. this community but all join in wish-

Julius Eunic last Thursday.A ing her God-speed in her new calling.We .
... daughter was born last week to is no necessity for farmers
-- are glad to be able to report to |let(
I i I Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo .
)! HKADFORD ITEMS: :Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Brown visited B. D. Browning Starling.Mr. was a visitorto seriously that Grandma ill, is now Cline progressing, who has quite been their hogs die with cholera, nor is it worth whileto |

relatives at Bland Sunday.J. Jacksonville : Mrs
Monday. Browning abscesses. There
them are
toward
IJ favorably give many
I Bradley, July :'J.-:Mrs. Mil Scarborough McLeod: made a business tripto is in the hospital for treatment.Mr. recovery. causes
' of Waldo, visited her cousin, Lake Butler Saturday.G. A. :M. Blanchard was a visitor :Mrs. R. R. Thede's mother, :Mrs. for abscesses; dirty syringes, impure serum and
Tuesday W. Harrison made a business to Jacksonville Win. Reddish was a very welcome visitor -
Mr. C. :M. Andreu Monday and Wednesday.Mr.
l trip to Gainesville one day last week.If. : L. L. Sapp came over from to the Thede home several days I virus and a bungling operator.

'' ;;:;" S. Miller made a business; trip to Jacksonville and spent Monday at his last week i
visited Brooker
, Andreu on
Ilarley
f,/t :Monday Dukes Saturday.Mr. home here. Mr Albert Mosley, now working at The Interstate Vaccine Co., of Kansas City,
i : and Mrs. D. L. Clyatt visited :Miss Grace Skipper and brother, the Seaboard Air Line shops in Jack- but
bleed their Hyper hogs time
:Mr. Si-eher Edwards and charming relatives at Live Oak last Sunday.Mr. Courtland, left last week for their sonville, was a visitor at his home in Mo., one and

ri, + sister, :Miss Ruby, lire attending the : and Mrs. E. H. Douglass attended home in Live Oak, after spending several Lawtey last Sunday and attended are second to none in purity and potency of se.
.II" normal school taught by Prof. A. B. I church at Sardis Sunday. days here with their uncle and church while here. His friends were
Shiiw at Brooker. and virus.
aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney. II pleased to see him once again. rum
i.tf. :Mr. George Parrish, of Cedar Bluff, LONG: BRIDGE: :NEWS Joe Peel, who is stationed at Camp Mr. and :Mrs. Thede visited their |

d Ala., is visiting his mother, :Mrs. Jackson, Columbia S. C., is spending friends! :III'. and :Mrs. Hawkins, in Call on T. N. Kendrick of Starke, Florida, to
!Minnie Parrish this week. Long Bridge, July 3. :Misses Loca 'his (
-
seven-day furlough with relativesin Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr. for life at 42
cents
:Mla Clark visited W. :M. Ilarrell on Carson and :Mamie Denmark) of Rai and near Lawtey.Mr. immune your hogs per hun.

Is Thursday. ford, are visiting their uncle and : :M. L. Loaholtz, of Jacksonville, Sarasota: Edward to Fernandina Stokes, en route from off j dred pound hog, and no abscesses. For bookleton
,' We had a general rain Thursday. It aunt, :Mr. and :Mrs. S. C. Crews, this was in Lawtey on business last Fri stopped
III mined all the afternoon. week. I day. at I.awtey Saturday last to visit his | hog cholera write W. H. Embry, Stock Yards,
-- parents. :Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Stokes
{ Klma Edwards visited Gennie Jlar- Mr. Joe Howling, Jr., tort last week Henry Bennett was transacting bus- Cincinnatti! Ohio.
Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of Ocala, has ,
ti roll Thursday. for Jacksonville, where he has secured iness in Jacksonville Monday.
a T. B. Kdwnrdft. and family attended a position with the Cummer Box Miss Louise Blanchard is spendinga been spending a few days with her Call Residence Phone No. 37.
i mother, :Mrs. :M. E. Edwards.
the fac
Union Sunday services at Sardis. tory. few days with relatives in Jackson-
Mrs. W. M. Harrell is very sick :Mr. John Yarborough, of Raiford, Tho people of Saxton are hereby

lit this writing. We wish her an putty visited his sister, :Mrs. :M. H. :Moody, ville.Mr.. E. :Mrvh:' < is in the employ( notified! that Rev. Alfred Evenden willpreal'h
recovery.J. .. last week, .before. leaving for Camp of the Armour Refrigerating Car Co., at Saxton in future on the

V. Edward and children attended 'ackson S. r., to do service for Uncle visited his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. G. second Sunday of each month insteadof [
I the Union at Sardis! Sunday.Mr. Sam. We all wish him all success androod L. Futch Monday.Mr. the fourth, as heretofore. Sunday
! ; Otis nnd luck safe week will be the next date for service
Harry family attended and return back home II. C. Peace came over from J.KENDRICKSAN
and I
the; Union at Sardis Sunday. I to the homefolka after serving Uncle Jacksonville and spent from Saturday the church ought to be full..
Miss :Maud! Hunter, of Lake Butler, Sam. to Monday with his family.Mr. :Mrs. Albert Martin was a guest at
I Is visiting friend and relatives here :Mrs. J. I.. Lavender and little son,, L. A. Sapp went to Jacksonville :the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. :Moore

this week.Miss James, and Misses Ida and Lena :Mer- Saturday to work in the shipyards.Mr. Monday and Tuesday List.
: Ellen Lynn and Malcolm far- rit, of Jacksonville are visiting; their and! Mrs. A. A. Smith spent The ladies of the Red Cross met at- -
rell ore visiting relatives at High parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I"'. Merritt Sunday with relatives at Kingsley the: Club House Tuesday afternoon. _
i ", Snrinirn this week this u'fiitlr. lake. They are working hard and need as
W. 1Harrell visited :Mrs. R. F. Merritt received sistance. Any lady willin to do work . r* Worthingtonon a letter I I Miss Ruth Gill, of Anthony, visited _
Thurll.la '. from her at home making garments for the Red
) son, Private n.o'. Mer- relatives in Lawtey last week.
J.V.. liarry made! a business trip ritt, who has been serving Uncle Samin I W. L. Tomlinson came over from Cross please report to Mrs. J. D. Ran-
to Worthington France for ten months dull. Don't wait-do it now- -'tis
Thursday.Miss saying he Jacksonville and spent from Saturday I
Blanche Andreu and sister, had received his chevrons for six to Monday with his family here. your country's call to do your hit INDIVIDUAL CAR
n Fay, visite.1Iills: Minnie Pinholsteron months service abroad and was soon I I Robert Blanchard, Ernest Wells and :Mr. J. D. Randall was a visitor in I
Jacksonville .
Tuesday.! entitled to another. He wrote a verycheerful Marion Wilson left last Wednesday on Wednesday.Mr. II
Mrs. T. 11. Edward visited11'8.: letter and said he was faring for Jackson and Mrs. George Thomas, from:
Camp at Columbia
S. C., I To the smallest detail the Chevrolet reflects the
p Jacksonville, were visiting friends in very ,
W. M. Ilarrell Thursday.Mrs. fine. We hope that he will continueto 'to prepare to do their "bit" for Uncle
C. M. Andreu and daughter, get along well and have a safe return Sam. I awtey last week ideals of the makers to produce a really high grade car at
Fay, were guests of Mrs. C. If. .':ew. to America in the near future. Notwitstanding the damage by the Robert Blanchard, who left for
Camp Jackson last week has written popular
a price.
som Wednesday.! rainy seasons the first part of the sea- I
Mrs. W. M. Ilarrell is the WOODLAWN that ho is well and happy und bein,;
on sick PARK: son the have looked
crops
never
more I
)list again.C. promising than they do at this writ- treated all right. That the Chevrolet is more commonly compared with

Springs. !M. Thursday.Andreu! visited Worthington Green Woodlawn and Park, July 3.-:Mr. A. I ing.. The acreage of course is large, :Mrs.Mrs:M. E.Edwards Edwards Entertains gave a tine I cars selling at much higher prices is justification: for the
son, Dewey, were visitors and everyone who has of
a plot ground
Mr. N. G. Hayes visited Worthington to Jacksonville Friday and Saturday. is taking advantage of the recent house party last week in honor of her conscientious effort of its manufacturer,
Wednesday. Rev and Mrs. D. C. Phillips were showers and daughter, Miss Mabel. The guests arrived
are putting out sweet
:Mrs :Mattie Harry made a business business visitors to Starke Monday. potatoe vines. on :Monday, and were met at The new model Chevrolet "Four Ninety" TouringCar

,rJ trip to Worthington Thursday.Mr :Mr. and Mrs Dave Clemons, of Next Sunday being the first the station by Miss Mabel and escorted
Sunday and Roadster attain standard of excellence
to the delightful Edwards home a uncom
: ,
Malcolm Ifarrel is Jacksonville
visiting relatives are visiting relatives I in the month, Rev. Alfred Evenden
at l Port White this week. here this week announces his usual monthly'specialservice where they were received I by theirgenial mon of cars at these prices. This is a claim we would be

Mr. Elias Clemson passed through Mr. George Anderson, of' High in Grace M. E. church. The hostess. ,
here Wednesday en route to Worth Springs, is visiting here this week. (I I theme of the pastor's morning sermon After being assigned to their rooms delighted to prove---we could ask no greater favor than to

ington. Mrs. Valencia and child, of Raiford, will be "The Unpardonable Sin." and settling their baggage they assembled do so.
Little Elsie Harry has been the returned home in the spacious parlors,
on Thursday after spending |[ Evening sermon "The Risen Christ."
; nick list this week. We wish her an several days here as the guest of i Members and friends and the general where Mrs.they Edwards were who formally welcomedby Would you have a good looking car? The Chevrolet -
them the
early recovery. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. public are urged to be pave
present.
th-; Miss Blanche Andreu and! brother, Browning. '(,| :Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peace left Law- freedom of the house and the freedom' has it in full measure.V ould you have strength?
Harley, attended the Union :Mr. O. J. of the city, all of which they appropriated
Sunday. at Sardis spent last Phillips, of Jacksonville, ,tey on Monday afternoon to take up to the fullest extent during Vanadium steel is used wherever unusual strength is re
Thursday here the guestof their residence in Jacksonville where
,
I Mrs. Lois Dubosc, of High Springs, relatives Mr. Pence is now employed. They their week's stay. Every day from quired. Would you have comfort? Proper spring suspension -
v is visiting friends and :Mr. W. sunrise to sunset there was something !
relatives A.
here Jones, of Theressa" wasa have been residents here for several
this doing at the Edward home. Tuesday together with comfortable upholstering and
week. roomy
guest; at the home of Rev. D. L. years and will be missed from the
Miss: Cecil Raborn and Miss Maud Phillips Wednesday.Mr. community.Miss the party went to the lake. chaperoned I' ness meet your comfort-wishs to the fullest degree. Would
i Hunter the F toYIt.s.; Ei''arland! :Mrs. Alfred -
utttended Union at Sardis ; Grillis, of Lawtey, was a business Polly Ann Redding is still I
Sunday.A visitor here Monday the sick list, suffering with intermit-on Evenden, and on Saturday a you have power and low upkeep? The wonderful valve-

sad event occurred at the home Mr. Clinton Rowe, of Glen St, tent fever. She is progressing favor- watermelon party w.is enjoyed at the in-head motor with which each Chevrolet is
of W. J. Ward last Wednesday night \Marys, is visiting his parents, :Mr. and ably and it is hoped that shu will be home of Mrs. Emma Hill. Other parties equipped provides
when the death angel visited l them !Mrs. D. N. Rowe, here this week. out again very soon. had been: planned by Mrs. J. I). power far in excess of ordinary requirement or emergency -
and took from their home their loving Mr. D. B. Browning visited! his Miss Eunice Dinkins hus Randall and Mrs, Ilvenden: but the
just re- and the
mother. She hnd been ill for some wife nt St. Luke's hospital in Jacksonville turned from Tampa where she has clemency of the weather prevented.in-// ; direct-application-of-power principle insures

time. :Mrs. Thomas was n member of Monday. :Mrs. Browning hasmany been attending school. She will spend Part of the party went to the maximum power on minimum fuel. Twenty miles per gal-
the :Mirnnopy Baptist church and had! I friends here who will be the Saturday afternoon chaperoned by
pleased with her
summer
at their
''>'I been parents :Mi.-: :Martin. Thoi-s( nusi.'t on is a common thing for this Chevrolet. And the
a member for twenty years. She I Ij to know she is rapidly improving. home in Lawtey, and her friendsare a lonely 'I car is
witt (109!! years of age. .She was a loving Mr. Bradley Green, of Jacksonville, glad! to see her home many once minute the whole week, there being fully equipped.
'. more. I'I'n
) mother and a good worker in the I visited his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. A. The officers of the Woman's Civic constant flow of visitors to the

\. rhurch. three She leaves to mourn her departure Green(: Mr, S.here Saturday and Sunday. ,I Club, of .Lnwtey, gave_ .what, I is known mUl.h house.. ,in the..vil..n.. masculine........_ Render beir.g: I Suppose you let us demonstrate that we have not
sons and daughter..urn. H. Thompson who ----- on - -
one is -
:_ ,_ employed ns a wycie iea on riuay night. me I
1, ,v. J. ward, 01 urooKcr, Char, at the shipyards in Jacksonville announced to those invited The jolly purty disbanded nnd left ouerstated Chevrolet quality.
lie Ward, of LaCrosse, and Mr. John visited! his family here Sunday. tom Gto 7 p. m., and quite a numberof was for their homes <-'" Monday afternoon, I
1 Ward of Thurston Fla., and Mrs. the showering loving au revoira and many
leading ladies
of
Minnie Purrish, of Brooker. The entire PINE: LEVEL the invitation. It was Lawtey a Senior accepted expressions of gratitude on ti.eir FRANK E. LAUTZ[ Chevrolet Dealer
beaming hostess
community extend! their heartfelt society event and a sum of und happy honoree ,
money was
sympathy to the bereaved family. Herl'l'malns Pine Level, July 3.-:Mr. Levy Nor raised toward the payment of insur- The names of the guests are as follows
',7 jr were laid! to rest at New Ilopocemetery man Melvin : Lake
and McKinney were gossiping ance on their beautiful building. City Fla.
w Miss Dorothy Edwards, Sumner ,
Rev. B. C. Scarboroughconducting in this section Sunday after The guests expressed themselves ,
the Fla.; :Miss Jennette Simmons, Jacksonville
services.C.
as having been entertained
:M. Andreu and daughter Fay, noon.Miss\ Ola Bryant, of Crosby Lake, ly and spoke in praise of their delightful officers ; Misses Vivirette Floyd and O. B. CLARK,
were visitors to Worthington Mon- visited Miss Renn McNeal for so Audrey Johns, Starke; :Misses Lillian
Sunday af- successfully what
managing
Glass, Tessie Glass SALESMAN
day.C. Sernoon. proved! to be a most happy event. Inez Brooks, Lil BRADFORD COUNTY.
:M. Andrea and daughter, Fay, \Mr. Carl McKinney and! Robert Mrs. J. D. Randall has received a ian Jones, Katherine Tucker, Katharine

were visitors to Worthington. Monday. Brown, of Sampson, were in this sec letter from Mrs. A. M. Van Dyke, Gainesville.Davis and Anna Hutchinson, ofj I ....
--- Jon Sunday.Mr. formerly of East Lawtey, now at I -

MILLER : B. Goodman has been visiting Milam. mi., in which she states that
his sister, Mrs. A. W. Luke. her husband the Major, is sick, and!
:Miller, July : .-This community Misses McN'eal, OIu and Ernie Bry. very low and not expected to recover. E
t was visited by a heavy downpour of ant attended prayer meeting at Ris- They have the sympathy of their
rain on last Friday, evening. Ing Sunday night. friends at
Lawtey, who hope for r
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peoples attended The young; folks will gather at Mr. brighter news at an early date.

church at Sordid Sunday. P. B. Bryant's, of Crosby Lake, Fri. Lawtey was not asleep on the glorious YOU MAKE 1
t' Tommie Hewitt, of Lake Butler, day night. Fourth. We understand that a MONEYBut
{ passed, through here Sunday after :Mr. G. E. Cone visited Miss Ethel big Community Patriotic Social was
noon. Strickland one night last week. given last evening at their up-to-date
Grannie: Clark, of EllUville. Columbia 11188Vinnle Woman's
Crosby, of Jacksonville Club House That it was
county, passed through here on visited Mrs. Eliza Cone Manlay. a patriotic and pleasing success goes Do YouSAVE
Sunday en route to Worthington. 'without saying, because it was managed
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Brown made a Mr.: and Mrs. E. L. McNeal of Lake by the Lawtey women who do

business trip to Luke Butler Satur Butler, visited Mr. R. L. :McN'eal last things, and their doings will be reported -
da\". Tuesday. in full next week. IT?
Algar Thomas has accepted a posi a- Through the earnest appeal madeat

tion in .Ta'k onville. LAWTEY a public meeting June 2nd to the
Mr. and :Mrs. Leon Chancey, of near citizens of Lawtey by ex-Senator A.

Lake Butler, !passed through here on Lawtey, July 3.-Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Z. Adkins and the splendid work done

Sunday.Mr. Roberta, of Starke, visited relatives by :Mrs. J. D. Randall, chairman of the The
N. E. Roberts, of Lake Butler, In Lnwtey Sunday. Woman's Committee for Bradford time may come when you will wish you had some of the
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was inthia community !Sunday. \Mr. J. H. Bostwick, of Milltown, Ga. county in the War Savings Stamps money you are frittering away today.It .
Mr. and !Mrs. J. E. Thomas visited was a business visitor in Lawtey this movement, nearly one thousand dol-
their daughter Mrs. W. :M. Thomas, week. lors worth of Thrift Stamps were sold It is easy to save, if you but make up mind

T of Raiford, Sunday Dr. G.'o'. Brown was a visitor to in I.awtey on that day. Senator Ad- the start NOW by opening your to do so.
Barney Thomas made a business Jacksonville Sunday, Ilia son Mar- kins was introduced to the audience : an account with us.

trip to Gainesville Saturday.B. cus, who has been at Dr. Rogers' sanitarium by the Rev. Alfred Evenden and he
Z. Matthews, a noted well drill for treatment for several days gave a splendid speech; he unfoldedthe -
I, er, is putting down a deep well for returned home with him. work and the object of the Thrift
M. G. Crawford.Mr. Mrs. :M. R. Gill, of Stamp in
Anthony, was movement a very clear and
I ; F. E. Gay, of Providence, passed the guest last week of her daughter, definite manner and he opened the BANK OF
through here Sunday. :Mrs. Howard C. Pence.Mr. eyes of many who up tn that time had STARKEState
I D. Waters, of Lake Butler, visited : J. F. White came up from Du- not understood their duty to the government .
'i his brother, T. II. Waters Sunday. pont and spent Sunday at his home in this respect. Senator Ad-.
!K ., T. II. Waters made a business trip just west of Lawtey. kips especially won the hearts of his County and
y ''f I to Lake Butler Saturday.Miss Mr. James Goodfellow and little hearers when he made the frank and City Depository

"I Virgie Thomas has accepted daughter, Ruth, were visitors to Jacksonville open statement that he had been a STARKE
the position of primary: teacher in the Sunday. pacifist, was against President Wilson FLA.
Palestine school and will begin teaching I' :Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede visited and the government's policies in gen-

Monday. _ Jacksonville and Pablo Beach Sunday. eral, but now he has a change of



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